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The U.S. Census Bureau estimated that Collin County had 491,675 residents in 2000. The population of Collin County grew to 1,064,465 in 2020 due to the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area's economic and population growth. As of 2019, the population density was 1,229.8 per square mile. The median age of the population was 37.3. This is higher than the 35.1 statewide average. Linguistically, 11.6% spoke Spanish in their home, followed by Asian languages and Pacific Islander languages. According to the 2019 American Community Survey estimates, 29.7% of Collin County spoke another language at home than English. This is due in part to the large number of foreign-born residents who made up 22%.
As of 2019, the median income per household in the county was $96,134. This is an increase from $70 835 in 2000. The median household income for families was $113,471, while married-couple households earned $127,575, while non-family households earned $53,986. From 2014 to 2019, 6.3% of Collin County residents were living below the poverty line. From 2014 to 2019, 6.3% of Collin County's residents lived below the poverty line. This includes 5.10% for those under 18 years old and 7.10% for those 65 and over.