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Title: Population characteristics of Florida school districts
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Population characteristics of Florida school districts
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    Table of Contents
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    Population
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    Population mobility
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    Education
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    Employment
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    Economic characteristics
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    Housing
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    Industry
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POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS OF


FLORIDA SCHOOL DISTRICTS


This report brings together in one publication selected social, demographic,
and economic data about the populations making up each of Florida's sixty-seven
school districts (counties). The report should prove helpful in developing base
line data for federal and state project applications, to provide assistance in
identifying educational needs of the several school districts, and to give
information to aid in making policy decisions.

Data for this report were drawn primarily from the following sources:

General Social and Economic Characteristics Florida, PC(1)-C11, 1970 Census
of Population, Bureau of the Census, U. S. Department of Commerce, April 1972

General Population Characteristics Florida, PC(1)-B11, 1970 Census of
Population, Bureau of the Census, U. S. Department of Commerce, August 1971

Census of Agriculture 1969, U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the
Census, Volume 1, Area Reports, Pt.29, Florida

Florida Statistical Abstract 1971, Bureau of Economic and Business Research,
College of Business Administration, University of Florida, June 1971

Florida Vital Statistics 1970, Division of Health, Department of Health
and Rehabilitative Services

County Business Patterns 1964, Florida CBP-64-11, Bureau of the Census,
U. S. Department of Commerce, 1965

County Business Patterns 1968, Florida CBP-68-11, Bureau of the Census,
U. S. Department of Commerce, 1969

County Business Patterns 1970, Florida CBP-70-11, Bureau of the Census,
U. S. Department of Commerce, 1971

The source used is given on the page facing each table. In some instances
modifications were made. The report is organized into seven sections according
to the nature of the data.

I Population V Economics
II Mobility VI Housing
III Education VII Industry
IV Employment

A table of contents is provided to aid in more rapid location of individual
tables. The tables contained in this report will not be repeated in subsequent
publications of the Bureau of Research unless absolutely essential to the purpose
of later reports or unless revised data become available.








TABLE OF CONTENTS


I Population


Page


.1 1960 Population . . . .... . . . . . . . . . .. 2
.2 1970 Population . . . ... . . . . . . . . . .. 2
.3 1980 Projected Population . . . . . . . . ... .. . .. 2
.4 1960-70 Percent Population Change . . . . . . . . . . 2
.5 1970-80 Percent Population Change . . . . . . . .... ... 2
.6 1970 Per Square Mile Density. . . . . . . . . ... . . 2
.7 1970 Percent of Population Urban. . . . . . . . ... ... 4
.8 1970 Percent of Population Rural Nonfarm. . . . . . . . . 4
.9 1970 Percent of Population Rural Farm . . . . . . . . . 4
.10 1970 Native Born Population . . . . . . . . ... . . 4
.11 1970 Percent of Population Migrant. . . . . . . . . . 4
.12 1970 Percent of Population Under 5 Years of Age . . . . . . 4
.13 1970 Percent of Population Under 18 Years of Age. . . . .... 6
.14 1970 Percent of Population 18-64 Years of Age . . . . . . .. 6
.15 1970 Percent of Population 65 Years and Over. . . . . . . . 6
.16 1970 Median Age . . . . . . . .... . . . . .. 6
.17 1970 Population by Race . . . . . . . . ... ...... 6-8
.18 1970 Number of Families With Children Under 6 and Under 18. . . . 8
.19 1970 Resident Birth Rate. . . . . . . . . .. ...... 8
.20 1970 Families With Female Head as a Percent of All Families . . . 8


II Population Mobility

.1 Total Population 5 Years of Age and Over, 1970. . . . . . .. 10
.2 Number of Persons in 1965 Living In the Same House in 1970. . . ... 10
.3 Number of Persons Moving to Different House, Same County 1965-1970. . 10
.4 Number of Persons Who Lived In Different County, Same State, 1965-1970. 10
.5 Number of Persons Who Lived In Different County, Different State,
1965-1970 . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . 10
.6 Number of Persons Abroad, 1965-1970 . . . . . . . . .. 10
.7 Number of Persons Moved, 1965 Residence Not Reported. ........ 10


III Education


.1 1970 Number and Percent of Persons 3-34 Years of Age Enrolled In School 12
.2 1970 Percent of Elementary Children In Private School . . . .. 12
.3 1970 Percent of Persons 14-17 Years of Age Enrolled In School . . .. 12
.4 1970 Percent of Population 18-34 Years of Age Enrolled in College . . 12
.5 1970 Percent of Population, by Sex, With No Years of School Completed .12
.6 1970 Percent of Population Who Have Completed High School ....... 12
.7 1970 Percent of Population, by Sex, Who Have Completed High School. . 14
.8 1970 Percent of Population, by Sex, With 1 to 3 Years of College
Completed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
.9 1970 Percent of Population, by Sex, With 4 or More Years of College
Completed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
.10 Median School Years Completed by Persons 25 Years of Age and Over . . 14








