Fall River

  1. Fall River Legal Resources
  2. Fall River Statistics
  3. Fall River Property/Housing/Real Estate Information
  4. Fall River Employment Information
  5. Fall River Family Information
  6. Fall River Education Information
  7. Fall River Business Information
  8. Fall River Public Benefits Information
  9. Fall River Immigration & Civil Rights Information
  10. Fall River Zip Codes


Fall River Legal Resources

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Fall River Statistics

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  • Population (2000): 91,938
  • Land Area (2000): 80.346 square kilometers
  • Water Area (2000): 18.652 square kilometers
  • Average Daily / Average High Temperature In Fahrenheit (Celsius) In January (1961-1990): 30.6186 (-0.8) / (-17.8)
  • Average Daily / Average High Temperature In Fahrenheit (Celsius) In July (1961-1990): 73.5186 (23.1) / 81.3186 (27.4)
  • Average Annual Heating Degree Days (1961-1990): 5,426
  • Average Annual Cooling Degree Days (1961-1990): 729
  • Average Annual Precipitation (1961-1990): 47 inches
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  • Area Code(s): 508, 774
  • Alias(es) (2003): FALL RIVER
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Houses (2000): 41,857
Very Low Income (VLI) Owner Households (2000): 3,142
Very Low Income (VLI) Renter Households (2000): 13,536

Fall River Population - Urban/Rural

Urban/Rural Population Percent
 Urban 91,212 99.21%
 Rural, Farm 0 0.00%
 Rural, Non-farm 726 0.79%

Fall River Real Estate Lawyers provide services for home buying/selling, commercial real estate, leases, landlord tenant, construction, land use and zoning laws. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.


Fall River Employment Information

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Employment (2003): 38,312
Payroll (2003) / (1Q 2003): $1,128,941,000 / $271,810,000

Fall River Labor Force By Month


Year Labor Force  Employed Unemployment
 Total Percent Rate
1990 46,036 40,138 5,898 12.81% 128
1991 46,114 38,242 7,872 17.07% 170
1992 45,255 38,221 7,034 15.54% 155
1993 45,281 38,500 6,781 14.98% 149
1994 43,685 38,592 5,093 11.66% 116
1995 44,539 39,720 4,819 10.82% 108
1996 44,266 39,754 4,512 10.19% 102
1997 44,224 40,391 3,834 8.67% 86
1998 43,588 40,738 2,850 6.54% 65
1999 43,661 40,917 2,744 6.29% 63
2000 43,271 41,047 2,224 5.14% 51
2001 43,367 40,668 2,699 6.22% 62
2002 44,362 40,888 3,474 7.83% 78
2003 44,745 41,038 3,707 8.28% 83
2004 44,626 40,946 3,679 8.24% 82
2005 44,414 40,792 3,622 8.15% 82
2006 44,714 41,005 3,709 8.30% 83
2007 44,430 40,752 3,677 8.28% 83
2008 43,736 39,820 3,917 8.95% 89
Month Labor Force  Employed Unemployment
 Total Percent Rate
Jan 2008 45,041 39,976 5,065 11.25% 112
Feb 2008 44,229 39,801 4,428 10.01% 100
Mar 2008 44,258 39,814 4,444 10.04% 100
Apr 2008 43,359 39,987 3,372 7.78% 78
May 2008 42,766 39,636 3,130 7.32% 73
Jun 2008 43,446 40,061 3,385 7.79% 78
Jul 2008 43,803 39,892 3,911 8.93% 89
Aug 2008 43,598 39,899 3,699 8.48% 85
Sep 2008 43,128 39,313 3,815 8.85% 88
Oct, 2008 -- -- -- --% --
Nov, 2008 -- -- -- --% --
Dec, 2008 -- -- -- --% --

