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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
 Physical geography and environ...
 Agriculture
 Forestry, fisheries, and miner...
 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














Title: Florida statistical abstract
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00080556/00003
 Material Information
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: 1996
Frequency: annual
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Statistics -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Economic conditions -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Genre: government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
statistics   ( marcgt )
 Notes
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.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00080556
Volume ID: VID00003
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: ltuf - ABS7237
oclc - 01333015
alephbibnum - 000300763
issn - 0071-6022
lccn - a 67007393

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    Maps
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    Personal and business services
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1996
Florida
Statistical Abstract


Thirtieth Edition


Susan S. Floyd, Editor
Gayle H. Thompson, Managing Editor
Dorothy A. Evans, Publications Production Specialist

Bureau of Economic and Business Research
College of Business Administration

UNIVERSITY OF
FLORIDA









UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


John V. Lombardi, President

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

John Kraft, Dean

BUREAU OF ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS RESEARCH

Stanley K. Smith, Director

1996 Abstract Advisory Board

Ray Jones
University Librarian Emeritus
Bibliographer in Gerontology
Scott Koons
Director of Local Government Assistance
North Central Florida Regional Planning Council
John F. (Dick) Scoggins
Associate Director
Bureau of Economic and Business Research
Anne H. Shermyen
Former Associate Director
Bureau of Economic and Business Research
John R. Dunkle
Professor
Department of Geography

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Cover photograph "Venus Kisses the Moon," January 1995, Newnan's Lake, Gainesville, Florida.
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CONTENTS

Page

Preface v

Maps and Figures

Counties and Metropolitan Statistical Areas effective
December 31, 1992. to present vii
Counties and County Seats viii
Planning Districts 45
Health and Rehabilitative Service Districts 227
Water Management Districts 249
National Weather Station Offices Map 255
Crop-reporting Districts 303
Community Health Purchasing Alliance Regions 535

Tables

Human Resources
1.00 Population 1
2.00 Housing 67
3.00 Vital Statistics and Health 79
4.00 Education 99
5.00 Income and Wealth 130
6.00 Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings 185
7.00 Social Insurance and Welfare 218

Physical Resources and Industries
8.00 Physical Geography and Environment 241
9.00 Agriculture 264
10.00 Forestry, Fisheries, and Minerals 309
11.00 Construction 320
12.00 Manufacturing 342
13.00 Transportation 374
14.00 Communications 409
15.00 Power and Energy 420

Services
16.00 Wholesale and Retail Trade 440
17.00 Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate 466
18.00 Personal and Business Services 492
19.00 Tourism and Recreation 505
20.00 Health, Education, and Cultural Services 526

Public Resources and Administration
21.00 Government and Elections 577
22.00 Courts and Law Enforcement 595
23.00 Government Finance and Employment 631

Economic and Social Trends
24.00 Economic Indicators and Prices 711
25.00 State Comparisons 729

Appendix. Explanatory Notes and Sources 747
Glossary 765
Index to Census Tables in Previous Abstracts 775
Index to 1996 Edition 780












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Counties and Metropolitan Statistical Areas

Effective December 31, 1992 to present


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

Melbourne-Titusville-
Palm Bay MSA
Brevard County

Miami PMSA*
Dade County

Naples MSA
Collier County
Ocala MSA
Marion County
*Miami-Ft. Lauderdale CMSA


FT PIERCE-
PORT ST LUCIE MSA


SARASOTA-
BRAENTONMSA
Orlando MSA
Lake County PTA
Orange County GORDAMSA
Osceola County nF MYERS
Seminole County CAPE CO^RL MSA

Panama City MSA NAPLES MSA
Bay County

Pensacola MSA
Escambia County
Santa Rosa County

Punta Gorda MSA
Charlotte County

Sarasota-Bradenton MSA r/
Manatee County
Sarasota County

Tallahassee MSA
Gadsden County
Leon County

Tampa-St. Petersburg-
Clearwater MSA
Hernando County
Hillsborough County
Pasco County
Pinellas County
West Palm Beach-Boca Raton MSA
Palm Beach County


JACKSONVILLE MSA


DAYTONABEACH MSA


MIAMI PMSA












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 Apalachicola
Gadsden Quincy
Gilchrist Trenton
Glades Moore Haven
Gulf Port St. Joe
Hamilton Jasper
Hardee Wauchula
Hendry La Belle
Hernando 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 Fernandina Beach
Okaloosa Crestview
Okeechobee Okeechobee
Orange Orlando
Osceola Kissimmee
Palm Beach West Palm Beach
Pasco Dade City
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 DeLand
Wakulla Crawfordville
Walton DeFuniak Springs
Washington Chipley


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Population


Top 10 States in Net Migration to
Florida, 1985 through 1990


E Aged 65 and over


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00 0

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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 AND MEDIAN AGE IN THE STATE AND
COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1995 19
AGE AND SEX PROJECTIONS:
Table 1.38. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND
2010, BY AGE AND SEX IN FLORIDA 28
AGE PROJECTIONS:
Table 1.41. PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, BY AGE IN THE STATE AND
COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 34
AGE, RACE, AND SEX:
Table 1.34. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1995, BY AGE,
RACE, AND SEX IN FLORIDA 18
CENSUS COUNTS:
Table 1.10. TOTAL, URBAN, AND RURAL POPULATION IN FLORIDA, CENSUS YEARS
1830 TO 1990 4
COMPONENTS OF CHANGE:
Table 1.72. COMPONENTS OF POPULATION CHANGE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF
FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990 TO APRIL 1, 1995 48
COUNTIES:
Table 1.19. CENSUS COUNTS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1940 THROUGH
1990 6
Table 1.20. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1986
THROUGH 1995, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 9
COUNTIES AND CITIES:
Table 1.31. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1995, IN THE
STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES OF FLORIDA 12
COUNTY RANKINGS AND DENSITY:
Table 1.75. ESTIMATES, RANK, PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION, LAND AREA, AND DENSITY
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1995 54
HISPANIC POPULATION:
Table 1.36. ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF
FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1995 22
HRS DISTRICTS:
Table 1.67. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1995, IN THE
STATE, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES (HRS)
DISTRICTS, AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 46
IMMIGRANTS:
Table 1.89. NEW ARRIVALS BY PORT OF ENTRY IN FLORIDA AND IN THE UNITED STATES,
FISCAL YEARS 1994 AND 1995 65
Table 1.90. NUMBER ADMITTED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRY OF BIRTH AND RESIDENCE IN
FLORIDA AND THE UNTIED STATES, FISCAL YEAR 1995 65
Table 1.91. NUMBER ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OF BIRTH AND INTENDED RESIDENCE IN
THE METROPOLITAN AREAS OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1995 66
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, 1995 56
MALE AND FEMALE PROJECTIONS:
Table 1.40. PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, BY SEX IN THE STATE AND
COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 31




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SECTION 1.00
POPULATION
(Continued)

TABLES LISTED BY MAJOR HEADINGS


HEADING PAGE

MEDIAN AGE:
Table 1.39. CENSUS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, IN
THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 30
METROPOLITAN AREAS:
Table 1.65. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1995, IN
THE STATE AND METROPOLITAN AREAS OF FLORIDA 43
MIGRATION:
Table 1.73. NET MIGRATION OF THE TOTAL POPULATION AND OF PERSONS AGED 65
AND OVER BY STATE OF EXCHANGE WITH FLORIDA, 1985 THROUGH 1990 50
Table 1.74. MIGRATION FLOWS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1990
THROUGH 1993 51
PERSONS AGED 65 AND OVER:
Table 1.37. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1995, BY AGE IN
THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 25
Table 1.42. PROJECTIONS BY AGE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1,
2000, 2005, AND 2010 37
PLANNING DISTRICTS:
Table 1.66. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1995, IN THE
STATE, COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING DISTRICTS, AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 44
Table 1.83. ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1995, AND PROJECTIONS, SPECIFIED YEARS,
APRIL 1, 2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE AND COMPREHENSIVE
PLANNING DISTRICTS OF FLORIDA 58
POPULOUS CITIES:
Table 1.69. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1995,
IN THE 1995 MOST POPULOUS CITIES OF FLORIDA 47
PROJECTIONS:
Table 1.84. ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1995, AND PROJECTIONS, SPECIFIED YEARS APRIL 1,
2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 59
RACE PROJECTIONS:
Table 1.43. ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1995, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010,
BY RACE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 40
STATES:
Table 1.12. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, JULY 1, 1995, IN FLORIDA,
OTHER STATES, AND THE UNITED STATES 5
VETERANS:
Table 1.87. ESTIMATED NUMBER OF VETERANS IN CIVIL LIFE BY PERIOD OF SERVICE IN
FLORIDA AND THE UNITED STATES, JULY 1, 1994 65

















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


Census year
and date

Previous urban
definition 1/
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)


Total population
Change from
preceding census
Per-


Urban population Rural population
Per- Per-


cent-


cent- age of
Number Number age Number total


34,730
54,477

87,445
140,424

187,748
269,493

391,422
528,542

752,619
968,470

1,468,211
1,897,414

2,771,305
4,951,560




2,771,305
4,951,560

6,791,418
9,746,324


(X)
19,747

32,968
52,979

47,324
81,745

121,929
137,120

224,077
215,851

499,741
429,203

873,891
2,180,255




873,891
2,180,255

1,839,858
2,954,906


0
0

0
5,708

15,275
26,947

77,358
107,031

219,080
353,515

759,778
1,045,791

1,566,788
3,077,989




1,813,890
3,661,383

5,544,551
8,212,385


cent-
age of
Number total


34,730
54,477

87,445
134,716

172,473
242,546

314,064
421,511

533,539
614,955

708,433
851,623

1,204,517
1,873,571




957,415
1,290,177

1,244,892
1,533,939


12,937,926 3,191,602 32.8 10,970,445 84.8 1,967,481


100.0
100.0

100.0
95.9

91.9
90.0

80.2
79.7

70.9
63.5

48.3
44.9

43.5
37.8




34.5
26.1

18.3
15.7
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. Population not classified as
urban constitutes the rural population. Rural classification need not imply farm resi-
dence 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 Popula-
tion: General Population Characteristics, Florida, 1990 CP-1-11, and previous census
editions.

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Table 1.12. STATES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, JULY 1, 1995
IN FLORIDA, OTHER STATES, AND THE UNITED STATES


Esti- Per-
Census mates centage
April 1 July 1 change
1990 1995 1990 to
(1,000) (1,000) 1995


Florida 12,938 14,166

Alabama 4,040 4,253


State


9.5 Missouri
Montana
5.3 Nebraska


Esti- Per-
Census mates centage
April 1 July 1 change
1990 1995 1990 to
(1,000) (1,000) 1995

5,117 5,324 4.0
799 870 8.9
1,578 1,637 3.7


9.7 Nevada 1,202 1,530 27.3
15.1 New Hampshire 1,109 1,148 3.5
5.7 New Jersey 7,730 7,945 2.8


California 29,758 31,589
Colorado 3,294 3,747
Connecticut 3,287 3,275


6.2 New Mexico
13.7 New York
-0.4 North Carolina


1,515 1,685 11.2
17,991 18,136 0.8
6,632 7,195 8.5


Delaware 666 717 7.7 North Dakota 639 641 0.4
District of Ohio 10,847 11,151 2.8
Columbia 607 554 -8.7 Oklahoma 3.146 3.278 4.2


6,478 7,201
1,108 1,187
1,007 1,163


11.2 Oregon 2,842 3,141 10.5
7.1 Pennsylvania 11,883 12,072 1.6
15.5 Rhode Island 1,003 990 -1.4


Illinois 11,431 11,830
Indiana 5,544 5,803
Iowa 2,777 2,842

Kansas 2,478 2,565
Kentucky 3,687 3,860
Louisiana 4,220 4,342

Maine 1,228 1,241
Maryland 4,781 5,042
Massachusett 6,016 6,074

Michigan 9,295 9,549
Minnesota 4,376 4,610
Mississippi 2,575 2,697


South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee


Texas
Utah
Vermont


3,486 3,673 5.4
696 729 4.7
4,877 5,256 7.8

16,986 18,724 10.2
1,723 1,951 13.3
563 585 3.9


Virginia 6,189 6,618 6.9
Washington 4,867 5,431 11.6
West Virginia 1,793 1,828 1.9

Wisconsin 4,892 5,123 4.7
Wyoming 454 480 5.9
United States 248,718 262,755 5.6


Note: Includes persons in the Armed Forces residing in each state. Some data may
be revised.

Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Population Division,
the Internet at .


State


Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas


550 604
3,665 4,218
2,351 2,484


Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho


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Table 1.19. COUNTIES: CENSUS COUNTS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1940 THROUGH 1990


SCounty

Florida

Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus

Clay
Collier
g Columbia

SDade
O De Soto
Dixie

Duval
S Escambia
SFlagler

i Franklin
SGadsden
Gilchrist

G Glades
Gulf
U lae


Percentage change
1940- 1950- 1960- 1970- 1980-
1990 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990


1,897,414 2,771,305 4,951,560 6,791,418 9,746,961 12,938,071 46.1 78.7 37.2 43.5 32.7


38,607 57,026 74,074 104,764 151,369
6,510 6,313 7,363 9,242 15,289
20,686 42,689 67,131 75,283 97,740


181,596 47.7 29.9 41.4 44.5 20.0
18,486 -3.0 16.6 25.5 65.4 20.9
126,994 106.4 57.3 12.1 29.8 29.9


8,717 11,457 12,446 14,625 20,023 22,515 31.4 8.6 17.5 36.9 12.4
16,142 23,653 111,435 230,006 272,959 398,978 46.5 371.1 106.4 18.7 46.2
39,794 83,933 333,946 620,100 1,018,257 1,255,531 110.9 297.9 85.7 64.2 23.3


8,218 7,922 7,422 7,624 9,294
3,663 4,286 12,594 27,559 58,460
5,846 6,111 9,268 19,196 54,703

6,468 14,323 19,535 32,059 67,052
5,102 6,488 15,753 38,040 85,971
16,859 18,216 20,077 25,250 35,399


11,011 -3.6 -6.3 2.7 21.9 18.5
110,975 17.0 193.8 118.8 112.1 89.8
93,513 4.5 51.7 107.1 185.0 70.9

105,986 121.4 36.4 64.1 109.2 58.1
152,099 27.2 142.8 141.5 126.0 76.9
42,613 8.0 10.2 25.8 40.2 20.4


267,739 495,084 935,047 1,267,792 1,625,509 1,937,194 84.9 88.9 35.6 28.2 19.2
7,792 9,242 11,683 13,060 19,039 23,865 18.6 26.4 11.8 45.8 25.3
7,018 3,928 4,479 5,480 7,751 10,585 -44.0 14.0 22.3 41.4 36.6


210,143 304,029 455,411 528,865 571,003
74,667 112,706 173,829 205,334 233,794
3,008 3,367 4,566 4,454 10,913

5,991 5,814 6,576 7,065 7,661
31,450 36,457 41,989 39,184 41,674
4,250 3,499 2,868 3,551 5,767

2,745 2,199 2,950 3,669 5,992
6,951 7,460 9,937 10,096 10,658


672,971 44.7 49.8 16.1 8.0 17.9
262,798 50.9 54.2 18.1 13.9 12.4
28,701 11.9 35.6 -2.5 145.0 163.0

8,967 -3.0 13.1 7.4 8.4 17.0
41,116 15.9 15.2 -6.7 6.4 -1.3
9,667 -17.7 -18.0 23.8 62.4 67.6

7,591 -19.9 34.2 24.4 63.3 26.7
11,504 7.3 33.2 1.6 5.6 7.9


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SHamilton
A Hardee
Hendry

Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough

Holmes
Indian River
Jackson

Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake

Lee
SLeon
SLevy

SLiberty
o Madison
O Manatee

0 Marion
Martin
Monroe

Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
ft


Le 1.19. COUNTIES: CENSUS COUNTS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1940 THROUGH 1990 (Continued)


1940 1950 1960 1970 1980


9,778 8,981 7,705
10,158 10,073 12,370
5,237 6,051 8,119


Percentage change
1940- 1950- 1960- 1970- 1980-
1990 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990


7,787 8,761 10,930 -8.2 -14.2 1.1 12.5 24.8
14,889 20,357 19,499 -0.8 22.8 20.4 36.7 -4.2
11,859 18,599 25,773 15.5 34.2 46.1 56.8 38.6


5,641 6,693 11,205 17,004 44,469
9,246 13,636 21,338 29,507 47,526
180,148 249,894 397,788 490,265 646,939


15,447 13,988 10,844
8,957 11,872 25,309
34,428 34,645 36,208

12,032 10,413 9,543
4,405 3,440 2,889
27,255 36,340 57,383


101,115 18.6 67.4 51.8 161.5 127.4
68,432 47.5 56.5 38.3 61.1 44.0
834,054 38.7 59.2 23.2 32.0 28.9


10,720 14,723 15,778 -9.4 -22.5 -1.1 37.3 7.2
35,992 59,896 90,208 32.5 113.2 42.2 66.4 50.6
34,434 39,154 41,375 0.6 4.5 -4.9 13.7 5.7


8,778 10,703
2,892 4,035
69,305 104,870


17,488 23,404 54,539 105,216 205,266
31,646 51,590 74,225 103,047 148,655
12,550 10,637 10,364 12,756 19,870


3,752 3,182 3,138
16,190 14,197 14,154
26,098 34,704 69,168


3,379 4,260
13,481 14,894
97,115 148,445


31,243 38,187 51,616 69,030 122,488
6,295 7,807 16,932 28,035 64,014
14,078 29,957 47,921 52,586 63,188

10,826 12,811 17,189 20,626 32,894
12,900 27,533 61,175 88,187 109,920
3,000 3,454 6,424 11,233 20,264


11,296 -13.5 -8.4 -8.0 21.9 5.5
5,578 -21.9 -16.0 0.1 39.5 38.2
152,104 33.3 57.9 20.8 51.3 45.0

335,113 33.8 133.0 92.9 95.1 63.3
192,493 63.0 43.9 38.8 44.3 29.5
25,912 -15.2 -2.6 23.1 55.8 30.4

5,569 -15.2 -1.4 7.7 26.1 30.7
16,569 -12.3 -0.3 -4.8 10.5 11.2
211,707 33.0 99.3 40.4 52.9 42.6

194,835 22.2 35.2 33.7 77.4 59.1
100,900 24.0 116.9 65.6 128.3 57.6
78,024 112.8 60.0 9.7 20.2 23.5

43,941 18.3 34.2 20.0 59.5 33.6
143,777 113.4 122.2 44.2 24.6 30.8
29,627 15.1 86.0 74.9 80.4 46.2




Continued . .











F Ta





q County

SOrange
0 Osceola
Palm Beach

Pasco
Pinellas
Polk

Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie

Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole


C Sumter
Suwannee
STaylor

SUnion
a Volusia
Wakulla

S Walton
Washington


ble 1.19. COUNTIES: CENSUS COUNTS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1940 THROUGH 1990 (Continued)


1940 1950 1960 1970 1980

70,074 114,950 263,540 344,311 470,865
10,119 11,406 19,029 25,267 49,287
79,989 114,688 228,106 348,993 576,758

13,981 20,529 36,785 75,955 193,661
91,852 159,249 374,665 522,329 728,531
86,665 123,997 195,139 228,515 321,652

18,698 23,615 32,212 36,424 50,549
20,012 24,998 30,034 31,035 51,303
11,871 20,180 39,294 50,836 87,182

16,085 18,554 29,547 37,741 55,988
16,106 28,827 76,895 120,413 202,251
22,304 26,883 54,947 83,692 179,752


11,041 11,330
17,073 16,986
11,565 10,416


11,869 14,839 24,272
14,961 15,559 22,287
13,168 13,641 16,532


7,094 8,906 6,043 8,112 10,166
53,710 74,229 125,319 169,487 258,762
5,463 5,258 5,257 6,308 10,887


14,246 14,725
12,302 11,888


15,576 16,087 21,300
11,249 11,453 14,509


Percentage change
1940- 1950- 1960- 1970- 1980-
1990 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990

677,491 64.0 129.3 30.6 36.8 43.9
107,728 12.7 66.8 32.8 95.1 118.6
863,503 43.4 98.9 53.0 65.3 49.7

281,131 46.8 79.2 106.5 155.0 45.2
851,659 73.4 135.3 39.4 39.5 16.9
405,382 43.1 57.4 17.1 40.8 26.0

65,070 26.3 36.4 13.1 38.8 28.7
83,829 24.9 20.1 3.3 65.3 63.4
150,171 70.0 94.7 29.4 71.5 72.3

81,608 15.3 59.2 27.7 48.3 45.8
277,776 79.0 166.7 56.6 68.0 37.3
287,521 20.5 104.4 52.3 114.8 60.0

31,577 2.6 4.8 25.0 63.6 30.1
26,780 -0.5 -11.9 4.0 43.2 20.2
17,111 -9.9 26.4 3.6 21.2 3.5

10,252 25.5 -32.1 34.2 25.3 0.8
370,737 38.2 68.8 35.2 52.7 43.3
14,202 -3.8 0.0 20.0 72.6 30.4


27,759 3.4 5.8
16,919 -3.4 -5.4


3.3 32.4 30.3
1.8 26.7 16.6


i





Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, The Urbanization of Florida's Population: An
SHistorical Perspective of County Growth, 1830-1970, and Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1995. Data from U.S.
w Bureau of the Census.








Table 1.20. COUNTIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1986 THROUGH 1995
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA

(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)


County

t-s,


1986 1987 1988


Estimates
1989 1991


1992 1993 1994 1995


Florida 9,747.0 12,938.1 11,654.1 12,000.2 12,327.6 12,650.9 13,196.0 13,424.4 13,608.6 13,878.9 14,149.3


151.4 181.6
15.3 18.5
97.7 127.0
20.0 22.5


171.5 173.9 176.1 179.1 183.8 186.2 190.7 193.9 198.3
17.2 17.5 17.8 18.1 18.9 19.2 19.5 19.7 20.3
120.1 122.5 124.4 125.8 128.6 131.3 134.1 136.3 139.2
22.3 22.8 23.0 23.0 22.7 23.1 23.3 24.2 24.3


273.0 399.0 349.7 363.0 376.3 388.4 409.4 417.7 427.0 436.3 445.0
1,018.3 1,255.5 1,147.9 1,176.8 1,206.7 1,232.5 1,278.4 1,294.1 1,317.5 1,340.2 1,364.2
9.3 11.0 9.7 9.8 10.1 10.8 11.2 11.8 11.5 11.6 12.0
58.5 111.0 85.7 91.4 97.0 103.2 115.6 118.7 121.7 124.9 127.6


Citrus 54.7 93.5
Clay 67.1 106.0
SCollier 86.0 152.1
Columbia 35.4 42.6

SDade 1,625.5 1,937.2
SDe Soto 19.0 23.9
o Dixie 7.8 10.6
Duval 571.0 673.0

O Escambia 233.8 262.8
S Flagler 10.9 28.7
Franklin 7.7 9.0
Gadsden 41.7 41.1

Gilchrist 5.8 9.7
SGlades 6.0 7.6
Gulf 10.7 11.5


. See footnote at end of table.


77.5 81.7 85.9 90.4 95.9 98.6 100.8 102.8 105.5
89.7 95.7 98.5 103.0 108.2 113.4 114.9 117.8 120.9
122.0 127.7 135.3 143.7 161.6 168.5 174.7 180.5 186.5
39.6 40.4 41.1 41.9 43.5 45.2 46.4 48.9 50.4


1,815.6 1,846.8 1,879.1 1,908.9 1,961.7 1,982.9 1,951.1 1,990.4 2,013.8
22.0 22.4 22.9 23.5 24.5 24.8 25.5 26.3 26.6
9.4 9.6 9.8 10.2 10.5 10.9 11.8 12.2 12.4
633.7 645.9 656.4 663.4 681.6 693.5 701.6 710.6 718.4


256.9 259.0 260.4 261.6 265.1 267.8 272.1 277.1 282.7
18.5 20.5 23.1 26.0 30.5 32.0 33.5 35.3 37.0
8.6 8.6 8.7 8.8 9.2 9.4 9.8 10.0 10.2
41.3 41.4 41.4 41.1 42.2 42.5 43.2 44.9 44.7


7.7 7.9 8.5 9.1 10.0 10.2
6.9 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.9 8.1
11.1 11.2 11.2 11.3 11.6 11.7


10.7 11.5 11.9
8.3 8.4 8.6
12.4 13.3 13.3


Continued . .


Census
1980 1990


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford

Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte











Table 1.20. COUNTIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1986 THROUGH 1995
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)

(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)


Estimates
1986 1987 1988 1989 1991 1992


9.4 9.5
20.1 20.0
23.3 24.0
76.5 83.4


1993 1994 1995


10.1 10.6 11.0 11.5 11.6 11.9 12.5
19.9 19.7 19.8 21.1 22.0 22.5 22.9
24.8 25.3 27.2 27.8 28.1 28.7 29.5
90.5 95.5 104.4 108.1 111.7 114.9 117.9


Highlands 47.5 68.4
Hillsborough 646.9 834.1
Holmes 14.7 15.8
Indian River 59.9 90.2

Jackson 39.2 41.4
i Jefferson 10.7 11.3
0 Lafayette 4.0 5.6
Lake 104.9 152.1

I Lee 205.3 335.1
SLeon 148.7 192.5
SLevy 19.9 25.9
Liberty 4.3 5.6

Madison 14.9 16.6
Manatee 148.4 211.7
Marion 122.5 194.8
Martin 64.0 100.9

SMonroe 63.2 78.0
Nassau 32.9 43.9
Okaloosa 109.9 143.8
SOkeechobee 20.3 29.6




y See footnote at end of table.


59.4 62.1 64.3 66.4 70.6 72.2 73.2 75.9 77.3
769.2 792.2 809.5 822.6 843.2 854.0 866.1 879.1 892.9
15.1 15.1 15.2 15.5 16.0 16.2 16.3 16.9 17.4
77.7 80.2 83.7 86.8 92.4 94.1 95.6 97.4 100.3

40.6 41.2 41.2 41.2 41.6 42.6 44.4 45.4 46.6
11.1 11.2 11.2 11.3 12.0 12.3 13.0 13.1 13.5
4.7 5.1 5.2 5.4 5.7 5.6 5.6 5.8 6.5
131.2 137.2 141.0 146.5 157.1 162.6 167.2 171.2 176.9

286.7 300.6 312.3 325.4 344.0 350.8 357.6 367.4 376.7
169.7 174.4 178.9 187.5 198.3 202.6 206.3 212.1 217.5
23.3 23.8 24.5 25.3 26.7 27.5 28.2 29.1 29.8
4.6 4.6 4.7 4.7 5.6 5.5 5.7 6.5 6.9

15.3 15.4 15.4 15.8 16.5 17.0 17.3 17.8 18.3
186.1 193.5 199.7 205.7 215.1 219.3 223.5 228.3 233.2
167.1 174.2 180.9 188.1 200.3 206.6 212.0 217.9 224.6
84.2 88.3 92.0 96.2 103.1 105.0 106.8 110.2 112.0

71.4 73.1 75.5 76.8 79.5 81.0 81.8 82.3 83.4
39.8 41.2 42.1 43.5 45.0 45.5 46.5 47.4 49.1
134.9 137.5 139.8 141.6 146.1 150.0 154.5 158.3 162.7
26.1 27.3 28.1 28.9 30.2 31.1 31.8 32.3 32.9




Continued .


