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 Front Cover
 Table of Contents
 Preface
 Map
 Population
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 Education
 Income and wealth
 Labor force, employment, and...
 Social insurance and welfare
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 Agriculture
 Forestry, fisheries, and miner...
 Construction
 Manufacturing
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 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
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Title: Florida statistical abstract
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00080556/00004
 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: 1997
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.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00080556
Volume ID: VID00004
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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    Front Cover
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Full Text




1997
Florida
Statistical Abstract


Thirty-first Edition


Susan S. Floyd, Editor
Eve M. Irwin, Managing Editor
Dorothy A. Evans, Publications Production Specialist

Bureau of Economic and Business Research
Warrington College of Business Administration

/ UNIVERSITY OF
SFLORIDA








UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


John V. Lombardi, President

WARRINGTON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

John Kraft, Dean

BUREAU OF ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS RESEARCH

Stanley K. Smith, Director

1997Abstract Advisory Board

Ray Jones
University Librarian Emeritus
Bibliographer in Gerontology
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 W. Wright
Professor and Assistant Dean
for Graduate Studies
College of Journalism and Communications

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Cover photograph of Pine Log Swamp in Washington County.
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The Elizabeth Ordway Dunn Foundation












CONTENTS


Page

Preface iv

Maps and Figures

Counties and Metropolitan Statistical Areas effective
December 31, 1992, to present vi
Planning Districts 45
Health Districts 244
Water Management Districts 266
National Weather Station Offices 272
Crop-reporting Districts 323
Community Health Purchasing Alliance Regions 552

Tables

Human Resources
1.00 Population 1
2.00 Housing 67
3.00 Vital Statistics and Health 81
4.00 Education 102
5.00 Income and Wealth 141
6.00 Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings 198
7.00 Social Insurance and Welfare 235

Physical Resources and Industries
8.00 Physical Geography and Environment 258
9.00 Agriculture 281
10.00 Forestry, Fisheries, and Minerals 330
11.00 Construction 341
12.00 Manufacturing 361
13.00 Transportation 393
14.00 Communications 428
15.00 Power and Energy 438

Services
16.00 Wholesale and Retail Trade 458
17.00 Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate 484
18.00 Personal and Business Services 509
19.00 Tourism and Recreation 522
20.00 Health, Education, and Cultural Services 543

Public Resources and Administration
21.00 Government and Elections 593
22.00 Courts and Law Enforcement 612
23.00 Government Finance and Employment 650

Economic and Social Trends
24.00 Economic Indicators and Prices 716
25.00 State Comparisons 735

Appendix. Explanatory Notes and Sources 753
Glossary 771
Index to Census Tables in Previous Abstracts 781
Index to 1997 Edition 786











PREFACE

Since 1967 the Florida Statistical Abstract has provided a comprehensive collection of the latest
statistics available on the social, economic and political organization of Florida. This thirty-first edition
continues the tradition. Most of the data is at the county level, although the Abstract also includes infor-
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Susan S. Floyd
Editor
Gainesville, Florida
October 1997












Counties and Metropolitan Statistical Areas

Effective December 31, 1992 to present


JACKSONVILLE MSA


DAYTONA BEACH MSA


Daytona Beach MSA
Flagler County
Volusia County

Ft. Lauderdale PMSA*
Broward County

Ft. Myers-Cape Coral MSA
Lee County

Ft. Pierce-Port St. Lucie MSA
Martin County
St. Lucie County

Ft. Walton Beach MSA
Okaloosa County

Gainesville MSA
Alachua County

Jacksonville MSA
Clay County
Duval County
Nassau County
St. Johns County

Lakeland-Winter Haven MSA
Polk County

Melboume-Titusville-
Palm Bay MSA
Brevard County

Miami PMSA*
Dade County

Naples MSA
Collier County

Ocala MSA
Marion County
SMiami-Ft. Lauderdale CMSA


SARASOTA-
BRADENTON MSA


Panama City MSA NAPLES
Bay County

Pensacola MSA
Escambia County
Santa Rosa County

Punta Gorda MSA
Charlotte County

Sarasota-Bradenton MSA
Manatee County
Sarasota County

Tallahassee MSA
Gadsden County
Leon County

Tampa-St. Petersburg-
Clearwater MSA
Hernando County
Hillsborough County
Pasco County
Pinellas County

West Palm Beach-Boca Raton MSA
Palm Beach County


MELBOURNE-TITUSVILLE-
PALM MAY MSA




PO VFT PIERCE-
AIUIE PORTST.LUCIEMSA


FT LAUDERDALE


MMIAM PMSA











Population


Changes in Florida's Metropolitan Area
Population 1990-1996


Daytona Beach

Ft. Lauderdale

Ft. Myers-Cape Coral
Ft. Pierce-Port
St. Lucie
Ft. Walton Beach

Gainesville

Jacksonville

Lakeland-Winter Haven
Melbourne-Titusville-
Palm Bay
Miami

Naples

Ocala

Orlando

Panama City

Pensacola

Punta Gorda

Sarasota-Bradenton

Tallahassee
Tampa-St. Petersburg-
Clearwater
West Palm Beach-
Boca Raton


II


U
II


I


----I


--- -




- --,


0 7.5 10.0 12.5 15.0 17.5 20.0 22.5 25.0 27.5
Percentage


Source: Table 1.65







SECTION 1.00
POPULATION

TABLES LISTED BYMAJOR 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, 1996 19
AGE AND SEX PROJECTIONS:
Table 1.38. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1996, 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, 1996, 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, 1996 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, 1987
THROUGH 1996, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 9
COUNTIES AND CITIES:
Table 1.31. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1996, 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, 1996 54
HISPANIC POPULATION:
Table 1.36. ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF
FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1995 22
HEALTH DISTRICTS:
Table 1.67. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1996, IN THE
STATE, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 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 1995 AND 1996 65
Table 1.90. NUMBER ADMITTED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRY OF BIRTH AND RESIDENCE IN
FLORIDA AND THE UNTIED STATES, FISCAL YEAR 1996 65
Table 1.91. NUMBER ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OF BIRTH AND INTENDED RESIDENCE IN
THE METROPOLITAN AREAS OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1996 66
INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION:
Table 1.80. ESTIMATED NUMBER OF INMATES AND PATIENTS 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
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



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SECTION 1.00
POPULATION
(Continued)

TABLES LISTED BY MAJOR HEADINGS

HEADING PAGE

METROPOLITAN AREAS:
Table 1.65. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1996, 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, 1991
THROUGH 1994 51
PERSONS AGED 65 AND OVER:
Table 1.37. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1996, 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, 1996, IN THE
STATE, COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING DISTRICTS, AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 44
Table 1.83. ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1996, 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, 1996,
IN THE 1996 MOST POPULOUS CITIES OF FLORIDA 47
PROJECTIONS:
Table 1.84. ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1996, 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, 1996, 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, 1996, 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, 1995 65




















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Florida Statistical Abstract 1997


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
Change from
preceding census
Per-
cent-
Number Number age


34,730
54,477


(X) (X)
19,747 56.9


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


Urban Rural
Per- Per-


cent-
age of
Number total


cent-
age of
Number total


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

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


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

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

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

1,468,211 499,741 51.6 759,778 51.7 708,433 48.3
1,897,414 429,203 29.2 1,045,791 55.1 851,623 44.9


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



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


46.1 1,566,788 56.5 1,204,517 43.5
78.7 3,077,989 62.2 1,873,571 37.8




46.1 1,813,890 65.5 957,415 34.5
78.7 3,661,383 73.9 1,290,177 26.1


6,791,418 1,839,858 37.2 5,544,551 81.6 1,244,892 18.3
9,746,324 2,954,906 43.5 8,212,385 84.3 1,533,939 15.7
12,937,926 3,191,602 32.8 10,970,445 84.8 1,967,481 15.2


(X) Not applicable.
1/ Figures have been adjusted to constitute a substantially consistent series
based on incorporated places of 2,500 or more persons with additional areas defined
as urban under special rules.
2/ The current urban definition defines the urban population as all persons living
in urbanized areas and in places of 2,500 or more persons outside urbanized areas.
An urbanized area comprises an incorporated place and adjacent densely settled sur-
rounding 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 residence or a sparsely settled area because a small city is rural as long
as it is outside an urbanized area and has fewer than 2,500 persons.

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


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Table 1.12. STATES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, JULY 1, 1996
IN FLORIDA, OTHER STATES, AND THE UNITED STATES


Esti- Per-
Census mates centage
April 1 July 1 change
1990 1996 1990 to
State (1,000) (1,000) 1996

Florida 12,938 14,400 11.3

Alabama 4,040 4,273 5.8

Alaska 550 607 10.4
Arizona 3,665 4,428 20.8
Arkansas 2,351 2,510 6.8

California 29,758 31,878 7.1
Colorado 3,294 3,823 16.0
Connecticut 3,287 3,274 -0.4

Delaware 666 725 8.8
District of
Columbia 607 543 -10.5

Georgia 6,478 7,353 13.5
Hawaii 1,108 1,184 6.8
Idaho 1,007 1,189 18.1

Illinois 11,431 11,847 3.6
Indiana 5,544 5,841 5.3
Iowa 2,777 2,852 2.7

Kansas 2,478 2,572 3.8
Kentucky 3,687 3,884 5.3
Louisiana 4,220 4,351 3.1

Maine 1,228 1,243 1.3
Maryland 4,781 5,072 6.1
Massachusett 6,016 6,092 1.3

Michigan 9,295 9,594 3.2
Minnesota 4,376 4,658 6.4
Mississippi 2,575 2,716 5.5


State

Missouri
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


Esti- Per-
Census mates centage
April 1 July 1 change
1990 1996 1990 to
(1,000) (1,000) 1996

5,117 5,359 4.7
799 879 10.1
1,578 1,652 4.7

1,202 1,603 33.4
1,109 1,162 4.8
7,730 7,988 3.3

1,515 1,713 13.1
17,991 18,185 1.1
6,632 7,323 10.4

639 644 0.7
10,847 11,173 3.0
3,146 3,301 4.9

2,842 3,204 12.7
11,883 12,056 1.5
1,003 990 -1.3

3,486 3,699 6.1
696 732 5.2
4,877 5,320 9.1

16,986 19,128 12.6
1,723 2,000 16.1
563 589 4.6

6,189 6,675 7.9
4,867 5,533 13.7
1,793 1,826 1.8

4,892 5,160 5.5
454 481 6.1


United States 248,718 265,284 6.7


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,
Internet site http://www.census.gov/.

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County

SFlorida

Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus

W Clay
Collier
Columbia

o Dade
De Soto
o Dixie

Duval
SEscambia
p Flagler

w Franklin
Gadsden
g Gilchrist
0
Glades
j Gulf



B.


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


Percentage change
1940- 1950- 1960- 1970- 1980-
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 74,074 104,764 151,369 181,596 47.7 29.9 41.4 44.5 20.0
6,510 6,313 7,363 9,242 15,289 18,486 -3.0 16.6 25.5 65.4 20.9
20,686 42,689 67,131 75,283 97,740 126,994 106.4 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 11,011 -3.6 -6.3 2.7 21.9 18.5
3,663 4,286 12,594 27,559 58,460 110,975 17.0 193.8 118.8 112.1 89.8
5,846 6,111 9,268 19,196 54,703 93,513 4.5 51.7 107.1 185.0 70.9

6,468 14,323 19,535 32,059 67,052 105,986 121.4 36.4 64.1 109.2 58.1
5,102 6,488 15,753 38,040 85,971 152,099 27.2 142.8 141.5 126.0 76.9
16,859 18,216 20,077 25,250 35,399 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

210,143 304,029 455,411 528,865 571,003 672,971 44.7 49.8 16.1 8.0 17.9
74,667 112,706 173,829 205,334 233,794 262,798 50.9 54.2 18.1 13.9 12.4
3,008 3,367 4,566 4,454 10,913 28,701 11.9 35.6 -2.5 145.0 163.0

5,991 5,814 6,576 7,065 7,661 8,967 -3.0 13.1 7.4 8.4 17.0
31,450 36,457 41,989 39,184 41,674 41,116 15.9 15.2 -6.7 6.4 -1.3
4,250 3,499 2,868 3,551 5,767 9,667 -17.7 -18.0 23.8 62.4 67.6

2,745 2,199 2,950 3,669 5,992 7,591 -19.9 34.2 24.4 63.3 26.7
6,951 7,460 9,937 10,096 10,658 11,504 7.3 33.2 1.6 5.6 7.9


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Table



0


0
w County

SHamilton
g Hardee
Hendry

Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough

Holmes
Indian River
Jackson

Jefferson
Lafayette
w Lake

Lee
M Leon
, Levy

o Liberty
Madison
SManatee
0
p Marion
, Martin
w Monroe

Nassau
SOkaloosa
SOkeechobee
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1940 1950 1960 1970 1980


1990


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


9,778 8,981 7,705 7,787 8,761 10,930 -8.2 -14.2 1.1 12.5 24.8
10,158 10,073 12,370 14,889 20,357 19,499 -0.8 22.8 20.4 36.7 -4.2
5,237 6,051 8,119 11,859 18,599 25,773 15.5 34.2 46.1 56.8 38.6

5,641 6,693 11,205 17,004 44,469 101,115 18.6 67.4 51.8 161.5 127.4
9,246 13,636 21,338 29,507 47,526 68,432 47.5 56.5 38.3 61.1 44.0
180,148 249,894 397,788 490,265 646,939 834,054 38.7 59.2 23.2 32.0 28.9

15,447 13,988 10,844 10,720 14,723 15,778 -9.4 -22.5 -1.1 37.3 7.2
8,957 11,872 25,309 35,992 59,896 90,208 32.5 113.2 42.2 66.4 50.6
34,428 34,645 36,208 34,434 39,154 41,375 0.6 4.5 -4.9 13.7 5.7

12,032 10,413 9,543 8,778 10,703 11,296 -13.5 -8.4 -8.0 21.9 5.5
4,405 3,440 2,889 2,892 4,035 5,578 -21.9 -16.0 0.1 39.5 38.2
27,255 36,340 57,383 69,305 104,870 152,104 33.3 57.9 20.8 51.3 45.0

17,488 23,404 54,539 105,216 205,266 335,113 33.8 133.0 92.9 95.1 63.3
31,646 51,590 74,225 103,047 148,655 192,493 63.0 43.9 38.8 44.3 29.5
12,550 10,637 10,364 12,756 19,870 25,912 -15.2 -2.6 23.1 55.8 30.4

3,752 3,182 3,138 3,379 4,260 5,569 -15.2 -1.4 7.7 26.1 30.7
16,190 14,197 14,154 13,481 14,894 16,569 -12.3 -0.3 -4.8 10.5 11.2
26,098 34,704 69,168 97,115 148,445 211,707 33.0 99.3 40.4 52.9 42.6

31,243 38,187 51,616 69,030 122,488 194,835 22.2 35.2 33.7 77.4 59.1
6,295 7,807 16,932 28,035 64,014 100,900 24.0 116.9 65.6 128.3 57.6
14,078 29,957 47,921 52,586 63,188 78,024 112.8 60.0 9.7 20.2 23.5

10,826 12,811 17,189 20,626 32,894 43,941 18.3 34.2 20.0 59.5 33.6
12,900 27,533 61,175 88,187 109,920 143,777 113.4 122.2 44.2 24.6 30.8
3,000 3,454 6,424 11,233 20,264 29,627 15.1 86.0 74.9 80.4 46.2




Continued .










g Tabl





' County

g Orange
I Osceola
Palm Beach

Pasco
Pinellas
Polk

Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie

Santa Rosa
Sarasota


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


1940

70,074
10,119
79,989

13,981
91,852
86,665

18,698
20,012
11,871

16,085
16,106


1950

114,950
11,406
114,688

20,529
159,249
123,997

23,615
24,998
20,180

18,554
28,827


1960

263,540
19,029
228,106

36,785
374,665
195,139

32,212
30,034
39,294

29,547
76,895


1970

344,311
25,267
348,993

75,955
522,329
228,515

36,424
31,035
50,836

37,741
120,413


1980

470,865
49,287
576,758

193,661
728,531
321,652

50,549
51,303
87,182

55,988
202,251


1990

677,491
107,728
863,503

281,131
851,659
405,382

65,070
83,829
150,171

81,608
277,776
287 511


1940-
1950

64.0
12.7
43.4

46.8
73.4
43.1

26.3
24.9
70.0

15.3
79.0
2n


Percentage change


1950- 1960- 1970- 1980-
1960 1970 1980 1990


129.3
66.8
98.9

79.2
135.3
57.4

36.4
20.1
94.7

59.2
166.7
10A


30.6
32.8
53.0

106.5
39.4
17.1

13.1
3.3
29.4

27.7
56.6
52 3a


W eminoje 2,304 26, 883 54,947 o3,9o2 171, 3 o,. 0 0.

SSumter 11,041 11,330 11,869 14,839 24,272 31,577 2.6 4.8 25.0 63.6 30.1
0 Suwannee 17,073 16,986 14,961 15,559 22,287 26,780 -0.5 -11.9 4.0 43.2 20.2
0 Taylor 11,565 10,416 13,168 13,641 16,532 17,111 -9.9 26.4 3.6 21.2 3.5

a Union 7,094 8,906 6,043 8,112 10,166 10,252 25.5 -32.1 34.2 25.3 0.8
g Volusia 53,710 74,229 125,319 169,487 258,762 370,737 38.2 68.8 35.2 52.7 43.3
Wakulla 5,463 5,258 5,257 6,308 10,887 14,202 -3.8 0.0 20.0 72.6 30.4

p Walton 14,246 14,725 15,576 16,087 21,300 27,759 3.4 5.8 3.3 32.4 30.3
A Washington 12,302 11,888 11,249 11,453 14,509 16,919 -3.4 -5.4 1.8 26.7 16.6
U






* Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, The Urbanization of Florida's Population:
* Historical Perspective of County Growth, 1830-1970, and Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1996. Data from U.S.
g Bureau of the Census.
Be


36.8
95.1
65.3

155.0
39.5
40.8

38.8
65.3
71.5

48.3
68.0
114 8


43.9
118.6
49.7

45.2
16.9
26.0

28.7
63.4
72.3

45.8
37.3
0n n









Table 1.20. COUNTIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1987 THROUGH 1996
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA

(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)


'



SCounty

Florida


Estimates
1987 1988 1989 1991 1992


1993 1994 1995 1996


12,000.2 12,327.6 12,650.9 13,196.0 13,424.4 13,608.6 13,878.9 14,149.3 14,411.6


151.4 181.6 173.9
15.3 18.5 17.5
97.7 127.0 122.5
20.0 22.5 22.8


273.0
1,018.3
9.3
58.5


399.0
1,255.5
11.0
111.0


54.7 93.5
67.1 106.0
86.0 152.1
35.4 42.6


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford

Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte

Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia

Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval

Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden

Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf


1,937.2
23.9
10.6
673.0


233.8 262.8
10.9 28.7
7.7 9.0
41.7 41.1

5.8 9.7
6.0 7.6
10.7 11.5


363.0
1,176.8
9.8
91.4

81.7
95.7
127.7
40.4

1,846.8
22.4
9.6
645.9

259.0
20.5
8.6
41.4


176.1 179.1 183.8
17.8 18.1 18.9
124.4 125.8 128.6
23.0 23.0 22.7


376.3
1,206.7
10.1
97.0


388.4
1,232.5
10.8
103.2


409.4
1,278.4
11.2
115.6


85.9 90.4 95.9
98.5 103.0 108.2
135.3 143.7 161.6
41.1 41.9 43.5


1,879.1
22.9
9.8
656.4-


1,908.9
23.5
10.2
663.4


260.4 261.6
23.1 26.0
8.7 8.8
41.4 41.1


1,961.7
24.5
10.5
681.6

265.1
30.5
9.2
42.2


186.2
19.2
131.3
23.1

417.7
1,294.1
11.8
118.7

98.6
113.4
168.5
45.2

1,982.9
24.8
10.9
693.5

267.8
32.0
9.4
42.5


190.7 193.9 198.3 202.1
19.5 19.7 20.3 20.7
134.1 136.3 139.2 142.2
23.3 24.2 24.3 25.0


427.0
1,317.5
11.5
121.7


436.3
1,340.2
11.6
124.9


445.0
1,364.2
12.0
127.6


450.2
1,392.3
12.5
129.5


100.8 102.8 105.5 107.9
114.9 117.8 120.9 125.4
174.7 180.5 186.5 193.0
46.4 48.9 50.4 52.6


1,951.1
25.5
11.8
701.6


1,990.4
26.3
12.2
710.6


2,013.8
26.6
12.4
718.4


272.1 277.1 282.7
33.5 35.3 37.0
9.8 10.0 10.2
43.2 44.9 44.7


2,043.3
26.7
12.6
728.4

286.3
39.1
10.4
46.3


7.9 8.5 9.1 10.0 10.2 10.7 11.5 11.9 12.2
7.1 7.2 7.3 7.9 8.1 8.3 8.4 8.6 9.4
11.2 11.2 11.3 11.6 11.7 12.4 13.3 13.3 13.5


See footnote at end of table.


Census
1980 1990

9,747.0 12,938.1


1,625.5
19.0
7.8
571.0


Continued .


a









3








3 County

Hamilto
Hardee
Hendry
Hernand


Table 1.20. COUNTIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1987 THROUGH 1996
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)

(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)


in


io


Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River


Jackson
- Jefferson
O W Lafayette
g Lake

B Lee
o Leon
Levy
Liberty

Madison
Manatee
p Marion
g Martin

B onroe
Nassau
SOkaloosa
SOkeechobee


Census
1980 1990

8.8 10.9
20.4 19.5
18.6 25.8
44.5 101.1

47.5 68.4
646.9 834.1
14.7 15.8
59.9 90.2

39.2 41.4
10.7 11.3
4.0 5.6
104.9 152.1


205.3
148.7
19.9
4.3

14.9
148.4
122.5
64.0

63.2
32.9
109.9
20.3


335.1
192.5
25.9
5.6

16.6
211.7
194.8
100.9

78.0
43.9
143.8
29.6


Estimates


1987 1988 1989 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996


9.5 10.1 10.6 11.0 11.5
20.0 19.9 19.7 19.8 21.1
24.0 24.8 25.3 27.2 27.8
83.4 90.5 95.5 104.4 108.1

62.1 64.3 66.4 70.6 72.2
792.2 809.5 822.6 843.2 854.0
15.1 15.2 15.5 16.0 16.2
80.2 83.7 86.8 92.4 94.1


41.2 41.2
11.2 11.2
5.1 5.2
137.2 141.0

300.6 312.3
174.4 178.9
23.8 24.5
4.6 4.7

15.4 15.4
193.5 199.7
174.2 180.9
88.3 92.0


11.6 11.9 12.5 13.4
22.0 22.5 22.9 22.5
28.1 28.7 29.5 30.2
111.7 114.9 117.9 119.9


73.2
866.1
16.3
95.6


75.9 77.3 78.0
879.1 892.9 910.9
16.9 17.4 17.4
97.4 100.3 102.2


41.2 41.6 42.6 44.4 45.4 46.6 48.6
11.3 12.0 12.3 13.0 13.1 13.5 13.7
5.4 5.7 5.6 5.6 5.8 6.5 7.0
146.5 157.1 162.6 167.2 171.2 176.9 182.3


325.4
187.5
25.3
4.7

15.8
205.7
188.1
96.2


344.0 350.8 357.6
198.3 202.6 206.3
26.7 27.5 28.2
5.6 5.5 5.7


16.5
215.1
200.3
103.1


73.1 75.5 76.8 79.5 81.0
41.2 42.1 43.5 45.0 45.5
137.5 139.8 141.6 146.1 150.0
27.3 28.1 28.9 30.2 31.1


367.4
212.1
29.1
6.5


17.0 17.3 17.8
219.3 223.5 228.3
206.6 212.0 217.9
105.0 106.8 110.2


376.7
217.5
29.8
6.9

18.3
233.2
224.6
112.0


81.8 82.3 83.4
46.5 47.4 49.1
154.5 158.3 162.7
31.8 32.3 32.9


383.7
221.6
30.7
7.4

18.7
236.8
229.3
114.5

83.8
51.1
165.3
33.6


Continued . .


See footnote at end of table.


























Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns


St. Lucie
M Santa Rosa
w Sarasota
E Seminole


Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union

Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washington


Table 1.20. COUNTIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1987 THROUGH 1996
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)

(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)


0
4


0
* County

Orange
Osceola
Palm Be
Pasco


Estimates
1988 1989 1991 1992


622.3
95.2
817.5
267.0


652.4 701.3
101.0 114.4
841.5 883.0
274.4 285.4


728.5 851.7 825.7 834.0 844.6 855.8
321.7 405.4 383.0 391.6 399.0 414.7
50.5 65.1 61.0 62.3 63.9 66.0
51.3 83.8 74.2 78.3 82.0 86.1


87.2 150.2
56.0 81.6
202.3 277.8
179.8 287.5

24.3 31.6
22.3 26.8
16.5 17.1
10.2 10.3


258.8
10.9
21.3
14.5


370.7
14.2
27.8
16.9


129.5 136.3 144.1
73.3 75.6 79.1
258.1 264.3 271.4
251.4 264.7 277.3


155.1
83.9
283.1
298.1


ach


1993 1994 1995 1996


727.8
125.7
918.2
294.0

865.0
429.9
67.6
91.2


740.2 759.0 777.6
131.1 136.6 139.7
937.2 962.8 981.8
298.9 305.6 309.9

870.7 876.2 881.4
437.2 443.2 452.7
69.0 69.5 70.3
94.8 98.2 101.7


163.2 166.8 171.2 175.5
90.3 93.8 96.1 98.5
290.6 296.0 301.5 305.8
310.9 316.6 324.1 329.0


29.3 29.8 30.9 32.0 33.1 33.8 35.2 36.5 40.6
25.3 25.7 26.3 27.4 27.6 28.6 29.3 30.5 31.4
17.2 17.2 17.2 17.4 17.4 17.4 17.5 18.3 19.0
10.6 10.1 10.3 10.6 11.4 12.0 12.5 12.6 13.0


333.6 347.6 360.2
13.2 13.5 13.8
26.2 26.6 27.1
16.3 16.5 16.8


376.7 384.0
14.4 14.7
29.2 29.7
17.2 17.4


390.1 396.6 403.0 407.2
15.4 16.4 17.0 18.0
30.6 31.9 33.4 34.3
17.6 18.1 19.0 19.8


Note: These are revised intercensal estimates that incorporate the effects of 1990 census counts, all revisions to
1980 census counts, and any changes that may have occurred in the underlying base data. 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, Special Population Re-
ports, May 1991, and Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1996. Census data from U.S. Bureau of the Census.


Census
1980 1990 1987

470.9 677.5 602.8
49.3 107.7 87.6
576.8 863.5 784.8
193.7 281.1 258.2


712.6
119.8
897.0
290.3

860.7
420.9
67.8
88.4

158.9
88.0
287.2
305.9








1.00 Population


Florida Statistical Abstract 1997


Table 1.31. COUNTIES AND CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1996, 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
1996

14,411,563
7,116,696
7,294,867

202,140
5,882
1,407
97,693
1,381
3,571
139
645
2,289
1,042
88,091

20,709
460
4,253
15,996

142,159
14,044
2,102
11,353
973
37,236
4,554
4,976
9,482
57,439

24,983
331
312
668
5,163
18,509

450,164
8,375
17,874
12,794
2,938

7,579
2,364
66,970
3,198
612
74,395
578


See footnotes at end of table.

University of Florida


Census Estimates
1990 1996


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


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

1,255,531
27,269
21,335
78,864
13,183
47,143
46,997
149,238
30,997
1,748
121,720

2,990
27,341
49,015
33
10,378
42,985
40,663
26,473
26,326
3,773
4,933
65,566
66,814
72,411
619
65,683
44,822
11,804
154,408

11,011
497
2,404
8,110

110,975
10,637
100,338

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


18,434
10,106
41,321
9,171
173,455

1,392,252
34,528
27,686
98,553
17,320
59,393
48,974
150,150
31,458
1,753
125,689

3,000
27,859
50,020
40
10,470
48,168
46,490
27,354
28,144
10,378
4,949
94,354
76,223
74,271
619
74,766
50,051
11,886
157,706

12,504
604
2,484
9,416

129,468
12,308
117,160

107,889
4,072
6,741
97,076


Continued .

Bureau of Economic and Business Research









1.00 Population


Florida Statistical Abstract 1997


Table 1.31. COUNTIES AND CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1996, IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES


Area

Clay
Green Cove Springs
Keystone Heights
Orange Park
Penney Farms
Unincorporated

Collier
Everglades
Naples
Unincorporated

Columbia
Ft. White
Lake City
Unincorporated

Dade
Aventura 1/
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 1/
Medley
Miami
Miami Beach
Miami Shores
Miami Springs
North Bay
North Miami
North Miami Beach
Opa-Locka
Pinecrest 1/
South Miami
Surfside
Sweetwater
Virginia Gardens
West Miami
Unincorporated

De Soto
Arcadia
Unincorporated


OF FLORIDA (Continued)

Census Estimates
1990 1996 Area

105,986 125,431 Dixie
4,497 4,988 Cross City
1,315 1,340 Horseshoe Beach
9,488 9,508 Unincorporated
609 636
90,077 108,959 Duval
Atlantic Beach
152,099 193,036 Baldwin
321 541 Jacksonville Beach
19,505 21,127 Neptune Beach
132,273 171,368 Jacksonville (Duval)

42,613 52,565 Escambia
468 517 Century
9,626 10,049 Pensacola
32,519 41,999 Unincorporated

1,937,194 2,043,316 Flagler
0 16,996 Beverly Beach
3,045 3,117 Bunnell
4,703 4,663 Flagler Beach
3,068 3,030 Marineland (part)
40,091 41,205 Unincorporated
2,457 2,485
5,978 5,590 Franklin
774 835 Apalachicola
188,008 206,500 Carrabelle
7,727 12,208 Unincorporated
26,694 25,385
44 50 Gadsden
13 13 Chattahoochee
0 8,886 Greensboro
663 884 Gretna
358,648 365,127 Havana
92,639 91,848 Midway
10,084 10,162 Quincy
13,268 13,358 Unincorporated
5,383 5,894
50,001 50,757 Gilchrist
35,361 38,057 Bell
15,283 15,790 Fanning Springs
0 18,988 (part)
10,404 10,537 Trenton
4,108 4,361 Unincorporated
13,909 14,060
2,212 2,267 Glades
5,727 5,832 Moore Haven
1,036,902 1,064,431 Unincorporated

23,865 26,716 Gulf
6,488 6,600 Port St. Joe
17,377 20,116 Wewahitchka


See footnotes at end of table.

University of Florida


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
1,779


Estimates
1996

12,602
2,070
194
10,338

728,437
13,116
1,560
20,086
7,503
686,172

286,301
2,040
60,658
223,603

39,052
324
2,048
4,225
12
32,443

10,378
2,798
1,361
6,219

46,322
4,104
592
2,841
1,864
1,172
7,336
28,413

12,150
286

237
1,346
10,281

9,413
1,548
7,865

13,545
4,128
1,830


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Table 1.31. COUNTIES AND CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1996, IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES
OF FLORIDA (Continued)


Area

Gulf (Continued)
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
Vero Beach
Unincorporated


Census
1990



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
17,350
58,143


Estimates
1996


7,587

13,431
2,075
783
817
9,756

22,519
1,876
3,573
1,247
15,823

30,157
6,349
3,125
20,683

119,931
7,794
11
112,126

77,996
8,110
1,427
8,955
59,504

910,855
26,081
289,337
19,138
576,299

17,412
2,759
321
219
466
292
13,355

102,211
2,412
2,640
29
13,967
17,697
65,466


Area


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

Jefferson
Monticello
Unincorporated

Lafayette
Mayo
Unincorporated

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

Lee
Cape Coral
Ft. Myers
Ft. Myers Beach 1/
Sanibel
Unincorporated

Leon
Tallahassee
Unincorporated

Levy
Bronson


Census Estimates
1990 1996


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

11,296
2,603
8,693

5,578
917
4,661

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

335,113
74,991
44,947
0
5,468
209,707

192,493
124,773
67,720

25,912
875


48,629
536
117
251
1,079
2,688
703
627
320
2,205
6,546
2,096
31,461

13,713
2,884
10,829

7,012
930
6,082

182,309
1,175
7,291
14,286
2,981
2,487
796
12,287
15,352
2,376
2,463
1,111
8,483
8,233
2,432
100,556

383,706
87,632
46,328
6,039
5,838
237,869

221,621
138,863
82,758

30,690
854


See footnotes at end of table.

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1.00 Population


lorida Startistical Abstract 1997


Table 1.31. COUNTIES AND CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1996, IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES


Area

Levy (Continued)
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


OF FLORIDA (Continued)

Census Estimates
1990 1996 Area


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


742
1,989

297
1,295
126
2,269
612
22,506

7,439
1,130
6,309

18,745
1,010
314
3,463
13,958

236,778
1,843
48,031
1,682
5,043

2,649
9,860
167,670

229,260
3,307
1,785
422
43,332
570
179,844

114,464
581
510
1,736
13,773
97,864

83,789
1,048
27,009
200
55,532


See footnotes at end of table.

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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
Kissimmee
St. Cloud
Unincorporated

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


Census
1990

43,941
946
8,765
2,276
31,954

143,777
386
9,886
8,090
21,407
543
4,139
10,509
341
6,316
82,160

29,627
4,943
24,684

677,491
13,611
19
5,272
2,505
1,062
1,776
8,932
700
12,778
164,674
1,371
9,863
22,623
432,305

107,728
30,337
13,005
64,386

863,503
1,653
16,177
61,486
46,284
400
121
47,184


Estimates
1996

51,097
1,018
9,988
2,509
37,582

165,319
410
12,429
9,802
22,037
600
4,406
11,705
630
6,635
96,665

33,643
5,069
28,574

777,556
19,255
24
5,596
2,506
1,479
23
9,871
748
19,261
173,122
1,776
12,413
24,750
506,732

139,724
38,175
16,601
84,948

981,793
1,694
16,858
67,754
50,940
398
121
52,039


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Florida Statistical Abstract 1997


Table 1.31. COUNTIES AND CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1996, IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES
OF FLORIDA (Continued)


Area


Palm Beach (Continued)
Glen Ridge
Golf Village
Golfview
Greenacres City
Gulf Stream
Haverhill
Highland Beach
Hypoluxo
Juno Beach
Jupiter
Jupiter Inlet
Colony
Lake Clarke Shores
Lake Park
Lake Worth
Lantana
Manalapan
Mangonia Park
North Palm Beach
Ocean Ridge
Pahokee
Palm Beach
Palm Beach Gardens
Palm Beach Shores
Palm Springs
Riviera Beach
Royal Palm Beach
South Bay
South Palm Beach
Tequesta Village
Wellington 1/
West Palm Beach
Unincorporated

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

Pinellas
Belleair
Belleair Beach
Belleair Bluffs
Belleair Shore
Clearwater
Dunedin
Gulfport
Indian Rocks Beach


Census
1990


207
184
153
18,683
690
1,058
3,209
807
2,172
24,907

405
3,364
6,704
28,564
8,392
312
1,453
11,343
1,570
6,822
9,814
22,990
1,035
9,763
27,646
15,532
3,558
1,480
4,499
0
67,764
405,118

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

851,659
3,963
2,070
2,234
60
98,784
34,027
11,709
3,963


Estimates
1996


219
195
153
23,733
707
1,187
3,264
1,371
2,659
30,599

421
3,640
6,887
29,844
8,477
330
1,392
11,855
1,635
6,935
9,790
31,909
1,028
9,950
27,782
17,668
3,329
1,498
4,673
26,148
78,370
444,341

309,936
5,963
14,555
2,629
690
831
8,867
276,401

881,383
4,080
2,138
2,221
60
101,867
35,104
11,871
4,169


See footnotes at end of table.

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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
St. Augustine Beach


Census Estimates
1990 1996


1,405 1,473
4,345 4,334
65,910 67,798
4,225 4,225

1,135 1,147
8,361 9,224
43,571 44,472
1,626 1,605
2,366 2,411
15,120 16,750
240,318 241,276
9,200 9,589
9,251 9,658
5,644 5,867
17,874 19,507
7,266 7,347
257,232 273,190

405,382 452,707
8,846 9,323
14,716 15,025
1,529 1,981
2,335 2,572
1,758 1,903
4,993 5,455
2,875 2,904
11,683 12,911
155 155
221 235
3,622 3,771
1,128 1,137
9,670 9,928
70,576 75,422
2,988 3,314
1,439 1,644
24,725 25,485
242,123 279,542

65,070 70,287
1,859 1,847
1,160 1,390
10,444 10,685
726 755
533 601
50,348 55,009

83,829 101,729
595 648
0 0
11,695 12,149
3,657 4,116

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Table 1.31. COUNTIES AND CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1996, IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES
OF FLORIDA (Continued)


Census
1990


St. Johns (Continued)
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

Sumter
Bushnell
Center Hill
Coleman
Webster
Wildwood
Unincorporated

Suwannee
Branford
Live Oak
Unincorporated

Taylor
Perry


Estimates
1996


Area


Taylor (Continued)
67,882 84,816 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

17,111
7,151


175,458
37,273
74,894
633
62,658

98,491
5,959
683
7,534
84,315

305,848
3,907
15,905
51,311
18,619
216,106

329,031
38,200
24,393
7,470
13,598
19,247
35,279
26,474
164,370

40,593
2,358
762
847
854
3,989
31,783

31,424
659
6,465
24,300

19,022
7,216


Union
Lake Butler
Raiford
Worthington Springs
Unincorporated

Volusia
Daytona Beach
Daytona Beach
Shores
DeBary 1/
DeLand
Deltona 1/
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 1996


9,960 11,806


10,252
2,116
198
178
7,760

370,737
61,991

2,197
(X)
16,622
(X)
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


13,023
2,084
257
178
10,504

407,199
63,796

2,870
11,568
18,000
56,148
17,761
11,370
2,435
18,239
1,083
6,137
32,426
1,240
2,232
40,543
12,910
108,441

18,022
297
385
17,340

34,328
5,511
1,080
625
27,112

19,751
579
4,110
269
849
332
13,612


(X) Not applicable. 1/ Not incorporated in 1990.
Note: Census counts include all adjustments made through September 30, 1996.
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, Popula-
tion Program, Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1996. 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, 1996, BY AGE, RACE, AND SEX
IN FLORIDA


All races White Black 1/
tal Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Femal


e


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


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



14,411,563
2,776,875
1,719,933
4,185,553
3,065,783
729,936
712,549
564,947
384,996
270,991


'"L"'


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




6,992,872
1,418,294
883,735
2,104,914
1,471,667
327,545
310,083
237,835
150,444
88,355


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


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


Estimates, 1996


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




7,418,691
1,358,581
836,198
2,080,639
1,594,116
402,391
402,466
327,112
234,552
182,636


5,904,890
1,089,636
694,782
1,762,107
1,304,121
305,716
293,703
227,043
143,973
83,809


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



6,258,447
1,039,440
654,804
1,716,879
1,393,436
372,241
377,955
309,145
222,266
172,281


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




2,000,793
589,527
330,080
614,307
323,199
47,460
37,778
26,811
17,622
14,009


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



968,505
298,974
135,591
274,057
233,698
31,363
24,734
19,888
15,060
9,963


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




1,032,288
290,553
131,319
272,838
263,477
37,356
31,355
27,572
22,718
16,848


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 misre-
porting. As a result, these numbers may differ from those found in other publications.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida Population
Studies, July 1997, Volume 30, No. 3. Bulletin No. 118, and unpublished data.


-----


12,163,337
2,129,076
1,349,586
3,478,986
2,697,557
677,957
671,658
536,188
366,239
256,090


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Table 1.35. AGE AND SEX: ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP AND MEDIAN AGE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA


0

"t
S Count

SFlor:


y

id


a


Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
' Citrus
'ow
g Clay
Collier
C Columbia

Dade
SDe Soto
0 Dixie
0
g Duval
S Escambia
Flagler

C Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades




See foo


14,411,563 6,992,872

202,140 99,845
20,709 11,071
142,159 69,968

24,983 14,024
450,164 220,964
1,392,252 668,386

12,504 6,636
129,468 62,101
107,889 51,254

125,431 61,958
193,036 94,523
52,565 26,749

2,043,316 985,827
26,716 14,417
12,602 6,624

728,437 356,125
286,301 140,404
39,052 18,653

10,378 5,161
46,322 22,970
12,150 6,450
9,413 4,758




notes at end of table.


Sex
Total Male Female


APRIL 1, 1996


7,418,691

102,295
9,638
72,191

10,959
229,200
723,866

5,868
67,367
56,635

63,473
98,513
25,816

1,057,489
12,299
5,978

372,312
145,897
20,399

5,217
23,352
5,700
4,655


0-14

2,776,875

37,925
4,682
30,581

4,580
85,624
265,257

2,327
17,146
15,263

29,221
33,873
11,830

448,284
5,074
2,329

164,777
60,531
5,785

1,718
10,956
2,331
1,698


15-24

1,719,933

50,790
3,517
18,823

3,604
50,144
140,037

1,929
10,870
8,720

17,294
18,018
7,372

259,819
3,496
1,662

100,474
42,889
3,556

1,174
7,010
2,464
1,179


25-44

4,185,553

63,323
6,887
43,675

8,326
133,066
426,695

3,906
26,930
21,500

39,440
49,962
15,075

618,760
7,642
3,360

242,765
88,500
8,418

2,503
14,166
3,130
2,363


Age

45-64

3,065,783

31,338
3,862
30,688

5,190
100,482
289,071

2,530
31,622
26,845

27,694
45,007
11,259

435,292
5,343
3,010

139,288
58,120
10,012

2,952
8,990
2,598
2,236


65 and
over

2,663,419

18,764
1,761
18,392

3,283
80,848
271,192

1,812
42,900
35,561

11,782
46,176
7,029

281,161
5,161
2,241

81,133
36,261
11,281

2,031
5,200
1,627
1,937


Continued . .


---


18 and
over

11,160,865

157,770
14,944
106,063

19,422
349,906
1,086,127

9,658
108,869
89,567

90,293
153,765
38,349

1,520,403
20,648
9,803

538,081
214,896
32,109

8,291
33,275
9,244
7,324


Median
1/

28.5

31.6
35.3
35.0

38.6
38.9
35.3

52.0
51.8
33.9

42.9
35.0
35.2

37.5
38.6
33.0

33.6
48.7
43.5

32.5
33.7
40.8
36.1










Table 1




0
ft


SCounty

SGulf
Hamilton
Hardee

Hendry
Hernando
Highlands

Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River

Jackson
0 Jefferson
e Lafayette

a Lake
0 Lee
m Leon

B Levy
| Liberty
Madison

SManatee
SMarion
C Martin


a Monroe
Nassau
SOkaloosa


asee fo
;jSee fc


.35. AGE AND SEX: ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP AND MEDIAN AGE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
APRIL 1, 1996 (Continued)


Total

13,545
13,431
22,519

30,157
119,931
77,996

910,855
17,412
102,211

48,629
13,713
7,012

182,309
383,706
221,621

30,690
7,439
18,745

236,778
229,260
114,464

83,789
51,097
165,319


Sex
Male Female


7,394
7,306
11,987

15,579
57,154
36,690

444,750
9,111
49,032

25,997
6,133
4,095

87,003
184,823
106,706

14,696
4,363
9,778

112,294
109,919
55,770

42,736
25,278
82,830


6,151
6,125
10,532

14,578
62,777
41,306

466,105
8,301
53,179

22,632
7,580
2,917

95,306
198,883
114,915

15,994
3,076
8,967

124,484
119,341
58,694

41,053
25,819
82,489


0-14 15-24

2,380 1,903
2,667 2,369
5,095 3,343

7,969 4,540
18,371 10,430
11,708 6,695

192,807 117,243
3,245 2,660
16,652 9,434

8,597 7,876
2,821 1,932
1,227 1,165

30,024 16,532
65,826 36,101
40,831 56,013

5,833 3,532
1,308 1,109
4,115 2,839

39,696 22,234
41,547 24,108
17,589 10,069

13,374 7,620
11,247 6,825
37,283 22,262


25-44

4,286
4,304
6,340

8,787
24,089
14,337

293,633
4,895
24,504

15,293
4,112
2,485

41,075
97,349
68,223

7,449
2,666
5,783

58,733
54,655
29,246

28,318
15,425
56,004


45-64

3,047
2,598
4,245

5,579
28,800
16,781

188,813
3,876
22,275

10,268
2,912
1,341

41,934
88,819
38,837

7,194
1,573
3,485

51,088
52,232
25,617

21,359
12,097
32,844


61an


65 and
over

1,929
1,493
3,496

3,282
38,241
28,475

118,359
2,736
29,346

6,595
1,936
794

52,744
95,611
17,717

6,682
783
2,523

65,027
56,718
31,943

13,118
5,503
16,926


18 and Median


18 and
over

10,591
10,054
16,440

20,803
98,063
64,037

686,440
13,434
82,584

38,008
10,290
5,502

147,070
307,039
172,514

23,714
5,837
13,841

190,537
179,968
93,798

68,471
37,603
121,812


Median
1/

32.7
33.1
30.8

50.3
53.7
35.0

36.4
45.4
35.0

35.5
33.0
46.7

43.6
29.2
41.3

34.6
33.0
44.3

43.0
45.2
40.2

35.5
33.3
37.5


Continued .


ootnotes at end of table.









Table 1.35. AGE AND SEX: ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP AND MEDIAN AGE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
APRIL 1, 1996 (Continued)


County

0 Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola

Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas

Polk
Putnam
St. Johns

10 St. Lucie
w Santa Rosa
SSarasota

1 Seminole
0 Sumter
SSuwannee
0
C Taylor
Union
Volusia

SWakulla
w Walton
9 Washington


Total

33,643
777,556
139,724

981,793
309,936
881,383

452,707
70,287
101,729

175,458
98,491
305,848

329,031
40,593
31,424

19,022
13,023
407,199

18,022
34,328
19,751


Sex
Male Female


17,018
385,410
68,546

470,752
146,424
415,173

218,972
34,134
49,489

85,232
49,177
143,238

161,633
21,046
15,226

9,618
8,519
196,746

8,961
17,364
9,902


16,625
392,146
71,178

511,041
163,512
466,210

233,735
36,153
52,240

90,226
49,314
162,610

167,398
19,547
16,198

9,404
4,504
210,453

9,061
16,964
9,849


0-14

7,444
163,858
30,257

174,425
47,058
139,055

89,925
14,586
18,146

33,741
21,682
41,112

68,612
6,922
6,217

4,196
2,133
69,687

3,823
6,060
3,932


15-24

4,319
115,141
18,098

93,650
27,992
84,208

54,337
8,545
12,383

18,482
12,644
24,163

41,684
5,043
4,438

2,649
1,923
46,832

2,585
4,301
2,841


25-44

8,314
267,206
42,385

272,867
67,745
239,718

119,462
17,655
29,649

46,555
32,356
68,808

112,482
9,979
7,749

5,420
5,448
109,746

5,292
9,175
5,159


Age

45-64

7,195
147,392
29,997

207,216
66,635
196,959

97,208
15,784
23,825

38,166
21,449
72,019

72,231
9,330
7,369

3,999
2,476
88,556

4,155
8,407
4,372


65 and 18 and Median


over

6,371
83,959
18,987

233,635
100,506
221,443

91,775
13,717
17,726

38,514
10,360
99,746

34,022
9,319
5,651

2,758
1,043
92,378

2,167
6,385
3,447


over

24,783
587,531
104,373

779,878
254,496
718,178

346,637
52,857
80,149

135,850
72,802
257,476

247,487
32,211
23,722

14,003
10,430
325,580

13,325
26,921
14,919


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


race, and sex data.


Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida Population
Studies, July 1997, Volume 30, No. 3. Bulletin No. 118, and unpublished data.










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


County

Florida


Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
tj Citrus

Clay
Collier
B Columbia

Dade
De Soto
0 Dixie
0
Duval
g Escambia
Flagler

0 Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades


I

8 See foi


Total

2,014,681

7,966
216
2,651

480
18,298
170,656

227
3,738
2,539

4,320
26,129
888

1,126,929
4,308
114

21,765
6,052
2,119

69
1,073
226
985


Sex
Male Female


1,005,710

4,080
153
1,366

358
9,237
85,289

134
1,986
1,192

2,133
14,492
429

548,323
2,852
77

11,211
3,068
1,005

30
622
155
569


otnotes at end of table.


1,008,971

3,886
63
1,285

122
9,061
85,367

93
1,752
1,347

2,187
11,637
459

578,606
1,456
37

10,554
2,984
1,114

39
451
71
416


0-14

443,229

1,363
29
659

55
4,570
39,442

57
760
463

1,252
7,801
239

217,057
1,308
22

5,953
1,537
495

17
378
28
326


15-24

292,897

3,029
23
481

52
2,809
25,393

33
644
270

725
4,722
156

148,331
852
23

3,223
949
347

10
171
51
172


Age

25-44

682,099

2,528
104
881

245
6,133
65,635

104
1,107
484

1,487
8,808
259

374,391
1,720
50

8,242
2,172
497

21
394
85
313


45-64

366,240

677
42
440

99
3,161
27,551

29
686
676

627
3,524
124

227,929
320
16

2,939
927
459

13
89
44
123


65 and
over

230,216

369
18
190

29
1,625
12,635

4
541
646

229
1,274
110

159,221
108
3

1,408
467
321

8
41
18
51


Continued .









Tab




0
-I


County

SGulf
Hamilton
Hardee

Hendry
Hernando
Highlands

Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River

() Jackson
M w Jefferson
SLafayette

C Lake
0 Lee
g Leon
0
0 Levy
H Liberty
Madison

SManatee
SMarion
0 Martin

Monroe
Nassau
SOkaloosa


0 See footnc


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


Sex
Total Male Female


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


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


0-14

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


15-24

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


Age

25-44

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


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


notes at end of table.