Fall River Employment By Industry


 Male, with percent of employed male population
1. Construction 2,397 12.06%
2. Textile and Textile Mills Manufacturing 1,815 9.13%
3. Accommodation and Food Services 1,069 5.38%
4. Public Administration 1,017 5.12%
5. Health Care 1,001 5.04%
6. Admin, Support, and Waste Management 758 3.81%
7. Educational Services 684 3.44%
8. Food and Beverage Stores 676 3.40%
9. Professional / Scientific / Tech Services 604 3.04%
10. Metal Manufactuing 598 3.01%
11. Miscellaneous Manufacturing 473 2.38%
12. Repair and Maintenance 470 2.36%
13. Motor Vehicle and Parts Dealers 438 2.20%
14. Finance and Insurance 431 2.17%
15. Machinery Manufacturing 415 2.09%
16. Food Manufacturing 346 1.74%
17. Other Transportation 300 1.51%
18. Plastics and Rubber Manufacturing 289 1.45%
19. Computer and Electronic Manufacturing 288 1.45%
20. Groceries and Related Products, Wholesale 269 1.35%
 Female, with percent of employed female population
1. Health Care 3,863 19.51%
2. Educational Services 1,872 9.46%
3. Accommodation and Food Services 1,409 7.12%
4. Finance and Insurance 1,277 6.45%
5. Textile and Textile Mills Manufacturing 1,249 6.31%
6. Apparel Manufacturing 1,015 5.13%
7. Social Assistance 739 3.73%
8. Public Administration 621 3.14%
9. Miscellaneous Manufacturing 610 3.08%
10. Professional / Scientific / Tech Services 603 3.05%
11. Food and Beverage Stores 570 2.88%
12. Department and Other General Stores 476 2.40%
13. Personal and Laundry Services 388 1.96%
14. Admin, Support, and Waste Management 361 1.82%
15. Religious / Grantmaking / Civic / Similar Organizations 280 1.41%
16. Pharmacies and Drug Stores 260 1.31%
17. Clothing and Apparel Including Shoes 253 1.28%
18. Broadcasting and Telecommunications 210 1.06%
19. Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 202 1.02%
20. Metal Manufactuing 188 0.95%

Fall River Employment By Job


 Male, with percent of employed male population
1. Other Production Occupations 1,410 7.09%
2. Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance 964 4.85%
3. Recording / Scheduling / Dispatching 935 4.70%
4. Metal Workers and Plastic Workers 889 4.47%
5. Driver / Sales Workers and Truckers 887 4.46%
6. Textile / Apparel / Furnishings 817 4.11%
7. Other Installation / Maintenance 805 4.05%
8. Other Sales and Related Occupations 743 3.74%
9. Laborers and Material Movers / Handlers 613 3.08%
10. Carpenters 582 2.93%
11. Other Construction Trades 572 2.88%
12. Other Management Occupations 552 2.78%
13. Vehicle Mechanics 502 2.53%
14. Retail Sales, Not cashiers 462 2.32%
15. Construction Laborers 446 2.24%
16. Law Enforcement Workers 438 2.20%
17. Cooks and Food Preparation Workers 405 2.04%
18. Other Office and Admin Support 373 1.88%
19. Assemblers and Fabricators 365 1.84%
20. Other Protective Service Workers 301 1.51%
 Female, with percent of employed female population
1. Textile / Apparel / Furnishings 1,784 9.01%
2. Other Office and Admin Support 1,104 5.58%
3. Nursing / Psychiatric / Home Health 1,002 5.06%
4. Other Production Occupations 965 4.87%
5. Secretaries and Admins 876 4.42%
6. Cashiers 808 4.08%
7. Teachers, Pre/Primary School 710 3.59%
8. Other Sales and Related Occupations 622 3.14%
9. Retail Sales, Not cashiers 611 3.09%
10. Other Teachers / Instructors / Librarians 552 2.79%
11. Informaion and Record Clerks, Not Customer Service 520 2.63%
12. Waiters and Waitresses 519 2.62%
13. Counselors / Social Workers / Etc. 512 2.59%
14. Registered Nurses 501 2.53%
15. Financial Clerks, Non-bookkeeping 495 2.50%
16. Health Technologists and Technicians 476 2.40%
17. Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance 454 2.29%
18. Customer Service Representatives 440 2.22%
19. Business Operations Specialists 435 2.20%
20. Other Management Occupations 426 2.15%

Fall River Hours Worked Per Week In 1999

Hours Per Week  Population Percent
35 or more hours 35,174 48.69%
15-35 hours 8,703 12.05%
1-14 hours 1,610 2.23%
No regular hours 26,750 37.03%

