Demographics

Isle of Wight County

Size 319 square miles
Population Est. (2016)
36,596
Households (2015) 13,769
Median Household Income (2015)
$65,714
Median Age (2015)
44.5
Education (2015) 86.3% H.S. Grad or Higher
Civilian Labor Force (2016)
18,750
Unemployment Rate (2016)
4.3%
Retail Sales (2016)
$224,436,001 (+1.8%)
Residential New Construction Avg. Sales Price (2016)
$364,322
Residential Existing Home Avg. Sales Price (2016)
$264,004

 

Hampton Roads/Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA)

Population (2016) 1,752,000
Total Households
 653,198

 

Virginia

Population (July 2016 est.)
8,411,808

 

Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, Virginia Employment Commission, Virginia Dept. of Taxation and Residential DataBank.

Since 2004, Isle of Wight’s population has increased 15.5%. In comparison to other localities in the region, Isle of Wight is the third fastest growing locality in terms of population growth behind James City County and the City of Suffolk. Over the last 10 years, Isle of Wight is the 21st fastest growing locality in Virginia.

Isle of Wight is poised to continue growing well into the future with its abundance of land and close proximity to regional employment and commercial centers. The County’s population is projected to exceed 40,000 residents by 2030.

For more Isle of Wight County demographics, Download the 2015-2016 County Profile & Statistical Digest.