At least 10.2 million people call North Carolina home making it the ninth most populous state in the US. The capital of North Carolina and the county seat for Wake County are both located in Raleigh. After Charlotte, it is the second most populous city in North Carolina. It is also the largest city in the Research Triangle metro area, the tenth most populated city in the Southeast, and the 41st most populous city nationwide. Due to the numerous oak trees that border the streets in the center of the city, Raleigh is referred to as the City of Oaks. The city has 147.6 square miles of land area. 474,069 people were residing in the city according to the U.S. Census Bureau in 2020. It is one of the American cities with the fastest population growth. The port city of Wilmington serves as the county seat of New Hanover County in North Carolina’s coastal southeast. The city has the eighth-highest population in the state. The main city covering the counties of New Hanover and Pender in southeast North Carolina is Wilmington. The county seat and largest city in Guilford County is Greensboro. After Charlotte and Raleigh, it is the third most populated city in North Carolina. It is also the 69th most populous city in the country and the largest city in the Piedmont Triad metropolitan area. The Greensboro metro area is currently home to 369,000 people in 2022 a rise of 1.1% from 2021. Its area is 353.9 square miles. More than 190,000 individuals are employed in the North Carolina tourism sector. The sixth most visited state in the nation is this one. In North Carolina, the counties are responsible for local assessment and collection of the property tax.
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