Demographics

General Information

Although Martin County is a rural county with approximately 25,000 people, the commuting radius populations are significantly larger – 30 mile radius population exceeds 200,000 and the 50 mile radius population exceeds 500,000.  The labor force in the commuting radius provides a wealth of skilled talent for Martin County businesses.

Martin County Population Statistics

 

Population & GrowthPopulationAnnual Growth
2019 Projected Total Population23,711-0.4%
2014 Projected Total Population24,199
2010 Census Total Population24,505-0.4%
July 2014 Certified Population Estimate23,714
Urban/Rural RepresentationPopulationUrban/Rural %
2010 Census Total Population: Urban5,36121.9%
2010 Census Total Population: Rural19,14478.1%
Estimated Population by AgePopulationPop by Age %
2019 Projected Median Age 46
2014 Projected Median Age 45
2014 Projected Total Population 0-195,55423.0%
2014 Projected Total Population 20-292,69211.1%
2014 Projected Total Population 30-392,41110.0%
2014 Projected Total Population 40-493,03212.5%
2014 Projected Total Population 50-593,90116.1%
2014 Projected Total Population 60+6,60927.3%

Martin County Income Statistics

 

2014 Estimated Median Family Income$48,828
2019 Projected Median Household Income$38,937
2014 Projected Median Household Income$33,968
2014 Estimated Median Worker Earnings$28,093
2019 Projected Per Capita Income$20,929
2014 Projected Per Capita Income$19,295
2014 Estimated Total Population with income below poverty level5,358 (22.5%)

 

Martin County Retail Sales by Fiscal Year

 

Fiscal YearGross CollectionsTaxable Sales
2011-2012$9,409,005$193,541,044
2012-2013$8,726,181$182,854,461
2013-2014$8,723,395$182,880,843
2014-2015$8,970,941$188,432,086
2015-2016$9,014,834$189,186,131

 

Martin County Retail Sales by Month

 

MonthGross CollectionsTaxable Sales
July 2016$819,746$17,132,489
August 2016$787,364$16,515,116
September 2016$755,801$15,832,105
October 2016$767,348$16,017,758

 

Note: Gross collections only include state sales taxes.