ZIP Code Demographics Database

zip code demographics This database provides 2016 ZIP Code Demographics. At its base is data from the latest US Census (2010) and is updated regularly as ongoing population estimates are released. The aim of this database is to make Census data by ZIP Code (such as population, age, family, and household data) easily accessible to the non-programmer and to save valuable hours for the programmer.

See the ‘Database Specs & Features’ section (right) for the ZIP Code Census Data included in this product and how it is categorized (population by ZIP Code data, age data, etc.) Mouse-over any category for more detail.

Included with this ZIP Code Census database is a valuable online tool that allows subscribers to pick-&-choose fields and even combine multiple fields. For instance, if you need a quick statistic of all kids from birth to age 17, the raw Census by ZIP Code data has these separated by male / female and then further separated into age categories: 0-4, 5-9, 10-14, 15-17. Our extractor tool can combine males, females, and each age group in a single summary. Additionally, you can filter results by certain states, ZIP Codes, population density, median income, medium ages, etc.

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Database Specs & Features

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    Download is available immediately upon purchase and for the duration of the annual subscription.

  • Regular Updates

    We update our database as changes and new demographics become available.

  • Free FTP/SFTP (upon request)

    To update your database without human intervention, we can provide an FTP address for you to write a script to access. Just request it after purchase.

  • Data Format - CSV

    Comma-Separated Values (CSV) Text File

  • ZIP Code

    Official U.S. Postal Service five digit ZIP Code

  • ZIP Type (Business, Military, etc.)

    U.S. Postal Service type codes:
    B = Single High-volume Address
    M = APO/FPO Military
    E = P.O. Box Only
    No value indicates standard general delivery

  • State

    Official U.S. Postal Service State Abbreviation

  • Geography

    Latitude / Longitude, Land Area, Water Area

  • Primary City

    Name of ZIP Code's main city

  • ZIP Code Demographics include:
  • Primary County

    The name of the ZIP Code's primary county

  • Population Data

    Population by ZIP Code: Total Males, Total Females, Population density (persons per square mile of land), Latest population estimate, Population estimate factor, Population estimate level, MOE fields (margin of error)

  • Age Data

    Median age (All, Males, Females), Age Breakdowns (available by Male & Female) 0‐4, 5‐9, 10‐14, 15‐19, 20‐24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40‐44, 45‐49, 50‐54, 55‐59, 60‐64, 65‐69, 70‐74, 75‐79, 80‐84, 85‐89, 90+

  • Family Data

    Total Families, Average Family Size, Average Income, Median Income, MOE fields (margin of error)

  • Individual Data

    Per Capita Income and MOE (margin of error)

  • Household Data

    Population by ZIP Code: Total Households Count , Average HH Size (at time last Census). Current estimates: Total Households & MOE, Average Income & MOE, Median Income & MOE, Households receiving Earnings, Retirement Income, Social Security, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), and Cash Assistance. Households receiving Food Stamps (SNAP).

  • Housing Data

    Population by ZIP Code: Total Housing, Occupied Housing, Owner Occupied Housing, Renter Occupied Housing, Vacant Housing (For Sale, For Rent, Seasonal), Mobile Homes, Median Home Value, Median Rent, Avg. Home Value, Avg. Rent, MOE (margins of error), Home Heating (Utility Gas, LP, Electric, Oil, Coal, Wood, Solar, Other). Newly added: Housing Age.

  • Additional demographics

    Percentage of those below the poverty line, living in group quarters, current school / college / university enrollment, along with education achievement (Some High School, High School,Some College, Associates, Bachelors, etc. Foreign born statistics.

  • Racial Data

    Hispanic/Latino, Total non‐Hispanic/Latino, White, Black, Asian, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, Other, Total with two or more races