Collinsville, Alabama Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The Census Bureau determines the poverty level by a set of money-based thresholds, depending on the size and composition of the family. Those families with incomes below the poverty line are considered impoverished. In Collinsville City, the most common racial and ethnic groups living below the poverty line are White, Black, and Two Or More. For more information on poverty levels in the city, see the Census Bureau's Collinsville, Illinois, poverty map.

This census survey will ask respondents about their household composition, their level of education, and how well the city serves them. All responses are anonymous, and results will be reported in aggregate form. This information will help inform future planning and development efforts in Collinsville. It's important to note that the census data collected for this study are based on the Census Bureau's 2010 American Community Survey. Survey results are not representative of the general population.

For this survey, 1,200 households were randomly selected from a list of all households in Collinsville City. Of these, 412 completed the survey, while 67 were marked as "vacant" or "not found." The response rate for such surveys is usually around 25%. The census sample was derived from a list of households sold by the U.S. Postal Service. Each household had one adult complete the survey. The Census data used approximate geographic boundaries to identify addresses and subsequently, household members were selected for the survey.

Compared to other U.S. cities and neighborhoods, Collinsville City Center has a high vacancy rate of 17.4%. That's higher than the 79.8% national average. New construction often leads to high vacancy rates in neighborhoods. In addition, neighborhoods with high vacancy rates tend to be plagued by a long-term vacancy problem. If you're looking for a new home in Collinsville, be sure to check out the median real estate prices in the city center.