Spokane Population Demographics

According to US population projections for 2022, the estimated population of Spokane is 229,065. 25.17% is under 18, while 15.31% is over 65.

A closer look at the age demography reveals that 5.96% of the population was five years old or younger, 25.17% were 18 years or younger and 26.24% were aged 65 years and over. The gender split in the state was nearly even, with 50.30% female and 49.70% male.

Spokane Housing

According to the US Census, Spokane has 99,251 housing units. The average owner-occupied housing unit rate in Spokane was 95.46%. At the same time, the city's median value of owner-occupied homes was $318,200

Spokane Racial Demographics

In 2020, the US Census estimated that White Alone and Asian Alone constitute 82.12% of Spokane's population. Residents of the city who were Black Or African American Alone, made up 2.71% of the total population.

Other racial groups include Some Other Race Alone, constituting 2.38% of the city's population and American Indian And Alaska Native Alone at 1.90%

White Alone79.27%
Asian Alone2.85%
Black Or African American Alone2.71%
Some Other Race Alone2.38%
American Indian And Alaska Native Alone1.90%
White Black Or African American1.47%

How Educated is Spokane

According to Census estimates, in 2021, 21 of Spokane residents had a bachelor's degree, while 11.7 had a graduate or professional degree.

Overall, 32.70% of residents have a bachelor's degree or higher.

Education Attainment (Population 25 Years and Older) in Spokane CityPercentage
High School Graduate Or Higher94.6
Some College Or Associates Degree41.4
Bachelors Degree Or Higher38.6
Some College No Degree24.5
High School Graduate Includes Equivalency24.1
Bachelors Degree21

Average Income in Spokane

The median household income in Spokane is $58,714. This figure is significantly (approximately 0.00%) less than the state average of $58,714.

Estimates by family type revealed that families earned an average of $74,665 per year, while married-couple families earned an average of $93,676.

A closer examination of the income groups of Spokane households revealed that the largest income group consisted of households with an annual income between $50,000 and $74,999. Other groups with yearly high household incomes include those between $100,000 and $149,999 (15.6%) and those with incomes exceeding $200,000 (5.3%). 7.0% of households in the City of Angels had an annual income of less than $10,000.

Median Income by Type of Family

Type of FamilyIncome
Married-couple families$93,676
Nonfamily households$39,422