65 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 . .








t3 I-
g Table 1.36. HISPANIC POPULATION: ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
APRIL 1, 1995 (Continued) 0


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

S Okeechobee 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

U 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
0 Sarasota 8,579 4,385 4,194 1,927 1,216 2,791 1,610 1,035

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

0
Taylor 280 173 107 50 55 129 30 16
Union 376 302 74 39 40 225 60 12 A
Volusia 21,851 11,489 10,362 6,277 3,821 6,742 3,069 1,942

SWakulla 89 47 42 25 4 26 25 9
Walton 521 275 246 125 93 149 99 55
Washington 235 159 76 61 39 92 32 11


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

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








Table 1.37. PERSONS AGED 65 AND OVER: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1996, BY AGE
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA


4 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
: County 1990 1996 1990 1996 1990 1996 1990 1996 1990 1996 1990 1996

EFlorida 737,129 729,936 627,699 712,549 483,532 564,947 302,099 384,996 205,467 270,991 18.2 18.5

Alachua 5,652 5,487 4,256 5,082 3,176 3,711 2,064 2,478 1,594 2,006 9.2 9.3
Baker 475 594 391 455 284 326 181 225 119 161 7.8 8.5
Bay 5,673 6,124 4,040 5,064 2,799 3,539 1,611 2,220 1,019 1,445 11.9 12.9

Bradford 962 954 689 919 501 654 344 418 228 338 12.1 13.1
Brevard 24,416 24,503 18,598 23,457 12,108 16,988 6,697 9,811 4,265 6,089 16.6 18.0
Broward 66,625 62,240 66,832 66,043 61,690 60,683 39,750 48,592 24,398 33,634 20.7 19.5

Calhoun 481 478 374 473 342 362 237 270 158 229 14.5 14.5
tW Charlotte 12,517 12,298 10,563 12,153 7,375 9,236 4,281 5,713 2,570 3,500 33.6 33.1
w Citrus 10,174 10,570 8,313 10,012 5,785 7,598 3,066 4,586 1,807 2,795 31.2 33.0

Clay 3,225 3,702 2,248 3,185 1,628 2,187 994 1,442 846 1,266 8.4 9.4
0 Collier 11,975 13,765 9,810 13,167 6,649 9,690 3,894 6,036 2,128 3,518 22.7 23.9
0 Columbia 2,063 2,188 1,533 2,005 1,047 1,405 597 843 380 588 13.2 13.4

S Dade 80,679 80,696 64,600 70,320 55,537 54,412 38,461 41,718 29,145 34,015 13.9 13.8
SDe Soto 1,495 1,461 1,323 1,511 934 1,118 523 648 317 423 19.2 19.3
Dixie 612 798 406 632 278 408 139 257 97 146 14.5 17.8

p Duval 25,010 24,504 18,494 21,674 13,599 16,305 8,314 10,830 5,985 7,820 10.6 11.1
Escambia 11,247 10,888 8,189 10,057 5,770 7,219 3,450 4,695 2,488 3,402 11.9 12.7
IL
Flagler 3,275 3,913 2,180 3,439 1,048 2,157 482 1,100 303 672 25.4 28.9

Franklin 492 660 449 497 291 414 192 255 164 205 17.7 19.6
a Gadsden 1,574 1,503 1,353 1,332 1,069 1,049 647 710 509 606 12.5 11.2
SGilchrist 482 539 384 468 202 325 136 164 113 131 13.6 13.4
SGlades 549 604 424 552 296 420 120 240 79 121 19.3 20.6


Continued . .










Table 1.37. PERSONS AGED 65 AND OVER: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1996, 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
County 1990 1996 1990 1996 1990 1996 1990 1996 1990 1996 1990 1996

Gulf 601 596 449 516 338 383 224 247 136 187 15.2 14.2
Hamilton 376 483 324 357 271 289 171 209 100 155 11.4 11.1
Hardee 1,028 1,011 792 1,001 558 697 353 463 214 324 15.1 15.5

Hendry 1,023 1,046 712 888 540 622 323 425 203 301 10.9 10.9
Hernando 11,953 11,844 9,332 11,468 5,635 8,112 2,508 4,333 1,522 2,484 30.6 31.9
Highlands 7,403 7,516 6,572 8,338 4,654 6,281 2,557 4,050 1,558 2,290 33.2 36.5

Hillsborough 34,478 34,675 27,070 32,047 19,750 24,168 11,931 15,861 8,217 11,608 12.2 13.0
Holmes 804 795 629 742 501 520 330 387 216 292 15.7 15.7
Indian River 8,260 8,088 7,086 8,535 4,676 6,542 2,787 3,804 1,642 2,377 27.1 28.7

0% Jackson 1,841 1,840 1,548 1,597 1,310 1,323 887 993 568 842 14.9 13.6
Jefferson 516 559 416 505 335 402 226 261 175 209 14.8 14.1
Lafayette 227 252 167 219 109 160 74 101 38 62 11.0 11.3

0 Lake 13,461 14,538 11,212 15,065 8,506 11,315 5,248 7,237 3,239 4,589 27.4 28.9
Lee 27,822 27,793 23,435 27,016 16,350 20,350 9,343 12,762 5,648 7,690 24.6 24.9
SLeon 5,325 5,500 4,246 4,661 2,910 3,711 1,880 2,263 1,340 1,582 8.2 8.0

Levy 1,758 1,982 1,415 1,898 904 1,469 513 829 296 504 18.8 21.8
SLiberty 197 268 176 195 123 151 75 100 50 69 11.2 10.5
p Madison 662 684 603 628 490 520 336 376 228 315 14.0 13.5

SManatee 17,136 16,196 15,799 17,151 12,396 14,247 8,090 9,948 5,761 7,485 28.0 27.5
9 Marion 15,556 16,834 12,415 16,658 8,170 12,274 4,222 6,841 2,534 4,111 22.0 24.7
Martin 8,985 8,596 7,772 8,904 5,600 7,141 3,267 4,426 1,898 2,876 27.3 27.9
SMonroe 4,665 4,240 3,475 3,739 2,285 2,690 1,251 1,619 671 830 15.8 15.7




Continued .
w







t-
Table 1.37. PERSONS AGED 65 AND OVER: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1996, BY AGE 0
SIN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)
a 0

S65-69 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 a
SCounty 1990 1996 1990 1996 1990 1996 1990 1996 1990 1996 1990 1996

Nassau 1,612 1,905 1,220 1,475 837 1,027 489 641 285 455 10.1 10.8
Okaloosa 5,345 5,760 3,615 4,835 2,151 3,258 1,215 1,783 916 1,290 9.2 10.2
Okeechobee 1,763 1,982 1,364 1,906 906 1,307 448 723 262 453 16.0 18.9

Orange 25,045 25,842 18,745 22,924 13,071 16,776 8,238 10,812 6,419 7,605 10.6 10.8
Osceola 4,886 5,683 4,028 4,863 2,811 3,986 1,678 2,459 1,436 1,996 13.8 13.6
Palm Beach 58,699 57,130 57,252 61,164 46,390 52,797 28,697 37,961 17,932 24,583 24.2 23.8

Pasco 27,031 24,618 26,172 27,278 19,440 23,674 11,358 15,822 6,501 9,114 32.2 32.4
Pinellas 59,240 52,554 55,480 55,569 46,573 48,073 33,313 35,547 26,278 29,700 25.9 25.1
Polk 25,097 26,069 20,281 25,506 14,753 19,039 8,810 12,216 5,746 8,945 18.4 20.3

w Putnam 4,303 4,307 3,211 3,975 2,172 2,724 1,198 1,633 730 1,078 17.8 19.5
0 St. Johns 4,964 5,383 3,709 4,962 2,475 3,663 1,413 2,192 1,131 1,526 16.3 17.4
SSt. Lucie 11,312 11,543 9,133 11,182 6,088 8,425 2,989 4,796 1,762 2,568 20.8 22.0

0 Santa Rosa 3,037 3,651 1,956 2,952 1,412 1,833 753 1,155 559 769 9.5 10.5
f Sarasota 25,967 24,833 23,807 26,503 18,835 22,198 12,058 15,219 8,471 10,993 32.1 32.6
Seminole 10,357 10,564 7,697 9,166 5,482 6,702 3,509 4,253 2,515 3,337 10.3 10.3

Sumter 2,540 2,794 2,056 2,751 1,339 1,924 717 1,147 382 703 22.3 23.0
Suwannee 1,400 1,598 1,080 1,481 893 1,103 639 795 477 674 16.8 18.0
STaylor 769 880 615 747 459 545 269 373 164 213 13.3 14.5
Union 279 332 216 295 131 201 76 123 62 92 7.5 8.0

Volusia 26,578 24,991 22,608 25,164 16,707 19,769 10,369 12,972 7,735 9,482 22.7 22.7
i Wakulla 573 688 404 584 328 417 194 286 137 192 11.5 12.0
* Walton 1,678 2,102 1,173 1,756 850 1,215 500 784 338 528 16.4 18.6
Washington 924 922 783 886 610 718 393 518 263 403 17.6 17.5


P Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, unpublished data. Cen- %
sus data from U.S. Bureau of the Census.
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0.1 0 Po elation


Florida Statistical Abstract 1997


Table 1.38. AGE AND SEX PROJECTIONS: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990
ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1996, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005
AND 2010, BY AGE AND SEX IN FLORIDA


Age

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

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


Census
1990

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

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


Estimates
1996

14,411,563
953,185
935,969
887,721
836,996
473,823
363,173
882,937
944,717
1,079,747
1,116,038
1,045,051
943,108
784,980
674,515
663,180
729,936
712,549
564,947
384,996
270,991

6,992,872
485,741
478,509
454,044
427,995
242,815
185,180
455,740
483,506
546,099
558,281
517,028
462,676
380,157
320,719
308,115
327,545
310,083
237,835
150,444
88,355


2000

15,428,873
948,499
992,664
977,331
942,599
534,078
408,521
899,418
931,011
994,877
1,147,874
1,177,404
1,078,876
976,492
807,373
718,026
712,250
724,940
637,790
434,922
326,527

7,503,612
483,416
506,049
499,870
481,998
273,679
208,319
464,565
481,310
507,388
577,883
584,984
529,804
475,567
387,277
337,368
326,175
317,420
266,155
170,356
106,027


Projections
2005

16,642,735
975,547
982,233
1,036,095
1,048,647
594,671
453,976
1,032,266
947,558
962,458
1,033,626
1,212,150
1,249,488
1,152,913
1,066,718
901,765
784,961
702,218
651,938
507,615
394,539

8,102,126
497,174
500,728
528,461
536,091
304,587
231,504
532,172
488,824
493,933
522,910
605,526
616,446
562,313
514,829
427,520
363,315
313,712
273,741
196,734
127,697


2010

17,836,377
1,036,310
1,005,929
1,020,412
1,093,742
620,336
473,406
1,125,843
1,081,984
978,977
993,358
1,089,731
1,281,100
1,328,702
1,249,442
1,184,065
981,106
771,171
629,755
517,915
466,835

8,689,993
528,115
512,739
520,418
557,875
317,024
240,851
579,860
557,207
501,635
505,072
546,303
635,834
651,212
603,916
564,328
457,267
347,184
269,014
202,160
149,854


See footnote at end of table.

University of Florida


Continued .

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1.00 Population


Florida Statistical Abstract 1997


Table 1.38. AGE AND SEX PROJECTIONS: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990
ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1996, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005
AND 2010, BY AGE AND SEX IN FLORIDA (Continued)


Census Estimates
1990 1996


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


7,418,691
467,444
457,460
433, 677
409,001
231,008
177,993
427,197
461,211
533,648
557,757
528,023
480,432
404,823
353,796
355,065
402,391
402,466
327,112
234,552
182,636


2000

7,925,261
465,083
486,615
477, 461
460,601
260,399
200,202
434,853
449,701
487,489
569,991
592,420
549,072
500,925
420,096
380,658
386,075
407,520
371,635
264,566
220,500


Projections
2005

8,540,609
478,373
481,505
507,634
512,556
290,084
222,472
500,094
458,734
468,525
510,716
606,624
633,042
590,600
551,889
474,245
421,646
388,506
378,197
310,881
266,842


2010


9,146,384
508,195
493,190
499,994
535,867
303,312
232,555
545,983
524,777
477,342
488,286
543,428
645,266
677,490
645,526
619,737
523,839
423,987
360,741
315,755
316,981


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

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


Bureau of Economic and Business Research


University of Florida









1 flfl n-..Ji _


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


County


Census Projections
1990 2000 2005 2010


Florida 36.3 39.5 41.3

Alachua 28.2 28.6 28.7
Baker 30.2 32.2 32.8

Bay 33.2 36.7 38.2
Bradford 33.6 36.1 37.3
Brevard 36.1 40.4 42.4

Broward 37.6 40.1 41.6
Calhoun 33.4 36.3 37.3
Charlotte 53.7 52.3 53.5

Citrus 50.8 52.9 54.6
Clay 32.0 35.4 36.9
Collier 40.6 44.5 46.8

Columbia 33.6 36.0 36.9
Dade 34.2 36.2 37.2
De Soto 36.4 38.2 39.5

Dixie 36.8 39.8 41.5
Duval 31.4 34.0 34.8
Escambia 32.3 34.2 35.1

Flagler 46.4 50.3 52.7
Franklin 38.9 47.1 50.4
Gadsden 31.8 33.5 34.6

Gilchrist 33.5 34.4 35.4
Glades 40.0 40.6 42.2
Gulf 35.6 36.2 36.9

Hamilton 30.8 33.4 34.4
Hardee 32.7 33.8 34.4
Hendry 30.3 31.2 31.6

Hernando 49.4 51.3 53.0
Highlands 51.4 54.9 56.3
Hillsborough 33.0 36.4 37.9

Holmes 35.5 37.5 38.8
Indian River 43.8 46.8 48.7
Jackson 34.3 35.9 37.0
Jefferson 33.8 36.7 38.3


County

Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon

Levy
Liberty
Madison

Manatee
Marion
Martin

Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa

Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola

Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas

Polk
Putnam
St. Johns

St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota

Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee

Taylor
Union
Volusia

Wakulla
Walton
Washington


Census
1990

32.0
44.6
42.0
28.8

38.4
32.5
32.2

42.9
40.0
44.3

38.8
33.3
31.3

34.3
31.4
33.6

39.8
47.9
42.1

36.4
37.2
36.9

37.7
32.4
48.9

33.2
40.1
36.5

33.5
31.2
39.3

34.2
37.7
37.2


Projections
2000 2005 2010

33.6 34.6 35.5
48.3 50.4 52.7
45.0 47.1 49.3
29.6 30.2 30.7

43.2 45.6 47.7
35.2 35.9 36.7
33.4 33.8 34.2

45.5 47.5 49.5
45.0 47.3 49.6
46.4 48.3 50.5

41.4 42.9 44.3
36.9 38.7 39.9
34.5 35.5 36.0

39.1 41.1 42.8
34.0 35.0 35.7
37.1 38.9 40.4

42.9 44.9 46.8
49.5 51.0 52.9
44.5 46.2 48.0

40.6 42.6 44.4
40.7 42.5 44.2
41.1 43.2 45.3

42.3 44.8 47.0
35.7 37.3 38.6
51.3 53.2 55.2

36.6 38.2 39.5
41.6 44.1 46.6
40.4 42.3 44.0

35.3 36.2 37.0
35.0 36.2 37.5
42.4 44.4 46.3

37.1 38.4 39.4
41.5 43.9 46.1
36.7 37.3 37.8


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, Popula-
tion Program, unpublished data. Census data from U.S., Department of Commerce, Bu-
reau of the Census, 1990 Census of Population: General Population Characteristics,
Florida.

University of Florida Bureau of Economic and Busineas Research


lF id Stattstic 7








Tabl



o
-% County

Florida
S-
Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
"O
w Clay
C Collier
Columbia

Dade
De Soto
8 Dixie

Duval
Escambia
Flagler

w Franklin
0 Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades


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


2000
Total Male

15,428,873 7,503,612

214,902 106,603
22,197 11,937
151,296 74,468

25,998 14,637
486,503 238,314
1,477,997 711,722

13,099 6,949
144,598 69,414
118,802 56,390

138,701 68,536
220,102 107,876
57,303 29,117

2,134,700 1,033,937
29,897 16,404
14,103 7,408

763,398 373,747
303,491 150,681
46,300 22,101

11,104 5,397
48,201 24,189
13,802 7,323
10,067 5,354


Female

7,925,261

108,299
10,260
76,828

11,361
248,189
766,275

6,150
75,184
62,412

70,165
112,226
28,186

1,100,763
13,493
6,695

389,651
152,810
24,199

5,707
24,012
6,479
4,713


Total

16,642,735

229,403
23,697
162,497

27,101
530,500
1,581,097

13,795
162,901
132,199

154,997
251,497
62,897

2,245,097
32,001
15,602

805,501
317,094
55,299

11,897
50,098
15,599
10,766


2005
Male

8,102,126

114,083
12,698
79,934

15,189
259,431
763,853

7,303
78,224
62,755

76,519
122,777
31,836

1,090,646
17,357
8,133

394,864
157,514
26,340

5,766
25,148
8,208
5,667


Female

8,540,609

115,320
10,999
82,563

11,912
271,069
817,244

6,492
84,677
69,444

78,478
128,720
31,061

1,154,451
14,644
7,469

410,637
159,580
28,959

6,131
24,950
7,391
5,099


Total

17,836,377

243,601
25,197
173,604

28,196
573,599
1,681,700

14,404
181,001
145,304

171,099
282,801
68,599

2,352,995
34,096
17,200

846,701
330,590
64,305

12,798
52,001
17,502
11,570


2010
Male

8,689,993

121,336
13,448
85,339

15,743
280,273
814,255

7,612
87,019
69,055

84,335
137,750
34,600

1,145,049
18,324
8,905

415,457
164,274
30,596

6,174
26,088
9,143
6,040


Continued . .


Female

9,146,384

122,265
11,749
88,265

12,453
293,326
867,445

6,792
93,982
76,249

86,764
145,051
33,999

1,207,946
15,772
8,295

431,244
166,316
33,709

6,624
25,913
8,359
5,530









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


0 2000 2005 2010
County Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female
0
SGulf 15,196 8,783 6,413 15,803 9,072 6,731 16,299 9,312 6,987
6 Hamilton 15,302 8,660 6,642 16,602 9,297 7,305 17,900 9,924 7,976
Hardee 23,102 12,261 10,841 23,698 12,503 11,195 24,202 12,716 11,486

Hendry 32,597 16,833 15,764 35,499 18,258 17,241 38,303 19,639 18,664
Hernando 135,596 64,578 71,018 154,898 73,799 81,099 173,997 83,021 90,976
Highlands 84,499 39,679 44,820 92,400 43,377 49,023 100,099 47,093 53,006

Hillsborough 963,898 471,336 492,562 1,028,700 503,369 525,331 1,091,804 534,312 557,492
Holmes 17,999 9,470 8,529 18,602 9,776 8,826 19,095 10,025 9,070
Indian River 111,005 53,169 57,836 121,599 58,211 63,388 131,999 63,256 68,743

Jackson 51,202 27,372 23,830 53,899 28,777 25,122 56,603 30,155 26,448
o Jefferson 14,596 6,523 8,073 15,402 6,922 8,480 16,200 7,317 8,883
b Lafayette 7,800 4,620 3,180 8,598 4,999 3,599 9,300 5,333 3,967

Lake 201,204 95,985 105,219 224,300 106,962 117,338 247,100 117,915 129,185
SLee 419,602 202,134 217,468 463,195 223,245 239,950 506,102 244,173 261,929
o Leon 238,099 114,987 123,112 257,798 124,784 133,014 277,199 134,333 142,866

SLevy 33,201 15,918 17,283 36,496 17,508 18,988 39,798 19,109 20,689
V Liberty 8,104 4,750 3,354 8,799 5,100 3,699 9,604 5,500 4,104
Madison 19,603 10,247 9,356 20,499 10,706 9,793 21,502 11,216 10,286

p Manatee 254,999 121,303 133,696 276,905 132,185 144,720 298,497 142,945 155,552
SMarion 252,299 120,861 131,438 280,300 134,192 146,108 308,099 147,565 160,534
SMartin 125,302 61,031 64,271 138,002 67,111 70,891 150,500 73,172 77,328

SMonroe 88,002 44,379 43,623 92,899 46,428 46,471 97,702 48,546 49,156
Nassau 55,396 27,406 27,990 60,607 29,970 30,637 65,800 32,502 33,298
S Okaloosa 177,596 88,664 88,932 192,697 95,894 96,803 207,805 103,173 104,632


%0
Continued . .
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S 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)


C 2000 2005 2010
SCounty Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female
o B
Okeechobee 36,844 18,901 17,943 40,046 20,349 19,697 43,146 21,781 21,365
I Orange 846,697 418,367 428,330 934,199 461,208 472,991 1,020,397 503,331 517,066
Osceola 160,601 78,872 81,729 186,302 91,524 94,778 211,801 103,998 107,803

Palm Beach 1,064,296 510,952 553,344 1,164,101 559,957 604,144 1,262,197 608,364 653,833
Pasco 332,102 157,059 175,043 358,798 170,155 188,643 384,904 183,207 201,697
Pinellas 905,299 429,077 476,222 934,301 445,461 488,840 962,799 461,172 501,627

Polk 481,401 232,775 248,626 516,002 249,415 266,587 549,802 265,748 284,054
Putnam 74,100 35,941 38,159 78,797 38,184 40,613 83,300 40,347 42,953
St. Johns 113,198 55,146 58,052 127,304 62,039 65,265 141,200 68,808 72,392

St. Lucie 194,101 94,111 99,990 216,900 105,054 111,846 239,400 115,930 123,470
W Santa Rosa 110,407 55,568 54,839 123,402 61,887 61,515 136,198 68,071 68,127
S Sarasota 325,704 152,885 172,819 349,602 164,602 185,000 372,801 176,146 196,655

SSeminole 360,901 177,649 183,252 399,599 196,859 202,740 437,899 215,682 222,217
B Sumter 46,002 25,026 20,976 50,801 27,227 23,574 55,502 29,429 26,073
0 Suwannee 33,900 16,450 17,450 36,899 17,911 18,988 40,001 19,405 20,596

Taylor 19,403 10,077 9,326 19,800 10,273 9,527 20,202 10,466 9,736
B Union 13,996 8,975 5,021 14,999 9,448 5,551 16,101 9,967 6,134
SVolusia 437,406 211,510 225,896 473,801 229,403 244,398 509,401 246,937 262,464

Wakulla 21,254 11,026 10,228 23,853 12,302 11,551 26,553 13,619 12, 934
Walton 37,599 19,057 18,542 41,400 20,855 20,545 45,101 22,601 22,500
SWashington 20,902 10,735 10,167 22,097 11,323 10,774 23,300 11,917 11,383






P Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida Population
a Studies, July 1997, Volume 30, No. 3. Bulletin No. 118.
Iy 14










Table 1.41. AGE PROJECTIONS:


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


County

Florida


Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
) Citrus

C Clay
S Collier
r Columbia

Dade
De Soto
S Dixie
0
Duval
p Escambia
Flagler

SFranklin
Gadsden
SGilchrist
SGlades

I

1


2000

0-24 25-64

4,760,511 7,831,933

94,328 100,854
8,546 11,659
51,838 79,204

8,219 14,250
144,829 252,080
433,321 769,283

4,288 6,895
31,027 66,849
25,513 54,023

50,227 74,518
58,273 108,591
20,807 28,695

742,040 1,103,105
9,507 14,696
4,329 7,058

275,563 402,415
109,534 155,241
10,676 21,822

2,873 5,887
18,007 24,811
5,342 6,607
2,947 5,156


65 and
over

2,836,429

19,720
1,992
20,254

3,529
89,594
275,393

1,916
46,722
39,266

13,956
53,238
7,801

289,555
5,694
2,716

85,420
38,716
13,802

2,344
5,383
1,853
1,964


0-24

5,074,788

100,308
8,914
54,878

8,291
155,292
465,105

4,341
34,246
27,158

54,680
65,442
22,625

783,724
10,243
4,669

290,139
113,810
12,178

2,825
18,158
5,890
3,053


2005

25-64

8,526,676

108,266
12,567
85,137

15,034
276,853
832,933

7,376
77,649
61,569

83,176
124,576
31,529

1,159,046
15,664
7,750

425,485
162,350
26,208

6,314
26,160
7,629
5,602


65 and
over

3,041,271

20,829
2,216
22,482

3,776
98,355
283,059

2,078
51,006
43,472

17,141
61,479
8,743

302,327
6,094
3,183

89,877
40,934
16,913

2,758
5,780
2,080
2,111


0-24

5,282,236

104,925
9,203
57,104

8,340
161,652
484,842

4,357
36,382
28,094

57,972
71,263
24,003

809,095
10,862
4,966

299,281
116,381
13,351

2,786
18,161
6,396
3,155


2010

25-64

9,187,359

115,687
13,488
91,209

15,665
301,879
891,024

7,774
87,297
68,206

91,581
139,459
34,496

1,220,565
16,536
8,487

449,682
170,277
30,432

6,645
27,439
8,661
6,076


65 and
over

3,366,782

22,989
2,506
25,291

4,191
110,068
305,834

2,273
57,322
49,004

21,546
72,079
10,100

323,335
6,698
3,747

97,738
43,932
20,522

3,367
6,401
2,445
2,339


Continued . .








