Greenville, Illinois, in Bond county, is 49 miles E of Florissant, Missouri (center to center) and 50 miles E of St. Louis, Missouri. The city has a population of 6,955.
In Greenville, about 35% of adults are married. Lots of people in Greenville live independently, in one-person housing.
Among adults, males are better represented than women in the city.
In 2000, Greenville had a median family income of $45,557. Home offices are common in Greenville. The city, compared to most cities like it, can boast of a large population of high-income unmarried people.
Residents gave more to the Republican party than any of the others.
In Greenville, 70% of the houses and apartments are occupied by the owners, not rented out. And yes, you can rent a place in the city without breaking the bank.
In Greenville, 80% of commuters drive to work. If gasoline prices keep going up, consider living in cities like Greenville; a good number of people there walk and bicycle to work. Most residents would agree that driving around the city is a bit easier than around other cities of its size.
Greenville strengths, compared to Peers (similar size places nationally) or State (other places in Illinois):
|Short Commute Times |
|Affordability of Rents |
|Walking and Biking to Work |
|Well-Paid Single Men |
|Racial Diversity |
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