A County

Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando


Census
1980 1990

8.8 10.9
20.4 19.5
18.6 25.8
44.5 101.1


--









Table 1.20. COUNTIES:


CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES,
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)


APRIL 1, 1986 THROUGH 1995


a




County


Census
1980 1990


Estimates
1986 1987 1988 1989 1991


1992 1993 1994 1995


Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco

Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns

St. Lucie
* Santa Rosa
- Sarasota
Seminole

2 Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union

Volusia
N Wakulla
O Walton
Washington


470.9
49.3
576.8
193.7

728.5
321.7
50.5
51.3

87.2
56.0
202.3
179.8


677.5
107.7
863.5
281.1

851.7
405.4
65.1
83.8

150.2
81.6
277.8
287.5


24.3 31.6
22.3 26.8
16.5 17.1
10.2 10.3

258.8 370.7
10.9 14.2
21.3 27.8
14.5 16.9


577.9 602.8 622.3
82.2 87.6 95.2
753.7 784.8 817.5
249.1 258.2 267.0


652.4
101.0
841.5
274.4


814.4 825.7 834.0 844.6
374.1 383.0 391.6 399.0
59.5 61.0 62.3 63.9
72.1 74.2 78.3 82.0

122.9 129.5 136.3 144.1
70.2 73.3 75.6 79.1
251.1 258.1 264.3 271.4
238.1 251.4 264.7 277.3


701.3 712.6 727.8 740.2 759.0
114.4 119.8 125.7 131.1 136.6
883.0 897.0 918.2 937.2 962.8
285.4 290.3 294.0 298.9 305.6

855.8 860.7 865.0 870.7 876.2
414.7 420.9 429.9 437.2 443.2
66.0 67.8 67.6 69.0 69.5
86.1 88.4 91.2 94.8 98.2

155.1 158.9 163.2 166.8 171.2
83.9 88.0 90.3 93.8 96.1
283.1 287.2 290.6 296.0 301.5
298.1 305.9 310.9 316.6 324.1


28.6 29.3 29.8 30.9 32.0 33.1 33.8 35.2 36.5
25.0 25.3 25.7 26.3 27.4 27.6 28.6 29.3 30.5
17.1 17.2 17.2 17.2 17.4 17.4 17.4 17.5 18.3
10.4 10.6 10.1 10.3 10.6 11.4 12.0 12.5 12.6


321.1
12.9
25.5
15.8


333.6 347.6 360.2 376.7
13.2 13.5 13.8 14.4
26.2 26.6 27.1 29.2
16.3 16.5 16.8 17.2


Note: These are revised intercensal estimates that incorporate the effects of 1990
census counts, and any changes that may have occurred in the underlying base data. Esti
Broward counties as a result of Hurricane Andrew in August 1992.


384.0 390.1 396.6 403.0
14.7 15.4 16.4 17.0
29.7 30.6 31.9 33.4
17.4 17.6 18.1 19.0




:ensus counts, all revisions to 1980
inmates reflect changes to Dade and


Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Special Population Re-
ports, May 1991, and Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1995. Census data from U.S. Bureau of the Census.


(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)









1.00 Population


Florida Statistical Abstract 1996


Table 1.31. COUNTIES AND CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1995, IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES
OF FLORIDA


Area

Florida
Incorporated
Unincorporated

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

Baker
Glen St. Mary
Macclenny
Unincorporated

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

Bradford
Brooker
Hampton
Lawtey
Starke
Unincorporated

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


Census
1990

12,938,071
6,415,302
6,522,769

181,596
4,547
1,372
85,075
1,305
3,144
122
626
1,644
1,017
82,744

18,486
480
3,966
14,040

126,994
12,253
1,479
9,298
992
34,396
4,051
4,598
8,719
51,208

22,515
312
296
676
5,226
16,005

398,978
8,014
17,722
12,123
2,844

6,933
1,977
60,034
3,078
591
62,543
210


Estimates
1995

14,149,317
6,889,514
7,259,803

198,261
5,612
1,427
96,051
1,381
3,477
113
647
2,135
1,047
86,371

20,275
467
4,201
15,607

139,173
13,879
1,648
10,590
1,009
36,706
4,583
4,926
9,389
56,443

24,336
312
311
686
5,142
17,885

444,992
8,399
17,942
12,713
2,940

7,498
2,313
66,350
3,190
608
73,137
484


Area


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

Calhoun
Altha
Blountstown
Unincorporated

Charlotte
Punta Gorda
Unincorporated

Citrus
Crystal River
Inverness
Unincorporated


See footnotes at end of table.


Census Estimates
1990 1995



16,023 18,125
9,889 10,105
39,394 41,495
8,399 9,023
149,204 170,670

1,255,531 1,364,168
27,269 33,388
21,335 27,398
78,864 93,439
13,183 17,201
47,143 54,611
46,997 48,393
149,238 149,491
30,997 31,489
1,748 1,758
121,720 125,342

2,990 3,003
27,341 27,845
49,015 50,022
33 40
10,378 10,421
42,985 47,279
40,663 44,412
26,473 27,237
26,326 28,095
3,773 8,491
4,933 4,911
65,566 87,948
66,814 75,184
72,411 73,950
619 614
65,683 73,456
44,822 48,758
11,804 11,868
154,408 158,124

11,011 11,988
497 558
2,404 2,465
8,110 8,965

110,975 127,646
10,637 11,978
100,338 115,668

93,513 105,468
4,050 4,123
5,797 6,644
83,666 94,701

Continued .


Bureau of Economic and Business Research


University of Florida











Table 1.31. COUNTIES AND CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1995, IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES
OF FLORIDA (Continued)


Area

Clay
Green Cove Springs
Keystone Heights
Orange Park
Penney Farms
Unincorporated

Collier
Everglades
Naples
Unincorporated

Columbia
Ft. White
Lake City
Unincorporated

Dade
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 i/
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

De Soto
Arcadia
Unincorporated


Census
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


Estimates
1995

120,896
4,847
1,333
9,514
638
104,564

186,504
543
20,605
165,356

50,387
560
10,055
39,772

2,013,821
3,087
4,717
3,068
40,950
2,500
4,898
831
203,911
11,305
23,190

52
13
8,892
868
365,498
91,775
10,149
13,353
5,861
50,758
36,171
16,160
10,527
4,270
14,060
2,272
5,837
1,078,848

26,640
6,617
20,023


See footnotes at end of table.

University of Florida


Area

Dixie
Cross City
Horseshoe Beach
Unincorporated

Duval
Atlantic Beach
Baldwin
Jacksonville Beach
Neptune Beach
Jacksonville (Duval)

Escambia
Century
Pensacola
Unincorporated

Flaqler
Beverly Beach
Bunnell
Flagler Beach
Marineland (part)
Unincorporated

Franklin
Apalachicola
Carrabelle
Unincorporated

Gadsden
Chattahoochee
Greensboro
Gretna
Havana
Midway
Quincy
Unincorporated

Gilchrist
Bell
Fanning Springs
(part)
Trenton
Unincorporated

Glades
Moore Haven
Unincorporated

Gulf
Port St. Joe


Census
1990

10,585
2,041
252
8,292

672,971
11,636
1,450
17,839
6,816
635,230

262,798
1,989
59,198
201,611

28,701
314
1,873
3,818
21
22,675

8,967
2,602
1,200
5,165

41,116
4,382
586
1,981
1,717
976
7,452
24,022

9,667
267

230
1,287
7,883

7,591
1,432
6,159

11,504
4,044


Estimates
1995

12,416
2,033
186
10,197

718,355
12,802
1,546
19,866
7,423
676,718

282,742
2,046
60,373
220,323

36,997
322
2,087
4,175
12
30,401

10,236
2,796
1,358
6,082

44,734
4,259
580
2,298
1,858
1,110
7,351
27,278

11,888
286

231
1,354
10,017

8,551
1,558
6,993

13,271
4,134


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Table 1.31. COUNTIES AND CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1995, IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES
OF FLORIDA (Continued)


Area


Gulf (Continued)
Wewahitchka
Unincorporated

Hamilton
Jasper
Jennings
White Springs
Unincorporated

Hardee
Bowling Green
Wauchula
Zolfo Springs
Unincorporated

Hendry
Clewiston
La Belle
Unincorporated

Hernando
Brooksville
Weeki Wachee
Unincorporated

Highlands
Avon Park
Lake Placid
Sebring
Unincorporated

Hillsborough
Plant City
Tampa
Temple Terrace
Unincorporated

Holmes
Bonifay
Esto
Noma
Ponce de Leon
Westville
Unincorporated

Indian River
Fellsmere
Indian River
Shores
Orchid
Sebastian


Census
1990



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
10,248


Estimates
1995



1,821
7,316

12,487
2,075
801
823
8,788

22,885
1,962
3,632
1,264
16,027

29,497
6,357
3,095
20,045

117,895
7,814
7
110,074

77,270
8,144
1,345
8,949
58,832

892,874
25,465
285,153
18,724
563,532

17,385
2,751
314
222
450
283
13,365

100,261
2,354

2,599
25
13,488


See footnotes at end of table.


University of Florida


Census Estimates
1990 1995


Area


Indian River (Continued)
Vero Beach 17,350 17,681
Unincorporated 58,143 64,114

Jackson 41,375 46,577
Alford 482 522
Bascom 90 96
Campbellton 202 244
Cottondale 900 995
Graceville 2,675 2,696
Grand Ridge 536 608
Greenwood 474 502
Jacob City 261 308
Malone 765 2,136
Marianna 6,292 6,226
Sneads 1,746 2,044
Unincorporated 26,952 30,200

Jefferson 11,296 13,509
Monticello 2,603 2,896
Unincorporated 8,693 10,613

Lafayette 5,578 6,516
Mayo 917 936
Unincorporated 4,661 5,580

Lake 152,104 176,931
Astatula 981 1,162
Clermont 6,910 7,233
Eustis 12,856 13,971
Fruitland Park 2,715 2,935
Groveland 2,300 2,391
Howey-in-the-Hills 724 787
Lady Lake 8,071 12,045
Leesburg 14,783 15,014
Mascotte 1,761 2,297
Minneola 1,515 2,182
Montverde 890 1,097
Mount Dora 7,316 8,251
Tavares 7,383 8,078
Umatilla 2,350 2,406
Unincorporated 81,549 97,082

Lee 335,113 376,702
Cape Coral 74,991 85,807
Ft. Myers 44,947 46,474
Sanibel 5,468 5,753
Unincorporated 209,707 238,668

Leon 192,493 217,533
Tallahassee 124,773 137,057
Unincorporated 67,720 80,476

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Table 1.31. COUNTIES AND CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1995, IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES
OF FLORIDA (Continued)


Area

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

Liberty
Bristol
Unincorporated

Madison
Greenville
Lee
Madison
Unincorporated

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

Marion
Belleview
Dunnellon
McIntosh
Ocala
Reddick
Unincorporated

Martin
Jupiter Island
Ocean Breeze Park
Sewall's Point
Stuart
Unincorporated

Monroe
Key Colony Beach
Key West
Layton
Unincorporated


Census
1990

25,912
875
668
1,917

263
1,241
136
2,168
635
18,009

5,569
937
4,632

16,569
950
306
3,345
11,968

211,707
1,744
43,769
1,657
4,810
2,544
9,268
147,915

194,835
2,678
1,639
411
42,045
554
147,508

100,900
549
519
1,588
11,936
86,308

78,024
977
24,832
183
52,032


Estimates
1995

29,843
857
704
1,929

291
1,282
124
2,258
617
21,781

6,873
1,027
5,846

18,344
1,023
314
3,420
13,587

233,160
1,840
47,679
1,673
5,025
2,647
9,747
164,549

224,612
3,287
1,795
423
43,207
570
175,330

112,036
581
515
1,707
13,435
95,798

83,401
1,049
26,842
200
55,310


Area

Nassau
Callahan
Fernandina Beach
Hilliard
Unincorporated

Okaloosa
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
Kissimmnee
St. Cloud
Unincorporated

Palm Beach
Atlantis
Belle Glade
Boca Raton
Boynton Beach
Briny Breezes
Cloud Lake
Delray Beach


Census Estimates
1990 1995

43,941 49,127
946 985
8,765 9,673
2,276 2,492
31,954 35,977

143,777 162,707
386 390
9,886 12,155
8,090 9,381
21,407 22,003
543 584
4,139 4,347
10,509 11,575
341 612
6,316 6,534
82,160 95,126

29,627 32,855
4,943 5,069
24,684 27,786

677,491 758,962
13,611 18,449
19 24
5,272 5,591
2,505 2,489
1,062 1,137
1,776 23
8,932 9,525
700 755
12,778 18,578
164,674 170,307
1,371 1,692
9,863 12,098
22,623 24,570
432,305 493,724

107,728 136,627
30,337 37,177
13,005 15,829
64,386 83,621

863,503 962,802
1,653 1,691
16,177 17,006
61,486 66,760
46,284 49,085
400 395
121 119
47,184 50,195


See footnotes at end of table.

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Table 1.31. COUNTIES AND CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1995, IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES
OF FLORIDA (Continued)


Census
1990


Area


Palm Beach (Continued)
Glen Ridge 207
Golf Village 184
Golfview 153
Greenacres City 18,683
Gulf Stream 690
Haverhill 1,058
Highland Beach 3,209
Hypoluxo 807
Juno Beach 2,172
Jupiter 24,907
Jupiter Inlet
Colony 405
Lake Clarke Shores 3,364
Lake Park 6,704
Lake Worth 28,564
Lantana 8,392
Manalapan 312
Mangonia Park 1,453
North Palm Beach 11,343
Ocean Ridge 1,570
Pahokee 6,822
Palm Beach 9,814
Palm Beach Gardens 22,990
Palm Beach Shores 1,035
Palm Springs 9,763
Riviera Beach 27,646
Royal Palm Beach 15,532
South Bay 3,558
South Palm Beach 1,480
Tequesta Village 4,499
West Palm Beach 67,764
Unincorporated 405,118

Pasco 281,131
Dade City 5,633
New Port Richey 14,044
Port Richey 2,521
St. Leo 1,009
San Antonio 776
Zephyrhills 8,220
Unincorporated 248,928

Pinellas 851,659
Belleair 3,963
Belleair Beach 2,070
Belleair Bluffs 2,234
Belleair Shore 60
Clearwater 98,784
Dunedin 34,027
Gulfport 11,709
Indian Rocks Beach 3,963

See footnotes at end of table.

University of Florida


Estimates
1995


217
195
151
23,296
712
1,192
3,251
1,129
2,539
29,046

405
3,646
6,919
29,167
8,429
328
1,382
11,844
1,605
6,944
9,856
31,011
1,036
9,825
27,634
17,196
4,042
1,495
4,592
76,418
462,049

305,576
5,932
14,390
2,658
714
838
8,694
272,350

876,200
4,043
2,104
2,221
60
101,162
34,988
11,876
4,178


Area


Pinellas (Continued)
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

St. Johns
Hastings
Marineland (part)
St. Augustine


Census Estimates
1990 1995



1,405 1,473
4,345 4,345
65,910 67,465
4,225 4,250

1,135 1,154
8,361 8,925
43,571 44,176
1,626 1,607
2,366 2,420
15,120 16,135
240,318 241,563
9,200 9,459
9,251 9,709
5,644 5,860
17,874 19,146
7,266 7,357
257,232 270,524

405,382 443,153
8,846 9,267
14,716 14,927
1,529 1,769
2,335 2,525
1,758 1,889
4,993 5,517
2,875 2,905
11,683 12,601
155 157
221 235
3,622 3,716
1,128 1,121
9,670 9,894
70,576 74,626
2,988 3,327
1,439 1,615
24,725 25,409
242,123 271,653

65,070 69,516
1,859 1,843
1,160 1,376
10,444 10,705
726 758
533 575
50,348 54,259

83,829 98,188
595 655
0 0
11,695 12,090

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Table 1.31. COUNTIES AND CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1995, IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES
OF FLORIDA (Continued)


Census
1990


Area


St. Johns (Cont.)
St. Augustine Beach
Unincorporated

St. Lucie
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

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

Summer
Bushnell
Center Hill
Coleman
Webster
wildwood
Unincorporated

Suwannee
Branford
Live Oak
Unincorporated


Estimates
1995


Area


Taylor
3,657 4,024 Perry
67,882 81,419 Unincorporated


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


171,160
37,029
71,776
601
61,754

96,091
5,922
689
7,511
81,969

301,528

3,806
15,161
51,143
18,450
212,968

324,130
37,917
24,144
7,251
13,602
17,910
35,311
25,673
162,322

36,456
2,273
758
854
832
3,950
27,789

30,534
670
6,481
23,383


Union
Lake Butler
Raiford
Worthington Springs
Unincorporated

volusia
Daytona Beach
Daytona Beach Shores
DeBary 1/
DeLand
Edgewater
Holly Hill
Lake Helen
New Smyrna Beach
Oak Hill
Orange City
Ormond Beach
Pierson
Ponce Inlet
Port Orange
South Daytona
Unincorporated

Wakulla
St. Marks
Sopchoppy
Unincorporated

walton
DeFuniak Springs
Freeport
Paxton
Unincorporated

Washington
Caryville
Chipley
Ebro
Vernon
Wausau
Unincorporated


Census Estimates
1990 1995

17,111 18,322
7,151 7,259
9,960 11,063


10,252
2,116
198
178
7,760

370,737
61,991
2,197
0
16,622
15,351
11,141
2,344
16,549
917
5,347
29,721
2,988
1,704
35,399
12,488
155,978

14,202
307
367
13,528

27,759
5,200
843
600
21,116

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


12,647
2,121
262
178
10,086

402,970
63,306
2,680
11,336
17,973
17,484
11,539
2,438
18,393
1,070
6,117
31,539
1,230
2,120
39,750
12,889
163,106

17,005
297
389
16,319

33,415
5,384
952
605
26,474

19,010
579
4,111
257
860
322
12,881


1/ Not incorporated in 1990.
Note: Census counts include all adjustments made through September 30, 1995. Esti-
mates reflect changes to Dade and Broward counties as a result of Hurricane Andrew in
August 1992.
Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population
Program, Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1995. Census data from U.S. Bureau
of the Census.


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Table 1.34. AGE, RACE, AND SEX: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1995, BY AGE, RACE, AND SEX
IN FLORIDA


Total


Female


All races
Male




6,261,770
1,243,364
859,036
1,954,702
1,201,564
331,267
279,758
204,877
118,468
68,734




6,872,344
1,404,145
872,298
2,065,798
1,396,666
338,816
319,418
237,722
149,773
87,708


Black 1/
Total Male


1,772,356
523,856
305,932
555,627
258,632
44,214
33,373
25,375
14,592
10,755




2,042,645
621,667
334,817
620,528
318,354
49,154
38,953
27,234
18,247
13,691


1/ "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 misreporting.
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 Stud-
ies, July 1996, Volume 29, No. 3. Bulletin No. 115, and unpublished data.


5,648,571
904,694
651,642
1,631,285
1,190,868
378,500
326,846
262,015
173,779
128,942




6,091,082
1,006,695
640,384
1,689,928
1,342,944
372,013
372,357
295,593
214,028
157,140


Female


Total


white
Male


Census, 1990


All ages
0-14
15-24
25-44
45-64
65-69
70-74
75-79
80-84
85 and over




All ages
0-14
15-24
25-44
45-64
65-69
70-74
75-79
80-84
85 and over


10,971,995
1,860,162
1,343,380
3,290,085
2,259,374
689,346
592,046
456,675
286,770
194,157


Estimates, 1995


5,323,424
955,468
691,738
1,658,800
1,068,506
310,846
265,200
194,660
112,991
65,215


12,937,926
2,428,671
1,682,627
3,920,704
2,549,998
737,129
627,699
483,532
302,099
205,467




14,149,317
2,746,617
1,696,836
4,127,110
2,938,456
741,499
716,503
551,263
376,352
254,681


6,676,156
1,185,307
823,591
1,966,002
1,348,434
405,862
347,941
278,655
183,631
136,733




7,276,973
1,342,472
824,538
2,061,312
1,541,790
402,683
397,085
313,541
226,579
166,973


Female




926,433
258,662
155,845
294,065
139,962
25,364
19,812
15,803
9,447
7,473


845,923
265,194
150,087
261,562
118,670
18,850
13,561
9,572
5,145
3,282




986,586
315,541
169,850
298,915
144,097
21,077
16,001
10,392
6,346
4,367


1,056,059
306,126
164,967
321,613
174,257
28,077
22,952
16,842
11,901
9,324


11,856,392
2,064,455
1,321,336
3,413,478
2,575,876
687,711
674,386
522,077
356,952
240,121


5,765,310
1,057,760
680,952
1,723,550
1,232,932
315,698
302,029
226,484
142,924
82,981








Tal






o County

A Florida

Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
i Citrus
'0
Clay
SCollier
SColumbia

SDade
De Soto
a Dixie

SDuval
Escambia
Flagler

Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
a Glades




B See foc


le 1.35. AGE AND SEX: ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP AND MEDIAN AGE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
APRIL 1, 1995


Total

14,149,317


Sex
Male Female

6,872,344 7,276,973


198,261 97,902
20,275 10,703
139,173 68,510

24,336 13,652
444,992 218,837
1,364,168 655,561

11,988 6,369
127,646 61,518
105,468 50,360

120,896 59,685
186,504 91,570
50,387 25,673

2,013,821 971,352
26,640 14,341
12,416 6,454

718,355 351,112
282,742 138,315
36,997 17,742

10,236 5,129
44,734 22,160
11,888 6,343
8,551 4,268




)tnotes at end of table.


100,359
9,572
70,663

10,684
226,155
708,607

5,619
66,128
55,108

61,211
94,934
24,714

1,042,469
12,299
5,962

367,243
144,427
19,255

5,107
22,574
5,545
4,283


0-14

2,746,617

37,612
4,713
30,396

4,661
85,042
256,363

2,276
16,970
14,874

28,377
33,209
11,471

439,291
5,231
2,453

167,733
61,300
5,552

1,790
10,983
2,334
1,601


15-24

1,696,836

49,615
3,392
18,553

3,536
49,527
137,955

1,866
10,676
8,525

16,717
17,459
6,988

257,334
3,487
1,640

99,274
41,913
3,397

1,196
6,717
2,446
1,075


25-44

4,127,110

62,187
6,647
42,902

8,076
132,761
422,287

3,718
26,574
21,210

38,417
48,692
14,510

613,015
7,558
3,220

238,441
86,920
8,055

2,531
13,547
3,038
2,084


Age

45-64

2,938,456

30,158
3,783
29,363

4,901
97,467
275,818

2,385
30,554
25,742

26,127
42,483
10,624

422,599
5,210
2,924

132,921
56,599
9,346

2,772
8,404
2,483
2,011


65 and
over

2,640,298

18,689
1,740
17,959

3,162
80,195
271,745

1,743
42,872
35,117

11,258
44,661
6,794

281,582
5,154
2,179

79,986
36,010
10,647

1,947
5,083
1,587
1,780


18 and
over

10,948,741

154,471
14,511
103,470

18,725
345,985
1,068,979

9,213
107,361
87,669

86,953
148,203
36,716

1,503,054
20,432
9,507

526,156
211,082
30,364

8,082
31,791
9,004
6,590


Continued . .


Median
1/

37.8

28.5
31.7
34.9

34.6
38.3
38.7

35.1
52.2
51.9

33.7
42.5
34.9

35.1
37.2
38.0

32.6
33.4
48.4

41.9
32.2
33.1
40.7











Table 1.35. AGE AND SEX: ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP AND MEDIAN AGE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
APRIL 1, 1995 (Continued)


Sex
Total Male Female

13,271 7,129 6,142
12,487 6,709 5,778
22,885 12,210 10,675

29,497 15,028 14,469
117,895 56,454 61,441
77,270 36,607 40,663


Hillsborough 892,874 436,025 456,849
Holmes 17,385 9,095 8,290
Indian River 100,261 48,318 51,943


65 and 18 and Median
0-14 15-24 25-44 45-64 over over 1/


2,437 1,868 4,070
2,586 2,195 3,906
5,278 3,414 6,421


2,969 1,927 10,262 35.9
2,375 1,425 9,238 32.5
4,230 3,542 16,613 32.9


8,179 4,556 8,223 5,317 3,222
18,003 10,236 23,829 27,799 38,028
12,055 6,733 14,331 16,261 27,890


19,951 30.0
96,574 50.3
62,986 53.0


190,703 115,928 289,441 180,396 116,406 671,845 34.7
3,189 2,709 4,882 3,838 2,767 13,460 36.4
16,613 9,335 24,082 21,431 28,800 80,783 45.1


9 Jackson
O Jefferson
Lafayette

SLake
Lee
Leon

Levy
Liberty
S Madison


46,577 24,452 22,125
13,509 6,060 7,449
6,516 3,775 2,741

176,931 84,811 92,120
376,702 181,997 194,705
217,533 104,661 112,872

29,843 14,320 15,523
6,873 4,025 2,848
18,344 9,571 8,773


8,503 8,041 13,928 9,543
2,871 1,895 4,028 2,796
1,210 1,101 2,267 1,218


6,562 36,102 34.3
1,919 10,055 35.2
720 5,044 32.4


30,006 16,213 39,973 39,752 50,987 141,961 46.2
64,753 35,603 96,290 84,989 95,067 301,579 43.3
40,201 55,274 67,376 37,027 17,655 169,283 29.2


5,755 3,472 7,282 6,865 6,469
1,245 1,038 2,451 1,412 727
4,147 2,805 5,561 3,338 2,493


22,987 40.9
5,358 34.2
13,439 32.7


Manatee 233,160 110,932 122,228
Marion 224,612 108,053 116,559
SMartin 112,036 54,815 57,221

Monroe 83,401 42,689 40,712
Nassau 49,127 24,303 24,824
SOkaloosa 162,707 81,591 81,116



See footnotes at end of table.


39,436 21,998 58,154 48,809 64,763 187,427 44.0
41,542 23,677 53,995 49,980 55,418 175,643 42.5
17,426 9,940 28,815 24,477 31,378 91,669 44.9

13,456 7,596 28,400 20,663 13,286 68,090 39.9
10,973 6,614 14,904 11,319 5,317 36,020 35.1
37,099 21,986 55,215 31,880 16,527 119,662 33.0


Continued . .


A

SCounty

A Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee

Hendry
Hernando
Highlands























Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas

Polk
Putnam
St. Johns

13 St. Lucie
It Santa Rosa
Sarasota

Seminole
1 Sumter
Suwannee

Taylor
Union
Volusia

a Wakulla
I Walton
SWashington


Table 1.35. AGE AND SEX: ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP AND MEDIAN AGE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
APRIL 1, 1995 (Continued)


s

o County

0 Okeechc


Age

0-14 15-24 25-44 45-64


65 and
over


18 and Median
over 1/


32,855 16,589 16,266 7,587 4,184 8,052 6,862 6,170 23,926 36.9
758,962 376,452 382,510 161,976 114,086 261,348 139,681 81,871 571,732 32.5
136,627 67,029 69,598 29,665 17,972 41,896 28,465 18,629 102,006 35.2

962,802 462,964 499,838 173,414 91,926 269,586 196,628 231,248 763,221 41.0
305,576 145,053 160,523 46,539 27,751 67,032 64,097 100,157 250,950 48.4
876,200 413,471 462,729 138,986 83,815 239,396 190,427 223,576 713,925 43.1

443,153 214,897 228,256 89,801 53,507 117,032 93,004 89,809 337,926 38.4
69,516 33,856 35,660 14,561 8,411 17,449 15,397 13,698 52,219 38.9
98,188 47,811 50,377 17,757 12,080 28,815 22,242 17,294 77,154 38.9

171,160 83,396 87,764 32,827 18,000 45,854 36,313 38,166 132,763 40.1
96,091 47,854 48,237 21,285 12,448 31,650 20,632 10,076 70,933 34.1
301,528 141,823 159,705 40,983 24,040 68,379 69,132 98,994 253,538 49.9


324,130 159,080 165,050
36,456 18,685 17,771
30,534 14,822 15,712

18,322 9,205 9,117
12,647 8,270 4,377
402,970 195,157 207,813

17,005 8,340 8,665
33,415 16,922 16,493
19,010 9,482 9,528


67,860 41,528 111,591 69,310 33,841 243,706 34.9
6,577 4,439 8,857 8,210 8,373 28,603 41.0
6,109 4,343 7,528 7,041 5,513 22,997 38.4


4,176 2,552 5,147
2,157 1,914 5,256
69,047 46,927 109,194


3,804 2,643 13,365 34.4
2,337 983 10,042 33.3
85,389 92,413 322,365 40.7


3,723 2,434 4,949 3,812 2,087
5,938 4,216 8,969 8,109 6,183
3,751 2,748 4,916 4,206 3,389


12,461 36.2
26,170 39.5
14,390 37.2


1/ Estimates based on Bureau of the Census modified age, race, and sex data.
Note: Detail may not add to totals because of rounding.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program,
ies, July 1996, Volume 29, No. 3. Bulletin No. 115, and unpublished data.


