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 Front Cover
 Table of Contents
 Preface
 Maps
 Population
 Housing
 Vital statistics and health
 Education
 Income and wealth
 Labor force, employment, and...
 Social insurance and welfare
 Geography and environment
 Agriculture
 Forestry, fisheries and minera...
 Construction
 Manufacturing
 Transportation
 Communications
 Power and energy
 Wholesale and retail trade
 Finance, insurance and real...
 Personal and business services
 Tourism and recreation
 Health, education and cultural...
 Government and elections
 Courts and law enforcement
 Government finance and employm...
 Economic indicators and prices
 State comparisons
 Explanatory notes and sources
 Glossary
 Index of census tables
 Index of tables
 Back Matter
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Title: Florida statistical abstract
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Title: Florida statistical abstract
Physical Description: v. : ill., maps. ; 22 cm.
Language: English
Creator: University of Florida -- Bureau of Economic and Business Research
Publisher: University of Florida Press etc.
University of Florida Press etc.
Place of Publication: Gainesville
Publication Date: 1994
Frequency: annual
regular
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Subject: Statistics -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Economic conditions -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Genre: government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
statistics   ( marcgt )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 1st- ed.; 1967-
Issuing Body: Vols. for 1967- prepared by Bureau of Economic and Business Research, College of Business Administration, University of Florida.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00080556
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - ABS7237
oclc - 01333015
alephbibnum - 000300763
issn - 0071-6022
lccn - a 67007393

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Full Text





1994
Florida
Statistical Abstract




Twenty-eighth Edition

Bureau of Economic and Business Research
College of Business Administration
UNIVERSITY OF
SFLORIDA

University Press of Florida
Gainesville Tallahassee Tampa Boca Raton
Pensacola Orlando Miami Jacksonville


1994













UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


John V. Lombardi, President

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

John Kraft, Dean


BUREAU OF ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS RESEARCH

Stanley K. Smith, Director


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Cover photograph of canoeist on the Santa Fe River
in north central Florida is courtesy of John Moran/The Gainesville Sun.





CONTENTS


Page

Preface iv

Maps and Figures

Counties and Metropolitan Statistical Areas effective
December 31, 1992, to present vii
Counties and County Seats viii
Planning Districts 39
Health and Rehabilitative Services Districts 258
Water Management Districts 281
Crop-reporting Districts 344

Tables

Human Resources
1.00 Population 1
2.00 Housing 64
3.00 Vital Statistics and Health 96
4.00 Education 110
5.00 Income and Wealth 138
6.00 Labor Force. Employment, and Earnings 217
7.00 Social Insurance and Welfare 249

Physical Resources and Industries
8.00 Geography and Environment 271
9.00 Agriculture 297
10.00 Forestry, Fisheries, and Minerals 351
11.00 Construction 361
12.00 Manufacturing 380
13.00 Transportation 404
14.00 Communications 440
15.00 Power and Energy 455

Services
16.00 Wholesale and Retail Trade 477
17.00 Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate 491
18.00 Personal and Business Services 511
19.00 Tourism and Recreation 522
20.00 Health. Education, and Cultural Services 538

Public Resources and Administration
21.00 Government and Elections 584
22.00 Courts and Law Enforcement 598
23.00 Government Finance and Employment 622

Economic and Social Trends
24.00 Economic Indicators and Prices 700
25.00 State Comparisons 719


Appendix. Explanatory Notes and Sources 737
Glossary 755
Index to Census Tables in Previous Abstracts 764
Index to 1994 Edition 773







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Counties and Metropolitan Statistical Areas
Effective December 31, 1992, to present


fl :*ll t


Daytona Beach MSA
Flagler County
Volusia County
Ft. Lauderdale PMSA*
Broward County
Ft. Myers-Cape Coral MSA
Lee County
Ft. Pierce-Port St. Lucie MSA
Martin County
St. Lucie County
Ft. Walton Beach MSA
Okaloosa County
Gainesville MSA
Alachua County
Jacksonville MSA
Clay County
Duval County
Nassau County
St. Johns County
Lakeland-Winter Haven MSA
Polk County
Melboume-Titusville-
Palm Bay MSA
Brevard County
Miami PMSA*
Dade County
Naples MSA
Collier County
Ocala MSA
Marion County
* Miami-Ft. Lauderdale CMSA


Orlando MSA \
Lake County .,.
Orange County : -
Osceola Counly .
Seminole County :" "
Panama Ciry MSA ,.: *,
Bay County
Pensacola MSA
Escambia County
Santa Rosa County -
Punta Gorda MSA
Charlotte County
Sarasota-Bradenton MSA
Manatee County
Sarasota County
Tallahassee MSA
Gadsden County
Leon County
Tampa-St. Petersburg-
Clearwater MSA
Hemando County
Hilsborough County
Pasco County
Pinellas County
West Palm Beach-Boca Raton MSA
Palm Beach County


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Counties and County Seats


County County Seat

Alachua Gainesville
Baker Macclenny
Bay Panama City
Bradford Starke
Brevard Titusville
Broward Ft. Lauderdale
Calhoun Blountstown
Charlotte Punta Gorda
Citrus Inverness
Clay Green Cove Springs
Collier Naples
Columbia Lake City
Dade Miami
De Soto Arcadia
Dixie Cross City
Duval Jacksonville
Escambia Pensacola
Flagler Bunnell
Franklin Eastpoint
Gadsden Quincy
Gilchrist Trenton
Glades Moore Haven
Gulf Port St. Joe
Hamilton Jasper
Hardee Wauchula
Hendry La Belle
Hemando Brooksville
Highlands Sebring
Hillsborough Tampa
Holmes Bonifay
Indian River Vero Beach
Jackson Marianna
Jefferson Monticello
Lafayette Mayo
Lake Tavares
Lee Ft. Myers
Leon Tallahassee
Levy Bronson
Liberty Bristol
Madison Madison
Manatee Bradenton
Marion Ocala
Martin Stuart
Monroe Key West


County County Seat

Nassau Yulee
Okaloosa Shalimar
Okeechobee Okeechobee
Orange Orlando
Osceola Kissimmee
Palm Beach West Palm Beach
Pasco New Port Richey
Pinellas Clearwater
Polk Bartow
Putnam Palatka
St. Johns St. Augustine
St. Lucie Ft. Pierce
Santa Rosa Milton
Sarasota Sarasota
Seminole Sanford
Sumter Bushnell
Suwannee Live Oak
Taylor Perry
Union Lake Butler
Volusia De Land
Wakulla Crawfordville
Walton DeFuniak Springs
Washington Chipley


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POPULATION

Percentage of Population Aged 65 and Over
by County, April 1, 1993


] 8 to 10
L 11 to 15
S16 to 25
* 26 to 35


Source: Table 1.36


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SECTION 1.00
POPULATION

TABLES LISTED BY MAJOR HEADINGS


HEADING PAGE

AGE AND SEX:
Table 1.35. ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES
OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1993 21
AGE AND SEX PROJECTIONS:
Table 1.37. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 1995, 2000,
2005, AND 2010, BY AGE AND SEX IN FLORIDA 26
AGE PROJECTIONS:
Table 1.41. PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 1995, 2000, AND 2005, BY AGE IN THE STATE AND
COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 31
AGE, RACE, AND SEX:
Table 1.34. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1. 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1993,
BY AGE, RACE, AND SEX IN FLORIDA 20
CITY RANKINGS:
Table 1.13. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, JULY 1, 1992, OF THE
MOST POPULOUS CITIES IN THE UNITED STATES AND IN FLORIDA 7
COMPONENTS OF CHANGE:
Table 1.72. COMPONENTS OF POPULATION CHANGE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF
FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990 TO APRIL 1, 1993 44
COUNTIES:
Table 1.20. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1983
THROUGH 1993, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 8
COUNTIES AND CITIES:
Table 1.31. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1993.
IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES OF FLORIDA 14
COUNTY RANKINGS AND DENSITY:
Table 1.75. ESTIMATES, RANK, PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION, LAND AREA, AND
DENSITY IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1993 48
HRS DISTRICTS:
Table 1.67. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1993,
IN THE STATE, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES (HRS)
DISTRICTS. AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 41
IMMIGRANTS:
Table 1.89. NEW ARRIVALS BY PORT OF ENTRY IN FLORIDA AND IN THE UNITED
STATES, FISCAL YEARS 1992 AND 1993 58
Table 1.90. NUMBER ADMITTED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRY OF BIRTH AND RESIDENCE
IN FLORIDA AND THE UNITED STATES, FISCAL YEAR 1993 58
Table 1.91. NUMBER ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OF BIRTH AND INTENDED RESIDENCE
IN SPECIFIED METROPOLITAN AREAS IN FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1993 59
INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION:
Table 1.80. ESTIMATED NUMBER OF INMATES AND PATIENTS RESIDING IN FEDERAL
AND STATE GOVERNMENT-OPERATED INSTITUTIONS AND CONSIDERED
NONRESIDENTS OF THE LOCAL AREA FOR REVENUE-SHARING
PURPOSES IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES
OF FLORIDA. APRIL 1, 1993 50
LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME:
Table 1.92. PERSONS AGED 5 AND OVER BY LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN
AT HOME AND ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF
FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990 60
MALE AND FEMALE PROJECTIONS:
Table 1.40. PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 1995, 2000, AND 2005, BY SEX IN THE STATE AND
COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 28
MARITAL STATUS:
Table 1.95. PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER BY SEX IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES
OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990 62
METROPOLITAN AREAS:
Table 1.65. CENSUS COUNTS APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES APRIL 1, 1993,
IN THE STATE AND METROPOLITAN AREAS OF FLORIDA 37






SECTION 1.00
POPULATION
(Continued)

TABLES LISTED BY MAJOR HEADINGS


HEADING PAGE

PERSONS AGED 65 AND OVER AND MEDIAN AGE:
Table 1.36. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1993, OF
PERSONS AGED 65 AND OVER AND MEDIAN AGE, APRIL 1, 1990, IN THE
STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 24
PLANNING DISTRICT PROJECTIONS:
Table 1.83. ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1993, AND PROJECTIONS, SPECIFIED YEARS
APRIL 1, 1995 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE AND COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING
DISTRICTS OF FLORIDA 51
PLANNING DISTRICTS:
Table 1.66. CENSUS COUNTS. APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1. 1993,
IN THE STATE, COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING DISTRICTS, AND COUNTIES OF
FLORIDA 38
POPULOUS CITIES:
Table 1.69. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1993,
IN THE 35 MOST POPULOUS CITIES IN FLORIDA. 1993 43
PROJECTIONS:
Table 1.84. ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1993, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 1995, 2000,
2005, 2010, 2015, AND 2020, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 52
RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN:
Table 1.25. CENSUS COUNTS BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN IN FLORIDA AND THE
UNITED STATES, APRIL 1, 1990 11
Table 1.26. CENSUS COUNTS BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN IN THE STATE AND
COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990 12
RACE PROJECTIONS:
Table 1.42. ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1993, AND PROJECTIONS. APRIL 1, 1995, 2000, AND
2005, BY RACE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 34
RESIDENCE IN 1985:
Table 1.73. PERSONS AGED 5 AND OVER LIVING IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF
FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990, BY PLACE OF RESIDENCE IN 1985 46
STATES:
Table 1.12. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, JULY 1, 1993, IN FLORIDA.
OTHER STATES, AND THE UNITED STATES 6
URBAN AND RURAL:
Table 1.10. CENSUS COUNTS AND URBAN AND RURAL POPULATION IN FLORIDA.
CENSUS YEARS 1830 TO 1990 4
Table 1.11. NUMBER OF URBAN, RURAL, AND RURAL FARM RESIDENTS IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA. APRIL 1., 1990 5
VETERANS:
Table 1.87. ESTIMATED NUMBER OF VETERANS IN CIVIL LIFE IN FLORIDA AND
THE UNITED STATES BY PERIOD OF SERVICE, JULY 1, 1992 58







1.00


Table 1.10. URBAN AND RURAL: CENSUS COUNTS AND
IN FLORIDA, CENSUS YEARS 1830 TO 1990


URBAN AND RURAL POPULATION


Total nonulation
Change from
precedina census
Per-
cent-
Number Number age


Urban nonulation
Per-
cent -
age of
Number total


Rural nonulation
Per-
cent-
age of
Number total


Previous urban
definition I/
1830 (June 1)
1840 (June 1)

1850 (June 1)
1860 (June 1)

1870 (June 1)
1880 (June 1)

1890 (June 1)
1900 (June 1)

1910 (April 15)
1920 (January 1)

1930 (April 1)
1940 (April 1)

1950 (April 1)
1960 (April 1)

Current urban
definition 2/
1950 (April 1)
1960 (April 1)

1970 (April 1)
1980 (April 1)
1990 (April 1)


34,730
54,477


(X) (X)
19,747 56.9


87,445 32,968 60.5
140,424 52,979 60.6


0 0.0 34,730 100.0
0 0.0 54,477 100.0

0 0.0 87,445 100.0
5,708 4.1 134,716 95.9


187,748 47,324 33.7 15,275 8.1 172,473 91.9
269,493 81,745 43.5 26,947 10.0 242,546 90.0

391,422 121,929 45.2 77,358 19.8 314,064 80.2
528,542 137,120 35.0 107,031 20.3 421,511 79.7

752,619 224,077 42.4 219,080 29.1 533,539 70.9
968,470 215,851 28.7 353,515 36.5 614,955 63.5


1,468,211 499,741 51.6 759,778
1,897,414 429,203 29.2 1,045,791


2,771,305 873,891
4,951,560 2,180,255



2,771,305 873,891
4,951,560 2,180,255

6,791,418 1,839,858
9,746,324 2,954,906
12,937,926 3,191,602


46.1 1,566,788
78.7 3,077,989



46.1 1,813,890
78.7 3,661,383

37.2 5,544,551
43.5 8,212,385
32.8 10,970,445


51.7 708,433 48.3
55.1 851,623 44.9

56.5 1,204,517 43.5
62.2 1,873,571 37.8



65.5 957,415 34.5
73.9 1,290,177 26.1

81.6 1,244,892 18.3
84.3 1,533,939 15.7
84.8 1,967,481 15.2


(X) Not applicable.
1/ Figures have been adjusted to constitute a substantially consistent series
based on incorporated places of 2,500 or more persons with additional areas defined
as urban under special rules.
2/ The current urban definition defines the urban population as all persons
living in urbanized areas and in places of 2,500 or more persons outside urbanized
areas. An urbanized area comprises an incorporated place and adjacent densely
settled surrounding area that together have a minimum population of 50,000. Popu-
lation not classified as urban constitutes the rural population. Rural classifi-
cation need not imply farm residence or a sparsely settled area because a small city
is rural as long as it is outside an urbanized area and has fewer than 2,500
persons.

Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of
Population and Housing: General Population Characteristics, Florida, 1990 CP-1-11,
and previous census editions.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994


Population


Census year
and date







1.00


Table 1.11. URBAN AND RURAL: NUMBER OF URBAN, RURAL, AND RURAL FARM RESIDENTS
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990


Rural
Urban Total Farm i/ County

10,970,445 1,967,481 47,436 Lafayette
132,956 48,640 2,295 Lake


Baker 3,966

Bay 107,882
Bradford 5,226
Brevard 366,463

Broward 1,241,667
Calhoun 0
Charlotte 88,951

Citrus 28,989
Clay 69,760
Collier 118,101

Columbia 13,267
Dade 1,914,689
De Soto 10,633

Dixie 0
Duval 664,899
Escambia 225,832

Flagler 18,104
Franklin 2,707
Gadsden 11,826

Gilchrist 0
Glades 0
Gulf 4,044

Hamilton 0
Hardee 3,253
Hendry 11,533

Hernando 61,966
Highlands 16,942
Hillsborough 744,209

Holmes 2,657
Indian River 74,883
Jackson 8,967
Jefferson 2,524


14,520

19,112
17,289
32,515

13,821
11,011
22,024

64,526
36,226
33,998

29,346
22,405
13,232

10,585
8,072
36,966

10,597
6,260
29,279

9,667
7,591
7,460

10,930
16,246
14,240

39,149
51,490
89,845

13,121
15,325
32,408
8,772


335 Lee

168 Leon
667 Levy
226 Liberty

186 Madison
233 Manatee
196 Marion

797 Martin
585 Monroe
311 Nassau


803 Okaloosa
1,635 Okeechobee
676 Orange

142 Osceola
116 Palm Beach
648 Pasco

228 Pinellas
7 Polk
1,408 Putnam

519 St. Johns
84 St. Lucie
116 Santa Rosa

310 Sarasota
1,202 Seminole
202 Sumter

620 Suwannee
787 Taylor
3,452 Union

835 Volusia
267 Wakulla
1,449 Walton
468 Washington


County

Florida
Alachua


1/ Persons in households living in farm residences.
Note: Data are estimates based on a sample and may differ from complete count
data.

Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of Popu-
lation: Social and Economic Characteristics, Florida. 1990 CP-2-11.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994


Population


Rural
Urban Total Farm 1/

0 5,578 686
65,689 86,415 1,582
288,572 46,541 372

158,809 33,684 577
0 25,923 473
0 5,569 56

3,360 13,209 716
187,737 23,970 966
77,197 117,636 2,062

83,979 16,921 367
57,129 20,895 23
19,724 24,217 421

120,730 23,046 402
8,903 20,724 945
630,908 46,583 1,066

71,532 36,196 798
817,947 45,571 1,009
189,535 91,596 1,602

848,230 3,429 25
284,810 120,572 2,366
10,201 54,869 694

47,952 35,877 330
138,289 11,882 257
36,234 45,374 916

259,005 18,771 443
266,770 20,759 477
6,107 25,470 732

6,332 20,448 1,596
7,151 9,960 353
0 10,252 316

311,063 59,649 1,258
0 14,202 168
5,788 21,972 697
3,866 13,053 712







1.00


Table 1.12. STATES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, JULY 1, 1993
IN FLORIDA, OTHER STATES, AND THE UNITED STATES


Esti- Per-
Census mates centage
April 1 July 1 change
1990 1993 1990 to
State (1,000) (1,000) 1993 State


Florida

Alabama
Alaska

Arizona
Arkansas

California
Colorado

Connecticut
Delaware

District of
Columbia

Georgia
Hawaii

Idaho
Illinois

Indiana
Iowa

Kansas
Kentucky

Louisiana
Maine

Maryland
Massachusetts

Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi


Esti- Per-
Census mates centage
April 1 July 1 change
1990 1993 1990 to
(1,000) (1,000) 1993


12,938 13,679

4,041 4,187
550 599

3,665 3,936
2,351 2,424

29,760 31,211
3,294 3,566

3,287 3,277
666 700


607 578

6,478 6,917
1,108 1,172

1,007 1,099
11,431 11,697

5,544 5,713
2,777 2,814

2,478 2,531
3,685 3,789

4,220 4,295
1,228 1,239

4,781 4,965
6,016 6,012

9,295 9,478
4,375 4,517
2,573 2,643


Note: Includes persons in the Armed Forces residing in each state.

Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Population Division,
Press release CB93-219.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994


Population


5.7 Missouri 5,117 5,234
Montana 799 839
3.6 Nebraska 1,578 1,607
8.9 Nevada 1,202 1,389

7.4 New Hampshire 1,109 1,125
3.1 New Jersey 7,730 7,879

4.9 New Mexico 1,515 1,616
8.3 New York 17,990 18,197

-0.3 North Carolina 6,629 6,945
5.1 North Dakota 639 635

Ohio 10,847 11,091
-4.8 Oklahoma 3,146 3,231

6.8 Oregon 2,842 3,032
5.8 Pennsylvania 11,882 12,048

9.1 Rhode Island 1,003 1,000
2.3 South Carolina 3,487 3,643

3.0 South Dakota 696 715
1.3 Tennessee 4,877 5,099

2.1 Texas 16,987 18,031
2.8 Utah 1,723 1,860

1.8 Vermont 563 576
0.9 Virginia 6,187 6,491

3.8 Washington 4,867 5,255
-0.1 West Virginia 1,793 1,820

2.0 Wisconsin 4,892 5,038
3.2 Wyoming 454 470
2.7 United States 248,710 257,908








1.00 Population



Table 1.13. CITY RANKINGS: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES
JULY 1, 1992, OF THE MOST POPULOUS CITIES IN THE UNITED STATES AND
IN FLORIDA


Census, Estimates,
Anril 1. 1990 July 1. 1992
Rank Rank
among among
U.S. U.S.
City Population cities Population cities

Most noulous cities in U.S.
New York, NY 7,322,564 1 7,311,966 1
Los Angeles, CA 3,485,398 2 3,489,779 2
Chicago, IL 2,783,726 3 2,768,483 3
Houston, TX 1,630,553 4 1,690,180 4
Philadelphia, PA 1,585,577 5 1,552,572 5
San Diego, CA 1,110,549 6 1,148,851 6
Dallas, TX 1,006,877 8 1,022,497 7
Phoenix, AZ 983,403 9 1,012,230 8
Detroit, MI 1,027,974 7 1,012,110 9
San Antonio, TX 935,933 10 966,437 10
San Jose, CA 782,248 11 801,331 11
Indianapolis, IN 1/ 731,327 13 746,538 12
San Francisco, CA 723,959 14 728,921 13
Baltimore, MD 736,014 12 726,096 14
Jacksonville, FL I/ 635,230 15 661,177 15
Columbus, OH 632,910 16 642,987 16
Milwaukee, WI 628,088 17 617,043 17
Memphis, TN 610,337 18 610,275 18
Washington, DC 606,900 19 585,221 19
Boston, MA 574,283 20 551,675 20
El Paso, TX 515,342 22 543,813 21
Seattle, WA 516,259 21 519,598 22
Cleveland, OH 505,616 23 502,539 23
Nashville-Davidson, TN 1/ 488,374 25 495,012 24
Austin, TX 465,622 27 492,329 25

Other most nonulous cities
in Florida
Miami 358,548 46 367,016 44
Tampa 280,015 55 284,737 56
St. Petersburg 238,629 65 235,306 68
Hialeah 188,004 85 191,702 84
Orlando 164,693 105 174,215 100
Ft. Lauderdale 149,377 117 148,524 117
Tallahassee 124,773 147 130,357 145
Hollywood 121,697 149 121,732 151







1/ Consolidated city. Excludes the populations of other incorporated places in
the county.

Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1992 Population
Estimates for Metropolitan Areas and Incorporated Cities, PPL-2.

Florida Statistcal Abstract 1994










Table 1.20. COUNTIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1983 THROUGH 1993, IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA

S(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)


Census Estimates
County 1980 1990 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1991 1992 1993

W Florida 9,747.0 12,938.1 10,678.7 10,982.5 11,322.3 11,654.1 12,000.2 12,327.6 12,650.9 13,196.0 13,424.4 13,608.6

Alachua 151.4 181.6 160.8 165.5 169.2 171.5 173.9 176.1 179.1 183.8 186.2 190.7
Baker 15.3 18.5 16.4 16.8 16.9 17.2 17.5 17.8 18.1 18.9 19-2 19.5
Bay 97.7 127.0 106.7 110.7 116.5 120.1 122.5 124.4 125.8 128.6 131.3 134.1
Bradford 20.0 22.5 22.6 22.4 22.6 22.3 22.8 23.0 23.0 22.7 23.1 23.3

Brevard 273.0 399.0 308.6 319.5 334.8 349.7 363.0 376.3 388.4 409.4 417.7 427.0
Broward 1,018.3 1,255.5 1,082.5 1,100.8 1,124.8 1,147.9 1,176.8 1,206.7 1,232.5 1,278.4 1,294.1 1,317.5
Calhoun 9.3 11.0 9.4 9.4 9.6 9.7 9.8 10.1 10.8 11.2 11.8 11.5
Charlotte 58.5 111.0 71.5 75.6 80.7 85.7 91.4 97.0 103.2 115.6 118.7 121.7

Citrus 54.7 93.5 65.3 68.8 72.7 77.5 81.7 85.9 90.4 95.9 98.6 100.8
Clay 67.1 106.0 75.6 80.6 86.0 89.7 95.7 98.5 103.0 108.2 113.4 114.9
Collier 86.0 152.1 105.0 110.2 115.9 122.0 127.7 135.3 143.7 161.6 168.5 174.7
Columbia 35.4 42.6 37.7 38.3 38.9 39.6 40.4 41.1 41.9 43.5 45.2 46.4

Dade 1,625.5 1,937.2 1,750.0 1,768.7 1,789.3 1,815.6 1,846.8 1,879.1 1,908.9 1,961.7 1,982.9 1,951.1
De Soto 19.0 23.9 20.6 21.0 21.5 22.0 22.4 22.9 23.5 24.5 24.8 25.5
Dixie 7.8 10.6 8.9 9.0 9.2 9.4 9.6 9.8 10.2 10.5 10.9 11.8
Duval 571.0 673.0 592.2 605.0 619.1 633.7 645.9 656.4 663.4 681.6 693.5 701.6

Escambia 233.8 262.8 244.9 249.1 253.3 256.9 259.0 260.4 261.6 265.1 267.8 272.1
Flagler 10.9 28.7 14.3 15.4 17.0 18.5 20.5 23.1 26.0 30.5 32.0 33.5
Franklin 7.7 9.0 8.1 8.4 8.5 8.6 8.6 8.7 8.8 9.2 9.4 9.8
Gadsden 41.7 41.1 41.7 41.6 41.4 41.3 41.4 41.4 41.1 42.2 42.5 43.2

Gilchrist 5.8 9.7 7.3 7.2 7.5 7.7 7.9 8.5 9.1 10.0 10.2 10.7
Glades 6.0 7.6 6.4 6.5 6.8 6.9 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.9 8.1 8.3
Gulf 10.7 11.5 10.9 10.9 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.2 11.3 11.6 11.7 12.4


See footnote at end of table. Continued . .







Table 1.20. COUNTIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1983 THROUGH 1993, IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)

_(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)


-Census Estimates!98 19
County 1980 1990 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1991 1992 1993

to Hamilton 8.8 10.9 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.4 9.5 10.1 10.6 11.0 11.5 11.6
Hardee 20.4 19.5 20.3 20.2 20.2 20.1 20.0 19.9 19.7 19.8 21.1 22.0
Hendry 18.6 25.8 20.7 21.5 22.4 23.3 24.0 24.8 25.3 27.2 27.8 28.1
Hernando 44.5 101.1 58.5 64.0 70.2 76.5 83.4 90.5 95.5 104.4 108.1 111.7

Highlands 47.5 68.4 53.5 55.5 57.5 59.4 62.1 64.3 66.4 70.6 72.2 73.2
Hillsborough 646.9 834.1 698.9 721.4 747.4 769.2 792.2 809.5 822.6 843.2 854.0 866.1
Holmes 14.7 15.8 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.1 15.1 15.2 15.5 16.0 16.2 16.3
Indian River 59.9 90.2 69.9 72.8 75.0 77.7 80.2 83.7 86.8 92.4 94.1 95.6

Jackson 39.2 41.4 40.3 40.3 40.7 40.6 41.2 41.2 41.2 41.6 42.6 44.4
Jefferson 10.7 11.3 11.0 11.0 11.1 11.1 11.2 11.2 11.3 12.0 12.3 13.0
S Lafayette 4.0 5.6 4.2 4.4 4.5 4.7 5.1 5.2 5.4 5.7 5.6 5.6
Lake 104.9 152.1 116.9 121.3 126.5 131.2 137.2 141.0 146.5 157.1 162.6 167.2

Lee 205.3 335.1 243.9 260.2 273.7 286.7 300.6 312.3 325.4 344.0 350.8 357.6
Leon 148.7 192.5 159.5 163.0 166.9 169.7 174.4 178.9 187.5 198.3 202.6 206.3
Levy 19.9 25.9 21.8 22.2 22.6 23.3 23.8 24.5 25.3 26.7 27.5 28.2

Liberty 4.3 5.6 4.4 4.5 4.5 4.6 4.6 4.7 4.7 5.6 5.5 5.7
Madison 14.9 16.6 15.1 15.2 15.3 15.3 15.4 15.4 15.8 16.5 17.0 17.3
Manatee 148.4 211.7 169.0 173.9 180.1 186.1 193.5 199.7 205.7 215.1 219.3 223.5

Marion 122.5 194.8 143.5 149.2 158.9 167.1 174.2 180.9 188.1 200.3 206.6 212.0
Martin 64.0 100.9 74.4 78.0 80.9 84.2 88.3 92.0 96.2 103.1 105.0 106.8
Monroe 63.2 78.0 67.2 68.7 69.9 71.4 73.1 75.5 76.8 79.5 81.0 81.8

Nassau 32.9 43.9 36.1 37.2 38.6 39.8 41.2 42.1 43.5 45.0 45.5 46.5
Okaloosa 109.9 143.8 121.4 125.5 130.6 134.9 137.5 139.8 141.6 146.1 150.0 154.5
Okeechobee 20.3 29.6 23.0 24.0 24.9 26.1 27.3 28.1 28.9 30.2 31.1 31.8


See footnote at end of table. Continued . .










