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Profile of Congressional District 3, NY


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2022 population: 776,626

2022 Census data
White:447,154 57.58%
Black:24,4163.14%
Indian:9480.12%
Asian:174,15122.42%
2+ races:17,0212.19%
Hispanic:104,31613.43%
Total non-White:329,47242.42%




    

Age, Family & Household Data for Congressional District 3, NY

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Median Age:
Under 18:
Voting Age Population:
Over 65:
Households:
Persons Per HH:
Families (%HH):
Married Couples (%Fams):
Single Mothers (%Fams):
Non-Family (%HH):

2022
NumberPercent
44.2
159,268 20.5%
617,358 79.5%
159,897 20.6%
267,119
2.87
201,527 75.4%
165,452 82.1%
7,772 3.9%
65,592 24.6%
    

2022 Housing Data for Congressional District 3, NY

Housing Data
 Number%
Housing Units281,128 
Median Value$694,000 
Occupied267,11995.0%
Vacant14,0095.0%
Owned215,24380.6%
Rented51,87619.4%
Median Rent$2,198 
Single-Family Units206,42973.4%
    Detached191,13268.0%
    Attached15,2975.4%
Buldings with 5+ Units38,28413.6%
Mobile Homes7170.3%

2022 Income & Employment Data for Congressional District 3, NY

Household Income
RangeNumber%
Less than $10,0009,0843.4%
$10,000 to $14,9993,7191.4%
$15,000 to $19,9994,8331.8%
$20,000 to $24,9994,9161.8%
$25,000 to $29,9995,2612.0%
$30,000 to $34,9995,0601.9%
$35,000 to $39,9994,5081.7%
$40,000 to $44,9995,5152.1%
$45,000 to $49,9995,2742.0%
$50,000 to $59,99910,4443.9%
$60,000 to $74,99915,2595.7%
$75,000 to $99,99926,4669.9%
$100,000 to $124,99926,4589.9%
$125,000 to $149,99922,6928.5%
$150,000 to $199,99938,17414.3%
$200,000 or more79,45629.7%
Median Household Income132,794 
Per Capita Income63,846 
Welfare Households
 Number%
SSI9,7143.6%
Public Assistance5,4152.0%
Public Asst. or Food Stamps13,8455.2%
Labor Force, Ages 25-64
 Number%
Employed299,18172.9%
Unemployed14,2423.5%
In Armed Forces1700.0%
Total Labor Force313,59376.4%
Not in Labor Force96,79023.6%
Real Unemployment Rate 27.1%
Class of Worker
 MaleFemale% Male
Private Sector130,445107,21654.9%
Non-Profit14,42322,21539.4%
Self-Employed30,57015,00167.1%
Local Government18,36825,29842.1%
State Government5,8845,88950.0%
Federal Government4,3772,10867.5%
Total Private + Self161,015122,21756.8%
Total Non-Profit + Govt.43,05255,51043.7%
Total204,067177,72753.4%
Pct. Govt.16.2%  
Occupation
 Number%
Management, Business, Science, Arts79,39920.7%
Sales and Office Occupations83,43721.8%
Professional, Technical121,59231.8%
Service Occupations51,93513.6%
Farming, Forestry, Fishing3890.1%
All others46,31012.1%
White Collar 74.3%
Industry
 Number%
Educational services and health care48,35512.6%
Professional, scientific, management40,71210.6%
Retail trade34,4169.0%
Finance, insurance and real estate32,0498.4%
Construction20,8225.4%
Accommodation, food svcs, recreation17,6114.6%
Public administration17,6034.6%
Transportation, warehousing, utilities17,2154.5%
Manufacturing16,8584.4%
Other services15,3974.0%
Wholesale trade11,7143.1%
Information9,7912.6%
Farming, forestry, fishing, mining5560.1%

