super bowl stadiumU.S. Population
 
1967: 197.5 million
2016: 322.8 million
Sources: Estimates of the Population of the United States by Age, Sex and Race: April 1, 1960, to July 1, 1973
 
Population of Santa, Clara, Calif., site of Super Bowl 50
April 1, 1970: 86,118
July 1, 2014: 122,192
Sources: 1970 Census
 
World Population
1967: 3.5 billion
2016: 7.3 billion
Source: Census Bureau, International Data Base
 
Median Sales Price of a New Single-Family Home
1967: $22,700
2016: $282,800 (as of 2014)
Note: Sales prices shown are not adjusted for inflation or other factors.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Median and Average Sales Prices of New Homes Sold in United States: 1963-2015
 
Cost of a Gallon of Regular Gas
1967: 33 cents ($2.13 in 2015 dollars) 
2016: $1.86 (as of Jan. 25, 2016)
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, U.S. Gasoline and Diesel Retail Prices
 
Price of Milk
1967: $1.03 gallon ($7.32 in 2015 dollars)
2016: $3.31 gallon (as of 2015)
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Consumer Price Index
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Cost of a First-Class Stamp
 
1967: 5 cents (36 cents in 2015 dollars)
2016: 49 cents
Source: U.S. Postal Service
 
Median Age at First Marriage
1967: 23.1 men; 20.6 women
2016: 29.2 men; 27.1 women (as of 2015)
Sources: U.S. Census Bureau
 
Number of Foreign-Born People
1967: 9.6 million (as of 1970: They comprised 4.7 percent of the total population, and Italywas the leading country of origin.)
2016: 42.4 million (as of 2014: They comprised 13.3 percent of the total population, and Mexico was the leading country of origin.) 
Sources: Historical Census Statistics on the Foreign-Born Population of the United States: 1850 to 2000
 
Average Household Size
1967: 3.28 people
2016: 2.54 people (as of 2015)
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey (Households by Size: 1960 to Present)
 
Number of People Age 65 and Older
1967: 19.1 million
2016: 46.2 million (as of 2014)
Sources: Estimates of the Population of the United States by Age, Sex and Race: April 1, 1960, to July 1, 1973
 
Median Age of the Population
1967: 28.1
2016: 37.7 (as of 2014)
Sources: Estimates of the Population of the United States by Age, Sex and Race: April 1, 1960, to July 1, 1973
 
Life Expectancy at Birth
1967: 70.5 years
2016: 78.8 years (as of 2013)
Sources: Historical Statistics of the United States: Colonial Times to 1970
 
Percentage of Women in the Labor Force, Age 16 and Older
1967: 41.1%
2016: 56.7% (as of 2015)
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Labor Force Statistics from the Current Population Survey
 
Percentage of the Population, Age 25 and Older, who had at Least a High School Diploma
1967: 51.1%
2016: 88.3% (as of 2014)
Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, 1967 Current Population Survey
 
Median Annual Income
1967: $7,289 men; $4,198 women ($45,189 and $26,026 in 2014 dollars)
2016: $49,400 men; $30,087 women (as of 2014)
Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, 1967 Current Population Survey P-36
 
Most Popular Baby Names for Boys and Girls
1967: Michael and Lisa
2016: Noah and Emma (as of 2014)
Source: Social Security Administration, Most Popular Baby Names
 
Active-Duty Military Personnel
1967: 3.4 million
2016: 1.3 million (as of Nov. 30, 2015)
Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, 1969 Statistical Abstract
 
Denver Broncos
 
21st
Where Denver ranked on the list of the nation’s most populous metropolitan areas. The estimated population of the Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, Colo., metro area on July 1, 2014, was 2,754,258. The Denver area gained 54,508 people from July 1, 2013, to July 1, 2014. At the time of the Broncos’ first season in 1960, the 1960 Census population for the city of Denver was 493,887. 
Sources: Vintage 2014Population Estimates, 1960 Census
 
40.8%
Percentage of Denver metro area residents 25 and older who had a bachelor’s degree or higher in 2014; 89.7 percent had at least graduated from high school. The respective national figures were 30.1 percent and 86.9 percent.  
Source: 2014 American Community Survey
 
