Hinkle, Kentucky Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

If you're looking to move to Hinkle City, Kentucky, you may be wondering about the crime rate. It's a bit higher than surrounding cities, but not by much. In fact, Hinkle is less safe than the average American city. See below for a crime rate comparison among cities of comparable population. Hinkle is a little less safe than the state average and the national average.

The population of Hinkle City has a diverse ethnic makeup. The city is predominantly Mexican, and residents are also disproportionately of African or Sub-Saharan African ancestry. A few residents also claim English or Dominican ancestry. However, Hinkle City is home to the largest concentration of Latinos in the entire city. In fact, a recent survey found that nearly 80% of residents were Latino.

In addition to the median age of 47.3 years, there were several other factors that affect the population's lifestyle. Twenty-five percent of the population was under the age of 18, while eight percent were between the ages of 18 and 24. A quarter of the population lived in a household headed by a single woman, and twenty-one percent was 65 years of age or older. The median household income was $53,772 while the per capita income was $26,604. The average family size was two, while the population's gender makeup was fifty-two percent male and forty-five percent female.

The county's population and property tax levels soared and fell dramatically. In addition to the fluctuating tax base, the city's growth management policy was also affected by the county's budget. In addition, proponents of the recall were targeting Hinkle. However, Hinkle claimed that most of his opponents were land developers. So despite the recent political turmoil, Hinkle remains a popular choice for citizens.