Melbourne, FL, US

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Melbourne is in the state of Florida, United States of America. Melbourne has a population of 0.02 percent of the United States population. There are a vast network of streets in Melbourne.

You may find demographics, education information about Melbourne, as well as a list of nearby locations, further down this page.

Demographics of Melbourne

Total Population of Melbourne

  • Melbourne
  • US
Total Population chart statistics
Total79,64079,640321,004,407321,004,407
According to 2017 US Census figures, Melbourne has a population of 79,640 people. This is 0.02% of the total 321,004,407 United States of America citizens.
Detailed statistics for total population is shown in the table below:
Total PopulationMelbourneUS
Total79,640
0% of US
321,004,407
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Gender of Melbourne

  • Melbourne
  • US
Gender chart statistics
Male48.3%48.3%51.7%51.7%
Female48.8%48.8%51.2%51.2%
According to 2017 US Census data, Melbourne has 33,151 male residents (48.3 percent) and 35,542 female citizens (51.7 percent). In comparison, the proportions of United States of America citizens are: 48.8% male and 51.2% female.
The gender data table is as follows:
GenderMelbourneUS
Male33,151
48.3% of Melbourne,
0% of US
126,850,422
48.8%
Female35,542
51.7% of Melbourne,
0% of US
133,142,237
51.2%
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Income of Melbourne

  • Melbourne
  • US
Income per Household chart statistics
< $10k7.1%7.1%6.7%6.7%
$10k - $25k22%22%14.6%14.6%
$25k - $40k17%17%14%14%
$40k - $60k19.3%19.3%16.2%16.2%
$60k - $100k20.1%20.1%22.3%22.3%
$100k - $125k6.8%6.8%8.6%8.6%
$125k - $150k2.7%2.7%5.4%5.4%
$150k - $200k3%3%5.8%5.8%
> $200k2.2%2.2%6.3%6.3%
According to 2017 US Census data, the most common income levels in Melbourne are: $10 000 to $24 999 (22 percent), $60 000 to $99 999 (20.1 percent) and $40 000 to $59 999 (19.3 percent).
Following is the data table for income statistics:
IncomeMelbourneUS
Total33,726
100% of Melbourne,
0% of US
118,825,921
100%
< $10k2,390
7.1% of Melbourne,
0% of US
7,942,251
6.7%
$10k - $25k7,410
22% of Melbourne,
0% of US
17,406,019
14.6%
$25k - $40k5,720
17% of Melbourne,
0% of US
16,663,066
14%
$40k - $60k6,497
19.3% of Melbourne,
0% of US
19,261,515
16.2%
$60k - $100k6,764
20.1% of Melbourne,
0% of US
26,454,560
22.3%
$100k - $125k2,285
6.8% of Melbourne,
0% of US
10,273,788
8.6%
$125k - $150k907
2.7% of Melbourne,
0% of US
6,428,069
5.4%
$150k - $200k1,004
3% of Melbourne,
0% of US
6,931,136
5.8%
> $200k749
2.2% of Melbourne,
0% of US
7,465,517
6.3%
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Median Age of Melbourne

  • Melbourne
  • US
Median Age chart statistics
Total45.545.537.837.8
Male42.542.536.536.5
Female48.248.239.139.1
According to 2017 US census data, the average male age in Melbourne is 42.5 and the average female age is 48.2. In comparison United States of America average male age 42.5 and average female age is 48.2.
The median age data table is as follows:
Median AgeMelbourneUS
Total45.537.8
Male42.536.5
Female48.239.1
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Age Groups of Melbourne

  • Melbourne
  • US
Age Groups chart statistics
<18 years16.9%16.9%22.9%22.9%
18 - 24 years9.3%9.3%9.7%9.7%
25 - 34 years13.4%13.4%13.7%13.7%
35 - 49 years15.7%15.7%19.2%19.2%
50 - 64 years22.4%22.4%19.6%19.6%
65 - 84 years18.7%18.7%13%13%
>85 years3.6%3.6%1.9%1.9%
According to 2017 US Census statistics, the major age groups in Melbourne are: 50 - 64 (22.4 percent), 65 - 84 (18.7 percent), and < 18 (16.9 percent).
Detailed statistics for age groups is shown in the table below:
Age GroupsMelbourneUS
Total79,640
100% of Melbourne,
0% of US
321,004,407
100%
<18 years13,422
16.9% of Melbourne,
0% of US
73,601,279
22.9%
18 - 24 years7,394
9.3% of Melbourne,
0% of US
31,131,484
9.7%
25 - 34 years10,654
13.4% of Melbourne,
0% of US
44,044,173
13.7%
35 - 49 years12,529
15.7% of Melbourne,
0% of US
61,618,015
19.2%
50 - 64 years17,866
22.4% of Melbourne,
0% of US
62,877,067
19.6%
65 - 84 years14,921
18.7% of Melbourne,
0% of US
41,590,866
13%
>85 years2,854
3.6% of Melbourne,
0% of US
6,141,523
1.9%
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Marital Status of Melbourne

