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Stockertown - Northampton countyPopulation 687
Stockertown, Pennsylvania, in Northampton county, is 10 miles NE of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and 55 miles N of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The people of the town are in the Allentown - Bethlehem - Easton metropolitan area. Stockertown has a population of 687.
The People and Families of Stockertown
In Stockertown, about 62% of adults are married.
Wealth and Education
In 2000, Stockertown had a median family income of $59,375. Stockertown is full of successful families and individuals. The town, compared to most towns like it, can boast of a large population of high-income unmarried people.
Residents gave more to the Democratic party than any of the others.
In Stockertown, 70% of the houses and apartments are occupied by the owners, not rented out. You're likely to find a number of older homes if you drive around the town -- the mean age of housing units is fairly high here. Stockertown has higher property taxes than most places in Pennsylvania, which provides more money for local schools and services.
In Stockertown, 94% of commuters drive to work. If gasoline prices keep going up, consider living in towns like Stockertown; a good number of people there walk and bicycle to work. Stockertown Population (2000)