Fall River Time Left For Work

Time  Population Percent
Midnight-4:59 AM 1,527 3.97%
5 AM-5:29 AM 1,582 4.11%
5:30 AM-5:59 AM 1,907 4.96%
6 AM-6:29 AM 3,434 8.93%
6:30 AM-6:59 AM 5,017 13.04%
7 AM-7:29 AM 5,534 14.39%
7:30 AM-7:59 AM 4,997 12.99%
8 AM-8:29 AM 3,453 8.98%
8:30 AM-8:59 AM 1,890 4.91%
9:00 AM-9:59 AM 1,406 3.66%
10:00 AM-10:59 AM 717 1.86%
11:00 AM-11:59 AM 327 0.85%
Noon-3:59 PM 3,269 8.50%
4 PM-11:59 PM 3,406 8.85%

Fall River Length Of Commute In Minutes

Minutes  Population Percent
Less than 5 1,157 3.01%
5-9 5,735 14.91%
10-14 8,442 21.95%
15-19 7,008 18.22%
20-24 4,642 12.07%
25-29 1,545 4.02%
30-34 3,770 9.80%
35-39 698 1.81%
40-44 846 2.20%
45-59 1,960 5.10%
60-89 1,732 4.50%
At least 90 931 2.42%

Fall River Length Of Commute In Mintues - Public vs. Private Transportation


Minutes  Population (public) Percent  Population (private) Percent
Under 30 279 0.73% 28,250 73.44%
30-44 124 0.32% 5,190 13.49%
45-59 28 0.07% 1,932 5.02%
At least 60 136 0.35% 2,527 6.57%

Fall River Type Of Commute

Type Population Percent
 Bicycle 68 0.18%
 Car / truck / van, carpool 5,738 14.77%
 Car / truck / van, solo 30,645 78.90%
 Motorcycle 12 0.03%
 Other 241 0.62%
 Public transportation 567 1.46%
 Walked 1,195 3.08%
 Worked at home 374 0.96%

Fall River Employment Lawyers handle cases involving employment contracts, severance agreements, OSHA, workers compensation, ADA, race, sex, pregnancy, national-orgin, sexual orientation and age discrimination, sexual harassment, hours & wages and overtime issues. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.


Fall River Family Information

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Households (2000): 38,775 (90,040 people)
Families (2000): 23,753 (70,774 people)
Families where both partners work (2000): 7,238
People at same address in 1995: 50,327

Fall River Household Income in 1999


Income Population Percent
Under $10,000 6,744 17.39%
$10,000-$14,999 4,100 10.57%
$15,000-$19,999 3,619 9.33%
$20,000-$24,999 2,992 7.72%
$25,000-$29,999 2,321 5.99%
$30,000-$34,999 2,462 6.35%
$35,000-$39,999 2,474 6.38%
$40,000-$44,999 1,811 4.67%
$45,000-$49,999 1,709 4.41%
$50,000-$59,999 3,299 8.51%
$60,000-$74,999 3,139 8.10%
$75,000-$99,999 2,460 6.34%
$100,000-$124,999 933 2.41%
$125,000-$149,999 333 0.86%
$150,000-$199,999 176 0.45%
$200,000 or more 203 0.52%

Fall River Household Type

Type Population Percent
 Nonfamily, 1 person 13,247 34.18%
 Family, 2 people 9,831 25.36%
 Nonfamily, 2 people 1,731 4.47%
 Family, 3 people 6,253 16.13%
 Nonfamily, 3 people 145 0.37%
 Family, 4 people 4,681 12.08%
 Nonfamily, 4 people 43 0.11%
 Family, 5 people 1,883 4.86%
 Nonfamily, 5 people 18 0.05%
 Family, 6 people 590 1.52%
 Nonfamily, 6 people 10 0.03%
 Family, 7 or more people 320 0.83%
 Nonfamily, 7 or more people 7 0.02%

Fall River Household Income Type

Type  Population Percent
Earnings 27,061 27.93%
Interest / Dividend / Rent 10,911 11.26%
Public Assistance 2,534 2.62%
Retirement 6,596 6.81%
Self Employment 1,830 1.89%
Social Security 11,673 12.05%
Supplemental Security 3,798 3.92%
Wage / Salary 26,626 27.49%
Other 5,843 6.03%