Table 1.20. COUNTIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1,
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)

(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)


1983 THROUGH 1993, IN THE STATE


1980 1990

470.9 677.5
49.3 107.7
576.8 863.5
193.7 281.1


728.5
321.7
50.5
51.3


851.7
405.4
65.1
83.8


Estimates


1983 1984 1985 1986


513.5
64.4
667.2
221.8

771.2
346.7
55.0
60.6


533.8
70.1
695.2
229.2

786.0
355.0
56.2
64.1


556.4 577.9
77.4 82.2
723.3 753.7
237.6 249.1


801.3
365.0
57.7
68.2


814.4
374.1
59.5
72.1


1987 1988


602.8
87.6
784.8
258.2

825.7
383.0
61.0
74.2


622.3
95.2
817.5
267.0


1989 1991 1992 1993


652.4
101.0
841.5
274.4


834.0 844.6
391.6 399.0
62.3 63.9
78.3 82.0


701.3
114.4
883.0
285.4


712.6
119.8
897.0
290.3


855.8 860.7
414.7 420.9
66.0 67.8
86.1 88.4


St. Lucie 87.2 150.2 106.7 110.7 116.5 122.9 129.5 136.3 144.1 155.1 158.9 163.2
Santa Rosa 56.0 81.6 62.6 65.2 67.3 70.2 73.3 75.6 79.1 83.9 88.0 90.3
0 Sarasota 202.3 277.8 229.2 236.7 244.1 251.1 258.1 264.3 271.4 283.1 287.2 290.6


Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee

Taylor
Union
Volusia


179.8 287.5 202.1 213.9 226.3 238.1 251.4 264.7 277.3 298.1 305.9 310.9
24.3 31.6 26.0 26.8 27.6 28.6 29.3 29.8 30.9 32.0 33.1 33.8
22.3 26.8 23.7 24.1 24.5 25.0 25.3 25.7 26.3 27.4 27.6 28.6

16.5 17.1 16.9 17.0 17.1 17.1 17.2 17.2 17.2 17.4 17.4 17.4
10.2 10.3 10.6 10.5 10.6 10.4 10.6 10.1 10.3 10.6 11.4 12.0
258.8 370.7 286.5 296.7 308.4 321.1 333.6 347.6 360.2 376.7 384.0 390.1


Wakulla 10.9 14.2 11.4 12.2 12.7 12.9 13.2 13.5 13.8 14.4 14.7 15.4
Walton 21.3 27.8 22.9 23.9 25.0 25.5 26.2 26.6 27.1 29.2 29.7 30.6
Washington 14.5 16.9 15.1 15.3 15.6 15.8 16.3 16.5 16.8 17.2 17.4 17.6


Note: These are revised intercensal estimates that incorporate the effects of 1990 census counts, all revisions to
1980 census counts, and any changes that may have occurred in the underlying base data. The 1993 estimates reflect
changes to Dade and Broward counties as a result of Hurricane Andrew.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Special Population
Reports, May 1991, and Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1993. Census data from U.S. Bureau of the Census.


s-



- County

Orange
Osceol
Palm B.
Pasco


a
each


Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns


727.8
125.7
918.2
294.0

865.0
429.9
67.6
91.2


i








1.00


Table 1.25. RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN: CENSUS COUNTS BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
IN FLORIDA AND THE UNITED STATES, APRIL 1, 1990


Race and
Hispanic
origin 1/


Florida

12,937,926

10,749,285
1,759,534
35,461
431
443


Total


White
Black
American Indian
Eskimo
Aleut

Asian
Chinese
Filipino
Japanese
Asian Indian
Korean
Vietnamese
Cambodian
Hmong
Laotian
Thai
Other

Pacific Islander
Polynesian
Hawaiian
Samoan
Tongan
Other
Micronesian
Guamanian
Other
Melanesian
Other

Other race 2/

Hispanic origin I/
Mexican
Puerto Rican
Cuban
Other


United States

248,709,873

199, 686, 070
29,986,060
1,878,285
57,152
23,797

6,908,638
1,645,472
1,406,770
847,562
815,447
798,849
614, 547
147,411
90,082
149,014
91,275
302,209

365,024
296,145
211,014
62,964
17,606
4,561
56, 153
49,345
6,808
7,195
5,531

9,804,847

22,354,059
13,495,938
2,727,754
1,043,932
5,086,435


150,856
30,737
31,945
9,505
31,457
12,404
16,346
1,617
7
2,423
4,457
9,958

4,446
2,887
2,049
577
122
139
1,343
1,241
102
35
181


238,470

1,574,143
161,499
247,010
674,052
491,582


.I/ Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race.
2/ Includes race categories not specified.

Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of Popu-
lation: General Population Characteristics, Florida, 1990 CP-1-11 and 1990 Census of
Population and Housing: Summary Tape File 1A.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994


Population







1.00


Table 1.26. RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN: CENSUS COUNTS BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990


County

Florida

Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus

Clay
Collier
Columbia

Dade
De Soto
Dixie

Duval
Escambia
Flagler

Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist

Glades
Gulf
Hamilton

Hardee
Hendry
Hernando

Highlands
Hillsborougt
Holmes

Indian Rivet
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette


Total

12,937,926

181,596
18,486
126,994

22,515
398,978
1,255,488

11,011
110,975
93,515

105,986
152,099
42,613

1,937,094
23,865
10,585

672,971
262,798
28,701

8,967
41, 105
9,667

7,591
11,504
10,930

19,499
25,773
101,115

68,432
834,054
15,778

90,208
41,375
11,296
5.578


White

10,749,285

140,787
15,579
109,570

17,692
358,391
1,025,583

9,164
105,401
90,411

97,691
139,073
34,423

1,413,015
19,141
9,594

489,604
201,235
25,831

7,776
16,686
8,761

5,987
9,253
6,448

16,382
18,592
96,108

59,735
690,352
14,740

81,418
30,085
6,334
4.629


Black

1,759,534

34,427
2,768
13,713

4,555
31,417
193,447

1,658
4,243
2,206

5,513
6,986
7,678

397,993
3,726
920

163,902
52,618
2,366

1,112
23,700
825

922
2,162
4,256

1,034
4,311
3,895

6,848
110,283
782


7,660
10,845
4,897
785


Race
American
Indian
Eskimo
or Aleut

36,335

362
60
949

81
1,369
2,634

133
216
283

367
428
105

3,066
97
36

1,904
2,632
52

49
68
30

431
56
42

82
543
244

227
2,454
174


Asian
or
Pacific
Islander

154,302

4,556
50
2,229

100
5,379
17,130

13
738
395

1,780
584
261

26, 307
99
16

12,940
5,048
283

20
94
18

16
25
18

42
99
406

390
11,379
50

473
87
28
9


Other

238,470

1,464
29
533

87
2,422
16,694

43
377
220

635
5,028
146

96,713
802
19

4,621
1,265
169

10
557
33

235
8
166

1,959
2,228
462

1,232
19,586
32

521
130
20
138


Continued .


See footnotes at end of table.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994


Population


His-
panic I/

1,574,143

6,779
200
2,256

426
12,261
108,439

118
2,764
1,702

2,764
20,734
619

953,407
2,282
96

17,333
5,013
1,260

65
964
150

605
86
295

4,562
5,757
2,962

3,500
106,908
176

2,704
974
130
226







1.00 Population


Table 1.26. RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN: CENSUS COUNTS BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990 (Continued)


Race
American Asian
Indian or
Eskimo Pacific His-
County Total White Black or Aleut Islander Other panic I/

Lake 152,104 135,619 14,191 384 566 1,344 4,305
Lee 335,113 306,200 22,184 672 1,894 4,163 15,094
Leon 192,493 141,712 46,527 500 2,694 1,060 4,715

Levy 25,923 22,346 3,211 108 134 124 490
Liberty 5,569 4,508 982 29 12 38 108
Madison 16,569 9,545 6,915 54 9 46 231

Manatee 211,707 190,328 16,400 501 1,227 3,251 9,424
Marion 194,833 167,094 24,844 638 945 1,312 5,860
Martin 100,900 92,119 6,043 179 534 2,025 4,728

Monroe 78,024 71,840 4,203 258 630 1,093 9,580
Nassau 43,941 39,069 4,522 134 133 83 480
Okaloosa 143,776 125,191 13,007 776 3,658 1,144 4,427

Okeechobee 29,627 24,984 1,898 145 154 2,446 3,493
Orange 677,491 539,061 103,092 2,036 13,994 19,308 64,946
Osceola 107,728 96,231 5,902 360 1,637 3,598 12,866

Palm Beach 863,518 732,231 107,705 1,211 9,020 13,351 66,613
Pasco 281,131 270,658 5,457 784 1,480 2,752 9,309
Pinellas 851,659 770,374 65,868 1,985 9,790 3,642 20,069

Polk 405,382 341,952 54,385 1,158 2,486 5,401 16,600
Putnam 65,070 52,019 11,940 129 275 707 1,688
St. Johns 83,829 75,547 7,328 182 509 263 1,902

St. Lucie 150,171 122,159 24,666 347 1,031 1,968 5,952
Santa Rosa 81,608 76,385 3,275 715 973 260 1,223
Sarasota 277,776 262,836 12,073 483 1,430 954 5,882

Seminole 287,529 253,621 24,314 803 4,843 3,948 18,606
Sumter 31,577 26,088 5,102 164 55 168 762
Suwannee 26,780 22,524 3,949 104 65 138 417

Taylor 17,111 13,791 3,083 159 39 39 174
Union 10,252 7,697 2,379 58 38 80 335
Volusia 370,712 328,530 33,455 915 2,739 5,073 14,840

Wakulla 14,202 12,226 1,837 96 32 11 83
Walton 27,760 25,300 1,885 417 130 28 244
Washington 16,919 14,029 2,459 279 84 68 180


1/ Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race.
Note: See Glossary for definition of race.

Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of Popu-
lation: General Population Characteristics, Florida. 1990 CP-1-11.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994







Population


Table 1.31. COUNTIES AND CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1993, IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES OF FLORIDA


1990


1993 Area


1990 1993


Florida 1
Incorporated
Unincorporated

Alachua
Alachua
Archer
Gainesville
Hawthorne
High Springs
LaCrosse
Micanopy
Newberry
Waldo
Unincorporated

Baker
Glen St. Mary
Macclenny
Unincorporated

DaY
Callaway
Cedar Grove
Lynn Haven
Mexico Beach
Panama City
Panama City Beach
Parker
Springfield
Unincorporated

Bradford
Brooker
Hampton
Lawtey
Starke
Unincorporated

MMvard
Cape Canaveral
Cocoa
Cocoa Beach
Indialantic
Indian Harbour Beach
Malabar
Melbourne
Melbourne Beach
Melbourne Village
Palm Bay
Palm Shores


2,938,071 13,608,627
6,414,577 6,693,454
6,523,494 6,915,173

181,596 190,655
4,547 5,030
1,372 1,406
85,075 93,091
1,305 1,387
3,144 3,398
122 117
626 634
1,644 1,920
1,017 1,021
82,744 82,651

18,486 19,527
480 479
3,966 4,050
14,040 14,998

126,994 134,059
12,253 13,504
1,479 1,501
9,298 10,050
992 1,013
34,396 35,914
4,051 4,341
4,598 4,834
8,719 9,051
51,208 53,851

22,515 23,312
312 312
296 303
676 679
5,226 5,097
16,005 16,921

398,978 427,035
8,014 8,177
17,722 17,795
12,123 12,533
2,844 2,863
6,933 7,325
1,977 2,187
60,034 64,191
3,078 3,105
591 600
62,543 69,197
210 504


Brevard (Continued)
Rockledge
Satellite Beach
Titusville
West Melbourne
Unincorporated

Broward
Coconut Creek
Cooper City
Coral Springs
Dania
Davie
Deerfield Beach
Ft. Lauderdale
Hallandale
Hillsboro Beach
Hollywood
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea
Lauderdale Lakes
Lauderhill
Lazy Lake Village
Lighthouse Point
Margate
Miramar
North Lauderdale
Oakland Park
Parkland
Pembroke Park
Pembroke Pines
Plantation
Pompano Beach
Sea Ranch Lakes
Sunrise
Tamarac
Wilton Manors
Unincorporated

Ca Lhiun
Altha
Blountstown
Unincorporated

Carlotte
Punta Gorda
Unincorporated

Citrus
Crystal River
Inverness
Unincorporated


Continued . .


See footnote at end of table.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994


1.00


Area


16,023
9,889
39,394
8,399
149,204

1,255,531
27,269
21,335
78,864
13,183
47,143
46,997
149,238
30,997
1,748
121,720
2,990
27,341
49,015
33
10,378
42,985
40,663
26,473
26,326
3,773
4,933
65,566
66,814
72,411
619
65,683
44,822
11,804
154,408

11,011
497
2,404
8,110

110,975
10,637
100,338

93,513
4,050
5,797
83,666


17,182
9,954
40,679
8,635
162,108

1, 317,512
31,626
25,539
88,944
16,905
52,332
47,639
148,743
31,217
1,747
123,956
2,983
27,691
49,436
40
10,386
45,274
42,282
26,664
27,969
7,383
4,967
75,014
72,655
73,219
616
71,542
46,711
11,757
152,275

11,479
536
2,388
8,555

121,695
11,769
109,926

100,829
4,076
6,462
90,291







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Table 1.31. COUNTIES AND CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1993, IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES OF FLORIDA
(Continued)


Area

Clam
Green Cove Springs
Keystone Heights
Orange Park
Penney Farms
Unincorporated

Collier
Everglades
Naples
Unincorporated

Columbia
Ft. White
Lake City
Unincorporated


Bal Harbour
Bay Harbor Islands
Biscayne Park
Coral Gables
El Portal
Florida City
Golden Beach
Hialeah
Hialeah Gardens
Homestead
Indian Creek
Village
Islandia
Key Biscayne
Medley
Miami
Miami Beach
Miami Shores
Miami Springs
North Bay
North Miami
North Miami Beach
Opa-Locka
South Miami
Surfside
Sweetwater
Virginia Gardens
West Miami
Unincorporated


Arcadia
Unincorporated


1990

105,986
4,497
1,315
9,488
609
90,077

152,099
321
19,505
132,273

42,613
468
9,626
32,519

1,937,194
3,045
4,703
3,068
40,091
2,457
5,978
774
188,008
7,727
26,694

44
13
0
663
358,648
92,639
10,084
13,268
5,383
50,001
35,361
15,283
10,404
4,108
13,909
2,212
5,727
1,036,902

23,865
6,488
17,377


1993 Area

114,918 Dixie
4,688 Cross City
1,320 Horseshoe Beach
9,456 Unincorporated
651
98,803 Duval
Atlantic Beach
174,664 Baldwin
342 Jacksonville
19,881 Jacksonville Beach
154,441 Neptune Beach

46,430 cambia
502 Century
9,764 Pensacola
36,164 Unincorporated

1,951,116 Flagler
3,053 Beverly Beach
4,738 Bunnell
3,062 Flagler Beach
41,055 Marineland (part)
2,453 Unincorporated
4,089
806 Franklin
199,923 Apalachicola
9,828 Carrabelle
18,732 Unincorporated

44 Gadsden
13 Chattahoochee
8,881 Greensboro
862 Gretna
364,679 Havana
95,160 Midway
10,125 Quincy
13,299 Unincorporated
5,650
50,243 Gilchrist
35,689 Bell
15,216 Fanning Springs
10,407 (part)
4,263 Trenton
14,081 Unincorporated
2,206
5,743 Glades
1,026,816 Moore Haven
Unincorporated
25,461
6,543 Qulf
18,918 Port St. Joe


See footnote at end of table.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994


1990 1993

10,585 11,810
2,041 2,037
252 245
8,292 9,528

672,971 701,608
11,636 12,383
1,450 1,513
635,230 661,243
17,839 19,234
6,816 7,235

262,798 272,083
1,989 1,994
59,198 59,858
201,611 210,231

28,701 33,544
314 322
1,873 1,977
3,818 4,031
21 12
22,675 27,202

8,967 9,775
2,602 2,701
1,200 1,258
5,165 5,816

41,116 43,239
4,382 4,380
586 599
1,981 2,064
1,717 1,784
976 1,112
7,452 7,551
24,022 25,749

9,667 10,722
267 282

230 246
1,287 1,310
7,883 8,884

7,591 8,269
1,432 1,538
6,159 6,731

11,504 12,393
4,044 4,071

Continued . .


Population











Table 1.31. COUNTIES AND CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES


APRIL 1, 1993,
(Continued)


IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES OF FLORIDA


1990 1993


Gulf (Continued)
Wewahitchka
Unincorporated

Hamilton
Jasper
Jennings
White Springs
Unincorporated


Bowling Green
Wauchula
Zolfo Springs
Unincorporated

Hena ry
Clewiston
La Belle
Unincorporated

Hernando
Brooksville
Weeki Wachee
Unincorporated

Hiahiand,
Avon Park
Lake Placid
Sebring
Unincorporated

Hillsborouah
Plant City
Tampa
Temple Terrace
Unincorporated


Bonifay
Esto
Noma
Ponce de Leon
Westville
Unincorporated

Indian River
Fellsmere
Indian River Shores
Orchid


1,779
5,681

10,930
2,099
712
704
7,415

19,499
1,836
3,243
1,219
13,201

25,773
6,085
2,703
16,985

101,115
7,589
11
93,515

68,432
8,078
1,158
8,841
50,355

834,054
22,754
280,015
16,444
514,841

15,778
2,612
253
207
406
257
12,043

90,208
2,179
2,278
10


1,806
6,516

11,604
2,084
721
726
8,073

22,035
1,861
3,496
1,249
15,429

28,061
6,144
2,897
19,020

111,695
7,659
11
104,025

73,203
8,169
1,282
8,959
54,793

866,134
24,283
282,848
17,167
541,836

16,331
2,677
294
211
433
263
12,453

95,641
2,260
2,468
21


Indian River
(Continued)
Sebastian
Vero Beach
Unincorporated

Jackson
Alford
Bascom
Campbellton
Cottondale
Graceville
Grand Ridge
Greenwood
Jacob City
Malone
Marianna
Sneads
Unincorporated

Jefferson
Monticello
Unincorporated


Mayo
Unincorporated

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

L=n
Cape Coral
Ft. Myers
Sanibel
Unincorporated


See footnote at end of table.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994


1.00


Area


Population


1990


1993 Area


10,248
17,350
58,143

41,375
482
90
202
900
2,675
536
474
261
765
6,292
1,746
26,952

11,296
2,603
8,693

5,578
917
4,661

152,104
981
6,910
12,856
2,715
2,300
724
8,071
14,783
1,761
1,515
890
7,316
7,383
2,350
81,549

335,113
74,991
45,206
5,468
209,448


12,154
17,404
61,334

44,386
489
90
232
927
2,675
591
507
293
1,583
6,249
1,854
28,896

12,988
2,733
10,255

5,603
925
4,678

167,167
1,056
7,013
13,711
2,810
2,373
735
11,117
14,963
1,997
1,783
1,051
7,606
7,766
2,376
90,810

357,550
81,339
45,069
5,616
225,526


Continued . .







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Table 1.31. COUNTIES AND CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1993, IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES OF FLORIDA
(Continued)


Area 1990

Leon 192,493
Tallahassee 124,773
Unincorporated 67,720

Le=v 25,912
Bronson 875
Cedar Key 668
Chiefland 1,917
Fanning Springs
(part) 263
Inglis 1,241
Otter Creek 136
Williston 2,168
Yankeetown 635
Unincorporated 18,009

Liberty 5,569
Bristol 937
Unincorporated 4,632

Madison 16,569
Greenville 950
Lee 306
Madison 3,345
Unincorporated 11,968

Manatee 211,707
Anna Maria 1,744
Bradenton 43,769
Bradenton Beach 1,657
Holmes Beach 4,810
Longboat Key (part) 2,544
Palmetto 9,268
Unincorporated 147,915

Marion 194,835
Belleview 2,678
Dunnellon 1,639
McIntosh 411
Ocala 42,045
Reddick 554
Unincorporated 147,508

Martin 100,900
Jupiter Island 549
Ocean Breeze Park 519
Sewalls Point 1,588
Stuart 11,936
Unincorporated 86,308

Monroe 78,024
Key Colony Beach 977

See footnote at end of table.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994


1993 Area


206,302
131,683
74,619

28,236
852
694
1,997

291
1,290
119
2,227
631
20,135

5,720
959
4,761

17,316
948
315
3,417
12,636

223,508
1,808
46,626
1,650
4,925
2,621
9,385
156,493

212,025
3,106
1,705
410
42,400
570
163,834

106,780
562
519
1,651
12,479
91,569

81,766
1,017


Monroe (Continued)
Key West
Layton
Unincorporated

Nassau
Callahan
Fernandina Beach
Hilliard
Unincorporated

Okalonga
Cinco Bayou
Crestview
Destin
Ft. Walton Beach
Laurel Hill
Mary Esther
Niceville
Shalimar
Valparaiso
Unincorporated

Okeechobee
Okeechobee
Unincorporated

Orange
Apopka
Bay Lake
Belle Isle
Eatonville
Edgewood
Lake Buena Vista
Maitland
Oakland
Ocoee
Orlando
Windermere
Winter Garden
Winter Park
Unincorporated

Osceola
Kissimmee
St. Cloud
Unincorporated

Palm Beach
Atlantis
Belle Glade
Boca Raton


1990 1993


24,832 26,122
183 189
52,032 54,438

43,941 46,450
946 950
8,765 9,177
1,751 1,911
32,479 34,412

143,777 154,512
386 388
9,886 11,567
8,090 8,644
21,407 21,921
543 587
4,139 4,194
10,509 11,150
341 350
6,316 6,413
82,160 89,298

29,627 31,758
4,943 4,979
24,684 26,779

677,491 727,780
13,611 16,307
19 24
5,272 5,575
2,505 2,470
1,062 1,111
1,776 23
8,932 9,096
700 746
12,778 16,418
164,674 172,019
1,371 1,667
9,863 11,685
22,623 24,197
432,305 466,442

107,728 125,675
30,337 32,759
12,652 14,779
64,739 78,137

863,503 918,223
1,653 1,674
16,177 17,249
61,486 64,818

Continued .


Population







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Table 1.31. COUNTIES AND CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1993, IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES OF FLORIDA
(Continued)


Area


1990 1993 Area


Palm Beach
(Continued)
Boynton Beach
Briny Breezes
Cloud Lake
Delray Beach
Glen Ridge
Golf Village
Golfview
Greenacres City
Gulf Stream
Haverhill
Highland Beach
Hypoluxo
Juno Beach
Jupiter
Jupiter Inlet Colony
Lake Clarke Shores
Lake Park
Lake Worth
Lantana
Manalapan
Mangonia Park
North Palm Beach
Ocean Ridge
Pahokee
Palm Beach
Palm Beach Gardens
Palm Beach Shores
Palm Springs
Riviera Beach
Royal Palm Beach
South Bay
South Palm Beach
Tequesta Village
West Palm Beach
Unincorporated

Pasgo
Dade City
New Port Richey
Port Richey
St. Leo
San Antonio
Zephyrhills
Unincorporated

Pine-lee
Belleair
Belleair Beach
Belleair Bluffs


46,284
400
121
47,184
207
184
153
18,683
690
1,058
3,209
807
2,172
24,907
405
3,364
6,704
28,564
8,392
312
1,453
11,343
1,570
6,822
9,814
22,990
1,035
9,763
27,644
15,532
3,558
1,480
4,499
67,764
405,120

281,131
5,633
14,044
2,521
1,009
776
8,220
248,928

851,659
3,963
2,070
2,234


48,428
394
121
48,644
215
192
150
22,385
705
1,170
3,245
1,106
2,173
27,291
404
3,607
6,695
28,327
8,316
318
1,407
11,782
1,600
6,856
9,814
28,635
1,034
9,729
27,308
16,546
4,064
1,482
4,543
68,006
437,790

293,966
5,688
14, 352
2,601
912
786
8,467
261,160

864,953
3,976
2,090
2,213


1990 1993


Pinellaa (Continued)
Belleair Shore
Clearwater
Dunedin
Gulfport
Indian Rocks Beach
Indian Shores
Kenneth City
Largo
Madeira Beach
North Redington Beach
Oldsmar
Pinellas Park
Redington Beach
Redington Shores
Safety Harbor
St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg Beach
Seminole
South Pasadena
Tarpon Springs
Treasure Island
Unincorporated

Polk
Auburndale
Bartow
Davenport
Dundee
Eagle Lake
Ft. Meade
Frostproof
Haines City
Highland Park
Hillcrest Heights
Lake Alfred
Lake Hamilton
Lake Wales
Lakeland
Mulberry
Polk City
Winter Haven
Unincorporated

Putnam
Crescent City
Interlachen
Palatka
Pomona Park
Welaka
Unincorporated


See footnote at end of table.

Florida Statfstical Abstract 1994


Population


60
98,784
33,997
11,709
3,963
1,405
4,351
65,910
4,225
1,135
8,361
43,571
1,626
2,366
15,120
240,318
9,200
9,251
5,644
17,874
7,266
257,256

405,382
8,858
14,716
1,529
2,335
1,758
4,993
2,875
11,683
155
221
3,622
1,128
9,670
70,576
2,988
1,439
24,725
242,111

65,070
1,859
1,160
10,444
726
533
50,348


60
100,768
34,765
11,812
4,019
1,449
4,360
66,369
4,222
1,141
8,498
43,762
1,630
2,404
15,708
239,701
9,487
9,430
5,837
18,488
7,327
265,437

429,943
9,063
14,902
1,688
2,447
1,934
5,247
2,907
12,103
153
220
3,622
1,113
9,759
73,121
3,095
1,613
25,006
261,950

67,625
1,846
1,254
10,447
749
555
52,774


Continued . .







1.00


Population


Table 1.31. COUNTIES
APRIL 1, 1993, IN
(Continued)


Area


St. John,
Hastings
Marineland (part)
St. Augustine
St. Augustine Beach
Unincorporated

St. Luci
Ft. Pierce
Port St. Lucie
St. Lucie Village
Unincorporated

Santa Rosa
Gulf Breeze
Jay
Milton
Unincorporated

Sarasota
Longboat Key (part)
North Port
Sarasota
Venice
Unincorporated

Seminol
Altamonte Springs
Casselberry
Lake Mary
Longwood
Oviedo
Sanford
Winter Springs
Unincorporated

Sumter
Bushnell
Center Hill
Coleman
Webster
Wildwood
Unincorporated

Siwannoee
Branford
Live Oak
Unincorporated


AND CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES
THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES OF FLORIDA


1990 1993 Area


83,829
595
0
11,695
3,657
67,882

150,171
36,830
55,761
584
56,996

81,608
5,530
666
7,216
68,196

277,776
3,393
11,973
50,897
17,052
194,461

287,521
35, 167
18,849
5,929
13,316
11, 114
32,387
22,151
148,608

31, 577
1,998
735
857
746
3,560
23,681

26,780
670
6,332
19,778


91,197
632
0
11,747
3,814
75,004

163,192
36,909
65,722
627
59,934

90,259
5,802
669
7,451
76,337

290,612
3,716
13,591
50,820
17,768
204,717

310,890
36,770
22,816
6,673
13,418
15,722
34,096
24,008
157,387

33,814
2,212
762
854
807
3,767
25,412

28,598
682
6,479
21,437


Tsvlor
Perry
Unincorporated

Union
Lake Butler
Raiford
Worthington Springs
Unincorporated

Voln sia
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

WakuIllsa
St. Marks
Sopchoppy
Unincorporated

Walton
DeFuniak Springs
Freeport
Paxton
Unincorporated

Washinaton
Caryville
Chipley
Ebro
Vernon
Wausau
Unincorporated


1990

17,111
7,151
9,960

10,252
2,116
198
178
7,760

370,737
61,991
2,197
16,622
15,351
11,141
2,344
16,549
917
5,347
29,721
2,988
1,704
35,307
12,488
156,070

14,202
307
367
13,528

27,759
5,200
843
600
21,116

16,919
631
3,866
255
778
313
11,076


1993

17,374
7,198
10,176

12,031
2,126
232
228
9,445

390,066
62,453
2,532
17,377
16,745
11,258
2,381
17,481
1,015
5,813
30,963
1,222
1,994
38,144
12,689
167,999

15,401
303
398
14,700

30,568
5,259
867
582
23,860

17,554
615
3,936
264
831
310
11,598


Note: The 1993 estimates reflect changes to Dade and Broward counties as a re-
sult of Hurricane Andrew.
Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research,
Population Program, Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1993. Census data
from U.S. Bureau of the Census.

Florida Statfstical Abstract 1994











4. AGE, RACE, AND SEX: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1993, BY AGE, RACE, AND SEX
fORIDA


Female Total


White
Male


! Table 1.3
IN FL




Age




R All ages

0-14
15-24
25-44


1,185,307
823,591
1,966,002
1,348,434
1,352,822


1,860,162
1,343,380
3,290,085
2,259,374
2,218,994


955,468
691,738
1,658,800
1,068,506
948,912


Black I/


Female Total




5,648,571 1,772,356


904,694
651,642
1,631,285
1,190,868
1,270,082


523,856
305,932
555,627
258,632
128,309


Male


Female


845,923 926,433


265,194
150,087
261,562
118,670
50,410


258,662
155,845
294,065
139,962
77,899


Estimates, 1993


All ages 13,608,627 6,590,784 7,017,843 11,493,626 5,578,369


0-14
15-24
25-44
45-64
65 and over


2,615,552
1,656,054
4,030,341
2,786,479
2,520,201


1,337,215
847,903
2,010,073
1,316,237
1,079,356


1,278,337
808,151
2,020,268
1,470,242
1,440,845


1,991,805
1,308,662
3,359,354
2,460,702
2,373,103


1,020,429
675,481
1,692,875
1,167,634
1,021,950


5,915,257 1,907,140


971,376
633,181
1,666,479
1,293,068
1,351,153


570,856
313,212
595,858
291,005
136,209


912,646 994,494


289,754
154,867
282,264
132,881
52,880


281,102
158,345
313,594
158,124
83,329


I/ "Black" reflects the self-identification of respondents in the 1990 census.
Note: Data for age and race categories have been modified by the U.S. Bureau of the Census to account for mis-
reporting. As a result, these numbers may differ from those found in other publications.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida Population
Studies, June 1994, Volume 27, No. 3. Bulletin No. 109. Census data from the Bureau of the Census.


