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Freemansburg - Northampton countyPopulation 1,897
Freemansburg, Pennsylvania, in Northampton county, is 1 miles E of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and 47 miles N of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The town is considered part of the Allentown - Bethlehem - Easton metropolitan area. Freemansburg has a population of 1,897.
The People and Families of Freemansburg
In Freemansburg, about 52% of adults are married.
Approximately 12% of Freemansburg is non-white. The town boasts a diverse population for Pennsylvania, with several racial groups well-represented among the population.
Interestingly, Freemansburg is known for having more men than similar towns.
Wealth and Education
In 2000, Freemansburg had a median family income of $48,333. You could say that Freemansburg is a good place if you're looking to marry or date a rich person, with its relatively large population of well-paid single people.
Residents gave more to the Republican party than any of the others.
About 74% of housing units in Freemansburg are owner-occupied.
In Freemansburg, 95% of commuters drive to work. Commuters in the town are more likely, and able, to walk or bicycle to work than most. Freemansburg Population (2000)