Anchorage, Alaska, is home to over 40% of the total population of the state. More than 310 thousand people live there now, which makes Anchorage the most populous city of the 49th state.

According to the latest U.S. Census, Anchorage has more than 117,332 households and 90,894 families residing within the municipality. The population density is about 180.2 per square mile. The average household size is 3.4 people and the average family size is just about 4.2 individuals. Visitors usually come to the city to enjoy its powerful views and landscapes: six mountain ranges are seen from the city, as well as Mount McKinley, the tallest mountain of North America.

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