Moore County is a thriving location, appealing to a wide range of age groups and ethnicities.
Moore County covers almost 700 square miles of land area in central North Carolina. It is part of a region known as the “Sandhills”, characterized by the sandy soil and rolling hills.
The 2010 Census reveals that Moore County’s population is 88,247, an increase of 18.0% since Census 2000. Additional Census 2010 data for Moore County is available by clicking here.
Moore County is highlighted on the map below and is adjacent to the Fort Bragg Reservation (shown in brown).
>> To view summary demographic data for Moore County, click on one of the choices below:
DEMOGRAPHIC DATA FROM THE U.S. CENSUS BUREAU
» To access the latest 2010 Census data available from the U.S. Census Bureau, via the American FactFinder data tool, click here.
N.C. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE
» To view a demographics profile report prepared from the N.C. Department of Commerce’s AccessNC system, click here.
NORTH CAROLINA STATE DATA CENTER
» To view socioeconomic data at the state and county levels, click here.
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