2022 Ancestry, Citizenship & Language Data for Congressional District 3, NY

Hispanic Breakdown
CountryNumber%
Mexican7,0480.91%
Puerto Rican18,7532.41%
Cuban3,9030.50%
Dominican10,7471.38%
Total Central American26,6943.44%
Costa Rican8660.11%
Guatemalan2,4060.31%
Honduran3,6760.47%
Nicaraguan3640.05%
Panamanian4340.06%
Salvadoran18,9022.43%
Other Central American460.01%
Total South American26,8453.46%
Argentinean2,2650.29%
Bolivian4700.06%
Chilean1,1970.15%
Colombian10,8411.40%
Ecuadorian5,1790.67%
Paraguayan2940.04%
Peruvian5,0560.65%
Uruguayan4470.06%
Venezuelan6400.08%
Other South American4560.06%
Other Hispanic10,3261.33%
Asian Breakdown
CountryNumber%
Chinese61,8617.97%
Indian53,9276.94%
Korean22,7052.92%
Filipino8,4171.08%
Bangladeshi4,9760.64%
Taiwanese2,1580.28%
Japanese1,8450.24%
Vietnamese8840.11%
Thai7920.10%
Language Spoken at Home
LanguageNumber%
English472,49564.0%
Other Indo-European82,28411.2%
Spanish70,5109.6%
Chinese49,2136.7%
Korean18,0512.4%
Other Asian14,5662.0%
Russian, Polish, other Slavic9,7501.3%
French, Haitian, Cajun5,5630.8%
Tagalog5,3500.7%
Ancestry
CountryNumber%
Italian134,94117.4%
Irish83,61010.8%
German56,3407.3%
Polish31,0774.0%
American29,2503.8%
Russian21,1872.7%
English19,0952.5%
Greek18,5302.4%
Eastern European13,4471.7%
Iranian9,5531.2%
European8,8971.1%
French5,3050.7%
Hungarian4,8320.6%
Guyanese4,4490.6%
Austrian4,0310.5%
Citizenship & Nativity
 Number%
U.S. citizen717,44792.4%
Not a citizen59,1797.6%
Native567,63773.1%
Foreign-born208,98926.9%

2022 Educational Attainment Data for Congressional District 3, NY

Educational Attainment, Population 25 Years and Older
< 9 Years9-12 YearsH.S. Grad or GEDSome CollegeBach. DegreeGrad Degree
26,032 4.7%20,589 3.7%108,434 19.5%114,912 20.6%155,320 27.9%131,531 23.6%
  Average years of education: 14.4
Population 25 Years and Older
< 9 Years 26,032 4.7%
9-12 Years 20,589 3.7%
H.S. Grad or GED 108,434 19.5%
Some College 114,912 20.6%
Bach. Degree 155,320 27.9%
Grad Degree 131,531 23.6%
Average years of education: 14.4

Source for the above data: U.S. Census Bureau / American Community Survey (1 year-estimates)



Historical U.S. House Election Results for Congressional District 3, NY

Click on the District to view county-level data for that election (where available).
NOTE: Results prior to 2022 are for districts which previously covered much of this area, regardless of district number.