IV Employment Page

.1 1970 Nonworker-Worker Ratio . . . . .. ... .. . . . 16
.2 1970 Civilian Labor Force, Percent Unemployed . . . . . ... 16
.3 1970 Percent of All Workers Who Worked Outside Their County of
Residence . . . . . . . *. * * * * * * * * 16
.4 1970 Percent of Population, by Sex, 16 Years of Age and Older in
Labor Force ....... . . . . . . . . . . . 16
.5 1970 Percent of Persons Employed In Manufacturing Industries, White
Collar Occupations, and Government. . . . . . . . ... .. 16
.6 1970 Employed Persons 16 Years of Age and Over by Type of Occupation. .18-20
.7 1970 Employed Persons 16 Years of Age and Over by Type of Industry. .20-22
.8 Last Occupation of Experienced Unemployed 16 Years of Age and Older, by
Type of Occupation. ..... . . . . . . . . . . 24


V Economic Characteristics

.1 1970 Median Family Income . . . . . . . . . . . .. 26
.2 Percent of Families With Income Less Than Poverty Level and $15,000
or More . . . . . . . .................. 26
.3 Mean Family Income, 1970. . . . . . . .. .. . . .. 26
.4 Per Capita Income, 1970 .... ... . . . . . . . . 26
.5 1970 Mean Wage or Salary Income . . . . . . . . ... ... .26
.6 1970 Mean Nonfarm and Farm Self Employment Income . . . ..... 26


VI Housing

.1 1960 and 1970 Total Housing Units . . . . . . ... .... .28
.2 1960, 1970 Percent Increase In Total Housing Units. . . . . ... 28
.3 1960, 1970 Total Owner-Occupied Housing Units . . . . . ... 28
.4 1960, 1970 Percent Increase In Total Owner-Occupied Housing Units . . 28
.5 1970 Percent Owner-Occupied Housing Units, by Race. . . . . ... 30
.6 1960, 1970 Median Value of Owner-Occupied Housing Units . . . ... 30
.7 1960-70 Percent Increase in Median Value of Owner-Occupied Housing
Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... ...... . 30
.8 1970 Percent of Occupied Housing Units With Telephone Available .... .30


VII Industry

.1 1964, 1968, 1970 Number of Manufacturing and Nonmanufacturing Units
Reporting, First Quarter . . . . . . . . . ..... 32
.2 1964-68, 1968-70 Percent Increase or Decrease In Number of Reporting
Units . . . . .. . . . . . . . . 32
.3 1964, 1968, 1970 Total Taxable Payrolls, First Quarter. . . .. .32-34
.4 1964-68, 1968-70 Percent Increase or Decrease In Total Taxable Payrolls
First Quarter . . . . . ... . . . . . . . 34
.5 Percent of 1970 Reporting Units With Less Than 20 Employees and 20 or
More Employees. . . ... . .. . . . . . . . . . 34
.6 1969 Number of Farms in District. . . . . . . . .... . .34
.7 1969 Average Size of Farms. . . . . . . . . ... . 34









I POPULATION


1.1 1960 Population

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-B11

The population of a district is the number of inhabitants residing within
the boundaries of each district at the time of enumeration. This number
includes persons living in group quarters such as missions, flophouses,
detention centers, etc., college students residing within the district, and
members of the Armed Forces living on military reservations within the
district. Crews of U. S. Navy vessels are counted as residents of the
home port to which the particular vessel is assigned. Americans who are
overseas for an extended period of time are not included in the population
of the district. However, persons overseas for brief periods of time
are counted in the district of his usual place of residence.

1.2 1970 Population

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

1.3 1980 Projected Population

SOURCE: Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Division of
Population Studies, University of Florida

1.4 1960-70 Percent Population Change

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-B11

1.5 1970-80 Percent Population Change

SOURCE: Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Division of
Population Studies, University of Florida

1.6 1970 Per Square Mile Density

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-All

This table gives the number of persons per square mile in the district.
It is determined by dividing the total area in a district by its
population.





POPULATION


1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6


1960-70 1970-80 1970
1980 Percent Percent Per Square
1960 1970 Projected Population Population Mile
District Pogulation Population Population Change Change Density

