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Whitehall - Lehigh countyPopulation 14,444
Whitehall, Pennsylvania, in Lehigh county, is 2 miles N of Allentown, Pennsylvania and 50 miles N of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The town is located in the Allentown - Bethlehem - Easton metropolitan area. Whitehall has a population of 14,444.
The People and Families of Whitehall
In Whitehall, about 57% of adults are married. Whitehall offers a lot of one-person housing.
In the most recent census it emerged that people are more likely female than male in the town, in comparison to similar towns. You'll feel comfortable in Whitehall if you're 65 since the town is home to many people that age or older.
Wealth and Education
In 2000, Whitehall had a median family income of $60,371. People in Whitehall generally have good earning power. The town has a large middle class. Whitehall enjoys an educated population. This town has lots of successful singles.
Residents of Whitehall gave more campaign money ($2,975) to George W. Bush than to the other people running for President in 2004. Residents gave more to the Republican party than any of the others.
Owners occupy 72% of the housing units in Whitehall. The average age of the housing in the town is relatively low. If the number of studio apartments and one-bedroom apartments is any indication, then Whitehall is a popular and practical place to live on one's own. Residents here pay higher tax bills for their homes, which generally means better schools and other local services.
In Whitehall, 82% of commuters drive to work. If you visit or move to Whitehall, try the public transportation system. Whitehall Population (2000)