In this article, you'll learn more about Gray City's population and its economic statistics. As of 2016, the median household income in Gray is $80,833 and its poverty rate is 3.26%. The chart below provides key demographic information about Gray. It also shows the number of people who are homeless. The poverty rate is the percentage of the population living below the federal poverty line. While this figure may seem low, it is actually a relatively high number compared to other cities in Iowa.
In the 2010 census, the population was 36,710. One-third of its population was under 18 years old, while a quarter was between the ages of 18 and 24. Twenty-four percent were married couples, and one-third were non-families. Another quarter of the population (28.9%) were individuals. One-fifth was 65 years old or older. The median household size in Gray City was 2.66.
The most racially diverse neighborhoods were those with a population that was at least 25 percent white. While there are tracts in the city with a majority of white residents, those with a minority background have a lower share of black residents. The majority of neighborhoods with black population shares are concentrated in urban areas, which are typically lower-income. Across New York City, there are a wide range of racial compositions. In fact, the largest city in the country with a predominantly white population is Los Angeles. Despite the fact that Los Angeles has the largest overall Asian population, Asian-dominated tracts are surprisingly diverse, with many disadvantaged areas and low-income neighborhoods.