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Title: Summary of census socio-economic data for Florida by planning district and county
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Title: Summary of census socio-economic data for Florida by planning district and county
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    State of Florida
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    Planning region 1
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Copyright 2005, Board of Trustees, University
of Florida






E. McCloskey
J. A. Long


R. O. Coppedge



Summary of C(

Socio-Economic Data


By Planning District and County


D*t.


March 1975


Food and Resource Economics Department
Florida Cooperative Extension Service and
Center for Rural Development
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
University of Florida, Gainesville 32611


Economic Information
Report 21














ABSTrACT



.This report is intended to present sunmary data by county and
planning region from the most recet- censuses of population, housing,
and agriculture. The presentation Of these data in a readily usable
form with comparisons to two earlier census periods affords the user
with a sense of the socio-economic trends within the geographic areas
covered. Subjects covered include residence, race, age, and educational
distributions for the population. Also included are data on income,
housing, occupation, and agriculture.

Key words: Florida counties, socio-economic data, information.















TABLE OF CONTENTS


Page
LIST OF TABLES . . . . . . 2

STATE OF FLORIDA . . . . ... .. 4

PLANNING REGION 1 . . . .. . 5

PLANNING REGION 2 . . . . . .. 10

PLANNING REGION 3 . . . .. . . .. 25

PLANNING REGION 4 . . .. . . ..... .38

PLANNING REGION 5 . . . .... . 47

PLANNING REGION 6 . . . . . .. 54

PLANNING REGION 7 . . . . . . 63

PLANNING REGION 8 . . . . . 70

PLANNING REGION 9 . . ,. . . .. 77

P'LANNING REGION 10 . . . .... .. . 84


SOURCES AND FOOTNOTES . . . . .


. .. 92


E. F. McCLOSKEY and J. A. LONG are research assistants in food and
resource economics. R. 0. COPPEDGE is an extension resource economist and
assistant professor of food and resource economics.








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LIST OF TABLES


Summary of census socio-
Florida . ..
Planning region 1 .
Escambia County .
Okaloosa County .
Santa Rosa County .
Planning Region 2 .
Bay County .
Calhoun County .
Franklin County .
Gadsden County .
Gulf County .
Holmes County .
Jackson County .
Jefferson County
Leon County .
Liberty County .
Wakulla County .
Walton County .
Washington County .
Planning Region 3 .
Alachua County .
Bradford County .
Columbia County .
Dixie County .
Gilchrist County
Hamilton County .
Lafayette County
Madison County .
Suwannee County
Taylor County .
Union County .
Planning Region 4 .
Baker County .
Clay County .
Duval County .
Flagner County .
Nassau County .
Putnam County .
St. Johns County
Planning Region 5 .
Citrus County .
Hernando County .
Levy County ..
Marion County .
Sumter County .


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46 Planning Region 6 . . . . 55
47 Brevard County . . . . . 56
48 Indian River County . . . . 57
49 Lake County . . . . ... 58
50 Orange County .. . . . . 59
51 Osceola County . . . . . 60
52 Seminole County . . . .. 61
53 Volusia County . . . .. 62
54 Planning Region 7 . . .. . . 64
55 De Soto County . . ., p . . 65
56 Hardee County . . .. . . 66
57 Highlands County . .... . . 67
58 Okeechobee County . . ... . . 68
59 Polk County . . . . . 69
60 Planning Region 8 . . . .. .. 71
61 Hillsborough County . .. . . 72
62 Manatee County . . . . . 73
63 Pasco County . . . . . 74
64 Pinellas County . . . . . 75
65 Sarasota County . . . . 76
66 Planning Region 9 . . . . . 78
67 Charlotte County . . . .... .79
68 Collier County . . . . . 80
69 Glades County . .. . 81
70 Hendry County . . . . . 82
71 Lee County . . . ..83
72 Planning Region 10 .. . . . . 85
73 Broward County ... .. . ... 86
74 Dade County .. ... .. ...... 87
75 Martin County . . ......... 88
76 Monroe County ... .. .. . . .... 89
77 Palm Beach County . . . ... ... 90
78 St. Lucie County . .... .. . 91

Sources and footnotes . . . .. . 92





Table 1 Summary of Census Socio-Econoric Data for Florida


IT 960 10
I T E M 1950 1960 1970 1970


TOTAL POPULATION .. . ...
Residence: urban. . . .
rural. . .. .
total . ....
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . .... ...
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years ...... .. .. .
18 to 64 years . ....
65 years and over. . ...
total . . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . ... .
over 16 years. . . ....
total. / . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . .. .
$3,000 to $6,999 . .....
$7,000 to $9,999 . .....
$10,000 to $14,999 . ....
$15,000 and over . ....
total .3/ . . . .
median family income (dollars) . .
per capital income (dollars).4/ . .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl. . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units. .5/ ........
crowded units. .. . . .
median contract Fent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. /. . .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed .9/. . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) .. ...... .
crops (dollars) . .. ....
forest products (dollars).1. . .
livestock (dollars). . . .
Number of farms .. ........
sales under $2,500 11/ .......
$2,500 to $19,999. .12/ . .
$20,000 and over 2 . ..
Land in farms (acres). ... . .
harvested cropland (acres) . .


I


415,610 368,084 232,710 12.8
218,910 586,808 510,951 28.2
21,315 197,411 363,702 20.1
( 94,417 399,625 22.1
18,665 50,040 304,379 16.8
721,460 1,296,760 1,811,367 100.0
2 ,_4 _4 ,722 8,267 ---
1,280 1,946 3,64- --


421 5011
473,185
6,612
114,250
147,870
38.46


81,283
116,286
182,995
132,309
134,313
81,794
44,390
76,864
162,055
1,002,202


338,645,416
249,514,283
3,743,767
85,387,366
56,921
15,497
11,226
2,422
16,527,536
1,728,232


-36.8
-12.9
84.2
323.3
508.3
39.7
75.1
88.3


---- 229,237 12.7
---- 1,085,476 15.9 ---

---3 1,0774 2,395_532 100.0 54.
1,050,817 1,566,8611 .1-65.4 49.


11,800
81,636
191,577
60


179,370
190,383
365,315
232,170
214,150
99,154
22,340
66,765
244,567
1,815,698


700,476,217
463,122,418
56,107,676
181,246,123
45,000
3,254
14,486
5,586
15,236,521
1,881,879


15,000
121,564
204,105
92


335,254
228,885
644,544
351,331
298,594
127,186
16,566
60,747
363,161
2,426,268


1,132,074,127
731,733,327
5,099,176
395,241,624
35,586
15,448
13,442
6,654
14,031,998
2,234,036


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---- 27.1
5.1 48.9
8.5 6.5
53.3


13.8
9.4
26.6
14.5
12.3
5.2
0.7
2.5
14.9
100.0


100.0
64.6
.5
34.9
100.0
43.4
37.8
18.7
100.0
15.9


86.9
20.2
76.4
51.3
39.4
28.3
-25.8
-9.0
48.5
33.6


61.6
58.2
-90.9
118.1
-20.9
374.7
-7.2
19.1
-779
18.7


See page 92 for sources and footnotes for all tables.


.--------.----------- Number----------------PercentPercent
of Change
2,771,305 4,951,588 6,789,443 Total 37.1
1,813,890 3,661,411 5,468,629 80.5 49.4
957,415 .1,290,177 1,320,814 19.5 2.4
2,771,305 4,951,588 6,789,443 100.0 37.1
2,166,051 4,063,881 5,719,502 84.2 40.7
603,101 880,186 1,042,026 15.3 18.4
2,153 7,493 27,915 0.4 272.5
2,771,305 4,951,560 6,789,443 100.0 37.1
832,249 1,681,274 2,109,041 31.1 25.4
1,701,582 2,717,157 3,691,036 54.4 35.8
237,474 553,129 989,366 14.6 78.9
2,771,305 4,951,560 6,789,443 100.0 37.1

742,335 1,070,601 1,104,113 27.8 3.1
284,273 565,910 778,424 19.6 37.6
335,040 713,661 1,219,216 30.7 70.8
1458,864 11.6 1
235,835 497,297 407,119 10.3 74.1
1,637,245 2,845,445 3,967,736 100.0 39.4
--- --- 12.1 --- ---
263,835 462,688 650,309 9.6 40.6


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PLANNING REGION 1






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Table 2 Summary of Census Soclo-Econonic Data for Planning Region 1


1960 to
ITEM 1950 1960 1970 1970

.---------------------Number---------------Percent Percent
of Change
TOTAL POPULATION . . .... 158,793 264,551 331,262 Total 25.2
Residence: urban . . .... .82,321 162,263 240,008 72.5 47.9
rural . . .. 76,472 102,288 91,254 27.5 -10.8
total . . ... 158,793 264,551 331,262 100.0 25.2
Race: White . . .... .129,888 221,788 279,780 84.5 26.1
Black . . .. . 28,762 41,846 48,686 14.7 16.3
Other . . .... 143 917 2,796 0.8 204.9
total . . ... 158,793 264,551 331,262 100.0 25.2
Age: under 18 years . .. . 56,564 107,880 122,518 37.0 13.6
18 to 64 years . . .. 94,083 144,101 190,277 57.4 32.0
65 years and over. ........ 8,146 12,570 18,467 5.7 46.9
total .......... ... 158,793 264,551 331,262 100.0 25.2
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . .... 38,825 45,541 39,421 25.1 -13.4
9-11 years . . ... .15,058 27,014 31,189 19.8 15.5
12 years . . . .. 15,080 33,674 53,719 34.2 59.5
13-16 years. . . . 20,057 16,793 10.7 1
over 16 years . .. ..8 16,140 10.3 642
total.1/ . . .... 78,680 124,304 157,262 100.0 26.5
median education . . .. ---- ---- ---- ---- ----
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. ...... 15,115 19,027 30,415 9.2 59.9
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .. 22,020 15,442 10,811 13.1 -30.0
$3,000 to $6,999 ........... 11,460 30,717 24,179 29.2 -21.3
$7,000 to $9,999 . . 890 11,195 18,694 22.6 67.0
$10,000 to $14,999 . . ... 425 i 5,253 18,465 22.3 251.5
$15,000 and over . . 1,431 10,592 12.8 640.2
total ./ . . .. 37,860 64,038 82,741 100.0 29.2
median family income (dollars) ---- ---- ---- --- ----
per capital income (dollars).4/ . ---- ---- ---- ---
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl. . . .. ---- ---- 12,050 14.6 -
total persons bpl. . ..... ---- ---- 55,182 16.7 ----
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .. 41,881 71,056 96,148 100.0 35.3
owner occupied units . .... 24,661 47,568 65,500 68.1 37.7
median value (dollars) . .. ---- ---- ---- "
substandard units.5/ . . .. 7,838 4,305 6,766 7.0 57.2
crowded units. .6/ . .... 9,211 12,223 8,799 9.2 -28.0
median contract rent (dollars) ---- ----
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred 3,430 9,278 15,836 16.3 70.7
managers and administrators. ..... 4,034 7,375 8,230 8.5 11.6.
sales, clerical, and kindred .. 7,542 14,920 24,201 24.9 62.2
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. 7,794 13,303 15,874 16.4 19.3
operatives, inc. transport . .. 6,162 11,242 13,347 13.8 18.7
laborers, except farm. .81 ....... 3,887 5,055 4,826 5.0 -4.5
farmers and farm managers. . .. .2,079 806 565 0.6 -29.9
farm laborers and farm foremen .. 834 598 580 0.6 -3.0
service workers, inc. private household. 6,277 10,567 13,607 14.0 28.8
total employed .9/ . . 32,747 76,235 97,066 100.0 27.3
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .. 4,582,782 7,894,964 14,626,439 100.0 85.3
crops (dollars) . ........... 2,178,428 2,792,102 8,939,721 61.1 220.2
forest products (dollars).10/. ... 128,228 353,076 291,833 1.9 -17.3
livestock (dollars). ..... .. .. ,276,126 4,749,786 5,394,885 36.8 13.6
Number of farms. ... ........ 3,927 2,216 1,549 100.0 30.1
sales under $2,500 .11/. . 935 185 793 51.2 328.6
$2,500 to $19,999.. .12/. . 448 542 555 35.8 2.4
$20,000 and over 2/. 7 72 200 12.9 177.8
Land in farms (acres). .. . .356,265 325,471 291,969 100.0 -10.3
harvested cropland (acres) . .. 87,866 81,201 121,619 41.7 49.8





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Table 3 Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Escambia County


ITEM



TOTAL POPULATION . . .....
Residence: urban. . . .
rural. . . .
total. . . ...
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years .............
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total . . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . . .
over 16 years. .............
total. /. ........ ......
median education . . ...
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . . .
total 3/ . . . .
median family income (dollars) . .
per capital income (dollars).4/ . .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . ..
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units.5 . . .
crowded units. 6/ . . .
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred ....
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. 8 . .
farmers and farm managers . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, Inc. private household.
total employed .91 . . .


AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) .
crops (dollars). . .
forest products (dollars).
livestock (dollars). .
Number of farms. . .
sales under $2,500 ./. .
$2,500'to $19,999. .L.
$20,000 and over .l/.
Land in farms (acres). -
harvested cropland (acres)


.10/.


112,706
77,318
35,388
112,706
87,583
24,998
125
112,706
39,814
67,132
5,760
112,706

28,305
10,940
10,955
6,095
57,345

9,690


15,150
8,835
730
370
27,640
2,650


173,829
128,049
45,780
173,829
137,425
35,856
548
173,829
70,649
94,187
8,993
173,829

30,612
19,096
21,004
12,713
83,443

11,807


10,077
19,994
7,750
S3,322
S1,067
42,210
5,174


205,334
172,372
32,962
205,334
162,950
40,344
2,040
205,334
74,105
118,036
13,193
205,334

27,917
21,473
31,306
9,615
9,100
99,411
12.01

19,868


6,933
14,513
11,623
11,711
6,237
51,017
8,027
2,589


Of
Total
83.9
16.1
100.0
79.4
19.6
.9
100.0
36.1
57.5
6.4
100.0

28.1
21.6
31.5
9.7
9.2
100.0


9.7


13.6
28.4
22.8
22.9
12.2
100.0


7,796 15.3
37,012 18.0 ---


30,510
18,346
S4,738
5,638
6,390
30.07

2,626
3,155
6,241
6,276
4,984
3,094
621
262
5,304
23,024


1,728,642
601,060
52,846
1,074,736
1,525
278
124
2
130,557
20,708


47,344
33,210
9,400
2,838
8,021
50

5,831
5,059
10,811
9,729
8,562
3,797
220
213
7,945
54,163


3,472,125
1,030,477
274,048
2,167,600
765
50
178
.37
136,027
23,722


60,387
42,566
12,200
4,727
5,640
69

9,487
4,971
16,368
10,891
9,345
3,322
214
335
9,096
64,029


6,498,889
3,136,270
162,789
3,199,830
S577
298
194
85
108,289
43,408


100.0
70.5

7.8
9.3


14.8
7.8
25.6
17.0
14.6
5.2
.3
.5
14.2
100.0


100.0
48.3
2.5
49.2
100.0
51.6
33.6
14.7
100.0
40.1


34.6
-28.0
18.1
18.6
12.5
272.3
18.1
4.9
25.3
46.7
18.1


-8.8
12.4
49.0
\ 47.2
19.1

9.0


-31.2
-27.4
50.0
252.5
484.5
20.9
55.1


27.5
28.2
29.8
66.6
-29.7
38.0

62.7
-1.7
51.4
11.9
9.1
-12.5
-2.7
57.3
14.5
18.2


87.2
-40.6
-40.6
47.6
-24.6
496.0
8.9
129.7
-20.4
82.9






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Table 4 Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Oklaloosa County


ITEM



TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban. . . .
rural ............
total. . . ....
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other .. . .. ...
total . . .
Age: under 18 years ...... ......
18 to 64 years .........
65 years and over. . . .
total . . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . ..
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . ..
13-16 years. . . . .
over 16 years. . . ..
total.l/ . . .. .
median education ............
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 .. .. . ..
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 ..........
$15,000 and over ............
total 3/. . . .. .
median family income (dollars) . .
per capital income (dollars). /. .....
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl. . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units .........
median value (dollars) .......
substandard units.5/ . . .
crowded units.6/ . . .
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred ....
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. /. . .
farmers and farm manages. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed 9/. . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars). . . .
forest products (dollars).0. . ..
livestock (dollars) . . .
Number of farms. . . . .
sales under $2,500 .11/. . .
$2,500 to $19,999. .1/. . .
$20,000 and over .12/-. .......
Land in farms (acres)... .........
harvested cropland (acres) . .


27,533
5,003
22,530
27,533
25,335
2,186
12
27,533
9,484
16,907
1,142
27,533

5,755
2,285
2,815
1,535
12,630

4,105


3,780
1,805
105
35
6,030
2,215
1,381





6,696
3,382
.3,261
1,043
1,639
48.17


S509
544
844
943
719
445
613
222
635
5,636


801,001
336,025
34,992
429,984
998
288
36
5
103,349
20,966


61,175
30,106
31,069
61,175
56,979
3,972
224
61,175
25,631
33,596
1,948
61,175

7,437
5,205
9,572
5,492
27,706

4,359


3,271
7,446
2,336
1,536
266
14,855
4,901
1,784





16,114
8,875
10,400
1,075
3,034
70


2,532
1,581
2,951
2,247
1,326
802
190
160
1,879
14,578


1,035,083
282,516
30,521
722,046
558
60
94
3
78,762
16,691


88,187
54,647
33,540
88,187
81,355
6,377
455
88,187
34,577
50,609
3,001
88,187

6,852
6,344
16,380
S5,217
1 5,293
40,086
12.42
7,384


2,456
6,783
4,940
4,694
3,210
22,083
7,876
2,628


2,676
11,539

24,915
15,093
14,400
965
2,182
93


4,495
2,216
5,457
3,180
1,930
916
98
93
3,362
21,747


2,327,296
1,543,186
54,296
729,814
,385
221
138
26
75,981
26,883


of Change
Total 44.2
61.9 81.5
38.0 08.0
100.0 44.2
92.3 42.8
7.2 60.5
0.5 103.1
100.0 44.2
39.2 35.0
57.4 50.6
3.4 54.1
100.0 44.2

17.1 -07.9
15.8 21.9
40.9 71.1
13.0 }
13.2 91.4
100.0 44.7

8.4 69.4


11.1 -24.9
30.7 -08.9
22.4 111.5
21.3 205.6
14.5 1106.8
100.0 48.7
---- 60.7
47.3


12.1 ---
13.1 ----


100.0
60.6

3.9
8.8



20.7
10.2
25.1
14.6
8.9
4.2
0.5
0.4
10.9
100.0


100.0
66.3
2.3
31.4
100.0
57.4
35.8
6.8
100.0
35.4


54.6
70.1
38.5
-10.2
-28.1
32.9


77.5
40.2
84.9
41.5
45.6
14.7
-48.4
-41.9
78.9
49.2


124.8
446.2
77.9
1.1
-31.0
268.3
46.8
766.7
-3.5
61.1


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Table 5 Sumnry of Census Socio-Economic Data for Santa Rosa County


-196N to
I T E M 1950 1960 1970 1970
---------------------. Number-----------------Percent Percent


TOTAL POPULATION ... .. ..
Residence: urban. . . .
rural. . . .
total. . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . .
Age: under 18 years .......
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . .
total . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . .
over 16 years. . . .
total.1 . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . . .
total .3/ . . .
median family income (dollars) .
per capital income (dollars).41 .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . .
owner occupied units . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units./ . .
crowded units. 6/. . . .
median contract rent (dollars) .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred
managers and administrators. .
sales, clerical, and kindred .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. ..
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. 8/. . .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen .
service workers, inc. private househo
total employed .9/ . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars). . . .
forest products (dollars).10/. .
livestock (dollars) .....
Number of farms. . ... ..
sales under $2,500 11/ . .
$2,500 to $19,999. 12/ . .
$20,000 and over / . .
Land in farms (acres).. ......
harvested cropland (acres) . .


18,554
0
18,554
18,554
16,970
1,578
6
18,554
7,266
10,044
1,244
18,554

4,765
1,860
1,310
540
8,705

1,320


3,090
820
55
20
4,190
1,631






4,675
2,933
.2,346
1,157
1,182
27.56

295
335
457
575
459
348
845
350
338
4,087


2,053,139
1,241,343
40,390
771,406
1,404
369
288

122,359
46,192


29,547
4,108
25,439
29,547
27,384
2,018
145
29,547
11,600
16,318
1,629
29,547

5,492
2,713
3,098
1,852
13,155

2,861


2,094
3,277
1,109
S395
S 98
6,973
4,692







7,598
5,483
8,900
392
1,168
51

915
735
1,158
1,327
1,354
456
396
225
743
7,494


3,387,756
1,479,109
48,507
1,860,140
893
75
270
32
110,682
40,788


37,741
12,989
24,752
37,741
35,475
1,965
301
37,741
13,836
21,632
2,273
37,741

4,652
3,372
6,033
S1,961
1,747
17,765
12.14
3,163


1,422
2,883
2,131
2,060
1,145
9,641
7,707
2,443


1,578
6,631

10,846
7,891
12,000
1,074
977
80

1,854
1,043
2,376
1,803
2,072
588
253
152
1,149
11,290


5,800,254
4,260,265
74,748
1,465,244
587
274
223
89
107,699
51,328


of Change
Total 27.7
34.4 216.2
65.6 -2.7
100.0 27.7
93.9 29.5
5.2 -2.6
0.8 107.6
100.0 27.7
36.7 19.3
57.3 32.6
6.0 39.5
100.0 27.7

26.2 -15.3
19.0 24.3
34.0 94.7
11.0
9.8 f 100.2
100.0 35.0

8.4 10.6


14.7 -32.1
29.9 -12.0
22.1 92.2
21.4 421.5
11.9 1068.4
100.0 38.3
---- 64.3



16.4
17.6 ---


100.0
72.8

9.9
9.0


16.4
9.2
21.0
15.9
18.4
5.2
2.2
1.3
10.2
100.0


100.0
73.4
1.3
25.3
100.0
46.7
37.9
15.2
100.0
47.7


42.7
43.9
34.8
174.0
-16.4
56.9

102.6
41.9
105.2
35.9
53.0
28.9
-36.1
-32.4
54.6
50.7


71.2
188.0
54.1
-21.2
-34.3
265.3
-17.4
178.1
-2.7
25.8










































PLANNING REGION 2


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Table 6 Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Planning Region 2


1960 to
I TEM 1950 1960 1970 1970


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural . . ... ..
total . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . . ...
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over . . .
total . . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years . . ...
over 16 years . . .
total. .1/ . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . . ..
total .3/ . .
median family income (dollars) ...
per capital income (dollars). .....
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl .. . ..
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units.5/ . . .
crowded units. .6/ . . .
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm./ . .
farmers and farm managers . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/ *
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars) . ........
forest products (dollars).e/. ..
livestock (dollars) . . ..
Number of farms . . . .
sales under $2,500 .1. . .
$2,500 to $19,999. .T/ . .
$20,000 and over T2/ . .
Land in farms (acres). .. .......
harvested cropland (acres) .. .....


--------------------Number-------------ercentPercent
of Change
246,031 299,095 333,458 Total 11.5
90,129 133,306 176,775 53.0 32.6
155,902 165,789 156,683 47.0 -5.5
246,031 299,095 333,458 100.0 11.5
168,414 211,100 247,584 74.2 17.3
77,523 87,670 84,996 25.5 -3.1
94 325 878 0.3 170.2
246,031 299,095 333,458 100.0 11.5
91,394 116,657 116,564 35.0 -0.1
137,750 160,020 187,334 56.2 17.1
16,887 22,418 29,560 8.9 31.9
246,031 299,095 333,458 100.0 11.5

73,985 71,518 60,738 35.9 -15.1
16,430 23,854 30,357 18.0 27.3
15,250 28,463 43,550 25.8 53.0
13,170 22,038 15,268 90 56.2
19,163 11.3
123,650 147,831 169,076 100.0 14.4

18,160 23,642 32,906 9.9 39.2
18,160 23,642 32,906 9.9 39.2


39,245
11,945
1,150
550
55,950


62,174
35,019

15,409
17,086


6,491
6,527
10,876
7,805
9,711
7,657
9,487
9,730
10,018
79,975


26,278,729
18,016,965
651,411
7,610,353
13,123
4,050
1,446
145
1,821,665
434,712


27,805
27,475
8,020
3,865
1,440
68,605


78,694
50,428

10,913
14,458


13,767
9,054
17,028
10,562
12,075
7,031
3,620
7,015
14,226
191,215


32,866,617
13,502,401
1,894,856
17,469,360
7,294
1,117
1,764
298
1,547,901
333,571


15,292
26,080
15,859
14,522
9,341
81,094




17,468
.85,106


99,520
67,840

18,306
10,133


17,813
10,600
28,617
14,336
12,804
7,502
1,898
5,114
19,228
117,912


67,106,833
36,066,143
1,138,721
29,901,969
4,938
2,659
1,700
574
1,251,514
297,768


18.9
32.2
19.6
17.9
11.5
100.0




21.5
25.5

100.0
68.2

18.4
10.2


15.1
9.0
24.3
12.2
10.9
6.4
1.6
28.6
16.3
100.0


100.0
53.7
1.7
44.6
100.0
53.8
34.4
11.6
100.0
23.8


-45.0
-5.1
97.7
275.7
548.7
18.2


26.5
34.5

67.7
-29.9


29.4
17.1
68.1
35.7
6.0
6.7
-47.6
-27.1
35.2
-38.3


104.2
167.1
-39.9
71.2
-32.3
138.0
-3.6
92.6
-19.1
-10.7


* 1970 Planning Region totals do not include Franklin County.







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Table 7 Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Bay County


ITEM 1950 1960 1970 1 1970

S--------------------Number---------------Percent Percent


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural. . . .
total. . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years ........ .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . . .
over 16 years. ............
total. I/. ...............
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . . ..
total 3/. .............
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital income (dollars). . .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . .. .
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
Median value (dollars) . .
substandard units. . . .
crowded units. 6/. ............
median contract rent (dollars) .....
OCCUPATION 7/
profession-l, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred .. .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred ...
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm.8/ . .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed .9/ . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars). . . .
forest products (dollars).o/. . .
livestock (dollars) .......
Number of farms ..............
sales under $2,500 .11/. . .
$2,500 to $19,999. .I/. . .
$20,000 and over .12. . .
Land in farms (acres). . ...
harvested cropland (acres) .... ...


42,689
25,814
16,875
42,689
35,524
7,139
26
42,689
15,406
25,372
1,911
42,689

10,545
3,400
4,690
2,830
21,725

3,280


6,260
3,580
325
115
10,660
2,498
1,219





11,525
6,389
.3,565
1,774
2,296
34.10

947
1,453
2,207
2,168
2,031
1,415
127
81
1,950
12,673


340,041
87,683
17,097
235,261
219
30
17
1
28,491
1,796


67,131
43,650
23,481
67,131
57,080
9,894
157
67,131
26,916
36,809
3,406
67,131

11,430
6,544
8,958
5,080
32,012

4,874


4,803
8,141
2,240
S1,188
328
16,700
4,413
1,662





18,331
11,304
8,500
1,162
2,847
53

1,878
2,349
3,841
2,718
2,446
1,296
48
67
2,894
18,508


694,578.
192,910
66,920
434,748
185
5
60
3
30,635
4,209


of
75,283 Total
57,527 76.4
17,756 23.6
75,283 100.0
65,357 86.8
9,643 12.8
283 0.4
75,283 100.0
27,824 36.9
41,988 55.8
5,471 7.3
75,283 100.0


10,893
8,074
12,186
3,945
3,575
38,673
12.03
5,130


2,737
6,483
4,414
4,037
2,109
19,780
7,416
2,496


2,952
13,672

23,403
15,880
10,700
1,543
1,958
67

3,135
2,770
5,875
3,860
2,779
1,687
21
66
4,356
24,549


453,110
210,124
17, 270
225,716
89
61
23
5
21,502
5,350


28.2
20.9
31,5
10.2
9.2
100.0

6.8


13.8
32.8
22.3
20.4
10.7
100.0


100.0
67.9

6.6
8.4


12.8
11.3
23.9
15.7
11.3
6.9
.09
.3
17.7
100.0


100.0
46.4
3.8
49.8
100.0
68.5
25.8
5.6
100.0
24.9


Change
12.1
31.8
-24.4
12.1
14.5
-2.5
80.3
12.1
3.4
14.1
60.6
12.1

-4.7
23.4
36.0
} 48.0
20.8

5.3


-43.0
-20.3
97.1
239.8
543.0
18.4
68.0
50.2


27.7
40.5
25.9
32.8
-31.2
26.4

66.9
17.9
53.0
42.0
13.6
30.2
-56.3
-1.5
50.5
32.6


-34.8
8.9
-74.2
-48.1
-51.9
1120.0
-61.7
66.7
-29.8
27.1


_i


/




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Table 8 Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Calhoun County


ITEM


TOTAL POPULATION . .
Residence: urban. . .
rural. . .
total. .
Race: White . .
Black . .
Other . .
total . .
Age: under 18 years .
18 to 64 years .
65 years and over. ..
total . .
Education completed, people (
under 9 years. . .
9-11 years . .
12 years . . .
13-16 years. . .
over 16 years. . .
total. . .
median education . .


TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . ......
$3,000 to $6,999 ...........
$7,000 to $9,999 . .....
$10,000 to $14,999 . . ...
$15,000 and over . . .
total . . . .
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital income (dollars)./ . .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl. . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units.5 . . .
crowded units. /. . . .
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 1/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. . .
farmers and farm managers. .......
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed 9/ . . ..
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars). ...........
forest products (dollars). 10/. .....
livestock (dollars). .. ..
Number of farms. . . .....
sales under $2,500 11/ ........
$2,500 to $19,999. .12- . .
$20,000 and over 2/ . .
Land in farms (acres). . . .
harvested cropland (acres) . .