Total


Census, 1990

12,937,926 6,261,770 6,676,156 10,971,995 5,323,424


45-64
65 and over


All races
Male


2,428,671
1,682,627
3,920,704
2,549,998
2,355,926


1,243,364
859,036
1,954,702
1,201,564
1,003,104







Table 1.35





County

Florida

Alachua
Baker

Bay
Bradford
Brevard

Broward
Calhoun

Charlotte
Citrus
- Clay

Collier
Columbia

Dade
De Soto
Dixie

Duval
Escambia

Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden

Gilchrist
Glades


. AGE AND SEX: ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1993


Sex
Total Male Female


13,608,627

190,655
19,527

134,059
23,312
427,035

1,317,512
11,479

121,695
100,829
114,918

174,664
46,430

1,951,116
25,461
11,810

701,608
272,083

33,544
9,775
43,239

10,722
8,269


6,590,784

93,384
10,232

65,180
12,916
211,408

633,115
5,882

58,532
48,008
56,636

86,547
22,896

933,834
13,161
6,234

341,949
132,319

15,982
4,837
20,616

5,753
4,141


7,017,843

97,271
9,295

68,879
10,396
215,627

684,397
5,597

63,163
52,821
58,282

88,117
23,534

1,017,282
12,300
5,576

359,659
139,764

17,562
4,938
22,623

4,969
4,128


0-14

2,615,552

36,578
4,780

29,281
4,677
80,648

235,677
2,427

16,220
14,757
27,343

31,085
10,896

412,374
5,130
2,496

160,554
59,432

5,373
1,963
10,820

2,124
1,686


15-24

1,656,054

46,954
3,315

18,205
3,272
49,117

139,298
1,691

9,803
8,376
15,423

16,977
6,495

251,388
3,298
1,505

97,857
41,261

3,378
1,183
6,388

1,873
982


25-44 45-64

4,030,341 2,786,479

59,210 29,464
6,237 3,566

41,837 27,853
7,884 4,556
128,673 94,525

411,745 262,298
3,294 2,418

23,970 29,256
20,671 24,904
38,389 23,333

46,558 38,931
13,530 9,517

610,025 401,969
6,955 5,140
3,279 2,764

236,281 128,969
84,655 53,683

7,950 8,079
2,547 2,386
13,071 7,756

2,817 2,401
1,972 2,007


See footnote at end of table.


65 and
over

2,520,201

18,449
1,629

16,883
2,923
74,072

268,494
1,649

42,446
32,121
10,430

41,113
5,992

275,360
4,938
1,766

77,947
33,052

8,764
1,696
5,204

1,507
1,622


18 and
over

10,541,064

147,978
13,696

99,537
17,705
332,430

1,042,533
8,568

102,566
83,110
82,333

138,575
33,436

1,468,527
19,383
8,881

516,086
202,489

27,087
7,397
30,373

8,153
6,232


___


Continued . .











Table 1.35. AGE AND SEX: ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1993 .s
(Continued)


W 'SexA 65 and 18 and

County Total Male Female 0-14 15-24 25-44 45-64 over over

Gulf 12,393 6,484 5,909 2,384 1,670 3,877 2,657 1,805 9,489
Hamilton 11,604 6,088 5,516 2,658 1,991 3,565 2,016 1,374 8,321

Hardee 22,035 11,469 10,566 5,282 3,297 6,076 4,032 3,348 15,740
Hendry 28,061 14,306 13,755 7,605 4,093 8,145 5,158 3,060 19,148

Hernando 111,695 53,604 58,091 16,418 10,208 22,562 26,176 36,331 91,653
Highlands 73,203 34,752 38,451 11,879 6,606 14,709 15,479 24,530 59,067
Hillsborough 866,134 420,968 445,166 183,197 118,607 285,383 169,982 108,965 651,853

Holmes 16,331 8,303 8,028 3,131 2,470 4,550 3,528 2,652 12,442
Indian River 95,641 46,611 49,030 15,441 9,644 23,487 20,855 26,214 77,223

Jackson 44,386 22,956 21,430 8,848 7,439 13,114 8,450 6,535 33,475
f Jefferson 12,988 6,354 6,634 2,985 1,776 3,774 2,441 2,012 9,399

Lafayette 5,603 3,174 2,429 1,122 818 1,951 1,039 673 4,266
Lake 167,167 80,075 87,092 28,658 15,985 38,739 36,500 47,285 133,295
Lee 357,550 172,651 184,899 61,674 34,701 93,487 78,404 89,284 285,564

Leon 206,302 99,544 106,758 39,566 49,326 65,611 34,343 17,456 159,631
Levy 28,236 13,477 14,759 5,607 3,210 7,397 6,514 5,508 21,587

Liberty 5,720 3,239 2,481 1,110 951 1,897 1,075 687 4,354
Madison 17,316 8,921 8,395 4,127 2,563 5,157 3,141 2,328 12,412

Manatee 223,508 106,084 117,424 37,934 21,541 56,144 45,587 62,302 179,239
Marion 212,025 102,094 109,931 40,297 22,222 54,685 46,619 48,202 164,711
Martin 106,780 52,921 53,859 16,776 10,018 27,953 22,781 29,252 87,149

Monroe 81,766 42,942 38,824 12,679 7,885 27,651 20,289 13,262 67,176
Nassau 46,450 23,081 23,369 10,673 6,217 14,830 10,008 4,722 33,740


See footnote at end of table. Continued . .







Table 1.35
(Conti




County

Okaloosa
Okeechobee

Orange
Osceola

Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas

Polk
Putnam

1 St. Johns
U( St. Lucie

Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole

Sumter
Suwannee

Taylor
Union
Volusia

Wakulla
Walton
Washington


. AGE AND SEX: ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1993
nued)

Aae


Total Male Female 0-14

154,512 78,002 76,510 34,701
31,758 16,280 15,478 7,406

727,780 359,840 367,940 154,667
125,675 61,099 64,576 27,003

918,223 441,810 476,413 161,121
293,966 139,259 154,707 44,230
864,953 404,445 460,508 133,168

429,943 209,901 220,042 88,931
67,625 32,977 34,648 14,425

91,197 43,988 47,209 17,371
163,192 79,491 83,701 32,517

90,259 45,143 45,116 20,340
290,612 135,889 154,723 39,589
310,890 152,032 158,858 65,796

33,814 16,930 16,884 6,226
28,598 13,963 14,635 6,150

17,374 8,478 8,896 4,005
12,031 7,605 4,426 2,387
390,066 188,701 201,365 66,216

15,401 7,555 7,846 3,558
30,568 15,280 15,288 5,807
17,554 8,456 9,098 3,566


15-24

22,346
4,407

107,878
16,369

89,473
26,186
84,425

54,192
7,826

11, 120
17,957

12,075
24,370
40,173

4,017
3,836

2,139
1,767
45,973

2,176
3,717
2,355


25-44

52,266
8,297

247,372
37,542

261,017
64,182
239,082

120,500
17,696

27,258
44,813

29,755
67,932
106,860

7,913
7,603

5,105
4,940
106,430

4,630
8,374
4,480


45-64

30,373
6,346

135,709
26,054

185,459
64,132
185,220

87,286
14,891

19,794
33,364

18,981
65,848
64,842

7,657
6,210

3,609
2,022
81,249

3,182
7,465
3,937


65 and
over

14,826
5,302

82,154
18,707

221,153
95,236
223,058

79,034
12,787

15,654
34,541

9,108
92,873
33,219

8,001
4,799

2,516
915
90,198

1,855
5,205
3,216


18 and
over

113,626
22,916

548,474
93,965

731,703
241,641
707,836

324,968
50,418

70,693
125,168

66,181
243,689
232,512

26,377
21,062

12,666
9,149
312,243

11,111
23,526
13,131


Note: Detail may not add to totals because of rounding.
Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business
Studies, June 1994, Volume 27, No. 3. Bulletin No. 109.


Research, Population Program, Florida Population







1.00


Population


Table 1.36. PERSONS AGED 65 AND OVER AND MEDIAN AGE: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1
1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1993, OF PERSONS AGED 65 AND OVER AND
MEDIAN AGE, APRIL 1, 1990, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA


Persons 65 years of ace and over Percentage
Percentage change. 1990-93
Census Estimates of total Total Median
April 1 April 1 nonulation 65 years popu- age
County 1990 1993 1990 1993 and over lation 1990 &/


Florida 2,355,926 2,520,201 18.2 18.5

Alachua 16,742 18,449 9.2 9.7
Baker 1,450 1,629 7.8 8.3
Bay 15,142 16,883 11.9 12.6

Bradford 2,724 2,923 12.1 12.5
Brevard 66,084 74,072 16.6 17.3
Broward 259,295 268,494 20.7 20.4

Calhoun 1,592 1,649 14.5 14.4
Charlotte 37,306 42,446 33.6 34.9
Citrus 29,145 32,121 31.2 31.9

Clay 8,941 10,430 8.4 9.1
Collier 34,456 41,113 22.7 23.5
Columbia 5,620 5,992 13.2 12.9

Dade 268,422 275,360 13.9 14.1
De Soto 4,592 4,938 19.2 19.4
Dixie 1,532 1,766 14.5 15.0

Duval 71,402 77,947 10.6 11.1
Escambia 31,144 33,052 11.9 12.1
Flagler 7,288 8,764 25.4 26.1

Franklin 1,588 1,696 17.7 17.4
Gadsden 5,152 5,204 12.5 12.0
Gilchrist 1,317 1,507 13.6 14.1

Glades 1,468 1,622 19.3 19.6
Gulf 1,748 1,805 15.2 14.6
Hamilton 1,242 1,374 11.4 11.8

Hardee 2,945 3,348 15.1 15.2
Hendry 2,801 3,060 10.9 10.9
Hernando 30,950 36,331 30.6 32.5

Highlands 22,744 24,530 33.2 33.5
Hillsborough 101,446 108,965 12.2 12.6
Holmes 2,480 2,652 15.7 16.2

Indian River 24,451 26,214 27.1 27.4
Jackson 6,154 6,535 14.9 14.7
Jefferson 1,668 2,012 14.8 15.5
Lafayette 615 673 11.0 12.0


See footnote at end of table.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994


7.0 5.2 36.4

10.2 5.0 28.3
12.3 5.6 30.2
11.5 5.6 33.2

7.3 3.5 33.6
12.1 7.0 36.2
3.5 4.9 37.7

3.6 4.3 33.5
13.8 9.7 53.6
10.2 7.8 50.8

16.7 8.4 32.0
19.3 14.8 40.7
6.6 9.0 34.2

2.6 0.7 33.6
7.5 6.7 36.6
15.3 11.6 36.8

9.2 4.3 31.5
6.1 3.5 32.4
20.3 16.9 46.4

6.8 9.0 38.9
1.0 5.2 31.8
14.4 10.9 33.5

10.5 8.9 40.0
3.3 7.7 35.7
10.6 6.2 30.9

13.7 13.0 32.8
9.2 8.9 30.3
17.4 10.5 49.5

7.9 7.0 51.5
7.4 3.8 33.0
6.9 3.5 35.6

7.2 6.0 44.0
6.2 7.3 34.3
20.6 15.0 33.8
9.4 0.4 32.0


Continued . .







1.00


Table 1.36. PERSONS AGED 65 AND OVER AND MEDIAN AGE: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1
1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1993, OF PERSONS AGED 65 AND OVER AND
MEDIAN AGE, APRIL 1, 1990, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
(Continued)


Persons 65 years of age and over
Percentage
Census Estimates of total
April 1 April 1 population
1990 1993 1990 1993


41,666
82,598
15,701
4,886

621
2,319
59,182
42,897

27,522
12,347
4,443
13,242

4,743
71,518
14,839
208,970

90,502
220,884
74,687
11,614

13,692
31,284
7,717
89,138

29,560
7,034
4,489
2,276

764
83,997
1,636
4,539
2,973


47,285
89,284
17,456
5,508

687
2,328
62,302
48,202

29,252
13,262
4,722
14,826

5,302
82,154
18,707
221,153

95,236
223,058
79,034
12,787

15,654
34,541
9,108
92,873

33,219
8,001
4,799
2,516

915
90,198
1,855
5,205
3,216


Percentage
change. 1990-93
Total
65 years popu-
and over lation


27.4 28.3 13.5 9.9
24.6 25.0 8.1 6.7
8.2 8.5 11.2 7.2
18.8 19.5 12.7 8.9

11.2 12.0 10.6 2.7
14.0 13.4 0.4 4.5
28.0 27.9 5.3 5.6
22.0 22.7 12.4 8.8

27.3 27.4 6.3 5.8
15.8 16.2 7.4 4.8
10.1 10.2 6.3 5.7
9.2 9.6 12.0 7.5


Median
age
1990 &/

44.7
42.0
28.8
38.5

32.5
32.3
43.1
40.0

44.5
38.8
33.4
31.5


16.0 16.7 11.8 7.2 34.3
10.6 11.3 14.9 7.4 31.5
13.8 14.9 26.1 16.7 33.7
24.2 24.1 5.8 6.3 39.9


32.2 32.4
25.9 25.8
18.4 18.4
17.8 18.9


5.2 4.6
1.0 1.6
5.8 6.1
10.1 3.9


16.3 17.2 14.3 8.8 37.0
20.8 21.2 10.4 8.7 37.9
9.5 10.1 18.0 10.6 32.5
32.1 32.0 4.2 4.6 49.0


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


A/ Data from U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of
Population: General Population Characteristics, Florida.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Popula-
tion Program, Florida Population Studies, June 1994, Volume 27, No. 3. Bulletin No.
109. Census data from U.S. Bureau of the Census.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994


Population


County


10.3 10.7 12.4 8.1
22.3 23.7 13.7 7.1
16.8 16.8 6.9 6.8
13.3 14.5 10.5 1.5












Table 1.37. AGE AND SEX PROJECTIONS: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND


PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1,
IN FLORIDA


Age

Total
0-4
5-9
10-14
15-19
15-17
18-19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70-74
75-79
80-84
85 and over

Male
0-4
5-9
10-14
15-19
15-17
18-19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70-74
75-79
80-84
85 and over


Census
1990

12,937,926
873,022
809,306
746,343
803,784
455,160
348,624
878,843
1,055,071
1,062,261
951,453
851, 919
690,756
591,849
586,872
680,521
737,129
627,699
483,532
302,099
205,467

6,261,770
447,221
414,103
382,040
412,795
234,171
178,624
446,241
532,167
531,382
471,494
419,659
335,721
282,812
274,786
308,245
331,267
279,758
204,877
118,468
68,734


1995, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, BY AGE AND SEX


Projections


1995

14,109,602
975,088
912,539
862,242
796,872
451,553
345,319
847,001
905,608
1,089,056
1,111,610
1,012,200
911,249
738,623
645,195
660,755
744,334
712,387
547,881
367,823
269,139

6,835,416
496,881
466,447
441,430
406,486
230,560
175,926
436,740
459,505
547,358
549,644
497,640
443,926
352,114
299,421
302,580
340,253
318,398
236,917
147,813
91,863


2000

15,449,100
969,554
1,005,037
971,090
927,509
526,063
401,446
859,290
876,749
960,057
1,148,008
1,188,425
1,091,744
987,958
819,280
737,658
735,224
740,174
646,495
435,394
349,454

7,491,359
494,138
512,050
496,665
473,249
268,685
204,564
441,070
449,825
484,411
570,270
582, 579
530,801
472, 194
380,855
337,455
341,233
339,243
283,218
179,688
122,415


2005

16,741,839
996,136
995,372
1,049,568
1,030,354
584,766
445,588
986,141
891,221
924,092
1,016,966
1,222,330
1,274,904
1,175,556
1,089,788
931,198
814,786
727,456
669,585
514,540
431,846

8,113,992
507,662
507,095
535,333
525,347
298,419
226,928
505,983
455,823
469,815
506,370
601,689
619,002
561,525
508,062
426,739
377,279
336,874
299,449
215,009
154,936


See footnote at end of table.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994


1.00


Population


2010

18,008,691
1,062,266
1,018,850
1,035,608
1,093,746
621,726
472,020
1,073,577
1,016,383
938,614
974,250
1,084,509
1,305,301
1,363,069
1,283,757
1,227,626
1,021,694
802,105
655,176
531,114
521,046

8,718,385
541, 339
518,907
528,054
556,226
316, 525
239,701
550,585
519, 387
476,114
487,751
534,659
637,049
651,091
598,557
564,097
473,071
369,862
295,277
226,388
189,971


Continued .








Population


Table 1.37. AGE AND SEX PROJECTIONS: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND
PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 1995, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, BY AGE AND SEX
IN FLORIDA (Continued)


Census
1990


1995


6,676,156 7,274,186
425,801 478,207
395,203 446,092
364,303 420,812
390,989 390,386
220,989 220,993
170,000 169,393
432,602 410,261
522,904 446,103
530,879 541,698
479,959 561,966
432,260 514,560
355,035 467,323
309,037 386,509
312,086 345,774
372,276 358,175
405,862 404,081
347,941 393,989
278,655 310,964
183,631 220,010
136,733 177,276


2000

7,957,741
475,416
492,987
474,425
454,260
257,378
196,882
418,220
426,924
475,646
577,738
605,846
560,943
515,764
438,425
400,203
393,991
400,931
363,277
255,706
227,039


2010


8,627,847
488,474
488,277
514,235
505,007
286,347
218,660
480,158
435,398
454,277
510,596
620,641
655,902
614,031
581,726
504,459
437,507
390,582
370,136
299,531
276,910


9,290,306
520,927
499,943
507,554
537,520
305,201
232,319
522,992
496,996
462,500
486,499
549,850
668,252
711,978
685,200
663, 529
548,623
432,243
359,899
304,726
331,075


Note: Medium projections are shown. High and low projections are available from
the Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Popula-
tion Program, unpublished data. Census data from the Bureau of the Census.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994


1.00


Female
0-4
5-9
10-14
15-19
15-17
18-19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70-74
75-79
80-84
85 and over


TIYICCCIYLLI











Table 1.40. MALE AND FEMALE PROJECTIONS: PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 1995, 2000, AND 2005, BY SEX IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES
OF FLORIDA


1995 2000 2005
County Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female

Florida 14,109,602 6,835,416 7,274,186 15,449,100 7,491,359 7,957,741 16,741,839 8,113,992 8,627,847

M Alachua 195,802 95,782 100,020 208,901 101,980 106,921 221,597 107,936 113,661
Baker 20,098 10,558 9,540 21,704 11,446 10,258 23,102 12,125 10,977

Bay 138,400 66,737 71,663 149,902 71,341 78,561 160,797 75,811 84,986
Bradford 23,799 13,213 10,586 24,901 13,921 10,980 25,594 14,271 11,323
Brevard 446,703 221,375 225,328 499,205 248,114 251,091 550,102 273,867 276,235

Broward 1,355,404 652,760 702,644 1,456,302 704,428 751,874 1,553,100 752,306 800,794
Calhoun 11,800 6,018 5,782 12,592 6,409 6,183 13,200 6,676 6,524

Charlotte 130,397 62,628 67,769 153,601 73,691 79,910 176,197 84,171 92,026
Citrus 106,799 50,718 56,081 123,097 58,177 64,920 138,796 65,207 73,589
O Clay 121,402 59,811 61,591 138,900 68,446 70,454 155,898 76,640 79,258

Collier 187,599 92,943 94,656 222,199 109,983 112,216 256,000 126,504 129,496
Columbia 47,999 23,738 24,261 52,298 26,056 26,242 56,502 28,302 28,200

Dade 1,995,500 954,173 1,041,327 2,114,903 1,011,142 1,103,761 2,230,902 1,065,934 1,164,968
De Soto 26,301 13,618 12,683 28,500 14,766 13,734 30,698 15,954 14,744
Dixie 12,301 6,546 5,755 13,803 7,462 6,341 15,101 8,210 6,891

Duval 718,202 349,564 368,638 762,201 370,236 391,965 804,498 390,235 414,263
Escambia 283,802 138,156 145,646 296,398 144,275 152,123 307,898 149,715 158,183

Flagler 36,999 17,575 19,424 46,400 21,927 24,473 55,698 26,211 29,487
Franklin 10,099 5,034 5,065 10,698 5,406 5,292 11,300 5,781 5,519
Gadsden 43,703 20,873 22,830 44,802 21,512 23,290 45,799 22,105 23,694

Gilchrist 11,401 6,160 5,241 13,097 7,138 5,959 14,698 7,993 6,705
Glades 8,598 4,274 4,324 9,498 4,650 4,848 10,297 4,994 5,303


Continued . .








Table 1.40. MALE AND FEMALE PROJECTIONS: PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 1995, 2000,
OF FLORIDA (Continued)


AND 2005, BY SEX IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES


County

& Gulf
Hamilton
i Hardee

Hendry
Hernando

Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes

Indian River
Jackson

Q Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake

Lee
Leon
Levy

Liberty
Madison

Manatee
Marion
Martin

Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa


Total


1995


Male


13,101 7,012
12,001 6,288
22,299 11,792

29,300 14,983
120,601 57,911

76,503 36,334
892,299 433,123
16,599 8,435

100,199 49,095
45,098 23,623

13,400 6,636
5,899 3,311
175,996 84,254

376,603 181,778
213,615 103,277
29,400 14,026

5,900 3,327
17,599 9,101

232,702 110,656
223,797 107,777
112,301 55,991

84,099 44,164
48,098 23,949
159,896 80,593


Female

6,089
5,713
10,507

14,317
62,690

40,169
459,176
8,164

51,104
21,475

6,764
2,588
91,742

194,825
110,338
15,374

2,573
8,498

122,046
116,020
56,310

39,935
24,149
79,303


Total

13,501
12,897
23,101

32,502
144,498

85,399
962,299
17,100

112,295
46,800

14,303
6,398
199,798

428,101
232,817
32,494

6,200
18,302

257,404
255,298
126,897

90,093
52,500
174,401


2000
Male

7,129
6,719
12,223

16,728
69,565

40,662
466,162
8,736

55,668
24,831

7,007
3,603
95,636

206,406
112,977
15,491

3,524
9,597

122,944
123,106
64,088

47,200
26,233
87,767


Female

6,372
6,178
10,878

15,774
74,933

44,737
496,137
8,364

56,627
21,969

7,296
2,795
104,162

221,695
119,840
17,003

2,676
8,705

134,460
132,192
62,809

42,893
26,267
86,634


Total

13,904
13,701
23,798

35,498
168,003

94,002
1,028,795
17,500

124,002
48,403

14,997
6,798
222,804

478,005
251,422
35,498

6,404
18,900

281,100
285,904
140,999

95,905
56,803
188,198


2005
Male

7,286
7,074
12,549

18,283
81,007

44,651
497,135
8,935

61,943
25,958

7,280
3,794
106,443

229,870
122,310
16,911

3,630
9,960

134,574
137,789
71,812

50,287
28,466
94,479


Female

6,618
6,627
11,249

17,215
86,996

49,351
531,660
8,565

62,059
22,445

7,717
3,004
116,361

248,135
129,112
18,587

2,774
8,940

146,526
148,115
69,187

45,618
28,337
93,719


Continued .











Table 1.40. MALE AND FEMALE PROJECTIONS: PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 1995, 2000, AND 2005, BY SEX IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES
OF FLORIDA (Continued)


County

g Okeechobee
Orange

Osceola
Palm Beach

Pasco
Pinellas

Polk
Putnam

St. Johns
St. Lucie
0
Santa Rosa
Sarasota

Seminole
Sumter

Suwannee
Taylor

Union
Volusia

Wakulla
Walton
Washington


Total

33,200
757,199

136,499
960,603

306,401
879,798

443,905
69,698

96,300
173,098

95,099
301,202

328,999
35,201

29,498
17,495

12,199
407,001

16,099
31,798
17,897


Source: University
Studies, June 1994, Volu:


Male

17,045
373,664

66,135
462,814

145,119
411,834

217,603
33,985

46,300
84,119

47,691
140,733

160,915
17,571

14,485
8,554

7,802
196,793

7,902
16,054
8,608


Female

16,155
383,535

70,364
497,789

161,282
467,964

226,302
35,713

50,000
88,979

47,408
160,469

168,084
17,630

15,013
8,941

4,397
210,208

8,197
15,744
9,289


Total

37,100
854,698

165,800
1,074,798

340,101
919,497

481,204
75,198

110,099
199,497

108,099
329,799

377,600
38,905

31,901
17,697

13,298
452,705

17,802
35,005
18,997


2000
Male

19,223
419,934

79,660
519,354

160,950
431,700

237,817
36,751

52,713
96,628

54,490
154,087

184,863
19,193

15,780
8,688

8,493
218,911

8,743
17,718
9,155


Female

17,877
434,764

86,140
555,444

179,151
487,797

243,387
38,447

57,386
102,869

53,609
175,712

192,737
19,712

16,121
9,009

4,805
233,794

9,059
17,287
9,842


2005
Total Male

40,802 21,274
949,901 464,732

194,502 92,721
1,185,001 572,598

372,402 175,719
958,099 450,033

516,999 256,999
80,497 39,433

123,500 58,953
225,401 108,830

120,801 60,984
357,002 166,505

425,003 208,054
42,402 20,636

34,206 17,029
17,900 8,851

14,095 8,878
496,699 239,943

19,605 9,616
37,904 19,171
20,001 9,659


of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida Population


Female

19,528
485,169

101,781
612,403

196,683
508,066

260,000
41,064

64,547
116,571

59,817
190,497

216,949
21,766

17,177
9,049

5,217
256,756

9,989
18,733
10,342


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I Table 1.41





W County

Florida

to Alachua
g Baker

Bay
Bradford
Brevard

Broward
Calhoun

Charlotte
Citrus
- Clay

Collier
Columbia

Dade
De Soto
Dixie

Duval
Escambia

Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden

Gilchrist
Glades


. AGE PROJECTIONS: PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 1995, 2000, AND 2005, BY AGE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA


1995


0-24 25-64

4,393,742 7,074,296

85,580 90,719
8,391 9,967

48,902 71,502
8,193 12,554
134,494 232,640

382,362 699,118
4,182 5,929

27,772 56,210
24,321 48,023
44,227 65,704

51,141 91,405
18,016 23,873


673,337
8,645
4,196

261,802
104,176

9,767
3,274
17,374

4,161
2,804


1,037,227
12,532
6,230

374,369
144,632

17,427
5,094
21,205

5,610
4,089


Continued . .


2000


2005


65 and
over

2,641,564

19,503
1,740

17,996
3,052
79,569

273,924
1,689

46,415
34,455
11,471

45,053
6,110

284,936
5,124
1,875

82,031
34,994

9,805
1,731
5,124

1,630
1,705


0-24

4,732,480

89,974
8,825

52,187
8,503
146,815

405,713
4,285

31,836
27,457
48,793

59,727
19,364

705,643
9,019
4,644

273,962
107,459

12,303
3,434
17,627

4,465
3,071


25-64

7,809,879

97,218
10,798

77,202
13,167
260,102

761,777
6,584

66,312
56,068
75,423

108,008
26,661

1,107,445
14,069
6,948

398,390
151,609

22,392
5,416
22,301

6,738
4,671


65 and
over

2,906,741

21,709
2,081

20,513
3,231
92,288

288,812
1,723

55,453
39,572
14,684

54,464
6,273

301,815
5,412
2,211

89,849
37,330

11,705
1,848
4,874

1,894
1,756


0-24

5,057,571

94,114
9,121

55,455
8,757
157,614

426,416
4,367

35,577
29,979
52,864

67,688
20,761

742,986
9,576
5,059

287,179
111,407

14,742
3,607
17,964

4,763
3,347


25-64

8,526,055

103,783
11,591

82,761
13,519
289,263

819,629
7,020

76,749
64,532
84,165

124,497
29,337

1,171,134
15,333
7,555

420,262
157,315

28,040
5,830
23,151

7,794
5,163


65 and
over

3,158,213

23,700
2,390

22,581
3,318
103,225

307,055
1,813

63,871
44,285
18,869

63,815
6,404

316,782
5,789
2,487

97,057
39,176

12,916
1,863
4,684

2,141
1,787











Table 1.41. AGE PROJECTIONS: PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 1995, 2000, AND 2005, BY AGE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
(Continued)



65 and 65 and 65 and
County 0-24 25-64 over 0-24 25-64 over 0-24 25-64 over

Gulf 4,209 7,029 1,863 4,258 7,398 1,845 4,312 7,755 1,837
Hamilton 4,778 5,765 1,458 5,025 6,270 1,602 5,220 6,732 1,749
Hardee 8,621 10,279 3,399 8,925 10,826 3,350 9,263 11,265 3,270

Hendry 12,145 13,955 3,200 13,191 15,707 3,604 14,256 17,197 4,045
Hernando 28,314 51,766 40,521 32,455 61,988 50,055 35,954 74,054 57,995

Highlands 19,602 31,143 25,758 22,177 35,186 28,036 24,402 39,648 29,952
Hillsborough 308,889 468,828 114,582 329,410 506,527 126,362 350,449 540,502 137,844
Holmes 5,672 8,178 2,749 5,510 8,711 2,879 5,383 9,098 3,019

Indian River 26,144 46,410 27,645 28,415 53,421 30,459 30,378 60,906 32,718
Jackson 16,732 21,767 6,599 16,992 23,147 6,661 17,590 24,141 6,672

Jefferson 4,806 6,467 2,127 5,061 6,900 2,342 5,240 7,247 2,510
Lafayette 1,992 3,163 744 1,989 3,502 907 2,063 3,680 1,055
Lake 46,868 78.440 50,688 52,738 88,923 58,137 58,378 100,160 64,266


101,185 180,653 94,765 114,661 207,220
91,886 103,260 18,469 98,049 113,758
9,008 14,543 5,849 9,460 16,415

2,146 3,012 742 2,198 3,187
6,834 8,461 2,304 7,111 8,998

61,938 106,012 64,752 68,611 119,163
65,294 106,690 51,813 72,940 122,881
28,485 52,971 30,845 32,489 60,216

21,004 49,246 13,849 22,065 53,391
17,474 25,720 4,904 18,886 28,345


106,220 127,069 234,505
21,010 103,341 124,416
6,619 9,973 18,177

815 2,245 3,325
2,193 7,419 9,324

69,630 74,630 132,480
59,477 80,342 139,034
34,192 36,273 67,346

14,637 22,919 57,398
5,269 20,490 30,736


Continued . .


