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California / Palm Springs
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Population Estimates Program 2012
With 45,907 people, Palm Springs is the 193rd most populated city in the state of California out of 1,487 cities. But watch out, Palm Springs, because San Luis Obispo with 45,878 people and Ceres with 45,719 people are right behind you.
The largest Palm Springs racial/ethnic groups are White (63.6%) followed by Hispanic (25.3%) and Asian (4.3%).
In 2010, the median household income of Palm Springs residents was $44,728. Palm Springs households made slightly more than Soda Bay households ($44,722) and Parkway households ($44,688). However, 11.9% of Palm Springs residents live in poverty.
The median age for Palm Springs residents is 51.6 years young.