Annapolis, Maryland Population 2018
Annapolis is a city located in the state of Maryland. Annapolis is located in Anne Arundel County, where it is the county seat. It is also the state capital. Annapolis is located within close proximity of Baltimore, as well as Washington, D.C. It was first founded in 1649 but wasn’t incorporated until 1708. The city’s population at the time of the 2010 census was 38,394. Estimates show that this number has risen slightly to 39,418. The total area of Annapolis is 8.1 square miles with a population density of 4,700 residents per square mile.
Over 60% of the resident of Annapolis are white. About 26% is black, 2.1% is Asian, 9% is another race, and 2.6% are multiracial. A total of 16.8% of residents are of Hispanic or Latino descent. People between the ages of 25 and 44 make up the largest age group, accounting for 1.1% of the total population. Almost 21% of residents are under 18, while 13% are at least 65 years old. There are more women than men residing in Annapolis, with 52.2% of the population being made up of women. Around 12.7% of the city’s total population live below the federal poverty line. Annapolis’ population has seen overall steady growth since the 19th century, although the population did slide backwards a bit at the time of the 1940 census. The most recent estimates show that the population has risen 2.7% since the last census in 2010, and this city is well on its way to soon reaching 50,000 residents.