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Cincinnati's strong job market, good schools and relatively low cost of living attract families. Some choose to stay close to the city proper in neighborhoods such as Oakley, Hyde Park and North Avondale.
According to the most recent ACS, the racial composition of Cincinnatiwas: White: 50.33% Black or African American: 41.37% Two or more races: 4.58%
Table PopulationPersons 65 years and over, percent\ue840\ue83f 12.5%Female persons, percent\ue840\ue83f 51.6%Race and Hispanic OriginWhite alone, percent\ue840\ue83f 50.3%54 more rows
Cincinnati Firsts 1835 First bag of airmail lifted by a hot air balloon. 1849 First city in the U.S. to hold a municipal song festival - Saengerfest. 1850 First city in the U.S. to establish a Jewish hospital. 1850 First city in the U.S. to publish greeting cards - Gibson Greeting Card Company.
Cincinnati claims ownership because the city became known as \u201cThe Queen of the West\u201d as its population grew in the late 18th Century with Americans pushing westward along the Ohio Valley.

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Population (up 7.4% to 331.4 million). Race and ethnicity (White alone 61.6%; Black alone 12.4%; Hispanic 18.7%; Asian alone 6%; American Indian and Alaska Native alone 1.1%; Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone 0.2%; Some Other Race alone 8.4%; Two or More Races 10.2%).
Cincinnati is famous for its unique and delicious food. You might have heard of Skyline, our city's signature chili restaurant, or goetta, a German twist on sausage.
Cincinnati Demographics White: 50.33% Black or African American: 41.37% Two or more races: 4.58% Asian: 2.19%
Cincinnati was ranked as the best place to live in Ohio. Here is what to love. U.S. News & World Report ranked Cincinnati as the No. 1 city to live in Ohio for 2021-22 \u2013 but the accolades don't stop there.
Cincinnati has been ranked as one of the best places to live in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report. Cincinnati has been ranked 41 among 150 metro areas in the country. The ranking is based on the quality of life and the job market as well as the value of living there and people's desire to live there.

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