Hawaii’s capital city Honolulu is the second-most populous city in the United States and has more than 3 million people.
The city’s population has grown by almost 20 percent over the last decade, from 1.5 million to 1.7 million people, and it has a population density of almost 6,000 people per square mile.
It is home to one of the largest, most densely populated cities in the country, home to more than 600 million people and more than 20 million people living in the suburbs.
The population of the city has increased by nearly 4 million since 1990.
Hawaii is a state of the union and a major tourist destination for Americans.
There are more than 50 million tourists annually and the state’s economy is expected to grow by $1.7 billion during 2020, according to the Hawaii Tourism Office.
But it is a place that is also home to a lot of suffering.
In the first 10 months of 2017, there were 639 deaths in Honolulu, the Honolulu Star Advertiser reported.
There are nearly 50,000 homeless people living on the streets, according the American Civil Liberties Union of Hawaii.
It is a city with a high concentration of poverty, with the median income for people living below the poverty line, and the median household income for families living below $40,000.
A report from the nonprofit organization, the Hawaii Policy Institute, estimates that nearly 2.5 percent of the state population is unemployed, with about a third of the unemployed being women and the rest of the population being men.
One in four Hawaiians is living in poverty, according data from the Honolulu-Hilo Health Department.
The state also has a high poverty rate for the state as a whole, the Star Ad-vertiser noted.
Kelley Lipps is a freelance journalist based in Honolulu.