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


County

P Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee

Hendry
Hernando
Highlands

Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River

CA Jackson
w Jefferson
C Lafayette

B Lake
0 Lee
SLeon
0
0 Levy
SLiberty
SMadison

SManatee
Marion
SMartin




a
0 Monroe
Nassau
SOkaloosa

P
SI
0


0-24

4,583
5,454
8,487

13,416
31,868
19,343

323,386
5,852
27,749

16,806
4,871
2,537

49,705
109,675
102,236

9,732
2,558
7,130

65,901
70,382
29,848

22,086
19,082
63,539


2000

25-64

8,572
8,218
11,016

15,651
60,877
33,666

512,696
9,292
51,111

27,611
7,647
4,360

92,345
206,896
116,943

15,935
4,697
9,929

120,778
117,665
60,737

52,546
30,206
94,730


65 and
over

2,041
1,630
3,599

3,530
42,851
31,490

127,816
2,855
32,145

6,785
2,078
903

59,154
103,031
18,920

7,534
849
2,544

68,320
64,252
34,717

13,370
6,108
19,327


0-24

4,699
5,669
8,574

14,623
35,409
20,440

341,065
5,856
29,758

17,207
4,910
2,726

53,641
118,535
108,786

10,287
2,718
7,416

70,413
75,924
32,346

23,306
20,309
68,611


2005

25-64

8,961
9,104
11,413

16,992
71,294
37,501

548,056
9,732
57,056

29,625
8,244
4,825

104,395
232,910
128,557

17,698
5,157
10,490

134,637
131,978
68,047

55,927
33,339
102,536


65 and
over

2,143
1,829
3,711

3,884
48,195
34,459

139,579
3,014
34,785

7,067
2,248
1,047

66,264
111,750
20,455

8,511
924
2,593

71,855
72,398
37,609

13,666
6,959
21,550


0-24

4,761
5,874
8,602

15,633
37,743
21,186

352,306
5,824
31,056

17,567
4,945
2,860

56,485
124,460
114,146

10,723
2,911
7,659

73,336
80,030
33,952

23,880
21,348
72,392


2010

25-64

9,241
9,873
11,681

18,277
80,688
41,109

582,267
10,068
62,550

31,241
8,715
5,271

115,534
256,369
139,380

19,355
5,610
11,119

146,801
145,461
74,622

58,969
36,192
111,315


65 and
over

2,297
2,153
3,919

4,393
55,566
37,804

157,231
3,203
38,393

7,795
2,540
1,169

75,081
125,273
23,673

9,720
1,083
2,724

78,360
82,608
41,926

14,853
8,260
24,098


Continued .










Table 1.41. AGE PROJECTIONS:


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


County

SOkeechobee
Orange
Osceola

Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas

Polk
Putnam
St. Johns

c St. Lucie
w Santa Rosa
B Sarasota

I Seminole
0 Sumter
SSuwannee
0
B Taylor
SUnion
Volusia

SWakulla
w Walton
e Washington


0-24

12,515
299,685
54,558

289,599
79,252
228,162

148,839
23,764
32,772

56,012
37,325
67,903

117,889
13,329
11,044

6,778
4,140
123,421

7,233
10,952
7,079


2000

25-64

17,131
454,710
84,217

526,911
147,147
456,755

232,449
35,610
60,720

95,226
60,781
152,312

205,387
22,467
16,589

9,720
8,591
216,363

11,545
19,212
10,267


65 and
over

7,198
92,302
21,826

247,786
105,703
220,382

100,113
14,726
19,706

42,863
12,301
105,489

37,625
10,206
6,267

2,905
1,265
97,622

2,476
7,435
3,556


0-24

13,416
328,677
61,991

313,618
84,198
233,377

155,688
24,590
35,583

60,440
40,573
70,700

127,041
14,292
11,555

6,799
4,208
131,914

7,874
11,622
7,435


2005

25-64

18,579
502,806
98,731

585,023
163,767
481,416

251,562
38,577
69,406

108,797
67,875
167,043

229,759
24,889
18,317

9,901
9,286
238,368

13,103
21,183
10,941


65 and
over

8,051
102,716
25,580

265,460
110,833
219,508

108,752
15,630
22,315

47,663
14,954
111,859

42,799
11,620
7,027

3,100
1,505
103,519

2,876
8,595
3,721


Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida Population
Studies, July 1997, Volume 30, No. 3. Bulletin No. 118.


0-24

14,078
350,007
68,309

329,346
87,003
233,085

159,894
25,022
37,713

63,550
43,137
71,573

133,767
14,981
12,021

6,736
4,273
137,080

8,494
12,166
7,751


2010

25-64

19,930
552,131
112,555

638,139
177,948
501,560

269,580
41,254
77,173

121,555
74,762
179,165

252,611
27,056
19,949

10,174
9,971
258,524

14,578
22,962
11,509


65 and
over

9,138
118,259
30,937

294,712
119,953
228,154

120,328
17,024
26,314

54,295
18,299
122,063

51,521
13,465
8,031

3,292
1,857
113,797

3,481
9,973
4,040








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


0























-4



a
0
I





p
0,






pT


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


2005

65-74 75-84

1,487,179 1,159,553


2010

65-74 75-84

1,752,277 1,147,670


65-74

1,437,190

10,315
1,182
11,661

1,841
48,728
123,580

945
24,706
20,948

7,766
28,791
4,343

150,302
3,063
1,640

45,038
20,579
8,067

1,327
2,788
1,091
1,070


75-84

1,072,712

7,077
615
6,801

1,288
33,120
111,243

703
17,644
14,607

4,559
19,753
2,718

101,261
2,104
870

31,009
13,977
4,703

774
1,889
615
735


85 and
over

326,527

2,328
195
1,792

400
7,746
40,570

268
4,372
3,711

1,631
4,694
740

37,992
527
206

9,373
4,160
1,032

243
706
147
159


Continued .


85 and
over

394,539

2,737
237
2,235

489
10,310
45,834

297
5,593
4,986

2,145
6,472
943

40,998
670
281

11,289
5,077
1,709

313
843
198
213


7,728
721
7,797

1,438
37,323
111,231

766
19,514
16,581

5,557
23,546
3,074

108,087
2,332
1,123

33,550
15,089
6,176

909
1,969
703
815


7,571
818
8,194

1,419
37,875
106,000

752
19,566
16,714

6,358
25,034
3,213

106,469
2,329
1,269

32,530
14,721
6,859

1,026
1,950
772
801


12,159
1,407
14,325

2,157
58,944
149,866

1,170
30,898
25,980

12,343
38,503
5,687

171,614
3,544
2,097

51,762
23,035
11,067

1,978
3,494
1,421
1,264


10,364
1,258
12,450

1,849
50,722
125,994

1,015
25,899
21,905

9,439
31,461
4,726

153,242
3,092
1,779

45,038
20,768
9,028

1,536
2,968
1,179
1,083


__


85 and
over

466,835

3,259
281
2,772

615
13,249
49,968

351
6,858
6,310

2,845
8,542
1,200

45,252
825
381

13,446
6,176
2,596

363
957
252
274










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)


a
























I
a















r
o
K*


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


65-74

1,126
925
1,845

1,948
23,683
15,863

67,057
1,523
16,551

3,439
1,095
512

30,698
54,836
10,360

3,973
514
1,264

32,492
34,447
17,379

7,571
3,626
11,350


2000

75-84

701
517
1,358

1,208
15,695
12,582

46,399
990
12,618

2,362
755
314

22,734
38,593
6,765

2,898
257
921

26,918
24,302
13,666

4,807
1,915
6,370


85 and
over

214
188
396

374
3,473
3,045

14,360
342
2,976

984
228
77

5,722
9,602
1,795

663
78
359

8,910
5,503
3,672

992
567
1,607


65-74

1,163
1,016
1,749

2,072
25,158
16,205

70,566
1,584
16,782

3,604
1,166
585

32,545
57,013
10,989

4,164
534
1,255

32,893
36,191
17,822

7,530
4,001
12,007


2005

75-84

736
598
1,481

1,363
18,079
14,190

51,146
1,051
14,029

2,375
824
356

26,429
42,567
7,296

3,394
295
945

28,288
28,541
15,004

4,941
2,252
7,381


Continued . .


85 and
over

244
215
481

449
4,958
4,064

17,867
379
3,974

1,088
258
106

7,290
12,170
2,170

953
95
393

10,674
7,666
4,783

1,195
706
2,162


65-74

1,285
1,249
2,013

2,466
30,680
18,600

84,256
1,748
19,469

4,270
1,405
633

38,553
68,139
13,711

4,961
634
1,397

38,700
43,259
21,110

8,796
4,965
13,211


2010

75-84

732
665
1,322

1,374
18,344
14,012

51,232
1,023
13,898

2,357
838
398

27,195
42,321
7,446

3,489
346
902

27,272
29,188
14,890

4,669
2,442
8,026


85 and
over

280
239
584

553
6,542
5,192

21,743
432
5,026

1,168
297
138

9,333
14,813
2,516

1,270
103
425

12,388
10,161
5,926

1,388
853
2,861







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)


2000 2005 2010
85 and 85 and 85 and 3
County 65-74 75-84 over 65-74 75-84 over 65-74 75-84 over

I Okeechobee 4,017 2,573 608 4,135 3,084 832 4,870 3,165 1,103
Orange 50,295 32,996 9,011 53,897 37,555 11,264 65,310 38,908 14,041
Osceola 11,546 7,772 2,508 13,223 9,022 3,335 16,909 9,863 4,165

Palm Beach 117,190 100,121 30,475 122,205 106,015 37,240 147,029 104,246 43,437
Pasco 49,778 44,364 11,561 50,154 45,908 14,771 58,880 43,718 17,355
Pinellas 101,026 87,067 32,289 98,644 85,751 35,113 111,654 -78,787 37,713

Polk 51,623 37,142 11,348 52,567 41,696 14,489 61,026 41,280 18,022
Putnam 8,186 5,179 1,361 8,127 5,783 1,720 9,223 5,663 2,138
St. Johns 10,440 7,343 1,923 11,045 8,698 2,572 14,127 8,834 3,353

() St. Lucie 23,194 16,222 3,447 24,445 18,453 4,765 29,383 18,753 6,159
w Santa Rosa 7,467 3,838 996 8,749 4,927 1,278 10,861 5,682 1,756
C Sarasota 50,221 42,131 13,137 51,345 44,617 15,897 60,311 43,114 18,638

a Seminole 20,731 12,891 4,003 23,333 14,523 4,943 30,101 15,367 6,053
0 Sumter 5,614 3,674 918 6,065 4,291 1,264 7,287 4,500 1,678
Suwannee 3,231 2,240 796 3,468 2,619 940 4,128 2,750 1,153

1 Taylor 1,648 1,006 251 1,665 1,139 296 1,756 1,187 349
Union 717 423 125 815 511 179 1,017 593 247
Volusia 49,110 37,287 11,225 50,215 39,698 13,606 59,058 38,620 16,119
P
Wakulla 1,369 864 243 1,518 1,054 304 1,954 1,127 400
SWalton 4,204 2,534 697 4,434 3,221 940 5,159 3,538 1,276
C Washington 1,735 1,335 486 1,741 1,398 582 2,009 1,354 677





Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, unpublished data.
0 Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, unpublished data. '0










Table 1.43. RACE PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1996, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, BY RACE
SIN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA

0 (rounded to thousands)


0

r County

Florida

Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford

Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte

0 Citrus
SClay
0 Collier
0 Columbia

SDade
SDe Soto
Dixie
Duval

SEscambia
Flagler
SFranklin

0 Gadsden
* Gilchrist
I Glades

p ,,.


Projections
Estimates, 1996 2000 2005 2010
Total White Black Total White Black Total White Black Total White Black

14,164 12,163 2,001 15,142 12,990 2,152 16,305 13,981 2,325 17,446 14,953 2,493

196 158 38 208 167 41 221 178 44 235 188 47
21 18 3 22 19 3 24 21 3 25 22 3
138 123 15 147 131 16 158 141 17 168 151 18
25 20 5 26 21 5 27 22 5 28 23 5

442 407 35 477 440 38 520 480 41 562 519 43
1,364 1,120 243 1,443 1,169 274 1,538 1,227 311 1,630 1,283 347
12 10 2 13 11 2 14 11 2 14 12 2
128 123 5 143 137 6 161 154 7 179 170 8

107 105 2 118 115 3 131 128 3 144 141 3
123 116 7 135 128 8 151 142 9 167 157 10
192 183 9 218 208 10 249 238 11 280 268 12
52 42 10 57 46 10 62 51 11 68 56 12

2,004 1,556 449 2,088 1,602 486 2,188 1,659 530 2,285 1,713 572
26 22 5 30 24 6 32 26 6 34 28 6
13 11 1 14 13 1 15 14 1 17 16 2
709 532 178 742 556 186 780 585 196 818 613 205

277 219 58 293 231 62 305 240 65 317 249 68
39 36 3 46 42 4 55 50 4 63 59 5
10 9 1 11 10 1 12 11 1 13 11 1

46 19 27 48 20 28 49 21 29 51 22 30
12 11 1 14 13 1 15 14 1 17 16 1
9 8 1 9 8 1 10 9 1 11 9 2


Continued . .








0 Table 1.43. RACE PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1996, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, BY RACE
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)

S(rounded to thousands)
0

Projections
Estimates, 1996 2000 2005 2010
- County Total White Black Total White Black Total White Black Total White Black


11 3
8 5
20 2
25 5


15 11
15 9
23 21
32 27


16 12 4
16 10 6
23 21 2
35 30 5


16 13
18 11
24 22
37 32


119 115 4
77 70 7
894 772 122
17 16 1


135 130 5 154 149 5 173 167 6
84 77 7 91 84 7 99 92 7
945 815 129 1,006 868 138 1,066 919 147
18 16 1 18 17 1 19 17 1


4 Indian River
w Jackson
B Jefferson
4
3 Lafayette

0 Lake
Lee
Leon
0 Levy
0
SLiberty
Madison
Manatee
w Marion

Martin
Monroe
Nassau
g Okaloosa


94 7
34 14
8 6
6 1


181 166 15
380 356 25
217 162 55
30 27 3

7 6 1
19 11 8
235 217 18
227 200 27

113 107 7
83 78 4
51 46 5
160 144 16


110 103 7
51 36 14
14 9 6
8 6 1

200 184 15
416 390 26
233 175 58
33 30 3

8 7 1
19 12 8
253 234 19
250 221 29

124 117 7
87 82 4
55 50 5
171 154 17


121 114 7
53 38 15
15 9 6
9 7 1


131 124 7
56 40 16
16 10 6
9 8 1


223 207 16 245 229 16
459 430 28 501 471 30
251 189 62 270 203 67
36 33 3 39 36 3

9 7 1 10 8 1
20 12 8 21 13 8
274 254 20 295 274 21
277 246 31 304 272 33

137 129 7 149 141 8
92 87 5 97 92 5
60 56 5 65 61 5
185 166 19 199 178 21


Continued . .


Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry


Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes









: Table 1.43. RACE PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1996, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, BY RACE
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)

(rounded to thousands)


SProjections
Estimates, 1996 2000 2005 2010
SCounty Total White Black Total White Black Total White Black Total White Black

Okeechobee 33 31 2 36 34 3 39 37 3 43 40 3
Orange 756 634 123 822 687 135 905 754 151 986 819 167
Osceola 137 129 8 157 148 9 182 172 10 207 195 12
Palm Beach 969 847 122 1,049 919 130 1,146 1,005 141 1,241 1,090 151

Pasco 307 301 6 329 322 7 355 348 7 381 373 8
Pinellas 868 797 70 890 817 74 918 840 77 944 863 81
Polk 448 390 58 476 416 60 510 447 63 542 477 66
Putnam 70 57 12 73 61 13 78 65 13 82 69 14

4 St. Johns 101 94 7 112 105 7 126 119 7 140 133 7
w St. Lucie 174 146 27 192 163 29 214 183 31 236 203 33
0 Santa Rosa 96 92 4 108 103 5 120 115 6 133 127 6
SSarasota 304 291 13 323 310 13 347 333 14 370 355 14

0 Seminole 322 295 27 353 324 29 391 359 32 428 393 35
Sumter 40 33 7 46 37 8 50 42 9 55 46 9
Suwannee 31 27 4 34 29 4 37 32 4 40 35 4

Taylor 19 15 3 19 16 4 20 16 3 20 17 3
Union 13 10 3 14 11 3 15 12 3 16 13 3
p Volusia 403 368 35 432 396 37 468 430 38 503 463 40

SWakulla 18 16 2 21 18 3 24 21 3 26 23 3
0 Walton 34 31 2 37 34 3 41 38 3 44 42 3
SWashington 19 16 3 20 17 3 21 18 4 23 19 4


I

p Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida Population
8 Studies, July 1997, Volume 30, No. 3. Bulletin No. 118.









1.00 Pooulation


florida Statiatfral Aharacnt 1997


Table 1.65. METROPOLITAN AREAS: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND
ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1996, IN THE STATE AND
METROPOLITAN AREAS OF FLORIDA

Percentage
change
Census Estimates 1980- 1990-
Metropolitan area 1980 1990 1996 1990 1996

Florida 9,746,961 12,938,071 14,411,563 32.7 11.4
Metropolitan areas, total 9,038,653 12,023,514 13,354,273 33.0 11.1
Daytona Beach 269,675 399,438 446,251 48.1 11.7
Flagler County 10,913 28,701 39,052 163.0 36.1
Volusia County 258,762 370,737 407,199 43.3 9.8
Ft. Lauderdale 1,018,257 1,255,531 1,392,252 23.3 10.9
Ft. Myers-Cape Coral 205,266 335,113 383,706 63.3 14.5
Ft. Pierce-Port St. Lucie 151,196 251,071 289,922 66.1 15.5
Martin County 64,014 100,900 114,464 57.6 13.4
St. Lucie County 87,182 150,171 175,458 72.3 16.8
Ft. Walton Beach 109,920 143,777 165,319 30.8 15.0
Gainesville 151,369 181,596 202,140 20.0 11.3
Jacksonville 722,252 906,727 1,006,694 25.5 11.0
Clay County 67,052 105,986 125,431 58.1 18.3
Duval County 571,003 672,971 728,437 17.9 8.2
Nassau County 32,894 43,941 51,097 33.6 16.3
St. Johns County 51,303 83,829 101,729 63.4 21.4
Lakeland-Winter Haven 321,652 405,382 452,707 26.0 11.7
Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay 272,959 398,978 450,164 46.2 12.8
Miami 1,625,509 1,937,194 2,043,316 19.2 5.5
Naples 85,971 152,099 193,036 76.9 26.9
Ocala 122,488 194,835 229,260 59.1 17.7
Orlando 804,774 1,224,844 1,428,620 52.2 16.6
Lake County 104,870 152,104 182,309 45.0 19.9
Orange County 470,865 677,491 777,556 43.9 14.8
Osceola County 49,287 107,728 139,724 118.6 29.7
Seminole County 179,752 287,521 329,031 60.0 14.4
Panama City 97,740 126,994 142,159 29.9 11.9
Pensacola 289,782 344,406 384,792 18.9 11.7
Escambia County 233,794 262,798 286,301 12.4 8.9
Santa Rosa County 55,988 81,608 98,491 45.8 20.7
Punta Gorda 58,460 110,975 129,468 89.8 16.7
Sarasota-Bradenton 350,696 489,483 542,626 39.6 10.9
Manatee County 148,445 211,707 236,778 42.6 11.8
Sarasota County 202,251 277,776 305,848 37.3 10.1
Tallahassee 190,329 233,609 267,943 22.7 14.7
Gadsden County 41,674 41,116 46,322 -1.3 12.7
Leon County 148,655 192,493 221,621 29.5 15.1
Tampa-St. Petersburg-
Clearwater 1,613,600 2,067,959 2,222,105 28.2 7.5
Hernando County 44,469 101,115 119,931 127.4 18.6
Hillsborough County 646,939 834,054 910,855 28.9 9.2
Pasco County 193,661 281,131 309,936 45.2 10.2
Pinellas County 728,531 851,659 881,383 16.9 3.5
West Palm Beach-Boca Raton 576,758 863,503 981,793 49.7 13.7

Note: Data are for Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) and for Primary Metro-
politan Statistical Areas (PMSAs) based on 1992 MSA designations. See Glossary for
definitions and map at the front of the book for area boundaries. 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, Popula-
tion Program, Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1996. Census data from U.S.
Bureau of the Census.

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Floridar Statistical Abstract 1997


Table 1.66. PLANNING DISTRICTS: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1996, IN THE STATE, COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING
DISTRICTS, AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA


Per-
cent-
age
change
Esti- 1990
Census mates to
1990 1996 1996


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


14,411,563

763,761
142,159
286,301
17,412
165,319
98,491
34,328
19,751
392,173
12,504
10,378
46,322
13,545
48,629
13,713
221,621
7,439
18,022
407,097
202,140
24,983
52,565
12,602
12,150
13,431
7,012
18,745
31,424
19,022
13,023
1,136,742
20,709
125,431
728,437
39,052
51,097
70,287
101,729


Per-
cent-
age
change
Esti- 1990
Census mates to
1990 1996 1996

146,952 528,363 18.2
93,513 107,889 15.4
101,115 119,931 18.6
25,912 30,690 18.4
94,835 229,260 17.7
31,577 40,593 28.6
994,559 2,285,983 14.6
98,978 450,164 12.8
52,104 182,309 19.9
677,491 777,556 14.8
07,728 139,724 29.7
87,521 329,031 14.4
70,737 407,199 9.8
546,805 613,581 12.2
23,865 26,716 11.9
19,499 22,519 15.5
68,432 77,996 14.0
29,627 33,643 13.6
105,382 452,707 11.7
78,551 2,338,952 7.4
34,054 910,855 9.2
11,707 236,778 11.8
81,131 309,936 10.2
51,659 881,383 3.5
09,327 1,051,628 15.6
10,975 129,468 16.7
52,099 193,036 26.9
7,591 9,413 24.0
25,773 30,157 17.0
35,113 383,706 14.5
77,776 305,848 10.1
04,782 1,373,926 14.0
90,208 102,211 13.3
00,900 114,464 13.4
63,503 981,793 13.7
.50,171 175,458 16.8
70,749 3,519,357 7.6
55,531 1,392,252 10.9
37,194 2,043,316 5.5
78.024 83,789 7.4


Note: Data are for planning district boundaries as defined in May 1984. See map.
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, 1996. Census data from
U.S. Bureau of the Census.


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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
Manon
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


-D


District 10 Treasure Coast
Indian River
Martin
Palm Beach
St. Lucie
District 11 South Florida
Broward
Dade
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Table 1.67. HEALTH DISTRICTS: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1996, IN THE STATE, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
DISTRICTS, AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA


District
and county

District 6 1,1
Hillsborough


District
and county

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


Census
1990

12,938,071
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


Per-
cent-
age
change
Esti- 1990
mates to
1996 1996


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, Popula-
tion Program, Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1996. Census data from U.S.
Bureau of the Census.


