Listed below are the population and steets of Cunningham City, KY. Cunningham is located in Marion County, Kentucky. The city has a high percentage of college educated adults. Most residents live in single-family homes with plenty of outdoor space for children to play. This area is also relatively safe, with crime levels that are lower than the national average. In addition, residents of Cunningham are generally friendly and cooperative.
In 2019, Cunningham City had a population of 247 people, a slight decrease from the previous year. However, the median household income in Cunningham City was up 55.1% from the previous year. The following chart shows the income distribution by racial and ethnic group in Cunningham. The chart shows the number of people who fall into each of these buckets, by occupation.
After the Floyd killing, Cunningham attended a rally hosted by Reclaim the Block and Black Visions, where the "DEFUND THE POLICE" sign was prominently displayed. However, Cunningham claimed that he didn't see the sign before he walked onto the stage, and that he would not pledge to "defund" the police. While this was true, the term has become confusing.
The US Census Bureau released the 2019 American Community Survey. It does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the data. However, it will be helpful in identifying the characteristics of the city. Cunningham City has an average household size of 2.35 people. The median age is 47 years old. The city is located in one of the most populous counties in Missouri. The population is widely distributed, and most households have two adults.