20.6%
Percentage of Denver metro area residents 5 and older who spoke a language other than English at home. The national average was 21.1 percent. These figures are not statistically different.
Source: 2014 American Community Survey
 
$66,870
Median household income for the Denver metro area. The national median was $53,657.
Source: 2014 American Community Survey
 
$276,800
Median home value of owner-occupied homes in the Denver metro area. The national median was $181,200.
Source: 2014 American Community Survey
 
27.4 minutes
Average amount of time it took Denver metro area residents to get to work; 76.3 percent of the metro area’s workers drove to work alone, 8.8 percent carpooled and 4.5 percent took public transportation. Nationally, it took an average of 26.0 minutes to get to work.
Source: 2014 American Community Survey
 
Carolina Panthers
 
22nd 
Where Charlotte ranked on the list of the nation’s most populous metropolitan areas. The estimated population of the Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia, N.C.-S.C., metro area on July 1, 2014, was 2,380,314. The Charlotte area gained 42,975 people from July 1, 2013, to July 1, 2014. At the time of the Panthers’ first season in 1995, the July 1, 1995, estimated population for the city of Charlotte was 473,355. 
Sources: Vintage 2014  Population Estimates, Population Estimates for the Years 1994-1999
 
32.9%     
Percentage of Charlotte metro area residents 25 and older who had a bachelor’s degree or higher in 2014; 88.1 percent had at least graduated from high school. The respective national figures were 30.1 percent and 86.9 percent.  
Source: 2014 American Community Survey
 
13.3%
Percentage of Charlotte metro area residents 5 and older who spoke a language other than English at home. The national average was 21.1 percent.
Source: 2014 American Community Survey
 
$53,549
Median household income for the Charlotte metro area. The national median was $53,657. These figures are not statistically different.
Source: 2014 American Community Survey
 
$169,400
Median home value of owner-occupied homes in the Charlotte metro area. The national median was $181,200.
Source: 2014 American Community Survey
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26.1 minutes
Average amount of time it took Charlotte metro area residents to get to work; 81.0 percent of the metro area’s workers drove to work alone, 9.4 percent carpooled and 1.9 percent took public transportation. Nationally, it took an average of 26.0 minutes to get to work, which is not statistically difference from the Charlotte metro area’s time. 
Source: 2014 American Community Survey
 
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122,192
Population of Santa Clara, Calif., location of Levi’s Stadium where Super Bowl 50 will be played.
Source: QuickFacts, Vintage 2014 Population Estimates
 
219th
Where Santa Clara ranked on the list of the nation’s most populous cities. Santa Clara is part of the San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, Calif., metropolitan area.
Source: Vintage 2014 Population Estimates 
 
34th
Where the San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, Calif., metropolitan area ranked on the list of the nation’s most populous metro areas. The estimated population of the San Jose metro area on July 1, 2014, was 1,952,872. The San Jose metro area gained 24,171 people from July 1, 2013, to July 1, 2014. 
Source: Vintage 2014 Population Estimates
 
47.5%
Percentage of San Jose metro area residents 25 and older who had a bachelor’s degree or higher in 2014; 87.2 percent had at least graduated from high school. The respective national figures were 30.1 percent and 86.9 percent. The high school graduation figures are not statistically different.
Source: 2014 American Community Survey
 
51.8%
Percentage of San Jose metro area residents 5 and older who spoke a language other than English at home. The national figure was 21.1 percent.
Source: 2014 American Community Survey
 
$96,481
Median household income for the San Jose metro area. The national median was $53,657.
Source: 2014 American Community Survey
 
$735,400
Median home value of owner-occupied homes in the San Jose metro area. The national median was $181,200.
Source: 2014 American Community Survey
 
27.0 minutes
Average amount of time it took San Jose metro area residents to get to work; 76.2 percent of the metro area’s workers drove to work alone, 10.4 percent carpooled and 4.0 percent took public transportation. Nationally, it also took an average of 26.0 minutes to get to work.
Source: 2014 American Community Survey

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