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South Carolina Median Age

Median Age in Largest Cities


RankMedian Age
1.Columbia28.60
2.Charleston33.20
3.North Charleston29.90
4.Rock Hill31
5.Mt. Pleasant35.90
6.Greenville34.60
7.Sumter31.90
8.Spartanburg34.70
9.Summerville34.40
10.Hilton Head46
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Cities with Lowest Median Age (Population 5,000+)


RankMedian Age
1.Laurel Bay23.30
2.Clemson24.60
3.Goose Creek26.30
4.Orangeburg27.70
5.Burton28.60
6.Columbia28.60
7.North Charleston29.90
8.Port Royal29.90
9.St. Andrews30
10.Beaufort30.10
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Cities with Highest Median Age (Population 5,000+)


RankMedian Age
1.Garden City54.50
2.Little River49
3.North Myrtle Beach48.10
4.Murrells Inlet47
5.Hilton Head46
6.Camden43.20
7.Forest Acres42.50
8.Union40.40
9.Wade Hampton39.80
10.Walterboro39.60
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Cities with Lowest Median Age (Population 500+)


RankMedian Age
1.Laurel Bay23.30
2.Due West23.60
3.Central24.30
4.Clemson24.60
5.Goose Creek26.30
6.Orangeburg27.70
7.Duncan27.90
8.Burton28.60
9.Columbia28.60
10.Lancaster Mill29
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Cities with Highest Median Age (Population 500+)


RankMedian Age
1.Seabrook Island61.70
2.Kiawah Island61.20
3.Edisto Beach55.70
4.Garden City54.50
5.Inman Mills54.10
6.Lake Wylie51.40
7.Briarcliffe Acres50.70
8.Arcadia Lakes49.10
9.Little River49
10.North Myrtle Beach48.10
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