Richmond, Indiana, in Wayne county, is 34 miles NW of Middletown, Ohio (center to center) and 51 miles NW of Cincinnati, Ohio. The city has a population of 39,124.
In Richmond, about 47% of adults are married. Lots of people in Richmond live independently, in one-person housing.
The government tells us that the city features an unusually large number of women. People 65 and older make up an important part of the community in Richmond.
In 2000, Richmond had a median family income of $38,346.
In the 2004 Presidential fund-raising sweepstakes, George W. Bush came out ahead among Richmond residents, with $8,780. Residents gave more to the Republican party than any of the others.
In Richmond, 59% of the houses and apartments are occupied by the owners, not rented out. You're likely to find a number of older homes if you drive around the city -- the mean age of housing units is fairly high here.
In Richmond, 92% of commuters drive to work. Most residents would agree that driving around Richmond is a bit easier than around other cities of its size.
Richmond strengths, compared to Peers (similar size places nationally) or State (other places in Indiana):
|Short Commute Times |
|Racial Diversity |
|Affordability of Rents |
|Affordability of Property Taxes |
|Public Transportation Use |
|Walking and Biking to Work |
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