Florida Population Stud-


Sex
Total Male Female


,bee


Orange
Osceola


--











Table 1.36. HISPANIC POPULATION: ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
APRIL 1, 1995


County

Florida


Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
hj Citrus

Clay
Collier
a Columbia

Dade
De Soto
SDixie

Duval
SEscambia
SFlagler

Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
i Glades




See foc


Sex
Total Male Female

2,014,681 1,005,710 1,008,971

7,966 4,080 3,886
216 153 63
2,651 1,366 1,285

480 358 122
18,298 9,237 9,061
170,656 85,289 85,367

227 134 93
3,738 1,986 1,752
2,539 1,192 1,347

4,320 2,133 2,187
26,129 14,492 11,637
888 429 459

1,126,929 548,323 578,606
4,308 2,852 1,456
114 77 37

21,765 11,211 10,554
6,052 3,068 2,984
2,119 1,005 1,114

69 30 39
1,073 622 451


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

443,229 292,897 682,099 366,240 230,216

1,363 3,029 2,528 677 369
29 23 104 42 18
659 481 881 440 190

55 52 245 99 29
4,570 2,809 6,133 3,161 1,625
39,442 25,393 65,635 27,551 12,635

57 33 104 29 4
760 644 1,107 686 541
463 270 484 676 646

1,252 725 1,487 627 229
7,801 4,722 8,808 3,524 1,274
239 156 259 124 110

217,057 148,331 374,391 227,929 159,221
1,308 852 1,720 320 108
22 23 50 16 3

5,953 3,223 8,242 2,939 1,408
1,537 949 2,172 927 467
495 347 497 459 321

17 10 21 13 8
378 171 394 89 41


71 28 51 85 44 18
416 326 172 313 123 51


>tnotes at end of table.


Continued . .









Table 1.36. HISPANIC POPULATION: ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
APRIL 1, 1995 (Continued)


S County

B Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee

Hendry
Hernando
Highlands

Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River


t Jackson
W Jefferson
Lafayette

SLake
Lee
.0 Leon


Levy
Liberty
Madison

Manatee
Marion
Martin

Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa


Total


256
459
5,471

7,988
4,468
4,394

131,305
240
3,662

1,394
279
316

5,826
22,213
7,034

649
179
298

13,555
10,182
7,025

11,084
607
5,608


Sex
Male Female


207
300
3,080

4,456
2,224
2,277

66,613
165
2,040

1,081
218
271

3,015
11,763
3,932

301
158
236

7,385
5,122
4,008

5,701
301
3,009


49
159
2,391

3,532
2,244
2,117

64,692
75
1,622

313
61
45

2,811
10,450
3,102

348
21
62

6,170
5,060
3,017

5,383
306
2,599


Age

0-14 15-24 25-44


28
125
1,925

2,685
1,048
1,353

31,039
45
1,091

91
25
31

1,692
6,317
1,123

155
10
57

4,559
2,631
2,203

2,382
188
1,533


42
88
1,134

1,435
568
712

20,297
40
576

166
43
37

916
4,008
2,377

110
20
39

2,525
1,378
1,143

1,307
88
804


135
179
1,628

2,618
1,127
1,274

42,728
109
1,209

794
152
192

1,819
7,125
2,598

167
123
162

4,399
3,063
2,558

3,655
186
2,190


See footnotes at end of table.


45-64

36
61
586

883
1,029
608

22,403
33
486

296
49
48

953
3,179
709

126
24
25

1,441
1,894
743

2,334
99
824


es ann


6b and
over

15
6
198

367
696
447

14,838
13
300

47
10
8

446
1,584
227

91
2
15

631
1,216
378

1,406
46
257


Continued . .










Table 1.36. HISPANIC POPULATION: ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
SAPRIL 1, 1995 (Continued)


Age
Sex 65 and
SCounty Total Male Female 0-14 15-24 25-44 45-64 over

SOkeechobee 4,763 2,802 1,961 1,858 918 1,568 328 91
Orange 101,522 50,557 50,965 26,106 17,703 36,451 15,014 6,248
Osceola 23,778 11,912 11,866 6,504 4,594 7,462 3,899 1,319

Palm Beach 95,282 50,048 45,234 24,177 14,394 34,458 15,377 6,876
Pasco 14,999 7,663 7,336 4,242 2,273 4,260 2,567 1,657
Pinellas 28,262 14,114 14,148 6,100 4,155 9,649 4,959 3,399

Polk 21,036 11,224 9,812 7,297 3,687 6,051 2,651 1,350
Putnam 2,079 1,073 1,006 741 327 543 277 191
St. Johns 2,916 1,432 1,484 703 368 934 571 340

j St. Lucie 10,107 5,483 4,624 2,755 1,662 3,376 1,377 937
4 Santa Rosa 1,730 885 845 533 277 608 223 89
Sarasota 8,579 4,385 4,194 1,927 1,216 2,791 1,610 1,035

3 Seminole 28,056 13,898 14,158 6,994 4,591 10,090 4,446 1,935
C Sumter 1,053 644 409 333 190 357 120 53
Suwannee 927 521 406 235 171 288 142 91

STaylor 280 173 107 50 55 129 30 16 .
SUnion 376 302 74 39 40 225 60 12
Volusia 21,851 11,489 10,362 6,277 3,821 6,742 3,069 1,942
n .
SWakulla 89 47 42 25 4 26 25 9
Walton 521 275 246 125 93 149 99 55
SWashington 235 159 76 61 39 92 32 11



Note: Detail may not add to totals because of rounding.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Special Population Reports:
SHispanic Population Estimates by Age and Sex for Florida and Its Counties, April 1, 1995. August 1996.




w-.


SCounty

Florid,


Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradfor
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
b3 Chariot
01 Citrus

t Clay
3 Collier
R Columbi

SDade
0 De Soto
Dixie

Duval
SEscambi
Flagler

Frankli
Gadsden
Gilchri
SGlades


Table 1.37. PERSONS AGED 65 AND OVER: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1995, BY AGE
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA



65-69 70-74 75-79 80-84 85 and over Percentage
Esti- Esti- Esti- Esti- Esti- aged 65
Census mates Census mates Census mates Census mates Census mates and over
1990 1995 1990 1995 1990 1995 1990 1995 1990 1995 1990 1995

a 737,129 741,499 627,699 716,503 483,532 551,263 302,099 376,352 205,467 254,681 18.2 18.7

5,652 5,616 4,256 5,139 3,176 3,593 2,064 2,437 1,594 1,904 9.2 9.4
475 594 391 448 284 322 181 222 119 154 7.8 8.6
5,673 6,103 4,040 5,003 2,799 3,380 1,611 2,137 1,019 1,336 11.9 12.9

d 962 946 689 904 501 607 344 396 228 309 12.1 13.0
24,416 24,969 18,598 23,798 12,108 16,390 6,697 9,356 4,265 5,682 16.6 18.0
66,625 63,490 66,832 67,082 61,690 60,696 39,750 48,880 24,398 31,597 20.7 19.9

481 469 374 462 342 338 237 264 158 210 14.5 14.5
te 12,517 12,613 10,563 12,349 7,375 9,063 4,281 5,547 2,570 3,300 33.6 33.6
10,174 10,789 8,313 10,008 5,785 7,360 3,066 4,397 1,807 2,563 31.2 33.3

3,225 3,577 2,248 3,120 1,628 2,031 994 1,376 846 1,154 8.4 9.3
11,975 13,725 9,810 12,922 6,649 9,162 3,894 5,660 2,128 3,192 22.7 23.9
a 2,063 2,155 1,533 1,985 1,047 1,322 597 798 380 534 13.2 13.5

80,679 82,361 64,600 70,644 55,537 53,659 38,461 42,186 29,145 32,732 13.9 14.0
1,495 1,502 1,323 1,526 934 1,094 523 630 317 402 19.2 19.3
612 799 406 617 278 383 139 247 97 133 14.5 17.5

25,010 24,871 18,494 21,667 13,599 15,702 8,314 10,476 5,985 7,270 10.6 11.1
a 11,247 11,083 8,189 10,217 5,770 6,959 3,450 4,571 2,488 3,180 11.9 12.7
3,275 3,866 2,180 3,313 1,048 1,944 482 954 303 570 25.4 28.8


n

,st


492 646 449 464 291 407
1,574 1,494 1,353 1,322 1,069 1,025
482 536 384 463 202 313
549 575 424 513 296 378


192 234
647 680
136 150
120 213


164 196 17.7 19.0
509 562 12.5 11.4
113 125 13.6 13.3
79 101 19.3 20.8


Continued . .












Table 1.37. PERSONS AGED 65 AND OVER: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1995, BY AGE
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)



65-69 70-74 75-79 80-84 85 and over Percentage
Esti- Esti- Esti- Esti- Esti- aged 65
Census mates Census mates Census mates Census mates Census mates and over
1990 1995 1990 1995 1990 1995 1990 1995 1990 1995 1990 1995


C
- 3

a




SCounty

Gulf
Hamiltor
Hardee


449 526 338 376
324 334 271 279
792 1,022 558 679


224 246 136 180 15.2 14.5
171 202 100 140 11.4 11.4
353 458 214 308 15.1 15.5


Hendry
Hernando
Highlands

Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River

0' Jackson
Jefferson
? Lafayette

g Lake
Lee
Leon

N Levy
I Liberty
Madison

Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe


1,023 1,051 712 882 540 596 323 416 203 277 10.9 10.9
11,953 12,201 9,332 11,615 5,635 7,855 2,508 4,096 1,522 2,261 30.6 32.3
7,403 7,628 6,572 8,328 4,654 5,990 2,557 3,858 1,558 2,086 33.2 36.1

34,478 35,012 27,070 32,023 19,750 23,294 11,931 15,319 8,217 10,758 12.2 13.0
804 816 629 761 501 513 330 395 216 282 15.7 15.9
8,260 8,197 7,086 8,554 4,676 6,274 2,787 3,573 1,642 2,202 27.1 28.7


1,841 1,848 1,548 1,608 1,310 1,318 887 996
516 567 416 505 335 392 226 255
227 231 167 205 109 141 74 89


568 792 14.9 14.1
175 200 14.8 14.2
38 54 11.0 11.0


13,461 14,458 11,212 14,827 8,506 10,594 5,248 6,879 3,239 4,229 27.4 28.8
27,822 28,432 23,435 27,206 16,350 19,870 9,343 12,362 5,648 7,197 24.6 25.2
5,325 5,584 4,246 4,691 2,910 3,677 1,880 2,186 1,340 1,517 8.2 8.1


1,758 2,003 1,415 1,863
197 250 176 179
662 696 603 618


904 1,389 513 758 296 456 18.8 21.7
123 146 75 90 50 62 11.2 10.6
490 512 336 370 228 297 14.0 13.6


17,136 16,548 15,799 17,378 12,396 14,013 8,090 9,748 5,761 7,076 28.0 27.8
15,556 17,082 12,415 16,548 8,170 11,643 4,222 6,396 2,534 3,749 22.0 24.7
8,985 8,702 7,772 8,921 5,600 6,891 3,267 4,215 1,898 2,649 27.3 28.0
4,665 4,394 3,475 3,840 2,285 2,670 1,251 1,591 671 791 15.8 15.9


Continued . .


601 599
376 470
1,028 1,075


1

















SCounty

Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechob

Orange
Osceola
Palm Bea


1,612 1,882 1,220 1,421 837 985 489 614
5,345 5,705 3,615 4,847 2,151 3,101 1,215 1,675
1,763 1,996 1,364 1,867 906 1,220 448 677


285 415 10.1 10.8
916 1,199 9.2 10.2
262 410 16.0 18.8


25,045 25,859 18,745 22,669 13,071 15,957 8,238 10,288 6,419 7,098 10.6 10.8
4,886 5,706 4,028 4,829 2,811 3,897 1,678 2,333 1,436 1,864 13.8 13.6
58,699 57,917 57,252 61,466 46,390 51,902 28,697 37,080 17,932 22,883 24.2 24.0

27,031 25,257 26,172 27,750 19,440 23,414 11,358 15,276 6,501 8,460 32.2 32.8
59,240 54,140 55,480 56,991 46,573 48,072 33,313 35,578 26,278 28,795 25.9 25.5
25,097 26,392 20,281 25,342 14,753 18,167 8,810 11,700 5,746 8,208 18.4 0.0


Putnam 4,303 4,443 3,211 4,023 2,172 2,636 1,198 1,591 730 1,005 17.8 19.7
St. Johns 4,964 5,492 3,709 4,885 2,475 3,458 1,413 2,053 1,131 1,406 16.3 17.6
C St. Lucie 11,312 11,800 9,133 11,271 6,088 8,169 2,989 4,567 1,762 2,359 20.8 22.3

r Santa Rosa 3,037 3,617 1,956 2,911 1,412 1,706 753 1,129 559 713 9.5 10.5
, Sarasota 25,967 25,285 23,807 26,790 18,835 21,721 12,058 14,833 8,471 10,365 32.1 32.8
Seminole 10,357 10,677 7,697 9,275 5,482 6,541 3,509 4,169 2,515 3,179 10.3 10.4

o Sumter 2,540 2,573 2,056 2,524 1,339 1,685 717 1,004 382 587 22.3 23.0
SSuwannee 1,400 1,599 1,080 1,463 893 1,044 639 776 477 631 16.8 18.1
Taylor 769 858 615 716 459 515 269 358 164 196 13.3 14.4
SUnion 279 316 216 284 131 189 76 113 62 81 7.5 7.8

Volusia 26,578 25,639 22,608 25,625 16,707 19,422 10,369 12,700 7,735 9,027 22.7 22.9
Wakulla 573 684 404 563 328 387 194 276 137 177 11.5 12.3
Walton 1,678 2,110 1,173 1,705 850 1,136 500 749 338 483 16.4 18.5
Washington 924 929 783 886 610 699 393 504 263 371 17.6 17.8


i Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, unpublished data. Census
Sdata from U.S. Bureau of the Census.


Table 1.37. PERSONS AGED 65 AND OVER: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1995, BY AGE
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)


65-69 70-74 75-79 80-84 85 and over Percentage
Esti- Esti- Esti- Esti- Esti- aged 65
Census mates Census mates Census mates Census mates Census mates and over
1990 1995 1990 1995 1990 1995 1990 1995 1990 1995 1990 1995


bee




ach


Pasco
Pinellas
Polk












Table 1.38. AGE AND SEX PROJECTIONS: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND


PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010,
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



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


See footnote at end of table.

University of Florida


Continued . .


Bureau of Economic and Business Research


BY AGE AND SEX


2000

15,415,135
980,222
1,025,662
954,731
923,373
523,604
399,769
900,470
911,599
968,282
1,143,584
1,174,697
1,072,363
963,609
802,142
725,146
729,206
736,949
643,297
438,746
321,057

7,499,168
499,915
522,722
489,111
472,917
268,771
204,146
464,639
469,428
490,203
569,194
578,599
523,410
463,307
375,913
334,120
339,139
335,473
279,414
178,470
113,194


Projections
2005

16,630,799
999,217
1,011,575
1,078,787
1,019,879
579,036
440,843
1,021,342
909,280
947,629
1,019,365
1,208,406
1,242,221
1,138,534
1,042,915
896,449
799,316
726,305
666,257
515,936
387,386

8,094,363
509,599
515,583
551,144
522,000
296,973
225,027
526,390
467,157
481,844
507,533
595,258
604,773
546,468
491,112
414,944
373,402
338,058
296,969
212,288
139,841


2010

17,824,739
1,058,176
1,028,316
1,062,673
1,140,187
648,444
491,743
1,112,793
1,024,174
942,866
995,634
1,080,297
1,277,532
1,312,698
1,226,501
1,153,530
976,736
789,562
652,803
531,897
458,364

8,673,123
539,666
524,096
542,881
582,047
331,737
250,310
572,640
525,251
478,376
497,114
531,918
622,367
629,089
576,505
535,786
457,167
368,205
296,896
224,723
168,396


1.00 Population


Florida Statistical Abstract 1996












Table 1.38. AGE AND SEX PROJECTIONS: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND


PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010,
IN FLORIDA (Continued)


Census
1990


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


6,676,156
425,801
395,203
364,303
390,989
220,989
170,000
432,602
522,904
530,879
479,959
432,260
355,035
309,037
312,086
372,276
405,862
347,941
278,655
183,631
136,733


2000

7,915,967
480,307
502,940
465,620
450,456
254,833
195,623
435,831
442,171
478,079
574,390
596,098
548,953
500,302
426,229
391,026
390,067
401,476
363,883
260,276
207,863


BY AGE AND SEX




Projections
2005

8,536,436
489,618
495,992
527,643
497,879
282,063
215,816
494,952
442,123
465,785
511,832
613,148
637,448
592,066
551,803
481,505
425,914
388,247
369,288
303,648
247,545


2010

9,151,616
518,510
504,220
519,792
558,140
316,707
241,433
540,153
498,923
464,490
498,520
548,379
655,165
683,609
649,996
617,744
519,569
421,357
355,907
307,174
289,968


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, Population
Program, unpublished data. Census data from U.S. Bureau of the Census.


Age


University of Florida


Bureau of Economic and Business Research


1.00 Population


Florida Statistical Abstract 1996











Table 1.39. MEDIAN AGE: CENSUS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1
2000, 2005, AND 2010, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA


Census Projections Census Projections
County 1990 2000 2005 2010 County 1990 2000 2005 2010

Florida 36.3 39.5 41.1 41.9 Lafayette 32.0 32.8 33.3 33.9
Lake 44.6 42.9 42.1 39.8
Alachua 28.2 29.1 29.2 29.2 Lee 42.0 45.2 47.4 49.5
Baker 30.2 31.7 32.0 32.7 Leon 28.8 30.0 30.7 31.1

Bay 33.2 36.7 37.9 38.3 Levy 38.4 39.5 39.1 38.0
Bradford 33.6 33.6 33.4 33.4 Liberty 32.5 34.1 33.7 34.0
Brevard 36.1 41.1 43.5 45.7 Madison 32.2 32.9 33.0 33.5

Broward 37.6 40.5 42.0 43.2 Manatee 42.9 45.5 47.4 49.4
Calhoun 33.4 34.5 34.4 34.8 Marion 40.0 40.5 40.4 38.9
Charlotte 53.7 50.0 48.5 46.9 Martin 44.3 44.1 44.3 43.6

Citrus 50.8 48.5 47.3 45.6 Monroe 38.8 43.3 45.7 47.5
Clay 32.0 35.5 36.3 37.2 Nassau 33.3 36.2 36.6 37.0
Collier 40.6 41.0 41.3 40.4 Okaloosa 31.3 36.0 37.7 38.8

Columbia 33.6 35.1 34.7 35.1 Okeechobee 34.3 34.0 33.3 32.5
Dade 34.2 36.6 37.6 38.2 Orange 31.4 35.1 36.2 36.9
De Soto 36.4 35.2 34.8 34.0 Osceola 33.6 36.4 37.2 37.5

Dixie 36.8 35.1 33.8 33.0 Palm Beach 39.8 43.0 45.0 46.8
Duval 31.4 34.9 35.8 36.2 Pasco 47.9 48.5 49.9 51.7
Escambia 32.3 35.2 36.2 36.6 Pinellas 42.1 44.8 46.7 48.5

Flagler 46.4 46.7 46.6 45.3 Polk 36.4 40.8 42.9 44.8
Franklin 38.9 38.8 38.6 37.8 Putnam 37.2 37.7 36.7 35.7
Gadsden 31.8 30.7 30.9 31.1 St. Johns 36.9 40.1 41.2 41.4

Gilchrist 33.5 33.5 33.7 34.2 St. Lucie 37.7 39.5 40.0 38.5
Glades 40.0 39.0 38.2 37.4 Santa Rosa 32.4 36.4 37.6 38.1
Gulf 35.6 35.6 35.5 35.8 Sarasota 48.9 51.5 53.4 55.4

Hamilton 30.8 31.5 32.1 32.9 Seminole 33.2 37.3 39.3 40.9
Hardee 32.7 32.2 31.9 31.8 Sumter 40.1 37.5 36.8 36.0
Hendry 30.3 28.9 28.7 28.2 Suwannee 36.5 37.4 36.9 37.2

Hernando 49.4 47.9 46.7 44.8 Taylor 33.5 34.0 33.7 33.7
Highlands 51.4 45.2 42.8 38.7 Union 31.2 32.9 32.9 33.3
Hillsborough 33.0 37.3 39.1 40.3 Volusia 39.3 43.0 45.1 47.2

Holmes 35.5 36.6 36.8 37.5 Wakulla 34.2 35.8 35.5 36.1
Indian River 43.8 43.7 43.6 42.5 Walton 37.7 39.7 40.3 39.7
Jackson 34.3 34.4 34.9 36.2 Washington 37.2 36.5 36.5 36.8
Jefferson 33.8 33.4 33.0 33.3





Note: Projections are based on Bureau of the Census modified age, race, and sex
data.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population
Program, unpublished data. Census data from U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the
Census, 1990 Census of Population: General Population Characteristics, Florida.

University of Florida Bureau of Economic and Business Research


1.00 Population


Florida Statistical Abstract 1996









Table 1.40. MALE AND FEMALE PROJECTIONS: PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, BY SEX IN THE STATE AND
COUNTIES OF FLORIDA


q County

; Florida

Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus

- Clay
Collier
g Columbia

SDade
a De Soto
Dixie

Duval
S Escambia
S Flagler

k Franklin
g Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades



Li


Total


2000
Male Female


Total


2005
Male Female


Total


2010
Male Female


15,415,135 7,499,168 7,915,967 16,630,799 8,094,363 8,536,436 17,824,739 8,673,123 9,151,616

212,997 105,554 107,443 226,500 112,423 114,077 239,803 119,080 120,723
22,005 11,740 10,265 23,402 12,461 10,941 24,797 13,154 11,643
150,099 73,739 76,360 160,803 78,865 81,938 171,302 83,844 87,458

25,402 14,334 11,068 26,300 14,780 11,520 27,095 15,169 11,926
492,802 241,370 251,432 539,495 263,616 275,879 585,397 285,455 299,942
1,465,601 706,001 759,600 1,564,001 755,168 808,833 1,660,301 802,349 857,952

12,599 6,703 5,896 13,099 6,953 6,146 13,598 7,199 6,399
147,404 71,098 76,306 166,698 80,491 86,207 185,798 89,794 96,004
119,599 57,062 62,537 133,401 63,739 69,662 147,202 70,431 76,771

136,198 67,126 69,072 151,203 74,381 76,822 165,900 81,405 84,495
220,102 108,145 111,957 251,902 123,339 128,563 283,496 138,460 145,036
55,101 27,924 27,177 59,802 30,181 29,621 64,399 32,370 32,029

2,129,202 1,030,098 1,099,104 2,241,202 1,086,167 1,155,035 2,350,705 1,139,449 1,211,256
30,196 16,580 13,616 32,502 17,634 14,868 34,701 18,653 16,048
13,999 7,305 6,694 15,404 8,007 7,397 16,802 8,696 8,106

760,901 371,696 389,205 802,199 391,757 410,442 842,503 411,122 431,381
302,390 150,014 152,376 316,604 157,330 159,274 329,699 163,663 166,036
45,594 21,822 23,772 54,302 25,975 28,327 62,898 30,074 32,824

11,100 5,597 5,503 11,797 5,919 5,878 12,501 6,242 6,259
47,197 23,742 23,455 48,601 24,442 24,159 50,099 25,164 24,935
13,901 7,387 6,514 15,701 8,263 7,438 17,500 9,129 8,371
10,169 5,408 4,761 10,966 5,770 5,196 11,663 6,086 5,577





Continued .











Table 1.40. MALE AND FEMALE PROJECTIONS: PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, BY SEX IN THE STATE AND
COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)


2000
Male Female


15,203 8,783 6,420
14,500 8,269 6,231
23,598 12,507 11,091


Total


2005
Male Female


15,699 9,009 6,690
15,404 8,707 6,697
24,301 12,795 11,506


Total


2010
Male Female


16,095 9,190 6,905
16,196 9,082 7,114
24,902 13,044 11,858


32,706 16,698 16,008 35,702 18,187 17,515 38,596 19,613 18,983
138,601 66,308 72,293 159,001 76,165 82,836 179,300 86,014 93,286
85,895 40,678 45,217 94,401 44,809 49,592 102,703 48,900 53,803


Hillsborough 955,598 466,577 489,021 1,016,501 496,057 520,444 1,076,099 524,481 551,618
Holmes 18,002 9,462 8,540 18,600 9,762 8,838 19,100 10,002 9,098
Indian River 111,301 53,538 57,763 122,000 58,707 63,293 132,597 63,870 68,727


Jackson
) Jefferson
) Lafayette

Lake
Lee
Leon

T Levy
o Liberty
SMadison

Manatee
Marion
SMartin

SMonroe
Nassau
Okaloosa

ft
ft


48,498 25,671 22,827
14,302 6,388 7,914
7,503 4,450 3,053


50,201 26,631 23,570
15,101 6,781 8,320
8,004 4,677 3,327


51,797 27,494 24,303
15,799 7,116 8,683
8,500 4,904 3,596


199,698 95,698 104,000 222,000 106,465 115,535 244,097 117,151 126,946
422,503 204,003 218,500 467,299 225,733 241,566 511,404 247,085 264,319
236,997 114,226 122,771 255,698 123,316 132,382 274,203 132,177 142,026


32,799 15,745 17,054
7,495 4,379 3,116
19,096 9,942 9,154


36,003 17,302 18,701
8,001 4,630 3,371
19,899 10,342 9,557


39,101 18,800 20,301
8,503 4,870 3,633
20,596 10,682 9,914


256,097 122,276 133,821 278,500 133,457 145,043 300,403 144,308 156,095
253,901 121,964 131,937 282,602 135,739 146,863 311,099 149,455 161,644
125,201 61,243 63,958 137,700 67,312 70,388 149,996 73,309 76,687

88,900 44,749 44,151 94,300 46,976 47,324 99,597 49,254 50,343
53,897 26,606 27,291 58,502 28,824 29,678 63,003 30,964 32,039
178,198 88,770 89,428 193,395 95,918 97,477 208,202 102,878 105,324




Continued .


