Kemp, Oklahoma Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

Kemp is located in the state of Texas. It is 380 feet above sea level. The population of Kemp has grown by 5.2% since the 2010 Census and 7.15 percent since the 2000 Census. As of the 2010 Census, Kemp was the eighth largest community in the county. This chart shows the yearly growth of Kemp. It is a very small city, with a small population. However, it is still growing.

The population of the city of Kemp is made up of a mix of ethnicities. More than 61 percent of the population is white, while 12.3% is black or African American. A further 5.4% of the population is Asian, and 0.1% of residents are Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander. There are approximately 57,900 people in the city of Kemp, and a quarter of those are employed. The median household income in Kemp is $39,038, and 79.2% are married.

The area around the river has a low rate of unemployment and the area is highly walkable. Residents of Kemp are largely low-income, and their incomes are lower than those of most U.S. neighborhoods. However, the majority of their neighbors work. Moreover, a higher percentage of residents in this neighborhood carpool to work, making the commute shorter than the national average. So, while it is hard to pinpoint a single reason for the low unemployment rate in Kemp City, you can find out more about your neighbors by learning the characteristics of the city's housing stock.