Fall River Family Type

Type Population Percent
 No children under 18 8,948 56.91%
 With children under 18 6,774 43.09%

Fall River Marital Status - Male (for those 15+ in 2000)

Type Population Percent
 Divorced 3,050 9.12%
 Married 17,583 52.58%
 Never Married 11,559 34.57%
 Widowed 1,246 3.73%

Fall River Marital Status - Female (for those 15+ in 2000)

Type Population Percent
 Divorced 4,208 10.53%
 Married 18,043 45.15%
 Never Married 11,246 28.14%
 Widowed 6,469 16.19%

Fall River Family Lawyers help clients with family law issues, such as marriage, divorce, domestic partnerships, adoptions, paternity, annulment, child support, custody, division of property, alimony, palimony, restraining orders, spousal support, uncontested divorce and visitation rights. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.


Fall River Education Information

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Fall River Highest Degree Earned (18 or older)

Degree Population Percent
 Less than 9th grade 14,972 21.47%
 9th-12th grade, no diploma 14,152 20.29%
 High school diploma or equivalent 19,136 27.44%
 Some college, no degree 10,395 14.91%
 Associate degree 4,148 5.95%
 Bachelors degree 4,958 7.11%
 Graduate or professional degree 1,972 2.83%

Fall River Population In School (3 or older)

School Level  In Public School Percent  In Private School Percent Total Percent
Nursery or preschool 922 1.00% 441 0.48% 1,363 1.48%
Kindergarten 1,058 1.15% 215 0.23% 1,273 1.38%
Grades 1-4 4,597 5.00% 788 0.86% 5,385 5.86%
Grades 5-8 4,433 4.82% 693 0.75% 5,126 5.58%
Grades 9-12 4,801 5.22% 187 0.20% 4,988 5.43%
Undergrad college 2,614 2.84% 657 0.71% 3,271 3.56%
Graduate or professional school 324 0.35% 130 0.14% 454 0.49%
Total 18,749 20.39% 3,111 3.38% 21,860 23.78%

Fall River Education Lawyers represent colleges, school districts, other educational institutions, and students in the practice of education law. They handle issues related to No Child Left Behind, special education, and disability rights. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.


Fall River Business Information

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Number of Businesses (2003): 2,256
Wholesale trade sales (2002): $359,035,000
Retail sales (2002): $754,439,000
Fall River Business Lawyers provide services for corporations, LLCs, partnerships, contracts, franchising and business litigation. From the Justia Lawyer Directory.


Fall River Public Benefits Information

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Fall River Above Or Below Poverty Level In 1999

Above/Below Population Percent
 At Or Above Poverty Level 74,697 82.89%
 Below Poverty Level 15,421 17.11%