Bureau of Economic and Business Research


Esti-
Census mates
1990 1996

045,761 1,147,633
834,054 910,855
211,707 236,778
471,718 1,696,475
398,978 450,164
677,491 777,556
107,728 139,724
287,521 329,031
933,192 1,078,344
110,975 129,468
152,099 193,036
23,865 26,716
7,591 9,413
25,773 30,157
335,113 383,706
277,776 305,848
863,503 981,793
863,503 981,793
255,531 1,392,252
255,531 1,392,252
015,218 2,127,105
937,194 2,043,316
78,024 83,789
399,438 446,251
28,701 39,052
370,737 407,199
573,144 679,982
93,513 107,889
101,115 119,931
152,104 182,309
194,835 229,260
31,577 40,593
193,313 553,222
19,499 22,519
68,432 77,996
105,382 452,707
370,906 425,776
90,208 102,211
100,900 114,464
29,627 33,643
150,171 175,458


14,411,563
584,439
286,301
165,319
98,491
34,328
609,262
142,159
12,504
10,378
46,322
13,545
17,412
48,629
13,713
221,621
7,439
18,745
19,022
18,022
19,751
470,307
202,140
24,983
52,565
12,602
12,150
13,431
7,012
30,690
70,287
31,424
13,023
1,027,403
20,709
125,431
728,437
51,097
101,729
1,191,319
309,936
881,383


11.4
68.3
8.9
15.0
20.7
23.7
237.5
11.9
13.6
15.7
12.7
17.7
10.4
17.5
21.4
15.1
33.6
13.1
11.2
26.9
16.7
209.8
11.3
11.0
23.4
19.1
25.7
22.9
25.7
18.4
8.0
17.3
27.0
76.2
12.0
18.3
8.2
16.3
21.4
13.7
10.2
3.5


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


1,

















1,:
1,:
2,
1,


Per-
cent-
age
change
1990
to
1996

21.0
9.2
11.8
71.7
12.8
14.8
29.7
14.4
121.1
16.7
26.9
11.9
24.0
17.0
14.5
10.1
13.7
13.7
10.9
10.9
12.9
5.5
7.4
45.9
36.1
9.8
100.2
15.4
18.6
19.9
17.7
28.6
41.2
15.5
14.0
11.7
57.1
13.3
13.4
13.6
16.8


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Florida Stattitcal Abstract 1997


Table 1.69. POPULOUS CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1996, IN THE 1996 MOST POPULOUS CITIES OF FLORIDA


Per-
centage
Total population change
Census Estimates Rank 1990 to
City 1980 1990 1996 1980 1990 1996 1996

Jacksonville (Duval) 540,920 635,230 686,172 1 1 1 8.0
Miami 346,865 358,648 365,127 2 2 2 1.8
Tampa 271,577 280,015 289,337 3 3 3 3.3
St. Petersburg 238,647 240,318 241,276 4 4 4 0.4

Hialeah 145,254 188,008 206,500 6 5 5 9.8
Orlando 128,291 164,674 173,122 7 6 6 5.1
Ft. Lauderdale 153,279 149,238 150,150 5 7 7 0.6
Tallahassee 81,548 124,773 138,863 11 8 8 11.3

Hollywood 121,323 121,720 125,689 8 9 9 3.3
Clearwater 85,170 98,784 101,867 10 10 10 3.1
Coral Springs 37,349 78,864 98,553 27 13 11 25.0
Gainesville 81,371 85,075 97,693 12 12 12 14.8

Pembroke Pines 35,776 65,566 94,354 34 21 13 43.9
Miami Beach 96,298 92,639 91,848 9 11 14 -0.9
Cape Coral 32,103 74,991 87,632 41 14 15 16.9
West Palm Beach 63,305 67,764 78,370 13 17 16 15.7

Plantation 48,501 66,814 76,223 20 18 17 14.1
Lakeland 47,406 70,576 75,422 21 16 18 6.9
Port St. Lucie 14,690 55,761 74,894 72 27 19 34.3
Sunrise 39,681 65,683 74,766 25 20 20 13.8

Palm Bay 18,560 62,543 74,395 61 22 21 19.0
Pompano Beach 52,618 72,411 74,271 17 15 22 2.6
Largo 57,958 65,910 67,798 14 19 23 2.9
Boca Raton 49,447 61,486 67,754 18 24 24 10.2

Melbourne 46,536 60,034 66,970 22 25 25 11.6
Daytona Beach 54,176 61,991 63,796 16 23 26 2.9
Pensacola 57,619 59,198 60,658 15 26 27 2.5
Davie 20,515 47,143 59,393 58 32 28 26.0

Deltona 1/ (X) (X) 56,148 (X) (X) 29 (X)
Delray Beach 34,329 47,184 52,039 36 31 30 10.3
Sarasota 48,868 50,897 51,311 19 28 31 0.8
Boynton Beach 35,624 46,284 50,940 35 34 32 10.1

North Miami 42,566 50,001 50,757 24 29 33 1.5
Tamarac 29,376 44,822 50,051 45 36 34 11.7
Lauderhill 37,271 49,015 50,020 28 30 35 2.1

(X) Not applicable.
1/ Not incorporated in 1990.
Note: Data are for the 35 most populous cities in the state. Changes in city
populations include the effects of annexations. 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, Popula-
tion Program, Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1996. Census data from U.S.
Bureau of the Census.

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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, 1996


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.

University of Florida


Popula-
Total population tion
Census Estimates change
April 1 April 1 1990 to
1990 1996 1996

12,938,071 14,411,563 1,473,492

181,596 202,140 20,544
18,486 20,709 2,223
126,994 142,159 15,165

22,515 24,983 2,468
398,978 450,164 51,186
1,255,531 1,392,252 136,721

11,011 12,504 1,493
110,975 129,468 18,493
93,513 107,889 14,376

105,986 125,431 19,445
152,099 193,036 40,937
42,613 52,565 9,952

1,937,194 2,043,316 106,122
23,865 26,716 2,851
10,585 12,602 2,017

672,971 728,437 55,466
262,798 286,301 23,503
28,701 39,052 10,351

8,967 10,378 1,411
41,116 46,322 5,206
9,667 12,150 2,483

7,591 9,413 1,822
11,504 13,545 2,041
10,930 13,431 2,501

19,499 22,519 3,020
25,773 30,157 4,384
101,115 119,931 18,816

68,432 77,996 9,564
834,054 910,855 76,801
15,778 17,412 1,634

90,208 102,211 12,003
41,375 48,629 7,254
11,296 13,713 2,417

5,578 7,012 1,434
152,104 182,309 30,205
335,113 383,706 48,593


Continued . .

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Components of change 1/
Natural
increase Net migration
Per- Per-
Number centage Number centage

305,475 20.7 1,168,017 79.3

8,096 39.4 12,448 60.6
870 39.1 1,353 60.9
5,543 36.6 9,622 63.4

440 17.8 2,028 82.2
8,713 17.0 42,473 83.0
23,088 16.9 113,633 83.1

18 1.2 1,475 98.8
-4,424 0.0 22,917 100.0
-3,715 0.0 18,091 100.0

5,004 25.7 14,441 74.3
4,958 12.1 35,979 87.9
1,436 14.4 8,516 85.6

88,251 83.2 17,871 16.8
685 24.0 2,166 76.0
216 10.7 1,801 89.3

38,012 68.5 17,454 31.5
11,040 47.0 12,463 53.0
-488 0.0 10,839 100.0

-44 0.0 1,455 100.0
2,011 38.6 3,195 61.4
142 5.7 2,341 94.3

-2 0.0 1,824 100.0
58 2.8 1,983 97.2
307 12.3 2,194 87.7

1,451 48.0 1,569 52.0
2,193 50.0 2,191 50.0
-3,415 0.0 22,231 100.0

-1,658 0.0 11,222 100.0
38,159 49.7 38,642 50.3
72 4.4 1,562 95.6

-949 0.0 12,952 100.0
477 6.6 6,777 93.4
262 10.8 2,155 89.2

138 9.6 1,296 90.4
-1,372 0.0 31,577 100.0
1,651 3.4 46,942 96.6









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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, 1996 (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 1996 1996 Number centage Number centage

Leon 192,493 221,621 29,128 9,423 32.4 19,705 67.6
Levy 25,912 30,690 4,778 72 1.5 4,706 98.5
Liberty 5,569 7,439 1,870 152 8.1 1,718 91.9

Madison 16,569 18,745 2,176 333 15.3 1,843 84.7
Manatee 211,707 236,778 25,071 -720 0.0 25,791 100.0
Marion 194,835 229,260 34,425 1,061 3.1 33,364 96.9

Martin 100,900 114,464 13,564 -660 0.0 14,224 100.0
Monroe 78,024 83,789 5,765 1,564 27.1 4,201 72.9
Nassau 43,941 51,097 7,156 1,904 26.6 5,252 73.4

Okaloosa 143,777 165,319 21,542 8,624 40.0 12,918 60.0
Okeechobee 29,627 33,643 4,016 1,378 34.3 2,638 65.7
Orange 677,491 777,556 100,065 40,374 40.3 59,691 59.7

Osceola 107,728 139,724 31,996 5,564 17.4 26,432 82.6
Palm Beach 863,503 981,793 118,290 9,728 8.2 108,562 91.8
Pasco 281,131 309,936 28,805 -8,381 0.0 37,186 100.0

Pinellas 851,659 881,383 29,724 -15,853 0.0 45,577 100.0
Polk 405,382 452,707 47,325 10,799 22.8 36,526 77.2
Putnam 65,070 70,287 5,217 1,036 19.9 4,181 80.1

St. Johns 83,829 101,729 17,900 1,517 8.5 16,383 91.5
St. Lucie 150,171 175,458 25,287 3,222 12.7 22,065 87.3
Santa Rosa 81,608 98,491 16,883 4,211 24.9 12,672 75.1

Sarasota 277,776 305,848 28,072 -9,672 0.0 37,744 100.0
Seminole 287,521 329,031 41,510 13,969 33.7 27,541 66.3
Sumter 31,577 40,593 9,016 -41 0.0 9,057 100.0

Suwannee 26,780 31,424 4,644 -58 0.0 4,702 100.0
Taylor 17,111 19,022 1,911 341 17.8 1,570 82.2
Union 10,252 13,023 2,771 18 0.6 2,753 99.4

Volusia 370,737 407,199 36,462 -2,491 0.0 38,953 100.0
Wakulla 14,202 18,022 3,820 397 10.4 3,423 89.6
Walton 27,759 34,328 6,569 286 4.4 6,283 95.6
Washington 16,919 19,751 2,832 154 5.4 2,678 94.6


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
population 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 counties as a result of Hurricane Andrew in August 1992.
Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Popula-
tion Program, Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1996. Census data from U.S.
Bureau of the Census.

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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


Aged 65
and over
Per-
cent-


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


Note: Based on U.S. Bureau of the Censu

Source: University of Florida, Bureau o
lished data.

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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

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STable 1.74. MIGRATION: MIGRATION FLOWS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1991 THROUGH 1994


Net migration In-migration Out-migration
0 County 1991 1992 1993 1994 1991 1992 1993 1994 1991 1992 1993 1994

SFlorida 1/ 99,683 94,230 108,462 101,017 436,574 428,329 429,374 437,102 336,891 334,099 320,912 336,085

SAlachua 1,239 276 556 888 11,865 11,320 11,176 12,178 10,626 11,044 10,620 11,290
Baker 142 211 54 112 977 1,037 936 951 835 826 882 839
Bay 2,136 2,073 1,179 1,450 10,967 11,470 9,384 10,488 8,831 9,397 8,205 9,038

Bradford 28 130 -78 60 1,169 1,163 1,123 1,139 1,141 1,033 1,201 1,079
Brevard 6,884 7,343 4,595 5,020 25,807 26,557 23,749 25,097 18,923 19,214 19,154 20,077
Broward 11,825 22,377 16,337 13,343 67,150 76,319 75,028 75,477 55,325 53,942 58,691 62,134

Calhoun 101 52 147 40 582 516 584 489 481 464 437 449
Charlotte 3,050 3,210 3,214 3,533 8,944 8,887 8,985 9,670 5,894 5,677 5,771 6,137
Citrus 2,907 2,515 2,775 3,390 7,275 7,879 7,004 7,630 4,368 5,364 4,229 4,240

01 Clay 2,314 1,643 1,841 2,607 12,285 12,082 11,895 13,089 9,971 10,439 10,054 10,482
t Collier 2,937 3,707 4,043 3,435 13,299 13,512 13,827 13,900 10,362 9,805 9,784 10,465
C Columbia 272 515 879 791 2,620 2,798 2,945 3,149 2,348 2,283 2,066 2,358

SDade -9,036 -36,814 -15,360 -21,363 49,396 46,199 46,606 44,799 58,432 83,013 61,966 66,162
O De Soto -43 -58 43 -96 1,759 1,747 1,752 1,580 1,802 1,805 1,709 1,676
SDixie 163 162 271 290 725 717 751 766 562 555 480 476
0
B Duval 2,961 1,797 -2,063 126 44,745 44,966 38,968 41,658 41,784 43,169 41,031 41,532
Escambia 131 -441 -863 -501 19,073 18,757 16,059 17,699 18,942 19,198 16, 922 18,200
Flagler 1,584 1,619 1,619 2,184 3,109 3,145 3,208 3,716 1,525 1,526 1,589 1,532

Franklin 71 124 70 83 499 503 470 500 428 379 400 417
Gadsden -81 145 -76 131 1,921 2,165 2,064 2,093 2,002 2,020 2,140 1,962
Gilchrist 238 333 255 292 783 893 850 936 545 560 595 644

Glades -49 -106 134 -56 512 513 697 554 561 619 563 610
Gulf 95 323 54 228 621 888 683 813 526 565 629 585
SHamilton 83 39 11 175 554 572 602 618 471 533 591 443


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0 Table 1.74. MIGRATION: MIGRATION FLOWS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1991 THROUGH 1994 (Continued)


Net migration In-migration Out-migration
0 County 1991 1992 1993 1994 1991 1992 1993 1994 1991 1992 1993 1994

SHardee -231 -244 -316 -429 1,675 1,597 1,491 1,376 1,906 1,841 1,807 1,805
O Hendry 47 77 24 -497 2,828 3,006 2,783 2,460 2,781 2,929 2,759 2,957
6 Hernando 3,512 3,635 3,477 3,061 8,725 8,643 8,501 8,617 5,213 5,008 5,024 5,556

Highlands 1,019 1,666 1,347 1,390 5,127 5,482 5,196 5,215 4,108 3,816 3,849 3,825
Hillsborough 1,521 -218 -1,476 1,378 48,795 47,512 45,410 47,724 47,274 47,730 46,886 46,346
Holmes 289 159 203 353 1,038 1,019 1,028 1,085 749 860 825 732

Indian River 1,123 683 1,494 1,557 5,827 5,520 5,762 6,022 4,704 4,837 4,268 4,465
Jackson 555 253 5 275 2,342 2,149 2,000 2,158 1,787 1,896 1,995 1,883
Jefferson 75 17 93 45 675 655 667 648 600 638 574 603

Lafayette 60 -14 46 156 306 308 306 448 246 322 260 292
Lake 3,746 4,347 4,962 6,203 11,993 12,404 12,856 14,398 8,247 8,057 7,894 8,195
CO Lee 4,204 4,685 6,749 6,742 21,703 21,129 22,238 23,179 17,499 16,444 15,489 16,437
w
g Leon 1,888 2,028 1,220 971 12,207 13,153 12,698 13,198 10,319 11,125 11,478 12,227
SLevy 372 496 583 550 1,887 2,107 1,992 2,073 1,515 1,611 1,409 1,523
C Liberty 23 113 129 59 283 319 326 288 260 206 197 229
0
Madison -42 148 87 -5 671 711 720 665 713 563 633 670
Manatee 2,994 3,702 3,268 4,133 16,536 17,056 16,490 17,338 13,542 13,354 13,222 13,205
0 Marion 3,868 4,657 5,452 5,415 13,051 14,387 14,048 14,473 9,183 9,730 8,596 9,058
0
Martin 942 1,931 1,957 1,721 7,657 8,309 8,372 8,516 6,715 6,378 6,415 6,795
p Monroe 190 1,556 -509 -145 7,294 8,400 6,985 6,822 7,104 6,844 7,494 6,967
Nassau 946 943 697 724 3,712 3,638 3,599 3,596 2,766 2,695 2,902 2,872

0 Okaloosa 3,128 2,536 1,055 963 16,779 17,209 13,241 15,155 13,651 14,673 12,186 14,192
Okeechobee -130 231 -342 -142 2,339 2,532 2,291 2,228 2,469 2,301 2,633 2,370
SOrange 2,762 4,196 2,025 365 54,805 54,331 51,843 54,365 52,043 50,135 49,818 54,000




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0 County

Osceola
SPalm Beach
A Pasco

Pinellas
Polk
Putnam

St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa


Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
W
C Suwannee
Taylor
I Union

Volusia
Wakulla
0 Walton
SWashingt
0


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e 1.74. MIGRATION: MIGRATION FLOWS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1991 THROUGH 1994 (Continued)


Net migration In-migration
1991 1992 1993 1994 1991 1992 1993 1994


1,800 2,578
10,905 14,251
4,262 5,736


1,535 2,601
15,031 11,529
6,369 6,335


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


4,925 4,146 5,616 7,823 45,935 43,852 43,358
3,589 1,648 4,325 4,564 22,394 20,708 21,403
270 530 408 395 3,302 3,206 3,048

1,603 2,710 2,030 1,974 7,349 8,126 7,980
2,907 2,484 2,469 2,316 11,802 11,237 11,120
3,140 3,018 2,683 3,368 9,773 9,764 9,350

3,259 3,771 4,924 5,351 18,048 17,608 18,460
3,943 3,450 3,451 2,678 28,685 28,363 28,457
377 304 571 680 2,124 2,014 2,065


5,981 6,138 5,532
389 440 425
538 697 744
65 286 199


496
57
33

4,487
447
564
334


12,794
53,807
21,821

46,811
22,415
3,166

8,076
11,520
10,443

19,159
28,731
2,319


Out-migration
1991 1992 1993

9,455 9,097 9,682
38,513 36,488 38,031
15,669 14,554 14,495

41,010 39,706 37,742
18,805 19,060 17,078
3,032 2,676 2,640


1994

10,193
42,278
15,486

38,988
17,851
2,771


5,746 5,416 5,950 6,102
8,895 8,753 8,651 9,204
6,633 6,746 6,667 7,075


14,789 13,837 13,536
24,742 24,913 25,006
1,747 1,710 1,494


13,808
26,053
1,639


1,700 1,770 1,801 2,150 1,277 1,237 1,341 1,654
681 706 707 791 849 815 762 734
528 590 544 558 475 482 521 525


23,187
1,275
2,094
1,057


22,546
1,312
2,251
1,193


21,764
1,362
2,230
1,139


22,082
1,306
2,217
1,335


17,206
886
1,556
992


16,408
872
1,554
907


16,232
937
1,486
940


17,595
859
1,653
1,001


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 re-
turns for which the social security number matches from one year to the next are used. Data are affected by births,
deaths, marriages, 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.


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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, 1996


Estimates Density
Per- Land Persons
Rank centage area 1/ per Rank
in of (square square in
County Number state state miles) mile state

Florida 14,411,563 (X) 100.00 53,937.2 267 (X)

Alachua 202,140 19 1.40 874.3 231 20
Baker 20,709 51 0.14 585.3 35 49
Bay 142,159 24 0.99 763.7 186 26
Bradford 24,983 49 0.17 293.2 85 36

Brevard 450,164 9 3.12 1,018.5 442 11
Broward 1,392,252 2 9.66 1,208.9 1,152 2
Calhoun 12,504 62 0.09 567.4 22 61
Charlotte 129,468 26 0.90 693.7 187 25

Citrus 107,889 30 0.75 583.6 185 27
Clay 125,431 27 0.87 601.1 209 21
Collier 193,036 20 1.34 2,025.5 95 34
Columbia 52,565 37 0.36 797.2 66 42

Dade 2,043,316 1 14.18 1,944.5 1,051 4
De Soto 26,716 48 0.19 637.3 42 47
Dixie 12,602 61 0.09 704.1 18 64
Duval 728,437 7 5.05 773.9 941 5

Escambia 286,301 15 1.99 663.6 431 12
Flagler 39,052 42 0.27 485.0 81 38
Franklin 10,378 64 0.07 534.0 19 62
Gadsden 46,322 40 0.32 516.2 90 35

Gilchrist 12,150 63 0.08 348.9 35 51
Glades 9,413 65 0.07 773.5 12 66
Gulf 13,545 58 0.09 565.1 24 59
Hamilton 13,431 59 0.09 514.9 26 58

Hardee 22,519 50 0.16 637.4 35 50
Hendry 30,157 47 0.21 1,152.7 26 57
Hernando 119,931 28 0.83 478.3 251 18
Highlands 77,996 35 0.54 1,028.5 76 40

Hillsborough 910,855 4 6.32 1,051.0 867 6
Holmes 17,412 56 0.12 482.6 36 48
Indian River 102,211 31 0.71 503.3 203 23
Jackson 48,629 39 0.34 915.8 53 44

Jefferson 13,713 57 0.10 597.8 23 60
Lafayette 7,012 67 0.05 542.8 13 65
Lake 182,309 21 1.27 953.1 191 24
Lee 383,706 11 2.66 803.6 477 10





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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, 1996 (Continued)


Estimates

Rank
in
Number state

21,621 18
30,690 46
7,439 66
18,745 54

36,778 16
29,260 17
14,464 29
83,789 34

51,097 38
65,319 23
33,643 44
77,556 6

39,724 25
981,793 3
09,936 13
81,383 5

52,707 8
70,287 36
.01,729 32
75,458 22

98,491 33
05,848 14
29,031 12
40,593 41

31,424 45
19,022 53
13,023 60
07,199 10


18,022
34,328
19,751


Per-
centage
of
state

1.54
0.21
0.05
0.13

1.64
1.59
0.79
0.58

0.35
1.15
0.23
5.40

0.97
6.81
2.15
6.12

3.14
0.49
0.71
1.22

0.68
2.12
2.28
0.28


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


Density
Persons
per Rank
square in
mile state


106
497
416
3,146


County

Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison

Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe


1

2
2






1


1

3
8

4
3








3







4


(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 uninhab-
itable (swamps or marshes).
Note: Estimates reflect changes to Dade and Broward counties as a result of Hur-
ricane Andrew in August 1992.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Popula-
tion Program, Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1996. Census data from U.S.
Bureau of the Census.


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0.22 687.7
0.13 1,042.0
0.09 240.3
2.83 1,105.9

0.13 606.7
0.24 1,057.7
0.14 579.9


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


97
535
1,068
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Table 1.80. INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION: ESTIMATED NUMBER OF INMATES AND PATIENTS
IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES
OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1996


County or city

Florida
Incorporated
Unincorporated

Alachua
Gainesville
Unincorporated
Baker
Bay
Panama City
Unincorporated

Bradford
Brevard
Titusville
Unincorporated
Broward
Cooper City
Davie
Ft. Lauderdale
Pembroke Pines
Pompano Beach
Unincorporated

Calhoun
Charlotte
Punta Gorda
Unincorporated
Citrus

Collier
Columbia
Lake City
Unincorporated
Dade
Miami
North Miami
Opa-Locka
Unincorporated

De Soto
Dixie
Duval (Jacksonville)

Escambia
Pensacola
Unincorporated
Franklin
Gadsden
Chatahoochee
Gretna
Unincorporated


Total

85,067
14,467
70,600

1,938
1,458
480
1,805
985
212
773

3,841
1,469
57
1,412
1,517
6
13
121
444
79
854

1,198
1,221
30
1,191
70

98
1,832
469
1,363
7,774
2,976
219
24
4,555

1,641
994
566

2,202
198
2,004
236
2,617
1,498
740
379


See footnote at end of table.

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County or city

Gilchrist
Glades
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
Bristol
Unincorporated
Madison
Madison
Unincorporated
Manatee
Bradenton
Palmetto
Unincorporated

Marion
Ocala
Unincorporated
Martin
Stuart
Unincorporated
Monroe


Total

898
729
1,326

1,529
1,329
1,286

462
74
1,389
861
528

1,224
281
5,044
1,351
141
3,552

820
1,163
879

736
30
162
544
1,057
878
179
237

1,465
80
1,385
1,470
32
1,438
349
179
25
145

2,337
66
2,271
1,422
64
1,358
46


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Table 1.80. INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION: ESTIMATED NUMBER OF INMATES AND PATIENTS
IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES
OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1996 (Continued)


County or city

Nassau
Fernandina Beach
Unincorporated
Okaloosa
Okeechobee

Orange
Eatonville
Orlando
Winter Park
Unincorporated
Osceola
Palm Beach
Boca Raton
Lantana
West Palm Beach
Unincorporated

Pasco
Pinellas
Clearwater
Largo
Pinellas Park
St. Petersburg
Unincorporated
Polk
Bartow
Unincorporated
Putnam


Total

40
16
24
1,780
642

2,587
82
58
30
2,417
203
1,696
7
109
232
1,348

820
1,328
38
27
27
273
963
2,961
242
2,719
416


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
Ormond Beach
Unincorporated

Walton
De Funiak Springs
Unincorporated
Washington


Note: Inmates and patients residing in federal and state government-operated
institutions and considered nonresidents of the local area for revenue-sharing pur-
poses. 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, Popula-
tion Program, Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1996.


Total

167
83
84
245
61
184

24
6
18
203
6
69
128
3,397

1,104
3,894
20
3,874
1,712
56
6
1,650

1,165
40
1,125
1,127


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Table 1.83. PLANNING DISTRICTS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1996, AND PROJECTIONS
SPECIFIED YEARS APRIL 1, 2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE
AND COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING DISTRICTS OF FLORIDA


(in thousands, rounded to


District

Florida
Low
Medium
High
District 1
Low
Medium
High
District 2
Low
Medium
High
District 3
Low
Medium
High
District 4
Low
Medium
High
District 5
Low
Medium
High
District 6
Low
Medium
High
District 7
Low
Medium
High
District 8
Low
Medium
High
District 9
Low
Medium
High
District 10
Low
Medium
High
District 11
Low
Medium
High


Estimates
1996

14,411.6




763.8



392.2




407.1




1,136.7




528.4




2,286.0




613.6




2,339.0




1,051.6




1,373.9




3,519.4


2000


14,700.4
15,429.2
16,093.7

765.6
819.2
879.5

382.5
420.9
463.0

400.0
436.1
475.5

1,128.5
1,213.3
1,308.8

525.6
586.2
654.7

2,250.8
2,493.3
2,765.3

613.3
655.8
703.9

2,306.3
2,456.3
2,622.7

1,041.7
1,152.7
1,277.8

1,352.8
1,494.7
1,653.5

3,490.6
3,700.7
3,936.1


2005


15,391.1
16,643.0
17,834.6

767.7
877.7
1,005.5

376.7
451.4
534.9

397.2
468.0
548.3

1,132.5
1,306.2
1,507.7

616.0
655.0
794.5

2,274.0
2,748.7
3,300.3

616.4
704.2
806.1

2,289.0
2,598.7
2,951.5

1,054.5
1,273.5
1,529.1

1,363.3
1,640.6
1,961.9

3,477.8
3,919.1
4,426.3


hundreds)

Projections


2010


16,087.6
17,836.1
19,526.7

761.5
935.6
1,140.2

365.9
481.7
612.3

388.9
500.1
626.5

1,122.0
1,397.6
1,721.1

533.9
723.0
947.6

2,251.5
3,000.2
3,880.7

612.6
751.4
914.8

2,250.7
2,738.0
3,298.2

1,044.9
1,392.6
1,802.7

1,348.0
1,784.1
2,295.4

3,434.3
4,132.4
4,942.1


2015


16,825.5
19,046.3
21,209.6

747.1
994.3
1,284.5

349.7
512.1
695.6

375.5
531.8
710.1

1,097.6
1,490.3
1,950.7

519.5
792.1
1,115.4

2,186.4
3,256.6
4,514.1

602.3
799.2
1,031.0

2,194.2
2,878.8
3,666.4

1,014.2
1,513.9
2,102.0

1,309.0
1,930.2
2,657.7

3,363.5
4,347.3
5,487.8


2020


17,595.7
20,263.3
22,871.9

724.1
1,053.1
1,437.4

328.4
542.9
784.5

357.0
564.0
799.5

1,058.8
1,583.4
2,196.4

492.5
862.2
1,298.2

2,076.7
3,515.3
5,199.1

585.3
847.0
1,154.2

2,118.6
3,020.1
4,055.4

962.0
1,636.3
2,426.4

1,245.2
2,077.4
3,048.7

3,264.4
4,561.9
6,062.6


Note: See footnote on Table 1.84.
Source: University of Florida, Bureau
tion Program, Florida Population Studies,
No. 117.

