New London, Connecticut Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

When you look at the New London City data, you'll see that the city is racially segregated. There are neighborhoods dominated by white residents and neighborhoods dominated by blacks. In some neighborhoods, real estate agents practiced steering to keep blacks out of homes. In some neighborhoods, the only housing option was a solitary-family home. For example, properties south of Willets Avenue were considered expensive, while neighborhoods off Ocean Avenue were zoned for less-dense single-family homes.

The city is also home to one of the country's leading liberal arts colleges, a nationally recognized arts museum, a concentration of historic buildings, and the finest deep-water harbor on the east coast. The city has many recreational beaches and is home to one of the state's premier performing arts centers. Moreover, it has some of the most affordable rents per square foot in the entire New England region.

The median age for all residents in New London, CT is 31.6. Foreign-born citizens, on the other hand, are slightly older. In 2018, the median age for all New London residents was 31.6. The most common places of birth for foreign-born residents in the city were Jamaica, India, and Mexico. The most common language spoken in a household in New London is English. But there are a number of people from other countries who speak this as their primary language.

The population of New London City was relatively evenly spread, with 16.9% under the age of 18. Another 17.8% of the population was under the age of 18. The median age was 31. The number of people living in New London City was divided among married couples and non-families. The remaining 41.8% of the population was made up of single individuals. Finally, 10.7% of households were populated by senior citizens.