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Vermont / St. Johnsbury
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All St. Johnsbury population data above are from the US Census Bureau.
With 6,420 people, St. Johnsbury is the 12th most populated city in the state of Vermont out of 117 cities. But watch out, St. Johnsbury, because Newport with 4,520 people and Springfield with 4,017 people are right behind you.
The largest St. Johnsbury racial/ethnic groups are White (93.0%) followed by Hispanic (2.9%) and Asian (2.1%).
In 2012, the median household income of St. Johnsbury residents was $35,233. St. Johnsbury households made slightly more than Lyndonville households ($34,464) and West Burke households ($35,114) . However, 16.8% of St. Johnsbury residents live in poverty.
The median age for St. Johnsbury residents is 41.2 years young.