2:
S


ft

q County

Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee


Total


Hendry
Hernando
Highlands








F Table 1.40. MALE AND FEMALE PROJECTIONS: PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, BY SEX IN THE STATE AND
B COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)


2000 2005 2010
County Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female

Okeechobee 37,445 19,226 18,219 40,846 20,781 20,065 44,246 22,361 21,885
SOrange 846,203 416,991 429,212 934,298 459,287 475,011 1,021,401 500,850 520,551
Osceola 163,900 80,351 83,549 190,905 93,487 97,418 217,798 106,438 111,360

Palm Beach 1,067,899 514,005 553,894 1,170,301 564,334 605,967 1,271,098 613,666 657,432
Pasco 334,800 159,213 175,587 363,199 173,360 189,839 391,002 187,269 203,733
Pinellas 907,298 431,172 476,126 937,698 448,116 489,582 967,803 464,145 503,658

Polk 477,802 231,448 246,354 511,400 247,639 263,761 544,303 263,409 280,894
Putnam 74,500 36,197 38,303 79,199 38,438 40,761 83,799 40,617 43,182
St. Johns 111,797 54,432 57,365 125,300 60,972 64,328 138,602 67,368 71,234

St. Lucie 194,798 94,608 100,190 218,099 105,801 112,298 241,100 116,854 124,246
S Santa Rosa 110,402 55,424 54,978 123,203 61,554 61,649 135,801 67,527 68,274
0 Sarasota 326,801 154,231 172,570 351,302 166,493 184,809 375,100 178,415 196,685

SSeminole 365,696 179,461 186,235 406,402 199,239 207,163 446,696 218,565 228,131
9 Sumter 43,699 23,739 19,960 47,595 25,549 22,046 51,396 27,351 24,045
Suwannee 33,398 16,220 17,178 36,197 17,575 18,622 38,998 18,908 20,090

Taylor 19,304 9,973 9,331 19,603 10,115 9,488 19,999 10,296 9,703
SUnion 13,398 8,627 4,771 14,201 9,005 5,196 14,899 9,323 5,576
SVolusia 442,397 214,258 228,139 480,800 233,085 247,715 518,499 251,422 267,077 .

n Wakulla 20,254 10,507 9,747 22,452 11,564 10,888 24,455 12,520 11,935
Walton 37,296 18,924 18,372 40,803 20,588 20,215 44,198 22,185 22,013
Washington 21,001 10,786 10,215 22,298 11,419 10,879 23,499 12,003 11,496
& 0





Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida Population Stud-
Sies, July 1996, Volume 29, No. 3. Bulletin No. 115.
0











Table 1.41. AGE PROJECTIONS:


PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, BY AGE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES
OF FLORIDA


a County

a Florida

Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
O Citrus

Clay
S Collier
Columbia

SDade
SDe Soto
SDixie

Duval
SEscambia
I Flagler

SFranklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
S Glades
ft

ft


2000

0-24 25-64

4,784,458 7,761,422

93,483 99,457
8,539 11,433
51,934 77,819

8,284 13,713
146,868 253,768
426,467 761,439

4,148 6,600
31,778 67,569
25,415 54,038

49,443 72,825
59,225 107,425
20,028 27,374

737,584 1,095,917
9,840 14,617
4,465 6,807

281,789 393,723
110,136 152,979
10,541 21,366

2,961 5,912
17,835 23,971
5,457 6,581


65 and
over

2,869,255

20,057
2,033
20,346

3,405
92,166
277,695

1,851
48,057
40,146

13,930
53,452
7,699

295,701
5,739
2,727

85,389
39,275
13,687

2,227
5,391
1,863


0-24

5,130,800

99,315
8,890
55,132

8,417
158,923
458,072

4,161
35,454
27,222

53,807
67,216
21,607

780,831
10,754
4,808

299,231
115,312
12,063

2,966
17,939
6,082


2005

25-64

8,404,799

105,887
12,244
83,060

14,289
278,209
819,233

6,948
78,166
61,321

80,347
122,605
29,601

1,147,550
15,557
7,411

413,013
159,408
25,513

6,263
24,869
7,522


65 and
over

3,095,200

21,298
2,268
22,611

3,594
102,363
286,696

1,990
53,078
44,858

17,049
62,081
8,594

312,821
6,191
3,185

89,955
41,884
16,726

2,568
5,793
2,097


3,044 5,163 1,962 3,227 5,621 2,118


0-24

5,402,145

104,240
9,205
57,820

8,544
167,952
480,768

4,192
38,268
28,570

57,332
74,203
22,876

812,238
11,589
5,123

313,087
118,926
13,338

2,991
18,034
6,656


2010

25-64

9,013,232

112,228
13,054
88,391

14,684
302,946
871,443

7,265
87,779
67,981

87,499
136,778
31,803

1,203,757
16,357
8,007

432,958
166,073
29,472

6,512
25,719
8,418


65 and
over

3,409,362

23,335
2,538
25,091

3,867
114,499
308,090

2,141
59,751
50,651

21,069
72,515
9,720

334,710
6,755
3,672

96,458
44,700
20,088

2,998
6,346
2,426


3,363 6,013 2,287


Continued -









Table


a



SCounty

SGulf
Hamilton
Hardee

Hendry
Hernando
Highlands

Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River

W Jackson
C1 Jefferson
Lafayette

Lake
Lee
Leon

SLevy
Liberty
S Madison

Manatee
Marion
B Martin

SMonroe
Nassau
Okaloosa



'I


S1.41. AGE PROJECTIONS: PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, BY AGE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES
OF FLORIDA (Continued)


2000


2005


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

4,641 8,498 2,064 4,742 8,801 2,156
5,187 7,750 1,563 5,305 8,377 1,722
8,893 11,059 3,646 9,167 11,365 3,769

14,120 15,083 3,503 15,561 16,310 3,831
32,387 61,912 44,302 36,351 72,289 50,361
20,513 33,800 31,582 22,252 37,533 34,616

323,108 503,913 128,577 341,601 534,002 140,898
5,799 9,288 2,915 5,819 9,677 3,104
28,393 50,643 32,265 30,893 56,155 34,952

16,101 25,721 6,676 16,152 27,184 6,865
4,799 7,428 2,075 4,864 7,963 2,274
2,540 4,131 832 2,687 4,410 907

50,642 90,418 58,638 55,266 101,189 65,545
110,795 206,749 104,959 120,856 231,710 114,733
101,971 115,772 19,254 108,651 126,117 20,930

9,675 15,606 7,518 10,280 17,214 8,509
2,424 4,286 785 2,576 4,603 822
7,120 9,489 2,487 7,441 9,935 2,523

66,696 120,346 69,055 71,819 133,607 73,074
71,592 117,146 65,163 77,962 130,805 73,835
30,563 60,127 34,511 33,669 66,808 37,223

22,545 52,633 13,722 24,041 56,054 14,205
18,756 29,080 6,061 19,957 31,658 6,887
64,127 94,307 19,764 69,449 101,693 22,253


Continued .


2010
65 and
0-24 25-64 over

4,818 9,013 2,264
5,415 8,831 1,950
9,408 11,548 3,946

16,881 17,473 4,242
39,373 81,839 58,088
23,786 41,150 37,767

356,002 562,799 157,298
5,834 9,973 3,293
32,956 61,319 38,322

16,236 28,222 7,339
4,929 8,327 2,543
2,821 4,711 968

59,247 111,294 73,556
128,770 254,402 128,232
114,674 135,538 23,991

10,805 18,685 9,611
2,722 4,881 900
7,698 10,323 2,575

75,781 145,221 79,401
83,578 143,754 83,767
36,164 72,825 41,007

25,015 59,180 15,402
21,064 33,913 8,026
73,689 109,767 24,746










Table 1.41. AGE PROJECTIONS: PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, BY AGE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES
OF FLORIDA (Continued)


2000


County

Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola


Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas

Polk
Putnam
St. Johns

( St. Lucie
Q0 Santa Rosa
Sarasota

SSeminole
Sumter
Suwannee

o Taylor
SUnion
SVolusia

Wakulla
SWalton
C Washington


0-24 25-64


65 and
over


2005

0-24 25-64


65 and
over


2010

0-24 25-64


65 and
over


13,047 17,083 7,315 14,187 18,436 8,223 15,232 19,712 9,302
304,793 449,196 92,214 337,636 493,948 102,714 365,009 539,447 116,945
56,047 85,489 22,364 64,262 100,118 26,525 71,634 114,014 32,150

295,334 523,320 249,245 323,579 578,457 268,265 345,894 628,796 296,408
79,991 147,409 107,400 85,631 163,849 113,719 89,659 178,132 123,211
229,159 454,227 223,912 235,427 476,907 225,364 237,826 495,610 234,367

149,701 227,783 100,318 157,683 244,367 109,350 164,161 259,946 120,196
23,949 35,426 15,125 24,975 38,039 16,185 25,783 40,445 17,571
32,564 59,470 19,763 35,456 67,414 22,430 37,979 74,437 26,186

55,964 94,903 43,931 61,047 107,857 49,195 65,265 120,045 55,790
37,267 60,535 12,600 40,547 67,209 15,447 43,384 73,629 18,788
68,803 151,463 106,535 72,423 165,239 113,640 74,691 176,780 123,629

120,039 206,943 38,714 130,833 231,105 44,464 139,954 253,544 53,198
13,183 21,042 9,474 14,336 22,878 10,381 15,331 24,547 11,518
10,853 16,241 6,304 11,348 17,753 7,096 11,842 19,123 8,033


6,903 9,494 2,907
4,054 8,159 1,185
125,337 217,414 99,646


6,970 9,567 3,066
4,150 8,681 1,370
135,129 239,092 106,579


7,034 9,766 3,199
4,201 9,102 1,596
142,468 259,170 116,861


6,943 10,918 2,393 7,517 12,185 2,750 8,020 13,224 3,211
10,804 18,950 7,542 11,389 20,666 8,748 11,935 22,199 10,064
7,072 10,276 3,653 7,485 10,936 3,877 7,862 11,439 4,198


Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida Population Stud-
ies, July 1996, Volume 29, No. 3. Bulletin No. 115.












a
P


County

A Florida

Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
C Citrus
-a

Clay
Collier
Columbia

o Dade
SDe Soto
o Dixie

Duval
SEscambia
L Flagler

Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
SGlades



I


Table 1.42. PERSONS AGED 65 AND OVER: PROJECTIONS BY AGE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010


2000

65-74 75-84

1,466,155 1,082,043


10,576
1,215
11,784

1,790
50,476
125,929

923
25,582
21,539

7,814
29,104
4,316

154,897
3,109
1,652

45,440
21,047
8,049

1,266
2,807
1,107
1,075


7,191
625
6,812

1,240
33,953
111,932

678
18,102
14,899

4,538
19,755
2,678

103,201
2,112
874

30,879
14,148
4,646

733
1,900
614
732


85 and
over

321,057

2,290
193
1,750

375
7,737
39,834

250
4,373
3,708

1,578
4,593
705

37,603
518
201

9,070
4,080
992

228
684
142
155


2005

65-74 75-84

1,525,621 1,182,193


10,662
1,292
12,575

1,777
53,082
129,004

981
27,067
22,682

9,454
31,979
4,669

159,707
3,165
1,787

45,510
21,394
8,998

1,443
2,986
1,198
1,098


7,943
742
7,858

1,366
38,918
112,972

734
20,377
17,174

5,542
23,781
3,031

112,339
2,367
1,126

33,572
15,494
6,098

839
1,989
709
811


85 and
over

387,386

2,693
234
2,178

451
10,363
44,720

275
5,634
5,002

2,053
6,321
894

40,775
659
272

10,873
4,996
1,630

286
818
190
209


65-74

1,766,298

12,256
1,416
14,089

1,989
60,860
150,662

1,100
31,948
26,633

12,011
38,564
5,434

176,384
3,565
2,036

50,829
23,262
10,857

1,751
3,437
1,404
1,238


2010
85 and
75-84 over

1,184,700 458,364

7,868 3,211
846 276
8,311 2,691

1,327 551
40,231 13,408
108,854 48,574

722 319
20,821 6,982
17,632 6,386

6,358 2,700
25,606 8,345
3,160 1,126

112,930 45,396
2,382 808
1,269 367

32,760 12,869
15,339 6,099
6,783 2,448

930 317
1,980 929
781 241
790 259


Continued . .













I



S

0 County

a Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee

Hendry
Hernando
Highlands

Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River

0 Jackson
0 Jefferson
Lafayette

Lake
Lee
Leon

SLevy
SLiberty
SMadison
a
Manatee
Marion
p Martin

SMonroe
SNassau
SOkaloosa

It


Table 1.42. PERSONS AGED 65 AND OVER: PROJECTIONS BY AGE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010 (Continued)


65-74

1,147
897
1,886

1,947
24,626
16,035

68,049
1,566
16,732

3,422
1,103
480

30,665
56,234
10,628

3,995
476
1,249

33,136
35,140
17,410

7,817
3,621
11,687


2000
85 and
75-84 over

705 212
493 173
1,370 390

1,196 360
16,174 3,502
12,565 2,982

46,511 14,017
1,009 340
12,621 2,912

2,318 936
753 219
284 68

22,449 5,524
39,201 9,524
6,863 1,763

2,878 645
238 71
897 341

27,157 8,762
24,576 5,447
13,540 3,561

4,912 993
1,894 546
6,490 1,587


65-74

1,176
962
1,801

2,066
26,382
16,425

71,822
1,641
16,991

3,524
1,189
512

32,477
58,854
11,312

4,194
481
1,231

33,763
37,102
17,808

7,850
3,976
12,470


2005
85 and
75-84 over

742 238
565 195
1,499 469

1,336 429
18,951 5,028
14,236 3,955

51,692 17,384
1,087 376
14,093 3,868

2,327 1,014
836 249
310 85

26,100 6,968
43,789 12,090
7,482 2,136

3,393 922
260 81
921 371

28,834 10,477
29,142 7,591
14,834 4,581

5,148 1,207
2,236 675
7,633 2,150


65-74

1,255
1,127
2,027

2,382
31,803
18,566

83,881
1,784
19,370

3,966
1,396
529

37,729
69,296
13,786

4,893
529
1,314

39,110
43,605
20,670

9,038
4,779
13,452


2010
85 and
75-84 over

739 270
615 208
1,353 566

1,344 516
19,600 6,685
14,174 5,027

52,316 21,101
1,078 431
14,080 4,872

2,304 1,069
860 287
334 105

26,981 8,846
44,173 14,763
7,731 2,474

3,502 1,216
288 83
872 389

28,132 12,159
30,110 10,052
14,730 5,607

4,951 1,413
2,435 812
8,440 2,854



Continued .









Table 1.42. PERSONS AGED 65 AND OVER: PROJECTIONS BY AGE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010 (Continued)


0 County

SOkeechobee
Orange
Osceola

Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas

Polk
Putnam
St. Johns

M St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota

S Seminole
g Sumter
Suwannee

a Taylor
Union
S Volusia

SWakulla
k Walton
p Washington


65-74

4,109
50,813
11,982

118,974
50,989
103,644

52,125
8,463
10,538

23,892
7,695
51,140

21,521
5,241
3,278

1,657
679
50,551

1,330
4,291
1,798


2000

75-84

2,603
32,712
7,908

100,397
44,951
88,403

37,134
5,308
7,344

16,592
3,914
42,477

13,203
3,395
2,252

1,002
393
37,953

831
2,565
1,370


85 and
over

603
8,689
2,474

29,874
11,460
31,865

11,059
1,354
1,881

3,447
991
12,918

3,990
838
774

248
113
11,142

232
686
485


2005

65-74 75-84

4,248 3,152
54,586 37,372
13,891 9,342

124,752 107,174
51,859 47,188
102,161 88,442

53,266 42,016
8,447 6,019
11,164 8,756

25,306 19,111
9,079 5,095
52,581 45,447

24,440 15,093
5,485 3,797
3,523 2,659

1,651 1,127
756 457
52,086 40,958

1,462 1,006
4,533 3,290
1,826 1,464


Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, unpublished data.


85 and
over

823
10,756
3,292

36,339
14,672
34,761

14,068
1,719
2,510

4,778
1,273
15,612

4,931
1,099
914

288
157
13,535

282
925
587


65-74

4,931
64,659
17,593

147,613
60,205
114,106

60,708
9,430
13,970

29,940
11,049
60,830

30,952
6,294
4,100

1,692
885
60,311

1,792
5,154
2,072


2010

75-84

3,279
39,014
10,428

106,546
45,695
82,712

42,015
5,987
8,949

19,654
5,979
44,475

16,203
3,843
2,810

1,172
510
40,453

1,059
3,652
1,443


85 and
over

1,092
13,272
4,129

42,249
17,311
37,549

17,473
2,154
3,267

6,196
1,760
18,324

6,043
1,381
1,123

335
201
16,097

360
1,258
683











STable 1.43. RACE PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1995, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, BY RACE
SIN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA

e (rounded to thousands)


5 Projections


County

Florida


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford

Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte

Citrus
SClay
a Collier
S Columbia

SDade
SDe Soto
Dixie
Duval

Escambia
SFlagler
Franklin

K Gadsden
SGilchrist
B Glades


Estimates, 1995 2000 2005 2010
Total White Black Total White Black Total White Black Total White Black

14,149 11,856 2,043 15,415 12,777 2,323 16,631 13,648 2,596 17,825 14,484 2,877

198 156 37 213 167 40 227 176 43 240 185 46
20 17 3 22 19 3 23 20 3 25 21 3
139 119 16 150 128 18 161 136 20 171 143 22
24 19 5 25 19 6 26 20 6 27 20 6

445 399 37 493 439 43 539 478 49 585 515 56
1,364 1,095 242 1,466 1,143 287 1,564 1,187 332 1,660 1,229 376
12 10 2 13 10 2 13 10 2 14 11 3
128 120 6 147 138 7 167 155 9 186 172 11

105 102 3 120 115 3 133 129 4 147 142 4
121 111 7 136 123 9 151 136 11 166 147 13
187 175 10 220 205 13 252 234 15 283 262 18
50 41 9 55 45 10 60 49 10 64 52 11

2,014 1,531 445 2,129 1,588 494 2,241 1,642 541 2,351 1,693 589
27 21 5 30 24 6 33 25 6 35 27 7
12 11 1 14 12 1 15 14 2 17 15 2
718 517 183 761 537 201 802 555 219 843 571 238

283 216 58 302 229 63 317 238 67 330 245 71
37 33 3 46 40 4 54 48 6 63 55 7
10 9 2 11 9 2 12 9 2 13 10 2

45 19 25 47 20 26 49 21 26 50 22 27
12 11 1 14 12 1 16 14 2 18 15 2
9 7 1 10 8 2 11 8 2 12 9 2


Continued . .









Q Table 1.43. RACE PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1995, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, BY RACE
SIN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)

e (rounded to thousands)
'4.


Projections
Estimates, 1995 2000 2005 2010
Total White Black Total White Black Total White Black Total White Black


10 3
8 5
20 2
23 5


15 11 4
15 9 6
24 21 3
33 25 6


16 11 4
15 9 6
24 21 3
36 27 7


12 4
10 6
21 3
29 8


Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes

S Indian River
IA Jackson
Jefferson
W Lafayette

SLake
o Lee
SLeon
SLevy

5 Liberty
Madison
A Manatee
Marion

Martin
Monroe
L Nassau
1 Okaloosa



A


118 112 5
77 68 8
893 750 125
17 16 1


91 8
34 12
8 6
5 1


177 159 17
377 347 26
218 160 53
30 26 4

7 5 1
18 11 8
233 212 19
225 194 29

112 103 8
83 77 5
49 44 5
163 141 16


139 131 6 159 150 7 179 169 9
86 75 9 94 82 11 103 89 12
956 795 140 1,017 836 155 1,076 875 171
18 16 1 19 17 1 19 17 2

111 101 9 122 110 10 133 120 11
48 35 12 50 37 12 52 38 12
14 9 6 15 9 6 16 10 6
8 6 2 8 6 2 9 6 2

200 179 19 222 199 21 244 217 24
423 387 31 467 426 36 511 464 41
237 174 58 256 186 63 274 198 69
33 29 4 36 31 4 39 34 4

7 6 2 8 6 2 9 6 2
19 11 8 20 11 8 21 12 9
256 231 22 279 250 25 300 268 28
254 219 32 283 242 37 311 265 42

125 114 10 138 124 12 150 134 14
89 82 6 94 86 6 100 91 7
54 49 5 59 53 5 63 57 5
178 153 18 193 164 21 208 175 24


Continued . .


SCounty

Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry











Table 1.43. RACE PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1995, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, BY RACE
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)

S(rounded to thousands)


SProjections
Estimates, 1995 2000 2005 2010
1 County Total White Black Total White Black Total White Black Total White Black


Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach


33 30 2 37 34 3 41 36 4 44 39 4
759 604 133 846 654 163 934 703 194 1,021 750 226
137 123 10 164 146 13 191 167 17 218 189 21
963 822 128 1,068 902 148 1,170 979 169 1,271 1,053 191


Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam

A St. Johns
) St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
SSarasota

2 Seminole
a Sumter
Suwannee

STaylor
S Union
0 Volusia

i Wakulla
SWalton
Washington


306 295 7
876 791 72
443 379 59
70 57 12

98 89 8
171 143 27
96 89 4
302 285 14

324 287 30
36 29 7
31 26 4

18 14 4
13 9 3
403 360 38


15 2
30 2
16 3


335 321 10 363 346 12 391 371 14
907 814 78 938 836 83 968 859 89
478 408 64 511 435 69 544 461 75
75 61 12 79 65 13 84 69 13

112 102 9 125 114 10 139 126 11
195 163 29 218 183 33 241 202 36
110 101 6 123 113 7 136 124 8
327 307 17 351 328 19 375 349 22

366 320 36 406 351 43 447 381 51
44 33 10 48 36 11 51 38 12
33 29 4 36 32 4 39 34 4

19 15 4 20 15 4 20 15 4
13 9 4 14 10 4 15 10 4
442 393 43 481 425 49 518 455 54


20 17 3
37 34 3
21 17 4


19 3
37 3
18 4


24 20 4
44 41 3
23 19 4


Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida Population Stud-
r ies, July 1996, Volume 29, No. 3. Bulletin No. 115.











Table 1.65. METROPOLITAN AREAS: CENSUS COUNTS APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND
ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1995, IN THE STATE AND
METROPOLITAN AREAS OF FLORIDA

Percentage
change
Census Estimates 1980- 1990-
Metropolitan area 1980 1990 1995 1990 1995

Florida 9,746,961 12,938,071 14,149,317 32.7 9.4
Metropolitan areas, total 9,038,653 12,023,514 13,119,253 33.0 9.1
Daytona Beach 269,675 399,438 439,967 48.1 10.1
Flagler County 10,913 28,701 36,997 163.0 28.9
Volusia County 258,762 370,737 402,970 43.3 8.7
Ft. Lauderdale 1,018,257 1,255,531 1,364,168 23.3 8.7
Ft. Myers-Cape Coral 205,266 335,113 376,702 63.3 12.4
Ft. Pierce-Port St. Lucie 151,196 251,071 283,196 66.1 12.8
Martin County 64,014 100,900 112,036 57.6 11.0
St. Lucie County 87,182 150,171 171,160 72.3 14.0
Ft. Walton Beach 109,920 143,777 162,707 30.8 13.2
Gainesville 151,369 181,596 198,261 20.0 9.2
Jacksonville 722,252 906,727 986,566 25.5 8.8
Clay County 67,052 105,986 120,896 58.1 14.1
Duval County 571,003 672,971 718,355 17.9 6.7
Nassau County 32,894 43,941 49,127 33.6 11.8
St. Johns County 51,303 83,829 98,188 63.4 17.1
Lakeland-Winter Haven 321,652 405,382 443,153 26.0 9.3
Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay 272,959 398,978 444,992 46.2 11.5
Miami 1,625,509 1,937,194 2,013,821 19.2 4.0
Naples 85,971 152,099 186,504 76.9 22.6
Ocala 122,488 194,835 224,612 59.1 15.3
Orlando 804,774 1,224,844 1,396,650 52.2 14.0
Lake County 104,870 152,104 176,931 45.0 16.3
Orange County 470,865 677,491 758,962 43.9 12.0
Osceola County 49,287 107,728 136,627 118.6 26.8
Seminole County 179,752 287,521 324,130 60.0 12.7
Panama City 97,740 126,994 139,173 29.9 9.6
Pensacola 289,782 344,406 378,833 18.9 10.0
Escambia County 233,794 262,798 282,742 12.4 7.6
Santa Rosa County 55,988 81,608 96,091 45.8 17.7
Punta Gorda 58,460 110,975 127,646 89.8 15.0
Sarasota-Bradenton 350,696 489,483 534,688 39.6 9.2
Manatee County 148,445 211,707 233,160 42.6 10.1
Sarasota County 202,251 277,776 301,528 37.3 8.6
Tallahassee 190,329 233,609 262,267 22.7 12.3
Gadsden County 41,674 41,116 44,734 -1.3 8.8
Leon County 148,655 192,493 217,533 29.5 13.0
Tampa-St. Petersburg-
Clearwater 1,613,600 2,067,959 2,192,545 28.2 6.0
Hernando County 44,469 101,115 117,895 127.4 16.6
Hillsborough County 646,939 834,054 892,874 28.9 7.1
Pasco County 193,661 281,131 305,576 45.2 8.7
Pinellas County 728,531 851,659 876,200 16.9 2.9
West Palm Beach-Boca Raton 576,758 863,503 962,802 49.7 11.5

Note: Data are for Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) and for Primary Metropoli-
tan Statistical Areas (PMSAs) based on 1992 MSA designations. See Glossary for defini-
tions and map at the front of the book for area boundaries. Estimates reflect changes
to Dade and Broward counties as a result of Hurricane Andrew in August 1992.
Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population
Program, Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1995. Census data from U.S. Bureau
of the Census.

University of Florida Bureau of Economic and Business Research


1.00 Population


Florida Statistical Abstract 1996












Table 1.66. PLANNING DISTRICTS: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1995, IN THE STATE, COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING
DISTRICTS, AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA


Per-
cent-
age
change
Esti- 1990
Census mates to
1990 1995 1995


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


12,938,071

675,633
126,994
262,798
15,778
143,777
81,608
27,759
16,919
337,533
11,011
8,967
41,116
11,504
41,375
11,296
192,493
5,569
14,202
354,196
181,596
22,515
42,613
10,585
9,667
10,930
5,578
16,569
26,780
17,111
10,252
1,018,984
18,486
105,986
672,971
28,701
43,941
65,070
83,829


District
and county

District 5
Citrus
Hernando
Levy
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


Per-
cent-
age
change
Esti- 1990
Census mates to
1990 1995 1995


14,149,317

750,523
139,173
282,742
17,385
162,707
96,091
33,415
19,010
381,726
11,988
10,236
44,734
13,271
46,577
13,509
217,533
6,873
17,005
396,138
198,261
24,336
50,387
12,416
11,888
12,487
6,516
18,344
30,534
18,322
12,647
1,113,354
20,275
120,896
718,355
36,997
49,127
69,516
98,188


Note: Data are for planning district boundaries as defined in May
Estimates reflect changes to Dade and Broward counties as a result of
in August 1992.


446,952
93,513
101,115
25,912
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


1984. See map.
Hurricane Andrew


Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population
Program, Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1995. Census data from U.S. Bureau
of the Census.


