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GREENWICH — The town’s population has grown very little over the past decade, but one neighborhood recorded the most new residents in Greenwich, with much of the increase due to an influx of Hispanic residents, according to the latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau.
Since 2010, Greenwich’s population has risen by only 2,347 people, a 3.8 percent increase overall, bringing it to a total of 63,518 residents in 2020, according to recently released data from the Decennial 2020 Census. And Hispanic-identifying residents made up 93 percent of that increase.