Central Islip, New York, in Suffolk county, is 2 miles E of Brentwood, New York (center to center) and 40 miles E of New York, New York. The town is considered part of the Nassau - Suffolk metropolitan area. Central Islip has a population of 31,950.
In Central Islip, about 42% of adults are married. Households are larger than most, which is consistent with the family emphasis of the town.
Approximately 52% of Central Islip is non-white. The town boasts a diverse population for New York, with several racial groups well-represented among the population.
In 2000, Central Islip had a median family income of $57,252.
In the 2004 election, John Kerry was the top Presidential fund-raiser in Central Islip ($1,750). Residents gave more to the Democratic party than any of the others.
About 73% of housing units in Central Islip are owner-occupied. Housing in the town tends to be newer construction.
In Central Islip, 88% of commuters drive to work.
Central Islip strengths, compared to Peers (similar size places nationally) or State (other places in New York):
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