A lot of Hawai’í’i residents are in a rush to get out and enjoy the summer.
That’s because, as many as 3.3 million people in the state are heading to the islands, the highest number ever recorded.
The numbers, released Wednesday by the U.S. Census Bureau, show that Hawai’is are spending $10.9 billion on outdoor activities, up nearly 4% from last year.
More than 8.3 billion dollars is spent in Hawai’ia on vacation, including more than 1.6 billion dollars for tourists.
There’s more than one way to spend money, however, as more than 3.1 million of Hawaiʻi residents say they have already visited or plan to visit the islands this summer.
It’s not just the beach that’s up this year.
The population is also rising in cities and towns.
The Census Bureau says that more than 10% of the population has a college degree or more.
There are also more Hawai’ians than ever before who are living in urban areas.
According to the census, there are now more than 885,000 Hawai’ii people in cities, towns and counties.
The city of Honolulu has the highest population, with 2,972,000 residents.
The number of Hawaiians living in Honolulu is up 4% over last year, while the number of residents of Honolulu in cities is up nearly 7% over the same time.
The median age in the city of Hawaii is 39.2 years old, the Census Bureau said.
The region of the state with the largest increase in population is the Honolulu metropolitan area.
The area is also seeing a larger percentage of the people over the age of 50.
The census said that Honolulu is seeing the largest population growth in Hawaiʼi.
The increase in the number in the region is also driven by the high number of people over 50.
In Honolulu, the population of the city has more than doubled, from 636,000 people in 2012 to 772,500 in 2016.
It also has the largest percentage increase in urban population.
In Kailua-Kona, there is a larger increase than the city as a whole.
The state’s population grew from 2,891,000 in 2012, to 2,821,000 last year and to 2.4 million in 2020.
The most populated areas of Kailau, the capital of the Island of Hawai`i, saw a larger growth than the state as a overall population.
Kailoa-Koa, a city of about 12,000, has nearly doubled in population since 2012, from 703,000 to 711,000.
Kona is also the capital city of Kauai, the home island of Oahu, and the second most populated of the islands.
The highest number of Kona residents are ages 40 and older, with nearly 1,000 more than the national average.
In other parts of the State, there’s an increase in number of young adults ages 25 to 34.
There also is a trend of more young adults living in the suburbs of the cities, which is an increase of more than 2.5% since 2012.
In Waikiki, population has more that doubled from 2.1 to 2 million over the last two years.
Honolulu is home to nearly 5.6 million people, more than in any other city in the country, according to the Census.
The average age of residents in the U’u Hula community of Honolulu is 35.2, while Kailuanui is home of nearly 2.7 million people.
Honolulu has a median age of 39.6 years, the most among the cities in the nation, according the Census bureau.
The cities of Kīlauea and Kailu’i also are seeing higher population growth than in other cities, with the two communities seeing the most population growth over the past two years, according of the Census data.
The counties that are home to the most residents are also the most populated in the United States.
Kauai County, the state capital, is home for nearly 2 million people and Kīlau is home the most for the second consecutive year.
There is a bigger number of population growth within Hawaiʝi than in most other U.M. states, the census said.
For the full data set, visit the Census website.