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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover
    Title Page
        Page 1
    Acknowledgement
        Page 2
    Table of Contents
        Page 3
    Analysis of current trends and guidelines for population estimation
        Page 4
    Estimation methodology
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
    Table 1 - Estimates of population by county and municipality in Florida: April 1, 1982
        Page 8
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    Table 2 - Components of population change in the state and counties of Florida: April 1, 1980 to April 1, 1982
        Page 28
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    Table 3 - Resident live births and resident deaths by race, by county in Florida: April 1, 1980 to April 1, 1982
        Page 30
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    Table 4 - Population change by county in Florida, specified years, 1960 through 1982
        Page 32
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    Table 5 - Population change by standard metropolitan statistical area in Florida, specified years, 1960 through 1982
        Page 34
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    Table 6 - Population change by planning districts in Florida, specified years, 1960 through 1982
        Page 36
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    Table 7 - Rank in population on April 1, 1970, April 1, 1980, and April 1, 1982, and percentage change from 1970 to 1980 and 1980 to 1982 for specified cities in Florida
        Page 38
    Figure 1 - Population density in Florida counties: April 1, 1982
        Page 39
    Table 8 - Rank of counties by population size, April 1, 1982, and population distribution April 1, 1970, April 1, 1980, and April 1, 1982, by county in Florida
        Page 40
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    Table 9 - Population per square mile and rank according to density in the state and counties of Florida on April 1, 1970, April 1, 1980, and April 1, 1982
        Page 42
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    Table 10 - Age distributions (percentages) of the population of Florida and its counties, April 1, 1960, April 1, 1970, and April 1, 1980
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    Figure 2 - Population growth in Florida, April 1, 1980 to April 1, 1982
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fLORIDA ESTIMATES OF POPULATION



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prepared by the


BUREAU OF


POPULATION PROGRAM
ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS RESEARCH
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


February, 1983






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These estimates were prepared under contractual agreement with the
Office of Planning and Budgeting, State of Florida, in accordance with
Florida Statutes, Chapter 23, Section 23.019. The Bureau of Economic and
Business Research accepts full responsibility for the contents of this
publication.
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This public document was promulgated at an annual cost of $323.07 or
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

Robert Q. Marston, President

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Robert F. Lanzillotti, Dean

BUREAU OF ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS RESEARCH

John Kraft, Director

POPULATION PROGRAM

Stanley K. Smith, Program Director

Marylou Mandell
Faith Sincich
Scott Smith
Pamela Middleton
Dana Aberwald
Chandler Burroughs

PUBLICATIONS PRODUCTION STAFF

Ann C. Pierce
Charles Morrison
Kathleen Cox
Dorothy Evans
Steve Fasnacht


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The Population Program wishes to thank numerous people in the
following agencies for their exceptional interest, cooperation and
knowledge which have made the generation of these estimates possible:

Office of Planning and Budgeting Local, county and regional planning
and other state agencies groups

Officials of local government units U. S. Bureau of the Census

Electric power companies University of Florida Libraries

Special thanks to the staff of the Business
Administration Computing Laboratory













TABLE OF CONTENTS


Analysis of Current Trends............................................... 4

Guidelines for Population Estimation.....................................4

Estimation Methodology..................................................5

Table .--Estimates of Population by County and Municipality in
Florida: April 1, 1982.............................................8

Table 2.-Components of Population Change in the State and Counties
of Florida: April 1, 1980 to April 1, 1982.........................28

Table 3.--Resident Live Births and Resident Deaths by Race, by County
in Florida: April 1, 1980 to April 1, 1982.........................30

Table 4.-Population Change by County in Florida, Specified Years,
1960 through 1982...................................................32

Table 5.-Population Change by Standard Metropolitan Statistical
Area in Florida, Specified Years, 1960 through 1982.................34

Table 6.-Population Change by Planning Districts in Florida,
Specified Years, 1960 through 1982..................................36

Table 7.-Rank in Population on April 1, 1970, April 1, 1980, and
April 1, 1982, and Percentage Change from 1970 to 1980 and
1980 to 1982 for Specified Cities in Florida........................38

Figure 1.-Population Density in Florida Counties: April 1, 1982.........39

Table 8.-Rank of Counties by Population Size, April 1, 1982, and
Population Distribution April 1, 1970, April 1, 1980, and
April 1, 1982, by County in Florida.................................40

Table 9.-Population Per Square Mile and Rank According to Density in
the State and Counties of Florida on April 1, 1970, April 1, 1980,
and April 1, 1982 ................................................ ..42

Table 10.-Age Distributions (Percentages) of the Population of
Florida and its Counties, April 1, 1960, April 1, 1970, and
April 1, 1980 ...................................................... 44

Figure 2.-Population Growth in Florida, April 1, 1980 to
April 1, 1982 ...................................................... 48









ANALYSIS OF CURRENT TRENDS

Florida is one of the most rapidly
growing states in the nation. While the
U.S. population grew by 11.4 percent be-
tween 1970 and 1980, Florida's population
grew by 43.5 percent. Only Nevada (63.1
percent) and Arizona (53.1 percent) grew
more rapidly. Florida's net increase of
2.95 million was also third largest in the
nation, trailing only California's 3.70
million and Texas's 3.03 million. Each of
Florida's sixty-seven counties gained
population during the 1970s. Some, of
course, grew more rapidly than others.
Citrus, Hernando and Pasco counties each
grew by more than 150 percent between 1970
and 1980, while Gulf, Gadsden, Duval and
Franklin counties each grew by less than
10 percent. Broward, Dade, Palm Beach and
Pinellas counties each increased by more
than 200,000 residents between 1970 and
1980, while Gulf, Franklin, Liberty and
Hamilton counties each increased by less
than 1,000.

Florida's rapid growth continued be-
tween 1980 and 1982. The state as a whole
grew by 628,908 residents, an increase of
6.5 percent. We estimate that approxi-
mately 100,000 of this net increase was
the result of Cuban and Haitian immigra-
tion. Around 90 percent of these immi-
grants settled in Dade County, giving Dade
a net increase of 103,345 between 1980 and
1982. This was by far the largest in-
crease in the state. Palm Beach and
Broward counties also had large increases
of 61,128 and 48,787, respectively. At
the other end of the spectrum, Calhoun
County experienced a small net loss in
population between 1980 and 1982.




GUIDELINES FOR POPULATION ESTIMATION

The population estimates for the
State of Florida, its counties, munici-
palities and unincorporated areas have
been prepared under a contractual agree-
ment between the Office of Planning and
Budgeting, State of Florida, and the
Bureau of Economic and Business Research
(BEBR), University of Florida. These
estimates for April 1, 1982, will be used


for state revenue-sharing distributions in
the fiscal year 1983-84. The basic guide-
lines for the generation of the population
estimates were established by the 1972
Florida Legislature in Chapter 23, Section
23.019, Florida Statutes entitled, "Popu-
lation census determination." These guide-
lines were amended in Chapter 78-209,
House Bill No. 1426, June 14, 1978, which
changed the estimation date from July 1 to
April 1. The guidelines are as follows:

(1) "The Department of Administra-
tion, either through its own resources or
by contract, shall produce population
estimates of local governmental units as
of April 1 of each year, utilizing ac-
cepted statistical practices. The popula-
tion of local governments, as determined
by the Department of Administration, shall
apply to any revenue-sharing formula with
local governments under the provision of
ss. 218.20-218.26, part II of Chapter 218.
For municipal annexations or consolida-
tions occurring during the period April 1
through February 28, the Department of
Administration shall determine the popu-
lation count of the annexed areas as of
April 1 and include such in its certifi-
cation to the Department of Revenue for
the annual revenue-sharing calculation.

(2) (a) "Population shall be com-
puted as the number of residents, employ-
ing the same general guidelines used by
the United States Bureau of the Census.
(b) "For the purpose of revenue-
sharing distribution formulas, inmates and
patients residing in institutions operated
by the federal government or by the
Department of Health and Rehabilitative
Services shall not be considered to be
residents of the governmental unit in
which the institutions are located.
(c) "Nothing herein shall be
construed to prohibit the separate deter-
mination of any categories of persons,
whether resident or nonresident.


(3) "In cases of annexation or con-
solidation, local governments shall be
required to submit to the Department of
Administration, within thirty days follow-
ing annexation or consolidation, a state-
ment as to the population census effect of
the action."









ESTIMATION METHODOLOGY

The technique used by the BEBR to
produce population estimates is a housing-
unit method in which changes in population
are assumed to be reflected by changes in
occupied housing units. While this method
is subject to certain problems, it is one
of the few techniques suitable for making
small-area population estimates. A recent
survey conducted by the Census Bureau
showed that of 410 agencies making sub-
state population estimates in 1975, 314
(or 77 percent) used a housing-unit tech-
nique.

Three components are required for a
housing-unit estimate of permanent resi-
dent population: the number of permanently
occupied housing units (households), the
average number of persons occupying these
housing units, and the number of persons
living in such group quarters as college
dormitories, military barracks, nursing
homes and penal institutions. The final
population estimate for a local area is
equal to the product of the permanently
occupied housing units times the average
number of persons per household, plus the
number of persons living in group quar-
ters.

Occupied housing units

Two data series are used to estimate
occupied housing units: residential build-
ing permits and active residential elec-
tric customers. The housing inventory for
a city or county which issues building
permits can be estimated by adding permits
issued since 1980 to the units enumerated
in the 1980 census. These data are col-
lected from each permit-issuing agency in
the state through a cooperative program of
the BEBR and the United States Department
of Commerce. The time lag between issuance
of a permit and occupancy of the completed
structure is assumed to be four months for
single-family units and ten months for
multifamily units; no lag is assumed for
mobile home units or demolitions. Con-
struction of an inventory for a county
requires complete permit data for every
area in the county. While such data are
not always available, coverage is suffi-
cient in most Florida counties to provide
useful information.


This procedure generally overstates
the current inventory, since not all per-
mits become completed units. Through
direct contact with the purchaser of the
permit or the issuing agency, we attempt
to verify completion dates for all large
multifamily structures. For other types
of housing we assume that all permits
result in finished units. While certifi-
cate-of-occupancy data can eliminate the
bias created by units that were permitted
but never completed, good data are avail-
able for very few places in the state.


Determination of current, accurate,
census-definition occupancy rates is ex-
tremely difficult. Census definitions
require a person to be "...counted as an
inhabitant of his usual place of resi-
dence, which is generally construed to
mean where he lives and sleeps most of the
time. This residence is not necessarily
the same as his legal residence, voting
residence, or domicile." Under this defi-
nition, a unit is vacant even though it is
continuously occupied, if the occupants
are different people each of whom stays
for only a short time. The only effective
method of determining current occupancy
rates is a sample survey, which is usually
too expensive to be feasible. A common
solution is the use of 1980 census occu-
pancy rates even though they have changed
considerably. This is the procedure
adopted by the BEBR.


The product of the inventory figure
and the occupancy rate (preferably per-
formed separately for each unit type and
summed) provides an estimate of perma-
nently occupied housing units. Unfor-
tunately there are several problems with
this estimate. Time lags vary from place
to place and from year to year. The pro-
portion of permits resulting in completed
units is usually unknown. Current occu-
pancy rates are unavailable. These prob-
lems limit the usefulness of building
permits as an estimator of occupied
housing units. Certificate-of-occupancy
data or housing counts eliminate problems
relating to completion rates and time lags
but not those relating to occupancy rates
or accurate estimates of demolitions and
conversions.









We have found that permanent resident
households can be estimated more precisely
from our second data source, active resi-
dential electric customers. Current house-
holds are estimated as the 1980 ratio of
households to active residential electric
customers. This procedure assumes that no
changes have occurred in either utility
bookkeeping practices or the proportion of
customers who are permanent residents.
While exceptions have occurred, experience
has shown that these requirements are ful-
filled for most areas in Florida. Esti-
mates of current households based on elec-
tric customers are usually superior to
those based on building permits.

Ideally, both good permit data and
good customer data are available. Electric
customer data provide good estimates of
total households but do not provide infor-
mation about changes in the mix of housing
types (single-family, multifamily, mobile
home). Permit data provide less reliable
estimates of total households than elec-
tric customer data, but do provide infor-
mation about changes in the mix of housing
types. When good permit data can be com-
bined with good electric customer data, it
is possible to produce population esti-
mates superior to those based on either
series alone.




Average household size

The second component of the housing-
unit method is average household size, or
the average number of permanent residents
per permanently occupied housing unit.
Average household size can change substan-
tially over time. Table A shows that
average household size for the United
States declined by 12.1 percent between
1970 and 1980. This decline was caused
primarily by declining birth rates, in-
creasing divorce rates, the tendency for
more older persons to maintain their own
homes after their families have disbanded
and the large number of young adults form-
ing one- and two-person households. In
Florida an additional factor contributing
to this decline was the high rate of in-
migration of older persons.


Table A.-Average household size for
the United States, 1940-1981


Year


Average
household
size


Year


Average
household
size


1940 3.67 1970 3.14
1950 3.37 1980 2.76
1960 3.33 1981 2.73


Source: "Households and Families by
Type: March 1981," U.S. Bureau of the
Census, Current Population Reports, Series
P-20, No. 367, October, 1981.

The greater the amount of time that
has passed since the most recent census,
the more difficult it is to accurately
estimate average household size. Since
the 1982 estimates were produced only two
years after the 1980 census, estimating
average household size was much simpler
this year than it was during the latter
part of the 1970s. According to our esti-
mates, each city and county in the state
experienced a decline in average household
size between 1980 and 1982. The exact
size of the decline was determined by the
average household size calculated from the
1980 census, the decline in average
household size experienced between 1970
and 1980, and the change in the mix of
single-family, multifamily and mobile home
units occurring between 1980 and 1982. A
more detailed description of the exact
techniques used to estimate average
household size can be found in "Some New
Techniques for Applying the Housing Unit
Method of Local Population Estimation,"
Demography, Vol. 17, No. 3, August, 1980,
pages 323-339. Copies of this paper can
be ordered from the Bureau of Economic and
Business Research.


Group quarters population

Population in housing is estimated as
the product of average household size and
occupied housing units. To obtain an esti-
mate of total population, group quarters
population must be added. In most in-
stances we estimate group quarters popula-









tion by assuming it equals the same pro-
portion of population in housing in 1982
as it did in 1980. For example, if group
quarters population equaled 1.5 percent of
population in housing in 1980, we would
estimate current group quarters population
as 1.5 percent of the current estimate of
population in housing. In the few in-
stances where group quarters population
represents a substantial proportion of
total population (usually college dormi-
tories, penal institutions, military bases
or long-term health care facilities), we
try to get exact figures. The total popu-
lation estimate is then made by adding the
group quarters population to the estimate
of population in housing. Inmates in state
and federal institutions are counted
separately in all local areas; these
numbers are available from the Departments
of Health and Rehabilitative Services and
Offender Rehabilitation.




Conclusion

The population estimates produced by
the BEBR are calculated by multiplying the
estimated number of permanent resident
households by the estimated average house-
hold size and adding the estimated number


of permanent residents living in group
quarters. This methodology is conceptually
simple but effective. It utilizes data
that are available for all local areas,
its components respond very rapidly to
population movements, and it can be
applied systematically and uniformly
everywhere in the state. A comparison of
the estimates produced by the BEBR with
1980 census results showed the BEBR
estimates to be quite accurate, given the
current state of the art. (This study was
published by the BEBR as "An Evaluation of
Population Estimates," Population Studies,
Bulletin No. 58, December, 1981.) Our ten
years of experience have convinced us that
despite its shortcomings, this is the most
effective method for making city and
county population estimates in Florida.


NOTE:

The 1980 census counts reported in
this booklet include all adjustments
through December 31, 1982, made to the
numbers originally published by the U.S.
Bureau of the Census. As a result of
these adjustments, the 1980 census numbers
for some cities and counties published
herein will differ from those published
previously by the Bureau of Economic and
Business Research.








Table 1. Estimates of Population by County and
Municipality, in Florida: April 1, 1982
(Note: Explanation of terms at end of table)

REVENUE SHARING USE ONLY

April 1 April 1 Estimate
1980 Total 1982 less inmates
COUNTY and City (Census) change (Est.) Inmates April 1, 1982

ALACHUA 151,369 7,879 159,248 1,789 157,459

Alachua 3,561 424 3,985 3,985
Archer 1,230 -15 1,215 1,215
Gainesville 81,371 -66 81,305 1,488 79,817
Hawthorne 1,303 5 1,308 1,308
High Springs 2,491 59 2,550 2,550
LaCrosse 170 -6 164 164
Micanopy 737 43 780 780
Newberry 1,826 1 1,827 1,827
Waldo 993 14 1,007 1,007

UNINCORPORATED 57,687 7,420 65,107 301 64,806


BAKER 15,289 792 16,081 1,635 14,446

Glen Saint Mary 462 6 468 468
Macclenny 3,851 101 3,952 3,952

UNINCORPORATED 10,976 685 11,661 1,635 10,026


BAY 97,740 6,737 104,477 64 104,413

Callaway 7,154 1,119 8,273 8,273
Cedar Grove 1,104 170 1,274 1,274
Lynn Haven 6,239 957 7,196 7,196
Mexico Beach 632 239 871 871
Panama City 33,346 905 34,251 34,251
Panama City Beach 2,148 259 2,407 2,407
Parker 4,298 124 4,422 4,422
Springfield 7,220 202 7,422 7,422


35,599 2,762 38,361


64 38,297


UNINCORPORATED








Table 1. Estimates of Population by County and
Municipality, in Florida: April 1, 1982
(Continued)

REVENUE SHARING USE ONLY

April 1 April 1 Estimate
1980 Total 1982 less inmates
COUNTY and City (Census) change (Est.) Inmates April 1, 1982

BRADFORD 20,023 666 20,689 2,183 18,506

Brooker 429 -19 410 410
Hampton 466 5 471 471
Lawtey 692 27 719 719
Starke 5,306 -107 5,199 5,199

UNINCORPORATED 13,130 760 13,890 2,183 11,707


BREVARD 272,959 25,152 298,111 960 297,151

Cape Canaveral 5,733 556 6,289 6,289
Cocoa 16,096 313 16,409 16,409
Cocoa Beach 10,926 970 11,896 11,896
Indialantic 2,883 132 3,015 3,015
Indian Harbour Beach 5,967 571 6,538 6,538
Malabar 1,118 139 1,257 1,257
Melbourne 46,536 2,150 48,686 48,686
Melbourne Beach 2,713 260 2,973 2,973
Melbourne Village 1,004 12 1,016 1,016
Palm Bay 18,560 6,730 25,290 25,290
Palm Shores 77 10 87 87
Rockledge 11,877 491 12,368 12,368
Satellite Beach 9,163 415 9,578 9,578
Titusville 31,910 2,359 34,269 34,269
West Melbourne 5,078 501 5,579 5,579

UNINCORPORATED 103,318 9,543 112,861 960 111,901









Table 1. Estimates of Population by County and
Municipality, in Florida: April 1, 1982
(Continued)

REVENUE SHARING USE ONLY

April 1 April 1 Estimate
1980 Total 1982 less inmates
COUNTY and City (Census) change (Est.) Inmates April 1, 1982

BROWARD 1,018,257 48,787 1,067,044 1,554 1,065,490

Coconut Creek 6,288 3,528 9,816 9,816
Cooper City 10,140 1,386 11,526 11,526
Coral Springs 37,349 6,923 44,272 44,272
Dania 11,796 426 12,222 12,222
Davie 20,515 9,491 30,006 30,006
Deerfield Beach 39,193 2,039 41,232 41,232
Ft. Lauderdale 153,279 -112 153,167 8 153,159
Hacienda Village 126 2 128 128
Hallandale 36,517 896 37,413 37,413
Hillsboro Beach 1,554 8 1,562 1,562
Hollywood 121,323 1,357 122,680 122,680
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea 2,639 -11 2,628 2,628
Lauderdale Lakes 25,426 860 26,286 26,286
Lauderhill 37,271 726 37,997 37,997
Lazy Lake Village 31 0 31 31
Lighthouse Point 11,488 -14 11,474 11,474
Margate 35,900 2,488 38,388 38,388
Miramar 32,813 1,463 34,276 34,276
North Lauderdale 18,653 1,353 20,006 20,006
Oakland Park 23,035 308 23,343 23,343
Parkland 545 190 735 735
Pembroke Park 5,326 688 6,014 6,014
Pembroke Pines 35,776 6,008 41,784 896 40,888
Plantation 48,653 2,823 51,476 51,476
Pompano Beach 52,618 4,086 56,704 56,704
Sea Ranch Lakes 584 0 584 584
Sunrise 39,681 4,341 44,022 44,022
Tamarac 29,376 1,782 31,158 31,158
Wilton Manors 12,742 -113 12,629 12,629


167,620 -4,135


163,485


650 162,835


UNINCORPORATED









Table 1. Estimates of Population by County and
Municipality, in Florida: April 1, 1982
(Continued)


COUNTY and City


CALHOUN


Altha
Blountstown

UNINCORPORATED


CHARLOTTE

Punta Gorda

UNINCORPORATED


CITRUS

Crystal River
Inverness

UNINCORPORATED


CLAY

Green Cove Springs
Keystone Heights
Orange Park
Penney Farms

UNINCORPORATED


COLLIER

Everglades
Naples

UNINCORPORATED


April 1
1980
(Census)

9,294

478
2,632

6,184


58,460

6,797

51,663


54,703

2,778
4,095

47,830


67,052

4,154
1,056
8,766
630

52,446


85,971

524
17,581

67,866


Total
change


-23


7,970

1,156

6,814


7,604

559
248

6,797


4,998

-28
19
313
13

4,681


12,123


11,601


April 1
1982
(Est.)

9,270


486
2,623

6,161


66,430

7,953

58,477


62,307

3,337
4,343

54,627


72,050

4,126
1,075
9,079
643

57,127


98,094

524
18,103

79,467


REVENUE


SHARING USE ONLY


Estimate
less inmates
Inmates April 1, 1982

9,270

486
2,623

6,161


66,430

7,953

58,477


62,307

3,337
4,343

54,627


72,050

4,126
1,075
9,079
643

57,127


98,022

524
18,103

79,395









Table 1. Estimates of Population by County and
Municipality, in Florida: April 1, 1982
(Continued)
REVENUE SHARING USE ONLY

April 1 April 1 Estimate
1980 Total 1982 less inmates
COUNTY and City (Census) change (Est.) Inmates April 1, 1982

COLUMBIA 35,399 1,596 36,995 378 36,617

Fort White 386 0 386 386
Lake City 9,257 -23 9,234 378 8,856

UNINCORPORATED 25,756 1,619 27,375 27,375


DADE 1,625,724 103,345 1,729,069 2,561 1,726,508

Bal Harbour 2,973 6 2,979 2,979
Bay Harbor Islands 4,869 -26 4,843 4,843
Biscayne Park 3,088 -25 3,063 3,063
Coral Gables 43,241 157 43,398 43,398
El Portal 2,055 -27 2,028 2,028
Florida City 6,174 46 6,220 6,220
Golden Beach 612 5 617 617
Hialeah 145,254 10,325 155,579 155,579
Hialeah Gardens 2,700 320 3,020 3,020
Homestead 20,668 541 21,209 21,209
Indian Creek Village 103 2 105 105
Islandia 12 0 12 12
Medley 537 21 558 558
Miami 346,865 39,437 386,302 791 385,511
Miami Beach 96,298 1,037 97,335 97,335
Miami Shores 9,244 -5 9,239 9,239
Miami Springs 12,350 -102 12,248 12,248
North Bay 4,920 -206 4,714 4,714
North Miami 42,566 1,009 43,575 151 43,424
North Miami Beach 36,553 -164 36,389 36,389
Opa-Locka 14,460 955 15,415 15,415
Pennsuco 15 3 18 18
South Miami 10,944 -101 10,843 10,843
Surfside 3,763 12 3,775 3,775
Sweetwater 8,251 842 9,093 9,093
Virginia Gardens 2,098 112 2,210 2,210
West Miami 6,076 66 6,142 6,142

UNINCORPORATED 799,035 49,105 848,140 1,619 846,521


DE SOTO 19,039 1,114 20,153 1,760 18,393

Arcadia 6,002 -16 5,986 5,986


1,130 14,167


1,760 12,407


UNINCORPORATED


13,037









Table 1. Estimates of Population by County and
Municipality, in Florida: April 1, 1982
(Continued)


COUNTY and City


DIXIE


April 1
1980
(Census)


7,751


Cross City
Horseshoe Beach

UNINCORPORATED


DUVAL

Atlantic Beach
Baldwin
Jacksonville Beach
Neptune Beach
Jacksonville (Duval)


ESCAMBIA

Pensacola
Century

UNINCORPORATED


FLAGLER

Beverly Beach
Bunnell
Flagler Beach
Marineland (part)
Painters Hill

UNINCORPORATED


FRANKLIN

Apalachicola
Carrabelle

UNINCORPORATED


2,154
304

5,293


571,003

7,847
1,526
15,462
5,248
540,920


233,794

57,619
495

175,680


10,913

217
1,816
2,208
8
40

6,624


7,661

2,565
1,304

3,792


Total
change


1,041


1,011


9,734

391
83
1,056
413
7,791


11,723

1,017
1,712

8,994


2,046


1,770


April 1
1982
(Est.)