2,018
1,168
2,750
710
621
11.65


157
150
186
180
280
345
330
328
106
2,072


770,406
354,043
26,848
389,515
622
191
66
6
103,171
19,717


7,922
0
7,922
7,922
6,803
1,117
2
7,922
3,398
3,975
549
7,922

2,840
405
335
145
3,795

300


1,520
510
10
20
1,785
1,189
482


2,032
1,348
5,000
444
476
20


204
189
256
248
286
272
135
94
238
2,062


1,580,658
491,694
74,850
1,014,114
329
26
130
18
73,610
15,850


7,422
0
7,422
7,422
6,232
1,189
1
7,422
3,100
3,654
668
7,422

2,346
629
508
255
3,738

248


1,011
655
80
{ 78
18
1,842
2,673
742


7,624
0
7,624
7,624
6,494
1,127
3
7,624
2,822
3,967
835
7,624

2,100
764
902
116
249
4,131
8.93
473


581
766
325
224
123
2,019
4,866
1,866


669
2,893

2,393
1,805
5,800
607
308
30


295
200
382
388
371
228
102
120
410
2,496


2,770,121
1,892,775
61,144
816,202
-229
106
85
38
68,774
24,193


100.0
75.4

25.4
12.9



11.8
8.0
15.3
15.5
14.9
9.1
4.1
4.8
16.4
100.0


100.0
68.3
2.2
29.5
100.0
46.3
37.1
16.6
100.0
35.2


17.8
33.9
16.0
36.7
-35.3
50.0


44.6
5.8
49.2
56.5
29.7
-16.2
-24.4
27.7
72.3
21.0


75.3
284.9
-18.3
-19.5
-30.4
307.7
-34.6
111.1
-6.6
52.6


ot cnang4
Total 2.7
0 0
100.0 2.7
100.0 2.7
85.2 4.2
14.8 -5.2
.04 200.0
100.0 2.7
37.0 -9.0
52.0 8.6
10.9 25.0
100.0 2.7

50.8 -10.5
18.5 21.5
21.8 77.6
2.8 43.1
6.0 4.I
100.0 10.5

6.2 9.2


28.8 -42.5
37.9 16.4
16.1 306.3
11.1 276.9
6.1 583.3
100.0 9.6
---- 82.0
---- 151.5


33.1
37.9




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Table 9 Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Franklin County


ITEM



TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural. . . .
total. . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years ... .. .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . . .
over 16 years. . . . .
total./ . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . . ..
total .31 . . . .
median family income (dollars) . .
per capital income (dollars). .41 ....
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . ....
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) ....
substandard units.51 . . .
crowded units. 6/. ........ .
median contract rent (dollars) .....
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred ....
operatives, Inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. /. . .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed .9 . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/ *
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars). ...........
forest products (dollars).2/. . .
livestock (dollars). . . .
Number of farms. . . . .
sales under $2,500 .. .1/. . .
$2,500 to $19,999.. .12/. . .
$20,000 and over .12/. . .
Land in farms (acres). .........
harvested cropland (acres) . ..


ot Change
5,814 6,576 7,065 Total 7.4
2,793 3,099 3,151 44.6 1.7
3,021 3,477 3,914 55.4 12.6
5,814 6,576 7,065 100.0 7.4
4,318 5,180 5,742 81.3 10.8
1,496 1,391 1,323 18.7 -4.9
0 5 0 0.0 -100.0
5,814 6,576 7,065 100.0 7.4
2,186 2,391 2,455 34.7 2.7
3,133 3,307 3,525 49.9 6.6
495 878 1,085 15.4 23.6
5,814 6,576 7,065 100.0 7.4


1,845
460
355
190
2,935

440


1,135
195
20
5
1,425
1,536
720


1,723
1,059
1,805
359
365
12.72

154
236
194
146
259
291
16
11
274
1,989


103,619
1,175
62,214
40,230
35
7
2
1
27,896
22


2,055
624
654
361
3,694

599


927
599
84
{ 21
4
1,635
2,699
1,034


2,135
1,479
5,400
481
371
24

153
184
257
203
418
486

4
333
2,146


53,641
10,272
11,900
31,469
32

7

17,274
39


1,745
832
966
255
182
3,980
9.88
705


577
722
281
180
69
1,829
4,338
1,654


568
2,783

2,429
1,801
6,000
603
276
36


187
221
353
194
664
563
14
15
273
2,484


43.8 -15.1
20.9 33.3
24.3 47.7
6.4 21.1
4.6 1
100.0 7.7

9.9 17.7


31.5 -3.8
39.5 20.5
15.4 234.5
9.8 757.1
3.8 1625.0
100.0 11.9
---- 60.7
---- 60.0


31.1 ---
39.4


100.0
74.1

24.8
11.4



7.5
8.9
14.2
7.8
26.7
22.7
0.6
0.6
10.9
100.0


13.8
21.8
11.1
25.4
-25.6
50.0

22.2
74.5
37.4
-4.4
58.9
15.8

275.0
-18.0
15.8


* 1970 totals for state include Franklin County but data were not recorded
to avoid giving data for single farms.


separately for this county


L











Table 10 Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Gadsden County


1960 to
I TE M 1950 1960 1970 1970
---------------------Number-----------------Percent Percent
of Change
TOTAL POPULATION . . .. 36,457 41,989 39,184 Total -6.7
Residence: urban . . .... 14,978 18,573 16,292 41.6 -12.3
rural. . . ... 21,479 23,416 22,892 58.4 -2.2
total . ... 36,457 41,989 39,184 100.0 -6.7
Race: White . . .... 15,989 17,038 15,928 40.6 -6.5
Black . . .... 20,465 24,944 23,247 59.3 -6.8
Other . . . 3 7 9 .02 28.6
total . . ... 36,457 41,989 39,184 100.0 -6.7
Age: under 18 years ... .... 12,638 16,392 14,827 37.8 -9.5
18 to 64 years . . .. 20,806 21,636 19,702 50.3 -8.9
65 years and over. ....... 3,013 3,961 4,655 11.9 17.5
total . ........ 36,457 41,989 39,184 100.0 -6.7
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . .... 11,470 14,031 10,740 51.5 -23.5
9-11 years . . . .. 2,245 3,199 3,725 17.9 16.4
12 years . . . . 1,625 2,971 4,150 19.9 39.7
13-16 years. . . . 1,260 1,848 1,279 6.1 21.2
over 16 years . . 961 4.6
total.11 . . .. 19,500 22,049 20,855 100.0 -5.4
median education . . . ----- ----- 8.85 ---- ----
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. ...... 1,635 1,940 2,046 5.2 5.5
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . ..... 4,005 4,003 1,715 22.7 -57.2
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .. 1,060 2,615 2,853 37.8 9.1
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .. 75 556 1,453 19.3 161.3
$10,000 to $14,999 . . 75 292 999 13.3 242.1
$15,000 and over . . . 166 519 6.9 212.7
total .31 . . . 6,750 7,632 7,539 100.0 -1.2
median family income (dollars) 1,369 2,866 5,598 ---- 95.3
per capital income (dollars).41 .. 759 804 1,469 ---- 82.7
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . --- ----- 2,35 30.9 -
total persons bpl . . .. ----- ---- 13,756 35.1 ---
HOUSING
total occupied units . . 7,719 8,709 9,066 100.0 4.1
owner occupied units . . 3,775 4,907 6,067 66.9 23.6
median value (dollars) . .. .3,060 5,600 7,200 ---- 28.6
substandard units.51 . . 1,682 1,661 4,048 44.7 143.7
crowded units. 6/ . ...... 2,048 2,382 1,768 19.5 25.8
median contract rent (dollars) .. 18.89 27 35 --- 29.6
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred 638 897 908 7.2 1.2
managers and administrators. ..... 620 740 706 5.6 -4.6
sales, clerical, and kindred ..... 1,014 1,460 1,895 15.1 29.8
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. 884 1,021 1,363 10.9 33.5
operatives, inc. transport . .. 1,235 1,613 1,357 .10.8 -15.9
laborers, except farm. .8; . .. 759 721 837 6.7 16.1
farmers and farm managers. . .. 848 434 199 1.6 -54.1
farm laborers and farm foremen .. 5,285 4,644 3,001 23.9 -35.4
service workers, inc. private household. 1,324 1,901 2,277 18.2 19.8
total employed .9/ . . .. 12,717 13,756 12,543 100.0 -8.8
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .. 11,320,329 8,377,784 25,917,359 100.0 209.4
crops (dollars) . . ... 10,145,621 5,568,635 18,461,351 71.2 231.5
forest products (dollars).19/. .. 104,411 130,398 166,620 0.6 27.8
livestock (dollars) . . 1,070,297 2,678,751 7,289,388 28.1 172.1
Number of farms. . . ... 1,285 654 443 100.0 -32.3
sales under $2,500 .1/. . .. 111 50 189 42.7 278.0
$2,500 to $19,999. .12/. . .. 239 188 114 25.7 -39.4
$20,000 and over .12/. ....... 97 108 139 31.4 28.7
Land in farms (acres) . . .. 235,435 157,741 123,945 100.0 -21.4
harvested cropland (acres) ....... 49,252 37,347 27,938 22.5 -25.2










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Table 11 Summary of Census Soclo-Economic Data for Gulf County


I E1960 to
ITEM 1950 1960 1970 1970


TOTAL POPULATION . . .. ..
Residence: urban . . .
rural . . .. .
total .. . .
Race: White ... ........
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . .. ...
Age: under 18 years . .. .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over . . .
total . . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. ... ......... .
9-11 years .. .... ... .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . .. ....
over 16 years. ... ... .. .....
total. 11........ .... .
median education ....... ..
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 .......... .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . .. ..
$10,000 to $14,999 . .. .
$15,000 and over .. .........
total .31 . . . .
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital income (dollars). .41 .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . ..
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
totaLoccupied units .... ... .
owner'occupied units ... ......
median value (dollars) ...... .
substandard units. .51 .. . ....
crowded units..6/ . . .
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. .
operatives, Inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. 1/. . .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen ...
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed .9 . . ..
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars). . ... .
forest products (dollars)./. . .
livestock (dollars). . . .
Number of farms. . . . .
sales under $2,500 ./ . .
$2,500 to $19,999. .12/ . .
$20,000 and over .1. . ...
Land in farms (acres)........... .
harvested cropland (acres) . .


-----------.. Number-------------- Percent
of
7,460 9,937 10,096 Total
2,752 4,217 4,401 43.6
4,708 5,720 5,695 56.4
7,460 9,937 10,096 100.0
5,453 7,550 7,699 76.3
1,996 2,385 2,377 23.5
11 2 20 0.2
7,460 9,937 10,096 100.0
2,981 .4,197 3,891 38.5
4,134 5,231 5,386 53.6
345 509 819 8.1
7,460 9,937 10,096 100.0

2,375 2,205 1,982 37.6
595 1,025 1,060 20.1
455 1,048 1,593- 30.2
300 527 340299 65.
3,750 4,805 5,274 100.0
.--------- 10.85 ---
400 633 636 6.3


1,295
440
40
10
1,830
2,054
1,010


2,015
995
3,074
447
503
15.74

181
284
289
333
494
573
64
48
386
2,673


S98,718
8,926
10,513
79,279
113
25
6

24,680
684


698
1,084
394
S107
43
2,326
4,858
1,570


2,759
1,656
7,400
554
527
51

360
310
517
456
731
353
7
12
454
3,305


98,789
4,168
37,413
57,208
80
5
20

30,279
508


464
766
628
544
177
2,579
7,322
2,117


517
2,341


3,001
2,261
8,300
553
354
42

392
325
527
541
592
390
18
62
530
3,377


258,121
177,625
7,945
72,551
50
33
14
3
14,105
4,025


17.9
29.7
24.4
21.1
6.9
100.0




20.0
23.2

100.0
75.3

18.4
11.8


11.6
9.6
15.6
16.0
17.5
11.5
.5
1.8
15.7
100.0


100.0
68.8
3.1
28.1
100.0
66.0
28.0
6.0
100.0
28.5


8.8
36.5
12.2
.2
-32.8
-17.6

8.9
4.8
1.9
18.6
-19.0
10.5
157.1
416.7
16.7
2.2


161.3
4161.6
-78.8
26.8
-37.5
560.0
-30.0

-53.4
692.3


Percent
Change

4.4
-.4
1.6
1.9
-.3
900.0
1.6
-7.3
3.0
60.9
1.6

-10.1
3.4
52.0
S21.3
9.8

.5


-33.5
-29.3
59.4
408.4
311.6
10.9
50.7
34.8


I --








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Table 12. Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Holmes County


I TEM



TOTAL POPULATION ............
Residence: urban. . . ....
rural. . . ....
total. . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years ...... .. .. ..
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total . . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. .............
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . ....
over 16 years. .... .. .......
total. .1/ . . . ..
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 ...... .....
$10,000 to $14,999 . . ...
$15,000 and over . . ....
total 3/. . . ....
median family income (dollars) . .
per capital income (dollars).41 .....
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . ..
total persons bpl. . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . .. .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . ..
substandard units.5/ . . .
crowded units.6 . . .
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION /1
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. . .
sales, clerical, and kindred. . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred ... ..
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. /. .....
farmers and farm managers ......
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed . . .
AGRICULTURE I2
Farm Sales (dollars) .... ...
crops (dollars). ...........
forest products (dollars)./. . .
livestock (dollars). . . .
Number of farms. . . . .
sales under $2,500 ./. . .
$2,500 to $19,999. ./. . .
$20,000 and over ./. . .
Land in farms (acres) . .....
harvested cropland (acres) ......


0
13,988
13,988
13,379
605
4
13,988
5,909
7,054
1,025
13,988

5,210
875
375
265
6,845

390


2,960
330
10
5
3,410
988
482


0
10,844
10,844
10,390
452
2
10,844
4,038
5,506
1,300
10,844

3,921
983
747
252
5,903

328


1,891
801
84
{ 54
( 16
2,846
2,137
634


0
10,720
10,720
10,387
321
12
10,720
3,436
5,735
1,549
10,720

3,221
1,278
1,361
{ 216
212
6,288
8.90
697


961
1,123
467
296
118
2,965
4,754
1,726


of
Total
0
100.0
100.0
96.9
2.9
0.1
100.0
32.1
53.5
14.4
100.0

51.2
20.3
21.6
3.4
3.4
100.0

6.5


32.4
37.9
15.8
9.9
3.9
100.0


955 32.2 ---
3;661 34.2 ---


3,495
2,312
2,269
1,248
997
12.48

198
208
295
224
472
341
1,432
406
142
3,851


1.811,875
895,318
96,345
820,212
1,811
709
182

194,605
50,692


3,129
2,322
5,000
143
602
20

193
163
354
361
584
294
502
122
221
2,916


2,590,274
711,624
86,326
1,792,324
915
165
241
19
165,886
41,171


3,550
2,773
5,700
975
307
30

299
264
492
651
717
258
269
147
297
3,394


3,617,286
1,334,456
114,988
2,167,842
-737
423
273
41
130,922
22,905


100.0
78.1

27.5
8.6


8.8
7.8
14.5
19.2
21.1
7.6
7.9
4.3
8.8
100.0


100.0
36.9
3.2
59.9
100.0
57.4
37.0
5.6
100.0
17.5


-1J.1
0.0
-1.1
-1.1
0.0
-29.0
500.0
-1.1
-14.9
4.2
19.2
-1.1

-17.9
30.0
82.2
- 69.8
6.5

112.5


-49.2
40.2
456.0
448.1
637.5
4.2
122.5
172.2


13.5
19.4
14.0
581.8
-49.0
50.0

54.9
62.0
39.0
80.3
22.8
12.2
-46.4
20.5
34.4
16.4


39.6
87.5
33.2
21.0
-19.5
156.4
13.3
115.8
-21.1
-44.4








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Table 13. Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Jackson County


1960 to
I TEM 1950 1960 1970 1970
S----------- -------Number---------------Percent Percent


TOTAL POPULATION . ... .. ...
Residence: urban . . .
rural . . .
total. . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other ............... .
total .............. .
Age: under 18 years .......... ....
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total . . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years . .. . ..
12 years .. . . .
13-16 years. . ... ... ...
over 16 years. . . . .
total. 1/ ... .. ....... .
median equation . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 .............
$3,000 to $6,999 ... ..... ... .
$7,000 to $9,999 .........
$10,000 to $14,999 . ..
$15,00 and over . . .
total 3/. . . . .
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital income (dollars).41 .....
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . ..
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units ... . ..
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units.5 . . .
crowded units.6/ . . .
median contract rent (dollars) .....
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. ...
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. .8 . .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed .9/ . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . ... ...
crops (dollars). . . .
forest products (dollars).O/. . .
livestock (dollars)... ... . .
Number of farms ............ ..
sales under $2,500 ./ .. . .
$2,500 to $19,999. .12/. ........
$20,000 and over .12/. .......
Land in farms (acres). . ...
harvested cropland (acres) ......


_________________________________________I


34,645
5,845
28,800
34,645
23,071
11,542
32
34,645
14,259
17,684
2,702
24,645

11,590
2,185
1,355
1,025
16,525

1,350


6,545
900
90
70
8,010
1,201
664


36,208
7,152
29,056
36,208
24,966
11,232
10
36,208
14,895
18,188
3,125
36,208

9,831
3,155
2,769
1,871
17,626

1,877


4,411
2,973
684
{ 231
131
8,430
2,865
1,073


34,434
9,396
25,038
34,434
24,462
9,954
18
34,434
12,190
18,425
3,819
34,434

8,361
3,238
4,320
1,134
1,162
18,215
9.69
2,422


2,243
2,831
1,583
1,133
505
8,295
5,496
1,799


of
Total
27.3
72.7
100.0
71.0
28.9
0.1
100.0
35.4
53.5
11.1
100.0

45.9
17.8
23.7
6.2
6.4
100.0

7.0


27.0
34.1
19.1
13.7
6.1
100.0


Change
-4.9
31.4
-13.8
-4.9
-2.0
-11.4
80.0
-4.9
-18.2
1.3
22.2
-4.9

-15.0
2.6
56.0
S22.7
3.3

29.0


-49.1
-4.8
131.4
390.5
285.5
-1.6
91.8
67.7


2,540 30.6
11,487 33.4


8,834
5,197
3,013
3,365
3,722
13.59


722
767
1,015
698
1,102
751
2,879
1,657
1,175
10,953


5,940,158
4,029,901
101,544
1,808,713
3,662
1,644
558
19
450,326
144,386


9,694
6,349
5,500
1,815
1,910
30


1,180
905
1,410
1,263
1,579
651
1,228
766
2,110
11,326


9,539,225
3,433,961
584,585
5,520,679
2,176
450
644
79
391,269
118,127


10,295
7,519
7,000
3,072
1,094
35


1,298
936
1,730
1,281
1,436
653
660
530
2,537
11,061


17,308,445
7,502,640
273,067
9,532,738
1,582
792
615
174
312,865
99,568


100.0
73.0

29.8
10.6



11.7
8.5
15.6
11.6
12.9
5.9
5.9
4.8
22.9
100.0


100.0
43.3
1.6
55.1
100.0
50.1
38.9
11.0
100.0
31.8


6.2
18.4
27.3
69.3
-42.7
16.7


10.0
3.4
22.7
1.4
-9.1
.3
-46.3
-30.8
20.2
2.3


81.4
118.5
-53.3
72.7
-27.3
76.0
-4.5
120.3
-20.0
-15.7












Table 14 Summary of Census Soclo-Econonic Data for Jefferson County


TEM 1950 190 -1960 to
ITEM 1950 1960 1970 1970


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural. . . .
total. . . ..
Race: White. .. . .....
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years .. ...
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . .
9-11 years . ...... .
12 years . .. .. .. ..
13-16 years. .... .. .. .. .
over 16 years. . . .
total. . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 .. . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . .... .. .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 ....... . .
$15,000 and over ...... ....
total .31 . . . .
median family income (dollars) ..
per capital income (dollars). . .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl .... .. ..
total persons bpl . . ..
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . .. ..
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units.1 . .
crowded units. . .. . ..
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 1/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. . ...
farmers and farm -anagers. .......
farm laborers and farm foremen .....
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed .1 . . ..
'RICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars)... .. ......
forest products (dollars).Ifi/..... .
livestock (dollars). . . .
Number of farms ............ ...
sales under $2,500 .11/ ....... ...
$2,500 to $19,999. ./. . .
$20,000 and over .1/. . ...
Land in farms (acres) .. . ...
harvested cropland (acres) . .


--------------- Number-------------Percent
of
10,413 9,543 8,778 Total
0 0 0 0,0
10,413 9,543 8,778 100.0
10,413 9,543 8,778 100.0
3,900 3,901 3,873 44.1
6,512 5,641 4,897 .55.8
1 1 8 0.1
10,413 9,543 8,778 100.0
4,251 4,206 3,479 39.6
5,041 4,311 4,243 48,3
1,121 1,026 1,056 12.0
10,413 9,543 8,778 100.0

3,880 2,915 2,281 51,7
475 546 628 14.2
355 739 913 20.7
265 48 318 7.2
265 485 271 6.1
5,060 4,685 4,411 100.0
--- ---- 8.78

475 535 557 6.3


2,065
170
45
20
2,345
972
391


1,116
660
176
{ 73
27
2,052
2,741
783


598
607
381
277
141
2,004
5,519
1,640


29.8
30.3
19.0
13.8
7.0
100.0


698 34.8 ---
3,580 40.8


2,667
1.383
2,200
397
1,263
15.18

170
204
302
208
389
397
866
812
350
3,703


1,934,259
L,313,177
86,428
534,654
1,083
349
107
14
241,084
56,449


2,463
1,582
5,000
557
655
25

195
205
329
226
294
302
325
524
467
3,089


3,513,078
1,770,335
524,300
1,218,443
542
95
97
25
190,473
42,820


2,481
1,691
7,300
1,113
391
33

283
211
535
249
376
260
149
494
451
3,008


5,140,300
2,244,211
160,080
2,736,009
363
182
125
55
162,298
28,228


100.0
68.2

44.9
15.8


9.4
7.0
17.8
8.3
12.5
8.6
4.9
16.4
14.9
100.0


100.0
43.7
3,1
53.2
100.0
50.1
34.4
15.2
100.0
17.4


.7
6.9
46.0
99.8
-40.3
32.0

45.1
2.9
62.6
10.2
27.9
-13.9
-54.2
-5.7
-3.4
-2.6


46.3
26.8
-69.5
124.5
-33.0
91.6
28.9
120.0
-14.8
-34.1


Percent
Change
-8.o
0.0
-8.0
-8.0
.7
-13.2
700.0
-8.0
-17.3
-1.6
2.9
-8.0

-21.7
15.0
23.5
S21.4
-5.8

4.1


-46.4
-8.0
116.5
279.5
422.2
-2.3
101.3
109.5


S. .










Table 15 Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Leon County


1901960 to
I TE M 1950 1960 1970 1970

-----------------Number-----------------Percent Percent


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural . . .
total . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . .. ...
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over . . .
total . . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . . .
over 16 years. ..............
total. I/ . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . . ..
total . . . .
median family income (dollars) .
per capital income (dollars). . .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units./ . . .
crowded units. . . .
median contract rent (dollars) .....
OCCUPATION 1/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . ..
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred ..
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm.8/ . .
farmers-and farm managers . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed .1 . . ..
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) .. ........
crops (dollars) . ......
forest products (dollars).J!/ ...
livestock (dollars) . . .
Number of farms . . .
sales under $2;500 ./. . .
$2,500 to-419,999. .1/. .
$20,000 and over .1/ . ..
Land in farms (acres) . ..
harvested cropland (acres) . .


of
51,590 74,225 103,047 Total
31,848 48,174 77,870 75.6
19,742 26,051 25,177 24.4
Sc c7 in


J-1, Jv
31,209
20,370
11
51,590
16,231
32,581
2,778
51,590

11,615
3,450
4,030
5,840
25,560

8,505


49,816
24,282
127
74,225
26,627
43,723
3,875
74,225

11,930
3,681
7,389
9,736
34,697

10,971


4,497
6,640
3,067
1,595
650
16,449
5,173


LUJU**/
76,568
26,005
474
103,047
32,568
64,861
5,618
103,047

9;716
6,790
12,209
6,537
11,206
46,458
12.55
17,960


2,749
6,384
4,633
5,455
4,939
24,160
8,961
2,887


.J.U,
74.3
25.2
0.5
100.0
31.6
62.9
5.5
100.0

20.9
14.6
26.3
14.1
24.1
100.0

17.4


11.4
26.4
19.2
6.6
17.9
100.0


6,645
3,745
460
195
11,420
2,358


Change
38.8
61.6
-3.4
38.8
53.7
7.1
273.2
38.8
22.3
48.3
45.0
38.8

-18.6
84.5
65.2
S82.2
33.9

63.7


-38.9
-3.9
51.1
332.3
659.8
46.9
73.2


3,321 13.7 ---
18,386 17.8


12,861
6,276
6,782
2,401
2,611
29.34

2,595
1,819
4,438
1,981
1,959
1,417
963
564
3,523
19,437


1,424,300
507,987
24,373
891,940
1,219
230
76
7
190,133
29,659


19,420
11,926
11,700
1,510
2,887
48

4,834
3,032
7,307
2,638
2,427
1,467
292
395
5,035
28,464


2,383,688
578,112
164,145
1,641,431
596
90
53
21
176,285
26,229


31,022
18,614
16,100
2,889
2,390
85

9,676
3,982
14,759
4,020
2,540
1,467
118
304
6,405
43,271


3,177,477
897,285
120,363
2,159,829
296
187
72
36
153,783
15,548


100.0
60.0

51.9
7.7


22.4
9.2
34.1
9.3
5.9
3.4
0.3
0.7
14.8
100.0


100.0
28.2
3.8
68.0
100.0
63.2
24.3
12.2
100.0
10.1


59.7
56.1
37.6
87.6
-17.2
77.1

100.2
31.3
102.0
52.4
4.7
0.0
-59.6
-23.0
-27.2
52.0


33.3
55.2
-26.7
31.6
-50.3
107.8
35.8
71.4
-12.8
-40.7


i.







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Table 16 Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Liberty County


ITEM



TOTAL POPULATION .. .. .
Residence: urban. . . .
rural . . ...
total ...........
Race: White . . . .
Black .. ..........
Other ............. .
total ..............
Age: under 18 years ............
18 to 64 years ............
65 years and over. . . .
total . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years . . . ..
12 years .......... .. ...
13-16 years ...... . ..
over 16 years. .... .
total. /. ..... .... ......
median education ...........
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . .. .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . ..
$15,000 and over .. ... .... ..
total .3/ .. . ..
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital income (dollars).4l .. ...
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . .. .
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . ...
owner occupied units .... . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units.5 . . .
crowded units.6 .......... .
median contract rent (dollars) .. .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. ..
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm.8J . .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household,
total employed .9 . .. .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . .. ..
crops (dollars). .. . ..
forest products (dollars).0/. . .
livestock (dollars). . . .
Number of farms . . .
sales under $2,500 .1/. . ... ..
$2,500 to $19,999. .12/. . .
$20,000 and over 12. .........
Land in farms (acres) ...........
harvested cropland (acres) . .


3,182
0
3,182
3,182
2,601
580
1
3,182
1,262
1,675
245
3,182

1,035
195
100
50
1,560


185


625
55
20
5
735
1,134
536


3,138
0
3,138
3,138
2,660
478

3,138
1,270
1,586
282
3,138

920
327
255
124
1,626


126


367
373
51
4

795
3,277
1,348


3,379
0
3,379
3,379
2,895
484
0
3,379
1,238
1,771
370
3,379

1,016
251
398
{ 49
105
1,819
8.55
215


219
357
145
123
37
881
5,582
1,762


Total
0.0
100.0
100.0
85.7
14.3
0.0
100.0
36.6
52.4
10.9
100.0

55.9
13.8
21.9
2.7
5.8
100.0


6.4


24.9
40.5
16.5
13.9
4.2
100.0


251 28.5
1,039 30.7


872
529
L,502
367
494
10.44

87
54
51
75
216
196
117
39
63
905


230,197
14,217
17,380
198,600
238
46
19

42,495
2,524


898
648
5,000
115
195


135
107
108
94
140
161
39
34
126
964


531,806
9,441
49,738
472,627
172
15
20
7
47,978
1,557


1,064
830
5,800
343
150
33

82
66
213
167
185
148
31
25
104
1,021


208,930
70,365
12,587
125-978
109
83
25
1
14,345
1,248


100.0
78.0

32.2
14.1



8.0.
6.5
20.9
16.4
18.1
14.5
3.0
2.4
10.2
100.0


100.0
33.7
6.0
60.3
100.0
76.1
22.9
0.9
100.0
8.7


0.0
7.7
7.7
8.8
1.3
0.0
7.7
-2.5
11.7
31.2
7.7

10.4
23.2
56.1
S24.2
11.9


70.6


-40.3
-4.3
184.3
2975.0

10.8
70.3
30.7


18.5
28.1
16.0
198.3
23.1


-39.3
-38.3
97.2
77.7
32.1
-8.1
-20.5
-26.5
-17.5
5.9


-60.7
645.3
-74.7
-73.3
-36.6
453.3
25.0
-85.7
-70.1
-19.8


_I








Table 17. Summary of Census Soclo-Economic Data for Wakulla County


S ... 1960 to
ITEM 1950 1960 1970 1970


TOTAL POPULATION ... .- .....
Residence: urban . . ...
rural. .. .. ....
total. ............
Race: White ... .... ....... .
Black . ..... ..
Other . . . .
total . . .
Age: under 18 years .... ......
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. ...... .
total . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . ......
9-11 years . .. ....
12 years .. . . .
13-16 years . . ... ..
over 16 years. . . ....
total. . .. .. ....
median education . .. ..
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 ...... .....
$3,000 to $6,999 . .. .
$7,000 to $9,999 .. . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 ...........
$15,000 and over . .. ...
total .. . .
median family income (dollars) ..
per capital income (dollars).A . .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . ..
total persons bpl . ..... .
HOUSING
total occupied units . .. .
owner occupied units .. ... .....
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units,. . ...
crowded units. . . .
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION I/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators .. ..
sales, clerical, and kindred ......
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. .
operatives, inc. transport ......
laborers, except farm.8_ . .. ..
farmers and farm managers. . ..
farm laborers and farm foremen ..
service workers, inc. private household,
total employed .9 ..........
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) .... .. ......
crops (dollars)........ ..
forest products (dollars).l ./.- ...
livestock (dollars). ...... ....
Number of farms ..... .. . ...
sales under $2,500 /l .. .
$2,500 to $19,999. .12/. .. ... .
$20,000 and over 12/. .. . ..
Land in farms-(acres). . . .
harvested cropland (acres) ... .


--------------. ---.--- umDer--------------rercen
nf


5,258
0
5,258
5,258
3,631
1,627

5,258
2,173
2,681
404
5,258

1,880
410
225
130
2,670

280


995
120
0
5
1,145
1,341
704.


1,370
945
1,590
418
368
16.00

99
142
149
204
226
388
137
35
199
1,597


171,716
38,465
11,858
121,393
343
64
2

35,266
5,269


5,257
0
5,257
5,257
3,755
1,500
2
5,257
2,168
2,610
479
5,257

1,650
433
403
175
2,661

300


667
438
84

{ 3;
35

1,229
2,783
1,113


1,455
1,077
5,000
613
308
22

112
136
203
252
326
221
14
39
200
1,542


368,767
38,476
45,184
285,107
144

57
1
30,853
3,323


6,308
0
6,308
6,308
4,781
1,522
5
6,308
2,362
3,275
671
6,308

1,628
660
800
191
I61
3,340
9.19
310


345
621
361
228
84
1,639
6,128
1,883


430
2,625


1,926
1,554
6,300
557
207
35

161
191
448.
345
425
227
27
50
432
2,306


306,601
52,127
65,456
189,018
60
39
18
3
14,059
809


Total
0.0
100.0
100.0
75.8
24.1
0.1
100.0
37.4
51.9
10.6
100.0

48.7
19.8
24.0
5.7
1.8
100.0

4.9


21.0
37.9
22.0
13.9
5.1
100.0


26.2 ---
32.1


100.0
80.7

28.9
10.7


7.0
8.3
19.4
15.0
18.4
9.8
1.2
2.2
18.7
100.0


100.0
17.0
21.3
61.6
100.0
65.0
30.0
5.0
100.0
5.6


32.4
44.3
26.0
-9.1
-32.8
59.1

43.8
40.4
120.7
37.0
30.4
2.7
92.9
28.2
116.0
49.5


-16.9
35.5
44.9
-33.7
-58.3

-68.4
200.0
-54.0
-75.7


I_ .I-----


percent


0.0
20.0
20.0
27.3
1.5
150.0
20.0
8.9
25.5
40.1
20.0

-1.3
52.4
98.5
S44.0
25.5

3.3


-48.3
41.8
329.8
551.4
1580.0
33.4
120.2
69.2









Table 18. Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for walton County


1960 to
I TEM 1950 1960 1970 1970

-------------Number-------------Pern Percent Pecent


TOTAL POPULATION . . .
F'sidence: urban. . . .
rural. . . .
total. . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
A;e: under 18 years ... .. .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years .. . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . . ...
over 16 years. .. .. ..
total. / . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FHIILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . ......
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . . .
total .3/ . . . .
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital income (dollars)./ .... .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl . . .
I' SING
total occupied units . ... ... .
cwner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units.5/ . . .
crowded units. 6 . . .
rndian contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION I/
professional, technical, and kindred .
: inagers and administrators. . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred ....
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm.8/ .. .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed ./ . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) ...........
crops (dollars). ...........
forest products (dollars). 1/. . .
livestock (dollars). . . .
NH: ber of farms. . . . .
siles under $2,500 .1. . ...
!2,500 to $19,999. . . .
ZO0,000 and over . . ..
Land in farms (acres). . . ..
harvested cropland (acres) . .


14,725 15,576
3,077 5,282
11,648 10,294
14,725 15,576
12,767 13,461
1,956 2,107


2
14,725
5,777
7,665
1,283
14,725

5,315
1,080
925
500
7,770

525


2,840
515
40
15
3,595
1,273
598


8
15,576
5,999
7,905
1,672
15,576

4,726
1,673
1,234
821
8,451

686


1,894
1,547
320
S128
S38
3,927
3,138
1,098


16,087
4,966
11,121
16,087
14,255
1,788
44
16,087
5,384
8,597
2,106
16,087

3,819
1,966
2,312
541
624
9,262
10.24
1,055


1,134
1,472
751
661
355
4,373
5,828
2,048


of
Total
30.9
69.1
100.0
88.6
11.1
0.3
100.0
33.5
53.4
13.1
100.0

41.2
21.2
25.0
5.8
6.7
100.0


6.6


25.9
33.7
17.2
15.1
8.1
100.0


Change

-6.0
8.0
3.3
5.9
-15.1
450.0
3.3
-10.3
8.8
26.0
3.3

-19.2
17.5
87.4
41.9
9.6

53.8


-40.1
-4.8
134.7
416.4
834.2
11.4
85.7
86.5


1,155 26.4 ---
4,742 29.5


3,960
2,831
1,851
1,376
967
16.14

300
351
432
459
578
478
870
197
330
4,178


1,385,982
375,086
44,270
966,626
1,268
368
110

136,276
29,701


4,486
3,474
5,000
1,256
751
30

443
400
572
712
821
428
338
182
329
4,627


1,906,445
453,934
60,385
1,392,126
770
125
118
16
125,292
26,360


5,270
4,166
6,600
1,000
497
35

659
422
776
843
849
426
105
185
642
4,907


4,925,304
2,368,903
75,441
2,480,960
526
313
166
47
146,940
50,061


100.0
79.1

18.9
9.4


13.4
8.6
15.8
17.2
17.3
8.7
2.1
3.8
13.1
100.0


100.0
48.1
1.5
50.4
100.0
59.5
31.6
8.9
100.0
34.1


17.5
19.9
32.0
-20.4
33.8
16.7

48.8
5.5
35.7
18.4
3.4
-.5
-68.9
1.6
95.1
6.1


158.4
421.9
24.9
78.2
-31.7
150.4
40.7
193.8
17.3
89.9


1.









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Table 19 Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Washington County


1-960 to
I TE M 1950 1960 1970 1970


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban. . . .
rural. . . ..
total. . . ..
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years ... .. ..
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total ... ...
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . .... .
over 16 years. . . ....
total.11 . . . ..
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 ...........
$7,000 to $9,999 ...........
$10,000 to $14,999 ...........
$15,000 and over ...........
total .31 . . . .
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital income (dollars). . .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . ..
total persons bpl. . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . .
median value (dollars) .......
substandard units.51 . . .
crowded units.61 . . ..
median contract rent (dollars) .....
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred ....
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm.8 . .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen .. .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed .91 . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars). ...........
forest products (dollars).lO/ ......
livestock (dollars) ..........
Number of farms. ............
sales under $2,500 .11/. ........
$2,500 to $19,999. .12/. . ..
$20,000 and over 2/. . .
Land in farms (acres). . . .
harvested cropland (acres) . .


