Newton, Alabama Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The population of Newton City is diverse, with many college students, recent graduates, and upwardly mobile singles. The city is full of people in their twenties and thirties with professional degrees. Whether you're looking to date a new colleague or meet your soul mate, Newton offers plenty of options. Listed below are some facts about Newton City and its residents. Read on to learn more about the town's population, and find out how you can get a better feel for this thriving community.

The city is built on the land of Native Americans. The Newton Tribe has been living in this region for at least 12,000 years. Despite 400 years of disease, forced assimilation, and racism, their culture and way of life has survived. Early English settlers fled to the "new world" in the 1600s, and the rapid growth of English settlements resulted in conflict with the Native people and the city's Native population.

As of the 2010 census, the town's population was a bit mixed, with 21.2% of the population under 18 years old, 10.3% of those in their thirties, and 24. The remaining population was 25-44 years old and 65 years old or older. The city's ratio of white to black residents was about 85:1, and the percentage of Hispanics was slightly lower than the state average.