Congress, Arizona Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

If you are curious about how the population of Congress City is divided, this article will provide the answer to your question. In this article, we will look at the demographics of the area, including the number of residents, age range, and race/ethnicity. You can also check the census records of Congress City to see where the population is concentrated. There is also a wealth of information available online about the area.

While Congress has become more diverse in recent years, older generations still dominate the chambers. In the House, 53% of the voting membership is non-white, and 68 of the 100 senators belong to the "Silent Generation." The number of members of the 115th Congress is 77% non-Hispanic whites. However, the percentage of members born after 1945 has decreased. In the Senate, the percentage of non-Hispanic whites has increased slightly to 6%, with the Millennials making up the most.