Denver, CO, US

place
Denver is in the state of Colorado, United States of America. Denver has a population of 0.21 percent of the United States population. There are 102 neighborhoods, a vast network of streets in Denver.

You'll find demographics, education information about Denver, as well as a list of nearby locations, further down this page.

Demographics of Denver

Total Population of Denver

  • Denver
  • US
Total Population chart statistics
Total678,467678,467321,004,407321,004,407
Denver has a total of 678,467 citizens as per 2017 US Census data. This represents 0.21 percent of the total 321,004,407 citizens of the United States of America.
The data table for total population is as follows:
Total PopulationDenverUS
Total678,467
0.2% of US
321,004,407
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Gender of Denver

  • Denver
  • US
Gender chart statistics
Male49.9%49.9%50.1%50.1%
Female48.8%48.8%51.2%51.2%
Denver has a total of 278,419 (49.9%) male and 279,958 (50.1%) female citizens as per 2017 US Census data. In comparison, the proportions of male and female citizens in the United States of America are 48.8 percent and 51.2 percent, respectively.
The gender data table is as follows:
GenderDenverUS
Male278,419
49.9% of Denver,
0.2% of US
126,850,422
48.8%
Female279,958
50.1% of Denver,
0.2% of US
133,142,237
51.2%
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Income of Denver

  • Denver
  • US
Income per Household chart statistics
< $10k7.6%7.6%6.7%6.7%
$10k - $25k12.7%12.7%14.6%14.6%
$25k - $40k13.1%13.1%14%14%
$40k - $60k16.5%16.5%16.2%16.2%
$60k - $100k21.4%21.4%22.3%22.3%
$100k - $125k8.3%8.3%8.6%8.6%
$125k - $150k5.7%5.7%5.4%5.4%
$150k - $200k6.5%6.5%5.8%5.8%
> $200k8.2%8.2%6.3%6.3%
As per 2017 US Census data Denver dominant household income ranges are: $60 000 to $99 999 (21.4%), $40 000 to $59 999 (16.5%) and $25 000 to $39 999 (13.1%).
The income data table is as follows:
IncomeDenverUS
Total287,262
100% of Denver,
0.2% of US
118,825,921
100%
< $10k21,768
7.6% of Denver,
0.3% of US
7,942,251
6.7%
$10k - $25k36,510
12.7% of Denver,
0.2% of US
17,406,019
14.6%
$25k - $40k37,711
13.1% of Denver,
0.2% of US
16,663,066
14%
$40k - $60k47,438
16.5% of Denver,
0.2% of US
19,261,515
16.2%
$60k - $100k61,389
21.4% of Denver,
0.2% of US
26,454,560
22.3%
$100k - $125k23,845
8.3% of Denver,
0.2% of US
10,273,788
8.6%
$125k - $150k16,445
5.7% of Denver,
0.3% of US
6,428,069
5.4%
$150k - $200k18,673
6.5% of Denver,
0.3% of US
6,931,136
5.8%
> $200k23,483
8.2% of Denver,
0.3% of US
7,465,517
6.3%
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Median Age of Denver

  • Denver
  • US
Median Age chart statistics
Total34.434.437.837.8
Male34.234.236.536.5
Female34.634.639.139.1
According to 2017 US census data, the average male age in Denver is 34.2 and the average female age is 34.6. In comparison United States of America average male age 34.2 and average female age is 34.6.
The data table for median age is as follows:
Median AgeDenverUS
Total34.437.8
Male34.236.5
Female34.639.1
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Age Groups of Denver

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  • US
Age Groups chart statistics
<18 years20.4%20.4%22.9%22.9%
18 - 24 years8.4%8.4%9.7%9.7%
25 - 34 years22.4%22.4%13.7%13.7%
35 - 49 years21.8%21.8%19.2%19.2%
50 - 64 years15.8%15.8%19.6%19.6%
65 - 84 years9.6%9.6%13%13%
>85 years1.6%1.6%1.9%1.9%
According to 2017 US Census statistics, the major age groups in Denver are: 25 - 34 (22.4%), 35 - 49 (21.8%), and < 18 (20.4%).
The age groups data table is as follows:
Age GroupsDenverUS
Total678,467
100% of Denver,
0.2% of US
321,004,407
100%
<18 years138,624
20.4% of Denver,
0.2% of US
73,601,279
22.9%
18 - 24 years56,715
8.4% of Denver,
0.2% of US
31,131,484
9.7%
25 - 34 years151,865
22.4% of Denver,
0.3% of US
44,044,173
13.7%
35 - 49 years147,770
21.8% of Denver,
0.2% of US
61,618,015
19.2%
50 - 64 years107,534
15.8% of Denver,
0.2% of US
62,877,067
19.6%
65 - 84 years65,424
9.6% of Denver,
0.2% of US
41,590,866
13%
>85 years10,535
1.6% of Denver,
0.2% of US
6,141,523
1.9%
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Marital Status of Denver

