The Prosser population was 5,796 in 2013 compared to 4,599 in 2000. The Prosser, WA population has increased by 19.8% since 2000.
In Prosser 73% of the people speak English and 25% of people speak Spanish, also in Prosser 66.0% of people are married.
|Married (15yrs & older)||64.1%||60%||58%|
There are 6 public schools in Prosser and a total of 1,996 public schools in Washington.
The student to teacher ratio in Prosser for public schools is 22:1, which is 12.3% greater than the Washington student to teacher ratio and 37.7% greater than the National student to teacher ratio.
The average annual high temperature is 65°F with the summer highs usually in the mid 90°F. The average annual low temperature is 39°F with winter lows usually in the mid to low 20°s. The Prosser weather information is based on the average of the previous 3-7 years of data.
Income Per Capita: $20.532
Median Household Income: $40,526
Median Household Income Owner Occupied: $57,488
Median Household Income Renter Occupied: $28,628
Median Earnings Male: $30,818
Median Earnings Female: $15,871
Unemployment Rate (2000): 6.6%
Unemployment Rate (2010): 13.8%
The income per capita in Prosser is 25.7% less than the Washington average and 20.4% less than the National average. The median household income in Prosser is 31.6% less than the Washington average and 22.6% less than the National average. The median household income in Prosser for owner occupied housing is 100.8% greater than the median household income for renter occupied housing in Prosser.
The poverty level in Prosser is 22.6% greater than the Washington average and 9.9% greater than the National average. The median earnings for males in Prosser is 94.2% greater than the median earnings for females in Prosser.
- The Prosser crime index is 21% lower than the Washington average and and the Washington crime index is 21% higher than the National average.
- The Prosser violent crime rate is 10% higher than the Washington average and and the Washington violent crime rate is 23% lower than the National average.
- The Prosser property crime rate is 24% lower than the Washington average and and the Washington property crime rate is 27% higher than the National average.