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Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania

SNAPS data is derived from the 2000 U.S. Census and several 2003 CDC databases. For more information, see the Credits page.

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Population:

  • Total Population: 42,238
  • Males: 21,077
  • Females: 21,161

Ethnicity:

  • White: 41,423
  • Black/African American: 121
  • Hispanic: 260
  • Native American/Eskimo: 41
  • Asian: 105
  • Hawaiian / Pacific Islander: 7
  • Other: 13
  • 2 or more: 268

Top 5 Languages spoken at home:

  1. English only (38,615)
  2. Spanish (300)
  3. French (180)
  4. German (180)
  5. Polish (115)

Top 7 Countries of Origin for Immigrants

Total Reported: 543

  1. Germany (117)
  2. United Kingdom (62)
  3. Canada (43)
  4. Poland (35)
  5. Italy (26)
  6. Czechoslovakia (includes Czech Republic and Slovakia) (21)
  7. Austria (21)

Top 5 Religions by Adherents:

  1. United Methodist Church, The (5,465)
  2. Catholic Church (5,214)
  3. General Association of Regular Baptist Churches (915)
  4. Episcopal Church (590)
  5. Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) (490)

Migrant Health Clinics

    Disabilities:

    • Total Reported: 14,132
    • Sensory: 1,576
    • Physical: 3,945
    • Mental: 2,029
    • Self-care: 1,066
    • Go outside home: 2,204
    • Employment: 3,040

    Grandparents as caregivers

    Grandparents as caregivers: 199

    Heating fuel:

    • Total Reported: 16,529
    • Utility gas: 168
    • Bottled or LP gas: 2,470
    • Electricity: 2,203
    • Fuel oil, kerosene: 9,299
    • Coal or Coke: 441
    • Wood: 1,869
    • Solar Energy: 6
    • Other fuel: 53
    • No fuel used: 20

    Vehicles available:

    • Total Reported: 32,866
    • No vehicle: 2,082
    • 1 or more vehicle: 30,784

    Education Attainment:

    • No School: 87
    • No High School: 1,193
    • Some High School: 3,726
    • High School: 13,494
    • Some College: 4,406
    • Associate's Degree: 1,899
    • College Degree: 2,293
    • Master's Degree: 1,062
    • Professional Degree: 303
    • Doctoral Degree: 118

    Household Phones:

    • Households Reporting: 16,529
    • Owners with phone: 13,024
    • Owners without phone: 120
    • Renters with phone: 3,220
    • Renters without phone: 165

    10 closest counties:

    1. Wyoming County, Pennsylvania
    2. Broome County, New York
    3. Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania
    4. Wayne County, Pennsylvania
    5. Tioga County, New York
    6. Luzerne County, Pennsylvania
    7. Chenango County, New York
    8. Bradford County, Pennsylvania
    9. Sullivan County, Pennsylvania
    10. Cortland County, New York

    Data Detail

    Zip Codes in county:

    18413, 18421, 18430, 18441, 18465, 18470, 18801, 18812, 18813, 18816, 18818, 18820, 18821, 18822, 18823, 18824, 18825, 18826, 18827, 18828, 18830, 18834, 18839, 18842, 18843, 18844, 18847

    Licensed Broadcast Media Outlets:

    • WPEL-FM (96.5 FM) MONTROSE, PA
    • WPEL (1250 AM) MONTROSE, PA
    • Page last updated on Mar 12, 2007
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