All Josephine County population data above are from the US Census Bureau except for the population projection data, which are from the Oregon Office of Economic Development. Long-term Oregon State's County Population Forecast, 2010 - 2050. Released 2013. Downloaded April 2014.
With 83,599 people, Josephine County is the 12th most populated county in the state of Oregon out of 36 counties. But watch out, Josephine County, because Polk County with 77,916 people and Umatilla County with 76,705 people are right behind you.
The largest Josephine County racial/ethnic groups are White (87.9%) followed by Hispanic (6.8%) and Two or More (3.4%).
In 2013, the median household income of Josephine County residents was $38,298. Josephine County households made slightly more than Harney County households ($38,113) and Wheeler County households ($37,974) . However, 17.0% of Josephine County residents live in poverty.
The median age for Josephine County residents is 48.0 years young.
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