  • Melbourne
  • US
Marital Status chart statistics
Married42.9%42.9%50.2%50.2%
Never Married31%31%33.1%33.1%
Divorced17.7%17.7%10.9%10.9%
Widowed8.4%8.4%5.8%5.8%
According to the 2017 US Census statistics, the most common marital statuses in Melbourne are: Now married (42.9 percent) and Never married (31 percent).
The marital status data table is as follows:
Marital StatusMelbourneUS
Total68,693
100% of Melbourne,
0% of US
259,992,659
100%
Married29,495
42.9% of Melbourne,
0% of US
130,528,964
50.2%
Never Married21,264
31% of Melbourne,
0% of US
86,087,136
33.1%
Divorced12,144
17.7% of Melbourne,
0% of US
28,212,237
10.9%
Widowed5,790
8.4% of Melbourne,
0% of US
15,164,322
5.8%
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Education of Melbourne

  • Melbourne
  • US
Education Level chart statistics
No Schooling1%1%1.4%1.4%
Unifinished High-school8.4%8.4%11.2%11.2%
High-school Diploma26.2%26.2%23.3%23.3%
GED or alt. creds4.2%4.2%4%4%
Unfinished College22.5%22.5%20.8%20.8%
Associate's degree11.7%11.7%8.3%8.3%
Bachelor's degree15.8%15.8%19.1%19.1%
Master's degree8%8%8.4%8.4%
Professional School degree0.7%0.7%2%2%
Doctorate degree1.4%1.4%1.4%1.4%
According to 2017 US Census data, the most common education levels in Melbourne are High-school Diploma (26.2 percent), Unfinished College (22.5 percent) and Bachelor's degree (15.8 percent).
Detailed statistics for education is shown in the table below:
EducationMelbourneUS
No Schooling600
1% of Melbourne,
0% of US
3,121,238
1.4%
Unifinished High-school4,970
8.4% of Melbourne,
0% of US
24,315,876
11.2%
High-school Diploma15,386
26.2% of Melbourne,
0% of US
50,496,716
23.3%
GED or alt. creds2,463
4.2% of Melbourne,
0% of US
8,596,896
4%
Unfinished College13,248
22.5% of Melbourne,
0% of US
44,935,834
20.8%
Associate's degree6,868
11.7% of Melbourne,
0% of US
17,917,481
8.3%
Bachelor's degree9,318
15.8% of Melbourne,
0% of US
41,377,068
19.1%
Master's degree4,681
8% of Melbourne,
0% of US
18,154,808
8.4%
Professional School degree440
0.7% of Melbourne,
0% of US
4,393,328
2%
Doctorate degree850
1.4% of Melbourne,
0% of US
2,962,399
1.4%
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Languages Spoken of Melbourne

  • Melbourne
  • US
Languages Spoken chart statistics
English only87.4%87.4%78.7%78.7%
Spanish6.8%6.8%13.2%13.2%
Other Indo-European2.7%2.7%3.6%3.6%
Asian and Pacific2.3%2.3%3.5%3.5%
Other Languages0.9%0.9%1%1%
According to 2017 US Census statistics, the most commonly spoken languages in Melbourne are only English (87.4 percent), Spanish (6.8 percent) and Other Indo-European (2.7 percent).
Detailed statistics for languages spoken is shown in the table below:
Languages SpokenMelbourneUS
Total75,387
100% of Melbourne,
0% of US
301,150,892
100%
English only65,899
87.4% of Melbourne,
0% of US
236,929,699
78.7%
Spanish5,110
6.8% of Melbourne,
0% of US
39,769,281
13.2%
Other Indo-European2,000
2.7% of Melbourne,
0% of US
10,907,675
3.6%
Asian and Pacific Islands1,734
2.3% of Melbourne,
0% of US
10,409,087
3.5%
Other Languages644
0.9% of Melbourne,
0% of US
3,135,150
1%
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Ethnic Diversity of Melbourne