University of Florida


of Economic and Business Research, Popula-
February 1997, Volume 30, No. 2. Bulletin


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0.1 0 Po elation


Florida Stattstical Abstract 1997


Table 1.84. PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1996, AND PROJECTIONS
SPECIFIED YEARS APRIL 1, 2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA


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


2000


2005


Projections


14,700.4 15,391.1 16,087.6 16,825.5 17,595.7
15,429.2 16,643.0 17,836.1 19,046.3 20,263.3
16,093.7 17,834.6 19,526.7 21,209.6 22,871.9


Estimates
1996

14,411.6





202.1




20.7




142.2




25.0




450.2




1,392.3




12.5




129.5




107.9




125.4




193.0


203.5
229.4
259.0

19.6
23.7
28.2

144.5
162.5
183.9

22.4
27.1
32.2

440.4
530.5
633.8

1,405.1
1,581.1
1,788.3

10.5
13.8
17.2

125.9
162.9
205.4

110.0
132.2
158.3

129.1
155.0
185.8

194.8
251.5
317.8


202.3
243.6
291.1

18.9
25.2
32.2

144.8
173.6
208.3

21.1
28.2
35.9

432.8
573.6
736.9

1,400.6
1,681.7
2,015.5

9.7
14.4
19.6

122.6
181.0
248.9

110.1
145.3
187.4

129.7
171.1
220.9

192.1
282.8
389.9


199.3
257.8
325.2

18.0
26.7
36.5

143.7
185.0
234.5

19.6
29.3
39.7

418.0
617.3
848.7

1,383.1
1,782.9
2,256.6

8.6
15.1
22.1

115.5
199.6
297.1

108.0
158.7
219.2

127.7
187.5
259.2

182.8
314.8
470.2


194.5
272.1
361.2

16.7
28.2
41.0

141.0
196.2
261.9

17.9
30.4
43.8

395.7
661.4
968.7

1,352.1
1,883.8
2,511.0

7.4
15.8
24.8

104.6
218.4
350.0

103.6
172.3
253.8

122.9
204.0
300.8

166.8
347.3
558.5


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202.7
214.9
228.5

20.0
22.2
24.5

142.8
151.3
161.1

23.5
26.0
28.7

440.2
486.5
538.0

1,395.0
1,478.0
1,573.0

11.3
13.1
15.0

125.3
144.6
166.0

107.6
118.8
131.6

125.7
138.7
153.6

190.8
220.1
253.0


2015


ZUZU


2010








1.00 Population


Florida Statistical Abstract 1997


Table 1.84. PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1996, AND PROJECTIONS
SPECIFIED YEARS APRIL 1, 2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)


County

Columbia
Low
Medium
High
Dade
Low
Medium
High
De Soto
Low
Medium
High
Dixie
Low
Medium
High
Duval
Low
Medium
High
Escambia
Low
Medium
High
Flagler
Low
Medium
High
Franklin
Low
Medium
High
Gadsden
Low
Medium
High
Gilchrist
Low
Medium
High
Glades
Low
Medium
High
Gulf
Low
Medium
High


Estimates
1996

52.6




2,043.3




26.7




12.6




728.4




286.3




39.1




10.4




46.3




12.2




9.4




13.5


2000


51.8
57.3
63.3

2,012.7
2,134.7
2,269.6

28.2
29.9
31.8

12.2
14.1
16.1

719.9
763.4
811.7

285.9
303.4
322.5

40.3
46.3
53.4

10.0
11.1
12.2

45.5
48.2
51.3

11.4
13.8
16.4

8.7
10.1
11.6

13.8
15.2
16.8


2005


52.3
62.9
75.3

1,990.3
2,245.1
2,533.1

28.4
32.0
36.2

12.1
15.6
19.7

714.4
805.5
909.3

280.8
317.0
357.4

43.0
55.3
70.2

9.9
11.9
14.2

44.4
50.1
56.5

11.2
15.6
20.7

8.3
10.8
13.6

13.0
15.8
18.7


Projections


2010


51.9
68.6
88.3

1,952.6
2,353.0
2,809.9

28.4
34.1
40.9

11.6
17.2
23.6

703.2
846.7
1,011.9

273.9
330.5
394.1

44.0
64.3
89.3

9.6
12.8
16.4

43.1
52.0
62.0

10.4
17.5
25.5

7.8
11.6
15.8

12.2
16.3
20.7


2015


50.4
74.2
102.3

1,901.2
2,461.9
3,102.0

28.1
36.2
45.9

10.8
18.8
27.9

686.7
888.3
1,120.4

265.3
344.1
432.9

43.0
73.5
110.7

9.2
13.6
18.7

41.5
53.9
67.7

9.2
19.4
31.0

7.0
12.3
18.1

11.2
16.8
22.8


See footnote at end of table.

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Continued .

Bureau of Economic and Business Research


2020


47.9
79.9
117.3

1,835.6
2,570.8
3,409.1

27.5
38.3
51.2

9.7
20.4
32.5

664.7
929.9
1,234.5

255.1
357.9
473.7

40.2
82.9
134.6

8.6
14.5
21.1

39.7
55.8
73.8

7.6
21.3
36.9

6.2
13.0
20.6

10.2
17.4
25.0









1.00 Population Florida Statistical Abstract 1997

Table 1.84. PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1996, AND PROJECTIONS
SPECIFIED YEARS APRIL 1, 2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)


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


Estimates
1996

13.4




22.5




30.2




119.9




78.0




910.9




17.4




102.2




48.6




13.7




7.0




182.3


2000


13.2
15.3
17.6

20.8
23.1
25.5

29.5
32.6
36.1

117.6
135.6
155.9

76.5
84.5
93.4

909.6
963.9
1,025.7

16.3
18.0
19.9

100.4
111.0
122.8

48.3
51.2
54.4

13.1
14.6
16.1

6.8
7.8
9.0

182.3
201.2
222.8


2005


12.8
16.6
20.8

19.5
23.7
28.0

29.5
35.5
42.4

199.9
154.9
195.6

76.7
92.4
110.4

913.9
1,028.7
1,163.1

15.3
18.6
22.0

101.0
121.6
145.4

47.8
53.9
60.8

12.7
15.4
18.3

6.6
8.6
10.8

186.8
224.3
268.8


Projections
2010


12.0
17.9
24.4

18.0
24.2
30.6

28.9
38.3
49.2

118.1
174.0
239.8

75.6
100.1
128.7

908.9
1,091.8
1,307.9

14.2
19.1
24.2

99.7
132.0
169.8

47.0
56.6
67.6

12.1
16.2
20.6

6.2
9.3
12.7

187.3
247.1
318.9


2015


11.0
19.2
28.4

16.4
24.7
33.4

27.9
41.2
56.6

112.4
193.5
289.0

73.2
108.0
148.5

895.8
1,155.5
1,461.6

13.1
19.6
26.6

96.7
142.7
196.4

45.8
59.3
74.8

11.4
17.0
23.2

5.8
10.0
14.8

184.0
270.4
373.7


2020


9.8
20.6
32.7

14.8
25.2
36.2

26.4
44.1
64.5

102.5
213.4
343.1

69.4
115.9
169.9

874.5
1,219.1
1,624.1

11.8
20.2
29.0

91.9
153.4
225.0

44.3
62.0
82.4

10.6
17.8
25.8

5.1
10.7
17.1

176.9
293.8
433.0


See footnote at end of table.

University of Florida


Continued .

Bureau of Economic and Business Research









1.00 Population Florida Statistical Abstract 1997

Table 1.84. PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1996, AND PROJECTIONS
SPECIFIED YEARS APRIL 1, 2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)


County

Lee
Low
Medium
High
Leon
Low
Medium
High
Levy
Low
Medium
High
Liberty
Low
Medium
High
Madison
Low
Medium
High
Manatee
Low
Medium
High
Marion
Low
Medium
High
Martin
Low
Medium
High
Monroe
Low
Medium
High
Nassau
Low
Medium
High
Okaloosa
Low
Medium
High
Okeechobee
Low
Medium
High


Estimates
1996

383.7




221.6



30.7




7.4




18.7




236.8




229.3




114.5




83.8




51.1




165.3




33.6


2000


379.9
419.6
464.4

215.3
238.1
263.1

30.3
33.5
37.0

6.7
8.1
9.6

17.6
19.6
21.6

230.6
255.0
281.9

228.5
252.3
279.3

113.4
125.3
138.6

82.9
88.0
93.5

50.1
55.4
61.3

167.7
177.6
189.1

33.4
36.9
40.8


2005


385.2
463.2
554.3

213.6
257.8
307.4

30.6
36.8
44.0

6.3
8.8
11.6

16.9
20.5
24.4

229.8
276.9
330.7

233.3
280.3
335.8

114.7
138.0
165.1

82.4
92.9
104.9

50.4
60.6
72.5

171.6
192.7
218.4

33.2
40.1
47.8


Projections


2010


382.8
506.1
651.8

208.5
277.2
355.0

30.3
40.1
51.6

5.7
9.6
13.9

16.1
21.5
27.4

225.0
298.5
383.2

233.4
308.1
397.4

113.8
150.5
193.8

81.1
97.7
116.7

49.7
65.8
84.6

173.7
207.8
249.9

32.5
43.2
55.4


2015


373.3
549.7
758.0

200.2
296.8
406.4

29.4
43.4
59.7

4.9
10.4
16.4

15.0
22.4
30.5

216.6
320.3
439.9

228.8
336.3
464.5

110.8
163.3
225.0

79.2
102.5
129.2

48.1
71.0
97.7

173.6
222.9
283.2

31.3
46.3
63.6


2020


356.5
593.8
872.8

188.5
316.5
461.4

28.0
46.7
68.6

3.9
11.2
19.2

13.8
23.4
33.9

204.5
342.2
500.7

219.4
364.8
537.2

105.7
176.2
258.8

76.7
107.3
142.5

45.7
76.2
111.8

171.5
237.9
318.5

29.6
49.5
72.3


See footnote at end of table.

University of Florida


Continued .

Bureau of Economic and Business Research









1.00 Population Florida Statistical Abstract 1997

Table 1.84. PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1996, AND PROJECTIONS
SPECIFIED YEARS APRIL 1, 2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)


Estimates
1996


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


777.6




139.7




981.8




309.9




881.4




452.7




70.3




101.7




175.5




98.5




305.8




329.0


2000


766.6
846.7
937.0

139.4
160.6
184.7

963.1
1,064.3
1,177.1

313.6
332.1
353.7

852.5
905.3
961.4

454.4
481.4
512.4

69.9
74.1
78.9

102.6
113.2
125.4

175.9
194.1
215.0

100.1
110.4
122.3

307.5
325.7
346.7

326.8
360.9
399.4


2005


776.8
934.2
1,117.9

144.5
186.3
235.8

966.9
1,164.1
1,391.4

319.3
358.8
406.4

826.0
934.3
1,051.3

458.6
516.0
583.7

69.9
78.8
89.0

106.1
127.3
152.7

180.7
216.9
260.0

102.8
123.4
147.9

310.8
349.6
395.6

332.5
399.6
478.5


Projections


2010


771.8
1,020.4
1,314.1

144.2
211.8
292.8

953.0
1,262.2
1,622.7

321.2
384.9
462.2

795.6
962.8
1,144.9

458.1
549.8
659.2

69.3
83.3
99.7

107.2
141.2
182.5

181.5
239.4
309.1

103.3
136.2
175.8

310.7
372.8
447.1

331.5
437.9
564.4


2015


752.7
1,108.3
1,528.2

138.7
238.1
356.6

922.8
1,361.8
1,873.5

319.9
411.2
521.9

761.9
991.8
1,243.0

453.3
584.0
739.6

68.1
87.9
111.1

106.0
155.4
215.1

178.7
262.4
362.8

101.7
149.3
206.4

307.7
396.3
502.0

324.2
476.9
658.2


2020


718.7
1,197.1
1,759.7

127.6
264.7
427.2

875.5
1,462.1
2,143.6

315.1
437.7
585.2

724.5
1,021.1
1,345.4

444.0
618.1
824.6

66.3
92.5
123.1

102.3
169.7
250.6

172.1
285.7
421.3

97.8
162.4
239.5

301.5
419.7
560.0

310.3
516.4
759.8


See footnote at end of table.

University of Florida


Continued .

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1.00 Population


Florida Statistical Abstract 1997


Table 1.84. PROJECTIONS: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1996, AND PROJECTIONS
SPECIFIED YEARS APRIL 1, 2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)


County

Sumter
Low
Medium
High
Suwannee
Low
Medium
High
Taylor
Low
Medium
High
Union
Low
Medium
High
Volusia
Low
Medium
High
Wakulla
Low
Medium
High
Walton
Low
Medium
High
Washington
Low
Medium
High


Estimates
1996


40.6




31.4




19.0




13.0




407.2




18.0




34.3




19.8


2000


41.6
46.0
50.9

30.7
33.9
37.5

17.5
19.4
21.4

12.6
14.0
15.4

395.5
437.4
483.4

18.5
21.3
24.5

34.0
37.6
41.6

18.8
20.9
23.0


2005


42.2
50.8
60.8

30.7
36.9
44.1

16.3
19.8
23.4

12.4
15.0
17.9

393.0
473.8
565.5

18.5
23.9
30.2

34.4
41.4
49.6

18.3
22.1
26.3


Projections


2010


42.0
55.5
71.4

30.2
40.0
51.4

15.0
20.2
25.6

12.1
16.1
20.6

383.9
509.4
653.6

18.0
26.6
36.5

34.1
45.1
58.1

17.5
23.3
29.8


2015


40.9
60.2
83.0

29.1
43.0
59.1

13.7
20.6
27.7

11.6
17.1
23.5

368.8
545.6
748.7

16.9
29.2
43.5

33.2
48.9
67.4

16.5
24.5
33.5


2020


39.0
65.0
95.5

27.5
46.0
67.4

12.3
20.9
30.0

10.9
18.3
26.7

347.5
581.9
850.7

15.2
31.9
51.0

31.6
52.7
77.4

15.3
25.8
37.4


Note: The medium projection is the one we believe is most likely to provide an
accurate forecast of future population. The high and low projections indicate the
range in which future populations are likely to fall. They do not represent absolute
limits to growth; for any county, the future population may be above the high projec-
tion or below the low projection. If future distributions of errors are similar to
past distributions, however, future populations will fall between high and low pro-
jections in approximately 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, Popula-
tion Program, Florida Population Studies, February 1997, Volume 30, No. 2. Bulletin
No. 117.


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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, 1995

(rounded to thousands)


War veterans


World World Korea
Total War I War II 1/


Per-
Viet- sian
nam Gulf
1/ 1/


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


Florida 1,709 1,343
United States 26,067 20,072


1 613 316 484 82 154
13 7,410 4,465 8,237 1,442 2,814


1/ No prior wartime service.
Source: U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs, Annual Report of the Secretary of
Veterans Affairs, Fiscal Year, 1995.

Table 1.89. IMMIGRANTS: NEW ARRIVALS BY PORT OF ENTRY IN FLORIDA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES, FISCAL YEARS 1995 AND 1996


1995 1996

36,668 34,704

6 7
35,090 32,394
1,005 1,234


Port of entry

Florida (Continued)
Port Everglades
Tampa
West Palm Beach

United States


1995 1996


380,291 421,405


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 1996


Country
of birth

Total 1/
Brazil
Canada
Colombia
Cuba
Dominican Republic
Haiti
Honduras


United
Florida States


79,461
1,353
1,866
3,510
22,217
2,050
7,748
1,309


915,900
5,891
15,825
14,283
26,466
39,604
18,386
5,870


Country
of birth


India
Jamaica
Mexico
Nicaragua
Peru
Philippines
United Kingdom
Venezuela


United
Florida States


1,393
4,996
3,155
3,480
2,338
1,796
1,501
1,517


44,859
19,089
163,572
6,903
12,871
55,876
13,548
3,468


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


Total
vet-
erans


200 12
3,025 157


Port of entry

Florida

Jacksonville
Miami
Orlando


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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 1996


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

Total 1/ 694 10,290 677 634 178 317 1,526 722 667 41,527
Brazil 9 355 6 8 1 5 6 10 8 540
Canada 45 430 53 19 7 10 19 17 33 205
Colombia 12 651 28 6 1 5 13 4 16 2,054
Cuba 17 441 6 10 0 1 27 26 8 20,061
Dominican
Republic 3 230 21 1 7 0 5 0 4 1,356
Haiti 4 1,659 74 127 1 2 16 103 0 3,139
Honduras 10 79 5 2 0 2 8 4 4 949
India 48 221 11 19 5 33 95 39 32 155
Jamaica 30 1,774 35 39 1 6 27 86 58 1,540
Mexico 116 159 97 141 4 5 30 188 10 396
Nicaragua 1 110 4 0 0 6 5 5 1 3,150
Peru 8 493 11 6 1 4 11 7 6 1,389
Philippines 44 156 21 23 35 10 269 22 55 337
United
Kingdom 39 199 40 17 13 15 33 39 49 142

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

Total 1/ 933 193 5,517 105 281 241 958 292 5,010 6,553
Brazil 3 7 151 1 11 0 4 2 54 154
Canada 34 13 183 8 23 31 98 7 300 226
Colombia 20 9 253 0 2 6 8 1 137 226
Cuba 99 4 170 0 1 1 24 1 551 433
Dominican
Republic 24 0 164 0 2 0 4 0 107 107
Haiti 245 0 494 0 0 52 46 2 91 1,611
Honduras 6 1 45 0 2 0 13 0 74 90
India 8 19 189 19 7 18 16 38 175 186
Jamaica 4 12 385 1 1 18 25 4 183 660
Mexico 219 16 324 3 0 12 128 4 392 358
Nicatagua 3 2 36 0 0 0 6 1 31 94
Peru 11 1 136 0 1 0 19 2 93 127
Philippines 9 13 226 12 63 16 38 9 242 103
United
Kingdom 38 14 241 9 3 8 85 20 217 203



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.

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HOUSING



Average Monthly Apartment Rent in the
Twenty Leading Counties, 1996


Monroe
Broward
Palm Beach
Dade +
St. Johns +
Sarasota +
Seminole
Collier
Lee
Orange
Nassau
Pinellas
Hillsborough
Alachua
Okaloosa
Duval
Clay
Osceola
Gadsden
Leon

$500 $550 $600 $650 $700 $750 $800 $850 $900



Source: Table 2.15







SECTION 2.00
HOUSING

TABLES LISTED BY MAJOR HEADINGS

HEADING PAGE

APARTMENTS:
Table 2.15. AVERAGE RENT AND NUMBER OF UNITS BY AGE OF UNIT IN THE STATE AND
COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, FALL 1996 73
HOME SALES:
Table 2.21. SALES AND MEDIAN SALES PRICE OF EXISTING SINGLE-FAMILY HOMES IN
SPECIFIED METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS (MSAS) OF FLORIDA, 1995 AND
1996 76
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, 1996 75
HOUSE PURCHASE PRICE:
Table 2.10. COST OF A HOUSE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1995 AND 1996 72
HOUSEHOLDS AND AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE:
Table 2.05. ESTIMATES IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1996 71
MOBILE HOME AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLE TAGS:
Table 2.36. NUMBER SOLD IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR
1995-96 80
PUBLIC LODGING:
Table 2.30. LICENSED LODGINGS, APARTMENTS, ROOMING HOUSES, RENTAL
CONDOMINIUMS, AND TRANSIENT APARTMENTS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES
OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 77
STATES:
Table 2.01. ESTIMATES OF HOUSING UNITS AND HOUSEHOLDS IN FLORIDA, OTHER
STATES, AND THE UNITED STATES, JULY 1, 1995 69
Table 2.02. HOMEOWNERSHIP RATES IN THE STATE AND SPECIFIED METROPOLITAN
STATISTICAL AREAS (MSAS) OF FLORIDA AND IN OTHER STATES AND THE
UNITED STATES, 1994, 1995, AND 1996 70



























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Table 2.01. STATES: ESTIMATES OF HOUSING UNITS AND HOUSEHOLDS IN FLORIDA, OTHER
STATES, AND THE UNITED STATES, JULY 1, 1995

(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
Mississippi


Total Households Total Households
housing Persons housing Persons
units Total in-- State units Total in--

6,654 5,527 13,864 Missouri 2,337 2,031 5,179
Montana 369 333 846
1,783 1,602 4,160 Nebraska 690 621 1,588

239 209 587 Nevada 646 587 1,502
1,826 1,551 4,138 New Hampshire 524 429 1,118
1,059 938 2,425 New Jersey 3,155 2,861 7,783

11,727 10,925 30,848 New Mexico 684 602 1,655
1,582 1,461 3,663 New York 7,332 6,672 17,592
1,353 1,223 3,177 North Carolina 3,119 2,730 6,968

314 269 697 North Dakota 287 243 616
Ohio 4,545 4,219 10,888
271 232 514 Oklahoma 1,442 1,248 3,182

2,929 2,645 7,025 Oregon 1,309 1,216 3,076
425 385 1,150 Pennsylvania 5,107 4,567 11,716
463 415 1,141 Rhode Island 424 374 955

4,679 4,335 11,543 South Carolina 1,567 1,351 3,580
2,401 2,183 5,644 South Dakota 311 269 704
1,186 1,090 2,742 Tennessee 2,184 2,003 5,126

1,095 971 2,488 Texas 7,348 6,677 18,301
1,610 1,456 3,758 Utah 658 617 1,921
1,761 1,556 4,225 Vermont 285 223 563

620 476 1,206 Virginia 2,705 2,476 6,415
2,023 1,852 4,930 Washington 2,250 2,084 5,312
2,521 2,291 5,855 West Virginia 791 712 1,792

4,021 3,539 9,342 Wisconsin 2,188 1,910 4,990
1,956 1,732 4,494 Wyoming 207 181 470
1,065 961 2,625 United States 108,026 97,061 256,079


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

Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Internet site http://
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, 1994, 1995, AND 1996


State and
MSA

Florida

Metropolitan Statistical
Area 1/
Ft. Lauderdale
Jacksonville
Miami
Orlando
Tampa-St. Petersburg-
Clearwater

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona

Arkansas
California
Colorado

Connecticut
Delaware
Georgia

Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois

Indiana
Iowa
Kansas

Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine

Maryland
Massachusetts


State and
1994 1995 1996 MSA

65.7 66.6 67.1 Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
69.0 68.8 67.5 Montana
63.9 66.6 66.6 Nebraska
51.4 50.9 51.9 Nevada
59.6 61.7 66.5 New Hampshire
New Jersey
66.0 68.1 68.0 New Mexico

68.5 70.1 71.0 New York
58.8 60.9 62.9 North Carolina
67.7 62.9 62.0 North Dakota

68.1 67.2 66.6 Ohio
55.5 55.4 55.0 Oklahoma
62.9 64.6 64.5 Oregon

63.8 68.2 69.0 Pennsylvania
70.5 71.7 71.5 Rhode Island
63.4 66.6 69.3 South Carolina

52.3 50.2 50.6 South Dakota
70.7 72.0 71.4 Tennessee
64.2 66.4 68.2 Texas

68.4 71.0 74.2 Utah
70.1 71.4 72.8 Vermont
69.0 67.5 67.5 Virginia

70.6 71.2 73.2 Washington
65.8 65.3 64.9 West Virginia
72.6 76.7 76.5 Wisconsin

64.1 65.8 66.9 Wyoming


60.6 60.2 61.7


United States 64.0 64.7 65.4


1/ Data for 1994 are based on 1980 metropolitan/nonmetropolitan definitions and
data for 1995 and 1996 are based on the 1990 definitions. Boundaries for the Orlando
MSA changed as a result of the 1990 decennial census.

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 Sur-
vey: Annual Statistics, 1996. Data from Internet site http://www.census.gov/.

