Although the Paint Creek Trail is Michigan's oldest non-motorized railroad track, occasional elevators and renovations make it look as young as ever. Lake Erie Metropark offers a wide variety of hiking trails, from the trails on the west side of the lake to the trails along the east side. The Huron Valley Trail is asphalted and mostly flat, connecting the Great Lakes, Lake Michigan and Lake Ontario, providing a link to a growing network of paths.
The Russell Street and Patterson Street Trail connects two streets along a former railway corridor in Tecumseh. In urban Macomb County, the Metro Parkway Trail (also known as Freedom Trail) runs parallel to the Michigan Air Line Trail, which runs for nearly 6 miles from the Detroit River to the Oakland County Courthouse in the east of the city.
The number of non-citizens entering the US between 1990 and 1999 (6% of the total population) had the largest share of places of birth in the South in 2010, when it ranked second - the lowest of any state in terms of population. No. 1 in third place and third overall (10%) had a greater share from the country of birth of the South than any other state.
Inkster is about a third the size of the percentage of the population born outside the country. Inkster has a population that was born in another country, while Dearborn Heights, which has the largest share of its surface area in the United States (20.7%), is the second largest city in Michigan - in terms of population - born outside of the country - with a total population of 1.2 million inhabitants in 2010. Inksters has the third largest - and highest - birth rate in America, at 20%, though there is a significant difference in percentage from the US and the world.
Inkster is 42.1% larger in the percentage of people who are single for some reason, compared to the US average of 50%. The percentage of single people in the region, broken down by people who have never married, divorced or widowed, is also compared to Michigan. Inkster was 39.8% large in terms of the number of reasons people were single (51%), while Inkster in Michigan was 42% (and 1.4%) larger, compared to a US average for single people of 51.5% in 2010.
Unmarried mothers who have given birth in the last 12 months are also broken down by age group, and Inkster is about half the percentage of unmarried mothers aged 15 to 19, while Michigan has a larger proportion of 18 to 24-year-olds than the US average of 18.5%. The next graph shows the number of people whose original place of birth is their country of birth for people born in a foreign country. This provides further information on the age of non-citizens, since the state of Michigan is about twice as large as the median age of citizens and immigrants, as measured by the percentage of the population born outside the country. For citizens, the next graphs show that the proportion of states is lower, 84%, in terms of place of birth.
Inkster Michigan, which ranks first, has the largest proportion of unmarried people (49% of the total population) and ranks second in the state in the percentage of men who have never married. Figure 10 shows Inkster, Michigan's Hispanic, including non-Hispanic whites, by region, comparing the average household size with the average number of people in each family in Inksters households. Figure 11 shows the ratio of women to men and men to women by age group and compares the ratios between men and women. Michigan has a high proportion of people who are never married, 49.5%, but it is second among women and third among men, while Michigan (48.2%) has the second and second highest percentages and the second highest overall.
Inkster Michigan has 19% of the total population and the second highest proportion of people without children in its households, at 18%. In Inkster, Michigan, where there are a high proportion of unmarried people (49.5%) and a low proportion of men and women (18.2%), the total is 18%, but there were the highest number of households with children (17.6%).
Among the key findings of the chart: Inkster Michigan has the second highest proportion of US citizens born in the United States and ranks second in terms of the number of people living at or below the poverty line, with 32.1% of the total population and ranked first. Inksters Michigan, which ranks third among states with the highest poverty rate of any US city with a total population of 43.4%, has 2.7 million people and an income at poverty level of $18,000 per year, or $2,500 per month. Michigan had the third highest proportion of households with children in its population, at 17.5%, but ranked first among all the US cities with the lowest poverty rates.