86% of people CANNOT find the data they're looking for on the US Census Bureau website. Source: Nielsen Norman Group
Utah / Eureka
Now you can skip hours of internet research and jump straight to getting answers with our meaningful at-a-glance Demographic Starter Report. With the most current & most popular demographic data points, it's the perfect starting point for your research about Eureka.
Population Estimates Program 2012
With 667 people, Eureka is the 194th most populated city in the state of Utah out of 323 cities. But watch out, Eureka, because Eden with 655 people, Hoytsville with 655 people, and Fort Duchesne with 626 people are right behind you.
In 2010, the median household income of Eureka residents was $42,250. Eureka households made slightly more than New Harmony households ($42,188) and Mayfield households ($42,083). However, 7.2% of Eureka residents live in poverty.
The median age for Eureka residents is 35.7 years young.
The largest Eureka racial/ethnic groups are White (95.4%) followed by Hispanic (3.9%) and Two or more races (0.4%).
You are looking at a sample report for Washington, D.C. Your report will include the most current data for Eureka, UT and will have the same charts & graphs as this sample.
Your Eureka, UT Report includes: