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 Front Cover
 Table of Contents
 Preface
 Population
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 Education
 Income and wealth
 Labor force, employment, and...
 Social insurance and welfare
 Physical geography and environ...
 Agriculture
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 Construction
 Manufacturing
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 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/UF00080556/00006
 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: 1999
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: VID00006
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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Full Text



Florida
Statistical Abstract
1999

Thirty-third Edition





Bureau of Economic and Business Research
Warrington College of Business Administration
UNIVERSITY OF
FLORIDA









UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


Charles E. Young, Interim President

WARRINGTON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

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CONTENTS


Page

Preface iv

Maps and Figures

Counties and Metropolitan Statistical Areas effective
December 31, 1992, to present vi
Planning Districts 51
Health Districts 256
Water Management Districts 279
National Weather Station Offices 285
Crop-reporting Districts 335

Tables

Human Resources
1.00 Population 1
2.00 Housing 79
3.00 Vital Statistics and Health 91
4.00 Education 115
5.00 Income and Wealth 155
6.00 Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings 212
7.00 Social Insurance and Welfare 246

Physical Resources and Industries
8.00 Physical Geography and Environment 268
9.00 Agriculture 294
10.00 Forestry, Fisheries, and Minerals 342
11.00 Construction 353
12.00 Manufacturing 373
13.00 Transportation 405
14.00 Communications 436
15.00 Power and Energy 447

Services
16.00 Wholesale and Retail Trade 468
17.00 Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate 493
18.00 Personal and Business Services 516
19.00 Tourism and Recreation 529
20.00 Health, Education, and Cultural Services 550

Public Resources and Administration
21.00 Government and Elections 597
22.00 Courts and Law Enforcement 619
23.00 Government Finance and Employment 657

Economic and Social Trends
24.00 Economic Indicators and Prices 723
25.00 State Comparisons 741

Appendix. Explanatory Notes and Sources 759
Glossary 781
Index to Census Tables in Previous Abstracts 794
Index to 1999 Edition 799











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Counties and Metropolitan Statistical Areas

Effective December 31, 1992 to present




Tallahassee
SANTA L HOl MES JACKSON MSA
o SA S LTO s O" SN JEFFERS HAMILTON NSA Jacksonville
Pensacola ALmO LEON MAso MSA0
MS my AS E -.,ER I MSA
Ft. Walton LIuERn WULLA Y LUM I C
Beach MSA E r
Panama GULF ANS F^YE Ao S
City MSA C D U L ^ AurTA \
DIXIE ALACHUA PUTNAM
Gainesville
MSA LEW ION Daytona
Daytona Beach MSA eachMSA
Flagler County Ocala MSA CITRS LE i Orlando MSA
Volusia County EMINO
Tampa-St. TMelb e"
Ft. Lauderdale PMSA* Petersburg- A OR ANGE Titusville-
Broward County Clearwater as osEoLA Palm Bay
MSA
MSA
Ft. Myers-Cape Coral MSA Lakeland-Wntr LL POLK REVA D
Broward County LakelandWlnter INI
BrowarHaven MSA RVER Ft. Pierce-

Ft. Pierce-Port St. Lucie MSA Sarasota-" MSTEE HE CHO L Pt Stcie
Martin County Bradenton DESSo MSA
St. Lucie County MSA A H T G MARTIN
Punta Gorda MSA est Palm
Ft. Walton Beach MSA Punta Gorda MS PAL e a
B CW Beach-Boca
Okaloosa County Ft.Mye- Raton MSA
Ft. Myers- Raton MSA
Gainesville MSA Orlando MSA Cape Coral MSA Lauddale
Alachua County Lake County CL PMSA
Orange County Naples MSA P
Jacksonville MSA Osceola County MONMia
Clay County Seminole County DE PMSA
Duval County
Nassau County Panama City MSA
St. Johns County Bay County
MONROE I ^
Lakeland-Winter Haven MSA Pensacola MSA rl
Polk County Escambia County


Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay MSA
Brevard County

Miami PMSA*
Miami-Dade County

Naples MSA
Collier County

Ocala MSA
Marion 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


*Miami-Ft. Lauderdale CMSA.










Population




Cuban and Haitian Entrants to Florida, 1977


0-4
5-9
10-14
15-19
20-24
25-29
A 30-34

e 35-39
40-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
60-64
65 and over

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130

OMale M Female

0-4 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-29 30-34
Male 16 27 26 23 45 106 123
Female 13 31 39 27 57 87 83
Total 29 58 65 50 102 193 206

65 and
35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64 over
Male 65 36 31 17 9 6 2
Female 55 36 29 18 10 7 7
Total 120 72 60 35 19 13 9

Note: Excludes Cubans arriving directly from Havana (lottery).
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SECTION 1.00
POPULATION

TABLES LISTED BY MAJOR HEADINGS

HEADING PAGE

AGE AND SEX:
Table 1.31. ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP AND MEDIAN AGE IN THE STATE AND
COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1998 19
AGE AND SEX PROJECTIONS:
Table 1.38. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, AND PROJECTIONS,
APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, BY AGE AND SEX IN FLORIDA 34
AGE PROJECTIONS:
Table 1.41. PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, BY AGE IN THE STATE AND
COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 40
AGE, RACE, AND SEX:
Table 1.30. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, BY AGE,
RACE, AND SEX IN FLORIDA 18
BLACK POPULATION:
Table 1.33. ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
APRIL 1, 1998 25
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, 1998 54
COUNTIES:
Table 1.19. CENSUS COUNTS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1940 THROUGH 1990 6
Table 1.20. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL I, 1980 AND 1990, AND POPULATION ESTIMATES, APRIL 1,
1991 THROUGH 1998, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 9
COUNTIES AND CITIES:
Table 1.25. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND POPULATION ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, IN
THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES OF FLORIDA 12
COUNTY RANKINGS AND DENSITY:
Table 1.77. POPULATION ESTIMATES, RANK, PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION, LAND AREA, AND
DENSITY IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1998 63
HISPANIC POPULATION:
Table 1.36. ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF
FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1995 28
HEALTH DISTRICTS:
Table 1.67. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND POPULATION ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, IN
THE STATE, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH DISTRICTS, AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 52
HOMELESS POPULATION:
Table 1.81. ESTIMATED DAILY HOMELESS POPULATION IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF
FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1997-98 67
IMMIGRANTS:
Table 1.89. NEW ARRIVALS BY PORT OF ENTRY IN FLORIDA AND IN THE UNITED STATES,
FISCAL YEARS 1996 AND 1997 75
Table 1.90. NUMBER ADMITTED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRY OF BIRTH AND RESIDENCE IN
FLORIDA AND THE UNTIED STATES, FISCAL YEAR 1997 75
Table 1.91. NUMBER ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OF BIRTH AND INTENDED RESIDENCE IN
THE METROPOLITAN AREAS OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1997 76
INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION:
Table 1.80. ESTIMATED NUMBER OF INMATES AND PATIENTS IN THE STATE, COUNTIES,
AND MUNICIPALITIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1998 65
MALE AND FEMALE PROJECTIONS:
Table 1.40. PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, BY SEX IN THE STATE AND
COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 37
MEDIAN AGE:
Table 1.39. CENSUS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, IN
THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 36



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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 POPULATION ESTIMATES, APRIL I,
1998, IN THE STATE AND METROPOLITAN AREAS OF FLORIDA 49
MIGRATION:
Table 1.74. STATE-TO-STATE MIGRATION FLOWS FOR FLORIDA, 1990 AND 1996 56
Table 1.75. MIGRATION FLOWS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1993
THROUGH 1996 58
Table 1.76 EXCHANGED MIGRANTS BY AREA OF EXCHANGE IN THE COUNTIES OF FLORIDA,
1996 61
PERSONS AGED 65 AND OVER:
Table 1.37. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, BY AGE IN
THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 31
Table 1.42. PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, BY AGE IN THE STATE AND
COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 43
PLANNING DISTRICTS:
Table 1.66. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND POPULATION ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, IN
THE STATE, COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING DISTRICTS, AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 50
Table 1.83. POPULATION ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, AND PROJECTIONS, SPECIFIED YEARS,
APRIL 1, 2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE AND COMPREHENSIVE
PLANNING DISTRICTS OF FLORIDA 68
POPULOUS CITIES:
Table 1.69. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND POPULATION ESTIMATES, APRIL I,
1998, IN THE 1998 MOST POPULOUS CITIES OF FLORIDA 53
PROJECTIONS:
Table 1.84. POPULATION ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, AND PROJECTIONS, SPECIFIED YEARS
APRIL 1, 2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 69
REFUGEES:
Table 1.92. CUBAN AND HAITIAN ENTRANTS BY AGE AND SEX ARRIVING IN FLORIDA,
FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 1998 77
Table 1.93. ARRIVALS BY COUNTRY OF ORIGIN AND BY AGE IN FLORIDA, FEDERAL FISCAL
YEAR 1998 77
Table 1.94. ARRIVALS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, FEDERAL FISCAL YEARS
1994THROUGH 1998 78
RACE:
Table 1.43. ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010,
BY RACE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 46
STATES:
Table 1.12. CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL I, 1990, POPULATION ESTIMATES, JULY 1, 1998, IN
FLORIDA, OTHER STATES, AND THE UNITED STATES 5
VETERANS:
Table 1.88. ESTIMATED NUMBER OF VETERANS IN CIVIL LIFE BY PERIOD OF SERVICE IN
FLORIDA AND THE UNITED STATES, JULY 1, 1997 75
WHITE POPULATION:
Table 1.32. ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
APRIL I, 1998 22













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


Census year
and date

Previous urban
definition I1

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 (X) (X)
54,477 19,747 56.9

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

187,748 47,324 33.7
269,493 81,745 43.5

391,422 121,929 45.2
528,542 137,120 35.0

752,619 224,077 42.4
968,470 215,851 28.7

1,468,211 499,741 51.6
1,897,414 429,203 29.2

2,771,305 873,891 46.1
4,951,560 2,180,255 78.7



2,771,305 873,891 46.1
4,951,560 2,180,255 78.7

6,791,418 1,839,858 37.2
9,746,324 2,954,906 43.5
12,937,926 3,191,602 32.8


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

15,275 8.1 172,473 91.9
26,947 10.0 242,546 90.0

77,358 19.8 314,064 80.2
107,031 20.3 421,511 79.7

219,080 29.1 533,539 70.9
353,515 36.5 614,955 63.5

759,778 51.7 708,433 48.3
1,045,791 55.1 851,623 44.9

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



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

5,544,551 81.6 1,244,892 18.3
8,212,385 84.3 1,533,939 15.7
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 surrounding area that together have a minimum population of 50,000.
Population not classified as urban constitutes the rural population. Rural classification need not imply farm
residence or a sparsely settled area because a small city is rural as long as it is outside an urbanized area
and has fewer than 2,500 persons.

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

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Table 1.12. STATES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND POPULATION ESTIMATES
JULY 1, 1998, IN FLORIDA, OTHER STATES, AND THE UNITED STATES


State

Florida

Alabama

Alaska
Arizona

Arkansas
California

Colorado
Connecticut

Delaware
District of
Columbia

Georgia
Hawaii

Idaho
Illinois

Indiana
Iowa

Kansas
Kentucky

Louisiana
Maine

Maryland
Massachusetts

Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi


Esti- Per-
Census mates centage
April 1 July 1 change
1990 1998 1990 to
(1,000) (1,000) 1998

12,938 14,916 15.3

4,040 4,352 7.7

550 614 11.6
3,665 4,669 27.4

2,351 2,538 8.0
29,786 32,667 9.7

3,294 3,971 20.5
3,287 3,274 -0.4

666 744 11.6

607 523 -13.8

6,478 7,642 18.0
1,108 1,193 7.6

1,007 1,229 22.0
11,431 12,045 5.4

5,544 5,899 6.4
2,777 2,862 3.1

2,478 2,629 6.1
3,687 3,936 6.8

4,222 4,369 3.5
1,228 1,244 1.3

4,781 5,135 7.4
6,016 6,147 2.2

9,295 9,817 5.6
4,376 4,725 8.0
2,575 2,752 6.9


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
United States


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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Esti- Per-
Census mates centage
April 1 July 1 change
1990 1998 1990 to
(1,000) (1,000) 1998

5,117 5,439 6.3
799 880 10.2
1,578 1,663 5.3

1,202 1,747 45.4
1,109 1,185 6.8

7,748 8,115 4.7
1,515 1,737 14.6

17,991 18,175 1.0
6,632 7,546 13.8

639 638 -0.1
10,847 11,209 3.3
3,146 3,347 6.4

2,842 3,282 15.5
11,883 12,001 1.0

1,003 988 -1.5
3,486 3,836 10.0

696 738 6.1
4,877 5,431 11.3

16,986 19,760 16.3
1,723 2,100 21.9

563 591 5.0
6,189 6,791 9.7

4,867 5,689 16.9
1,793 1,811 1.0

4,892 5,224 6.8
454 481 6.0
248,765 270,299 8.7











o County
SFlorida

) Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus

Clay
m Collier
c Columbia

r De Soto
o Dixie
Duval

Escambia
o Flagler
a Franklin

5 Gadsden
SGilchrist
Glades
SGulf
8 Hamilton
Hardee

Uj


Continued ..


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

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
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







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SCounty

" Hendry
. Hernando
g Highlands

Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River

Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette

Lake
Lee
Leon

= Levy
P Liberty
I Madison
0
SManatee
O Marion
Martin

. Miami-Dade
Monroe
b Nassau

Okaloosa
!. Okeechobee
S Orange


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

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

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

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
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
70,074 114,950 263,540 344,311 470,865 677,491 64.0 129.3 30.6 36.8 43.9


Continued ...







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


C:



o County
Osceola
:. Palm Beach
a. Pasco

Pinellas
Polk
Putnam

St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa

Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
W
S Suwannee
STaylor
6 Union
0
Volusia
A Wakulla
o Walton
e Washington





e
E
A.



I


1940

10,119
79,989
13,981

91,852
86,665
18,698

20,012
11,871
16,085

16,106
22,304
11,041

17,073
11,565
7,094
53,710
5,463
14,246
12,302


1950 1960 1970 1980

11,406 19,029 25,267 49,287
114,688 228,106 348,993 576,758
20,529 36,785 75,955 193,661

159,249 374,665 522,329 728,531
123,997 195,139 228,515 321,652
23,615 32,212 36,424 50,549

24,998 30,034 31,035 51,303
20,180 39,294 50,836 87,182
18,554 29,547 37,741 55,988

28,827 76,895 120,413 202,251
26,883 54,947 83,692 179,752
11,330 11,869 14,839 24,272

16,986 14,961 15,559 22,287
10,416 13,168 13,641 16,532
8,906 6,043 8,112 10,166

74,229 125,319 169,487 258,762
5,258 5,257 6,308 10,887
14,725 15,576 16,087 21,300
11,888 11,249 11,453 14,509


1990

107,728
863,503
281,131

851,659
405,382
65,070

83,829
150,171
81,608
277,776
287,521
31,577

26,780
17,111
10,252

370,737
14,202
27,759
16,919


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

12.7 66.8 32.8 95.1 118.6
43.4 98.9 53.0 65.3 49.7
46.8 79.2 106.5 155.0 45.2

73.4 135.3 39.4 39.5 16.9
43.1 57.4 17.1 40.8 26.0
26.3 36.4 13.1 38.8 28.7

24.9 20.1 3.3 65.3 63.4
70.0 94.7 29.4 71.5 72.3
15.3 59.2 27.7 48.3 45.8

79.0 166.7 56.6 68.0 37.3
20.5 104.4 52.3 114.8 60.0
2.6 4.8 25.0 63.6 30.1

-0.5 -11.9 4.0 43.2 20.2
-9.9 26.4 3.6 21.2 3.5
25.5 -32.1 34.2 25.3 0.8

38.2 68.8 35.2 52.7 43.3
-3.8 0.0 20.0 72.6 30.4
3.4 5.8 3.3 32.4 30.3
-3.4 -5.4 1.8 26.7 16.6


Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, The Urbanization of Florida's Population: An Historical Perspective
cr of County Growth, 1830-1970, and Florida Estimates of Population, Apil 1, 1998. Data from U.S. Bureau of the Census.








Table 1.20. COUNTIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND POPULATION ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1991 THROUGH 1998
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA

(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)


Census
SCounty 1980 1990

Florida 9,747.0 12,938.1

Alachua 151.4 181.6
Baker 15.3 18.5
Bay 97.7 127.0
Bradford 20.0 22.5

Brevard 273.0 399.0
Broward 1,018.3 1,255.5
Calhoun 9.3 11.0
Charlotte 58.5 111.0

Citrus 54.7 93.5
Clay 67.1 106.0
e Collier 86.0 152.1
o Columbia 35.4 42.6

D DeSoto 19.0 23.9
a Dixie 7.8 10.6
0 Duval 571.0 673.0
Escambia 233.8 262.8

m Flagler 10.9 28.7
' Franklin 7.7 9.0
SGadsden 41.7 41.1
Gilchrist 5.8 9.7

8 Glades 6.0 7.6
SGulf 10.7 11.5
m Hamilton 8.8 10.9

r See footnote at end of table.


Per-
centage
change
1990 to
1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1998

13,196.0 13,424.4 13,608.6 13,878.9 14,149.3 14,411.6 14,712.9 15,000.5 15.9

183.8 186.2 190.7 193.9 198.3 202.1 208.1 211.4 16.4
18.9 19.2 19.5 19.7 20.3 20.7 21.1 21.1 14.3
128.6 131.3 134.1 136.3 139.2 142.2 144.6 147.5 16.1
22.7 23.1 23.3 24.2 24.3 25.0 25.2 25.4 12.6

409.4 417.7 427.0 436.3 445.0 450.2 458.0 465.8 16.8
1,278.4 1,294.1 1,317.5 1,340.2 1,364.2 1,392.3 1,423.7 1,460.9 16.4
11.2 11.8 11.5 11.6 12.0 12.5 12.9 13.6 23.3
115.6 118.7 121.7 124.9 127.6 129.5 131.3 133.7 20.4

95.9 98.6 100.8 102.8 105.5 107.9 110.0 112.4 20.2
108.2 113.4 114.9 117.8 120.9 125.4 127.9 134.5 26.9
161.6 168.5 174.7 180.5 186.5 193.0 200.0 210.1 38.1
43.5 45.2 46.4 48.9 50.4 52.6 53.7 55.4 29.9

24.5 24.8 25.5 26.3 26.6 26.7 27.2 27.9 17.0
10.5 10.9 11.8 12.2 12.4 12.6 13.0 13.2 24.7
681.6 693.5 701.6 710.6 718.4 728.4 741.5 753.8 12.0
265.1 267.8 272.1 277.1 282.7 286.3 291.1 296.2 12.7

30.5 32.0 33.5 35.3 37.0 39.1 41.2 43.4 51.4
9.2 9.4 9.8 10.0 10.2 10.4 10.5 10.7 19.8
42.2 42.5 43.2 44.9 44.7 46.3 49.7 50.8 23.6
10.0 10.2 10.7 11.5 11.9 12.2 12.5 13.1 35.9

7.9 8.1 8.3 8.4 8.6 9.4 9.6 9.9 30.1
11.6 11.7 12.4 13.3 13.3 13.5 14.1 14.3 24.0
11.0 11.5 11.6 11.9 12.5 13.4 13.7 14.1 29.2


Continued ...








3. Table 1.20. COUNTIE

I



0. Cens
SCounty 1980

Hardee 20.4
Hendry 18.6
Hernando 44.5
Highlands 47.5

Hillsborough 646.9
Holmes 14.7
Indian River 59.9
Jackson 39.2

Jefferson 10.7
0 Lafayette 4.0
a Lake 104.9
a Lee 205.3

o Leon 148.7
Levy 19.9
Liberty 4.3
Madison 14.9
0
Manatee 148.4
Marion 122.5
a Martin 64.0
Miami-Dade 1,625.5

.Monroe 63.2
S Nassau 32.9
3 Okaloosa 109.9
y Okeechobee 20.3


w See footnote at end of table.


S: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND POPULATION ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1991 THROUGH 1998
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)

(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)


us
1990

19.5
25.8
101.1
68.4

834.1
15.8
90.2
41.4

11.3
5.6
152.1
335.1

192.5
25.9
5.6
16.6

211.7
194.8
100.9
1,937.2

78.0
43.9
143.8
29.6


1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

19.8 21.1 22.0 22.5 22.9 22.5 22.4 22.8
27.2 27.8 28.1 28.7 29.5 30.2 30.3 30.4
104.4 108.1 111.7 114.9 117.9 119.9 122.1 125.0
70.6 72.2 73.2 75.9 77.3 78.0 79.5 80.5

843.2 854.0 866.1 879.1 892.9 910.9 928.7 942.3
16.0 16.2 16.3 16.9 17.4 17.4 17.6 17.9
92.4 94.1 95.6 97.4 100.3 102.2 104.6 106.7
41.6 42.6 44.4 45.4 46.6 48.6 49.4 49.7

12.0 12.3 13.0 13.1 13.5 13.7 14.0 14.2
5.7 5.6 5.6 5.8 6.5 7.0 7.0 7.0
157.1 162.6 167.2 171.2 176.9 182.3 188.3 196.1
344.0 350.8 357.6 367.4 376.7 383.7 394.2 405.6

198.3 202.6 206.3 212.1 217.5 221.6 227.7 233.2
26.7 27.5 28.2 29.1 29.8 30.7 31.6 32.4
5.6 5.5 5.7 6.5 6.9 7.4 7.7 7.7
16.5 17.0 17.3 17.8 18.3 18.7 19.0 19.3

215.1 219.3 223.5 228.3 233.2 236.8 241.4 247.0
200.3 206.6 212.0 217.9 224.6 229.3 237.2 242.4
103.1 105.0 106.8 110.2 112.0 114.5 116.4 119.4
1,961.7 1,982.9 1,951.1 1,990.4 2,013.8 2,043.3 2,070.6 2,090.3

79.5 81.0 81.8 82.3 83.4 83.8 84.7 85.6
45.0 45.5 46.5 47.4 49.1 51.1 52.7 54.5
146.1 150.0 154.5 158.3 162.7 165.3 171.0 175.6
30.2 31.1 31.8 32.3 32.9 33.6 34.7 35.1


Per-
centage
change
1990 to
1998

16.9
17.8
23.6
17.6

13.0
13.8
18.3
20.0

25.8
25.5
28.9
21.0

21.2
25.1
38.4
16.3

16.7
24.4
18.3
7.9

9.8
24.1
22.1
18.3


Continued ...








S Table 1.20. COUNTIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND POPULATION ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1991 THROUGH 1998 o
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)

4 (in thousands, rounded to hundreds)
o Per-
centage
Change 0
SCensus 1990 to
SCounty 1980 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1998

Orange 470.9 677.5 701.3 712.6 727.8 740.2 759.0 777.6 803.6 824.1 21.6
Osceola 49.3 107.7 114.4 119.8 125.7 131.1 136.6 139.7 143.8 148.7 38.0
Palm Beach 576.8 863.5 883.0 897.0 918.2 937.2 962.8 981.8 1,003.8 1,020.5 18.2
Pasco 193.7 281.1 285.4 290.3 294.0 298.9 305.6 309.9 315.8 321.1 14.2

Pinellas 728.5 851.7 855.8 860.7 865.0 870.7 876.2 881.4 888.1 892.2 4.8
Polk 321.7 405.4 414.7 420.9 429.9 437.2 443.2 452.7 459.0 465.9 14.9
Putnam 50.5 65.1 66.0 67.8 67.6 69.0 69.5 70.3 70.2 71.5 9.8
St. Johns 51.3 83.8 86.1 88.4 91.2 94.8 98.2 101.7 106.0 109.9 31.1

St. Lucie 87.2 150.2 155.1 158.9 163.2 166.8 171.2 175.5 179.1 183.2 22.0
SSanta Rosa 56.0 81.6 83.9 88.0 90.3 93.8 96.1 98.5 102.3 107.8 32.1
Sarasota 202.3 277.8 283.1 287.2 290.6 296.0 301.5 305.8 311.0 316.0 13.8
Seminole 179.8 287.5 298.1 305.9 310.9 316.6 324.1 329.0 337.5 345.2 20.0

o Sumter 24.3 31.6 32.0 33.1 33.8 35.2 36.5 40.6 44.4 47.9 51.7
Suwannee 22.3 26.8 27.4 27.6 28.6 29.3 30.5 31.4 33.2 33.7 26.0
Taylor 16.5 17.1 17.4 17.4 17.4 17.5 18.3 19.0 19.2 19.5 14.1
o Union 10.2 10.3 10.6 11.4 12.0 12.5 12.6 13.0 13.1 13.5 31.3

| Volusia 258.8 370.7 376.7 384.0 390.1 396.6 403.0 407.2 413.7 420.4 13.4 M
SWakulla 10.9 14.2 14.4 14.7 15.4 16.4 17.0 18.0 18.7 19.8 39.6
g Walton 21.3 27.8 29.2 29.7 30.6 31.9 33.4 34.3 36.1 38.3 38.0
SWashington 14.5 16.9 17.2 17.4 17.6 18.1 19.0 19.8 20.1 21.3 26.0
*

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.
*
Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida Estimates of Population, April 1, 1998 and
W previous editions. Census data from U.S. Bureau of the Census.






1.00 Population Florida Statistical Abstract 1999

Table 1.25. COUNTIES AND CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND POPULATION
ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, 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
Rockledge


Census
1990

12,938,071
6,415,381
6,522,590

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
16,023


Estimates
1998

15,000,475
7,406,080
7,594,395

211,403
5,948
1,455
100,315
1,392
3,789
144
653
2,495
1,029
94,183

21,131
455
4,353
16,323

147,496
14,174
2,153
12,224
1,042
37,869
4,866
5,045
9,441
60,682

25,355
334
304
663
5,151
18,903

465,825
8,731
17,933
12,812
3,111
7,853
2,451
69,017
3,263
616
77,973
572
19,395


Area

Brevard (Continued)
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
Weston 1/
Wilton Manors
Unincorporated

Calhoun
Altha
Blountstown
Unincorporated

Charlotte
Punta Gorda
Unincorporated

Citrus
Crystal River
Inverness
Unincorporated


Census Estimates
1990 1998


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
0
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


10,227
41,706
9,647
180,518

1,460,890
37,865
28,158
107,156
17,705
62,738
50,213
149,798
31,413
1,763
126,917
3,796
27,865
50,131
35
10,458
50,315
52,882
29,057
28,087
12,072
4,789
112,692
78,952
74,248
616
77,025
51,488
38,610
11,841
132,205

13,572
641
2,501
10,430

133,655
12,768
120,887

112,424
4,326
6,925
101,173


See footnotes at end of table.

University of Florida


Continued...
Bureau of Economic and Business Research





See footnotes at end of table.

University of Florida


Continued ...
Bureau of Economic and Business Research

13


1.00 Population Florida Statistical Abstract 1999

Table 1.25. COUNTIES AND CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND POPULATION
ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES
OF FLORIDA (Continued)

Census Estimates Census Estimates
Area 1990 1998 Area 1990 1998

Clay 105,986 134,534 Gadsden (Continued)
Green Cove Springs 4,497 5,048 Greensboro 586 619
Keystone Heights 1,315 1,358 Gretna 1,981 2,854
Orange Park 9,488 9,645 Havana 1,717 1,804
Penney Farms 609 682 Midway 976 1,183
Unincorporated 90,077 117,801 Quincy 7,452 7,796
Unincorporated 24,022 32,675
Collier 152,099 210,095
Everglades 321 557 Gilchrist 9,667 13,140
Marco Island 1/ 0 12,155 Bell 267 282
Naples 19,505 21,233 Fanning Springs (part) 230 257
Unincorporated 132,273 176,150 Trenton 1,287 1,357
Unincorporated 7,883 11,244
Columbia 42,613 55,368
Ft. White 468 520 Glades 7,591 9,875
Lake City 9,626 10,304 Moore Haven 1,432 1,575
Unincorporated 32,519 44,544 Unincorporated 6,159 8,300

De Soto 23,865 27,927 Gulf 11,504 14,260
Arcadia 6,488 6,453 Port St. Joe 4,044 4,096
Unincorporated 17,377 21,474 Wewahitchka 1,779 1,974
Unincorporated 5,681 8,190
Dixie 10,585 13,196
Cross City 2,041 2,066 Hamilton 10,930 14,120
Horseshoe Beach 252 209 Jasper 2,099 2,128
Unincorporated 8,292 10,921 Jennings 712 806
White Springs 704 832
Duval 672,971 753,823 Unincorporated 7,415 10,354
Atlantic Beach 11,636 13,562
Baldwin 1,450 1,589 Hardee 19,499 22,801
Jacksonville (Duval) 635,230 710,595 Bowling Green 1,836 1,780
Jacksonville Beach 17,839 20,600 Wauchula 3,243 3,562
Neptune Beach 6,816 7,477 Zolfo Springs 1,219 1,268
Unincorporated 13,201 16,191
Escambia 262,798 296,164
Century 1,989 2,007 Hendrv 25,773 30,364
Pensacola 59,198 61,113 Clewiston 6,085 6,348
Unincorporated 201,611 233,044 La Belle 2,703 3,192
Unincorporated 16,985 20,824
Flaaler 28,701 43,441
Beverly Beach 314 324 Hernando 101,115 125,008
Bunnell 1,873 2,082 Brooksville 7,589 7,863
Flagler Beach 3,818 4,357 Weeki Wachee 11 7
Marineland (part) 21 17 Unincorporated 93,515 117,138
Unincorporated 22,675 36,661
Highlands 68,432 80,458
Franklin 8,967 10,739 Avon Park 8,078 8,226
Apalachicola 2,602 2,856 Lake Placid 1,158 1,408
Carrabelle 1,200 1,413 Sebring 8,841 8,872
Unincorporated 5,165 6,470 Unincorporated 50,355 61,952

Gadsden 41,116 50,820 Hillsborough 834,054 942,322
Chattahoochee 4,382 3,889 Plant City 22,754 27,855







1.00 Population Florida Statistical Abstract 1999

Table 1.25. COUNTIES AND CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND POPULATION
ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES
OF FLORIDA (Continued)


Area

Hillsborough (Continued)
Tampa
Temple Terrace
Unincorporated

Holmes
Bonifay
Esto
Noma
Ponce de Leon
Westville
Unincorporated

Indian River
Fellsmere
Indian River Shores
Orchid
Sebastian
Vero Beach
Unincorporated

Jackson
Alford
Bascom
Campbellton
Cottondale
Graceville
Grand Ridge
Greenwood
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


Census Estimates
1990 1998 Area

Lake (Continued)
280,015 293,390 Minneola
16,444 20,370 Montverde
514,841 600,707 Mount Dora
Tavares
15,778 17,949 Umatilla
2,612 2,821 Unincorporated
253 350
207 229 Lee
406 468 Cape Coral
257 315 Ft. Myers
12,043 13,766 Ft. Myers Beach 1/
Sanibel
90,208 106,690 Unincorporated
2,179 2,549
2,278 2,739 Leon
10 60 Tallahassee
10,248 15,115 Unincorporated
17,350 17,745
58,143 68,482 Lew
Bronson
41,375 49,670 Cedar Key
482 583 Chiefland
90 107 Fanning Springs (part)
202 253 Inglis
900 1,143 Otter Creek
2,675 2,654 Williston
536 729 Yankeetown
474 635 Unincorporated
261 339
765 2,331 Liberty
6,292 6,651 Bristol
1,746 2,235 Unincorporated
26,952 32,010
Madison
11,296 14,207 Greenville
2,603 2,917 Lee
8,693 11,290 Madison
Unincorporated
5,578 6,998
917 980 Manatee
4,661 6,018 Anna Maria
Bradenton
152,104 196,073 Bradenton Beach
981 1,283 Holmes Beach
6,910 8,202 Longboat Key (part)
12,856 14,889 Palmetto
2,715 3,018 Unincorporated
2,300 2,553
724 825 Marion
8,071 12,621 Belleview
14,783 15,658 Dunnellon
1,761 2,492 McIntosh


Census Estimates
1990 1998


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
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


3,597
1,167
8,912
8,438
2,489
109,929

405,637
93,786
46,506
6,010
5,975
253,360

233,232
143,237
89,995

32,416
887
755
2,003
293
1,344
117
2,288
610
24,119

7,708
1,222
6,486

19,277
992
334
3,436
14,515

247,028
1,869
48,029
1,700
5,081
2,656
10,353
177,340

242,357
3,507
1,806
423


See footnotes at end of table.

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1.00 Population Florida Statistical Abstract 1999

Table 1.25. COUNTIES AND CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND POPULATION
ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES
OF FLORIDA (Continued)


Area

Marion (Continued)
Ocala
Reddick
Unincorporated

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

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

Monroe
Islamorada
Key Colony Beach
Key West
Layton
Unincorporated


Census Estimates
1990 1998 Area

Nassau
42,045 44,718 Callahan
554 547 Femandina Beach
147,508 191,356 Hilliard
Unincorporated
100,900 119,370
549 573 Okaloosa
519 501 Cinco Bayou
1,588 1,781 Crestview
11,936 13,795 Destin
86,308 102,720 Ft. Walton Beach
Laurel Hill
1,937,194 2,090,314 Mary Esther
0 20,349 Niceville
3,045 3,151 Shalimar
4,703 4,618 Valparaiso
3,068 3,032 Unincorporated
40,091 41,624
2,457 2,528 Okeechobee
5,978 6,153 Okeechobee
774 838 Unincorporated
188,008 209,415
7,727 17,076 Orange
26,694 27,084 Apopka
44 52 Bay Lake
13 13 Belle Isle
0 9,471 Eatonville
663 867 Edgewood
358,648 364,765 Lake Buena Vista
92,639 93,464 Maitland
10,084 10,199 Oakland
13,268 13,304 Ocoee
5,383 6,058 Orlando
50,001 50,422 Windermere
35,361 36,727 Winter Garden
15,283 15,555 Winter Park
0 17,986 Unincorporated
10,404 10,518
0 13,871 Osceola
4,108 4,319 Kissimmee
13,909 14,015 St. Cloud
2,212 2,278 Unincorporated
5,727 5,890
1,036,902 1,084,672 Palm Beach
Atlantis
78,024 85,646 Belle Glade
0 7,632 Boca Raton
977 1,059 Boynton Beach
24,832 27,522 Briny Breezes
183 218 Cloud Lake
52,032 49,215 Delray Beach


See footnotes at end of table.

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Census
1990

43,941
946
8765
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
12,684
64,707

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


Estimates
1998

54,538
1,007
10684
2,510
40,337

175,568
420
13,546
11,363
22,052
606
4,414
11,942
662
6,700
103,863

35,059
5,060
29,999

824,095
21,165
24
5,655
2,496
1,469
23
10,022
812
21,653
180,462
1,782
12,875
24,951
540,706

148,712
39,330
17,198
92,184

1,020,521
1,700
16,717
68,850
53,635
397
112
53,471







1.00 Population Florida Statistical Abstract 1999

Table 1.25. COUNTIES AND CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND POPULATION
ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES
OF FLORIDA (Continued)

Census Estimates Census Estimates
Area 1990 1998 Area 1990 1998


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
Cearwater
Dunedin
Gulfport
Indian Rocks Beach
Indian Shores


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
34,427
11,709
3,963
1,405


223
189
0
24,813
710
1,192
3,396
1,420
2,867
31,419
412
3,641
6,858
30,424
8,873
333
1,373
12,277
1,653
7,001
9,722
33,824
1,021
10,297
28,654
18,537
3,334
1,504
5,036
28,585
80,901
465,150

321,074
6,131
14,693
2,667
706
912
9,098
286,867

892,178
4,117
2,152
2,220
60
102,874
35,700
11,964
4,242
1,465


See footnotes at end of table.

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Pinellas (Continued)
Kenneth City
Largo
Madeira Beach
North Redington Beach
Oldsmar
Pinellas Park
Redington Beach
Redington Shores
Safety Harbor
St. Petersburg
St. Pete Beach
Seminole
South Pasadena
Tarpon Springs
Treasure Island
Unincorporated

Polk
Aubumdale
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
Interiachen
Palatka
Pomona Park
Welaka
Unincorporated

St. Johns
Hastings
Marineland (part)
St. Augustine
St. Augustine Beach
Unincorporated


4,345
65,910
4,225
1,135
8,361
43,571
1,626
2,366
15,120
240,318
9,200
9,251
5,644
17,874
7,266
256,832

405,382
8,846
14,716
1,529
2,335
1,758
4,993
2,875
11,683
155
221
3,622
1,128
9,670
70,576
2,988
1,439
24,725
242,123

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

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


4,388
68,244
4,162
1,134
10,867
44,877
1,621
2,361
17,157
241,625
9,654
9,785
5,906
20,161
7,347
278,095

465,858
9,460
15,108
2,127
2,631
1,923
5,457
2,879
13,494
155
237
3,812
1,144
10,028
77,113
3,325
1,818
25,847
289,300

71,454
1,845
1,400
10,734
753
599
56,123

109,894
668
1
12,481
4,115
92,629


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l Z'Lru ,u,.JAl. Ur Ul lq.6 ."I Ai .. 1000
Table 1.25. COUNTIES AND CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND POPULATION
ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, IN THE STATE, COUNTIES, AND MUNICIPALITIES
OF FLORIDA (Continued)


Area

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

Taylr
Perry
Unincorporated


Census
1990

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
9,960


Estimates
1998 Area

183,222 Union
38,071 Lake Butler
80,434 Raiford
608 Worthington Springs
64,109 Unincorporated

107,814 Volusia
6,154 Daytona Beach
672 Daytona Beach Shores
7,722 DeBary 1/
93,266 DeLand
Deltona I/
316,023 Edgewater
4,074 Flagler Beach (part)
17,672 Holly Hill
51,650 Lake Helen
19,069 New Smyrna Beach
223,558 Oak Hill
Orange City
345,166 Ormond Beach
39,623 Pierson
24,587 Ponce Inlet
9,506 Port Orange
13,851 South Daytona
21,674 Unincorporated
36,274
28,404 Wakulla
171,247 St. Marks
Sopchoppy
47,907 Unincorporated
2,423
791 Walton
824 DeFuniak Springs
831 Freeport
4,077 Paxton
38,961 Unincorporated

33,746 Washington
644 Caryville
6,589 Chipley
26,513 Ebro
Vernon
19,527 Wausau
7,218 Unincorporated
12,309


Census Estimates
1990 1998

10,252 13,459
2,116 2,068
198 244
178 200
7,760 10,947

370,737 420,431
61,991 65,016
2,197 2,926
0 12,819
16,622 18,505
0 59,717
15,351 18,255
0 93
11,141 11,323
2,344 2,536
16,549 18,503
917 1,120
5,347 6,292
29,721 34,791
2,988 1,240
1,704 2,430
35,399 44,033
12,488 13,110
155,978 107,722

14,202 19,828
307 307
367 456
13,528 19,065

27,759 38,304
5,200 5,598
843 1,145
600 637
21,116 30,924

16,919 21,319
631 332
3,866 4,096
255 271
778 934
313 382
11,076 15,304


(X) Not applicable.
I/ Not incorporated in 1990.
Note: Census counts include all adjustments made through September 30, 1998.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida
Estimates ofPopulation, April 1, 1998. Census data from U.S. Bureau of the Census.

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100 P l ti


lF id St ti ti l Ab 9






ITa



SAge


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


S All ages
a 0-14
8 15-24
r 25-44
o 45-64
65-69
70-74
75-79
o 80-84
S85 and over
Ip
S.


ble 1.30. AGE, RACE, AND SEX: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, BY AGE, RACE, AND SEX
IN FLORIDA


Total


All races
Male Female


Total


White
Male


Female


Total


Black 1/
Male


Female


Census, 1990

12,937,926 6,261,770 6,676,156 10,971,995 5,323,424 5,648,571 1,772,356 845,923 926,433
2,428,671 1,243,364 1,185,307 1,860,162 955,468 904,694 523,856 265,194 258,662
1,682,627 859,036 823,591 1,343,380 691,738 651,642 305,932 150,087 155,845
3,920,704 1,954,702 1,966,002 3,290,085 1,658,800 1,631,285 555,627 261,562 294,065
2,549,998 1,201,564 1,348,434 2,259,374 1,068,506 1,190,868 258,632 118,670 139,962
737,129 331,267 405,862 689,346 310,846 378,500 44,214 18,850 25,364
627,699 279,758 347,941 592,046 265,200 326,846 33,373 13,561 19,812
483,532 204,877 278,655 456,675 194,660 262,015 25,375 9,572 15,803
302,099 118,468 183,631 286,770 112,991 173,779 14,592 5,145 9,447
205,467 68,734 136,733 194,157 65,215 128,942 10,755 3,282 7,473

Estimates, 1998

15,000,475 7,286,043 7,714,432 12,642,053 6,142,436 6,499,617 2,089,783 1,013,576 1,076,207
2,857,044 1,458,357 1,398,687 2,181,078 1,115,227 1,065,851 612,581 310,826 301,755
1,798,621 924,413 874,208 1,408,764 724,944 683,820 346,049 176,296 169,753
4,250,699 2,141,954 2,108,745 3,523,553 1,786,673 1,736,880 629,364 308,897 320,467
3,331,919 1,604,870 1,727,049 2,927,761 1,421,435 1,506,326 353,172 160,630 192,542
724,211 328,215 395,996 670,913 305,755 365,158 48,459 20,374 28,085
720,721 314,222 406,499 678,420 297,295 381,125 38,904 15,491 23,413
602,926 253,161 349,765 572,662 241,803 330,859 28,091 10,438 17,653
412,393 162,513 249,880 393,229 155,879 237,350 17,929 6,105 11,824
301,941 98,338 203,603 285,673 93,425 192,248 15,234 4,519 10,715


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

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida Population Studies, July 1999, Volume 32,
. No. 3. Bulletin No. 124, and unpublished data.







s 1




County

Florida
Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus

w Clay
r Collier
Columbia

o De Soto
Dixie
o Duval

0 Escambia
Flagler
SFranklin

Gadsden
w Gilchrist
Glades
E Gulf
I


Table 1.31. AGE AND SEX: ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP AND MEDIAN AGE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
APRIL 1, 1998


Sex
Total Male Female
15,000,475 7,286,043 7,714,432

211,403 104,659 106,744
21,131 11,271 9,860
147,496 72,585 74,911

25,355 14,203 11,152
465,825 228,398 237,427
1,460,890 702,335 758,555

13,572 7,228 6,344
133,655 64,118 69,537
112,424 53,402 59,022

134,534 66,448 68,086
210,095 102,469 107,626
55,368 28,494 26,874
27,927 14,925 13,002
13,196 6,849 6,347
753,823 368,781 385,042

296,164 146,101 150,063
43,441 20,750 22,691
10,739 5,278 5,461

50,820 25,191 25,629
13,140 6,965 6,175
9,875 5,194 4,681
14,260 7,726 6,534


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

2,857,044 1,798,621 4,250,699 3,331,919 2,762,192 11,637,384 38.7

39,059 53,725 65,179 33,972 19,468 165,481 28.5
4,651 3,604 6,989 4,029 1,858 15,364 31.9
31,293 19,531 44,236 33,009 19,427 110,413 36.0

4,643 3,612 8,262 5,457 3,381 19,727 35.4
86,426 52,935 133,691 107,980 84,793 363,506 39.5
277,441 148,562 435,646 320,554 278,687 1,138,699 39.5

2,419 2,088 4,266 2,825 1,974 10,599 35.8
17,536 11,430 27,248 33,723 43,718 112,441 52.1
15,349 9,161 21,735 29,022 37,157 93,822 52.4

30,462 18,757 41,241 30,970 13,104 97,530 34.7
36,834 19,476 52,148 50,922 50,715 167,264 43.8
12,071 7,926 15,821 12,165 7,385 40,708 35.4
5,422 3,576 7,698 5,778 5,453 21,469 38.1
2,456 1,719 3,384 3,169 2,468 10,238 39.2
170,617 104,057 244,798 150,563 83,788 556,074 33.3

61,591 45,271 90,182 61,481 37,639 222,967 33.9
6,224 3,961 9,071 11,409 12,776 35,914 49.5
1,709 1,164 2,440 3,237 2,189 8,654 45.4

11,933 7,562 15,123 10,489 5,713 36,602 32.9
2,502 2,642 3,369 2,869 1,758 10,011 33.9
1,652 1,293 2,648 2,335 1,947 7,819 40.3
2,510 1,986 4,416 3,286 2,062 11,155 36.6


S See footnotes at end of table. Continued ...







Table 1.31. AGE AND




SCounty Total

o. Hamilton 14,120
SHardee 22,801
Hendry 30,364

Hernando 125,008
Highlands 80,458
Hillsborough 942,322

Holmes 17,949
Indian River 106,690
Jackson 49,670

Jefferson 14,207
S Lafayette 6,998
0 Lake 196,073

5 Lee 405,637
Leon 233,232
o Levy 32,416

SLiberty 7,708
Madison 19,277
o Manatee 247,028

SMarion 242,357
u Martin 119,370
SMiami-Dade 2,090,314

SMonroe 85,646
= Nassau 54,538
g Okaloosa 175,568



. See footnotes at end of table.


1 SEX: ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP AND MEDIAN AGE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
APRIL 1, 1998 (Continued)


Sex
Male Female

7,843 6,277
12,148 10,653
15,668 14,696

59,579 65,429
37,840 42,618
460,380 481,942

9,410 8,539
51,156 55,534
26,367 23,303

6,353 7,854
4,046 2,952
93,583 102,490

195,415 210,222
112,458 120,774
15,397 17,019

4,509 3,199
10,058 9,219
117,353 129,675

116,169 126,188
58,105 61,265
1,010,236 1,080,078

43,432 42,214
26,979 27,559
87,777 87,791


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

2,669 2,487 4,619 2,809 1,536 10,738 33.1
5,202 3,342 6,352 4,397 3,508 16,619 33.2
8,160 4,527 8,723 5,686 3,268 20,799 30.7

18,587 11,064 24,586 31,050 39,721 102,600 50.8
11,952 6,855 14,272 17,714 29,665 66,200 54.3
196,682 121,215 295,843 204,853 123,729 712,233 35.7

3,259 2,687 5,059 4,105 2,839 13,945 37.0
17,224 9,859 24,967 23,916 30,724 86,296 46.0
8,725 7,838 15,435 10,963 6,709 38,924 35.5

2,858 1,978 4,203 3,153 2,015 10,742 36.1
1,198 1,135 2,483 1,360 822 5,517 33.5
31,920 17,565 42,947 46,499 57,142 158,476 47.4

68,161 38,513 100,099 98,443 100,421 325,629 44.3
42,106 58,874 70,374 43,322 18,556 182,369 29.4
5,929 3,697 7,841 7,793 7,156 25,293 42.1

1,329 1,139 2,743 1,688 809 6,077 34.9
4,215 2,871 5,973 3,673 2,545 14,249 33.1
40,704 23,353 59,693 56,194 67,084 199,321 44.9

42,901 25,524 55,737 57,268 60,927 191,164 44.0
17,983 10,610 29,765 27,749 33,263 98,054 45.9
457,830 267,262 618,711 460,960 285,551 1,553,636 35.7

13,484 7,966 28,115 22,872 13,209 70,049 40.8
11,907 7,204 15,995 13,505 5,927 40,245 36.1
39,117 23,852 58,278 35,762 18,559 129,620 33.8


Continued ..






<3 Table 1.31. AGE AND SEX: ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP AND MEDIAN AGE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
APRIL 1, 1998 (Continued)
0

SAge
o Sex 65 and 18 and Median
County Total Male Female 0-14 15-24 25-44 45-64 over over 1/ ]

:. Okeechobee 35,059 18,010 17,049 7,629 4,566 8,604 7,609 6,651 25,934 37.8
o Orange 824,095 407,707 416,388 172,045 121,291 277,295 164,088 89,376 623,848 33.4
Osceola 148,712 72,994 75,718 31,649 19,212 43,891 33,737 20,223 111,586 36.3

Palm Beach 1,020,521 489,653 530,868 179,402 98,494 274,910 227,301 240,414 811,520 42.2
Pasco 321,074 151,813 169,261 48,173 29,146 68,586 72,026 103,143 263,999 49.0
Pinellas 892,178 421,557 470,621 139,059 85,936 236,286 210,016 220,881 727,841 43.9

Polk 465,858 225,323 240,535 91,310 55,515 119,876 103,650 95,507 357,659 39.6
Putnam 71,454 34,684 36,770 14,655 8,694 17,573 16,496 14,036 53,875 39.8
St. Johns 109,894 53,504 56,390 19,044 13,293 31,176 27,235 19,146 87,121 50.8

St. Lucie 183,222 88,931 94,291 34,221 19,500 47,193 41,952 40,356 142,728 35.9
M Santa Rosa 107,814 53,970 53,844 23,052 13,875 34,877 24,294 11,716 80,349 40.2
SSarasota 316,023 148,203 167,820 41,597 24,938 68,807 77,851 102,830 266,746 41.4

5 Seminole 345,166 169,707 175,459 70,227 43,795 115,618 79,714 35,812 261,147 35.1
g Sumter 47,907 25,438 22,469 7,816 6,236 11,894 11,155 10,806 38,313 41.6
o Suwannee 33,746 16,365 17,381 6,481 4,721 8,188 8,195 6,161 25,684 39.6
Taylor 19,527 10,288 9,239 4,082 2,813 5,809 4,034 2,789 14,610 34.4 S
SUnion 13,459 8,795 4,664 2,080 1,965 5,622 2,656 1,136 10,904 34.3 -
SVolusia 420,431 203,233 217,198 70,883 48,436 110,680 95,786 94,646 336,933 41.7 a

SWakulla 19,828 10,071 9,757 3,995 2,889 5,822 4,773 2,349 14,880 36.7 S
B Walton 38,304 19,329 18,975 6,573 4,768 9,961 9,603 7,399 30,250 40.8 2
Washington 21,319 10,837 10,482 4,169 3,083 5,627 4,770 3,670 16,205 36.8 .
w S

S

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

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida Population Studies, July 1999, Volume 32,
No. 3. Bulletin No. 124, and unpublished data.







Table 1.32. WHITE POPULATION: ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
APRIL 1, 1998


0
County

Florida

Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus

w 0 Clay
a Collier
Columbia

o De Soto
Dixie
Duval

o Escambia
I Flagler
S Franklin
SGadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
= Gulf


12,642,053

165,003
18,159
127,965

20,064
421,121
1,165,496

11,196
126,763
109,062

124,046
199,486
44,208

22,834
11,901
549,646

225,610
39,530
9,390

20,710
11,974
7,880
11,145


Sex
Total Male Female


See footnote at end of table. Continued...


6,142,436 6,499,617

82,447 82,556
9,267 8,892
63,365 64,600

10,494 9,570
206,932 214,189
560,247 605,249

5,701 5,495
60,523 66,240
51,841 57,221

61,402 62,644
97,220 102,266
22,304 21,904

11,740 11,094
5,938 5,963
272,033 277,613

112,522 113,088
18,964 20,566
4,605 4,785

10,577 10,133
6,132 5,842
4,030 3,850
5,746 5,399


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

2,181,078 1,408,764 3,523,553 2,927,761 2,600,897 10,072,395

26,785 42,324 51,970 27,440 16,484 133,725
4,101 2,978 5,763 3,605 1,712 13,074
25,484 16,227 37,858 30,312 18,084 97,754

3,778 2,572 5,851 4,772 3,091 15,500
73,948 45,716 119,591 100,259 81,607 333,526
188,856 105,887 339,368 267,889 263,496 946,166

1,983 1,618 3,295 2,492 1,808 8,752
16,162 10,351 25,106 32,365 42,779 107,269
14,469 8,648 20,889 28,344 36,712 91,533

27,155 17,166 37,842 29,245 12,638 90,933
33,494 18,088 48,796 48,924 50,184 160,449
9,209 5,964 12,229 10,364 6,442 32,996

4,314 2,597 5,795 4,993 5,135 17,748
2,250 1,463 2,822 2,972 2,394 9,185
111,585 71,109 180,805 118,145 68,002 420,509

40,580 32,946 69,550 50,474 32,060 177,207
5,472 3,457 8,169 10,373 12,059 32,918
1,367 938 2,013 3,021 2,051 7,711

3,874 2,217 6,206 5,212 3,201 16,233
2,301 2,009 3,174 2,766 1,724 9,150
1,200 865 1,915 2,046 1,854 6,399
1,958 1,480 3,027 2,865 1,815 8,707







Ci Table 1.32. WI



a
County T(

:. Hamilton 8,
S Hardee 20,
Hendry 24,

Hemando 119,
Highlands 72,
Hillsborough 797,

Holmes 16,'
Indian River 98,
Jackson 35,

Jefferson 8,
to Lafayette 5,
S Lake 179,

Lee 376,:
r Leon 171,
o Levy 28,5
S Liberty 6,2
Madison 11,'
S Manatee 226,2

S Marion 211,
S Martin 111,'
Miami-Dade 1,579,4

5. Monroe 80,2
= Nassau 49,'
S Okaloosa 152,'



t. See footnote at end of table.


WHITE POPULATION: ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
APRIL 1, 1998 (Continued)


total

482
538
991

780
678
779

115
531
184

243
922
246

344
102
591

297
108
294

780
170
165

240
178
171


Sex
Male Female

4,585 3,897
10,546 9,992
12,636 12,355

57,126 62,654
34,086 38,592
391,558 406,221

8,262 8,153
47,232 51,299
17,877 17,307

3,889 4,354
3,208 2,714
85,542 93,704

181,343 195,001
83,878 87,224
13,735 14,856

3,406 2,891
5,894 5,514
107,407 118,887

101,806 109,974
53,667 57,803
765,506 813,959

40,787 39,453
24,567 24,911
76,643 75,828


Age
65 and 18 and
0-14 15-24 25-44 45-64 over over

1,375 1,303 2,743 1,924 1,137 6,712
4,814 2,884 5,307 4,103 3,430 14,848
6,687 3,472 6,953 4,920 2,959 17,216

17,211 10,278 23,202 29,941 39,148 99,021
9,489 5,458 12,183 16,503 29,045 61,364
153,192 98,695 251,994 180,067 113,831 618,312

3,070 2,228 4,433 3,912 2,772 12,675
14,810 8,416 22,720 22,561 30,024 81,016
5,936 5,023 10,269 8,629 5,327 27,927

1,388 953 2,368 2,174 1,360 6,549
1,057 870 1,926 1,268 801 4,615
26,847 15,041 38,414 43,465 55,479 147,551

59,040 33,732 91,925 93,305 98,342 307,079
27,834 39,098 53,612 35,428 15,130 137,588
4,893 3,074 6,724 7,118 6,782 22,699

1,177 900 1,972 1,495 753 4,853
2,154 1,456 3,496 2,513 1,789 8,833
34,434 20,134 53,548 52,569 65,609 185,868

34,118 20,851 47,143 51,957 57,711 170,875
15,762 9,214 26,987 26,638 32,869 92,777
308,722 186,972 464,281 366,544 252,946 1,217,474

12,018 7,194 26,164 22,033 12,831 66,304
10,517 6,376 14,581 12,623 5,381 36,852
32,340 19,843 50,138 32,435 17,715 114,514



Continued...







a Table 1.32. WHITE POPULATION: ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
| APRIL 1, 1998 (Continued)

SAge
o Sex 65 and 18 and V
SCounty Total Male Female 0-14 15-24 25-44 45-64 over over 2
0
Okeechobee 31,962 16,122 15,840 6,894 3,937 7,486 7,166 6,479 23,756
SOrange 670,187 333,136 337,051 127,816 95,278 227,860 138,643 80,590 521,888
Osceola 137,234 67,467 69,767 28,419 17,422 40,486 31,384 19,523 103,962
Palm Beach 880,616 421,528 459,088 136,694 78,321 231,105 202,999 231,497 720,902
Pasco 311,726 147,315 164,411 45,768 27,568 65,860 70,201 102,329 257,590
Pinellas 805,946 380,852 425,094 114,237 73,010 210,725 194,056 213,918 670,642

Polk 401,565 194,169 207,396 71,840 45,071 101,881 92,742 90,031 316,280
Putnam 58,278 28,468 29,810 10,698 6,496 14,342 14,199 12,543 45,432
St. Johns 101,545 49,568 51,977 16,740 12,011 28,857 25,755 18,182 81,498
St. Lucie 153,400 74,592 78,808 24,945 14,792 39,264 36,329 38,070 123,846
S Santa Rosa 100,582 50,203 50,379 21,296 12,705 32,231 23,082 11,268 75,215
S Sarasota 300,643 140,970 159,673 37,154 22,492 64,718 75,118 101,161 256,604
S Seminole 309,399 152,569 156,830 60,281 38,348 104,006 73,225 33,539 237,167
r Sumter 39,096 19,842 19,254 5,848 4,320 8,564 10,031 10,333 31,979
o Suwannee 29,196 14,228 14,968 5,260 3,909 6,996 7,386 5,645 22,625
1 Taylor 15,455 7,867 7,588 3,144 2,026 4,289 3,505 2,491 11,688
Union 10,137 6,043 4,094 1,753 1,339 3,771 2,230 1,044 8,012
o Volusia 379,841 183,737 196,104 60,531 40,716 98,156 89,188 91,250 308,417
Wakulla 17,192 8,637 8,555 3,393 2,375 4,919 4,367 2,138 12,999
S Walton 34,874 17,360 17,514 5,908 4,231 8,725 8,981 7,029 27,649
" Washington 17,261 8,547 8,714 3,249 2,312 4,195 4,171 3,334 13,278




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

! Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida Population Studies, July 1999, Volume 32,
S. No. 3. Bulletin No. 124. 0







Table 1.33. BLACK POPULATION: ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
APRIL 1, 1998


a
.



0
County

S Florida

Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
ml w Clay
Collier
Columbia
p
o De Soto
Dixie
g Duval

g Escambia
S Flagler
S Franklin
L Gadsden
S Gilchrist
Glades
g Gulf
B


Total

2,089,783

39,866
2,842
15,516

5,053
36,140
263,355

2,170
5,562
2,522

7,338
9,085
10,468

4,813
1,215
183,661

60,365
3,359
1,260

29,632
1,084
1,331
2,947


Sex
Male Female

1,013,576 1,076,207

18,703 21,163
1,924 918
7,466 8,050

3,567 1,486
17,586 18,554
126,295 137,060

1,412 758
3,009 2,553
1,192 1,330

3,624 3,714
4,551 4,534
5,828 4,640

3,031 1,782
863 352
86,807 96,854

28,723 31,642
1,533 1,826
628 632

14,367 15,265
787 297
781 550
1,877 1,070


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

612,581 346,049 629,364 353,172 148,617 1,372,481

11,205 9,222 10,814 5,798 2,827 26,500
535 602 1,174 389 142 2,177
4,713 2,644 4,900 2,043 1,216 9,941

824 1,001 2,311 637 280 4,035
10,598 5,894 10,682 6,190 2,776 23,675
80,552 38,465 84,029 46,557 13,752 169,894

398 435 902 280 155 1,690
1,120 901 1,709 1,026 806 4,160
674 410 594 476 368 1,696

2,442 1,147 2,352 1,020 377 4,513
2,957 1,130 2,851 1,696 451 5,756
2,730 1,871 3,317 1,648 902 7,189

1,046 932 1,815 714 306 3,518
200 242 528 175 70 984
53,833 29,550 56,752 28,656 14,870 121,311


18,390 10,261 17,346 9,219
674 428 723 873
328 218 391 199

7,951 5,264 8,779 5,159
183 600 186 90
302 273 483 217
527 488 1,310 383


5,149
661
124

2,479
25
56
239


38,854
2,545
870

20,014
804
947
2,309


See footnote at end of table. Continued.

g See footnote at end of table. Continued...







Q Table 1.33.




o4
County

:. Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry

Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough 12

Holmes
Indian River
Jackson 1

Jefferson
(t Lafayette
Lake 1

3 Lee 2
S Leon 5
o Levy
Liberty
S Madison
S Manatee 1

Marion 2
a Martin
Miami-Dade 46

B. Monroe
E Nassau
S Okaloosa 1


S See footnote at end of table
. See footnote at end of tabi


BLACK POPULATION: ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
APRIL 1, 1998 (Continued)


Sex
Total Male Female


5,521
2,008
4,602

4,391
7,011
6,202

1,215
7,420
.3,928

5,856
1,035
.5,484

5,718
7,190
3,483

1,345
7,730
.8,405

8,207
6,828
7,998

4,409
4,685
.6,823


3,193 2,328
1,425 583
2,587 2,015

2,058 2,333
3,385 3,626
60,266 65,936

981 234
3,574 3,846
8,150 5,778

2,427 3,429
810 225
7,409 8,075

12,332 13,386
26,128 31,062
1,517 1,966

1,060 285
4,083 3,647
8,814 9,591

13,262 14,945
3,885 2,943
223,562 244,436

2,209 2,200
2,235 2,450
8,870 7,953


0-14 15-24

1,262 1,163
344 414
1,303 899

1,201 677
2,256 1,273
39,186 19,531

130 378
2,223 1,332
2,692 2,723

1,450 1,011
138 260
4,742 2,325

8,286 4,280
13,295 18,404
964 568

141 226
2,031 1,393
5,711 2,819

8,260 4,329
1,920 1,215
139,229 73,696

1,236 635
1,307 778
5,197 3,025


25-44 45-64

1,827 872
923 253
1,478 648

1,100 916
1,857 1,066
37,063 21,273

525 133
1,999 1,210
4,925 2,228

1,801 947
543 78
4,104 2,740

6,912 4,400
15,052 7,166
1,027 578

738 186
2,423 1,134
5,321 3,202

7,796 4,773
2,407 930
138,918 85,942

1,491 693
1,277 800
5,765 2,172


65 and
over

397
74
274

497
559
9,149
49
656
1,360

647
16
1,573

1,840
3,273
346

54
749
1,352

3,049
356
30,213
354
523
664


Continued...


18 and
over

3,945
1,575
3,034

2,959
4,310
80,748

1,046
4,773
10,559

4,111
865
9,994

15,985
41,027
2,345

1,171
5,313
11,812

18,563
4,563
305,039

3,006
3,114
10,767











0
a
County

0. Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola

Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas

Polk
Putnam
St. Johns

St. Lucie
10 Santa Rosa
W Sarasota

Seminole
S Sumter
o Suwannee
Taylor
a Union
o Volusia

Wakulla
a Walton
a. Washington


I


Table 1.33. BLACK POPULATION: ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
APRIL 1, 1998 (Continued)


Total

2,613
130,725
8,378

125,720
6,429
71,892

59,157
12,504
7,480

27,752
4,776
13,036

28,359
8,391
4,318

3,794
3,159
35,742

2,425
2,587
3,468


Sex
Male Female

1,595 1,018
63,155 67,570
4,013 4,365

61,236 64,484
3,199 3,230
33,736 38,156

28,644 30,513
5,892 6,612
3,534 3,946

13,369 14,383
2,584 2,192
6,163 6,873

13,577 14,782
5,365 3,026
2,037 2,281

2,254 1,540
2,615 544
17,110 18,632

1,312 1,113
1,469 1,118
1,941 1,527


Age


0-14

629
38,851
2,549

39,254
1,776
21,169

18,223
3,776
2,106

8,709
1,263
3,923

8,188
1,887
1,168

881
317
9,340

552
524
810


15-24

543
21,854
1,362

18,281
1,119
10,765

9,531
2,091
1,160

4,424
756
2,087

4,377
1,845
774

737
600
6,833

490
420
668


25-44

925
40,811
2,376

38,173
1,743
20,582

16,358
3,036
2,002

7,258
1,703
3,320

8,721
3,168
1,134

1,406
1,763
10,756

817
902
1,190


45-64

372
21,248
1,525

21,801
1,175
13,159

9,847
2,164
1,294

5,214
681
2,239

5,027
1,035
753

484
389
5,685

365
434
496


65 and
over

144
7,961
566

8,211
616
6,217

5,198
1,437
918

2,147
373
1,467

2,046
456
489

286
90
3,128

201
307
304


18 and
over

1,819
85,288
5,350

80,475
4,274
47,209

37,816
7,991
4,989

17,467
3,286
8,428

18,696
6,023
2,893

2,714
2,744
24,876

1,728
1,936
2,473


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

Si Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida Population Studies, July 1999, Volume 32,
. No. 3. Bulletin No. 124.







Q Table 1.36. HIS

I


SCounty

Florida
eL
Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus

S 1 Clay
S Collier
Columbia

o De Soto
Dixie
o Duval
o Escambia
Flagler
Franklin

Gadsden
SGilchrist
Glades
a Gulf




.- See footnote at end of table.


PANIC POPULATION: ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
APRIL 1, 1995


Sex
Total Male Female


2,014,681

7,966
216
2,651

480
18,298
170,656

227
3,738
2,539

4,320
26,129
888

4,308
114
21,765

6,052
2,119
69

1,073
226
985
256


1,005,710

4,080
153
1,366

358
9,237
85,289

134
1,986
1,192

2,133
14,492
429

2,852
77
11,211

3,068
1,005
30

622
155
569
207


1,008,971

3,886
63
1,285

122
9,061
85,367

93
1,752
1,347

2,187
11,637
459

1,456
37
10,554

2,984
1,114
39

451
71
416
49


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

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

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

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

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

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

1,308 852 1,720 320 108
22 23 50 16 3
5,953 3,223 8,242 2,939 1,408

1,537 949 2,172 927 467
495 347 497 459 321
17 10 21 13 8

378 171 394 89 41
28 51 85 44 18
326 172 313 123 51
28 42 135 36 15




Continued ...







c! Table 1.36. HI!


0

SCounty

:. Hamilton
S" Hardee
Hendry

Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough

Holmes
Indian River
Jackson

Jefferson
ta Lafayette
eo a Lake

Lee
a Leon
o Levy

SUberty
Madison
o Manatee

S Marion
i Martin
L Miami-Dade

Monroe
= Nassau
3 Okaloosa



See footnote at end of table.


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


Total

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
1,126,929

11,084
607
5,608


Sex
Male Female

300 159
3,080 2,391
4,456 3,532

2,224 2,244
2,277 2,117
66,613 64,692

165 75
2,040 1,622
1,081 313

218 61
271 45
3,015 2,811

11,763 10,450
3,932 3,102
301 348

158 21
236 62
7,385 6,170

5,122 5,060
4,008 3,017
548,323 578,606

5,701 5,383
301 306
3,009 2,599


0-14

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
217,057

2,382
188
1,533


15-24

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
148,331

1,307
88
804


25-44

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
374,391

3,655
186
2,190


45-64

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
227,929

2,334
99
824


65 ana
over

6
198
367

696
447
14,838

13
300
47

10
8
446

1,584
227
91

2
15
631

1,216
378
159,221

1,406
46
257


Continued ...







c Table 1.36. HISPANIC POPULATION: ESTIMATES BY SEX AND AGE GROUP IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
| APRIL 1, 1995 (Continued)
0 g
Age
o Sex 65 and V
SCounty Total Male Female 0-14 15-24 25-44 45-64 over y
Okeechobee 4,763 2,802 1,961 1,858 918 1,568 328 91
SOrange 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
St. Lucie 10,107 5,483 4,624 2,755 1,662 3,376 1,377 937
o 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

Seminole 28,056 13,898 14,158 6,994 4,591 10,090 4,446 1,935
SSumter 1,053 644 409 333 190 357 120 53
o Suwannee 927 521 406 235 171 288 142 91
K Taylor 280 173 107 50 55 129 30 16
Union 376 302 74 39 40 225 60 12
S Volusia 21,851 11,489 10,362 6,277 3,821 6,742 3,069 1,942
Wakulla 89 47 42 25 4 26 25 9
SWalton 521 275 246 125 93 149 99 55
0 Washington 235 159 76 61 39 92 32 11




Note: Detail may not add to totals because of rounding.
Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Special Population Reports: Hispanic Population
a. Estimates by Age and Sex for Florida and Its Counties, April 1, 1995. August 1996. 0







0



0
County

SFlorida

Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
o Citrus
SClay
S Collier
S Columbia
0
2 De Soto
Dixie
Duval
0
S Escambia
Flagler
S Franklin

SGadsden
| Gilchrist
Glades
S Gulf

'I
S?


Table 1.37. PERSONS AGED 65 AND OVER: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, BY AGE
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA


65-69 70-74 75-79 80-84 85 and over Percentage
Esti- Esti- Esti- Esti- Esti- aged 65
Census mates Census mates Census mates Census mates Census mates and over
1990 1998 1990 1998 1990 1998 1990 1998 1990 1998 1990 1998

737,129 724,211 627,699 720,721 483,532 602,926 302,099 412,393 205,467 301,941 18.2 18.4

5,652 5,412 4,256 5,146 3,176 4,061 2,064 2,651 1,594 2,198 9.2 9.2
475 618 391 487 284 342 181 235 119 176 7.8 8.8
5,673 6,229 4,040 5,244 2,799 3,894 1,611 2,422 1,019 1,638 11.9 13.2

962 931 689 910 501 723 344 450 228 367 12.1 13.3
24,416 24,474 18,598 23,624 12,108 18,705 6,697 11,083 4,265 6,907 16.6 18.2
66,625 61,983 66,832 66,195 61,690 62,487 39,750 49,875 24,398 38,147 20.7 19.1

481 505 374 495 342 421 237 287 158 266 14.5 14.5
12,517 11,949 10,563 12,047 7,375 9,719 4,281 6,155 2,570 3,84G 33.6 32.7
10,174 10,377 8,313 10,246 5,785 8,210 3,066 F,381 1,807 3,243 31.2 33.1

3,225 4,055 2,248 3,399 1,628 2,551 994 1,621 846 1,478 8.4 9.7
11,975 14,308 9,810 14,091 6,649 11,060 3,894 7,040 2,128 4,216 22.7 24.1
2,063 2,227 1,533 2,022 1,047 1,548 597 924 380 664 13.2 13.3

1,495 1,468 1,323 1,558 934 1,223 523 722 317 482 19.2 19.5
612 832 406 695 278 475 139 289 97 177 14.5 18.7
25,010 23,980 18,494 21,846 13,599 17,591 8,314 11,653 5,985 8,718 10.6 11.1

11,247 10,797 8,189 10,022 5,770 7,915 3,450 5,087 2,488 3,818 11.9 12.7
3,275 4,091 2,180 3,761 1,048 2,630 482 1,427 303 867 25.4 29.4
492 687 449 556 291 426 192 295 164 225 17.7 20.4

1,574 1,592 1,353 1,436 1,069 1,153 647 818 509 714 12.5 11.2
482 566 384 493 202 356 136 201 113 142 13.6 13.4
549 565 424 544 296 440 120 257 79 141 19.3 19.7
601 628 449 531 338 423 224 269 136 211 15.2 14.5



Continued ...







Table 1.37. PERSONS AGED 65 AND OVER: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, BY AGE
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)


S


0

0






A.
p






k.
p
0

q
0

p
A.
w
U
0
I
0
I


County

Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry

Hemando
Highlands
Hillsborough

Holmes
Indian River
Jackson

Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake

Lee
Leon
Levy

Liberty
Madison
Manatee

Marion
Martin
Miami-Dade
Monroe


85 and over
Esti-


65-69 70-74
Esti- Esti-
Census mates Census mates
1990 1998 1990 1998

376 485 324 385
1,028 918 792 989
1,023 999 712 864

11,953 11,522 9,332 11,527
7,403 7,322 6,572 8,374
34,478 34,593 27,070 32,580

804 805 629 746
8,260 7,971 7,086 8,600
1,841 1,846 1,548 1,593

516 566 416 517
227 263 167 213
13,461 14,960 11,212 15,798

27,822 27,652 23,435 27,743
5,325 5,577 4,246 4,805
1,758 1,968 1,415 1,983

197 273 176 213
662 656 603 637
17,136 15,936 15,799 17,160

15,556 16,832 12,415 17,376
8,985 8,460 7,772 8,946
80,679 79,282 64,600 71,276
4,665 4,086 3,475 3,661


75-79 80-84
Esti- Esti-
Census mates Census mates
1990 1998 1990 1998

271 287 171 209
558 754 353 490
540 654 323 427

5,635 8,818 2,508 4,942
4,654 6,856 2,557 4,463
19,750 26,199 11,931 17,239

501 566 330 397
4,676 7,136 2,787 4,330
1,310 1,341 887 1,003

335 432 226 279
109 169 74 109
8,506 12,955 5,248 8,129

16,350 22,085 9,343 14,151
2,910 3,930 1,880 2,524
904 1,635 513 981

123 145 75 105
490 525 336 386
12,396 15,042 8,090 10,656

8,170 13,879 4,222 7,984
5,600 7,678 3,267 4,907
55,537 56,875 38,461 41,828
2,285 2,813 1,251 1,733


Census
1990

100
214
203

1,522
1,558
8,217

216
1,642
568

175
38
3,239

5,648
1,340
296

50
228
5,761

2,534
1,898
29,145
671


Continued ...


mates
1998

170
357
324

2,912
2,650
13,118

325
2,687
926

221
68
5,300

8,790
1,720
589

73
341
8,290

4,856
3,272
36,290
916


Percentage
aged 65
and over
1990 1998

11.4 10.9
15.1 15.4
10.9 10.8

30.6 31.8
33.2 36.9
12.2 13.1

15.7 15.8
27.1 28.8
14.9 13.5

14.8 14.2
11.0 11.7
27.4 29.1

24.6 24.8
8.2 8.0
18.8 22.1

11.2 10.5
14.0 13.2
28.0 27.2

22.0 25.1
27.3 27.9
13.9 13.7
15.8 15.4







Table 1.37. PERSONS AGED 65 AND OVER: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, BY AGE
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)


C!





" County

0- Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee

Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach

Pasco
Pinellas
Polk


65-69
Esti-
Census mates
1990 1998

1,612 1,966
5,345 6,166
1,763 1,930

25,045 26,379
4,886 5,857
58,699 56,273

27,031 23,908
59,240 50,539
25,097 25,468


70-74
Esti-
Census mates
1990 1998

1,220 1,604
3,615 5,054
1,364 1,950

18,745 23,799
4,028 5,091
57,252 61,235

26,172 26,920
55,480 53,892
20,281 25,871


Census
1990

837
2,151
906

13,071
2,811
46,390

19,440
46,573
14,753


75-79
Esti-


mates
1998

1,125
3,743
1,448

18,633
4,258
54,966

24,603
48,905
20,719


80-84
Esti-
Census mates
1990 1998

489 707
1,215 2,105
448 802

8,238 12,088
1,678 2,784
28,697 40,289

11,358 17,305
33,313 36,354
8,810 13,304


85 and over
Esti-
Census mates
1990 1998

285 525
916 1,491
262 521

6,419 8,477
1,436 2,233
17,932 27,651

6,501 10,407
26,278 31,191
5,746 10,145


Percentage
aged 65
and over
1990 1998

10.1 10.9
9.2 10.6
16.0 19.0

10.6 10.8
13.8 13.6
24.2 23.6

32.2 32.1
25.9 24.8
18.4 20.5


Putnam 4,303 4,147 3,211 3,981 2,172 2,945 1,198 1,755 730 1,208 17.8 19.6
St. Johns 4,964 5,335 3,709 5,284 2,475 4,197 1,413 2,562 1,131 1,768 16.3 17.4
S St. Lucie 11,312 11,401 9,133 11,373 6,088 9,165 2,989 5,421 1,762 2,996 20.8 22.0

S Santa Rosa 3,037 4,001 1,956 3,265 1,412 2,231 753 1,299 559 920 9.5 10.9
o Sarasota 25,967 24,414 23,807 26,428 18,835 23,491 12,058 16,332 8,471 12,165 32.1 32.5
Seminole 10,357 10,849 7,697 9,375 5,482 7,295 3,509 4,625 2,515 3,668 10.3 10.4
a Sumter 2,540 3,090 2,056 3,062 1,339 2,335 717 1,410 382 909 22.3 22.6
o Suwannee 1,400 1,667 1,080 1,590 893 1,271 639 869 477 764 16.8 18.3
STaylor 769 854 615 755 459 566 269 381 164 233 13.3 14.3
" Union 279 355 216 307 131 222 76 144 62 108 7.5 8.4

S Volusia 26,578 24,449 22,608 24,979 16,707 20,927 10,369 13,922 7,735 10,369 22.7 22.5
SWakulla 573 704 404 630 328 480 194 314 137 221 11.5 11.8
SWalton 1,678 2,276 1,173 2,028 850 1,493 500 939 338 663 16.4 19.3
g Washington 924 937 783 914 610 781 393 568 263 470 17.6 17.2



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







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Table 1.38. AGE AND SEX PROJECTIONS: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1998, 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
1998

15,000,475
950,594
972,588
933,862
893,775
506,047
387,728
904,846
951,740
1,042,829
1,139,194
1,116,936
1,016,263
880,966
742,250
692,440
724,211
720,721
602,926
412,393
301,941

7,286,043
484,284
496,360
477,713
457,071
259,344
197,727
467,342
489,208
528,604
570,616
553,526
498,895
427,990
354,481
323,504
328,215
314,222
253,161
162,513
98,338


2000

15,524,481
949,060
1,004,051
977,307
947,065
536,382
410,683
919,768
951,432
1,001,027
1,156,638
1,183,688
1,084,688
974,300
807,453
719,161
715,392
726,126
638,632
437,757
330,936

7,548,327
483,528
511,619
499,968
484,356
274,911
209,445
475,324
491,274
508,958
580,457
587,572
532,747
474,516
387,076
337,733
327,498
317,276
267,374
173,408
107,643


Projections
2005

16,773,418
981,014
994,783
1,054,066
1,050,053
595,118
454,935
1,047,241
976,999
980,063
1,041,721
1,220,561
1,253,828
1,151,740
1,056,357
897,499
784,873
706,151
655,114
514,855
406,500

8,169,322
499,836
506,900
537,529
537,041
304,977
232,064
540,494
503,935
500,673
524,155
607,269
617,853
561,522
509,720
425,638
364,296
316,998
277,766
204,189
133,508


See footnote at end of table.

University of Florida


Continued ...

Bureau of Economic and Business Research


2010

17,942,330
1,038,911
1,018,499
1,036,316
1,119,816
634,797
485,019
1,137,656
1,095,152
997,454
1,004,125
1,092,044
1,280,836
1,319,273
1,236,713
1,163,654
971,854
771,260
637,352
530,734
490,681

8,753,944
529,361
519,058
528,396
571,097
324,402
246,695
587,023
564,086
509,109
505,863
543,350
631,860
645,486
598,041
556,294
456,336
352,223
279,003
214,819
162,539


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1.00 Population Florida Statistical Abstract 1999

Table 1.38. AGE AND SEX PROJECTIONS: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, ESTIMATES
APRIL 1, 1998, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010
BY AGE AND SEX IN FLORIDA (Continued)

Census Estimates Projections
Age 1990 1998 2000 2005 2010

Female 6,676,156 7,714,432 7,976,154 8,604,096 9,188,386
0-4 425,801 466,310 465,532 481,178 509,550
5-9 395,203 476,228 492,432 487,883 499,441
10-14 364,303 456,149 477,339 516,537 507,920
15-19 390,989 436,704 462,709 513,012 548,719
15-17 220,989 246,703 261,471 290,141 310,395
18-19 170,000 190,001 201,238 222,871 238,324
20-24 432,602 437,504 444,444 506,747 550,633
25-29 522,904 462,532 460,158 473,064 531,066
30-34 530,879 514,225 492,069 479,390 488,345
35-39 479,959 568,578 576,181 517,566 498,262
40-44 432,260 563,410 596,116 613,292 548,694
45-49 355,035 517,368 551,941 635,975 648,976
50-54 309,037 452,976 499,784 590,218 673,787
55-59 312,086 387,769 420,377 546,637 638,672
60-64 372,276 368,936 381,428 471,861 607,360
65-69 405,862 395,996 387,894 420,577 515,518
70-74 347,941 406,499 408,850 389,153 419,037
75-79 278,655 349,765 371,258 377,348 358,349
80-84 183,631 249,880 264,349 310,666 315,915
85 and over 136,733 203,603 223,293 272,992 328,142


























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

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, unpub-
lished data. Census data from U.S. Bureau of the Census.

University of Florida Bureau of Economic and Business Research







1.00 Population Florida Statistical Abstract 1999

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


Census Projections
County 1990 2000 2005 2010

Florida 36.3 39.4 41.1 42.4

Alachua 28.2 28.5 28.6 28.7
Baker 30.1 32.1 32.8 33.4

Bay 33.1 36.7 38.1 39.1
Bradford 33.5 35.9 36.9 37.8
Brevard 36.1 40.3 42.3 44.0

Broward 37.6 40.0 41.5 42.6
Calhoun 33.4 36.2 37.3 38.4
Charlotte 53.5 52.2 53.3 55.0

Citrus 50.7 52.8 54.5 56.3
Clay 31.9 35.4 36.8 38.0
Collier 40.5 44.5 46.8 49.1

Columbia 33.4 35.8 36.7 37.4
De Soto 36.3 38.7 39.6 40.4
Dixie 36.7 39.9 41.1 42.5

Duval 31.4 33.8 34.4 34.7
Escambia 32.3 34.2 35.0 35.5
Flagler 46.2 50.2 52.6 55.1

Franklin 38.9 47.0 50.3 53.1
Gadsden 31.6 33.4 34.6 35.8
Gilchrist 33.4 34.2 35.2 36.1

Glades 39.7 40.0 41.6 43.0
Gulf 35.6 36.9 36.9 37.5
Hamilton 30.7 33.3 34.4 35.5

Hardee 32.5 33.4 33.8 34.2
Hendry 30.1 30.8 31.0 30.9
Hernando 49.4 51.3 52.9 54.9

Highlands 51.3 54.8 56.2 57.8
Hillsborough 32.9 36.4 37.8 38.8
Holmes 35.5 37.5 38.8 39.9

Indian River 43.9 46.6 48.4 50.6
Jackson 34.1 36.0 37.0 38.0
Jefferson 33.7 36.7 38.3 39.7
Lafayette 32.0 33.9 34.7 35.7


County

Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy

Liberty
Madison
Manatee

Marion
Martin
Miami-Dade

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 Projections
1990 2000 2005 2010

44.5 48.1 50.2 52.5
41.9 44.9 47.0 49.2
28.7 29.5 30.1 30.5
38.4 42.9 45.3 47.4

32.4 35.2 35.9 36.9
32.2 33.3 33.8 34.3
43.0 45.5 47.4 49.5

39.8 44.9 47.2 49.6
44.3 46.4 48.3 50.4
34.0 36.1 36.9 37.3

38.7 41.3 42.8 44.1
33.2 36.8 38.4 39.5
31.4 34.5 35.4 35.9

34.1 38.4 40.2 41.5
31.3 34.0 34.9 35.6
33.5 37.0 38.8 40.2

39.7 42.8 44.8 46.7
47.9 49.4 50.8 52.7
42.0 44.4 46.2 47.9

36.3 40.4 42.4 44.1
37.1 40.5 42.2 43.8
36.9 41.0 43.1 45.2

37.7 42.2 44.6 46.8
32.4 35.7 37.3 38.7
48.9 51.3 53.1 55.2

33.2 36.5 38.0 39.2
40.0 41.6 44.2 46.8
36.3 40.3 42.3 44.0

33.4 34.4 35.1 35.7
31.3 34.9 36.0 37.2
39.3 42.4 44.2 46.1

34.1 37.1 38.2 39.2
37.8 41.6 44.1 46.4
37.2 36.6 37.3 37.9


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


Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, unpub-
lished data. Census data from U.S. Bureau of the Census.

University of Florida Bureau of Economic and Business Research











< County

SFlorida

. Alachua
SBaker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus

Clay
S Collier
Columbia

p De Soto
Dixie
SDuval

SEscambia
o Flagler
I Franklin

SGadsden
Gilchrist
t Glades
Gulf




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

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

15,524,481 7,548,327 7,976,154 16,773,418 8,169,322 8,604,096 17,942,330 8,753,944 9,188,386

218,052 108,170 109,882 234,118 116,470 117,648 249,344 124,309 125,035
22,139 11,803 10,336 23,740 12,614 11,126 25,222 13,363 11,859
152,121 74,850 77,271 163,404 80,365 83,039 173,965 85,557 88,408

25,791 14,435 11,356 26,835 14,969 11,866 27,831 15,484 12,347
482,709 236,440 246,269 523,931 256,344 267,587 562,330 275,202 287,128
1,509,496 726,767 782,729 1,627,113 786,130 840,983 1,736,480 841,399 895,081

14,321 7,644 6,677 15,501 8,232 7,269 16,624 8,793 7,831
140,717 67,512 73,205 156,882 75,442 81,440 172,140 83,092 89,048
117,520 55,813 61,707 129,953 61,827 68,126 141,629 67,631 73,998

141,587 69,939 71,648 158,779 78,357 80,422 175,010 86,262 88,748
223,825 108,945 114,880 257,475 125,049 132,426 289,461 140,594 148,867
58,921 30,513 28,408 64,910 33,434 31,476 70,528 36,184 34,344

29,115 15,511 13,604 31,814 17,021 14,793 33,868 17,990 15,878
13,836 7,127 6,709 15,505 8,044 7,461 16,888 8,731 8,157
772,520 378,145 394,375 817,900 400,852 417,048 860,113 422,063 438,050

308,922 153,256 155,666 324,912 161,266 163,646 339,948 168,849 171,099
47,241 22,561 24,680 56,575 27,001 29,574 65,500 31,281 34,219
11,098 5,390 5,708 11,968 5,798 6,170 12,774 6,175 6,599

52,681 26,164 26,517 56,882 28,211 28,671 60,858 30,142 30,716
14,077 7,459 6,618 16,052 8,435 7,617 17,938 9,363 8,575
10,479 5,672 4,807 11,321 6,058 5,263 12,112 6,428 5,684
14,937 8,142 6,795 16,942 9,729 7,213 17,685 10,094 7,591





Continued ...







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


a



a County

3 Hamilton
Hardee
f Hendry

Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough

Holmes
Indian River
Jackson

Jefferson
Lafayette
co Lake
= Lee
5 Leon
g Levy

Liberty
p Madison
o Manatee
0
l Marion
Martin
SMiami-Dade

w Monroe
Nassau
3 Okaloosa
E


2000
Total Male Female

15,469 8,739 6,730
23,090 12,302 10,788
31,663 16,321 15,342

131,685 62,755 68,930
83,490 39,244 44,246
968,885 473,643 495,242

18,458 9,691 8,767
111,002 53,195 57,807
50,885 26,898 23,987

14,643 6,545 8,098
7,505 4,320 3,185
206,501 98,561 107,940

423,873 204,224 219,649
243,284 117,456 125,828
33,984 16,152 17,832

8,291 4,839 3,452
19,909 10,391 9,518
256,001 121,806 134,195

254,028 121,719 132,309
124,463 60,548 63,915
2,137,539 1,034,904 1,102,635

87,473 44,104 43,369
57,025 28,208 28,817
182,550 91,101 91,449


Continued ...


2005 2010
Total Male Female Total Male Female

16,856 9,416 7,440 18,166 10,054 8,112
23,514 12,470 11,044 23,905 12,638 11,267
34,189 17,566 16,623 36,548 18,740 17,808

148,258 70,810 77,448 163,821 78,559 85,262
90,850 42,785 48,065 97,729 46,269 51,460
1,033,665 505,719 527,946 1,094,808 536,012 558,796

19,183 10,059 9,124 19,854 10,401 9,453
121,487 58,269 63,218 131,323 63,186 68,137
54,497 29,103 25,394 57,203 30,493 26,710

15,461 6,951 8,510 16,213 7,324 8,889
8,474 4,888 3,586 9,199 5,234 3,965
231,952 110,808 121,144 256,006 122,636 133,370

468,216 225,901 242,315 509,892 246,632 263,260
266,354 128,851 137,503 288,198 139,578 148,620
37,516 17,872 19,644 40,849 19,521 21,328

9,184 5,288 3,896 10,052 5,717 4,335
21,047 10,971 10,076 22,119 11,515 10,604
277,726 132,736 144,990 298,021 143,128 154,893

282,450 135,402 147,048 309,243 148,570 160,673
136,795 66,529 70,266 148,396 72,305 76,091
2,252,475 1,093,914 1,158,561 2,359,343 1,148,327 1,211,016

91,863 45,910 45,953 95,922 47,694 48,228
63,158 31,230 31,928 69,015 34,107 34,908
199,621 99,287 100,334 215,565 106,997 108,568






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


o County

3 Okeechobee
: Orange
* Osceola

Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas

Polk
Putnam
St. Johns

St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
S Sarasota
w Seminole
g Sumter
SSuwannee

a Taylor
1 Union
o Volusia
0
5 Wakulla
" Walton
m Washington


2000
Total Male Female

36,352 18,888 17,464
860,210 424,905 435,305
158,686 77,925 80,761

1,059,753 508,797 550,956
331,489 156,861 174,628
903,243 428,085 475,158

479,609 231,945 247,664
73,129 35,477 37,652
116,211 56,617 59,594

191,975 93,103 98,872
114,193 57,327 56,866
325,782 152,974 172,808

360,554 177,428 183,126
50,761 27,450 23,311
35,315 17,138 18,177

20,900 11,317 9,583
14,366 9,358 5,008
434,099 209,928 224,171

21,471 11,105 10,366
40,508 20,420 20,088
22,074 11,355 10,719


Total


2005
Male Female


38,923 20,051 18,872
955,065 471,277 483,788
183,128 89,982 93,146

1,155,267 556,115 599,152
356,930 169,621 187,309
930,068 443,760 486,308

512,727 248,091 264,636
77,171 37,432 39,739
131,626 64,173 67,453

213,311 103,426 109,885
128,802 64,436 64,366
349,354 164,774 184,580

398,100 196,056 202,044
57,809 30,745 27,064
39,195 19,034 20,161

21,492 11,611 9,881
15,349 9,822 5,527
467,515 226,551 240,964

24,653 12,824 11,829
45,807 22,944 22,863
23,823 12,214 11,609


2010
Total Male Female

41,352 21,192 20,160
1,044,516 515,083 529,433
206,355 101,416 104,939

1,244,507 601,049 643,458
380,963 182,104 198,859
955,160 458,472 496,688

543,419 263,308 280,111
80,951 39,302 41,649
146,208 71,348 74,860

233,426 113,313 120,113
142,620 71,148 71,472
371,217 176,105 195,112

433,359 213,457 219,902
64,638 34,002 30,636
42,855 20,823 22,032

22,048 11,891 10,157
16,271 10,257 6,014
499,086 242,478 256,608

27,356 14,147 13,209
50,902 25,386 25,516
25,483 13,040 12,443


w


0


S Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida Population Studies, July 1999, Volume 32,
o No. 3. Bulletin No. 124.
t*







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


0


County

2. Florida
Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
o 1 Clay
a Collier
S Columbia

o De Soto
Dixie
SDuval

o Escambia
Flagler
Franklin

l Gadsden
Gilchrist
SGlades
Gulf
E


2000 2005
Less 65 and Less 65 and
than 18 18-64 over than 18 18-64 over

3,466,800 9,208,838 2,848,843 3,624,981 10,080,944 3,067,493

47,041 151,084 19,927 49,376 163,571 21,171
5,934 14,203 2,002 6,151 15,341 2,248
37,991 93,781 20,349 39,465 101,273 22,666

5,645 16,651 3,495 5,706 17,399 3,730
104,939 288,860 88,910 108,173 318,328 97,430
336,266 891,721 281,509 357,267 977,310 292,536

3,048 9,187 2,086 3,172 9,970 2,359
22,203 73,033 45,481 23,792 83,956 49,134
19,030 59,579 38,911 19,691 67,326 42,936

38,387 88,980 14,220 40,981 100,183 17,615
45,504 123,935 54,386 50,899 143,121 63,455
15,381 35,674 7,866 16,455 39,545 8,910

6,774 16,626 5,715 7,362 18,297 6,155
3,083 8,048 2,705 3,331 9,014 3,160
202,531 484,095 85,894 210,060 516,960 90,880

75,792 193,755 39,375 77,984 204,809 42,119
8,022 25,126 14,093 8,924 30,245 17,406
2,089 6,662 2,347 2,047 7,124 2,797

14,532 32,219 5,930 15,227 34,963 6,692
3,327 8,864 1,886 3,744 10,162 2,146
2,069 6,406 2,004 2,144 6,982 2,195
3,205 9,575 2,157 3,332 11,284 2,326


2010
Less 65 and
than 18 18-64 over

3,728,523 10,811,926 3,401,881

51,379 174,496 23,469
6,390 16,280 2,552
40,561 107,869 25,535

5,771 17,931 4,129
110,436 343,270 108,624
370,311 1,047,643 318,526

3,333 10,603 2,688
24,888 92,731 54,521
20,054 73,475 48,100

43,141 109,629 22,240
54,995 159,805 74,661
17,418 42,780 10,330

7,792 19,297 6,779
3,578 9,632 3,678
215,804 544,940 99,369

79,767 214,490 45,691
9,611 34,784 21,105
2,015 7,355 3,404

15,801 37,296 7,761
4,166 11,251 2,521
2,212 7,463 2,437
3,428 11,701 2,556


Continued ...







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


C!



0
SCounty

Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry

Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough

Holmes
Indian River
Jackson

Jefferson
S Lafayette
- Lake

Lee
S Leon
o Levy
SLiberty
Madison
o Manatee

o Marion
S Martin
Q* Miami-Dade

e. Monroe
S Nassau
3 Okaloosa



op.


2000 2005
Less 65 and Less 65 and
than 18 18-64 over than 18 18-64 over

3,546 10,275 1,648 3,722 11,267 1,867
6,221 13,325 3,544 6,294 13,596 3,624
10,013 18,254 3,396 10,769 19,735 3,685

23,294 66,717 41,674 24,725 77,297 46,236
14,576 37,831 31,083 15,221 41,689 33,940
235,177 605,325 128,383 241,862 651,094 140,709

4,031 11,494 2,933 4,009 12,038 3,136
21,044 57,875 32,083 22,110 64,591 34,786
10,914 33,148 6,823 11,333 35,991 7,173

3,483 9,075 2,085 3,517 9,671 2,273
1,555 5,046 904 1,676 5,745 1,053
39,135 106,749 60,617 41,953 121,249 68,750

82,827 236,819 104,227 87,029 267,469 113,718
52,384 171,623 19,277 55,494 189,720 21,140
7,311 19,019 7,654 7,649 21,131 8,736

1,729 5,691 871 1,895 6,309 980
5,170 12,158 2,581 5,343 13,023 2,681
49,099 138,192 68,710 51,194 153,987 72,545

52,841 136,435 64,752 55,804 153,287 73,359
22,047 67,841 34,575 23,214 76,072 37,509
552,491 1,295,438 289,610 573,154 1,375,846 303,475

15,927 58,255 13,291 16,181 62,130 13,552
14,799 35,972 6,254 15,791 40,124 7,243
47,646 115,063 19,841 50,594 126,597 22,430


2010
Less 65 and
than 18 18-64 over

3,890 12,068 2,208
6,307 13,777 3,821
11,391 21,036 4,121

25,672 85,669 52,480
15,628 45,014 37,087
245,452 690,308 159,048

3,974 12,486 3,394
22,780 70,172 38,371
11,647 37,602 7,954

3,553 10,087 2,573
1,798 6,213 1,188
43,985 133,605 78,416

89,559 292,707 127,626
58,360 205,100 24,738
7,912 22,914 10,023

2,067 6,816 1,169
5,488 13,783 2,848
52,446 166,438 79,137

57,986 167,475 83,782
23,949 82,704 41,743
583,382 1,450,410 325,551

16,300 64,968 14,654
16,594 43,709 8,712
53,034 137,213 25,318



Continued ...












County

S Okeechobee
SOrange
Osceola

Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas

Polk
Putnam
St. Johns

St. Lucie
4p Santa Rosa
)3 Sarasota

Seminole
S Sumter
o Suwannee

? Taylor
Union
o Volusia

S Wakulla
S Walton
A Washington


I


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


2000
Less
than 18 18-64

9,275 20,125
208,457 558,128
39,277 97,840

216,425 596,278
58,684 167,320
165,985 517,049

110,056 270,077
17,742 40,910
23,635 72,347

41,576 108,005
28,572 72,883
50,252 169,837

86,519 236,521
9,877 29,577
8,253 20,529

5,064 12,863
2,624 10,474
85,752 251,384

5,163 13,795
8,343 24,105
5,216 13,107


65 and
over

6,952
93,625
21,569

247,050
105,485
220,209

99,476
14,477
20,229

42,394
12,738
105,693

37,514
11,307
6,533

2,973
1,268
96,963

2,513
8,060
3,751


2005
Less 65 and
than 18 18-64 over

9,728 21,543 7,652
225,209 624,495 105,361
43,608 114,321 25,199

226,703 663,696 264,868
61,109 185,293 110,528
164,411 545,868 219,789

112,865 291,773 108,089
18,013 43,889 15,269
25,257 83,156 23,213

43,348 122,954 47,009
30,725 82,330 15,747
50,839 186,053 112,462

90,905 264,563 42,632
10,959 33,372 13,478
8,760 22,914 7,521

5,045 13,231 3,216
2,632 11,207 1,510
88,835 276,115 102,565

5,633 16,052 2,968
8,995 27,109 9,703
5,586 14,189 4,048


2010
Less 65 and
than 18 18-64 over

10,112 22,659 8,581
238,280 684,011 122,225
47,165 128,887 30,303

231,863 719,179 293,465
62,516 199,111 119,336
160,604 565,845 228,711

114,732 309,192 119,495
18,184 46,219 16,548
26,544 92,062 27,602

44,649 135,526 53,251
32,444 90,658 19,518
50,428 197,993 122,796

94,074 288,180 51,105
11,883 36,584 16,171
9,275 24,836 8,744

5,019 13,564 3,465
2,659 11,767 1,845
90,574 296,207 112,305

6,095 17,648 3,613
9,555 29,696 11,651
5,863 15,107 4,513


5 Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida Population Studies, July 1999, Volume 32,
. No. 3. Bulletin No. 124.








.4



0
SCounty

. Florida

Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus

co Clay
g Collier
5 Columbia

o De Soto
SDixie
Duval
0
o Escambia
Flagler
0 Franklin

B Gadsden
w Gilchrist
| Glades
I Gulf



p.


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


65-74

1,441,518

10,415
1,186
11,699

1,820
48,322
126,014

1,027
24,048
20,748

7,907
29,389
4,380

3,065
1,630
45,196

20,896
8,244
1,326

3,067
1,110
1,092
1,185


2000

75-84


85 and
over 65-74


1,076,389 330,936 1,491,024

7,151 2,361 10,480
618 198 1,270
6,833 1,817 12,487

1,277 398 1,817
32,856 7,732 50,015
113,580 41,915 129,042

764 295 1,142
17,154 4,279 24,892
14,460 3,703 21,541

4,647 1,666 9,656
20,163 4,834 32,254
2,736 750 4,796

2,115 535 3,102
868 207 1,758
31,160 9,538 45,253

14,215 4,264 21,247
4,799 1,050 9,248
775 246 1,549

2,080 783 3,421
625 151 1,209
749 163 1,117
742 230 1,254


2005
85 and
75-84 over

1,169,969 406,500

7,877 2,814
732 246
7,875 2,304

1,422 491
37,011 10,404
114,973 48,521

871 346
18,770 5,472
16,379 5,016

5,730 2,229
24,360 6,841
3,133 981

2,359 694
1,118 284
33,921 11,706

15,549 5,323
6,380 1,778
923 325

2,278 993
727 210
849 229
799 273


65-74

1,743,114

12,247
1,415
14,275

2,097
57,394
153,038

1,358
29,103
25,154

12,586
39,143
5,743

3,524
2,030
51,889

23,633
11,182
1,972

4,190
1,443
1,294
1,408


2010
85 and
75-84 over

1,168,086 490,681

7,802 3,420
840 297
8,341 2,919

1,406 626
37,656 13,574
111,166 54,322

895 435
18,692 6,726
16,528 6,418

6,633 3,021
26,236 9,282
3,308 1,279

2,380 875
1,258 390
33,216 14,264

15,402 6,656
7,161 2,762
1,047 385

2,374 1,197
805 273
844 299
821 327


Continued ...






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


a

0
SCounty

o- Hamilton
0. Hardee
Hendry

Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough

Holmes
Indian River
Jackson

Jefferson
S Lafayette
4 Lake

S Lee
Leon
S Levy
S Lberty
a Madison
o Manatee

Marion
S Martin
Miami-Dade
w
Monroe
Nassau
S Okaloosa


65-74

936
1,813
1,872

23,040
15,652
67,261

1,561
16,513
3,446

1,096
511
31,432

55,431
10,541
4,034

527
1,280
32,635

34,704
17,303
150,003

7,512
3,709
11,637


2000
85 and
75-84 over 65-74

520 192 1,031
1,337 394 1,698
1,162 362 1,958

15,255 3,379 24,096
12,402 3,029 15,890
46,592 14,530 70,730

1,016 356 1,637
12,579 2,991 16,698
2,373 1,004 3,633

756 233 1,170
315 78 583
23,273 5,912 33,520

39,006 9,790 57,668
6,892 1,844 11,298
2,943 677 4,248

263 81 562
933 368 1,286
27,044 9,031 32,982

24,479 5,569 36,473
13,604 3,668 17,694
101,176 38,431 152,848

4,779 1,000 7,422
1,961 584 4,148
6,543 1,661 12,434


Continued ...


2005
85 and
75-84 over 65-74

609 227 1,263
1,446 480 1,934
1,293 434 2,289

17,329 4,811 28,719
13,968 4,082 17,980
51,622 18,357 84,033

1,095 404 1,822
14,033 4,055 19,149
2,406 1,134 4,295

833 270 1,400
359 111 633
27,486 7,744 39,444

43,392 12,658 68,265
7,549 2,293 14,154
3,491 997 5,026

314 104 673
975 420 1,437
28,575 10,988 38,391

28,979 7,907 43,154
14,978 4,837 20,703
108,507 42,120 170,352

4,909 1,221 8,558
2,348 747 5,176
7,703 2,293 13,687


2010
85 and
75-84 over

689 256
1,295 592
1,297 535

17,412 6,349
13,824 5,283
52,203 22,812

1,093 479
13,995 5,227
2,412 1,247

853 320
406 149
28,743 10,229

43,596 15,765
7,846 2,738
3,631 1,366
377 119
944 467
27,758 12,988

29,904 10,724
14,947 6,093
107,821 47,378

4,654 1,442
2,604 932
8,512 3,119







0 Table 1.42. PERSONS AGED 65 AND OVER: PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, BY AC
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)


S2000 2005
C 85 and 85 and
SCounty 65-74 75-84 over 65-74 75-84 over 65

M Okeechobee 3,882 2,482 588 3,924 2,927 801 4,
SOrange 50,951 33,451 9,223 54,972 38,570 11,819 66,
Osceola 11,405 7,682 2,482 12,972 8,904 3,323 16,

Palm Beach 116,681 99,716 30,653 121,170 105,746 37,952 144,
Pasco 49,617 44,217 11,651 49,699 45,751 15,078 57,
Pinellas 100,729 86,878 32,602 98,061 85,786 35,942 110,

Polk 51,249 36,875 11,352 51,980 41,452 14,657 59,
Putnam 8,043 5,087 1,347 7,908 5,650 1,711 8,
St. Johns 10,713 7,537 1,979 11,424 9,075 2,714 14,

St. Lucie 22,933 16,028 3,433 24,007 18,206 4,796 28,
Santa Rosa 7,723 3,973 1,042 9,166 5,202 1,379 11,
l t Sarasota 50,249 42,156 13,288 51,280 44,840 16,342 59,

SSeminole 20,664 12,858 3,992 23,151 14,518 4,963 29,
s Sumter 6,216 4,067 1,024 6,954 5,018 1,506 8,
o Suwannee 3,363 2,334 836 3,686 2,810 1,025 4,
? Taylor 1,683 1,027 263 1,716 1,181 319 1,
Union 720 422 126 816 512 182 1,
o Volusia 48,722 36,995 11,246 49,481 39,330 13,754 57,

O Wakulla 1,386 877 250 1,555 1,090 323 1,
Walton 4,548 2,748 764 4,966 3,644 1,093 5,
a. Washington 1,826 1,409 516 1,879 1,522 647 2,






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


;E IN THE STATE


-74

531
526
357

034
578
041

721
855
581

430
428
608

517
486
417

319
000
436

998
889
207


2010
85 and
75-84 over

2,984 1,066
40,547 15,152
9,745 4,201

104,450 44,981
43,749 18,009
79,391 39,279

41,258 18,516
5,542 2,151
9,376 3,645

18,537 6,284
6,130 1,960
43,657 19,531

15,425 6,163
5,547 2,138
3,025 1,302

1,255 391
592 253
38,361 16,508

1,178 437
4,186 1,576
1,524 782






Table 1.43. RACE: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, BY RACE IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA

(rounded to thousands)


0

Estimates, 1998
. County Total White Black
A.
Florida 15,000 12,642 2,090

Alachua 211 165 40
Baker 21 18 3
Bay 147 128 16
Bradford 25 20 5

Brevard 466 421 36
Broward 1,461 1,165 263
Calhoun 14 11 2
Charlotte 134 127 6

SCitrus 112 109 3
9 Clay 135 124 7
Collier 210 199 9
SColumbia 55 44 10

De Soto 28 23 5
O Dixie 13 12 1
3 Duval 754 550 184
S Escambia 296 226 60

Flagler 43 40 3
o Franklin 11 9 1
. Gadsden 51 21 30
w
SGilchrist 13 12 1
" Glades 10 8 1
S Gulf 14 11 3



See footnote at end of table.
, See footnote at end of table.


Projections
2000 2005 2010
Total White Black Total White Black Total White Black

15,524 13,066 2,170 16,773 14,080 2,353 17,942 15,026 2,522

218 170 41 234 182 44 249 193 47
22 19 3 24 21 3 25 22 3
152 132 16 163 142 17 174 151 18
26 21 5 27 22 5 28 23 5

483 436 37 524 474 40 562 508 43
1,509 1,194 280 1,627 1,263 320 1,736 1,324 359
14 12 2 16 13 2 17 14 3
141 133 6 157 148 7 172 162 8

118 114 3 130 126 3 142 138 3
142 130 8 159 146 9 175 160 10
224 213 10 257 245 11 289 276 12
59 47 11 65 52 12 71 57 12

29 24 5 32 26 5 34 28 5
14 13 1 16 14 1 17 15 1
773 563 188 818 594 199 860 623 208
309 235 63 325 246 67 340 256 70

47 43 4 57 52 4 66 60 5
11 10 1 12 11 1 13 11 1
53 22 31 57 23 33 61 25 35

14 13 1 16 15 1 18 16 1
10 8 2 11 9 2 12 10 2
15 12 3 17 13 4 18 14 4


Continued .







aTable 1.43. RACE:

tl

o

County Tots

Hamilton 1
Hardee 2
Hendry 3
Hernando 12

Highlands 8
Hillsborough 94
Holmes 1
Indian River 10

Jackson 5
. Jefferson 1
"* m Lafayette
r Lake 19

6 Lee 40
o Leon 23
Levy 3
SLiberty

o Madison 1
S Manatee 24
Marion 24
Martin 11

a Miami-Dade 2,09
Monroe 8
S Nassau 5
S Okaloosa 17



g. See footnote at end of table.


ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, BY RACE IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)

(rounded to thousands)


Estimates, 1998
al White Black

4 8 6
3 21 2
0 25 5
5 120 4

0 73 7
2 798 126
8 16 1
7 99 7

0 35 14
4 8 6
7 6 1
6 179 15

6 376 26
3 171 57
2 29 3
8 6 1

9 11 8
7 226 18
2 212 28
9 111 7

0 1,579 468
6 80 4
5 49 5
6 152 17


Projections
2000 2005 2010
Total White Black Total White Black Total White Black

15 9 6 17 10 7 18 11 7
23 21 2 24 21 2 24 22 2
32 26 5 34 29 5 37 31 5
132 126 5 148 142 5 164 157 5

83 76 7 91 83 7 98 90 7
969 819 130 1,034 872 139 1,095 922 147
18 17 1 19 17 1 20 18 1
111 103 7 121 113 7 131 123 7

51 36 14 54 39 15 57 41 16
15 9 6 15 9 6 16 10 6
8 6 1 8 7 1 9 8 1
207 189 16 232 214 16 256 237 17

424 393 27 468 435 29 510 474 30
243 178 59 266 195 65 288 211 69
34 30 4 38 34 4 41 37 4
8 7 1 9 8 1 10 9 1

20 12 8 21 13 8 22 14 8
256 235 19 278 255 20 298 274 21
254 222 29 282 248 31 309 273 33
124 116 7 137 128 7 148 139 8

2,138 1,604 487 2,252 1,664 532 2,359 1,717 574
87 82 4 92 86 5 96 90 5
57 52 5 63 58 5 69 64 5
183 158 18 200 172 20 216 185 22


Continued ...







c: Ta
Ta

if

0

m County

Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach

Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam

St. Johns
,a St. Lucie
0 Santa Rosa
: Sarasota
S Seminole
o Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
a Union
Volusia

p Wakulla
A. Walton
W Washington


I


ble 1.43. RACE: ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, AND PROJECTIONS, APRIL 1, 2000, 2005, AND 2010, BY RACE IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)

(rounded to thousands)

OPn itinne


Estimates, 1998
Total White Black

35 32 3
824 670 131
149 137 8
1,021 881 126

321 312 6
892 806 72
466 402 59
71 58 13

110 102 7
183 153 28
108 101 5
316 301 13

345 309 28
48 39 8
34 29 4

20 15 4
13 10 3
420 380 36

20 17 2
38 35 3
21 17 3


2000 2005 2010
Total White Black Total White Black Total White Black

36 33 3 39 35 3 41 38 3
860 698 137 955 771 154 1,045 839 171
159 146 9 183 169 10 206 190 12
1,060 915 130 1,155 998 140 1,245 1,075 149

331 322 7 357 346 7 381 369 8
903 815 73 930 836 77 955 856 81
480 414 60 513 444 63 543 471 65
73 60 13 77 63 13 81 67 13

116 108 7 132 123 8 146 138 8
192 161 29 213 180 30 233 198 32
114 106 5 129 120 6 143 133 6
326 310 13 349 333 14 371 354 14

361 323 29 398 357 32 433 389 34
51 41 9 58 48 10 65 54 10
35 31 4 39 34 4 43 38 5

21 16 4 21 17 4 22 18 4
14 11 3 15 12 3 16 13 3
434 393 36 468 424 38 499 453 39

21 19 3 25 21 3 27 24 3
41 37 3 46 42 3 51 47 3
22 18 4 24 19 4 25 21 4


Note: Totals include other races not shown separately.

2 Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida Population Studies, July 1999, Volume 32,
" No. 3. Bulletin No. 124.







1.00 Population Florida Statistical Abstract 1999

Table 1.65. METROPOLITAN AREAS: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990, AND
POPULATION ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, IN THE STATE AND
METROPOLITAN AREAS OF FLORIDA


Metropolitan area

Florida

Metropolitan areas, total
Daytona Beach
Flagler County
Volusia County
Ft. Lauderdale
Ft. Myers-Cape Coral
Ft. Pierce-Port St. Lucie
Martin County
St. Lucie County
Ft. Walton Beach
Gainesville
Jacksonville
Clay County
Duval County
Nassau County
St. Johns County
Lakeland-Winter Haven
Melboume-Titusville-Palm Bay
Miami
Naples
Ocala
Orlando
Lake County
Orange County
Osceola County
Seminole County
Panama City
Pensacola
Escambia County
Santa Rosa County
Punta Gorda
Sarasota-Bradenton
Manatee County
Sarasota County
Tallahassee
Gadsden County
Leon County
Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater
Hernando County
Hillsborough County
Pasco County
Pinellas County
West Palm Beach-Boca Raton


Percentage
change
Census Estimates 1980- 1990-
1980 1990 1998 1990 1998

9,746,961 12,938,071 15,000,475 32.7 15.9

9,038,653 12,023,514 13,691,763 33.0 13.9
269,675 399,438 463,872 48.1 16.1
10,913 28,701 43,441 163.0 51.4
258,762 370,737 420,431 43.3 13.4
1,018,257 1,255,531 1,460,890 23.3 16.4
205,266 335,113 405,637 63.3 21.0
151,196 251,071 302,592 66.1 20.5
64,014 100,900 119,370 57.6 18.3
87,182 150,171 183,222 72.3 22.0
109,920 143,777 175,568 30.8 22.1
151,369 181,596 211,403 20.0 16.4
722,252 906,727 1,052,789 25.5 16.1
67,052 105,986 134,534 58.1 26.9
571,003 672,971 753,823 17.9 12.0
32,894 43,941 54,538 33.6 24.1
51,303 83,829 109,894 63.4 31.1
321,652 405,382 465,858 26.0 14.9
272,959 398,978 465,825 46.2 16.8
1,625,509 1,937,194 2,090,314 19.2 7.9
85,971 152,099 210,095 76.9 38.1
122,488 194,835 242,357 59.1 24.4
804,774 1,224,844 1,514,046 52.2 23.6
104,870 152,104 196,073 45.0 28.9
470,865 677,491 824,095 43.9 21.6
49,287 107,728 148,712 118.6 38.0
179,752 287,521 345,166 60.0 20.0
97,740 126,994 147,496 29.9 16.1
289,782 344,406 403,978 18.9 17.3
233,794 262,798 296,164 12.4 12.7
55,988 81,608 107,814 45.8 32.1
58,460 110,975 133,655 89.8 20.4
350,696 489,483 563,051 39.6 15.0
148,445 211,707 247,028 42.6 16.7
202,251 277,776 316,023 37.3 13.8
190,329 233,609 284,052 22.7 21.6
41,674 41,116 50,820 -1.3 23.6
148,655 192,493 233,232 29.5 21.2
1,613,600 2,067,959 2,280,582 28.2 10.3
44,469 101,115 125,008 127.4 23.6
646,939 834,054 942,322 28.9 13.0
193,661 281,131 321,074 45.2 14.2
728,531 851,659 892,178 16.9 4.8
576,758 863,503 1,020,521 49.7 18.2


Note: Data are for Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) and for Primary Metropolitan Statistical Areas
(PMSAs) based on 1992 MSA designations. See Glossary for definitions and map at the front of the book
for area boundaries.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida
Estimates of Population, April 1, 1998. Census data from U.S. Bureau of the Census.

University of Florida Bureau of Economic and Business Research







1.00 Population Florida Statistical Abstract 1999

Table 1.66. PLANNING DISTRICTS: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND POPULATION
ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, IN THE STATE, COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING
DISTRICTS, AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA


Change
Esti- 1990
Census mates to District
1990 1998 1998A/ and county


Florida 12,938,071 15,000,475

District 1 675,633 804,614
Bay 126,994 147,496
Escambia 262,798 296,164
Holmes 15,778 17,949
Okaloosa 143,777 175,568
Santa Rosa 81,608 107,814
Walton 27,759 38,304
Washington 16,919 21,319
District 2 337,533 414,036
Calhoun 11,011 13,572
Franklin 8,967 10,739
Gadsden 41,116 50,820
Gulf 11,504 14,260
Jackson 41,375 49,670
Jefferson 11,296 14,207
Leon 192,493 233,232
Liberty 5,569 7,708
Wakulla 14,202 19,828
District 3 354,196 425,589
Alachua 181,596 211,403
Bradford 22,515 25,355
Columbia 42,613 55,368
Dixie 10,585 13,196
Gilchrist 9,667 13,140
Hamilton 10,930 14,120
Lafayette 5,578 6,998
Madison 16,569 19,277
Suwannee 26,780 33,746
Taylor 17,111 19,527
Union 10,252 13,459
District 4 1,018,984 1,188,815
Baker 18,486 21,131
Clay 105,986 134,534
Duval 672,971 753,823
Flagler 28,701 43,441
Nassau 43,941 54,538
Putnam 65,070 71,454
St. Johns 83,829 109,894


15.9 District 5
Citrus
19.1 Hernando
16.1 Levy
12.7 Marion
13.8 Sumter
22.1 District 6
32.1 Brevard
38.0 Lake
26.0 Orange
22.7 Osceola
23.3 Seminole
19.8 Volusia
23.6 District 7
24.0 De Soto
20.0 Hardee
25.8 Highlands
21.2 Okeechobee
38.4 Polk
39.6 District 8
20.2 Hillsborough
16.4 Manatee
12.6 Pasco
29.9 Pinellas
24.7 District 9
35.9 Charlotte
29.2 Collier
25.5 Glades
16.3 Hendry
26.0 Lee
14.1 Sarasota
31.3 District 10
16.7 Indian River
14.3 Martin
26.9 Palm Beach
12.0 St. Lucie
51.4 District 11
24.1 Broward
9.8 Miami-Dade
31.1 Monroe


District
and county


A/ Percentage change.
Note: Data are for planning district boundaries as defined in May 1984. See map.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida
Estimates of Population, April 1, 1998. Census data from U.S., Bureau of the Census.

University of Florida Bureau of Economic and Business Research


Change
Esti- 1990
Census mates to
1990 1998 1998 A/

446,952 560,112 25.3
93,513 112,424 20.2
101,115 125,008 23.6
25,912 32,416 25.1
194,835 242,357 24.4
31,577 47,907 51.7
1,994,559 2,400,302 20.3
398,978 465,825 16.8
152,104 196,073 28.9
677,491 824,095 21.6
107,728 148,712 38.0
287,521 345,166 20.0
370,737 420,431 13.4
546,805 632,103 15.6
23,865 27,927 17.0
19,499 22,801 16.9
68,432 80,458 17.6
29,627 35,059 18.3
405,382 465,858 14.9
2,178,551 2,402,602 10.3
834,054 942,322 13.0
211,707 247,028 16.7
281,131 321,074 14.2
851,659 892,178 4.8
909,327 1,105,649 21.6
110,975 133,655 20.4
152,099 210,095 38.1
7,591 9,875 30.1
25,773 30,364 17.8
335,113 405,637 21.0
277,776 316,023 13.8
1,204,782 1,429,803 18.7
90,208 106,690 18.3
100,900 119,370 18.3
863,503 1,020,521 18.2
150,171 183,222 22.0
3,270,749 3,636,850 11.2
1,255,531 1,460,890 16.4
1,937,194 2,090,314 7.9
78,024 85,646 9.8











Planning Districts


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

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

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

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


District 5 Withlacoochee
Citrus
Hernando
Levy
Marion
Sumter

District 6 East Central Florida
Brevard
Lake
Orange
Osceola
Seminole
Volusia


District 7 Central Florida
De Soto
Hardee
Highlands
Okeechobee
Polk

District 8 Tampa Bay
Hillsborough
Manatee
Pasco
Pinellas


District 9 Southwest Florida
Charlotte
Collier
Glades
Hendry
Lee
Sarasota


0 i,


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

District 11- South Florida
Broward
Miami-Dade
Monroe







1.00 Population Florida Statistical Abstract 1999

Table 1.67. HEALTH DISTRICTS: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1990, AND POPULATION
ESTIMATES APRIL 1, 1998, IN THE STATE, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
DISTRICTS, AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA


District
and county

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


Change
1990
Census Estimates to District
1990 1998 1998 A/ and county

12,938,071 15,000,475 15.9 District 6
515,942 617,850 104.9 Hillsborough
262,798 296,164 12.7 Manatee
143,777 175,568 22.1 District 7
81,608 107,814 32.1 Brevard
27,759 38,304 38.0 Orange
530,904 639,604 322.0 Osceola
126,994 147,496 16.1 Seminole
11,011 13,572 23.3 District 8
8,967 10,739 19.8 Charlotte
41,116 50,820 23.6 Collier
11,504 14,260 24.0 De Soto
15,778 17,949 13.8 Glades
41,375 49,670 20.0 Hendry
11,296 14,207 25.8 Lee
192,493 233,232 21.2 Sarasota
5,569 7,708 38.4 District 9
16,569 19,277 16.3 Palm Beach
17,111 19,527 14.1 District 10
14,202 19,828 39.6 Broward
16,919 21,319 26.0 District 11
411,498 490,655 266.4 Miami-Dade
181,596 211,403 16.4 Monroe
22,515 25,355 12.6 District 12
42,613 55,368 29.9 Flagler
10,585 13,196 24.7 Volusia
9,667 13,140 35.9 District 13
10,930 14,120 29.2 Citrus
5,578 6,998 25.5 Hernando
25,912 32,416 25.1 Lake
65,070 71,454 9.8 Marion
26,780 33,746 26.0 Sumter
10,252 13,459 31.3 District 14
925,213 1,073,920 108.5 Hardee
18,486 21,131 14.3 Highlands
105,986 134,534 26.9 Polk
672,971 753,823 12.0 District 15
43,941 54,538 24.1 Indian River
83,829 109,894 31.1 Martin
1,132,790 1,213,252 19.0 Okeechobee
281,131 321,074 14.2 St. Lucie
851,659 892,178 4.8


A/ Percentage change.
Note: See map of districts in Section 7.00.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida
Estimates ofPopulation, April 1, 1998. Census data from U.S. Bureau of the Census.

University of Florida Bureau of Economic and Business Research


Change
1990
Census Estimates to
1990 1998 1998 A/

1,045,761 1,189,350 29.7
834,054 942,322 13.0
211,707 247,028 16.7
1,471,718 1,783,798 96.5
398,978 465,825 16.8
677,491 824,095 21.6
107,728 148,712 38.0
287,521 345,166 20.0
933,192 1,133,576 158.3
110,975 133,655 20.4
152,099 210,095 38.1
23,865 27,927 17.0
7,591 9,875 30.1
25,773 30,364 17.8
335,113 405,637 21.0
277,776 316,023 13.8
863,503 1,020,521 18.2
863,503 1,020,521 18.2
1,255,531 1,460,890 16.4
1,255,531 1,460,890 16.4
2,015,218 2,175,960 17.7
1,937,194 2,090,314 7.9
78,024 85,646 9.8
399,438 463,872 64.8
28,701 43,441 51.4
370,737 420,431 13.4
573,144 723,769 148.9
93,513 112,424 20.2
101,115 125,008 23.6
152,104 196,073 28.9
194,835 242,357 24.4
31,577 47,907 51.7
493,313 569,117 49.4
19,499 22,801 16.9
68,432 80,458 17.6
405,382 465,858 14.9
370,906 444,341 76.9
90,208 106,690 18.3
100,900 119,370 18.3
29,627 35,059 18.3
150,171 183,222 22.0







1.00 Population Florida Statistical Abstract 1999

Table 1.69. POPULOUS CITIES: CENSUS COUNTS, APRIL 1, 1980 AND 1990
AND POPULATION ESTIMATES APRIL 1, 1998, IN THE 1998
MOST POPULOUS CITIES OF FLORIDA

Per-
centage
Total population change
Census Estimates Rank 1990 to
City 1980 1990 1998 1980 1990 1998 1998

Jacksonville (Duval) 540,920 635,230 710,595 1 1 1 11.9
Miami 346,865 358,648 364,765 2 2 2 1.7
Tampa 271,577 280,015 293,390 3 3 3 4.8
St. Petersburg 238,647 240,318 241,625 4 4 4 0.5

Hialeah 145,254 188,008 209,415 6 5 5 11.4
Orlando 128,291 164,674 180,462 7 6 6 9.6
Ft. Lauderdale 153,279 149,238 149,798 5 7 7 0.4
Tallahassee 81,548 124,773 143,237 11 8 8 14.8

Hollywood 121,323 121,720 126,917 8 9 9 4.3
Pembroke Pines 35,776 65,566 112,692 34 21 10 71.9
Coral Springs 37,349 78,864 107,156 27 13 11 35.9
Clearwater 85,170 98,784 102,874 10 10 12 4.1

Gainesville 81,371 85,075 100,315 12 12 13 17.9
Cape Coral 32,103 74,991 93,786 41 14 14 25.1
Miami Beach 96,298 92,639 93,464 9 11 15 0.9
West Palm Beach 1/ 63,305 67,764 80,901 13 17 16 19.4

Port St. Lucie 14,690 55,761 80,434 72 27 17 44.2
Plantation 48,501 66,814 78,952 20 18 18 18.2
Palm Bay 18,560 62,543 77,973 61 22 19 24.7
Lakeland 47,406 70,576 77,113 21 16 20 9.3

Sunrise 39,681 65,683 77,025 25 20 21 17.3
Pompano Beach 52,618 72,411 74,248 17 15 22 2.5
Melbourne 46,536 60,034 69,017 22 25 23 15.0
Boca Raton 49,447 61,486 68,850 18 24 24 12.0

Largo 57,958 65,910 68,244 14 19 25 3.5
Daytona Beach 54,176 61,991 65,016 16 23 26 4.9
Davie 20,515 47,143 62,738 58 32 27 33.1
Pensacola 57,619 59,198 61,113 15 26 28 3.2
Deltona 2/ (X) (X) 59,717 (X) (X) 29 (X)
Boynton Beach 35,624 46,284 53,635 35 34 30 15.9
Delray Beach 34,329 47,184 53,471 36 31 31 13.3
Miramar 32,813 40,663 52,882 39 41 32 30.0

Sarasota 48,868 50,897 51,650 19 28 33 1.5
Tamarac 29,376 44,822 51,488 45 36 34 14.9
North Miami 42,566 50,001 50,422 24 29 35 0.8

(X) Not applicable.
1/ Special census conducted since 1990.
2/ 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.
Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida
Estimates of Population, April 1, 1998. Census data from U.S. Bureau of the Census.

University of Florida Bureau of Economic and Business Research







1.00 Population Florida Statistical Abstract 1999

Table 1.72. COMPONENTS OF CHANGE: COMPONENTS OF POPULATION CHANGE IN THE
STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990 TO APRIL 1, 1998


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 1998 1998 Number centage Number centage


12,938,071 15,000,475 2,062,404 380,590 18.5

181,596 211,403 29,807 10,146 34.0


Florida

Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus

Clay
Collier
Columbia

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
Leon


18,486
126,994

22,515
398,978
1,255,531

11,011
110,975
93,513

105,986
152,099
42,613

23,865
10,585
672,971

262,798
28,701
8,967

41,116
9,667
7,591

11,504
10,930
19,499

25,773
101,115
68,432

834,054
15,778
90,208

41,375
11,296
5,578

152,104
335,113
192,493


See footnotes at end of table.

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Continued ...

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21,131
147,496

25,355
465,825
1,460,890

13,572
133,655
112,424

134,534
210,095
55,368

27,927
13,196
753,823

296,164
43,441
10,739

50,820
13,140
9,875

14,260
14,120
22,801

30,364
125,008
80,458

942,322
17,949
106,690

49,670
14,207
6,998

196,073
405,637
233,232


2,645
20,502

2,840
66,847
205,359

2,561
22,680
18,911

28,548
57,996
12,755

4,062
2,611
80,852

33,366
14,740
1,772

9,704
3,473
2,284

2,756
3,190
3,302

4,591
23,893
12,026

108,268
2,171
16,482

8,295
2,911
1,420

43,969
70,524
40,739


1,148 43.4
6,930 33.8

543 19.1
9,504 14.2
31,932 15.5

49 1.9
-6,369 0.0
-5,534 0.0

6,616 23.2
5,957 10.3
1,769 13.9

827 20.4
273 10.5
49,503 61.2

13,684 41.0
-878 0.0
-90 0.0

2,488 25.6
178 5.1
-35 0.0

44 1.6
363 11.4
1,969 59.6

2,890 62.9
-5,040 0.0
-2,301 0.0

49,781 46.0
36 1.7
-1,659 0.0

619 7.5
312 10.7
201 14.2

-2,370 0.0
1,379 2.0
12,413 30.5


1,681,814 81.5

19,661 66.0
1,497 56.6
13,572 66.2

2,297 80.9
57,343 85.8
173,427 84.5

2,512 98.1
29,049 100.0
24,445 100.0

21,932 76.8
52,039 89.7
10,986 86.1

3,235 79.6
2,338 89.5
31,349 38.8

19,682 59.0
15,618 100.0
1,862 100.0

7,216 74.4
3,295 94.9
2,319 100.0

2,712 98.4
2,827 88.6
1,333 40.4

1,701 37.1
28,933 100.0
14,327 100.0

58,487 54.0
2,135 98.3
18,141 100.0

7,676 92.5
2,599 89.3
1,219 85.8

46,339 100.0
69,145 98.0
28,326 69.5







1.00 Population Florida Statistical Abstract 1999

Table 1.72. COMPONENTS OF CHANGE: COMPONENTS OF POPULATION CHANGE IN THE
STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1990 TO APRIL 1, 1998 (Continued)


County

Levy
Liberty
Madison

Manatee
Marion
Martin

Miami-Dade
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


Popula- Components of change 1/
tion Natural
change increase Net migration
1990 to Per- Per-
1998 Number centage Number centage


Total population
Census Estimates
April 1 April 1
1990 1998

25,912 32,416
5,569 7,708
16,569 19,277

211,707 247,028
194,835 242,357
100,900 119,370

1,937,194 2,090,314
78,024 85,646
43,941 54,538

143,777 175,568
29,627 35,059
677,491 824,095

107,728 148,712
863,503 1,020,521
281,131 321,074

851,659 892,178
405382 465858
65,070 71,454

83,829 109,894
150171 183222
81,608 107,814

277,776 316,023
287521 345166
31,577 47,907

26,780 33,746
17111 19527
10,252 13,459

370,737 420,431
14202 19828
27,759 38,304
16,919 21,319


6,504 63 1.0
2,139 201 9.4
2,708 437 16.1

35,321 -1,190 0.0
47,522 311 0.7
18,470 -1,409 0.0

153,120 114,562 74.8
7,622 1,798 23.6
10,597 2,424 22.9

31,791 11,000 34.6
5,432 1,580 29.1
146,604 52,949 36.1

40,984 7,396 18.0
157,018 10,505 6.7
39,943 -11,764 0.0

40,519 -22,454 0.0
60476 13818 22.8
6,384 1,177 18.4

26,065 1,795 6.9
33051 3523 10.7
26,206 5,583 21.3

38,247 -13,736 0.0
57645 18224 31.6
16,330 -171 0.0

6,966 -69 0.0
2416 390 16.1
3,207 -47 0.0

49,694 -4,673 0.0
5626 564 10.0
10,545 310 2.9
4,400 215 4.9


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.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida
Estimates of Population, April 1, 1998. Census data from U.S. Bureau of the Census.

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6,441 99.0
1,938 90.6
2,271 83.9

36,511 100.0
47,211 99.3
19,879 100.0

38,558 25.2
5,824 76.4
8,173 77.1

20,791 65.4
3,852 70.9
93,655 63.9

33,588 82.0
146,513 93.3
51,707 100.0

62,973 100.0
46658 77.2
5,207 81.6

24,270 93.1
29528 89.3
20,623 78.7

51,983 100.0
39421 68.4
16,501 100.0

7,035 100.0
2026 83.9
3,254 100.0

54,367 100.0
5062 90.0
10,235 97.1
4,185 95.1







1.00 Population Florida Statistical Abstract 1999

Table 1.74. MIGRATION: STATE-TO-STATE MIGRATION FLOWS FOR FLORIDA
1990 AND 1996

Per- Per-
cent- cent-
age age
State 1990 1996 change State 1990 1996 change
From Alabama 11,443 11,727 2.5 From Indiana 11,292 10,956 -3.0
To Alabama 13,515 12,784 -5.4 To Indiana 8,971 7,539 -16.0
Net -2,072 -1,057 (X) Net 2,321 3,417 (X)
From Alaska 1,058 1,293 22.2 From Iowa 2,052 2,281 11.2
To Alaska 1,246 1,110 -10.9 To Iowa 2,037 1,565 -23.2
Net -188 183 (X) Net 15 716 (X)
From Arizona 4,046 4,233 4.6 From Kansas 2,581 2,755 6.7
To Arizona 3,702 5,426 46.6 To Kansas 2,075 2,212 6.6
Net 344 -1,193 (X) Net 506 543 (X)
From Arkansas 2,610 2,663 2.0 From Kentucky 7,107 6,454 -9.2
To Arkansas 2,658 2,348 -11.7 To Kentucky 6,665 5,704 -14.4
Net -48 315 (X) Net 442 750 (X)
From California 24,697 20,295 -17.8 From Louisiana 6,686 5,905 -11.7
To California 18,766 16,426 -12.5 To Louisiana 6,180 4,472 -27.6
Net 5,931 3,869 (X) Net 506 1,433 (X)
From Colorado 5,074 5,724 12.8 From Maine 4,175 3,498 -16.2
To Colorado 5,184 6,899 33.1 To Maine 2,097 2,403 14.6
Net -110 -1,175 (X) Net 2,078 1,095 (X)
From Connecticut 14,025 11,292 -19.5 From Maryland 11,943 12,618 5.7
To Connecticut 4,990 4,862 -2.6 To Maryland 6,940 6,683 -3.7
Net 9,035 6,430 (X) Net 5,003 5,935 (X)
From Delaware 1,546 1,655 7.1 From Massachusetts 21,179 14,088 -33.5
To Delaware 977 911 -6.8 To Massachusetts 6,164 7,471 21.2
Net 569 744 (X) Net 15,015 6,617 (X)
From District of Columbia 942 908 -3.6 From Michigan 17,711 15,712 -11.3
To District of Columbia 741 705 -4.9 To Michigan 10,947 10,329 -5.6
Net 201 203 (X) Net 6,764 5,383 (X)
From Georgia 25,952 28,671 10.5 From Minnesota 3,477 4,066 16.9
To Georgia 32,032 38,393 19.9 To Minnesota 2,957 2,570 -13.1
Net -6,080 -9,722 (X) Net 520 1,496 (X)
From Hawaii 2,527 2,285 -9.6 From Mississippi 4,659 4,342 -6.8
To Hawaii 1,760 1,778 1.0 To Mississippi 4,455 4,314 -3.2
Net 767 507 (X) Net 204 28 (X)
From Idaho 525 628 19.6 From Missouri 5,609 5,842 4.2
To Idaho 952 780 -18.1 To Missouri 4,636 4,545 -2.0
Net -427 -152 (X) Net 973 1,297 (X)
From Illinois 18,868 18,112 -4.0 From Montana 474 1,430 201.7
To Illinois 11,665 9,849 -15.6 To Montana 594 635 6.9
Net 7,203 8,263 (X) Net -120 795 (X)

See footnotes at end of table. Continued ...

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1.00 Population Florida Statistical Abstract 1999

Table 1.74. MIGRATION: STATE-TO-STATE MIGRATION FLOWS FOR FLORIDA
1990 AND 1996 (Continued)


State

From Nebraska
To Nebraska
Net

From Nevada
To Nevada
Net

From New Hampshire
To New Hampshire
Net

From New Jersey
To New Jersey
Net

From New Mexico
To New Mexico
Net

From New York
To New York
Net

From North Carolina
To North Carolina
Net

From North Dakota
To North Dakota
Net

From Ohio
To Ohio
Net

From Oklahoma
To Oklahoma
Net

From Oregon
To Oregon
Net

From Pennsylvania
To Pennsylvania
Net


Per- Per-
cent- cent-
age age
1990 1996 change State 1990 1996 change

1,324 1,568 18.4 From Rhode Island 4,281 3,346 -21.8
862 949 10.1 To Rhode Island 1,527 1,482 -2.9
462 619 (X) Net 2,754 1,864 (X)

1,880 2,226 18.4 From South Carolina 8,726 8,596 -1.5
2,748 3,275 19.2 To South Carolina 10,245 9,887 -3.5
-868 -1,049 (X) Net -1,519 -1,291 (X)


5,681 3,471 -38.9 From South Dakota
1,614 2,113 30.9 To South Dakota
4,067 1,358 (X) Net

32,120 26,725 -16.8 From Tennessee
9,585 9,324 -2.7 To Tennessee
22,535 17,401 (X) Net

1,771 2,231 26.0 From Texas
1,682 1,941 15.4 To Texas
89 290 (X) Net

71,586 61,722 -13.8 From Utah
21,103 18,990 -10.0 To Utah
50,483 42,732 (X) Net

15,295 16,789 9.8 From Vermont
19,204 23,851 24.2 To Vermont
-3,909 -7,062 (X) Net

467 587 25.7 From Virginia
321 320 -0.3 To Virginia
146 267 (X) Net

21,803 20,816 -4.5 From Washington
16,175 13,004 -19.6 To Washington
5,628 7,812 (X) Net

3,324 3,133 -5.7 From West Virginia
2,826 2,802 -0.8 To West Virginia
498 331 (X) Net

1,241 1,579 27.2 From Wisconsin
1,476 1,683 14.0 To Wisconsin
-235 -104 (X) Net

20,814 20,604 -1.0 From Wyoming
12,596 10,293 -18.3 To Wyoming
8,218 10,311 (X) Net


586 472 -19.5
440 442 0.5
146 30 (X)

10,075 12,979 28.8
12,400 13,262 7.0
-2,325 -283 (X)

23,693 21,532 -9.1
24,678 24,054 -2.5
-985 -2,522 (X)

867 1,358 56.6
1,141 1,313 15.1
-274 45 (X)

1,725 1,349 -21.8
797 915 14.8
928 434 (X)

19,501 20,725 6.3
14,987 14,865 -0.8
4,514 5,860 (X)

3,536 4,237 19.8
4,214 4,567 8.4
-678 -330 (X)

2,999 2,803 -6.5
3,096 2,006 -35.2
-97 797 (X)

5,022 5,752 14.5
4,003 3,298 -17.6
1,019 2,454 (X)

401 498 24.2
454 398 -12.3
-53 100 (X)


(X) Not applicable.
Note: Data are based on individual income tax returns filed by citizens and resident aliens with the IRS
and exclude migration exchanges with abroad.

Source: U.S., Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, unpublished data. Data prepared
by University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research.

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a Table 1.75. MIGRATION: MIGRATION FLOWS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1993 THROUGH 1996

Net migration In-migration Out-migration
SCounty 1993 1994 1995 1996 1993 1994 1995 1996 1993 1994 1995 1996
SFlorida1/ 108,462 101,017 87,668 116,784 429,374 437,102 418,838 444,531 320,912 336,085 331,170 327,747

I Alachua 556 888 64 -530 11,176 12,178 11,844 11,432 10,620 11,290 11,780 11,962
Baker 54 112 163 97 936 951 996 1,140 882 839 833 1,043
Bay 1,179 1,450 1,318 879 9,384 10,488 10,448 9,303 8,205 9,038 9,130 8,424

Bradford -78 60 160 219 1,123 1,139 1,233 1,142 1,201 1,079 1,073 923
Brevard 4,595 5,020 2,077 3,597 23,749 25,097 22,766 23,110 19,154 20,077 20,689 19,513
Broward 16,337 13,343 11,127 14,112 75,028 75,477 73,212 76,166 58,691 62,134 62,085 62,054

Calhoun 147 40 261 -96 584 489 681 493 437 449 420 589
Charlotte 3,214 3,533 2,184 2,791 8,985 9,670 8,330 9,165 5,771 6,137 6,146 6,374
Citrus 2,775 3,390 2,756 2,478 7,004 7,630 7,386 7,174 4,229 4,240 4,630 4,696

Clay 1,841 2,607 3,275 3,110 11,895 13,089 13,605 13,858 10,054 10,482 10,330 10,748
S Collier 4,043 3,435 3,418 5,154 13,827 13,900 13,398 14,812 9,784 10,465 9,980 9,658
o0 Columbia 879 791 730 730 2,945 3,149 3,087 3,305 2,066 2,358 2,357 2,575

De Soto 43 -96 -202 -65 1,752 1,580 1,372 1,520 1,709 1,676 1,574 1,585
Dixie 271 290 187 273 751 766 731 798 480 476 544 525
SDuval -2,063 126 7,370 860 38,968 41,658 45,950 41,358 41,031 41,532 38,580 40,498
ft
J Escambia -863 -501 1,486 2,501 16,059 17,699 18,256 19,664 16,922 18,200 16,770 17,163
SFlagler 1,619 2,184 1,661 2,183 3,208 3,716 3,402 4,105 1,589 1,532 1,741 1,922
o Franklin 70 83 93 10 470 500 493 475 400 417 400 465

Gadsden -76 131 91 -134 2,064 2,093 2,132 2,058 2,140 1,962 2,041 2,192
B Gilchrist 255 292 365 291 850 936 964 991 595 644 599 700
Glades 134 -56 70 55 697 554 558 773 563 610 488 718

SGulf 54 228 5 89 683 813 735 761 629 585 730 672
a Hamilton 11 175 252 -5 602 618 738 652 591 443 486 657
Hardee -316 -429 -563 -235 1,491 1,376 1,175 1,264 1,807 1,805 1,738 1,499



See footnotes at end of table. Continued ...







: Table 1.75. MIGRAT


SCounty 1993
SHendry 24
3 Hernando 3,477
o Highlands 1,347
Hillsborough -1,476
Holmes 203
Indian River 1,494

Jackson 5
Jefferson 93
Lafayette 46

Lake 4,962
Lee 6,749
Leon 1,220

S Levy 583
SLiberty 129
SMadison 87

Manatee 3,268
Marion 5,452
SMartin 1,957
0
o Miami-Dade -15,360
Monroe -509
Nassau 697
p
a. Okaloosa 1,055
r Okeechobee -342
SOrange 2,025





See footnotes at end of table.


TON: MIGRATION FLOWS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1993 THROUGH 1996 (Continued)


Net migration
1994 1995 1996
-497 -503 -146
3,061 2,851 3,398
1,390 918 875

1,378 1,220 5,656
353 24 289
1,557 833 2,035
275 390 2
45 162 105
156 -61 -90

6,203 6,359 6,617
6,742 4,677 5,158
971 -1,541 -930

550 399 718
59 27 117
-5 80 5

4,133 2,864 3,112
5,415 4,231 5,049
1,721 2,149 2,199

-21,363 -23,310 -24,237
-145 -592 -415
724 972 1,320

963 871 84
-142 -92 44
365 3,549 8,041


In-migration
1993 1994 1995 1996
2,783 2,460 2,171 2,180
8,501 8,617 8,337 8,413
5,196 5,215 4,568 4,575

45,410 47,724 47,378 49,492
1,028 1,085 941 1,228
5,762 6,022 5,518 6,506

2,000 2,158 2,255 2,002
667 648 719 824
306 448 328 224

12,856 14,398 14,466 15,570
22,238 23,179 21,078 22,478
12,698 13,198 12,519 12,078

1,992 2,073 1,919 2,360
326 288 318 358
720 665 704 710

16,490 17,338 16,983 15,204
14,048 14,473 13,625 14,601
8,372 8,516 8,496 9,012

46,606 44,799 42,084 41,481
6,985 6,822 6,207 6,198
3,599 3,596 3,738 4,151

13,241 15,155 14,771 12,911
2,291 2,228 2,048 1,878
51,843 54,365 54,553 57,568


1993
2,759
5,024
3,849

46,886
825
4,268

1,995
574
260

7,894
15,489
11,478

1,409
197
633

13,222
8,596
6,415

61,966
7,494
2,902

12,186
2,633
49,818


Continued ...


Out-migration
1994 1995
2,957 2,674
5,556 5,486
3,825 3,650

46,346 46,158
732 917
4,465 4,685

1,883 1,865
603 557
292 389

8,195 8,107
16,437 16,401
12,227 14,060

1,523 1,520
229 291
670 624

13,205 14,119
9,058 9,394
6,795 6,347

66,162 65,394
6,967 6,799
2,872 2,766

14,192 13,900
2,370 2,140
54,000 51,004


1996
2,326
5,015
3,700

43,836
939
4,471

2,000
719
314

8,953
17,320
13,008

1,642
241
705

12,092
9,552
6,813

65,718
6,613
2,831

12,827
1,834
49,527







0 Ti


S County
0
Osceola
3 Palm Beach
. Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam

St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa

Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
o Suwannee
a Taylor
3 Union

o Volusia
Wakulla
K Walton
Washington
o


able 1.75. MIGRATION: MIGRATION FLOWS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1993 THROUGH 1996 (Continued)


1993
1,535
15,031
6,369

5,616
4,325
408

2,030
2,469
2,683

4,924
3,451
571

460
-55
23

5,532
425
744
199


Net migration
1994 1995
2,601 2,831
11,529 8,746
6,335 6,334

7,823 4,701
4,564 3,358
395 288

1,974 2,380
2,316 2,379
3,368 2,842

5,351 3,404
2,678 2,185
680 371

496 773
57 104
33 209

4,487 4,405
447 1,989
564 699
334 213


1996
3,026
12,554
6,840

5,022
4,470
363

3,724
2,557
3,072

4,574
3,775
1,384

654
-2
90

5,088
971
904
364


In-migration
1993 1994 1995 1996
11,217 12,794 12,569 13,905
53,062 53,807 51,104 52,884
20,864 21,821 21,661 21,226

43,358 46,811 44,813 41,335
21,403 22,415 21,175 22,299
3,048 3,166 3,079 3,366

7,980 8,076 8,103 9,756
11,120 11,520 11,049 11,374
9,350 10,443 9,878 10,444

18,460 19,159 18,168 18,084
28,457 28,731 27,710 29,105
2,065 2,319 2,172 3,072

1,801 2,150 2,129 2,028
707 791 822 771
544 558 652 629

21,764 22,082 21,448 22,436
1,362 1,306 2,884 1,825
2,230 2,217 2,252 2,413
1,139 1,335 1,245 1,293


Out-migration
1993 1994 1995 1996
9,682 10,193 9,738 10,879
38,031 42,278 42,358 40,330
14,495 15,486 15,327 14,386

37,742 38,988 40,112 36,313
17,078 17,851 17,817 17,829
2,640 2,771 2,791 3,003

5,950 6,102 5,723 6,032
8,651 9,204 8,670 8,817
6,667 7,075 7,036 7,372

13,536 13,808 14,764 13,510
25,006 26,053 25,525 25,330
1,494 1,639 1,801 1,688

1,341 1,654 1,356 1,374
762 734 718 773
521 525 443 539

16,232 17,595 17,043 17,348
937 859 895 854
1,486 1,653 1,553 1,509
940 1,001 1,032 929


1 1/ County flow data will not add to state flow data due to the method in which the data are aggregated.
a Note: Data are based on individual income tax returns filed by citizens and resident aliens with the IRS and exclude migration exchanges with
Abroad. Only returns for which the social security number matches from one year to the next are used. Data are affected by births, deaths, mar-
riages, reporting error, and changes in tax filing status. IRS migration data tend to understate activity in Florida due to its large elderly population
and foreign immigration. See Table 1.76 for migration exchanges with abroad.

Source: U.S., Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, unpublished data. Data prepared by University of Florida, Bureau of Eco-
j. nomic and Business Research.







1.00 Population Florida Statistical Abstract 1999

Table 1.76. MIGRATION: EXCHANGED MIGRANTS BY AREA OF EXCHANGE IN THE
COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1996


County

Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus

Clay
Collier
Columbia

De Soto
Dixie
Duval

Escambia
Flagler
Franklin

Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades

Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee

Hendry
Hemando
Highlands

Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River

Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette

Lake
Lee
Leon


In-migration
Percentage from
Other
Florida Other
Total counties states 1/ abroad

11,879 59.0 37.2 3.8
1,140 68.9 31.1 0.0
9,987 26.7 66.5 6.8

1,142 76.4 23.6 0.0
23,948 30.5 66.0 3.5
77,176 51.4 47.3 1.3

493 76.3 23.7 0.0
9,253 34.0 65.0 1.0
7,239 40.3 58.8 0.9

14,450 52.8 43.1 4.1
15,025 34.4 64.2 1.4
3,305 64.8 35.2 0.0

1,520 55.7 44.3 0.0
798 74.3 25.7 0.0
43,818 35.1 59.3 5.6

21,035 21.9 71.6 6.5
4,138 39.8 59.4 0.8
475 51.6 48.4 0.0

2,075 72.9 26.3 0.8
991 76.8 23.2 0.0
773 70.9 29.1 0.0

761 51.9 48.1 0.0
652 60.4 39.6 0.0
1,264 59.0 41.0 0.0

2,180 66.5 33.5 0.0
8,481 48.3 50.9 0.8
4,600 47.5 52.0 0.5

51,103 39.3 57.5 3.2
1,228 64.7 35.3 0.0
6,578 44.0 54.9 1.1

2,039 60.2 38.0 1.8
824 74.0 26.0 0.0
224 77.2 22.8 0.0

15,662 55.1 44.4 0.6
22,705 29.7 69.3 1.0
12,391 55.9 41.6 2.5


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Out-migration
Percentage from
Other
Florida Other
Total counties states 1/ abroad

12,113 57.4 41.3 1.2
1,043 69.4 30.6 0.0
9,189 30.4 61.3 8.3

923 77.4 22.6 0.0
20,167 34.7 62.1 3.2
62,955 53.9 44.7 1.4

589 65.9 34.1 0.0
6,424 52.3 46.9 0.8
4,756 52.8 45.9 1.3

11,062 56.5 40.7 2.8
9,734 43.9 55.3 0.8
2,599 65.7 33.4 0.9

1,585 55.2 44.8 0.0
525 78.5 21.5 0.0
42,308 42.6 53.1 4.3

18,127 30.3 64.4 5.3
1,956 57.5 40.7 1.7
465 63.2 36.8 0.0

2,192 72.9 27.1 0.0
700 79.3 20.7 0.0
718 70.8 29.2 0.0

672 66.2 33.8 0.0
657 64.2 35.8 0.0
1,499 54.4 45.6 0.0

2,348 50.0 49.1 0.9
5,052 56.1 43.2 0.7
3,750 51.7 47.0 1.3

44,914 48.1 49.5 2.4
939 62.0 38.0 0.0
4,508 47.6 51.6 0.8

2,000 54.3 45.7 0.0
719 69.8 30.2 0.0
314 73.9 26.1 0.0

9,024 57.3 41.9 0.8
17,492 44.5 54.5 1.0
13,151 57.6 41.3 1.1


See footnote at end of table.

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Table 1.76. MIGRATION: EXCHANGED MIGRANTS BY AREA OF EXCHANGE IN THE
COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1996 (Continued)


In-migration
Percentage from
Other
Florida Other
Total counties states 1/ abroad


County

Levy
Liberty
Madison

Manatee
Marion
Martin

Miami-Dade
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


Out-migration
Percentage from
Other
Florida Other
Total counties states / abroad


2,360 70.5
358 79.1
710 64.8

15,348 43.6
14,772 44.7
9,101 53.4

43,756 37.3
6,443 37.9
4,214 52.8

14,549 20.6
1,878 60.8
59,082 48.7

14,119 48.8
53,886 40.3
21,387 51.6

42,322 33.8
22,496 45.1
3,412 63.1

9,853 53.1
11,475 51.7
11,074 44.8

18,480 36.7
29,490 57.4
3,093 52.9

2,028 75.6
771 60.3
629 79.7

22,759 41.7
1,825 80.8
2,433 52.5
1,293 73.3


1/ Includes the District of Columbia.

Source: U.S., Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, unpublished data. Data prepared
by University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research.

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0.0 1,642 71.0
0.0 241 84.6
0.0 705 62.6

0.9 12,204 51.1
1.2 9,623 51.4
1.0 6,863 59.4

5.2 67,524 61.9
3.8 6,818 47.3
1.5 2,861 52.0

11.3 14,312 27.1
0.0 1,834 52.2
2.6 50,686 56.5

1.5 11,110 62.4
1.9 40,903 45.6
0.8 14,507 57.1

2.3 36,722 46.2
0.9 18,057 46.3
1.3 3,041 63.4

1.0 6,112 59.1
0.9 8,872 57.8
5.7 7,683 45.2

2.1 13,625 52.0
1.3 25,675 64.4
0.7 1,688 66.6

0.0 1,374 71.4
0.0 773 66.4
0.0 539 82.0

1.4 17,540 46.1
0.0 854 69.1
0.8 1,509 57.2
0.0 929 71.0







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Table 1.77. COUNTY RANKINGS AND DENSITY: POPULATION ESTIMATES, RANK
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION, LAND AREA, AND DENSITY IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1998

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

Florida 15,000,475 (X) 100.00 53,937.2 278 (X)

Alachua 211,403 19 1.41 874.3 242 20
Baker 21,131 52 0.14 585.3 36 52
Bay 147,496 25 0.98 763.7 193 25

Bradford 25,355 49 0.17 293.2 86 38
Brevard 465,825 9 3.11 1,018.5 457 11
Broward 1,460,890 2 9.74 1,208.9 1,208 2

Calhoun 13,572 60 0.09 567.4 24 60
Charlotte 133,655 27 0.89 693.7 193 26
Citrus 112,424 30 0.75 583.6 193 27

Clay 134,534 26 0.90 601.1 224 21
Collier 210,095 20 1.40 2,025.5 104 33
Columbia 55,368 37 0.37 797.2 69 42

De Soto 27,927 48 0.19 637.3 44 47
Dixie 13,196 62 0.09 704.1 19 63
Duval 753,823 7 5.03 773.9 974 5
Escambia 296,164 15 1.97 663.6 446 12
Flagler 43,441 42 0.29 485.0 90 36
Franklin 10,739 64 0.07 534.0 20 62

Gadsden 50,820 39 0.34 516.2 98 35
Gilchrist 13,140 63 0.09 348.9 38 48
Glades 9,875 65 0.07 773.5 13 66

Gulf 14,260 57 0.10 565.1 25 59
Hamilton 14,120 59 0.09 514.9 27 57
Hardee 22,801 50 0.15 637.4 36 53
Hendry 30,364 47 0.20 1,152.7 26 58
Hernando 125,008 28 0.83 478.3 261 18
Highlands 80,458 35 0.54 1,028.5 78 41

Hillsborough 942,322 4 6.28 1,051.0 897 7
Holmes 17,949 56 0.12 482.6 37 49
Indian River 106,690 33 0.71 503.3 212 23

Jackson 49,670 40 0.33 915.8 54 44
Jefferson 14,207 58 0.09 597.8 24 61
Lafayette 6,998 67 0.05 542.8 13 65

Lake 196,073 21 1.31 953.1 206 24
Lee 405,637 11 2.70 803.6 505 10
Leon 233,232 18 1.55 666.8 350 15

See footnotes at end of table. Continued ...

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Table 1.77. COUNTY RANKINGS AND DENSITY: POPULATION ESTIMATES, RANK
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION, LAND AREA, AND DENSITY IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1998 (Continued)

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

Levy 32,416 46 0.22 1,118.4 29 55
Liberty 7,708 66 0.05 835.9 9 67
Madison 19,277 55 0.13 692.0 28 56

Manatee 247,028 16 1.65 741.2 333 16
Marion 242,357 17 1.62 1,579.0 153 30
Martin 119,370 29 0.80 555.7 215 22

Miami-Dade 2,090,314 1 13.93 1,944.5 1,075 4
Monroe 85,646 34 0.57 997.3 86 39
Nassau 54,538 38 0.36 651.6 84 40

Okaloosa 175,568 23 1.17 935.8 188 28
Okeechobee 35,059 44 0.23 774.3 45 46
Orange 824,095 6 5.49 907.6 908 6

Osceola 148,712 24 0.99 1,322.0 112 31
Palm Beach 1,020,521 3 6.80 1,974.2 517 9
Pasco 321,074 13 2.14 745.0 431 13
Pinellas 892,178 5 5.95 280.2 3,185 1
Polk 465,858 8 3.11 1,874.9 248 19
Putnam 71,454 36 0.48 722.2 99 34

St. Johns 109,894 31 0.73 609.0 180 29
St. Lucie 183,222 22 1.22 572.5 320 17
Santa Rosa 107,814 32 0.72 1,015.8 106 32

Sarasota 316,023 14 2.11 571.8 553 8
Seminole 345,166 12 2.30 308.2 1,120 3
Sumter 47,907 41 0.32 545.7 88 37

Suwannee 33,746 45 0.22 687.7 49 45
Taylor 19,527 54 0.13 1,042.0 19 64
Union 13,459 61 0.09 240.3 56 43

Volusia 420,431 10 2.80 1,105.9 380 14
Wakulla 19,828 53 0.13 606.7 33 54
Walton 38,304 43 0.26 1,057.7 36 51
Washington 21,319 51 0.14 579.9 37 50





(X) Not applicable.
I/ Land area figures represent the total area in the counties in 1990 and are not adjusted for lands which
cannot be developed (government-owned parks or reserves) or are uninhabitable (swamps or marshes).
Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida
Estimates ofPopulation, April 1, 1998. Census data from U.S. Bureau of the Census.

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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, 1998


County or city

Florida
Incorporated
Unincorporated

Alachua
Gainesville
Unincorporated
Baker
Bay
Panama City
Unincorporated
Bradford

Brevard
Rockledge
Titusville
Unincorporated
Broward
Cooper City
Davie
Ft. Lauderdale
Hollywood
Lauderhill
Oakland Park
Pembroke Pines
Pompano Beach
Unincorporated

Calhoun
Charlotte
Punta Gorda
Unincorporated
Citrus

Collier
Columbia
Lake City
Unincorporated

De Soto
Dixie
Duval (Jacksonville)
Escambia
Pensacola
Unincorporated
Franklin

Gadsden
Chatahoochee
Gretna
Unincorporated


Total

89,106
14,982
74,124

1,736
1,315
421
1,450
1,002
201
801
3,800

1,504
16
62
1,426
1,474
6
14
119
19
15
8
365
92
836

1,136
766
30
736
105

115
2,091
432
1,659

1,722
864
498
2,012
144
1,868
196

2,458
1,347
775
336


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
Belleview
Ocala
Unincorporated


Total

871
747
1,256

1,609
1,488
1,047

472
24
1,292
798
494

1,196
370
4,793
1,456
192
3,145

903
905
908

634
30
116
488

1,599
1,449
150
191

1,276
75
1,201

1,338
42
1,296
389
189
25
175

2,280
6
92
2,182


See footnote at end of table.

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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, 1998 (Continued)


County or city

Martin
Stuart
Unincorporated
Miami-Dade
Miami
North Miami
Unincorporated

Monroe
Nassau
Fernandina Beach
Unincorporated
Okaloosa
Okeechobee

Orange
Eatonville
Orlando
Winter Park
Unincorporated
Osceola

Palm Beach
Boca Raton
Lantana
West Palm Beach
Unincorporated

Pasco
San Antonio
Unincorporated

Pinellas
Clearwater
Largo
Pinellas Park
St. Petersburg
Seminole
Unincorporated


Total

1,578
84
1,494
8,482
2,545
201
5,736

56
44
20
24
1,866
1,462

2,566
64
62
56
2,384
204

3,117
8
133
243
2,733

399
31
368

1,194
30
53
30
285
8
788


County or city

Polk
Bartow
Unincorporated
Putnam
St. Lucie
Ft. Pierce
Unincorporated

Santa Rosa
Milton
Unincorporated
Sarasota
Sarasota
Unincorporated
Seminole
Casselberry
Sanford
Unincorporated

Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Raiford
Unincorporated

Volusia
Daytona Beach
Ormond Beach
Unincorporated
Wakulla

Walton
De Funiak Springs
Unincorporated
Washington
Caryville
Vernon
Unincorporated


Note: Inmates and patients residing in federal and state government-operated institutions and consid-
ered nonresidents of the local area for revenue-sharing purposes. Unless city data are specified separately
for a county, county data are for unincorporated areas.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida
Estimates of Population, April 1, 1998.

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Total

3,008
354
2,654
417
167
91
76

1,003
75
928
40
22
18
190
6
63
121

5,155
8
1,070
3,897
20
3,877

1,569
56
6
1,507
607

1,222
40
1,182
1,268
92
40
1,136







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Table 1.81. HOMELESS POPULATION: ESTIMATED DAILY HOMELESS POPULATION
IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1997-98


District

Florida

1



2


3


Homeless coalition



Escambia Coalition on the
Homeless
Okaloosa Coalition on the
Homeless
Bay County Homeless and
Hunger Coalition
Tallahassee Coalition for
the Homeless
District 3 Homeless
Coalition


4 The Emergency Services and
Homeless Coalition of
Jacksonville
5 Pinellas County Coalition for
the Homeless
Coalition for the Homeless of
Pasco County

6 Hillsborough County Homeless
Coalition
Community Coalition on
Homelessness
7 Homeless Services Network
of Orange County
Coalition for the Hungry and
Homeless of Brevard County
8 District 8 Homeless Coalition

9 Homeless Coalition of Palm
Beach County
10 Broward Coalition for the
Homeless

11 Miami-Dade County Homeless
Trust
12 Volusia/Flagler County
Homeless Coalition
13 Mid-Florida Homeless
Coalition
14 Homeless Coalition of Polk
County
15 Coalition for the Homeless of
Indian River County


County


Escambia, Santa Rosa

Okaloosa, Walton

Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes,
Jackson, Washington
Leon, Franklin, Gadsden, Liberty,
Jefferson, Madison, Wakulla, Taylor
Alachua, Bradford, Columbia
Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lafayette,
Levy, Putnam, Suwannee, Union

Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau,
St. Johns

Pinellas

Pasco


Hillsborough

Manatee

Orange, Osceola, Seminole

Brevard

Charlotte, Collier, De Soto, Glades,
Hendry, Lee, Sarasota
Palm Beach

Broward


Miami-Dade, Monroe

Flagler, Volusia

Citrus, Hernando, Lake, Marion,
Sumter
Polk

Indian River, Martin, Okeechobee,
St. Lucie


Source: State of Florida, Department of Children and Families, Annual Report on Homeless Conditions
in Florida, 1999, prepublication release.

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Estimated
daily
homeless
population

52,557

1,147

512

1,500

1,530

1,812


3,119


3,216

558


3,666

1,202

5,600

2,503

4,387

4,000

5,260

5,200

1,772

2,610

1,114

1,849






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Table 1.83. PLANNING DISTRICTS: POPULATION ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, AND
PROJECTIONS SPECIFIED YEARS APRIL 1, 2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE
AND COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING DISTRICTS OF FLORIDA

(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)

Estimates Projections
District 1998 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020

Florida 15,000.5
Low 15,080.4 15,708.7 16,373.4 17,102.8 17,901.2
Medium 15,524.5 16,773.4 17,942.3 19,156.9 20,420.3
High 15,913.9 17,622.8 19,321.5 21,041.0 22,783.7
District 1 804.6
Low 774.1 776.5 767.5 749.5 722.2
Medium 838.9 905.5 968.4 1,033.9 1,102.4
High 906.9 1,049.0 1,200.0 1,363.6 1,540.4
District 2 414.0
Low 390.0 390.9 382.8 367.7 346.0
Medium 431.6 471.6 507.1 542.1 577.9
High 475.0 559.6 647.2 740.2 839.5
District 3 425.6
Low 406.3 405.5 398.1 384.0 364.1
Medium 444.2 480.0 513.1 545.7 578.7
High 483.7 561.3 643.3 729.3 821.4
District 4 1,188.8
Low 1,141.0 1,149.1 1,139.9 1,117.5 1,080.8
Medium 1,229.7 1,329.0 1,421.9 1,519.2 1,620.4
High 1,323.6 1,530.3 1,749.7 1,987.7 2,244.9
District 5 560.1
Low 528.7 540.4 539.3 527.5 504.6
Medium 588.0 656.0 720.0 787.2 857.5
High 650.7 786.2 932.7 1,093.4 1,269.5
District 6 2,400.3
Low 2,288.5 2,334.7 2,334.6 2,297.2 2,221.7
Medium 2,502.8 2,759.7 3,001.6 3,254.2 3,518.1
High 2,729.6 3,240.6 3,787.8 4,385.6 5,036.7
District 7 632.1
Low 609.3 611.6 605.8 594.6 578.0
Medium 651.7 697.7 740.3 784.4 830.3
High 696.2 794.0 895.7 1,004.9 1,121.4
District 8 2,402.6
Low 2,315.4 2,299.8 2,264.1 2,213.2 2,145.8
Medium 2,459.6 2,598.4 2,729.0 2,865.1 3,006.1
High 2,610.8 2,927.1 3,258.1 3,611.1 3,985.1
District 9 1,105.6
Low 1,048.3 1,065.2 1,058.6 1,033.4 988.6
Medium 1,156.4 1,277.5 1,391.3 1,510.4 1,635.0
High 1,270.4 1,516.1 1,780.1 2,069.7 2,386.3
District 10 1,429.8
Low 1,384.1 1,416.5 1,425.8 1,418.1 1,392.6
Medium 1,487.2 1,626.9 1,757.6 1,894.0 2,036.1
High 1,597.3 1,867.6 2,153.8 2,464.1 2,799.3
District 11 3,636.9
Low 3,516.0 3,517.6 3,481.7 3,419.7 3,330.7
Medium 3,734.5 3,971.5 4,191.7 4,420.5 4,658.1
High 3,964.8 4,476.9 5,010.2 5,579.5 6,185.7

Note: See footnote on Table 1.84.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida
Population Studies, February 1999, Volume 32, No. 2. Bulletin No. 123.

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Table 1.84. PROJECTIONS: POPULATION ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, AND PROJECTIONS
SPECIFIED YEARS APRIL 1, 2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA

(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)


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


15,080.4 15,708.7
15,524.5 16,773.4
15,913.9 17,622.8


Estimates
1998

15,000.5



211.4



21.1



147.5


25.4


465.8


1,460.9



13.6


133.7


112.4



134.5


210.1


207.3
234.1
263.8

19.6
23.7
28.2

144.9
163.4
184.4

23.7
26.8
30.2

465.0
523.9
591.8

1,443.1
1,627.1
1,836.7

11.9
15.5
19.4

130.1
156.9
187.2

107.7
130.0
154.9

131.7
158.8
189.6

198.5
257.5
323.8


Projections
2010


16,373.4
17,942.3
19,321.5


206.9
249.3
297.8

18.9
25.2
32.2

144.8
174.0
208.3

23.0
27.8
33.1

468.9
562.3
674.7

1,446.0
1,736.5
2,080.8

11.2
16.6
22.6

130.2
172.1
221.6

106.9
141.6
182.1

132.5
175.0
225.5

196.2
289.5
398.4


2015


17,102.8
19,156.9
21,041.0


203.2
263.0
331.5

18.0
26.8
36.6

143.4
184.9
234.0

22.2
28.9
36.2

468.2
602.3
764.0

1,435.8
1,850.0
2,342.7

10.2
17.8
26.2

127.8
188.1
259.5

104.3
153.8
211.8

130.6
192.0
265.1

187.4
323.1
482.0


2020


17,901.2
20,420.3
22,783.7


197.2
276.1
366.2

16.8
28.4
41.2

140.7
196.2
261.3

21.3
30.0
39.6

463.0
643.9
859.9

1,412.3
1,967.9
2,622.8

9.0
19.0
30.1

122.9
204.9
301.0

99.7
166.6
244.2

126.0
209.8
308.5

171.7
358.5
575.0


See footnote at end of table.

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205.3
218.1
231.5

20.0
22.1
24.4

143.3
152.1
161.5

24.3
25.8
27.4

454.7
482.7
512.8

1,421.7
1,509.5
1,603.2

12.3
14.3
16.4

127.0
140.7
155.2

106.0
117.5
129.6

127.8
141.6
156.2

193.2
223.8
256.1







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Table 1.84. PROJECTIONS: POPULATION ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, AND PROJECTIONS
SPECIFIED YEARS APRIL 1, 2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)

(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)


Estimates Projections
County 1998 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020

Columbia 55.4
Low 53.2 53.8 53.2 51.8 49.4
Medium 58.9 64.9 70.5 76.4 82.5
High 65.0 77.4 90.6 105.1 120.9
De Soto 27.9
Low 27.4 28.2 28.2 27.9 27.4
Medium 29.1 31.8 33.9 36.0 38.2
High 30.9 35.9 40.6 45.6 50.9
Dixie 13.2
Low 11.9 11.9 11.4 10.6 9.4
Medium 13.8 15.5 16.9 18.3 19.9
High 15.8 19.4 23.1 27.1 31.6
Duval 753.8
Low 727.2 724.1 713.8 698.5 678.1
Medium 772.5 817.9 860.1 904.0 949.5
High 820.1 921.6 1,027.2 1,139.7 1,259.3
Escambia 296.2
Low 290.8 287.5 281.8 274.5 265.5
Medium 308.9 324.9 339.9 355.7 372.3
High 327.9 365.8 405.5 447.9 493.1
Flagler 43.4
Low 40.8 43.8 44.7 43.8 40.9
Medium 47.2 56.6 65.5 74.9 84.8
High 54.1 71.4 90.7 112.5 137.0
Franklin 10.7
Low 10.0 9.9 9.6 9.2 8.6
Medium 11.1 12.0 12.8 13.6 14.5
High 12.2 14.2 16.3 18.6 21.1
Gadsden 50.8
Low 49.6 50.5 50.7 50.6 50.0
Medium 52.7 56.9 60.9 65.1 69.6
High 56.0 64.2 73.0 82.5 92.9
Gilchrist 13.1
Low 11.6 11.4 10.7 9.5 7.8
Medium 14.1 16.1 17.9 19.9 22.0
High 16.7 21.2 26.1 31.7 38.0
Glades 9.9
Low 9.0 8.7 8.1 7.4 6.5
Medium 10.5 11.3 12.1 12.9 13.8
High 12.0 14.2 16.5 19.0 21.8
Gulf 14.3
Low 12.9 12.9 11.8 10.5 9.0
Medium 14.9 16.9 17.7 18.5 19.3
High 17.1 21.1 23.9 27.0 30.2
Hamilton 14.1
Low 13.3 12.9 12.2 11.2 9.9
Medium 15.5 16.9 18.2 19.5 20.9
High 17.7 21.1 24.8 28.8 33.2



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Table 1.84. PROJECTIONS: POPULATION ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, AND PROJECTIONS
SPECIFIED YEARS APRIL 1, 2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)

(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)


Estimates Projections
County 1998 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020

Hardee 22.8
Low 20.8 19.3 17.8 16.1 14.5
Medium 23.1 23.5 23.9 24.3 24.7
High 25.4 27.8 30.2 32.8 35.4
Hendry 30.4
Low 29.8 30.3 30.4 30.3 29.9
Medium 31.7 34.2 36.5 39.0 41.6
High 33.6 38.6 43.8 49.4 55.4
Hernando 125.0
Low 118.9 123.0 124.1 122.6 118.6
Medium 131.7 148.3 163.8 180.1 197.2
High 145.3 177.1 211.2 248.9 290.3
Highlands 80.5
Low 75.3 75.2 73.6 70.9 67.0
Medium 83.5 90.8 97.7 104.9 112.4
High 92.0 108.1 125.3 143.9 164.0
Hillsborough 942.3
Low 912.3 915.8 910.1 897.6 876.9
Medium 968.9 1,033.7 1,094.8 1,158.9 1,224.9
High 1,028.7 1,165.6 1,309.6 1,464.6 1,628.5
Holmes 17.9
Low 16.6 15.8 14.8 13.7 12.6
Medium 18.5 19.2 19.9 20.6 21.3
High 20.3 22.7 25.2 27.9 30.7
Indian River 106.7
Low 100.1 100.6 99.0 95.8 90.9
Medium 111.0 121.5 131.3 141.6 152.3
High 122.4 144.7 168.5 194.5 222.6
Jackson 49.7
Low 47.9 48.2 47.5 46.4 45.0
Medium 50.9 54.5 57.2 60.0 63.0
High 54.0 61.4 68.3 75.7 83.5
Jefferson 14.2
Low 12.6 11.8 10.8 9.7 8.3
Medium 14.6 15.5 16.2 17.0 17.8
High 16.7 19.3 22.0 24.9 27.9
Lafayette 7.0
Low 6.5 6.5 6.2 5.7 5.1
Medium 7.5 8.5 9.2 10.0 10.8
High 8.6 10.6 12.6 14.7 17.1
Lake 196.1
Low 186.4 192.5 193.8 191.3 184.9
Medium 206.5 232.0 256.0 281.2 307.6
High 227.8 277.0 330.0 388.5 452.6
Lee 405.6
Low 382.5 387.9 384.9 375.2 358.4
Medium 423.9 468.2 509.9 553.4 598.8
High 467.5 558.2 655.4 761.7 877.5



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Table 1.84. PROJECTIONS: POPULATION ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, AND PROJECTIONS
SPECIFIED YEARS APRIL 1, 2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)

(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)


Estimates Projections
County 1998 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020

Leon 233.2
Low 219.4 220.2 216.7 208.4 196.1
Medium 243.3 266.4 288.2 308.9 329.5
High 268.2 316.9 369.0 423.0 480.2
Levy 32.4
Low 30.7 31.1 30.8 30.1 28.7
Medium 34.0 37.5 40.8 44.3 48.0
High 37.5 44.7 52.5 61.0 70.3
Liberty 7.7
Low 6.8 6.5 6.0 5.2 4.2
Medium 8.3 9.2 10.1 11.0 12.0
High 9.8 12.1 14.6 17.4 20.6
Madison 19.3
Low 17.1 16.1 14.8 13.2 11.5
Medium 19.9 21.1 22.1 23.2 24.4
High 22.7 26.3 30.0 34.0 38.3
Manatee 247.0
Low 241.2 246.5 248.5 248.1 245.3
Medium 256.0 277.7 298.0 319.1 341.1
High 271.9 313.7 357.6 404.8 455.5
Marion 242.4
Low 229.3 234.1 233.7 229.0 219.8
Medium 254.0 282.4 309.2 337.3 366.6
High 280.2 336.9 398.0 464.9 538.1
Martin 119.4
Low 112.3 113.3 111.9 108.7 103.5
Medium 124.5 136.8 148.4 160.5 173.2
High 137.2 163.0 190.6 220.7 253.5
Miami-Dade 2,090.3
Low 2,012.0 1,993.2 1,956.2 1,906.6 1,843.8
Medium 2,137.5 2,252.5 2,359.3 2,470.3 2,585.5
High 2,268.8 2,536.8 2,815.0 3,110.7 3,424.3
Monroe 85.6
Low 82.3 81.3 79.5 77.3 74.6
Medium 87.5 91.9 95.9 100.2 104.7
High 92.8 103.4 114.4 126.1 138.6
Nassau 54.5
Low 51.5 52.3 52.1 50.9 48.7
Medium 57.0 63.2 69.0 75.1 81.4
High 62.9 75.3 88.8 103.4 119.3
Okaloosa 175.6
Low 164.7 165.2 162.4 157.0 148.9
Medium 182.6 199.6 215.6 232.2 249.5
High 201.3 237.7 276.6 318.8 364.6
Okeechobee 35.1
Low 34.2 34.5 34.4 34.1 33.4
Medium 36.4 38.9 41.4 43.9 46.6
High 38.6 43.9 49.5 55.6 62.0



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Table 1.84. PROJECTIONS: POPULATION ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, AND PROJECTIONS
SPECIFIED YEARS APRIL 1, 2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)

(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)


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


Estimates
1998

824.1



148.7



1,020.5


321.1



892.2



465.9


71.5


109.9



183.2



107.8


316.0



345.2


2000


776.3
860.2
948.8

137.0
158.7
181.6

998.4
1,059.7
1,125.9

312.2
331.5
352.1

849.7
903.2
958.1

451.6
479.6
509.3

68.8
73.1
77.6

104.9
116.2
128.3

173.3
192.0
211.8

103.1
114.2
126.0

306.8
325.8
346.0

325.3
360.6
397.6


2005


791.6
955.1
1,139.1

141.2
183.1
230.4

1,025.8
1,155.3
1,305.5

316.5
356.9
402.9

821.0
930.1
1,044.9

454.4
512.7
578.3

68.3
77.2
86.9

109.3
131.6
157.3

176.8
213.3
254.4

106.9
128.8
153.9

309.7
349.4
394.1

329.8
398.1
474.6


Projections
2010


789.2
1,044.5
1,343.8

140.0
206.3
284.2

1,038.5
1,244.5
1,494.4

317.2
381.0
456.5

788.3
955.2
1,134.4

451.8
543.4
650.1

67.1
80.9
96.6

110.8
146.2
188.7

176.4
233.4
300.3

108.0
142.6
184.0

308.8
371.2
444.4

327.1
433.4
557.0


2015


772.5
1,138.1
1,568.4

134.0
230.8
344.5

1,040.8
1,337.4
1,698.2

314.8
405.7
513.6

752.7
981.4
1,228.1

445.6
575.3
727.0

65.6
84.9
107.0

110.1
161.5
223.4

172.8
254.5
350.7

107.0
157.1
217.2

305.3
393.9
498.1

318.7
470.2
647.1


Zu2z


740.9
1,236.1
1,813.9

122.9
256.5
411.6

1,032.4
1,434.1
1,917.4

309.4
431.3
574.7

714.2
1,008.8
1,326.4

435.7
608.4
809.1

63.5
89.0
118.0

106.8
177.5
261.6

165.8
276.5
405.8

103.6
172.3
253.8

299.2
417.4
555.6

304.4
508.7
745.4


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Table 1.84. PROJECTIONS: POPULATION ESTIMATES, APRIL 1, 1998, AND PROJECTIONS
SPECIFIED YEARS APRIL 1, 2000 THROUGH 2020, IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA (Continued)

(in thousands, rounded to hundreds)


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
1998

47.9



33.7


19.5


13.5


420.4



19.8


38.3



21.3


2000


43.8
50.8
58.1

31.9
35.3
38.9

18.8
20.9
23.0

12.4
14.4
16.4

408.8
434.1
461.0

18.5
21.5
24.6

36.6
40.5
44.7

19.0
22.1
25.2


2005


44.5
57.8
72.6

32.5
39.2
46.7

17.7
21.5
25.4

11.7
15.4
19.2

414.6
467.5
527.7

19.0
24.7
31.0

38.0
45.8
54.7

18.2
23.8
29.8


Projections
2010


43.8
64.6
88.9

32.4
42.9
55.1

16.4
22.0
28.0

10.9
16.3
22.1

415.6
499.1
598.1

18.5
27.4
37.5

38.6
50.9
65.7

17.1
25.5
34.7


2015


41.5
71.7
106.8

31.7
46.7
64.3

15.1
22.6
30.6

9.8
17.2
25.3

412.5
531.6
673.1

17.5
30.2
44.9

38.3
56.2
77.7

15.6
27.2
40.1


2020


37.8
79.1
126.6

30.3
50.6
74.3

13.6
23.2
33.4

8.6
18.3
28.8

405.6
565.3
753.3

15.8
33.2
53.0

37.1
61.7
90.9

13.8
29.1
46.0


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

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida
Population Studies, February 1999, Volume 32, No. 2. Bulletin No. 123.

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Table 1.88. VETERANS: ESTIMATED NUMBER OF VETERANS IN CIVIL LIFE BY PERIOD
OF SERVICE IN FLORIDA AND THE UNITED STATES, JULY 1, 1997

(rounded to thousands)


War veterans


Peacetime veterans
Be-
tween


Per- Korea
Total Viet- sian and Post-
vet- World World Korea nam Gulf Viet- Viet- Oth-
Area erans Total War I War II 1/ 1/ I nam nam er

Florida 1,686 1,315 1 560 239 432 85 158 202 11
United States 25,423 19,520 1 6,674 3,585 7,687 1,566 2,750 3,010 141

1/ No prior wartime service.

Source: U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs, Annual Report of the Secretary of Veterans Affairs, Fiscal
Year, 1997.


Table 1.89. IMMIGRANTS: NEW ARRIVALS BY PORT OF ENTRY IN FLORIDA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES, FISCAL YEARS 1996 AND 1997

Port of entry 1996 1997 Port of entry 1996 1997

Florida 34,704 30,052 Port Canaveral (NA) 2
Port Everglades 785 804
Jacksonville 7 9 Tampa 263 280
Miami 32,394 28,141 West Palm Beach 21 21
Orlando 1,234 797 United States 421,405 380,718

(NA) Not available.
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 1997


Country United Country Ui
of birth Florida States of birth Florida S

Total 1/ 82,318 798,378 India 1,239 38
Brazil 1,297 4,583 Jamaica 5,246 17
Canada 1,396 11,609 Mexico 3,131 146
Colombia 3,702 13,004 Nicaragua 3,320 6
Cuba 28,433 33,587 Peru 2,183 10
Dominican Republic 1,663 27,053 Philippines 1,495 49
Haiti 7,262 15,057 United Kingdom 1,145 10
Honduras 1,959 7,616 Venezuela 1,586 3

I/ Only admissions of 1,000 or more immigrants to Florida are shown separately.
Note: Data are for fiscal year ending September 30.

Source for Tables 1.89 and 1.90: U.S., Immigration and Naturalization Service, Statistics Division,
unpublished data.
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united
states

1,071
',840
,865
,331
1,853
1,117
1,651
1,328


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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 1997


County
of birth

Total 1/
Brazil
Canada
Colombia
Cuba
Dominican
Republic
Haiti
Honduras
India
Jamaica
Mexico
Nicaragua
Peru
Philippines
United
Kingdom







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


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 include legalized aliens.

Source: U.S., Immigration and Naturalization Service, Statistics Division, unpublished data.

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

517 10,646 644 498 120 293 1,243 709 551 45,707
7 339 11 4 2 7 20 4 10 539
33 329 32 20 2 6 24 25 37 151
13 749 12 11 2 7 23 6 9 2,095
9 720 25 13 2 2 63 21 7 24,682

8 173 12 1 0 0 5 3 2 1,104
0 1,476 76 69 1 1 12 89 2 3,048
2 179 12 7 0 1 17 7 8 1,402
25 184 14 4 5 20 51 59 51 153
17 2,148 22 61 1 2 24 45 36 1,590
59 166 84 102 2 3 20 238 28 507
1 110 3 3 0 0 7 1 4 2,956
8 457 10 7 0 4 16 1 6 1,325
33 140 24 20 34 11 266 12 47 223

22 227 29 19 7 4 33 15 38 155
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

616 198 5,374 79 226 209 861 239 5,057 5,858
7 46 157 0 1 0 12 0 50 113
17 10 135 17 11 17 70 8 221 130
20 13 270 0 1 1 14 2 129 247
99 3 350 0 3 1 55 2 997 773

6 1 176 0 0 3 5 0 76 53
160 0 481 1 1 63 29 1 70 1,566
6 1 59 0 1 1 20 1 83 115
1 19 180 3 3 3 15 21 266 90
11 11 308 0 1 21 27 4 143 654
115 17 311 3 8 10 130 10 480 241
1 2 32 1 0 0 6 0 22 91
7 4 132 0 0 5 15 5 89 71
4 17 215 13 61 6 19 9 161 96

12 12 162 1 10 6 56 9 147 109







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Table 1.92. REFUGEES: CUBAN AND HAITIAN ENTRANTS BY AGE AND SEX ARRIVING IN FLORIDA
FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 1998

Cuban and Cubans
Haitian entrants 1/ Cuban entrants 1/ Haitian entrants from
Age Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Havana

All ages 2,009 1,158 851 1,515 821 694 494 337 157 11,310

0-4 41 25 16 35 23 12 6 2 4 635
5-9 81 42 39 77 40 37 4 2 2 954
10-14 94 52 42 81 46 35 13 6 7 885
15-19 117 54 63 72 36 36 45 18 27 589
20-24 245 149 96 148 76 72 97 73 24 969
25-29 457 269 188 326 168 158 131 101 30 1,677
30-34 353 228 125 251 161 90 102 67 35 1,829
35-39 205 134 71 156 99 57 49 35 14 1,535
40-44 115 65 50 82 44 38 33 21 12 850
45-49 94 52 42 84 43 41 10 9 1 766
50-54 83 30 53 81 29 52 2 1 1 441
55-59 58 32 26 56 30 26 2 2 0 146
60-64 35 10 25 35 10 25 0 0 0 27
65 and over 31 16 15 31 16 15 0 0 0 7

1/ Excludes Cuban parolee arrivals from Havana (lottery).
Note: Historically, 85 percent of Cubans arriving in the United States remain in Florida.






Table 1.93. REFUGEES: ARRIVALS BY COUNTRY OF ORIGIN AND BY AGE IN FLORIDA
FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 1998

Less
than 65 and
Country Total 10 years 10-24 25-44 45-64 over

Total 17,316 2,349 3,941 8,611 2,265 150

Bosnia 2,040 375 514 876 252 23
Cuba 1/ 958 100 238 337 223 60
Vietnam 334 46 96 143 43 6
Croatia 204 29 62 83 28 2
Ukraine 181 32 50 57 30 12
Russia 70 15 16 22 12 5
Amerasians 35 9 6 16 4 0
Iran 31 5 11 13 2 0
Belarus 21 5 6 6 2 2
Sudan 21 4 8 8 1 0
Other 13,421 1,729 2,934 7,050 1,668 40

1/ Refugees only. Cuban entrants, Cuba-Havana lottery entrants, and Haitian entrants are included in
"other" and are shown separately on Table 1.92.

Source for Tables 1.92 and 1.93: State of Florida, Department of Children and Families, Refugee Pro-
grams Administration, Internet site: http://www.state.fl.us/cf_web.

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Table 1.94. REFUGEES: ARRIVALS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
FEDERAL FISCAL YEARS 1994 THROUGH 1998

Total Total
1994 to 1994 to
County 1994 1998 1998 County 1994 1998 1998

Florida 16,036 17,316 92,596 Lake 0 0 17
Lee 19 31 206
Alachua 9 1 16 Leon 0 3 13
Baker 0 0 0 Levy 0 0 0
Bay 7 0 9 Liberty 0 0 0

Bradford 0 0 6 Madison 0 0 0
Brevard 12 7 39 Manatee 6 1 33
Broward 862 559 3,397 Marion 3 0 15

Calhoun 0 0 0 Martin 5 4 13
Charlotte 12 48 81 Miami-Dade 12,104 12,445 71,645
Citrus 0 0 3 Monroe 228 70 625

Clay 19 4 56 Nassau 0 0 4
Collier 63 106 471 Okaloosa 9 4 23
Columbia 0 0 0 Okeechobee 0 0 2

De Soto 0 0 0 Orange 289 378 1,734
Dixie 0 0 0 Osceola 7 8 56
Duval 679 927 3,794 Palm Beach 541 558 2,453

Escambia 40 39 139 Pasco 70 354 705
Flagler 2 0 15 Pinellas 292 801 2,396
Franklin 0 0 0 Polk 38 19 167

Gadsden 0 0 0 Putnam 0 1 4
Gilchrist 0 0 0 St. Johns 0 0 7
Glades 0 0 1 St. Lucie 35 11 75

Gulf 0 0 2 Santa Rosa 6 0 20
Hamilton 0 0 0 Sarasota 75 94 408
Hardee 1 0 2 Seminole 41 146 408

Hendry 34 7 91 Sumter 3 0 3
Hernando 0 0 14 Suwannee 0 2 5
Highlands 3 3 22 Taylor 0 0 0
Hillsborough 494 668 3,289 Union 0 0 0
Holmes 0 0 0 Volusia 27 16 88
Indian River 1 1 23 Wakulla 0 0 0

Jackson 0 0 0 Walton 0 0 1
Jefferson 0 0 0 Washington 0 0 0
Lafayette 0 0 0







Source: State of Florida, Department of Children and Families, Refugee Programs Administration,
Internet site: http://www.state.fl.us/cfweb.

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HOUSING


Licensed Nursing Home Beds, 1998


] 0 to 174
f 175 to 399
E 400 to 999
* 1,000 to 9,383


D0


Source: Table 2.20


Iranl,
OUDES








SECTION 2.00
HOUSING

TABLES LISTED BY MAJOR HEADINGS

HEADING

HOME SALES:
Table 2.21. SALES AND MEDIAN SALES PRICE OF EXISTING SINGLE-FAMILY HOMES IN
SPECIFIED METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS (MSAS) OF FLORIDA, 1997 AND
1998
HOUSE PURCHASE PRICE:
Table 2.10. COST OF A HOUSE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1997 AND 1998
HOUSEHOLDS AND AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE:
Table 2.05. ESTIMATES IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, APRIL 1, 1998
MOBILE HOME AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLE TAGS:
Table 2.36. NUMBER SOLD IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1997-98
NURSING HOMES:
Table 2.20: NUMBER, LICENSED BEDS, AND ROOM RATES IN THE STATE, AGENCY FOR
HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION (AHCA) REGIONS, AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1998
PUBLIC LODGING:
Table 2.30. LICENSED LODGINGS, APARTMENTS, ROOMING HOUSES, RENTAL
CONDOMINIUMS, AND TRANSIENT APARTMENTS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES
OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1998-99
STATES:
Table 2.01. ESTIMATES OF HOUSING UNITS AND HOUSEHOLDS IN FLORIDA, OTHER
STATES, AND THE UNITED STATES, JULY 1, 1996
Table 2.02. HOMEOWNERSHIP RATES IN THE STATE AND SPECIFIED METROPOLITAN
STATISTICAL AREAS (MSAS) OF FLORIDA AND IN OTHER STATES AND THE
UNITED STATES, 1996, 1997, AND 1998


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Table 2.01. STATES: ESTIMATES OF HOUSING UNITS AND HOUSEHOLDS IN FLORIDA
OTHER STATES, AND THE UNITED STATES, JULY 1, 1996

(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
housing Persons
units Total per-- State

6,771 5,648 2.50 Missouri
Montana
1,814 1,624 2.58 Nebraska

242 214 2.75 Nevada
1,890 1,687 2.57 New Hampshire
1,077 951 2.58 New Jersey

11,827 11,101 2.81 New Mexico
1,640 1,502 2.49 New York
1,365 1,231 2.59 North Carolina

318 276 2.56 North Dakota
Ohio
268 231 2.17 Oklahoma

3,021 2,723 2.64 Oregon
433 389 2.96 Pennsylvania
481 430 2.72 Rhode Island

4,724 4,352 2.66 South Carolina
2,444 2,209 2.57 South Dakota
1,197 1,103 2.50 Tennessee

1,109 982 2.54 Texas
1,638 1,478 2.56 Utah
1,780 1,572 2.69 Vermont

630 483 2.50 Virginia
2,049 1,871 2.65 Washington
2,547 2,322 2.53 West Virginia

4,067 3,576 2.62 Wisconsin
1,981 1,763 2.58 Wyoming
1,083 979 2.70 United States


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

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

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Total Households
housing Persons
units Total per--

2,374 2,052 2.54
377 341 2.51
699 631 2.54

691 619 2.54
531 439 2.58
3,186 2,889 2.71

711 619 2.72
7,392 6,737 2.62
3,197 2,796 2.54

291 247 2.51
4,594 4,260 2.56
1,453 1,265 2.54

1,343 1,249 2.51
5,163 4,594 2.55
427 378 2.53

1,604 1,376 2.62
316 273 2.59
2,240 2,041 2.54

7,556 6,894 2.71
692 639 3.08
289 227 2.50

2,752 2,511 2.58
2,304 2,139 2.53
793 714 2.50

2,218 1,943 2.58
209 184 2.56
109,800 98,751 2.62







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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
1996, 1997, AND 1998


State and
MSA

Florida

Metropolitan Statistical
Area 1/
Ft. Lauderdale
Jacksonville
Miami
Orlando
Tampa-St. Petersburg-
Clearwater
West Palm Beach-
Boca Raton

Other states
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona

Arkansas
California
Colorado

Connecticut
Delaware
Georgia

Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois

Indiana
Iowa
Kansas

Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts


State and
1996 1997 1998 MSA

67.1 66.9 66.9 Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
67.5 67.8 68.3
66.6 67.4 67.5 Montana
51.9 52.7 53.1 Nebraska
66.5 62.5 62.3 Nevada
New Hampshire
68.0 68.7 70.0
New Jersey
73.3 69.2 69.5 New Mexico
New York

71.0 71.3 72.9 North Carolina
62.9 67.2 66.3 North Dakota
62.0 63.0 64.3 Ohio

66.6 66.7 66.7 Oklahoma
55.0 55.7 56.0 Oregon
64.5 64.1 65.2 Pennsylvania

69.0 68.1 69.3 Rhode Island
71.5 69.2 71.0 South Carolina
69.3 70.9 71.2 South Dakota

50.6 50.2 52.8 Tennessee
71.4 72.3 72.6 Texas
68.2 68.1 68.0 Utah

74.2 74.1 72.6 Vermont
72.8 72.7 72.1 Virginia
67.5 66.5 66.7 Washington

73.2 75.0 75.1 West Virginia
64.9 66.4 66.6 Wisconsin
76.5 74.9 74.6 Wyoming
66.9 70.5 68.7
61.7 62.3 61.3 United States


1996 1997 1998

73.3 73.3 74.4
75.4 75.4 75.4
73.0 73.7 75.1
70.2 70.5 70.7

68.6 67.5 68.6
66.8 66.7 69.9
61.1 61.2 61.4
65.0 66.8 69.6

64.6 63.1 63.1
67.1 69.6 71.3
52.7 52.6 52.8

70.4 70.2 71.3
68.2 68.1 68.0
69.2 69.0 70.7

68.4 68.5 69.7
63.1 61.0 63.4
71.7 73.3 73.9

56.6 58.7 59.8
72.9 74.1 76.6
67.8 67.6 67.3

68.8 70.2 71.3
61.8 61.5 62.5
72.7 72.5 73.7

70.3 69.1 69.1
68.5 68.4 69.4
63.1 62.9 64.9

74.3 74.6 74.8
68.2 68.3 70.1
68.0 67.6 70.0

65.4 65.7 66.3


1/ Data for are based on 1990 metropolitan/nonmetropolitan definitions.