  • Denver
  • US
Marital Status chart statistics
Married41.2%41.2%50.2%50.2%
Never Married42.2%42.2%33.1%33.1%
Divorced12.4%12.4%10.9%10.9%
Widowed4.2%4.2%5.8%5.8%
According to 2017 US Census statistics, the most common marriage statuses in Denver are: Never married (42.2 percent) and Now married (41.2 percent).
Detailed statistics for marital status is shown in the table below:
Marital StatusDenverUS
Total558,377
100% of Denver,
0.2% of US
259,992,659
100%
Married230,063
41.2% of Denver,
0.2% of US
130,528,964
50.2%
Never Married235,575
42.2% of Denver,
0.3% of US
86,087,136
33.1%
Divorced69,296
12.4% of Denver,
0.2% of US
28,212,237
10.9%
Widowed23,443
4.2% of Denver,
0.2% of US
15,164,322
5.8%
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Education of Denver

  • Denver
  • US
Education Level chart statistics
No Schooling1.6%1.6%1.4%1.4%
Unifinished High-school11.7%11.7%11.2%11.2%
High-school Diploma14%14%23.3%23.3%
GED or alt. creds3.6%3.6%4%4%
Unfinished College17.3%17.3%20.8%20.8%
Associate's degree5.3%5.3%8.3%8.3%
Bachelor's degree28.4%28.4%19.1%19.1%
Master's degree12.3%12.3%8.4%8.4%
Professional School degree4%4%2%2%
Doctorate degree1.9%1.9%1.4%1.4%
As per 2017 US Census data Denver dominant household education levels are: Bachelor's degree (28.4%), Unfinished College (17.3%) and High-school Diploma (14%).
The education data table is as follows:
EducationDenverUS
No Schooling7,712
1.6% of Denver,
0.2% of US
3,121,238
1.4%
Unifinished High-school56,644
11.7% of Denver,
0.2% of US
24,315,876
11.2%
High-school Diploma67,664
14% of Denver,
0.1% of US
50,496,716
23.3%
GED or alt. creds17,284
3.6% of Denver,
0.2% of US
8,596,896
4%
Unfinished College83,391
17.3% of Denver,
0.2% of US
44,935,834
20.8%
Associate's degree25,807
5.3% of Denver,
0.1% of US
17,917,481
8.3%
Bachelor's degree137,052
28.4% of Denver,
0.3% of US
41,377,068
19.1%
Master's degree59,213
12.3% of Denver,
0.3% of US
18,154,808
8.4%
Professional School degree19,312
4% of Denver,
0.4% of US
4,393,328
2%
Doctorate degree9,049
1.9% of Denver,
0.3% of US
2,962,399
1.4%
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Languages Spoken of Denver

  • Denver
  • US
Languages Spoken chart statistics
English only73.3%73.3%78.7%78.7%
Spanish20.1%20.1%13.2%13.2%
Other Indo-European2.4%2.4%3.6%3.6%
Asian and Pacific2.5%2.5%3.5%3.5%
Other Languages1.7%1.7%1%1%
According to 2017 US Census data, the most common languages in Denver are only English (73.3%), Spanish (20.1%) and Asian and Pacific Islands (2.5%).
Following is the data table for languages spoken statistics:
Languages SpokenDenverUS
Total634,781
100% of Denver,
0.2% of US
301,150,892
100%
English only465,183
73.3% of Denver,
0.2% of US
236,929,699
78.7%
Spanish127,806
20.1% of Denver,
0.3% of US
39,769,281
13.2%
Other Indo-European15,283
2.4% of Denver,
0.1% of US
10,907,675
3.6%
Asian and Pacific Islands15,868
2.5% of Denver,
0.2% of US
10,409,087
3.5%
Other Languages10,641
1.7% of Denver,
0.3% of US
3,135,150
1%
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Ethnic Diversity of Denver

