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Queens, NY is the largest borough in New York City and has a population of 2,393,104 people. The population density is 20,508.43 people per square mile which is higher than the US population density of 93.29 people per square mile. Queens has an abundance of businesses such as major shopping centers like the Queens Center Mall and Flushing Meadows Corona Park - home to the US Open tennis tournament. There are many year-round outdoor activities including hiking in Alley Pond Park or relaxing at Rockaway Beach during summer months. For those looking for a more cultural experience there are a variety of diverse and vibrant neighborhoods such as Jackson Heights and Astoria to explore with many local cafes, restaurants, and ethnic markets. Additionally there are several notable demographic organizations such as the Queens Historical Society which preserves the borough’s history through tours, exhibitions, lectures and special events. And sports fans can cheer on our favorite teams from Major League Baseball (NY Mets) or Major League Soccer (NYCFC) at their respective stadiums located in Queens.

The population in Queens is 2,393,104. There are 22,050 people per square mile aka population density. The median age in Queens is 39.6, the US median age is 38.4. The number of people per household in Queens is 2.9, the US average of people per household is 2.6.

Family in Queens
- 48.4% are married
- 7.7% are divorced
- 31.5% are married with children
- 16.7% have children, but are single
Race in Queens

- 25.4% are White
- 17.2% are Black
- 25.1% are Asian
- 0.2% are Native American
- 2.0% claim Other
- 28.0% claim Hispanic ethnicity
- 2.1% Two or more races
- 0.0% Hawaiian, Pacific Islander

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