---------------------Number-------------Percent
nf


11,888
2,959
8,929
11,888
9,769
2,118
1
11,888
4,923
5,949
1,016
11,888

4,385
655
425
370
5,955

395


2,355
325
15
10
2,840
1,141
498


11,249
3,159
8,090
11,249
9,071
2,175
3
11,249
4,458
5,554
1,237
11,249

3,558
1,035
788
503
5,884

525


1,520
949
200
S59
14
2,742
2,662
939


of
Total
27.7
72.3
100.0
79.8
20.2
.02
100.0
35.7
51.2
13.1
100.0

50.8
17.1
22.6
5.4
4.0
100.0

6.1


11,453
3,172
8,281
11,453
9,143
2,308
2
11,453
4,088
5,859
1,506
11,453

3,236
1,091
1,440
(347
256
6,370
8.95
700


969
1,095
437
365
165
3,031
4,755
1,738


Percent
Change
1.0
.4
2.4
1.8
.8
6.1
-33.3
1.8
-8.3
5.5
21.7
1.8

9.1
5.4
82.7
S19.9
8.3

33.3


-36.3
15.4
119.5
518.6
1078.6
110.5
78.6
85.1


1,077 35.5 ---
4,741 41.4


3,115
2,160
1,864
865
831
16.91

243
239
304
245
470
306
838
267
196
3,227


747,129
245,366
48,130
453,633
1,195
276
62

111,807
23,026


3,183
2,356
5,000
602
547
24

323
334
414
370
410
379
258
132
346
3,026


1,227,884
238,839
58,712
930,333
699
91
129
1
110,326
16,031


3,620
2,879
6,600
1,003
433
34

438
306
632
434
513
358
185
115
514
3,495


3,023,779
854,281
63,760
2,105,738
454
251
170
32
87,976
17,895


100.0
79.5

27.7
11.9


12.5
8.8
18.1
12.4
14.7
10.2
5.3
3.3
14.7
100.0


100.0
28.3
2.1
69.6
100.0
55.3
37.4
7.0
100.0
20.3


13.7
22.2
32.0
66.6
-20.8
41.7

35.6
-8.4
57.7
17.3
25.1
-5.5
-28.3
-12.9
48.6
15.5


146.3
257,7
8.6
126.3
-35.1
175.8
31.8
3100.0
-20.3
11.6


I


31.9
36.1
14.4
12.0
5.4
100.0










































PLANNING REGION 3


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T'il1 20 Summary of Census Soclo-Econoric Data for Planning Region 3


1960 to
I TEM 1950 1960 1970 1970
, ...... !__ _ _ _


TOTAL POPULATION ..... . ..
Residence: urban. . . .
rural. . . .
total. . . .
rce: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . .. . .
total . . . .
Ace: under 18 years ........ .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total . .
Ectrcation completed, people over 24
rnder 9 years. . . . .
-ll years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . . .
ever 16 years. . . . .
total. /. . . . .
rldian education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
F,"ILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
17,000 to $9,999 . . .
!10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . . .
total .3/ . . . .
r.dian family income (dollars) .....
rpr capital income (dollars).41 . .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . ...
total persons bpl. . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . .. .
oner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units.5 . .. .
crowded units.6/ . . .
r!dian contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
ninagers and administrators. . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. .. .
operatives, inc. transport . .
;>:borers, except farm.8 . .
farmers and farm managers. . .
ifrm laborers and farm foremen . .
.crvice workers, inc. private household.
total employed . . ..
AGF'ICULTURE 2/
Farn Sales (dollars) . . ..
crops (dollars). . . ...
forest products (dollars).12/. .....
livestock (dollars). . ...
Nir-'.r of farms. . . . .
reles under $2,500 ./. . .
$2,500 to $19,999. .12/. . .
170,000 and over .12/. . ..
Land in farms (acres) ..........
harvested cropland (acres) .......


i


25,550
6,665
610
280
34,830


16,197
16,237
4,576
2,272
S 802
40,084


9,173
15,034
10,071
9,521
6,767
50,566


18.1
29.7
19.9
18.8
13.4
100.0


---------- ---Number------------- percent
of
157,052 172,864 215,142 Total
47,479 68,800 109,656 50.9
109,573 104,064 105,486 49.0
157,052 172,864 215,142 100.0
108,680 123,886 163,741 76.1
48,316 48,740 50,846 23.6
56 238 555 .3
157,052 172,864 215,142 100.0
56,313 65,880 72,435 33.7
89,879 93,317 124,917 58.1
10,860 13,667 17,790 8.3
157,052 172,864 215,142 100.0

46,920 41,876 36,829 34.9
11,375 14,551 19,458 18.5
9,145 15,223 25,702 24.4
10,030 14,078 9,086 8.6
,0 14,320 13.6
79,175 85,728 105,395 100.0

13,965 16,322 26,457 12.3
132965 16,322 26,457 12.3


10,249 20.3
52,044 24.2


40,148
22,055

12,982
9,745


4,618
3,963
6,160
4,316
5,562
5,613
7,745
7,666
6,433
52,643


18,733,774
11,316,649
971,249
6,445,876
9,478
3,976
1,795
62
2,172,942
9,968,473


46,739
29,776

6,757
7,791


7,688
5,323
8,724
5,829
7,608
4,650
3,623
3,718
9,660
59,963


38,024,839
21,378,353
1,250,710
15,395,776
6,240
532
2,638
380
S2,123,717
338,333


63,725
42,436

10,871
6,185


14,341
6,093
16,569
9,565
9,401
4,130
2,532
2,543
11,999
77,173


77,746,001
24,277,524
1,169,665
52,298,812.
5,364
2,382
2,129
847
1,631,737
228,555


100.0
66.6

17.1
9.7


18.6
7.9
21.5
12.4
12.2
5.4
3.3
3.3
15.5
100.0


100.0
31.2
1.5
67.3
100.0
44.4
39.7
15.8
100.0
14.0


36.3
47.5

60.1
20.6


86.5
14.5
89.9
64.1
23.6
11.2
-30.1
31.6
24.2
28.7


104.5
13.6
-6.5
239.7
-14.0
347.7
-19.3
122.9
-23.2
-32.4


Percent
Change
24.5
59.4
1.4
24.5
32.2
4.3
133.2
24.5
9.9
33.9
30.2
24.5

-12.1
33.7
68.8
S66.3
22.9

62.1


43.4
7.4
120.1
319.1
743.8
26.2









Table 21. Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Alachua County


ITEM



TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural. . . .
total. . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other .......... .. ,
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . .. .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total . . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . . ..
over 16 years. . . ..
total.1/ . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . ..
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . .. .
total .3/ . .
median family income (dollars) ....
per capital income (dollars).41 .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl. . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units.5 . . .
crowded units.6/ . .......
median contract rent (dollars) .....
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. 8/. . .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . ..
crops (dollars). ...........
forest products (dollars).i/. ......
livestock (dollars). . . ..
Number of farms. . . ..
sales under $2,500 ./. . .
$2,500 to $19,999. . ..
$20,000 and over . . ...
Land in farms (acres). .... .......
harvested cropland (acres) ......


57,026
26,861
30,165
57,026
40,475
16,526
25
57,026
17,467
36,089
3,470
57,026

12,145
4,055
4,095
6,780
27,740

8,945


8,030
3,420
360
185
12,655
2,066
862


74,074
36,716
37,358
74,074
54,466
19,412
196
74,074
26,089
43,306
4,679
74,074

12,452
5,866
6,827
9,724
34,869

11,158


5,321
7,266
2,482
S1,346
546
16,961
4,471
1,522


104,764
72,287
32,477
104,764
82,758
21,566
440
104,764
32,923
65,257
6,584
104,764

11,421
7,404
11,494
5,726
10,816
46,861
12.40
19,007


3,172
6,545
4,783
5,170
4,201
23,871
8,329
2,717


of
Total
68.9
31.0
100.0
78.9
20.6
.4
100.0
31.4
62.3
6.3
100.0

24.4
15.8
24.5
12.2
23.1
100.0

18.1


13.3
27.4
20.0
21.7
17.6
100.0


3,660 15.3 ---
21;176 20.2 ---


14,811
7,827
5,627
3,170
2,572
31.36

2,633
1,634
3,192
1,981
1,765
1,644
1,367
1,938
2,983
19,480


5,125,903
2,918,516
252,964
1,954,423
1,804
454
442
39
359,377
81,414


19,888
12,312
10,600
1,887
2,796
44

4,841
2,504
4,802
2,293
2,630
1,644
709
944
4,713
26,515


10,350,804
4,288,241
406,895
5,655,668
1,064
72
357
121
373,774
61,585


31,115
18,907
14,500
2,892
2,447
90

10,065
3,374
9,923
4,071
3,361
1,798
458
544
6,045
39,639


14,539,293
4,984,819
218,892
9,335,582
906
443
307
154
304,117
40,578


100.0
60.8

9.3
7.9


25.4
8.5
25.0
10.3
8.5
4.5
1.2
1.4
15.3
100.0


100.0
34.3
1.5
64.2
100.0
48.9
33.9
17.0
100.0
13.3


96.9
-13.1
41.4
51.9
11.1
124.5
41.4
26.2
50.7
40.7
41.4

-8.3
26.2
68.4
70.1
34.4

70.3


-40.4
-10.0
92.7
284.1
669.4
40.7
86.3
78.5


56.5
53.6
36.8
53.3
-12.5
104.5

107.9
34.7
106.6
77.5
27.8
9.4
35.4
-42.4
28.5
49.5


40.5
16.2
-46.2
65.1
-14.8
515.3
-14.0
27.3
-18.6
-34.1


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Table 22 Sumnary of Census Soclo-Economic Data forBradford County


S11960 to
I TEM 1950 j 1960 1970 1970


TOTAL POPULATION . .
Frsidence: urban .
rural .
total .
.ace: White . .
Black . .
Other . .
total . .
Age: under 18 years .
18 to 64 years .
65 years and over. .
total . .
E[ucatlon completed, people
under 9 years . .
9-11 years . .
12 years . . .
13-16 years . .
over 16 years . .
total. / . .
median education . .


. .

.

. .




. ,




. ,


TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . .. .. .
$3,000 to $6,999 . .. .. ..
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . . .
total .3 . . .
median family income (dollars) . .
per capital income (dollars). . .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . ..
total persons bpl . . .
HO'SING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units./ . . .
crowded units.6. . .. .
redian contract rent (dollars) .....
OCCUPATION 1/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .
operatives, Inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm.8 . .
farmers and farm managers . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed .9 . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Far-, Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars) . . .
forest products (dollars). 10/. . .
livestock (dollars) . . .
lftir :er of farms . . . .
s les under $2,500 1/. . .
$2,500 to $19,999. .12/ . ...
!20,000 and over .12/ . .
Lardi in farms (acres) .. ......
harvested cropland (acres) .. .....


-Number-----------------Percent
of
11,457 12,446 14,625 Total
2,944 4,806 4,864 33.3
8,513 7,640 9,761 66.7
11,457 12,446 14,625 100.0
8,657 9,569 11,193 76.5
2,800 2,876 3,412 23.3
0 1 20 .1
11,457 12,446 14,625 100.0'
4,720 5,034 5,039 34.5
5,927 6,364 8,278 56.6
810 1,048 1,308 8.9
11,457 12,446 14,625 100.0

3,715 3,375 3,089 39.4
910 1,289 1,888 24.1
565 1,064 2,015 25.7
305 643 496 6.3
5 349 4.5
5,595 6,371 7,837 100.0
--- --- 10.31 ---

505 586 725 4.9


2,000
435
40
20
2,585
1,569
789


1,104
1,371
290
137
1 30
2,932
3,797
1,440


651
1,071
765
616
283
3,386
6,905
2,012


19.2
31.6
22.6
18.2
8.4
100.0


I


691 20.4
3',157 21.6


3,000
1,860
3,036
844
750
23.48


201
267
363
419
394
525
505
511
421
3,665


757,599
433,532
55,483
268,584
768
229
56
1
80,971
11,427


3,384
2,329
6,300
530
600
34


354
390
570
557
754
283
121
123
587
4,116


1,314,353
276,580
69,661
968,112
488
35
66
16
62,898
6,417


4,058
3,056
8,000
779
396
47


509
356
914
717
785
211
255
195
821
4,763


11,408,041
944,139
73,869
10,390,033
363
163
94
106
58,506
4,174


100.0
75.3

19.2
9.8



10.7
7.5
19.2
15.1
16.5
4.4
5.4
4.1
17.2
100.0


100.0
8.3
.6
91.1
100.0
44.9
25.9
29.2
100.0
7.1


20.0
31.2
27.0
47.0
-34.0
38.2


43.8
-8.7
60.4
28.7
4.1
-25.4
110.7
58.5
39.9
15.7


768.0
244.6
6.0
973.2
-25.6
365.7
42.4
562.5
-7.0
-35.0


Percent
Change
17.5
1.2
27.8
17.5
17.0
18.6
1900.0
17.5
.1
30.1
24.8
17.5

-8.5
46.5
89.4
31.4
23.0

23.7


-41.0
-21.9
163.8
349.6
843.3
15.5
81.9
39.7


I







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Table 23 Summary of Census Socio-Econonic Data for Columbia County


1960 to
I TE M 1950 1960 1970 1970

S- --------------Number-----------------Percent Percent


TOTAL POPULATION . . .. .
Residence: urban. ............
rural. . . ...
total. . . .. .
Race: White . .. . .
Black . . . .
Other . ..... ..
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years ...........
18 to 64 years .........
65 years and over. .........
total . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . . .
over 16 years. . . . .
total. i/. . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS .. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . . ..
total .3/ . . . .
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital income (dollars).4 .. .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . ..
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units .. . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units.51 . . ..
crowded units.6/ . . .
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .
operatives, inc. transport . .. .
laborers, except farm.8/ . .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed .9/..........
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars). . . ..
forest products (dollars).10/ . .
livestock (dollars). . . .
Number of farms. .. .. . .
sales under $2,500 .11 /. . .
$2,500 to $19,999.. 2/ . ..
$20,000 and over .12/. . ..
Land in farms (acres). . . ..
harvested cropland (acres) . .


18,216
7,661
10,555
18,216
12,092
6,112
12
18,216
6,913
9,923
1,380
18,216

5,815
1,520
1,250
960
9,800

1,045


3,305
990
65
30
4,560
1,788
820


20,077
9,465
10,612
20,077
13,993
6,070
14
20,077
8,106
10,229
1,742
.20,077

5,418
1,830
2,073
1,050
10,371

1,203


1,994
2,042
474
222
69
4,801
3,607
1,196


25,250
14,199
11,051
25,250
18,918
6,312
20
25,250
9,516
13,440
2,294
25,250

4,811
2,555
3,599
S 988
1,078
13,031
11.00
1,892


1,119
1,868
1,363
1,145
814
6,309
7,354
2,329


of
Total
56.2
43.8
100.0
74.9
24.9
.1
100.0
37.7
53.2
9.1
100.0

36.9
19.6
27.6
7.6
8.3
100.0

7.5


17.7
29.6
21.6
18.1
12.9
100.0


Change
25.8
50.0
4.1
25.8
35.2
4.0
42.9
25.8
17.4
31.4
31.7
25.8

-11.2
39.6
73.6
S96.8
25.6

57.3


-43.9
-8.5
187.6
415.8
1079.7
31.4
103.9
94.7


1,240 19.7 ---
6,056 23.9 ---


4,878
2,733
3,347
1,868
1,066
20.77

570
527
789
507
811
745
947
630
997
6,639


1,793,628
899,961
127,514
766,153
1,131
500
153
3
303,887
42,764


5,587
3,628
6,700
1,219
971
31

802
673
943
733
950
597
490
390
1,272
7,190


3,408,473
1,686,940
90,797
1,630,736
723
45
347
40
157,112
34,087


7,669
5,525
9,900
1,461
923
52

1,428
756
1,756
1,460
1,088
539
231
252
1,624
9,134


9,708,331
2,592,788
97,726
7,017,817
625
308
244
73
153,449
30,198


100.0
72.0

19.1
12.0



15.6
8.3
19.2
16.0
11.9
5.9
2.5
2.8
17.8
100.0


100.0
26.7
1.0
72.3
100.0
49.3
39.0
11.7
100.0
19.7


37.3
52.3
47.8
19.9
-4.9
67.7

78.1
12.3
86.2
99.2
14.5
-9.7
-52.9
-35.4
27.7
27.0


184.8
53.7
7.6
330.3
-13.6
584.4
-29.7
82.5
-2.3
-11.4


Ij











Table 24 Sumary of Census Socto-Econimic Data for Dixie County


0 1 11960 to
ITEM 1950 1960 1970 1970


TOTAL POPULATION .. . .
Residence: urban. . . .
rural . . .
total. . . .
Race: White .. ... ... .
Black . ... ...... .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years .. .... . .
18 to 64 years .. ... ...
65 years and over. . ... .
total . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years . . ... .. .
12 years . . ...... .
13-16 years. . . .
over 16 years. ... .... .....
total. . . .. .
median education ... . .. .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. .. ..
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 ....... ....
$7,000 to $9,999 ...... .. ...
$10,000 to $14,999 .. .. .. .
$15,000 and over ....... .
total .3/ ......... .
median family income (dollars) ....
per capital income (dollars). .. .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl .. . .
total persons bpl ... .. ..
HOUSING
total occupied units . ...
owner occupied units . ..
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units. / . .
crowded units. 6 . . .
median contract rent (dollars) .. ...
OCCUPATION 1/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators .. .
sales, clerical, and kindred . ..
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .
operatives, Inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm.8 ... .
farmers and farm managers. ... ..
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed .9 . . .
AGRICULTURE/
Farm Sales (dollars) .......
crops (dollars) . .... ....
forest products (dollars)./ . .
livestock (dollars). .. . .
Number of farms. .... .. . .
sales under $2,500 ...... ....
$2,500 to $19,999. . ... .
$20,000 and over 2 . . .
Land in farms (acres). . ....
harvested cropland (acres) .. ....


------------------ Number ----------- Percent
of
3,928 4,479 5,480 Total
0 0 0 00.0
3,928 4,479 5,480 100.0
3,928 4,479 5,480 100.0
3,366 3,829 4,554 83.1
562 648 926 16.9
0 2 0 0.0
3,928 4,479 5,480 100.0
1,582 1,792 2,091 38.2
2,070 2,329 2,894 52.8
276 358 495 9.0
3,928 4,479 5,480 100.0

1,390 1,337 1,312 47.2
245 402 513 18.5
155 293 693 24.9
115 175 104 3.
1 157 5.6
1,960 2,207 2,779 100.0
-..... --- 9.45 ---
215 296 374 6.8


620
95
5
5
915
1,484
522


1,101
592
1,533
508
272
11.88

108
150
77
97
143
324
95
379
142
1,219


270,354
59,261
8,490
202,603
173
55
16
1
217,873
2,876


511
479
93
16
i 12
1,111
3,210
1,334


1,296
797
5,000
267
249
29

157
164
157
173
258
186
15
12
193
1,362


433,297
149,732
7,897
275,668
141
10
44
1
168,944
3,376


316
537
261
208
85
1,407
5,666
1,904


364
1,531


1,708
1,169
6,300
424
208
45

195
122,
223
317
414
232
20
32
209
1,764


481,680
90,724
15,643
375,3.13
114
73
38
3
165,354
809


22.5
38.2
18.6
14.8
6.0
100.0




25.9
27.9

100.0
68.4

24.8
12.2


11.1
6.9
12.6
18.0
23.5
13.2
1.1
1.8
11.8
100.0


100.0
18.8
3.2
77.9
100.0
64.0
33.3
2.6
100.0
.5


Percent
Change
22.3
00.0
22.3
22.3
18.9
42.9
0.0
22.3
16.7
24.3
38.3
22.3

-1.9
27.6
136.5
49.1
25.9

26.4


-38.2
12.1
180.6
1200.0
608.3
26.6
76.5
42.7


31.8
46.7
26.0
58.8
16.5
55.2

24.2
25 6
42.0
83.2
60.5
24.7
33.3
166.7
8.3
29.5


11.2
-39.4
98.1
36.1
-19.1
630.0
-13.6
200.0
-2,1
-76.0


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Table 25. Summary of Census Soclo-Economic Data for Gilchrist County


I 96 0 to
ITEM 1950 1960 j 1970 1970


TOTAL POPULATION .. .. . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural. . . .
total. . ..
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . ..
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years . . . ...
over 16 years. . . . .
total. . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . ..
$15,000 and over . . .
total .-1 . . . .
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital income (dollars).4/ .....
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . ..
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units.51 . . .
crowded units.6/ ...........
median contract rent (dollars) .....
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .. .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm.8/ . .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed .9 . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars). . . .
forest products (dollars)./. . .
livestock (dollars). . . .
Number of farms .............
sales under $2,500 ./ ..........
$2,500 to $19,999. .1/. . .
$20,000 and over .12 . .
Land in farms (acres) ..........
harvested cropland (acres) ......


---------------------Number-------------Percent
of
3,499 2,868 3,551 Total
0 0 0 00.0
3,499 2,868 3,551 100.0
3,499 2,868 3,551 100.0
3,153 2,534 3,764 91.9
337 328 287 8.1
9 6 0 00.0
3,499 2,868 3,551 100.0
1,458 1,105 1,264 35.6
1,796 1,472 1,891 53.3
245 291 396 11.2
3,499 2,868 3,551 100.0

1,195 890 978 49.5
235 302 373 18.9
185 247 462 23.4
90 108 108 5.5
S54 2.7
1,750 1,547 1,975 100.0
---- 9.08
175 104 213 5.9


625
70
0
0
755
1,087
672


442
215
47
S12
21
737
2,563
879


252
307
185
123
59
926
6,213
1,886


27.2
33.2
19.9
13.3
6.4
100.0


202 21.8 ---
853 24.0 ---


893
569
3,754
250
474
11.17

75
64
84
58
64
75
352
315
74
1,176


889,285
520,989
17,432
350,864
426
223
112

113,912
26,132


824
599
5,500
403
156


63
90
89
62
161
39
177
74
140
1,022


1,523,114
901,321
8,942
612,851
325
50
146
9
91,339
32,332


1,146
892
5,900
276
133
35

101
38
205
225
164
52
141
68
160
1,154


3,292,816
1,185,489
65,255
2,042,072
334
141
155
38
100,085
18,895


100.0
77.8

24.1
11.6


8.8
3.3
17.8
19.5
14.2
4.5
12.2
5.9
13.9
100.0


100.0
36.0
2.0
62.0
100.0
42.2
46.4
11.4
100.0
18.9


39.1
48.9
7.3
-31.5
-14.7


60.3
-57.8
130.3
262.9
1.9
33.3
-20.3
-8.1
14.3
12.9


116.2
31.5
629.8
233.2
2.8
182.0
6.2
322.2
9.6
-41.6


Percent
Change
23.8
00.0
23.8
23.8
28.8
-12.5
-100.0
23.8
14.4
28.5
36.1
23.8

9.9
23.5
87.0
! 50.0
27.7

104.8


-42.9
42.8
293.6
925.0
180.9
25.6
142.4
114.6










Table 26. Sualary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Hamilton county


ITEM



TOTAL POPULATION .. .. .....
Residence: urban. .. ... .....

total. . ..
Race: White . . . .
Black . .. .. .. ...
Other . .. . .
total . . .
Age: under 18 years ... ... ..
18 to 64 years .. . .
65 years and over . ..
total . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years.. .. .. ... ..
9-11 years . .. . .. .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. ...... .......
over 16 years .. ... ... ...
tota. . .. .. . .
median education . ... .. .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. .. .....
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 .. ... .. .. .
$3,000 to $6,999 . .. ..
$7,000 to $9,999 .... .. .
$10,000 to $14,999 . ....
$15,000 and over .. ... ..
total j/. .. .. . ..
median family income (dollars) .. .
per capital income (dollars). / ... .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . .. .
total persons bpl. . .. ... ..
HOUSING
total occupied units .. .. .
owner occupied units .. .
median value (dollars) ... ...
substandard units. .. .....
crowded units. &/. -
median contracftrent (dollars). .. .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators.. .. ..
sales, clerical, and kindred ..... .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred ....
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. .. .
farmers and farm managers. .. .. ... .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed ./ . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) .. . ..
crops (dollars) ..... ..... ..
forest products (dollars). o/. ....
livestock (dollars). . .....
Number of farms. ... .
sales under $2,500 /. ..... .
$2,500 to $19,999. . .
$20,000 and over .2/. .. .....
Land in farms (acres). .........
harvested cropland (acres) .. .. ...


8,981
0
8,981
8,981
5,191
3,790
0
8,981
3,768
4,509
704
8,981

3,245
475
320
185
4,290

470


1,570
230
10
5
1,885
1,351
614


7,705
0
7,705
7,705
4,275
3,425
5
7,705
3,280
3,636
789
7,705

2,445
536
553
310
3,844

419


982
587
111
j 57
16
1,753
2,687
1,157


7,787
0
7,787
7,787
4,701
3,083
3
7,787
3,011
3,838
938
7,787

2,065
633
904
I 164
219
3,985
8.86
526


501
612
375
242
121
1,851
5,733
1,756


584
2,965

2,353
1,647
6,900
759
314
34

227
199
335
320
529
211
214
197
352
2,584


5,575,610
3,195,171
131,890
2,248,549
402
156
166
80
22,393
22,393


2,322
1,216
.2,421
817
659
13.87

167
157
227
162
420
414
673
655
234
3,154


1,634,398
1,194,673'
113,867
325,858
734
401
185

147,321
35,934


of
Total
oo.o
00.0
100.0
100.0
60.4
39.6
.04
100.0
38.7
49.3
12.0
100.0

51.8
15.9
22.7
4.1
5.5
100.0

6.8


27.1
33.1
20.3
13.1
6.5
100.0


2,058
1,220
5,000
263
413
23

184
188'
227
217
354
309
322
423
355
2,628


4,185,888
3,433,589
63,735
688,564'
459
55
254
44
126,513
31,410


1.1
0.0
1.1
1.1
9.9
-9.9
-40.0
1.1
-8.2
5.6
18.9
1.1

-15.5
18.1
63.5
23.5
3.7

25.5


-48.9
4.3
237.8
324.6
656.3
5.6
113.4
51.8


31.6
38.1 ---


100.0
69.9

32.3
13.3


8.8
7.7
13.0
12.4
20.5
8.2
8.3
7.6
13.6

100.0 *

100.0
57.3
2.4
40.3
100.0
38.8
41.3
19.9
100.0
19.7


14.3
35.0
38.0
188.6
-23.9
47.8

23.4
5.9
47.6
47.5
49.4
-31.7
-33.5
-53.4
-.8
-1.7


33.2
-6.9
106.9
226.6
-12.4
183.6
-34.6
81.8
-10.0
-28.7


............... ---










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Table 27. Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Lafayette County


10 1970to
ITEM 1950 1960 1970 1970

----------_----. Number-----------------Percent Percent


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural . . .
total . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . .. . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . . .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over . . .
total . . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years . . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years . . . .
over 16 years . . . .
total. . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . .. .
total .31 . . .
median family income (dollars) . .
per capital income (dollars).41 ....
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units .... .. .
owner occupied units . . ..
median value (dollars) . ..
substandard units. . . .
crowded units. 6/. . . .
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . ..
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. . .
farmers and farm managers . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed .1 . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . ..
crops (dollars) . . .
forest products (dollars)./. . .
livestock (dollars) . . .
Number of farms . . . .
sales under $2,500 .1/ . .
$2,500 to $19,999. ./. . .
$20,000 and over / . .
Land in farms (acres) . . .
harvested cropland (acres) . .


3,440 2,889
0 0
3,440 2,889
1 AA


J) .U
3,115
325
0
3,440
1,428
1,755
257
3,440

1,270
290
145
50
1,770

130


725
60
0
5
850
929
538


913
593
2,350
397
216
13.81

59
52
57
51
95
84
396
183
35
1,013


945,533
665,779
25,169
254,585
439
234
145

90,169
22,777


4 007
2,545
344

2,889
1,097
1,454
338
2,889

975
217
271
99
1,562

144


331
271
80
143

725
3,342
1,402


848
606
6,400
146
114


126
78
106
62
109
69
203
237
78
1,101


2,241,601
1,478,505
44,141
718,955
354
25
199
34
107,549
13,876


of
2,892 Total
0 00.0
2,892 100.0
2,892 100.0
2,558 88.5
330 11.4
4 .1
2,892 100.0
1,002 34.6
1,501 51.9
389 13.5
2,892 100.0


851
236
376
S76
77
1,616
8.86
219


185
312
111
84
63
755
5,368
1,978


180
880

955
738
5,100
209
69
37

76
53
134
168
107
33
134
119
95
919


6,007,794
1,481,228
154,617
4,371,949
325
96
150
79
75,907
8,780


52.7
14.6
23.2
4.7
4.8
100.0

7.6


24.5
41.3
14.7
11.1
8.3
100.0


Change

00.0
1.0
1.0
.5
-4.1

1.0
-8.7
3.2
15.1
1.0

-12.7
8.8
38.7
54.5
3.5

52.1


-44.1
15.1
38.8
241.9
4.1
60.6
41.1


23.8 ---
30.4 ---


100.0
77.3

21.9
7.2


8.3
5.8
14.6
18.3
11.6
3.6
14.6
12.9
10.3
100.0


100.0
24.7
2.6
72.8
100.0
29.5
46.2
24.3
100.0
11.6


12.6
21.8
-20.3
43.2
39.5


-39.7
-32.1
26.4
170.9
-1.8
-52.2
-33.9
-49.8
21.8
-16.5


168.0
.1
250.3
508.1
-8.2
284.0
-24.6
132.4
-29.4
-36.7


I -











-34-

Table 28. Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Madison County


ITEM


TOTAL POPULATION . . ..
Residence: urban . . .
rural . .. .....
total. .. . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . .... ..
total . . . .
Age; under 18 years .. ... .
18 to 64 years ..... . ..
65 years and over. . .
total . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years.... . ...
9-11 years .. .... . ..
12 years .. . . .
13-16 years. .. . .
over 16 years. ... ........
total.1 .. . ......
median education . .... ..
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS.. . ..
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 .............
$3,000 to $6,999 ..... ......
$7,000 to $9,999 ... .. ... .
$10,000 to $14,999 ........ ..
$15,000 and over . . .
total I/....... . . .
median family income (dollars) .. ..
per capital income (dollars).1 .. ....
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl .. ... ... .
total persons bpl. .. .. .....
HOUSING
total occupied units .. ... ...
owner occupied units .. ... ... ..
median value (dollars) .. ..
substandard units. .. ........
crowded units.6. .. ...
median contract rent (dollars) ..
OCCUPATION 1/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. . ..
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. .....
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm, 2'. .
farmers and farm managers .. .. .....
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed .1 . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) .. . ....
crops (dollars). ... ... .
forest products (dollars). o/. .... .
livestock (dollars). .. . ..
Number of farms . . ...
sales under $2,500 111 .. .
$2,500 to $19,999. 12/ . ..
$20,000 and over 12/ .. .. .
Land in farms (acres).. .. . ..
harvested cropland (acres) ......


14,197
3,152
11,045
14,197
7,720
6,474
3
14,197
5,963
7,075
1,159
14,197

4,570
800
655
495
6,645

570


2,500
330
35
5
2,960
1,174
601


14,154
3,239
10,915
14,154
7,430
6,723
1
14,154
6,122
6,687
1,345
14,154

4,279
995
925
652
6,851

664


1,862
1,084
218
I 74
24
3,262
2,614
964


13,481
3,775
9,706
13,481
7,578
5,899
4
13,481
4,818
7,074
1,589
13,481

3,480
1,405
1,268
355
) 487
6,995
9.04
1,203


949
965
635
456
244
3,249
5,743
1,791


of
Total
28.0
72.0
100.0
56.2
43.8
.0
100.0
35.7
52.5
11.9
100.0

49.7
20.1
18.1
5.1
7.0
100.0

8.9


29.2
29.7
18.0
14.0.
7.5
100.0


1,078 33.2 ----
5,187 38.5 --


3,601
1,917
,2,290
2,072
1,642
11.47

261
272
390
272
580
432
1,079
1,454
413
5,194


2,441,364
1,567,879
95,714
777,771
1,213
626
186
11
221,028
59,468


3,781
2,230
5,500
608
765
23

339
325
550,
438
753
467
646
766
559
4,942


4,889,835
3,120,299
117,467
1,652,069
829
65
432
31
206,333
54,326


4,000
2,648
7,100
1,480
515
33


495
275
709
455
814
371
377
638
639
4,773


8,279,445
3,153,096
157,951
4,968,398
737
302
332
103
205,356
35,023


100.0
66.2

37.0
12.9


10.4
5.8
14.9
9.5
17.1
7.8
7.9
13.9
13.4
100.0


100.0
38.1
1.9
60.0
100.0
41.0
45.0
14.0
100.0
17.1


-4.8
16.5
-11.1
-4.8
1.9
-12.3
300.0
-4.8
-21.3
5.8
18.1
-4.8

-18.7
41.2
37.1
29.1
2.1

81.2


-49,0
-10.9
191.3
516.2
916.7
.4
119.7
85.8


5.8
18.7
29.1
143.4
-32.7
43.5

46.0
-15.4
28.9
3.9
8.1
-20.6
-41.6
-16.7
14.3
-3.4


69.3
1.1
34.5
200.7
-11.1
364.6
-23.1
232.3
-.5
-35.5


-____ _..... _L .....- --











Table 29 Summary of Census Soclo-Economic Data for silw;inc' c(:univ


I 1960 to

I TE M 1950 1960 1970 1970

--- ------- --------Number---------------Percent Percent


TOTAL POPULATION . . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural . . ...
total . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . . .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over . .
total . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years . . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years . . . .
over 16 years . . .
total. / . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . . .
total .3/ . . . .
median family income (dollars) . .
per capital income (dollars).4 . .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units.5/ . . .
crowded units. 6/. . . .
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. / . .
farmers and farm managers . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed .9 . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars) . . .
forest products (dollars)./. . .
livestock (dollars) . . .
Number of farms . . .
sales under $2,500 .1/. . .
$2,500 to $19,999..1V/ . .
$20,000 and over .12/. . ...
Land in farms (acres) . ..
harvested cropland (acres) . .


16,986
4,064
12,922
16,986
12,001
4,980
5
16,986
6,919
8,740
1,327
16,986

5,570
1,255
925
560
8,500

855


3,215
580
45
10
4,060
1,281
714


14,961
6,544
8,417
14,961
10,888
4,064
9
14,961
5,885
7,473
1,603
14,961

4,826
1,232
1,308
566
7,932

821


1,940
1,219
301
{ 107
( 25
3,592
2,767
1,197


15,
6,
8,
15,
11,
3,'

15,
5,
8,C
1,
15,

3,
1,



8,
9
1,0


of
559 Total
830 43.9
729 56.1
559 100.0
892 76.4
662 23.5
5 0.0
559 100.0
578 35.9
399 52.1
882 12.1
559 100.0

852 45.6
757 20.8
939 22.9
431 5.1
471 5.6
450 100.0
.64 ---
050 6.7


1,036
1,297
747
614
342
4,036
5,903
2,281


25.7
32.1
18.5
15.2
8.5
100.0


Change
3.9
4.4
3.7
3.9
9.2
-9.9
-44.4
3.9
-5.2
8.4
17.4
3.9

-20.2
42.6
48.2
\ 59.4
6.5

27.9


-46.6
6.4
148.2
473.8
1268.0
12.4
113.3
90.6


1,125 27.9 ---
5,224 33.6


4,435
2,835
.2,950
1,785
1,022
18.54

323
421
509
296
516
440
1,826
1,,13
509
6,041


3,511,018
2,454,573
100,655
955,790
2,009
1,007
405
1
320,084
92,875


4,231
3,030
5,300
672
722
35


338
425
665
478
655
323
800
607
656
5,105


7,116,072
5,099,846
87,285
1,928,941
1,278
145
660
71
297,022
87,682


4,855
3,637
7,800
1,134
552
41

518
413
1,108
740
760
281
580
336
849
5,585


13,451,439
5,665,307
108,784
7,677,348
1,091
428
482
178
275,160
59,280


100.0
74.9

23.4
11.4



9.3
7.4
19.8
13.2
13.6
5.0
10.4
6.0
15.2
100.0


100.0
42.1
.8
57.1
100.0
39.2
44.2
16.3
100.0
21.5


14.7
20.0
47.2
68.8
-23.5
17.1


53.3
- 2.8
66.6
54.8
16.0
-13.0
-27.5
-44.6
29.4
9.4


89.0
11.1
24.6
298.0
-14.6
195.2
-27.0
150.7
-7.4
-32.4


1.










Table 30 Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Taylor County


1960to
I T E M 1950 1960 1970 1970


TOTAL POPULATION ..... . ..
Residence: urban. . . .
rural. . . .
total. . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . ..
total . . .
Age: under 18 years .. .. ... .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. ...... ..
total . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years . . ...
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. ..............
over 16 years. .............
total. 1/ ...............
median education . . ..
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . .. ...
$10,000 to $14,999 . . ...
$15,000 and over . . ..
total .31 . . . .
median family income (dollars) ......
per capital income (dollars).41 . .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . ..
total persons bpl. . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units.51 . . .
crowded units.61 . . .
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred ....
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. P/. ... .. ..
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed .91 ........ ..
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars) . .......
forest products (dollars). 01./ .....
livestock (dollars). ..........
Number of farms. ...... ....... .
sales under $2,500 .U /. ........
$2,500 to $19,999. .12/. . .
$20,000 and over .12/. . ..
Land in farms (acres). ..........
harvested cropland (acres) .......


