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Jacksonville Miami
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Mayor John Peyton (to June 2011) Manuel A. Diaz (to Nov. 2009)
2000 census population 735,617 (14) 362,470 (47)
Male Population 356,284 (48.4%) 180,194 (49.7%)
Female Population 379,333 (51.6%) 182,276 (50.3%)
White Population 474,307 (64.5%) 241,470 (66.6%)
Black Population 213,514 (29.0%) 80,858 (22.3%)
American Indian and Alaska Native Population 2,474 (0.3%) , 810 (0.2%)
Asian Population 20,427 (2.8%) 2,376 (0.7%)
Hispanic/Latino Population 30,594 (4.2%). 2000 percent population 18 and over 238,351 (65.8%). 2000 percent population 18 and over
Two or more races Population 14,631 (2.0%) 17,182 (4.7%)
Other race Population 9,816 (1.3%) 19,644 (5.4%)
65 and over 10.3% 17.0%
Median age 33.8 37.7
2005 population estimate (rank) 782,623 (13) 386,417 (45)
Land area 758 (square miles) 36 (square miles)
Avg. alt. in Highest 71 (ft) ...
Avg. alt. in lowest (ft) ...
Avg. temp in Jan. 52.4 (f) 67.2 (f)
Avg. temp in July 81.6 (f) 82.6 (f)
Churches Protestant: 794
Roman Catholic: 21
Jewish: 5
others: 22
1 Protestant: 850
Roman Catholic: 61
Jewish: 64
Radio stations AM: 14
FM: 16
1 29
Television stations 6 commercial
1 PBS
1 religious
1 9 TV
1 Cable
Unemployed 17,800(2.8%) 84,500 2 (3.1 2 %)
Per capita personal income (MSA) 2004 32,283 (dollar) 34,278 (dollar)
Chamber of Commerce Jacksonville Area Chamber of Commerce, 3 Independent Dr., Jacksonville, FL 32202 Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, 1601 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL 33132
Civilian Labor Force (MSA) April 2006 639,400 ...
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