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next general election: 6 November 2018
   
   
demographic statistics for Michigan State House District 4*
   
population: 62,706
   
median household income: TBD
   
gender: 52.8% female, 47.2% male
   
race: 86.9% black, 9.2% white, 2.3% two or more races, 0.3% other, 0.9% asian, 0.3% native american
   
ethnicity: 98.9% non-hispanic, 1.1% hispanic
   
   
*2010 U.S. Census

map of Michigan State House District 4  
       
  demographic statistics for zip codes of Michigan House District 4** Michigan House District 4 zip codes  
 
  1. 48216
    1. population: 5,712
      1. sex
        1. male: 3,020 (52.9%)
        2. female: 2,692 (47.1%)
      2. age
        1. median age: 35.70
      3. race and ethnicity:
        1. white: 2,818 (49.3%)
        2. black or african american: 2,086 (36.5%)
        3. american indian and alaska native: 16 (0.3%)
        4. asian: 20 (0.4%)
        5. some other race: 587 (10.3%)
        6. two or more races: 185 (3.2%)
          1. white and black or african american: 60 (1.1%)
          2. white and american indian and alaska native: 45 (0.8%)
          3. white and asian: 39 (0.7%)
        7. hispanic or latino (of any race): 1,933 (33.8%)
          1. mexican: 1,582 (27.7%)
          2. puerto rican: 227 (4%)
          3. cuban: 29 (0.5%)
          4. other hispanic or latino: 95 (1.7%)
    2. education
      1. graduate of high school or higher education: 70.5%
      2. population 18 to 24 years: 653
        1. less than high school graduate: 98 (15%)
        2. high school graduate (includes equivalency): 199 (30.5%)
        3. some college or associate’s degree: 297 (45.5%)
        4. bachelor’s degree or higher: 59 (9%)
      3. population 25 years and over: 3,882
        1. less than 9th grade: 395 (10.2%)
        2. 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 750 (19.3%)
        3. high school graduate (includes equivalency): 1,180 (30.4%)
        4. some college, no degree: 674 (17.4%)
        5. associate’s degree: 72 (1.9%)
        6. bachelor’s degree: 350 (9%)
        7. graduate or professional degree: 461 (11.9%)
    3. economy
      1. median household income: $24,107
      2. employment status
        1. population 16 years and over: 4,642
          1. in labor force: 2,703 (58.2%)
            1. civilian labor force: 2703 (58.2%)
              1. employed: 2,272 (48.9%)
              2. unemployed: 431 (9.3%)
            2. armed forces: 0 (0%)
          2. not in labor force: 1,939 (41.8%)

  2. 48212
    1. population: 38,329
      1. sex
        1. male: 19,556 (51%)
        2. female: 18,773 (49%)
      2. age
        1. median age: 30.1
      3. race and ethnicity:
        1. white: 14,866 (38.8%)
        2. black or african american: 11,334 (29.6%)
        3. american indian and alaska native: 115 (0.3%)
        4. asian: 10,452 (27.3%)
        5. some other race: 174 (0.5%)
        6. two or more races: 1,388 (3.6%)
          1. white and black or african american: 148 (0.4%)
          2. white and american indian and alaska native: 21 (0.1%)
          3. white and asian: 675 (1.8%)
          4. black or african american and american indian and alaska native: 90 (0.2%)
        7. hispanic or latino (of any race): 219 (0.6%)
          1. mexican: 175 (0.5%)
          2. puerto rican: 22 (0.1%)
          3. cuban: 3 (0.0%)
          4. other hispanic or latino: 19 (0.0%)
    2. education
      1. graduate of high school or higher education: 68.8%
      2. population 18 to 24 years: 4,855
        1. less than high school graduate: 1,232 (25.4%)
        2. high school graduate (includes equivalency): 1,660 (34.2%)
        3. some college or associate’s degree: 1,689 (34.8%)
        4. bachelor’s degree or higher: 274 (5.6%)
      3. population 25 years and over: 22,166
        1. less than 9th grade: 3,421 (15.4%)
        2. 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 3,484 (15.7%)
        3. high school graduate (includes equivalency): 7,600 (34.3%)
        4. some college, no degree: 3,812 (17.2%)
        5. associate’s degree: 1,207 (5.4%)
        6. bachelor’s degree: 1,670 (7.5%)
        7. graduate or professional degree: 972 (4.4%)
    3. economy
      1. median household income: $23,432
      2. employment status
        1. population 16 years and over: 28,054
          1. in labor force: 13,539 (48.2%)
            1. civilian labor force: 13,529 (48.2%)
              1. employed: 10,716 (38.2%)
              2. unemployed: 2,813 (10.0%)
            2. armed forces: 0 (0.0%)
          2. not in labor force: 14,525 (51.8%)

