Ramona By the Numbers: 39.4 Years

A look at Ramona's demographics shows an older populace than the county median.

The median age of a Ramona resident is 39.4, higher than the median age in the county and state, according to the U.S. Census Bureau's 2010 Demographic Profile.

The median age of Ramonans is nearly five years older than in San Diego County (34.6), about four years more than in California (35.2) and only about two years higher than the national median (37.2).

27 percent of residents are under age 18 and 10.8 percent are older than 65.

The data covers the 90265 zip code and can be viewed here.

COMMENT: How do you think the older median age in town affects Ramona?
Joe Minervini January 29, 2014 at 10:18 AM
The data indicates about 27% of Ramona population is over the age of 50. The older population is an indication why Ramonans wish Ramona to stay rural. We moved to Ramona because it was rural and our local organization, "Citizens For A Rural Ramona" (CFARR) will continue to work with that goal. I'm in the phone book.


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