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The state of Alabama is home to 4,997,675 people and has a population density of 97.18 people per square mile. It is located in the southeastern United States and offers a variety of year-round outdoor activities for residents and visitors to enjoy. From hiking trails to boating lakes, there are plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation. Some popular local businesses include Auburn Tigers football games at Jordan-Hare Stadium as well as the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. Other demographic organizations include the Alabama Chapter of the National Association for Women's Rights and the Alabama Department of Commerce. There are also many sporting events throughout the year such as the Birmingham Ironman Triathlon, Huntsville Half Marathon, Gulf Coast Classic Soccer Tournament and Mobile Bay Bears Baseball game. Alabama is an exciting state full of diverse culture and activities that make it a great place to live or visit.

The population in Alabama is 4,997,675. There are 99 people per square mile aka population density. The median age in Alabama is 39.3, the US median age is 38.4. The number of people per household in Alabama is 2.6, the US average of people per household is 2.6.

Family in Alabama
- 49.4% are married
- 12.5% are divorced
- 28.5% are married with children
- 18.2% have children, but are single
Race in Alabama

- 65.9% are White
- 26.4% are Black
- 1.3% are Asian
- 0.5% are Native American
- 0.1% claim Other
- 4.1% claim Hispanic ethnicity
- 1.7% Two or more races
- 0.0% Hawaiian, Pacific Islander

   Estimated Total Population by Age

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As someone who has lived in Alabama for 19 years, the best thing i can say about the state is that it could be worse. First of all, if you're not a straight white  More

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My husband and I have lived in Memphis for the last 14 years. Believe me, anyplace is better to live than Memphis. These poor folks are stuck in a Civil Rights bubble  More

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Can anyone tell me about the services available to senior citizens in Foley. example: if I move there now, I am 67. If I stay and eventually stop driving are there  More

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