8,792

2,158
330

6,304


580,737

8,238
1,609
16,518
5,661
548,711


245,517

58,636
2,207

184,674


12,959


258
1,839
2,462
6
0

8,394


7,894

2,558
1,309

4,027


REVENUE SHARING USE ONLY


Inmates

538


Estimate
less inmates
April 1, 1982

8,254


2,158
330


5,766


580,508

8,238
1,609
16,518
5,661
548,482


245,372

58,636
2,207

184,529


12,959

258
1,839
2,462
6
0

8,394


7,894

2,558
1,309

4,027









Table 1. Estimates of Population by County and
Municipality, in Florida: April 1, 1982
(Continued)


COUNTY and City

GADSDEN

Chattahoochee
Greensboro
Gretna
Havana
Quincy

UNINCORPORATED


GILCHRIST

Bell
Fanning Springs
Trenton

UNINCORPORATED


GLADES

Moore Haven

UNINCORPORATED


GULF

Port St. Joe
Ward Ridge
Wewahitchka

UNINCORPORATED


HAMILTON

Jasper
Jennings
White Springs

UNINCORPORATED


April 1
1980
(Census)

41,674

5,332
562
1,557
2,782
8,591

22,850


5,767

227
164
1,131

4,245


5,992

1,250

4,742


10,658

4,027
104
1,742

4,785


8,761

2,093
749
781

5,138


Total
change

1,033

-56
0
0
2
70

1,017


1,284

0
10
71

1,203


407

50

357


54

-66
9
23

88


3

7
35
-26

-13


April 1
1982
(Est.)

42,707

5,276
562
1,557
2,784
8,661

23,867


7,051

227
174
1,202

5,448


6,399

1,300

5,099


10,712

3,961
113
1,765

4,873


8,764

2,100
784
755

5,125


REVENUE SHARING USE ONLY

Estimate
less inmates
Inmates April 1, 1982

2,146 40,561

2,099 3,177
562
1,557
2,784
47 8,614

23,867


378


378


6,673

227
174
1,202

5,070


6,399

1,300

5,099


10,712

3,961
113
1,765

4,873


8,764

2,100
784
755

5,125









Table 1. Estimates of Population by County and
Municipality, in Florida: April 1, 1982
(Continued)


COUNTY and City

HARDEE

Bowling Green
Wauchula
Zolfo Springs

UNINCORPORATED


HENDRY

Clewiston
La Belle

UNINCORPORATED


HERNANDO

Brooksville
Weeki Wachee

UNINCORPORATED


HIGHLANDS

Avon Park
Lake Placid
Sebring

UNINCORPORATED


HILLSBOROUGH

Plant City
Tampa
Temple Terrace

UNINCORPORATED


April 1
1980
(Census)

19,379

2,310
2,986
1,495

12,588


18,599

5,219
2,287

11,093


44,469

5,582
8

38,879


47,526

8,026
963
8,736

29,801


646,960

17,064
271,523
11,097

347,276


Total
change

590

67
15
83

425


1,718

73
172

1,473


8,504

620
0

7,884


4,511

103
-1
1,080

3,329


30,773

115
454
318

29,886


April 1
1982
(Est.)

19,969

2,377
3,001
1,578

13,013


20,317

5,292
2,459

12,566


52,973

6,202
8

46,763


52,037

8,129
962
9,816

33,130


677,733

17,179
271,977
11,415

377,162


REVENUE SHARING USE ONLY

Estimate
less inmates
Inmates April 1, 1982

19,969

2,377
3,001
1,578

13,013


343




343


99




99


61





61


1,305


774


531


19,974

5,292
2,459

12,223


52,874

6,202
8

46,664


51,976

8,129
962
9,816

33,069


676,428

17,179
271,203
11,415

376,631









Table 1. Estimates of Population by County and
Municipality, in Florida: April 1, 1982
(Continued)


COUNTY and City


HOLMES

Bonifay
Esto
Noma
Ponce de Leon
Westville

UNINCORPORATED


INDIAN RIVER

Fellsmere
Indian River Shores
Orchid
Sebastian
Vero Beach

UNINCORPORATED


JACKSON

Alford
Bascom
Campbellton
Cottondale
Graceville
Grand Ridge
Greenwood
Malone
Marianna
Sneads


UNINCORPORATED


JEFFERSON

Monticello


April 1
1980
(Census)


14,723

2,534
304
113
454
343

10,975


59,896

1,161
1,254
42
2,831
16,176

38,432


39,154

548
134
336
1,056
2,918
591
577
897
7,006
1,690

23,401


10,703

2,994


Total
change

596

37
23
155
34
16

331


7,019

193
234
-19
1,394
222

4,995


503

-32
-4
6
-19
17
1
11
-19
-64
6

600


290

-49


April 1
1982
(Est.)

15,319

2,571
327
268
488
359

11,306


66,915

1,354
1,488
23
4,225
16,398

43,427


39,657

516
130
342
1,037
2,935
592
588
878
6,942
1,696

24,001


10,993

2,945


339 8,048


REVENUE SHARING USE ONLY

Estimate
less inmates
Inmates April 1, 1982

15,319

2,571
327
268
488
359

11,306


285


285


2,575


66,630

1,354
1,488
23
4,225
16,398

43,142


37,082

516
130
342
1,037
2,935
592
588
878
6,488
1,696

21,880


10,993

2,945

8,048


454


2,121


UNINCORPORATED


7,709









Table 1. Estimates of Population by County and
Municipality, in Florida: April 1, 1982
(Continued)


COUNTY and City

LAFAYETTE

Mayo

UNINCORPORATED


LAKE

Astatula
Clermont
Eustis
Fruitland Park
Groveland
Howey-in-the-Hills
Lady Lakes
Leesburg
Mascotte
Minneola
Montverde
Mount Dora
Tavares
Umatilla

UNINCORPORATED


LEE

Cape Coral
Fort Myers
Sanibel

UNINCORPORATED


LEON

Tallahassee

UNINCORPORATED


April 1
1980
(Census)

4,035

891

3,144


104,870

755
5,461
9,453
2,259
1,992
626
1,193
13,191
1,112
851
397
5,883
4,398
1,872

55,427


205,266

32,103
36,638
3,363

133,162


148,655

81,548

67,107


Total
change


April 1
1982
(Est.)


4,076

874


58


6,689

9
15
635
224
125
1
202
285
555
60
1
208
841
-8

3,536


21,993

4,973
1,071
457

15,492


7,388

14,279

-6,891


3,202


111,559

764
5,476
10,088
2,483
2,117
627
1,395
13,476
1,667
911
398
6,091
5,239
1,864

58,963


227,259

37,076
37,709
3,820

148,654


156,043

95,827

60,216


REVENUE SHARING USE ONLY

Estimate
less inmates
Inmates April 1, 1982

4,076

874

3,202


111,114

764
5,476
10,088
2,483
2,117
627
1,395
13,476
1,667
911
398
6,091
5,239
1,864

58,518


226,667

37,076
37,625
3,820

148,146


154,831

95,735

59,096


445


592


84


508


1,212

92

1,120









Table 1. Estimates of Population by County and
Municipality, in Florida: April 1, 1982
(Continued)


COUNTY and City

LEVY

Bronson
Cedar Key
Chiefland
Fanning Springs (part)
Inglis
Otter Creek
Williston
Yankeetown

UNINCORPORATED


LIBERTY

Bristol

UNINCORPORATED


MADISON

Greenville
Lee
Madison

UNINCORPORATED


MANATEE

Anna Maria
Bradenton
Bradenton Beach
Holmes Beach
Longboat Key (part)
Palmetto


UNINCORPORATED


April 1
1980
(Census)

19,870

853
700
1,986
150
1,173
167
2,240
600

12,001


4,260

1,044

3,216


14,894

1,096
297
3,487

10,014


148,445

1,537
30,228
1,603
4,018
2,460
8,637

99,962


Total
change

1,661

71
32
96
9
55
8
107
25

1,258


93

32

61


157

-73
-14
85

159


10,529

41
3,392
0
210
24
144


April 1
1982
(Est.)

21,531

924
732
2,082
159
1,228
175
2,347
625

13,259


4,353

1,076

3,277


15,051

1,023
283
3,572

10,173


158,974

1,578
33,620
1,603
4,228
2,484
8,781


6,718 106,680


REVENUE SHARING USE ONLY

Estimate
less inmates
Inmates April 1, 1982

21,531

924
732
2,082
159
1,228
175
2,347
625

13,259


4,353

1,076

3,277


15,051

1,023
283
3,572

10,173


158,893

1,578
33,539
1,603
4,228
2,484
8,781

106,680









Table 1. Estimates of Population by County and
Municipality, in Florida: April 1, 1982
(Continued)


COUNTY and City

MARION


Belleview
Dunnellon
McIntosh
Ocala
Reddick


UNINCORPORATED


MARTIN


Jupiter Island
Ocean Breeze Park
Sewalls Point
Stuart

UNINCORPORATED


MONROE

Key Colony Beach
Key West
Layton

UNINCORPORATED


NASSAU

Callahan
Fernandina Beach
Hilliard

UNINCORPORATED


April 1
1980
(Census)

122,488


1,913
1,427
404
37,170
657

80,917


64,014

364
469
1,187
9,467

52,527


63,188

977
24,382
88

37,741


32,894

869
7,224
1,869

22,932


Total
change

12,599

151
65
11
1,327
-24

11,069


7,621

19
"0
158
391

7,053


2,560

31
482
6

2,041


2,564

3
398
139

2,024


April 1
1982
(Est.)

135,087

2,064
1,492
415
38,497
633

91,986


71,635

383
469
1,345
9,858

59,580


65,748

1,008
24,864
94

39,782


35,458

872
7,622
2,008

24,956


REVENUE SHARING USE ONLY


Inmates

1,718




232


1,486












85


24


61


45


45


Estimate
less inmates
April 1, 1982

133,369

2,064
1,492
415
38,265
633

90,500


71,635

383
469
1,345
9,858

59,580


65,663

1,008
24,840
94

39,721


35,413

872
7,577
2,008

24,956





Table 1. Estimates of Population by County and
Municipality, in Florida: April 1, 1982
(Continued)

REVENUE SHARING USE ONLY

April 1 April 1 Estimate
1980 Total 1982 less inmates
COUNTY and City (Census) change (Est.) Inmates April 1, 1982

OKALOOSA 109,920 7,257 117,177 610 116,567

Cinco Bayou 202 21 223 223
Crestview 7,617 63 7,680 7,680
Ft. Walton Beach 20,829 642 21,471 21,471
Laurel Hill 610 -15 595 595
Mary Esther 3,530 318 3,848 3,848
Niceville 8,543 557 9,100 9,100
Shalimar 390 15 405 405
Valparaiso 6,142 50 6,192 6,192

UNINCORPORATED 62,057 5,606 67,663 610 67,053


OKEECHOBEE 20,264 2,171 22,435 455 21,980

Okeechobee 4,225 123 4,348 4,348

UNINCORPORATED 16,039 2,048 18,087 455 17,632


ORANGE 471,016 23,740 494,756 685 494,071

Apopka 6,019 385 6,404 6,404
Bay Lake 74 -56 18 18
Belle Isle 2,848 175 3,023 3,023
Eatonville 2,185 -48 2,137 2,137
Edgewood 1,034 -22 1,012 1,012
Lake Buena Vista 98 -78 20 20
Maitland 8,763 186 8,949 8,949
Oakland 658 0 658 658
Ocoee 7,803 1,856 9,659 9,659
Orlando 128,291 3,909 132,200 132,200
Windermere 1,302 19 1,321 1,321
Winter Garden 6,789 -39 6,750 6,750
Winter Park 22,339 221 22,560 22,560

UNINCORPORATED 282,813 17,232 300,045 685 299,360





Table 1. Estimates of Population by County and
Municipality, in Florida: April 1, 1982
(Continued)

REVENUE SHARING USE ONLY

April 1 April 1 Estimate
1980 Total 1982 less inmates
COUNTY and City (Census) change (Est.) Inmates April 1, 1982

