National City, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

Known as the "Mile of Cars" for its car dealerships, the National City area is considered to be one of the first automobile malls in the world. The city is located on the west side of San Diego County, and is part of the San Diego Metropolitan Area. Although Spanish is the primary language spoken in National City, the other important languages include Tagalog and English. Here are some stats about the population and streets of National City.

The median age of National City, CA residents was 34.2 years old in 2019. While the majority of the population is Hispanic, nearly half of the residents are white. The most common racial group living in National City is Hispanic, followed by White, Asian, and other races. Those who are poor are more likely to be African-Americans, and those who are low-income have lower wages than their white counterparts.

National City is located in California's 51st congressional district, where it is represented by Democrat Bob Filner. The 40th Senate District is represented by Democrat Juan Vargas, and the 79th Assembly District is represented by Democrat Mary Salas. National City has a Cook PVI of D +7. Its population is estimated at 58,080. The population is spread throughout the city.

The median home value in National City, CA is $402,000, which is almost 1.6 times larger than the national average. The median income of residents in National City is $23,126, making them lower middle class than the rest of the country. For a family of four, that means $92,504 in 2018. Although the majority of residents are in the middle class, National City contains a mix of rich and poor people.