All Stockton population data above are from the US Census Bureau.
With 305,658 people, Stockton is the 13th most populated city in the state of California out of 1,501 cities. But watch out, Stockton, because Chula Vista with 265,757 people and Irvine with 256,927 people are right behind you.
The largest Stockton racial/ethnic groups are Hispanic (42.1%) followed by White (21.6%) and Asian (21.0%).
In 2015, the median household income of Stockton residents was $44,797. Stockton households made slightly more than Bay Point households ($44,745) and Sierra Village households ($44,648) . However, 25.3% of Stockton residents live in poverty.
The median age for Stockton residents is 31.3 years young.
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