Fall River Government Finances By Year


Year  Property Taxes  Other Taxes  Intergov. Revenue  Utility Revenue  Employee Retirement Revenue  Other Revenue Total Revenue Salaries & Wages Total Debt Total Cash & Securities
1951 $5,937 $290 $4,809 $550 $152 $338 $11,786 $4,961 $3,977 $0
1952 $6,858 $280 $4,798 $555 $152 $398 $12,761 $5,689 $4,416 $0
1953 $6,943 $304 $4,935 $589 $191 $444 $13,102 $6,232 $5,424 $0
1954 $7,235 $286 $4,927 $590 $234 $435 $13,421 $6,655 $5,644 $3,727
1955 $7,696 $285 $5,035 $607 $260 $421 $14,019 $7,065 $6,036 $3,658
1956 $8,245 $279 $5,272 $626 $220 $435 $14,798 $7,178 $6,568 $3,976
1957 $8,682 $275 $5,669 $631 $298 $424 $15,704 $7,736 $6,104 $3,781
1958 $8,682 $275 $5,669 $631 $313 $424 $15,719 $7,737 $6,104 $4,173
1959 $9,443 $271 $5,970 $602 $339 $500 $16,854 $0 $5,966 $3,736
1960 $9,811 $213 $6,851 $658 $360 $801 $18,481 $8,616 $5,019 $4,839
1961 $10,134 $216 $6,751 $682 $394 $639 $18,600 $9,114 $5,214 $5,640
1962 $11,750 $193 $7,317 $752 $416 $856 $21,091 $9,455 $5,925 $6,394
1963 $11,650 $197 $8,812 $771 $470 $1,372 $23,075 $10,350 $5,835 $7,792
1964 $11,650 $197 $8,812 $771 $470 $1,372 $23,075 $10,350 $5,835 $0
1965 $12,135 $143 $9,637 $794 $470 $1,227 $24,263 $10,730 $5,813 $0
1966 $13,410 $149 $10,923 $836 $470 $797 $26,436 $11,132 $5,304 $0
1967 $13,265 $180 $12,432 $753 $572 $694 $27,716 $11,971 $4,795 $6,872
1968 $13,530 $134 $13,323 $740 $572 $1,305 $29,470 $12,861 $9,591 $0
1969 $13,530 $134 $13,323 $740 $572 $1,305 $29,470 $12,861 $9,591 $0
1970 $15,811 $117 $9,573 $1,205 $572 $1,260 $28,421 $15,304 $16,811 $16,615
1971 $17,612 $146 $10,108 $1,259 $572 $2,095 $31,646 $17,496 $17,035 $13,626
1972 $19,953 $208 $12,224 $1,301 $1,008 $754 $35,240 $18,995 $17,955 $12,072
1973 $23,313 $205 $16,910 $1,311 $1,008 $2,211 $44,753 $21,719 $20,059 $11,848
1974 $24,686 $207 $27,361 $1,364 $1,008 $2,983 $57,402 $21,656 $36,295 $33,004
1975 $24,045 $174 $27,164 $1,833 $1,008 $4,253 $58,303 $31,066 $39,380 $25,432
1976 $25,441 $189 $22,816 $2,223 $1,008 $1,954 $53,442 $29,105 $48,236 $22,253
1977 $33,788 $181 $30,694 $2,341 $1,639 $1,684 $70,146 $37,772 $45,195 $19,004
1978 $32,902 $174 $37,139 $2,039 $1,810 $1,842 $75,732 $37,582 $42,315 $19,093
1979 $33,400 $191 $51,216 $2,138 $2,124 $1,911 $90,789 $42,568 $40,960 $25,041
1980 $30,054 $199 $62,695 $2,333 $2,302 $2,164 $99,548 $44,941 $38,240 $30,124
1981 $29,246 $243 $72,726 $2,516 $2,713 $2,468 $109,669 $46,741 $36,035 $29,516
1982 $24,972 $377 $63,351 $2,185 $2,981 $3,775 $97,264 $45,000 $36,515 $37,347
1983 $21,836 $393 $64,548 $2,619 $3,214 $6,826 $99,043 $39,715 $33,300 $45,878
1984 $21,453 $424 $64,542 $2,824 $3,748 $6,577 $99,144 $42,714 $29,945 $46,977
1985 $22,273 $397 $63,794 $2,720 $3,933 $9,162 $101,882 $48,064 $27,235 $56,249
1986 $23,144 $366 $69,779 $2,906 $2,863 $10,259 $108,951 $53,147 $22,835 $64,770
1987 $23,826 $427 $81,598 $2,982 $0 $8,367 $116,773 $55,804 $19,475 $30,893
1988 $25,206 $467 $83,404 $2,900 $4,953 $9,122 $125,585 $65,523 $16,325 $78,058
1989 $28,955 $441 $87,661 $3,253 $5,514 $10,529 $135,912 $69,898 $12,885 $85,445
1990 $30,052 $456 $90,359 $3,058 $8,187 $10,788 $142,444 $75,431 $10,495 $67,810
1991 $30,322 $450 $77,948 $3,012 $8,403 $12,271 $131,956 $77,979 $16,280 $91,488
1992 $32,755 $514 $77,554 $2,944 $11,525 $9,195 $133,973 $77,979 $22,020 $89,200
1993 $34,348 $520 $89,509 $2,912 $11,525 $8,457 $146,751 $80,577 $19,165 $84,247
1994 $33,873 $519 $87,448 $2,917 $10,777 $9,357 $144,372 $79,356 $17,010 $93,023
1995 $35,944 $636 $62,454 $3,108 $9,847 $12,817 $124,170 $78,657 $17,762 $99,038
1996 $39,854 $760 $116,570 $3,199 $15,038 $12,194 $186,855 $88,832 $25,358 $131,593
1997 $38,818 $716 $122,640 $3,323 $7,207 $11,831 $183,819 $85,369 $34,400 $151,035
1998 $41,823 $748 $121,687 $3,306 $23,476 $13,776 $204,068 $95,516 $47,317 $195,511
1999 $41,253 $691 $132,245 $3,421 $10,215 $15,420 $202,554 $101,452 $61,606 $270,340
2000 $43,174 $800 $136,206 $3,242 $16,246 $14,764 $213,632 $113,504 $70,629 $279,246
2001 $43,713 $1,457 $136,920 $3,919 $10,482 $19,967 $215,001 $117,721 $97,143 $286,019
2002 $43,774 $1,823 $149,521 $3,164 $5,615 $23,876 $225,950 $130,190 $116,929 $229,912
2003 $48,838 $1,849 $150,736 $4,750 $17,514 $21,346 $243,184 $117,746 $152,346 $272,509
2004 $51,608 $2,596 $148,714 $5,774 $8,671 $22,311 $237,078 $113,236 $187,923 $228,139
2005 $56,568 $1,738 $149,806 $5,323 $25,314 $30,639 $267,650 $117,321 $201,583 $257,328
2006 $57,218 $1,634 $154,230 $5,374 $25,314 $33,434 $275,570 $120,007 $235,127 $264,366


