Flint is a city in the lower half of Michigan, and the county seat of Genesee County. Genesee County encompasses the city's entire metropolitan area, which is the 4th largest in the state. The city has a total area of 34.1 square miles where 0.4 square miles of the total is water.
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As of 2000, Flint has an estimated population of 124,943 people according to the official census. The city has a population density of 3,714.9 peoples per square mile. Flint health insurance is influenced by the demographics of the area. Of the population, the racial makeup consists of 53,27% African American, 41.49% Caucasian, 7.2% German, 5.6 American, 2.99% Hispanic/Latino, 0.64% Native American, 0.44% Asian American, 0.02% Pacific Islander, and 1.11% other. Roughly 3.14% of the population was from two or more racial backgrounds. The median household income was $28,015. The median family income was $31,424.
Flint home insurance and Flint auto insurance depend on the city's crime rates. In the later part of the 20th century, Flint was known for its crime ridden streets and deindustrialization. However, as of 2007, rape is down 36%, homicide is down 52%, and overall crime dropped 46%. Auto theft, larceny and assault also dropped in its numbers.
Life insurance in Flint relies on the quality of life in the city. Education is high here, with four higher education facilities in the area: the University of Michigan - Flint, Kattering University, Baker College, and Mott Community College. Along with education, the city's culture is very rich. There are several libraries, museums and art/music/theatre venues.