Located in the Lone Star State, as of the 2010 census, Tyler had a population of 97,705. This makes Tyler the thirty-second-most populous city in the state of Texas and the two hundred seventieth-most populous city in the United States, overall.
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Listed below you will find population, income and education related statistics, as well as other pertinent information, for Tyler, TX.
|When compared to the state's average median age of 33.9 years, Tyler's median age is 0.3 years younger.|
|When compared to the median income of individuals working in Texas, Tyler's average income is $381 less than that of the state.|
|No Degree and/or Diploma||4%|
|High School Diploma and/or GED||35%|
|Masters Degree or Higher||17%|
|Tyler has 6% fewer citizens, with only high school diploma and/or GEDs, than the general population's average, in Texas.|
|County Name||Smith County|
|City Homepage||Visit this City's Official Site|
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