  • Denver
  • US
Ethnic Diversity chart statistics
White76.9%76.9%73%73%
African American9.5%9.5%12.7%12.7%
American Indian1%1%0.8%0.8%
Asian3.6%3.6%5.4%5.4%
Hawaiian & Pacific0.1%0.1%0.2%0.2%
Two+ ethnicities3.4%3.4%3.1%3.1%
Other5.5%5.5%4.8%4.8%
As per 2017 US census data Denver dominant ethnic diversity groups are: White (76.9%), African American (9.5%) and Other (5.5%).
Ethnic diversity statistics is shown in the table below:
Ethnic DiversityDenverUS
Total678,467
100% of Denver,
0.2% of US
321,004,407
100%
White521,481
76.9% of Denver,
0.2% of US
234,370,202
73%
African American64,466
9.5% of Denver,
0.2% of US
40,610,815
12.7%
American Indian & Alaska Native6,537
1% of Denver,
0.2% of US
2,632,102
0.8%
Asian24,433
3.6% of Denver,
0.1% of US
17,186,320
5.4%
Native Hawaiian & Other Pacific Islander993
0.1% of Denver,
0.2% of US
570,116
0.2%
Two or more ethnicities23,341
3.4% of Denver,
0.2% of US
10,081,044
3.1%
Other37,216
5.5% of Denver,
0.2% of US
15,553,808
4.8%
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Household Types of Denver

  • Denver
  • US
Household Types chart statistics
Family Households48.6%48.6%65.9%65.9%
Non-family Households51.4%51.4%34.1%34.1%
Denver family households are 48.6% and non-family households 51.4% as per 2017 US census data. In comparison United States of America family households contains 65.9% and non-family households 34.1%.
Household types statistics is shown in the table below:
Household TypesDenverUS
Total287,262
100% of Denver,
0.2% of US
118,825,921
100%
Family households,
Married-couple family
97,897
34.1% of Denver,
0.2% of US
57,459,352
48.4%
Family households,
Other family
41,799
14.6% of Denver,
0.2% of US
20,839,351
17.5%
Family households,
Other family,
Male householder no wife present
13,163
4.6% of Denver,
0.2% of US
5,747,150
4.8%
Family households,
Other family,
Female householder no husband present
28,636
10% of Denver,
0.2% of US
15,092,201
12.7%
Nonfamily households,
Householder living alone
111,279
38.7% of Denver,
0.3% of US
32,863,560
27.7%
Nonfamily households,
Householder not living alone
36,287
12.6% of Denver,
0.5% of US
7,663,658
6.4%
Family Households139,696
48.6% of Denver,
0.2% of US
78,298,703
65.9%
Non-family Households147,566
51.4% of Denver,
0.4% of US
40,527,218
34.1%
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Employment Industries of Denver

