Everyone is talking about this small town that is just a gas station in California, but now Mexico - bound travelers are expected to grow big over the next 20 years. Figure 1: Buckeye has 65,630 residents, which is the second largest population in Arizona state, according to the December 2019 American Community Survey released by the U.S. Census Bureau and the Bureau of Land Management (BLS). It shows that Buckeyes, Arizona, has an average annual growth rate of 2.5% and a median income of about $35,000, while its demographic data shows it is home to about 1.4 million people.
Figure 10 shows the percentage of Buckeye, Arizona Hispanics, including non-Hispanic whites, and the number of Hispanics in the population. Figure 11 compares the ratio of the number of men to the number of women and shows a percentage increase of 1.5% over the last 20 years for men and a decrease of 0.4% for women.
Compared to Avondale, where the percentage of the population born in the country is stated, Buckeye is 19.6% smaller than its area. The percentage of people who are single for any reason is broken down by persons who have never married, divorced or widowed, compared to the 50% average in the United States. Compared to Arizona, as measured by the percentage of its population born outside the capital, Phoenix, the population of men born in the last 20 years has increased by 1.5% and women by 0.4%. Measured in percent, if Arizona were single due to a 51% share, it would be about 8.0% smaller and 5.8% larger in population size, but still 4.3% larger than Arizona.
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The Arlington Robbins Butte Wildlife Area will delight birdwatchers, and the trails in the Buckeye Hills offer a variety of bird watching, hiking, mountain biking and other outdoor activities. If you enjoy horseback riding, Eagle Mountain Boarding Stables in the Rainbow Valley, south of Buckeyes, offers a wide selection of horses as well as a wide range of other riding options.
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is a 35-minute drive from downtown Buckeyes and is one of the busiest airports in the United States. In addition, Buckeyes is the only medical emergency center in Arizona equipped to transport critically ill emergencies to and from Phoenix hospitals. The nearest airport is the Phoenix - Maricopa County Regional Airport, which is located just a few miles away and serves the Arizona Department of Transportation (AZDOT) and Arizona Air National Guard.
Other undeveloped or planned communities in Buckeye include Douglas Ranch, which is planned for nearly 300,000 residents. Interstate 10 and Interstate 20 and intersects with the town of Buckeyes at the intersection of Interstate 40 and I-10 north of town.
Population estimates from the US Census Bureau show Buckeye was the fastest growing city in the United States in 2016, with a population growth rate of 8.5%, which, according to the Bureau of Land Management, could cause it to grow by 8-5% over the next five years. With a planned area of 660 square kilometers, Buckeyes could one day be home to more than 1,000 people, 55 times the current population.
Buckeye Arizona has one of the highest rates of single parent households in the United States. Buckeye has the third-highest percentage of people who are single for any reason and the second-highest single rate per 100,000 people, more than double the national average of 2.5 percent. It showed that Arizona has the highest number of unmarried people per 1,500 residents and the largest proportion of non-residents (3.1 percent), which was the fourth largest of all cities in America and the first largest of all cities born in that country.
Buckeye Arizona has the second highest proportion of women who have never been married (31% overall) and ranks second in the top 10 cities for the number of single parents per 100,000 inhabitants. BuckeyeArizona has one of the highest rates of men who have never married, ranked No.1 and had the third highest percentage of men who have never married in the whole of America (3.5 percent). Buckeyes Arizona had three times as many single people as the national average of 1.4 percent and had a rate of one - one-third - never married for any reason (2.1 percent) in its population.
Among the most important findings of the chart are: Buckeye Arizona has the second highest proportion of women who have never married (31.2% overall) and ranks second in the number of single parents per 100,000 inhabitants in America. Buckeyes Arizona had the third highest rate of people living at or below the poverty line (2.4 percent), had 44.5 percent of the total population, and ranked second on the list of cities with the highest poverty rate (1.3 percent). In the top 10 cities, measured by per capita income, it was 34.6, third in poverty, and $31.2 overall.