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The Dalles, OR Demographics
- Total Population15,518
Female 7,352Male 8,166
- Median Age38.5
According to the most recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the total population in The Dalles, OR is 15,518. The makeup of the population by gender is 7,352 men and 8,166 women. The median age of The Dalles’s residents is 38.5.
The Dalles, OR Households
- Total Number of Households6,174
Family 3,831Non-family 2,343
Children 1,869No Children 4,305
- Average People Per Household2.43
- Median Household Income$53,457
- Median Housing Costs Per Month$937
There is a total of 6,174 households in The Dalles, OR, of which 1,869 have children and 4,305 are without children. Per Census data, The Dalles has 3,831 family households and 2,343 non-family households. The size of a household in The Dalles, OR is 2.43 people, on average. The median household annual income in The Dalles is $53,457, and the monthly housing costs are $937.
The Dalles, OR Education Statistics
In The Dalles, OR, 5% of the population have no high school education, according to estimates published by the U.S. Census Bureau. 37% of the city’s population went to high school, 31% of residents completed some college, 9% of the population hold an Associate Degree, as many as 11% hold a Bachelor Degree, and 7% hold a Graduate Degree.