The above graph show the number of cases and deaths from Covid starting with 2020-01-21 until 2022-04-29. Covid cases in Stockton began to level out for the first time in june of 2021. The mean increase in the number of cases monthly was 3.0%. The biggest single month rise occurred june. Deaths due to Covid for Stockton, California now total 1,005,674.00. This year 0.00 deaths have occurred in Stockton, California 95211. This is 19,339.88% when compared to the national average.
The most recent population of Stockton is 1,624 people. The average population from 2011 to 2019 was 1,588. The large population increase was -5 people, and it occurred in 2018. The largest population decrease was 90 people, and it occurred in 2013. Since 2011, the population has changed by 333.00. The average population change for Stockton was -20.50%. .
California had an average home value of $0.00 compared to the country's average of $146,724.83., The location with the largest income by household between Stockton, California and The USA is currently CA with an average of $46,668.38. Total earnings in California have a mean of $0.00
Stockton (95211) has more bachelor degrees by percentage than the state of California with $50.00% versus $18.96%. There are less graduate degrees by percentage ($0.00%) compared to the average of California which is ($7.07%). $100.00% of the population of Stockton (95211) have a high school diploma, which makes this zip code above the national average of 66.04490808185811%.
The largest age group in Stockton (95211) is around 20-29 years old. The smallest age group in 95211 is between -10. The average number of people in each age group is 57.
44.92% (694 individuals) of the population is male while 55.08% (851 individuals) of the population is female.
$0.00% of the population in zip code 95211 are poor. Compare this to the state poor percentage of $9.48%.
The White population is 697 in Stockton, making it the most prevalent. The smallest population by race in Stockton are Native with a total of 14. Native citizens make up 45.11, while White make up 0.91% of the population of Stockton.