Lee
Leon
Levy

Liberty
Madison

Manatee
Marion
Martin

Monroe
Nassau


116,431
23,665
7,348

834
2,157

73,990
66,528
37,380

15,588
5,577








I Table 1.41. AGE PROJECTIONS: PROJECTIONS, APRIL
(Continued)


1995
65 and
County 0-24 25-64 over

Okaloosa 58,861 85,324 15,711
Okeechobee 12,468 15,057 5,675
Orange 269,818 398,599 88,782

Osceola 46,399 68,983 21,117
Palm Beach 261,493 468,408 230,702


Pasco
Pinellas
Polk


Putnam
St. Johns
GQ St. Lucie

Santa Rosa
Sarasota

Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee

Taylor
Union
Volusia

Wakulla
Walton
Washington


72,043
219,730
147,263

22,630
29,946
53,559

33,808
66,205

110,100
10,527
10,272

5,990
4,180
115,443

6,056
9,815
5,993


134,707
434,017
215,153

33,432
49,358
82,567

51,353
138,983

182,969
16,052
14,271

8,836
7,079
196,294

8,053
16,441
8,543


99,651
226,051
81,489

13,636
16,996
36,972

9,938
96,014

35,930
8,622
4,955

2,669
940
95,264

1,990
5,542
3,361


1, 1995, 2000, AND 2005, BY AGE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA


2000


0-24 25-64


63,654
13,941
300,036

54,522
290,915

77,052
226,642
157,635

23,871
33,541
60,944

37,095
71,656

122,345
11,227
10,871

5,620
4,428
125,509

6,590
10,414
6,250


92,075
16,852
448,038

83,717
530,798

152,707
460,962
238,535

36,291
56,760
96,589

58,565
156,045

212,223
17,854
15,732

9,144
7,741
221,571

8,954
18,243
9,104


Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida Population
Studies, June 1994, Volume 27, No. 3. Bulletin No. 109.


2005


65 and
over

18,672
6,307
106,624

27,561
253,085

110,342
231,893
85,034

15,036
19,798
41,964

12,439
102,098

43,032
9,824
5,298

2,933
1,129
105,625

2,258
6,348
3,643


0-24

67,970
15,424
329,180

62,047
317,357

80,995
232,415
168,462

24,886
37,152
68,266

40,201
75,952

133,164
11,962
11,390

5,468
4,589
135,332

7,202
10,832
6,393


25-64

99,585
18,643
496,754

98,351
592,449

170,603
487,353
260,506

39,404
63,975
110,995

65,389
173,260

240,365
19,780
17,222

9,447
8,249
246,649

9,806
19,975
9,746


65 and
over

20,643
6,735
123,967

34,104
275,195

120,804
238,331
88,031

16,207
22,373
46,140

15,211
107,790

51,474
10,660
5,594

2,985
1,257
114,718

2,597
7,097
3,862










Table 1.42. RACE PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1993, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 1995, 2000, AND 2005, BY RACE
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA

B(rounded to thousands)


Projections
Estimates. 1993 1995 2000 2005
County Total White Black Total White Black Total White Black Total White Black

Florida 13,609 11,494 1,907 14,110 11,887 2,004 15,449 12,933 2,268 16,742 13,916 2,546

Alachua 191 148 37 196 152 38 209 160 42 222 168 47
Baker 20 16 3 20 17 3 22 18 4 23 19 4
Bay 134 116 15 138 119 15 150 128 17 161 137 19
Bradford 23 18 5 24 19 5 25 19 5 26 20 6

Brevard 427 385 35 447 402 37 499 447 43 550 490 49
Broward 1,318 1,086 210 1,355 1,114 219 1,456 1,186 245 1,553 1,254 271
Calhoun 11 10 2 12 10 2 13 11 2 13 11 2

S Charlotte 122 116 5 130 124 5 154 146 6 176 167 8
Citrus 101 98 3 107 103 3 123 119 3 139 133 4
Clay 115 107 6 121 113 6 139 129 7 156 144 8
Collier 175 164 9 188 176 10 222 208 13 256 238 15

Columbia 46 38 8 48 39 8 52 43 9 57 47 9
Dade 1,951 1,490 429 1,996 1,508 454 2,115 1,559 518 2,231 1,606 582
De Soto 25 21 4 26 22 4 29 23 5 31 25 6

Dixie 12 11 1 12 11 1 14 12 1 15 13 2
Duval 702 512 174 718 522 180 762 549 195 804 573 212
Escarbia 272 209 55 284 218 57 296 227 61 308 234 64
Flagler 34 31 3 37 34 3 46 43 3 56 52 3

Franklin 10 8 1 10 9 1 11 9 2 11 9 2
Gadsden 43 18 25 44 18 25 45 19 26 46 20 26
Gilchrist 11 10 1 11 10 1 13 12 1 15 13 1
Glades 8 7 1 9 7 1 9 8 1 10 9 1


Continued . .








Table 1.42. RACE PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1993, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 1995, 2000, AND 2005. BY RACE
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)

(rounded to thousands)


Projections
Estimates. 1993 1995 2000 2005
County Total White Black Total White Black Total White Black Total White Black

Gulf 12 10 3 13 10 3 14 11 3 14 11 3
Hamilton 12 7 5 12 7 5 13 8 5 14 8 6
Hardee 22 20 2 22 20 2 23 21 2 24 21 2
Hendry 28 23 5 29 23 5 33 26 6 35 28 6

Hernando 112 107 4 121 115 5 144 138 6 168 160 7
Highlands 73 65 8 77 68 8 85 75 10 94 82 11
Hillsborough 866 734 117 892 755 122 962 809 136 1,029 860 150
Holmes 16 15 1 17 16 1 17 16 1 18 16 1


c Indian River
cm Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette

Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy

Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion

Martin
Monroe
Nassau


167 150
358 330
206 152
28 25

6 5
17 10
224 204
212 183


8 100 91
12 45 33
6 13 8
1 6 5

16 176 157
24 377 347
51 214 156
3 29 26

1 6 5
7 18 10
17 233 213
28 224 192

7 112 104
5 84 78
5 48 43


8 112 102
12 47 34
6 14 8
1 6 5

18 200 177
26 428 393
54 233 167
3 32 29

1 6 5
8 18 10
18 257 235
30 255 218

8 127 116
5 90 84
5 53 46


9 124 113
13 48 35
6 15 9
1 7 6

21 223 196
31 478 437
61 251 177
3 35 32

1 6 5
8 19 10
20 281 256
35 286 242

10 141 128
5 96 89
6 57 50


Continued .











Table 1.42. RACE PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1., 1993, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 1995, 2000, AND 2005, BY RACE
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)

(rounded to thousands)


?Projections


County

SOkaloosa
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


Estimates. 1993 1995 -2000 2005
Total White Black Total White Black Total White Black Total White Black

155 135 15 160 140 17 174 151 19 188 163 21
32 29 2 33 31 2 37 34 3 41 37 3
728 591 118 757 611 127 855 676 154 950 736 185

126 116 7 136 126 8 166 152 10 195 177 13
918 790 117 961 825 123 1,075 920 142 1,185 1,009 161
294 286 6 306 298 6 340 330 7 372 360 8

865 785 68 880 797 70 919 831 75 958 864 80
430 367 59 444 378 62 481 408 69 517 436 76
68 55 12 70 57 13 75 61 14 80 65 15

91 82 8 96 87 9 110 99 10 124 110 12
163 134 28 173 142 30 199 161 36 225 180 43
90 85 3 95 90 3 108 103 4 121 115 4

291 275 13 301 285 14 330 311 16 357 336 18
311 279 26 329 295 27 378 339 31 425 381 36
34 28 6 35 29 6 39 32 7 42 34 8

29 24 4 29 25 4 32 27 5 34 29 5
17 14 3 17 14 4 18 14 4 18 13 4
12 9 3 12 9 3 13 10 3 14 10 4

390 350 36 407 365 38 453 404 44 497 440 50
15 13 2 16 14 2 18 15 3 20 16 3
31 28 2 32 29 3 35 31 3 38 34 3
18 15 3 18 15 3 19 16 3 20 16 3


Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida Population
Studies, June 1994, Volume 27, No. 3. Bulletin No. 109.








1.00 Population



Table 1.65. METROPOLITAN AREAS: CENSUS COUNTS APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND
ESTIMATES APRIL 1, 1993, IN THE STATE AND METROPOLITAN AREAS OF FLORIDA

Percentage
change
Census Estimates 1980- 1990-
Metropolitan area 1980 1990 1993 1990 1993

Florida 9,746,961 12,938,071 13,608,627 32.7 5.2
Metropolitan areas, total 9,028,665 12,023,514 12,631,007 33.2 5.1
Daytona Beach 269,675 399,438 423,610 48.1 6.1
Flagler County 10,913 28,701 33,544 163.0 16.9
Volusia County 258,762 370,737 390,066 43.3 5.2
Ft. Lauderdale 1,018,257 1,255,531 1,317,512 23.3 4.9
Ft. Myers-Cape Coral 205,266 335,113 357,550 63.3 6.7
Ft. Pierce-Port St. Lucie 151,196 251,071 269,972 66.1 7.5
Martin County 64,014 100,900 106,780 57.6 5.8
St. Lucie County 87,182 150,171 163,192 72.3 8.7
Ft. Walton Beach 109,920 143,777 154,512 30.8 7.5
Gainesville 151,392 181,596 190,655 20.0 5.0
Jacksonville 722,252 906,727 954,173 25.5 5.2
Clay County 67,052 105,986 114,918 58.1 8.4
Duval County 571,003 672,971 701,608 17.9 4.3
Nassau County 32,894 43,941 46,450 33.6 5.7
St. Johns County 51,303 83,829 91,197 63.4 8.8
Lakeland-Winter Haven 321,652 405,382 429,943 26.0 6.1
Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay 272,959 398,978 427,035 46.2 7.0
Miami 1,625,509 1,937,194 1,951,116 19.2 0.7
Naples 85,971 152,099 174,664 76.9 14.8
Ocala 122,488 194,835 212,025 59.1 8.8
Orlando 804,774 1,224,844 1,331,512 52.2 8.7
Lake County 104,870 152,104 167,167 45.0 9.9
Orange County 470,865 677,491 727,780 43.9 7.4
Osceola County 49,287 107,728 125,675 118.6 16.7
Seminole County 179,752 287,521 310,890 60.0 8.1
Panama City 97,740 126,994 134,059 29.9 5.6
Pensacola 289,782 344,406 362,342 18.9 5.2
Escambia County 233,794 262,798 272,083 12.4 3.5
Santa Rosa County 55,988 81,608 90,259 45.8 10.6
Punta Gorda 48,460 110,975 121,695 129.0 9.7
Sarasota-Bradenton 350,696 489,483 514,120 39.6 5.0
Manatee County 148,445 211,707 223,508 42.6 5.6
Sarasota County 202,251 277,776 290,612 37.3 4.6
Tallahassee 190,329 233,609 249,541 22.7 6.8
Gadsden County 41,674 41,116 43,239 -1.3 5.2
Leon County 148,655 192,493 206,302 29.5 7.2
Tampa-St. Petersburg-
Clearwater 1,613,600 2,067,959 2,136,748 28.2 3.3
Hernando County 44,469 101,115 111,695 127.4 10.5
Hillsborough County 646,939 834,054 866,134 28.9 3.8
Pasco County 193,661 281,131 293,966 45.2 4.6
Pinellas County 728,531 851,659 864,953 16.9 1.6
West Palm Beach-Boca Raton 576,758 863,503 918,223 49.7 6.3

Note: Data are for Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) and for Primary Metro-
politan Statistical Areas (PMSAs) based on 1992 MSA designations. See Glossary for
definitions and map at the front of the book for area boundaries. The 1993 esti-
mates reflect changes to Dade and Broward counties as a result of Hurricane Andrew.
Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research,
Population Program, Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1993.

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1.00


Table 1.66. PLANNING DISTRICTS: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND
ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1993, IN THE STATE, COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING DISTRICTS
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA


District
and county

Florida

District 1
Bay
Escambia
Holmes
Okaloosa
Santa Rosa
Walton
Washington

District 2
Calhoun
Franklin
Gadsden
Gulf
Jackson
Jefferson
Leon
Liberty
Wakulla

District 3
Alachua
Bradford
Columbia
Dixie
Gilchrist
Hamilton
Lafayette
Madison
Suwannee
Taylor
Union

District 4
Baker
Clay
Duval
Flagler
Nassau
Putnam
St. Johns

District 5
Citrus
Hernando
Levy


Percentage change
Estimates 1980 to 1990 to
1993 1990 1993


Census
1980 1990

9,746,961 12,938,071

547,974 675,633
97,740 126,994
233,794 262,798
14,723 15,778
109,920 143,777
55,988 81,608
21,300 27,759
14,509 16,919

282,946 337,533
9,294 11,011
7,661 8,967
41,674 41,116
10,658 11,504
39,154 41,375
10,703 11,296
148,655 192,493
4,260 5,569
10,887 14,202

296,984 354,196
151,369 181,596
20,023 22,515
35,399 42,613
7,751 10,585
5,767 9,667
8,761 10,930
4,035 5,578
14,894 16,569
22,287 26,780
16,532 17,111
10,166 10,252

799,003 1,018,984
15,289 18,486
67,052 105,986
571,003 672,971
10,913 28,701
32,894 43,941
50,549 65,070
51,303 83,829

265,802 446,952
54,703 93,513
44,469 101,115
19,870 25,912


See footnote at end of table.

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32.7 5.2


13,608,627

715,366
134,059
272,083
16,331
154,512
90,259
30,568
17,554

361,683
11,479
9,775
43,239
12,393
44,386
12,988
206,302
5,720
15,401

375,455
190,655
23,312
46,430
11,810
10,722
11,604
5,603
17,316
28,598
17,374
12,031

1,074,869
19,527
114,918
701,608
33,544
46,450
67,625
91,197

486,599
100,829
111,695
28,236


Continued .


Population


23.3
29.9
12.4
7.2
30.8
45.8
30.3
16.6

19.3
18.5
17.0
-1.3
7.9
5.7
5.5
29.5
30.7
30.4

19.3
20.0
12.4
20.4
36.6
67.6
24.8
38.2
11.2
20.2
3.5
0.8

27.5
20.9
58.1
17.9
163.0
33.6
28.7
63.4

68.2
70.9
127.4
30.4










Planning Districts


District 1 West Florida
Bay
Escambia
Holmes
Okaloosa
Santa Rosa
Walton
Washington

District 2 Appalachee
Calhoun
Franklin
Gadsden
Gulf
Jackson
Jefferson
Leon
Liberty
Wakulla

District 3 North
Central Florida
Alachua
Bradford
Columbia
Dixie
Gilchrist
Hamilton
Lafayette
Madison
Suwannee
Taylor
Union

District 4 Northeast
Florida
Baker
Clay
Duval
Flagler
Nassau
Putnam
St. Johns


District 5 Withlacoochee
Citrus
Hernando
Levy
Marion
Sumter
District 6 East Central Florida
Brevard
Lake
Orange
Osceola
Seminole
Volusia
District 7 Central Florida
De Soto
Hardee
Highlands
Okeechobee
Polk
District 8 Tampa Bay
Hillsborough
Manatee
Pasco
Pinellas
District 9 Southwest Florida
Charlotte
Collier
Glades
Hendry
Lee
Sarasota


District 10 Treasure Coast
Indian River
Martin
Palm Beach
St. Lucie

District 11 South Florida
Broward
Dade
Monroe








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Table 1.66. PLANNING DISTRICTS: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND
ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1993, IN THE STATE, COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING DISTRICTS
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)


District
and county

District 5 (Continued)
Marion
Sumter

district 6
Brevard
Lake
Orange
Osceola
Seminole
Volusia

District 7
De Soto
Hardee
Highlands
Okeechobee *
Polk

District 8
Hillsborough
Manatee
Pasco
Pinellas

District 9
Charlotte
Collier
Glades
Hendry
Lee
Sarasota

District 10
Indian River
Martin
Palm Beach
St. Lucie


District 11
Broward
Dade
Monroe


Census
1980 1990


122,488
24,272

1,336,495
272,959
104,870
470,865
49,287
179,752
258,762

428,838
19,039
20,357
47,526
20,264
321,652

1,717,576
646,939
148,445
193,661
728,531

576,539
58,460
85,971
5,992
18,599
205,266
202,251

787,850
59,896
64,014
576,758
87,182

2,706,954
1,018,257
1,625,509
63,188


194,835
31,577

1,994,559
398,978
152,104
677,491
107,728
287,521
370,737

546,805
23,865
19,499
68,432
29,627
405,382

2,178,551
834,054
211,707
281,131
851,659

909,327
110,975
152,099
7,591
25,773
335,113
277,776

1,204,782
90,208
100,900
863,503
150,171

3,270,749
1,255,531
1,937,194
78,024


Percentage chance
Estimates 1980 to 1990 to
1993 1990 1993


212,025
33,814

2,148,613
427,035
167,167
727,780
125,675
310,890
390,066

582,400
25,461
22,035
73,203
31,758
429,943

2,248,561
866,134
223,508
293,966
864,953

980,851
121,695
174,664
8,269
28,061
357,550
290,612

1,283,836
95,641
106,780
918,223
163,192

3,350,394
1,317,512
1,951,116
81,766


59.1 8.8
30.1 7.1

49.2 7.7
46.2 7.0
45.0 9.9
43.9 7.4
118.6 16.7
60.0 8.1
43.3 5.2

27.5 6.5
25.3 6.7
-4.2 13.0
44.0 7.0
46.2 7.2
26.0 6.1

26.8 3.2
28.9 3.8
42.6 5.6
45.2 4.6
16.9 1.6

57.7 7.9
89.8 9.7
76.9 14.8
26.7 8.9
38.6 8.9
63.3 6.7
37.3 4.6

52.9 6.6
50.6 6.0
57.6 5.8
. 49.7 6.3
72.3 8.7

20.8 2.4
23.3 4.9
19.2 0.7
23.5 4.8


Note: Data are for planning district boundaries as defined in May 1984. See
map. The 1993 estimates reflect changes to Dade and Broward counties as a result of
Hurricane Andrew.
Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Popula-
tion Program, Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1993. Census data from U.S.
Bureau of the Census.

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Population








1.00 Population



Table 1.67. HRS DISTRICTS: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1993, IN THE STATE, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE
SERVICES (HRS) DISTRICTS, AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA


District
and county

Florida

District 1
Escambia
Okaloosa
Santa Rosa
Walton
District 2_
Bay
Calhoun
Franklin
Gadsden
Gulf
Holmes
Jackson
Jefferson
Leon
Liberty
Madison
Taylor
Wakulla
Washington
District 3
Alachua
Bradford
Columbia
Dixie
Gilchrist
Hamilton
Lafayette
Levy
Putnam
Suwannee
Union
District 4
Baker
Clay
Duval
Nassau
St. Johns
District 5
Pasco
Pinellas
District 6
Hillsborough
Manatee


Census
1980 1990

9,746,961 12,938,071

421,002 515,942
233,794 262,798
109,920 143,777
55,988 81,608
21,300 27,759
441,344 530,904
97,740 126,994
9,294 11,011
7,661 8,967
41,674 41,116
10,658 11,504
14,723 15,778
39,154 41,375
10,703 11,296
148,655 192,493
4,260 5,569
14,894 16,569
16,532 17,111
10,887 14,202
14,509 16,919
335,977 411,498
151,369 181,596
20,023 22,515
35,399 42,613
7,751 10,585
5,767 9,667
8,761 10,930
4,035 5,578
19,870 25,912
50,549 65,070
22,287 26,780
10,166 10,252
737,541 925,213
15,289 18,486
67,052 105,986
571,003 672,971
32,894 43,941
51,303 83,829
922,192 1,132,790
193,661 281,131
728,531 851,659
795,384 1,045,761
646,939 834,054
148,445 211,707


See footnote at end of table.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994


Percentage change
1980 to 1990 to
1990 1993

32.7 5.2


Continued . .


Estimates
1993

13,608,627

547,422
272,083
154,512
90,259
30,568
564,317
134,059
11,479
9,775
43,239
12,393
16,331
44,386
12,988
206,302
5,720
17,316
17,374
15,401
17,554
436,626
190,655
23,312
46,430
11,810
10,722
11,604
5,603
28,236
67,625
28,598
12,031
973,700
19,527
114,918
701,608
46,450
91,197
1,158,919
293,966
864,953
1,089,642
866,134
223,508







1.00


Table 1.67. HRS DISTRICTS: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1993, IN THE STATE, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE
SERVICES (HRS) DISTRICTS, AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)


Census
1980 1990


District
and county

District 7
Brevard
Orange
Osceola
Seminole
District 8
Charlotte
Collier
De Soto
Glades
Hendry
Lee
Sarasota
District 9
Palm Beach
District 10
Broward
District 11
Dade
Monroe
District 12
Flagler
Volusia
District 13
Citrus
Hernando
Lake
Marion
Sumter
District 14
Hardee
Highlands
Polk
District 15
Indian River
Martin
Okeechobee
St. Lucie


972,863
272,959
470,865
49,287
179,752
595,578
58,460
85,971
19,039
5,992
18,599
205,266
202,251
576,758
576,758
1,018,257
1,018,257
1,688,697
1,625,509
63,188
269,675
10,913
258,762
350,802
54,703
44,469
104,870
122,488
24,272
389,535
20,357
47,526
321,652
231,356
59,896
64,014
20,264
87,182


Percentage change
Estimates 1980 to 1990 to
1993 1990 1993


1,471,718
398,978
677,491
107,728
287,521
933,192
110,975
152,099
23,865
7,591
25,773
335,113
277,776
863,503
863,503
1,255,531
1,255,531
2,015,218
1,937,194
78,024
399,438
28,701
370,737
573,144
93,513
101,115
152,104
194,835
31,577
493,313
19,499
68,432
405,382
370,906
90,208
100,900
29,627
150,171


1,591,380
427,035
727,780
125,675
310,890
1,006,312
121,695
174,664
25,461
8,269
28,061
357,550
290,612
918,223
918,223
1,317,512
1,317,512
2,032,882
1,951,116
81,766
423,610
33,544
390,066
625,530
100,829
111,695
167,167
212,025
33,814
525,181
22,035
73,203
429,943
397,371
95,641
106,780
31,758
163,192


Note: See map of districts in Section 7.00. The 1993 estimates reflect changes
to Dade and Broward counties as a result of Hurricane Andrew.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Popula-
tion Program, Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1993. Census data from U.S.
Bureau of the Census.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994


Population


51.3
46.2
43.9
118.6
60.0
56.7
89.8
76.9
25.3
26.7
38.6
63.3
37.3
49.7
49.7
23.3
23.3
19.3
19.2
23.5
48.1
163.0
43.3
63.4
70.9
127.4
45.0
59.1
30.1
26.6
-4.2
44.0
26.0
60.3
50.6
57.6
46.2
72.3








1.00 Population


Table 1.69. POPULOUS CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1993, IN THE 35 MOST POPULOUS CITIES IN FLORIDA, 1993


Per-
centage
change
Total population Rank 1990 to
City 1980 1990 1993 1980 1990 1993 1993

Jacksonville 540,920 635,230 661,243 1 1 1 4.1
Miami 346,865 358,648 364,679 2 2 2 1.7
Tampa 271,577 280,015 282,848 3 3 3 1.0
St. Petersburg 238,647 240,318 239,701 4 4 4 -0.3
Hialeah 145,254 188,008 199,923 6 5 5 6.3

Orlando 128,291 164,674 172,019 7 6 6 4.5
Ft. Lauderdale 153,279 149,238 148,743 5 7 7 -0.3
Tallahassee 81,548 124,773 131,683 11 8 8 5.5
Hollywood 121,323 121,720 123,956 8 9 9 1.8
Clearwater 85,170 98,784 100,768 10 10 10 2.0

Miami Beach 96,298 92,639 95,160 9 11 11 2.7
Gainesville 81,371 85,075 93,091 12 12 12 9.4
Coral Springs 37,349 78,864 88,944 27 13 13 12.8
Cape Coral 32,103 74,991 81,339 41 14 14 8.5
Pembroke Pines 35,776 65,566 75,014 34 21 15 14.4

Pompano Beach 52,618 72,411 73,219 17 15 16 1.1
Lakeland 47,406 70,576 73,121 21 16 17 3.6
Plantation 48,501 66,814 72,655 20 18 18 8.7
Sunrise 39,681 65,683 71,542 25 20 19 8.9
Palm Bay 18,560 62,543 69,197 61 22 20 10.6

West Palm Beach 63,305 67,764 68,006 13 17 21 0.4
Largo 57,958 65,910 66,369 14 19 22 0.7
Port St. Lucie 14,690 55,761 65,722 72 27 23 17.9
Boca Raton 49,447 61,486 64,818 18 24 24 5.4
Melbourne 46,536 60,034 64,191 22 25 25 6.9

Daytona Beach 54,176 61,991 62,453 16 23 26 0.7
Pensacola 57,619 59,198 59,858 15 26 27 1.1
Davie 20,515 47,143 52,332 58 32 28 11.0
Sarasota 48,868 50,897 50,820 19 28 29 -0.2
North Miami 42,566 50,001 50,243 24 29 30 0.5

Lauderhill 37,271 49,015 49,436 28 30 31 0.9
Delray Beach 34,329 47,184 48,644 36 31 32 3.1
Boynton Beach 35,624 46,284 48,428 35 34 33 4.6
Deerfield Beach 39,193 46,997 47,639 26 33 34 1.4
Tamarac 29,376 44,822 46,711 45 36 35 4.2


Note: Changes in city populations include the effects of annexations. The 1993
estimates reflect changes to Dade and Broward counties as a result of Hurricane
Andrew.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Popula-
tion Program, Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1993. Census data from U.S.
Bureau of the Census.

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1.00


Table 1.72. COMPONENTS OF CHANGE: COMPONENTS OF POPULATION CHANGE IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990 TO APRIL 1, 1993


County

Florida

Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun

Charlotte
Citrus
Clay

Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto

Dixie
Duval
Escambia

Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist

Glades
Gulf
Hamilton

Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands

Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson

Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee


See footnotes at end of table.

Florida Statistcal Abstract 1994


pulation
change


Components of chance
Natural


increase I/


Net migration


Total nonulation Poj
Census Estimates
April 1 April 1
1990 1993

12,938,071 13,608,627

181,596 190,655
18,486 19,527
126,994 134,059

22,515 23,312
398,978 427,035
1,255,531 1,317,512
11,011 11,479

110,975 121,695
93,513 100,829
105,986 114,918

152,099 174,664
42,613 46,430
1,937,194 1,951,116
23,865 25,461

10,585 11,810
672,971 701,608
262,798 272,083

28,701 33,544
8,967 9,775
41,116 43,239
9,667 10,722

7,591 8,269
11,504 12,393
10,930 11,604

19,499 22,035
25,773 28,061
101,115 111,695
68,432 73,203

834,054 866,134
15,778 16,331
90,208 95,641
41,375 44,386

11,296 12,988
5,578 5,603
152,104 167,167
335,113 357,550


Population


1990 to Per- Per-
1993 Number centage Number centage

670,556 177,496 26.5 493,060 73.5

9,059 4,433 48.9 4,626 51.1
1,041 426 40.9 615 59.1
7,065 3,063 43.4 4,002 56.6

797 293 36.8 504 63.2
28,057 5,655 20.2 22,402 79.8
61,981 11,180 18.0 50,801 82.0
468 8 1.7 460 98.3

10,720 -1,740 0.0 12,460 100.0
7,316 -1,423 0.0 8,739 100.0
8,932 2,719 30.4 6,213 69.6

22,565 2,669 11.8 19,896 88.2
3,817 855 22.4 2,962 77.6
13,922 46,482 100.0 -32,560 0.0
1,596 396 24.8 1,200 75.2

1,225 141 11.5 1,084 88.5
28,637 21,174 73.9 7,463 26.1
9,285 6,410 69.0 2,875 31.0

4,843 -121 0.0 4,964 100.0
808 25 3.1 783 96.9
2,123 1,260 59.3 863 40.7
1,055 61 5.8 994 94.2

678 35 5.2 643 94.8
889 62 7.0 827 93.0
674 198 29.4 476 70.6

2,536 779 30.7 1,757 69.3
2,288 1,103 48.2 1,185 51.8
10,580 -1,445 0.0 12,025 100.0
4,771 -553 0.0 5,324 100.0

32,080 20,660 64.4 11,420 35.6
553 52 9.4 501 90.6
5,433 -59 0.0 5,492 100.0
3,011 356 11.8 2,655 88.2

1,692 182 10.8 1,510 89.2
25 82 100.0 -57 0.0
15,063 -299 0.0 15,362 100.0
22,437 1,776 7.9 20,661 92.1


Continued . .








1.00


Table 1.72. COMPONENTS OF CHANGE: COMPONENTS OF POPULATION CHANGE IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990 TO APRIL 1, 1993 (Continued)


Total nonulation
Census Estimates
April 1 April 1
1990 1993


Population
change
1990 to
1993


Natural
increase 1/ Net migration
Per- Per-
Number centage Number centage


192,493 206,302 13,809 4,766 34.5 9,043 65.5
25,912 28,236 2,324 62 2.7 2,262 97.3
5,569 5,720 151 101 66.9 50 33.1


16,569
211,707
194,835
100,900


17,316
223,508
212,025
106,780


747
11,801
17,190
5,880


264
32
1,222
124


35.3 483
0.3 11,769
7.1 15,968
2.1 5,756


78,024 81,766 3,742 900 24.1 2,842 75.9
43,941 46,450 2,509 1,107 44.1 1,402 55.9
143,777 154,512 10,735 4,542 42.3 6,193 57.7


County

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


31,758
727,780
125,675
918,223


2,131
50,289
17,947
54,720


861
20,822
2,956
6,697


40.4 1,270
41.4 29,467
16.5 14,991
12.2 48,023


281,131 293,966 12,835 -4,006 0.0 16,841 100.0
851,659 864,953 13,294 -6,303 0.0 19,597 100.0
405,382 429,943 24,561 6,361 25.9 18,200 74.1


65,070
83,829
150,171
81,608


67,625
91,197
163,192
90,259


2,555
7,368
13,021
8,651


650 25.4 1,905
952 12.9 6,416
2,311 17.7 10,710
2,145 24.8 6,506


277,776 290,612 12,836 -4,002 0.0 16,838 100.0
287,521 310,890 23,369 7,175 30.7 16,194 69.3
31,577 33,814 2,237 85 3.8 2,152 96.2


26,780
17,111
10,252
370,737


28,598
17,374
12,031
390,066


1,818
263
1,779
19,329


14,202 15,401 1,199 210
27,759 30,568 2,809 151
16,919 17,554 635 132


0.0 1,818
90.5 25
6.7 1,659
0.0 19,403


100.0
9.5
93.3
100.0


17.5 989 82.5
5.4 2,658 94.6
20.8 503 79.2


1/ Births minus deaths.
Note: Vital statistics data for
only in the entries for the state.


persons of unreported residence are included
For this reason, natural increase and net


migration columns may not add to their state totals. The 1993 estimates reflect
changes to Dade and Broward counties as a result of Hurricane Andrew.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Popula-
tion Program, Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1993. Census data from U.S.
Bureau of the Census.

