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South Carolina Male Median Age

Male Median Age in Largest Cities


RankMale Median Age
1.Columbia27.60
2.Charleston31.10
3.North Charleston28.80
4.Rock Hill30.20
5.Mt. Pleasant35.10
6.Greenville32.50
7.Sumter29.60
8.Spartanburg32.60
9.Summerville32.70
10.Hilton Head43.40
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Cities with Lowest Male Median Age (Population 5,000+)


RankMale Median Age
1.Laurel Bay23.40
2.Goose Creek23.50
3.Clemson24.20
4.Beaufort26.90
5.Burton27.30
6.Orangeburg27.40
7.Columbia27.60
8.Port Royal28.70
9.North Charleston28.80
10.Clinton29.10
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Cities with Highest Male Median Age (Population 5,000+)


RankMale Median Age
1.Garden City52.50
2.Little River49.20
3.North Myrtle Beach46.20
4.Murrells Inlet45.90
5.Hilton Head43.40
6.Camden39.80
7.Forest Acres39.80
8.Powderville37.90
9.Aiken37.70
10.Union37.70
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Cities with Lowest Male Median Age (Population 500+)


RankMale Median Age
1.Laurel Bay23.40
2.Goose Creek23.50
3.Central23.70
4.Due West23.90
5.Clemson24.20
6.Duncan26.60
7.Estill26.80
8.Mayesville26.80
9.Beaufort26.90
10.Burton27.30
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Cities with Highest Male Median Age (Population 500+)


RankMale Median Age
1.Seabrook Island63.70
2.Kiawah Island63
3.Edisto Beach54.90
4.Garden City52.50
5.Lake Wylie51.70
6.Briarcliffe Acres51.10
7.Little River49.20
8.Arcadia Lakes48.30
9.Lake Secession47.80
10.North Myrtle Beach46.20
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