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It is also the county seat of Hennepin County. With a population of, it is the largest city in Minnesota and the 46th largest city in the United States. Minneapolis is currently growing at a rate of 1. Minneapolis reached it's highest population ofin Spanning over 57 miles, Minneapolis has a population density of 8, people per square mile. The median age in Minneapolis is Minneapolis's name is attributed to the first schoolteacher in the town who combined "mini," a Dakota word for water, with "polis," the Greek word for city.
This name is appropriate, as Minneapolis has twenty lakes and wetlands, creeks, waterfalls and the Mississippi River, which are connected by the Chain of Lakes and the Grand Rounds National Scenic Byway. Minneapolis rests on both banks of the Mississippi River and ads Saint Paul, the state's capital, to the north. The two we know as the Twin Cities, and it's the Minneapolis-Saint Paul metropolitan area that has more than 3. This population of 3. The growth in Minneapolis is excellent news, and it was a big surprise to demographers, who were hesitant even to call it a trend as the city seemed reed to hollow success since the s, with a flourishing culture and beautiful architecture, yet a shrinking population that was getting poorer.
During this time, its suburbs experienced tremendous growthtripling its population of 60 years to overtake Detroit as the second-largest metropolitan region in the Midwest in It was in that the city started to see faster growth, adding more people in just the past two years than it has in the past Danish Americans also have a large share of the population at 1.
While these groups make up a large share of the population, other common European ancestry groups include Irish Interestingly, Minneapolis had the 4th highest percentage of gay, lesbian and bisexual people among all US cities in with Minneapolis was also named the 7th gayest city in the country in by The Advocate. It's hard to say if Minneapolis can continue the great growth its seen in the last three years.
Mayor R. Rybak said in his final state of the city speech in April"Bywe wantpeople to live in Minneapolis -- about 65, more than today. Minneapolis has led the large metropolitan area in new housing units for the last six years and, while it's only growing half as fast as Seattle or Denver, it will reach this goal if this trend continues. Byit's possible for Minneapolis to reach its historic high ofin the early '50s. This article in the Star Tribune goes through several things Minneapolis will need to do to take advantage of this trend and see maximum growth.
The Dakota tribes, particularly the Mdewakanton, were permanent settlers in the area as early as the 16th century.
New colonists began to arrive here between and from New YorkCanadaand New England and, by the mids, immigrants from FinlandSwedenNorway and Denmark began moving into the area. There were also substantial populations of migrant workers from Latin America and Mexico moving here for work.
Immigrants from GreecePolandItalyGermany and Southern, and Eastern Europe began moving to Minneapolis later, and they settled in the Northeast neighborhood of the city, which is still known for its high Polish population.
By the s, Jews from Russia and Eastern Europe began to arrive and settled in the northern area of the city before moving to the western suburbs in the s and '60s. Government relocations also brought in two populations: Japanese during the s and Native Americans in the next decade. From the s onward, Asians began to arrive from other countries like ThailandCambodiaand Vietnam.
The Latino wave of immigrants was next in the s, followed by immigrants from the Horn of Africaparticularly Somalia. The non-English language spoken by the largest group is Spanish, which is spoken by 7. The race most likely to be in poverty in Minneapolis is Black, with The race least likely to be in poverty in Minneapolis is White, with The poverty rate among those that worked full-time for the past 12 months was 2. Among those working part-time, it was The age group where males are most likely to be married is Over 65, while the female age group most likely to be married is Non citizens include legal permanent residents green card holdersinternational students, temporary workers, humanitarian migrants, and illegal immigrants.
Born in Minneapolis. Of those not born in the United States, the largest percentage are from Africa. Minneapolis, Minnesota PopulationMinneapolis Population Growth It's hard to say if Minneapolis can continue the great growth its seen in the last three years. Anoka County. The current population of Minneapolis, Minnesota isbased on our projections of the latest US Census estimates.
The US Census estimates the population atThe last official US Census in recorded the population atMinneapolis, Minnesota Population Show Sourcess. Year Population Growth Growth Rate 3, 29, 0. Minneapolis Metro Area Population by Year. Race Population Percentage White Minneapolis Population by Race. Show Sources. Minneapolis Median Age Minneapolis Age Dependency Minneapolis Sex Ratio Female Male Minneapolis Population by Age.
Rate of Home Ownership. Minneapolis Households and Families. Minneapolis Households by Type. Minneapolis Educational Attainment by Sex over The highest rate of high school graduation is among white people with a rate of The highest rate of bachelors degrees is among white people with a rate of Minneapolis Educational Attainment by Race.
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