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Population


29,627
677,491
107,728
863,503







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Table 1.73. RESIDENCE IN 1985: PERSONS AGED 5 AND OVER LIVING IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990, BY PLACE OF RESIDENCE IN 1985


Different house
Different
county
Same Same same Different Lived
County Total house county state state abroad 1/

Florida 12,095,284 5,432,250 3,152,635 989,918 2,130,613 389,868

Alachua 169,928 64,666 39,607 37,436 23,169 5,050
Baker 17,047 9,154 3,022 3,712 1,079 80
Bay 117,880 52,805 29,805 7,490 24,060 3,720
Bradford 21,180 11,810 3,579 4,281 1,426 84

Brevard 372,845 156,949 97,811 26,628 82,323 9,134
Broward 1,177,048 533,248 324,792 86,809 191,025 41,174
Calhoun 10,282 5,401 2,539 1,409 856 77
Charlotte 106,202 42,155 18,504 10,599 34,257 687

Citrus 89,129 39,451 14,882 12,037 21,973 786
Clay 98,100 41,742 16,785 16,960 20,473 2,140
Collier 143,129 56,736 33,247 10,383 38,570 4,193
Columbia 39,517 20,596 8,125 6,706 3,920 170

Dade 1,798,761 824,562 602,178 40,475 162,111 169,435
De Soto 22,292 10,616 5,893 2,728 2,578 477
Dixie 9,895 5,161 1,702 2,032 935 65
Duval 618,933 286,766 182,647 37,895 101,487 10,138

Escambia 243,496 116,561 62,570 12,283 47,328 4,754
Flagler 27,229 8,511 3,952 3,903 10,529 334
Franklin 8,405 5,199 1,442 804 911 49
Gadsden 37,916 22,348 8,414 4,683 2,351 120

Gilchrist 9,026 4,045 1,261 2,528 1,133 59
Glades 7,133 3,657 1,172 1,415 786 103
Gulf 10,828 6,347 2,197 1,278 939 67
Hamilton 10,125 5,274 2,263 1,855 720 13

Hardee 18,000 10,431 4,227 1,377 1,680 285
Hendry 23,581 11,084 5,352 3,544 2,467 1,134
Hernando 96,031 40,074 13,402 12,223 29,231 1,101
Highlands 64,813 30,063 12,816 7,531 13,066 1,337

Hillsborough 773,830 346,676 226,635 54,746 125,817 19,956
Holmes 14,784 8,644 2,682 2,075 1,367 16
Indian River 85,351 37,885 19,784 9,402 17,260 1,020
Jackson 38,985 21,877 8,100 4,929 3,748 331

Jefferson 10,463 6,485 2,045 1,394 509 30
Lafayette 5,254 2,587 1,024 1,262 264 117
Lake 143,740 67,840 28,872 18,185 27,607 1,236
Lee 315,388 129,721 80,196 19,203 82,799 3,469




See footnotes at end of table. Continued . .

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Table 1.73. RESIDENCE IN 1985: PERSONS AGED 5 AND OVER LIVING IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990, BY PLACE OF RESIDENCE IN 1985
(Continued)



Different house
Different


County

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


Total

180,229
24,275
5,225
15,273

199,442
182,543
95,864
73,676

40,671
132,722
27,392
628,160

99,769
810,473
266,599
807,536

377,061
60,604
78,526
139,784

75,255
265,067
267,682
29,733

25,116
15,781
9,552
349,558

13,259
26,116
15,795


Same
house

70,395
12,288
3,051
9,158

89,343
83,599
40,842
30,092

20,523
52,122
13,112
245,704

35,030
353,915
131,024
393,786

181,331
32,158
32,901
58,480

35,036
123,384
110,403
14,494

13,283
9,031
4,839
154,669

7,380
14,054
9,696


Same
county

46,560
4,081
890
3,103

49,921
40,553
18,248
15,572

7,815
29,363
6,371
161,904

20,255
210,896
47,557
217,922

107,766
13,101
15,858
29,708

14,001
62,779
47,353
5,775

5,036
3,606
1,605
82,095

2,094
4,891
2,432


county
same
state

33,679
5,349
1,048
1,945

17,568
21,076
12,719
8,110

5,300
7,931
3,696
61,245

12,481
63,983
27,948
36,145

28,903
8,570
13,193
17,815

10,935
15,958
44,776
5,371

4,632
1,989
2,418
35,006

2,526
3,162
2,241


Different
state

25,672
2,499
221
986

40,148
35,827
22,213
17,523

6,618
35,782
3,586
135,633

27,683
160,194
57,832
148,355

55,389
6,521
15,883
32,166

13,988
60,437
57,991
3,872

2,036
1,134
661
72,651

1,211
3,844
1,303


Lived
abroad j/

3,923
58
15
81

2,462
1,488
1,842
2,379

415
7,524
627
23,674

4,320
21,485
2,238
11,328

3,672
254
691
1,615

1,295
2,509
7,159
221

129
21
29
5,137

48
165
123


1/ Includes persons residing in Puerto Rico, U.S. outlying areas, and in foreign
counties.
Note: Data are estimates based on a sample and may differ form complete count
data.

Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of Popu-
lation: Social and Economic Characteristics, Florida. 1990 CP-2-11.

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Table 1.75. COUNTY RANKINGS AND DENSITY: ESTIMATES, RANK, PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION
LAND AREA, AND DENSITY IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1993


County

Florida

Dade
Broward
Palm Beach
Hillsborough

Pinellas
Orange
Duval
Polk

Brevard
Volusia
Lee
Seminole

Pasco
Sarasota
Escambia
Manatee

Marion
Leon
Alachua
Collier

Lake
St. Lucie
Okaloosa
Bay

Osceola
Charlotte
Clay
Hernando

Martin
Citrus
Indian River
St. Johns

Santa Rosa
Monroe
Highlands
Putnam


Estimates


Continued . .


See footnotes at end of table.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994


Number

13,608,627

1,951,116
1,317,512
918,223
866,134

864,953
727,780
701,608
429,943

427,035
390,066
357,550
310,890

293,966
290,612
272,083
223,508

212,025
206,302
190,655
174,664

167,167
163,192
154, 512
134,059

125,675
121,695
114,918
111,695

106,780
100, 829
95,641
91,197

90,259
81,766
73,203
67,625


Rank
in
state

(X)

1
2
3
4

5
6
7
8

9
10
11
12

13
14
15
16

17
18
19
20

21
22
23
24

25
26
27
28

29
30
31
32

33
34
35
36


Per- ar
centage (s.
of state m

100.00 53,

14.34 1,
9.68 1,
6.75 1,
6.36 1,

6.36
5.35
5.16
3.16 1,

3.14 1,
2.87 1,
2.63
2.28

2.16
2.14
2.00
1.64

1.56 1,
1.52
1.40
1.28 2,

1.23
1.20
1.14
0.99

0.92 1,
0.89
0.84
0.82

0.78
0.74
0.70
0.67

0.66 1,
0.60
0.54 1,
0.50


Densitv
Land Persons
ea 1/ per Rank
quare square in
iles) mile state

937.2 252 (X)

944.5 1,003 4
208.9 1,090 2
974.2 465 9
051.0 824 6

280.2 3,087 1
907.6 802 7
773.9 907 5
874.9 229 19

018.5 419 11
105.9 353 14
803.6 445 10
308.2 1,009 3

745.0 395 13
571.8 508 8
663.6 410 12
741.2 302 16

579.0 134 30
666.8 309 15
874.3 218 20
025.5 86 34

953.1 175 26
572.5 285 17
935.8 165 28
763.7 176 24

322.0 95 31
693.7 175 25
601.1 191 22
478.3 234 18

555.7 192 21
583.6 173 27
503.3 190 23
609.0 150 29

015.8 89 33
997.3 82 36
028.5 71 39
722.2 94 32











Table 1.75. COUNTY RANKINGS AND DENSITY: ESTIMATES, RANK, PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION


LAND AREA, AND DENSITY IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES
(Continued)


OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1993


Estimates
Rank
in
County Number state


Nassau
Columbia
Jackson
Gadsden

Sumter
Flagler
Okeechobee
Walton

Suwannee
Levy
Hendry
De Soto

Bradford
Hardee
Baker
Washington

Taylor
Madison
Holmes
Wakulla

Jefferson
Gulf
Union
Dixie

Hamilton
Calhoun
Gilchrist
Franklin

Glades
Liberty
Lafayette


46,450
46,430
44,386
43,239

33,814
33,544
31,758
30,568

28,598
28,236
28,061
25,461

23,312
22,035
19,527
17, 554

17,374
17,316
16,331
15,401

12,988
12,393
12,031
11,810

11,604
11,479
10,722
9,775


8,269 65
5,720 66
5,603 67


Densi tv
Persons
per Rank
square in
mile state


(X) Not applicable.
1/ Land area figures represent


the total area in the counties in 1990 and are not


adjusted for lands which cannot be developed (government-owned parks or reserves) or
are uninhabitable (swamps or marshes).
Note: The 1993 estimates reflect changes to Dade and Broward counties as a re-
sult of Hurricane Andrew.
Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Popula-
tion Program, Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1993. Census data from U.S.
Bureau of the Census.

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Population


Land
Per- area 1/
centage (square
of state miles)

0.34 651.6
0.34 797.0
0.33 915.8
0.32 516.2

0.25 545.7
0.25 485.0
0.23 774.3
0.22 1,057.7

0.21 687.7
0.21 1,118.4
0.21 1,152.7
0.19 637.3

0.17 293.2
0.16 637.4
0.14 585.3
0.13 579.9

0.13 1,042.0
0.13 692.0
0.12 482.6
0.11 606.7

0.10 597.8
0.09 565.1
0.09 240.3
0.09 704.1

0.09 514.9
0.08 567.4
0.08 348.9
0.07 534.0

0.06 773.5
0.04 835.9
0.04 542.8











Table 1.80. INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION: ESTIMATED NUMBER OF INMATES AND PATIENTS RESIDING IN FEDERAL AND STATE
GOVERNMENT-OPERATED INSTITUTIONS AND CONSIDERED NONRESIDENTS OF THE LOCAL AREA FOR REVENUE-SHARING
PURPOSES IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1993


County
? or city

Florida
Alachua
Gainesville
Unincorporated
SBaker
Bay
Panama City
Unincorporated
Bradford
Brevard
Titusville
Unincorporated
Broward
Davie
Ft. Lauderdale
Pembroke Pines
Pompano Beach
Unincorporated
Calhoun
Charlotte
Collier
Columbia
Lake City
Unincorporated
Dade
Miami
North Miami
Unincorporated
De Soto
Dixie


Inmates
and pa- County
tients or city


63,295
2,096
1,646
450
1,748
99
52
47
3,285
1,419
48
1,371
1,350
36
69
492
52
701
695
1,099
70
779
447
332
5,026
3,033
138
1,855
1,641
1,087


Duval (Jacksonville)
Escambia
Pensacola
Unincorporated
Franklin
Gadsden
Chatahoochee
Quincy
Gilchrist
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Tampa
Unincorporated
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Malone
Marianna
Unincorporated
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Cape Coral
Ft. Myers


Inmates
and pa- County
tients or city


390
968
50
918
255
1,960
1,728
232
754
577
946
1,086
1,159
325
74
1,474
1,017
457
687
242
3,093
877
197
2,019
539
555
532
573
24
141


Lee (Continued)
Unincorporated
Leon
Tallahassee
Unincorporated
Levy
Chiefland
Unincorporated
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Bradenton
Marion
Ocala
Unincorporated
Martin
Stuart
Unincorporated
Monroe
Nassau
Fernandina Beach
Okaloosa
Crestview
Unincorporated
Okeechobee
Orange
Eatonville
Winter Park
Unincorporated
Osceola


Inmates
and pa- County
tients or city


408
1,660
1,458
202
210
17
193
823
1,019
106
106
2,373
48
2,325
1,355
24
1,331
57
31
31
1,802
910
892
126
2,574
64
43
2,467
113


Palm Beach
Boca Raton
Lantana
West Palm Beach
Unincorporated
Pasco
Pinellas
Clearwater
St. Petersburg
Unincorporated
Polk
Bartow
Unincorporated
Putnam
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Milton
Unincorporated
Sarasota
Seminole
Sanford
Unincorporated
Sumt4r
Union
Volusia
Daytona Beach
Holly Hill
Unincorporated
Walton
Washington


Note: Unless city data are specified separately for a county, county data are for unincorporated areas.
Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida Estimates of
Population, April 1, 1993.


Inmates
and pa-
tients

1,853
3
118
157
1,575
580
1,440
91
205
1,144
2,390
175
2,215
378
99
335
64
271
14
157
29
128
1,129
3,602
1,582
45
7
1,530
795
109








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Table 1.83. PLANNING DISTRICT PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1993, AND
PROJECTIONS, SPECIFIED YEARS APRIL 1, 1995 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE
AND COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING DISTRICTS OF FLORIDA

Estimates Prolections
District 1993 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020

Florida 13,608.6
Low 13,888.0 14,665.3 15,432.7 16,204.6 17,008.3 17,820.9
Medium 14,109.7 15,449.0 16,742.1 18,008.4 19,276.8 20,520.8
High 14,368.0 16,263.4 18,074.2 19,825.3 21,547.7 23,211.6
District 1 715.4
Low 719.5 721.2 713.1 696.4 671.3 637.1
Medium 743.4 799.9 853.1 905.0 957.0 1,007.8
High 773.4 890.8 1,015.7 1,148.5 1,290.2 1,439.8
District 2 361.7
Low 359.3 356.4 349.0 336.9 319.9 298.7
Medium 372.8 399.5 425.0 449.8 473.9 497.2
High 388.1 447.8 511.0 578.3 648.7 723.0
District 3 375.5
Low 373.3 376.2 374.4 369.0 359.5 346.5
Medium 386.0 413.5 439.1 464.0 487.6 510.8
High 400.6 456.3 514.0 574.7 637.7 703.5
District 4 1,074.9
Low 1,075.3 1,096.3 1,101.2 1,091.0 1,066.4 1,026.3
Medium 1,110.8 1,207.0 1,300.0 1,391.0 1,482.3 1,572.0
High 1,153.9 1,339.0 1,537.9 1,752.0 1,981.9 2,226.8
District 5 486.6
Low 495.7 522.4 533.6 530.2 512.4 479.3
Medium 515.8 594.3 670.6 746.3 822.6 898.3
High 541.7 683.2 840.0 1,012.5 1,202.5 1,408.7
District 6 2,148.6
Low 2,167.9 2,255.7 2,288.3 2,267.4 2,194.5 2,067.0
Medium 2,252.4 2,549.8 2,839.0 3,124.0 3,411.3 3,694.7
High 2,358.2 2,908.4 3,511.9 4,170.9 4,890.4 5,666.2
District 7 582.4
Low 584.8 602.3 612.4 615.8 612.8 603.3
Medium 602.2 655.3 706.3 756.0 805.6 854.1
High 623.7 719.8 821.3 928.9 1,043.0 1,163.0
District 8 2,248.6
Low 2,242.6 2,273.7 2,280.3 2,264.3 2,226.8 2,166.4
Medium 2,311.2 2,479.3 2,640.4 2,797.5 2,953.6 3,105.5
High 2,392.5 2,721.6 3,068.9 3,435.4 3,823.0 4,228.8
District 9 980.9
Low 994.1 1,036.4 1,050.9 1,038.8 1,001.4 937.0
Medium 1,033.6 1,175.7 1,313.0 1,448.4 1,584.5 1,718.8
High 1,083.9 1,345.9 1,633.4 1,948.0 2,292.1 2,664.0
District 10 1,283.8
Low 1,296.7 1,342.0 1,356.2 1,340.7 1,296.9 1,223.1
Medium 1,346.2 1,513.5 1,675.4 1,834.3 1,994.1 2,151.2
High 1,408.4 1,721.6 2,063.1 2,433.9 2,837.0 3,270.0
District 11 3,350.4
Low 3,340.4 3,391.1 3,415.7 3,414.0 3,388.4 3,337.4
Medium 3,435.0 3,661.3 3,879.9 4,092.4 4,303.9 4,510.2
High 3,547.0 3,981.0 4,436.5 4,912.7 5,412.6 5,933.2

Note: Thousands rounded to hundreds. See footnote on Table 1.84.
Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Popula-
tion Program, Florida Population Studies, February 1994, Volume 27, No. 2. Bulletin
No. 108.

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Table 1.84. PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1993, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 1995
2000, 2005, 2010, 2015, AND 2020, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA

(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)


Estimates Prolections
County 1993 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020

Florida 13,608.6
Low 13,888.0 14,665.3 15,432.7 16,204.6 17,008.3 17,820.9
Medium 14,109.7 15,449.0 16,742.1 18,008.4 19,276.8 20,520.8
High 14,368.0 16,263.4 18,074.2 19,825.3 21,547.7 23,211.6
Alachua 190.7
Low 190.3 193.4 194.9 194.9 192.8 189.3
Medium 195.8 208.9 221.6 233.9 245.2 256.2
High 202.1 227.1 253.1 280.5 308.0 336.6
Baker 19.5
Low 19.4 19.3 18.7 17.9 16.8 15.6
Medium 20.1 21.7 23.1 24.4 25.7 27.0
High 21.0 24.5 28.0 31.8 35.8 40.0
Bay 134.1
Low 133.2 133.0 130.5 126.0 119.6 111.1
Medium 138.3 149.9 160.8 171.4 182.0 192.3
High 144.3 169.2 195.8 224.0 254.1 285.8
Bradford 23.3
Low 22.9 21.9 20.6 19.1 17.5 15.7
Medium 23.8 24.9 25.6 26.3 27.0 27.7
High 24.8 27.9 30.9 33.9 37.1 40.4
Brevard 427.0
Low 430.7 444.3 448.6 444.1 430.9 408.7
Medium 446.7 499.2 550.1 600.1 650.3 699.8
High 466.6 565.5 673.0 789.4 915.7 1,051.0
Broward 1,317.5
Low 1,318.5 1,349.9 1,369.0 1,376.6 1,373.8 1,359.7
Medium 1,355.4 1,456.3 1,553.1 1,647.3 1,741.3 1,832.9
High 1,400.1 1,584.7 1,778.1 1,980.9 2,194.5 2,417.3
Calhoun 11.5
Low 11.4 11.1 10.7 10.1 9.5 8.7
Medium 11.8 12.6 13.2 13.9 14.5 15.1
High 12.3 14.2 16.0 18.0 20.1 22.3
Charlotte 121.7
Low 124.7 132.7 135.7 133.9 127.4 115.9
Medium 130.4 153.6 176.2 198.6 221.3 243.8
High 137.8 179.6 226.2 278.2 335.9 399.1
Citrus 100.8
Low 102.1 106.1 106.6 103.7 97.5 87.8
Medium 106.8 123.1 138.8 154.4 170.1 185.7
High 112.8 143.5 177.7 215.4 257.1 302.5
Clay 114.9
Low 116.0 119.7 119.7 116.0 108.7 97.6
Medium 121.4 138.9 155.9 172.8 189.8 206.7
High 128.2 161.9 199.4 240.9 286.5 336.2
Collier 174.7
Low 179.4 192.1 197.4 195.4 186.4 169.9
Medium 187.6 222.2 256.0 289.5 323.4 357.1
High 198.3 259.8 328.9 405.9 491.4 585.1


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2000, 2005, 2010, 2015, AND 2020, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
(Continued)

(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)


Estimates Proiections


County 1993

Columbia 46.4
Low
Medium
High
Dade 1,951.1
Low
Medium
High
De Soto 25.5
Low
Medium
High
Dixie 11.8
Low
Medium
High
Duval 701.6
Low
Medium
High
Escambia 272.1
Low
Medium
High
Flagler 33.5
Low
Medium
High
Franklin 9.8
Low
Medium
High
Gadsden 43.2
Low
Medium
High
Gilchrist 10.7
Low
Medium
High
Glades 8.3
Low
Medium
High
Gulf 12.4
Low
Medium
High

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95 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020


46.7 48.5 49.9 50.8 51.2 51.1
48.0 52.3 56.5 60.6 64.6 68.5
49.6 57.0 64.9 73.1 81.7 90.8

1,940.1 1,957.7 1,962.2 1,952.5 1,930.0 1,894.1
1,995.5 2,114.9 2,230.9 2,343.5 2,455.4 2,564.5
2,060.1 2,298.2 2,548.6 2,809.7 3,083.0 3,367.3

25.6 26.5 27.1 27.5 27.6 27.5
26.3 28.5 30.7 32.8 34.9 36.9
27.2 31.1 35.2 39.5 44.1 48.8

11.6 11.7 11.4 10.8 9.9 8.7
12.3 13.8 15.1 16.4 17.7 19.0
13.1 16.2 19.4 22.9 26.7 30.8

698.3 705.7 707.7 704.7 697.2 684.7
718.2 762.2 804.5 845.7 886.7 926.7
741.5 828.4 919.2 1,014.1 1,113.7 1,217.3

276.5 274.0 270.0 264.7 258.2 250.3
283.8 296.4 307.9 319.1 330.2 341.1
293.6 321.6 350.7 380.9 412.4 445.0

35.5 40.3 43.2 44.2 43.2 40.2
37.0 46.4 55.7 64.9 74.3 83.6
39.3 54.6 72.0 91.8 113.9 138.4

9.7 9.5 9.2 8.7 8.2 7.5
10.1 10.7 11.3 11.9 12.5 13.1
10.5 12.1 13.8 15.5 17.4 19.4

42.4 41.2 39.9 38.5 36.9 35.3
43.7 44.8 45.8 46.9 48.0 49.0
45.0 48.4 51.8 55.4 59.0 62.8

10.7 11.2 11.1 10.7 10.0 8.9
11.4 13.1 14.7 16.3 17.8 19.4
12.1 15.4 18.9 22.8 27.1 31.7

8.1 8.1 7.8 7.3 6.7 5.9
8.6 9.5 10.3 11.2 12.0 12.8
9.2 11.1 13.3 15.6 18.1 20.8

12.6 11.9 11.2 10.4 9.5 8.6
13.1 13.5 13.9 14.3 14.7 15.1
13.6 15.2 16.8 18.5 20.3 22.1

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Table 1.84. PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1993, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 1995
2000, 2005, 2010, 2015, AND 2020, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
(Continued)

(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)


Estimates Projections
County 1993 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020

Hamilton 11.6
Low 11.3 10.9 10.2 9.4 8.4 7.2
Medium 12.0 12.9 13.7 14.4 15.1 15.8
High 12.8 15.1 17.4 19.9 22.6 25.4
Hardee 22.0
Low 21.4 20.3 19.0 17.6 16.1 14.5
Medium 22.3 23.1 23.8 24.5 25.2 25.8
High 23.2 25.9 28.5 31.3 34.2 37.2
Hendry 28.1
Low 28.2 28.9 28.9 28.3 27.3 25.7
Medium 29.2 32.5 35.5 38.4 41.3 44.1
High 30.5 36.8 43.3 50.3 57.9 66.0
Hernando 111.7
Low 115.4 125.1 129.7 129.4 124.2 113.8
Medium 120.6 144.5 168.0 191.3 215.1 238.7
High 127.5 169.2 216.2 268.8 327.6 392.1
Highlands 73.2
Low 73.8 76.0 76.6 75.8 73.4 69.6
Medium 76.5 85.4 94.0 102.4 110.9 119.2
High 79.9 96.7 114.9 134.7 156.0 178.9
Hillsborough 866.1
Low 868.1 892.3 907.3 913.9 913.2 904.3
Medium 892.3 962.3 1,028.8 1,093.1 1,156.8 1,218.6
High 921.8 1,047.5 1,178.5 1,315.1 1,458.7 1,607.7
Holmes 16.3
Low 15.9 15.1 14.0 12.9 11.8 10.5
Medium 16.6 17.1 17.5 17.8 18.2 18.6
High 17.3 19.2 21.1 23.0 25.0 27.1
Indian River 95.6
Low 96.6 100.0 101.2 100.3 97.5 92.6
Medium 100.2 112.3 124.0 135.5 147.0 158.4
High 104.7 127.2 151.8 178.3 207.1 238.0
Jackson 44.4
Low 43.8 43.2 42.4 41.5 40.3 39.0
Medium 45.1 46.8 48.4 50.0 51.7 53.2
High 46.5 50.7 55.1 59.7 64.4 69.4
Jefferson 13.0
Low 12.9 12.6 12.1 11.5 10.8 9.9
Medium 13.4 14.3 15.0 15.7 16.5 17.2
High 14.0 16.1 18.2 20.5 22.9 25.4
Lafayette 5.6
Low 5.6 5.4 5.1 4.7 4.2 3.6
Medium 5.9 6.4 6.8 7.2 7.6 7.9
High 6.3 7.5 8.7 9.9 11.3 12.7
Lake 167.2
Low 169.9 178.1 182.2 182.2 178.4 170.6
Medium 176.0 199.8 222.8 245.5 268.4 290.9
High 184.0 226.6 273.2 323.9 379.2 438.6

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Table 1.84. PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1993, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 1995
2000, 2005, 2010, 2015, AND 2020, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
(Continued)

(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)


Projections
1995 2000 2005 2010


2015 2020


Lee 357.6
Low
Medium
High
Leon 206.3
Low
Medium
High
Levy 28.2
Low
Medium
High
Liberty 5.7
Low
Medium
High
Madison 17.3
Low
Medium
High
Manatee 223.5
Low
Medium
High
Marion 212.0
Low
Medium
High
Martin 106.8
Low
Medium
High
Monroe 81.8
Low
Medium
High
Nassau 46.5
Low
Medium
High
Okaloosa 154.5
Low
Medium
High
Okeechobee 31.8
Low
Medium
High

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363.5 381.7 390.9 391.4 383.6 367.0
376.6 428.1 478.0 527.2 576.7 625.6
393.7 485.8 586.3 695.8 815.1 943.6

205.8 206.6 204.1 198.1 188.2 175.3
213.6 232.8 251.4 269.4 286.4 303.0
222.9 263.0 306.1 352.1 400.0 450.7

28.3 28.9 28.9 28.4 27.3 25.8
29.4 32.5 35.5 38.5 41.4 44.3
30.7 36.8 43.4 50.5 58.1 66.2

5.5 5.2 4.7 4.2 3.7 3.1
5.9 6.2 6.4 6.5 6.7 6.9
6.2 7.2 8.1 9.0 10.0 11.0

16.9 16.2 15.2 14.1 12.9 11.7
17.6 18.3 18.9 19.4 20.0 20.5
18.3 20.6 22.8 25.1 27.5 30.0

224.3 228.9 228.9 224.7 216.4 203.8
232.7 257.4 281.1 304.3 327.5 350.2
243.0 291.3 343.4 399.4 459.8 524.1

216.0 227.7 233.9 234.9 230.8 221.3
223.8 255.3 285.9 316.2 346.7 376.9
234.0 289.7 350.9 417.6 490.5 569.1

108.3 113.1 115.2 114.9 112.2 107.0
112.3 126.9 141.0 154.9 168.9 182.7
117.3 143.9 172.8 204.3 238.4 275.2

81.8 83.5 84.5 84.9 84.6 83.6
84.1 90.1 95.9 101.6 107.2 112.8
86.8 98.1 109.8 122.1 135.1 148.6

46.3 46.7 46.2 44.9 42.9 40.1
48.1 52.5 56.8 60.9 65.1 69.1
50.2 59.4 69.2 79.8 91.1 103.1

154.1 154.8 152.9 148.5 141.6 132.3
159.9 174.4 188.2 201.7 215.2 228.3
166.9 197.1 229.4 264.0 301.0 340.2

32.0 33.0 33.3 32.9 31.9 30.2
33.2 37.1 40.8 44.5 48.1 51.8
34.7 42.0 49.9 58.5 67.8 77.7

ble. Continued . .