  3. 48211
    1. population: 6,833
      1. sex
        1. male: 3,682 (53.9%)
        2. female: 3,151 (46.1%)
      2. age
        1. median age: 32.5
      3. race and ethnicity:
        1. white: 2,104 (30.8%)
        2. black or african american: 3,977 (58.2%)
        3. american indian and alaska native: 21 (0.3%)
        4. asian: 112 (1.6%)
        5. some other race: 154 (2.3%)
        6. two or more races: 465 (6.8%)
          1. white and black or african american: 79 (1.2%)
          2. white and american indian and alaska native: 0 (0.0%)
          3. white and asian: 295 (4.3%)
          4. black or african american and american indian and alaska native: 30 (0.4%)
        7. hispanic or latino (of any race): 79 (1.2%)
          1. mexican: 48 (0.7%)
          2. puerto rican: 22 (0.3%)
          3. cuban: 0 (0.0%)
          4. other hispanic or latino: 9 (0.1%)
    2. education
      1. graduate of high school or higher education: 69.8%
      2. population 18 to 24 years: 976
        1. less than high school graduate: 308 (31.6%)
        2. high school graduate (includes equivalency): 311 (31.9%)
        3. some college or associate’s degree: 322 (33.0%)
        4. bachelor’s degree or higher: 35 (3.6%)
      3. population 25 years and over: 4,119
        1. less than 9th grade: 503 (12.2%)
        2. 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 742 (18.0%)
        3. high school graduate (includes equivalency): 1,442 (35.0%)
        4. some college, no degree: 841 (20.4%)
        5. associate’s degree: 230 (5.6%)
        6. bachelor’s degree: 231 (5.6%)
        7. hraduate or professional degree: 130 (3.2%)
    3. economy
      1. median household income: $19,417
      2. employment status
        1. population 16 years and over: 5,305
          1. in labor force: 2,274 (42.9%)
            1. civilian labor force: 2,274 (42.9%)
              1. employed: 1,838 (34.7%)
              2. unemployed: 463 (8.2%)
            2. armed forces: 0 (0.0%)
          2. not in labor force: 3,029 (57.2%)

  4. 48208
    1. population: 9,327
      1. sex
        1. male: 4,564 (48.9%)
        2. female: 4,763 (51.1%)
      2. age
        1. median age: 37.7
      3. race and ethnicity:
        1. white: 2,214 (23.7%)
        2. black or african american: 6,758 (72.5%)
        3. american indian and alaska native: 47 (0.5%)
        4. asian: 20 (0.2%)
        5. some other race: 50 (0.5%)
        6. two or more races: 238 (2.6%)
          1. white and black or african american: 145 (1.6%)
          2. white and american indian and alaska native: 19 (0.2%)
          3. white and asian: 10 (0.1%)
          4. black or african american and american indian and alaska native: 58 (0.6%)
        7. hispanic or latino (of any race): 421 (4.5%)
          1. mexican: 333 (3.6%)
          2. puerto rican: 47 (0.5%)
          3. cuban: 0 (0.0%)
          4. other hispanic or latino: 41 (0.4%)
    2. education
      1. graduate of high school or higher education: 69.8%
      2. population 18 to 24 years: 976
        1. less than high school graduate: 308 (31.6%)
        2. high school graduate (includes equivalency): 311 (31.9%)
        3. some college or associate’s degree: 322 (33.0%)
        4. bachelor’s degree or higher: 35 (3.6%)
      3. population 25 years and over: 4,119
        1. less than 9th grade: 503 (12.2%)
        2. 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 742 (18.0%)
        3. high school graduate (includes equivalency): 1,442 (35.0%)
        4. some college, no degree: 841 (20.4%)
        5. associate’s degree: 230 (5.6%)
        6. bachelor’s degree: 231 (5.6%)
        7. graduate or professional degree: 130 (3.2%)
    3. economy
      1. median household income: $19,417
      2. employment status
        1. population 16 years and over: 5,303
          1. in labor force: 2,274 (42.9%)
            1. civilian labor force: 2,274 (42.9%)
              1. employed: 1,838 (34.7%)
              2. unemployed: 463 (8.2%)
            2. armed forces: 0 (0.0%)
          2. not in labor force: 3,029 (57.1%)

