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North Carolina is a vibrant and diverse state located in the southeastern United States, with a population of 10,367 022. It offers visitors, and residents alike, many different opportunities for leisure activities year-round. Popular outdoor activities include hiking, fishing, mountain biking, and kayaking in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park or beside the North Carolina coastline. There are also many locally-owned businesses to visit such as breweries, cafes, restaurants, galleries and boutiques. The state is home to several professional sports teams such as the NFL’s Carolina Panthers and minor league baseball's Durham Bulls. Additionally there are plenty of organizations that focus on providing resources for local demographics such as racial diversity initiatives and LGBTQ youth outreach programs. North Carolina has something for everyone!

The population in North Carolina is 10,367,022. There are 213 people per square mile aka population density. The median age in North Carolina is 39, the US median age is 38.4. The number of people per household in North Carolina is 2.5, the US average of people per household is 2.6.

Family in North Carolina
- 50.9% are married
- 10.7% are divorced
- 30.1% are married with children
- 17.9% have children, but are single
Race in North Carolina

- 63.6% are White
- 21.2% are Black
- 2.7% are Asian
- 1.1% are Native American
- 0.2% claim Other
- 9.1% claim Hispanic ethnicity
- 2.1% Two or more races
- 0.1% Hawaiian, Pacific Islander

   Estimated Total Population by Age

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Western NC (eg Asheville, Hendersonville and surrounding areas) is Not the place to move to. No proper supporting jobs except tourism and elderly care. Horrendous drug  More

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Over 6 years ago

Lots of scenery, slow moving, minor crime and mostly friendly people. Natives only want your money: was told I needed to spend my money locally and not else ware. If you  More

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To Best Places: Due to an archaic discriminatory common law North Carolina is not a good place to move to or to live in. It is known as the 1% contributory negligence  More

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