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Demographics

South Park demographics

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According to the American Community Survey Data from 2005-9, South Park has a total of 1,309 households (with 4,011 residents). Of those, 60% are families (with 40% consisting of married-couple families), 32% households contain minors, and 17% have one or more people 65 years and over. 80% of our residents have lived in the same house longer than one year.

55.5% of the people are native to this area , while 44.5% are foreign born. Out of almost 2,000 foreign born South Park residents, 61% are not U.S. citizens, and 63.3% were born in Latin America (with 28% being born in Asia). 57 % of our neighbors speak a language other than English at home, with 35% speaking Spanish, and 19% speaking Asian and Pacific Islander languages.

The majority of South Park students are enrolled in Elementary school (grades 1-8). Out of almost 3,000 adults surveyed, 27% are high school graduates, 23% have had some college, and 20% have less than a 9th grade education.

The South Park tract 112 is bordered by 509 on the west, Duwamish on the east and S 96th to the south.


 

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South Park 2010

Group # of Residents % of Population
Total 3,906
Hispanic 1,457 37.3%
White 1,266 32.4%
Black 344 8.8%
Native Am 46 1.2%
Asian 671 17.2%
Other 7 0.2%
Multiple race 115 1.2%
Under 18 968 24.8%

 

South Park 2000

Group # of Residents % of Population
Total 3,717
Hispanic 1,379 37.1%
White 1,263 34.0%
Black 288 7.7%
Native Am 55 1.5%
Asian 570 15.3%
Other 5 0.1%
Multiple race 157 4.2%
Under 18 1,032 27.8%