Top 10 Best Tourist Places to Visit in Providence, Rhode Island | USA – English

Top 10 Best Tourist Places to Visit in Providence, Rhode Island | USA – English

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3 Popular Attractions In Rhode Island

  • Misquamicut State Beach: State park in Westerly, Rhode Island.
    • Newport Cliff Walk: Public access walkway along the shore line in Newport, Rhode Island.
    • Rosecliff: Mansion in Newport, Rhode Island.

    Rhode Island Facts

    • Rhode Island shares a state water border with New York.
    • The White Horse Tavern was built in 1673 and is the oldest operating tavern in the United States.
    • One of Rhode Island’s most recognized icons is a 58-foot long Eastern Subterranean Termite called The Big Blue Bug, or “Nibbles Woodaway” which looms over 95 south. He welcomes people into the capital city of Providence, often dressed in seasonal garb. Right now, he is wearing a mask.
    • Central Falls is the smallest, most densely populated city in the smallest state. Maybe because of this, 100 percent of its population lives within 10-minutes of a park or green space..
    Live Births by Race/Ethnicity of Mother
    Race 2013[99] 2014[100] 2015[101] 2016[102] 2017[103] 2018[104] 2019[105] 2020[106]
    White: 8,672 (80.2%) 8,734 (80.7%) 8,824 (80.3%)
    > non-Hispanic White 6,572 (60.8%) 6,573 (60.7%) 6,702 (61.0%) 6,338 (58.7%) 6,142 (57.7%) 6,008 (57.2%) 5,564 (54.7%) 5,495 (54.4%)
    Black 1,411 (13.0%) 1,365 (12.6%) 1,392 (12.7%) 784 (7.3%) 776 (7.3%) 783 (7.5%) 836 (8.2%) 805 (8.0%)
    Asian 598 (5.5%) 594 (5.5%) 639 (5.8%) 565 (5.2%) 542 (5.1%) 519 (4.9%) 496 (4.9%) 476 (4.7%)
    American Indian 128 (1.2%) 130 (1.2%) 138 (1.2%) 63 (0.6%) 51 (0.5%) 41 (0.4%) 46 (0.4%) 36 (0.3%)
    Hispanic (of any race) 2,453 (22.7%) 2,585 (23.9%) 2,622 (23.8%) 2,684 (24.8%) 2,760 (25.9%) 2,756 (26.2%) 2,921 (28.7%) 2,927 (29.0%)
    Total Rhode Island 10,809 (100%) 10,823 (100%) 10,993 (100%) 10,798 (100%) 10,638 (100%) 10,506 (100%) 10,175 (100%) 10,101 (100%)

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    Rank Employer Employees Notes
    1 State of Rhode Island 14,904 Full-time equivalents
    2 Lifespan Hospital Group 11,869 Rhode Island Hospital (7,024 employees), The Miriam Hospital (2,410), Newport Hospital (919), Emma Pendleton Bradley Hospital (800), Lifespan Corporate Services (580), Newport Alliance Newport (68), Lifespan MSO (53), and Home Medical (15)
    3 U.S. federal government 11,581 Excludes 3,000 active duty military personnel and 7,000 reservists, but includes 250 employees of the Naval War College.
    4 Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence 6,200
    5 Care New England 5,953 Employees at: Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island (3,134), Kent County Memorial Hospital (1,850), Butler Hospital (800), VNA of Care New England (140), and Care New England (29)
    6 CVS Caremark 5,800 The corporate headquarters are at Woonsocket (5,630 employees). The corporation also has 170 employees at Pharmacare
    7 Citizens Financial Group 4,991 The corporate headquarters are in Johnston.
    8 Brown University 4,800 Excludes student employees.
    9 Stop & Shop Supermarket
    (subsidiary of Ahold)
    3,632
    10 Bank of America 3,500
    11 Fidelity Investments 2,934 2,434 employees in Smithfield and 500 in Providence
    12 Rhode Island ARC 2,851 Employees at James L. Maher Center (700), The Homestead Group (650), Cranston Arc (374), The ARC of Blackstone Valley (350), Kent County ARC (500), The Fogarty Center (225), and Westerly Chariho, ARC (52)
    13 MetLife Insurance Co. 2,604
    14 General Dynamics Corp. 2,243 2,200 employees at General Dynamics Electric Boat in North Kingstown, and 43 employees at General Dynamics Information Technology – Newport in Middletown adjacent to the Naval Undersea Warfare Center[132]
    15 University of Rhode Island 2,155
    16 Wal-Mart 2,078
    17 The Jan Companies 2,050 Employees at Jan-Co Burger King (1,500) (Burger King franchiser); Newport Creamery, LLC (400), Quidnessett Country Club (100), and The Country Inn (50)
    18 Shaw's Supermarkets
    (subsidiary of Albertsons LLC)
    1,900
    19 St. Joseph Health Services and Hospitals of Rhode Island/CharterCARE Health Partners 1,865 Employees at Our Lady of Fatima Hospital (1,343) and St. Joseph Hospital for Specialty Care (522)
    20 The Home Depot, Inc. 1,780

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    Gubernatorial election results[171]
    Year Democratic Republican
    1950 59.3% 176,125 40.7% 120,683
    1954 57.7% 189,595 41.7% 137,131
    1958 49.1% 170,275 50.9% 176,505
    1962 49.9% 163,554 50.1% 163,952
    1966 36.7% 121,862 63.3% 210,202
    1970 50.1% 173,420 49.5% 171,549
    1974 78.5% 252,436 21.5% 69,224
    1978 62.8% 197,386 30.7% 96,596
    1982 73.3% 247,208 23.6% 79,602
    1986 32.4% 104,504 64.7% 208,822
    1990 74.1% 264,411 25.9% 92,177
    1994 43.6% 157,361 47.4% 171,194
    1998 42.1% 129,105 51.0% 156,180
    2002 45.2% 150,229 54.7% 181,827
    2006 49.0% 189,503 51.0% 197,306
    2010 23.1% 78,896 33.6% 114,911
    2014 40.7% 131,452 36.2% 117,106
    2018 52.6% 198,122 37.2% 139,932

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    Presidential election results[171]
    Year Democratic Republican
    1952 49.1% 203,293 50.9% 210,935
    1956 41.7% 161,790 58.3% 225,819
    1960 63.6% 258,032 36.4% 147,502
    1964 80.9% 315,463 19.1% 74,615
    1968 64.0% 246,518 31.8% 122,359
    1972 46.8% 194,645 53.0% 220,383
    1976 55.4% 227,636 44.1% 181,249
    1980 47.7% 198,342 37.2% 154,793
    1984 48.0% 197,106 51.7% 212,080
    1988 55.6% 225,123 43.9% 177,761
    1992 47.0% 213,299 29.0% 131,601
    1996 59.7% 233,050 26.8% 104,683
    2000 61.0% 249,508 31.9% 130,555
    2004 59.4% 259,760 38.7% 169,046
    2008 62.9% 296,571 35.1% 165,391
    2012 62.7% 279,677 35.2% 157,204
    2016 54.4% 252,525 38.9% 180,543
    2020 59.6% 306,192 38.9% 199,830

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    Party registration as of March 2022[174]
    Party Total voters Percentage
    Unaffiliated 318,449 44.93%
    Democratic 292,539 41.28%
    Republican 97,730 13.79%
    Total 708,718 100%

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