---------------------Number-------------Percen
of
10,416 13,168 13,641 Total
2,797 8,030 7,701 56.5
7,619 5,138 5,940 43.5
10,416 13,168 13,641 100.0
7,235 9,931 10,560 77.4
3,180 3,234 3,067 22.5
1 3 14 0.1
10,416 13,168 13,641 100.0
3,948 5,544 5,121 37.5
5,629 6,567 7,174 52.6
839 1,057 1,346 9.9
10.416 13.168 13,641 100.0


3,930
775
475
260
5,565

840


1,985
350
40
5
2,480
1,556
859


3,761
1,130
1,150
548
6,589

720


1,265
1,250
386
213
56
3,170
3,844
1,344


3,076
1,478
1,791
356
457
7,158
10.02
950


732
1,034
544
668
455
3;433
6,814
2,334


43.0
20.6
25.0
5.0
6.4
100.0

6.9


21.3
30.1
15.8
19.5
13.3
100.0


Percent


825 24.0 ---
3,774 27.7 ---


2,964
1,371
.2,439
815
729
11.73

232
352
358
376
650
763
202
117
503
3,585


483,747
216,510
19,723
247,514
378
107
31
1
231,151
4,530


3,672
2,401
6,900
531
796
26

351
369
441
659
794
542
86
40
774
4,211


1,072,785
394,457
206,602
471,726
298
25
52
5
391,514
2,960


4,227
3,186
8,100
1,107
472
40

532
363
1,008
817
1,049
340
48
38
713
4,908


921,723
185,902
17,932
71,7,889
225
1.51
66
8
106,199
1,156


100.0
75.4

26.2
11.2


10.8
7.4
20.5
16.6
21.4
6.9
1.0
.8
14.5
100.0


100.0
20.2
1.9
77.9
100.0
67.1
29.3
3.6
100.0
1.1


15.1
32.7
17.4
108.5
-40.7
53.8

51.6
-1.6
128.6
23.9
32.1
-37.3
-44.2
-5.0
-7.9
16.6


-14.1
-52.9
-91.3
52.2
-24.5
504.0
26.9
60.0
-72.9
-60.9


Change
3.6
-4.1
15.6
3.6
6.3
-5.2
366.7
3.6
7.6
9.2
27.3
3.6

-18.2
30.8
55.7
\ 48.4
8.6

31.9


-42.1
-17.3
40.9
213.6
712.5
8.3
77.3
73.7


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Table 31 Summary of Census Soclo-Economic Data for union County


1960 to
I T E M 1950 1960 1970 1970

----------- er---------------Percent Percent
of Change
TOTAL POPULATION . . .... 8,906 6,043 8,112 Total 34.2
Residence: urban ............. 0 0 00.6 00.0
rural. ........... 8,906 6,043 8,112 100.0 34.2
total........... . 8,906 6,043 8,112 100.0 34.2
Race: White. .......... 5,675 4,426 5,765 71.1 30.3
Black ............ ..... 3,230 1,616 2,302 28.4 42.5
Other . . I I 45 .6 4400.0
total .............. 8,906 6,043 8,112 100.0 34.2
Age: under 18 years ...... .. 2,147 1,826 2,072 25.5 13.5
18 to 64 years . .... b,366 3,800 5,471 67.4 43.9
65 years and over. . .. '393 417 569 7.0 36.5
total . . . 8,906 6,043 8,112 100.0 34.2
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . .. 4,075 2,118 1,894 40.2 -10.6
9-11 years . . . ... 815 752 1,216 25.8 61.7
12 years . . . 375 512 1,161 24.7 126.8
13-16 years . . .. 2 203 282 6.0 -15.3
over 16 years . . 155 3.3
total.1/ ...... .. .... 5,560 3,585 4,708 100.0 31.3
median education ............ ---- ---- 10.13
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. ........ .215 207 298 3.7 43.9
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 ...... . 975 445 260 19.4 -41.6
$3,000 to $6,999 . . 105 453 486 36.2 7.3
$7,000 to $9,999 . . . 0 94 302 22.5 221.3
$10,000 to $14,999 . . 0 45 195 14.5 333.3
$15,000 and over . . ) 3 100 7.4 3233.3
total .3/ . . . 1,125 1,040 1,343 100.0 29.1
median family income (dollars) 1,221 3,379 6,317 86.9
per capital income (dollars).4/ . 342 833 1,516 81.9
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . .. 300 22.3
total persons bpl . . --- -- 1,241 15.3 ---
HOUSING
total occupied units . . 1,230 1,170 1,639 100.0 40.1
owner occupied units . . .. 542 624 1,031 62.9 65.2
median value (dollars) . .. 3,450 5,900 6,800 -- 15.3
substandard units.5/ . .... "56 231 350 21.4 51.5
crowded units. 343 209 156 9.5 -25.4
median contract rent (dollars) ... 13.75 25 47 88.0
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred 80 133 195 10.0 46.6
managers and administrators .. .7 117 144 7.4 23.1
sales, clerical, and kindred . 114 174 254 13.0 45.9
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred 97 157 275 14.1 75.2
operatives, inc. transport . .. 124 190 330 16.9 73.7
laborers, except farm. P/. . .. 167 191 62 3.2 -67.5
farmers and farm managers . .. 30 54 74 3.8 37.0
farm laborers and farm foremen 371 102 124 6.4 21.6
service workers, inc. private household. 122 333 492 25.2 47.7
total employed .9/ . . 1,477 1,771 1,950 100.0 10.1
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .. 880,945 1,488,617 4,079,829 100.0 174.1
crops (dollars). . . 384,976 548,843 798,861 19.6 45.6
forest products (dollars).1i. ... 154,238 147,288 127,106 3.1 -13,7
livestock (dollars) . . 341,731 792,486 3,153,862 77.3 297.9
Number of farms ............. 403 281 242 100.0 -13.9
sales under $2,500 .11/ .. ... 140 5 121 50.0 2320.0
$2,500 to $19,999. ./. . .4 81 95 39.3 17.3
$20,000 and over ? . ..4 8 25 10.3 212.5
Land in farms (acres) .......... 87,169 10,719 73,737 00.0 -47.6
harvested cropland (acres) ....... 12,609 10,282 7,269 9.9 -29.3




































PLANNING REGION 4


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Table 32 Summary of Census Socio-Econonic Data for Planning Region 4


1960 to
ITEM 1950 1960 1970 1 1970


TOTAL POPULATION . . .. .
Residence: urban . . .
rural . . .
total . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . .. .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . .... .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over . ..
total . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years . . . .
over 16 years . . .
total.1 . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 .. . ...
$15,000 and over . . .
total 3/. . . . .
median family income (dollars) ..
per capital income (dollars)./ .. ...
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl. . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units. / . . .
crowded units. / . . .
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION!/
professional, technical, and kindred.
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. /. ... .
farmers and farm managers . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed 2 . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . ..
crops (dollars) . ......
forest products (dollars).l/. .. ...
livestock (dollars) . .
Number of farms . . .
sales under $2,500 ./ . ... .
$2,500 to $19,999..1 / .. . .
$20,000 and over .1/. . .
Land in farms (acres). . . .
harvested cropland (acres) . ..


---------------------Number----------------ercen
of
389,456 566,340 662,263 Total
279,781 430,583 565,126 85.3
109,675 135,757 97,137 14.7
389,L56 566,340 662,263 100.0
281,489 431,318 513,448 77.5
107,717 134,147 145,610 21.9
250 845 3,205 .5
389,456 566,310 662,263 100.0
122,574 216,835 235,737 35.6
241,676 311,086 372,686 56.3
25,206 38,389 53,840 8.1
389.456 566.310 662.263 100.0


100,935
40,755
44,930
28,195
221,020

35,610


52,175
34,060
3,100
2,230
97,785


115,389
61,154
72,884
44,998
294,425

49,225


34,455
63,210
24,308
S11,141
4,802
137,916


93,296
77,415
108,505
33,977
29,383
342,576

65,047


21,902
43,488
35,130
39,561
25,450
165,531


27.2
22.6
31.7
9.9
8.6
100.0

9.8


13.2
26.3
21.2
23.9
15.4
100.0


24,652 14.9
116,706 17.6


108,954
60,848

16,321
17,970



10,965
15,761
31,319
21,590
21,903
14,866
1,892
4,814
22,052
146,044


18,828,749
8,290,400
1,094,559
9,443,790
3,204
544
596
236
1,013,945
40,295


160,999
106,615

11,625
21,879



17,873
20,191
47,242
26,244
26,990
13,277
1,204
3,154
27,304
196,870


31,603,410
8,141,979
4,918,136
18,543,295
1,878
98
421
321
835,094
45,103


202,295
139,297

14,670
17,411



28,959
21,966
69,875
35,014
29,888
12,725
1,076
3,180
33,887
236,570


66,064,697
20,011,667
861,416
45,191,614
1,670
795
444
429
808,744
55,823


100.0
68.9

7.3
8.6



12.2
9.3
29.5
14.8
12.6
5.4
.5
1.3
14.3
100.0


100.0
30.3
1.3
68.4
100.0
47.6
26.6
25.7
100.0
6.9


25.6
30.7

26.2
-20.4



62.0
8.8
47.9
33.4
10.7
-4.2
-10.6
.8
24.1
20.2


109.0
145.8
-82.5
143.7
-11.1
711.2
5.5
33.6
3.2
23.8


Percent
Change

31.2
-28.4
16.9
19.0
8.5
279.3
16.9
8.7
19.8
40.2
16.9

-19.1
26.6
48.9
( 40.8
16.4

32.1


-36.4
-31.2
44.5
255.1
429.9
20.0










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Table 33 Suimary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Baker County


1960 to
ITEM 1 1950 1960 1970 1970
,,, 1970.


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural . . .
total . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . .
Age: under 18 years . . .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over . . .
total . . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years . . . ..
over 16 years . . .
total.l/ . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . . .
total 3/ . . . .
median family income (dollars) . .
per capital income (dollars). . .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units. /. . . .
crowded units.6/ . ......
median contract rent (dollars) .....
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. 8. . .
farmers and farm managers . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed .9 . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars) . ......
forest products (dollars)./. .
livestock (dollars) . . .
Number of farms . . .
sales under $2,500 ./. . .
$2,500 to $19,999. /. . .
$20,000 and over ./ . .
Land in farms (acres) . . .
harvested cropland (acres) . .


---------------------Num er-------------
........ -Number----------------Percent
of
6,313 7,363 9,242 Total
0 2,671 2,733 29.6
6,313 4,692 6,509 70.4
6,313 7,363 9,242 100.0
4,767 5,763 7,380 79.9
1,541 1,597 1,850 20.0
5 3 12 .1
6,313 7,363 9,242 100.0
2,730 3,064 3,470 37.5
3,210 3,801 4,981 53.9
373 498 791 8.6
6,313 7,363 9,242 100.0

2,100 2,167 2,173 45.4
410 728 946 19.7
205 489 1,271 26.5
228 4.8
95 259 228 4.8
S173 3.6
2,840 3,643 4,791 100.0
--- -----9.71 ---

230 296 319 3.5


1,205
155
20
5
1,395
1,399


1,594
788
2,530
720
439
15.62

117
152
158
170
239
411
294
144
126
1,867


760,684
502,719
85,652
172,313
431
134
17
12
69,656
7,828


709
599
138
1 61
37
1,544
3,227
1,023


1,743
1,048
5,000
287
404
27

203
174
230
266
335
274
114
258
290
2,501


1,483,699
156,300
804,524
522,875
232
15
31
6
43,662
3,530


285
565
400
421
239
1,910
7,714
1,924


344
1,816


2,229
1,618
7,600
490
397
45


287
224
521
459
401
258
83
139
664
3,036


3,983,093
1,326,289
36,281
2,620,523
180
81
63
36
78,012
2,864


14.9
29.6
20.9
22.0
12.5
100.0


Percent
Change
25.5
2.3
38.7
25.5
28.1
15.8
300.0
25.5
13.3
31.0
58.8
25.5

.3
29.9
159.9
54.8
31.5

7.8


-59.8
-5.7
189.9
590.2
545.9
23.7
139.0
88.1


18.0 ---
19.6 ---


100.0
72.6

21.9
17.8


9.5
7.4
17.2
15.1
13.2
8.5
2.7
4.6
21.9
100.0


100.0
33.3
.9
65.8
100.0
45.0
35.0
20.0
100.0
3.7


27.9
54.4
52.0
70.7
-1.7
66.7

41.4
28.7
126.5
72.6
19.7
-5.8
-27.2
-46.1
128.9
21.4


168.5
748.6
-95.5
401.2
-22.4
440.0
103.2
500.0
78.7
-18.9


I




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Table 34. Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Clay County


ITEM 1950 1960 1970 1970

I I I -- I 1 7


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural . . ...
total. . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . .... ...
Other . . .... ...
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . .. .
18 to 64 years . .... ...
65 years and over. . .... .. .
total . . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years . . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . . .
over 16 years. . . . .
total. 1/ . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . . .
total 3/ .. .. .. .... .
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital income (dollars).4 . .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . .........
total persons bpl. . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units.5/ . . .
crowded units.6/ ...........
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm.8/ . ..
farmers and farm managers. . ..
farm laborers and farm foremen .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed ./ . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars). ...........
forest products (dollars).!/. .....
livestock (dollars). . . .
Number of farms . . . .
sales under $2,500 ./. . .
$2,500 to $19,999. ./1 . . .
$20,000 and over .. .1. . .
Land in farms (acres). ..........
harvested cropland (acres) ......


-------.----------- Number------------- Perc centPer
of Changi
14,323 19,535 32,059 Total 64.
4,793 6,857 16,093 50.2 134.7
9,530 12,678 15,966 49.8 25.9
14,323 19,535 32,059 100.0 64.1
12,218 16,837 29,042 90.6 72.3
2,094 2,652 2,907 9.1 9.6
11 46 110 .3 139.1
14,323 19,535 32,059 100.0 64.1
4,482 7,713 12,787 39.9 65.8
8,574 10,004 16,622 51.8 66.2
1,267 1,818 2,650 8.3 45.8
14,323 19,535 32,059 100.0 64.1


3,480
1,140
1,320
885
6,470

2,260


1,725
850
60
20
2,795
2,311
1,187


4,082
2,011
2,164
1,474
9,731

1,528


1,437
2,358
543
228
124
4,690
4,202
1,602


4,346
3,200
5,461
1,629
1,590
16,226
12.10
2,022


1,045
2,094
1,862
2,040
1,127
8,168
8,430
2,620


26.8
19.7
33.7
10.0 1
9.8 (
100.0

6.3


12.8
25.6
22.8
24.9
13.8
100.0


6.5
59.1
152.4
118.4
66.7

32.3


-27.3
-11.2
242.9
79.5
808.9
74.2
100.6
63.5


1,137 13.9
4,572 14.3


3,480
1,680
.3,450
601,
759'
41.36

227
331
393
473
426:
504
135
141
382
3,110


1,335,986
252,691
137,629
945,666
177
34
33
15
83,399
1,789


5,385
3,291
8,200
484
828
54

517
525
822
732
782
462
75
199
702
5,092


4,556,434
51,477
367,539
4,137,418
156
10
47
18
139,633
1,298


9,396
6,619
13,700
804
860
83

1,296
878
2,332
1,642
1,146
479
88
240
1,131
9,232


10,633,055
302,379
98,083
10,232,593
189
100
44
45
155,799
3,870


100.0
70.4

8.6
9.2


14.0
9.5
25.3
17.8
12.4
5.2
1.0
2.6
12.3
100.0


100.0
2.8
.9
96.2
100.0
52.9
23.3
23.8
100.0
2.5


74.5
101.1
67.1
66.1
3.9
53.7

150.7
67.2
183.7
124.3
46.5
3.7
17.3
20.6
61.1
81.3


133.4
487.4
-73.3
147.3
21.2
900.0
-6.4
150.0
11.6
198.2





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Table 35. Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Duval County


SE1960 to
I T E M 1950 1960 1970 1970


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural . . .
total . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . . .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over . . .
total . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years . . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years . . . .
over 16 years . . .
total . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . . .
total 3/. . .
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital income (dollars). 4/.....
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units. . . .
crowded units.61 . . .
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. . .
farmers and farm managers . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, Inc. private household.
total employed .9/ . . ..
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars) .. ........
forest products (dollars).. ...
livestock (dollars) . . ..
Number of farms . ........
sales under $2,500 .6 / .. ....
$2,500 to $19,999. ./ . .
$20,000 and over ./. . .
Land in farms (acres) . . ..
harvested cropland (acres) . .


---------------------Number-------------Percent
.-..Number..------.Percent
nf


Total
97.9
2.1
100.0
77.0
22.4
.6
100.0
35.1
57.4
7.5
100.0


304,029
247,837
56,192
304,029
222,189
81,648
192
304,029
93,151
192,944
17,934
304,029

75,815
33,550
37,920
23,270
176,055

27,860


38,910
29,430
2,690
1,945
77,905
2,827
1,344


455,441
388,017
67,424
455,441
349,033
105,655
723
455,411
173,109
254,151
28,151
455,411

89,036
49,685
60,483
37,568
236,772

41,131


24,892
51,387
21,254
9,649
4,112
111,294
5,345
2,123


18,548 14.1
87,717 16.6


85,277
47,593
S6,905
9,931
13,349
35.11


9,048
12,924
27,784
18,323
17,786
10,781
497
762
18,420
117,734


6,212,949
731,073
94,425
5,387,451
975
113
151
72
112,543
3,045


129,503
85,719
10,900
7,650
16,895
52


14,594
16,236
42,146
21,629
21,012
10,261
385
1,064
22,006
160,594


8,679,649
412,134
1,186,248
7,081,267
308
41
86
76
78,130
4,725


161,666
109,282
11,900
8,667
13,167
74


24,045
18,071
61,070
28,344
22,890
9,911
344
893
26,949
192,517


12,920,325
838,664
62,822
12,018,839-
320
167
78
75
S74,314
3,223


100.0
67.6

5.4
8.1


12.5
9.4
31.7
14.7
11.9
5.1
.2
.5
14.0
100.0


100.0
6.5
.5
93.0
100.0
52.2
24.4
23.4
100.0
4.3


24.8
27.5
9.2
13.3
-22.1
42.3

64.8
11.3
44.9
31.0
8.9
-3.4
-10.6
-16.1
22.5
19.9


48.9
103.5
-94.7
69.7
3.9
307.3
-9.3
-1.3
-4.9
-31.8


i.


528,865
517,683
11,182
528,865
407,420
118,471
2,974
528,865
185,836
303,529
39,500
528,865

69,074
62,366
87,680
28,217
24,286
271,623
12.05
55,816


16,353
33,305
28,081
32,714
21,485
131,938
8,671
2,861


Percent
Change

33.4
-83.4
16.1
16.7
12.1
311.3
16.1
7.4
19.4
40.3
16.1

-22.4
25.5
44.9
S39.8
14.7

35.7


-34.3
-35.2
32.1
239.0
422.5
18.5
62.2
34.8


25.4
23.0
32.3
10.4
8.9
100.0

10.6


12.4
25.2
21.3
24.8
16.3
100.0









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Table 36. Sjnmary of Census Scc.-Ecccnwc Data for !.. r County


ITEM


TOTAL POPULATION ..
Residence: urban. ... .
rural . . .
total. . . .
Racet White . . .
Black . .
Other . . . .
total I I. . ..
Age: under 18 years . .... ..
18 to 64 years . .
65 years and over, . ..
total . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years ... . .
9-11 years .. . . .
12 years ... .. t. ;
13-16 years .. ... ;
over 16 years. .. .. .
total. it I .. . .
median education ... .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. ..
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 .
$3,000 to !6,999 .
$7,000 to $9.999 . . .
$10,000 to $to14,199 .. .... -
$15,000 and over .
Total / . . .
wdiar fa-ily income (dollars) ..
per capit3 fincc- (dollars)./-. '
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total ar-llies bpl . .
total persons bpl. . .
HOUSING
total occupied units .. . .
owner occupied units .
median value (dollars) .
substandard units.,/ . . .
crowded units.61 .. . .
median contract rent (dollars) .-.
OCCUPATION 7/
prc'essicrn.l technical, and kindred ..
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred -.
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred., .
operatives, inc. transport ... ..
laborers, except ',,. .t.8 -, .
farmers and farm managers. .
farm laborers and farm foremen .
service workers, Inc. private household.
total e:-p10yed /. . ..
AGRICULTURAL "/
Farm Sales (dollars) ..... ....
crops (dollars). . .
forest products (dollars),' .
livestock (dollars) .
Number of farms. . .. .. ..
sales under $2,500 ./.- . .
$2.500 to $19,999. .12 .. ..
$10,000 and over .12/ .. .... ..
Land In farms (acres).. -,
harvested c.-cplan_ (acres) ..


0-
3,367
3,367
1,833-
1,531
3

1,O1
1,966
300
3,367

1,180
215
175
165 '
3 7 ,5 '

415


-645
105
10
10
880'
1,500
946.


1,020
450
- 3,788
515
233
21.38

62
145

107
184
236-
91
274
111
1,225




315,139
280.
111
as

26
170,435
5,105


4,566
0
4,566
4,566

1,733
7
4,566
1,785
2,340
441
4,566

1,243
488
519
180
2,430

420


514
429
108
1 42
1 19
1,112
3,375
1,279


1,298
796
8,800
233
256
40

98
213
142
22$.
245
185
53
192
217
1,681




243, '
494,746
109

14
40
172,620
5?,i.


4,454
0
4,454
4,454
3,068
1,365
21
4,454
1,516
2,254
684
4,454

935
501
763
1 272
1 123
2,594
11.12
396


240
475
217
153
74
1,159
5,627



263
1,270

1,488
967
11,700
264
166
52

200
162
204
172
175
126
'44
101
253
1,437


3,179,202
2,508,300
217,776
453,1-%
79
23
25
31
91,649
6,426


of ChangI
T;,t -2,5
00.0 00.0
100.0 -2.5
100.0 -2.5
68.9 8.6
30.6 -21.2
.5 200.0
100.0 -2.5
34.0 -15.1
50.6 -3.7
15.4 55.1
100.0 -2.5


36.0
19.3
29.4
1Q.5
4,7
100.0

8,9


20.7
40.9
18.7
13.2
6.4
100.0


-24. &
2.7
47.0
19.
6.7

-5.7


-53.3
10.7
100.9
264.3

4.2
66.7
68.6


22,7 -
28.5


100.0
64.9

15.7
11.2


13,9
11.3
14.2-
12.0
12.2
8.8
3:1
7.0
17.6
100.0


100.0
78.9
6.9
.14.3
100.0
29.1
31-6
39.2
100.0
7?.


14.6
21.5
32.9
13.3
-35.2
30.0

104.1
-23.9
43.7
-22.9
-28.6
-31.9
-16.9
"47.4
16.6
-14.5


44.2
71.0

-8.4
-27.5


-22.5
-46.9
24,8


__ ~I_*_~ ..~1~--1~_ 1-1111._*_ .__


.. .UYIYIY*II*.' 1Y*ill .-~-~~UIIYIIY*II~









Table 37 Saary of Census Socio-Eaoomic Data for Rass~a county


ITE? M


TOTAL PFIULATITZ . ..
Residena e urban . .. .
rural* -. *- .
total* .., t . .
Race: White* . v 4 *
Black . . . .*
fther . . .
total . ,
Ag$: Under 18 years . . .
18 to 64 years . .
65 years and over. .
total .... .
Education crpet.e, people Over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years ., . 4 *. ,
12 years . .
13-16 years . . .
over 16 ye-rs. . . ,
total' .. . *
median education . . .
TOTAL U"RELA7ED INl-.IVILUALS. . ,
FAMILIES BY r4MILY INCOME CLASS 2f
inder $3,000 . . .
$3.000 to $6,99g 4 .'
$7,000 to $3,999gg .. ., . ,
$10,000 to $14,999 4 ,,,
$15,000 and over .. .
total 32. ..4, + 4 4
median -E'aily income (dalla-s .
per capital income i(:':ars). '. .
INCCIM BELOW FP''ERTf LEVEL (bpl)
total fnilies bpl ,
total persons bpl. ... + .
HOUSING
t-'ca occupied ti-s .
owier ccccupie' units 4, ,
rnedla value (di.-t5rs) .
substandard units. 5/, .
crow fd unit's. .61. U. i .
median contract rent dollarr) .
OCCOPA'ION 7/
professiona-l tefchical, ar K!indrdr .
mangers and administrators r .
sales, clerical, and kindred .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. .
operatives, Inc. transport ,
laborers, except farm. .8R . .
faarers and fai rn.i mgers .
farm laborers and f.l, fore'Pn .
serttice workers. inc. prti'.1. househtold.
totil e-i.,v,'ed 3r .. + .
AGRICULTURE I /
SFarm Sales (i.'llars) + .
cr:'s (dOlli rs>. 4 4 4
forest products (do s).1.:' .
livestock (d[liars)... *
Rfuber Of far . ,
sales under 2:,,00 .' 4 .,
$2,500 to 19.999. ,,.," 4,
$20.0'0 ar., over .
Lan, 1' far-s (acres) . .
harvested -.lanrrd (res) .


-4--- -~


I I to
1950 1960 70 1970

----------------.--u---n e r-----------------Percent percent
of :har;e
2,. 1 17, --: 20,26 To l ).'
4,420 7,276 .6,955 33.7 -4,4
8,391 9,913 13,671 66.1 37.9
17,189 20,626 100,0 9.9
*, 12,875 ,-1' 78.7 26,1
*': 4,377 21.2 2.1
5 27 26 ,1 -3.7
12,1 17,189 20,626 100.0 19.9
5,098 7..- 8,295 40.2 11.9
6,908 8,752 1'1, '. 52.6 24,0
805 1,024 1,477 7?2 44.2
12,811 17,189 20,626 100.0 19.9

3,825 4,130 -, ,.' 39.0 -1.
S1,798 2,339 22,S 30.1
89S5 1,46 2,822 27.1 92.5
530 881 675, 6 i5 34.4
6,39 "- .: ,^. F .

585 "' 1OS 5.1 36.8


780
45
1, .5
.I


906


1,593
501S
f 292
S92
4,057
4,4*3
i,a "


674
1,311
1.315
1,250
506
5,056

2,308


13.3
25.9
26,4
24.7
10,0
100.0
2----
-----


-48.5
-29.4
162.5
328.1
450.0
24.8
47.6
47.1


2 15.7 15. --7
3,80 18.9 --.9


2, .
3,025

784
23.51



352
518
,833
821
233
128
408
3,948


118,t995
69,683


3,2"

855
865
38



7231
761
1,207

l79

5,702


; 3?~' 12

-I ,ITi


6.018
4,611
9,700

6.-


684
59$
1,141



117
254
1,18?
7,260




65,921
114290,921


100oo.o0


14.3
11.3




157.


1,6
3,5
16.





S.67
'9Y74


42,4
31.1
,7
-21.5
S36,8


9.8
58,3
57.2
33.9
-4.8
1.7
1052

27.3


7. .
-66.7
302,0
31a 7
-.-ti


S- .a -.. -*
a10 -og 46.9 930,0
S119 76 52 23.5 -33,3
a 42 61 27.6- i -
7,. 65 S7,2 ,243 O -0.2
2,20 2,458, 1, 4,8
il










Table 38. Summary of Census Socto-Economic Data for Putnam County


I TEM



TOTAL POPULATION . .
Residence: urban ..... .
rural* . .
total ........ .
Race: White .... .. .
BlaCK . . . .
Other . . .
total . .... .
Age: under 18 years .,, ,
18 to 64 years . .
65 years and over. . .
total . . . .
Educator corpieted, pL-ple over 24
under 9 years ..........,,
9-11 years . . . .
12 years .. . . ...
13-16 years. . .. ... .
over 16 years,. .. .
total. I/. . ...
median education ... : .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDtkiLU4LS. ... .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . ..
$3,000 to $5,999 . .. ,
$7.000 to $9,999 . .. .
$10,000 to $14,999 . .. .
$15,0 and over . . .
total / ... ... .
median family income (dollars) ..
per capital income (dollars), .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total familieSs bpl . .. ..
total persons bpl. . ..
HIOUSTING
total occupied units . ..
owner occupied units , .
median value (dollars) .. .
substandard unrits..' ... .. .
crowded units.61 . . .
median contract rent (dollars) .
OCCUPATIi 7,
profession. -technical, and kindre
managers and administrators. ... .
-sales. clerical, and kindred ... .
crJftsnen. foremen, and kindred. .
operatives, Inc. transport . ..
laborers, except farm..81, .
fanrers and farm managers. .
farm laborers and f#ar fcoemn .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed . .
LGFICL'.TUL'RE
Farm Sales (dollars) ; .
crops (dollars). . .
forest products (d.lars).JQ/. ..
livestock (dollars) . .
Number of farms. . .
sales under $2,500 L .
S.s500 to $19,999. ... .
$20,000 and over *- I/ . .
Land in farms (acres). .. . .
harvested cropland (acres) ..... .


23,615
9,176
14,439
23,615
15,007
8,602
6
23,615
8,026
13,359
2,230
23,615

7,395
2,100-
1,875
1,375,
13,115

1,750


3,880
1,300
135
70

1,859
845


32,212
11,028
21,184
32,212
22,180
10,010
22
32,212
12,885
1i ,2.. '

32,212

7,897
2. *
3,749
1,877

-----

2,170


3,023
3,386
907
S382
175
7,873
3,959
1,547


36,290
9,310
26,980
36,290
26,505
9,732
53

13,354
18,560
4,376
36,290

7,283
4,446
5,224
1,384
1,222
19,559
10.68
2,617


1,839
3,009
1,831
1,762
971
9,412
6,803
2,303


of Ch..ne
Total 1'-
25.7 -15.6
74.3 -27.4
100.0 12.7
73.0 19,5
26.8 -2.8
.1 140.9
100.0 12.7
36.8 3.6
51.1 14.2
12,1 42,A
100.0 12.7


37.2
22.7
26.7
7.1
6.2
100.0
-----

7.2


19.5
31.9
19,5
18.7
10.3
100.0


-7.8
37.3
39.3
38.8
16.7

20.6


-39.2
-11.1
101.9
361.3
454.9
19.5
71.8
48.9


1;963 20.9 -
9,395 25.9 ---


5 ,901
4,139
.3,176

1,314
21.94

516

1,072
865.
1X,493
1,168
378
1,165

8,575


3,07:-1 '.
1,831,598
323,800
916,721
730
129
146
34
300,817
9,511


6 ":'
7,200
1,283
1,553
32

873
1,114
1,479
1,293
2,293
959
257
678
1,518
10,851t


5,5 _.?, '
1,755,364
1,717,951
2,115,479
572
12
102
4 7
222,516
10,277


11,494
8,836
9,300
2,247
1,352
46

1,219
890
2,389
1,528-
2,733
777
200
959
1,802
S12,492


11,835,467
4,627,297
302,049
-, I

241
139'
813
277;994
14,471


1000
76,9

19.5
11.8



7.1
19.1
12.2
21.9
6.2
1.6-
7.7
14,4
100.



39.1
2.6
58.4
100.0
'52.2
30.1
17.5
100.0
5.2


22,6

29.2
75,1
-12.9
43.8

39.6
-70.1
61.5
18.2
19.2
-19.5
.22.2
41.4
18.7
15.1


111.8
163.6
-82.4
226.5
S-19.2
1908.3
36.3
72.3
24.9
40. S


-~-- -`~ -lcL -"F-- -~`--










-46-

Table 39 Sumary of Census Socio-Economtc Data for St. Johns County


ITEM



TOTAL POPULATION .. . ....


Residence: urban . .
rural. ., .
total. . .
Race: White ... ,
Black . .
Other .. . . .
total . .
Age: under 18 years . ...
18 to 64 years ... ....
65 years and over . .
total . . .
Education completed, people over 2.
under 9 years. . . .
9-11 years . ,. .
12 years .. . .
13-16 years. ..... ......
over 16 years... .. ,
total I/. . . .
median education . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
4nder $3,000 . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . .
$15,000 and over. .
total /. .........
median family income (dollars) .
per capital income (dollars). A/,


* 1,


INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl ....... ..
total persons bpl. . .
HOUSING
total occupied units .. .....
owner occupied units ... ...
median value (dollars) .. .. ;
substandard units.5 ... ..
crowded units. /. .. . ..
median contract rent (dollars) *. ...
OCCUPATION I/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. .. .'
sales, clerical, and kindred .. .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .
operatives, Inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm . .. .
farmers and farm managers . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed / .. .......
AGRICULTURE ,/
Farm Sales (dollars) ... .
crops (dollars), ... . ...
forest products (dollars).IQ .. .
livestock (dollars) . ..
Number of farms . .
sales under $2,500 .11 ....
$2,500 to $19,999. 2/ .. .
$20,000 and over .. .. ....
Land in farms (acres)........ .
harvested cropland (acres) ....


"~"""'


24,998
13,550
11,448
24,998
16,671
8,299
28
24,998
7,986
14,715
2,297
24,998

7,140
2,315
2,540
1,875
14,355,

2,510


3,925
1,440
140
165
6,225
2,030
1,057


*----nur

30,034
14,734
15,300
30,034
21,804
8,213
17
30,034
10,866
15,784
3,384
30,034

6,834
3,207
4,014
2,759
16,814

2,909


2,571
3,193
857
487
S243
7,351
4,149
1,315


1,605 20.3
:' *- 26.2


7,384
4,115
.4,441
1,346
1,090
31.21

743
1,058
1,497
1,134
945
945
264
2,200
1,579
9,585


4,208,523
3,659,802

480,490
363
46
106
59
197,216
3 ,10 !?


9,097
6,115
10,000
833
1,078
45

1,143
1,387
1,702
1,340
1,116
557
211
638
1,646
10,449


6,029,334
4,246,155
400,574
1,382,605
236
10
63
92
91,308
17,984


10,004
7,364
11,800
1,337
790
59

1,308
1,146
2,218
1,673
928
628
200
594
1,901
1,-,516


11,957,192
10,209,223
78,47*8
1,669,491
219
75
43
100
65,728
.22,511


100.0
73.6

13.4
7.9


12.3
10.8
20,9
15.8
8.8
5.9
1.9
5.6
17.9
100.0


100.0
85.4
.7
14.0
100.0
34.2
19.6
45.7
100.0
34.2


Change
2.3
-16.2
20.1
2.3
9.2
-15.9
-47.1
2.3
-3.6
.6
28.9
2.3

-20.7
12.8
31.6
10.6
3.3

-2.9


-42.9
-13.6
66.2
150.7
331.3
7.3
57,8
102.1


9.9
20.4
18.0
60.5
-26.7
31.1

14.4
-17.4
30.3
24.9
-16.8
12.7
-5.2
-6.9
15.5
1.4


98.3
140.4
-80.4
20.7
-7.2
650.0
-31.7
8.7
-28.0
25.2


-"*~~ "~ "~~"~" ""~~I` '~""" *'~Y


. .. ..... .. ..... .. .. .. ...... .. .. .. .. h l l ...... .