  5. 48207
    1. population: 21,455
      1. sex
        1. male: 9,541 (44.5%)
        2. female: 11,914 (55.5%
      2. age
        1. median age: 42.7
      3. race and ethnicity
        1. white: 2,338 (10.9%)
        2. black or african american: 18,532 (86.4%)
        3. american indian and alaska native: 73 (0.3%)
        4. asian: 109 (0.5%)
        5. native hawaiian and other pacific islander: 11 (0.1%)
        6. some other race: 51 (0.2%)
        7. two or more races: 341 (1.6%)
          1. white and black or african american: 103 (0.5%)
          2. white and american indian and alaska native: 58 (0.3%)
          3. white and asian: 22 (0.1%)
          4. black or african american and alaska native: 58 (0.3%)
        8. hispanic or latino (of any race): 94 (0.4%)
          1. mexican: 49 (0.2%)
          2. puerto rican: 16 (0.1%)
          3. cuban: 0 (0.0%)
          4. other hispanic or latino: 29 (0.1%)
    2. education
      1. graduate of high school or higher education: 84.3%
      2. population 18 to 24 years: 1,940
        1. less than high school graduate: 382 (19.7%)
        2. high school graduate (includes equivalency): 684 (35.3%)
        3. some college or associate’s degree: 610 (31.4%)
        4. bachelor’s degree or higher: 264 (13.6%)
      3. population 25 years and over: 15,691
        1. less than 9th grade: 623 (4%)
        2. 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 1,840 (11.7%)
        3. high school graduate (includes equivalency): 3,958 (25.2%)
        4. some college, no degree: 4,205 (26.8%)
        5. associate’s degree: 867 (5.5%)
        6. bachelor’s degree: 2,084 (13.3%)
        7. graduate or professional degree: 2,114 (13.5%)
    3. economy
      1. median household income: $25,156
      2. employment status
        1. population 16 years and over: 17,959
          1. in labor force: 9,289 (51.7%)
            1. civilian labor force: 9,279 (51.7%)
              1. employed: 7,353 (40.9%)
              2. unemployed: 1,926 (10.7%)
            2. armed forces: 10 (0.1%)
          2. not in labor force: 8,670 (48.3%)

  6. 48206
    1. population: 18,424
      1. sex
        1. male: 8,549 (46.4%)
        2. female: 9,875 (53.6%)
      2. age
        1. median age: 37.2
      3. race and ethnicity:
        1. white: 930 (5.0%)
        2. black or african american: 16,873 (91.6%)
        3. american indian and alaska native: 17 (0.1%)
        4. asian: 77 (0.4%)
        5. native hawaiian and other pacific islander: 30 (0.2%)
        6. some other race: 54 (0.3%)
        7. two or more races: 443 (2.4%)
          1. white and black or african american: 127 (0.7%)
          2. white and american indian and alaska native: 49 (0.3%)
          3. white and asian: 0 (0.0%)
        8. hispanic or latino (of any race): 268 (1.5%)
          1. mexican: 168 (0.9%)
          2. puerto rican: 22 (0.1%)
          3. cuban: 30 (0.2%)
          4. other hispanic or latino: 48 (0.3%)
    2. education
      1. graduate of high school or higher education: 76.4%
      2. population 18 to 24 years: 2,671
        1. less than high school graduate: 572 (21.4%)
        2. high school graduate (includes equivalency): 805 (30.1%)
        3. some college or associate’s degree: 1,271 (47.6%)
        4. bachelor’s degree or higher: 23 (0.9%)
      3. population 25 years and over: 11,571
        1. less than 9th grade: 628 (5.4%)
        2. 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 2,108 (18.2%)
        3. high school graduate (includes equivalency): 3,481 (30.1%)
        4. some college, no degree: 3,074 (26.6%)
        5. associate’s degree: 833 (7.2%)
        6. bachelor’s degree: 834 (7.2%)
        7. graduate or professional degree: 613 (5.3%)
    3. economy
      1. median household income: $21,178
      2. employment status
        1. population 16 years and over: 14,675
          1. in labor force: 6,872 (46.8%)
            1. civilian labor force: 6,872 (46.8%)
              1. employed: 4,718 (32.1%)
              2. unemployed: 2,154 (14.7%)
            2. armed forces: 0 (0.0%)
          2. not in labor force: 7,803 (53.2%)

