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ACS-ED
District Demographic
Dashboard 2018–22
Smith County School District, Mississippi, MS
Community
Total Population
14,483
Median Household Income |
$51,792
Total Households
5,370

Race/Ethnicity

 


Year
Structure
was Built
24.7% 2000 and after
53.0% 1970 - 1999
22.3% before 1970
Households with Broadband Internet |
50.9%

Housing Structure Type
House
68.0%
Apartments/Other
31.9%
Children in Public School

Language spoken at home (children 5 years and over)

Health

10.9% with a
Disability |

97.9% with
Health Insurance coverage |

 

Poverty and Benefits (in the past 12 months)
no money

13.7% Families with income below the poverty level |

13.3% Families with Food Stamp/ SNAP benefits |


Families by Type

Parents (of children in public school)
Median Income of Households |
$69,063
Housing Status of Families
15.0% renter - occupied | 85.0% owner-occupied |

 


Labor Force Status

Educational Attainment

 

State and National

Median Household Income |

Families with Food Stamp/SNAP benefits |

Households with Broadband Internet |

Speaks English Less Than Very Well |

Bachelor’s Degree or Higher

Not In Labor Force

Married Couple Household |

Families with Income Below the Poverty Level |

All indicators are sourced from the ACS-ED tabulation. For additional social and economic characteristics, visit the ACS-ED table collection or explore the ACS-ED interactive mapACS-ED maps.


Children enrolled in public school are defined as the population ages 3-17 and those ages 18 & 19 who have not graduated from high school and report attending public school in the past 3 months. Subject definitions are available in the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey program documentation.