  • Melbourne
  • US
Ethnic Diversity chart statistics
White80.5%80.5%73%73%
African American10.2%10.2%12.7%12.7%
American Indian0.3%0.3%0.8%0.8%
Asian3.4%3.4%5.4%5.4%
Hawaiian & PacificNo DataNo Data0.2%0.2%
Two+ ethnicities3.8%3.8%3.1%3.1%
Other1.7%1.7%4.8%4.8%
As per 2017 US census data Melbourne dominant ethnic diversity groups are: White (80.5%), African American (10.2%) and Two or more ethnicities (3.8%).
The data table for ethnic diversity is as follows:
Ethnic DiversityMelbourneUS
Total79,640
100% of Melbourne,
0% of US
321,004,407
100%
White64,101
80.5% of Melbourne,
0% of US
234,370,202
73%
African American8,158
10.2% of Melbourne,
0% of US
40,610,815
12.7%
American Indian & Alaska Native277
0.3% of Melbourne,
0% of US
2,632,102
0.8%
Asian2,674
3.4% of Melbourne,
0% of US
17,186,320
5.4%
Native Hawaiian & Other Pacific Islander0
0% of Melbourne,
0% of US
570,116
0.2%
Two or more ethnicities3,042
3.8% of Melbourne,
0% of US
10,081,044
3.1%
Other1,388
1.7% of Melbourne,
0% of US
15,553,808
4.8%
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Household Types of Melbourne

  • Melbourne
  • US
Household Types chart statistics
Family Households54%54%65.9%65.9%
Non-family Households46%46%34.1%34.1%
Melbourne family households are 54% and non-family households 46% as per 2017 US census data. In comparison United States of America family households contains 65.9% and non-family households 34.1%.
Detailed statistics for household types is shown in the table below:
Household TypesMelbourneUS
Total33,726
100% of Melbourne,
0% of US
118,825,921
100%
Family households,
Married-couple family
12,833
38.1% of Melbourne,
0% of US
57,459,352
48.4%
Family households,
Other family
5,389
16% of Melbourne,
0% of US
20,839,351
17.5%
Family households,
Other family,
Male householder no wife present
1,285
3.8% of Melbourne,
0% of US
5,747,150
4.8%
Family households,
Other family,
Female householder no husband present
4,104
12.2% of Melbourne,
0% of US
15,092,201
12.7%
Nonfamily households,
Householder living alone
12,923
38.3% of Melbourne,
0% of US
32,863,560
27.7%
Nonfamily households,
Householder not living alone
2,581
7.7% of Melbourne,
0% of US
7,663,658
6.4%
Family Households18,222
54% of Melbourne,
0% of US
78,298,703
65.9%
Non-family Households15,504
46% of Melbourne,
0% of US
40,527,218
34.1%
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Employment Industries of Melbourne

