What is the current population of Greensboro?

Based on the latest 2020 data from the US census, the current population of Greensboro is 296,710. Greensboro, North Carolina is the 67th largest city in the US.

What was the peak population of Greensboro?

The current population of Greensboro (296,710) is it's peak population.

How quickly is Greensboro growing?

Greensboro has grown 29.8% since the 2000. Greensboro, North Carolina is growing moderately quickly; it is growing faster than 77% of similarly sized cities since 2000.

Is Greensboro the biggest city in North Carolina?

No, Greensboro is the 3rd largest city in the state of North Carolina. The biggest city, Charlotte, is 3.0x bigger than Greensboro.

What county is Greensboro, North Carolina in?

Greensboro is located entirely in Guilford County.

What is the population density of Greensboro, North Carolina?

Greensboro has a population density of 2,131.5 people per square mile.

What is the size of Greensboro, North Carolina in square miles?

Greensboro has an area of 126.5 square miles. Greensboro is the 5th largest city, by area, in North Carolina.

What is the voting age population of Greensboro, North Carolina?

The total voting age population of Greensboro, North Carolina, meaning US citizens 18 or older, is 211,930. The voting age population is 44.6% male and 55.4% female.

What percentage of Greensboro, North Carolina residents are senior citizens?

According to the latest census statistics, 13.7% of the residents of Greensboro are 65 or older.

What are the racial demographics of Greensboro, North Carolina?

The racial demographics of Greensboro are 47.3% White, 41.4% Black, 5.0% Asian, 3.0% Two or more races, 2.7% Other, 0.5% American Indian and 0.1% Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander. Additionally, 7.9% of the population identifies as Hispanic.

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2019 296,710 67
2018 294,722 67
2017 290,222 68
2016 287,027 68
2015 285,342 68
2014 282,586 67
2013 279,639 68
2012 277,080 69
2011 273,456 69
2010 269,666 69
2009 255,124 73
2008 251,179 74
2007 245,767 75
2006 240,533 74
2005 236,449 77
2004 233,359 78
2003 232,456 78
2002 231,415 78
2001 230,295 77
2000 228,518 75
1990 191,591 83
1970 144,076 94
1960 119,574 100

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2000-2019
57 Santa Ana, California 332,318 -1.8%
58 Riverside, California 331,360 28.2%
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61 Henderson, Nevada 320,189 78.6%
62 Stockton, California 312,697 27.8%
63 St. Paul, Minnesota 308,096 7.4%
64 Cincinnati, Ohio 303,940 -8.2%
65 St. Louis, Missouri 300,576 -13.3%
66 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 300,286 -10.0%
67 Greensboro, North Carolina 296,710 29.8%
68 Lincoln, Nebraska 289,102 26.9%
69 Anchorage, Alaska 288,000 10.5%
70 Plano, Texas 287,677 28.3%
71 Orlando, Florida 287,442 47.6%
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73 Newark, New Jersey 282,011 3.4%
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76 Toledo, Ohio 272,779 -13.0%
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Similarly Sized Cities In North Carolina

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2019
41 Raleigh 474,069 63.3%
67 Greensboro 296,710 29.8%
74 Durham 278,993 47.7%
90 Winston-Salem 247,945 22.6%
108 Fayetteville 211,657 6.1%
154 Cary 170,282 74.8%

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