DateDistrictWinnerRunner-Up OtherTotal Votes
2022-11-08 NY03George Santos (R,C) 145,824 53.7% Robert Zimmerman (D,WF) 125,404 46.2% 103 0.0% 271,331
Redistricting effect (2022); the partisan balance of the district was moved to the RIGHT by approximately 1% compared to 2020.
2020-11-03 NY03Thomas Suozzi* (D,In,WF) 208,555 55.9% George Santos (R,C) 161,931 43.4% 2,295 0.6% 372,781
2018-11-06 NY03Thomas Suozzi* (D,In,WE,WF) 157,456 59.0% Dan DeBono (R,C) 109,514 41.0% 92 0.0% 267,062
2016-11-08 NY03Thomas Suozzi (D) 167,758 47.8% Jack Martins (R,C,Rf) 149,577 42.6% 33,661 9.6% 350,996
2014-11-04 NY03Steve Israel* (D,In,WF) 90,032 52.6% Grant Lally (R,C) 74,269 43.4% 6,862 4.0% 171,163
2012-11-06 NY03Steve Israel* (D,In,WF) 157,602 57.8% Stephen Labate (R,C) 113,021 41.4% 2,084 0.8% 272,707
Redistricting effect (2012); the partisan balance of the district was moved to the LEFT by approximately 6% compared to 2010.
2010-11-02 NY03Peter King* (R,C,In) 131,674 71.9% Howard Kudler (D) 51,346 28.0% 67 0.0% 183,087
2008-11-04 NY03Peter King* (R,C,In) 172,774 63.9% Graham Long (D,WF) 97,525 36.1% 0 0.0% 270,299
2006-11-07 NY03Peter King* (R,C,In) 101,787 56.0% David Mejias (D,WF) 79,843 44.0% 0 0.0% 181,630
2004-11-02 NY03Peter King* (R,C,In) 171,259 63.0% Blair Mathies (D) 100,737 37.0% 0 0.0% 271,996
2002-11-05 NY03Peter King* (R,C,RTL,In) 121,537 71.9% Stuart Finz (D) 46,022 27.2% 1,513 0.9% 169,072
Redistricting effect (2002); the partisan balance of the district was moved to the RIGHT by approximately 3% compared to 2000.
2000-11-07 NY03Peter King* (R,C,RTL,In) 143,126 59.5% Dal Lamagna (D,Grn,WF) 95,787 39.8% 1,515 0.6% 240,428
1998-11-03 NY03Peter King* (R,C,RTL) 117,258 64.3% Kevin Langberg (D) 63,628 34.9% 1,497 0.8% 182,383
1996-11-05 NY03Peter King* (R,C,F) 127,972 55.3% Dal Lamagna (D,In) 97,518 42.1% 5,936 2.6% 231,426
1994-11-08 NY03Peter King* (R,C) 115,236 59.2% Norma Grill (D) 77,774 40.0% 1,522 0.8% 194,532
1992-11-03 NY03Peter King (R,C) 124,727 49.6% Steve Orlins (D) 116,915 46.5% 9,980 4.0% 251,622
Redistricting effect (1992); the partisan balance of the district was changed by less than 1% compared to 1990.
1990-11-06 NY03Robert Mrazek* (D,L) 73,029 53.3% Robert Previdi (R,C) 59,089 43.1% 4,915 3.6% 137,033
1988-11-08 NY03Robert Mrazek* (D) 128,336 57.2% Robert Previdi (R,C) 91,122 40.6% 4,848 2.2% 224,306
1986-11-04 NY03Robert Mrazek* (D) 83,985 56.4% Joseph Guarino (R,C) 60,367 40.6% 4,440 3.0% 148,792
1984-11-06 NY03Robert Mrazek* (D) 120,191 51.0% Robert Quinn (R,C) 112,909 47.9% 2,651 1.1% 235,751
1982-11-02 NY03Robert Mrazek (D) 93,846 51.8% John LeBoutillier* (R,C) 83,238 46.0% 4,049 2.2% 181,133
Redistricting effect (1982); the partisan balance of the district was moved to the LEFT by approximately 1% compared to 1980.
1980-11-04 NY03Gregory Carman (R,C) 87,952 50.1% Jerome Ambro* (D,RTL) 83,389 47.5% 4,316 2.5% 175,657
1978-11-07 NY03Jerome Ambro* (D) 70,526 50.9% Gregory Carman (R,C) 66,458 47.9% 1,686 1.2% 138,670
1976-11-02 NY03Jerome Ambro* (D) 94,265 52.0% Howard Hogan (R,C) 84,824 46.8% 2,350 1.3% 181,439
1974-11-04 NY03Jerome Ambro (D) 76,383 51.8% Angelo Roncallo* (R,C) 67,986 46.1% 3,191 2.2% 147,560
1972-11-07 NY03Angelo Roncallo (R) 103,620 53.1% Carter Bales (D) 73,429 37.6% 18,111 9.3% 195,160
Redistricting effect (1972); the partisan balance of the district was moved to the RIGHT by approximately 6% compared to 1970.
1970-11-03 NY03Lester Wolff* (D,L) 94,414 54.4% Raymond Rice (R) 66,196 38.1% 12,925 7.4% 173,535
1968-11-05 NY03Lester Wolff* (D,L) 98,226 52.1% Abe Seldin (R) 75,910 40.2% 14,556 7.7% 188,692
1966-11-08 NY03Lester Wolff* (D,L) 81,959 50.2% Steven Derounian (R) 81,122 49.7% 221 0.1% 163,302
1964-11-03 NY03Lester Wolff (D,L) 96,503 50.7% Steven Derounian* (R) 93,883 49.3% 1 0.0% 190,387
1962-11-06 NY03Steven Derounian* (R) 86,430 59.2% George Soll (D,L) 59,635 40.8% 3 0.0% 146,068
1960-11-08 NY02Steven Derounian* (R) 139,423 61.0% John Drury (D,L) 89,176 39.0% 0 0.0% 228,599
1958-11-04 NY02Steven Derounian* (R) 113,820 60.5% Walter Lynch (D,L) 74,194 39.5% 0 0.0% 188,014
1956-11-06 NY02Steven Derounian* (R) 148,098 67.5% Julius D'Amato (D,L) 71,422 32.5% 0 0.0% 219,520
1954-11-02 NY02Steven Derounian* (R) 98,610 63.7% William Brennan (D,L) 55,477 35.8% 745 0.5% 154,832
1952-11-04 NY02Steven Derounian (R) 132,512 68.8% Joseph Liff (D) 54,725 28.4% 5,294 2.7% 192,531
*: incumbent           sp: special election           RO: runoff election