County


Estimates
1993







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Table 1.84. PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1993, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 1995
2000, 2005, 2010, 2015, AND 2020, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
(Continued)

(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)


Estimates Pronections
County 1993 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020

Orange 727.8
Low 729.8 761.5 776.0 773.9 755.9 721.0
Medium 757.2 854.7 949.9 1,043.6 1,138.0 1,231.1
High 790.6 969.1 1,164.0 1,375.9 1,606.3 1,854.0
Osceola 125.7
Low 130.8 143.6 150.4 151.2 145.9 134.3
Medium 136.5 165.8 194.5 223.0 252.1 280.9
High 144.5 194.3 250.7 314.0 384.7 462.6
Palm Beach 918.2
Low 926.4 956.8 966.7 956.9 928.6 880.6
Medium 960.6 1,074.8 1,185.0 1,293.0 1,401.5 1,507.9
High 1,003.6 1,217.7 1,450.0 1,701.1 1,973.3 2,264.5
Pasco 294.0
Low 295.4 302.5 303.4 298.4 288.0 271.7
Medium 306.4 340.1 372.4 403.9 435.5 466.4
High 320.0 385.0 455.1 530.5 611.9 698.6
Pinellas 865.0
Low 854.8 850.0 840.7 827.3 809.2 786.6
Medium 879.8 919.5 958.1 996.2 1,033.8 1,070.3
High 907.7 997.8 1,091.9 1,190.4 1,292.6 1,398.4
Polk 429.9
Low 432.0 446.5 456.4 462.0 463.8 461.5
Medium 443.9 481.2 517.0 551.8 586.5 620.4
High 458.7 524.1 592.8 664.9 740.9 820.4
Putnam 67.6
Low 67.8 69.7 71.0 71.6 71.7 71.1
Medium 69.7 75.2 80.5 85.6 90.7 95.7
High 72.0 81.9 92.2 103.1 114.5 126.4
St. Johns 91.2
Low 92.0 94.9 94.7 91.7 85.9 77.0
Medium 96.3 110.1 123.5 136.7 150.0 163.2
High 101.7 128.3 157.9 190.5 226.4 265.4
St. Lucie 163.2
Low 165.4 172.1 173.1 168.6 158.6 142.9
Medium 173.1 199.5 225.4 250.9 276.7 302.2
High 182.8 232.8 288.5 350.2 418.2 492.3
Santa Rosa 90.3
Low 91.8 96.4 98.8 98.9 97.0 92.8
Medium 95.1 108.1 120.8 133.3 145.8 158.2
High 99.4 122.7 148.2 175.9 206.1 238.6
Sarasota 290.6
Low 290.2 292.9 290.2 282.5 270.0 252.6
Medium 301.2 329.8 357.0 383.5 409.8 435.4
High 314.4 372.8 435.4 502.2 573.7 649.4
Seminole 310.9
Low 314.3 325.5 326.3 317.0 297.6 267.7
Medium 329.0 377.6 425.0 472.0 519.4 566.4
High 347.4 440.3 543.8 658.3 784.6 922.1

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Table 1.84. PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1993, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 1995
2000, 2005, 2010, 2015, AND 2020, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
(Continued)

(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)


Estimates Projections
County 1993 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020

Sumter 33.8
Low 33.9 34.6 34.5 33.8 32.6 30.6
Medium 35.2 38.9 42.4 45.9 49.3 52.7
High 36.7 44.0 51.8 60.2 69.2 78.8
Suwannee 28.6
Low 28.7 29.6 30.2 30.5 30.6 30.4
Medium 29.5 31.9 34.2 36.5 38.7 40.9
High 30.5 34.7 39.2 43.9 48.9 54.0
Taylor 17.4
Low 16.8 15.6 14.4 13.1 11.8 10.5
Medium 17.5 17.7 17.9 18.1 18.3 18.5
High 18.2 19.8 21.5 23.3 25.1 26.9
Union 12.0
Low 11.8 11.8 11.4 10.9 10.2 9.4
Medium 12.2 13.3 14.1 14.9 15.6 16.4
High 12.8 15.0 17.2 19.4 21.7 24.2
Volusia 390.1
Low 392.4 402.7 404.8 399.0 385.8 364.7
Medium 407.0 452.7 496.7 539.8 583.1 625.6
High 425.1 512.6 607.2 709.4 819.9 937.9
Wakulla 15.4
Low 15.2 15.1 14.7 13.9 12.8 11.3
Medium 16.1 17.8 19.6 21.2 22.9 24.6
High 17.1 20.9 25.1 29.6 34.6 39.9
Walton 30.6
Low 30.7 31.1 30.8 30.1 28.8 27.0
Medium 31.8 35.0 37.9 40.8 43.7 46.5
High 33.2 39.6 46.3 53.5 61.2 69.4
Washington 17.6
Low 17.3 16.8 16.1 15.3 14.3 13.1
Medium 17.9 19.0 20.0 20.9 21.9 22.8
High 18.7 21.4 24.2 27.2 30.4 33.7






Note: The medium projection is the one we believe is most likely to provide an
accurate forecast of future population. The high and low projections indicate the
range in which future populations are likely to fall. They do not represent
absolute limits to growth; for any county, the future population may be above the
high projection or below the low projection. If future distributions of errors are
similar to past distributions, however, future populations will fall between high
and low projections in approximately two-thirds of Florida's counties. Adjustments
have been made to account for the effects of Hurricane Andrew on Dade and Broward
counties. For a detailed description of projection methodology, see the source.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Popula-
tion Program, Florida Population Studies, February 1994, Volume 27, No. 2. Bulletin
No. 108.

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Table 1.87. VETERANS: ESTIMATED NUMBER OF VETERANS IN CIVIL LIFE IN FLORIDA AND
THE UNITED STATES BY PERIOD OF SERVICE, JULY 1, 1992

(rounded to thousands)


War veterans


Total World World Ko- Viet-
veterans Total War I War II rea I/ nam 1/


Peacetime veterans
Be-
tween
Per- Korea
sian and Post-
Gulf Viet- Viet-
1/ nam nam Other


Florida 1,729 1,370
United States 26,840 20,726


3 693 227 416
28 8,474 3,926 7,687


30 149 197
608 2,895 3,038


1/ No prior wartime service.
Source: U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs, Annual Report of the Secretary of
Veterans Affairs, Fiscal Year 1992.


Table 1.89. IMMIGRANTS: NEW ARRIVALS BY PORT OF ENTRY IN FLORIDA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES, FISCAL YEARS 1992 AND 1993


Port of entry


Boca Grande
Jacksonville
Key West
Miami
Orlando
Port Canaveral


1992 1993 Port of entry


36,745
1
9
0
35,591
822
2


44,402
0
13
6
42,804
1,276


1992 1993


Florida (Continued)
Port Everglades
St. Petersburg
Tampa
West Palm Beach


0 United States


511,769 536,294


Note: Excludes legal immigrants admitted under "residency since 1982" and spe-
cial agricultural workers. Data are for fiscal years ending September 30.


Table 1.90. IMMIGRANTS: NUMBER ADMITTED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRY OF BIRTH AND
RESIDENCE IN FLORIDA AND THE UNITED STATES, FISCAL YEAR 1993


Country
of birth


United Country
Florida States of birth


Total I/
Canada
China, mainland
Colombia
Cuba
Dominican Republic
Haiti
Honduras
India


60,325
2,272
1,572
2,998
11,253
2,237
3,479
1,446
1,138


880,014
17,081
65,552
12,512
13,650
44,886
9,596
7,134
40,021


Jamaica
Mexico
Nicaragua
Peru
Philippines
Soviet Union, former
United Kingdom
Venezuela
Vietnam


United
Florida States


3,982
1,588
3,008
1,715
1,923
1,113
2,115
1,023
1,384


16,969
109,027
6,942
10,276
63,189
58,568
18,543
2,702
59,613


1/ Only admissions of 1,000 or more immigrants to Florida are shown separately by
country of birth, therefore totals include other countries not shown separately.
Note: Data are for fiscal year ending September 30.
Source for Tables 1.89 and 1.90: U.S., Immigration and Naturalization Service,
Statistics Division, unpublished data.

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Table 1.91. IMMIGRANTS: NUMBER ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OF BIRTH AND INTENDED
RESIDENCE IN SPECIFIED METROPOLITAN AREAS IN FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1993


County
of birth

Total I/
Canada
China, mainland
Colombia
Cuba
Dominican Republic
Haiti
Honduras
India
Jamaica
Mexico
Nicaragua
Peru
Philippines
Soviet Union, former
United Kingdom
Vietnam


Mel-
bourne-
Ft. Lake- Titus-
Ft. Myers- land- ville-
Daytona Lauder- Cape Gaines- Jackson- Winter Palm
Beach dale Coral ville ville Haven Bay

508 7,941 477 466 1,754 496 721
66 513 71 16 69 29 49
14 137 11 163 42 21 34
15 478 24 10 23 2 21
8 204 3 1 7 7 1
3 191 13 1 14 7 10
0 686 26 0 21 46 2
5 100 8 3 3 1 10
23 147 12 32 56 23 36
23 1,376 12 5 30 77 38
16 105 57 2 18 54 17
1 70 1 4 10 1 8
5 330 8 10 12 5 15
25 147 29 18 333 26 63
17 138 5 13 255 4 10
41 354 38 23 61 35 69
9 89 2 18 157 12 15


Sara-
sota-
Braden-
Miami Naples Orlando ton


Total I/ 29,918 477
Canada 243 56
China, mainland 381 7
Colombia 1,880 10
Cuba 10,281 39
Dominican Republic 1,613 8
Haiti 1,808 67
Honduras 1,128 3
India 152 3
Jamaica 1,360 2
Mexico 297 56
Nicaragua 2,743 2
Peru 1,062 6
Philippines 341 8
Soviet Union, former 390 1
United Kingdom 234 38
Vietnam 55 9


4,460 1,022
206 122
174 24
191 19
101 10
133 5
148 11
28 17
173 34
336 21
153 217
23 4
86 11
221 43
61 37
372 101
396 20


Tampa-
St. West
Peters- Palm
burg- Beach-
Talla- Clear- Boca
hassee water Raton

409 4,496 4,183
11 394 232
144 158 186
0 120 159
0 309 198
2 93 100
2 34 523
2 59 51
32 193 102
3 142 409
6 162 130
0 32 74
3 74 61
8 201 123
1 82 76
12 328 209
6 452 65


I/ Only admissions of 1,000 or more immigrants to Florida are shown separately by
country of birth, therefore totals include other countries not shown separately.
Note: Data are for fiscal year ending September 30.
Source: U.S., Immigration and Naturalization Service, Statistics Division, un-
published data.

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Population


Table 1.92. LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME: PERSONS AGED 5 AND OVER BY LANGUAGE OTHER
THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN THE STATE AND


COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990


Speak English less
than "very well" 1/


County

Florida

Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus

Clay
Collier
Columbia

Dade
De Soto
Dixie

Duval
Escambia
Flagler

Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist

Glades
Gulf
Hamilton

Hardee
Hendry
Hernando

Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes

Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette


Total

2,098,315

14,845
424
6,381

902
27,289
207,928

407
7,710
5,939

5,510
24,629
1,453

1,031,921
2,398
274

39,916
12,442
2,890

185
1,553
258

769
249
424

4,053
5,675
7,574

5,009
117,280
399

6,081
1,814
360
281


Number

961,303

4,320
160
2,002

274
8,516
80,694

172
2,364
1,743

1,559
11,687
525

562,948
1,121
59

12,467
4,064
1,004

68
600
73

349
44
145

1,721
3,073
2,440

2,335
44,567
89

2,123
s95
71
217


Percentage
of total

45.8

29.1
37.7
31.4

30.4
31.2
38.8

42.3
30.7
29.3

28.3
47.5
36.1

54.6
46.7
21.5

31.2
32.7
34.7

36.8
38.6
28.3

45.4
17.7
34.2

42.5
54.1
32.2

46.6
38.0
22.3

34.9
38.3
19.7
77.2


Spanish

1,447,747

6,608
180
2,191

424
11,204
94,446

308
2,303
1,527

2,273
17,229
740

901,270
1,955
152

16,771
4,608
1,074

62
1,095
135

425
112
345

3,937
4,892
2,533

3,278
87,545
189

2,602
1,198
227
245


See footnotes at end of table.

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Asian or
Pacific
Island

85,994

2,565
10
1,405

106
2,885
8,335

24
564
379

1,074
230
143

11,784
139
21

7,929
3,229
219

0
47
18

0
2
36

31
38
158

233
6,655
10

239
49
26
3


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Table 1.92. LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME: PERSONS AGED 5 AND OVER BY LANGUAGE OTHER
THAN ENGLISH SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN THE STATE AND
COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990 (Continued)



Speak lanauaae other than Enalish


Speak English less
than "very well" 1/


County


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


Total

8,633
25,642
11,139
984

285
406
15,382
11,523

8,660
12,081
1,435
8,636

3,439
85,435
14,992
124,015

22,293
68,458
24,164
2,784

4,431
12,753
2,999
19,499

27,635
1,353
957
467

652
30,168
234
885
674


Number

3,126
8,920
3,699
318

145
190
6,190
4,218

3,406
4,574
436
2,726

1,454
34,106
6,265
51,154

6,932
22,615
9,117
943

1, 334
4,861
906
6,547

9,604
554
323
106

269
11,389
35
208
344


Percentage
of total

36.2
34.8
33.2
32.3

50.9
46.8
40.2
36.6

39.3
37.9
30.4
31.6

42.3
39.9
41.8
41.2

31.1
33.0
37.7
33.9

30.1
38.1
30.2
33.6

34.8
40.9
33.8
22.7

41.3
37.8
15.0
23.5
51.0


Spanish

4,151
13,051
5,313
490

185
219
8,165
5,672

4,410
9,161
701
2,982

2,968
56,646
11,252
58,588

7,254
18,910
14,967
1,512

1,665
5,243
1,196
5,815

16,324
795
596
310

423
13,849
130
508
213


Asian or
Pacific
Island

380
1,094
1,494
91

24
29
1,038
634

351
492
133
2,544

63
7,579
839
4,870

814
7,237
1,447
287


2,429
62
0
0

49
1,326
11
42
47


I/ Represents
English.


the respondent's own perception about his or her ability to speak


Note: Data are estimates based on a sample and may differ from complete count
data.

Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of Popu-
lation and Housing: Social and Economic Characteristics, Florida. 1990 CP-2-11.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994


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1.00


Population


Table 1.95. MARITAL STATUS: PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER BY SEX IN THE STATE AND
COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990


Male Female
Never Mar- Wid- Di- Never Mar- Wid- Di-
County married ried 1/ owed vorced married ried 1/ owed vorced

Florida 1,336,469 3,082,684 156,680 451,167 1,046,893 3,084,722 758,011 609,231


Alachua 32,469 33,188 1,282 5,092 27,427


Baker 2,246
Bay 11,589

Bradford 3,117
Brevard 39,815
Broward 136,586

Calhoun 1,262
Charlotte 7,372
Citrus 5,536

Clay 9,075
Collier 13,845
Columbia 3,823

Dade 233,048
De Soto 2,900
Dixie 987

Duval 74,388
Escambia 29,178
Flagler 1,935

Franklin 680
Gadsden 4,949
Gilchrist 1,278

Glades 590
Gulf 1,147
Hamilton 1,505

Hardee 1,882
Hendry 2,538
Hernando 6,318

Highlands 4,137
Hillsborough 92,821
Holmes 1,585

Indian River 7,139
Jackson 5,179
Jefferson 1,149
Lafayette 912


4,141 154 727 1,190
31,298 1,128 4,671 8,292

5,397 294 1,263 1,274
100,548 4,278 14,646 26,671
290,031 18,381 45,187 107,852

2,546 142 523 638
33,444 1,992 3,250 5,092
27,478 1,700 2,973 4,345

26,787 734 2,901 6,901
41,672 1,892 4,973 9,210
9,886 448 1,621 2,990

409,702 20,343 64,612 198,967
5,770 379 902 1,504
2,699 139 565 515

146,904 6,057 25,843 55,606
58,499 2,305 9,029 22,978
8,461 347 734 1,657

2,301 130 380 487
7,605 500 1,258 4,608
2,380 99 338 467

2,021 142 295 431
2,865 133 409 680
2,360 142 422 872

4,736 211 548 1,171
5,968 284 777 1,780
30,269 1,497 2,605 5,011

19,916 1,215 1,766 3,421
187,203 7,625 31,052 75,660
3,968 188 652 781

24,748 1,291 2,963 5,041
9,540 508 1,553 3,008
2,362 169 331 990
1,417 56 250 276


33,637 6,936 7,891
3,996 672 683
31,170 5,843 5,957

4,725 1,120 822
100,850 19,951 18,144
291,317 87,911 61,268

2,358 688 457
33,189 8,316 3,883
27,580 6,780 3,446

26,973 3,377 4,004
40,630 7,890 6,239
9,831 2,159 1,932

412,551 104,902 101,339
5,475 1,329 958
2,580 509 409

146,977 32,390 36,123
59,048 12,891 12,948
8,506 1,526 953

2,277 591 346
7,834 2,436 1,807
2,308 483 327

1,951 414 216
2,830 718 411
2,130 558 382

4,631 950 610
5,755 988 897
30,368 6,424 3,171

19,995 5,019 2,206
188,590 38,295 42,328
3,772 1,025 626

24,681 5,857 3,804
9,071 2,764 1,537
2,388 713 456
1,178 227 142


See footnote at end of table.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994


Continued . .








1.00 Population



Table 1.95. MARITAL STATUS: PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER BY SEX IN THE STATE AND
COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990 (Continued)


Male Female
Never Mar- Wid- Di- Never Mar- Wid- Di-
County married ried 1/ owed vorced married ried 1/ owed vorced

Lake 10,544 42,383 2,445 4,533 8,249 42,399 10,599 5,617
Lee 26,931 90,324 4,576 11,515 20,732 90,463 20,422 14,522
Leon 29,952 36,976 1,164 5,906 29,356 36,704 6,594 9,395

Levy 1,922 6,474 388 969 1,703 6,598 1,554 1,077
Liberty 889 1,353 56 311 276 1,128 289 171
Madison 2,167 3,488 225 627 1,400 3,289 1,070 540

Manatee 16,434 55,492 3,288 7,160 13,118 55,580 16,506 9,674
Marion 15,200 50,595 2,653 6,677 12,466 50,898 11,722 8,362
Martin 8,709 28,268 1,538 3,318 5,702 27,748 6,652 4,107

Monroe 9,462 19,834 1,035 4,631 4,936 19,374 3,216 3,858
Nassau 3,856 10,840 399 1,614 2,794 10,889 1,903 1,832
Okaloosa 14,006 36,668 927 5,081 8,750 35,803 5,072 5,858

Okeechobee 2,759 7,467 376 1,039 1,690 7,227 1,340 1,079
Orange 88,402 147,791 5,102 24,993 65,823 147,881 27,286 33,121
Osceola 9,945 26,448 985 3,637 7,731 26,485 4,960 4,608

Palm Beach 83,766 216,991 12,336 27,546 65,096 215,764 59,356 38,407
Pasco 19,167 78,784 5,223 8,446 14,846 78,884 23,050 10,542
Pinellas 78,551 206,022 14,588 33,855 65,209 207,228 73,155 46,513

Polk 34,829 101,073 4,783 13,880 27,351 101,258 22,848 17,643
Putnam 5,515 15,912 951 2,283 4,170 16,040 3,836 2,554
St. Johns 7,884 20,686 951 3,145 6,451 20,693 4,448 3,947

St. Lucie 12,858 38,801 2,031 4,645 9,756 38,861 7,954 5,778
Santa Rosa 6,922 20,823 544 2,616 4,772 20,995 2,945 3,270
Sarasota 21,314 76,025 4,623 9,292 17,160 76,322 23,197 13,367

Seminole 29,815 67,827 2,121 9,548 24,221 68,389 11,173 13,742
Sumter 3,034 8,152 490 1,212 1,753 7,992 1,989 1,118
Suwannee 2,258 6,520 325 857 1,637 6,535 1,829 1,048

Taylor 1,396 4,125 172 615 1,092 4,187 875 677
Union 1,866 2,362 147 790 492 1,818 319 258
Volusia 38,406 91,264 5,330 13,085 26,910 91,327 25,855 17,262

Wakulla 1,140 3,415 132 562 920 3,445 622 656
Walton 2,187 7,122 359 1,128 1,492 7,145 1,589 1,287
Washington 1,403 4,269 232 540 1,046 4,221 1,134 619





1/ Includes persons who are legally married, are in common-law marriages or live
together and consider themselves to be included in this category.

Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of Popu-
lation: General Population Characteristics, Florida. 1990 CP-1-11.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994








HOUSING

Mobile Home Tags Sold
By County, Fiscal Year 1992-93





,r^ t ^_TZI-7..l.


F] 81 to 999
E] 1,000 to 4,999
01 5,000 to 19,999
E 20,000 to 54,602


7,


Source: Table 2.36


\-. z







SECTION 2.00
HOUSING

TABLES LISTED BY MAJOR HEADINGS


HEADING PAGE

CHILD CARING AND PLACING FACILITIES:
Table 2.21. LICENSED FACILITIES AND CAPACITY IN THE STATE, HEALTH AND
REHABILITATIVE SERVICES (HRS) DISTRICTS, AND CITIES OF FLORIDA,
APRIL 1, 1994 87
GROUP QUARTERS:
Table 2.16. PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS BY TYPE OF QUARTERS IN THE STATE AND
COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1. 1990 83
HOMES FOR THE AGING:
Table 2.20. HOMES, RESIDENTIAL UNITS, AND BEDS FOR HOMES WHICH ARE MEMBERS
OF THE FLORIDA ASSOCIATION OF HOMES FOR THE AGING (FAHA) IN THE STATE,
FAHA DISTRICT, AND CITIES OF FLORIDA, 1994 86
Table 2.22. ADULT CONGREGATE LIVING FACILITIES AND ADULT FOSTER HOMES
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1992 89
HOUSEHOLDS AND AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE:
Table 2.05. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1993,
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 69
HOUSING UNITS:
Table 2.02. NUMBER, VACANT AND OCCUPIED UNITS, AND VACANCY RATES IN THE
STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1990 67
MOBILE HOME AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLE TAGS:
Table 2.36. NUMBER SOLD IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR
1992-93 95
MOBILE HOMES:
Table 2.35. NUMBER, OCCUPIED, RENTER-OCCUPIED, AND AS A PERCENTAGE OF
TOTAL HOUSING UNITS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA,
APRIL 1, 1990 93
OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS:
Table 2.06. NUMBER AND OWNER- AND RENTER-OCCUPIED UNITS AS A PERCENTAGE
OF TOTAL UNITS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA. APRIL 1, 1980 AND
1990 71
Table 2.07. NUMBER OF UNTIS BY TENURE AND BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF
HOUSEHOLDER IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990 73
Table 2.08. NUMBER OF UNITS BY TENURE AND BY THE NUMBER OF UNITS IN THE
STRUCTURE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990 76
PUBLIC LODGING:
Table 2.30. LICENSED LODGINGS, APARTMENTS, ROOMING HOUSES, RENTAL
CONDOMINIUMS, AND TRANSIENT APARTMENTS IN THE STATE AND
COUNTIES OF FLORIDA. FISCAL YEAR 1993-94 90
RENT:
Table 2.10. SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS BY AMOUNT OF CONTRACT
RENT IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990 81
STATES:
Table 2.01. ESTIMATES OF HOUSING UNITS AND HOUSEHOLDS IN FLORIDA, OTHER
STATES, AND THE UNITED STATES, JULY 1, 1993 66
VALUE OF HOUSING UNITS:
Table 2.09. NUMBER OF SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS BY VALUE
OF UNIT IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990 79







2.00


Table 2.01. STATES: ESTIMATES OF HOUSING UNITS AND HOUSEHOLDS IN FLORIDA, OTHER
STATES, AND THE UNITED STATES, JULY 1, 1993

(in thousands)


Total Households
housing Persons
units Total in-- State


Total Households
housing Persons
units Total in--


Florida

Alabama
Alaska

Arizona
Arkansas

California
Colorado

Connecticut
Delaware

District of
Columbia

Georgia
Hawaii

Idaho
Illinois

Indiana
Iowa

Kansas
Kentucky

Louisiana
Maine

Maryland
Massachusetts

Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi


Note: Detail may not add to totals because of rounding. See Glossary for defi-
nition of household.

Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Census and You, June
1994.

Florida Statilsicml Abstract 1994


Housing


State


6,474 5,381 13,377 Missouri 2,258 1,996 5,088
Montana 366 320 815
1,715 1,565 4,093 Nebraska 679 610 1,560
243 206 580 Nevada 595 537 1,364

1,743 1,467 3,856 New Hampshire 516 420 1,093
1,018 916 2,366 New Jersey 3,123 2,849 7,712

11,605 10,779 30,445 New Mexico 653 577 1,588
1,522 1,385 3,486 New York 7,263 6,691 17,653

1,345 1,231 3,180 North Carolina 2,977 2,637 6,728
306 261 680 North Dakota 282 240 611

Ohio 4,478 4,185 10,825
276 240 537 Oklahoma 1,415 1,227 3,136

2,784 2,535 6,737 Oregon 1,262 1,170 2,967
416 379 1,132 Pennsylvania 5,020 4,556 11,701

436 392 1,077 Rhode Island 422 376 963
4,595 4,290 11,412 South Carolina 1,501 1,321 3,529

2,329 2,139 5,551 South Dakota 303 263 690
1,168 1,074 2,715 Tennessee 2,097 1,938 4,970

1,070 961 2,449 Texas 7,213 6,420 17,638
1,548 1,420 3,692 Utah 625 582 1,830

1,723 1,529 4,182 Vermont 276 217 554
603 472 1,203 Virginia 2,622 2,418 6,284

1,982 1,822 4,852 Washington 2,172 2,009 5,134
2,513 2,258 5,799 West Virginia 787 699 1,783

3,965 3,497 9,267 Wisconsin 2,141 1,875 4,905
1,919 1,697 4,401 Wyoming 205 173 460
1,025 934 2.570 United States 105,575 95,133 251,222







2.00


Table 2.02. HOUSING UNITS: NUMBER, VACANT AND OCCUPIED UNITS, AND VACANCY RATES
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1990


County

Florida

Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun

Charlotte
Citrus
Clay

Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto

Dixie
Duval
Escambia

Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist

Glades
Gulf
Hamilton

Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands

Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson

Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee


Vacant units
Seasonal
or recre-


Total
units Total

6,100,262 965,393

79,022 7,764
5,975 421
65,999 17,061

8,099 906
185,150 23,785
628,660 100,218
4,468 675

64,641 16,208
49,854 9,281
40,249 3,586

94,165 32,462
17,818 2,207
771,288 78,933
10,310 2,088

6,445 2,529
284,673 27,428
112,230 13,622

15,215 3,335
5,891 2,263
14,859 1,454
4,071 787

4,624 1,739
6,339 2,015
4,119 631

7,941 1,550
9,945 1,543
50,018 7,718
40,114 10,570

367,740 42,868
6,785 985
47,128 9,071
16,320 1,855

4,395 413
2,266 545
75,707 12,091
189,051 48,927


national
use 1/

417,670

468
66
6,528

143
8,737
52,387
177

10,863
5,302
964

22,588
361
19,062
931

1,629
738
2,159

1,607
1,308
196
299

1,327
1,190
90

664
366
3,925
6,215

6,188
160
4,749
371

52
169
6,055
31,408


See footnotes at end of table.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994


Housing


Vacancy rate 2/ Occunied units 3/
Owner Renter Owner Renter

3.4 12.4 3,452,160 1,682,709

3.1 10.3 38,525 32,733
1.3 8.5 4,405 1,149
3.4 30.4 32,075 16,863

2.3 12.3 5,542 1,651
3.3 12.2 111,742 49,623
3.0 11.4 359,570 168,872
1.9 12.0 3,011 782

3.0 14.5 38,559 9,874
3.8 12.5 33,761 6,812
2.6 8.7 26,895 9,768

6.6 16.5 43,319 18,384
1.9 13.6 11,509 4,102
2.8 9.1 375,912 316,443
3.8 13.3 6,084 2,138

4.4 24.3 3,235 681
2.8 12.6 159,444 97,801
3.3 13.3 63,835 34,773

4.9 10.0 9,090 2,790
5 2 40.1 2,921 707
1.6 9.3 10,131 3,274
2.3 13.9 2,806 478

4.6 14.0 2,256 629
4.6 31.6 3,396 928
1.3 14.7 2,657 831

1.6 15.5 4,844 1,547
3.0 15.0 5,947 2,455
3.3 13.2 35,760 6,540
4.9 20.0 23,055 6,489

3.6 13.5 204,966 119,906
2.4 12.6 4,687 1,113
4.2 11.9 28,561 9,496
1.4 8.7 11,142 3,323

1.3 11.5 3,055 927
1.8 9.3 1,389 332
3.2 12.2 49,839 13,777
4.8 15.8 101,093 39,031


Continued .








2.00 Housing


Table 2.02. HOUSING UNITS: NUMBER, VACANT AND OCCUPIED UNITS, AND VACANCY RATES
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1990 (Continued)


Vacant units
Seasonal
or recre-
Total national Vacancy rate 2/ Occunied units 3/
County units Total use 1/ Owner Renter Owner Renter

Leon 81,325 6,497 376 1.8 9.9 42,561 32,267
Levy 12,307 2,228 1,135 3.0 10.4 8,248 1,831
Liberty 2,157 451 268 1.2 11.1 1,378 328
Madison 6,275 753 171 1.4 8.7 4,196 1,326

Manatee 115,245 24,185 14,669 3.7 11.8 64,574 26,486
Marion 94,567 16,390 6,952 3.8 12.6 59,112 19,065
Martin 54,199 11,177 6,900 4.2 11.4 33,079 9,943
Monroe 46,215 12,632 7,928 4.3 13.6 20,854 12,729

Nassau 18,726 2,534 844 1.8 20.8 12,715 3,477
Okaloosa 62,569 9,256 3,345 2.9 13.3 33,154 20,159
Okeechobee 13,266 3,052 1,475 4.0 15.3 7,397 2,817
Orange 282,686 27,834 4,575 3.0 10.7 151,062 103,790

Osceola 47,959 8,809 3,982 3.4 14.3 25,730 13,420
Palm Beach 461,665 96,107 51,593 3.8 12.8 262,894 102,664
Pasco 148,965 27,291 14,058 4.1 14.6 98,384 23,290
Pinellas 458,341 77,706 33,932 3.9 13.8 263,388 117,247

Polk 186,225 30,256 13,130 3.3 12.6 109,885 46,084
Putnam 31,840 6,770 3,483 3.1 12.7 19,800 5,270
St. Johns 40,712 7,286 2,858 3.6 19.2 23,517 9,909
St. Lucie 73,843 15,669 6,607 4.9 17.7 41,807 16,367

Santa Rosa 32,831 2,931 349 2.8 9.8 22,521 7,379
Sarasota 157,055 31,562 19,683 3.1 14.0 95,598 29,895
Seminole 117,845 10,188 1,400 3.1 10.7 72,003 35,654
Sumter 15,298 3,179 1,506 4.2 13.1 9,707 2,412

Suwannee 11,699 1,665 369 2.1 12.0 7,950 2,084
Taylor 7,908 1,507 570 2.3 16.1 5,027 1,374
Union 2,975 317 29 1.8 11.2 1,857 801
Volusia 180,972 27,556 11,269 4.0 13.5 110,359 43,057

Wakulla 6,587 1,377 737 2.8 16.5 4,347 863
Walton 18,728 7,434 3,618 6.0 43.4 8,850 2,444
Washington 7,703 1,260 417 1.8 11.7 5,188 1,255


I/ Vacant units intended for use only in certain seasons, for recreational or
other occasional use throughout the year.
2.1 Percentage relationship of vacant units for sale to total homeowner inventory
or for rent to total rental inventory.
.1/ Usual place of residence of the person or group of persons living in the unit
at the time of the census enumeration.

Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of Popu-
lation and Housing: Summary Population and Housing Characteristics, Florida. 1990
CPH-1-11.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994








2.00


Table 2.05. HOUSEHOLDS AND AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980
AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1993, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA


County

Florida

Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford

Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte

Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia

Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval

Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden

Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton

Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands

Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson

Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee


1980 1990

3,744,254 5,134,869

54,607 71,258
4,243 5,554
34,754 48,938
6,297 7,193

101,783 161,365
417,517 528,442
3,221 3,793
25,922 48,433

22,985 40,573
21,646 36,663
33,966 61,703
12,183 15,611

609,830 692,355
6,256 8,222
2,663 3,916
208,351 257,245

81,067 98,608
4,359 11,880
2,765 3,628
12,092 13,405

2,006 3,284
2,224 2,885
3,683 4,324
2,904 3,488

6,253 6,391
5,959 8,402
17,735 42,300
18,960 29,544

237,943 324,872
5,244 5,800
23,331 38,057
13,332 14,465

3,486 3,982
1,413 1,721
41,650 63,616
82,509 140,124


1993

5,428,896

75,190
5,921
51,905
7,510

173,102
556,924
4,040
53,451

43,910
39,952
71,407
16,988

701,674
8,900
4,218
269,664

102,346
13,940
3,875
14,203

3,636
3,163
4,557
3,735

6,944
9,065
46,875
31,909

339,603
6,083
40,551
15,392

4,410
1,820
70,409
150,085


Average household size
Per-
centage
change
1980 1990 1993 1990-93

2.55 2.46 2.45 -0.4


Per-
centage
change
1990-93

5.7

5.5
6.6
6.1
4.4

7.3
5.4
6.5
10.4

8.2
9.0
15.7
8.8

1.3
8.2
7.7
4.8

3.8
17.3
6.8
6.0

10.7
9.6
5.4
7.1

8.7
7.9
10.8
8.0

4.5
4.9
6.6
6.4

10.7
5.8
10.7
7.1


Continued .


See footnote at end of table.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994


Housing


2.60 2.40
3.22 3.00
2.76 2.54
2.87 2.68

2.64 2.43
2.42 2.35
2.84 2.64
2.25 2.23

2.36 2.27
3.06 2.86
2.49 2.41
2.87 2.67

2.63 2.75
2.76 2.62
2.76 2.56
2.69 2.54

2.79 2.57
2.49 2.40
2.73 2.42
3.24 2.90

2.82 2.65
2.69 2.57
2.89 2.56
2.99 2.81

3.05 2.95
3.06 2.99
2.48 2.37
2.43 2.28

2.66 2.51
2.79 2.56
2.49 2.33
2.76 2.56

3.04 2.79
2.86 2.74
2.47 2.35
2.46 2.35


nousenolas







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Table 2.05. HOUSEHOLDS AND AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980
AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1993, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
(Continued)


Households Averaae household size
Per- Per-
centage centage
change change
County 1980 1990 1993 1990-93 1980 1990 1993 1990-93

Leon 54,103 74,828 80,719 7.9 2.57 2.43 2.41 -0.8
Levy 7,267 10,079 11,061 9.7 2.70 2.52 2.50 -0.8
Liberty 1,485 1,706 1,810 6.1 2.82 2.69 2.67 -0.7
Madison 4,977 5,522 5,860 6.1 2.98 2.75 2.73 -0.7

Manatee 61,998 91,060 96,779 6.3 2.36 2.29 2.27 -0.9
Marion 45,458 78,177 85,620 9.5 2.64 2.44 2.43 -0.4
Martin 25,863 43,022 45,602 6.0 2.40 2.28 2.28 0.0
Monroe 26,340 33,583 35,451 5.6 2.34 2.24 2.22 -0.9

Nassau 10,976 16,192 17,250 6.5 2.98 2.68 2.66 -0.7
Okaloosa 37,538 53,313 57,515 7.9 2.84 2.60 2.58 -0.8
Okeechobee 6,981 10,214 11,040 8.1 2.85 2.75 2.73 -0.7
Orange 170,754 254,852 274,753 7.8 2.67 2.56 2.55 -0.4

Osceola 18,615 39,150 45,814 17.0 2.60 2.68 2.67 -0.4
Palm Beach 234,339 365,558 390,767 6.9 2.42 2.32 2.31 -0.4
Pasco 81,346 121,674 127,821 5.1 2.34 2.26 2.25 -0.4
Pinellas 319,527 380,635 388,391 2.0 2.25 2.18 2.17 -0.5

Polk 114,394 155,969 166,850 7.0 2.70 2.53 2.52 -0.4
Putnam 18,397 25,070 26,191 4.5 2.72 2.55 2.53 -0.8
St. Johns 18,623 33,426 36,411 8.9 2.65 2.44 2.43 -0.4
St. Lucie 32,506 58,174 63,410 9.0 2.65 2.54 2.53 -0.4
Santa Rosa 18,595 29,900 33,336 11.5 2.94 2.68 2.66 -0.7

Sarasota 88,739 125,493 131,609 4.9 2.25 2.18 2.17 -0.5
Seminole 63,247 107,657 117,064 8.7 2.82 2.64 2.63 -0.4
Sumter 8,582 12,119 13,112 8.2 2.68 2.46 2.44 -0.8
Suwannee 7,739 10,034 10,768 7.3 2.84 2.61 2.60 -0.4
Taylor 5,826 6,401 6,539 2.2 2.83 2.67 2.65 -0.7

Union 2,119 2,658 2,921 9.9 2.95 2.91 2.88 -1.0
Volusia 105,773 153,416 162,489 5.9 2.39 2.33 2.31 -0.9
Wakulla 3,730 5,210 5,686 9.1 2.89 2.70 2.68 -0.7
Walton 8,043 11,294 12,203 8.0 2.64 2.44 2.42 -0.8
Washington 5,235 6,443 6,697 3.9 2.75 2.55 2.53 -0.8


Note: The occurrence of Hurricane Andrew in August 1992 created significant
problems in south Florida for the usual estimation methodology. The hurricane de-
stroyed thousands of housing units and forced many residents to move to other loca-
tions. In order to obtain information on these population movements, a series of
sample surveys in Dade and Broward counties were conducted. The household estimates
on this table incorporate the results of those surveys.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Popula-
tion Program, Florida Population Studies, January 1994. Volume 27, No. 1. Bulletin
No. 107.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994








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Table 2.06. OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS: NUMBER AND OWNER- AND RENTER-OCCUPIED UNITS
AS A PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL UNITS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1
1980 AND 1990


Occupied housing units--
Percent-


County 1980 1990

Florida 3,744,254 5,134,869

Alachua 54,607 71,258
Baker 4,243 5,554
Bay 34,754 48,938
Bradford 6,297 7,193

Brevard 101,783 161,365
Broward 417,517 528,442
Calhoun 3,221 3,793
Charlotte 25,922 48,433

Citrus 22,985 40,573
Clay 21,646 36,663
Collier 33,966 61,703
Columbia 12,183 15,611

Dade 609,830 692,355
De Soto 6,256 8,222
Dixie 2,663 3,916
Duval 208,351 257,245

Escambia 81,067 98,608
Flagler 4,359 11,880
Franklin 2,765 3,628
Gadsden 12,092 13,405

Gilchrist 2,006 3,284
Glades 2,224 2,885
Gulf 3,683 4,324
Hamilton 2,904 3,488

Hardee 6,253 6,391
Hendry 5,959 8,402
Hernando 17,735 42,300
Highlands 18,960 29,544

Hillsborough 237,943 324,872
Holmes 5,244 5,800
Indian River 23,331 38,057
Jackson 13,332 14,465

Jefferson 3,486 3,982
Lafayette 1,413 1,721
Lake 41,650 63,616




See footnote at end of table.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994


Owner-occupied
housing units


Renter-occupied
housing units


age as a percentage of as a percentage of
change occupied units occupied units


1980-90

37.1

30.5
30.9
40.8
14.2

58.5
26.6
17.8
86.8

76.5
69.4
81.7
28.1

13.5
31.4
47.1
23.5

21.6
172.5
31.2
10.9

63.7
29.7
17.4
20.1

2.2
41.0
138.5
55.8

36.5
10.6
63.1
8.5

14.2
21.8
52.7


1980 1990 1980 1990

68.3 67.2 31.7 32.8

55.1 54.1 44.9 45.9
78.0 79.3 22.0 20.7
68.0 65.5 32.0 34.5
77.3 77.0 22.7 23.0

71.5 69.2 28.5 30.8
71.8 68.0 28.2 32.0
79.6 79.4 20.4 20.6
83.4 79.6 16.6 20.4

86.0 83.2 14.0 16.8
76.3 73.4 23.7 26.6
71.2 70.2 28.8 29.8
73.6 73.7 26.4 26.3

54.5 54.3 45.5 45.7
75.0 74.0 25.0 26.0
79.2 82.6 20.8 17.4
62.5 62.0 37.5 38.0

68.8 64.7 31.2 35.3
75.0 76.5 25.0 23.5
77.8 80.5 22.2 19.5
74.5 75.6 25.5 24.4

85.0 85.4 15.0 14.6
73.9 78.2 26.1 21.8
78.6 78.5 21.4 21.5
76.7 76.2 23.3 23.8

75.4 75.8 24.6 24.2
67.9 70.8 32.1 29.2
84.7 84.5 15.3 15.5
75.5 78.0 24.5 22.0

66.9 63.1 33.1 36.9
82.1 80.8 17.9 19.2
75.4 75.0 24.6 25.0
75.8 77.0 24.2 23.0

75.6 76.7 24.4 23.3
78.3 80.7 21.7 19.3
78.1 78.3 21.9 21.7


Continued .


Housing







Housing


Table 2.06. OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS: NUMBER AND OWNER- AND RENTER-OCCUPIED UNITS
AS A PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL UNITS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1
1980 AND 1990 (Continued)


Occupied housing units-- Owner-occupied Renter-occupied
Percent- housing units housing units
age as a percentage of as a percentage of
change occupied units occupied units


County


1980 1990 1980-90 1980 1990


1980 1990


Lee 82,509 140,124
Leon 54,103 74,828
Levy 7,267 10,079

Liberty 1,485 1,706
Madison 4,977 5,522
Manatee 61,998 91,060

Marion 45,458 78,177
Martin 25,863 43,022
Monroe 26,340 33,583

Nassau 10,976 16,192
Okaloosa 37,538 53,313
Okeechobee 6,981 10,214
Orange 170,754 254,852

Osceola 18,615 39,150
Palm Beach 234,339 365,558
Pasco 81,346 121,674

Pinellas 319,527 380,635
Polk 114,394 155,969
Putnam 18,397 25,070
St. Johns 18,623 33,426

St. Lucie 32,506 58,174
Santa Rosa 18,595 29,900
Sarasota 88,739 125,493
Seminole 63,247 107,657

Sumter 8,582 12,119
Suwannee 7,739 10,034
Taylor 5,826 6,401
Union 2,119 2,658

Volusia 105,773 153,416
Wakulla 3,730 5,210
Walton 8,043 11,294
Washington 5,235 6,443


69.8 74.2
38.3 56.0
38.7 80.5

14.9 79.1
11.0 74.5
46.9 74.3

72.0 76.2
66.3 77.8
27.5 61.6

47.5 78.3
42.0 62.6
46.3 70.4
49.3 62.4

110.3 69.6
56.0 73.3
49.6 85.2

19.1 71.9
36.3 70.4
36.3 78.7
79.5 74.7

79.0 67.6
60.8 76.5
41.4 77.4
70.2 72.8

41.2 80.2
29.7 77.5
9.9 75.8
25.4 66.0

45.0 72.0
39.7 82.4
40.4 82.0
23.1 82.5


72.1 25.8 27.9
56.9 44.0 43.1
81.8 19.5 18.2

80.8 20.9 19.2
76.0 25.5 24.0
70.9 25.7 29.1

75.6 23.8 24.4
76.9 22.2 23.1
62.1 38.4 37.9

78.5 21.7 21.5
62.2 37.4 37.8
72.4 29.6 27.6
59.3 37.6 40.7

65.7 30.4 34.3
71.9 26.7 28.1
80.9 14.8 19.1

69.2 28.1 30.8
70.5 29.6 29.5
79.0 21.3 21.0
70.4 25.3 29.6

71.9 32.4 28.1
75.3 23.5 24.7
76.2 22.6 23.8
66.9 27.2 33.1

80.1 19.8 19.9
79.2 22.5 20.8
78.5 24.2 21.5
69.9 34.0 30.1

71.9 28.0 28.1
83.4 17.6 16.6
78.4 18.0 21.6
80.5 17.5 19.5


Note: Because a household is defined as a person or persons occupying a housing
unit, counts of households and occupied housing units are always identical.

Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of Popu-
lation and Housing: Summary Population and Housing Characteristics, Florida. 1990
CPH-1-11.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994


2.00








Table 2.07. OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS: NUMBER OF UNITS BY TENURE AND BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF HOUSEHOLDER IN THE
STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990


02


County

Florida

Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford

Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte

Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia

Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval

Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden

Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf


Total occupied units--households Owner-occupied units Renter-occupied units
Race Hispanic Race Hispanic Race Hispanic
Other ori- Other ori- Other ori-
White Black races gin I/ White Black races gin I/ White Black races gin 1/

4,457,493 553,561 123,815 510,849 3,132,210 259,782 60,168 257,602 1,325,283 293,779 63,647 253,247

57,443 11,511 2,304 2,428 32,616 5,325 584 820 24,827 6,186 1,720 1,608
4,981 543 30 31 4,010 376 19 21 971 167 11 10
43,387 4,622 929 675 29,508 2,072 495 345 13,879 2,550 434 330
6,218 930 45 69 4,901 614 27 45 1,317 316 18 24

148,543 10,152 2,670 3,963 105,485 4,928 1,329 2,229 43,058 5,224 1,341 1,734
458,936 58,627 10,879 35,368 327,456 26,346 5,768 19,173 131,480 32,281 5,111 16,195
3,319 419 55 20 2,712 262 37 12 607 157 18 8
46,893 1,170 370 829 37,460 839 260 558 9,433 331 110 271

39,566 738 269 634 33,072 518 171 497 6,494 220 98 137
34,155 1,776 732 773 25,482 926 487 484 8,673 850 245 289
58,140 2,042 1,521 5,050 42,117 538 664 2,124 16,023 1,504 857 2,926
12,982 2,485 144 192 9,964 1,459 86 123 3,018 1,026 58 69

533,832 120,321 38,202 319,803 307,067 52,590 16,255 154,017 226,765 67,731 21,947 165,786
7,008 990 224 435 5,440 538 106 174 1,568 452 118 261
3,651 248 17 20 3,091 129 15 15 560 119 2 5
195,492 56,264 5,489 5,741 128,796 27,582 3,066 2,822 66,696 28,682 2,423 2,919

78,795 17,319 2,494 1,614 53,718 8,697 1,420 843 25,077 8,622 1,074 771
10,910 809 161 406 8,443 526 121 315 2,467 283 40 91
3,224 376 28 18 2,674 226 21 13 550 150 7 5
6,415 6,814 176 217 5,312 4,756 63 88 1,103 2,058 113 129

3,180 91 13 32 2,738 59 9 27 442 32 4 5
2,431 256 198 163 1,987 118 151 102 444 138 47 61
3,651 645 28 27 2,965 413 18 22 686 232 10 5


See footnotes at end of table.


Continued .









Table 2.07. OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS: NUMBER OF UNITS BY TENURE AND BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF HOUSEHOLDER IN THE
STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990 (Continued)


Total occupied units--households Owner-occupied units Renter-occupied units
Race Hispanic Race Hispanic Race Hispanic
Other ori- Other ori- Other ori-
County White Black races gin I/ White Black races gin I/ White Black races gin 1/

Hamilton 2,286 1,167 35 35 1,918 719 20 19 368 448 15 16
Hardee 5,669 283 439 985 4,389 191 264 594 1,280 92 175 391
Hendry 6,457 1,209 736 1,415 4,852 640 455 804 1,605 569 281 611
Hernando 40,748 1,212 340 965 34,764 762 234 755 5,984 450 106 210

Highlands 26,902 2,137 505 1,057 21,722 1,063 270 596 5,180 1,074 235 461
Hillsborough 277,528 37,458 9,886 35,640 183,786 16,268 4,912 21,094 93,742 21,190 4,974 14,546
Holmes 5,580 137 83 37 4,545 88 54 20 1,035 49 29 17
Indian River 35,315 2,446 296 779 27,124 1,266 171 416 8,191 1,180 125 363

Jackson 11,108 3,253 104 90 8,726 2,363 53 48 2,382 890 51 42
Jefferson 2,471 1,495 16 52 2,019 1,028 8 37 452 467 8 15
S Lafayette 1,600 106 15 15 1,312 71 6 5 288 35 9 10
Lake 58,359 4,668 589 1,235 47,332 2,207 300 587 11,027 2,461 289 648

Lee 131,713 6,578 1,833 4,215 97,512 2,744 837 2,059 34,201 3,834 996 2,156
Leon 57,319 16,082 1,427 1,502 35,132 6,938 491 549 22,187 9,144 936 953
Levy 8,953 1,025 101 156 7,494 678 76 124 1,459 347 25 32
Liberty 1,521 172 13 10 1,226 140 12 6 295 32 1 4

Madison 3,520 1,983 19 35 2,892 1,291 13 22 628 692 6 13
Manatee 84,730 5,111 1,219 2,340 61,885 2,256 433 811 22,845 2,855 786 1,529
Marion 69,421 7,866 890 1,845 53,784 4,792 536 1,205 15,637 3,074 354 640
Martin 40,674 1,659 689 1,165 32,048 743 288 509 8,626 916 401 656

Monroe 31,543 1,425 615 3,409 20,134 489 231 1,829 11,409 936 384 1,580
Nassau 14,604 1,479 109 147 11,628 1,020 67 95 2,976 459 42 52
Okaloosa 47,982 4,099 1,232 1,220 31,076 1,496 582 580 16,906 2,603 650 640
Okeechobee 9,042 520 652 817 6,920 265 212 276 2,122 255 440 541


See footnotes at end of table.


Continued .








2.07. OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS: NUMBER OF UNITS BY TENURE AND BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF HOUSEHOLDER IN THE


STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990 (Continued)


Total occupied units--households own


r-occunied u its


County

T Orange
SOsceola
SPalm Be
Pasco


Race Hispanic
Other ori-
White Black races gin 1/


each


Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns


St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
ca Sarasota
Seminole

Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union

Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washington


212,698
35,839
326,090
118,578

353,394
136,625
21,058
30,764

49,962
28,302
120,580
97,129

10,653
8,647
5,311
2,274

140,894
4,576
10,404
5,518


31,984
1,752
32,706
1,747

22,618
16,968
3,706
2,379

7,346
1,038
4,048
7,725

1,374
1,298
1,017
359

10,725
589
685
779


10,170
1,559
6,762
1,349

4,623
2,376
306
283


866
560
865
2,803

92
89
73
25

1,797
45
205
146


19,929
3,691
19,687
2,783


Race Hispanic
Other ori-
White Black races gin I/


132,212
23,987
246,244
96,647


7,218 250,316
4,535 100,523
500 17,393
670 21,819

1,694 38,440
369 21,558
1,931 93,344
5,715 66,043

172 8,728
115 7,058
54 4,397
35 1,636

3,895 103,994
36 3,875
85 8,242
61 4,520


13,825
929
13,296
968

10,607
8,151
2,234
1,524


5,025
814
3,354
769

2,465
1,211
173
174


2,962 405
551 412
1,771 483
4,303 1,657


5,336 1,029
436 36
449 159
551 117


9,688
2,008
10,390
1,841

4,164
2,329
316
437

913
237
1,137
3,389

97
86
37
12

2,486
30
59
37


Race Hispanic
Other ori-


White Black races


80,486
11,852
79,846
21,931

103,078
36,102
3,665
8,945

11,522
6,744
27,236
31,086

1,925
1,589
914
638

36,900
701
2,162
998


18,159
823
19,410
779

12,011
8,817
1,472
855

4,384
487
2,277
3,422

459
456
450
149

5,389
153
236
228


5,145
745
3,408
580

2,158
1,165
133
109

461
148
382
1,146


gin 1/

10,241
1,683
9,297
942

3,054
2,206
184
233

781
132
794
2,326


1,409
6
26
24


1/ Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race.
Note: Because a household is defined as a person or persons occupying
occupied housing units are always identical.

Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census
tics, Florida. 1990 CH-1-11.


a housing unit, counts of households and


of Housing: General Housing Characteris-


e


TaD



I


_. L










Table 2.(
STATIC









cr County

Z Florida

' Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford


Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte

Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia

Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia

Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades


)8. OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS: NUMBER OF UNITS BY TENURE AND BY THE NUMBER OF UNITS IN THE STRUCTURE IN THE


E AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990


Owner-occupied units


Two
One unit in units
structure in
At- struc-
Total 1/ Detached tached ture


Three
or more
units in
struc-
ture


Mobile
home


3,452,160 2,368,437 179,607 28,408 375,201 475,618 1,682,709


38,525
4,405
32,075
5,542

111,742
359,570
3,011
38,559

33,761
26,895
43,319
11,509

375,912
6,084
3,235
159,444
63,835

9,090
2,921
10,131
2,806
2,256


29,249
2,486
24,173
3,756

84,714
199,159
2,148
30,397

22,938
20,970
25,582
7,305

253,737
3,655
1,602
133,185
54,740

7,233
1,930
7,099
1,382
974


1,584 150
24 4
908 188
27 12


4,120
27,018
22
378

704
447
1,602
60

38,223
95
20
7,189
1,416

243
70
58
11
12


6,474 32,733
1,864 1,149
5,799 16,863
1,680 1,651


466 6,902
4,066 108,509
4 5
165 1,838


90
51
550
31

4,178
39
5
1,093
281

51
11
23
2
8


305
203
10,018
47

63,476
65
6
3,027
1,317

303
104
30
1
11


14,948
17,704
817
5,621


49,623
168,872
782
9,874


9,633 6,812
5,132 9,768
5,340 18,384
4,005 4,102


12,204
2,189
1,579
13,885
5,674

1,204
785
2,793
1,391
1,236


316,443
2,138
681
97,801
34,773

2,790
707
3,274
478
629


Two
One unit in units
structure in
At- struc-
Total i/ Detached tached ture


389,445 104,833 139,646


6,214
410
5,349
724

14,249
21,724
411
4,999

2,681
3,081
4,443
1,447

43,188
903
286
22,043
12,697

1,484
387
1,533
192
250


913 2,176
14 84
1,420 1,557
14 53

4,040 2,764
9,371 13,928
8 64
269 832


258
249
798
47

30,452
44
23
4,767
1,707

258
34
51
1
8


522
222
2,315
403

16,720
316
30
6,255
3,157

288
65
257
14
99


Three
or more
units in
struc- Mobile
ture home

926,631 99,837


21,126
141
6,103
374

25,870
119,736
73
3,144


1,998
494
2,304
452

2,182
2,288
217
533


1,186 2,119
4,788 1,370
9,188 1,479
935 1,228


217,496
285
40
57,716
13,546

495
69
623
56
27


3,155
578
287
5,844
3,308

229
143
760
212
243


See footnote at end of table.


"""~' "~"""" """~


Continued .







Table 2.08. OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS: NUMBER OF UNITS BY TENURE AND BY THE NUMBER OF UNITS IN THE STRUCTURE IN THE
STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990 (Continued)


Owner-occupied units Renter-occupied units
Two Three Two Three
One unit in units or more One unit in units or more
structure in units in structure in units in
At- struc- struc- Mobile At- struc- struc- Mobile
; County Total 1/ Detached tached ture ture home Total 1/ Detached tached ture ture home

Gulf 3,396 2,504 47 14 21 780 928 479 33 64 163 177
Hamilton 2,657 1,554 17 4 8 1,049 831 379 19 101 97 219
Hardee 4,844 3,423 35 31 9 1,317 1,547 829 34 128 170 373

Hendry 5,947 3,313 33 35 18 2,529 2,455 991 118 270 219 841
Hernando 35,760 26,695 611 74 176 8,072 6,540 3,203 215 544 1,197 1,266
Highlands 23,055 15,286 869 251 574 5,969 6,489 2,615 413 911 1,764 709
Hillsborough 204,966 162,470 9,122 1,477 5,384 25,319 119,906 24,778 4,003 9,320 71,237 9,180

Holmes 4,687 3,459 27 5 8 1,160 1,113 612 16 78 57 333
j Indian River 28,561 19,394 597 126 3,926 4,342 9,496 4,110 281 901 3,476 618
Jackson 11,142 8,069 99 29 28 2,825 3,323 1,713 75 259 518 714
Jefferson 3,055 2,013 16 7 7 977 927 489 4 24 166 220

Lafayette 1,389 812 9 3 1 552 332 153 3 8 33 131
Lake 49,839 29,176 787 230 630 18,778 13,777 4,845 546 1,692 4,468 2,050
Lee 101,093 67,203 3,565 1,371 9,616 18,648 39,031 9,839 1,991 6,516 17,992 2,288
Leon 42,561 32,608 2,222 349 584 6,619 32,267 6,165 1,929 2,856 18,595 2,367

Levy 8,248 4,343 40 6 7 3,807 1,831 732 93 99 197 691
Liberty 1,378 884 7 0 0 479 328 180 2 12 1 130
Madison 4,196 2,740 21 7 21 1,381 1,326 699 22 46 250 286
Manatee 64,574 37,325 3,593 1,135 6,255 15,806 26,486 5,590 2,215 5,657 11,428 1,104

Marion 59,112 37,823 1,814 196 847 18,159 19,065 6,931 432 1,279 6,259 3,971
Martin 33,079 19,464 1,811 380 6,116 5,105 9,943 2,723 974 1,381 3,870 896
Monroe 20,854 12,291 654 610 1,284 4,993 12,729 3,086 1,082 2,063 4,293 1,798
Nassau 12,715 7,658 178 87 210 4,508 3,477 987 126 394 1,042 892


See footnote at end of table.


Continued . .






























Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk

Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa

Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor

Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washington


.08. OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS: NUMBER OF UNITS BY TENURE AND BY THE NUMBER OF UNITS IN THE STRUCTURE IN THE
:TE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990 (Continued)


Owner-occupied units


Table 2
STA









c County

Z Okaloos
Okeecho
Orange
Osceola


1,167
53
6,512
548


28,196
2,776
11,091
1,698


33,154
7,397
151,062
25,730

262,894
98,384
263,388
109,885

19,800
23,517
41,807
22,521

95,598
72,003
9,707
7,950
5,027

1,857
110,359
4,347
8,850
5,188


Three
or more
units in
struc-
ture

1,006
75
5,358
271


3,638 71,944
562 3,119
2,047 36,623
616 1,622


27,725
3,757
123,527
18,086

143,173
67,098
178,586
74,965

11,180
16,911
30,559
17,762

64,913
60, 573
4,939
4,279
3,365

1,018
84,579
2,406
6,335
3,780


54
1,152
3,108
155

9,193
2,759
49
18
9

4
4,883
9
149
10


Two
One unit in units
structure in
At- struc-
Total 1/ Detached tached ture


aenre

One un
struck

Total 1/ Detached


Mobile
home

3,031
3,409
14,192
6,574

13,695
24, 328
33,010
30,444

8,323
4,267
6,823
4,230

13,561
3,731
4,594
3,533
1,583

823
14,982
1,884
2,164
1,306


6,304
1, 111
24,100
4,016

18,342
8,293
26,148
14, 929


r-occupied units
Two
it in units
ture in
At- struc-
tached ture

3,080 1,492
61 167
6,871 6,579
740 767

9,052 11,415
688 1,950
4,488 10,065
1,420 6,724


1,934 98
3,069 494
8,239 688
3,107 397


20,159
2,817
103,790
13,420

102,664
23,290
117,247
46,084

5,270
9,909
16,367
7,379

29,895
35,654
2,412
2,084
1,374

801
43,057
863
2,444
1,255


1,837
2,602
59
44
29

17
2,638
9
100
49


440
790
2,751
627

3,003
1,674
186
187
48

97
3,694
29
163
74


Three
or more
units in
struc- Mobile
ture home


6,975
250
61,373
6,497

60,312
7,546
71,475
15,581


2,160
1,199
3,528
1,228

2,222
4,567
3,054
6,800


1,165 1,576
3,902 1,498
3,906 652
1,790 1,409


12,829
20,803
284
368
207

127
20,244
13
386
89


951
766
897
640
350

199
2,042
453
623
346


1/ Includes units not elsewhere classified.
Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau
tics, Florida. 1990 CH-1-11.


of the Census, 1990 Census of Housing: General Housing Characteris-


10,819
9,454
961
819
719

354
13,739
341
1,148
676


sa
bee

a


90
857
729
221

6,131
4,354
27
38
26

6
4,520
21
107
34


33
160
368
48

1,166
219
11
26
6

1
671
5
29
11








Housing


Table 2.09. VALUE OF HOUSING UNITS: NUMBER OF SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING
UNITS BY VALUE OF UNIT IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990


County

Florida

Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun

Charlotte
Citrus
Clay

Collier
Columbia
Dade

De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia

Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden

Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf

Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando

Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes

Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson

Lafayette
Lake
Lee


Value
$75,000 $100,000 $150,000
to to or
$99,999 $149,999 more

526,212 381,899 324,132

5,209 3,619 1,970
336 157 32
3,876 2,506 1,538

425 206 118
18,710 13,624 9,877
55,228 47,284 42,309
120 63 17

6,282 4,852 3,886
4,293 2,814 1,375
5,904 3,963 1,813

4,931 5,406 9,796
701 365 132
74,912 52,723 44,510


Total
units

2,378,207

27,686
2,072
23,418

3,034
84,180
215,518
1,612

28,922
21,904
20,025

25,501
5,988
275,298

3,228
1, 319
133,072
51,818

6,979
1,827
6,114

855
841
2,356

1,206
2,716
3,035
25,258

14,941
160,703
2,216

18,711
6,247
1,416

461
27,231
66,666


Less
than
$50,000

433,121

8,271
950
7,956

1,548
11,352
11,715
1,138

4,622
6,398
2,541

1,351
3,215
23,870

1,632
902
40,882
20,841

349
885
3,879

483
343
1,407

833
1,740
1,060
5,324

5,428
34,758
1,632

3,255
3,896
810

268
7,479
9,012


See footnote at end of table.