OSCEOLA 49,287 9,898 59,185 82 59,103

Kissimmee 15,487 1,796 17,283 17,283
St. Cloud 7,840 763 8,603 8,603

UNINCORPORATED 25,960 7,339 33,299 82 33,217


PALM BEACH 576,812 61,128 637,940 1,260 636,680

Atlantis 1,325 192 1,517 1,517
Belle Glade 16,535 393 16,928 16,928
Boca Raton 49,505 1,797 51,302 7 51,295
Boynton Beach 35,624 1,908 37,532 37,532
Briny Breeze 387 -6 381 381
Cloud Lake 160 -15 145 145
Delray Beach 34,325 4,205 38,530 38,530
Glen Ridge 235 0 235 235
Golf Village 110 4 114 114
Golfview 210 -5 205 205
Greenacres City 8,780 7,735 16,515 16,515
Gulf Stream 475 6 481 481
Haverhill 1,249 8 1,257 1,257
Highland Beach 2,030 324 2,354 2,354
Hypoluxo 573 200 773 773
Juno Beach 1,142 99 1,241 1,241
Jupiter 9,868 3,406 13,274 13,274
Jupiter Inlet Colony 378 22 400 400
Lake Clarke Shores 3,174 10 3,184 3,184
Lake Park 6,909 -9 6,900 6,900
Lake Worth 27,048 18 27,066 27,066
Lantana 8,048 307 8,355 298 8,057
Manalapan 329 19 348 348
Mangonia Park 1,419 -42 1,377 1,377
North Palm Beach 11,344 661 12,005 12,005
Ocean Ridge 1,355 83 1,438 1,438
Pahokee 6,346 17 6,363 6,363
Palm Beach 9,729 662 10,391 10,391
Palm Beach Gardens 14,407 3,266 17,673 17,673
Palm Beach Shores 1,232 11 1,243 1,243
Palm Springs 8,166 980 9,146 9,146
Riviera Beach 26,489 145 26,634 26,634
Royal Palm Beach Villa 3,423 1,289 4,712 4,712
South Bay 3,886 -184 3,702 3,702
South Palm Beach 1,304 36 1,340 1,340
Tequesta Village 3,685 143 3,828 3,828
West Palm Beach 63,305 785 64,090 26 64,064

UNINCORPORATED 212,303 32,658 244,961 929 244,032









Table 1. Estimates of Population by County and
Municipality, in Florida: April 1, 1982
(Continued)

REVENUE SHARING USE ONLY

April 1 April 1 Estimate
1980 Total 1982 less inmates
COUNTY and City (Census) change (Est.) Inmates April 1, 1982

PASCO 193,661 18,191 211,852 581 211,271

Dade City 4,923 123 5,046 5,046
New Port Richey 11,196 379 11,575 11,575
Port Richey 2,165 84 2,249 2,249
Saint Leo 917 45 962 962
San Antonio 529 25 554 554
Zephyrhills 5,742 186 5,928 5,928

UNINCORPORATED 168,189 17,349 185,538 581 184,957


PINELLAS 728,531 27,406 755,937 1,217 754,720

Belleair 3,673 129 3,802 3,802
Belleair Beach 1,643 71 1,714 1,714
Belleair Bluffs 2,522 -13 2,509 2,509
Belleair Shores 80 1 81 81
Clearwater 85,528 4,179 89,707 89,707
Dunedin 30,203 715 30,918 30,918
Gulfport 11,180 119 11,299 11,299
Indian Rocks Beach 3,717 221 3,938 3,938
Indian Shores 984 191 1,175 1,175
Kenneth City 4,344 -55 4,289 4,289
Largo 58,977 862 59,839 59,839
Madeira Beach 4,520 418 4,938 4,938
North Redington Beach 1,156 0 1,156 1,156
Oldsmar 2,608 728 3,336 3,336
Pinellas Park 32,811 2,300 35,111 35,111
Redington Beach 1,708 7 1,715 1,715
Redington Shores 2,142 294 2,436 5 2,431
Safety Harbor 6,461 1,896 8,357 8,357
St. Petersburg 238,647 2,045 240,692 44 240,648
St. Petersburg Beach 9,354 169 9,523 9,523
Seminole 4,586 -43 4,543 4,543
South Pasadena 4,188 546 4,734 4,734
Tarpon Springs 13,251 765 14,016 14,016
Treasure Island 6,316 211 6,527 6,527

UNINCORPORATED 197,932 11,650 209,582 1,168 208,414









Table 1. Estimates of Population by County and
Municipality, in Florida: April 1, 1982
(Continued)

REVENUE SHARING USE ONLY

April 1 April 1 Estimate
1980 Total 1982 less inmates
COUNTY and City (Census) change (Est.) Inmates April 1, 1982

POLK 321,652 17,213 338,865 2,299 336,566

Auburndale 6,501 754 7,255 7,255
Bartow 14,780 788 15,568 64 15,504
Davenport 1,509 8 1,517 1,517
Dundee 2,227 77 2,304 2,304
Eagle Lake 1,678 142 1,820 1,820
Fort Meade 5,546 146 5,692 5,692
Frostproof 2,995 11 3,006 3,006
Haines City 10,799 689 11,488 11,488
Highland Park 184 0 184 184
Hillcrest Heights 177 2 179 179
Lake Alfred 3,134 122 3,256 3,256
Lake Hamilton 1,552 -26 1,526 1,526
Lake Wales 8,466 221 8,687 8,687
Lakeland 47,406 2,983 50,389 50,389
Mulberry 2,932 10 2,942 2,942
Polk City 576 40 616 616
Winter Haven 21,119 380 21,499 21,499

UNINCORPORATED 190,071 10,866 200,937 2,235 198,702


PUTNAM 50,549 2,352 52,901 76 52,825

Crescent City 1,722 -21 1,701 1,701
Interlachen 848 66 914 914
Palatka 10,175 296 10,471 10,471
Pomona Park 791 2 793 793
Welaka 492 12 504 504

UNINCORPORATED 36,521 1,997 38,518 76 38,442


ST. JOHNS 51,303 5,794 57,097 57,097

Hastings 636 -22 614 614
Marineland (part) 23 -23 0 0
St. Augustine 11,985 -15 11,970 11,970
St. Augustine Beach 1,289 512 1,801 1,801

UNINCORPORATED 37,370 5,342 42,712 42,712









Table 1. Estimates of Population by County and
Municipality, in Florida: April 1, 1982
(Continued)


COUNTY and City

ST. LUCIE


Fort Pierce
Port St. Lucie
St. Lucie Village

UNINCORPORATED


SANTA ROSA

Gulf Breeze
Jay
Milton

UNINCORPORATED


SARASOTA

Longboat Key (part)
North Port
Sarasota
Venice

UNINCORPORATED


SEMINOLE

Altamonte Springs
Casselberry
Lake Mary
Longwood
Oviedo
Sanford
Winter Springs

UNINCORPORATED


April 1
1980
(Census)

87,182

33,802
14,690
593

38,097


55,988

5,478
633
7,206

42,671


202,251

2,383
6,205
48,868
12,153

132,642


179,752

22,028
15,247
2,853
10,029
3,074
23,176
10,475

92,870


Total
change

13,802

1,141
8,197
16

4,448


2,610

1
2
24

2,583


13,192

360
1,003
624
733

10,472


15,381

2,741
721
287
816
127
1,555
2,126

7,008


April 1
1982
(Est.)

100,984

34,943
22,887
609

42,545


58,598

5,479
635
7,230

45,254


215,443

2,743
7,208
49,492
12,886

143,114


195,133

24,769
15,968
3,140
10,845
3,201
24,731
12,601

99,878


REVENUE SHARING USE ONLY

Estimate


Inmates

81


less inmates
April 1, 1982

100,903


34,943
22,887
609

42,464


58,415

5,479
635
7,187

45,114


215,425

2,743
7,208
49,492
12,886

143,096


195,133

24,769
15,968
3,140
10,845
3,201
24,731
12,601

99,878









Table 1. Estimates of Population by County and
Municipality, in Florida: April 1, 1982
(Continued)


COUNTY and City

SUMTER


Bushnell
Center Hill
Coleman
Webster
Wildwood


UNINCORPORATED


SUWANNEE

Branford
Live Oak


UNINCORPORATED


TAYLOR

Perry


UNINCORPORATED


UNION

Lake Butler
Raiford
Worthington Springs

UNINCORPORATED


April 1
1980
(Census)

24,272

983
751
1,022
856
2,665

17,995


22,287

622
6,732

14,933


16,532

8,254

8,278


10,166

1,830
259
220

7,857


Total
change

1,023

100
33
-29
-83
321

681


1,596

29
174

1,393


618

63

555


1,141


998


April 1
1982
(Est.)

25,295

1,083
784
993
773
2,986

18,676


23,883

651
6,906

16,326


17,150

8,317

8,833


11,307


1,973
259
220

8,855


REVENUE SHARING USE ONLY


Inmates

1,046


1,046


4,666


4,666


Estimate
less inmates
April 1, 1982

24,249


1,083
784
993
773
2,986

17,630


23,883

651
6,906

16,326


17,150

8,317

8,833


6,641

1,973
259
220

4,189









Table 1. Estimates of Population by County and
Municipality, in Florida: April 1, 1982
(Continued)


COUNTY and City

VOLUSIA


Daytona Beach
Daytona Beach Shores
Deland
Edgewater
Holly Hill
Lake Helen
New Smyrna Beach
Oak Hill
Orange City
Ormond Beach
Pierson
Ponce Inlet
Port Orange
South Daytona

UNINCORPORATED


WAKULLA

St. Marks
Sopchoppy

UNINCORPORATED


WALTON

DeFuniak Springs
Freeport
Paxton

UNINCORPORATED


WASHINGTON

Caryville
Chipley
Ebro
Vernon
Wausau

UNINCORPORATED


April 1
1980
(Census)

258,762

54,176
1,324
15,354
6,726
9,953
2,047
13,557
938
2,795
21,378
1,085
1,003
18,756
11,252

98,418


10,887

286
444

10,157


21,300

5,563
669
659

14,409


14,509

633
3,330
233
885
347

9,081


Total
change

18,051

806
126
81
1,120
528
81
96
-7
119
2,085
-14
150
3,576
324

8,980


197


April 1
1982
(Est.)

276,813

54,982
1,450
15,435
7,846
10,481
2,128
13,653
931
2,914
23,463
1,071
1,153
22,332
11,576

107,398


11,084


305
429


10,350


22,244

5,592
748
665

15,239


15,016

630
3,456
234
909
350

9,437


REVENUE SHARING USE ONLY


Inmates

423

27



8










388




















66







66


Estimate
less inmates
April 1, 1982

276,390

54,955
1,450
15,435
7,846
10,473
2,128
13,653
931
2,914
23,463
1,071
1,153
22,332
11,576

107,010


11,084

305
429

10,350


22,244

5,592
748
665

15,239


14,950

630
3,456
234
909
350

9,371









Table 1. Estimates of Population by County and
Municipality, in Florida: April 1, 1982
(Continued)


COUNTY and City

STATE OF FLORIDA

Incorporated
Unincorporated


April 1
1980
(Census)

9,746,424

5,246,161
4,500,263


Total
change

628,908

273,063
355,845


April 1
1982
(Est.)

10,375,332

5,519,224
4,856,108


REVENUE SHARING USE ONLY


Inmates

38,986

8,395
30,591


Estimate
less inmates
April 1, 1982

10,336,346

5,510,829
4,825,517


Explanation of Terms


April 1, 1980 (Census)
The permanent resident population enumerated in the 1980 Census. The numbers
shown in this publication may differ from those in earlier publications because
they include all revisions made to the original counts through December 31,
1982.

Total Change
The total change between April 1, 1980, U.S. Census figure and the estimate for
April 1, 1982, including change due to natural increase (or decrease) and net
migration. This figure also includes any population change due to annexation.

April 1, 1982 (est.)
The estimated permanent resident population for April 1, 1982. This figure is
comparable to the Census enumerations and should be used for most purposes of
planning and analysis.

Inmates
The inmates and patients in institutions operated by the federal government or
by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services as of April 1, 1982, to
be excluded as residents for revenue sharing distribution as required by state
law.

Estimate less inmates April 1, 1982
The population estimate minus inmates to be used for State Revenue Sharing in
the 1983-84 fiscal year. This figure should not be used for other purposes.








Table 2.--Components


of Population Change in the State and Counties of Florida:
April 1, 1980 to April 1, 1982


STATE and
Counties

FLORIDA

Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard

Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay

Collier
Columbia
Dade
DeSoto
Dixie

Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden


Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee

Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes

Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake


April 1
1982
(Est.)


