Montgomery Population 2018
Montgomery is a city located in the state of Alabama. In addition to being the county seat for Montgomery County, it is also the state capital. It is the second most populated city in the state, falling only behind Birmingham. The last census taken in 2010 recorded a population of 205,764 for the city. This number has since dropped to 200,022 according to recent estimates. The city has won multiple awards throughout its history, including being named All-America City, being listed as one of the top cities for job growth, and named the “happiest city in Alabama.”
Montgomery’s population is primarily black, with this race making up 56.6% of the total population. Over 37% of the population is white, more than 2% of the city’s population is Asian, 2.2% are of another race, 1.3% are mixed race and close to 4% are of Hispanic or Latino descent. Residents between the ages of 25 and 44 make up the largest age group in the city, comprising about 27.3% of the population. Nearly one-quarter of residents are under age 18, while 11.8% are at least 65 years old. There are more females than males residing in Montgomery, with 88.6 men for every 100 women. Over 21% of the population lives below the federal poverty line. The city’s crime rates fall below the state and national averages for violent crimes but has a higher rate of property crimes. Recent estimates show that the population has dropped by 2.8% since the last census after experiencing years of growth. However, with the many educational and employment opportunities, its military presence and its culture and recent city revitalization projects, there is no indicating that this downward trend will continue.