Florida Stastistal Abstract 1994


$50,000
to
$74,999

712,843

8,617
597
7,542

737
30,617
58,982
274

9,280
7,024
5,804

4,017
1,575
79,283

868
222
44,262
15,490

1,412
373
1,211

221
247
499

238
519
942
8,636

5,265
49,494
385

5,610
1,388
316

114
8,511
18,885


Median
(dollars)

77,100

66,000
53,400
61,600

49, 300
75,200
91,800
33,200

77,200
66,100
82,100

121,400
47, 300
86,500

49,600
37, 500
64,000
57,800

97,500
51,700
39,500

45,900
57,200
43,200

36,300
40,300
61,200
71,200

58,500
73,100
36,200

78,800
41,400
43,900

43,700
67,800
84,300


Continued . .


2.00


361
106
24, 626
8,297

1,920
226
578

96
127
234

88
264
512
6,150

2,450
34,802
120

3,269
579
183

48
5,373
14,632


249
61
13,844
4,661

2,029
188
330

44
85
161

31
134
331
4,026

1,270
23,943
62

2,591
251
80

20
3,526
11,996


118
28
9,458
2,529

1,269
155
116

11
39
55

16
59
190
1,122

528
17,706
17

3,986
133
27

11
2,342
12,141







2.00 Housing


Table 2.09. VALUE OF HOUSING UNITS: NUMBER OF SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING
UNITS BY VALUE OF UNIT IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990
(Continued)


Value
Less $50,000 $75,000 $100,000 $150,000
Total than to to to or Median
County units $50,000 $74,999 $99,999 $149,999 more (dollars)

Leon 32,357 6,567 9,539 7,457 5,340 3,454 75,200
Levy 3,371 1,729 866 395 263 118 49,100
Liberty 674 442 139 50 29 14 39,600

Madison 1,963 1,264 398 198 71 32 38,800
Manatee 38,181 5,725 11,789 8,936 7,247 4,484 79,400
Marion 35,656 11,362 12,944 6,180 3,234 1,936 61,800

Martin 20,034 1,493 3,899 3,584 3,898 7,160 112,700
Monroe 12,059 341 912 1,797 2,914 6,095 151,200
Nassau 6,909 1,859 1,772 1,399 1,081 798 72,600

Okaloosa 26,625 5,670 9,268 5,578 3,652 2,457 70,600
Okeechobee 3,409 1,424 1,000 483 339 163 55,600
Orange 123,463 13,025 40,272 32,876 21,130 16,160 81,400

Osceola 17,412 2,323 6,236 4,910 2,655 1,288 75,700
Palm Beach 162,875 12,080 36,347 35,315 34,902 44,231 98,400
Pasco 64,877 22,900 22,054 10,858 6,172 2,893 59,000

Pinellas 178,638 31,056 61,186 38,596 26,094 21,706 73,800
Polk 71,535 25,232 22,900 12,142 7,053 4,208 61,000
Putnam 10,082 5,054 2,531 1,303 800 394 49,900

St. Johns 16,416 2,946 3,874 3,225 2,893 3,478 85,800
St. Lucie 29,490 4,654 10,824 7,160 4,286 2,566 73,400
Santa Rosa 16,007 5,024 4,716 3,025 1,901 1,341 65,900

Sarasota 66,717 5,713 20,109 15,446 12,680 12,769 87,200
Seminole 61,532 4,956 13,534 18,586 14,297 10,159 91,500
Sumter 3,944 1,975 1,173 512 208 76 49,900

Suwannee 2,849 1,633 719 288 166 43 45,100
Taylor 2,798 1,633 606 324 184 51 43,600
Union 704 429 150 76 40 9 43,800

Volusia 83,634 17,412 31,538 18,471 10,111 6,102 69,400
Wakulla 1,985 949 520 261 174 81 51,800
Walton 4,984 2,507 1,005 546 505 421 49,700
Washington 2,653 1,719 566 267 85 16 40,100


Note: Data are based on the respondent's estimate of the current dollar worth of
the property, including house and land on which it stands. Specified owner-occupied
units are one-family houses on less than 10 acres and with no business on the
property. Mobile homes are excluded.

Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of
Housing: General Housing Characteristics, Florida, 1990 CH-1-11 and 1990 Census of
Population and Housing: Summary Tape File 1A.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994








2.00


Housing


Table 2.10. RENT: SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS BY AMOUNT OF CONTRACT
RENT IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990


Units with cash rent Units Median
Less $250 $500 $750 $1,000 with no contract
than to to to or cash rent
County Total $250 $499 $749 $999 more rent (dollars)

Florida 1,591,461 261,349 892,383 355,636 49,428 32,665 68,568 402


Alachua 31,360 8,808 18,268 3,630 424
Baker 954 591 348 15 0
Bay 15,120 5,303 8,635 996 152

Bradford 1,374 876 466 31 1
Brevard 46,506 5,272 31,109 8,607 957
Broward 162,800 10,245 72,354 66,207 9,576

Calhoun 602 538 58 6 0
Charlotte 9,197 1,005 5,915 1,675 318
Citrus 6,124 1,732 3,796 532 49

Clay 9,181 1,291 5,494 2,099 255
Collier 17,163 2,063 6,696 6,376 984
Columbia 3,639 2,271 1,295 69 2

Dade 305,935 45,729 161,174 79,694 11,757
De Soto 1,786 747 982 47 6
Dixie 529 476 52 1 0
Duval 92,992 19,856 60,275 11,513 890

Escambia 32,191 9,898 19,680 2,132 268
Flagler 2,587 340 1,597 599 38
Franklin 562 373 176 13 0
Gadsden 2,636 2,178 438 18 1

Gilchrist 341 257 78 6 0
Glades 410 196 209 5 0
Gulf 796 565 199 26 1
Hamilton 607 538 65 4 0

Hardee 1,164 546 604 12 0
Hendry 2,163 667 1,405 87 3
Hernando 5,861 1,136 3,951 541 102

Highlands 5,701 2,209 2,983 267 117
Hillsborough 114,608 19,084 75,353 17,636 1,628
Holmes 794 627 166 0 0

Indian River 8,881 942 5,411 1,798 301
Jackson 2,619 2,118 477 22 0
Jefferson 637 444 157 36 0

Lafayette 179 142 37 0 0
Lake 12,385 3,927 7,226 769 168
Lee 37,129 3,766 22,697 8,650 1,053


230 1,029
0 150
34 1,528

0 184
561 2,513
4,418 5,027

0 113
284 481
15 522

42 441
1,044 977
2 318

7,581 7,127
4 233
0 126
458 3,785

213 2,012
13 130
0 119
1 454

0 82
0 180
5 103
0 157

2 228
1 204
131 441

125 610
907 4,028
1 160

429 437
2 451
0 183

0 114
295 990
963 1,461


See footnote at end of table. Continued .

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994






Housing


Table 2.10. RENT: SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS BY AMOUNT OF CONTRACT
RENT IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990 (Continued)


Units with cash rent Units Median
Less $250 $500 $750 $1,000 with no contract
than to to to or cash rent
County Total $250 $499 $749 $999 more rent (dollars)

Leon 31,019 6,944 19,016 4,463 429 167 942 351
Levy 1,454 967 473 12 1 1 284 214
Liberty 219 194 25 0 0 0 75 158

Madison 1,027 858 164 5 0 0 197 148
Manatee 24,779 2,755 16,149 4,513 710 652 1,275 397
Marion 16,990 5,516 10,306 974 78 116 1,488 297

Martin 9,300 1,069 5,089 2,432 391 319 480 442
Monroe 10,927 1,224 3,662 4,085 1,348 608 1,651 523
Nassau 3,067 874 1,746 363 52 32 339 327

Okaloosa 17,651 3,904 11,307 1,873 357 210 2,167 342
Okeechobee 2,110 603 1,409 83 7 8 446 312
Orange 100,282 9,175 60,366 27,300 2,298 1,143 2,405 441

Osceola 12,680 1,033 8,265 3,257 96 29 516 438
Palm Beach 97,562 9,467 39,527 36,356 7,152 5,060 4,121 499
Pasco 21,370 4,695 15,000 1,260 207 208 1,455 329

Pinellas 112,508 15,522 72,624 19,309 2,768 2,285 3,650 393
Polk 43,233 13,624 26,300 2,578 339 392 2,132 300
Putnam 4,595 2,812 1,692 88 2 1 548 222

St. Johns 9,189 1,535 4,972 2,054 337 291 544 394
St. Lucie 15,305 2,466 8,799 3,688 233 119 649 410
Santa Rosa 6,454 2,341 3,524 529 43 17 700 285

Sarasota 28,027 2,216 14,853 8,307 1,352 1,299 1,370 458
Seminole 34,470 2,148 18,250 11,564 1,490 1,018 780 471
Sumter 1,993 1,136 823 30 0 4 314 235


Suwannee
Taylor
Union

Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washington


1,599 1,206 381
1,114 797 299
683 614 67


0 310
0 194
1 67


40,736 6,699 26,254 6,214 664 905 1,717
694 361 304 24 3 2 126
1,973 1,085 731 123 17 17 335
938 753 180 5 0 0 193


Note: Specified renter-occupied units exclude one-family houses on 10 acres or
more. See Glossary for definition of contract rent.

Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of
Housing: General Housing Characteristics, Florida. 1990 CH-1-11.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994


2.00







.16. GROUP QUARTERS: PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS BY TYPE OF QUARTERS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
IL 1, 1990


Table 2.
I APR








County

Florida

Alachua


Total
popula-
tion Total 1/


Correc-
tional
institu-
tions


Mental Juvenile
Nursing hospi- institu-
homes tals tions Total 2/


Emergency
shelters
College Military for
dorms quarters homeless


Visible
in
street
locations


12,937,926 173,637 74,959 80,298 6,208 2,983 133,824 42,972 29,339 7,110 3,189


703 908
1,031 78
568 800
3,046 129


8,031
52
1,355
34


6,768
0
0
0


0
0
1,102
0


Brevard 398,978 3,618 1,679 1,531 129
Broward 1,255,488 11,419 4,157 6,048 718
Calhoun 11,011 1,013 808 184 0


110,975
93,515
105,986
152,099


2,542
1,205
1,138
1,164


1,468 991 7
60 924 22
92 1,036 0
552 612 0


Columbia 42,613 618 178 299 16
Dade 1,937,094 20,111 9,395 8,245 503
De Soto 23,865 1,802 844 81 853


10,585
672,971
262,798
28,701

8,967
41,105
9,667
7,591


550
6,466
2,731
102

167
2,103
923
49


550 0 0
2,306 3,366 313
1,055 1,320 94
24 78 0


3,029 747
4,534 651
0 0


219
176
75
2,401


391 65 0
12,608 5,663 1,059
546 0 0


14
12,502
6,876
77

32
164
32
141


31
1,221
0
0


0
1,387
2,813
0

0
0
0
0


0
8,556
3,647
0

0
0
0
0


See footnotes at end of table.


Other neranni in ornln msart-er


Baker
Bay
Bradford


181,596
18,486
126,994
22,515


2,763
1,787
1,526
3,178


O Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier


Dixie
Duval
Flagler
Franklin

Escambia
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades


175
1,235
170

0
665
53
0


~IITLICUC~VILI~IZIU


Continued .










Table 2.16. GROUP QUARTERS: PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS BY TYPE OF QUARTERS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
APRIL 1, 1990 (Continued)


Institutionalized Other persons in aroup quarters
Correc- Emergency Visible
Total tional Mental Juvenile shelters in
popula- institu- Nursing hospi- institu- College Military for street
County tion Total I/ tions homes tals tions Total 2/ dorms quarters homeless locations

Gulf 11,504 425 285 123 0 16 10 0 0 0 0
Hamilton 10,930 1,086 1,020 60 0 0 49 0 0 2 0
Hardee 19,499 155 53 30 0 0 470 0 0 0 6


Hendry 25,773 377
Hernando 101,115 860
Highlands 68,432 699


92 189 0
297 455 21
139 474 0


Hillsborough 834,054 7,881 2,583 4,124 141
Holmes 15,778 878 750 128 0
Indian River 90,208 1,039 503 511 25

Jackson 41,375 3,282 2,769 355 0
Jefferson 11,296 198 17 181 0
Lafayette 5,578 755 755 0 0


152,104 1,702 617 1,014 2
335,113 3,154 800 1,832 390
192,493 2,695 1,727 557 0

25,923 443 223 215 0
5,569 977 839 0 0
16,569 1,281 1,096 173 12
211,707 2,465 519 1,812 39

194,833 3,513 2,482 896 67
100,900 2,437 1,667 770 0
78,024 476 137 309 0
43,941 344 94 118 0


195 10,553 3,774
0 66 0
0 395 94

158 1,119 153
0 7 0
0 102 0

27 1,099 189
62 2,175 0
115 8,231 7,671


19 424
0 207
0 2,351
63 125


51 0
26 17
15 126
0 0


Continued . .


See footnotes at end of table.


Lake
Lee
Leon

Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee

Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau







Table 2.16. GROUP QUARTERS: PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS BY TYPE OF QUARTERS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
APRIL I, 1990 (Continued)


Institutionalized


Other persons in aroupo quarters


(r County

Okaloos
Okeech:
Orange
Osceola


Total
popula-
tion Total 1/


sa
obee

a


Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk


Putnam
CA St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa

Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor

Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washington


143,776
29,627
677,491
107,728

863,518
281,131
851,659
405,382

65,070
83,829
150,171
81,608

277,776
287,529
31,577
26,780
17,111

10,252
370,712
14,202
27,760
16,919


Correc-
tional
institu- Nursing
tions homes


2,477 1,683
514 281
8,068 3,815
1,087 284


9,605
3,368
16,086
6,824

845
1,335
1,569
598

3,604
2,187
1,520
458
47

2,476
6,054
157
212
449


3,443
753
2, 160
3,748

491
161
693
103

349
800
1,309
66
47

2,468
2,582
18
63
140


Mental Juvenile
hospi- institu-
tals tions Total 2/


715
173
3,593
749

5,546
2,393
12,375
2,887

315
647
699
329

3,092
1,227
179
288
0

0
3,159
139
118
283


2,748
1,029
16,080
1,571

6,133
2,784
5,462
3,302

307
1,030
841
751

1,156
669
227
87
5

28
7,278
3
14
12


College Military
dorms quarters


0
0
2,206
399

2,069
786
1,195
1,691

0
658
84
0

417
0
0
0
0

0
3,433
0
0
0


2,559
0
9,325
3

5
0
166
0


1/ Includes figures for other institutionalized persons.
2/ Includes figures for other persons in noninstitutional group quarters.
Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of Population and Housing: Summary
Population and Housing Characteristics, Florida, 1990 CPH-1-11 and Summary Tape File 1A.


Emergency
shelters
for
homeless

40
0
798
32

219
43
1,105
172


Visible
in
street
locations

17
16
271
0

197
9
75
33








2.00


Table 2.20. HOMES FOR THE AGING: HOMES, RESIDENTIAL UNITS, AND BEDS FOR HOMES
WHICH ARE MEMBERS OF THE FLORIDA ASSOCIATION OF HOMES FOR THE AGING (FAHA)
IN THE STATE, FAHA DISTRICT, AND CITIES OF FLORIDA, 1994


District
and city


Residen- Nursing District
Homes tial units beds and city


Florida

District 1
Atlantic Beach
Crestview
Dowling Park
Ft. Walton Beach
Gainesville
Jacksonville
Jacksonville Beach
Jasper
Keystone Heights
Lake City
Marianna
Milton
Niceville
Ocala
Palatka
Penney Farms
Pensacola
Ponte Vedra Beach
Shalimar
Tallahassee

District 2
Apopka
Davenport
Eustis
Fern Park
Kissimmee
Lakeland
Longwood
Mount Dora
Orlando
Sanford
Winter Haven
Winter Park

District 3
Largo
Pinellas Park
St. Petersburg
Seminole
South Pasadena

District 4
Lakeland
Plant City
Sun City Center
Tampa


39,002

6,548
346
70
341
95
97
2,879
199
0
94
150
124
0
50
161
76
291
482
258
379
456

5,593
32
76
45
176
936
689
241
212
2,001
158
68
959

2,666
400
195
1,831
60
180

3,220
169
75
349
2,428


8,233

1,431
42
0
161
0
0
752
0
60
0
0
60
120
0
0
0
40
106
30
0
60

951
0
60
120
0
170
60
60
120
180
0
0
181

701
0
0
581
120
0

431
185
0
0
246


Residen- Nursing
Homes tial units beds


District 4
(Continued)
Winter Haven

District
Bradenton
Cape Coral
Ft. Myers
Grove City
Lehigh Acres
Naples
North Ft.
Myers
Port Charlotte
Sarasota
Sebring
Venice

District 6
Florida City
Hialeah
Miami
Miami Beach
Miami Springs
Opa Locka
Sweetwater

District 7
Boca Raton
Coral Springs
Deerfield Beach
Delray Beach
Ft. Lauderdale
Hallandale
Hollywood
Juno Beach
Lake Worth
Pembroke Pines
Plantation
Pompano Beach
Port St. Lucie
West Palm Beach

District 8
Cocoa
Melbourne
Merritt Island
Palm Bay
Rockledge
Vero Beach


See footnote at end of table.

Florida Statistical Abstract 1994


Continued .


Housing


199

5,301
544
231
1,215
100
80
683

80
147
1,226
517
478

3,717
30
675
2,398
351
50
113
100

6,455
1,333
432
388
926
363
120
376
294
268
0
328
844
98
685

1,634
150
510
158
66
0
604


0

1,181
93
60
280
0
0
169

0
104
295
120
60

933
0
0
664
0
269
0
0

1,363
240
0
0
244
0
0
0
60
60
85
60
184
30
400

280
0
0
96
0
100
84







2.00


Table 2.20. HOMES FOR THE AGING: HOMES, RESIDENTIAL UNITS, AND BEDS FOR HOMES
WHICH ARE MEMBERS OF THE FLORIDA ASSOCIATION OF HOMES FOR THE AGING (FAHA)
IN THE STATE, FAHA DISTRICT, AND CITIES OF FLORIDA, 1994 (Continued)


District
and city

District 8
(Continued)
West Melbourne

District 9
Belleair
Clearwater
Dunedin
Lecanto
New Port Richey
Palm Harbor


Residen- Nursing District
Homes tial units beds and city


District 9
(Continued)
146 0 Tarpon Springs
Zephyrhills


2,005
0
659
386
48
135
639


482
126 District 11
116 Daytona Beach
100 DeLand
0 Holly Hill
0 Orange City
140 Port Orange


Residen- Nursing
Homes tial units beds


1 90 0
1 48 0


1,863
470
468
343
510
72


Note: Includes personal care units, cluster homes, adult congregate living fa-
cility units and/or assisted living units. Excludes homes in construction.
Source: Florida Association of Homes for the Aging, 1994 Directory of Members.

Table 2.21. CHILD CARING AND PLACING FACILITIES: LICENSED FACILITIES AND CAPACITY
IN THE STATE, HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES (HRS) DISTRICTS, AND CITIES
OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1. 1994


Child carina I/
Facil- Capac-
ities ity


Child
place-
ment


District
and city


Child caring 1/
Facil- Capac-
ities ity


Florida

District 1
Crestview
DeFuniak Springs
Gonzalez
Milton
Pensacola

District 2
Marianna
Panama City
Panama City Beach
Tallahassee 2/
Youngstown

District 3
Dowling Park 2/
Gainesville
Inglis
Live Oak

District 4
Jacksonville 2/
Middleburg


223 4.133 74

11 157 2
2 14 0
1 6 0
1 10 0
1 60 0
6 67 2

11 137 3
1 6 0
2 14 1
1 12 0
6 97 2
1 8 0

4 102 1
1 8 0
1 16 1
1 18 0
1 60 0

23 310 4
20 260 4
1 12 0


District 4
(Continued)
St. Augustine

District 5
Clearwater
Land O'Lakes
Largo
New Port Richey
Pinellas Park
St. Petersburg
Safety Harbor
Seminole

District 6
Bradenton
Brandon
Dover
Lutz
Riverview
Seffner
Tampa 2/
Temple Terrace
Thonotasassa
Valrico


Continued .


See footnotes at end of table.

Florida Statistcal Abstract 1994


Housing


District
and city


Child
place-
men t







2.00


Housing


Table 2.21. CHILD CARING AND PLACING FACILITIES: LICENSED FACILITIES AND CAPACITY
IN THE STATE, HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES (HRS) DISTRICTS, AND CITIES
OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1994 (Continued)


District
and city


Child caring I/
Facil- Capac-
ities ity


Child
place-
ment


District 7
Altamonte Springs
Cocoa
Kissimmee
Maitland
Melbourne
Merritt Island
Orlando
Oviedo
Rockledge
Sanford
Satellite Beach
Scottsmoor
Titusville
Winter Garden
Winter Park

District 8
Clewiston
Ft. Myers
Naples
Sarasota

District 9
Boca Raton
Boynton Beach
Delray Beach
Lake Park
Lake Worth
Lantana
Palm Springs
Riviera Beach
West Palm Beach

District 10
Coconut Creek
Coral Springs
Ft. Lauderdale
Hallandale
Hollywood
Oakland Park


District
and city


Child caring I/ Child
Facil- Capac- place-
ities ity ment


District 10
(Continued)
Pembroke Pines
Plantation
Pompano Beach
Wilton Manors

District 11
Homestead
Miami
Miami Shores
Naranja
Opa Locka
Tavarnier

District 12
Daytona Beach Z/
DeLand
Enterprise

District 13
Altoona
Brooksville
Citra
Floral City
Leesburg
Mount Dora 2/
Ocala
Silver Springs

District 14
Auburndale
Bartow 2/
Lakeland 2/
Wauchula

District 15
Ft. Pierce
Jensen Beach
Okeechobee
Vero Beach


i/ Includes emergency shelters, runaway shelters, therapeutic facilities, mater-
nity and group homes, and facilities for the medically needy and the emotionally
disturbed.
21 Child caring facilities include some combined child caring/child placing
facilities.
Note: See map of districts in Section 7.00.
Source: State of Florida, Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services,
Children and Family Services, Licensed Child Caring/Child Placing Facilities, April
1, 1994.

Florida Statistial Abstract 1994







2.00


Table 2.22. HOMES FOR THE AGING: ADULT CONGREGATE LIVING FACILITIES AND ADULT
FOSTER HOMES IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1992


Adult
congregate Adult
living foster
facilities homes C
County Number Beds Number Beds County


Adult
congregate
living
facilities
Number Beds


Adult
foster
homes
Number Beds


Florida

Alachua
Baker

Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward


1,568

10
2


Calhoun 4
Charlotte 25
Citrus 18
Clay 5

Collier 10
Columbia 7
Dade 285
De Soto 1

Dixie 0
Duval 52
Escambia 25
Flagler 0

Franklin 1
Gadsden 3
Gilchrist 0
Glades 1

Gulf 1
Hamilton 1
Hardee 4
Hendry 1

Hernando 6
Highlands 13
Hillsborough 75
Holmes 1

Indian River 8
Jackson 3
Jefferson 2


1,519

40
0

9
15
49
16

10
2
6
0

16
20
446
4

0
36
69
0


60,541

1,038
17

353
75
622
7,942

53
830
627
72

422
148
7,633
24

0
2,176
876
0

18
45
0
34

10
16
84
40

890
556
4,313
30


Lafayette
Lake
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


0 Taylor
0 Union
145 Volusia
18 Wakulla

10 Walton
0 Washington
3


2 26 0 0
2 862 13 29
1 1,810 13 34
4 312 8 20

2 98 2 4
2 28 1 3
2 80 1 1
6 1,654 8 24

4 889 21 46
5 78 1 2
3 34 0 0
1 72 0 0

4 138 14 35
1 20 1 3
;5 1,137 21 54
6 180 7 21

'2 2,743 13 34
65 2,273 12 23
;5 9,159 22 56
16 1,903 7 21

i1 375 8 19
5 159 0 0
L1 107 12 33
4 99 14 36

;8 3,203 8 19
25 788 9 25
1 7 1 3
5 104 6 14

0 0 1 3
0 0 0 0
59 2,682 8 20
1 24 1 3

3 115 5 11
8 108 0 0


Note: Adult congregate living facilities offer housing, food service, and one or
more personal care services.
Source: State of Florida, Agency for Health Care Administration. 1992 Florida
Health Care Atlas.

Florida Statistcal Abstract 1994


Housing










Table 2.30. PUBLIC LODGING: LICENSED LODGINGS, APARTMENTS, ROOMING HOUSES, RENTAL CONDOMINIUMS, AND TRANSIENT
APARTMENTS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1993-94


Total licensed Apartment Rooming Rental Transier
lodainas I/ buildings houses condominiums ment build
County Number Units Number Units Number Units Number Units Number

Florida 30,935 1,191,327 17,168 767,478 637 8,366 6,486 59,194 1,894

Alachua 387 21,893 324 18,176 7 70 0 0 3
Baker 5 166 2 59 0 0 0 0 0
Bay 729 17,967 107 4,418 1 1 393 4,071 4


Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte

8 Citrus
Clay
Collier

Columbia
Dade

De Soto
Dixie
Duval

Escambia
Flagler
Franklin

Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades


30 797
533 28,955
3,789 127,025

4 111
132 3,458

78 2,060
54 5,218
252 14,346

86 3,123
6,905 220,281

21 397
13 189
797 70,405

722 15,300
39 913
289 908

25 733
4 94
16 250


12
312
2,764

2
19

35
39
91

48
6,180

13
1
635

96
9
5

13
1
1


367
18,494
93,363

88
1,075

879
4,292
5,595

1,094
166,774

231
32
58,548

9,574
139
131

597
60
28


2
153
323

0
2

44
38
64

28
1,651

22
12
460

17
34
4

0
6
5


0
41
44

0
55

1
1
70

0
48

0
0
5

554
7
263

5
0
1


0
1,471
1,467

0
816

126
30
3,429

0
1,667

0
0
40

967
154
353

25
0
8


2
53
410


it apart-
dinas 2/
Units

20,142

120
0
89

17
752
4,511


See footnotes at end of table.


Continued . .







Table 2.30. PUBLIC LODGING: LICENSED LODGINGS, APARTMENTS, ROOMING HOUSES, RENTAL CONDOMINIUMS, AND TRANSIENT
APARTMENTS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1993-94 (Continued)


Total licensed Apartment Rooming Rental Transient apart-
lodainas 1/ buildings houses condominiums ment buildings 2/
County Number Units Number Units Number Units Number Units Number Units

Gulf 165 415 3 113 1 12 149 185 1 5
Hamilton 16 501 6 111 0 0 0 0 1 20
Hardee 25 374 11 232 1 10 4 8 6 79

D Hendry 41 675 18 227 2 42 2 31 5 42
Hernando 42 1,521 23 892 2 17 1 4 3 18
Highlands 136 3,360 64 1,394 5 45 4 212 37 534

Hillsborough 988 89,144 773 73,587 33 428 1 237 32 561
Holmes 8 255 3 63 0 0 0 0 0 0
Indian River 119 3.388 70 1.474 3 32 7 341 6 74


Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette

Lake
Lee
Leon

Levy
Liberty
Madison

Manatee
Marion
Martin

Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa


28 1,019
18 356
3 64

193 5,955
586 25,394
362 23,330

52 727
1 13
11 404

541 14,867
195 7,796
116 3,545

514 12,658
82 2,792
378 11,333


18 552
9 226
1 36

95 3,606
229 11,658
295 17,341

10 215
0 0
8 281

147 9,651
106 4,345
66 1,763

103 1,997
16 601
100 3,467


0 0
4 16
1 22

12 118
2 16
8 1,018

4 38
0 0
0 0

9 59
5 35
5 70

29 278
9 46
1 24


1 10
0 0
0 0

23 129
140 5,851
0 0


7 109
0 0
0 0

147 1,238
1 14
13 185

76 1,946
21 1,029
209 3,253


37
0
29

890
80
282

804
20
134


See footnotes at end of table.


__


Continued . .










PUBLIC LODGING: LICENSED LODGINGS, APARTMENTS, ROOMING HOUSES, RENTAL CONDOMINIUMS, AND TRANSIENT
:NTS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1993-94 (Continued)


Table 2.30.
APARTME





County

Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola

SPalm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas

Polk
Putnam
St. Johns

St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota

Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee

Taylor
Union
Volusia

Wakulla
Walton
Washington


4,477
2,199
16,130

27,166
888
543

781
80
37,086


171
3,810
207


Apartment Rooming
buildings houses
Number Units Number Units


92
67,654
7,757


Rental
condominiums
Number Units

2 2
333 4,694
2,574 4,900


Total licensed
lodainos I/
Number Units

24 472
1,246 131,877
2,868 33,838

1,374 60,845
145 8,708
2,159 84,457

883 22,753
50 1,343
203 9,021


759
725
4,891

1,377
29
1,722

592
360
3,438


13,045
729
2,995

1,289
1,165
7,760

24,167
360
197

282
80
15,357

0
315
42


0
0
3,679

26
2,584
1


Transient apart-
ment buildings 2/
Number Units

7 72
55 1,495
73 840

98 1,407
11 127
302 2,530

82 1,438
3 25
8 47

29 227
0 0
139 1,023

2 10
5 29
5 24

4 17
0 0
39 476

0 0
2 12
0 0


1/ Includes hotels and motels shown separately in Table 19.60.
2/ Apartments which rent for six months or less.


Source: State of Florida, Department of Business Regulation, Division of Hotels and Restaurants, Master File
Statistics: Public Lodging and Food Service Establishments, Fiscal Year 1993-94.


975 42,462
88 5,954
1,276 57,930




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