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About Dorchester

In 2018, Dorchester, WI had a population of 852 people with a median age of 33.6 and a median household income of $55,179. Dorchester is in Clark County. The median property value in Dorchester, WI is $152,100 and the homeownership rate is 58%. The average commute time is 21.2 minutes
$152,100Median Home Value
$231,000 National
$1,470Median Rent
$1,500 National
4 /10 - 5 /10
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46 mins To Wausau, wi, usa

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Dorchester's population is made up of 54% married, 25% single, 13% divorced and 7% widowed. Baby Boomers make up the largest percentage of the population at 35%, while Millennials have the second largest segment at 28%. Homeowners make up 59% of the population in Dorchester.

327,000,000 National
661Population Density
  • 50% Male
  • 50% Female
34 Median Age
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The Per Capita income in Dorchester is $30,222. The Median Household Income is $55,179 and the Dorchester Unemployment Rate is 3%.

$30,222Income Per Capita
$63,690 National
$55,179Median Household Income
$68,703 National
14% Poverty Rate
10% National
3% Unemployment Rate
4% National
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$152,100Median Home Value
$1,470Median Rent
2Average Household Size

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Home Owners
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4 /10 - 5 /10
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Top Schools in Dorchester

Colby School District
202 West Dolf Street, Colby, WI, 54421
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Dorchester crime index is 43 which is lower than the national average. Click here to see the Safest Places to Live in Dorchester.

Crime Index
National Crime Index

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