Demographics Of Aurora, Illinois

Aurora is a city located in the outer region of Greater Chicago in the US state of Illinois. It is a suburb of Chicago that extends into four counties, and those are Kane County, DuPage County, Kendall County, and Will County.

Illinois has 102 counties and 1365 cities (consisting of municipalities, towns and villages), out of which Aurora is the second most populated one. According to the 2015 population estimate, Aurora has 200661 people, which makes its population density 1826% higher than that of the entire Illinois area. Aurora is one of the areas our firm specializes in assisting with their legal needs. Check out here for more info:

The 2010 population estimate showed that there were 197899 residents in the city of Aurora, according to the United States Census Bureau. The age and gender estimate report showed that there was 9.1% who are under the age of 5, 31.6% under the age of 18, and 6.5% are 65 and older. Females were estimated to be 50.4% of the entire population. The median age was 29, and now, it is 31.7 years. It is 15% lower than that of the whole state of Illinois.

The race and Hispanic origin estimate report showed that there was 59.7% white people, 10.7% African Americans, 6.7% Asians, 0.5% Native Americans, 41.3% Hispanics or Latinos of any race, and 3.3% of persons from two or more races. Some newer reports show that there is 42.2% Hispanics, 38.6% white people, and 9.6% African Americans. According to the population characteristics estimate, there were 6306 veterans living in the city of Aurora from 2011 to 2015, while there was 25.2% of foreign-born persons.

There were 61449 households, with 3.24 persons per household. Over the period of 2011 to 2015, there was 85.7% of persons at the age of 1 and older living in the same house for a year or more. The 2011-2015 families and living arrangements estimate report showed that there is 45.2% of persons at the age of 5 and older who speak a language other than English at home.

The median income for a household in the city of Aurora, as estimated for the time period between 2011 and 2015, was $63090. The same income and poverty estimate report showed that the per capita income was $26703. According to the 2015 American Community Survey, 14.8% of Aurora residents are living in poverty.

When it comes to education in the city of Aurora, there is 76.2% of persons at the age of 25 or older who graduated from high school or completed some other higher level of education, as showed in the 2011-2015 education estimate report. On the other hand, 31.1% of people living in the city Aurora who are 25 years old or older have a Bachelor’s degree or other higher level degrees.

All of these statistics are derived from various population estimates and surveys published by the United States Census Bureau. Various aforementioned estimates are from 2010 reports and they are actually the newest ones, because the points they cover are estimated every ten years.