Frequently Asked Questions About ZIP Code 01053
FAQs and quick facts about ZIP Code 01053
View answers to frequently asked questions about 01053 (Leeds, MA)
What region of the U.S. is ZIP Code 01053 associated with?
The 01053 ZIP Code is primarily associated with Leeds, MA in the United States.
What U.S. county is ZIP Code 01053 located in?
The 01053 ZIP Code is located in Hampshire County in the state of Massachusetts.
What is the current population estimate for ZIP Code 01053?
The ZIP Code 01053 has a current population estimate of 1,593, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
What is the racial composition of ZIP Code 01053?
The most common race in 01053 (race alone or in combination with one or more other races), is White (93.8%), followed by Black or African American (4.7%) . In this region, 99.6% of residents are one race, while 0.4% are two or more races.
What is the average age of residents in ZIP Code 01053?
Residents of ZIP Code 01053 have a median age of 54.8 years. People aged 60 to 64 years make up approximately 13.3% of the population in 01053, the largest percentage of any age group.
Is the population in ZIP Code 01053 older or younger than average?
Residents of ZIP Code 01053 are older than average. The median age of 54.8 years in ZIP Code 01053 is approximately 43.83% higher than the overall median age in the U.S. of 38.1 years.
How many residents in ZIP Code 01053 are senior citizens?
An estimated 37.2% of residents in ZIP Code 01053 are of age 62 years and older.
What portion of the population in ZIP Code 01053 is of voting age?
According to U.S. Census Bureau data, approximately 86% of residents in the 01053 ZIP Code are in the voting age population (18 and over).
What is the per capita income in ZIP Code 01053?
The per capita income in ZIP Code 01053 of $33,144 is approximately 2.81% less than the per capita income in the U.S. overall of $34,103.
What income range is most common for those living in ZIP Code 01053?
An estimated 17.2% of the residents in 01053 earn $75,000 to $99,999 per year, the highest percentage of any range, while 16.3% earn $50,000 to $74,999 per year.
Are any residents of ZIP Code 01053 living below the poverty line?
An estimated 10.7% of the population is living below the poverty line in this region. This rate is approximately12.63% higher than the overall poverty rate in the U.S. of 9.5%.
When were most homes built in ZIP Code 01053?
Approximately 29.9% of homes in ZIP Code 01053 were built between 1980 and 1989. This is, relatively speaking, the largest of percentage of any time range. Additionally, 22.7% of homes in the region were built in 1939 or earlier.
How many residents in ZIP Code 01053 are high school graduates?
In ZIP Code 01053, 94.4% of the population graduated high school. In this region, 1.6% achieved an education level less than 9th grade, while 4.0% attended 9th to 12th grade, but did not receive a diploma.
How many residents in ZIP Code 01053 are college graduates?
In ZIP Code 01053, 44.6% of the population has a Bachelor's degree or higher. An estimated 16.4% attended some college, but did not receive a degree.
What is the highest level of education attained for the typical resident in ZIP Code 01053?
An estimated 28.2% of the residents in 01053 reached the level of high school graduate (includes equivalency), the highest percentage of any level. Additionally, 23.3% reached the level of graduate or professional degree.
What is the most frequent language spoken in home in ZIP Code 01053?
In ZIP Code 01053, approximately 96.1% of the population in 01053 list "English only" as the language spoken in home. This is the most common in-home language spoken in the region.
Other than English, what is the most common language spoken in home in the 01053 ZIP Code?
An estimated 2.4% of residents in ZIP Code 01053 speak Spanish at home. This is the most common language spoken in home, other than English.
How many people in ZIP Code 01053 do not have health insurance?
Approximately 3.4% of adults aged 18 to 64 in ZIP Code 01053 are uninsured and do not have health insurance.
What is the most common chronic health issue in ZIP Code 01053?
The most common chronic health issue in 01053 is high cholesterol, as an estimated 39.2% of adults aged 18 and older deal with this issue.
What is the most frequent health risk behavior by residents of ZIP Code 01053?
The most frequent health risk behavior in 01053 is 'sleeping less than 7 hours', as approximately 28.5% of adults aged 18 and older in the region engage in this behavior.
What is the top health prevention measure taken by residents of ZIP Code 01053?
The most common preventive measure in 01053 is listed as 'current access to health insurance', as an estimated 96.6% of adults 18 and older list this prevention measure.
Does ZIP Code 01053 have good solar power potential?
The 01053 ZIP Code has below average solar power potential when compared to the U.S. as a whole. This region's average solar radiation level of 4.8kWh/m2/day is 3.03% less than the overall U.S. daily average.
What job industry do residents of ZIP Code 01053 work in most frequently?
An estimated 44.0% of the employed population 16 years and over in ZIP Code 01053 work in educational services, and health care and social assistance. This is the largest percentage of any job industry.
How is the air quality in ZIP Code 01053?
The current air quality level in ZIP Code 01053, according to the Common Air Quality Index (CAQI) air quality index, is: Fair.
Which area codes are associated with ZIP Code 01053?
Telephone area codes that are frequently associated with ZIP Code 01053 include: No associated area codes were found for ZIP Code 01053.
Are there more females or males in ZIP Code 01053?
There are more males than females in ZIP Code 01053. Females comprise approximately 43.3% of the population, while males make up an estimated 56.7%.
How common is broadband Internet service in ZIP Code 01053?
An estimated 86.4% of households in ZIP Code 01053 have broadband Internet service. Approximately 90.6% of households in the region have a computer in home.
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