|Year||Population||Rank in US||Growth Rate|
Based on the latest 2022 data from the US census, the current population of Vancouver is 192,169. Vancouver, Washington is the 134th largest city in the US.
Vancouver is located entirely in Clark County.
The current population of Vancouver (192,169) is it's peak population.
Vancouver has grown 31.1% since the 2000. Vancouver, Washington is growing somewhat quickly; it is growing faster than 71% of similarly sized cities since 2000.
Vancouver has a population density of 3,482.7 people per square mile.
|129||Huntington Beach, California||196,652||3.4%|
|130||Sioux Falls, South Dakota||196,528||56.4%|
|135||Providence, Rhode Island||189,692||9.1%|
|139||Newport News, Virginia||184,587||2.3%|
The total voting age population of Vancouver, Washington, meaning US citizens 18 or older, is 128,875. The voting age population is 48.7% male and 51.3% female.
According to the latest census statistics, 15.9% of the residents of Vancouver are 65 or older.
The racial demographics of Vancouver are 80.1% White, 6.0% Two or more races, 5.6% Asian, 3.8% Other, 2.3% Black, 1.5% Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander and 0.6% American Indian. Additionally, 13.9% of the population identifies as Hispanic.
In Vancouver, 12.7% of residents have an income below the poverty line, and the child poverty rate is 18.5%. On a per-household basis, 8.3% of families are below the poverty line in Vancouver.
Among those aged 16 and older, 64.7% of Vancouver residents are in the labor force.
Among the adult population 25 years old and over, 91.0% of Vancouver residents have at least a high school degree or equivalent, 29.2% have a bachelor's degree and 10.0% have a graduate or professional degree.
Among Vancouver residents aged 5 and older, 20.2% of them speak a non-English language at home. Broken down by language: 9.8% of residents speak Spanish at home, 5.6% speak an Indo-European language, and 4.4% speak an Asian language.
The unemployment rate in Vancouver is 5.0%, which is calculated among residents aged 16 or older who are in the labor force.
In Vancouver, 11.1% of the residents in the non-military labor force are employed by the local, state and federal government.
The median household income in Vancouver is $61,714.
In Vancouver, 51.7% of housing units are occupied by their owners.
Renters occupy 48.3% of housing units in Vancouver.
Of all the housing units in Vancouver, 4.5% of them were build before 1940.
In Vancouver, 20.1% of the total housing units were built after the year 2000, which is approximately 15,200 units.
The median gross monthly rent payment for renters in Vancouver is $1,219.
In Vancouver, 87.5% of households have an active broadband internet connection.