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Table 2.05. HOUSEHOLDS AND AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE: ESTIMATES IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1996


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 1/

Florida 5,712,371 11.2 2.46 0.0 Lafayette 2,086 21.2 2.74 0.0
Lake 76,059 19.6 2.35 0.0
Alachua 79,664 11.8 2.39 -0.4 Lee 160,629 14.6 2.35 0.0
Baker 6,259 12.7 2.99 -0.3 Leon 86,338 15.4 2.43 0.0
Bay 54,653 11.7 2.53 -0.4 Levy 11,978 18.8 2.51 -0.4
Bradford 7,884 9.6 2.68 0.0 Liberty 2,221 30.2 2.69 0.0
Brevard 182,091 12.8 2.43 0.0 Madison 6,169 11.7 2.75 0.0

Broward 588,336 11.3 2.36 0.4 Manatee 101,734 11.7 2.29 0.0
Calhoun 4,190 10.5 2.64 0.0 Marion 92,303 18.1 2.44 0.0
Charlotte 56,757 17.2 2.23 0.0 Martin 48,945 13.8 2.28 0.0
Citrus 46,820 15.4 2.27 0.0 Monroe 36,055 7.4 2.24 0.0
Clay 43,507 18.7 2.85 -0.3 Nassau 18,871 16.5 2.68 0.0
Collier 78,557 27.3 2.40 -0.4 Okaloosa 61,213 14.8 2.60 0.0
Columbia 18,813 20.5 2.66 -0.4 Okeechobee 11,458 12.2 2.75 0.0

Dade 724,487 4.6 2.77 0.7 Orange 295,691 16.0 2.56 0.0
De Soto 9,269 12.7 2.62 0.0 Osceola 50,801 29.8 2.68 0.0
Dixie 4,534 15.8 2.56 0.0 Palm Beach 413,778 13.2 2.33 0.4
Duval 278,674 8.3 2.54 0.0 Pasco 134,060 10.2 2.26 0.0
Escambia 106,699 8.2 2.57 0.0 Pinellas 394,256 3.6 2.18 0.0
Flagler 16,103 35.5 2.41 0.4 Polk 174,478 11.9 2.53 0.0
Franklin 4,098 13.0 2.42 0.0 Putnam 27,048 7.9 2.55 0.0

Gadsden 14,912 11.2 2.90 0.0 St. Johns 40,516 21.2 2.44 0.0
Gilchrist 4,087 24.5 2.65 0.0 St. Lucie 67,951 16.8 2.54 0.0
Glades 3,316 14.9 2.56 -0.4 Santa Rosa 36,147 20.9 2.68 0.0
Gulf 4,685 8.3 2.56 0.0 Sarasota 137,891 9.9 2.18 0.0
Hamilton 4,146 18.9 2.81 0.0 Seminole 122,926 14.2 2.65 0.4
Hardee 6,953 8.8 2.95 0.0 Sumter 14,824 22.3 2.46 0.0
Hendry 9,656 14.9 2.99 0.0 Suwannee 11,795 17.6 2.61 0.0

Hernando 49,988 18.2 2.37 0.0 Taylor 6,690 4.5 2.67 0.0
Highlands 33,683 14.0 2.28 0.0 Union 3,135 17.9 2.91 0.0
Hillsborough 354,902 9.2 2.51 0.0 Volusia 168,476 9.8 2.33 0.0
Holmes 6,253 7.8 2.56 0.0 Wakulla 6,600 26.7 2.70 0.0
Indian River 43,174 13.4 2.33 0.0 Walton 13,481 19.4 2.44 0.0
Jackson 16,901 16.8 2.56 0.0 Washington 7,180 11.4 2.54 -0.4
Jefferson 4,537 13.9 2.79 0.0

1/ Percentage change 1990 to 1996.
Note: The occurrence of Hurricane Andrew in August 1992 created significant prob-
lems in south Florida for the usual estimation methodology. The hurricane destroyed
thousands 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, Popula-
tion Program, Florida Population Studies, January 1997, Volume 30, No. 1. Bulletin
No. 116.

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Table 2.10. HOUSE PURCHASE PRICE: COST OF A HOUSE
OF FLORIDA, 1995 AND 1996


IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES


(in dollars)


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


Percent-
age
1995 A/ 1996 change


83,789
75,134
80,301
78,232

84,371
109,360
68,198
91,147
79,140

86,011
120,650
75,199
114,667
74,401

72,137
87,014
77,488
87,346
81,770

72,157
76,405
87,624
76,339
68,699

75,038
81,971
82,543
73,835
101,299

70,667
90,712
69,807
69,805
69,915


85,360
76,044
81,297
78,912

90,929
107,554
68,092
85,413
80,849

87,147
116,658
74,777
117,429
74,186

72,729
88,053
79,000
86,881
83,497

71,891
74,955
87,297
75,834
69,418

74,214
80,884
84,611
75,318
100,951

70,920
94,085
70,427
70,731
69,252


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


1995 A/ 1996


90,181
96,398
81,981
74,902

68,587
68,886
90,528
75,760
95,671

141,640
85,552
84,075
85,079
93,559

87,032
101,612
76,809
103,809
89,363

80,882
94,315
80,531
77,517
101,532

91,695
81,030
69,223
70,303
70,661

85,601
77,535
80,599
70,193


90,248
101,528
83,695
75,511

69,220
69,650
95,289
76,737
105,578

145,610
86,992
85,517
85,155
94,147

88,977
104,167
79,923
105,780
89,190

81,221
91,574
87,020
81,551
101,372

87,652
81,243
70,652
70,592
69,665

89,593
78,968
85,343
70,495


A/ Prices reflect a decrease in
da Department of Revenue.


the cost of construction as reported by the Flori-


Note: Data represent the cost of a house as measured by the Florida Price Level
Index (FPLI) and are based on a sample of records for those single-family residential
properties 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 "average" 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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Percent-
age
change

0.1
5.3
2.1
0.8

0.9
1.1
5.3
1.3
10.4

2.8
1.7
1.7
0.1
0.6

2.2
2.5
4.1
1.9
-0.2

0.4
-2.9
8.1
5.2
-0.2

-4.4
0.3
2.1
0.4
-1.4

4.7
1.8
5.9
0.4


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Table 2.15. APARTMENTS: AVERAGE RENT AND NUMBER OF UNITS BY AGE OF UNIT
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, FALL 1996


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


Aver-
age
rent
(dol-
lars)

588

607
(NA)
565

404
548
809

437
329
345

584
644
432

764
442
360

594
531
339
(NA)

568
271
556

246
(NA)
425

512
440
357

607
(NA)
440

505
391
540


Units 1/
Age of unit (percentage)
40 or


0-20 21-40


Total

480,261

14,812
(NA)
3,023

207
12,931
50,105

88
89
531

3,780
4,726
288

56,231
365
32

41,871
7,636
471
(NA)

424
158
28

62
(NA)
179

487
792
535

58,477
(NA)
1,257

412
107
541


years

68.4

67.4
(NA)
79.7

100.0
77.0
77.4

100.0
100.0
81.5

70.9
91.8
78.5

66.6
43.0
100.0

50.0
55.3
26.1
(NA)

79.2
38.0
100.0

100.0
(NA)
50.8

1.2
100.0
100.0

66.5
(NA)
62.7

59.2
100.0
6.7


years

30.2

31.5
(NA)
20.3

0.0
23.0
22.6

0.0
0.0
1.9

29.1
8.2
21.5

33.4
0.0
0.0

49.8
40.4
0.0
(NA)

20.8
0.0
0.0

0.0
(NA)
0.0

25.9
0.0
0.0

33.5
(NA)
37.3

34.5
0.0
0.0


See footnotes at end of table.

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more
years

1.4

1.1
(NA)
0.0

0.0
0.0
0.0

0.0
0.0
16.6

0.0
0.0
0.0

0.0
57.0
0.0

0.2
4.2
73.9
(NA)

0.0
62.0
0.0

0.0
(NA)
49.2

72.9
0.0
0.0

0.0
(NA)
0.0

6.3
0.0
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Table 2.15. APARTMENTS: AVERAGE RENT AND NUMBER OF UNITS BY AGE OF UNIT
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, FALL 1996 (Continued)


Aver- Units 1/
age Age of unit (percentage)
rent 40 or
(dol- 0-20 21-40 more
County lars) Rank Total years years years

Lake 438 42 5,879 46.1 4.9 48.9
Lee 641 9 7,823 86.4 13.6 0.0
Leon 567 20 11,557 63.8 36.1 0.1

Levy 424 46 217 56.2 0.0 43.8
Liberty (NA) (X) (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA)
Madison 456 38 186 88.7 0.0 11.3

Manatee 536 29 7,042 81.4 18.5 0.2
Marion 544 26 3,602 63.4 31.4 5.2
Martin 560 22 943 84.9 11.0 4.0

Monroe 888 1 640 78.6 21.4 0.0
Nassau 632 11 1,502 26.6 73.4 0.0
Okaloosa 598 15 2,951 60.0 33.2 6.8

Okeechobee 392 50 125 92.8 0.0 7.2
Orange 637 10 54,383 68.4 31.6 0.0
Osceola 583 18 7,636 86.3 13.7 0.0

Palm Beach 773 3 28,349 88.2 11.8 0.0
Pasco 422 47 3,618 95.1 4.9 0.0
Pinellas 614 12 37,486 51.4 48.6 0.0

Polk 542 27 8,507 75.1 24.7 0.2
Putnam 411 48 992 74.0 26.0 0.0
St. Johns 720 5 1,757 93.6 4.3 2.1

St. Lucie 549 24 1,381 92.2 7.8 0.0
Santa Rosa 469 34 628 97.6 0.0 2.4
Sarasota 714 6 4,757 54.7 30.3 15.1

Seminole 661 7 17,002 78.3 21.7 0.0
Sumter 286 59 106 100.0 0.0 0.0
Suwannee 370 52 188 98.4 0.0 1.6

Taylor 464 35 205 31.7 68.3 0.0
Union 460 36 32 100.0 0.0 0.0
Volusia 517 31 9,855 72.9 27.1 0.0

Wakulla (NA) (X) (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA)
Walton 459 37 255 47.1 18.8 34.1
Washington 325 58 12 0.0 100.0 0.0

(X) Not applicable.
(NA) Not available.
1/ Data are from a BEBR survey of 480,261 apartment complex units conducted in the
fall of 1996 and are estimated to represent more than half of all the apartment rent-
al units in the state with leases of 6 months or longer.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Florida
Business Briefs, February 1997.

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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, 1996


District
and city


Resi-
dential Nursing District
Homes units beds and city


Florida

District 1
Atlantic Beach
Dowling Park
Ft. Walton Beach
Gainesville
Jacksonville
Jacksonville Beach
Keystone Heights
Lake City
Marianna
Milton
Ocala
Palatka
Panama City
Penney Farms
Pensacola
Ponte Vedra Beach
St. Augustine
Shalimar
Tallahassee
District 2
Apopka
Davenport
Eustis
Fern Park
Lakeland
Leesburg
Longwood
Maitland
Mount Dora
Orlando
Sanford
Winter Haven
Winter Park
District 3
Pinellas Park
Seminole
St. Petersburg
South Pasadena
District 4
Lakeland
Lake Wales
Plant City
Tampa
Winter Haven
District 5
Bradenton
Cape Coral


237 37,343 9,881 District 5 (Cont.)
Ft. Myers
49 7,606 1,517 Grove City
1 380 80 Naples
1 341 161 North Ft. Myers
1 95 0 Port Charlotte
1 97 0 Sarasota
26 3,815 809 Sebring
1 199 0 Venice
1 94 0 District 6
1 150 0 Florida City
2 124 60 Hialeah
1 0 120 Miami
2 161 0 Miami Beach
1 76 0 Miami Springs
1 216 0 North Miami
1 291 40 Opa-Locka
2 482 106 Sweetwater
1 258 30 District 7
1 0 51 Boca Raton
1 379 0 Coral Springs
3 448 60 Dania
29 4,555 1,269 Deerfield Beach
1 32 0 Delray Beach
1 70 60 Ft. Lauderdale
1 45 0 Hallandale
1 176 0 Hollywood
1 389 60 Jensen Beach
1 0 120 Juno Beach
1 241 60 Lake Worth
1 102 39 Palm Beach Gardens
2 317 120 Palm City
13 2,001 629 Pembroke Pines
1 158 0 Plantation
1 68 0 Pompano Beach
4 956 181 Port St. Lucie
15 2,030 427 West Palm Beach
2 195 0 District 8
1 0 120 Cocoa
11 1,655 307 Melbourne
1 180 0 Merritt Island
16 2,416 300 Palm Bay
1 183 0 Vero Beach
1 0 100 Viera
1 75 0 West Melbourne
12 1,959 200 District 9
1 199 0 Belleair
26 5,201 1,189 Brooksville
3 543 93 Clearwater
1 172 0 Dade City


Resi-
dential Nursing
Homes units beds


2 1,215 280
1 100 0
3 803 204
1 80 0
2 50 104
8 1,282 328
3 505 120
2 451 60
29 3,304 1,205
1 30 0
4 285 0
16 2,125 664
4 601 60
1 50 269
1 0 212
1 113 0
1 100 0
29 6,571 1,140
5 1,400 240
1 432 0
1 60 0
2 388 0
3 926 244
2 363 0
1 120 0
1 376 0
1 99 0
1 289 60
2 261 60
1 337 100
1 168 42
1 0 120
1 328 60
3 842 184
1 98 30
1 84 0
12 1,580 294
1 0 0
4 150 0
1 586 0
1 158 96
2 66 0
1 620 84
2 0 114
19 2,250 710
1 0 0
2 0 126
6 88 180
1 614 116


See footnote at end of table.


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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, 1996 (Continued)


District
and city


Resi-
dential Nursing
Homes units beds


District 9 (Cont.)
Dunedin
Hudson
Lecanto
New Port Richey
Palm Harbor
Port Richey
Spring Hill


District
and city

District 9 (Cont.)
Zephyrhills
District 11
Daytona Beach
DeLand
Holly Hill
Orange City
Port Orange


Resi-
dential Nursing
Homes units beds


48
1,830
477
468
343
470
72


48
1,830
477
468
343
470
72


Note: Includes personal care units, cluster homes, adult congregate living facil-
ity units and/or assisted living units. Excludes homes in construction.
Source: Florida Association of Homes for the Aging, 1996 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, 1995 AND 1996


Number of homes sold Median sales price
Per- 1995 1996 Per-
centage (dol- (dol- centage
MSA 1995 1996 change lars) lars) change

Florida 1/ 121,789 128,515 5.5 87,700 91,800 4.7


Daytona Beach
Ft. Lauderdale
Ft. Myers-Cape Coral 1/
Ft. Pierce-Port St. Lucie 1/
Ft. Walton Beach 1/
Gainesville
Jacksonville 1/
Lakeland-Winter Haven 1/
Melbourne-Titusville-
Palm Bay
Miami 1/
Naples
Ocala
Orlando 1/
Panama City
Pensacola
Punta Gorda
Sarasota-Bradenton 1/
Tallahassee
Tampa-St. Petersburg-
Clearwater
West Palm Beach-Boca Raton


4,551
12,597
3,511
2,583
2,185
1,890
8,018
1,832

3,890
10,172
1,520
2,206
14,015
1,603
3,627
1,701
5,615
1,806

24,954
9,114


4,665
12,494
3,538
2,754
2,269
1,928
8,497
1,975

4,289
10,794
1,771
2,606
14,695
1,676
4,164
1,888
6,096
2,025


72,300
105,900
86,800
76,900
93,100
89,900
83,900
68,500

78,000
107,100
149,000
61,200
86,100
77,300
79,600
71,000
99,100
99,800


75,400
112,300
86,600
80,100
94,400
94,200
90,200
74,000

81,000
112,700
172,200
63,800
90,300
81,700
84,500
72,700
102,400
109,600


26,143 4.8 78,000 81,100 4.0
9,376 2.9 122,700 126,900 3.4


1/ Due to periodic unavailability of data, figures are adjusted for comparison
purposes.
Source: Florida Association of Realtors and University of Florida, Real Estate
Research Center, unpublished data.


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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 1996-97


County

Florida

Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
S Charlotte
t Citrus

S Clay
B Collier
o Columbia

g Dade
B De Soto
B Dixie

p Duval
Escambia
w Flagler

Franklin
o Gadsden
SGilchrist
9 Glades

See fo
I
o See fol


Apartment
buildings
Number Units


Total
licensed
lodgings 1/
Number Units

30,401 1,231,386

405 23,801
5 166
610 18,547

28 770
555 29,075
3,763 132,247

4 111
137 3,126
75 1,986

55 5,297
260 15,655
85 3,122

6,857 224,791
22 424
13 188

788 72,311
450 16,177
43 1,041

280 952
29 825
5 95
16 238


17,451

343
2
111

12
343
2,776

2
24
33

40
108
46

6,172
13
1

643
101
9

5
14
1
2


Rooming
houses
Number Units

637 8,198

7 73
0 0
2 14

1 2
8 81
34 313

0 0
1 2
4 37

4 38
2 35
2 14

131 1,557
3 25
1 9

28 319
4 9
4 37

1 9
2 13
2 6
0 0


Rental
condominiums
Number Units


806,886

20,028
59
4,492

367
18,659
98,759

88
798
814

4,376
6,568
1,076

173,840
262
32

60,966
9,716
139

131
633
60
33


5,981

0
0
286

0
40
43

0
63
2

1
66
0

44
0
0

5
270
10

255
5
0
1


otnotes at end of table.


64,449

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


Transient
apartment
buildings 2/
Number Units

1,677 17,494

2 116
0 0
4 126

1 4
53 676
377 4,241

0 0
22 228
11 89

2 14
8 79
4 72

9 90
0 0
1 7

2 27
4 38
3 5

1 8
0 0
1 1
2 8


Continued . .










Table 2.30. PUBLIC LODGING: LICENSED LODGINGS, APARTMENTS, ROOMING HOUSES, RENTAL CONDOMINIUMS, AND TRANSIENT
APARTMENTS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 (Continued)


Total
licensed
lodgings 1/
Number Units

146 594
17 539
19 346

34 690
39 1,528
135 3,436


County

Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee

Hendry
Hernando
Highlands

Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River


Apartment
buildings
Number Units


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


237
0
384

10
0
0

143
5,525
40
132

0
0
1,286
14

181
2,080
1,038
3,826


See footnotes at end of table.


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


Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette


Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion

Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa


Continued . .









Table 2.30. PUBLIC LODGING: LICENSED LODGINGS, APARTMENTS, ROOMING HOUSES, RENTAL CONDOMINIUMS, AND TRANSIENT
APARTMENTS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 (Continued)


SCounty
C.
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola

Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas

Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
-4
t St. Lucie
0 Santa Rosa
Sarasota
0 Seminole

Sumter
0 Suwannee
STaylor
Union

p Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
E Washington


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 22,773
52 1,380
210 9,082

143 4,652
140 2,297
579 16,593
173 27,935

28 958
25 588
38 791
3 84

850 37,484
8 165
289 4,404
9 204


Apartment Rooming
buildings houses
Number Units Number Units


6
654
85

993
104
1,321

327
18
52

62
36
222
137

14
9
7
2

360
0
10
3


136
73,922
8,245

44,887
6,297
59,701

13,169
760
2,965

1,763
1,233
8,140
25,076

377
244
282
80

15,909
0
345
42


14
465
133

1,017
41
485

513
50
185

26
0
89
29

9
2
2
4

211
0
23
0


Rental
condominiums
Number Units


0
333
2,415

20
35
114

513
1
44

14
93
166
0

0
0
0
0

108
2
256
1


0
5,571
6,038

825
771
4,960

1,585
23
1,768

494
346
3,456
0

0
0
0
0

3,840
25
3,132
1


Transient
apartment
buildings 2/
Number Units

5 60
42 799
20 681

100 1,442
10 84
269 2,253

64 1,113
3 25
8 47

26 218
0 0
94 893
2 10

3 20
5 20
4 29
0 0

31 421
0 0
2 12
0 0


1/ Includes hotels and motels shown separately in Table 19.60.
2/ Apartments which rent for six months or less.

Source: State of Florida, Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Division of Hotels and Restaurants,
Master File Statistics: Public Lodging and Food Service Establishments, Fiscal Year 1996-97.









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Table 2.36. MOBILE HOME AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLE TAGS: NUMBER SOLD IN THE
STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1995-96


Real Recrea-
Mobile proper- tional
County homes 1/ ty 2/ vehicles County

Florida 506,216 33,325 197,469 Lake
Lee
Alachua 4,003 413 2,073 Leon
Baker 396 375 500 Levy

Bay 4,498 668 2,918 Liberty
Bradford 624 158 581 Madison
Brevard 12,322 495 8,496 Manatee
Broward 19,510 165 7,633 Marion

Calhoun 168 151 135 Martin
Charlotte 8,884 166 2,919 Monroe
Citrus 3,796 650 3,368 Nassau
Clay 1,161 799 2,044 Okaloosa


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


Real Recrea-
Mobile proper- tional
homes 1/ ty 2/ vehicles

17,878 904 6,527
32,544 698 6,960
6,703 813 2,168
905 1,163 837

181 60 95
1,089 264 253
24,222 711 5,119
13,741 1,634 6,395

5,049 230 2,377
1,631 167 2,579
1,501 562 1,043
2,319 409 2,329


5,901 497 2,927 Okeechobee 1,866 304 2,041
1,525 1,016 977 Orange 15,020 290 7,467
10,960 73 7,173 Osceola 7,098 440 2,646
1,716 129 1,240 Palm Beach 16,508 314 6,581


144 281 337 Pasco
15,928 708 7,594 Pinellas
4,051 555 4,365 Polk
938 182 955 Putnam


28,162 1,254 11,550
50,120 3,198 11,650
42,472 2,268 10,771
1,446 805 1,812


107 90 190 St. Johns 2,100 431 1,956
849 417 311 St. Lucie 14,623 167 2,701
587 383 343 Santa Rosa 1,885 509 2,106
420 142 231 Sarasota 19,545 427 5,666

139 107 254 Seminole 4,171 97 3,160
422 162 141 Sumter 2,356 343 1,772
1,161 173 724 Suwannee 2,362 716 683
2,422 384 804 Taylor 468 270 410

4,896 428 2,558 Union 311 138 151
10,428 248 3,167 Volusia 23,848 434 7,182
32,756 1,234 11,216 Wakulla 411 374 429
459 258 220 Walton 645 346 512

9,401 45 1,801 Washington 451 262 271
1,350 455 677 Office agency 347 94 99
223 138 182 Refunds 0 0 7
93 84 110


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, Reve-
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VITAL STATISTICS

AND HEALTH

Abortion Rate in Counties Reporting
Terminations of Pregnancy in 1996


- -


- -
- -
- -
- -

- -
- -
- -
- -


- -


E-I.1


.I~ ~
.I~ P
.I~ ~IP
U-

U-
u--p
~ -
U--


Alachua
Brevard
Broward
Charlotte
Collier
Dade
Duval
Escambia
Hillsborough
Jackson
Lee
Leon
Orange
Palm Beach
Pinellas
Polk
Sarasota
St. Lucie
Volusia


-p-p-i___


100 200 300 400 500
100 200 300 400 500


Note: Rate per 10,000 female population aged 15-44.


Source: Table 3.11


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TABLES LISTED BY MAJOR HEADINGS

HEADING PAGE

ABORTIONS:
Table 3.07. REPORTED TERMINATIONS OF PREGNANCY IN FLORIDA, 1985 THROUGH 1996 88
Table 3.11. REPORTED TERMINATIONS OF PREGNANCY IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES
OF FLORIDA, 1990 THROUGH 1996 93
ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY SYNDROME (AIDS):
Table 3.28. ADULT CASES OF AIDS, 1995, AND CUMULATIVE CASES, JANUARY 1, 1980
THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 1996, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 100
BIRTH AND DEATH RATES:
Table 3.01. RESIDENT LIVE BIRTH AND DEATH RATES BY RACE IN FLORIDA AND THE
UNITED STATES, 1986 THROUGH 1996 83
Table 3.10. RESIDENT LIVE BIRTH AND DEATH RATES BY RACE IN THE STATE AND
COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1996 91
BIRTHS:
Table 3.02. NUMBER OF RESIDENT LIVE BIRTHS BY AGE OF MOTHER IN FLORIDA, 1991
THROUGH 1996 83
BIRTHS AND DEATHS:
Table 3.09. NUMBER OF RESIDENT LIVE BIRTHS AND DEATHS, 1995 AND 1996, AND
NUMBER BY RACE, 1996, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 89
BIRTHS TO TEENAGERS:
Table 3.06. NUMBER, PERCENTAGE, AND RATE BY RACE OF THE MOTHER IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1996 86
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, 1996 84
CHILD WELL-BEING:
Table 3.20. INDICATORS OF CHILD WELL-BEING IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES
OF FLORIDA, 1994 98
DEATHS:
Table 3.15. DEATH RATES BY LEADING CAUSE IN THE STATE, LOCAL HEALTH COUNCILS
DISTRICTS, AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1991 TO 1995 94
Table 3.17. NUMBER OF RESIDENT DEATHS BY CAUSE IN FLORIDA, 1994, 1995, AND 1996 96
Table 3.18. NUMBER OF RESIDENT DEATHS AND DEATH RATES BY LEADING CAUSE AND
BY RACE IN FLORIDA, 1996 97
Table 3.19. RESIDENT ACCIDENT AND SUICIDE DEATHS AND DEATH RATES BY RACE
AND SEX IN FLORIDA, 1992 THROUGH 1996 97
INFANT DEATHS:
Table 3.08. NUMBER AND RATE OF RESIDENT INFANT DEATHS BY RACE IN FLORIDA,
1985 THROUGH 1996 88
MARRIAGES AND DISSOLUTIONS OF MARRIAGE:
Table 3.32. NUMBER PERFORMED OR GRANTED IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF
FLORIDA, 1995 AND 1996 101














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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, 1986 THROUGH 1996


Birth rates Death rates
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.

