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Vermont is a unique state located in the northeastern United States. It has a population of 641,637 and a population density of 67.63 people per square mile, which is lower than the US overall population density of 93.29 people per square mile. The state is known for its picturesque landscapes and abundance of outdoor activities year-round such as skiing, snowboarding, hiking, fishing, biking and camping. There are many popular local businesses in Vermont such as Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream and Cabot Cheese. Additionally, there are several prominent demographic organizations like Vermont Women's Fund and Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program that serve to support the community. Last but not least, there are various local sporting events such as the Vermont State Amateur Hockey Championship that draw crowds from near and far each year.

The population in Vermont is 641,637. There are 70 people per square mile aka population density. The median age in Vermont is 42.7, the US median age is 38.4. The number of people per household in Vermont is 2.3, the US average of people per household is 2.6.

Family in Vermont
- 48.8% are married
- 12.1% are divorced
- 28.6% are married with children
- 14.5% have children, but are single
Race in Vermont

- 93.2% are White
- 1.2% are Black
- 1.5% are Asian
- 0.3% are Native American
- 0.1% claim Other
- 1.8% claim Hispanic ethnicity
- 1.8% Two or more races
- 0.0% Hawaiian, Pacific Islander

   Estimated Total Population by Age

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Over 9 years ago

Hi, I'm looking for beauty, good hiking trails, and some light sight seeing. I have a couple of friends who have been to Vermont and loved it. They say that Vermont  More

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Over 9 years ago

Burlington is a safe and lively place to live; including the metro area the population is medium sized. Employment is only mediocre and the winters are long and cold.  More

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Over 10 years ago

Spent 48 years on the NY / Vermont border living and working in both states. The reason we moved to Florida three years ago was because of taxes, politics, taxes, cold  More

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