The current population and steets in Stinnett City, Texas, are shown in the following table. The median household income in this city is $39,200, which is less than the national median of $65,712. It has increased by 7.98% over the past year. The data also shows how the average household income compares to that of the neighboring and parent geographies. In addition, the table shows the sex-based wage gap in the five most common occupations in Stinnett City, Texas.
The city was a boom town during the 1940s and 1950s. It became the county seat of Hutchinson County and thrived off of oil fields and the railroad. Unfortunately, it did have its share of violence and lawlessness. Many businesses in Stinnett sold illegal liquor during Prohibition, including John Waltine "Shine" Popejoy, who was the "King of Texas Bootleggers" and operated a prostitution business from a bar in Stinnett. He also robbed banks in Plemons and Henrietta, Oklahoma.
The median household income in Stinnett, TX is $19,377. This is higher than the national average of $63,363. Homeowners in Stinnett, TX made an average income of $83,300 in 2019. While the median home value is $83,300, it has appreciated by 3.5% over the past decade. In addition, Stinnett has one of the highest per capita incomes in the state of Texas.