1986 14.3 15.6 12.6 14.6 23.9 21.4 10.5 8.8 11.0 9.0 7.6 7.5
1987 14.5 15.7 12.8 14.6 24.3 21.7 10.5 8.8 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 7.4
1991 14.6 16.3 12.9 15.4 23.9 20.6 10.2 8.6 10.7 8.9 7.3 7.3
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 15.2 12.2 14.4 21.6 19.9 10.5 8.8 11.1 9.1 7.5 7.3
1995 13.3 15.0 12.0 (NA) 19.8 (NA) 10.7 8.8 11.3 9.1 7.4 7.2
1996 13.1 (NA) 11.8 (NA) 19.5 (NA) 10.5 (NA) 11.2 (NA) 7.0 (NA)

(NA) Not available.
Note: Rates per 1,000 population based on July 1 population estimates for noncen-
sus years. Some data are revised; some 1995 or 1996 data are preliminary.
Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Statistical Abstract
of the United States, 1997, annual editions and State of Florida, Department of
Health, Office of Vital Statistics, Public Health Statistics Section, Florida Vital
Statistics Annual Report, 1996, preliminary final, and previous editions.



Table 3.02. BIRTHS: NUMBER OF RESIDENT LIVE BIRTHS BY AGE OF MOTHER IN FLORIDA
1991 THROUGH 1996


Age of mother 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 A/

All ages 193,717 191,530 192,453 190,546 188,535 189,338
Less than 13 (NA) (NA) (NA) 24 20 25
13 (NA) (NA) (NA) 132 128 110
14 (NA) (NA) (NA) 594 588 507
15 1,559 1,598 1,635 1,646 1,583 1,542
16 3,125 3,035 3,228 3,341 3,236 3,172
17 5,087 4,910 4,856 5,151 5,166 4,791
18 7,240 6,874 6,833 6,753 6,971 6,694
19 9,255 8,758 8,455 8,524 8,112 8,596
20-24 51,544 50,703 50,420 48,540 46,865 46,331
25-29 56,974 55,097 53,612 51,017 49,649 50,496
30-34 40,442 41,043 42,545 43,423 43,689 43,339
35-39 15,216 16,013 17,166 18,053 19,020 (NA)
35-44 (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA) 23,588
40 years and over 2,433 2,684 2,891 3,295 3,472 (NA)
45 years and over (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA) 115
Age not stated 86 74 40 53 36 32
Less than 19 years, number 17,767 17,158 17,324 17,641 17,692 16,841
Percentage of total 9.2 9.0 9.0 9.3 9.4 8.9

(NA) Not available.
A/ Preliminary.
Source: State of Florida, Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, Pub-
lic Health Statistics Section, Florida Vital Statistics Annual Report, 1996, prelim-
inary final, 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, 1996


Births to unwed mothers
Percent- Age of mother Race of mother
Num- age of Under 20 and White Non-


total


20 over


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


Total
resi-
dent
live
births

189,338

2,480
282
1,958

323
5,004
19,927

144
993
871

1,644
2,495
670

31,843
371
150

11,893
3,850
309

98
655
137

78
164
149

462
581
1,014

854
13,673
203
979

547
155
71
1,949


ber 1/

68,082

853
105
636

113
1,455
6,624

45
312
286

406
902
269

12,973
147
62

4,204
1,548
102

30
385
47

30
65
64

148
273
363

351
5,116
64
335

199
77
24
724


36.0 20,312 47,759 38,509 29,546

34.4 264 589 349 504
37.2 33 72 76 29
32.5 209 427 407 229

35.0 47 66 63 50
29.1 438 1,017 1,020 434
33.2 1,702 4,921 2,809 3,813

31.3 15 30 28 17
31.4 91 221 276 36
32.8 81 205 263 23

24.7 137 269 328 78
36.2 259 642 701 201
40.1 97 171 163 106

40.7 3,147 9,824 6,480 6,481
39.6 57 90 88 59
41.3 25 37 51 11

35.3 1,409 2,794 1,675 2,527
40.2 505 1,043 649 899
33.0 40 62 67 35

30.6 11 19 15 15
58.8 144 241 73 312
34.3 19 28 39 8

38.5 12 18 17 13
39.6 24 41 38 27
43.0 27 37 24 40

32.0 62 86 126 22
47.0 109 164 186 87
35.8 123 240 310 53

41.1 113 238 225 126
37.4 1,665 3,450 3,025 2,087
31.5 24 40 57 7
34.2 117 218 207 128

36.4 63 136 99 100
49.7 28 49 12 65
33.8 7 17 14 10
37.1 261 463 513 211



Continued .

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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, 1996 (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 4,450 1,644 36.9 528 1,116 1,200 444
Leon 2,789 929 33.3 279 650 292 636
Levy 362 135 37.3 62 73 99 36

Liberty 80 27 33.8 7 20 18 9
Madison 210 113 53.8 36 77 28 85
Manatee 2,880 1,128 39.2 392 736 803 325

Marion 2,503 970 38.8 346 624 613 356
Martin 1,132 370 32.7 102 268 248 122
Monroe 871 280 32.1 52 228 232 48

Nassau 698 193 27.7 67 126 148 45
Okaloosa 2,363 574 24.3 170 404 399 175
Okeechobee 435 152 34.9 62 90 126 26

Orange 11,737 4,284 36.5 1,330 2,953 2,395 1,889
Osceola 2,041 701 34.3 231 470 596 105
Palm Beach 12,582 4,220 33.5 1,168 3,050 2,135 2,083

Pasco 3,214 1,076 33.5 343 733 988 88
Pinellas 9,177 3,289 35.8 926 2,362 2,063 1,225
Polk 6,193 2,662 43.0 925 1,737 1,665 997

Putnam 905 383 42.3 145 238 197 186
St. Johns 1,148 322 28.0 104 218 221 101
St. Lucie 2,145 844 39.3 257 587 423 420

Santa Rosa 1,401 349 24.9 138 211 298 51
Sarasota 2,518 741 29.4 215 526 568 173
Seminole 4,367 1,167 26.7 364 803 789 378

Sumter 380 167 43.9 68 99 108 59
Suwannee 380 128 33.7 48 80 88 40
Taylor 228 78 34.2 24 54 39 39
Union 120 38 31.7 16 22 27 11

Volusia 4,202 1,496 35.6 451 1,045 1,032 464
Wakulla 224 71 31.7 21 50 54 17
Walton 376 117 31.1 41 76 90 27
Washington 251 97 38.6 29 68 54 43


1/ Includes data for mothers whose age was not stated.
2/ Persons designating "Hispanic" as a race were counted as white.
Correction: Data for births to unwed nonwhite mothers were erroneously duplicated
as births to unwed white mothers in the 1996 Abstract. See source for births to un-
wed white mothers in 1995.
Source: State of Florida, Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, Pub-
lic Health Statistics Section, Florida Vital Statistics Annual Report, 1996, prelim-
inary final.

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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, 1996


Births to mothers under age 20
White Nonwhite
As a per- As a per-


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


Number

15,554

146
48
221

45
396
828

15
106
109

171
302
85

1,993
59
34

851
296
28

18
36
25

9
31
27

91
101
150

106
1,323
39
97

61
6
3
271


centage
of all
white
births

10.9

8.8
19.8
13.9

17.2
9.3
6.3

12.3
11.6
13.3

11.6
13.9
16.3

9.2
20.1
25.4

11.2
11.7
10.9

22.8
14.6
19.7

15.5
23.8
29.7

21.2
21.4
16.0

15.5
12.6
20.5
12.2

15.6
7.6
4.9
16.5


Teenage
birth rate to
mothers aged 15-19
Non-
White A/ white B/

48.4 102.2


Number

9,875

183
3
84

21
157
1,108

10
12
5

35
65
45

1,848
28
4

916
330
18

6
123
2

7
11
14

14
35
26

47
741
1
51

35
27
5
85


centage
of all
nonwhite
births

21.1

22.5
7.7
22.8

33.9
20.8
16.5

45.5
14.8
9.6

20.6
20.3
30.2

18.4
36.4
25.0

21.5
25.2
36.0

31.6
30.1
20.0

35.0
33.3
24.1

42.4
32.4
32.9

27.3
23.6
7.7
28.2

22.6
35.5
50.0
27.6


See footnotes at end of table.

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19.4
66.3
58.2

74.6
36.6
34.7

39.4
40.7
48.4

40.4
70.5
57.0

45.6
101.0
95.4

55.8
42.0
35.0

74.7
80.8
71.0

44.8
86.1
87.0

126.9
121.9
57.6

73.3
59.7
78.5
47.5

55.5
22.0
16.8
75.1


71.7
32.6
98.9

152.2
85.4
103.0

130.4
45.5
34.7

79.8
177.7
102.9

90.7
169.8
173.9

114.2
107.7
135.3

111.1
92.3
66.7

82.4
114.6
55.8

259.3
142.9
118.7

117.2
127.3
32.3
24.5

67.1
103.2
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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, 1996 (Continued)


Births to mothers under age 20
White Nonwhite
As a per- As a per-


centage
of all
white
Number births


centage
of all
nonwhite
Number births


County


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 a race were
counted as white.

Source: State of Florida, Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, Pub-
lic Health Statistics Section, Florida Vital Statistics Annual Report, 1996, prelim-
inary final.


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Teenage
birth rate to
mothers aged 15-19
Non-
White A/ white B/

55.6 153.0
17.3 41.8
90.2 127.5

72.2 0.0
44.4 89.7
78.7 159.1

59.5 115.1
42.7 108.3
43.2 88.1

63.7 74.6
50.6 63.5
84.0 135.1

47.9 99.8
67.8 99.4
39.3 123.0

62.9 92.8
39.4 115.4
74.5 33.3

76.4 134.1
34.7 99.1
41.4 125.6

60.2 88.4
33.3 12.4
31.7 104.4

58.5 118.4
63.3 84.7
57.7 69.4
75.4 65.2

41.4 92.0
42.6 48.5
65.2 135.9
59.3 78.3


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 3.07. ABORTIONS: REPORTED TERMINATIONS OF PREGNANCY IN FLORIDA
1985 THROUGH 1996


Resident
live
births

163,732
167,628
175,072
183,998
192,887
199,146
193,717
191,530
192,453
190,546
188,535
189,338


Total known
pregnancies 1/
Rate per
100 women
Number aged 15-44

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
270,856 9.3


Abortion
rate
per 100
preg-
nancies

24.3
22.9
23.0
26.0
24.3
24.7
26.7
26.4
26.5
27.6
28.2
29.6


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, Office of Vital Statistics, Pub-
lic Health Statistics Section, Florida Vital Statistics Annual Report, 1996, prelim-
inary final, previous editions, and unpublished data.



Table 3.08. INFANT DEATHS: NUMBER AND RATE OF RESIDENT INFANT DEATHS BY RACE
IN FLORIDA, 1985 THROUGH 1996


Number of deaths
White Non-
2/ white

1,128 718
1,097 739
1,039 802
1,167 782
1,141 756
1,121 786
966 758
987 695
951 699
927 611
840 562
821 583


Mortality rate
per 1,000 live births
Total White Non-
1/ 2/ 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, Office of Vital Statistics, Pub-
lic Health Statistics Section, Florida Vital Statistics Annual Report, 1996, prelim-
inary final, previous editions, and unpublished data.


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Induced
abor-
tions 2/

53,011
50,262
52,697
65,153
62,626
66,073
71,254
69,285
70,069
73,394
74,749
80,040


Total


1,846
1,837
1,844
1,949
1,899
1,909
1,726
1,685
1,654
1,540
1,402
1,405


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Table 3.09. BIRTHS AND DEATHS: NUMBER OF RESIDENT LIVE BIRTHS AND DEATHS
1995 AND 1996, AND NUMBER BY RACE, 1996, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES
OF FLORIDA


Number Number
of Number of births, 1996 of Number of deaths, 1996
births Total White Non- deaths Total White Non-
County 1995 1/ 2/ white 1995 1/ 2/ white

Florida 188,535 189,338 142,391 46,846 151,619 152,697 135,773 16,858


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.


2,444
308
1,997

270
4,908
20,059

137
932
850

1,647
2,478
660

32,089
381
160

11,541
3,830
322

94
640
150

63
125
148

444
608
1,028

828
13,499
187

959
473
158

66
2,027
4,270


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2,480 1,666 813 1,360
282 243 39 155
1,958 1,585 368 1,248

323 261 62 252
5,004 4,247 756 4,274
19,927 13,219 6,696 15,804

144 122 22 132
993 912 81 1,950
871 819 52 1,727

1,644 1,474 170 886
2,495 2,175 320 1,780
670 521 149 496

31,843 21,745 10,062 19,181
371 294 77 311
150 134 16 124

11,893 7,632 4,257 6,261
3,850 2,540 1,310 2,466
309 258 50 455

98 79 19 136
655 246 408 440
137 127 10 115

78 58 20 114
164 130 33 143
149 91 58 120

462 429 33 202
581 473 108 255
1,014 935 79 1,718

854 682 172 1,266
13,673 10,521 3,136 8,060
203 190 13 198

979 798 181 1,281
547 392 155 475
155 79 76 140

71 61 10 47
1,949 1,641 308 2,485
4,450 3,841 607 4,480


1,406 1,080 326
170 152 18
1,282 1,138 143

279 239 40
4,454 4,185 269
15,921 14,244 1,665

144 129 15
1,900 1,841 59
1,713 1,694 19

879 835 43
1,965 1,900 65
535 435 100

18,501 15,020 3,472
297 268 29
117 110 7

6,205 4,520 1,682
2,600 2,059 540
503 443 60

108 102 6
438 189 249
143 136 7

108 92 16
164 138 26
133 89 44

207 191 16
263 223 40
1,820 1,780 40

1,131 1,056 74
8,013 6,932 1,078
240 232 8

1,367 1,279 88
489 382 107
120 68 52

52 50 2
2,490 2,334 155
4,645 4,438 203








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Table 3.09. BIRTHS AND DEATHS: NUMBER OF RESIDENT LIVE BIRTHS AND DEATHS
1995 AND 1996, AND NUMBER BY RACE, 1996, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES
OF FLORIDA (Continued)


Number Number
of Number of births, 1996 of Number of deaths, 1996
births Total White Non- deaths Total White Non-
County 1995 1/ 2/ white 1995 1/ 2/ white

Leon 2,785 2,789 1,753 1,035 1,312 1,312 952 359
Levy 346 362 314 48 365 372 342 30
Liberty 58 80 70 10 52 52 42 10

Madison 182 210 102 108 184 180 105 75
Manatee 2,834 2,880 2,416 462 3,142 3,069 2,906 162
Marion 2,670 2,503 1,958 544 2,866 3,030 2,762 268

Martin 1,100 1,132 941 191 1,475 1,504 1,451 53
Monroe 830 871 783 88 724 741 697 44
Nassau 696 698 622 75 410 426 382 44

Okaloosa 2,450 2,363 1,970 393 1,165 1,127 1,032 94
Okeechobee 496 435 393 42 346 367 337 30
Orange 11,639 11,737 8,611 3,124 5,599 5,702 4,755 945

Osceola 2,009 2,041 1,801 238 1,191 1,135 1,069 66
Palm Beach 12,281 12,582 9,203 3,373 11,742 11,890 10,805 1,074
Pasco 3,339 3,214 3,048 165 4,814 4,974 4,918 55

Pinellas 9,237 9,177 7,382 1,794 12,381 12,424 11,756 665
Polk 6,145 6,193 4,838 1,354 4,818 4,816 4,266 548
Putnam 941 905 656 249 816 835 718 117

St. Johns 1,158 1,148 994 154 952 1,032 918 113
St. Lucie 2,110 2,145 1,534 610 2,047 1,993 1,694 298
Santa Rosa 1,361 1,401 1,278 123 661 762 729 33

Sarasota 2,505 2,518 2,265 253 4,479 4,528 4,385 142
Seminole 4,374 4,367 3,708 659 2,210 2,213 1,977 235
Sumter 424 380 304 76 506 442 396 46

Suwannee 352 380 314 66 371 398 343 55
Taylor 213 228 176 52 217 202 159 43
Union 129 120 106 14 188 165 123 42

Volusia 4,301 4,202 3,515 687 5,359 5,466 5,092 372
Wakulla 208 224 194 30 156 154 131 23
Walton 358 376 334 42 322 362 335 26
Washington 224 251 188 63 212 222 193 28





1/ 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, Office of Vital Statistics, Pub-
lic Health Statistics Section, Florida Vital Statistics Annual Report, 1996, prelim-
inary final, and previous edition.

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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, 1996


Birth rate
White
Total 1/

13.1 11.8


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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Non-


County

Florida


white

19.5

18.7
12.2
17.8

10.7
15.8
23.2

9.3
10.3
14.2

15.0
25.4
14.7

20.1
13.8
11.6

20.4
19.1
11.4

10.4
15.5
7.5

9.9
9.8
10.9

12.2
16.1
12.7

18.5
21.1
7.9

19.1
11.9
13.5

6.7
16.4
19.2


Death rate
White Non-


1/ white

11.2 7.0


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Total

10.5

7.0
8.2
9.0

11.3
9.8
11.4

11.7
14.3
15.6

6.9
9.9
10.2

9.1
10.9
9.1

8.5
9.1
12.5

10.4
9.6
11.5

11.4
11.9
9.8

9.2
8.6
14.7

14.3
8.8
13.9

13.2
10.2
8.8

7.4
13.5
11.9









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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, 1996 (Continued)


Birth rate
White Non-


1/ white


Death rate
White Non-
Total 1/ white


1/ Persons designating "Hispanic" as a race were counted as white.
Note: Rates per 1,000 population, July 1, 1996. 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, Office of Vital Statistics, Pub-
lic Health Statistics Section, Florida Vital Statistics Annual Report, 1996, prelim-
inary final.


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Total


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 3.11. ABORTIONS: REPORTED TERMINATIONS OF PREGNANCY IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1990 THROUGH 1996


1996
County 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 Number Rate 1/

Florida 66,073 71,254 69,285 70,069 73,394 74,749 80,040 274.4

Alachua 3,070 2,943 2,708 2,684 2,473 2,552 2,454 436.9
Bay 28 57 96 82 65 0 0 0.0
Brevard 1,886 1,799 1,325 1,300 1,418 1,467 1,363 152.3

Broward 8,398 7,982 7,452 7,919 8,199 8,668 9,662 341.6
Charlotte 0 1 1 228 174 207 245 134.4
Collier 382 302 152 271 314 306 325 99.1

Dade 10,720 13,934 14,344 18,046 18,180 20,612 22,254 504.3
De Soto 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0.0
Duval 5,820 6,079 6,012 5,973 5,451 4,671 5,363 316.4

Escambia 2,002 2,080 1,935 2,116 2,664 2,531 2,698 420.3
Hillsborough 5,425 5,225 5,362 5,524 5,541 5,425 5,711 278.1
Jackson 0 2 3 1 1 0 3 3.2

Lee 1,874 2,131 1,937 1,725 1,748 1,674 1,879 283.1
Leon 4,128 3,220 2,858 3,063 3,018 2,886 2,787 433.1
Manatee 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0.0

Marion 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0.0
Monroe 2 0 5 1 1 0 0 0.0
Okaloosa 920 805 848 515 0 0 0 0.0

Orange 6,045 7,365 6,690 4,447 7,063 7,226 8,559 459.0
Palm Beach 4,277 4,219 4,587 4,860 5,934 6,086 6,396 351.6
Pinellas 5,769 5,562 5,239 5,026 4,601 4,232 4,181 257.9

Polk 1,513 1,554 1,576 1,466 1,459 1,452 1,540 177.6
St. Lucie 863 973 932 1,069 509 352 421 130.0
Santa Rosa 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0.0

Sarasota 2,441 2,236 2,067 1,934 2,011 1,896 1,938 418.1
Seminole 320 389 535 579 0 0 0 0.0
Volusia 190 2,396 2,621 1,237 2,568 2,505 2,261 295.5















1/ Rate per 10,000 female population aged 15-44.
Note: Only counties reporting induced terminations of pregnancy are shown.

Source: State of Florida, Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, Pub-
lic Health Statistics Section, unpublished data.

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Table 3.15. DEATHS: DEATH RATES BY LEADING CAUSE IN THE STATE, LOCAL HEALTH
COUNCILS DISTRICTS, AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1991 TO 1995

(rate per 100,000 population)


District
and county

Florida

Northwest--l
Escambia
Okaloosa
Santa Rosa
Walton
Big Bend--2
Bay
Calhoun
Franklin
Gadsden
Gulf
Holmes
Jackson
Jefferson
Leon
Liberty
Madison
Taylor
Wakulla
Washington
North Central--3
Alachua
Bradford
Citrus
Columbia
Dixie
Gilchrist
Hamilton
Hernando
Lafayette
Lake
Levy
Marion
Putnam
Sumter
Suwannee
Union 2/
Northeast Central--4
Baker
Clay
Duval
Flagler
Nassau
St. Johns
Volusia


All Heart
causes dis-
1/ ease

498.4 133.4

538.0 153.8
568.0 151.4
504.2 156.4
508.2 151.2
544.8 171.2
547.2 143.8
539.8 138.8
659.6 176.7
576.8 150.7
656.5 170.0
631.7 176.8
620.5 187.4
552.7 163.3
549.8 135.2
485.9 114.1
527.0 139.7
587.7 174.8
666.1 176.7
539.4 133.4
593.0 176.2
517.1 137.5
533.6 117.4
659.8 155.9
471.0 139.1
588.5 166.0
563.6 144.1
577.6 143.8
600.3 165.0
460.8 125.2
515.6 134.6
480.6 131.1
551.0 131.7
518.5 140.7
602.4 144.6
555.5 176.4
634.6 166.4
1,018.6 205.3
543.2 148.9
628.6 166.6
527.0 157.7
593.0 160.9
457.1 119.5
593.1 166.7
488.6 116.3
508.5 144.2


Pneu-
monia
Lung and
dis- influ-
Cancer Stroke ease enza


128.6

139.9
146.9
139.4
123.8
129.6
138.6
144.1
156.4
149.0
147.8
152.5
140.5
126.5
137.0
127.8
144.3
131.0
171.7
159.9
138.9
138.1
137.6
173.1
137.0
136.9
157.3
140.4
175.9
132.6
113.8
136.2
151.9
138.5
149.2
131.8
142.2
227.2
141.7
163.1
142.9
149.5
123.3
152.6
141.4
134.0


24.3 19.7

30.1 23.0
34.3 23.1
21.9 23.8
31.1 24.8
25.6 17.9
28.5 26.8
23.7 33.7
29.5 37.5
30.2 28.1
43.2 22.9
33.7 26.3
21.3 31.3
25.0 22.6
41.9 20.2
30.4 21.4
21.7 25.5
40.4 16.1
30.6 35.9
15.5 29.6
22.8 34.2
28.0 21.7
30.0 20.1
41.6 35.0
22.9 19.1
35.6 39.2
32.7 26.9
33.0 32.5
28.6 21.0
20.2 17.2
36.1 24.0
25.7 19.1
27.5 22.5
34.8 20.9
25.2 27.7
26.7 24.8
37.9 41.8
30.3 33.6
27.0 25.0
33.3 48.4
24.7 27.8
31.0 28.0
16.6 15.3
25.8 29.9
23.3 20.1
25.4 22.3


Motor
vehi-
cle
HIV/ Dia- cra-
AIDS betes shes

26.2 11.0 18.4

10.7 12.9 17.8
16.5 15.3 15.4
4.4 9.8 14.4
6.0 11.9 26.8
8.9 10.6 31.4
10.9 15.3 22.4
11.9 12.0 16.6
1.7 22.5 42.0
5.6 24.6 20.1
14.2 28.2 37.2
2.1 16.3 28.2
6.3 20.1 49.5
6.5 16.2 30.6
15.6 15.0 33.4
12.7 12.4 15.5
6.1 12.2 13.0
8.1 13.2 29.9
7.9 28.3 37.5
9.1 18.5 37.5
9.3 12.0 27.5
15.7 12.1 25.2
15.7 17.5 16.4
17.9 19.8 26.2
6.5 9.2 25.0
10.5 15.4 29.0
3.7 11.0 35.7
6.4 18.3 41.0
9.1 12.2 25.5
11.4 10.4 24.5
2.8 24.1 28.3
10.6 10.0 24.3
6.2 15.5 24.6
12.9 12.2 29.4
10.1 13.3 38.9
12.5 10.7 32.5
16.5 18.2 42.1
266.7 15.3 24.7
16.3 12.5 17.7
4.1 12.2 20.6
7.1 10.3 18.7
20.1 14.9 15.6
15.9 12.1 25.6
7.2 15.2 32.6
11.8 6.6 17.7
14.8 11.5 19.3


See footnotes at end of table.

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