Year  Education  Financial Control  Public Buildings  Public Health  Transportation  Parks & Recreation Total Expenses
 Protective Services  Welfare  Interest On General Debt  Utilities  Employee Retirement  Other
1951 $2,818 $288 $39 $661 $808 $152 $12,856
$1,891 $3,511 $100 $489 $225 $1,874
1952 $3,465 $150 $50 $682 $589 $172 $12,902
$1,799 $3,897 $106 $414 $225 $1,353
1953 $3,206 $299 $147 $808 $807 $213 $14,173
$2,170 $3,872 $110 $420 $269 $1,852
1954 $3,471 $275 $58 $995 $867 $208 $15,015
$2,324 $4,125 $128 $659 $264 $1,641
1955 $3,969 $400 $63 $909 $868 $196 $15,143
$2,395 $4,389 $147 $539 $278 $990
1956 $4,199 $364 $51 $918 $868 $218 $15,423
$2,428 $4,485 $182 $553 $307 $850
1957 $4,158 $332 $50 $1,414 $867 $258 $16,088
$2,293 $4,203 $200 $506 $318 $1,489
1958 $4,158 $332 $50 $1,414 $867 $258 $16,116
$2,293 $4,203 $200 $506 $343 $1,492
1959 $4,207 $321 $0 $944 $758 $298 $16,668
$2,721 $5,356 $189 $518 $345 $1,011
1960 $4,093 $277 $0 $1,134 $1,006 $329 $17,413
$2,983 $5,271 $181 $609 $384 $1,146
1961 $4,495 $341 $0 $1,320 $1,038 $328 $18,325
$2,594 $5,260 $189 $545 $428 $1,787
1962 $4,875 $323 $327 $1,285 $1,007 $360 $20,773
$2,894 $6,190 $182 $1,045 $462 $1,823
1963 $5,361 $409 $0 $1,284 $1,413 $377 $22,477
$3,143 $6,191 $176 $786 $530 $2,807
1964 $5,361 $409 $262 $1,284 $1,413 $377 $22,477
$3,143 $6,191 $176 $786 $530 $2,545
1965 $5,496 $371 $85 $1,147 $1,627 $407 $24,100
$3,201 $7,009 $195 $846 $530 $3,186
1966 $6,589 $422 $291 $1,194 $1,291 $413 $25,629
$3,584 $7,609 $216 $727 $530 $2,763
1967 $7,173 $635 $408 $1,245 $1,229 $342 $27,525
$3,491 $8,876 $243 $996 $684 $2,203
1968 $7,466 $483 $88 $1,377 $1,103 $516 $30,446
$3,797 $9,832 $225 $743 $684 $4,132
1969 $7,466 $483 $88 $1,377 $1,103 $516 $30,446
$3,797 $9,832 $225 $743 $684 $4,132
1970 $11,859 $639 $105 $1,494 $1,869 $568 $28,923
$4,466 $1,161 $525 $1,244 $684 $4,309
1971 $13,066 $661 $301 $1,659 $2,228 $595 $34,232
$4,976 $1,175 $865 $1,399 $684 $6,623
1972 $14,023 $663 $239 $1,668 $1,809 $660 $39,006
$5,141 $1,544 $872 $2,601 $1,413 $8,373
1973 $15,733 $803 $396 $2,009 $1,854 $802 $44,423
$5,891 $1,538 $913 $1,838 $1,413 $11,233
1974 $17,427 $811 $1,242 $2,116 $2,041 $641 $46,223
$7,482 $1,392 $1,031 $1,714 $1,413 $8,913
1975 $27,358 $1,394 $3,552 $1,627 $3,002 $590 $65,162
$7,766 $1,144 $1,824 $4,477 $1,413 $11,015
1976 $29,590 $1,053 $3,148 $776 $3,327 $628 $66,115
$8,155 $814 $2,437 $2,743 $1,413 $12,031
1977 $31,650 $806 $521 $471 $1,444 $999 $78,395
$8,683 $813 $2,746 $2,252 $3,526 $24,484
1978 $24,270 $1,010 $664 $466 $1,806 $892 $71,636
$9,258 $841 $2,542 $2,261 $4,065 $23,561
1979 $31,775 $1,311 $429 $586 $1,923 $873 $84,929
