St. Paul demographics profile

StatisticSt. PaulMinnesotaNational
Population297,1605,450,868318,558,162
Population density (sq mi)5,7176291
Median age31.437.837.7
Male/Female ratio1.0:11.0:11.0:1
Married (15yrs & older)43%58%55%
Speak English72%89%79%
Speak Spanish7%4%13%
St. Paul, MN has a population of 297,160 and is the 66th largest city in the United States. The population density is 5,717 per sq mi which is 9141% higher than the Minnesota average and 6211% higher than the national average. The median age in St. Paul is 31 which is approximately 17% lower than the Minnesota average of 38. In St. Paul, 43% of the population over 15 years of age are married, 72% speak English and 7% speak Spanish. 55% of St. Paul residents were born in Minnesota, 25% were born out of state, 1% were born outside of the United States and 19% were foreign born.

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  • The population density in St. Paul is 9141% higher than Minnesota.
  • The median age in St. Paul is 17% lower than Minnesota.
  • In St. Paul 58.61% of the population is Caucasian.
  • In St. Paul 15.68% of the population is African American.
  • In St. Paul 17.30% of the population is Asian.

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St. Paul population breakdown by race

RaceSt. PaulMinnesotaNational
Caucasian58.61%84.34%73.35%
African American15.68%5.70%12.63%
Asian17.30%4.53%5.22%
American Indian0.84%1.04%0.82%
Native Hawaiian0.02%0.04%0.18%
Mixed race4.83%2.72%3.06%
Other race2.72%1.62%4.75%
In St. Paul, 9.4% of people are of Hispanic or Latino origin.
Please note: Hispanics may be of any race, so also are included in any/all of the applicable race categories above.

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Source: The St. Paul, MN demographics data displayed above is derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).