Gatlinburg, Tennessee, in Sevier county, is 28 miles SE of Knoxville, Tennessee (center to center) and 144 miles N of Atlanta, Georgia. The city is in the Knoxville area. There are 3,382 residents in Gatlinburg.
The People and Families of Gatlinburg
In Gatlinburg, about 55% of adults are married.
Wealth and Education
In 2000, Gatlinburg had a median family income of $40,813. Gatlinburg is fortunate in that not many of its residents suffer poverty. It’s worth noting that college degrees are common in the city. Lots of residents of Gatlinburg prove that it’s possible to work from home regularly.
Gatlinburg folks tended to give their money ($5,535) to George W. Bush in the 2004 Presidential race. More campaign money flowed to the Republican party than to competing parties.
As of 2000, the share of housing units in Gatlinburg that were owner-occupied was 70%. A nice place to visit? It seems so, since a larger share of the housing than in most places is for vacations and seasonal use.
In Gatlinburg, 81% of commuters drive to work. More folks in Gatlinburg use public transportation than most people elsewhere.