Angamaly is a diverse town with a mix of people from different religions, castes, and communities.  The town also has a significant presence of people from other parts of India, who have migrated to Angamaly for work and business opportunities.

According to the latest census conducted in 2011, the population of Angamaly town is 33,039. The male population is 15,858, while the female population is 17,181. The population density of the town is 4,525 persons per square kilometer.

Angamaly has a diverse population with people from different religions and cultures. According to the 2011 Census of India, the religious demographics of Angamaly are as follows:

Hinduism: 53.14%
Christianity: 44.08%
Islam: 2.55%
Others: 0.23%

The town has a significant Christian population, with a number of churches, including St. George Syro-Malabar Catholic Forane Church, one of the largest Catholic churches in Asia. There are also several other churches and temples in and around Angamaly.

The residents of Angamaly are known for their friendly and welcoming nature, and they take pride in their town's culture and heritage. They celebrate various festivals throughout the year, including Onam, Vishu, Christmas, and Eid, among others.

The town has a vibrant community of artisans and craftsmen who are skilled in making traditional handicrafts like coir products, pottery, and handloom fabrics. The residents of Angamaly are also known for their culinary skills, and the town is famous for its delicious food, including traditional Kerala cuisine like appam, dosa, and seafood dishes.

Overall, the residents of Angamaly are known for their hospitality, creativity, and love for their culture and traditions.