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All New Hope population data above are from the US Census Bureau.
The population data for New Hope are from the Census' American Community Survey 2017 5-year estimates and the Census' 2018 Population Estimates. The demographic data for Brighton, Clayton, Irondale, and Weaver are the most current, comparable demographics available from the US Census Bureau, are from the American Community Survey 2017 5-year estimates, and were downloaded on 6 December 2018. Check out our FAQ section for more details.
With 2,901 people, New Hope is the 166th most populated city in the state of Alabama out of 585 cities. But watch out, New Hope, because Brighton with 2,785 people and Clayton with 2,856 people are right behind you.
The largest New Hope racial/ethnic groups are White (95.7%) followed by Two or More (2.2%) and Hispanic (0.8%).
In 2017, the median household income of New Hope residents was $50,465. New Hope households made slightly more than Irondale households ($50,440) and Weaver households ($50,377) . However, 13.3% of New Hope residents live in poverty.
The median age for New Hope residents is 42.2 years young.
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