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Ohio State is a state full of opportunity and diversity, with a population of 11,769,923 people and a population density of 286.17 people per square mile. It is home to some of the most recognizable businesses in the United States, such as Procter & Gamble, The Kroger Company and Macy's. With its diverse landscape and vibrant culture, Ohio State offers year-round outdoor activities ranging from camping in Cuyahoga Valley National Park to canoeing on the Ohio River. It also has several demographic organizations such as The Ohio Hispanic Coalition and The Women's Fund of Central Ohio that strive to promote social justice movements within their respective communities. In terms of sports, Ohio State is well known for its college teams such as the Buckeyes football team and the Cleveland Indians baseball team. All in all, Ohio State is an amazing place to live with plenty of opportunities for individuals no matter their background or interests.

The population in Ohio is 11,769,923. There are 288 people per square mile aka population density. The median age in Ohio is 39.4, the US median age is 38.4. The number of people per household in Ohio is 2.5, the US average of people per household is 2.6.

Family in Ohio
- 48.9% are married
- 12.1% are divorced
- 29.3% are married with children
- 17.4% have children, but are single
Race in Ohio

- 79.6% are White
- 12.1% are Black
- 2.0% are Asian
- 0.1% are Native American
- 0.1% claim Other
- 3.6% claim Hispanic ethnicity
- 2.3% Two or more races
- 0.0% Hawaiian, Pacific Islander

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Ohio is pretty good if you can get a decent job. Weather is tempered with the great lakes, and we've get all 4 seasons. Summers are pretty hot, but winters could stand  More

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Ohio is the armpit of American (with KY being the anus). Phrases such as "Nothing to See since 1803," or "Come to Ohio on vacation, leave on probation," aptly describe  More

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Many large cities with tons of things to do. The the Cs offer anything you like-- water/beach at lake erie in Cleveland. Or hit in town at night in the Short North over  More

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