30,727
12,352
18,375
30,727
23,810
6,908
9
10.727
10,479
15,886
4,362
30,727

5,422
3,617
5,284
1,572
1,480
17,375
11.71
2,822


1,466
2,729
1,424
1,221
1,048
7,888
6,548
2,657


of
Total
40.2
59.8
100.0
77.5
22.5
0.0
100.0
34.1
51.7
14.2
100.0

31.2
20.8
30.4
9.0
8.5
100.0

9.2


18.6
34.6
18.1
15.5
13.3
100.0





































PLANNING REGION 5


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Table 40. Summary of Census Soclo-Economic Data for Planning Region 5


I TE 1960 to
ITE M 1950 1960 1970 1970


----------- ----Number--- ---------PercentPercent
of Change
72,958 94,322 132,825 Total 40.8
11,741 20,023 31,932 24.0 59.5
61,277 74,299 100,893 75.9 35.8
72,958 94,322 132,825 100.0 40.8
48,615 66,090 103,665 78.0 56.9
24,331 28,185 28,892 21.8 2.5
12 47 268 .2 470.2
72,958 94,322 132,825 100.0 40.8
25,411 35,013 42,868 32.3 22.4
40,888 48,061 68,868 51.8 43.3
6,659 11,248 21,089 15.9 87.5
72,958 94,322 132,825 100.0 40.8

23,120, 27,657 27,586 35.2 .3
6,650 10,242 16,981 21.6 65.8
5,860 10,101 21,910 27.9 116.9
3,555 6,168 6,922 8.8 i 94.6
5,080 6.5
40,440 52,168 78,479 100.0 50.4

4,650 6,564 10,794 8.1 64.4
4,650 6,564 10,794 8.1 64.4


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural . . .
total . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . .. .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over . . .
total . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years . . ...
over 16 years . . .
total.1/ . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . . .
total .3/ . . . .
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital income (dollars). 4/ .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units. 5/ . . .
crowded units. 6/ . ...
median contract rent (dollars) ..
OCCUPATION/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm.81 . .
farmers and farm managers . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed 9/ . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . .. .
crops (dollars) . ......
forest products (dollars).1/ .. ....
livestock (dollars) . . .
Number of farms . . .
sales under $2,500 ./. . .
$2,500 to $19,999. .12. . .
$20,000 and over ./ .. ....
Land in farms (acres) . ......
harvested cropland (acres) .. .....


13,030
3,575
225
230
18,240


10,694
9,633
2,115
S859
S520
23,821


7,490
13,215
6,458
5,742
3,183
36,088


20.8
36.6
17.9
15.9
8.8
100.0


-29.9
37.2
205.3
568.5
512.1
51.5


7,441 20.6
33,435 25.2


21,274
13,375
?----
5,383
4,064


1,614
2,480
2,905
2,639
3,650
3,501
2,960
3,591
2,503
25,952


13,553,912
7,548,355
405,681
5,599,876
4,134
1,079
948
85
1,287,118
125,328


28,954
20,254

3,512
4,336


2,524
3,734
4,737
3,763
4,528
2,173
1,592
2,438
4,926
31,881


25,352,466
10,728,928
885,434
13,738,104
3,043
243
1,060
246
1,268,875
132,768


44,561
34,749

6,574
4,148


4,465
4,057
8,931
6,555
6,062
2,943
1,246
2,550
7,268
44,077


50,446,954
13,991,339
581,769
35,873',846
3,047
1,535
1,137
373
1,182,611
97,344


100.0
77.9

14.8
9.3


10.1
9.2
20.3
14.9
13.8
6.7
2.8
5.8
2.9
100.0


100.0
27.7
1.2
71.1
100.0
50.4
37.3
12.2
100.0
73.3


53.9
71.6

87.2
-4.3


76.9
8.7
88.5.
74.2
33.9
35.4
-21.7
4.6
47.5
38.3


99.0
30.4
-34.3
161.1
.1
531.7
7.3
51.6
-6.8
-26.7


_r







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Table 41 Sumnary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Citrus County


ITEM



TOTAL POPULATION ............
Residence: urban. . . .
rural. . . .
total. . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . .. . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years .............
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years. . . ..
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . . .
over 16 years . ...... ..
total.1/ . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 ............ .
$3,000 to $6,999 ............
$7,000 to $9,999 . . ....
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over ...........
total/. ..............
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital income (dollars). . .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . ....
total persons bpl. . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units. 5/ . . .
crowded units. .6/ . ..
median contract rent (dollars) .....
OCCUPATION 17
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred ....
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. . .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed .9/ . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars). . . .
forest products (dollars).;/. . .
livestock (dollars). . . .
Number of farms .............
sales under $2,500 .i/. ........
$2,500 to $19,999. .1/. . .
$20,000 and over .2/ . ...
Land in farms (acres) . .
harvested cropland (acres) ......


6,111
0
6,111
6,111
4,556
1,554
1
6,111
2,031
3,378
702
6,111

1,970
640
545
310
3,585

420


1,155
245
25
30
1,555
1,644
759


1,863
1,251
3,119
514
379
17.91


120
281
156
215
220
299
150
123
322
1,941


613,757
307,370
23,984
282,403
223
51
55
2
195,108
4,728


9,268
0
9,268
9,268
7,614
1,647
7
9,268
3,006
4,690
1,572
9,268

2,726
1,109
1,108
714
5,657

696


1,157
1,052
214
{ 51
55
2,529
3,217
1,251






3,130
2,380
7,000
496
438
33


290
481
393
329
396
252
86
85
681
3,095


1,521,619
977,551
26,377
517,691
266
6
84
16
118,249
4,920


19,196
0
19,196
19,196
17,339
1,832
25
19,196
4,751
9,453
4,992
19,196

4,778
2,868
3,606
1,237
800
13,289
10.95
1,697


1,349
2,410
962
766
467
5,954
5,563
2,392


1,137
4,572


7,358
6,306
12,000
498
539
66


505
543
1,031
1,019
494
433
54
68
969
5,116


1,844,130
910,563
79,130
854,437
225
124
84
17
109,144
.9,481


of Change
Total 107.1
00.0 00.0
100.0 107.1
100.0 107.1
90.3 127.7
9.5 11..
0.0 257.1
100.0 107.1
24.7 58.1
49.2 101.6
26.0 217.6
100.0 107.1


36.0
21.6
27.1
9.3
6.0
100.0

8.8


22.7
40.5
16.2
12.9
7.8
100.0


75.3
158.6
225.5
S185.3
134.9
-r---
143.8


16.6
129.1
349.5
1402.0
749.1
135.4
72.9
91.2


19.1 ---
23.8 ---


100.0
85.7

6.8
7.3



9.9
10.6
18.2
19.9
8.4
8.5
1.1
1.3
18.9
100.0


100.0
49.4
4.3
46.3
100.0
55.1
37.3
7.6
100.0
8.7


135.1
165.0
71.4
.4
23.1
100.0


74.1
12.9
162.3
209.7
24.7
71.8
-37.2
-20.0
42.3
65.3


21.2
-6.7
200.0
65.0
-15.4
1966.7
00.0
6.3
-7.7
92.7


I








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Table 42 Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Hernando County


1960 to
ITEM 1950 1960 1970 1970
---------- Number-----------------Percent Percent
of Change
TOTAL POPULATION . . .. 6,693 11,205 17,004 Total 51.8
Residence: urban. . . .... 0 3,301 4,060 23.9 23.0
rural. ............ .... 6,693 7,904 12,944 76.1 63.8
total ...... ..... 6,693 11,205 17,004 100.0 51.8
Race: White .............. 5,154 8,850 14,559 85.8 64.5
Black ............... .1,536 2,352 2,401 14.1 2.1
Other ................ 3 3 44 .1 1366.7
total ............. 6,693 11,205 17,004 100.0 51.8
Age: under 18 years . .. . 2,275 4,016 5,057 29.7 25.9
18 to 64 years . . .. 3,784 5,613 8,490 49.9 51.3
65 years and over. . .. 634 1,576 3,457 20.3 119.4
total . . . 6,693 11,205 17,004 100.0 51.8
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years . . .. 2,010 3,307 3,953 37.3 19.5
9-11 years . . ... .. 695 1,158 2,321 21.9 100.4
12 years . . . .. 600 1,185 2,817 26.6 137.7
13-16 years. ............. 300 699 873 8.2 116.7
over 16 years ......... .642
total. 1/. .. ............... 3,675 6,349 10,606 100.0 67.0
median education . .. '. . ----- ..10.74 ---
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . ... 495 766 1,352 7.9 76.5
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .. 1,095 1,349 1,024 20.6 -24.1
$3,000 to $6,999 . ....... 370 1,217 1,951 39.3 60.3
$7,000 to $9,999 . . . 15 225 889 17.9 295.1
$10,000 to $14,999 . . 20 102 766 15.4 651.0
$15,000 and over 86 339 6.8 294.2
total .31 .............. 1,595 2,979 4,969 100.0 66.8
median family income (dollars) 1,856 3,338 5,863 75.6
per capital income (dollars). 4/ .. 992 1,289 2,279 76.8
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .-- --1,023 20.6
total persons bpl . . .252 25
HOUSING
total occupied units . . 2,040 3,539 6,084 100.0 71.9
owner occupied units . . 1,268 2,524 4,875 80.1 92.0
median value (dollars) . . 3,521 7,300 10,800 47.9
substandard units.5/ . . .. 454 387 878 14.4 126.9
crowded units. 6/. . 410 566 491 8.1 -13.3
median contract rent (dollars) ... 20.46 35 59 68.6
OCCUPATION 7/.8 1.
professional, technical, and kindred 157 256 576 10.8 125.0
managers and administrators. . ... 242 296 449 8.4 51.7
sales, clerical, and kindred . 265 504 1,085 20.4 115.3
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .. 318 566 848 15.9 49.8
operatives, inc. transport . .. 462 561 798 15.0 42.2
laborers, except farm. V/ . .. 260 152 346 6.5 127.6
farmers and farm managers . .. 188 135 176 3.3 30.4
farm laborers and farm foremen 283 362 286 12.0 21.0
service workers, inc. private household. 287 384 752 14.1 95.8
total employed 9/ . . .. 2,508 3,451 5,316 100.0 54.0
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . 1,438,232 3,637,393 12,442,077 100.0 242.1
crops (dollars) ............ 656,067 1,637,656 2,063,394 16.6 26.0
forest products (dollars)./ ...... 87,742 76,858 36,792 .3 -52.1
livestock (dollars). .... 694,423 1,922,879 10,34,891 83.1 437.8
Number of farms . . .. 422 314 404 100.0 28.7
sales under $2,500 / .........83 10 201 49.8 1910.0
$2,500 to $19,999. .1_/. . ... 105 107 133 32.9 24.3
$20,000 and over ......... 4 37 69 17.1 86.5
Land in farms (acres) ...........113,080 106,490 84,269 100.0 -20.9
harvested cropland (acres) . 5,865 8,967 14,256 16.9 59.0
harvste crolan (aces). .










Table 43 Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Levy County


1960 to
I TEM 1950 1960 1970 1970

--------- -Number-----------------Percent Percent


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural . . .
total . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . .
Age: under 18 years . . .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over . . .
total . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years . . ...
over 16 years . . .
total. . . . ..
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . . .
total 3/. ... .
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital income (dollars). / .. .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units. 5 . . .
crowded units.6/ . . .
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. / . .
farmers and farm managers . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed .9/ . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars) . . .
forest products (dollars).P/. . .
livestock (dollars) . . .
Number of farms . . . .
sales under $2,500 . .
$2,500 to $19,999. .12/. . .
$20,000 and over / . .
Land in farms (acres).. . ...
harvested cropland (acres) ..


10,637
0
10,637
10,637
7,034
3,602
1
10,637
3,903
5,730
1,004
10,637

3,850
725
475
315
5,625

690


2,120
275
20
25
2,585
1,401
758


12,75

12,75
12,75
9,54
3,20
1
12,75
4,52
6,55
1,67
12,75

3,12
1,56
1,69
{ 39
36
7,14
9.8
1,05


10,364
0
10,364
10,364
7,231
3,132
1
10,364
3,970
5,124
1,270
10,364

3,280
1,027
900
471
5,678

645


1,373
991
158
) 78
S 31
2,631
2,886
1,260


727
1,247
667
439
216
3,296
5,821
1,988


of Change
6 Total 23.
0 00.0 00.0
6 100.0 23.1
6 100.0 23.1
0 74.9 31.9
5 25.1 2.3
1 00.0 1000.0
6 100.0 23.1
1 35.4 13.9
6 51.4 27.9
9 13.2 32.2
6 100.0 23.1

7 43.7 4.7
0 21.8 51.9
7 23.7 88.6
7 5.6 6
7 5.1 62.2
8 100.0 25.9
6
9 8.3 64.2


22.1
37.8
20.2
13.3
6.6
100.0


-47.1
25.8
322.2
462.8
596.8
25.3
101.7
57.8


742 22.5 ---
3,495 27.4 ---


3,109
1,694
.2,393
1,684
638
12.62


185
280
239
253
485
710
489
441
272
3,395


1,637,752
643,649
84,328
909,775
584
176
175
10
353,904
43,795


3,135
2,073
5,200
648
441
21


291
368
452
318
486
394
258
339
586
3,642


2,459,388
637,021
43,402
1,778,965
485
51
209
13
307,766
34,930


4,175
3,079
8,100
985
468
40


382
360
588
727
640
422
192
281
847
4,439


5,512,014
1,236,534
199,22-1
4,076,259
490
250
194
46
310,065
16,309


100.0
73.7

23.6
11.2



8.6
8.1
13.2
16.4
14.4
9.5
4.3
6.3
18.9
100.0


100.0
22.4
3.6
74.0
100.0
51.0
39.6
9.4
100.0
5.3


33.2
48.5
55.8
52.0
6.1
90.5


31.3
-2.2
30.1
13.1
31.7
7.1
-25.6
-17.1
44.5
21.9


124.1
94.1
359.0
129.1
1.0
390.2
-7.2
253.8
.7
-53.3


L











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Table 44 Swuary of Census Socio-Econonic Data for Marion County


E 1 950 1960 9 1970
I TE M 1950 1960 1970 1960 to


TOTAL POPULATION .... ....
Residence: urban.. . .. .
rural. . .
total. . .
Race: White . . .
Black . . .
Other ........ . .. .
total ., .. .
Age: under 18 years . ..
18 to 64 years . ...
65 years and over. ..-
total . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . ... ...
9-11 years .. ....... .
12 years . ......
13-16 years'... ...... .
over 16 years... . .
total. 11. .... .......
median education. ... .. .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS, .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . ...
$3,000 to $6,999 .. . ...
$7,000 to $9,999 ... .. .
$10,000 to $1499 . .
$15,000 and over . ..
total 3/. . ... .
median family income (dollars) .
per capital income (dollars). .41


* ,


INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . .,
total persons bpl. ..... ....
HOUSING
total occupied units ... .
owner occupied units ..... .
median value (dollars) ... .. .. ..
substandard units, 5/. ... .. .
crowded units. / . . ..
median contract rent (dollars) ..
OCCUPATION I/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. . .
sales, clerical, and kindred.. .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. .. .
cperatiies, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. j ..... .
farmers and farm managers, .. .
farm laborers and farm foremen ..,. .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) .. .
crops (dollars) . . .
forest products (dollars). L/. .. .
livestock (dollars). . .. ..
Number of farms. . ... .'
sales under $2,500 .11/. ... .
$2,500 to $19,999. .12/. .. .
$20,000 and over .1~2/. ...
Land in farms (acres) .. .. .
harvested cropland (acres) ... ... .


------------------Number---------------ercent Percent
of Change
38,187 51,616 69,030 Total 33.7
11,741 16,722 27,872 40.4 66.7
26,446 34,894 41,158 59.6 18.0
38,187 51,616 '.,n30 100.0 33.7
23,593 33,586 50,869 73.8 51.5
14,589 18,001 18,055 26.2 .3
5 29 106 .1 265.5
35,5- .51,616 69,030 100.0 33.7
13,079 19,515 23,664 34.3 2.1
21,701 26,637 36,353 52.7 36.5
3,407 5,464 9,013 13.1 65.0
38,187 51,616 69,030 100.0 33.7

11,605 15,085 12,495 32.0 -17.2
3,445 5,528 8,146 20.8 47.4
3,470 5,671 11,534 29.5 103.4
2,300 3,754 4,043 10.3 84.4
2,881 7.4
21,390 ?.C' 39,099 100.0 39,5
.. .......- 311.60 -. .
2,510 3,760 5,617 8.1 49.4


5,330
5,242
1,281
J 540
S300
12,693
3,572
1,322


3,373
6,231
3,349
3,192
1,909
18,054
6,595
2,363


18.7
34.5
18.5
17.7
10.6
100.0


-36.7
18.9
161.4
491.1
536.3
42.2
84.6
78.7


6,625
2,125
125
135
9,620
1,738
952


3,552- 19.7 -
16,734 24.2 -


ii* ,.'

,3,857
2,089
1,974
25.59


941
1,387
1,940
1,446
1,873.
1,906-
1,280
1,906&
1,239
13,791



4,256,057
168,834
2,527,469
1,906
456
357
61
:3, 134
57,207


TS.?^?

7,900
1,405
2,348
39


1,437
2,214
2,947
2,073
2,560
1,159
709
1,243
2,848
18,073


14,963,915
6,298,098
700,328
7,965,489
1,742
96
478
156

69,087


22,317
16,870
11,100
3,477
2,169
62


2,634

5,465
3,251
3,295
1,445
587
1,466
: 2.:1.
24,428


23,947,399
7,410,242
205,838
16,331,319
1,328
664
491
172
480,209
44,445


100.0
75.6'

15.6
9.7


10.8
9.5
22.4
13.3
13.5
5.9
2.4
6.0
16.2
100.0


100.0
30.9
.9
68.2
100.0
50.0
37.0
13.0
100.0
9.3


45.:
57.7
40.5
147.5
-7.6
59.0


83.3
5.0
85.4
56.8
28.7
24.7
-17.2
17.9
39.1
35.2


60.0
17.7.
-70.6
105.0 .
-24.0
591.7
2.7
10.3
-10.9
-35.7'


t----------










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Table 45. Summary of Census Socto-Economic Data for Sumter County


S 5 1960 to
ITE 1 M1950 1960 1970 1970


TOTAL POPULATION ... . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural. . .
total. . .
Race: White .. . .
Black . .........
Other . . . ...
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . . .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over.. .......
total . . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . .. ...
9-11 years .. . . ..
12 years . . . ..
13-16 years ......... ..
over 16 years .. ......... .
total. / . . . .
median education. . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 21-
under $3,000 . . . ...
$3,000 to $6,999 . . ..
$7,000 to $9,999 . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . .
$15,000 and over ... ... .
total .31 . . .
median family income (dollars) ..
per capital income (dollars).4 .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . ..
total persons bpl . ,.. ..
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units ..........
median value (dollars) .. .. .
substandard units.51 .. . .
crowded units.61 . . .
median contract rent (dollars) .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, fore-er, and kindred. .
operatives, inc. transport .......
laborers, except farm, k/. . ..
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen ; .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed ../ ..........
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) ...... ..... -.
crops (dollars) . .. .
forest products (dollars).1IJ/ .....
livestock (dollars). .. .. ...
Number of farms .. ..... ..
sales under $2,500 J ... .. .
$2,500 to $19,999. 2/ ........ .
$20,000 and over
Land in farms (acres). .... .. '. .
harvested cropland (acres) . .


------------------Numer-------------Percent Percent
of Ch3nqe
11,330 11,869 14,839 Total 2':.0
0 0 0 00.0 00.0
11,330 1,869 14,839 100.0 25.0
11,330 11,869 14,839 100.0 25.0
8,278 8,809 11,358 76.5 28.9
3,050 3,053 3,399 22.9 11.3
21 7 82 0.0 1071.4
11,330. 11,869, 14,839 100.0 25.0
4,123 4,506 4,875 32.9 8.2
6,295 5,997 8,016 54.0 33.7
912 1,366 1,948 13.1 42.6
11,330 11,869 14,839 100.0 25.0

3,685 3,259 3,233 38.8 .8
1,145 1,420 2,086 25.0 46.9
770 1,237 2,256 27,1 82.4
330 530 390 45 43.8
6,165 6,446 8,337 100.0 29.3
.----- '---, 10.34 ---- -.
535 697 1,069 7.2 53.4


2,035
560
S40
20
2,885
1,695
926


1,485
1,131
237
{ 88
48
2,989
3,023
952


1,017
1,376
591
579
252
3,815
5,657
1,888


26.7
36.1

15.2
6.6
100.0


-31.5
21.7
149.4
558.0
425.0
27.6
87.1
98.3


987 25.9
4,382 29.5


3,171
2,042
.2,720
642
663
18.89

211
290
305
407
610
326
853
838
383
4,317



1,685,212
40,793

999
313
256,
'1 3 8
283,892.
13,733


3,485
2,581
6,100
576
543
27

250
375
441
477
525
216
404
409
427
3,620


2,770,151
1,178,602
38,469
1,553'9; ;1
564
80
182
24
197,513
14,864


4,627
3,619
8,300
736
481
48

368
381
762
710
835
297
237
449
739
4,778


6,701,334
2,370,606
60,788
4,269,940
600
296
2.35
69
198,924
12,853


100.0
78.2

15.9
10.4


7.7
7.9
15.9
14.9
17.5
6.2
4.9





100.0




49.3
39.2
11.5
100.0
6,.5


32.8
40,2
36.1
27.8
-11,4
77.8

47.2
1.6
72.8
48.8
59,0
37.5
-41.3
9.8
73.1
32.0


14i.9
101.1
58.0
174.9
6.4
270.0
29.1
187.5
.7
-13.5


.. ~L --







































PLANNING REGION 6


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Table 46 Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Planning Region 6


1960 to
I TE M 1950 1960 1970 1970

S--. .-------- Number-----------------.Percent Percent


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural . . .
total . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . .. . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . . .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over . . .
total . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years . . . .
over 16 years.... . ...
total. / . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . ......
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .. .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . ..
$15,000 and over . . .
total .3/ . . . .
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital income (dollars).4 . .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units.5 . . ..
crowded units. / . .....
median contract rent (dollars) .. ...
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. ./ . ..
farmers and farm managers . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars) . . .
forest products (dollars).i/. .. .
livestock (dollars) . . .
Number of farms . . .
sales under $2,500 .U1/. . ...
$2,500 to $19,999. ./. . .
$20,000 and over ./. . .
Land in farms (acres). ......
harvested cropland (acres) . .


299,333
177,482
121,851
299,333
229,245
69,979
109
299,333
86,403
179,300
33,630
299,333

78,340
31,375
37,835
32,495
183,790

28,270


50,745
20,675
2,015
1,805
81,895


656,960
419,884
237,076
656,960
551,714
104,449
799
656,962
227,351
352,157
77,454
656,962

123,115
74,456
101,374
75,216
374,161

55,026


47,809
77,503
27,756
14,766
6,708
174,542


of Chanae
958,060 Total 5.8
720,684 75.2 71.6
237,376 24.8 .1
958,060 100.0 45.8
827,072 86.3 49.9
127,863 13.3 22.4
3,125 .3 291.1
958,060 100.0 45.8
325,284 33.9 43.1
514,406 53.7 46.1
118,370 12.4 52.8
958,060 100.0 45.8


122,379
101,051
179,476
S71,942
62,574
537,422

87,699


30,348
67,634
48,332
59,882
45 701
251,897


22.8
18.8
33.3
13.4
11.6
100.0

9.2


12.0
26.9
19.2
23.8
18.1
100.0


- .6
35.7
77.0
78.8
43.6

59.4


-36.5
-12.7
74.1
30.6
581.3
44.3


29,792 11.8
140,708 14.7


94,701
58,370

11,718
17,712



8,849
13,698
18,545
13.258
14,330
7,809
3,845
12,081
27,961
1i0,362


71,900,465
63,240,010
102,042
8,558,413
6,648
1,401
2,272
528
2,159,518
197 242


206,862
149,427

8,960
24,390



27,275
27,339
45,523
32.508
25.205
12, 41
2,388
1 ,091
26,876
225,573


217,254,673
169,232,770
18,241,094
29,780,909
9,211
381
3,002
1,372
2,42 ,165
233 247


422,587
223,385

12,159
21,124



58,222
32,853
87,523
48.266
36.302
15,829
2,205
10,683
47,724
339,607


209,453,619
164,028,197
218,714
45,206;708
5,577
2,124
2,272
1,173
2,177,305
382,299


100.0
52.9

2.9
4.9



17.1
9.7
25.8
14.2
10.7
46
.6
3.1
14.1
100.1


100.0
78.3
.1
21.6
100.0
38.1
40.7
21.0
100.0
17.6


104.3
49.5

35.7
-13.4



113.5
20.2
92.3
48.5
44.0
24.2
-7.7
-3.7
77.6
50 6


-3.6
-3.1
-98.8
51.8
-39.5
457.5
-24.3
-14.5
-10.4
63.9


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TabWQ 47. Suaary of Census Soclo-Economic Data for Brevard County


Residence: urban . . .
rural. . . .
total. . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . ... .
Age: under 18 years . .. .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years... . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .. .
13-16 years. . ... .. .
over 16 years. ............
total.l/ ....... ... ......
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 ......... ..
$15,000 and over ...........
total .3/ . . . .
median family income (dollars) .
per capital income (dollars). /. .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . ....
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units. .5/ . . .
crowded units. 6/. . . .
median contract rent (dollars) ....
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred ....
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm.8/ . .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed . ..
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars). . . .
forest products (dollars). . .
livestock (dollars). ..........
Number c* farms. . . . .
sales under $2,500 ./. . .
$2,500 to $19,999. ./ . ..
$20,000 and over .12/. .........
Land in farms (acres) . ...
harvested cropland (acres) ......


11,072
12,581
23,653
17,652
5,984
17
23,653
6,839
14,148
2,666
23,653

6,295
2,545
3,060
2,115
14,835

2,340


3,895
1,550
115
65
6,400
2,079
1,390


60,279
51,156
111,435
98,909
12,334
192
111,435
42,971
62,108
6,356
111,435

15,388
11,292
18,051
13,627
58,358

7,394


5,071
12,109
6,305
4,139
1,245
28,869
6,123
2,153


195,684
34,322
230,006
208,369
20,689
948
230,006
89,062
128,148
12,796
230,006

16,646
18,199
45,838
S20,287
17,977
118,947
12.54
'16,056


4,553
10,184
9,881
18,160
15,719
58,497
11,145
3,301


4,789
22,285


7,553
4,595
.5,683
1,520
1,076
36.68

535
1,175
1,170
999
933
821
383
858
1,270
8,270


4,464,184
3,818,351
11,080
634,753
705
141
205
39
277,842
14,549


32,655
22,576
13,300
895
4,700
78


7,573
4,750
7,738
6,765
3,450
1,845
171
489
1,587
39,822


8,037,155
6,826,682
167,569
1,042,904
758
10
234
99
264,457
15,562


68,500
48,688
16,700
1,016
4,609
107

22,143
7,693
20,436
12,101
6,635
2,947
169
595
10,332
83,051


7,691,907
5,253,411
90
2,438,406
473
227
184
62
228,498
20,578


85.1
14.9
100.0
90.6
9.0
.4
100.0
38.7
55.7
5.6
100.0


224.6
-32.9
106.4
110.7
67.7
393.8
106.4
107.3
106.3
101.3
106.4


14.0 8.2
15.3 61.2
38.5 153.9
17.1 183.4
15.1 i
100.0 103.8
----- -----
6.9 117.1


7.8 -10.2
17.4 -15.9
17.2 56.7
31.0 338.8
26.9 1162.6
100.0 102.6
8.2
--- 53.3


8.2 ---
9.7


100.0
71.1

1.5
6.7


26.7
9.3
24.6
14.6
7.9
3.5
.2
.7
12.4
100.0


100.0
68.3
0.0
31.7
100.0
48.0
38.9
13.1
100.0
9.0


109.8
115.7
25.6
13.5
-1.9
37.2

192.4
62.0
164.1
78.9
92.3
59.7
-1.2
21.7
551.0
108.6


-4.3
-23.0
-99.9
133.8
-37.6
2170.0
-21.4
-37.4
-13.6
32.2


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Table 48 Summary of Census Soclo-Econonic Data for Indian River County


I T E M 1950 i 1960 1970 1970
____ ___ ____ ___ ____ _19796 1970


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural . . .
total . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . . .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over . . .
total . . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years . . . .
over 16 years . . .
total.1/ . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 .........
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . ....
$15,000 and over . . .
total .31 . . .
median family income (dollars) ...
per capital income (dollars). /. .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units. 5/ . . .
crowded units. 6.. . . .
median contract rent (dollars) .....
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. /. . .
farmers and farm managers . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed 9/ . . ..
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars) . . .
forest products (dollars). . .
livestock (dollars) . . .
Number of farms . . .
sales under $2,500 ./ . .
$2,500 to $19,999. .1/. . .
$20,000 and over .12 . ..
Land in farms (acres) . ......
harvested cropland (acres) .. .....


.1


---------------- Number-----------------Percent
of
11,872 25,309 35,992 Total
4,746 12,358 25,060 69.6
7,126 12,951 10,932 30.4
11,872 25,309 35,992 100.0
8,910 19,920 29,409 81.7
2,959 5,380 6,514 18.1
3 9 69 .2
11,872 25,309 35,992 100.0
3,884 8,772 11,812 32.8
6,942 13,008 17,929 49.8
1,046 3,529 6,251 17.4
11,872 25,309 35,992 100.0

3,495 5,586 5,672 26.4
950 2,874 4,322 20.1
1,070 3,334 6,870 32.0
1,015 3,036 2,320 10.8
2,294 10.7
6,710 14,830 21,478 100.0
---- --- 12.11 ---
955 1,605 2,928 8.1


1,850
610
45
105
2,920
2,069
1,173


2,263
3,121
882
367
323
6,956
4,218
1,751


1,597
3,213
1,857
2,030
1,227
9,924
7,219
2,707


16.1
32.4
18.7
20.5
12.4
100.0


Percent
Change
42.2
102.8
-15.6
42.2
47.6
21.1
666.7
42.2
34.7
37.8
77.1
42.2

1.5
50.4
106.1
52.0
44.8

82.4


-29.4
2.9
110.5
453.1
279.9
42.7
71.1
54.6


1,513 15.2
6,840 19.0


3,653
2,075
.5,634
446
691
29.85

296
553
567
514
585
99
282
965
587
4,801


5,038,212
4,551,139
1,893
485,180
446
55
181
44
144,354
21,725


8,247
5,890
11,600
235
1,150
51

731
1,165
1,295
405
1,182
639
181
708
1,372
8,594


10,534,802
8,772,013
345,795
1,416,994
481
35
157
119
197,751
27,508


12,325
9,031
13,800
740
1,026
78


1,568
1,014
2,587
2,173
1,455
699
199
792
1,979
12,466


13,701,385
10,664,836
10,088
3,026,'461
425
88
.241
96
189,476
47,374


100.0
73.3

6.0
8.3


12.6
8.1
20.8
22.2
11.7
5.6
1.6
6.4
15.9
100.0


100.0
77.8
.1
22.1
100.0
20.7
56.7
22.6
100.0
25.0


49.4
53.3
19.0
214.9
-10.8
52.9

114.5
-13.0
99.8
436.5
23.1
9.4
9.9
11.9
44.2
45.1


30.1
21.6
-97.1
113.6
-11.6
151.4
53.5
-19.3
-4.2
72.2








Table 49 Summary of Census Soclo-Econonic Data for Lake County


ITE M



TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban. . . .
rural. . . .
total. . . .
Race: White . . .. .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . .
Age: under 18 years ........ .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total . . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . . .
over 16 years. . . . .
total. 1/. . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . . ..
total .3 . . . .
median family income (dollars) . .
per capital income (dollars).L . .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . ..
total persons bpl. . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . .. ..
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units. 5/. . . .
crowded units. 6/. ...........
median contract rent (dollars) ....
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred ....
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. /. . .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed .91 . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars). . . .
forest products (dollars).l/. . .
livestock (dollars). . . .
Number of farms. . . .
sales under $2,500 ./. . .
$2,500 to $19,999. /. . .
$20,000 and over .11/. . .
Land in farms (acres). ... . .
harvested cropland (acres) . .


I __________


1950


1960


11960 to
1970


---------------------Number--------------- Percent Percent
of Change
36,340 57,383 69,305 Total 20.8
14,428 27,154 30.104 43.4 10.9
21,912 30,229 39,201 56.6 29.7
36,340 57,383 69,305 100.0 20.8
27,798 46,209 57,049 82.3 23.5
8,533 11,122 12,056 17.4 8.4
9 52 200 .3 284.6
36,340 57,383 69,305 100.0 20.8
11,470 18,641 20,391 29.4 9.4
20,805 29,568 34,130 49.2 15.4
4,065 9,174 14,784 21.3 61.2
36,340 57,383 69,305 100.0 20.8

10,110 14,125 13,549 31.1 -4.1
3,595 6,889 9,032 20.7 31.1
3,915 7,411 12,327 28.3 66.3
3,345 5,4,715 10.8 46.7
3,345 5,933 3,987 9.1
21,530 34,358 43,610 100.0 26.9
S----- 11.74 ---

2,755 5,356 6,508 9.4 21.5


6,020
1,930
215
155
9,665
1,892
1,360


6,199
6,445
1,568
736
483
15,431
3,680
2,105


3,691
7,138
3,537
3,092
2,021
19,479
6,352
2,586


18.9
36.6
18.2
15.9
10.4
100.0


-40.5
10.8
125.6
320.1
318.4
26.2
72.6
22.9


3,410 17.5
15,364 22.2 ---


11,263
6,886
.9,450
1,892
1,977
26.05


866
1,499
1,638
1,363
1,955
885
950
2,584
1,482
13,486


17,744,044
16,777,487
17,334
949,223
1,711
372
660
134
249,815
61,582


18,388
13,308
11,100
1,234
2,380
43


1,505
2,371
1,229
2,351
2,564
1,185
499
2,661
2,149
19,080


53,919,328
49,262,815
2,413,673
2,242,840
2,739
95
1,150
402
329,186
13,876


24,621
18,581
12,700
2,323
2,003
58


2,624
2,119
4,523
2,836
3,329
1,138
560
2,595
3,106
22,830


67,581,060
60,566,315
31,119
6,983,626
1,634
542
735
355
346,037
148,847


100.0
75.5

9.4
8.1



11.5
9.3
19.8
12.4
14.6
5.0
2.5
11.4
13.6
100.0


100.0
89.6
0.0
10.3
100.0
33.2
45.0
21.7
100.0
43.0


33.9
39.6
14.4
88.2
-15.8
34.9


74.4
-10.6
268.0
20.6
29.8
-3.9
12.2
-2.5
44.5
19.7


25.3
22.9
-98.7
211.4
-40.3
470.5
-36.1
-11.7
5.1
972.7


.1 ____________________________________





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Table 50. Summary of Census Socio-EconorIc Data for orange County


11960 to
ITEM 1950 1960 1970 1970

------- Number-------------Percent Percent


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban. . . ..
rural. . . ..
total. . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . . ..
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . ..
total . .
Education completed, people over 24
,nder 9 years. . . ..
'-11 years . . . .
12 years . .... .......
13-16 years. . . . .
over 16 years. . . ..
totally/ ...............
median education ............
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . ..
$10,000 to $14,999 . . ..
$15,000 and over ............
total 3/ .. .
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital income (dollars). /. .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . ..
total persons bpl. . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units.51 . . .
crowded units. 6/. . . .
median contract rent (dollars) .....
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators ......
sales, clerical, and kindred .'...
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred ....
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. 8/. ... .....
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen .....
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed / . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars). ...........
forest products (dollars).01/. ......
livestock (dollars) ......
Number of farms. . . ..
sales under $2,500 . .
$2,500 to $19,999. ~2/ ........
$20,000 and over .. 2/ . ..
Land in farms (acres). .........
harvested cropland (acres) ..... .


