About 11.6 million people live in Ohio (the seventh largest population among US states). The average population density in the state is about 99 people per km² (the 9th place in the United States).
The largest cities of Ohio are the state capital – Columbus (about 800,000 inhabitants, 15th place on the list of the largest cities in the USA), Cleveland (about 400,000 inhabitants), Cincinnati (about 300,000 inhabitants), Toledo (nearly 300,000 inhabitants), Akron (about 300,000 inhabitants) and Dayton (about 150,000 inhabitants).
The largest urban agglomeration in Ohio formed around Cincinnati (about 2 150 000 people, the 27th place in the list of US cities), Cleveland (more than 2 050 000 people) and Columbus (about 1 85 000 people).
The racial rate of the state of Ohio:
|Blacks (African Americans)||12.2%|
|Native Americans (Indians or Eskimos of Alaska)||about 0.2%|
|Other races||about 1.1%|
|Two or more races||about 2.1%|
|Hispanic or Latino (of any race)||about 3.1%|
The largest ethnic (national) groups among the population of Ohio:
Ohio’s largest populations by religion are:
|Jehovah’s Witnesses||about 1%|
Montgomery County is located in Ohio, USA. As of 2010, the population was accounted 534,325 people. This county was founded on May 1, 1803. It took its name after the name of the Irish military and political leader – Richard Montgomery.
The population density is 468 people per km². In the district, there are 248,443 residential buildings, with a building density of 208 buildings per km².
The racial composition of the population:
|Native Americans (Indians)||0.23%|
|Representatives of other races||0.49 %|
|Representatives of two or more races||1.51%|
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