Cullen, a town in Louisiana's Webster County, is part of the Minden Micropolitan Statistical area. It is located about 35.3 miles from Shreveport and 139.9 miles from Little Rock.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 1.2 mi? (3.0 km?), all of it land.
Cullen's climate is hot during summer as the temperatures reach 80? Fahrenheit, and cold through winter when temperatures reach 40? Fahrenheit.
August is the warmest month with an average maximum temperature of 93? Fahrenheit, while January is the month with the coldest temperature with an average minimum 32.
As of 2009, Cullen's population is 1,368. There are 1,058 people per mi?.
Cullen has different races, which include White (11.64%), Black (86.94%), Asian (.17%), Native American (.34%), and other (.84%). 0.77% of the people in Cullen claim Hispanic ethnicity.
62.30% of the people in Cullen are affiliated with a religion. 2.68% are Catholic; 57.03% are Protestant; 0.34% is LDS; and 2.25% are of another Christian faith.
The town of Cullen has a median home cost of $42,840. The median age is 35.2 years old. 35.85% are married, while 11.80% are divorced. The average household size is 2.53 people. 10.89% are married with children and 17.83% are single but have children.
Cullen's public schools spend $4,590 per student and there are about 16 students per teacher in Cullen.
The unemployment rate in Cullen is 7.70%. Recent job growth has increased by 2%. As related to the other country, the cost of living in Cullen is 27.63% lower than the United State average.