  • Denver
  • US
Employment Industries chart statistics
Agriculture0.4%0.4%1.3%1.3%
Construction7.6%7.6%6.4%6.4%
Manufacturing5.3%5.3%10.3%10.3%
Wholesale2.6%2.6%2.7%2.7%
Retail8.8%8.8%11.4%11.4%
Utilities0.6%0.6%0.8%0.8%
Information3.4%3.4%2.1%2.1%
Finance & Insurance5.7%5.7%4.6%4.6%
Real Estate2.9%2.9%1.9%1.9%
Sci & Tech Services12%12%6.9%6.9%
Company Management0.2%0.2%0.1%0.1%
Administrative Services5.3%5.3%4.3%4.3%
Educational Services8.2%8.2%9.3%9.3%
Health Care12.2%12.2%13.8%13.8%
Arts & Entertainment2.5%2.5%2.2%2.2%
Accommodation & Food Services9.1%9.1%7.5%7.5%
Public Administration3.7%3.7%4.7%4.7%
Other Services4.9%4.9%4.9%4.9%
As per 2017 US census data Denver dominant household income ranges are: Health care and social assistance (12.2%), Professional scientific and technical services (12%), Accommodation and food services (9.1%) and Retail trade (8.8%).
The data table for employment industries is as follows:
Employment IndustriesDenverUS
Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting1,329
0.4% of Denver,
0.1% of US
1,958,431
1.3%
Construction28,271
7.6% of Denver,
0.3% of US
9,564,541
6.4%
Manufacturing19,731
5.3% of Denver,
0.1% of US
15,477,389
10.3%
Wholesale9,879
2.6% of Denver,
0.2% of US
4,042,867
2.7%
Retail32,924
8.8% of Denver,
0.2% of US
17,167,000
11.4%
Utilities2,355
0.6% of Denver,
0.2% of US
1,257,353
0.8%
Information12,810
3.4% of Denver,
0.4% of US
3,173,300
2.1%
Finance & Insurance21,434
5.7% of Denver,
0.3% of US
7,001,182
4.6%
Real Estate10,762
2.9% of Denver,
0.4% of US
2,907,138
1.9%
Scientific & Technical Services44,796
12% of Denver,
0.4% of US
10,416,745
6.9%
Company Management690
0.2% of Denver,
0.5% of US
144,719
0.1%
Administrative & Waste Management Services19,955
5.3% of Denver,
0.3% of US
6,439,693
4.3%
Educational Services30,834
8.2% of Denver,
0.2% of US
13,931,235
9.3%
Health Care & Social Assistance45,472
12.2% of Denver,
0.2% of US
20,850,113
13.8%
Arts, Entertainment & Recreation9,390
2.5% of Denver,
0.3% of US
3,283,165
2.2%
Accommodation & Food Services34,126
9.1% of Denver,
0.3% of US
11,303,481
7.5%
Public Administration13,866
3.7% of Denver,
0.2% of US
7,025,870
4.7%
Other Services18,415
4.9% of Denver,
0.2% of US
7,371,226
4.9%
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Means of Transportation of Denver

  • Denver
  • US
Means of Transportation chart statistics
Car, Truck or Van84.4%84.4%89.9%89.9%
Public Transportation7.4%7.4%5.4%5.4%
Walk4.8%4.8%2.9%2.9%
Motorcycle or Bicycle3.5%3.5%1.9%1.9%
As per 2017 US census data Denver dominant types of transportation to work are: Car truck or van (84.4%).
The means of transportation data table is as follows:
Means of TransportationDenverUS
Car, Truck or Van286,512
84.4% of Denver,
0.2% of US
127,053,717
89.9%
Public Transportation24,960
7.4% of Denver,
0.3% of US
7,607,907
5.4%
Walk16,133
4.8% of Denver,
0.4% of US
4,049,337
2.9%
Taxicab, Motorcycle, Bicycle or Other11,946
3.5% of Denver,
0.4% of US
2,693,671
1.9%
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Time of Commute of Denver

  • Denver
  • US
Time of Commute to Work chart statistics
< 10 mins8.7%8.7%12.7%12.7%
10-15 mins12.1%12.1%13.6%13.6%
15-20 mins17.3%17.3%15.3%15.3%
20-25 mins17%17%14.6%14.6%
25-30 mins7.4%7.4%6.4%6.4%
30-35 mins17.2%17.2%13.7%13.7%
35-45 mins7.4%7.4%6.8%6.8%
45-50 mins7.3%7.3%8.1%8.1%
> 60 mins5.7%5.7%8.9%8.9%
As per 2017 US census data Denver dominant travel time to work ranges are: 15-20 minutes, 30-35 minutes and 20-25 minutes.
The data table for time of commute is as follows:
Time of CommuteDenverUS
< 10 mins29,432
8.7% of Denver,
0.2% of US
17,921,724
12.7%
10-15 mins41,074
12.1% of Denver,
0.2% of US
19,241,335
13.6%
15-20 mins58,692
17.3% of Denver,
0.3% of US
21,633,308
15.3%
20-25 mins57,694
17% of Denver,
0.3% of US
20,585,782
14.6%
25-30 mins25,291
7.4% of Denver,
0.3% of US
8,998,679
6.4%
30-35 mins58,424
17.2% of Denver,
0.3% of US
19,345,968
13.7%
35-45 mins25,081
7.4% of Denver,
0.3% of US
9,634,261
6.8%
45-50 mins24,643
7.3% of Denver,
0.2% of US
11,464,394
8.1%
> 60 mins19,220
5.7% of Denver,
0.2% of US
12,579,181
8.9%
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Education of Denver

Schools in Denver

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Colleges in Denver

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Universities in Denver

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Kindergartens in Denver

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Locations in Denver