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West Virginia / Charleston
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Population Estimates Program 2012
With 51,018 people, Charleston is the 1st most populated city in the state of West Virginia out of 396 cities. But watch out, Charleston, because Huntington with 49,160 people and Parkersburg with 31,261 people are right behind you.
The largest Charleston racial/ethnic groups are White (77.6%) followed by Black (15.3%) and Two or more races (3.0%).
In 2010, the median household income of Charleston residents was $42,133. Charleston households made slightly more than South Charleston households ($42,034) and St. Albans households ($41,956). However, 16.9% of Charleston residents live in poverty.
The median age for Charleston residents is 41.7 years young.