Wisconsin State Guides

Wisconsin Information, Demograpgics, Realestate, Finance, Education, Media, Town and City

State Guides

flightsAirports and Airlines: Airports in the state of Wisconsin.
blue pagesBlue Pages: State facts, information and gov links.
chambers of commerceChambers of Commerce: Chambers of Commerce throughout the state.
collegeColleges and Trade Schools: College and University information and Campus locations.
worldCounties in Wisconsin: List of Counties in the State.
educationEducation: Education related sites for students, parents, educators and administrators.
golfGolf Courses: Golf Courses in the state, Golf Associations and Golfing Sites.
governmentGovernment Links: Local and State Government Sites.
hospitalsHospitals & Medical Facilities: Directory of Hospitals and Medical facilities in the state.
legalLegal Resources: Attorneys, Bar Associations, Courts, Documents and Records.
newspaperMedia: Television, Radio Stations, and Newspapers in Wisconsin.
newspaperNewspapers: Newspapers Publications throughout the state.
radioRadio Stations: AM and FM Radio Stations in the state of Wisconsin.
shopShopping Malls: Find local of shopping malls and shopping centers.
small businessSmall Business Resources: Resources for small businesses. Start, ManAge, or Promote a business.
worldState Facts: State specific information, facts, figures, slogans and symbols.
televisionTelevision: Local television stations, cable TV, Satellite TV and broadcasting sites.
worldTowns and Cities: Official Town and City Websites in the state of Wisconsin.
worldTravel and Tourism: Visitor and Travel information, secure online reservations.
yellow pagesYellow Pages: Business Directory.
Zoos: Directory of Zoos, Aquariums, Animal Sanctuaries, Safaris, and Preserves.

Interactive Wisconsin Counties Map

Population Over Time

According to census 2019 five year estimate, the Wisconsin population is 5,790,716 and in 2018 population is 5,778,394, with a change of 0.21%. From Year 2010 to 2019 the population changed to 2.64%.

Population 20195,790,716
Population 20185,778,394
Population 20175,763,217
Population 20165,754,798
Population 20155,742,117
Population 20145,724,692
Population 20135,706,871
Population 20125,687,219
Population 20115,664,893
Population 20105,637,947

Age Distribution/Median Age

The Median Age (half are younger, and half older, than this Age) of Wisconsin is 39.5.

Age Under 5 years335,862
Age 5 to 9 years353,234
Age 10 to 14 years370,606
Age 15 to 19 years382,187
Age 20 to 24 years399,559
Age 25 to 34 years729,630
Age 35 to 44 years700,677
Age 45 to 54 years758,584
Age 55 to 59 years422,722
Age 60 to 64 years387,978
Age 65 to 74 years550,118
Age 75 to 84 years277,954
Age 85 years and over127,396

16.47% percent of people in Wisconsin are aged 65 years and over. 22.12% percent of people are aged under 18 years in Wisconsin.

Median Age Over Time

The Median age compared to 2018 changed 0.2 years while compared to 2010 changed 1.4 years (Negative indicates median age is decreasing and Positive means median age increasing).

Median Age 201939.5
Median Age 201839.3
Median Age 201739.2
Median Age 201639.1
Median Age 201539.0
Median Age 201438.8
Median Age 201338.7
Median Age 201238.5
Median Age 201138.3
Median Age 201038.1


In Wisconsin, 81.3% people are white alone and 1.9% people are with two and more races.

White alone4,707,852
Black or African American alone364,815
Asian alone162,140
Two or more races110,024
American Indian and Alaska Native alone46,326
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone0

Hispanic or Latino

6.8% people are Hispanic or Latino and 4.9% people are Mexican.

Puerto Rican57,907
Other Hispanic or Latino46,326

Marital Status

Approximately 32.1% of people over the age of 15 have never married.
Approximately 50.6% of the population is currently in a marriage.
Never married includes those who've never entered a marriage and those whose first marriage was annulled. Married includes common law marriages and live-in couples and excludes separated marriages.

Now married (except separated)50.6
Never married32.1

Wisconsin Home Price Index

Wisconsin Home Median value is $180600.
The Home value change from 2019 to 2018 is 3.88% and from 2010 to 2019 is 6.42%.