344,311
286,609
57,702
344,311
294,650
48,490
1,171
344,311
119,669
191,343
33,299
344,311

43,596
36,723
59,344
S23,709
21,495
184,867
12.20
32,584


114,950

76,666
38,284
114,950
92,184
22,731
35
114,950
32,834
70,285
11,831
114,950

28,135
12,440
16,145
12,960
71,470

10,215


18,675
9,540
950
905
32,335
2,394


Total
83.2
16.8
100.0
85.6
14.1
.3
100.0
34.8
55.6
9.7
100.0


263,538
204,932
58,606
263,538
224,105
39,088
347
263,540
94,515
144,377
24,648
263,540

45,318
28,874
40,508
30,299
144,999

21,524


15,267
31,546
12,039
S6,366
3,248
68,466
5,222


of


9,869 11.2
48,141 13.9


35,833
21,988
S7,540
3,283
5,152
36.45

3,780
5,236
8,891
5,404
5,887
2,947
953
3,595
6,326
43,635


26,072,891
23,135,632
33,793
2,903,466
1,780
359
558
180
354,080
64,565


79,853
54,891
13,000
3,352
9,577
61

11,049
10,496
20,839
12,595
11,141
5,327
724
4,506
11,590
93,288


74,431,564
60,264,012
8,603,378
5,564,174
2,697
67
739
516
349,007
118,773


108,645
74,182
15,500
3,270
7,744
87

18,976
11,907
36,641
17,269
14,610
6,263
566
3,797
16,702
126,731


77,335,913
63,419,202
'1,459
13,915,252
1,224
425
467
329
246,678
108,082


100.0
68.3

3.0'
7.1


14.9
9.4
28.9
13.6
11.5
4.9
.4
2.9
13.2
100.0


100.0
82.0

18.0
100.0
34.7
38.2
26.9
100.0
43.8


36.1
35.1
19.2
-2.4
-19.1
42.6

71.7
13.4
75.8
37.1
31.1
17.6
-21.8
-17.0
44.1
35.8


3.9
5.2
-100.0
150.1
-54.6
534.3
-36.8
-36.2
-29.3
-9.0


C nge

39.9
-1.5
30.6
31.5
24.1
237.5
30.6
26.6
32.5
35.1
30.6

-3.8
27.2
46.5
S49.2
27.5

51.4


-41.1
-26.2
51.8
235.6
400.6
28.8
70.0


8,998
23,267
18,272
21,364
16,258
88,159
8,880
3,038


23.6
19.9
32.1
12.8
11.6
100.0

9.5


10.2
26.4
20.7
24.2
18.4
100.0









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Table 51 Summary of Census Soclo-Economic Data for Osceola County


1960 to
ITEM 1950 1960 1970 1970


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural . . .
total . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . . .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over . . .
total . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years . . ....
over 16 years . . ..
total.1/ . . . .
median education . . ...
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . ..
$7,000 to $9,999 . . ..
$10,000 to $14,999 . . ..
$15,000 and over . ......
total 3/ ..............
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital income (dollars). 4/ .. ....
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl. . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . ...
owner occupied units . .. .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units. 5. . ....
crowded units. 6/ ...........
median contract rent (dollars) ...
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. / . .
farmers and farm managers . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed /. . . .
AGRICULTURE/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .. .
crops (dollars) . . ...
forest products (dollars).10/ .....
livestock (dollars) . ......
Number of farms . . ...
sales under $2,500 . . .
$2,500 to $19,999. .12/. . ...
$20,000 and over 12. . .
Land in farms (acres) ..... ...
harvested cropland (acres) .......


---------------------Number---------------ercent
of
11,406 19,029 25,267 Total
7,365 11,198 12,017 47.6
4,041 7,831 13,250 52.4
11,406 19,029 25,267 100.0
9,914 17,021 23,042 91.2
1,488 1,977 2,173 8.6
4 31 52 .2
11,406 19,029 25,267 100.0
2,921 5,684 7,411 29.3
6,027 9,007 12,286 48.6
2,458 4,338 5,570 22.0
11,406 19,029 25,267 100.0

3,860 5,517 5,202 32.9
1,235 2,616 3,621 22.9
1,210 2,451 4,733 29.9
995 1480 1,219 7.7
995 1,480 1,059 6.7
7,550 12,064 15,834 100.0
---- --- 11.25 ---

1,245 1,967 2,461 9.7


2,410
450
50
20
3,135
1,659
888


2,310
2,221
437
196
69
5,233
3,368
1,421


1,388
2,607
1,309
1,232
593
7,129
6,223
2,423


19.5
36.6
18.4
17.3
8.3
100.0


Percent
Change
32.8
7.3
69.2
32.8
35.4
9.9
67.7
32.8
30.4
36.4
28.4
32.8

-5.7
38.4
93.1
S53.9
31.3

25.1


-39.9
17.4
199.5
528.6
759.4
36.2
84.8
70.5


1,157 16.2
5,254 20.8


4,044
2,793
.4,887
406
453
28.42


263
373
491
431
477
319
196
273
432
3,333


2,150,345
898,137
16,901
1,235,307
399
100
87
24
766,899
4,246


6,761
4,860
9,500
522
650
47


524
585
790
895
729
451
148
336
956
5,768


50,487,325
32,090,858
3,225,648
15,170,819
468
41
155
82
814,959
11,755


9,092
6,798
11,700
558
721
66


874
701
1,531
1,382
1,225
417
156
574
1,373
8,233


15,673,410
5,704,209
84,836
9,884,365
416
175
148
.93
876,511
24,138


100.0
74.8

6.1
7.9



10.6
8.5
18.6
16.8
14.9
5.1
1.9
7.0
16.7
100.0


100.0
36.4
.5
63.1
100.0
42.1
35.6
22.3
100.0
2.8


34.5
39.9
23.2
6.9
10.9
40.4


66.8
19.8
93.8
54.4
68.0
-7.5
5.4
70.8
43.6
42.7


-68.9
-82.2
-97.4
-34.8
-11.1
326.8
-4.5
13.4
7.6
105.3


i





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Table 52 Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for seminole County


1960 to
I T E M 1950 1960 1970 1970

-------- Number------------- Percent Percent


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban. . . .
rural . . .
total. . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years ... .. .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total . . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . . .
over 16 years. ... . .
total /. . . ..
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . .. .
$3,000 to $6,999 .......... .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 ....... ..
$15,000 and over ............
total 3/ . . . .
median family income (dollars) .
per capital income (dollars).1 .....
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl. . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . .. .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units. . . .
crowded units. 6/. ......... .
median contract rent (dollars) .....
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. /. . .
farmers and farm managers .. .... 7
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed 9 . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars). . . .. .
forest products (dollars)./ .. .. .
livestock (dollars). . . .
Number of farms. . . .
sales under $2,500 V . . .
* $2,500 to $19,999. .1/ . .
$20,000 and over . . .
Land in farms (acres). .........
harvested cropland (acres) ......


26,883
11,936
14,947
26,883
14,943
11,935
5
26,883
8,960
15,549
2,374
26,883

8,260
2,210
2,180
3,320
14,850

2,085


4,775
1,260
110
130
6,735
1,712


54,947
26,955
27,992
54,947
41,373
13,500
74
54,947
21,346
28,901
4,700
54,947

10,319
5,809
7,559
4,888
28,575

3,387


4,522
6,353
2,063
S980
250
14,168
4,446


83,692
51,819
31,873
83,692
69,460
14,048
184
83,692
31,283
44,529
7,880
83,692

11,412
8,999
14,696
5,467
4,214
44,788
12.13
4,946


2,434
5,629
4,576
5,515
3,748
21,902
8,900
2,903


of
Total
61.9
38.1
100.0
82.9
16.8
.2
100.0
37.4
53.2
9.4
100.0

25.5
20.1
32.8
12.2
9.4
100.0

5.9


11.1
25.7
20.9
25.2
17.1
100.0


Change
52.3
92.2
13.9
52.3
67.9
4.1
148.6
52.3
46.6
54.1
67.7
52.3

10.6
54.9
94.4
9 98.1
56.7

46.0


-46.2
-11.4
121.8
462.8
1399.2
54.6
100.2


2,591 11.8
12,636 15.1 ---


7,877
4,933
.3,780
1,394
1,430
18.41


607
940
1,215
963
1,677
644
364
2,603
921
10,178


9,812,180
9,204,491
3,012
604,677
541
99
235
48
155,595
15,737


15,899
11,703
11,200
1,387
2,319
44


1,623
2,052
3,304
2,612
2,124
1,030
273
1,602
2,077
17,359


10,674,075
7,646,901
1,358,161
1,669,013
658
15
214
92
210,908
26,522


25,757
19,503
15,200
1,961
1,778
78


4,281
3,270
7,719
4,609
3,887
1,440
220
1,357
3,459
30,242


11,486,813
8,427,949
41,734
3,017,130
510
S235
191
82
67,327
15,652


100.0
75.7

7.6
6.9



14.2
10.8
25.5
15.2
12.6
4.8
.7
4.5
11.4
100.0


100.0
73.4
.4
26.2
100.0
46.1
37.4
16.1
100.0
23.2


62.0
66.6
35.7
41.4
-23.3
77.3


163.8
59.4
133.6
76.5
83.0
39.8
-19.4
-15.3
66.5
74.2


7.6
10.2
-96.9
80.8
-22.5
1466.7
-10.7
-10.9
68.1
-40.9


n








Table 53 Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for volusia County


ITEMi



TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban . . ...
rural. . . .
total . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Qther . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years ... . .
18 to 64 years . . ...
65 years and over. . ...
total . . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years . . ..
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years . . ....
over 16 years. . . ..
total. 1/. . . .. .
median education ... .. .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 .............. .
$3,000 to $6,999 ...........
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .. .
$10,000 to $14,999 ..........
$15,000 and over ....... .
total /31.............. .
median family income (dollars) .. .
per capital income (dollars).A4 ..
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . .. .... .
total persons bpl ..... ...
HOUSING
total occupied units . . ..
owner occupied units ... ... .
median value (dollars) . ..
substandard units.5 . ... .
crowded units. /. . . ..
median contract rent (dollars) .....
OCCUPATION 71
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators... ... .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred.. ..
operatives, inc. transport .. .
laborers, except farm./. . ...
farmers and farm managers. . ..
farm laborers and farm foremen ... .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed .1 . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) .. ...
crops (dollars) . .....
forest products (dollars).I. *
livestock (dollars). .........
Number of farms . .....
sales under $2,500 Il/ .. ...
$2,500 to $19,999. Z / . .. .
$20,000 and over 1/ . .. .
Land in farms (acres). ...... ....
harvested cropland (acres) .. .. ..


74,229
51,264
22,965
74,229
57,844
16,349
36
74,229
19,495
45,544
9,190
74,229

18,185
8,400
10,255
8,765
46,845

8,675


13,120
5,335
530
425
20,705
2,092
1,115


125,319
77,008
48,311
125,319
104 177
21,048
94
125,319
35,422
65,188
24,709
125,319

26,862
16,102
22,060
15,953
80,977

33,793


12,177
15,708
4,462
1,982
1,090
35,419
4,114
1,574


169,487
119,391,
50,096
169,487
145,093
23,893
501
169,487
45,656
86,041
37,790
169,487

26,302
20,155
35,668
14,225
11,548
107,898
12.21
22,216


7,687
15,596
8,900
8,489
6,135
46,807
7,036
2,809


6,463 13.8
30,188 17.8


24,478
15,100
.5,963
2,777
6,933
38.43

2,502
3,922
4,573
3,584
2,816
2,094
717
1,203
4,862
26,659


6,618,609
4,854,773
18,029
1,745,807
1,066
275
346
59
210,933
14,838


45,059
32,599
11,500
1,335
3,533
54

4,270
5,920
8,328
6,885
4,015
2,264
392
789
7,145
41,662


9,170,524
4,369,489
2,126,870
2,674,165
1,410
118
353
62
262,897
19,251


62,747
46,602
14,000
2,291
3,243
74

7,756
6,149
14,086
7,896
5,161
2,925
335
973
10,773
56,054


15,983,131
9,992,275
49,388
5,941,468
895
432'
306
156
222,778
17,628


________________________________________ J ______________________________________________________


of
Total
70.4
29.6
100.0
85.6
14.2
.3
100.0
26.9
50.8
22.3
100.0

24.4
18.7
33.1
13.2
10.7
100.0

13.1


16.4
33.3
19.0
18.1
13.1
100.0


55.0
3.7
35.2
39.3
13.5
432.9
35.2
28.9
31.9
52.9
35.2

-2.1
25.2
61.7
( 61.6
33.2

61.1


-36.9
-.7
99.5
328.8
462.8
32.2
71.0
78.5


100.0
74.3

3,7
5.2



13.8
11.0
25.1
14.1
9.2
5.2
.6
1.7
19.2
100.0


100.0
62.5
.3
37.2
100.0
48.3
34.2
17.4
100.0
7.9


39.3
42.9
21.7
71.6
-8.2
37.0

81.6
3.9
69.1
14,7
28.5
29.2
-14.5
23.3
50.8
34.5


74.3
128.7
-97.7
122.2
-36.5
266.1
-13.3
151.6
-15.3
-8.4









































PLANNING REGION 7


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Table 54. Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for 1'lnning Region 7


.'1960 to
I TEM 1950 1960 1970 1970


TOTAL POPULATION ..... . .. .
Residence: urban . ... .. ..
rural . .. .
total. . . .
Race: White . . .. .
Black .. .. .. .
Other .... . .....
total ... .
Age: under 18 years ........ ..
18 to 64 years ..... ...
65 years and over. . ..
total .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years .... ..... .
9-11 years . . ... .
12 years . . .. ..
13-16 years. . . .
over 16 years. ........ .. ...
totally .... .. .
median education .. ......
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS, . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 ..... .
$3,000 to $6,999 .........
$7,000 to $9,999 ..... ..
$10,000 to $14,999 .. .. .. ..
$15,000 and over . . .
total 3/ . . .. ..
median famiTy income (dollars) .. .. ..
per capital income (dollars).41 .. .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . ......
total persons bpl . .
HOUSING
total occupied units ... . ...
owner occupied units .. . .
median value (dollars) .. ..
substandard units. 5/. .. .. .
crowded units. 6/. . .. ...
median contract rent (dollars) .. ...
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators.. ..
sales, clerical, and kindred . -
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. .
operatives, inc. transport . ..
laborers, except farm. /. .... .. ..
farmers and farm managers. .. .
farm laborers and farm foremen ..
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed .9/ ....... ....
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . ...
crops (dollars) . ... .
forest products (dollars),.. . .
livestock (dollars). .... . .
Number of farms ...... ... .
sales under $2,500 .1/ . .
$2,500 to $19,999. ./. .. .
$20,000 and over .12/. ... .. .
Land in farms (acres).'..'. .. .......
harvested cropland (acres) .. ..


-----------------Number----------- -Percent Percent
of Change
160,402 246,954 295,911 Total 19.8
84,421 145,909 164,732 55.7 12.9
75,981 101,045 131,179 44.3 29.8
160,402 246,954 295,911 100.0 19.8
127,966 201,530 243,962 82.4 21.1
32,370 45,138 50,606 17.1 12.1
66 286 1,343 .5 369.6
160,402 246,954 295,911 100.0 19.8
52,912 89,386 101,064 34.2 13.3
93,890 131,323 155,638 52.6 18.5
13,600 26,445 39,209 13.3 48.3
160,402 246,954 295,911 100,0 19.8

46,670 62,938 55,860 33.7 -11.2
15,755 26,971 36,182 21.8- 34.2
14,095- 26,770 44,150 26.6 64.9
11,090 19,557 6,146 9.7 52.4
90,210 136,236 165,991 100.0 21.8

10,975 17,463 24,360 8.2 39.5


25,560
11,315
950
1,005
40,580


19,483
29,801
7,684
, 3,643
2,236
62,847


11,808
25,674
16,698
14,683
8,457
77,320


15.3
33.2
21.6
18.9
10.9
100.0


-39.4
-13.8
117.3
303.0
278.2
23.0


12,559 16.2 --
66,7b0 20.5 -


46,463
26,298

8,573
9,917


4,235
5,622
8,321
6,838
S11,652
3,813
2,953
9,484
6,875
60,393


63,652,093
56,276,596
215,761
7,159,736
5,462
1,176
1,736
417
2,775,276
1(5,174


72,874
49,557

6,429
10,745


7,681
7,964
14,152
11,162
15,582
5,026
1,945
8,245
10,588
87,072


139,636,759
118,872,637
3,369,450
17,394,672
5,153
278
1,814
1,004
2,464,048
212,034


94,709
67,359

7,833
9,246


11,451
8,732
21,304
15,469
16,169
5,490
1,582
11,551
13,713
105,461


175,070,285
116,811,421
376,013
'57,882,851
5,051
1,737
2,257-
1,053
2,492,000
301,254


100.0
71.1

8.3
9.8


10.9
8.3
20.2
14.7
15.3
5.2
1.5
10.9
13.0
100.0


100.0
66.7
.2
33.1
100.0
34.4
44.7
20.8
100.0
12.1


29.9
35.9

21.8
-13.9


49,1
9.6
50.5
38,6
3.8
9.2
-18.7
40.1
29.5
21.1


25.4
-1.7
-88.8
232.8
-1.9
524.8
24.4
4.9
1.1
42.1


I --- ---


r







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Table 55 Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Desoto County


0 1 1960 to
I TE M 1950 1960 1970 1970


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural. . . .
total. . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years ........ .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. ..... . ..
over 16 years. . . . .
total. / . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 ...........
$7,000 to $9,999 ... ......
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . . .
total 3/. . . . .
median family income (dollars) . .
per capital income (dollars)./ . .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl. . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units. 5 . . .
crowded units. 6/. . . .
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION Z/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. 0/. . .
farmers and farm managers . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed 9/. . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars). . . .
forest products (dollars).O!/ . .
livestock (dollars). . . .
Number of farms. . . . .
sales under $2,500 .11/. . .
$2,500 to $19,999. ./. . .
$20,000 and over .12. . .
Land in farms (acres). . . .
harvested cropland (acres) . .


-------------------Number-----------------Percent Percent
of Change
9,242 11,683 13,060 Total 11.8
4,764 5,889 5,658 43.3 -3.9
4,478 5,794 7,402 56.7 27.8
9,242 11,683 13,060 100.0 11.8
7,240 9,141 10,389 79.5 13.7
2,000 2,532 2,614 20.0 3.2
2 10 57 .4 470.0
9,242 11,683 13,060 100.0 11.8
2,754 3,614 4,020 30.8 11.2
5,535 6,341 7,000 53.6 10.4
953 1,728 2,040 15.6 18.1
9,242 11,683 13,060 100.0 11.8

2,695 3,515 3,372 42.6 -4.1
740 1,786 1,706 21.5 -4.5
560 1,050 1,953 24.6 86.0
505 861 508 6.4
1 384 4.8
5,505 7,212 7,923 100.0 9.9
--- ---- 10.04 --- ---

650 872 1,027 7.9 17.8


1,500
500
25
20
2,110
2,060
1,024


2,456
1,471
2,473
573
424
20.72


223
222
396
287
661
227
253
427
493
3,295


!,609,523
L,584,306
21,692
L,003,525
496
121
127
21
546,379
11,182


999
1,102
212
J 80
S 57
2,450
3,542
1,429


3,050
2,114
7,000
365
459
37


248
296
565
367
486
197
135
428
679
3,732


6,222,408
4,852,279
49,297
1,320,832
367
35
135
62
294,261
12,786


504
1,155
601
462
249
2,971
6,320
1,987


510
2,379


3,761
2,664
9,100
546
401
54


260
266
763
459
546
288
119
601
1,079
4,381


10,207,309
5,212,314
8,112
4,986,883
562
234
252
75
271,471
25,984


16.9
38.9
20.2
15.6
8.4
100.0


-49.5
4.8
183.5
477.5
336.8
21.3
78.4
39.0


17.2 ---
18.2 ---


100.0
70.8

14.5
10.7



5.9
6.1
17.4
10.5
12.5
6.6
2.7
13.7
24.6
100.0


100.0
51.1
.1
48,8
100.0
41.6
44.4
13.3
100.0
9.6


23.3
26.0
30.0
49.6
-12.6
45.9


4.8
-10.1
35.0
25.1
12.3
46.2
-11.9
40.4
58.9
17.4


64.0
7.4
-83.5
277.6
53.1
568.6
86.7
20.9
-7.7
103.2









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Table 56. Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Hardee County


1960 to
I TE M 1950 1960 1970 1970

-----------Number----- 7 ---- -------Percent Percent


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban. . . .
rural . . .
total . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . .....
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over . . .
'total . . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years . . .. .
over 16 years . . .
total. / . . ..
median education . .....
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . .....
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . .
$15,000 and over . .. ..
total 3/ . . . .
median family income (dollars) .
per capital income (dollars). /. .. ..
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl ........
total persons bpl . .......
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) .. .
substandard units.5/ . . .
crowded units. 6/ . . .
median contract rent (dollars) .....
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators .. ...
sales, clerical, and kindred .. ....
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .. ..
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. . .
farmers and farm managers . ..
farm laborers and farm foremen ...
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed .9 . .. .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars) . . .
forest products (dollars). iJ0 . .
livestock (dollars) . . .
Number of farms . . . .
sales under $2,500 j . . .
$2,500 to $19,999. 2j . . .
$20,000 and over 2 . . .
Land in farms (acres)... . ..
harvested cropland (acres) ......


10,073
2,872
7,201
10,073
9,323
748
2
10,073
3,519
5,590
964
10,073

3,265
1,045
700
420
5,545

520


1,800
450
50
40
2,470
1,720
953


12,370
3,411
8,959
12,370
11,206
1,138
26
12,370
4,587
6,513
1,270
12,370

3,684
1,204
1,284
545
6,717

760


1,278
1,336
286
( 116
99
3,115
3,602
1,905


14,889

3,007
11,882
14,889
13,325
1,265
299
14,889
5,626
7,776
1,487
14,889

3,395
1,589
1,875
509
351
7,719
9.88
1,024


716
1,491
683
460
327
3,677
5,792
1,942


of
Total
20.2
79.8
100.0
89.5
8.5
.2
100.0
37.8
52.2
9.9
100.0

44.0
20.6
24.3
6.6
4.5
100.0

6.9


19.5
40.5
18.6
12.5
8.9
100.0


Change
20.4
-11.8
32.6
20.4
18.9
11.2
1050.0
20.4
22.7
19.4
17.1
20.4

-7.8
31.9
46.0
S57.8
14.9

34.7


-43.9
11.6
138.8
296.6
230.3
18.0
60.8
1.9


890 24.2
4,632 31.1 ---


2,914
1,922
,3,747
842
803
21.83


179
306
423
291
442
181
808
1,008
276
3,953


3,784,137
2,897,513
70,527
816,097
1,188
378
342
13
381,878
16,827


3,643
2,585
6,400
393
565
33


278
400
603
429
730
126
380
854
355
4,438


13,193,274
11,711,493
269,130
1,212,651
1,059
55
410
129
325,717
30,895


4,368
3,178
8,600
649
708
55


356
305
882
636
788
190
285
1,538
516
5,496


19,928,012
14,497,515
22,040
5,408,457
1,094
360
549
184
411,577
52,659


100.0
72.8

14.9
16.2



6.5
5.5
16.0
11.6
14.3
3.5
5.2
28.0
9.4
100.0


100.0
72.7
.1
27.1
100.0
32.9
50.2
16.8
100.0
12.8


19.9
22.9
34.4
65.1
25.3
66.7


28.1
-23.8
46.3
48.3
7.9
50.8
-25.0
80.1
45.4
23.8


51.0
23.8
91.8
346.0
3.3
554.5
33.9
42.6
26.4
70.4


_I








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Table 57. Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Highlands County


1960 to
I TE M 1950 1960 1970 1970

-------------- --Number------------- Percent Percent


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural . . .
total . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . . .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over . .
total . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years . . . .
over 16 years . . .
total. / . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . . .
total 3/ . . .
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital income (dollars). . .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . .. .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units. / . . .
crowded units. 6/ . . .
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. /. . .
farmers and farm managers . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed /. . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars) . . .. .
forest products (dollars). j1/ ...
livestock (dollars) . . .
Number of farms . . .
sales under $2,500 ./. . .
$2,500 to $19,999. . .
$20,000 and over .12/ . .
Land in farms (acres) . . .
harvested cropland (acres) . .


13,636
9,618
4,018
13,636
10,170
3,460
6
13,636
4,504
7,740
1,392
13,636

3,815
1,210
1,445
1,250
7,875

940


2,430
840
85
85
3,645
1,995
876


21,338
13,012
8,326
21,338
16,820
4,457
61
21,338
7,378
10,732
3,228
21,338

5,788
3,423
2,293
1,827
12,331

1,577


2,151
2,713
490
S198
1 162
5,714
3,735
1,705


29,507
13,935
15,572
29,507
23,319
5,972
216
29,507
9,079
14,322
6,106
29,507

6,685
3,635
4,822
1 1,654
S1,489
18,285
11.03
2,896


1,597
3,201
1,469
1,145
757
8,169
5,863
2,387


To
47
52
100
78
20
1
100
30
48
21
100


of Change
htal 38.3
.2 7.1
.8 87.0
.0 38.3
1.7 38.6
.2 33.9
.0 254.1
.0 38.3
.9 23.1
.0 33.5
.1 89.2
.0 38.3


36.6
19.9
26.4
9.0
8.1
100.0

9.8


17.4
47.0
14.9
12.5
8.2
100.0


15.5
6.2
110.3
72.0
48.3

83.6


-25.8
17.9
199.8
478.3
367.3
42.9
56.9
40.0


1,543 18.9 ---
7;296 24.7 ---


4,146
2,209
.4,945
1,131
1,542
27.92


350
487
588
518
658
279
260
1,042
582
4,812


4,973,068
3,850,747
640
1,121,681
396
86
151
38
336,756
16,138


6,855
4,440
9,500
608
883
45


615
713
1,106
890
836
367
193
993
941
7,116


16,196,058
12,222,683
1,314,482
2,658,893
468
27
210
78
415,854
26,153


10,468
7,515
11,900
1,017
961
59


1,030
944
1,727
1,203
940
469
332
1,808
1,153
9,606


25,736,340
16,156,764
131,977
9,447,599
540
182
210
148
531,278
42,896


100.0
71.8

9.7
9.2



10.7
9.8
18.0
12.5
9.8
4.9
3.5
18.8
12.0
100.0


100.0
62.8
.5
36.7
100.0
33.7
38.9
27.4
100.0
8.1


52.7
69.3
25.3
67.3
8.8
31.1


67.5
32.4
56.1
35.2
12.4
27.8
72.0
82.1
22.5
34.9


58.9
32.2
-89.9
255.3
15.4
574.1
0.0
89.7
27.8
64.0









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Table 58 Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Okeechobee County


I 1960 to
I TE M 1950 1960 1970 1970


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban. . . ..
rural. . . ..
total. . . .
Race: White. . . . ..
Black. . . . ..
Other. . . . ..
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years ... ... .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years ..... . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . . .
over 16 years. . . . .
total. 1/ . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . .... ...
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . ... ..
$10,000 to $14,999 ...........
$15,000 and over . . .
total 3 . . . .
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital income (dollars). /. .....
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units. 5/. . . .
crowded units. 6/. ........ .
median contract rent (dollars) .....
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred ....
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm.8/ . .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen .....
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed . . .
AGRICULTURE/
Farm Sales (dollars) ...........
crops (dollars). ............
forest products (dollars). i/. .....
livestock (dollars). ..........
Number of farms. . . ...
sales under $2,500 l/ . ..
$2,500 to $19,999. 2/ . .
$20,000 and over .2J .......
Land in farms (acres). ..........
harvested cropland (acres) .. . .


---------------------Number---------------Percent
of
3,454 6,424 11,233 Total
0 2,947 3,715 33.1
3,454 .3,477 7,518 66.9
3,454 6,424 11,233 100.0
2,813 5,356 9,489 84.6
636 1,051 1,674 14.9
5 17 70 .6
3,454 6,424 11,233 100.0
1,199 2,788 4,810 42.9
1,997 3,224 5,517 49.0
258 412 906 8.1
3,454 6,424 11,233 100.0


1,120
405
150
110
1,800

265


640
155
15
5
860
1,635
1,217


1,022
652
2,965
215
225
24.45

106
134
126
149
218
167
61
276
111
1,354


1,107,113
169,426
45,176
892,511
126
33
30
10
369,783
496


1,474
742
529
298
3,043

355


434
862
124
{ 91
28
1,539
4,096
1,465


1,760
1,051
8,600
94
440
51

195
281
222
280
276
194
43
381
306
2,214


5,594,616
143,555
946
5,450,115
145
1
50
37
367,832
983


2,164
1,467
1,162
370
252
5,415
10.11
739


380
1,068
558
371
260
2,637
6,506
2,042


468
2,466


3,178
1,961
10,800
493
510
60

281
335
521
537
332
279
121
820
563
3,789


24,167,251
1,612,186
2,348
22,552,717
227
83
57
87
427,452
9,597


40.0
27.1
21.5
6.8
4.7
100.0

6.6


14.3
41.4
20.5
14.0
9.8
100.0


Percent
Change
74.9
26.1
116.2
74.9
77.2
59.3
311.8
74.9
72.5
71.1
119.9
74.9

46.8
97.7
119.7
108.7
77.9

108.2


-12.4
23.9
350.0
307.7
828.6
71.3
58.8
39.4


17.7
21.9


100.0
61.7

15.5
16.0


7.4
8.8
13.6
14.2
8.8
7.4
3.2
21.6
14.9
100.0


100.0
S6.7
.01
93.3
100.0
36.6
25.1
38.3
100.0
2.2


80.6
86.6
25.6
424.5
15.9
17.6

44.1
19.2
134.7
91.8
20.3
43.8
181.4
115.2
83.9
71.1


331.9
1023.0
148.2
313.8
56.6
8200.0
14.0
135.1
16.2
876.3


1
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Table 59 Summary of Census Socio-Econoiric Data for Polk County


1960 to
ITEM 1950 1960 1970 1970


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban. . . .
rural. . . .
total. . . .
Race: White. . ... .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . . ..
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years. . . ..
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . . ..
over 16 years. . . . .
total. /. . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 ...........
$7,000 to $9,999 ...........
$10,000 to $14,999 . .....
$15,000 and over . . ....
total 3/. . . ....
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital income (dollars)./ . .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl. . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units. .5/ . . .
crowded units.6/ ...........
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. .....
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. . .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed . . .
AGRICULTURE- 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars) ...........
forest products (dollars).1/. .....
livestock (dollars). . . .
Number of farms. .... . . ..
sales under $2,500 .1/ . .
$2,500 to $19,999. ./. . .
$20,000 and over 1/. . .
Land in farms (acres). . . .
harvested cropland (acres) . .


---------------------Number----------------Percent
of


123,997
67,167
56,830
123,997
98,420
25,526
51
123,997
40,936
73,028
10,033
123,997

35,775
12,355
11,240
8,805
69,485

8,600


19,190
9,370
775
855
31,495
2,377
1,477


195,139
120,650
74,489
195,139
159,007
35,960
172
195,139
70,819
104,513
19,807
195,139

48,477
20,816
21,614
16,026
106,933

13,899


14,621
23,788
6,572
3,158
S1,890
50,029
4,476
2,039


227,222
138,417
88,805
227,222
187,440
39,081
701
227,222
77,529
121,023
28,670
227,222

40,244
27,785
34,338
S13,105
11,177
126,649
11.49
18,674


8,611
18,759
13,387
12,245
6,864
59,866
7,526
2,568


Total
60.9
39.1
100.0
82.6
17.2
.2
100.0
34.4
53.0
12.6
100.0

31.8
21.9
27.1
10.3
8.8
100.0

8.2


14.4
31.3
22.4
20.5
11.5
100.0


Percent
Change
16.4
14.7
19.2
16.4
17.9
8.7
307.6
16.4
9.5
15.8
44.7
16.4

-16.9
33.5
58.9
5 1.5
18.4

34.4


-41.1
-21.1
103.7
287.7
263.2
19.7
68.1
25.9


9,148 15.3
43,987 19.4


35,925
20,044
S5,198
5,812
6,923
26.50


3,377
4,473
6,788
5,593
9,673
2,959
1,571
6,731
5,413
46,979


51,178,252
47,774,604
77,726
3,325,922
3,256
558
1,086
335
1,140,480
120,531


57,566
39,367
9,400
4,969
8,398
43


6,345
6,274
11,656
9,196
13,254
4,142
1,194
5,589
8,307
69,572


98,430,403
89,942,627
1,735,595
6,752,181
3,114
60
1,009
698
1,060,384
141,217


73,024
52,041
11,800
5,128
6,666
62

9,524
6,882
17,411
12,634
13,563
4,264
725
6,784
10,402
82,189


95,031,373
79,332,642
211,536
15,487,195
2,628
878
1,189
559
850,222
170,118


100.0
71.3

7.0
9.1



11.6
8.4
21.2
15.4
16.5
5.2
.9
8.3
12.7
100.0


100.0
,83.5
.2
16.3
100.0
33.4
45.2
21.3
100.0
20.0


26.9
32.2
25.5
3.2
-20.6
44.2

50.1
9.7
49.4
37.4
2.3
2.9
-39.3
21.4
25.2
18.1


-3.4
-11.8
-87.8
129.4
-15.6
1363.3
17.8
-19.9
-19.8
20.5










































PLANNING REGION 8


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Table 60 Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Planning Region 8


1960 to
I TE M 1950 1960 1970 1970


TOTAL POPULATION . .. .
Residence: urban ... . . .
rural. . . .
total. . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black. . . .. .
Other. .. . ......
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years. .. . .
18 to 64 years. .... .
65 years and over. . . .
total . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . .....
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . . .
over 16 years. . . .....
total.1 . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED I'%1 1VI.ULS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 .... .. ....
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 .. ... .. .
$15,000 and over . . .. .
total .3/ . .. . .
median family income (dollars) . .
per capital income (dollars)./ ... .
IN(.co:M L:d POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . ..
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units./ . . ..
crowded units. / . . .
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred ....
operatives, inc. transport ......
laborers, except farm./ ..........
farmers and farm managers. . ..
farm laborers and farm foremen .....
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed 2. . ...
AGRICULTURE/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . ...
crops (dollars) ...........
forest products (dollars)L)/ ......
livestock (dollars) ..........
Number of farms .............
sales under $2,500 .1I/. .........
$2,500 to $19,999. .121 ..... .
$20,000 and over /... ......
Land in farms (acres)....... .... .
harvested cropland (acres) .. ... .


