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West Virginia Male Median Age

Male Median Age in Largest Cities


RankMale Median Age
1.Charleston38.80
2.Huntington33.80
3.Parkersburg37.70
4.Wheeling40.20
5.Morgantown22.80
6.Weirton42
7.Fairmont35.70
8.Beckley39.40
9.Clarksburg37.30
10.Martinsburg35.70
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Cities with Lowest Male Median Age (Population 5,000+)


RankMale Median Age
1.Morgantown22.80
2.Buckhannon29.20
3.Huntington33.80
4.Hurricane35.20
5.Elkins35.40
6.Keyser35.60
7.Fairmont35.70
8.Martinsburg35.70
9.Cross Lanes36.10
10.Teays Valley36.80
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Cities with Highest Male Median Age (Population 5,000+)


RankMale Median Age
1.Weirton42
2.St. Albans41.80
3.Bridgeport41
4.Princeton41
5.Vienna40.80
6.South Charleston40.20
7.Wheeling40.20
8.Bluefield39.80
9.Beckley39.40
10.New Martinsville39.40
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Cities with Lowest Male Median Age (Population 500+)


RankMale Median Age
1.West Liberty21
2.Bethany21.30
3.Athens21.80
4.Glenville22.70
5.Morgantown22.80
6.Montgomery23
7.Salem24.80
8.Buckhannon29.20
9.Anmoore31.30
10.Clay31.80
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Cities with Highest Male Median Age (Population 500+)


RankMale Median Age
1.Pineville48.10
2.Gary47.30
3.Glen Dale44.40
4.Rainelle44.30
5.Lewisburg44.20
6.Gassaway44.10
7.Stanaford43.90
8.Welch43.90
9.Wellsburg43.80
10.Ceredo43.50
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