10,375,332

159,248
16,081
104,477
20,689
298,111

1,067,044
9,270
66,430
62,307
72,050

98,094
36,995
1,729,069
20,153
8,792

580,737
245,517
12,959
7,894
42,707


7,051
6,399
10,712
8,764
19,969

20,317
52,973
52,037
677,733
15,319

66,915
39,657
10,993
4,076
111,559


April 1
1980
(Census)

9,746,424

151,369
15,289
97,740
20,023
272,959

1,018,257
9,294
58,460
54,703
67,052

85,971
35,399
1,625,724
19,039
7,751

571,003
233,794
10,913
7,661
41,674


5,767
5,992
10,658
8,761
19,379

18,599
44,469
47,526
646,960
14,723

59,896
39,154
10,703
4,035
104,870


Total
Change


Components
Natural
Increase


628,908 58,917


7,879
792
6,737
666
25,152

48,787
-24
7,970
7,604
4,998

12,123
1,596
103,345
1,114
1,041

9,734
11,723
2,046
233
1,033

1,284
407
54
3
590

1,718
8,504
4,511
30,773
596

7,019
503
290
41
6,689


3,082
325
1,854
298
2,340

-489
93
-860
-517
1,089

833
553
13,472
222
108

9,975
4,437
20
72
896

94
37
114
114
391

525
-248
-213
8,788
27

218
370
175
50
-149


1,190
370
-60
-111
199

1,193
8,752
4,724
21,985
569

6,801
133
115
-9
6,838


Percent of Change
Due to--
Natural Net
Increase Migration


of Change
Net
Migration

569,991

4,797
467
4,883
368
22,812

49,276
-117
8,830
8,121
3,909

11,290
1,043
89,873
892
933

-241
7,286
2,026
161
137


9.37

39.12
41.04
27.52
44.74
9.30

0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
21.79

6.87
34.65
13.04
19.93
10.37

100.00
37.85
0.98
30.90
86.74

7.32
9.09
100.00
100.00
66.27

30.56
0.00
0.00
28.56
4.53

3.11
73.56
60.34
100.00
0.00


90.63

60.88
58.96
72.48
55.26
90.70

100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
78.21

93.13
65.35
86.96
80.07
89.63

0.00
62.15
99.02
69.10
13.26

92.68
90.91
0.00
0.00
33.73

69.44
100.00
100.00
71.44
95.47

96.89
26.44
39.66
0.00
100.00








Table 2.--Components of Population Change in the State and Counties of Florida:
April 1, 1980 to April 1, 1982
(Continued)


STATE and
Counties

Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison

Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau

Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach

Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns

St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter

Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla

Walton
Washington


April 1
1982
(Est.)

227,259
156,043
21,531
4,353
15,051

158,974
135,087
71,635
65,748
35,458

117,177
22,435
494,756
59,185
637,940

211,852
755,937
338,865
52,901
57,097

100,984
58,598
215,443
195,133
25,295

23,883
17,150
11,307
276,813
11,084

22,244
15,016


April 1
1980
(Census)

205,266
148,655
19,870
4,260
14,894

148,445
122,488
64,014
63,188
32,894

109,920
20,264
471,016
49,287
576,812

193,661
728,531
321,652
50,549
51,303

87,182
55,988
202,251
179,752
24,272

22,287
16,532
10,166
258,762
10,887


Components of Change
Total Natural Net
Change Increase Migration


21,993
7,388
1,661
93
157

10,529
12,599
7,621
2,560
2,564

7,257
2,171
23,740
9,898
61,128

18,191
27,406
17,213
2,352
5,794

13,802
2,610
13,192
15,381
1,023

1,596
618
1,141
18,051
197


348
2,797
198
69
155

-649
953
-127
521
593

2,741
458
6,879
306
347

-2,132
-9,272
3,828
527
256

1,048
1,161
-2,184
2,245
198

308
176
106
-1,446
202


21,645
4,591
1,463
24
2

11,178
11,646
7,748
2,039
1,971

4,516
1,713
16,861
9,592
60,781

20,323
36,678
13,385
1,825
5,538

12,754
1,449
15,376
13,136
825

1,288
442
1,035
19,497
-5


21,300
14,509


Percent of Change
Due to--
Natural Net
Increase Migration


1.58
37.86
11.92
74.19
98.73

0.00
7.56
0.00
20.35
23.13

37.77
21.10
28.98
3.09
0.57

0.00
0.00
22.24
22.41
4.42

7.59
44.48
0.00
14.60
19.35

19.30
28.48
9.29
0.00
100.00


811 14.09
419 17.36


98.42
62.14
88.08
25.81
1.27

100.00
92.44
100.00
79.65
76.87

62.23
78.90
71.02
96.91
99.43

100.00
100.00
77.76
77.59
95.58

92.41
55.52
100.00
85.40
80.65

80.70
71.52
90.71
100.00
0.00


85.91
82.64


Note: Vital statistics data for unknown race are included only in the entries
for the state. For this reason, natural increase and net migration columns will not
add to their state totals.








Table 3.--Resident Live


Births and Resident Deaths by Race,
April 1, 1980 through April 1, 1982


by County in Florida:


STATE and
Counties

FLORIDA

Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard

Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay

Collier
Columbia
Dade
DeSoto
Dixie

Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden


Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee

Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes

Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake


Number of Births 1980-1982
Total White Nonwhite


272,998 177,551


4,852
550
3,430
625
7,142

23,897
306
1,013
1,085
2,013

2,691
1,232
47,313
663
256

20,154
7,968
271
277
1,628


208
159
281
313
776


868
1,015
1,203
20,390
352

1,629
1,184
369
126
2,763


3,325
439
2,779
498
5,815

17,121
253
955
1,004
1,794

2,348
890
29,502
506
218

13,309
5,534
185
223
409

188
104
208
160
701

619
849
901
15,829
339

1,275
779
158
106
2,136


1,526
111
651
127
1,327

6,773
53
58
81
219

342
342
17,781
157
38

6,845
2,434
86
54
1,219

20
55
73
153
75

249
166
302
4,560
13

352
405
211
20
627


Number of Deaths 1980-1982
Total White Nonwhite


73,394 214,081 190,141


1,770
225
1,576
327
4,802

24,386
213
1,873
1,602
924

1,858
679
33,841
441
148

10,179
3,531
251
205
732

114
122
167
199
385

343
1,263
1,416
11,602
325

1,411
814
194
76
2,912


1,286
188
1,372
259
4,394

22,653
192
1,848
1,561
860

1,760
503
29,244
375
130

7,348
2,716
229
167
333

111
98
134
130
357

263
1,217
1,281
10,062
317

1,289
607
98
71
2,646


23,819

483
37
203
68
406

1,688
21
25
39
63

95
176
4,578
66
18

2,829
814
21
37
399


79
46
135
1,539
8


Natural
Increase
1980-1982


58,917

3,082
325
1,854
298
2,340

-489
93
-860
-517
1,089

833
553
13,472
222
108

9,975
4,437
20
72
896


94
37
114
114
391


525
-248
-213
8,788
27


218
370
175
50
-149








Table 3.--Resident Live


Births and Resident Deaths by Race,
April 1, 1980 through April 1, 1982
(Continued)


by County in Florida:


STATE and
Counties

Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison

Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau

Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach

Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns

St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter

Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla

Walton
Washington


Note:


Number of Births 1980-1982
Total White Nonwhite


5,364
4,418
626
144
482

3,855
3,718
1,572
1,686
1,042

3,999
934
14,802
1,594
15,239

3,798
13,973
10,454
1,600
1,494

3,064
1,937
3,880
4,794
742

801
489
272
5,948
345

538
402


4,341
2,848
432
125
217

3,147
2,667
1,309
1,499
861

3,282
833
10,987
1,387
10,929

3,523
11,161
7,948
1,072
1,149

2,009
1,773
3,329
3,921
485

594
353
192
4,689
272

452
306


1,013
1,567
194
19
265

707
1,051
260
186
181

717
101
3,814
207
4,308

275
2,812
2,506
528
343

1,055
164
550
873
257

207
136
80
1,257
73

86
96


Number of Deaths 1980-1982
Total White Nonwhite


5,016
1,621
428
75
327

4,504
2,765
1,699
1,165
449

1,258
476
7,923
1,288
14,892

5,930
23,245
6,626
1,073
1,238

2,016
776
6,064
2,549
544

493
313
166
7,394
143

405
314


4,723
1,127
361
65
194

4,248
2,343
1,603
1,085
367

1,160
424
6,849
1,218
13,323

5,836
22,251
5,742
847
1,041

1,657
741
5,878
2,193
467

390
223
128
6,820
114

360
264


Data for unknown race are included only in the entries for the state. For


do not add to their state totals.


Natural
Increase
1980-1982

348
2,797
198
69
155

-649
953
-127
521
593


2,741
458
6,879
306
347

-2,132
-9,272
3,828
527
256

1,048
1,161
-2,184
2,245
198

308
176
106
-1,446
202


291
494
67
10
133

255
422
96
78
82


97
52
1,074
70
1,555

92
989
883
226
197

359
35
184
356
77

101
90
38
570
29


this reason, columns










Table 4.--Population Change by County


STATE and
County

FLORIDA

Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard


Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay


Collier
Columbia
Dade
DeSoto
Dixie


Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden


Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee


Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes


Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake


April 1
1982
(Est.)

10,375,332

159,248
16,081
104,477
20,689
298,111


1,067,044
9,270
66,430
62,307
72,050


98,094
36,995
1,729,069
20,153
8,792


580,737
245,517
12,959
7,894
42,707


7,051
6,399
10,712
8,764
19,969


20,317
52,973
52,037
677,733
15,319


66,915
39,657
10,993
4,076
111,559


April 1
1980
(Census)


in Florida, Specified
(Continued)


April 1
1970
(Census)


April 1
1960
(Census)


9,746,424 6,791,418 4,951,560


151,369
15,289
97,740
20,023
272,959


1,018,257
9,294
58,460
54,703
67,052


85,971
35,399
1,625,724
19,039
7,751


571,003
233,794
10,913
7,661
41,674


5,767
5,992
10,658
8,761
19,379


18,599
44,469
47,526
646,960
14,723


59,896
39,154
10,703
4,035
104,870


104,764
9,242
75,283
14,625
230,006


620,100
7,624
27,559
19,196
32,059


38,040
25,250
1,267,792
13,060
5,480


528,865
205,334
4,454
7,065
39,184


3,551
3,669
10,096
7,787
14,889


11,859
17,004
29,507
490,265
10,720


35,992
34,434
8,778
2,892
69,305


74,074
7,363
67,131
12,446
111,435


333,946
7,422
12,594
9,268
19,535


15,753
20,077
935,047
11,683
4,479


455,411
173,829
4,566
6,576
41,989


2,868
2,950
9,937
7,705
12,370


8,119
11,205
21,338
397,788
10,844


25,309
36,208
9,543
2,889
57,383


Years, 1960 through 1982


Percent Change
1980 1970 1960
to 1982 to 1980 to 1970


6.5

5.2
5.2
6.9
3.3
9.2


4.8
-0.3
13.6
13.9
7.5


14.1
4.5
6.4
5.9
13.4


1.7
5.0
18.7
3.0
2.5


22.3
6.8
0.5
0.0
3.0


9.2
19.1
9.5
4.8
4.0


11.7
1.3
2.7
1.0
6.4


43.5

44.5
65.4
29.8
36.9
18.7


64.2
21.9
112.1
185.0
109.2


126.0
40.2
28.2
45.8
41.4


8.0
13.9
145.0
8.4
6.4


62.4
63.3
5.6
12.5
30.2


56.8
161.5
61.1
32.0
37.3


66.4
13.7
21.9
39.5
51.3


37.2

41.4
25.5
12.1
17.5
106.4


85.7
2.7
118.8
107.1
64.1


141.5
25.8
35.6
11.8
22.3


16.1
18.1
-2.5
7.4
-6.7


23.8
24.4
1.6
1.1
20.4


46.1
51.8
38.3
23.2
-1.1


42.2
-4.9
-8.0
0.1
20.8










Table 4.--Population Change by County


in Florida,
(Continued)


Specified Years, 1960 through 1982


STATE and
County

Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison


Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau


Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach


Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns


St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter


Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla


Walton
Washington


April 1
1982
(Est.)