---------------------Number---------------Percent
of


493,203
366,676
126,527
493,203
420,873
72,170
160
492,203
133,568
298,917
60,718
493,203

132,135
56,685
68,270
46,115
313,675

45,485


80,335
39,105
3,705
3,220
135,890


955,301
765,594
189,707
955,301
844,082
110,515
704
955,301
283,300
503,062
168,939
955,301

237,282
124,353
143,154
102,326
607,115

85,718


83,238
123,924
36,500
S16,096
S9,646
269,404


1,306,077
1,086,247
219,830
1,306,077
1,169,388
132,733
3,956
1,306,077
349,976
663,191
292,910
1,306,077

229,221
172,711
257,817
j 100,026
1 81,185
840,960

147,184


50,989
119,756
76,470
74,789
51,230
373,234


Total
83.2
16.8
100.0
89.5
10.2
.3
100.0
26.8
50.8
22.4
100.0

27.3
20.5
30.7
11.9
9.7
100.0

11.3


13.7
32.1
20.5
20.0
13.7
100.0


Percent
Change
36.7
41.9
15.9
36.7
38.5
20.1
461.9
36.7
23.5
31.8
73.4
36.7

-3.4
38.9
80.1
77.1
38.5

71.7


-38.7
-3.4
110.2
364.6
431.1
38.5


42,839 11.5
194,306 14.9


159,049
99,051

17,187
21,408


13,605
21,821
33,746
23,763
27,482
13,245
8,906
9,476
24,425
177,854


41,769,445
29,076,818
85,160
12,607,467
6,221
1,567
1,779
"-401
1,227,723
100,689


329,579
245,528

12,086
30,159


30,278
33,623
70,814
44,324
41,461
18,377
3,072
7,526
40,531
315,114


84,160,878
48,060,612
5,774,795
30,325,471
6,088
326
2,142
855
1,558,787
142,452


487,534
371,145

16,429
43,178


55,915
41,680
118,016
63,390
55,192
23,167
2,243
6,591
64,069
430,263


130,177,715
62,154,436
.183,502
67,839,777
5,049
2,339
1,856
850
1,203,470
169,431


100.0
76.1

3.4
8.9


12.9
9.7
27.4
14.7
12.8
5.4
.5
1.5
14.9
100.0


100.0
47.7
.1
52.1
100.0
46.3
36.8
16.8
100.0
14.1


47.9
51.1

35.9
43.2


84.7
23.9
66.7
43.0
33.1
26.1
-26.9
-12.4
58.1
36.5


54.7
29.3
-96.8
123.7
-17.1
617.5
-13.4
- .6
-22.8
18.9


- -




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Table 61 Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Hillsborough County


1960 to
I TE M 1950 1960 1970 1970
-------------- Number--------------- -Percent Percent


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural . . .
total . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . . .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over . . .
total . . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years . . . .
over 16 years . . .
total.1/ . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . .. ... .
$3,000 to $6,999 . ......
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . . ..
total/ . . . .
median family income (dollars) .. ...
per capital income (dollars). 4/ .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units.5 . . .
crowded units. 6/. . . .
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .
operatives, Inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. 8/ . .
farmers and farm managers . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed 9 . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars) . . .
forest products (dollars). I/. . .
livestock (dollars) . . .
Number of farms . . .
sales under $2,500 . . .
$2,500 to $19,999. 2j . . .
$20,000 and over 2/ . . .
Land in farms (acres) . . .
harvested cropland (acres) . .


249,894
188,565
61,329
249,894
211,579
38,238
77
249,894
74,466
155,301
20,127
249,894

69,445
28,545
29,320
17,165
149,195

19,695


39,260
19,830
1,745
1,255
66,760
2,381


397,788
317,501
80,287
397,788
341,952
55,498
338
397,788
138,923
219,740
39,125
397,788

95,204
47,776
51,716
30,857
225,553

29,735


29,595
49,639
15,475
{ 6,158
3,298
104,165
4,616


490,265
398,270
91,995
490,265
422,119
66,648
1,498
490,265
164,278
274,801
51,186
490,265

77,419
58,646
81,697
27,285
23,131
268,178
11.90
46,095


16,025
36,259
28,763
29,161
17,893
128,101
8,162
2,793


of
Total
81.2
18.8
100.0
86.1
13.6
.3
100.0
33.6
55.9
10.5
100.0

28,9
21.9
30.5
10.2
8.6
100.0

9.4


12.5
28.3
22.5
22.8
13.9
100.0


Change
23.2
25.4
14.6
23.2
23.4
20.1
343.2
23.2
18.1
25.1
30.8
23.2

18.7
22.8
57.9
S63.4
18.9

55.0


-53.0
-26.9
85.9
373.5
442.5
22.9
76.8


16,353 12.8
77,215 15.7


74,828
45,918
S5,399
9,781
10,915
30.63

6,498
9,961
17,959
12,159
18,218
6,736
2,919
4,541
11,121
94,394


16,436,167
9,738,683
39,336
6,658,148
3,753
958
989
158
398,171
36,801


123,158
87,450
9,300
6,834
14,423
48

11,609
13,744
30,766
19,403
24,117
8,894
1,649
3,380
16,596
140,568


43,679,774
23,704,462
3,008,758
16,966,554
3,480
225
1,118
415
773,468
66,888


158,750
115,857
11,800
7,473
12,276
73

21,905
15,869
49,512
26,520
29,616
10,464
1,219
3,030
23,216
181,351


58,532,418
25,376,697
50,491
33,105,830
2,J69
1,384
981
403
374,767
68,204


100.0
72.9

4.7
7.7


12.1
8.8
27.3
14.6
16.3
5.8
.7
1.7
12.8
100.0


100.0
43.4
.1
56.5
100.0
49.9
35.4
14.6
100.0
18.2


28.9
32.5
26.9
9.4
-14.9
52.1

88.7
15.4
60.9
36.7
22.8
17.7
-26.1
-10.4
39.9
29.0


34.0
7.1
-98.3
95.1
-20.4
515.1
-12.3
-2.9
-51.5
1.9










Table 62 Summary of Census Soclo-Economic Data for Manatee County


1960 to
I TE M 1950 1960 1970 1970


TOTAL POPULATION . . . ..
Residence: urban. . . .. ...
rural. . . ...
total. . . .. .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . .... ..
Other . . .... ...
total . . .... ...
Age: under 18 years . ...... ...
18 to 64 years . .... ...
65 years and over. . . .
total . . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . .... ...
13-16 years. . . ... ...
over 16 years . . .
total.1/ . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 .. . .
$7,000 to $9,999 .. . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . . ...
total 3/. . . . .
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital income (dollars). /. .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . ..
total persons bpl. . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . ...
owner occupied units . . ..
median value (dollars) . ..
substandard units. 5 . . .
crowded units.6/ ........... .
median contract rent (dollars) .....
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred ....
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. /. . .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed 9 . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars). . . .
forest products (dollars). 2_/ .....
livestock (dollars). . . .
Number of farms. . . . .
sales under $2,500 . ..
$2,500 to $19,999. 2/ . .
$20,000 and over 2 . .
Land in farms (acres). . ....
harvested cropland (acres) . .


J--------------------Numer


34,704

17,707
16,997
34,704
26,788
7,903
13
34,704
10,228
19,748
4,728
34,704

9,915
3,685
3,935
2,925
21,125

2,650


6,325
2,015
220
220
9,240
1,917
910


69,168

42,981
26,187
69,168
58,642
10,452
74
69,168
19,739
34,237
15,192
69,168

19,016
9,178
9,552
7,467
45,213

5,690


7,553
9,054
2,178
( 999
544
20,328
3,814
1,352


----------------. percent
of
97,115 Total

69,318 71.4
27,797 28.6
97,115 100.0
85,346 88.0
11,433 11.8
336 .2
97,115 100.0
22,862 23.9
44,922 45.8
29,331 30.3
97,115 100.0

18,954 28.1
12,960 19.2
20,634 30.6
8,424 12.5
6,510 9.6
67,482 100.0
12.09
10,637 10.9


5,295
10,291
5,586
4,997
3,235
29,404
6,591
3,615


18.0
34.9
18.9
16.9
11.0
100.0


Number


3,950 13.4 ---
16,700 17.2


11,166
7,351
,5,858
2,108
1,963
27.19


821
1,377
1,816
1,403
1,693
826
689
2,526
1,383
12,716


6,407,319
5,210,318
9,990
1,187,011
831
213
208
62
237,856
14,655


24,628
19,654
10,700
1,084
2,421
50


1,862
2,340
4,318
2,873
2,417
1,617
324
1,695
2,751
21,742


9,323,268
4,715,440
899,851
3,707,977
708
40
263
85
252,812
18,434


38,488
30,994
14,200
1,621
2,190
74


3,164
2,808
7,021
4,710
3,339
1,763
293
1,153
4,495
28,746


24,538,506
16,049,428
28,896
8,460,182
667
250
277
139
319,664
30,717


100.0
80.5

4.2
5.7



11.0
9.8
24.4
16.4
11.6
6.1
1.0
4.0
15.6
100.0


100.0
65.4
.1
34.5
100.0
37.5
41.5
20.8
100.0
9.6


56.3
57.7
32.7
49.5
-9.5
48.0


69.9
20.0
62.6
63.9
38.1
9.0
-9.6
-31.9
63.4
32.2


163.2
240.4
-96.8
128.2
-5.8
525.0
5.3
63.5
26.4
66.6


Percent
Change
40.4

61.3
6.1
40.4
45.5
9.4
354.1
40.4
15.8
31.2
93.1
40.4

.3
41.2
116.0
100.0
49.3

86.9


-29.9
13.7
156.5
400.2
494.7
44.6
72.8
167.4











Table 63 Summary of Census Socio-Econoric Data for Pasco County


I196S -to
ITEM 1950 1960 1970 1970

S--- ------------Number-----------------Percent Percent


TOTAL POPULATION. . . ..
Residence: urban. . . .
rural. . . .
total. . . .
Race: White . . . .. .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . .... ..
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total . . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . . ..
over 16 years. . . ...
total./ . . ...
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . .. .
$3,000 to $6,999 ...........
$7,000 to $9,999 ............
$10,000 to $14,999 .........
$15,000 and over . . .
total 3/. . . .
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital income (dollars). 4/. .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl. . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units.5/ . ....
crowded units.61 . . .
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. /. . .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, Inc. private household.
total employed / . . .
AGRICULTURE/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars). ...........
forest products (dollars). .1/. .....
livestock (dollars). . . .
Number of farms. . . . .
sales under $2,500 ./. . .
$2,500 to $19,999. . ..
$20,000 and over . . .
Land in farms (acres). . . .
harvested cropland (acres) . .


20,529
3,806
16,723
20,529
17,753
2,773
3
20,529
6,589
11,443
2,497
20,529

6,645
2,015
1,690
1,405
12,065


1,550


4,030
940
85
75
5,360
1,807
1,367


6,386
4,153
.4,180
951
1,255
21.59


438
684
777
829
1,058
1,117
500
834
610
6,960


8,964,817
7,555,556
29,111
1,380,150
1,100
192
282
71
357,441
31,261


36,785
11,166
25,619
36,785
32,699
4,065
21
36,785
10,922
18,521
7,342
36,785

12,036
4,750
3,773
2,689
23,248


3,394


4,697
4,305
816
377
I 181
10,376
3,307
1,473





12,286
9,481
7,700
1,036
1,486
41


832
850
1,658
1,607
1,713
704
445
1,214
1,078
11,261


17,966,718
12,775,326
255,797
4,935,595
987
30
407
187
309,807
40,997


of
75,955 Total
25,767 33.8
50,188 66.2
75,955 100.0
71,924 94.9
3,781 4.9
250 .1
75,955 100.0
16,032 21.2
35,902 47.2
24,021 31.6
75.955 100.0


19,261
12,207
15,448
S4,868
2,691
54,475
10.96

7,893


5,770
10,682
3,995
2,645
1,417
24,509
4,998
2,342


35.4
22.4
28.4
8.9
4.9
100.0


10.4


23.5
43.6
16.3
10.8
5.8
100.0


Change
106.5
130.8
95.9
106.5
119.9
-6.9
1090.5
106.5
46.8
93.8
227.2
106.5

60.0
156.9
309.4
181.1
134.3


132.6


22.8
148.1
389.6
601.6
682.9
136.2
51.1
58.9


4?281 17.5 ---
16,143 21.3 ---


30,361
26,000
11,300
1,422
1,892
67


1,602
1,650
3,992
3,309
3,047
895
279
1,266
2,169
18,209


34,606,084
14,809,893
82,174
19,714,017
1,133
487
431
214
338,319
60,627


100.0
85.6

4.7
6.2



8.8
9.1
21.9
18.2
16.7
4.9
1.5
7.0
11.9
100.0


100.0
42.8
.2
56.9
100.0
42.9
38.0
18.8
100.0
17.9


147.1
174.2
46.8
37.3
27.3
63.4


92.5
94.1
140.8
105.9
77.9
27.1
-37.3
4.3
101.2
61.7


92.6
15.9
-67.9
299.4
14.8
1523.3
5.9
14.4
9.2
47.9


I









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Table 64 Summary of Census Soclo-Economic Data for rinel Is county


I 1960 to
I TEM M 1950 1960 1970 1970


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban. . . .
rural. . . .
total. . . ..
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years ...... ...
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years .. . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . ....
over 16 years. . ... .
total. / . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . ... . ..
total/ . . . .
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital income (dollars). .41 ....
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . ..
total persons bpl. . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units. 5/. . .. ..
crowded units. .6/ . . .
median contract rent (dollars) .....
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred ....
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. /. . .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed /. . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars). ...........
forest products (dollars).I2/. . .
livestock (dollars). . . .
Number of farms. . . . .
sales under $2,500 ./. . .
$2,500 to $19,999. .12/. . .
$20,000 and over /. . .
Land in farms (acres). . . .
harvested cropland (acres) . .


--------- Number-----------------Percent
of
159,249 374,665 522,329 Total
137,702 341,384 502,277 96.1
21,547 33,281 20,052 3.9
159,249 374,665 522,329 100.0
140,537 341,361 478,043 91.6
18,657 33,088 42,765 8.2
55 216 1,521 .2
159,249 374,665 522,329 100.0
34,741 92,440 120,167 23.1
94,572 189,063 248,239 47.4
29,936 93,162 153,923 29.5
159,249 374,665 522,329 100.0


39,460
19,375
28,970
20,830
112,885


18,895


26,130
13,980
1,395
1,365
46,400
2,441


94,114
52,813
65,273
49,846
262,046


39,942


35,124
50,432
14,857
7,160
4,259
111,832
4,359


96,810
74,760
110,883
S46,121
36,700
365,274
12.10

68,525


18,381
51,197
31,423
30,772
22,123
153,896
7,642
3,300


26.5
20.5
30.4
12.6
10.0
100.0


13.1


11.9
33.3
20.4
20.0
14.4
100.0


Percent
Change
39.4
47.1
-39.7
39.4
40.0
29.2
604.2
39.4
29.9
31.3
65.2
39.4

2.9
41.6
69.9
66.2
39.4

71.6


-47.6
1.5
111.5
329.8
419.4
37.6
75.3


13,903 9.0
67,113 12.8


56,855
35,291
S8,801
3,320
5,963
47.46

4,919
8,163
11,393
7,869
5,388
3,586
506
972
9,363
52,965


7,416,205
4,660,753
3,642
2,751,810
769
152
240
88
60,680
13,729


141,825
108,012
12,100
2,292
9,642
63

13,069
14,444
27,980
16,559
11,303
5,751
503
976
16,392
115,381


8,986,158
5,229,820
1,343,722
2,412,616
541
15
209
122
57,052
11,918


211,301
159,881
14,600
5,229
8,617
85

23,869
17,116
47,677
23,170
16,110
7,953
341
823
27,943
165,002


6,344,130
3,233,530
2,331
3,108,26,9
290
125
115
49
21,347
6,014


100.0
75.7

2.5
4.1


14.5
10.4
28.9
14.0
9.8
4.8
.2
.5
16.9
100.0


100.0
50.9
.04
48.9
100.0
43.1
39.7
16.9
100.0
28.2


48.9
48.0
20.7
128.1
-10.6
34.9

82.6
18.5
70.4
39.9
42.5
38.3
-32.2
-15.7
71.1
43.0


-29.4
-38.2
-99.8
28.8
-46.4
733.3
-44.9
-59.8
-62.6
-49.5


(
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Table 65. Summary of Census Socio-Econonic Data for Sarasota County


- -. v. ..... . . . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural . . .
total . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . . .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over . .
total . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years . . . .
over 16 years. . . . .
total. . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . ...
$15,000 and over . . ..
total 3/ . . .
median family income (dollars) . .
per capital income (dollars). A. .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . .. .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units. ./. . . .
crowded units. 6/ .. .......
median contract rent (dollars) .....
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. / . .
farmers and farm managers . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, Inc. private household.
total employed . . .
AGRICULTURE/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars) . ......
forest products (dollars). .1/ .. .
livestock (dollars) . . .
Number of farms . . .
sales under $2,500 L . .
$2,500 to $19,999.. . .
$20,000 and over . . .
Land in farms (acres) . . .
harvested cropland (acres) . .


28,827
18,896
9,931
28,827
24,216
4,599
12
28,827
7,544
17,853
3,430
28,827

6,660
3,065
4,355
3,790
18,405

2,695


4,590
2,340
260
305
8,130
2,436
1,246


76,895
52,562
24,333
76,895
69,428
7,412
55
76,895
21,276
41,501
14,118
76,895

16,912
9,836
12,840
11,467
51,055

6,957


6,269
10,494
3,174
1 1,402
S1,364
22,703
4,688
1,773


120,413
90,615
29,798
120,413
111,956
8,106
351
120,413
26,637
59,327
34,449
120,413

16,777
14,138
29,155
S13,328
12,153
85,551
12.41
14,035


5,518
11,327
6,703
7,214
6,562
37,324
7,739
3,640


75.0
25.0
100.0
93.1
6.7
.2
100.0
22.3
49.1
28.6
100.0

19.6
16.5
34.1
15.6
14.2
100.0

11.7


14.8
30.3
18.0
19.3
17.6
100.0


4,352 11.7 ---
17;135 14.2 ---


9,814
6,338
,7,495
1,027
1,312
43.96


929
1,636
1,801
1,530
1,125
980
184
603
1,948
10,819


2,544,937
1,911,508
3,081
630,348
268
52
60
22
173,575
4,243


27,682
20,931
13,400
840
2,187
65


2,906
2,245
6,092
3,882
1,911
1,411
151
261
3,714
26,162


4,204,960
1,635,564
266,667
2,302,729
372
16
145
46
165,648
4,215


48,634
38,413
17,200
684
1,774
103


5,375
4,237
9,814
5,681
3,080
2,092
111
319
6,246
36,955


6,156,577
2,685,488
19,610
3,451,479
190
93
52
45
149,373
3,869


100.0
79.0

1.4
3.6



14.5
11.5
26.6
15.4
8.3
5.7
.3
.9
16.9
100.0


100.0
43.6
.3
56.1
100.0
48.9
27.4
23.7
100.0
2.6


Change
56.6
72.4
22.4
56.6
61.3
9.4
538.2
56.6
25.2
42.9
144.0
56.6

.8
43.7
127.1
S122.2
67.6

101.7


-11.9
7.9
111.2
414.6
381.1
64.4
65.1
105.3


75.6
83.5
28.4
-18.6
-18.9
58.5


84.9
88.7
61.1
46.3
61.2
48.3
-26.5
22.2
68.2
41.3


46.4
64.2
-92.6
49.9
-48.9
481.3
-64.1
-2.2
-9.8
-8.2






































PLANNING REGION 9


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Table 66 Summary of Census Socio-Econoiic Data for Planning Region 9


I 1960 to
I T E M 1950 1960 1970 1970


TOTAL POPULATION . . .
Residence: urban. . . .
rural. . . .
total. . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . ... ..
Other . . . .
total . . .
Age: under 18 years ... . ..
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . .....
over 16 years. . . . .
total. I/. ..............
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 ... .. ... .. ..
$7,000 to $9,999 .. ........
$10,000 to $14,999 ..........
$15,000 and over . . .
total 3/. ... . . .
median family income (dollars) . .
per capital income (dollars). / . .
I'ICOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bp . . .
total persons bpl. . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . ..
substandard units. 5. . . .
crowded units. 6/. ..... .. .
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. /. . .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed .9/ . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars) . .......
forest products (dollars)12 ......
livestock (dollars). . . .
Number of farms. . . .
sales under $2,500 / . ..
$2,500 to $19,999. . ..
$20,000 and over 12/ . . .
Land in farms (acres) ..........
harvested cropland (acres) ......


I --------------


42,428
13,195
29,233
42,428
32,598
9,373
457
42,428
13,267
25,471
3,690
42,428

12,665
4,210
4,325
3,110
25,110

4,145


7,050
2,790
270
205
11,215


-------Number-----------------Percent
of
93,955 186,343 Total
45,290 119,485 64.1
48,665 66,858 35.9
93,955 186,343 100.0
78,776 165,675 88.9
14,534 19,559 10.5
645 1,109 1.1
93,955 186,343 100.0
31,003 52,932 28.4
51,446 97,475 52.3
11,506 35,936 19.3
93.955 186.343 100.0


22,325
11,080
13,391
9,120
55,916

7,570


8,241
11,743
3,058
S1,594
S913
25,549


31,675
23,807
37,311
S13,864
12,612
119,269

15,482


7,377
17,210
10,506
10,783
8,725
54,601


26.6
19.9
31.3
11.6
10.6
100.0

8.3


13.5
31.5
19.2
19.7
15.9
100.0


Percent
Change
98.3
163.8
37.4
98.3
110.3
34.6
71.9
98.3
70.7
89.5
212.3
98.3

41.9
114.9
178.6
190.3
113.3

104.5


-10.5
46.6
243.6
576.5
855.6
113.7


6,468 11.8
27;850 14.9 ---


13,063
7,318

2,839
2,786



1,014
1,948
2,131
1,897
2,032
2,201
619
2,276
2,124
16,603


L8,795,095
13,487,263
45,732
5,262,100
934
203
274
102
2,217,921
46,495


30,405
21,396

2,835
4,885



2,555
4,520
5,516
5,021
3,892
2,487
660
3,108
4,398
33,435


37,187,902
22,677,709
6,943,065
7,567,128
723
46
197
202
1,667,869
61,278


66,725
50,387

3,841
5,650



6,834
7,016
14,834
10,717
5,895
4,235
644
3,463
8,841
62,479


97,323,455
78,980,658


972
389
277
303
1,784,577
151,513


100.0
75.5

5.8
8.5



10.9
11.2
23.7
17.2
9.4
6.8
1.0
5.5
14.2
100.0


100.0
81.2


100.0
40.0
28.5
31.2
100.0
8.5


119.5
135.5

35.5
15.7



16.7
55.2
168.9
113.4
51.5
70.3
-2.4
11.4
101.0
86.9


161.7
248.3


34.4
745.7
40.6
50.0
6.9
147.3


-


i








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Table 67 Summary of Census Socio-Econanic Data for Charlotte County


I TEM 1950 1960 1970 1970
____ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___19700


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural. . . .
total . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . . .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over . . .
total . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years . . ...
over 16 years . . .
total. / . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . ... .
$3,000 to $6,999 . ......
$7,000 to $9,999 . ....
$10,000 to $14,999 . ...
$15,000 and over . .....
total 31 . . .
median family income (dollars) . .
per capital income (dollars). 4/ .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . ..
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units. 5/ . . .
crowded units. 6 . . .
median contract rent (dollars) .....
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm... . .
farmers and farm managers . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars) . ......
forest products (dollars). ./ .. ..
livestock (dollars) . . .
Number of farms . . . .
sales under $2,500 1/ . .
$2,500 to $19,999.. . .
$20,000 and over / . .
Land in farms (acres) . ......
harvested cropland (acres) .. .....


--------------------Number-------------Percent
of
4,286 12,594 27,559 Total
0 7,397 16,491 59.1
4,286 5,197 11,068 40.9
4,286 12,594 27,559 100.0
3,614 11,869 26,733 97.1
661 717 733 2.7
11 8 93 .2
4,286 12,594 27,559 100.0
1,168 3,207 5,083 18.9
2,488 6,763 12,815 46.1
630 2,624 9,661 35.0
4,286 12,594 27,559 100.0


1,420
420
495
230
2,605


430


810
185
25
10
1,130
1,750
849


1,498
982
4,006
205
235
24.76

104
202
192
165
161
292
50
113
210
1,517


616,564
221,133
33,965
361,466
113
28
20
5
406,624
1,338


3,237
1,875
2,071
1,513
8,696


1,036


1,291
1,958
348
1 211
85
3,893
3,918
1,221


4,699
3,796
11,400
127
510
62

264
508
719
664
353
366
52
108
496
3,656


2,114,638
527,414
498,501
1,088,723
63
5
20
18
235,056
2,392


5,562
4,384
6,986
2,387
1,860
21,179
12.10

2,657


1,490
3,803
1,665
1,406
996
9,360
6,255
2,996


972
3,551


11,668
9,989
15,000
305
467
77

775
717
1,678
1,276
632
462
56
108
1,130
6,834


3,384,065
2,528,719


153
73
55
25
218,007
9,155


26.3
20.7
33.0
11.3
8.8
100.0


9.6


15.9
40.6
17.8
15.0
10.6
100.0


Percent
Change
118.8
122.9
112.9
118.8
125.2
2.2
1062.5
118.8
58.5
89.5
268.2
118.8

71.8
133.8
237.3
180.7
143.5


156.5


15.4
94.2
378.4
566.4
107.2
140.4
59.6
145.4


10.4 ---
12.9 ---


100.0
85.6

2.6
4.0


11.3
10.5
24.6
18.7
9.2
6.8
.8
1.6
16.5
100.0


100.0
74.7


100.0
47.7
35.9
16.3
100.0
4.2


148.3
163.1
31.6
140.2
-8.4
24.2

193.6
41.1
133.4
92.2
79.0
26.2
7.7
0.0
127.8
86.9


60.0
569.1


142.9
1360.0
175.0
38.9
-7.3
282.7









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Table 68 Summary of Census Soclo-Economic Data for Collier County


ITEM


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban. . . .
rural. . . .
total. . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . . ..
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . . .
over 16 years. . . . .
total. 1/. . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . . .
total 3/ .... . . .
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital Income (dollars). .4/ .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl .. .... ..
total persons bpl. . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units. .5/ . . .
crowded units. 1/. ... .... .. .
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. /. . .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed / . ..
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars). ...........
forest products (dollars). j0 .....
livestock (dollars). . . .
Number of farms . . . .
sales under $2,500 . ...
$2,500 to $19,999. . ..
$20,000 and over ./. . .
Land in farms (acres). .........
harvested cropland (acres) . .


1950


1960


1970


1960 to
1970


---------------------Number----------------PercenPercent
of Change
6,488 15,753 38,040 Total 141.5
0 7,879 25,159 66.1 219.3
6,488 7,874 12,881 33.9 63.6
6,488 15,753 38,040 100.0 141.5
4,502 13,295 34,706 91.4 161.0
1,810 2,280 3,178 8.4 39.4
176 178 156 .2 -12.4
6,488 15,753 38,040 100.0 141.5
2,142 5,681 11,672 30.9 105.5
4,022 8,781 21,045 55.1 139.7
324 1,291 5,323 14.0 312.3
6.488 15.753 38.040 100.0 141.5


2,250
455
535
310
3,640

920


970
365
40
40
1,550
2,189
1,919


1,852
678
5,026
617
574
18.33

108
299
207
265
429
610
102
460
344
2,892


3,559,958
1,448,948

2,111,010
193
42
92
31
466,874
3,080


3,435
1,703
"1, l54
1,495
8,787

1,301


1 ,217
1,818
468
| 297
) 264
4,064
4,673
1,819


4,850
3,009
12,900
807
1,109
54


482
746
901
846
709
478
114
757
825
6,041


4,117,712
3,004,744
161,429
951,539
94
21
35
32
316,424
5,348


5,869
3,799
7,040
2,924
S3,601-
23,233
12.28
3,122


1,141
2,733
2,009
2,169
2,706
10,758
9,136
4,196


1,196
6,016


13,012
9,107
21,900
873
1,470
109


1,667
1,736
2,900
2,180
1,071
985
126
1,117
2,122
13,904


17,729,101
16,100,697
8,000
1,620,404
116
29
27
59
309,914
23,934


25.3
16.4
30.3
12.6
15.5
100.0

8.2


10.6
25.4
18.7
20.2
25.1
100.0


70.9
123.1
226.8
j 336.5
164.4

139.9


-6.2
50.3
329.3
630.3
925.0
164.7
95.5
130.7


11.1 --
15.8 ---


100.0
70.0

6.7
11.3



12.0
12.5
20.9
15.7
7.7
7.1
.9
8.0
15.3
100.0


100.0
90.8
.05
9.1
100.0
25.0
23.3
50.9
100.0
7.7


168.3
202.7
69.8
8.2
32.6
101.9


245.9
132.7
221.9
157.7
51.1
106.1
10.5
47.6
157.2
130.2


330.6
435.8
-95.0
70.3
23.4
38.1
-22.9
84.4
-2.1
347.5


-I _I ;1 _1







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Table 69 Summary of Census Soclo-Econoric Data for Glades County


ITE M 1950 1960 1970 1970
I


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural . . .
total . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . . .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over . . .
total . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years .. . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years . . . .
over 16 years . . .
total. 1/ . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . . .
total 3/. . .
median family income (dollars) .....
per capital income (dollars). . .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . ..
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units.5/ . . .
crowded units.6/ . . .
median contract rent (dollars) ... ..
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. /. .... .
farmers and farm managers . .
farm laborers and farm foremen .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed 2/ . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars) . ......
forest products (dollars). .2/ .. ..
livestock (dollars) . . .
Number of farms . . . .
sales under $2,500 . ..
$2,500 to $19,999. / .. ..
$20,000 and over 2/ . .
Land in farms (acres) . . .
harvested cropland (acres) . .


--------------------Number---------------Percent
of
2,199 2,950 3,669 Total
0 0 0 00.0
2,199 2,950 3,669 100.0
2,199 2,950 3,669 100.0
1,301 1,727 2,525 65.9
764 1,013 893 24.3
134 210 251 9.8
2,199 2,950 3,669 100.0
759 1,052 1,419 38.3
1,308 1,718 1,916 52.1
132 180 334 9.6
2,199 2,950 3,669 100.0


865
155
145
105
1,280

175


370
110
5
5
505
1,500
1,590


1,035
308
157
93
1,593

440


265
315
53
1 27
1 10
670
3,625
1,523


857
468
450
i 117
60
1,952
9.76
332


133
377
163
129
71
873
6,165
1,892


43.9
24.0
23.1
6.0
3.1
100.0

9.0


15.2
43.2
18.7
14.8
8.1
100.0


I
i


163 18.7
878 23.9


618
277
2,412
125
113
25.82

41
92
57
59
70
68
58
406
73
936


2,490,875
896,571
3,500
1,590,804
85
20
15
17
530,775
4,434


789
456
5,100
96
221


78
85
72
141
179
83
37
381
168
1,241


3,440,883
1,289,314

2,151,569
128
5
30
32
332,397
3,871


1,115
721
8,900
233
201
47

53
86
188
158
147
76
78
308
153
1,247


8,676,021
3,323,421
71,935
5,280,665.
149
56
40
52
457,207
11,129


100.0
64.7

20.9
18.0


4.3
6.9
15.1
12.7
11.8
6.1
6.3
24.7
12.3
100.0


100.0
38.3
.8
60.9
100.0
37.6
26.8
34.9
100.0
2.4


41.3
58.1
74.5
142.7
-9.0


-32.1
1.2
121.2
12.1
-17.9
-8.4
110.8
-19.2
-8.9
.5


152.1
157.8

145.4
16.4
1020.0
33.3
62.5
28.5
187.5


Percent
Change
24.4
00.0
24.4
24.4
46.2
-11.8
22.4
24.4
34.9
11.5
85.6
24.4

-17.2
51.9
186.6
S90.3
22.5

-24.5


-49.8
19.7
207.5
377.8
610.0
30.3
70.1
-19.5








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Table 70 Summary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Hendry County


196 to
I TEM 1950 1960 1970 1970

---------------------Number-------------- Percent Percent


of


Change


TOTAL POPULATION . ... 6,051 8,119 11,859 Total 46.1
Residence: urban. .. .. 0 3,114 3,896 32.9 25.1
rural 6,051 5,005 7,963 67.1 59.1
total ............ 6,051 8,119 11,859 100.0 46.1
Race White . . 4,471 5,921 8,905 76.0 50.4
Black ............... 1,448 1,984 2,607 21.9 31.4
Other . . . .. 132 214 347 2.1 62.1
total . . ... 6,051 8,119 11,859 100.0 46.1
Age: under 18 years ..... . 2,154 3,207 4,688 39.9 46.2
18 to 64 years .... . ... 3,617 4,440 6,320 53.1 42.3
65 years and over; .. .. 280 472 851 6.9 80.3
total ............ 6,051 8,119 11,859 100.0 46.1
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years ... ..... ..... 1,650 2,107 2,236 37,4 6.1
9-11 years . . . ... 640 857 1,563 26.2 82.4
12 years .... . . 450 735 1,345 22.5 82.9
13-16 years . . . 295 444 376 6.3 86.3
over 16 years . .. .451 7.6
total. 1/ . . . .. 3,190 4,143 5,971 100.0 44.1
median education . ---- .---- 10.44 --- -
TOTAL UNRELATED IiDIVDCALS. ..... 535 665 812 6.8 22.1
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . .. . 840 665 428 14.4 -35.6
$3,000 to $6,999. . ..... 565 950 1,054 35.3 10.9
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .20 251 544 18.2 116.7
$10,000 to $14,999 ........ 20 3 106 591 19.8 457.5
$15,000 and over ... .. 365 12.2 104.1
total .3 ........ 1,540 2,004 2,982 100.0 48.8
median famTly income (dollars) .. 2,461 4,127 7,042 70.6
per capital income (dollars). / . 271 4,003 2,410 --- -39.8
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl. . .. ----506 17.0
total persons bpl. .. .. . ---.. --- 2,358 20.0
HOUSING
total occupied units . 1,694 2,355 3.617 100.0 53.6
owner occupied units . ... 815 1,302 2,211 61.1 69.8
median value (dollars) . .. 3,247 7,600 11,300 48.7
substandard units. 5 .. ... 235 417 777 21.5 86.3
crowded units.6 ... . 732 624 654 18.1 4.8
median contract rent (dollars) . 23.87 31 57 83.9
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred 174 238 406 9.0 70.6
managers and administrators. . .. 219 313 365 8.1 16.6
sales, clerical, and kindred . .. 274 423 812 18.0 91.9
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .. 338 496 778 17.2 56.9
operatives, inc. transport . 380 413 472 10.5 14.3
laborers, except farm. .8/ . .. 303 239 297 6.6 24.3
farmers and farm managers . 71 166 166 3.7 00.0
farm laborers and farr: foremen .. .. 277 386 638 14.1 65.3
service workers, inc. private household. 267 439 581 12.9 32.3
total employed ./ . . .. 2,391 3,224 4,515 100.0 40.0
AGRICULTURE/
Farm Sales (dollars). ...... .. ..6,902,904 1q,9,,? 57, 7?,~94 100.0 167.3
crops (dollars) ...... . 6,048,621 16,038,032 42,096,052 82.9 162.5
forest products (dollars)./. .. 3,201 164,685 133,406. .3 -19.0
livestock (dollars) ....... . 851,082 2,786,332 8,520,036 16.8 205.8
Number of farms . . .. 148 187 228 100.0 21.9
sales under $2,500 .1;/. ... .. 18 5 65 28.5 1200.0
$2,500 to $19,999. .12. ......... 41 55 64 28.1 16.4
$20,000 and over 12. .. ....... 25 37 98 43.0 164.9
Land in farms (acres) ....... 636,396 641,483 657,490 100.0 2.5
harvested cropland (acres) . .. 28,385 38,480 87,493 13.3 127.4


~.... ..~.. _t I-- i-- ---------








Table 71. Summary of Census Socio-Econonic Data for Lee County


M 1950 1960 1970 190to
I T E H 1950 1960 1970 1970
I| -- j 1


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban .. . ..
rural . ........
total . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . . .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over . . .
total . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years . . . .
over 16 years . . .
total. / . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . ... .
$3,000 to $6,999 . ......
$7,000 to $9,999 . ......
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .
$15,000 and over . . .
total .3/ . . . .
median family income (dollars) . .
per capital income (dollars)./ . .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units.51 . . .
crowded units.6 . .......
median contract rent (dollars) ..
OCCUPATION 1/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm.. . .
farmers and farm managers . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed / . .
AGRICULTURE2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars) . . .
forest products (dollars).J/. . .
livestock (dollars) . .
Number of farms . . .
sales under $2,500 .1/. . .
$2,500 to $19,999. /. . .
$20,000 and over /. . .
Land in farms (acres) . .
harvested cropland (acres) . .