$10,214 $797 $1,936 $1,944 $4,429 $28,712
1980 $32,370 $1,391 $412 $868 $2,311 $936 $92,400
$11,722 $1,048 $1,800 $2,330 $5,218 $31,994
1981 $36,106 $1,509 $583 $853 $4,276 $991 $108,417
$11,842 $930 $2,230 $2,507 $6,095 $40,495
1982 $34,968 $1,613 $575 $819 $2,577 $810 $91,345
$11,444 $799 $3,121 $2,484 $6,802 $25,333
1983 $33,430 $1,475 $507 $888 $3,716 $860 $92,645
$12,212 $827 $2,355 $2,759 $7,597 $26,019
1984 $36,039 $2,042 $475 $2,035 $3,754 $841 $100,861
$13,444 $838 $2,141 $3,408 $8,053 $27,791
1985 $36,667 $1,613 $569 $2,046 $4,623 $904 $95,961
$13,378 $713 $1,947 $3,186 $8,701 $21,614
1986 $41,829 $1,606 $576 $2,436 $5,114 $742 $107,112
$14,487 $687 $1,713 $3,645 $9,515 $24,762
1987 $44,636 $1,891 $543 $2,436 $5,942 $824 $107,154
$14,402 $892 $1,489 $4,379 $0 $29,720
1988 $46,112 $2,092 $1,063 $2,630 $6,547 $1,130 $121,695
$16,912 $869 $1,247 $4,497 $10,920 $27,676
1989 $47,916 $2,516 $1,337 $2,605 $6,855 $1,080 $130,031
$18,792 $1,043 $1,048 $3,899 $11,723 $31,217
1990 $53,047 $2,457 $951 $2,790 $5,310 $1,113 $131,426
$18,698 $968 $808 $3,631 $11,942 $29,711
1991 $57,286 $2,642 $703 $2,681 $4,864 $1,008 $138,266
$18,768 $1,101 $648 $3,543 $12,641 $32,381
1992 $67,591 $2,464 $758 $2,672 $4,327 $818 $149,631
$19,971 $1,077 $1,997 $3,312 $12,995 $31,649
1993 $59,896 $2,420 $827 $2,672 $4,542 $763 $145,061
$19,165 $1,136 $1,597 $2,885 $12,995 $36,163
1994 $68,645 $2,246 $682 $3,045 $5,033 $563 $166,541
$19,113 $1,082 $1,622 $3,084 $14,417 $47,009
1995 $74,143 $2,550 $720 $3,188 $3,957 $634 $172,326
$20,479 $1,115 $1,846 $3,116 $15,089 $45,489
1996 $78,406 $2,702 $765 $2,453 $4,980 $669 $173,110
$22,902 $854 $1,895 $3,366 $15,516 $38,602
1997 $82,429 $2,820 $802 $1,890 $5,131 $633 $178,502
$29,278 $619 $818 $2,895 $13,775 $37,412
1998 $92,432 $3,339 $786 $1,850 $6,461 $675 $199,130
$23,346 $542 $1,721 $4,045 $14,704 $49,229
1999 $101,409 $2,968 $734 $1,861 $5,613 $659 $205,762
$23,737 $623 $1,777 $3,275 $15,289 $47,817
2000 $110,774 $3,479 $978 $2,215 $6,627 $1,210 $224,630
$29,486 $703 $1,432 $4,548 $16,561 $46,617
2001 $118,167 $3,251 $1,077 $2,479 $7,343 $1,421 $233,411
$28,920 $963 $2,066 $5,043 $16,561 $46,120
2002 $142,155 $2,666 $6,319 $2,500 $13,469 $1,148 $278,441
$29,995 $1,225 $4,253 $5,337 $19,537 $49,837
2003 $122,848 $2,695 $3,646 $2,516 $9,796 $1,057 $283,471
$28,771 $1,439 $4,919 $7,634 $21,132 $77,018
2004 $136,809 $2,938 $999 $2,254 $10,472 $1,406 $304,069
$28,250 $1,438 $7,582 $7,518 $20,516 $83,887
2005 $131,130 $2,519 $941 $2,457 $10,220 $1,211 $296,927
$30,536 $1,548 $9,657 $13,180 $22,071 $71,457
2006 $139,971 $3,964 $1,109 $2,580 $8,333 $1,975 $304,186
$31,880 $1,532 $9,042 $10,824 $20,800 $72,176

