Supervisor District 4 MS Demographic Data and Boundary Map


Supervisor District 4, MS

The Supervisor District 4 is a County Subdivision of Union County. The subdivision has a Z1 Census Class Code which indicates that the Supervisor District 4 is a nonfunctioning county subdivision.

Also See: Union County Data | Cities in Union County | County Subdivisions in Union County

Supervisor District 4 Boundary Map


Supervisor District 4 Data & Demographics (As of July 1, 2017)


Total Population 5,539
Population in Households 5,519
Population in Familes 4,624
Population in Group Qrtrs 20
Population Density1 76
Diversity Index2 38


Total Households 2,202
Average Household Size 2.51
Family Households 1,540
Average Family Size 3


Total Housing Units 2,446 (100%)
Owner Occupied HU 1,583 (64.7%)
Renter Occupied HU 619 (25.3%)
Vacant Housing Units 244 ( 10.0%)
Median Home Value $92,972
Average Home Value $111,829


Median Household Income $38,315
Average Household Income $54,638
Per Capita Income $21,296
  (Compound Annual Growth Rates)


2010-2014 2014-2019
Population 0.56% 0.74%
Households 0.55% 0.73%
Families 0.59% 0.62%
Median Household Income   1.79%
Per Capita Income   2.82%
1) Population Density = Total Population per square mile.
2) The Diversity Index is a scale of 0 to 100 that represents the likelyhood that two persons, chosen at random from the same area, belong to different race or ethnic groups. If an area's entire population belongs to one race AND one ethnic group, then the area has zero diversity. An area's diversity index increases to 100 when the population is evenly divided into two or more race/ethnic groups.
Based on Census 2010 counts, the Diversity Index for the United States was 60.6 and it is expected to increase to 64.8 by July 1, 2018.

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