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New Vineyard, ME

Town
Population 2000: 725
Square miles: 35.86



2000 CENSUS DATA
NEW VINEYARD ME US
MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME BY AGE ($ IN PREVIOUS YEAR)
Number Number Number
Median household income 29,688 37,240 41,994
Householder under 25 33,125 22,809 22,679
Householder 25-34 26,250 37,939 41,414
Householder 35-44 35,000 45,462 50,654
Householder 45-54 40,000 49,684 56,300
Householder 55-64 32,031 39,541 47,447
Householder 65-74 21,250 26,046 31,368
Householder 75 and older 17,813 18,956 22,259
PER CAPITA INCOME BY RACE OR ETHNICITY ($)
Number Number Number
Per capita income 15,268 19,533 21,587
White 15,393 19,727 23,918
Black or African American 11,540 14,754 14,437
Native American 0 12,700 12,893
Asian 0 14,592 21,823
Native Hawaiian and Pacific islander 0 16,353 15,054
Some other race 0 11,213 10,813
Two or more races 3,500 12,562 13,405
Hispanic or Latino 17,473 14,842 12,111
Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 Census; ePodunk

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