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Nesquehoning - Carbon countyPopulation 3,288
Nesquehoning, Pennsylvania, in Carbon county, is 24 miles NW of Allentown, Pennsylvania and 71 miles NW of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Part of the surrounding Allentown - Bethlehem - Easton metro area, the town is not an isolated town. Nesquehoning is home to some 3,288 residents.
The People and Families of Nesquehoning
In Nesquehoning, about 50% of adults are married. People in Nesquehoning have space to make their own lives; many people there enjoy living in their own houses or apartments.
You'll see many senior citizens in the town.
Wealth and Education
In 2000, Nesquehoning had a median family income of $41,855. It's worth saying that successful single folks are not uncommon in Nesquehoning.
George W. Bush was the top money-getter ($200) among 2004 Presidential candidates in Nesquehoning. The Democratic party stood out in its ability to raise compaign money in the town.
According to the 2000 census, 77% of the housing in Nesquehoning was owner-occupied. The town presents in interesting mix of housing units, including some used primarily seasonally or for vacations. You may be likely to find historic buildings in the town as the average housing age is high.
In Nesquehoning, 93% of commuters drive to work. If you like the choice of taking public transportation instead of driving, take a look at the town. Nesquehoning Population (2000)