Real Estate 2019 Median Value$180,600
Real Estate 2018 Median Value$173,600
Real Estate 2017 Median Value$169,300
Real Estate 2016 Median Value$167,000
Real Estate 2015 Median Value$165,800
Real Estate 2014 Median Value$165,900
Real Estate 2013 Median Value$167,100
Real Estate 2012 Median Value$169,000
Real Estate 2011 Median Value$169,700
Real Estate 2010 Median Value$169,000

Monthly Rent Prices

The Average Gross Monthly Rent price for house in Wisconsin is $856.
From 2010 to 2019 16.71% changed in Market rent in Wisconsin.

Median Gross Rent 2019$856
Median Gross Rent 2018$837
Median Gross Rent 2017$813
Median Gross Rent 2016$789
Median Gross Rent 2015$776
Median Gross Rent 2014$772
Median Gross Rent 2013$759
Median Gross Rent 2012$749
Median Gross Rent 2011$735
Median Gross Rent 2010$713

Fuel Type

Utility gas1,544,693
Bottled, tank, or LP gas268,401
Fuel oil, kerosene, etc.46,957
Other fuel21,880
No fuel used12,956
Solar energy691
Coal or coke551

Annual Household Income

Approximately 18% of Wisconsin population lives in a low-income household, or a household with an annual income of less than $25,000.
Lower Middle Class: The Second common household income level is lower middle class with approximately 55.7% of Wisconsin residents living in a household earning an annual income between $25,000 and $100,000.
Upper Middle Class: 26.4% Wisconsin residents living in a household earning an annual income more then $100K.

Estimate; Less than $10,0004.7
Estimate; $10,000 to $14,9994.3
Estimate; $15,000 to $24,9999.0
Estimate; $25,000 to $34,9999.4
Estimate; $35,000 to $49,99913.3
Estimate; $50,000 to $74,99918.8
Estimate; $75,000 to $99,99914.2
Estimate; $100,000 to $149,99915.8
Estimate; $150,000 to $199,9995.7
Estimate; $200,000 or more4.9

Median Income Over Time

The Median income from 2019 to 2010 changed to 16.44%

Median Income 2019 (Dollars)$61747
Median Income 2018 (Dollars)$59209
Median Income 2017 (Dollars)$56759
Median Income 2016 (Dollars)$54610
Median Income 2015 (Dollars)$53357
Median Income 2014 (Dollars)$52738
Median Income 2013 (Dollars)$52413
Median Income 2012 (Dollars)$52627
Median Income 2011 (Dollars)$52374
Median Income 2010 (Dollars)$51598

Employment Statistics

Wisconsin unemployment rate is 4.7 %.
Employed and unemployed numbers only account for people within the labor force. To be in the labor force one has to be at least 16 Years of Age and not institutionalized. The U.S. Armed forces include people on active duty in the Army, Air Force, Navy Marine Corps and Coast Guard.

Labor Force Participation Rate 201766.9
Employment/Population Ratio 201763.7
Unemployment Rate 20174.7
Labor Force Participation Rate 201666.9
Employment/Population Ratio 201663.2
Unemployment Rate 20165.5
Labor Force Participation Rate 201567.2
Employment/Population Ratio 201562.9
Unemployment Rate 20156.3
Labor Force Participation Rate 201467.4
Employment/Population Ratio 201462.5
Unemployment Rate 20147.2

Occupation Distribution

Educational services, and health care and social assistance698,568
Retail trade329,313
Arts, entertainment, and recreation, and accommodation and food services252,805
Professional, scientific, and management, and administrative and waste management services250,422
Finance and insurance, and real estate and rental and leasing181,084
Transportation and warehousing, and utilities135,231
Other services, except public administration124,066
Public administration102,425
Wholesale trade79,069
Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining66,179

Highest Degree Attained

Approximately 29% of the Wisconsin population attained Percent bachelor's degree or higher, and 91.7% people attained Percent high school graduate or higher. 83.4% of Wisconsin children enrolled in in public school and 16.6 % children enrolled in Private schools.

Enrolment Distributions

The Total Population 3 Years and over enrolled in school is 1,384,039.

Elementary school (grades 1-8)564,688
College or graduate school365,386
High school (grades 9-12)297,568
Nursery school, preschool73,354