Riverside, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The U.S. Census Bureau publishes statistics on the population of cities. Often, these data are rebased to reflect significant population changes in a city. In Riverside, for example, the population is based on census block data. However, not all census blocks contain the same population numbers. If you are interested in Riverside's population data, you can find it here. There are also several ways to determine a city's population and steets.

The city's per capita income in 2018 was $27,144, putting it in the lower middle class compared to other California cities. That's enough to support a family of four. Riverside is also home to large populations of Seventh-Day Adventists. The city also has a large Mormon population. As a result, it's not surprising to find people living in poverty.

The city's overall population and steets can be found in this table. You can view more information about Riverside City by clicking on the links below. The table below displays a breakdown of the city's population by race. Remember to report more than one race when answering this question. Hispanic/Latino ethnicity can be selected in conjunction with any race. These data are only representative of Riverside City, and they may not be accurate.

The population of Riverside City was primarily composed of families. In this city, there were 292,322 households. Of these, 8,925 were non-institutionalized group quarters. Two thousand and sixty-four people were institutionalized. The median age of a household was 30 years. Its racial makeup reflected its diverse ethnicity. In addition, it was noted that men outnumbered females. Ninety-six males for every hundred females.