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Thompson - Susquehanna countyPopulation 299
Thompson, Pennsylvania, in Susquehanna county, is 32 miles N of Scranton, Pennsylvania and 104 miles NW of Newark, New Jersey. There are an estimated 299 people in the town.
The People and Families of Thompson
In Thompson, about 54% of adults are married. If kids are our future, then the future might look a little like Thompson. The kids here are young and many.
Males represent a higher percentage of the population in the town than in most places.
Wealth and Education
In 2000, Thompson had a median family income of $31,635. A tendency for its residents to work at home is one of the things that define the lifestyle in Thompson.
Party contributions tended to flow to the Republican team.
Approximately 66% of housing in Thompson is owner-occupied. The town sports a large amount of seasonal housing, typically for vacation or part-time use. Dwellings tend to be older, with average home age more advanced in Thompson than you'll find in other towns.
In Thompson, 88% of commuters drive to work. There just aren't a lot of public transporation users in the town. Thompson Population (2000)