Bureau of Economic and Business Research


514,274
105,468
117,895
29,843
224,612
36,456
2,244,612
444,992
176,931
758,962
136,627
324,130
402,970
602,803
26,640
22,885
77,270
32,855
443,153
2,307,810
892,874
233,160
305,576
876,200
1,030,428
127,646
186,504
8,551
29,497
376,702
301,528
1,346,259
100,261
112,036
962,802
171,160
3,461,390
1,364,168
2,013,821
83,401


1.00 Population


Florida Statistical Abstract 1996


University of Florida













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
Hemando
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









1.00 Population


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Table 1.67. HRS DISTRICTS: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1995, IN THE STATE, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND
REHABILITATIVE SERVICES (HRS) DISTRICTS
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA


Per-
cent-
age
change
Esti- 1990
District Census mates to
and county 1990 1995 1995

Florida 12,938,071 14,149,317 9.4


515,942
262,798
143,777
81,608
27,759
530,904
126,994
11,011
8,967
41,116
11,504
15,778
41,375
11,296
192,493
5,569
16,569
17,111
14,202
16,919
411,498
181,596
22,515
42,613
10,585
9,667
10,930
5,578
25,912
65,070
26,780
10,252
925,213
18,486
105,986
672,971
43,941
83,829
1,132,790
281,131
851,659


574,955 58.9
282,742 7.6
162,707 13.2
96,091 17.7
33,415 20.4
593,960 185.4
139,173 9.6
11,988 8.9
10,236 14.2
44,734 8.8
13,271 15.4
17,385 10.2
46,577 12.6
13,509 19.6
217,533 13.0
6,873 23.4
18,344 10.7
18,322 7.1
17,005 19.7
19,010 12.4
458,831 166.2
198,261 9.2
24,336 8.1
50,387 18.2
12,416 17.3
11,888 23.0
12,487 14.2
6,516 16.8
29,843 15.2
69,516 6.8
30,534 14.0
12,647 23.4
1,006,841 59.4
20,275 9.7
120,896 14.1
718,355 6.7
49,127 11.8
98,188 17.1
1,181,776 11.6
305,576 8.7
876,200 2.9


Per-
cent-
age
change
Esti- 1990
District Census mates to
and county 1990 1995 1995

District 6 1,045,761 1,126,034 17.2
Hillsborough 834,054 892,874 7.1
Manatee 211,707 233,160 10.1
District 7 1,471,718 1,664,711 63.1
Brevard 398,978 444,992 11.5
Orange 677,491 758,962 12.0
Osceola 107,728 136,627 26.8
Seminole 287,521 324,130 12.7
District 8 933,192 1,057,068 97.3
Charlotte 110,975 127,646 15.0
Collier 152,099 186,504 22.6
De Soto 23,865 26,640 11.6
Glades 7,591 8,551 12.6
Hendry 25,773 29,497 14.4
Lee 335,113 376,702 12.4
Sarasota 277,776 301,528 8.6
District 9 863,503 962,802 11.5
Palm Beach 863,503 962,802 11.5
District 10 1,255,531 1,364,168 8.7
Broward 1,255,531 1,364,168 8.7
District 11 2,015,218 2,097,222 10.8
Dade 1,937,194 2,013,821 4.0
Monroe 78,024 83,401 6.9
District 12 399,438 439,967 37.6
Flagler 28,701 36,997 28.9
Volusia 370,737 402,970 8.7
District 13 573,144 661,362 76.4
Citrus 93,513 105,468 12.8
Hernando 101,115 117,895 16.6
Lake 152,104 176,931 16.3
Marion 194,835 224,612 15.3
Sumter 31,577 36,456 15.5
District 14 493,313 543,308 39.6
Hardee 19,499 22,885 17.4
Highlands 68,432 77,270 12.9
Polk 405,382 443,153 9.3
District 15 370,906 416,312 47.1
Indian River 90,208 100,261 11.1
Martin 100,900 112,036 11.0
Okeechobee 29,627 32,855 10.9
St. Lucie 150,171 171,160 14.0


Note: See map of districts in Section 7.00. Estimates reflect changes to Dade and
Broward counties as a result of Hurricane Andrew in August 1992.
Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population
Program, Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1995. Census data from U.S. Bureau
of the Census.


Bureau of Economic and Business Research


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


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Table 1.69. POPULOUS CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1995, IN THE 1995 MOST POPULOUS CITIES OF FLORIDA


City

Jacksonville (Duval)
Miami
Tampa
St. Petersburg

Hialeah
Orlando
Ft. Lauderdale
Tallahassee

Hollywood
Clearwater
Gainesville
Coral Springs

Miami Beach
Pembroke Pines
Cape Coral
West Palm Beach


Plantation
Lakeland
Pompano Beach
Sunrise

Palm Bay
Port St. Lucie
Largo
Boca Raton

Melbourne
Daytona Beach
Pensacola
Davie

Sarasota
North Miami
Delray Beach
Lauderhill

Boynton Beach
Tamarac
Deerfield Beach


Total population
Census Estimates


1980 1990


540,920
346,865
271,577
238,647

145,254
128,291
153,279
81,548

121,323
85,170
81,371
37,349

96,298
35,776
32,103
63,305

48,501
47,406
52,618
39,681

18,560
14,690
57,958
49,447

46,536
54,176
57,619
20,515

48,868
42,566
34,329
37,271


635,230
358,648
280,015
240,318

188,008
164,674
149,238
124,773

121,720
98,784
85,075
78,864

92,639
65,566
74,991
67,764

66,814
70,576
72,411
65,683

62,543
55,761
65,910
61,486

60,034
61,991
59,198
47,143

50,897
50,001
47,184
49,015


1995


676,718
365,498
285,153
241,563

203,911
170,307
149,491
137,057

125,342
101,162
96,051
93,439

91,775
87,948
85,807
76,418

75,184
74,626
73,950
73,456

73,137
71,776
67,465
66,760

66,350
63,306
60,373
54,611

51,143
50,758
50,195
50,022


Rank
1980 1990 1995


1 1 1
2 2 2
3 3 3
4 4 4


6 5
7 6
5 7
11 8


8 9 9
10 10 10
12 12 11
27 13 12

9 11 13
34 21 14
41 14 15
13 17 16

20 18 17
21 16 18
17 15 19
25 20 20

61 22 21
72 27 22
14 19 23
18 24 24

22 25 25
16 23 26
15 26 27
58 32 28

19 28 29
24 29 30
36 31 31
28 30 32


35,624 46,284 49,085 35 34 33
29,376 44,822 48,758 45 36 34
39,193 46,997 48,393 26 33 35


Note: Data are for the 35 most populous cities in the state. Changes in city popu-
lations include the effects of annexations. Estimates reflect changes to Dade and Bro-
ward counties as a result of Hurricane Andrew in August 1992.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population
Program, Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1995. Census data from U.S. Bureau
of the Census.


Per-
centage
change
1990 to
1995

6.5
1.9
1.8
0.5


University of Florida


Bureau of Economic and Business Research


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1.00 Population Florida Statistical Abstract 1996

Table 1.72. COMPONENTS OF CHANGE: COMPONENTS OF POPULATION CHANGE IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990 TO APRIL 1, 1995


Popula- Components of change 1/
Total population tion Natural
Census Estimates change increase Net migration
April 1 April 1 1990 to Per- Per-
County 1990 1995 1995 Number centage Number centage

Florida 12,938,071 14,149,317 1,211,246 265,992 22.0 945,254 78.0

Alachua 181,596 198,261 16,665 5,903 35.4 10,762 64.6
Baker 18,486 20,275 1,789 771 43.1 1,018 56.9
Bay 126,994 139,173 12,179 4,640 38.1 7,539 61.9

Bradford 22,515 24,336 1,821 438 24.1 1,383 75.9
Brevard 398,978 444,992 46,014 8,186 17.8 37,828 82.2
Broward 1,255,531 1,364,168 108,637 19,401 17.9 89,236 82.1

Calhoun 11,011 11,988 977 14 1.4 963 98.6
Charlotte 110,975 127,646 16,671 -3,344 0.0 20,015 100.0
Citrus 93,513 105,468 11,955 -2,725 0.0 14,680 100.0

Clay 105,986 120,896 14,910 4,223 28.3 10,687 71.7
Collier 152,099 186,504 34,405 4,176 12.1 30,229 87.9
Columbia 42,613 50,387 7,774 1,104 14.2 6,670 85.8

Dade 1,937,194 2,013,821 76,627 74,141 96.8 2,486 3.2
De Soto 23,865 26,640 2,775 673 24.3 2,102 75.7
Dixie 10,585 12,416 1,831 250 13.7 1,581 86.3

Duval 672,971 718,355 45,384 32,296 71.2 13,088 28.8
Escambia 262,798 282,742 19,944 9,282 46.5 10,662 53.5
Flagler 28,701 36,997 8,296 -297 0.0 8,593 100.0

Franklin 8,967 10,236 1,269 42 3.3 1,227 96.7
Gadsden 41,116 44,734 3,618 1,967 54.4 1,651 45.6
Gilchrist 9,667 11,888 2,221 150 6.8 2,071 93.2

Glades 7,591 8,551 960 87 9.1 873 90.9
Gulf 11,504 13,271 1,767 112 6.3 1,655 93.7
Hamilton 10,930 12,487 1,557 309 19.8 1,248 80.2

Hardee 19,499 22,885 3,386 1,310 38.7 2,076 61.3
Hendry 25,773 29,497 3,724 1,889 50.7 1,835 49.3
Hernando 101,115 117,895 16,780 -2,591 0.0 19,371 100.0

Highlands 68,432 77,270 8,838 -1,265 0.0 10,103 100.0
Hillsborough 834,054 892,874 58,820 31,768 54.0 27,052 46.0
Holmes 15,778 17,385 1,607 134 8.3 1,473 91.7

Indian River 90,208 100,261 10,053 -715 0.0 10,768 100.0
Jackson 41,375 46,577 5,202 554 10.6 4,648 89.4
Jefferson 11,296 13,509 2,213 294 13.3 1,919 86.7

Lafayette 5,578 6,516 938 151 16.1 787 83.9
Lake 152,104 176,931 24,827 -836 0.0 25,663 100.0
Lee 335,113 376,702 41,589 1,773 4.3 39,816 95.7


See footnotes at end of table. Continued .

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Table 1.72. COMPONENTS OF CHANGE: COMPONENTS OF POPULATION CHANGE IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990 TO APRIL 1, 1995 (Continued)


Popula- Components of change 1/
Total population tion Natural
Census Estimates change increase Net migration
April 1 April 1 1990 to Per- Per-
County 1990 1995 1995 Number centage Number centage

Leon 192,493 217,533 25,040 7,451 29.8 17,589 70.2
Levy 25,912 29,843 3,931 151 3.8 3,780 96.2
Liberty 5,569 6,873 1,304 178 13.7 1,126 86.3

Madison 16,569 18,344 1,775 417 23.5 1,358 76.5
Manatee 211,707 233,160 21,453 -394 0.0 21,847 100.0
Marion 194,835 224,612 29,777 1,425 4.8 28,352 95.2

Martin 100,900 112,036 11,136 -295 0.0 11,431 100.0
Monroe 78,024 83,401 5,377 1,465 27.2 3,912 72.8
Nassau 43,941 49,127 5,186 1,772 34.2 3,414 65.8

Okaloosa 143,777 162,707 18,930 7,297 38.5 11,633 61.5
Okeechobee 29,627 32,855 3,228 1,278 39.6 1,950 60.4
Orange 677,491 758,962 81,471 33,537 41.2 47,934 58.8

Osceola 107,728 136,627 28,899 4,720 16.3 24,179 83.7
Palm Beach 863,503 962,802 99,299 9,101 9.2 90,198 90.8
Pasco 281,131 305,576 24,445 -6,388 0.0 30,833 100.0

Pinellas 851,659 876,200 24,541 -13,358 0.0 37,899 100.0
Polk 405,382 443,153 37,771 9,541 25.3 28,230 74.7
Putnam 65,070 69,516 4,446 1,080 24.3 3,366 75.7

St. Johns 83,829 98,188 14,359 1,406 9.8 12,953 90.2
St. Lucie 150,171 171,160 20,989 3,337 15.9 17,652 84.1
Santa Rosa 81,608 96,091 14,483 3,646 25.2 10,837 74.8

Sarasota 277,776 301,528 23,752 -7,922 0.0 31,674 100.0
Seminole 287,521 324,130 36,609 11,910 32.5 24,699 67.5
Sumter 31,577 36,456 4,879 238 4.9 4,641 95.1

Suwannee 26,780 30,534 3,754 40 1.1 3,714 98.9
Taylor 17,111 18,322 1,211 422 34.8 789 65.2
Union 10,252 12,647 2,395 119 5.0 2,276 95.0

Volusia 370,737 402,970 32,233 -1,405 0.0 33,638 100.0
Wakulla 14,202 17,005 2,803 401 14.3 2,402 85.7
Walton 27,759 33,415 5,656 369 6.5 5,287 93.5
Washington 16,919 19,010 2,091 188 9.0 1,903 91.0


1/ Natural increase is calculated as the difference between the number of births and
the number of deaths; net migration is calculated as the difference between total popu-
lation change and natural increase.
Note: Vital statistics data for persons of unreported residence are included only in
the entries for the state. For this reason, natural increase and net migration columns
may not add to their state totals. Estimates reflect changes to Dade and Broward coun-
ties as a result of Hurricane Andrew in August 1992.
Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population
Program, Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1995. Census data from U.S. Bureau
of the Census.

University of Florida Bureau of Economic and Business Research


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Table 1.73. MIGRATION: NET MIGRATION OF THE TOTAL POPULATION AND OF PERSONS
AGED 65 AND OVER BY STATE OF EXCHANGE WITH FLORIDA
1985 THROUGH 1990


State

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
Missouri


Total
popu-
lation

5,151
1,429

75
3,506

23,174
9,277

42,608
2,628



2,238

-27,182
3,015

800
66,910

31,927
9,017

4,218
12,138

29,392
7,140

20,755
57,645

61,951
8,804

8,496
11,029


Aged 65
and over
Per-
cent-


Total

1,108
6

-1,122
114

3,041
-210

10,484
934



470

-510
201

46
12,525

6,513
977

223
1,233

724
2,499

5,323
14,880

15,560
1,485

84
1,441


age

21.5
0.4

-1,496.0
3.3

13.1
-2.3

24.6
35.5



21.0

1.9
6.7

5.8
18.7

20.4
10.8

5.3
10.2

2.5
35.0

25.6
25.8

25.1
16.9

1.0
13.1


State

Montana
Nebraska

Nevada
New Hampshire

New Jersey
New Mexico

New York
North Carolina

North Dakota
Ohio

Oklahoma
Oregon

Pennsylvania
Rhode Island

South Carolina
South Dakota

Tennessee
Texas

Utah
Vermont

Virginia
Washington

West Virginia
Wisconsin

Wyoming


Total
popu-
lation

1,736
4,203

-775
11,127

120,962
2,571

297,081
-17,224

1,895
68,332

10,530
-278

60,603
10,189

-3,536
1,380

-1,844
58,576

1,357
3,162

11,788
-192

12,220
20,090

1,588


Aged 65
and over
Per-
cent-
Total age

-45 -2.6
245 5.8

-358 46.2
2,970 26.7

26,130 21.6
-10 -0.4

67,343 22.7
-1,899 11.0

19 1.0
11,953 17.5

186 1.8
-291 104.7

14,421 23.8
2,254 22.1

-76 2.1
67 4.9

-301 16.3
432 0.7

-87 -6.4
1,067 33.7

4,070 34.5
-252 131.3

1,300 10.6
4,467 22.2

32 2.0


Note: Based on U.S. Bureau of the Census age, race, and sex data.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, unpublished
data.

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SCounty

SFlorida I/

% Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus


01 Clay
' Collier
Columbia

a Dade
De Soto
SDixie

Duval
Escambia
SFlagler

SFranklin
SGadsden
SGilchrist

Glades
SGulf
SHamilton


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Table 1.74. MIGRATION: MIGRATION FLOWS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1990 THROUGH 1993



Net migration In-migration Out-migration
1990 1991 1992 1993 1990 1991 1992 1993 1990 1991 1992 1993

146,006 99,683 94,230 108,462 496,943 436,574 428,329 429,374 350,937 336,891 334,099 320,912

1,345 1,239 276 556 11,950 11,865 11,320 11,176 10,605 10,626 11,044 10,620
187 142 211 54 986 977 1,037 936 799 835 826 882
1,436 2,136 2,073 1,179 9,870 10,967 11,470 9,384 8,434 8,831 9,397 8,205

195 28 130 -78 1,244 1,169 1,163 1,123 1,049 1,141 1,033 1,201
8,486 6,884 7,343 4,595 27,328 25,807 26,557 23,749 18,842 18,923 19,214 19,154
14,955 11,825 22,377 16,337 70,225 67,150 76,319 75,028 55,270 55,325 53,942 58,691

125 101 52 147 514 582 516 584 389 481 464 437
4,661 3,050 3,210 3,214 10,266 8,944 8,887 8,985 5,605 5,894 5,677 5,771
3,084 2,907 2,515 2,775 7,714 7,275 7,879 7,004 4,630 4,368 5,364 4,229

1,865 2,314 1,643 1,841 12,107 12,285 12,082 11,895 10,242 9,971 10,439 10,054
4,580 2,937 3,707 4,043 13,984 13,299 13,512 13,827 9,404 10,362 9,805 9,784
368 272 515 879 2,654 2,620 2,798 2,945 2,286 2,348 2,283 2,066

-8,214 -9,036 -36,814 -15,360 50,080 49,396 46,199 46,606 58,294 58,432 83,013 61,966
173 -43 -58 43 1,716 1,759 1,747 1,752 1,543 1,802 1,805 1,709
197 163 162 271 794 725 717 751 597 562 555 480

5,319 2,961 1,797 -2,063 46,049 44,745 44,966 38,968 40,730 41,784 43,169 41,031
1,198 131 -441 -863 19,238 19,073 18,757 16,059 18,040 18,942 19,198 16,922
1,582 1,584 1,619 1,619 3,193 3,109 3,145 3,208 1,611 1,525 1,526 1,589

120 71 124 70 499 499 503 470 379 428 379 400
290 -81 145 -76 2,105 1,921 2,165 2,064 1,815 2,002 2,020 2,140
222 238 333 255 745 783 893 850 523 545 560 595

-65 -49 -106 134 547 512 513 697 612 561 619 563
11 95 323 54 623 621 888 683 612 526 565 629
39 83 39 11 584 554 572 602 545 471 533 591


notes at end of table.


Continued .











Table 1.74. MIGRATION: MIGRATION FLOWS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1990 THROUGH 1993 (Continued)


i? Net migration In-migration Out-migration
SCounty 1990 1991 1992 1993 1990 1991 1992 1993 1990 1991 1992 1993

SHardee 143 -231 -244 -316 1,648 1,675 1,597 1,491 1,505 1,906 1,841 1,807
Hendry 798 47 77 24 3,058 2,828 3,006 2,783 2,260 2,781 2,929 2,759
SHernando 3,852 3,512 3,635 3,477 9,208 8,725 8,643 8,501 5,356 5,213 5,008 5,024

Highlands 1,365 1,019 1,666 1,347 5,036 5,127 5,482 5,196 3,671 4,108 3,816 3,849
Hillsborough 401 1,521 -218 -1,476 47,445 48,795 47,512 45,410 47,044 47,274 47,730 46,886
Holmes 46 289 159 203 881 1,038 1,019 1,028 835 749 860 825

Indian River 1,347 1,123 683 1,494 6,250 5,827 5,520 5,762 4,903 4,704 4,837 4,268
Jackson 141 555 253 5 1,993 2,342 2,149 2,000 1,852 1,787 1,896 1,995
Jefferson 97 75 17 93 683 675 655 667 586 600 638 574

Lafayette 13 60 -14 46 275 306 308 306 262 246 322 260
Lake 4,414 3,746 4,347 4,962 12,919 11,993 12,404 12,856 8,505 8,247 8,057 7,894
01 Lee 7,204 4,204 4,685 6,749 24,307 21,703 21,129 22,238 17,103 17,499 16,444 15,489

Leon 2,246 1,888 2,028 1,220 12,566 12,207 13,153 12,698 10,320 10,319 11,125 11,478
S Levy 343 372 496 583 1,945 1,887 2,107 1,992 1,602 1,515 1,611 1,409
a Liberty 44 23 113 129 271 283 319 326 227 260 206 197

SMadison 38 -42 148 87 683 671 711 720 645 713 563 633
Manatee 3,785 2,994 3,702 3,268 16,996 16,536 17,056 16,490 13,211 13,542 13,354 13,222
o Marion 4,761 3,868 4,657 5,452 14,218 13,051 14,387 14,048 9,457 9,183 9,730 8,596

9 Martin 1,950 942 1,931 1,957 8,479 7,657 8,309 8,372 6,529 6,715 6,378 6,415
SMonroe 290 190 1,556 -509 7,249 7,294 8,400 6,985 6,959 7,104 6,844 7,494
Nassau 717 946 943 697 3,418 3,712 3,638 3,599 2,701 2,766 2,695 2,902

SOkaloosa 1,014 3,128 2,536 1,055 13,840 16,779 17,209 13,241 12,826 13,651 14,673 12,186
Okeechobee 412 -130 231 -342 2,581 2,339 2,532 2,291 2,175 2,469 2,301 2,633
Orange 5,038 2,762 4,196 2,025 56,712 54,805 54,331 51,843 51,674 52,043 50,135 49,818
O5


w See footnotes at end of table.


Continued .-









Tab




SCounty

o Osceola
SPalm Beach
SPasco

Pinellas
Polk
Putnam

St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa

Sarasota
Seminole
U( Sumter

Suwannee
STaylor
2 Union

SVolusia
SWakulla
o Walton
g Washington


le 1.74. MIGRATION: MIGRATION FLOWS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1990 THROUGH 1993 (Continued)


Net migration
1990 1991 1992


3,822
12,139
5,125

8,897
3,354
617

1,944
3,478
2,661

5,462
5,966
401

602
88
-7

7,684
350
608
197


1,800
10,905
4,262

4,925
3,589
270

1,603
2,907
3,140

3,259
3,943
377

423
-168
53

5,981
389
538
65


2,578
14,251
5,736

4,146
1,648
530

2,710
2,484
3,018

3,771
3,450
304

533
-109
108

6,138
440
697
286


1993

1,535
15,031
6,369

5,616
4,325
408

2,030
2,469
2,683

4,924
3,451
571

460
-55
23

5,532
425
744
199


1990

12,438
51,478
20,588

48,937
22,576
3,556

7,467
12,299
8,753

19,736
30,037
2,187

1,849
888
491

25,149
1,180
2,044
1,057


In-migration
1991 1992 1993

11,255 11,675 11,217
49,418 50,739 53,062
19,931 20,290 20,864

45,935 43,852 43,358
22,394 20,708 21,403
3,302 3,206 3,048

7,349 8,126 7,980
11,802 11,237 11,120
9,773 9,764 9,350

18,048 17,608 18,460
28,685 28,363 28,457
2,124 2,014 2,065

1,700 1,770 1,801
681 706 707
528 590 544

23,187 22,546 21,764
1,275 1,312 1,362
2,094 2,251 2,230
1,057 1,193 1,139


1990

8,616
39,339
15,463

40,040
19,222
2,939

5,523
8,821
6,092

14,274
24,071
1,786

1,247
800
498

17,465
830
1,436
860


Out-migration
1991 1992

9,455 9,097
38,513 36,488
15,669 14,554

41,010 39,706
18,805 19,060
3,032 2,676

5,746 5,416
8,895 8,753
6,633 6,746

14,789 13,837
24,742 24,913
1,747 1,710

1,277 1,237
849 815
475 482

17,206 16,408
886 872
1,556 1,554
992 907


1/ County flow data will not add to state flow data due to the method in which the data are aggregated.
Note: Data are based on individual income tax returns filed by citizens and resident aliens with the IRS. Only returns
for which the social security number matches from one year to the next are used. Data are affected by births, deaths, mar-
riages, reporting error, and changes in tax filing status. IRS migration data tends to understate activity in Florida due
to its large elderly population and foreign immigration.

Source: U.S., Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, unpublished data.


1993

9,682
38,031
14,495

37,742
17,078
2,640

5,950
8,651
6,667

13,536
25,006
1,494

1,341
762
521

16,232
937
1,486
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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, 1995


Estimates
Per-
Rank centage
in of
Number state state

14,149,317 (X) 100.00


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.

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198,261
20,275
139,173
24,336

444,992
1,364,168
11,988
127,646

105,468
120,896
186,504
50,387

2,013,821
26,640
12,416
718,355

282,742
36,997
10,236
44,734

11,888
8,551
13,271
12,487

22,885
29,497
117,895
77,270

892,874
17,385
100,261
46,577

13,509
6,516
176,931
376,702


Land
area 1/
(square
miles)

53,937.2

874.3
585.3
763.7
293.2

1,018.5
1,208.9
567.4
693.7

583.6
601.1
2,025.5
797.2

1,944.5
637.3
704.1
773.9

663.6
485.0
534.0
516.2

348.9
773.5
565.1
514.9

637.4
1,152.7
478.3
1,028.5

1,051.0
482.6
503.3
915.8

597.8
542.8
953.1
803.6


Density
Persons
per Rank
square in
mile state

262 (X)


437
1,128
21
184


1,036
42
18
928


Continued .

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1.40
0.14
0.98
0.17

3.14
9.64
0.08
0.90

0.75
0.85
1.32
0.36

14.23
0.19
0.09
5.08

2.00
0.26
0.07
0.32

0.08
0.06
0.09
0.09

0.16
0.21
0.83
0.55

6.31
0.12
0.71
0.33

0.10
0.05
1.25
2.66


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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, 1995 (Continued)


County

Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison

Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe


17,005
33,415
19,010


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Estimates

Rank
in
Number state

217,533 18
29,843 46
6,873 66
18,344 53

233,160 16
224,612 17
112,036 29
83,401 34

49,127 38
162,707 23
32,855 44
758,962 6

136,627 25
962,802 3
305,576 13
876,200 5

443,153 9
69,516 36
98,188 32
171,160 22

96,091 33
301,528 14
324,130 12
36,456 42

30,534 45
18,322 54
12,647 59
402,970 10


Density
Persons
per Rank
square in
mile state


Per-
centage
of
state

1.54
0.21
0.05
0.13

1.65
1.59
0.79
0.59

0.35
1.15
0.23
5.36

0.97
6.80
2.16
6.19

3.13
0.49
0.69
1.21

0.68
2.13
2.29
0.26


Land
area 1/
(square
miles)

666.8
1,118.4
835.9
692.0

741.2
1,579.0
555.7
997.3

651.6
935.8
774.3
907.6

1,322.0
1,974.2
745.0
280.2

1,874.9
722.2
609.0
572.5

1,015.8
571.8
308.2
545.7


(X) Not applicable.
1/ Land area figures as provided by the Geography division of the U.S. Bureau of the
Census 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: Estimates reflect changes to Dade and Broward counties as a result of Hurri-
cane Andrew in August 1992.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population
Program, Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1995. Census data from U.S. Bureau
of the Census.


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103
473
410
3,129


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


95
527
1,052
67


0.22 687.7
0.13 1,042.0
0.09 240.3
2.85 1,105.9

0.12 606.7
0.24 1,057.7
0.13 579.9


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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, 1995


County or city

Florida
Incorporated
Unincorporated

Alachua
Gainesville
Unincorporated
Baker
Bay
Panama City
Unincorporated
Bradford
Brevard
Titusville
Unincorporated
Broward
Davie
Ft. Lauderdale
Pembroke Pines
Pompano Beach
Unincorporated
Calhoun
Charlotte
Punta Gorda
Unincorporated
Clay
Green Cove Springs
Orange Park
Unincorporated
Collier
Columbia
Lake City
Unincorporated
Dade
Homestead
Miami
North Miami
Opa-Locka
South Miami
Unincorporated
De Soto
Dixie
Duval (Jacksonville)
Escambia
Pensacola
Unincorporated
Franklin
Carrabelle
Unincorporated


Total

78,964
15,257
63,707

2,018
1,532
486
1,741
138
71
67
3,726
1,506
58
1,448
1,579
3
88
486
71
931
1,151
1,232
16
1,216
11
2
2
7
60
1,846
485
1,361
6,372
2
3,114
244
19
5
2,988
1,759
1,088
503
2,163
118
2,045
271
35
236


See footnote at end of table.

