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The 2016 Miami, Florida, population is 441,003. There are 12,287 people per square mile (population density).

Family in Miami, Florida

The median age is 39.1. The US median is 37.4. 38.80% of people in Miami, Florida, are married. 13.88% are divorced.

The average household size is 2.67 people. 23.04% of people are married, with children. 23.56% have children, but are single.

Race in Miami, Florida

11.14% of people are white, 16.66% are black, 0.82% are asian, 0.07% are native american, and 0.14% claim 'Other'.

70.73% of the people in Miami, Florida, claim hispanic ethnicity (meaning 29.27% are non-hispanic).

  PEOPLEMiami, FloridaUnited States
  Population  441,003321,418,820
  Population - 2010  391,458308,745,538
  Population - 2000  362,470285,036,114
  Population - 1990  358,548251,960,433
  Pop. 1990 to Now  23.00%27.57%
  Pop. 2000 to Now  21.67%12.76%
  Pop. Density  12,28791
  Land Area  363,531,905
  Water Area  20264,837
  Median Age  39.137.4
  Female Population  50.34%50.81%
  Male Population  49.67%49.19%
  White  11.14%62.77%
  Black  16.66%12.24%
  Asian  0.82%4.95%
  Native American  0.07%0.66%
  Hawaiian, Pacific Islander  0.01%0.16%
  Other  0.14%0.20%
  Two or More Races  0.44%2.13%
  Hispanic  70.73%16.90%
  Non-Hispanic  29.27%83.10%
  Households  152,525116,211,000
  Family Households  84,96276,958,100
  Non Family Households  67,56339,253,000
  Household Size  2.672.63
  Married Population  38.80%50.58%
  Single Population  61.20%49.42%
  Now Married  34.41%48.41%
  Married but Separated  4.39%2.17%
  Never Married  40.71%32.55%
  Widowed  6.60%5.95%
  Divorced  13.88%10.92%
  Married, w/children  23.04%31.68%
  Married, no children  32.96%41.44%
  Single, w/children  23.56%16.94%
  Single, no children  20.43%9.95%

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