Historical Presidential Election Results for Congressional District 3, NY


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YearTurnout WinnerRunner-Up OtherTotal Votes Diff
(St)
Diff
(US)
PSV
2020 redist Joe Biden (D) 213,371 53.6% Donald Trump* (R) 180,840 45.4% 3,878 1.0% 398,089 8 -1 4.61%
2020 68% Joe Biden (D) 216,247 54.7% Donald Trump* (R) 175,089 44.3% 4,100 1.0% 395,436 7 -3 4.58%
2016 60% Hillary Clinton (D) 178,288 51.6% Donald Trump (R) 156,942 45.5% 10,045 2.9% 345,275 9 0 4.47%
2012 55% Barack Obama* (D) 155,451 50.8% Mitt Romney (R) 147,617 48.2% 3,153 1.0% 306,221 13 1 4.32%
2008 65% John McCain (R) 164,682 51.9% Barack Obama (D) 149,995 47.3% 2,654 0.8% 317,331 16 6 4.15%
2004 64% George W. Bush* (R) 162,181 51.7% John Kerry (D) 147,317 46.9% 4,332 1.4% 313,830 12 1 4.25%
2000 60% Albert Gore, Jr. (D) 152,108 54.8% George W. Bush (R) 115,123 41.5% 10,153 3.7% 277,384 6 -6 4.06%
1996 55% Bill Clinton* (D) 136,505 54.1% Robert Dole (R) 97,034 38.4% 18,975 7.5% 252,514 8 -2 4.00%
1992 63% Bill Clinton (D) 126,112 43.8% George Bush* (R) 121,176 42.1% 40,450 14.1% 287,738 8 5 4.15%
1988 64% George Bush (R) 141,465 59.9% Michael Dukakis (D) 94,781 40.1% 0 0.0% 236,246 12 6 3.64%
1984 66% Ronald Reagan* (R) 159,039 64.5% Walter Mondale (D) 87,624 35.5% 0 0.0% 246,663 11 6 3.62%
1980 68% Ronald Reagan (R) 106,282 57.6% Jimmy Carter* (D) 63,346 34.3% 14,895 8.1% 184,523 11 7 2.98%
1976 71% Gerald Ford* (R) 105,322 54.2% Jimmy Carter (D) 88,901 45.8% 0 0.0% 194,223 7 6 2.97%
1972 72% Richard Nixon* (R) 137,271 66.7% George McGovern (D) 68,617 33.3% 0 0.0% 205,888 8 6 2.87%
1968 n/a Richard Nixon (R) 96,635 51.1% Hubert Humphrey (D) 84,742 44.8% 7,655 4.0% 189,032 7 8 2.78%
1964 n/a Lyndon Johnson* (D) 60.9% Barry Goldwater (R) 39.1% 0.0% 8 1 n/a
1960 n/a Richard Nixon (R) 59.0% John Kennedy (D) 41.0% 0.0% 12 9 n/a
1956 85% Dwight Eisenhower* (R) 162,177 72.5% Adlai Stevenson (D) 61,661 27.5% 0 0.0% 223,838 11 15 3.15%
1952 91% Dwight Eisenhower (R) 141,157 71.1% Adlai Stevenson (D) 56,717 28.6% 719 0.4% 198,593 16 16 2.79%
* incumbent           PSV: percent of state vote
"2020 redist": shows what the results of the 2020 Presidential election would have been under the current (redistricted) boundaries of this district.

Historical Demographic Breakdown for Congressional District 3, NY


NOTE: Data prior to 2022 is for the district which previously covered much of this area, regardless of district number.

YearPopWhiteBlack IndianAsian2+ RacesHispanic
2021 781,920 57.3% 3.3% 0.1% 22.9% 2.5% 12.9%
2020 725,746 67.0% 2.9% 16.7% 2.3% 11.1%
2012 724,164 72.9% 3.1% 0.1% 13.0% 1.7% 9.2%
2010 645,508 80.9% 2.9% 0.1% 4.9% 1.1% 10.1%
2002 654,361 86.9% 2.1% 0.1% 3.0% 1.0% 6.9%
2000 588,611 85.0% 2.6% 0.1% 3.9% 1.5% 6.9%
1992 580,337 90.9% 2.0% 0.1% 2.6% 4.4%
1990 502,023 88.5% 3.2% 3.7% 4.6%
1982 518,061 92.9% 2.8% 0.1% 1.5% 2.7%
1980 446,948 6.0% 1.0% 3.0%
1972 467,894 5.0%
1970 447,780 4.0%
1960 506,197
1950 317,164

Voter Registration Data for Congressional District 3, NY

YearTotalRepublicanDemocratOtherR/D EdgeR/D Edge %VAPOP %
2023 531,319 150,416 28.3% 208,815 39.3% 172,088 32.4% Dem +58,399 Dem +11.0% 87%
2022 533,630 150,893 28.3% 212,501 39.8% 170,236 31.9% Dem +61,608 Dem +11.5% 88%
VAPOP% is the estimated percentage of voting age population that is registered.
Registration data may include "inactive" voters.   Data for each year pertains to the November elections.