St. Paul is a city located in Alaska. With a 2020 population of 399, it is the 144th largest city in Alaska and the 20479th largest city in the United States. St. Paul is currently declining at a rate of -1.72% annually and its population has decreased by -3.39% since the most recent census, which recorded a population of 413 in 2020. Spanning over 295 miles, St. Paul has a population density of 9 people per square mile.
The average household income in St. Paul is $63,224 with a poverty rate of 22.52%. The median rental costs in recent years comes to $1,000 per month, and the median house value is -. The median age in St. Paul is 42.8 years, 45 years for males, and 35.7 years for females.
According to the most recent ACS, the racial composition of St. Paulwas:
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The highest rate of high school graduation is among white people with a rate of 100.00%.
The highest rate of bachelors degrees is among white people with a rate of 26.32%.
77.39% of St. Paul residents speak only English, while 22.61% speak other languages. The non-English language spoken by the largest group is Other languages, which is spoken by 19.95% of the population.
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The race most likely to be in poverty in St. Paul is Native, with 25.15% below the poverty level.
The race least likely to be in poverty in St. Paul is Other, with NaN% below the poverty level.
The poverty rate among those that worked full-time for the past 12 months was 1.03%. Among those working part-time, it was 21.57%, and for those that did not work, the poverty rate was 48.39%.
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Non citizens include legal permanent residents (green card holders), international students, temporary workers, humanitarian migrants, and illegal immigrants.
Born in St. Paul
99.25% of St. Paul residents were born in the United States, with 88.72% having been born in Alaska. 0.00% of residents are not US citizens. Of those not born in the United States, the largest percentage are from Asia.