227,259
156,043
21,531
4,353
15,051


158,974
135,087
71,635
65,748
35,458


117,177
22,435
494,756
59,185
637,940


211,852
755,937
338,865
52,901
57,097


100,984
58,598
215,443
195,133
25,295


23,883
17,150
11,307
276,813
11,084


22,244
15,016


April 1
1980
(Census)

205,266
148,655
19,870
4,260
14,894


148,445
122,488
64,014
63,188
32,894


109,920
20,264
471,016
49,287
576,812


193,661
728,531
321,652
50,549
51,303


87,182
55,988
202,251
179,752
24,272


22,287
16,532
10,166
258,762
10,887


21,300
14,509


April 1
1970
(Census)

105,216
103,047
12,756
3,379
13,481


97,115
69,030
28,035
52,586
20,626


88,187
11,233
344,311
25,267
348,993


75,955
522,329
228,515
36,424
31,035


50,836
37,741
120,413
83,692
14,839


15,559
13,641
8,112
169,487
6,308


16,087
11,453


April 1
1960
(Census)

54,539
74,225
10,364
3,138
14,154


69,168
51,616
16,932
47,921
17,189


61,175
6,424
263,540
19,029
228,106


36,785
374,665
195,139
32,212
30,034


39,294
29,547
76,895
54,947
11,869


14,961
13,168
6,043
125,319
5,257


15,576
11,249


Percent Change
1980 1970 1960
to 1982 to 1980 to 1970


10.7
5.0
8.4
2.2
1.1


7.1
10.3
11.9
4.1
7.8


6.6
10.7
5.0
20.1
10.6


9.4
3.8
5.4
4.7
11.3


15.8
4.7
6.5
8.6
4.2


7.2
3.7
11.2
7.0
1.8


4.4
3.5


95.1
44.3
55.8
26.1
10.5


52.9
77.4
128.3
20.2
59.5


24.6
80.4
36.8
95.1
65.3


155.0
39.5
40.8
38.8
65.3


71.5
48.3
68.0
114.8
63.6


43.2
21.2
25.3
52.7
72.6


32.4
26.7


92.9
38.8
23.1
7.7
-4.8


40.4
33.7
65.6
9.7
20.0


44.2
74.9
30.6
32.8
53.0


106.5
39.4
17.1
13.1
3.3


29.4
27.7
56.6
52.3
25.0


4.0
3.6
34.2
35.2
20.0








Table 5.--Population Change by Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area in Florida
Specified Years, 1960 through 1982



April 1 April 1 April 1 April 1 Percent Change
1982 1980 1970 1960 1980 1970 1960
SMSAs (Est.) (Census) (Census) (Census) to 1982 to 1980 to 1970

ALL SMSAS 9,092,768 8,567,717 6,040,977 4,342,734 6.1 41.8 39.1

Bradenton 158,974 148,445 97,115 69,168 7.1 52.9 40.4
Manatee 158,974 148,445 97,115 69,168 7.1 52.9 40.4


Daytona
Beach 276,813 258,762 169,487 125,319 7.0 52.7 35.2
Volusia 276,813 258,762 169,487 125,319 7.0 52.7 35.2


Ft. Lauderdale-
Hollywood 1,067,044 1,018,257 620,100 333,946 4.8 64.2 85.7
Broward 1,067,044 1,018,257 620,100 333,946 4.8 64.2 85.7


Ft. Myers-Cape
Coral 227,259 205,266 105,216 54,539 10.7 95.1 92.9
Lee 227,259 205,266 105,216 54,539 10.7 95.1 92.9


Ft. Walton
Beach 117,177 109,920 88,187 61,175 6.6 24.6 44.2
Okaloosa 117,177 109,920 88,187 61,175 6.6 24.6 44.2


Gainesville 159,248 151,369 104,764 74,074 5.2 44.5 41.4
Alachua 159,248 151,369 104,764 74,074 5.2 44.5 41.4


Jacksonville 761,423 737,541 621,827 529,532 3.2 18.6 17.4
Baker 16,081 15,289 9,242 7,363 5.2 65.4 25.5
Clay 72,050 67,052 32,059 19,535 7.5 109.2 64.1
Duval 580,737 571,003 528,865 455,411 1.7 8.0 16.1
Nassau 35,458 32,894 20,626 17,189 7.8 59.5 20.0
St. Johns 57,097 51,303 31,035 30,034 11.3 65.3 3.3


Lakeland-
Winter Haven 338,865 321,652 228,515 195,139 5.4 40.8 17.1
Polk 338,865 321,652 228,515 195,139 5.4 40.8 17.1








Table 5.--Population Change by Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area in Florida
Specified Years, 1960 through 1982
(Continued)

April 1 April 1 April 1 April 1 Percent Change
1982 1980 1970 1960 1980 1970 1960
SMSAs (Est.) (Census) (Census) (Census) to 1982 to 1980 to 1970

Melbourne-
Cocoa 298,111 272,959 230,006 111,435 9.2 18.7 106.4
Brevard 298,111 272,959 230,006 111,435 9.2 18.7 106.4


Miami 1,729,069 1,625,724 1,267,792 935,047 6.4 28.2 35.6
Dade 1,729,069 1,625,724 1,267,792 935,047 6.4 28.2 35.6


Ocala 135,087 122,488 69,030 51,616 10.3 77.4 33.7
Marion 135,087 122,488 69,030 51,616 10.3 77.4 33.7


Orlando 749,074 700,055 453,270 337,516 7.0 54.4 34.3
Orange 494,756 471,016 344,311 263,540 5.0 36.8 30.6
Osceola 59,185 49,287 25,267 19,029 20.1 95.1 32.8
Seminole 195,133 179,752 83,692 54,947 8.6 114.8 52.3


Panama City 104,477 97,740 75,283 67,131 6.9 29.8 12.1
Bay 104,477 97,740 75,283 67,131 6.9 29.8 12.1


Pensacola 304,115 289,782 243,075 203,376 4.9 19.2 19.5
Escambia 245,517 233,794 205,334 173,829 5.0 13.9 18.1
Santa Rosa 58,598 55,988 37,741 29,547 4.7 48.3 27.7


Sarasota 215,443 202,251 120,413 76,895 6.5 68.0 56.6
Sarasota 215,443 202,251 120,413 76,895 6.5 68.0 56.6


Tallahassee 167,127 159,542 109,355 79,482 4.8 45.9 37.6
Leon 156,043 148,655 103,047 74,225 5.0 44.3 38.8
Wakulla 11,084 10,887 6,308 5,257 1.8 72.6 20.0


Tampa-
St. Petersburg 1,645,522 1,569,152 1,088,549 809,238 4.9 44.2 34.5
Hillsborough 677,733 646,960 490,265 397,788 4.8 32.0 23.2
Pasco 211,852 193,661 75,955 36,785 9.4 155.0 106.5
Pinellas 755,937 728,531 522,329 374,665 3.8 39.5 39.4


West Palm Bch.-
Boca Raton 637,940 576,812 348,993 228,106 10.6 65.3 53.0
Palm Beach 637,940 576,812 348,993 228,106 10.6 65.3 53.0









Table 6.--Population Change by Planning District in Florida,
Specified Years, 1960 through 1982



April 1 April 1 April 1 April 1 Percent Change
STATE and 1982 1980 1970 1960 1980 1970 1960
Districts (Est.) (Census) (Census) (Census) to 1982 to 1980 to 1970

FLORIDA 10,375,332 9,746,424 6,791,418 4,951,560 6.5 43.5 37.2

District 1 548,013 518,742 422,632 347,258 5.6 22.7 21.7
Bay 104,477 97,740 75,283 67,131 6.9 29.8 12.1
Escambia 245,517 233,794 205,334 173,829 5.0 13.9 18.1
Okaloosa 117,177 109,920 88,187 61,175 6.6 24.6 44.2
Santa Rosa 58,598 55,988 37,741 29,547 4.7 48.3 27.7
Walton 22,244 21,300 16,087 15,576 4.4 32.4 3.3

District 2 323,048 312,178 242,088 216,388 3.5 29.0 11.9
Calhoun 9,270 9,294 7,624 7,422 -0.3 21.9 2.7
Franklin 7,894 7,661 7,065 6,576 3.0 8.4 7.4
Gadsden 42,707 41,674 39,184 41,989 2.5 6.4 -6.7
Gulf 10,712 10,658 10,096 9,937 0.5 5.6 1.6
Holmes 15,319 14,723 10,720 10,844 4.0 37.3 -1.1
Jackson 39,657 39,154 34,434 36,208 1.3 13.7 -4.9
Jefferson 10,993 10,703 8,778 9,543 2.7 21.9 -8.0
Leon 156,043 148,655 103,047 74,225 5.0 44.3 38.8
Liberty 4,353 4,260 3,379 3,138 2.2 26.1 7.7
Wakulla 11,084 10,887 6,308 5,257 1.8 72.6 20.0
Washington 15,016 14,509 11,453 11,249 3.5 26.7 1.8

District 3 313,006 296,984 215,142 172,864 5.4 38.0 24.5
Alachua 159,248 151,369 104,764 74,074 5.2 44.5 41.4
Bradford 20,689 20,023 14,625 12,446 3.3 36.9 17.5
Columbia 36,995 35,399 25,250 20,077 4.5 40.2 25.8
Dixie 8,792 7,751 5,480 4,479 13.4 41.4 22.3
Gilchrist 7,051 5,767 3,551 2,868 22.3 62.4 23.8
Hamilton 8,764 8,761 7,787 7,705 0.0 12.5 1.1
Lafayette 4,076 4,035 2,892 2,889 1.0 39.5 0.1
Madison 15,051 14,894 13,481 14,154 1.1 10.5 -4.8
Suwannee 23,883 22,287 15,559 14,961 7.2 43.2 4.0
Taylor 17,150 16,532 13,641 13,168 3.7 21.2 3.6
Union 11,307 10,166 8,112 6,043 11.2 25.3 34.2

District 4 827,283 799,003 662,705 566,310 3.5 20.6 17.0
Baker 16,081 15,289 9,242 7,363 5.2 65.4 25.5
Clay 72,050 67,052 32,059 19,535 7.5 109.2 64.1
Duval 580,737 571,003 528,865 455,411 1.7 8.0 16.1
Flagler 12,959 10,913 4,454 4,566 18.7 145.0 -2.5
Nassau 35,458 32,894 20,626 17,189 7.8 59.5 20.0
Putnam 52,901 50,549 36,424 32,212 4.7 38.8 13.1
St. Johns 57,097 51,303 31,035 30,034 11.3 65.3 3.3

District 5 297,193 265,802 132,825 94,322 11.8 100.1 40.8
Citrus 62,307 54,703 19,196 9,268 13.9 185.0 107.1
Hernando 52,973 44,469 17,004 11,205 19.1 161.5 51.8
Levy 21,531 19,870 12,756 10,364 8.4 55.8 23.1
Marion 135,087 122,488 69,030 51,616 10.3 77.4 33.7
Sumter 25,295 24,272 14,839 11,869 4.2 63.6 25.0









Table 6.--Population Change by Planning District in Florida,
Specified Years, 1960 through 1982



April 1 April 1 April 1 April 1 Percent Change
STATE and 1982 1980 1970 1960 1980 1970 1960
Districts (Est.) (Census) (Census) (Census) to 1982 to 1980 to 1970

District 6 1,435,557 1,336,646 922,068 631,653 7.4 45.0 46.0
Brevard 298,111 272,959 230,006 111,435 9.2 18.7 106.4
Lake 111,559 104,870 69,305 57,383 6.4 51.3 20.8
Orange 494,756 471,016 344,311 263,540 5.0 36.8 30.6
Osceola 59,185 49,287 25,267 19,029 20.1 95.1 32.8
Seminole 195,133 179,752 83,692 54,947 8.6 114.8 52.3
Volusia 276,813 258,762 169,487 125,319 7.0 52.7 35.2

District 7 453,459 427,860 297,204 246,954 6.0 44.0 20.3
DeSoto 20,153 19,039 13,060 11,683 5.9 45.8 11.8
Hardee 19,969 19,379 14,889 12,370 3.0 30.2 20.4
Highlands 52,037 47,526 29,507 21,338 9.5 61.1 38.3
Okeechobee 22,435 20,264 11,233 6,424 10.7 80.4 74.9
Polk 338,865 321,652 228,515 195,139 5.4 40.8 17.1

District 8 1,804,496 1,717,597 1,185,664 878,406 5.1 44.9 35.0
Hillsborough 677,733 646,960 490,265 397,788 4.8 32.0 23.2
Manatee 158,974 148,445 97,115 69,168 7.1 52.9 40.4
Pasco 211,852 193,661 75,955 36,785 9.4 155.0 106.5
Pinellas 755,937 728,531 522,329 374,665 3.8 39.5 39.4