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Fall River Population By Age

Age Population Percent
0-9 Years 12,329 13.41%
10-19 Years 12,063 13.12%
20-29 Years 13,401 14.58%
30-39 Years 13,797 15.01%
40-49 Years 11,979 13.03%
50-59 Years 9,490 10.32%
60-69 Years 6,640 7.22%
70-79 Years 7,235 7.87%
80-89 Years 4,182 4.55%
90+ Years 822 0.89%

Fall River Population - Male/Female

Male/Female Population Percent
 Male 42,953 46.72%
 Female 48,985 53.28%

Fall River Population By Ethnicity

Ethnicity Population Percent
 Caucasian 82,274 89.49%
 Hispanic/Latino 3,040 3.31%
 African-American 2,097 2.28%
 Multiracial 2,061 2.24%
 Asian 1,980 2.15%
 Other Race 323 0.35%
 Amerindian 147 0.16%
 Pacific Islander 16 0.02%

Fall River Top Specified Ancestries

Rank Ancestry  Population Percent Of Specified Ancestries
1. Portuguese 43,253 47.29%
2. French Non-Basque 12,343 13.50%
3. Irish 9,023 9.87%
4. English 6,085 6.65%
5. French Canadian 5,445 5.95%
6. Italian 3,293 3.60%
7. Polish 3,148 3.44%
8. United States Or American 2,197 2.40%
9. German 1,386 1.52%
10. Lebanese 820 0.90%

Fall River Top Languages Spoken At Home

Rank Language  Population Percent Of Reported Languages
1. Only English 56,396 65.44%
2. Portuguese / Portuguese Creole 22,943 26.62%
3. French 1,923 2.23%
4. Spanish Or Spanish Creole 1,894 2.20%
5. Mon Khmer / Cambodian 1,217 1.41%
6. Arabic 507 0.59%
7. Polish 197 0.23%
8. Italian 180 0.21%
9. Chinese 160 0.19%
10. German 108 0.13%

Fall River Citizen Type

Type Population Percent
 Citizen by birth 73,722 80.19%
 Naturalized immigrant 9,742 10.60%
 Not a citizen 8,474 9.22%

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