  7. 48202
    1. population: 16,696
      1. sex
        1. male: 8,412 (50.4%)
        2. female: 8,284 (49.6%)
      2. age
        1. median age: 35
      3. race and ethnicity
        1. white: 2,777 (16.6%)
        2. black or african american: 12,789 (76.6%)
        3. american indian and alaska native: 58 (0.3%)
        4. asian: 570 (3.4%)
        5. native hawaiian and other pacific islander: 6 (0.0%)
        6. some other race: 57 (0.3%)
        7. two or more races: 439 (2.6%)
          1. white and black or african american: 178 (1.1%)
          2. white and american indian and alaska native: 120 (0.7%)
          3. white and asian: 19 (0.1%)
          4. black or african american and american indian and alaska native: 84 (0.5%)
        8. hispanic or latino (of any race): 197 (1.2%)
          1. mexican: 113 (0.7%)
          2. puerto rican: 31 (0.7%)
          3. cuban: 0 (0.0%)
          4. other hispanic or latino: 53 (0.3%)
    2. education
      1. graduate of high school or higher education: 84.8%
      2. Population 18 to 24 years: 3,458
        1. Less than high school graduate: 355 (10.3%)
        2. High school graduate (includes equivalency): 491 (14.2%)
        3. Some college or associate’s degree: 2,158 (62.4%)
        4. Bachelor’s degree or higher: 454 (13.1%)
      3. Population 25 years and over: 10,565
        1. Less than 9th grade: 421 (4.0%)
        2. 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 1,190 (11.3%)
        3. High school graduate (includes equivalency): 2,976 (28.2%)
        4. Some college, no degree: 2,742 (26.0%)
        5. Associate’s degree: 581 (5.5%)
        6. Bachelor’s degree: 1,365 (12.9%)
        7. Graduate or professional degree: 1,290 (12.2%)
    3. economy
      1. median household income: $20,158
      2. employment status
        1. population 16 years and over: 14,389
          1. in labor force: 8,128 (56.5%)
            1. civilian labor force: 8,128 (56.5%)
              1. employed: 6,277 (43.6%)
              2. unemployed: 1,851 (12.9%)
            2. armed forces: 0 (0.0%)
          2. not in labor force: 6,261 (43.5%)

  8. 48201
    1. population: 13,049
      1. sex
        1. male: 6,442 (49.4%)
        2. female: 6,607 (50.6%)
      2. age
        1. median age: 32
      3. race and ethnicity:
        1. white: 3,252 (24.9%)
        2. black or african american: 8,518 (65.3%)
        3. american indian and alaska native: 34 (0.3%)
        4. asian: 804 (6.2%)
        5. native hawaiian and other pacific islander: 0 (0.0%)
        6. some other race: 181 (1.4%)
        7. two or more races: 260 (2.0%)
          1. white and black or african american: 42 (0.3%)
          2. white and american indian and alaska native: 8 (0.1%)
          3. white and asian: 89 (0.7%)
          4. black or african american and american indian and alaska native: 16 (0.1%)
        8. hispanic or latino (of any race): 354 (2.7%)
          1. mexican: 136 (1.0%)
          2. puerto rican: 192 (1.5%)
          3. cuban: 0 (0.0%)
          4. other hispanic or latino: 26 (0.2%)
    2. education
      1. graduate of high school or higher education: 80.3%
      2. population 18 to 24 years: 1747
        1. less than high school graduate: 160 (9.2%)
        2. high school graduate (includes equivalency): 201 (11.5%)
        3. some college or associate’s degree: 788 (45.1%)
        4. bachelor’s degree or higher: 598 (34.2%)
      3. population 25 years and over: 9,154
        1. less than 9th grade: 480 (5.2%)
        2. 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 1,324 (14.5%)
        3. high school graduate (includes equivalency): 2,207 (24.1%)
        4. some college, no degree: 2,096 (22.9%)
        5. associate’s degree: 489 (5.3%)
        6. bachelor’s degree: 1,270 (13.9%)
        7. graduate or professional degree: 1,288 (14.1%)
    3. economy
      1. median household income: $14,299
      2. employment status
        1. population 16 years and over: 11,084
          1. in labor force: 5,305 (47.9%)
            1. civilian labor force: 5,305 (47.9%)
              1. employed: 4,336 (39.1%)
              2. unemployed: 969 (8.7%)
            2. armed forces: 0 (0.0%)
          2. not in labor force: 5,779 (52.1%)