  • Melbourne
  • US
Employment Industries chart statistics
Agriculture0.2%0.2%1.3%1.3%
Construction6.4%6.4%6.4%6.4%
Manufacturing10.7%10.7%10.3%10.3%
Wholesale1.8%1.8%2.7%2.7%
Retail13.6%13.6%11.4%11.4%
Utilities0.5%0.5%0.8%0.8%
Information1.5%1.5%2.1%2.1%
Finance & Insurance3.1%3.1%4.6%4.6%
Real Estate1.9%1.9%1.9%1.9%
Sci & Tech Services7%7%6.9%6.9%
Company Management0%0%0.1%0.1%
Administrative Services5.9%5.9%4.3%4.3%
Educational Services9.6%9.6%9.3%9.3%
Health Care13.5%13.5%13.8%13.8%
Arts & Entertainment2.3%2.3%2.2%2.2%
Accommodation & Food Services9.7%9.7%7.5%7.5%
Public Administration4.4%4.4%4.7%4.7%
Other Services4.7%4.7%4.9%4.9%
As per 2017 US census data Melbourne dominant household income ranges are: Retail trade (13.6%), Health care and social assistance (13.5%), Manufacturing (10.7%) and Accommodation and food services (9.7%).
The employment industries data table is as follows:
Employment IndustriesMelbourneUS
Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting65
0.2% of Melbourne,
0% of US
1,958,431
1.3%
Construction2,226
6.4% of Melbourne,
0% of US
9,564,541
6.4%
Manufacturing3,733
10.7% of Melbourne,
0% of US
15,477,389
10.3%
Wholesale645
1.8% of Melbourne,
0% of US
4,042,867
2.7%
Retail4,768
13.6% of Melbourne,
0% of US
17,167,000
11.4%
Utilities165
0.5% of Melbourne,
0% of US
1,257,353
0.8%
Information538
1.5% of Melbourne,
0% of US
3,173,300
2.1%
Finance & Insurance1,084
3.1% of Melbourne,
0% of US
7,001,182
4.6%
Real Estate658
1.9% of Melbourne,
0% of US
2,907,138
1.9%
Scientific & Technical Services2,436
7% of Melbourne,
0% of US
10,416,745
6.9%
Company Management13
0% of Melbourne,
0% of US
144,719
0.1%
Administrative & Waste Management Services2,045
5.9% of Melbourne,
0% of US
6,439,693
4.3%
Educational Services3,371
9.6% of Melbourne,
0% of US
13,931,235
9.3%
Health Care & Social Assistance4,730
13.5% of Melbourne,
0% of US
20,850,113
13.8%
Arts, Entertainment & Recreation802
2.3% of Melbourne,
0% of US
3,283,165
2.2%
Accommodation & Food Services3,389
9.7% of Melbourne,
0% of US
11,303,481
7.5%
Public Administration1,526
4.4% of Melbourne,
0% of US
7,025,870
4.7%
Other Services1,638
4.7% of Melbourne,
0% of US
7,371,226
4.9%
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Means of Transportation of Melbourne

  • Melbourne
  • US
Means of Transportation chart statistics
Car, Truck or Van93.6%93.6%89.9%89.9%
Public Transportation0.7%0.7%5.4%5.4%
Walk2.3%2.3%2.9%2.9%
Motorcycle or Bicycle3.4%3.4%1.9%1.9%
As per 2017 US census data Melbourne dominant types of transportation to work are: Car truck or van (93.6%).
Following is the data table for means of transportation statistics:
Means of TransportationMelbourneUS
Car, Truck or Van30,863
93.6% of Melbourne,
0% of US
127,053,717
89.9%
Public Transportation228
0.7% of Melbourne,
0% of US
7,607,907
5.4%
Walk749
2.3% of Melbourne,
0% of US
4,049,337
2.9%
Taxicab, Motorcycle, Bicycle or Other1,131
3.4% of Melbourne,
0% of US
2,693,671
1.9%
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Time of Commute of Melbourne

  • Melbourne
  • US
Time of Commute to Work chart statistics
< 10 mins11.1%11.1%12.7%12.7%
10-15 mins18.5%18.5%13.6%13.6%
15-20 mins27.1%27.1%15.3%15.3%
20-25 mins18%18%14.6%14.6%
25-30 mins4%4%6.4%6.4%
30-35 mins9.3%9.3%13.7%13.7%
35-45 mins2.9%2.9%6.8%6.8%
45-50 mins3.9%3.9%8.1%8.1%
> 60 mins5.1%5.1%8.9%8.9%
As per 2017 US census data Melbourne dominant travel time to work ranges are: 15-20 minutes, 10-15 minutes and 20-25 minutes.
The time of commute data table is as follows:
Time of CommuteMelbourneUS
< 10 mins3,669
11.1% of Melbourne,
0% of US
17,921,724
12.7%
10-15 mins6,115
18.5% of Melbourne,
0% of US
19,241,335
13.6%
15-20 mins8,935
27.1% of Melbourne,
0% of US
21,633,308
15.3%
20-25 mins5,942
18% of Melbourne,
0% of US
20,585,782
14.6%
25-30 mins1,308
4% of Melbourne,
0% of US
8,998,679
6.4%
30-35 mins3,070
9.3% of Melbourne,
0% of US
19,345,968
13.7%
35-45 mins964
2.9% of Melbourne,
0% of US
9,634,261
6.8%
45-50 mins1,297
3.9% of Melbourne,
0% of US
11,464,394
8.1%
> 60 mins1,671
5.1% of Melbourne,
0% of US
12,579,181
8.9%
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Education of Melbourne

Schools in Melbourne

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Colleges in Melbourne

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Universities in Melbourne

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Theatres in Melbourne

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Locations in Melbourne