District 9 633,942 576,539 306,756 170,850 10.0 87.9 79.5
Charlotte 66,430 58,460 27,559 12,594 13.6 112.1 118.8
Collier 98,094 85,971 38,040 15,753 14.1 126.0 141.5
Glades 6,399 5,992 3,669 2,950 6.8 63.3 24.4
Hendry 20,317 18,599 11,859 8,119 9.2 56.8 46.1
Lee 227,259 205,266 105,216 54,539 10.7 95.1 92.9
Sarasota 215,443 202,251 120,413 76,895 6.5 68.0 56.6

District 10 877,474 787,904 463,856 309,641 11.4 69.9 49.8
Indian River 66,915 59,896 35,992 25,309 11.7 66.4 42.2
Martin 71,635 64,014 28,035 16,932 11.9 128.3 65.6
Palm Beach 637,940 576,812 348,993 228,106 10.6 65.3 53.0
St. Lucie 100,984 87,182 50,836 39,294 15.8 71.5 29.4

District 11 2,861,861 2,707,169 1,940,478 1,316,914 5.7 39.5 47.4
Broward 1,067,044 1,018,257 620,100 333,946 4.8 64.2 85.7
Dade 1,729,069 1,625,724 1,267,792 935,047 6.4 28.2 35.6
Monroe 65,748 63,188 52,586 47,921 4.1 20.2 9.7








Table 7.-Rank in Population on April 1, 1970, April 1, 1980, and April 1, 1982,
and Percentage Change from 1970 to 1980 and 1980 to 1982 for
Specified Cities in Florida

April 1 Percent change
1982 April 1 (Census) Rank in-- 1980 1970
City (est.) 1980 1970 1982 1980 1970 -1982 -1980

Jacksonville 548,711 540,920 504,265 1 1 1 1.4 7.3
Miami 386,302 346,865 334,859 2 2 2 11.4 3.6
Tampa 271,977 271,523 277,714 3 3 3 0.2 -2.2
St. Petersburg 240,692 238,647 216,159 4 4 4 0.9 9.6
Hialeah 155,579 145,254 102,452 5 6 7 7.1 41.8

Ft. Lauderdale 153,167 153,279 139,590 6 5 5 -0.1 9.8
Orlando 132,200 128,291 99,006 7 7 8 3.1 29.7
Hollywood 122,680 121,323 106,873 8 8 6 1.1 9.7
Miami Beach 97,335 96,298 87,072 9 9 9 1.0 10.6
Tallahassee 95,829 81,548 72,624 10 11 10 17.5 12.3

Clearwater 89,707 85,528 52,074 11 10 14 4.9 64.1
Gainesville 81,305 81,371 64,510 12 12 II -0.1 26.1
West Palm Beach 64,090 63,305 57,375 13 13 13 1.2 9.0
Largo 59,839 58,977 24,230 14 14 29 1.5 143.4
Pensacola 58,636 57,619 59,507 15 15 12 1.8 -3.2

Pompano Beach 56,704 52,618 38,587 16 17 20 7.8 36.4
Daytona Beach 54,982 54,176 45,327 17 16 15 1.5 19.5
Plantation 51,476 48,653 23,523 18 20 33 5.8 106.2
Boca Raton 51,302 49,505 28,506 19 18 27 3.6 73.7
Lakeland 50,389 47,406 42,803 20 21 16 6.3 10.8

Sarasota 49,492 48,868 40,237 21 19 18 1.3 21.5
Melbourne 48,686 46,536 40,236 22 22 19 4.6 15.7
Coral Springs 44,272 37,349 1,489 23 27 18.5 2,408.3
Sunrise 44,022 39,681 7,403 24 25 10.9 436.0
North Miami 43,575 42,566 34,767 25 24 21 2.4 22.4

Coral Gables 43,398 43,241 42,494 26 23 17 0.4 1.8
Pembroke Pines 41,784 35,776 15,496 27 34 49 16.8 130.9
Deerfield Beach 41,232 39,193 16,662 28 26 44 5.2 135.2
Delray Beach 38,530 34,325 19,915 29 36 22 12.3 72.4
Ocala 38,497 37,170 22,583 30 29 34 3.6 64.6

Margate 38,388 35,900 8,867 31 33 6.9 306.5
Lauderhill 37,997 37,271 8,465 32 28 2.0 340.3
Ft. Myers 37,709 36,638 27,351 33 30 28 2.9 34.0
Boynton Beach 37,532 35,624 18,115 34 35 41 5.4 96.7
Hallandale 37,413 36,517 23,849 35 29 34 2.5 53.1

*Rank greater than 50.







Figure 1.-Population Density in Florida
Counties: April 1, 1982
(Persons per square mile)


LEGEND: DENSITY


I I LE3S THAN 100
HII]: 300-499
S MORE THAN 700


100-299
IA 500-699


Ci








Table 8.--Rank of Counties by Population Size, April 1, 1982, and Population Distribu-
tion April 1, 1970, April 1, 1980, and April 1, 1982, by County in Florida


Rank
in STATE
1982 County


April 1
1982
(Est.)


FLORIDA


Dade
Broward
Pinellas
Hillsborough
Palm Beach


Duval
Orange
Polk
Brevard
Volusia

Escambia
Lee
Sarasota
Pasco
Seminole

Alachua
Manatee
Leon
Marion
Okaloosa


Lake
Bay
St. Lucie
Collier
Clay

Martin
Indian River
Charlotte
Monroe
Citrus

Osceola
Santa Rosa
St. Johns
Hernando
Putnam


10,375,332

1,729,069
1,067,044
755,937
677,733
637,940


580,737
494,756
338,865
298,111
276,813

245,517
227,259
215,443
211,852
195,133

159,248
158,974
156,043
135,087
117,177

111,559
104,477
100,984
98,094
72,050

71,635
66,915
66,430
65,748
62,307

59,185
58,598
57,097
52,973
52,901


April 1
1980
(Census)

9,746,424

1,625,724
1,018,257
728,531
646,960
576,812

571,003
471,016
321,652
272,959
258,762

233,794
205,266
202,251
193,661
179,752

151,369
148,445
148,655
122,488
109,920


104,870
97,740
87,182
85,971
67,052

64,014
59,896
58,460
63,188
54,703

49,287
55,988
51,303
44,469
50,549


April 1
1970
(Census)

6,791,418

1,267,792
620,100
522,329
490,265
348,993

528,865
344,311
228,515
230,006
169,487

205,334
105,216
120,413
75,955
83,692

104,764
97,115
103,047
69,030
88,187


69,305
75,283
50,836
38,040
32,059

28,035
35,992
27,559
52,586
19,196

25,267
37,741
31,035
17,004
36,424


Percent of State Population
April 1 April 1 April 1
1982 1980 1970
(Est.) (Census) (Census)

100.00 100.00 100.00


16.67
10.28
7.29
6.53
6.15

5.60
4.77
3.27
2.87
2.67

2.37
2.19
2.08
2.04
1.88

1.53
1.53
1.50
1.30
1.13

1.08
1.01
0.97
0.95
0.69

0.69
0.64
0.64
0.63
0.60

0.57
0.56
0.55
0.51
0.51


16.68
10.45
7.47
6.64
5.92

5.86
4.83
3.30
2.80
2.65

2.40
2.11
2.08
1.99
1.84

1.55
1.52
1.53
1.26
1.13

1.08
1.00
0.89
0.88
0.69

0.66
0.61
0.60
0.65
0.56

0.51
0.57
0.53
0.46
0.52


18.67
9.13
7.69
7.22
5.14

7.79
5.07
3.36
3.39
2.50

3.02
1.55
1.77
1.12
1.23

1.54
1.43
1.52
1.02
1.30

1.02
1.11
0.75
0.56
0.47

0.41
0.53
0.41
0.77
0.28

0.37
0.56
0.46
0.25
0.54








Table 8.--Rank of Counties by Population Size, April 1, 1982, and Population Distribu-
tion April 1, 1970, April 1, 1980, and April 1, 1982, by County in Florida
(Continued)


Percent of State Population
Rank April 1 April 1 April 1 April 1 April 1 April 1
in STATE 1982 1980 1970 1982 1980 1970
1982 County (Est.) (Census) (Census) (Est.) (Census) (Census)

36 Highlands 52,037 47,526 29,507 0.50 0.49 0.43
37 Gadsden 42,707 41,674 39,184 0.41 0.43 0.58
38 Jackson 39,657 39,154 34,434 0.38 0.40 0.51
39 Columbia 36,995 35,399 25,250 0.36 0.36 0.37
40 Nassau 35,458 32,894 20,626 0.34 0.34 0.30

41 Sumter 25,295 24,272 14,839 0.24 0.25 0.22
42 Suwannee 23,883 22,287 15,559 0.23 0.23 0.23
43 Okeechobee 22,435 20,264 11,233 0.22 0.21 0.17
44 Walton 22,244 21,300 16,087 0.21 0.22 0.24
45 Levy 21,531 19,870 12,756 0.21 0.20 0.19

46 Bradford 20,689 20,023 14,625 0.20 0.21 0.22
47 Hendry 20,317 18,599 11,859 0.20 0.19 0.17
48 DeSoto 20,153 19,039 13,060 0.19 0.20 0.19
49 Hardee 19,969 19,379 14,889 0.19 0.20 0.22
50 Taylor 17,150 16,532 13,641 0.17 0.17 0.20

51 Baker 16,081 15,289 9,242 0.15 0.16 0.14
52 Holmes 15,319 14,723 10,720 0.15 0.15 0.16
53 Madison 15,051 14,894 13,481 0.15 0.15 0.20
54 Washington 15,016 14,509 11,453 0.14 0.15 0.17
55 Flagler 12,959 10,913 4,454 0.12 0.11 0.07

56 Union 11,307 10,166 8,112 0.11 0.10 0.12
57 Wakulla 11,084 10,887 6,308 0.11 0.11 0.09
58 Jefferson 10,993 10,703 8,778 0.11 0.11 0.13
59 Gulf 10,712 10,658 10,096 0.10 0.11 0.15
60 Calhoun 9,270 9,294 7,624 0.09 0.10 0.11

61 Dixie 8,792 7,751 5,480 0.08 0.08 0.08
62 Hamilton 8,764 8,761 7,787 0.08 0.09 0.11
63 Franklin 7,894 7,661 7,065 0.08 0.08 0.10
64 Gilchrist 7,051 5,767 3,551 0.07 0.06 0.05
65 Glades 6,399 5,992 3,669 0.06 0.06 0.05

66 Liberty 4,353 4,260 3,379 0.04 0.04 0.05
67 Lafayette 4,076 4,035 2,892 0.04 0.04 0.04








Table 9.--Population Per Square Mile and
Counties of Florida on April 1,


Rank According to Density in the State and


1970, April 1, 1980,


and April 1, 1982


Land Area
in 1980
(Sq. Miles)

54,153

280
1,955
1,211
776
298


Population
April 1
1982

191.6

2,699.8
884.4
881.1
748.4
654.8


Per Sq,
April 1
1980

180.0

2,601.9
831.6
840.8
735.8
603.2


Mile on--
April 1 April 1
1970 1982


Rank on--
April 1 April 1
1980 1970


125.4


1,865.5
648.5
512.1
681.5
280.8


Hillsborough
Orange
Sarasota
Escambia
Palm Beach

Brevard
Pasco
Lee
Volusia
Leon

Manatee
Polk
Alachua
St. Lucie
Bay

Indian River
Martin
Okaloosa
Clay
Lake

Hernando
Citrus
Charlotte
St. Johns
Marion

Gadsden
Putnam
Bradford
Monroe
Santa Rosa


STATE and
Counties

FLORIDA

Pinellas
Dade
Broward
Duval
Seminole


1,053
910
573
661
1,993

995
738
803
1,113
676

747
1,823
902
581
758

497
555
936
592
954

477
629
690
617
1,610

518
733
293
1,034
1,024


643.6
543.7
376.0
371.4
320.1

299.6
287.1
283.0
248.7
230.8

212.8
185.9
176.5
173.8
137.8

134.6
129.1
125.2
121.7
116.9

111.1
99.1
96.3
92.5
83.9

82.4
72.2
70.6
63.6
57.2


614.4
517.6
353.0
353.7
289.4

274.3
262.4
255.6
232.5
219.9

198.7
176.4
167.8
150.1
128.9

120.5
115.3
117.4
113.3
109.9

93.2
87.0
84.7
83.1
76.1

80.5
69.0
68.3
61.1
54.7


465.6
378.4
210.1
310.6
175.1

231.2
102.9
131.0
152.3
152.4

130.0
125.4
116.1
87.5
99.3

72.4
50.5
94.2
54.2
72.6

35.6
30.5
39.9
50.3
42.9

75.6
49.7
49.9
50.9
36.9









Table 9.--Population Per Square Mile and Rank According to Density in the State and
Counties of Florida on April 1, 1970, April 1, 1980, and April 1, 1982
(Continued)


