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Illinois / Zion
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All Zion population data above are from the US Census Bureau.
With 24,339 people, Zion is the 98th most populated city in the state of Illinois out of 1,364 cities. But watch out, Zion, because Homer Glen with 24,320 people and Rolling Meadows with 24,289 people are right behind you.
The largest Zion racial/ethnic groups are Black (33.5%) followed by White (31.2%) and Hispanic (28.8%).
In 2013, the median household income of Zion residents was $44,389. Zion households made slightly more than Bunker Hill households ($44,375), Mound Station households ($44,375), Nilwood households ($44,375), Princeton households ($44,339), Rutland households ($44,375), and Tiskilwa households ($44,375) . However, 18.8% of Zion residents live in poverty.
The median age for Zion residents is 30.9 years young.