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Ohio Male Median Age

Male Median Age in Largest Cities


RankMale Median Age
1.Columbus29.80
2.Cleveland31.60
3.Cincinnati30.70
4.Toledo31.60
5.Akron32.60
6.Dayton30.80
7.Youngstown33.90
8.Parma37.70
9.Canton32.60
10.Lorain32.90
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Cities with Lowest Male Median Age (Population 5,000+)


RankMale Median Age
1.Oxford21.40
2.Athens21.80
3.Ada21.90
4.Bowling Green22.70
5.Oberlin23
6.Kent23.40
7.Nelsonville24.30
8.Painesville29.60
9.Columbus29.80
10.Fairborn29.90
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Cities with Highest Male Median Age (Population 5,000+)


RankMale Median Age
1.Beachwood48.20
2.Pepper Pike47.60
3.Sandusky South47.20
4.Woodbourne-Hyde Park46.80
5.Seven Hills45.80
6.Montrose-Ghent45.60
7.The Village of ...45
8.Brecksville44.10
9.St. Clairsville43.20
10.Kenwood42.80
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Cities with Lowest Male Median Age (Population 500+)


RankMale Median Age
1.Cedarville20.80
2.Urbancrest20.80
3.Hiram20.90
4.Wilberforce20.90
5.Gambier21
6.Oxford21.40
7.Rio Grande21.50
8.New Concord21.60
9.Athens21.80
10.Ada21.90
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Cities with Highest Male Median Age (Population 500+)


RankMale Median Age
1.Bratenahl51.80
2.Meyers Lake51.60
3.Waite Hill51.30
4.Hunting Valley50.10
5.Marblehead48.40
6.Beachwood48.20
7.Amberley47.90
8.Moreland Hills47.80
9.Pepper Pike47.60
10.Gates Mills47.40
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