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South Carolina / Myrtle Beach
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Population Estimates Program 2012
With 28,292 people, Myrtle Beach is the 14th most populated city in the state of South Carolina out of 392 cities. But watch out, Myrtle Beach, because Anderson with 26,708 people and Greer with 26,645 people are right behind you.
The largest Myrtle Beach racial/ethnic groups are White (67.8%) followed by Black (13.7%) and Hispanic (13.7%).
In 2010, the median household income of Myrtle Beach residents was $37,669. Myrtle Beach households made slightly more than Wedgefield households ($37,609) and Piedmont households ($37,546). However, 21.4% of Myrtle Beach residents live in poverty.
The median age for Myrtle Beach residents is 39.2 years young.