  9. 48214
    1. population: 20,867
      1. sex
        1. male: 10,031 (48.1%)
        2. female: 10,836 (51.9%)
      2. age
        1. median age: 45.2
      3. race and ethnicity:
        1. white: 2,093 (10.0%)
        2. black or african american: 18,171 (87.1%)
        3. american indian and alaska native: 83 (0.4%)
        4. asian: 89 (0.4%)
        5. native hawaiian and other pacific islander: 0 (0.0%)
        6. some other race: 96 (0.5%)
        7. two or more races: 335 (1.6%)
          1. white and black or african american: 174 (0.8%)
          2. white and american indian and alaska native: 7 (0.0%)
          3. white and asian: 37 (0.2%)
          4. black or african american and american indian and alaska native: 82 (0.4%)
        8. hispanic or latino (of any race): 261 (1.3%)
          1. mexican: 160 (0.8%)
          2. puerto rican: 11 (0.1%)
          3. cuban: 0 (0.0%)
          4. other hispanic or latino: 90 (0.4%)
    2. education
      1. graduate of high school or higher education: 76.0%
      2. population 18 to 24 years: 1,781
        1. less than high school graduate: 485 (27.2%)
        2. high school graduate (includes equivalency): 378 (21.2%)
        3. some college or associate’s degree: 730 (41.0%)
        4. bachelor’s degree or higher: 188 (10.6%)
      3. population 25 years and over: 15,064
        1. less than 9th grade: 691 (4.6%)
        2. 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 2,927 (19.4%)
        3. high school graduate (includes equivalency): 4,408 (29.3%)
        4. some college, no degree: 3,377 (22.4%)
        5. associate’s degree: 885 (5.9%)
        6. bachelor’s degree: 1,540 (10.2%)
        7. graduate or professional degree: 1,236 (8.2%)
    3. economy
      1. median household income: $21,675
      2. employment status
        1. population 16 years and over: 17,272
          1. in labor force: 8,231 (47.7%)
            1. civilian labor force: 8,231 (47.7%)
              1. employed: 6,335 (36.7%)
              2. unemployed: 1,896 (11%)
            2. armed forces: 0 (0%)
          2. not in labor force: 9,041 (52.3%)

  10. 48213
    1. population: 25,534
      1. sex
        1. male: 11,721 (45.9%)
        2. female: 13,813 (54.1%)
      2. age
        1. median age: 37.2
      3. race and ethnicity:
        1. white: 615 (2.4%)
        2. black or african american: 24,499 (95.9%)
        3. american indian and alaska native: 182 (0.7%)
        4. asian: 9 (0.0%)
        5. native hawaiian and other pacific islander: 0 (0.0%)
        6. some other race: 21 (0.1%)
        7. two or more races: 208 (0.8%)
          1. white and black or african american: 55 (0.2%)
          2. white and american indian and alaska native: 10 (0.0%)
          3. white and asian: 0 (0.0%)
          4. black or african american and american indian and alaska native: 97 (0.4%)
        8. hispanic or latino (of any race): 210 (0.8%)
          1. mexican: 80 (0.3%)
          2. puerto rican: 123 (0.5%)
          3. cuban: 0 (0.0%)
          4. other hispanic or latino: 7 (0.0%)
    2. education
      1. graduate of high school or higher education: 74.3%
      2. population 18 to 24 years: 3,142
        1. less than high school graduate: 1,168 (37.2%)
        2. high school graduate (includes equivalency): 1,084 (34.5%)
        3. some college or associate’s degree: 847 (27.0%)
        4. bachelor’s degree or higher: 43 (1.4%)
      3. population 25 years and over: 16,205
        1. less than 9th grade: 894 (5.5%)
        2. 9th to 12th grade, no diploma: 3,269 (20.2%)
        3. high school graduate (includes equivalency): 5,881 (36.3%)
        4. some college, no degree: 3,973 (24.5%)
        5. associate’s degree: 1,144 (7.1%)
        6. bachelor’s degree: 761 (4.7%)
        7. graduate or professional degree: 283 (1.7%)
    3. economy
      1. median household income: $21,007
      2. employment status
        1. population 16 years and over: 20,044
          1. in labor force: 9,794 (48.9%)
            1. civilian labor force: 9,794 (48.9%)
              1. employed: 6,665 (33.3%)
              2. unemployed: 3,129 (15.6%)
            2. armed forces: 0 (0.0%)
          2. not in labor force: 10,250 (51.1%)

**U.S. Census Bureau 2015 American Community Survey Estimate

 
 

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