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PeopleOmaha, NEUnited States
Population - 2010408,958308,745,538
Population - 2000415,184285,036,114
Population - 1990384,449251,960,433
Pop. 1990 to Now7.35%22.69%
Pop. 2000 to Now-0.60%8.46%
Pop. Density3,24788
Land Area127.0883,531,905.42
Water Area3.489264,836.79
Median Age33.737.2
Female Population51.11%50.83%
Male Population48.89%49.18%
Age 0 to 47.50%6.51%
Age 5 to 96.91%6.57%
Age 10 to 146.69%6.68%
Age 15 to 174.00%4.17%
Age 18 to 204.54%4.45%
Age 21 to 246.43%5.52%
Age 25 to 3415.66%13.32%
Age 35 to 4412.35%13.34%
Age 45 to 5413.54%14.44%
Age 55 to 595.97%6.37%
Age 60 to 644.98%5.48%
Age 65 to 745.76%7.12%
Age 75 to 843.84%4.25%
Age 85 and over1.81%1.78%
Native American0.78%0.82%
Hawaiian, Pacific Islander0.04%0.17%
Two or More Races3.17%2.68%
Family Households96,58576,595,548
Non Family Households67,66338,631,254
Household Size2.452.61
Married Population45.62%51.40%
Single Population54.38%48.60%
Now Married43.80%49.23%
Married but Separated1.83%2.17%
Never Married36.75%31.83%
Married, w/children31.33%32.53%
Married, no children37.69%41.14%
Single, w/children21.08%16.88%
Single, no children9.90%9.45%

Marital Status

The 2014 Omaha, NE, population is 412,689. There are 3,247 people per square mile (population density).

Family in Omaha, NE

The median age is 33.7. The US median is 37.2. 45.62% of people in Omaha, NE, are married. 11.80% are divorced.

The average household size is 2.45 people. 31.33% of people are married, with children. 21.08% have children, but are single.

Race in Omaha, NE

75.32% of people are white, 13.11% are black, 2.42% are asian, 0.78% are native american, and 5.16% claim 'Other'.

12.92% of the people in Omaha, NE, claim hispanic ethnicity (meaning 87.08% are non-hispanic).

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