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County or city

Gadsden
Chatahoochee
Gretna
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
Unincorporated
Leon
Tallahassee
Unincorporated
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Madison
Unincorporated
Manatee
Bradenton
Palmetto
Unincorporated
Marion
Ocala
Unincorporated
Martin
Stuart
Unincorporated
Monroe
Nassau
Fernandina Beach
Unincorporated


Total

2,089
1,634
119
336
871
1,193
1,293
1,455
1,265
519
74
1,420
985
435
1,279
228
5,188
1,386
128
3,674
898
990
790
751
30
145
576
1,989
1,809
180
260
1,314
1,430
32
1,398
208
136
24
48
2,580
89
2,491
1,470
54
1,416
51
33
9
24


Continued . .


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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, 1995 (Continued)


County or city

Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Eatonville
Orlando
Winter Park
Unincorporated
Osceola
Palm Beach
Boca Raton
Lantana
West Palm Beach
Unincorporated
Pasco
San Antonio
Unincorporated
Pinellas
Clearwater
Pinellas Park
St. Petersburg
Unincorporated
Polk
Bartow
Unincorporated
Putnam
St. Johns
Hastings


Total

1,806
157
2,749
84
90
37
2,538
197
1,940
4
108
277
1,551
799
35
764
1,390
29
25
290
1,046
2,951
229
2,722
430
2
2


County or city

St. Lucie
Ft. Pierce
Unincorporated
Santa Rosa
Milton
Unincorporated
Sarasota
Sarasota
Unincorporated
Seminole
Casselberry
Sanford
Unincorporated
Sumter
Taylor
Union
Raiford
Unincorporated
Volusia
Daytona Beach
Holly Hill
Unincorporated
Walton
De Funiak Springs
Unincorporated
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, 1995.


Total

157
79
78
272
29
243
22
6
16
176
6
42
128
1,223
546
3,964
20
3,944
1,762
48
8
1,706
1,072
39
1,033
547


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Table 1.83. PLANNING DISTRICTS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1995, AND PROJECTIONS
SPECIFIED YEARS APRIL 1, 2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE
AND COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING DISTRICTS OF FLORIDA

(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)


Estimates Projections
District 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020

Florida 14,149.3
Low 14,700.4 15,391.1 16,087.6 16,825.5 17,595.7
Medium 15,414.9 16,630.3 17,825.0 19,036.6 20,254.8
High 16,093.7 17,834.6 19,526.7 21,209.6 22,871.9
District 1 750.5
Low 765.3 767.8 760.8 745.6 722.5
Medium 817.3 875.6 931.7 988.9 1,046.3
High 879.1 1,005.6 1,139.3 1,282.1 1,434.2
District 2 381.7
Low 376.5 368.9 356.3 337.7 315.2
Medium 413.7 440.7 467.1 491.9 516.9
High 454.9 521.8 593.6 667.8 746.5
District 3 396.1
Low 395.1 390.5 381.4 366.1 346.7
Medium 428.6 457.0 484.8 511.0 536.9
High 466.5 533.6 605.0 678.5 757.0
District 4 1,113.4
Low 1,123.2 1,125.3 1,113.2 1,088.0 1,048.8
Medium 1,204.9 1,294.1 1,381.5 1,470.7 1,560.1
High 1,302.3 1,497.2 1,706.3 1,931.2 2,171.8
District 5 514.3
Low 529.9 541.6 540.6 527.2 500.6
Medium 588.9 658.9 728.4 799.2 871.1
High 660.0 803.3 960.6 1,133.4 1,322.0
District 6 2,244.6
Low 2,273.8 2,304.9 2,288.8 2,228.3 2,121.3
Medium 2,510.7 2,773.9 3,033.9 3,299.4 3,567.2
High 2,793.7 3,345.5 3,946.0 4,602.3 5,313.2
District 7 602.8
Low 613.8 617.6 614.2 604.3 587.4
Medium 655.0 703.5 750.9 798.9 847.2
High 704.7 808.2 918.2 1,035.8 1,160.8
District 8 2,307.8
Low 2,294.7 2,269.7 2,223.1 2,156.9 2,070.1
Medium 2,453.8 2,595.9 2,735.3 2,876.8 3,018.7
High 2,638.2 2,977.5 3,337.1 3,720.2 4,126.0
District 9 1,030.4
Low 1,051.4 1,067.3 1,060.4 1,031.8 980.5
Medium 1,159.7 1,283.9 1,406.1 1,531.0 1,657.2
High 1,289.7 1,548.3 1,830.4 2,139.5 2,475.2
District 10 1,346.3
Low 1,361.0 1,375.3 1,363.1 1,326.5 1,264.2
Medium 1,499.2 1,648.1 1,794.8 1,944.4 2,095.5
High 1,663.5 1,979.0 2,320.9 2,693.2 3,095.2
District 11 3,461.4
Low 3,480.8 3,468.6 3,426.4 3,357.2 3,259.8
Medium 3,683.7 3,899.5 4,110.6 4,324.1 4,537.5
High 3,925.1 4,414.6 4,930.6 5,477.6 6,054.0

Note: See footnote on Table 1.84.
Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population
Program, Florida Population Studies, February 1996, Volume 29, No. 2. Bulletin No. 114.

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Table 1.84. PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1995, AND PROJECTIONS
SPECIFIED YEARS APRIL 1, 2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA


Projections


2005


14,700.4 15,391.1 16,087.6 16,825.5 17,595.7
15,414.9 16,630.3 17,825.0 19,036.6 20,254.8
16,093.7 17,834.6 19,526.7 21,209.6 22,871.9


County

Florida
Low
Medium
High

Alachua
Low
Medium
High
Baker
Low
Medium
High
Bay
Low
Medium
High
Bradford
Low
Medium
High
Brevard
Low
Medium
High
Broward
Low
Medium
High
Calhoun
Low
Medium
High
Charlotte
Low
Medium
High
Citrus
Low
Medium
High
Clay
Low
Medium
High
Collier
Low
Medium
High


199.6
239.8
287.2

18.7
24.8
31.8

143.3
171.3
206.2

20.2
27.1
34.4

444.1
585.4
756.1

1,386.8
1,660.3
1,995.7

10.1
13.6
17.3

126.7
185.8
257.3

112.2
147.2
191.0

126.3
165.9
215.1

193.8
283.5
393.4


194.7 188.2
251.2 262.5
317.6 349.6

17.7 16.5
26.2 27.6
35.9 40.3

141.8 138.9
181.9 192.5
231.3 258.0

18.6 16.9
27.9 28.7
37.8 41.4

430.7 409.2
632.1 679.2
874.4 1,001.9

1,368.2 1,336.6
1,757.7 1,855.0
2,232.3 2,482.3

9.4 8.6
14.1 14.6
19.1 21.1

119.9 108.9
205.5 225.5
308.3 364.4

110.5 106.4
161.2 175.4
224.2 260.4

123.9 118.8
181.1 196.3
251.5 290.9

184.8 168.9
315.9 348.7
475.2 565.4


See footnote at end of table.

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Continued . .


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2000


201.2 201.3
213.0 226.5
226.8 256.2

19.9 19.4
22.0 23.4
24.3 28.0

141.9 143.3
150.1 160.8
160.1 182.4

23.0 21.7
25.4 26.3
28.1 31.2

447.3 449.8
492.8 539.5
546.6 647.3

385.9 1,393.2
465.6 1,564.0
562.8 1,773.2

11.3 10.8
12.6 13.1
13.9 15.5

128.2 129.5
147.4 166.7
169.9 211.3

108.7 111.6
119.6 133.4
132.9 160.7

123.8 126.3
136.2 151.2
151.3 181.8

191.7 196.1
220.1 251.9
254.1 320.0


Estimates
1995

14,149.3





198.3


20.3




139.2




24.3




445.0


1,364.2


1,
1,
1,
12.0




127.6




105.5




120.9




186.5


2UlU


2015


zu2020


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Table 1.84. PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1995, AND PROJECTIONS
SPECIFIED YEARS APRIL 1, 2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)





Estimates Projections
County 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020

Columbia 50.4
Low 49.9 49.8 48.8 46.9 44.3
Medium 55.1 59.8 64.4 69.1 73.7
High 61.0 71.6 83.1 95.3 108.4
Dade 2,013.8
Low 2,010.8 1,991.5 1,956.5 1,907.5 1,843.9
Medium 2,129.2 2,241.2 2,350.7 2,461.5 2,572.3
High 2,267.5 2,534.6 2,815.4 3,112.3 3,424.5
De Soto 26.6
Low 28.6 29.0 29.0 28.8 28.3
Medium 30.2 32.5 34.7 36.9 39.2
High 32.2 36.9 41.8 47.0 52.5
Dixie 12.4
Low 12.1 11.9 11.4 10.5 9.4
Medium 14.0 15.4 16.8 18.2 19.6
High 16.1 19.4 23.1 27.1 31.5
Duval 718.4
Low 718.7 713.0 701.5 684.9 662.9
Medium 760.9 802.2 842.5 883.4 924.2
High 810.4 907.4 1,009.5 1,117.5 1,231.1
Escambia 282.7
Low 285.2 280.8 273.8 265.1 254.8
Medium 302.3 316.5 329.6 343.0 356.4
High 321.6 357.4 393.9 432.5 473.1
Flagler 37.0
Low 39.9 42.5 43.3 42.4 39.5
Medium 45.6 54.3 62.9 71.8 80.8
High 52.9 69.4 88.0 108.9 132.3
Franklin 10.2
Low 10.0 9.8 9.4 8.9 8.3
Medium 11.1 11.8 12.5 13.2 13.9
High 12.2 14.0 16.0 18.1 20.3
Gadsden 44.7
Low 44.4 43.0 41.5 39.7 37.7
Medium 47.2 48.6 50.1 51.6 53.1
High 50.1 54.8 59.7 64.8 70.1
Gilchrist 11.9
Low 11.5 11.2 10.5 9.3 7.6
Medium 13.9 15.7 17.5 19.3 21.2
High 16.5 20.8 25.7 31.0 37.0
Glades 8.6
Low 8.8 8.4 7.9 7.2 6.3
Medium 10.2 11.0 11.7 12.5 13.3
High 11.7 13.8 16.0 18.5 21.1
Gulf 13.3
Low 13.7 12.9 12.1 11.1 10.1
Medium 15.2 15.7 16.1 16.6 17.1
High 16.7 18.6 20.5 22.6 24.7




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Table 1.84. PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1995, AND PROJECTIONS
SPECIFIED YEARS APRIL 1, 2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)


Estimates
1995

12.5


2000


County

Hamilton
Low
Medium
High
Hardee
Low
Medium
High
Hendry
Low
Medium
High
Hernando
Low
Medium
High
Highlands
Low
Medium
High
Hillsborough
Low
Medium
High
Holmes
Low
Medium
High
Indian River
Low
Medium
High
Jackson
Low
Medium
High
Jefferson
Low
Medium
High
Lafayette
Low
Medium
High
Lake
Low
Medium
High


See footnote at end of table.


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12.5
14.5
16.6
22.9
21.3
23.6
26.0
29.5
29.6
32.7
36.2
L17.9
120.7
138.6
160.0
77.3
78.0
85.9
95.3
892.9
903.4
955.6
1,018.7
17.4
16.3
18.0
19.9
L00.3
101.0
111.3
123.4
46.6
45.7
48.5
51.6
13.5
13.0
14.3
15.8
6.5
6.5
7.5
8.6
176.9
181.5
199.7
221.8


Projections
2010


2015


2020


2005



11.8
15.4
19.3

20.0
24.3
28.8

29.7
35.7
42.8

123.8
159.0
202.0

78.7
94.4
113.3

905.0
1,016.5
1,151.8

15.3
18.6
22.0

101.8
122.0
146.4

44.4
50.2
56.5

12.5
15.1
17.9

6.2
8.0
10.1

185.6
222.0
267.1


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10.9 9.8 8.5
16.2 17.1 17.9
22.1 25.1 28.3

18.6 17.1 15.5
24.9 25.6 26.3
31.7 34.7 37.8

29.2 28.3 26.8
38.6 41.5 44.5
49.8 57.4 65.6

122.6 117.2 107.3
179.3 200.1 221.4
248.9 301.3 359.2

78.0 75.9 72.2
102.7 111.2 119.8
132.8 154.0 176.9

898.1 883.7 861.2
1,076.1 1,136.4 1,196.6
1,292.4 1,441.7 1,599.4

14.3 13.1 11.9
19.1 19.6 20.2
24.3 26.6 29.1

100.6 97.7 92.9
132.6 143.3 154.2
171.3 198.4 227.5

42.9 41.2 39.3
51.8 53.5 55.1
61.7 67.2 72.9

11.9 11.1 10.3
15.8 16.5 17.3
20.2 22.6 25.1

5.7 5.2 4.6
8.5 9.1 9.6
11.7 13.4 15.2

185.8 182.4 175.2
244.1 266.6 289.3
316.4 370.4 428.9


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Table 1.84. PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1995, AND PROJECTIONS
SPECIFIED YEARS APRIL 1, 2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)





Estimates Projections
County 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020

Lee 376.7
Low 383.8 390.3 389.0 380.3 363.9
Medium 422.5 467.3 511.4 556.5 602.0
High 469.1 561.7 662.3 772.1 891.0
Leon 217.5
Low 214.6 212.4 206.8 196.7 183.8
Medium 237.0 255.7 274.2 290.8 307.5
High 262.3 305.6 352.1 399.5 449.9
Levy 29.8
Low 30.1 30.2 29.9 29.0 27.5
Medium 33.1 36.3 39.4 42.5 45.7
High 36.7 43.5 50.9 58.8 67.4
Liberty 6.9
Low 6.2 5.7 5.0 4.2 3.3
Medium 7.5 8.0 8.5 9.0 9.5
High 8.9 10.5 12.3 14.2 16.3
Madison 18.3
Low 17.2 16.4 15.5 14.4 13.1
Medium 19.1 19.9 20.6 21.4 22.2
High 21.1 23.6 26.3 29.1 32.1
Manatee 233.2
Low 232.3 231.9 227.5 219.4 207.4
Medium 256.1 278.5 300.4 322.7 345.1
High 283.9 333.7 387.4 445.4 507.8
Marion 224.6
Low 230.8 236.4 237.0 232.9 223.8
Medium 253.9 282.6 311.1 340.2 369.5
High 282.0 340.1 403.5 472.8 548.0
Martin 112.0
Low 113.6 114.9 114.0 111.0 105.8
Medium 125.2 137.7 150.0 162.6 175.4
High 138.9 165.4 194.0 225.3 259.1
Monroe 83.4
Low 84.1 83.9 83.1 81.5 79.3
Medium 88.9 94.3 99.6 104.9 110.2
High 94.8 106.8 119.5 133.0 147.2
Nassau 49.1
Low 48.8 48.7 47.7 45.9 43.3
Medium 53.9 58.5 63.0 67.5 72.1
High 59.7 70.0 81.2 93.2 106.1
Okaloosa 162.7
Low 168.7 172.8 174.6 174.5 172.5
Medium 178.2 193.4 208.2 223.1 238.1
High 190.3 219.9 251.3 284.8 320.4
Okeechobee 32.9
Low 34.0 34.1 33.6 32.5 30.8
Medium 37.5 40.9 44.3 47.7 51.1
High 41.6 49.1 57.2 65.9 75.4




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SPECIFIED YEARS APRIL 1, 2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)


Estimates
1995

759.0


Projections
2005 ~ ~ ^ 201. 0


2000


County

Orange
Low
Medium
High
Osceola
Low
Medium
High
Palm Beach
Low
Medium
High
Pasco
Low
Medium
High
Pinellas
Low
Medium
High
Polk
Low
Medium
High
Putnam
Low
Medium
High
St. Johns
Low
Medium
High
St. Lucie
Low
Medium
High
Santa Rosa
Low
Medium
High
Sarasota
Low
Medium
High
Seminole
Low
Medium
High


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768.5
846.2
939.3
136.6
143.0
163.9
189.5
962.8
969.2
1,067.9
1,184.6
305.6
303.6
334.8
371.0
876.2
855.4
907.3
964.6
443.2
451.9
477.8
509.6
69.5
70.4
74.5
79.4
98.2
101.7
111.8
124.3
171.2
177.2
194.8
216.6
96.1
100.4
110.4
122.7
301.5
309.3
326.8
348.7
324.1
332.3
365.7
406.1


1,
1,








1,
1,









1,


780.2
934.3
1,122.8

149.1
190.9
243.2

976.0
1,170.3
1,404.5

302.4
363.2
435.1

830.4
937.7
1,056.9

455.8
511.4
580.1

70.5
79.2
89.7

104.9
125.3
150.9

182.6
218.1
262.7

103.1
123.2
148.3

313.3
351.3
398.7

339.8
406.4
488.9


776.6
,021.4
322.3

149.5
217.8
303.5

964.6
,271.1
,642.4

296.0
391.0
504.0

801.5
967.8
,153.3

455.0
544.3
654.7

70.0
83.8
100.7

105.7
138.6
180.0

183.9
241.1
313.2

103.5
135.8
176.3

313.8
375.1
451.6

340.1
446.7
579.1


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758.5 725.1
1,110.4 1,200.0
1,539.9 1,775.3

144.2 133.1
245.5 273.5
370.9 445.5

936.3 890.3
1,373.8 1,477.2
1,900.9 2,179.7

284.9 268.9
419.3 447.7
578.5 658.3

768.9 732.6
998.4 1,029.3
1,254.6 1,360.5

450.0 440.6
577.5 610.8
734.2 818.2

68.8 67.1
88.5 93.2
112.3 124.6

104.4 100.7
152.2 165.9
211.9 246.5

181.5 175.2
264.7 288.7
368.6 428.9

101.9 98.1
148.8 161.8
206.9 240.1

311.3 305.7
399.1 423.2
508.0 567.7

333.9 320.8
487.9 529.7
678.0 785.3


200UU


2010


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SPECIFIED YEARS APRIL 1, 2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)





Estimates Projections
County 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020

Sumter 36.5
Low 39.6 39.6 38.9 37.6 35.6
Medium 43.7 47.6 51.4 55.2 59.1
High 48.4 57.0 66.3 76.3 87.0
Suwannee 30.5
Low 31.6 32.3 32.7 32.6 32.2
Medium 33.4 36.2 39.0 41.7 44.5
High 35.6 41.2 47.0 53.3 59.9
Taylor 18.3
Low 17.4 16.2 14.9 13.6 12.2
Medium 19.3 19.6 20.0 20.4 20.7
High 21.2 23.3 25.3 27.5 29.8
Union 12.6
Low 12.2 11.7 11.2 10.5 9.7
Medium 13.4 14.2 14.9 15.6 16.3
High 14.9 16.9 19.1 21.3 23.8
Volusia 403.0
Low 401.2 400.4 392.7 378.6 357.9
Medium 442.4 480.8 518.5 556.9 595.5
High 490.4 576.2 668.6 768.7 876.3
Wakulla 17.0
Low 17.6 17.4 16.6 15.4 13.8
Medium 20.3 22.5 24.5 26.6 28.8
High 23.4 28.4 33.8 39.7 46.1
Walton 33.4
Low 33.8 34.0 33.6 32.5 30.8
Medium 37.3 40.8 44.2 47.7 51.2
High 41.3 49.0 57.1 66.0 75.5
Washington 19.0
Low 19.0 18.5 17.7 16.7 15.5
Medium 21.0 22.3 23.5 24.8 26.1
High 23.2 26.6 30.2 34.0 38.0










Note: The medium projection is the one we believe is most likely to provide an accu-
rate 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 distribu-
tions, however, future populations will fall between high and low projections in approx-
imately two-thirds of Florida's counties. Adjustments have been made to account for the
effects of Hurricane Andrew on Dade county. For a detailed description of projection
methodology, see the source.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population
Program, Florida Population Studies, February 1996, Volume 29, No. 2. Bulletin No. 114.

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Table 1.87. VETERANS: ESTIMATED NUMBER OF VETERANS IN CIVIL LIFE BY PERIOD
OF SERVICE IN FLORIDA AND THE UNITED STATES, JULY 1, 1994

(rounded to thousands)


War veterans


Total
vet-
erans


World World Korea
Total War I War II 1/


1,715 1,351
26,365 20,327


rer-
Viet- sian
nam Gulf
1/ 1/


Peacetime veterans
Be-
tween
Korea
and Post-
viet- viet- Oth-
nam nam er


2 638 236 420 55 152 200 12
18 7,770 3,798 7,713 1,027 2,842 3,031 165


1/ No prior wartime service.
Source: U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs, Annual Report of the Secretary of Vet-
erans Affairs, Fiscal Year, 1994.

Table 1.89. IMMIGRANTS: NEW ARRIVALS BY PORT OF ENTRY IN FLORIDA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES, FISCAL YEARS 1994 AND 1995


Port of entry

Florida

Jacksonville
Key West
Miami
Orlando
Port Canaveral


1994 1995

44,364 36,668


8
1
42,642
1,373
1


6
0
35,090
1,005


Port of entry

Florida (Continued)
Port Everglades
Tampa
West Palm Beach

United States


1994 1995


490,429 380,291


Note: Excludes legal immigrants admitted under "residency since 1982" and special
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 1995


Country
of birth

Total 1/
Canada
Colombia
Cuba
Dominican Republic
Haiti
Honduras
India


United
Florida States


62,023
1,620
2,819
15,112
2,090
5,869
1,236
1,141


720,461
12,932
10,838
17,937
38,512
14,021
5,496
34,748


Country
of birth


Jamaica
Mexico
Nicaragua
Peru
Philippines
United Kingdom
Venezuela
Vietnam


United
Florida States


4,261
1,922
2,042
1,607
1,806
1,508
1,115
1,194


16,398
89,932
4,408
8,066
50,984
12,326
2,627
41,752


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 and includes legalized aliens.
Source for Tables 1.89 and 1.90: U.S., Immigration and Naturalization Service,
Statistics Division, unpublished data.


Area


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Table 1.91. IMMIGRANTS: NUMBER ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OF BIRTH AND INTENDED
RESIDENCE IN THE METROPOLITAN AREAS OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1995



Mel-
Ft. Lake- bourne-
Ft. Ft. Pierce- land- Titus-
Day- Lau- Myers- Port Jack- Win- ville-
County tona der- Cape St. Gaines- son- ter Palm Nap-
of birth Beach dale Coral Lucie ville ville Haven Bay Miami les


Total l/ 626 8,373 552 507
Canada 63 324 41 24
Colombia 8 501 15 5
Cuba 12 340 7 6
Dominican
Republic 10 280 18 5
Haiti 5 1,274 40 97
Honduras 4 69 9 5
India 56 156 7 19
Jamaica 28 1,538 25 31
Mexico 84 64 67 129
Nicaragua 3 55 0 1
Peru 5 263 11 7
Philippines 36 123 20 9
United
Kingdom 34 190 35 24
Vietnam 13 78 8 11


303 1,528 497 592 30,935 605
20 34 25 32 148 51
5 18 4 9 1,726 14
6 31 20 6 13,670 64

7 14 12 6 1,352 6
6 129 77 3 2,329 142
3 10 6 8 924 3
28 56 29 32 143 5
4 36 53 40 1,352 10
1 23 76 7 214 96
3 7 0 3 1,855 1
5 5 1 7 1,043 13
12 255 13 51 480 12

10 60 17 36 152 26
11 76 17 18 16 3


Tampa-
Sara- St. West
sota- Peters- Palm
Bra- Talla- burg- Beach-
Or- Panama Pensa- Punta den- hassee Clear- Boca
Ocala lando City cola Gorda ton water Raton


195 4,806 162
21 137 5
8 183 1
3 96 2

1 175 0
1 442 0
1 37 0
24 175 16
7 337 0
11 248 3
1 30 1
1 88 1
8 219 20

6 300 16
5 311 32


278 193 730 269 4,379 4,942
11 33 83 3 290 183
1 6 12 1 94 186
0 2 17 0 442 239

0 0 5 2 90 88
0 17 22 3 131 1,111
2 2 16 0 50 74
10 1 11 27 188 134
2 17 8 9 152 524
7 4 81 7 264 183
2 0 3 2 18 47
0 1 4 0 77 64
49 23 25 12 205 123


25 15 58
57 1 13


17 195 206
11 421 67


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 and includes legalized aliens.

Source: U.S., Immigration and Naturalization Service, Statistics Division, unpub-
lished data.


Total i/
Canada
Colombia
Cuba
Dominican
Republic
Haiti
Honduras
India
Jamaica
Mexico
Nicaragua
Peru
Philippines
United
Kingdom
Vietnam


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HOUSING


Single-family Existing Homes Sales and

Median Sales Prices, 1995

Existing Homes Sales


Daytona Beach
Ft. Lauderdale
Ft Myers-Cape Coral
Ft Pierce-Port St Lucie
Ft. Walton Beach
Gamnesvlle
Jacksonville
Lakeland-Winter Haven
Melboume-Titusville-Pakn Bay
Miami
Naples
Ocala
Orlando
Panama City
Pensacola
Punta Gorda
Sarasota-Bradenton
Tallahassee
Tampa-St Petersburg-Clea rater
WestPalm Beach-Boca Raton


Daytona Beach
Ft. Lauderdale
Ft. Myers-Cape Coral
Ft. Pierce-Port St Lucie
Ft. Walton Beach
Gainesville
Jacksonville
Lakeland-W inter Haven
Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay
Miami
Naples
Ocala
Orlando
PanamaCity
Pensacola
Punta Gorda
Sarasota-Bradenton
Tallahassee
Tampa-St PetersburgClearwater
West Palm Beach-Boca Raton


0 2,500 5,000 7,500 10,000 12.500 15,000 17.500

Median Sales Price


--- -


--- -




--- -
--- -






--- -
--- -


$40.000


$60.000


$80,000


$20.000


20.000 22.500 25.000


ur


$100,000 $120.000 $140,000 $160,000


Source: Table 2.21


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SECTION 2.00
HOUSING

TABLES LISTED BY MAJOR HEADINGS


HEADING

HOME SALES:
Table 2.21. SALES AND MEDIAN SALES PRICE OF EXISTING SINGLE-FAMILY HOMES IN
SPECIFIED METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS (MSAS) OF FLORIDA, 1994 AND
1995
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 DISTRICTS, AND CITIES OF FLORIDA, 1995
HOUSE PURCHASE PRICE:
Table 2.10. COST OF A HOUSE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1994 AND 1995
HOUSEHOLDS AND AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE:
Table 2.05. ESTIMATES IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1995
MOBILE HOME AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLE TAGS:
Table 2.36. NUMBER SOLD IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR
1994-95
PUBLIC LODGING:
Table 2.30. LICENSED LODGINGS, APARTMENTS, ROOMING HOUSES, RENTAL
CONDOMINIUMS, AND TRANSIENT APARTMENTS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES
OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1995-96
STATES:
Table 2.01. ESTIMATES OF HOUSING UNITS AND HOUSEHOLDS IN FLORIDA, OTHER
STATES, AND THE UNITED STATES, JULY 1, 1994
Table 2.02. HOMEOWNERSHIP RATES IN THE STATE AND SPECIFIED METROPOLITAN
STATISTICAL AREAS (MSAS) OF FLORIDA AND IN OTHER STATES AND THE
UNITED STATES, 1993, 1994, AND 1995


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Table 2.01. STATES: ESTIMATES OF HOUSING UNITS AND HOUSEHOLDS IN FLORIDA, OTHER
STATES, AND THE UNITED STATES, JULY 1, 1994

(in thousands)


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


Total Households
housing Persons
units Total in-- State

6,594 5,456 13,656 Missouri
Montana
1,742 1,583 4,126 Nebraska

248 208 586 Nevada
1,783 1,503 3,995 New Hampshire
1,031 927 2,395 New Jersey

11,679 10,850 30,676 New Mexico
1,552 1,417 3,576 New York
1,352 1,222 3,177 North Carolina

312 264 685 North Dakota
Ohio
276 237 529 Oklahoma

2,850 2,581 6,880 Oregon
421 381 1,142 Pennsylvania
451 405 1,111 Rhode Island

4,629 4,308 11,470 South Carolina
2,363 2,161 5,593 South Dakota
1,179 1,082 2,731 Tennessee

1,082 966 2,473 Texas
1,571 1,440 3,724 Utah
1,732 1,543 4,198 Vermont

608 474 1,204 Virginia
2,009 1,831 4,891 Washington
2,526 2,265 5,824 West Virginia

4,005 3,502 9,285 Wisconsin
1,945 1,711 4,451 Wyoming


Total Households
housing Persons
units Total in--

2,285 2,008 5,133
371 325 832
685 614 1,575

618 560 1,433
519 424 1,106
3,139 2,845 7,740

668 587 1,624
7,269 6,669 17,620
3,053 2,679 6,840

285 241 614
4,518 4,190 10,838
1,423 1,236 3,163

1,288 1,195 3,021
5,050 4,551 11,704
423 374 960

1,534 1,337 3,552
308 265 696
2,133 1,966 5,046

7,318 6,539 17,984
642 599 1,878
278 220 559

2,668 2,439 6,350
2,217 2,042 5,222
793 705 1,785

2,174 1,890 4,948
207 178 465


Mississippi 1,037 949 2,598 United States 106,842 95,946 253,664















Note: Detail may not add to totals because of rounding. See Glossary for definition
of household.

Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census the Internet at www.census/gov/>.

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Table 2.02. STATES: HOMEOWNERSHIP RATES IN THE STATE AND SPECIFIED METROPOLITAN
STATISTICAL AREAS (MSAS) OF FLORIDA AND IN OTHER STATES AND THE
UNITED STATES, 1993, 1994, AND 1995


State and
MSA


Florida
Ft. Lauderdale MSA
Jacksonville MSA
Miami MSA
Orlando MSA
Tampa-St. Petersburg-
Clearwater MSA

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona


Arkansas
California
Colorado


State and
1993 1994 1995 MSA

65.5 65.7 66.6 Minnesota
69.4 69.0 68.8 Mississippi
61.7 63.9 66.6 Missouri
51.6 51.4 50.9 Montana
60.2 59.6 61.7 Nebraska
Nevada
66.9 66.0 68.1 New Hampshire

70.2 68.5 70.1 New Jersey
55.4 58.8 60.9 New Mexico
69.1 67.7 62.9 New York

70.5 68.1 67.2 North Carolina
56.0 55.5 55.4 North Dakota
61.8 62.9 64.6 Ohio


1993 1994 1995


64.5 64.1 64.9
69.1 66.8 67.0
52.8 52.5 52.7

68.8 68.7 70.1
62.7 63.3 67.3
68.5 67.4 67.9


Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia


64.5 63.8 68.2 Oklahoma 70.3 68.5 69.8
74.1 70.5 71.7 Oregon 63.8 63.9 63.2
35.7 37.8 39.2 Pennsylvania 72.0 71.8 71.5


66.5 63.4 66.6 Rhode Island
52.8 52.3 50.2 South Carolina
72.1 70.7 72.0 South Dakota

61.8 64.2 66.4 Tennessee
68.7 68.4 71.0 Texas
68.2 70.1 71.4 Utah

68.9 69.0 67.5 Vermont
68.8 70.6 71.2 Virginia
65.4 65.8 65.3 Washington


71.9 72.6 76.7
65.5 64.1 65.8
60.7 60.6 60.2
72.3 72.0 72.2


West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
United States


57.6 56.5 57.9
71.1 72.0 71.3
65.6 66.4 67.5

64.1 65.2 67.0
58.7 59.7 61.4
68.9 69.3 71.5

68.5 69.4 70.4
68.5 69.3 68.1
63.1 62.4 61.6

73.3 73.7 73.1
65.7 64.2 67.5
67.1 65.8 69.0
64.0 64.0 64.7


Note: Data are based on the American Housing Survey (AHS) conducted by the Bureau
of the Census. Homeownership rates are computed by dividing the number of households
that are owners by the total number of households.

Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Housing Vacancy Survey:
Annual Statistics, 1995. Data from the Internet at .


Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho

Illinois
Indiana
Iowa


Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana

Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan


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Table 2.05. HOUSEHOLDS AND AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE: ESTIMATES IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1995


Average Average
household household
Households size Households size
Per- Per- Per- Per-
cent- cent- cent- cent-
Esti- age Esti- age Esti- age Esti- age
County mates 1/ mates 1/ County mates 1/ mates I/

Florida 5,613,616 9.3 2.46 0.0 Lafayette 1,971 14.5 2.74 0.0
Lake 74,150 16.6 2.34 -0.4
Alachua 78,132 9.6 2.39 -0.4 Lee 157,694 12.5 2.35 0.0
Baker 6,157 10.9 2.98 -0.7 Leon 84,697 13.2 2.42 -0.4
Bay 53,992 10.3 2.53 -0.4 Levy 11,636 15.4 2.51 -0.4
Bradford 7,647 6.3 2.68 0.0 Liberty 2,038 19.5 2.69 0.0
Brevard 179,963 11.5 2.43 0.0 Madison 6,040 9.4 2.75 0.0

Broward 575,626 8.9 2.34 -0.4 Manatee 100,238 10.1 2.29 0.0
Calhoun 4,032 6.3 2.63 -0.4 Marion 90,313 15.5 2.44 0.0
Charlotte 55,946 15.5 2.23 0.0 Martin 47,863 11.3 2.28 0.0
Citrus 45,775 12.8 2.27 0.0 Monroe 35,899 6.9 2.24 0.0
Clay 41,930 14.4 2.85 -0.3 Nassau 18,146 12.1 2.68 0.0
Collier 75,898 23.0 2.40 -0.4 Okaloosa 60,226 13.0 2.60 0.0
Columbia 18,001 15.3 2.66 -0.4 Okeechobee 11,394 11.6 2.74 -0.4

Dade 717,062 3.6 2.76 0.4 Orange 288,731 13.3 2.56 0.0
De Soto 9,198 11.9 2.62 0.0 Osceola 49,675 26.9 2.68 0.0
Dixie 4,425 13.0 2.56 0.0 Palm Beach 405,665 11.0 2.33 0.4
Duval 274,838 6.8 2.54 0.0 Pasco 132,178 8.6 2.26 0.0
Escambia 105,365 6.9 2.57 0.0 Pinellas 391,107 2.8 2.18 0.0
Flagler 15,319 28.9 2.40 0.0 Polk 170,775 9.5 2.53 0.0
Franklin 4,043 11.4 2.41 -0.4 Putnam 26,849 7.1 2.54 -0.4

Gadsden 14,601 8.9 2.89 -0.3 St. Johns 39,266 17.5 2.43 -0.4
Gilchrist 4,001 21.8 2.65 0.0 St. Lucie 66,289 13.9 2.54 0.0
Glades 3,257 12.9 2.56 -0.4 Santa Rosa 35,254 17.9 2.68 0.0
Gulf 4,631 7.1 2.56 0.0 Sarasota 135,944 8.3 2.18 0.0
Hamilton 3,900 11.8 2.81 0.0 Seminole 121,562 12.9 2.64 0.0
Hardee 7,056 10.4 2.94 -0.3 Sumter 14,042 15.9 2.46 0.0
Hendry 9,474 12.8 2.98 -0.3 Suwannee 11,461 14.2 2.61 0.0

Hernando 49,128 16.1 2.37 0.0 Taylor 6,662 4.1 2.66 -0.4
Highlands 33,388 13.0 2.28 0.0 Union 2,982 12.2 2.91 0.0
Hillsborough 347,880 7.1 2.51 0.0 Volusia 166,698 8.7 2.33 0.0
Holmes 6,221 7.3 2.56 0.0 Wakulla 6,250 20.0 2.69 -0.4
Indian River 42,371 11.3 2.33 0.0 Walton 13,147 16.4 2.44 0.0
Jackson 15,973 10.4 2.55 -0.4 Washington 7,090 10.0 2.55 0.0
Jefferson 4,454 11.9 2.78 -0.4


1/ Percentage change 1990 to 1995.
Note: The occurrence of Hurricane Andrew in August 1992 created significant problems
in south Florida for the usual estimation methodology. The hurricane destroyed thou-
sands of housing units and forced many residents to move to other locations. 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, Population
Program, Florida Population Studies, January 1996, Volume 29, No. 1. Bulletin No. 113.

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Table 2.10. HOUSE PURCHASE PRICE: COST OF A HOUSE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES
OF FLORIDA, 1994 AND 1995

(in dollars)


1994 1995 A/ County


County

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


87,622
77,977
81,345
80,304

100,769
107,170
70,616
85,480
83,786

89,052
112,135
77,420
120,199
80,876

78,546
90,599
80,395
88,948
91,756

76,801
84,707
93,039
79,261
75,164

81,217
84,157
91,063
84,516
102,742

73,013
98,793
73,013
76,023
74,890


83,789
75,133
80,301
78,232

84,370
109,359
68,197
91,147
79,140

86,010
108,953
75,198
114,667
74,401

72,136
87,014
77,487
87,345
81,769

72,157
76,405
87,624
76,338
68,699

75,037
81,971
82,543
78,359
101,298

70,667
90,712
69,807
69,805
69,914


1994 1995 A/


95,122
107,660
87,144
80,841

75,376
75,336
103,662
79,583
104,277

144,710
88,419
86,881
90,331
96,065

92,383
107,507
86,119
105,258
92,936

83,545
95,809
92,437
79,933
107,053

92,108
86,609
74,901
76,824
79,790

93,463
79,259
82,060
74,799


90,181
96,397
81,981
74,902

68,587
68,886
90,527
75,760
95,671

141,640
85,552
84,075
85,079
93,559

87,032
101,611
76,809
103,808
89,362

80,882
94,315
80,531
77,517
101,531

91,695
81,029
69,222
70,029
70,660

85,601
77,535
80,599
70,193


A/ Prices reflect a decrease
Department of Revenue.


in the cost of construction as reported by the Florida


Note: Data represent the cost of a house as measured by the Florida Price Level In-
dex (FPLI) and are based on a sample of records for those single-family residential pro-
perties eligible for homestead exemption and which are between 1,200 and 1,600 square
feet. The goal of this method is to provide data on homes that would fit on an "aver-
age" lot, eliminate upper and lower income levels, and guard against weekend homes and
part-time residents. Excludes mobile homes. See discussion of FPLI on Table 24.80.

Source: State of Florida, Department of Education, Office of Education Budget and
Management, unpublished data.


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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


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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 DISTRICTS, AND CITIES OF FLORIDA, 1995


District
and city

Florida


District 1
Atlantic Beach
Crestview
Dowling Park
Gainesville
Jacksonville
Jacksonville Beach
Keystone Heights
Lake City
Marianna
Milton
Monticello
Ocala
Palatka
Panama City
Penney Farms
Pensacola
Ponte Vedra Beach
St. Augustine
Shalimar
Tallahassee
District 2
Apopka
Davenport
Eustis
Fern Park
Lake Alfred
Lakeland
Leesburg
Longwood
Maitland
Mount Dora
Orlando
Sanford
Tavares
Winter Haven
Winter Park
District 3
Largo
Pinellas Park
St. Petersburg
South Pasadena
District 4
Lakeland
Lake Wales
Plant City
Tampa
Winter Haven


Residen-
tial Nursing District
Homes units beds and city

246 39,469 8,768 District 5
Bradenton
44 6,642 1,519 Cape Coral
1 346 42 Ft. Myers
1 70 0 Grove City
1 341 161 Lehigh Acres
1 97 0 Naples
21 2,878 752 North Ft. Myers
1 199 0 Port Charlotte
1 94 0 Sarasota
1 150 0 Sebring
2 124 60 Venice
1 0 120 District 6
1 0 97 Florida City
1 161 0 Hialeah
1 76 0 Miami
1 216 0 Miami Beach
1 291 40 Miami Springs
2 482 106 North Miami
1 258 30 Opa-Locka
1 0 51 Sweetwater
1 379 0 District 7
3 480 60 Boca Raton
30 4,706 1,301 Coral Springs
1 32 0 Deerfield Beach
1 70 60 Delray Beach
1 45 0 Ft. Lauderdale
1 176 0 Hallandale
1 0 31 Hollywood
1 389 60 Jensen Beach
1 0 120 Juno Beach
1 241 60 Lake Worth
1 102 39 Palm City
2 322 120 Pembroke Pines
12 2,001 600 Plantation
1 158 0 Pompano Beach
1 146 30 Port St. Lucie
1 68 0 West Palm Beach
4 956 181 District 8
16 2,752 307 Cocoa
1 400 0 Melbourne
2 195 0 Merritt Island
12 1,977 307 Palm Bay
1 180 0 Vero Beach
19 2,971 250 Viera
3 468 0 West Melbourne
1 0 100 District 9
1 75 0 Belleair
13 2,229 150 Brooksville
1 199 0 Clearwater


Homes

28
3
1
3
1
1
2
1
3
8
3
2
28
1
4
17
2
1
1
1
1
43
5
1
2
3
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
3
1
6
10
1
3
1
1
2
1
1
15
1
2
6


See footnote at end of table.


Residen-
tial Nursing
units beds

5,364 1,181
544 93
221 60
1,335 280
100 0
80 0
684 169
80 0
147 104
1,217 295
505 120
451 60
3,167 1,145
30 0
285 0
2,238 664
351 0
50 269
0 212
113 0
100 0
8,524 1,729
1,400 240
432 0
388 0
926 244
363 0
120 0
376 0
99 0
291 60
261 60
168 42
0 85
328 60
844 184
98 30
630 430
1,650 294
150 0
510 0
158 96
66 0
620 84
0 114
146 0
1,866 562
0 126
88 180
659 116



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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 DISTRICTS, AND CITIES OF FLORIDA, 1995 (Continued)


District
and city

District 9 (Cont.)
Dade City
Dunedin
Hudson
Lecanto
New Port Richey
Palm Harbor
Port Richey
Spring Hill


Residen-
tial Nursing
Homes units beds


1 0
1 386
1 70
1 48
1 135
2 639
1 80
1 217


District
and city

District 9 (Cont.)
Tarpon Springs
Zephyrhills
District 11
Daytona Beach
DeLand
Holly Hill
Orange City
Port Orange


Residen-
tial Nursing
Homes units beds


90
48
1,827
474
468
343
470
72


Note: Includes personal care units, cluster homes, adult congregate living facility
units and/or assisted living units. Excludes homes in construction.
Source: Florida Association of Homes for the Aging, 1995 Directory of Members.

Table 2.21. HOME SALES: SALES AND MEDIAN SALES PRICE OF EXISTING SINGLE-FAMILY
HOMES IN SPECIFIED METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS (MSAS)
OF FLORIDA, 1994 AND 1995


Florida 1/

Daytona Beach 1/
Ft. Lauderdale
Ft. Myers-Cape Coral 1/
Ft. Pierce-Port St. Lucie
Ft. Walton Beach
Gainesville
Jacksonville 1/
Lakeland-Winter Haven 1/
Melbourne-Titusville-
Palm Bay
Miami 1/
Naples
Ocala
Orlando
Panama City
Pensacola 1/
Punta Gorda
Sarasota-Bradenton 1/
Tallahassee
Tampa-St. Petersburg-
Clearwater
West Palm Beach-Boca Raton


Number of homes sold
Per-


Median sales price
1994 1995 Per-


centage (dol- (dol- centage
1994 1995 change lars) lars) change

120,817 121,533 0.6 86,200 87,900 2.0


4,413
13,291
3,457
2,561
2,435
1,909
7,317
1,909

4,167
11,240
1,609
2,177
13,030
1,564
2,829
1,751
5,916
2,016


4,381
12,597
3,335
2,685
2,493
1,890
7,591
1,960

3,890
10,172
1,515
2,206
14,649
1,603
2,638
1,701
5,820
1,806


-0.7
-5.2
-3.5
4.8
2.4
-1.0
3.7
2.7

-6.6
-9.5
-5.8
1.3
12.4
2.5
-6.8
-2.9
-1.6
-10.4


71,400
103,300
86,500
80,200
86,800
84,600
83,500
69,100

75,800
102,600
144,700
59,200
87,700
68,900
76,400
69,900
94,200
97,800


72,500
105,900
86,600
78,100
92,800
89,900
84,000
69,000

78,000
107,100
149,100
61,200
86,300
77,300
79,800
71,000
98,700
99,800


23,620 24,811 5.0 75,300 78,100
8,989 9,114 1.4 117,400 122,700


1/ Due to periodic unavailability of data, figures are adjusted for comparison pur-
poses.
Source: Florida Association of Realtors and University of Florida, Real Estate Re-
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Table 2.30. PUBLIC LODGING: LICENSED LODGINGS, APARTMENTS, ROOMING HOUSES, RENTAL CONDOMINIUMS, AND TRANSIENT
APARTMENTS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1995-96


Total
licensed
lodgings 1/
Number Units


Apartment
buildings
Number Units


Rooming
houses
Number Units


Rental
condominiums
Number Units


30,401 1,231,386 17,451 806,886 637 8,198 5,981 64,449


Transient
apartment
buildings 2/
Number Units

1,677 17,494


Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
l Citrus


Clay
Collier
Columbia

Dade
De Soto
Dixie

Duval
Escambia
Flagler

Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades


23,801
166
18,547


28 770
555 29,075
3,763 132,247


20,028
59
4,492


12 367
343 18,659
2,776 98,759


111
3,126
1,986


6,857
22
13


5,297
15,655
3,122

224,791
424
188

72,311
16,177
1,041

952
825
95
238


40
108
46

6,172
13
1

643
101
9

5
14
1
2


4,376
6,568
1,076


173,840
262
32

60,966
9,716
139

131
633
60
33


See footnotes at end of table.


County

Florida


4
676
4,241

0
228
89


0
0
4,820

0
1,473
1,461

0
835
127

30
3,633
0

2,041
0
0

40
1,076
173

392
25
0
8


38
35
14

1,557
25
9

319
9
37

9
13
6
0


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Table 2.30. PUBLIC LODGING: LICENSED LODGINGS, APARTMENTS, ROOMING HOUSES, RENTAL CONDOMINIUMS, AND TRANSIENT
APARTMENTS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 (Continued)


Total
licensed
lodgings 1/
Number Units


Apartment
buildings
Number Units


County

Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee

Hendry
Hernando
Highlands

Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River

Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette

Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy

Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion

Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa


Rooming
houses
Number Units


Rental
condominiums
Number Units


113
148
227

319
898
1,495

77,413
93
1,842

667
240
36

4,111
12,160
18,812
278

0
322
9,952
4,373

1,835
1,775
682
3,626


Transient
apartment
buildings 2/
Number Units


594
539
346

690
1,528
3,436

92,791
286
4,000

1,224
425
70

6,528
25,604
24,710
807

13
465
14,977
7,872

3,529
13,286
2,882
11,935


See footnotes at end of table.


237
0
384

10
0
0

143
5,525
40
132

0
0
1,286
14

181
2,080
1,038
3,826


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Table 2.30. PUBLIC LODGING: LICENSED LODGINGS, APARTMENTS, ROOMING HOUSES, RENTAL CONDOMINIUMS, AND TRANSIENT
APARTMENTS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 (Continued)


Total
licensed
lodgings 1/
Number Units

23 572
1,270 138,578
2,659 35,518

1,385 63,276
190 9,010
2,147 85,560


1,053
52
210


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


Apartment Rooming
buildings houses
Number Units Number Units


136
73,922
8,245


993 44,887
104 6,297
1,321 59,701

327 13,169
18 760
52 2,965

62 1,763
36 1,233
222 8,140
137 25,076

14 377
9 244
7 282
2 80

360 15,909
0 0
10 345
3 42


1,017
41
485


Rental
condominiums
Number Units

0 0
333 5,571
2,415 6,038


Transient
apartment
buildings 2/
Number Units


825
771
4,960

1,585
23
1,768

494
346
3,456
0

0
0
0
0

3,840
25
3,132
1


1,442
84
2,253

1,113
25
47

218
0
893
10

20
20
29
0

421
0
12
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 and Professional Regulation, Division of Hotels and Restaurants, Mas-
ter File Statistics: Public Lodging and Food Service Establishments, Fiscal Year 1995-96.


County


22,773
1,380
9,082

4,652
2,297
16,593
27,935

958
588
791
84

37,484
165
4,404
204












Table 2.36. MOBILE HOME AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLE TAGS: NUMBER SOLD IN THE
STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1994-95


Real Recrea-
Mobile proper- tional
County homes 1/ ty 2/ vehicles

Florida 508,610 34,935 197,757

Alachua 3,153 492 2,132
Baker 399 295 459


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


688 2,854
148 587
599 8,510
154 7,905

153 113
199 2,929
798 3,281
839 1,986

273 2,910
894 889
130 7,015
121 1,316

314 324
1,057 7,367
604 4,089
211 970


3,644
735
12,621
20,536

148
8,853
4,024
1,380

6,070
1,473
11,393
1,774

166
17,414
3,758
1,013

106
774
638
399

128
372
638
2,593

4,828
10,006
32,447
522

9,475


County

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
Taylor

Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton

Washington


Real Recrea-
Mobile proper- tional
homes 1/ ty 2/ vehicles

18,276 1,108 6,539
32,049 712 7,108
7,992 615 2,111
940 1,445 826

185 64 91
1,073 246 245
24,134 872 5,321
13,128 1,511 6,068

5,152 299 2,320
1,637 173 2,537
1,551 594 978
2,390 812 2,326


2,027
15,526
6,963
16,780


296 2,083
357 7,786
460 2,686
344 6,633


26,716 1,494 11,634
52,773 1,776 11,587
41,240 2,039 11,126
1,605 904 1,902

1,814 630 1,915
14,844 258 2,723
1,518 548 2,174
19,955 1,326 5,626

3,991 444 3,110
2,357 386 1,787
2,380 763 671
505 251 431

300 114 133
23,610 425 7,265
423 405 427
613 391 442

454 216 259


Jackson 1,501 386 657 Office agency 388 117 181
Jefferson 252 128 172 Refunds 0 0 15
Lafayette 88 81 111





1/ Includes military mobile homes.
2/ Tags sold to mobile home owners who also own the land on which the mobile home
stands. A real property tag is bought only once, not annually.

Source: State of Florida, Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Revenue
Report, July 1, 1994 through June 30, 1995.


495 2,614
281 3,359
991 10,848
318 193

40 1,796


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VITAL STATISTICS

AND HEALTH

Death Rates by Cause, 1990-1994
(rate per 100,000 population)


14


12


100-


80-


60-


40-


20-
2





00
o 0 r c : CO)
If If i |. UI I I
o E 4- Qz
0) 0 .-
| I 0
ou-

Source: Table 3.15








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VITAL STATISTICS AND HEALTH

TABLES LISTED BY MAJOR HEADINGS


HEADING PAGE

ABORTIONS:
Table 3.07. REPORTED TERMINATIONS OF PREGNANCY IN FLORIDA, 1984 THROUGH 1995 86
ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY SYNDROME (AIDS):
Table 3.28. ADULT CASES OF AIDS, 1995, AND CUMULATIVE CASES, JANUARY 1, 1980
THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 1995, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 97
BIRTH AND DEATH RATES:
Table 3.01. RESIDENT LIVE BIRTH AND DEATH RATES BY RACE IN FLORIDA AND THE
UNITED STATES, 1985 THROUGH 1995 81
Table 3.10. RESIDENT LIVE BIRTH AND DEATH RATES BY RACE IN THE STATE AND
COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1995 89
BIRTHS:
Table 3.02. NUMBER OF RESIDENT LIVE BIRTHS BY AGE OF MOTHER IN FLORIDA, 1990
THROUGH 1995 81
BIRTHS AND DEATHS:
Table 3.09. NUMBER OF RESIDENT LIVE BIRTHS AND DEATHS, 1994 AND 1995, AND
NUMBER BY RACE, 1995, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 87
BIRTHS TO TEENAGERS:
Table 3.06. NUMBER, PERCENTAGE, AND RATE BY RACE OF THE MOTHER IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1995 84
BIRTHS TO UNWED MOTHERS:
Table 3.05. RESIDENT LIVE BIRTHS AND BIRTHS TO UNWED MOTHERS BY AGE AND
RACE OF THE MOTHER IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1995 82
CHILD SAFETY:
Table 3.20. CHILD AND TEEN DEATHS, 1992, AND VERIFIED MALTREATMENTS AND
RUNAWAYS, 1992-93, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 95
DEATHS:
Table 3.15. DEATH RATES BY LEADING CAUSE IN THE STATE, LOCAL HEALTH COUNCILS
DISTRICTS, AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1990 TO 1994 91
Table 3.17. NUMBER OF RESIDENT DEATHS BY CAUSE IN FLORIDA, 1993, 1994, AND 1995 93
Table 3.18. NUMBER OF RESIDENT DEATHS AND DEATH RATES BY LEADING CAUSE AND
BY RACE IN FLORIDA, 1995 94
Table 3.19. RESIDENT ACCIDENT AND SUICIDE DEATHS AND DEATH RATES BY RACE
AND SEX IN FLORIDA, 1991 THROUGH 1995 94
INFANT DEATHS:
Table 3.08. NUMBER AND RATE OF RESIDENT INFANT DEATHS BY RACE IN FLORIDA,
1984 THROUGH 1995 86
MARRIAGES AND DISSOLUTIONS OF MARRIAGE:
Table 3.32. NUMBER PERFORMED OR GRANTED IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF
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Table 3.01. BIRTH AND DEATH RATES: RESIDENT LIVE BIRTH AND DEATH RATES
BY RACE IN FLORIDA AND THE UNITED STATES, 1985 THROUGH 1995


Birth rates 1/ Death rates 1/
Total White Nonwhite Total White Nonwhite
Flor- Flor- Flor- Flor- Flor- Flor-
Year ida U.S. ida U.S. ida U.S. ida U.S. ida U.S. ida U.S.

1985 14.4 15.8 12.7 14.8 24.5 21.4 10.4 8.7 11.1 9.0 7.8 7.4
1986 14.3 15.6 12.6 14.6 23.9 21.4 10.5 8.7 11.0 9.0 7.6 7.5
1987 14.5 15.7 12.8 14.6 24.3 21.7 10.5 8.7 10.9 9.0 7.9 7.5
1988 14.8 15.9 13.1 14.8 24.9 22.5 10.5 8.8 11.0 9.1 7.8 7.6
1989 15.2 16.3 13.4 15.1 24.9 23.1 10.3 8.7 10.8 8.9 7.6 7.5
1990 15.1 16.7 13.4 15.5 24.3 19.0 10.1 8.6 10.6 8.9 7.2 5.8
1991 14.6 16.3 12.9 15.4 23.9 20.6 10.2 8.6 10.7 8.9 7.3 7.1
1992 14.2 15.9 12.6 15.0 23.2 20.5 10.3 8.5 10.8 8.8 7.3 7.2
1993 14.1 15.5 12.5 14.7 22.6 19.8 10.6 8.8 11.1 9.1 7.6 7.4
1994 13.7 15.3 12.2 (NA) 21.6 (NA) 10.5 8.8 11.1 9.1 7.5 7.4
1995 13.3 15.0 12.0 (NA) 19.8 (NA) 10.7 8.8 11.3 (NA) 7.4 (NA)


(NA) Not available.
1/ Per 1,000 population.
Note: Rates are based on July 1 population estimates for noncensus years. Some
data are revised; some 1994 or 1995 data are preliminary.
Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Statistical Abstract of
the United States, 1996, annual editions and State of Florida, Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services, Public Health Statistics Section, Office of Vital Statistics,
Florida Vital Statistics, 1995, and previous editions.