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

Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Housing Vacancy Survey: Annual
Statistics, 1998, 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, 1998


County

Florida

Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte

Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
De Soto

Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin

Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton

Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough

Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette


Average
Households house-
Esti- Change hold
mates 1/ size

5,921,895 15.3 2.47

82,978 16.4 2.40
6,516 17.3 2.99
56,709 15.9 2.53

8,068 12.2 2.67
188,433 16.8 2.43
608,708 15.2 2.37
4,609 21.5 2.64
58,289 20.3 2.25

48,774 20.2 2.27
46,501 26.8 2.86
85,479 38.5 2.40
19,683 26.1 2.67
9,687 17.8 2.62

4,817 23.0 2.56
288,419 12.1 2.54
110,474 12.0 2.57
17,839 50.2 2.42
4,260 17.4 2.42

16,501 23.1 2.90
4,456 35.7 2.65
3,486 20.8 2.56
4,986 15.3 2.56
4,358 24.9 2.81

6,993 9.4 2.95
9,805 16.7 2.99
51,890 22.7 2.38
34,769 17.7 2.28
367,219 13.0 2.51

6,471 11.6 2.56
44,650 17.3 2.35
17,402 20.3 2.56
4,699 18.0 2.78
2,173 26.3 2.74


County

Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty

Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Miami-Dade

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


1/ Percentage change 1990 to 1998.

Source: University of Florida, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Population Program, Florida
Population Studies, January 1999, Volume 32, No. 1. Bulletin No. 122.

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Households
Esti- Change
mates I/

81,126 27.5
169,150 20.7
90,671 21.2
12,675 25.8
2,391 40.2

6,406 16.0
105,666 16.0
97,257 24.4
50,778 18.0
738,295 6.6

36,850 9.7
20,142 24.4
65,017 22.0
11,708 14.6
310,075 21.7

53,474 36.6
427,692 17.0
139,073 14.3
399,153 4.9
179,562 15.1

27,499 9.7
43,768 30.9
70,406 21.0
39,298 31.4
141,821 13.0

128,962 19.8
16,901 39.5
12,663 26.2
6,892 7.7
3,295 24.0

173,289 13.0
7,065 35.6
15,074 33.5
7,700 19.5


Average
house-
hold
size

2.37
2.36
2.43
2.51
2.69

2.75
2.30
2.45
2.29
2.78

2.24
2.68
2.60
2.74
2.56

2.71
2.34
2.26
2.19
2.53

2.55
2.44
2.56
2.68
2.19

2.65
2.48
2.61
2.67
2.90

2.34
2.69
2.44
2.55







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Table 2.10. HOUSE PURCHASE PRICE: COST OF A HOUSE IN THE COUNTIES OF FLORIDA
1997 AND 1998

(amounts in dollars)


Percent-
age
County 1997 1998 change County


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford

Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus

Clay
Collier
Columbia
De Soto
Dixie

Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden

Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee

Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes

Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake


88,043 84,403
77,499 75,202
84,027 84,978
80,456 77,516

94,760 89,637
112,884 110,479
71,953 74,261
88,528 84,131
83,994 79,968

91,501 88,225
118,227 109,653
78,483 80,051
76,466 76,718
75,196 75,528

92,129 90,398
80,609 79,275
89,465 86,919
87,256 82,729
75,871 76,230

78,762 77,618
93,054 83,927
80,414 76,953
74,301 74,624
78,639 78,794

83,762 79,252
85,747 83,389
79,253 80,337
101,160 99,683
74,525 74,074

97,214 86,687
73,578 73,982
74,556 77,390
73,071 75,651
92,616 91,517


-4.1 Lee
-3.0 Leon
1.1 Levy
-3.7 Liberty

-5.4 Madison
-2.1 Manatee
3.2 Marion
-5.0 Martin
-4.8 Miami-Dade

-3.6 Monroe
-7.3 Nassau
2.0 Okaloosa
0.3 Okeechobee
0.4 Orange

-1.9 Osceola
-1.7 Palm Beach
-2.8 Pasco
-5.2 Pinellas
0.5 Polk

-1.5 Putnam
-9.8 St. Johns
-4.3 St. Lucie
0.4 Santa Rosa
0.2 Sarasota

-5.4 Seminole
-2.7 Sumter
1.4 Suwannee
-1.5 Taylor
-0.6 Union

-10.8 Volusia
0.5 Wakulla
3.8 Walton
3.5 Washington
-1.2


Note: Data represent the cost of a house as measured by the Florida Price Level Index (FPU) and are
based on a sample of records for those single-family residential properties eligible for homestead exemp-
tion 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 FPU 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
1997 1998 change

113,271 89,453 -21.0
88,274 84,786 -4.0
79,113 78,553 -0.7
71,239 74,556 4.7

71,926 72,282 0.5
96,250 94,464 -1.9
80,611 82,681 2.6
107,998 94,755 -12.3
123,459 116,643 -5.5

150,446 130,897 -13.0
91,052 83,475 -8.3
88,762 87,192 -1.8
88,889 82,982 -6.6
99,299 95,145 -4.2

89,665 88,467 -1.3
107,991 103,926 -3.8
81,505 85,346 4.7
110,525 106,079 -4.0
93,303 88,229 -5.4

84,376 79,995 -5.2
95,633 91,451 -4.4
89,153 83,715 -6.1
85,420 80,200 -6.1
103,677 97,821 -5.6

91,340 93,030 1.9
82,159 78,968 -3.9
75,182 78,041 3.8
73,630 75,092 2.0
74,352 75,265 1.2

93,084 87,553 -5.9
79,130 76,258 -3.6
88,781 84,983 -4.3
72,618 72,975 0.5







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Table 2.20. NURSING HOMES: NUMBER, LICENSED BEDS, AND ROOM RATES IN THE STATE
AGENCY FOR HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION (AHCA) REGIONS, AND COUNTIES
OF FLORIDA, 1998

Number Semi- Number Semi-
AHCA region of Licensed private AHCA region of Licensed private
and county homes beds rooms and county homes beds rooms

Florida 746 81,989 36,379 North region (Continued)
Taylor 1 120 57
North Region 221 23,727 10,578 Union 0 0 0
Alachua 8 893 378 Volusia 32 3,453 1,525
Baker 2 188 82 Wakulla 1 120 47
Bay 9 854 320 Walton 2 217 98
Bradford 2 240 110 Washington 1 180 84
Calhoun 2 231 103
Citrus 8 961 493 Central region 269 28,875 12,830
Clay 11 1,159 613 Brevard 20 2,411 1,086
Columbia 4 280 118 Hardee 2 99 56
Dixie 0 0 0 Highlands 5 598 265
Duval 34 3,920 1,648 Hillsborough 39 4,392 1,934
Escambia 14 1,688 736 Manatee 15 1,457 661
Flagler 3 248 107 Orange 36 4,153 1,993
Franklin 2 150 41 Osceola 9 973 387
Gadsden 2 180 83 Pasco 18 1,748 869
Gilchrist 2 180 79 Pinellas 94 9,383 3,891
Gulf 1 120 38 Polk 23 2,756 1,243
Hamilton 1 60 25 Seminole 8 905 445
Hemando 5 660 309
Holmes 1 180 85 South Region 256 29,384 12,971
Jackson 4 480 282 Broward 41 4,567 1,993
Jefferson 2 157 43 Charlotte 9 1,100 484
Lafayette 1 60 30 Collier 11 842 291
Lake 12 1,231 513 De Soto 1 118 110
Leon 8 941 478 Glades 0 0 0
Levy 1 180 81 Hendry 2 213 100
Liberty 0 0 0 Indian River 8 638 291
Madison 3 197 89 Lee 18 1,886 843
Marion 9 1,193 491 Martin 7 760 279
Nassau 2 240 113 Miami-Dade 59 8,289 3,548
Okaloosa 10 837 472 Monroe 3 360 175
Putnam 4 347 163 Okeechobee 2 179 85
St. Johns 4 310 192 Palm Beach 56 6,281 2,698
Santa Rosa 9 661 230 Sarasota 29 3176 1600
Sumter 1 210 38 St. Lucie 10 975 474
Suwannee 3 401 184












Source: State of Florida, Agency for Health Care Administration, Guide to Nursing Homes in Florida,
1998, Internet site http://www.fdhc.state.fl.us/.

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Table 2.21. HOME SALES: SALES AND MEDIAN SALES PRICE OF EXISTING SINGLE-FAMILY
HOMES IN SPECIFIED METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS (MSAS)
OF FLORIDA, 1997 AND 1998

Number of homes sold Median sales price
Per- Per-
centage 19971/ 1998 centage
MSA 19971/ 1998 change (dollars) (dollars) change
Florida 2/ 130,590 146,621 12.3 95,800 101,500 5.9

Daytona Beach 4,838 5,903 22.0 77,500 81,100 4.6
Ft. Lauderdale 10,683 12,243 14.6 123,800 129,400 4.5
Ft. Myers-Cape Coral 2/ 3,364 3,407 1.3 94,000 100,700 7.1
Ft. Pierce-Port St. Lucie 3,037 3,496 15.1 84,900 89,000 4.8
Ft. Walton Beach 2/ 2,635 2,884 9.4 100,500 109,100 8.6

Gainesville 2,169 2,187 0.8 99,500 103,800 4.3
Jacksonville 2/ 8,969 10,126 12.9 88,600 97,300 9.8
Lakeland-Winter Haven 2/ 2,722 3,115 14.4 75,900 79,000 4.1
Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay 2/ 4,206 3,886 -7.6 83,700 85,800 2.5

Miami 11,106 12,155 9.4 117,800 121,800 3.4
Naples 1,826 2,056 12.6 164,000 176,000 7.3
Ocala 2,876 3,209 11.6 64,300 69,500 8.1
Orlando 2/ 16,196 18,538 14.5 94,400 96,700 2.4

Panama City 2/ 1,392 1,419 1.9 85,400 94,900 11.1
Pensacola 3,753 3,884 3.5 89,100 93,400 4.8
Punta Gorda 2,145 2,516 17.3 79,000 81,500 3.2
Sarasota-Bradenton 2/ 6,862 8,123 18.4 108,300 117,900 8.9

Tallahassee 1,710 2,067 20.9 112,100 114,900 2.5
Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater 2/ 25,018 26,836 7.3 84,000 89,500 6.5
West Palm Beach-Boca Raton 9,775 13,124 34.3 130,200 128,100 -1.6


















1/ Revised
2/ Due to periodic unavailability of data, figures are adjusted for comparison purposes. Florida includes
other nonMSA areas.

Source: Florida Association of Realtors and University of Florida, Real Estate Research Center, unpub-
lished data.

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ble 2.30. PUBLIC LODGING: LICENSED LODGINGS, APARTMENTS, ROOMING HOUSES, RENTAL CONDOMINIUMS, AND TRANSIENT
APARTMENTS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1998-99


S Ta



o0
o County

g Florida

Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford

Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte

oo Citrus
1 Clay
e Collier
S Columbia
De Soto

SDixie
SDuval

o Flagler
Franklin

S Gadsden
B Gilchrist
SGlades
Gulf
Hamilton
S


0
. See footnotes at end of table.


Total
licensed Apartment Rooming Rental
lodgings 1/ buildings houses condominiums
Number Units Number Units Number Units Number Units

31,096 1,341,007 18,081 880,932 419 5,740 6,481 76,635

434 26,899 376 22,871 2 47 0 0
5 166 2 59 0 0 0 0
497 20,138 116 5,438 2 13 175 5,159
29 774 12 371 1 2 0 0

582 29,713 381 19,213 6 58 40 1,522
3,740 144,506 2,823 110,060 22 207 49 2,190
6 126 4 102 0 0 0 0
135 3,357 29 1,019 0 0 55 815

75 2,083 31 827 4 37 3 132
59 6,060 44 4,932 0 0 3 34
281 17,106 115 8,072 2 35 80 3,003
88 3,133 49 1,121 1 12 0 0
18 401 12 255 1 19 0 0

12 190 1 32 1 9 0 0
807 80,440 656 67,095 21 267 3 20
417 19,335 171 11,726 4 9 160 1,588
40 1,091 10 185 1 26 9 172
226 1,215 4 121 1 3 201 624

25 826 14 633 1 4 0 0
4 93 1 60 0 0 0 0
18 258 4 50 0 0 0 0
67 486 3 113 0 0 51 257
17 537 7 148 0 0 0 0


Transient
apartment
buildings 2/
Number Units

1,442 16,719

5 130
0 0
5 101
2 9

40 524
340 3,928
0 0
25 234

12 94
1 13
6 64
4 76
0 0

1 7
1 3
3 34
3 5
1 7

1 5
2 5
2 12
4 31
1 20




Continued ...







Table 2.30. PU



a
q County

P Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands

Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson

Lafayette
oa Lake
aO Lee
g Leon
5 Levy
D
S Liberty
Madison
Manatee
p Marion
o Martin

Miami-Dade
SMonroe
SNassau
SOkaloosa
Okeechobee





See footnotes at end


BU I LOD
APAR


GOING: LICENSED LODGINGS, APARTMENTS, ROOMING HOUSES, RENTAL CONDOMINIUMS, AND TRANSIENT
TMENTS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1998-99 (Continued)


Total
licensed Apartment Rooming Rental
lodgings 1/ buildings houses condominiums
Number Units Number Units Number Units Number Units

22 414 14 320 1 10 0 0
31 670 15 248 0 0 1 25
43 1,638 24 954 3 27 1 1
130 3,519 76 1,723 3 25 4 212

1,001 104,116 789 85,761 20 285 2 238
12 302 7 109 0 0 0 0
152 4,632 79 2,445 3 32 30 417
35 1,294 23 696 0 0 1 10
18 431 10 238 3 10 0 0

4 70 1 36 2 26 0 0
280 7,440 129 4,803 11 117 82 403
668 28,670 262 14,120 3 28 177 5,900
438 27,378 372 21,398 4 346 1 30
54 907 14 320 2 20 8 139

1 13 0 0 0 0 0 0
16 530 11 327 1 5 0 0
377 16,100 147 10,902 2 43 112 1,622
210 8,948 121 5,146 3 39 2 28
121 4,560 73 2,662 2 46 13 280

6,692 225,302 6,039 173,531 118 1,388 57 2,737
645 13,977 79 1,738 27 311 148 2,689
79 3,367 23 832 1 25 26 1,082
267 13,444 112 4,020 1 10 90 4,413
27 598 9 174 1 14 0 0





I of table.


Transient
apartment
buildings 2/
Number Units

4 39
0 0
1 14
22 384

21 361
0 0
4 41
0 0
0 0

0 0
10 102
61 411
5 669
6 30

0 0
0 0
46 508
10 51
9 362

10 468
192 933
1 2
3 169
7 63


Continued ...







S Table





County

Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco

Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns

St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
go Sarasota
'0 Seminole

S Sumter
S Suwannee
o Taylor
Union

S Volusia
o Wakulla
Walton
o Washington
C


2.30. PUBLIC LODGING: LICENSED LODGINGS, APARTMENTS, ROOMING HOUSES, RENTAL CONDOMINIUMS, AND TRANSIENT
APARTMENTS IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1998-99 (Continued)


Total
licensed Apartment Rooming Rental
lodgings 1/ buildings houses condominiums
Number Units Number Units Number Units Number Units

1,378 159,552 695 84,491 26 459 403 8,708
3,289 43,142 102 9,900 8 151 3,032 7,330
1,429 70,238 1,071 51,519 26 410 38 1,619
201 9,898 124 6,769 2 38 25 837

2,144 88,540 1,367 62,128 18 235 118 4,943
1,091 24,582 382 14,590 26 495 531 2,442
65 1,757 32 1,121 4 43 1 23
189 10,060 59 3,629 2 10 42 1,794


146
167
549
195

35
24
44
2

900
7
321
15


5,717 72 2,521
2,718 43 1,414
19,169 249 10,237
31,634 151 27,690

1,065 17 461
569 9 244
818 8 289
80 2 80

37,902 384 16,287
164 0 0
5,806 12 425
343 8 131


1 20
1 3
6 69
2 20

4 20
0 0
0 0
0 0

10 196
0 0
2 16
0 0


11 538
111 456
124 3,488
3 84

1 2
1 1
9 39
0 0

159 4,464
1 24
286 4,100
1 1


Transient
apartment
buildings 2/
Number Units

25 562
18 758
82 1,051
6 72

238 2,078
42 538
4 58
5 41

24 198
0 0
84 894
4 176

4 24
4 23
3 6
0 0

25 303
0 0
3 28
0 0


f I_ Includes hotels and motels shown separately in Table 19.60.
2/ Apartments which rent for six months or less.
S Note: Excludes 206 bed and breakfast facilities.

S 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 1998-99.








2.00 Housing Florida Statistical Abstract 1999

Table 2.36. MOBILE HOME AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLE TAGS: NUMBER SOLD IN THE
STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1997-98


Real Recrea-
Mobile prop- tional
homes I/ erty 2/ vehicles


County

Florida

Alachua
Baker

Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay

Collier
Columbia
De Soto
Dixie

Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin

Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf

Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando

Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River

Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake


510,379 33,936

3,918 470
431 382

3,747 1,056
684 230
12,004 472
18,969 150

199 158
8,896 191
4,038 697
1,274 903

5,852 242
1,939 1,061
1,757 90
224 298

16,138 597
4,557 471
1,004 131
94 102

856 441
734 337
548 136
159 78

386 201
1,384 105
2,396 262
4,963 907

10,905 224
32,336 1,058
532 172
9,434 219

1,646 461
1,969 693
115 58
18,070 744


199,085

2,195
525

2,929
604
8,834
7,266

148
3,171
3,345
2,103

2,930
1,171
1,311
355

7,552
4,473
954
197
320
377
253
271

176
581
840
2,539

2,969
11,493
232
1,934

707
184
135
6,698


County

Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty

Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin

Miami-Dade
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
Office agency
Refunds


I/ Includes military mobile homes.
2/ Tags sold to mobile home owners who also own the land on which the mobile home stands. A real
property tag is bought only once, not annually.

Source: State of Florida, Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Revenue Report, July 1,
1997 through June 30, 1998.

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Real Recrea-
Mobile prop- tional
homes j/ erty 2/ vehicles

31,818 541 7,932
7,375 1,047 2,137
908 1,076 905
179 68 113

1,055 175 267
23,826 1,981 4,972
16,436 1,615 6,831
5,025 218 2,330

10,024 61 5,854
1,682 156 2,464
1,374 563 1,062
2,681 428 2,332

1,753 214 2,257
14,884 487 7,177
7,236 270 2,652
16,547 308 6,704

29,011 1,484 11,681
47,781 651 10,928
44,653 2,051 10,387
1,513 860 1,856

2,533 873 2,246
14,501 237 2,874
1,760 647 2,370
17,107 995 5,827

3,774 68 3,262
2,677 376 1,840
2,521 735 781
443 330 412

270 112 164
24,458 376 7,197
472 373 478
807 356 586

551 299 317
586 108 105
0 0 13








VITAL STATISTICS

AND HEALTH

Accident and Suicide Deaths, 1994 through 1998
Accident


Suicide


1994 1995 1996 1
1996 1997


Source: Table 3.19








SECTION 3.00
VITAL STATISTICS AND HEALTH

TABLES LISTED BY MAJOR HEADINGS

HEADING PAGE

ABORTIONS:
Table 3.09. REPORTED TERMINATIONS OF PREGNANCY IN FLORIDA, 1987 THROUGH 1998 104
Table 3.10. REPORTED TERMINATIONS OF PREGNANCY IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES
OF FLORIDA, 1992 THROUGH 1998 105
BIRTH AND DEATHS:
Table 3.03. NUMBER OF RESIDENT LIVE BIRTHS AND DEATHS, 1997 AND 1998, AND NUMBER
BY RACE, 1998, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 94
BIRTHS:
Table 3.02. NUMBER OF RESIDENT LIVE BIRTHS BY AGE OF MOTHER IN FLORIDA, 1993
THROUGH 1998 93
Table 3.05. RESIDENT LIVE BIRTHS BY RACE AND BY EDUCATION OF MOTHER IN THE
STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1998 98
BIRTHS AND DEATH RATES:
Table 3.01. RESIDENT LIVE BIRTH AND DEATH RATES BY RACE IN FLORIDA AND THE
UNITED STATES, 1988 THROUGH 1998 93
Table 3.04. RESIDENT LIVE BIRTH AND DEATH RATES BY RACE IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF
FLORIDA, 1998 96
BIRTHS TO UNWED MOTHERS:
Table 3.11. RESIDENT LIVE BIRTHS AND BIRTHS TO UNWED MOTHERS BY AGE AND RACE OF
THE MOTHER IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1998 106
CAUSE OF DEATH:
Table 3.17. NUMBER OF RESIDENT DEATHS BY CAUSE IN FLORIDA, 1996, 1997, AND 1998 108
CHILD WELL-BEING:
Table 3.20. INDICATORS OF CHILD WELL-BEING IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES
OF FLORIDA, 1996 110
DEATHS:
Table 3.18. NUMBER OF RESIDENT DEATHS AND DEATH RATES BY LEADING CAUSE AND
BY RACE IN FLORIDA, 1998 109
Table 3.19. RESIDENT ACCIDENT AND SUICIDE DEATHS AND DEATH RATES BY RACE
AND SEX IN FLORIDA, 1994 THROUGH 1998 109
ELDER ABUSE:
Table 3.22. NUMBER OF REPORTED CASES IN THE STATE, DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND
FAMILIES DISTRICTS, AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, FISCAL YEAR 1998-99 112
INFANT DEATHS:
Table 3.08. NUMBER AND RATE OF RESIDENT INFANT DEATHS BY RACE IN FLORIDA,
1987 THROUGH 1998 104
HIV AND AIDS:
Table 3.28. CASES OF HIV AND AIDS, 1998, AND CUMULATIVE CASES OF AIDS, JANUARY 1, 1980
THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 1998, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA 113
MARRIAGES AND DISSOLUTIONS OF MARRIAGE:
Table 3.32. NUMBER PERFORMED OR GRANTED IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES OF
FLORIDA, 1997 AND 1998 114
TEENAGE BIRTHS:
Table 3.06. RESIDENT LIVE BIRTHS TO MOTHERS UNDER AGE 20 BY RACE IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1998 100
Table 3.07. RESIDENT LIVE BIRTHS TO MOTHERS AGED 15 THROUGH 19 IN THE STATE
AND COUNTIES OF FLORIDA, 1998 102












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3.00 Vital Statistics and Health Florida Statistical Abstract 1999

Table 3.01. BIRTH AND DEATH RATES: RESIDENT LIVE BIRTH AND DEATH RATES
BY RACE IN FLORIDA AND THE UNITED STATES, 1988 THROUGH 1998

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.
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 15.4 24.9 23.1 10.3 8.7 10.8 8.9 7.6 7.5
1990 15.1 16.7 13.4 15.8 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 19.0 10.5 8.8 11.1 9.1 7.5 7.3
1995 13.3 14.8 12.0 14.2 19.8 17.9 10.7 8.8 11.3 9.1 7.4 7.3
1996 13.1 14.7 11.8 14.1 19.5 18.3 10.5 8.7 11.2 9.1 7.0 7.1
1997 13.0 14.6 11.5 13.9 20.7 17.4 10.4 8.6 11.0 9.0 7.2 6.8
1998 13.0 (NA) 11.5 (NA) 20.9 (NA) 10.4 (NA) 11.0 (NA) 7.2 (NA)

(NA) Not available.
Note: Rates per 1,000 population based on July 1 population estimates for noncensus years. Some data
are revised; some 1997 or 1998 data are preliminary.
Source: U.S., Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, StatisticalAbstract of the United States,
1999, annual editions, and State of Florida, Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, Public Health
Statistics Section, Florida VitalStatisticsAnnualReport, 1998, preliminary final, and previous editions.





Table 3.02. BIRTHS: NUMBER OF RESIDENT LIVE BIRTHS BY AGE OF MOTHER IN FLORIDA
1993 THROUGH 1998

Age of mother 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 A/
All ages 192,453 190,546 188,535 189,338 192,304 195,564
Less than 13 (NA) 24 20 25 20 17
13 (NA) 132 128 110 102 130
14 (NA) 594 588 507 480 457
15 1,635 1,646 1,583 1,542 1,428 1,352
16 3,228 3,341 3,236 3,172 3,013 2,987
17 4,856 5,151 5,166 4,791 5,005 4,934
18 6,833 6,753 6,971 6,694 6,891 7,072
19 8,455 8,524 8,112 8,596 8,815 8,871
20-24 50,420 48,540 46,865 46,331 46,877 48,138
25-29 53,612 51,017 49,649 50,496 51,552 52,541
30-34 42,545 43,423 43,689 43,339 43,231 42,941
35-39 17,166 18,053 19,020 (NA) (NA) (NA)
35-44 (NA) (NA) (NA) 23,588 24,707 25,903
40 years and over 2,891 3,295 3,472 (NA) (NA) (NA)
45 years and over (NA) (NA) (NA) 115 155 192
Age not stated 40 53 36 32 28 29
Less than 19 years, number 17,324 17,641 17,692 16,841 16,939 16,949
Percentage of total 9.0 9.3 9.4 8.9 8.8 8.7

(NA) Not available.
/ Preliminary.
Source: State of Florida, Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, Public Health Statistics Section,
Florida VtalStatisticsAnnualReport, 1998, preliminary final, and previous editions.
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3.00 Vital Statistics and Health Florida Statistical Abstract 1999

Table 3.03. BIRTHS AND DEATHS: NUMBER OF RESIDENT LIVE BIRTHS AND DEATHS
1997 AND 1998, AND NUMBER BY RACE, 1998, IN THE STATE AND COUNTIES
OF FLORIDA


Number
of Number of births, 1998
births Total White Non-
1997 1/ 2/ white

192,304 195,564 145,868 49,502


County

Florida

Alachua
Baker
Bay

Bradford
Brevard
Broward

Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus

Clay
Collier
Columbia

De Soto
Dixie
Duval

Escambia
Flagler
Franklin

Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades

Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee

Hendry
Hemando
Highlands

Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River

Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette

Lake
Lee
Leon


2,498
314
2,000

326
4,792
20,417

156
981
839

1,790
2,505
752

351
158
11,963

3,985
336
111

687
174
97

141
157
441

613
1,046
877

13,887
218
984

572
160
87

2,035
4,534
2,850


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2,427 1,579 847
325 285 39
2,017 1,646 368

308 252 56
4,811 4,087 722
20,647 13,310 7,329

160 132 28
1,041 960 79
808 752 56

1,797 1,570 227
2,711 2,339 371
764 600 164

410 339 71
154 137 17
12,133 7,624 4,501

3,917 2,587 1,329
362 307 54
129 107 22

695 228 467
169 163 6
90 61 29

142 117 25
167 96 71
445 433 12

663 526 137
1,088 1,005 83
844 670 174

14,306 11,004 3,291
189 179 10
1,084 890 194

524 373 151
133 64 69
75 65 10

2,220 1,870 350
4,586 3,874 709
3,041 1,818 1,223


Number
of Number of deaths, 1998
deaths Total White Non-
1997 I/ 21 white

153,830 157,160 139,940 17,009

1,522 1,495 1,152 343
148 175 156 19
1,289 1,315 1,168 147

267 255 215 40
4,551 4,728 4,405 316
15,579 15,633 13,943 1,641

125 133 119 14
2,019 2,030 1,979 50
1,816 1,939 1,910 27

943 996 926 69
2,036 2,077 2,014 61
554 539 455 84

283 251 221 30
134 143 137 6
6,160 6,403 4,724 1,672

2,591 2,733 2,124 608
532 583 528 53
147 101 93 8

427 436 213 223
132 129 124 5
100 84 72 12

155 160 137 23
117 105 64 41
178 240 222 18

234 240 201 39
1,865 1,967 1,914 52
1,243 1,212 1,130 80

7,925 8,178 7,075 1,094
217 225 216 9
1,306 1,475 1,378 95

488 526 418 108
145 129 78 51
43 58 53 5

2,492 2,719 2,541 176
4,611 4,673 4,460 207
1,337 1,388 1,022 366


See footnotes at end of table.

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