Geographical data for College Station, TX 77840 (College Station city)


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    Covid Cases vs Deaths for TX

    The above graph show the number of cases and deaths from Covid starting with 2020-01-21 until 2022-04-29. Covid cases in 77840 started to level out for the first time in july of 2021. The average growth in the number of cases from month to month has been 2.5%. The biggest single month surge occurred may. Deaths due to Covid for College Station, Texas now total 12,659.00. This year 0.00 deaths have occurred in College Station, Texas 77840. This is 243.44% in comparison to the national mean.


    The most recent population of College Station is 59,371 people. The average population from 2011 to 2019 was 51,840. The large population increase was 1,524 people, and it occurred in 2015. The largest population decrease was 600 people, and it occurred in 2018. Since 2011, the population has changed by 5,252.00. The average population change for College Station was 7.84%. .

    Home Ownership

    According to IRS Data that has been gathered from 2011 to 2018 the amount of returns related to home ownership has changed on average -70.00% at College Station (77840). The maximum returns of real estate in this zip code has been 900 on total on 2011 and the minimum has been 270 on 2018

    Tax returns by Income Bracket

    The number of tax returns for the highest income group ($200,000 or more a year) has been 280 since 2011, while the lowest income group ($25,000 or lower) has been 7,630 since 2011. The overall change in number of returns for the highest income group was 94. The overall change for the number of returns for the lowest income group was 568.

    Married vs Single Tax Returns

    79.50% (9230 individuals) of the population is single while 20.50% (2380 individuals) of the population is married.

    Income Comparison State vs Zip code

    Texas had an average home value of $196,400.00 in comparison to the country's average of $146,724.83., The location with the largest household income between College Station, Texas and The USA is currently the US with an average of $44,586.32. Reported earnings in College Station are on average $11,274.00

    Education Comparison by Degree State vs Zip Code

    College Station (77840) has more bachelor degrees by percentage than the state of Texas with $52.30% versus $14.78%. There are more graduate degrees by percentage ($24.44%) compared to the average of Texas which is ($4.64%). $90.98% of the population of College Station (77840) have a high school diploma, which makes this zip code above the national average of 66.04490808185811%.

    Age Segmentation

    The largest age group in College Station (77840) is around 20-29 years old. The smallest age group in 77840 is between 80+. The average number of people in each age group is 5,037.

    Gender Segmentation

    51.68% (29030 individuals) of the population is male while 48.32% (27141 individuals) of the population is female.

    Poverty Segmentation

    $47.08% of the population in zip code 77840 are poor. Compare this to the state poor percentage of $10.67%.

    Race Segmentation

    The White population is 41583 in College Station, making it the most prevalent. The smallest population by race in College Station are Native with a total of 275. Native citizens make up 74.03, while White make up 0.49% of the population of College Station.