STATE and
Counties

Nassau
Highlands
Collier
Columbia
Union

Sumter
Osceola
Jackson
Suwannee
DeSoto

Holmes
Hardee
Okeechobee
Baker
Flagler

Washington
Madison
Walton
Gilchrist
Levy

Gulf
Wakulla
Jefferson
Hendry
Hamilton

Calhoun
Taylor
Franklin
Dixie
Glades

Lafayette
Liberty


Land Area
in 1980
(Sq. Miles)


649
1,029
1,994
797
246

561
1,350
942
690
636

488
637
771
585
491

590
710
1,066
354
1,100

559
601
609
1,163
517

568
1,058
545
701
763

545
837


Population
April 1
1982


54.6
50.6
49.2
46.4
46.0

45.1
43.8
42.1
34.6
31.7

31.4
31.3
29.1
27.5
26.4

25.5
21.2
20.9
19.9
19.6

19.2
18.4
18.1
17.5
17.0

16.3
16.2
14.5
12.5
8.4

7.5
5.2


Per Sq.
April 1
1980


Mile on--


April 1
1970


50.7
46.2
43.1
44.4
41.3

43.3
36.5
41.6
32.3
29.9

30.2
30.4
26.3
26.1
22.2

24.6
21.0
20.0
16.3
18.1

19.1
18.1
17.6
16.0
16.9

16.4
15.6
14.1
11.1
7.9

7.4
5.1


Rank on--
April 1 April 1 April 1
1982 1980 1970


31.8
28.7
19.1
31.7
33.0

26.5
18.7
36.6
22.5
20.5

22.0
23.4
14.6
15.8
9.1

19.4
19.0
15.1
10.0
11.6

18.1
10.5
14.4
10.2
15.1

13.4
12.9
13.0
7.8
4.8

5.3
4.0


Note: Land-area figures represent the total area in the counties in
are not adjusted for lands which cannot be developed (government-owned
reserves) or are uninhabitable (swamps or marshes).


1980 and
parks or








Table 10.--Age Distributions (Percentages) of the Population of
and its Counties, April 1, 1960, April 1, 1970, and April


1960 1970 1980


County

Alachua


Baker


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


County


Clay


30.4
47.8
15.4
6.3


35.8
39.6
17.9
6.8


35.3
44.9
14.7
5.1


34.9
38.6
18.0
8.4


34.7
44.3
15.3
5.7


28.5
36.8
23.3
11.4


34.7
35.4
20.9
9.0


21.8
28.5
28.9
20.8


27.9
29.8
25.3
17.0


Age


26.4
52.3
15.1
6.2


30.9
41.6
19.1
8.4


30.9
42.5
19.4
7.2


28.2
43.1
19.8
8.9


32.6
44.4
17.4
5.5


23.4
34.7
24.1
17.8


30.8
35.4
23.0
10.9


15.1
20.6
29.2
35.0


20.2
25.8
28.0
26.0


1960 1970 1980


19.0
60.4
13.5
7.1


27.1
47.0
17.1
8.8


23.3
46.9
20.3
9.5


22.9
46.8
19.9
10.4


19.1
43.5
24.7
12.7


16.7
39.4
21.9
22.0


24.8
39.8
20.1
15.3


12.3
25.3
28.5
33.9


14.9
28.2
27.9
29.0


Collier





Columbia





Dade





DeSoto





Dixie





Duval





Escambia





Flagler


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


Florida
1, 1980


34.8
41.2
14.7
9.3


31.0
38.1
22.7
8.2


34.7
36.9
19.7
8.7


27.4
40.0
22.6
10.0


26.4
34.4
24.4
14.8


34.4
38.0
19.6
8.0


33.5
42.5
17.8
6.2


35.7
44.0
15.1
5.2


34.5
36.3
19.5
9.7


33.7
42.1
15.9
8.2


25.9
34.5
25.7
14.0


31.3
39.8
19.8
9.1


24.2
39.1
23.1
13.5


25.5
35.6
23.4
15.6


31.9
38.8
20.3
9.0


29.3
43.8
19.5
7.4


30.1
45.5
18.0
6.4


28.5
33.7
22.6
15.2


Bradford





Brevard





Broward





Calhoun





Charlotte





Citrus


27.0
48.6
17.1
7.3


18.5
38.3
24.2
19.0


25.5
44.7
19.6
10.2


18.9
43.3
22.1
15.7


21.7
41.5
20.6
16.2


23.2
43.0
21.7
12.1


23.2
47.6
19.5
9.7


23.0
48.3
19.8
8.9


18.4
33.9
29.4
18.3








Table 10.--Age Distributions (Percentages) of the Population of Florida
and its Counties, April 1, 1960, April 1, 1970, and April 1, 1980
(Continued)


1960 1970 1980


County

Franklin


Gadsden





Gilchrist





Glades





Gulf


Age

0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


County

Highlands


31.1
33.9
21.6
13.4


33.7
36.6
20.3
9.4


31.8
36.9
21.1
10.1


31.4
44.1
18.4
6.1


36.4
41.4
17.1
5.1


35.9
33.7
20.1
10.2


31.2
38.2
20.3
10.3


34.1
40.7
19.4
5.8


31.4
33.6
21.0
14.1


29.1
34.5
21.1
15.3


31.4
35.6
21.2
11.8


29.6
37.1
22.2
11.1


32.8
37.1
21.1
9.1


31.5
40.6
19.8
8.1


32.2
36.1
19.7
12.0


31.6
38.4
20.0
9.9


33.5
39.7
19.7
7.1


25.0
31.6
23.1
20.3


23.5
41.5
20.0
15.0


27.1
42.5
18.3
12.1


23.2
43.9
21.9
11.0


22.7
36.8
25.8
14.7


24.6
41.2
22.9
11.3


28.8
41.3
16.7
13.2


27.4
42.1
19.1
11.4


28.4
44.3
18.7
8.6


16.6
30.8
28.2
24.4


1960 1970 1980


Hillsborough





Holmes





Indian River





Jackson


Age.

0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


29.9
33.8
21.2
15.1


30.3
39.5
20.3
9.8


30.3
34.5
23.2
12.0


30.4
33.5
22.1
13.9


33.4
39.6
18.4
8.6


38.1
33.3
17.9
10.8


31.5
34.6
22.2
11.7


27.8
34.2
22.0
16.0


28.5
35.1
23.7
12.7


25.6
31.3
22.5
20.7


28.1
41.1
20.5
10.4


26.1
35.1
24.3
14.4


27.3
33.4
21.9
17.4


27.7
40.2
21.0
11.0


32.4
35.9
19.8
12.0


28.0
36.6
22.0
13.3


24.2
31.9
22.7
21.3


23.8
31.9
25.6
18.7


Jefferson





Lafayette





Lake





Lee


Hamilton





Hardee





Hendry





Hernando


17.6
32.7
23.4
26.3


21.8
47.0
19.7
11.5


23.8
40.4
21.4
14.4


18.1
37.2
24.4
20.3


23.3
43.0
19.8
13.9


26.7
40.8
19.2
13.3


26.5
42.0
19.3
12.2


17.8
33.9
22.9
25.4


17.5
35.6
24.6
22.3








Table 10.--Age Distributions (Percentages) of the Population of Florida
and its Counties, April 1, 1960, April 1, 1970, and April 1, 1980
(Continued)


1960 1970 1980


County


Leon


Age


Levy


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


County

Okaloosa





Okeechobee





Orange





Osceola


31.4
47.9
15.5
5.2


32.8
33.5
21.5
12.3


34.3
36.2
20.5
9.0


36.8
35.0
18.7
9.5


24.5
29.4
24.1
22.0


32.3
36.1
21.0
10.6


27.7
32.9
23.7
15.7


28.4
49.9
16.1
5.6


37.6
39.6
16.9
6.0


26.6
52.6
15.4
5.4


29.2
34.9
22.8
13.1


29.9
39.0
20.2
10.9


29.4
37.9
21.0
11.7


19.3
27.3
23.3
30.1


28.2
36.7
22.1
13.0


23.8
31.4
23.5
21.3


25.7
45.4
20.4
8.5


33.2
41.0
18.7
7.1


20.7
58.1
14.6
6.6


22.4
38.6
23.4
15.6


25.2
40.9
21.8
12.1


26.2
40.1
19.5
14.2


16.8
33.8
22.3
27.1


20.8
38.5
23.6
17.1


16.4
35.5
23.7
24.4


15.8
44.5
25.6
14.1


26.5
46.7
19.1
7.7


Liberty





Madison


Manatee





Marion





Martin





Monroe





Nassau


Age

0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


Palm Beach





Pasco





Pinellas





Polk





Putnam


37.8
48.9
10.2
3.2


35.7
40.6
17.2
6.4


31.6
41.5
17.6
9.4


26.0
30.2
21.0
22.8


27.7
36.8
22.8
12.7


25.3
31.7
23.0
20.0


21.3
28.8
25.0
24.9


31.4
39.0
19.5
10.2


35.0
36.6
18.9
9.5


33.5
49.4
13.7
3.4


33.7
40.5
17.8
8.0


28.7
41.7
20.0
9.6


24.4
32.2
21.4
22.0


24.7
35.3
22.8
17.3


17.5
25.1
25.8
31.6


18.8
27.9
23.9
29.4


28.3
38.4
20.6
12.6


30.7
36.5
20.7
12.0


23.9
51.6
18.7
5.8


25.4
42.0
20.5
12.1


21.1
47.9
20.4
10.6


20.5
40.7
21.0
17.8


17.0
37.7
22.0
23.3


14.7
28.6
26.0
30.7


14.9
34.3
23.0
27.8


21.7
43.4
20.6
14.3


22.8
38.3
23.7
15.2


1960 1970 1980








Table 10.--Age Distributions (Percentages) of the Population of


and its Counties, April


1, 1960, April 1, 1970, and April
(Continued)


County

St. Johns


St. Lucie





Santa Rosa





Sarasota





Seminole





Sumter





Suwannee


Age

0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


31.0
35.7
22.0
11.3


31.7
36.8
21.0
10.4


34.1
46.8
13.5
5.5


23.8
31.6
26.3
18.4


34.5
39.6
17.3
8.6


32.5
34.5
21.5
11.5


32.9
35.5
20.9
10.7


28.0
35.4
22.5
14.1


28.4
35.8
21.3
14.5


30.0
47.1
16.1
6.0


17.9
27.5
26.0
28.6


31.3
39.7
19.7
9.4


26.6
37.6
22.7
13.1


29.5
36.3
22.2
12.0


20.8
42.2
22.4
14.6


21.6
39.4
22.0
17.0


24.6
49.6
18.5
7.3


13.7
31.8
24.5
30.0


23.5
46.2
20.5
9.8


20.7
40.0
22.6
16.7


24.8
40.7
20.6
13.9


County

Taylor


Union





Volusia





Wakulla





Walton





Washington





FLORIDA


Florida
1, 1980


1960 190 lIM0


Age.

0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


0-14
15-44
45-64
65+


36.7
37.4
17.9
8.0


25.4
48.2
19.6
6.9


24.4
31.7
24.2
19.7


35.3
35.4
20.2
9.1


32.7
35.1
21.4
10.7


32.7
34.5
21.8
11.0


29.6
38.6
20.6
11.2


30.9
38.8
20.5
9.8


20.3
55.0
17.8
6.9


22.1
32.6
23.1
22.2


31.5
37.3
20.7
10.5


26.9
36.2
23.9
13.1


29.3
35.3
22.3
13.1


25.8
38.1
21.6
14.5


1960 1970 190


24.9
42.4
20.0
12.7


16.3
62.3
15.4
6.0


16.8
37.8
23.1
22.3


26.1
44.2
18.4
11.3


21.4
38.3
24.3
15.9


23.6
39.0
21.9
15.5


19.3
41.8
21.6
17.3









Figure 2.-Population Growth in Florida,
April 1, 1980 to April 1, 1982
(Percentage change)


I I I II


I I LESS THRN 5.0
S7,5-9.9
MORE THAN 15.0


5.0-7,4
gggIg 10.0-1i,9


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