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Port Ludlow Demographics
Even though Port Ludlow is not incorporated as a city, US Census information is available from the United States Census Bureau specifically for Port Ludlow because it is a "census-designated place" (CDP). The CDP designation means that the census bureau considers Port Ludlow as an area which physically resembles an incorporated place, such as a city. The boundaries of CDPs may change from one census to the next, so caution must be used when comparing data for Port Ludlow from one census to another.
For government statistics, see the Jefferson County Profile from the State of Washington 2005 Data Book or the Jefferson County Overview which is also on the State of Washington website.
Wikipedia also has an entry on Port Ludlow: "The population was 1,968 at the 2000 census ... Based on per capita income, one of the more reliable measures of affluence, Port Ludlow ranks 16th of 522 areas in the state of Washington to be ranked. It is also the highest rank achieved in Jefferson County. " from wikipedia.
Even though Jefferson County is the largest county on the Olympic Peninsula in square miles, it is also the least populated. Both Clallam County to the north and Grays Harbor County to the south have twice as many people.
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