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Clark Fork, ID - Demographics

Diversity and demographics are the vibrant threads that weave the tapestry of our community. Embracing this rich tapestry helps us understand not only who we are but also how we can forge stronger connections with one another. Whether you've been a part of our  Clark Fork for years or you're just starting your journey here, whether you're young or seasoned in life's experiences, the beauty of our diverse community is that it invites everyone to actively participate. By understanding our demographics, we not only celebrate our differences but also find common ground. So, let's come together to explore the mosaic of our  Clark Fork, learn from one another, and build a stronger, more inclusive community that embraces every individual, young and old. After all, it's our diversity that makes us unique, and our understanding of it that will bring us closer together.

The residents of  Clark Fork  have. unique make up that makes  Clark Fork  unique. Here are the demographics of  Clark Fork : 

Overview
  • Population

    849

  • Zip Code

    83811

  • Time Zone

    America/Los_Angeles

Age Groups (In Percentage)
  • Age Median

    9.99%

  • Age Under 10

    9.2%

  • Age 10 to 19

    21.6%

  • Age 20s

    2.7%

  • Age 30s

    12.2%

  • Age 40s

    17%

  • Age Over 80

    2.8%

Education (In Percentage)
  • Highschool

    31.2%

  • Bachelors

    6.7%

  • Graduate

    3.6%

  • College or Above

    10.3%

Family (In Percentage)
  • Male

    49.6%

  • Female

    50.4%

  • Married

    28.2%

  • Divorced

    33.1%

  • Never Married

    33.4%

  • Widowed

    5.2%

  • Family Size

    3

  • Family Dual Income

    58.8%

  • Home Ownership

    54.5%

  • Home Value

    116,691

  • Rent Median

    924

  • Rent Burden Ownership

    21.4%

Income (In Thousands)
  • Household Median

    36,761

  • Household under 5

    0

  • Household 5 to 10

    9

  • Household 10 to 15

    12

  • Household 15 to 20

    2

  • Household 20 to 25

    8

  • Household 25 to 35

    15

  • Household 35 to 50

    16

  • Household 50 to 75

    33

  • Household 75 to 100

    1

  • Household 100 to 150

    4

  • Household 150 Over

    0

  • Household Six Figure

    4

  • Income Individual Median

    17,250

Races (In Percentage)
  • White

    91.9%

  • Black

    0%

  • Asian

    0%

  • Native

    1.9%

  • Pacific

    0%

  • Others

    0%

  • Multiple

    6.2%

  • Hispanic

    0.5%

Miscellaneous (In Percentage)
  • Labor Force Participation

    60.2%

  • Unemployment Rate

    14.7%

  • Poverty

    34.3%

  • Limited English

    0%

  • Disabled

    18.8%

  • Commute Time

    21.2%

  • Health Uninsured

    19.1%

  • Veterans

    11.4%

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