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Missouri / Buffalo
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All Buffalo population data above are from the US Census Bureau.
With 3,068 people, Buffalo is the 199th most populated city in the state of Missouri out of 1,020 cities. But watch out, Buffalo, because Gray Summit with 3,058 people and Riverside with 3,046 people are right behind you.
The largest Buffalo racial/ethnic groups are White (94.9%) followed by Other (2.5%) and Hispanic (2.1%).
In 2012, the median household income of Buffalo residents was $33,839. Buffalo households made slightly more than Centertown households ($33,750), Chula households ($33,750), Elmo households ($33,750), Foster households ($33,750), Hartsburg households ($33,750), Hollister households ($33,832), Meta households ($33,750), Novelty households ($33,750), Rea households ($33,750), and St. Cloud households ($33,750) . However, 29.0% of Buffalo residents live in poverty.
The median age for Buffalo residents is 35.0 years young.