----------------- Number----- --------Percent
of
23,404 54,539 105,216 Total
13,195 26,900 73,939 70.3
10,209 27,639 31,277 29.7
23,404 54,539 105,216 100.0
18,710 45,964 92,806 88.3
4,690 8,540 12,148 11.5
4 35 262 .1
23,404 54,539 105,216 100.0
7,044 17,856 30,070 28.9
14,036 29,744 55,379 52.3
2,324 6,939 19,767 18.8
23,404 54,539 105,216 100.0


6,480
2,540
2,700
2,170
14,395


2,085


4,060
1,565
180
130
6,490
2,119
1,212


12,511
6,337
8,274
5,575
32,697


4,128


4,803
6,702
1,938
953
522
14,918
4,286
1,590


17,151
13,593
21,490
{ 8,060
S6,640
66,934
12.13

8,559


4,185
9,243
6,125
6,488
4,587
30,628
7,878
3,095


25.6
20.3
32.1
12.0
9.9
100.0


8.1


13.7
30.2
20.0
21.2
15.0
100.0


3,631 11.9
15,047 14.3


7,401
4,626
'4,929
1,657
1,132
29.27

587
1,136
1,401
1,070
992
928
338
1,020
1,230
8,867


5,224,794
4,871,990
5,066
347,738
395
95
106
24
177,252
9,258


17,712
12,833
11,700
1,388
2,421
56

1,493
2,868
3,401
2,874
2,238
1,321
291
1,476
2,470
19,273


8,525,620
1,818,205
6,118,450
588,965
251
10
57
83
142,509
11,187


37,313
28,359
17,500
1,653
2,858
88

3,933
4,112
9,256
6,325
3,573
2,415
218
1,292
4,855
35,979


16,784,774
14,931,769
1,800
1,851,205
'326
166
91
69
141,959
19,802


100.0
76.0

4.4
7.7


10.9
11.4
25.7
17.6
9.9
6.7
.6
3.6
13.5
100.0


100.0
89.0
00.0
11.0
100.0
50.9
27.9
21.2
100.0
13.9


110.7
211.4
49.6
19.1
18.1
57.1

163.4
43.4
172.2
120.1
59.7
82.8
-25.1
-12.5
96.6
S86.7


96.9
721.2
-100.0
214.3
29.9
94.0
59.6
-16.9
-.4
77.0


Percent
Change
92.9

174.9
13.2
92.9
85.2
42.2
648.6
92.9
68.4
86.2
184.9
92.9

37.1
114.5
159.7
163.7
104.7

107.3


-12.9
37.9
215.9
580.8
778.7
105.3
83.8
94.7










































PLANNING REGION 10


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Table 72 Surmmary of Census Socio-Economic Data for Planning Region 10


ITEM 1950 1960 1970 1970


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural. . . .
total. .. . ..
Race: White . . . .
Black . . ..
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years .............
18 to 64 years ....... ..
65 years and over ... ..
total . . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years .... . ..
9-11 years . . .. .
12 years . . ..... .
13-16 years. ..... . ...
over 16 years .. .... . ..
total. 1/. . .... .. ..
median education . . .
TOTAL 0rRELATED INDIVIDUALS. .........
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . ... .
$3,000 to $6,999 ....... .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . .. . .
$15,000 and over . . .. .
total .31 . .. . .
median family income (dollars). .
per capital income (dollars). /. .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl ...... ......
total persons bpl. ....... ..
HOUSING
total occupied units .. ....
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) ...... ..
substandard units.51 .. . .. .
crowded units. 6/ . ... . .
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. .. .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. ..
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm.8 . .
farmers and farm managers.. .. .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed . . .
AGRICULTURE/ *
Farm Sales (dollars) . ... ... .
crops (dollars). . .. .
forest products (dollars). 1 . .
livestock (dollars) . . .
Number of farms. ...........
sales under $2,500 .1I/. .. .....
$2,500 to $19,999. ./. . .
$20,000 and over . .
Land in farms (acres). ...... ....
harvested cropland (acres) ......


---------------------Number---------- ercentPercent
of Change
751,649 1,601,246 2,368,102 Total 47.9
660,451 1,469,759 2,253,984 95.2 53.4
91,198 131,487 114,118 4.8 -13.2
751,649 1,603,246 2,368,102 100.0 47.9
618,283 1,333,597 2,005,187 84.7 50.4
132,560 264,962 352,235 14.9 32.9
806 2,687 10,680 .5 297.5
751,649 1,601,246 2,368,102 100.0 47.9
193,842 508,169 689,663 29.1 35.7
499,729 922,584 1,316,244 55.6 42,7
58,078 170,493 362,195 15.3 112.4
751.649 1.601.246 2,368.102 100.0 47.9


179,740
85,980
120,250
79,905
481,495

87,460


99,900
77,320
8,400
8,715
207,215


322,960
192,235
268,627
183,739
967,561

155,418


104,720
196,565
72,199
34,928
1 21,542
429,954


407,108
269,273
447,076
174,840
153,154
1,451,451

209,965


67,520
158,681
125,484
151,677
134,933
638,295


28.0
18.6
30.8
12.0
10.6
100.0

8.9


10.6
24.9
19.7
23,8
21.1
100.0


26,1
40.1
66.4
78.5
50.0

35.1


35.1
-19.3
73.8
334.3
526.4
48.5


65,719 10.3
319,379 13.5


233,794
126,069

16,000
34,988



26,462
40,432
61,450
42,409
31,829
19,202
3,904
16,912
53,387
299,629


60,550,372
40,082,799
43,944
20,423,629
3,300
566
942
439
1,215,163
159,160


524,612
330,268

14,214
60,711



60,451
71,260
136,659
79,454
65,567
28,337
3,430
19,872
95,491
598,340


129,256,568
75,806,191
15,433,164
38,017,213
2,826
148
906
836
1,015,594
194,324'


817,728
504,763

24,115
87,231



121,418
87,658
254,674
132,145
113,534
46,339
2,575
14,492
142,825
915,660


243,825,187
206,470,121
29,586
37,325,480
S2,357
689
811
850
1,204,122
428,385


100.0
61.7

2.9
10.7


13.3
9.6
27.8
14.4
12.4
5.1
.3
1.6
15.6
100.0


100.0
84.7
0.0
15.3
100.0
29.2
34.4
36.1
100.0
35.6


55.9
52.8

69.7
43.7


100.9
23,0
86.4
66.3
73.2
63.5
-24.9
-27.1
49.6
53.0


88.6
172.4
-99.8
-1.8
-16.6
365.5
-10.5
1.7
18.6
120.4


1970 Planning Region totals do not include Monroe County.










Table 73 Summary of Census Soclo-Economic Data for Broward County


ITEM 10 1960 197 0to
I TE M 1950 1960 1970 1 1970


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural . . .
total. . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . ..
Age: under 18 years . . ...
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . . .
over 16 years. . . . .
total. 1/. . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . .. .. .
$3,000 to $6,999 ........ .. .
$7,000 to $9,999 ...........
$10,000 to $14,999 . . .. .
$15,000 and over . . ..
total 3/. . . . ..
median family income (dollars) . .
per capital income (dollars).4 ... .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . .
total persons bpl. . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units. 5/. . . .
crowded units. 6/. ..........
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 11
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. . .
sales, clerical, and kindred .. .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred ....
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm.8/ . .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen ,
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed / . . .
AGRICULTURE/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars). ...........
forest products (dollars).lIP/. ..
livestock (dollars). . . .
Number of farms . . . .
sales under $2,500 .1/. . .
$2,500 to $19,999. . .
$20,000 and over .1/. . .
Land in farms (acres). . . .
harvested cropland (acres) . .


--------------------Number------------- Percent
of
83,933 333,946 620,100 Total
64,787 322,597 613,797 98.9
19,146 11,349 6,303 1.0
83,933 333,946 620,100 100.0
62,574 278,624 540,637 87.2
21,178 54,816 77,444 12.5
181 506 2,019 .3
83,933 333,946 620,100 100.0
24,413 108,373 174,416 28.2
53,187 187,376 334,506 53.8
6,333 38,197 111,178 17.9
83,933 333,946 620,100 100.0


61,829
40,180
61,547
38,992
202,548

22,967


23,184
43,588
14,766
7,074
4,875
93,487
4,996
2,215


95,078
80,454
130,997
49,001
38,387
393,917
12.96
16,056


15,861
42,794
35,756
44,540
39,240
178,191
9,539
3,930


24.1
20.4
33.3
12.4
9.1
100.0

2.6


8.9
24.0
20.1
25.0
22.0
100.0


20,455
9,040
11,810
8,350
51,970

7,150


12,005
7,535
870
865
23,320
2,682
1,611


14,099 7.9 ---
65,536 10.6 ---


26,533
15,825
-8,510
2,250
4,649
50.96

2,374
4,556
5,795
4,449
2,864
2,894
858
2,119
5,773
32,279


14,185,494
6,463,400
271
7,721,823
423
78
128
99
139,235
31,867


108,602
80,648
13,900
2,486
11,826
71

10,607
16,641
25,311
17,347
11,685
6,641
797
3,031
19,645
117,542


17,079,919
3,395,990
2,005,454
11,678,475
394
21
118
118
80,821
14,924


222,563
161,962
20,000
3,837
14,822
131

28,664
24,449
65,873
37,957
22,509
11,518
533
1,449
35,751
228,703


17,499,079
9,450,644
2,600
8,045,835
291
95
105
90
60,761
16,404


100.0
72.8

1.7
6.7


12.5
10.7
28.8
16.6
9.8
5.0
.2
.6
15.6
100.0


100.0
54.0
0.0
46.0
100.0
32.6
36.1
30.9
100.0
27.0


104.9
100.8
43.9
54.3
25.3
84.5

170.2
46.9
160.3
118.8
92.6
73.4
-33.1
-52.2
81.9
94.6


2.5
178.3
-99.9
-31.1
-26.1
352.4
-11.0
-23.7
-24.8
9.9


Percent
Change
85.7
90.3
-44.5
85.7
94.0
41.3
299.0
85.7
60.9
78.5
191.1
85.7

53.8
100.2
112.8
124.1
94.5

-30.1


-31.6
-1.8
142.2
529.6
704.9
90.6
90.9
77.4












Table 74. Summary of Census Soclp-Economic Data for Dade County


I TE 1950 1960 1970 1970

j------------------- --j..ter-.---------------rercent ercpnt


TOTAL POPULATION *, .... .. .
Residence: urban . .. .
rural. . .
total. .... .... ..
Race: white. -, .
Black .
Other . . .
total . .
Age: under 180 ears ,. ....
18 to 64 years .. ., ... .
65 years and over, ... . .
total . .
Educatte- completed, people over 24
under 9 years .. . ... .
9-11 years . ..... .. .
12 )cars .. .... .. ...
13-l1 years .. .
over 16 years'. . .
total. 1/ .. ... ., .
median education . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 .. .. .. .. ., .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . .. .
$10,000 to $ 4,999 ... .
$15,000 and over
total 3/, . .. .
median family income (dollars)i .. ..
per capital Income (dollars). 4/. ..
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl .. . ..
total persons bpl. .. ... .. '.
HOUSING
total occupied units . .
owner occupied units .. .
median value (dollars)... ... ; .
substandard unitsi. ... .
crowded units.6A . .. ....
median contract rent (dollars) .
OCCUPATION I
professional, technical, and kindred ,.
managers and'administrators... .....
sa'es, clerical, and kindred ..
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. ....
operatives, inc. transport .. ..
laborers, except farm. S/. ..
farmers and farm -aragers, ; .
farm laborers and farm foremen ;. .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed . .-..
AGRICULTURE 1'
Farm Sales (dollars) .. .
crops (dollars). .. ..-.
forest products ceMal3rs). iL .
livestock (dollars). .. ... ....
Number of farms. .. ... ..
sales under $2,500 ; .
$2,500 to $'9,99. 0 . .
$20,000 and over 1 .... ..
Land in farm, (acres) .... .
harvested crrplar,, acres . .


495,084
S466,079
29,005
495,084
429,692
64,947
445
495,084
122,080
335,249
37,755
495,084

114, -.
59,570
85,840


326,180

- -,, .


6,425
1 ..:
139,-"
3,130
1,654


935,047
894,342
40,705
935,047
796,054
137,299
1,694
935,047
292,449
548,644
93,954
935,047

189,580o
114,346
155,534
110,119
569,579

95,699


56,756
112,525
44,954
{ 21,807
13,050.
249,092
5,348
2,337:


1,267,792
1,246,725
21,067
1,267,792
1,071,662
189,666
6,464
1,267,792
370,656.
-724,419
172,717
1,267,792

236,395
133,541
226,859
f89,693
1 83,025 *:
769,513
12.07
141,424


35,428'
80,259
64,419
78,785
70,804'
329,695
9,245
3,467


To
98
I

84
14

100
29
56
13
100

30
17
29
11
10
100

11


of Change
tal 35.
,.4 39.4
.6 -48.2
1.0 35.6
.6 34,6
..9 38.1
.4 281.6
.0 35.6
.4 26.7
1.9 32.0
1.7 83.8
).0 35.6

.7, 24.7
.4 16.8
.5 45.9
.7 56.8
.8
.0 35.1

.1 47.8


10.7
24.3
19.5
23.9
21.5
100.0


-37.6
-28.7
43.3
261.3
442.6
32.4
72.9
48.4


35,909 10.9 --
177,886 14.0


154,462
83,282
S9,473
6,991
20,117
62.37

19,503
28,216.
45,281
30,080
21,697
11,356,
1,444
2,945
37,193
1. 99,892.


19,197,516
12,268,709

6,928,757
1,301,
197
466
138
S94,780
33,870


308,325
183,103
14,200
6,076
32,603
75'

39, 5
40,411
89,952
46,977
40,447
14,814
1,430
4,236
57,267
360,097


36,673,267
23,69-', 2
6,346. :
6,627,483
1,168
45
331
330
128,550
60,362


428,026
231,550
19,100
11,911
56,884
123

68,666
46,785
146,825
69,745
71,987
24,597
1,116
3,688
79,755.
513,164


51,428,352
48,161,670
S 292
3,266,390
782
300
259
.221
79,056
58,758


100.0
54.1

2.8
13.3


13.4
9.1,
28,6
13.6
14.0
4.8
.2
.7
15.5
100.0


100.0
93.6
0.0
6.4
100.0
38.4
S33.1
28.3
100.0
74.3


38.8
26.5
34.5
96.0
74.5
64.0

75.1
15.8
63.2
48.5
77.9
66.0
-21.9
-12.9
39.3
42,5


40.2
103.2
-100.0
-50.7
-33.0
566.7
-21.6
-33.0
-38.5
-2.7


YY"' __~~1i ~-IL IY-I~L-_IIYYY_ ii~. -II__~I


i












Table 75 Sunrary of Census Socio-Econofic Data for Martin County


1960 to
ITEM 1950 1960 1970 1970
,_ 96i1


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban. . . .
rural. . . .
total. . . .
Race: White . . . .
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years ........ .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years .... ... . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . ....
over 16 years. . . . .
total. /. . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . .. .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . . ...
$15,000 and over . . .
total / . . . .
median family income (dollars) . .
per capital Income (dollars).4/ .. .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . . ..
total persons bpl . . ...
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units.5 . . .
crowded units. / ......... .
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .. .
operatives, inc. transport . ..
laborers, except farm. . .. .
farmers and farm managers .......
farm laborers and farm foremen .....
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed 2 . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars). . . .
forest products (dollars). 101 . .
livestock (dollars). . . .
Number of farms. . . . .
sales under $2,500 . ..
$2,500 to $19,999. /. . .
$20,000 and over .1/. . ..
Land in farms (acres). .........
harvested cropland (acres) . .


-------------------Number---------------Percent
of
7,807 16,932 28,035 Total
2,912 4,791 4,820 16.8
4,895 12,141 23,215 83.2
7,807 16,932 28,035 100.0
5,604 13,513 23,705 84.8
2,203 3,392 4,192 14.9
0 27 138 .2
7,807 16,932 28,035 100.0
2,207 5,365 7,946 28.1
4,769 8,915 14,105 50.9
831 2,652 5,984 21.0
7,807 16,932 28,035 100.0

2,235 3,972 5,089 28.9
665 2,237 3,526 20.0
775 2,599 5,618 31.9
590 1,586 2,010 11.4
1,391 7.9
4,540 10,394 17,634 100.0
--- --- 12.04 ---
750 1,416 2,853 10.2


1,265
310
40
65
1,800
1,946
1,082


2,521
1,580
5,166
418
407
29.06

185
397
334
347
223
352
146
509
492
3,035


1,213,142
847,772
35,687
329,683
205
32
27
22
214,449
3,280


1,471
2,329
531
( 241
212
4,784
4,295
1,720


5,711
4,015
11,200
552
768
54

439
965
834
763
565
441
106
664
899
5,841


7,493,457
1,769,986
3,623,228
2,100,243
116
25
21
45
126,618
6,031


1,344
2,523
1,616
1,610
962
8,055
7,285
2,931


1,268
5,472


10,122
7,777
15,200
616
995
71

894
799
1,774
1,519
937
628
123
841
1,417
8,932


19,141,639
14,661,939
21,119
4,458,581
182
42
65
75
212,353
39,092


16.7
31.3
20.1
20.0
11.9
100.0


15.7 ---
19.5 ---


100.0
76.8

6.1
9.8


10.0
8.9
19.9
17.0
10.5
7.0
1.4
9.4
15.9
100.0


100.0
76.6
.1
23.3
100.0
23.1
35.7
41.2
100.0
18.4


77.2
93.7
35.7
11.6
29.6
31.5

103.6
-17.2
112.7
99.1
65.8
42.4
16.0
26.7
57.6
52.9


155.4
728.4
-99.4
112.3
56.9
68.0
209.5
66.7
67.7
548.2


percent
Change
65.6
.6
91.2
65.6
75.4
23.6
411.1
65.6
48.1
58.2
125.6
65.6

28.1
57.6
116.2
114.4
69.7

101.5


-8.6
8.3
204.3
568.0
353.8
69.0
69.6
70.4










Table 76 Summary of Census Soclo-Econoirc Data for Monroe County


I TEM 1950 1960 1970 1970

S -------- ----------Nuimer --------- Percent Percent


TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban. .. . .
rural ... ... .. .
total. . . .
Race: White . .. . .
Black . .. . .
Other .. . .
total . . .. .
Age: under 18 years ............
18 to 64 years .. .... .. .. .
65 years and over . . .
total . . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years . . .
9-11 years . . .
12 years. . . ..
13-16 years. .. .. ..
over 16 years .. ... ..;
total.l/ . . ... .
median education . . .
TOTAL 'jNREL TED I''CIVID. LS.. .. ...
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . .... .
$3,000 to $6,gg9 .... .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . ..
$10,000 to $14,999 ...... .r ....
$15,000 and over .. ...
total .31 ... ... ... .... ...
median family income (dollars) ..
per capital income (dollars).4.....
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . ... .
total persons bpl ... ....
HOUSING
total occupied units.. ..., ..
owner occupied units .......
median value (dollars) .. . ..
substandard units. I ..... .
crowded units.6/ . ....
median contract rent (dollars) .....
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. ..... .
sales, clerical, and kindred ... ..
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. ... .
operatives, inc. transport ..... .
laborers, except farm./ .. .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed / . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/ *
Farm Sales (dollars) ... .... .
crops (dollars). . . ..
forest products (dollars). _10 .....
livestock (dollars) . .
Number of farms. . . . .
sales under $2,500 2l . .. .
$2,500 to $19,999. 1 . .
$20,000 and over 121 . .
Land in farms (acres) .. ... ...
harvested cropland (acres) .. .


29,957 47,921
26,433 33,956


3,524
29,957
26,736
3,157
64
29,957
7,497
20,992
1,468
29,957

5,920
3,085
3,825
1,895
15,125

7,675


3,285
2,280
190
105
6,250
1,631
1,631


13,965
47,921
42,952
4,770
199
47,921
15,370
29,870
2,681
47,921

8,707
5,271
6,682
3,587
24,247

8,430


2,809
6,036,
1,606
- 680
S266
11,397
4,660
1 ,9 38i


7,317 .-


632 1,070
1,287. 2,421
38.44 65


556
946
1,111
1,125
698
857
15
17
1,052
6,474


10,460
9,550

910
5
1
1

397,
101


1,170
1,632
2,492
1,698
1,145
1,039
24
27
1,913
12,324


50,425
6,905
7,320
36,200
15

10

904
59


of
52,586 Total
37,643 71.2
14,943 28.8
52,586 100.0
47,690 91.2
4,222 8.0
674 .8
52,586 100.0
15,701 29.9
32,389 61,6
4,496 8.6
52,586 100.0

6,596 23.5
5,762 20.5
10,120 36.0
f 3,038 10.8
2,569 9.1
28,085 100.0
12.17 ----
8,054 15.3


1,976
4,464'
2,801.
2,646
1,678
13,565
7,334



1,904
8,019



16,200
993
1,863
93

1,607
1,756
3,994
2,211
1,144
1,123
62
101
2,867
14,865


14.6
32.8
20.6
19.5
12.4
100.0


14.0 ---
15.2 -


100.0
54.4

5.9
11.1


10.8
11.8
26.9
14.9
7.7
7.6
.4
.7
19.3
100.0


*1970 totals for state include Monroe County
giving data for single farms.


,ut date were not recorded separately for this county to avoid


22.4
39.4
48.6
-7.2
-23.0
43.1

37.4
7.6
60.3
30.2
-.09
8.1
158.3
274.1
49.9
20.6


- --- ~1... ----


Change
9.7
10.9
7.0
9.7
11.0
-11.5
238.7
9.7
2.2
8.4
67.7
9.7

-24.2
9.3
51.5
56.3
15.8

-4.5


-29.7
-26.0
74.4
289.1
530.8
19.0
57.4
46.6








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Table 77 Suinary of Census Soclo-Econovic Data for Palm Beach County


ITE M



TOTAL POPULATION . . . .
Residence: urban. . . .
rural. . . ...
total. . . .
Race: White . . ....
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years ........ .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over. . . .
total . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . . .
13-16 years. . . . ...
over 16 years. . . . .
total / . . . .
median education . . .
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . . .
$7,000 to $9,999 . . .
$10,000 to $14,999 . ... ... .
$15,000 and over . ... .... ....
total .3 . . . .
median family income (dollars) . .
per capital income (dollars).41 ..... .
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . .. .
total persons bpl. . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units . . .
owner occupied units . . .
median value (dollars) . .
substandard units.51 . . .
crowded units. 6/. . . .
median contract rent (dollars) . .
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators. . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . .
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred .
operatives, inc. transport .. ..
laborers, except farm. /. . .
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed /. . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) . . .
crops (dollars). ...........
forest products (dollars). .1Q/. .....
livestock (dollars). . . .
Number of farms. . . . .
sales under $2,500 .1/. . .
$2,500 to $19,999. .12/. . .
$20,000 and over 2/. . .
Land in farms (acres). ..........
harvested cropland (acres) ...


1960 to
1950 1960 1970 1970


--- -------- Number------------PercentPercent
of Change
114,688 228,106 348,753 Total 52.9
86,738 188,817 317,909 91.1 68.4
27,950 39,289 30,844 8.9 -21.5
114,688 228,106 348,753 100.0 52.9
79,891 175,931 286,460 82.2 62.8
34,746 51,953 61,015 17.5 17.4
51 222 1,278 .2 475.7
114,688 228,106 348,753 100.0 52.9
31,044 72,344 103,547 29.9 43.1
73,312 126,851 184,791 52.7 45.7
10,332 28,911 60,415 17.3 108.9
114,688 228,106 348,753 100.0 52.9


31,315
11,685
15,900
11,015
72,145

13,450


18,390
8,985
780
1,025
31,205
2,327
1,347


49,329
25,815
37,053
26,512
138,709

23,706


17;242
27,328
9,120
S4,569
2,792
61,051
4,784
1,976


54,810
39,794
65,389
28,022
25,461
213,476
12.19
37,060


10,258
23,948
18,541
21,689
20,937
95,373
9,112
3,893


25.7
18.6
30.6
13.1
11.9
100.0

10.6


10.8
25.1
19.4
22.7
22.0
100.0


11.1
54.2
76.5
101.7
53.9

56.3


-40.5
-12.4
103.3
374.7
649.9
56.2
90.5
97.0


9,766 10.2 ---
48,997 14.0 ---


36,998
19,077
S8,134
4,567
7,286
38.09

3,390
5,439
7,745
5,477
5,188
3,180
1,067
9,416
8,107
49,605


21,003,231
16,333,439
3,357
4,666,435
851
182
205
140
392,228
65,595


76,178
47,931
13,400
2,966
11,161
59


8,081
10,089
15,759
10,832
9,621
4,660
851
9,488
13,929
87,859


50,487,325
32,090,858
3,225,648
15,170,819
521
32
181
241
372,408
79,292


123,347
83,405
17,600
5,831
10,886
89


19,734
12,236
32,389
18,188
14,608
7,214
540
6,012
20,685
131,606


129,483,050
112,038,930

17,444,120
601
156
136
306
527,210
231,672


100.0
67.6

4.7
8.8



15.0
9.3
24.6
13.8
11.1
5.5
.4
4.6
15.7
100.0


100.0
86.5

13.5
100.0
26.0
22.6
50.9
100.0
43.9


61.9
74.0
31.3
96.6
-2.5
50.8


144.2
21.3
105.5
67.9
51.8
54.8
-36.5
-36.6
48.5
49.8


156.5
249.1

15.0
15.4
387.5
-24.9
27.0
41.6
192.2










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Table 78. Summary of Census Soclo-Economic Data for St. Lucie County


S1960 to
I TEM 1950 1960 1970 1970


TOTAL POPULATION . .. . .
Residence: urban . . .
rural . . .
total . . ..
Race: White . . ....
Black . . . .
Other . . . .
total . . . .
Age: under 18 years . .. .
18 to 64 years . . .
65 years and over . . .
total . . . .
Education completed, people over 24
under 9 years. . . . .
9-11 years . . . .
12 years . . .. .
13-16 years. . . ... ...
over 16 years. ....... . .
total . .. .... .
median education ....... ..
TOTAL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS . .
FAMILIES BY FAMILY INCOME CLASS 2/
under $3,000 . . .
$3,000 to $6,999 . .. ..
$7,000 to $9,999 . ......
$10,000 to $14,999. .... ...
$15,000 and over . .. .
total .31 . .
median family income (dollars) ..
per capital income (dollars). ij ..
INCOME BELOW POVERTY LEVEL (bpl)
total families bpl . .. .. ..
total persons bpl . . .
HOUSING
total occupied units ...... L
owner occupied units .......
median value (dollars) .. ..
substandard units5. . ...
crowded units.61 . . ....
median contract rent (dollars) .....
OCCUPATION 7/
professional, technical, and kindred .
managers and administrators . .
sales, clerical, and kindred . ..
craftsmen, foremen, and kindred. .
operatives, inc. transport . .
laborers, except farm. /f. .... ..
farmers and farm managers. . .
farm laborers and farm foremen . .
service workers, inc. private household.
total employed . . .
AGRICULTURE 2/
Farm Sales (dollars) .. ..
crops (dollars) . . .
forest products (dollars), .. 1 ..
livestock (dollars). . . .
Number of farms . . .. .
sales under $2,500 1l1 .. . ..
$2,500 to $19,999. 2/ ...
$20,000 and over j-2/ ...... .
Land in farms (acres). . . .
harvested cropland (acres) ... .. .


-- -------------------Number-------------- erce
of
20,180 39,294 50,836 Total
13,502 25,256 33,090 64.9
6,678 14,038 17,746 35.0
20,180 39,294 50,836 100.0
13,786 26,523 35,033 69.0
6,329 12,732 15,696 30.8
65 39 107 .1
20,180 39,294 50,836 100.0
6,601 14,268 17,397 34.2
12,220 20,928 26,034 51.2
1,359 4,098 7,405 14.6
20,180 39,294 50,836 100.0


5,430
1,935
2,100
1,380
11,535.

1,600


2,880
1,515
95
110
5,180
2,388
1,084


9,543
4,386
5,212
2,943
22,084

3,200


3,258
4,759
1,222
557
S347
10,143
4,211
1,744


9,140
6,196
8,093
S3,076
2,321
28,826
11.55
4,518


2,653
4,693
2,351
2,407
1,312
13,416
6,358
2,327


31.7
21.5
28.1
10.7
8.1
100.0

8.9


19.8
35.0
17.5
17.9
9.8
100.0


Percent
Change
29.4
31.0
26.4
29.4
32.1
23.3
174.4
29.4
21.9
24.4
80.7
29.4

-4.2
41,3
55.3
S83.4
30.5

41.2


-18.6
-1.4
92.4
332.1
278,1
32.3
50.9
33.4


2,773 20.7
13,469 26.5


5,963
3,396
.6,271
1,142
1,242
33.43


454
878
1,184
931
1,159
563
374
1,906
770
8,344


4,940,529
4,159,929
4,579
776,021
515
76
115
40
374,074
24,447


12,052
8,004
10,800
1,064
1,932
45


929
1,522
2,311
1,837
2,104
742
222
2,426
1,838
14,677


17,472,175
14,843,207
224,975
2,403,993
612
25
245
102
306,293
33,656


16,847
10,912
13,900
927
1,781
66


1,853
1,633
3,819
2,525
2,349
1,259
201
2,401
2,350
18,390


26,273,067
22,156,938
5,575
4,110,554
501
96
246
158
324,742
82,459


100.0
64.8

5.5
10.6



10.1
8.9
20.8
13.7
12.8
6.8
1.1
13.1
12.8
100.0


100.0
84.3

15.6
100.0
19.2
49.1
31.5
100.0
25.4


39.8
36.3
28.7
-12.9
-7.8
46.7


99.5
7.3
65.3
37.5
11.6
69.7
-9.5
-1.0
27.9
25.3


50.4
49.3
-97.5
71.0
-18.1
284,0
.4
54.9
6.0
145.0


"' ''








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SOURCES
Population:
(1) Bureau of Economic and Business Research. Florida Statistical
Abstract, 1973. Gainesville: University of Florida Press.

(2) U.S. Bureau of the Census. U.S. Census of Population: 1950.
Vol. II, Characteristics of the Population, Part 10, Florida.

(3) U.S. Bureau of the Census. U.S. Census of Population: 1960.
General Population Characteristics, Florida. Final Report.

(4) U.S. Bureau of the Census. U.S. Census of Population: 1960
General Social and Economic Characteristics, Florida. Final
Report.
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General Social and Economic Characteristics. Final Report PC
(1)-C11 Florida.

Housing:
(1) U.S. Bureau of the Census. U.S. Census of Housing: 1950
Vol. I, General Characteristics, Chapter 10, Florida.

(2) U.S. Bureau of the Census. U.S. Census of Housing: 1960
Vol. I, State and Small Areas. Florida.

(3) U.S. Bureau of the Census. U.S. Census of Housing: 1970. De-
tailed Housing Characteristics. Final Report HC(1)-B11 Florida.

Agriculture:
(1) U.S. Bureau of the Census. U.S. Census of Agriculture: 1950.
Vol. I, Counties and State Economic Areas, Part 18.

(2) U.S. Bureau of the Census. U.S. Census of Agriculture: 1959.
Vol. I, Counties, Part 29, Florida.

(3) U.S. Bureau of the Census. Census of Agriculture: 1969. Vol. I,
Area Reports, Part 29, Florida, Section 2, County Data.
FOOTNOTES:
1/ Total includes school years not reported.
2/ Data are for 1949, 1959, and 1969.
3/ Total includes families not reporting income.
4/ 1950 data from Florida Statistical Abstract.
5/ Substandard units in 1970: those lacking complete plumbing facil-
ities. In 1950 and 1960: those listed as dilapidated.
6/ With 1.01 or more persons per room.
7/ All persons 14 years and over: 1970 printed census reports are for
persons 16 years and over.
8/ 1960 laborers exclude farm and mine laborers:
9/ 1950'total includes employed but not reporting occupation.
0O/ 1960 forest products include horticulture specialty products.
11/ Data for 1970 for sales under $2,500 include Class 6 farms, part-
time farms and part retirement farms.
12/ 1950 categories were $2,500 to $24,999 and $25,000 and over.
Errors and processing procedures in census publications sometimes
resulted in discrepancies in totals for different characteristics.




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