Table 3.02. BIRTHS: NUMBER OF RESIDENT LIVE BIRTHS BY AGE OF MOTHER IN FLORIDA
1990 THROUGH 1995


Age of mother 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 A/

All ages 199,146 193,717 191,530 192,453 190,546 188,535
Less than 13 (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA) 24 20
13 (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA) 132 128
14 (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA) 594 588
15 1,661 1,559 1,598 1,635 1,646 1,583
16 3,148 3,125 3,035 3,228 3,341 3,236
17 5,193 5,087 4,910 4,856 5,151 5,166
18 7,544 7,240 6,874 6,833 6,753 6,971
19 9,663 9,255 8,758 8,455 8,524 8,112
20-24 53,128 51,544 50,703 50,420 48,540 46,865
25-29 60,340 56,974 55,097 53,612 51,017 49,649
30-34 40,926 40,442 41,043 42,545 43,423 43,689
35-39 14,389 15,216 16,013 17,166 18,053 19,020
40 years and over 2,283 2,433 2,684 2,891 3,295 3,472
Age not stated 111 86 74 40 53 36
Less than 19 years, number 18,306 17,767 17,158 17,324 17,641 17,692
Percentage of total 9.2 9.2 9.0 9.0 9.3 9.4


(NA) Not available.
A/ Provisional.
Source: State of Florida, Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Public
Health Statistics Section, Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Vital Statistics, 1995,
and previous editions.

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Table 3.05. BIRTHS TO UNWED MOTHERS: RESIDENT LIVE BIRTHS AND BIRTHS
TO UNWED MOTHERS BY AGE AND RACE OF THE MOTHER IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1995


Total
resi- Births to unwed mothers
dent Percent- Age of mother Race of mother
live Num- age of Under 20 and White Non-
County births ber 1/ total 20 over 2/ white

Florida 188,535 67,422 35.8 20,438 46,972 29,742 29,742

Alachua 2,444 907 37.1 279 628 555 555
Baker 308 102 33.1 33 69 42 42
Bay 1,997 644 32.2 226 417 215 215

Bradford 270 106 39.3 44 62 47 47
Brevard 4,908 1,422 29.0 481 941 460 460
Broward 20,059 6,569 32.7 1,665 4,904 3,701 3,701

Calhoun 137 42 30.7 12 30 8 8
Charlotte 932 282 30.3 78 204 35 35
Citrus 850 276 32.5 84 192 34 34

Clay 1,647 378 23.0 135 243 80 80
Collier 2,478 867 35.0 269 598 201 201
Columbia 660 278 42.1 115 163 118 118

Dade 32,089 13,179 41.1 3,064 10,108 6,732 6,732
De Soto 381 157 41.2 52 105 43 43
Dixie 160 62 38.8 17 45 17 17

Duval 11,541 4,044 35.0 1,350 2,693 2,481 2,481
Escambia 3,830 1,522 39.7 547 975 901 901
Flagler 322 107 33.2 37 70 34 34

Franklin 94 39 41.5 17 22 10 10
Gadsden 640 387 60.5 151 236 304 304
Gilchrist 150 53 35.3 22 31 4 4

Glades 63 26 41.3 13 13 9 9
Gulf 125 42 33.6 12 30 19 19
Hamilton 148 67 45.3 30 37 46 46

Hardee 444 165 37.2 74 91 23 23
Hendry 608 246 40.5 83 163 85 85
Hernando 1,028 347 33.8 130 217 54 54

Highlands 828 333 40.2 130 203 136 136
Hillsborough 13,499 4,919 36.4 1,589 3,329 1,988 1,988
Holmes 187 61 32.6 20 41 8 8
Indian River 959 350 36.5 114 236 141 141

Jackson 473 158 33.4 56 102 93 93
Jefferson 158 68 43.0 20 48 54 54
Lafayette 66 21 31.8 11 10 4 4
Lake 2,027 724 35.7 267 457 221 221




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Table 3.05. BIRTHS TO UNWED MOTHERS: RESIDENT LIVE BIRTHS AND BIRTHS
TO UNWED MOTHERS BY AGE AND RACE OF THE MOTHER IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1995 (Continued)


Total
resi- Births to unwed mothers
dent Percent- Age of mother Race of mother
live Num- age of Under 20 and White Non-
County births ber 1/ total 20 over 2/ white

Lee 4,270 1,585 37.1 576 1,009 448 448
Leon 2,785 975 35.0 288 687 692 692
Levy 346 130 37.6 42 88 52 52

Liberty 58 21 36.2 6 15 8 8
Madison 182 93 51.1 35 58 74 74
Manatee 2,834 1,081 38.1 372 709 316 316

Marion 2,670 1,039 38.9 350 689 406 406
Martin 1,100 374 34.0 93 281 122 122
Monroe 830 266 32.0 57 209 56 56

Nassau 696 207 29.7 76 131 58 58
Okaloosa 2,450 558 22.8 202 356 177 177
Okeechobee 496 193 38.9 72 121 34 34

Orange 11,639 4,119 35.4 1,329 2,790 1,891 1,891
Osceola 2,009 659 32.8 205 454 103 103
Palm Beach 12,281 4,086 33.3 1,145 2,941 2,012 2,012

Pasco 3,339 1,070 32.0 347 723 100 100
Pinellas 9,237 3,278 35.5 954 2,322 1,209 1,209
Polk 6,145 2,563 41.7 982 1,581 960 960

Putnam 941 442 47.0 176 266 205 205
St. Johns 1,158 330 28.5 121 209 119 119
St. Lucie 2,110 856 40.6 266 590 438 438

Santa Rosa 1,361 318 23.4 128 190 37 37
Sarasota 2,505 746 29.8 226 520 203 203
Seminole 4,374 1,215 27.8 399 816 400 400

Sumter 424 173 40.8 63 110 61 61
Suwannee 352 130 36.9 46 84 54 54
Taylor 213 83 39.0 31 52 28 28
Union 129 35 27.1 16 19 19 19

Volusia 4,301 1,579 36.7 516 1,063 481 481
Wakulla 208 68 32.7 32 36 23 23
Walton 358 119 33.2 34 85 26 26
Washington 224 81 36.2 26 55 27 27






1/ Includes data for mothers whose age was not stated.
2/ Persons designating "Hispanic" as a race were counted as white.

Source: State of Florida, Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Public
Health Statistics Section, Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Vital Statistics, 1995.

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Table 3.06. BIRTHS TO TEENAGERS: NUMBER, PERCENTAGE, AND RATE BY RACE OF THE
MOTHER IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1995


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


Births to mothers
White
As a per-
centage
of all
white
Number births

15,771 11.1

130 8.1
50 20.2
237 14.5

44 21.5
407 9.8
847 6.2

24 20.5
100 11.6
100 12.7

175 11.9
302 14.0
108 21.2

1,922 8.8
57 17.3
21 14.8

819 11.0
318 12.9
32 12.1

18 23.1
42 17.3
35 24.5

14 29.2
20 19.4
22 24.2

102 24.7
100 20.2
148 15.5

128 19.9
1,319 12.7
42 23.6
90 11.7

61 17.5
14 16.3
11 18.3
267 15.7


under age 20
Nonwhite
As a per-
centage
of all
nonwhite
Number births

10,020 21.5

206 24.6
8 13.6
86 24.2

21 32.3
186 24.9
1,063 16.4

2 10.0
10 13.7
12 19.7

31 17.1
64 20.2
53 35.1

1,825 17.9
19 36.5
4 22.2

897 22.1
353 25.9
14 24.1

4 25.0
123 31.0
2 33.3

3 20.0
6 27.3
20 35.1

9 29.0
26 23.2
24 33.8

53 28.8
702 22.8
3 33.3
56 29.9

35 28.2
15 20.8
2 33.3
91 28.3


43.7
76.8
77.9

45.8
99.5
64.2

56.8
47.3
44.1

74.2
100.5
102.7

78.7
61.0
69.9

143.1
135.2
60.9

95.0
62.7
85.9
46.1

55.4
63.9
69.6
80.5


74.2
171.9
132.6

93.5
109.8
148.1

114.7
121.1
87.8

61.5
99.0
60.6

35.3
47.2
86.0

119.4
84.2
95.0

119.5
118.9
83.3
120.1

75.8
61.7
62.5
124.6


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Teenage
birth rate to
mothers aged 15-19
Non-
White A/ white B/

51.7 104.3

18.2 85.4
71.9 74.1
66.1 100.7

78.2 131.6
39.7 100.6
37.6 104.2

72.1 27.8
41.1 37.6
46.0 74.3


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MOTHER IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1995 (Continued)



Births to mothers under age 20
anic monwnice


County

Lee
Leon
Levy

Liberty
Madison
Manatee

Marion
Martin
Monroe


Nonwnite
As a per-
centage
of all
nonwhite
Number births


Teenage
birth rate to
mothers aged 15-19
Non-
White A/ white 8/


wnite
As a per-
centage
of all
white
Number births

500 13.7
122 7.1
40 14.4

4 8.5
18 20.2
351 14.7

303 14.7
82 9.0
67 9.1

90 14.5
247 12.1
100 22.0

926 10.9
241 13.6
676 7.5

463 14.6
707 9.5
870 18.1

151 22.0
112 11.4
178 12.0

170 13.5
196 8.8
313 8.5

63 18.9
50 18.1
35 19.8
18 17.6

428 12.0
36 20.3
51 15.8
37 20.2


66.8
15.5
55.2

24.0
61.9
76.9

62.9
39.6
47.7

59.1
59.1
102.1

50.9
63.2
40.0

72.5
42.6
83.5

95.4
43.2
52.4

59.9
38.2
36.3

82.1
54.6
76.1
78.9

47.3
72.4
56.4
74.3


A/ Per 1,000 female white population aged 15-19.
B/ Per 1,000 female nonwhite population aged 15-19.
Note: Resident live births. Persons designating "Hispanic"
as white.


as a race were counted


Source: State of Florida, Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Public
Health Statistics Section, Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Vital Statistics, 1995.


156.8
50.2
101.4

58.8
90.6
151.1

138.4
111.5
98.8

71.1
98.5
116.7

101.3
65.8
120.2

88.6
113.9
140.8

145.1
144.5
118.0

54.9
127.2
99.9

79.7
118.0
85.0
137.9

103.6
83.3
78.4
47.9


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


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Table 3.07. ABORTIONS:


REPORTED TERMINATIONS OF PREGNANCY IN FLORIDA
1984 THROUGH 1995


Resident
live
births

155,344
163,732
167,628
175,072
183,998
192,887
199,146
193,717
191,530
192,453
190,546
188,535


Total known
pregnancies 1/
Rate per
100 women
Number aged 15-44

207,442 9.0
218,315 9.2
219,491 9.0
229,387 9.0
250,889 9.5
257,315 9.5
267,030 9.7
266,663 9.6
262,313 9.3
263,969 9.3
265,459 9.3
264,815 9.0


Abortion
rate
per 100
preg-
nancies


(NA) Not available.
1/ Includes induced abortions, total resident births, and total reported resident
fetal deaths.
2/ Abortions have been legal in Florida since April 1972.
Note: Some data may be revised.
Source: State of Florida, Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Public
Health Statistics Section, Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Vital Statistics, 1995,
previous editions, and unpublished data.




Table 3.08. INFANT DEATHS: NUMBER AND RATE OF RESIDENT INFANT DEATHS BY RACE
IN FLORIDA, 1984 THROUGH 1995


Number of deaths
White
2/

984
1,128
1,097
1,039
1,167
1,141
1,121
966
987
951
927
840


Mortality rate
per 1,000 live births
Total White Non-
1/ 2/ white


Non-
white


1/ Unknown race included in total only.
2/ Persons designating "Hispanic" as a race were counted as white.
Note: Infants are considered to be less than one year. Some data may be revised.
Source: State of Florida, Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Public
Health Statistics Section, Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Vital Statistics, 1995,
and previous editions.


Year


Induced
abor-
tions 2/

50,507
53,011
50,262
52,697
65,153
62,626
66,073
71,254
69,285
70,069
73,394
74,749


Year


Total
1/

1,681
1,846
1,837
1,844
1,949
1,899
1,909
1,726
1,685
1,654
1,540
1,402


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Table 3.09. BIRTHS AND DEATHS: NUMBER OF RESIDENT LIVE BIRTHS AND DEATHS
1994 AND 1995, AND NUMBER BY RACE, 1995, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES
OF FLORIDA


Number Number
of Number of births, 1995 of Number of deaths, 1995
births Total White Non- deaths Total White Non-
County 1994 1/ 2/ white 1994 1/ 2/ white

Florida 190,546 188,535 141,848 46,555 146,869 151,619 134,232 17,356

Alachua 2,481 2,444 1,605 839 1,350 1,360 1,032 327
Baker 274 308 248 59 140 155 136 19
Bay 1,955 1,997 1,639 356 1,187 1,248 1,116 132

Bradford 313 270 205 65 252 252 216 36
Brevard 5,221 4,908 4,154 748 4,148 4,274 4,008 265
Broward 19,488 20,059 13,580 6,467 15,519 15,804 14,078 1,722

Calhoun 135 137 117 20 144 132 118 13
Charlotte 1,010 932 859 73 1,798 1,950 1,892 57
Citrus 873 850 789 61 1,581 1,727 1,694 33

Clay 1,613 1,647 1,466 181 794 886 833 53
Collier 2,473 2,478 2,159 317 1,733 1,780 1,708 70
Columbia 639 660 509 151 460 496 406 89

Dade 32,913 32,089 21,837 10,179 18,313 19,181 15,528 3,646
De Soto 395 381 329 52 284 311 266 45
Dixie 129 160 142 18 106 124 119 5

Duval 11,655 11,541 7,474 4,065 6,158 6,261 4,542 1,717
Escambia 4,029 3,830 2,468 1,361 2,534 2,466 1,959 506
Flagler 280 322 264 58 411 455 410 45

Franklin 105 94 78 16 119 136 114 22
Gadsden 682 640 243 397 456 440 184 256
Gilchrist 151 150 143 6 120 115 111 4

Glades 83 63 48 15 92 114 100 14
Gulf 130 125 103 22 147 143 108 35
Hamilton 140 148 91 57 100 120 90 30

Hardee 409 444 413 31 182 202 184 18
Hendry 579 608 496 112 244 255 202 53
Hernando 973 1,028 957 71 1,689 1,718 1,676 42

Highlands 826 828 644 184 1,170 1,266 1,183 83
Hillsborough 13,690 13,499 10,417 3,073 7,937 8,060 7,005 1,053
Holmes 218 187 178 9 204 198 190 8

Indian River 937 959 772 187 1,280 1,281 1,204 77
Jackson 532 473 349 124 455 475 350 125
Jefferson 136 158 86 72 130 140 80 60

Lafayette 58 66 60 6 43 47 44 3
Lake 2,000 2,027 1,706 321 2,277 2,485 2,329 156
Lee 4,311 4,270 3,645 621 4,285 4,480 4,253 227


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Table 3.09. BIRTHS AND DEATHS: NUMBER OF RESIDENT LIVE BIRTHS AND DEATHS
1994 AND 1995, AND NUMBER BY RACE, 1995, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES
OF FLORIDA (Continued)


Number Number
of Number of births, 1995 of Number of deaths, 1995
births Total White Non- deaths Total White Non-
County 1994 1/ 2/ white 1994 1/ 2/ white

Leon 2,835 2,785 1,726 1,058 1,199 1,312 961 351
Levy 344 346 278 68 353 365 336 29
Liberty 65 58 47 11 48 52 49 3

Madison 223 182 89 93 181 184 113 71
Manatee 2,722 2,834 2,385 449 3,073 3,142 2,943 199
Marion 2,619 2,670 2,068 602 2,646 2,866 2,571 295

Martin 1,137 1,100 908 192 1,412 1,475 1,404 71
Monroe 914 830 740 89 719 724 666 57
Nassau 649 696 620 75 417 410 359 51

Okaloosa 2,433 2,450 2,044 405 1,043 1,165 1,090 75
Okeechobee 478 496 455 41 315 346 319 27
Orange 11,967 11,639 8,460 3,177 5,356 5,599 4,678 918

Osceola 1,995 2,009 1,777 232 1,082 1,191 1,124 66
Palm Beach 12,758 12,281 9,056 3,218 11,443 11,742 10,556 1,185
Pasco 3,214 3,339 3,169 169 4,597 4,814 4,756 58

Pinellas 9,355 9,237 7,463 1,772 12,644 12,381 11,694 686
Polk 6,198 6,145 4,813 1,331 4,681 4,818 4,249 569
Putnam 894 941 685 256 784 816 676 140

St. Johns 1,053 1,158 982 176 913 952 859 93
St. Lucie 2,212 2,110 1,489 619 1,907 2,047 1,740 307
Santa Rosa 1,308 1,361 1,262 99 671 661 639 22

Sarasota 2,555 2,505 2,225 280 4,430 4,479 4,331 148
Seminole 4,475 4,374 3,687 687 2,209 2,210 1,957 253
Sumter 397 424 334 90 482 506 446 60

Suwannee 353 352 277 75 375 371 330 41
Taylor 229 213 177 36 166 217 165 52
Union 112 129 102 27 151 188 132 56

Volusia 4,429 4,301 3,575 726 5,072 5,359 5,008 350
Wakulla 190 208 177 31 129 156 132 24
Walton 382 358 322 36 314 322 297 25
Washington 215 224 183 41 215 212 184 28





I/ Unknown race included in total only.
2/ Persons designating "Hispanic" as a race were counted as white.
Note: Data are for births and deaths occurring to residents of the specified area
regardless of place of occurrence.

Source: State of Florida, Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Public
Health Statistics Section, Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Vital Statistics, 1995,
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Table 3.10. BIRTH AND DEATH RATES: RESIDENT LIVE BIRTH AND DEATH RATES BY RACE
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1995


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


Total

13.3

12.3
15.1
14.3

11.1
11.0
14.7


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Birth rate
White Non-


white

19.8

19.4
17.4
18.3

11.3
16.3
23.1

9.6
11.9
17.0

19.3
27.6
14.3

20.8
9.5
13.0

19.6
19.4
15.4

10.2
14.6
5.2

8.8
6.9
11.1

13.9
18.0
12.0

18.8
20.9
6.3

18.2
9.3
11.5

5.1
16.2
20.4


Total

10.7

6.8
7.6
8.9

10.3
9.6
11.5

11.0
15.2
16.3

7.3
9.5
9.8

9.5
11.6
9.9

8.7
8.7
12.2

13.3
9.8
9.6

13.2
10.7
9.6

8.8
8.6
14.4

16.3
9.0
11.4

12.7
10.2
10.3

7.2
14.0
11.8


Death rate
White Non-


I/ white


11.3


Continued . .

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Table 3.10. BIRTH AND DEATH RATES: RESIDENT LIVE BIRTH AND DEATH RATES BY RACE
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1995 (Continued)


Birth rate
White Non-
Total 1/ white


Total


Death rate
White Non-


1/ white


1/ Persons designating "Hispanic" as a race were counted as white.
Note: Rates per 1,000 population July 1, 1995. Data are for births and deaths oc-
curring to residents of the specified area regardless of place of occurrence.

Source: State of Florida, Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Public
Health Statistics Section, Office of Vital Statistics, Florida vital Statistics, 1995.

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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


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Table 3.15. DEATHS: DEATH RATES BY LEADING CAUSE IN THE STATE, LOCAL HEALTH
COUNCILS DISTRICTS, AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1990 TO 1994

(rate per 100,000 population)


Pneu- Motor
monia Vehi-
All Heart Lung and cle
District causes dis- dis- influ- HIV/ Dia- acci-
and county 1/ ease Cancer Stroke ease enza AIDS betes dent

Florida 497.4 134.8 128.7 24.4 19.1 9.6 23.5 10.7 18.9

Northwest--1 543.0 156.2 140.8 29.9 23.6 11.9 9.5 13.5 18.7
Escambia 572.3 153.2 148.5 34.9 24.5 10.5 15.0 15.1 16.8
Okaloosa 505.3 159.7 137.8 19.9 23.9 13.2 3.9 11.4 14.1
Santa Rosa 516.5 154.1 127.7 30.5 23.3 12.6 4.2 12.7 29.1
Walton 559.0 173.3 129.2 26.6 18.2 15.7 6.4 12.1 30.7
Big Bend--2 552.0 143.9 140.0 29.5 26.9 11.5 9.9 14.7 22.6
Bay 543.5 136.6 143.1 24.3 32.1 13.2 11.3 11.7 16.0
Calhoun 644.7 173.1 143.0 31.2 38.9 12.1 3.6 21.0 33.0
Franklin 576.1 150.4 139.6 35.0 25.4 15.9 3.8 24.6 18.8
Gadsden 654.6 167.5 155.5 39.9 21.1 14.5 12.8 25.2 40.0
Gulf 626.6 168.1 154.5 39.0 28.8 11.1 0.0 14.4 35.1
Holmes 625.8 197.7 141.5 22.8 33.9 9.7 6.4 16.7 46.1
Jackson 574.4 165.9 131.0 27.5 24.3 10.9 5.9 13.7 33.4
Jefferson 581.6 134.5 140.3 44.4 21.5 14.3 13.4 16.2 50.9
Leon 488.3 115.5 131.6 31.2 21.9 8.0 11.9 13.0 15.0
Liberty 539.0 174.0 126.9 20.0 32.3 13.4 3.3 12.3 17.7
Madison 599.2 177.4 138.7 38.4 14.1 14.9 5.5 16.5 29.3
Taylor 643.7 171.7 166.7 32.7 37.2 11.3 4.3 25.1 27.5
Wakulla 574.3 144.0 177.5 20.6 26.6 9.0 9.8 17.5 40.3
Washington 597.1 169.1 130.4 23.1 36.6 17.9 7.1 10.0 33.8
North Central--3 517.5 138.8 136.8 27.9 21.5 8.6 13.1 11.9 26.6
Alachua 539.0 117.2 138.2 32.3 20.6 11.6 15.6 17.4 17.1
Bradford 655.8 157.2 170.8 36.8 36.4 12.7 14.3 21.2 30.0
Citrus 468.2 138.9 132.7 21.9 18.3 8.4 6.1 8.6 27.8
Columbia 597.0 167.2 140.8 31.2 38.6 8.4 6.9 15.7 30.5
Dixie 591.8 144.4 152.0 37.3 32.2 11.7 1.8 14.1 48.7
Gilchrist 626.8 162.7 154.4 39.3 31.9 8.4 5.5 16.9 40.2
Hamilton 586.4 158.7 166.3 27.3 14.9 22.6 7.3 12.9 18.7
Hernando 464.9 131.8 133.4 20.5 16.3 7.9 9.5 10.5 24.6
Lafayette 505.2 123.2 112.7 39.5 28.3 3.3 2.8 14.3 28.9
Lake 481.1 132.2 132.6 26.5 19.3 8.1 8.8 9.8 25.6
Levy 582.3 139.8 153.3 28.3 23.2 11.8 4.6 17.0 26.5
Marion 511.9 140.4 135.7 34.0 20.0 6.2 10.3 12.2 30.8
Putnam 602.5 147.6 148.1 24.7 29.6 12.8 8.3 13.8 42.1
Sumter 548.6 179.7 129.0 27.8 19.3 9.4 12.6 9.8 34.7
Suwannee 674.7 173.7 153.0 38.1 46.6 11.5 15.2 16.8 46.3
Union 916.0 178.0 216.2 27.7 35.0 18.6 206.1 10.1 29.5
Northeast Central--4 542.8 149.6 141.6 27.3 24.1 12.1 13.4 12.7 18.1
Baker 636.2 166.9 163.7 38.8 52.1 20.6 4.2 15.3 16.9
Clay 520.0 158.7 142.2 25.3 25.9 11.7 6.0 10.5 15.7
Duval 595.6 160.5 150.7 31.2 26.8 14.4 16.6 14.8 16.1
Flagler 446.1 119.1 120.2 14.8 15.5 4.9 12.0 10.6 24.5
Nassau 601.7 164.8 155.6 29.6 30.2 17.2 3.7 16.3 34.6
St. Johns 497.7 121.9 141.8 24.2 19.5 10.3 8.0 8.9 20.6
Volusia 503.7 145.4 132.5 25.3 21.7 10.2 12.7 11.6 20.5


See footnotes at end of table. Continued .

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Table 3.15. DEATHS: DEATH RATES BY LEADING CAUSE IN THE STATE, LOCAL HEALTH
COUNCILS DISTRICTS, AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1990 TO 1994 (Continued)

(rate per 100,000 population)


District
and county

Suncoast--5
Pasco
Pinellas
West Central--6
Hardee
Highlands
Hillsborough
Manatee
Polk
East Central--7
Brevard
Orange
Osceola
Seminole
Southwest--8
Charlotte
Collier
De Soto
Glades
Hendry
Lee
Sarasota
Treasure Coast--9
Indian River
Martin
Okeechobee
Palm Beach
St. Lucie
Broward Regional--10
Broward
South--11
Dade
Monroe


All Heart
causes dis-
1/ ease Cancer


483.7 133.1
476.1 131.6
487.2 134.1
515.7 142.0
543.3 153.2
500.1 125.5
554.2 151.8
449.5 123.6
513.9 145.5
469.2 129.2
463.5 123.2
489.7 134.8
452.2 132.0
444.9 127.8
437.1 113.1
411.9 115.7
398.3 93.4
551.8 136.2
503.7 128.3
613.6 180.3
447.9 121.5
426.5 107.6
464.2 123.6
431.3 109.3
439.5 113.1
562.2 159.4
461.0 121.7
498.7 143.4
502.6 136.0
502.6 136.0
526.1 141.6
528.5 143.6
470.7 95.3


126.6
128.5
126.3
131.4
122.8
128.7
141.8
124.1
125.1
131.2
137.0
132.7
113.2
127.1
116.1
117.6
109.7
141.9
119.8
125.2
120.0
111.9
124.5
127.8
132.3
144.0
120.7
135.2
129.9
129.9
120.3
120.0
125.8


Pneu-
monia
Lung and
dis- influ-
Stroke ease enza


Motor
Vehi-
cle
HIV/ Dia- acci-
AIDS betes dent


24.7 19.1
20.5 19.3
26.2 19.0
25.8 22.9
24.3 31.1
25.2 22.7
28.5 26.0
22.8 18.3
24.7 21.2
22.4 21.6
21.2 22.2
24.4 21.0
19.9 23.6
21.6 21.5
20.4 15.5
18.2 13.2
16.8 15.0
22.9 25.2
22.9 16.1
23.7 18.4
18.5 16.1
24.3 15.3
22.2 15.3
28.0 18.0
21.3 18.0
20.0 27.6
21.6 14.1
22.4 16.5
23.2 16.6
23.2 16.6
23.9 15.3
24.0 15.3
21.6 14.4


HIV/AIDS Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome.
1/ Includes causes not shown separately.
Note: Rates are per 1,000 persons and are based on Office of the Governor July 1,
1992, population estimates printed January 11, 1995. Local health councils were estab-
lished in 1982 by the legislature to serve 11 planning districts throughout the state.
These councils are responsible for establishing and maintaining the district health
plans.

Source: State of Florida, Agency for Health Care Administration, Florida 1996 Health
Data SourceBook. Compiled by Local Health Councils of Florida.


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