Freeman, Missouri Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

What are the Population & Steets in Freemon City? In the United States, the city is home to nearly 491 people. This is a slight decline from the previous year, but not as much as in the South. Compared to the population of Kansas City, the city of Freeman has a much younger population than its neighbor. The city's median age is just 48, and there are 80.9 males for every 100 females.

The Freeman methodology measures gentrification in metropolitan areas. It was used in a 2015 report on the 50 largest U.S. cities, including three Bay Area cities. While the Freeman methodology identifies most of the tracts as stable, the UDP defines 5.2% as undergoing or experiencing gentrification. It is important to note that Freeman City does not entail an entirely white population, and that the majority of residents were of African American descent.

The Freeman method does not specifically identify neighborhoods that are at risk of gentrification, but does categorize them according to income and ethnicity. There are six percent of gentrifying neighborhoods in Freeman City, but five percent of neighborhoods aren't. In addition, 88.0% of the neighborhoods aren't eligible for gentrification, and 88.0% of the neighborhoods are stable.