Loudoun County, Virginia is a vibrant and diverse area with a population of 432,085. It is the fourth most populated county in the state and borders Frederick County (Maryland), Montgomery County (Maryland), Washington County (Maryland), Clarke County (Virginia), Fairfax County (Virginia), Fauquier County (Virginia), Prince William County (Virginia), and Jefferson County (West Virginia). Its official motto, I Byde My Time, is taken from the coat of arms of the Earl of Loudoun. None of the households in Loudoun County reported speaking a language other than English at home as a shared primary language. The county's demographics are quite varied and can be explored through various data points. For instance, the chart below shows households in Loudoun County, Virginia, distributed among a number of income groups compared to the national averages for each group.
The table below shows how the number of patients seen by primary care doctors has changed over time in Loudoun County, Virginia, compared to neighboring geographies. The following chart shows the percentage of foreign-born residents in Loudoun County, Virginia, compared to that of their neighboring and parent geographies. The table below shows the 7 races represented in Loudoun County, Virginia, as a proportion of the total population. Property taxes in Loudoun County, Virginia can also be compared to those of its neighboring geographies. The chart below the paragraph shows property taxes in Loudoun County, Virginia, compared to the geographies of your parents and neighbors.
The table below shows the percentages of U. S. citizenship in Loudoun County, Virginia, compared to its neighboring geographies and matrices. The most popular specializations in Loudoun County, Virginia are Mental Health Counseling (41 and 26.8%), General Psychology (36 and 23.5%), and Strategic Intelligence (21 and 13.7%). The largest universities in Loudoun County, Virginia by number of degrees awarded are Divine Mercy University (44,586 (92 and 60.1%) and Patrick Henry College (61 and 39.9%).
The following chart shows how the percentage of uninsured people in Loudoun County, Virginia changed over time compared to the percentage of people enrolled in various types of health insurance. Analysis of population and housing data such as age, race, income and household size, as well as vacancy rates can provide valuable insights into the demographics of Loudoun County, Virginia. In conclusion, Loudoun County is a diverse area with a wide range of demographics that can be explored through various data points. From income groups to foreign-born residents to university degrees awarded to health insurance enrollment rates - there is much to learn about this vibrant county.