Alachua 74,074 104,764 135,000 41.4% 28.0% 114.4
Baker 7,363 9,242 10,700 25.5 15.1 15.8
Bay 67,131 75,283 83,500 12.1 10.6 100.8
Bradford 12,446 14,625 15,600 17.5 6.8 49.7
Brevard 111,435 230,000 250,000 106.4 8.5 227.5
Broward 333,946 620,059 900,000 85.7 43.6 508.7
Calhoun 7,422 7,624 7,800 2.7 2.6 13.6
Charlotte 12,594 27,559 42,000 118.8 50.5 39.2
Citrus 9,268 19,196 30,000 107.1 54.6 34.3
Clay 19,535 32,059 44,700 64.1 38.0 54.1
Collier 15,753 38,040 60,200 141.5 56.0 19.0
Columbia 20,077 25,250 32,500 25.8 28.0 32.2
Dade 935,047 1,267,792 1,600,000 35.6 25.4 620.9
De Soto 11,683 13,060 15,000 11.8 14.5 20.2
Dixie 4,479 5,480 6,300 22.3 14.5 7.9
Duval 455,411 528,865 611,000 16.1 15.1 690.4
Escambia 173,829 205,334 240,000 18.1 16.4 308.8
Flagler 4,566 4,454 5,700 -2.5 26.7 9.1
Franklin 6,576 7,065 7,600 7.4 7.0 13.2
Gadsden 41,989 39,184 37,000 -6.7 -5.4 76.5
Gilchrist 2,868 3,551 4,300 23.8 19.4 10.3
Glades 2,950 3,669 4,300 24.4 16.2 4.9
Gulf 9,937 10,096 10,500 1.6 4.0 17.9
Hamilton 7,705 7,787 8,000 1.1 2.6 15.1
Hardee 12,370 14,889 17,300 20.4 16.1 23.7
Hendry 8,119 11,859 15,300 46.1 28.6 10.0
Hernando 11,205 17,004 25,500 51.8 48.3 35.1
Highlands 21,338 29,507 38,000 38.3 27.9 29.6
Hillsborough 397,788 490,260 574,000 23.2 16.6 472.3
Holmes 10,844 10,720 11,000 -1.1 2.8 22.2
Indian River 25,309 35,992 46,200 42.2 27.6 71.1
Jackson 36,208 34,434 35,000 -4.9 1.7 36.8
Jefferson 9,543 8,778 8,200 -8.0 -6.8 14.5
Lafayette 2,889 2,892 2,900 0.1 0.0 5.3
Lake 57,383 69,305 82,300 20.8 18.2 72.1
Lee 54,539 105,216 174,500 92.9 63.2 134.0
Leon 74,225 103,043 130,000 38.8 25.4 153.8
Levy 10,364 12,756 15,700 23.1 22.7 11.8
Liberty 3,138 3,379 3,600 7.7 5.9 4.0
Madison 14,154 13,481 13,000 -4.8 -3.7 19.2
Manatee -69,168 97,115 125,000 40.4 27.8 131.4
Marion 51,616 69,030 86,400 33.7 24.5 43.1
Martin 16,932 28,035 40,700 65.6 43.8 50.4
Monroe 47,921 52,586 54,500 9.7 3.6 50.9
Nassau 17,189 20,626 24,500 20.0 18.4 31.7
Okaloosa "61,175 88,187 113,400 44.2 27.7 93.4
Okeechobee 6,424 11,233 13,700 74.9 21.2 14.5
Orange 263,540 344,311 553,700 30.6 58.5 378.4
Osceola 19,029 25,267 42,000 32.8 63.5 19.2
Palm Beach 228,106 348,753 470,000 52.9 33.6 172.4
Pasco 36,785 75,955 115,000 106.5 49.5 102.4
Pinellas 374,665 522,325 635,500 39.4 21.0 1971.1
Polk 195,139 227,222 285,100 16.4 24.6 122.3
Putnam 32,212 36,290 40,500 12.7 11.3 46.6
St. Johns 30,034 30,727 38,600 2.3 24.9 50.8
St. Lucie 39,294 50,836 61,800 29.4 20.9 87.0
Santa Rosa 29,547 37,741 48,500 27.7 27.6 36.6
Sarasota 76,895 120,413 165,000 56.6 35.8 205.1
Seminole 54,947 83,692 134,600 52.3 58.5 274.4
Sumter 11,869 14,839 18,500 25.0 24.2 26.7
Suwannee 14,961 15,559 16,500 4.0 5.8 22.7
Taylor 13,168 13,641 14,100 3.6 3.7 13.0
Union 6,043 8,112 8,700 34.2 7.4 33.7
Volusia 125,319 169,487 218,000 35.2 27.7 159.6
Wakulla 5,257 6,308 7,600 20.0 20.6 10.5
Walton 15,576 16,087 16,800 3.3 4.3 15.3
Washington 11,249 11,453 16,500 1.8 43.5 19.6

TOTAL 4,951,560 6,789,383 8,719,400 37.1% 27.6% 125.5











1.7 1970 Percent of Population Urban

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

The percent of population (within specified geo-political boundaries)
residing in: (a) places of 2,500 inhabitants or more incorporated as
cities, villages, borroughs, and towns, but excluding those persons
living in rural portions of expanded cities; (b) unincorporated places
of 2,500 inhabitants or more; and (c) other incorporated and unincor-
porated territory in urbanized areas.

1.8 1970 Percent of Population Rural Nonfarm

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

This table gives the percent of the district's population classified as
Rural Nonfarm. This group includes those persons not classified as rural
farm or urban.

1.9 1970 Percent of Population Rural Farm

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

This table gives the percent of the district's population classified as
rural farm. The rural farm population consists of persons living on
places of 10 or more acres from which sales of farm products amounted to
$50 or more in the preceding year or on places of less than 10 acres from
which sales of farm products amounted to $250 or more in the preceding year.

1.10 1970 Native Born Population

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

This table gives the percent of the district's population who are living
in the state of their birth.

1.11 1970 Percent of Population Migrant

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

This table gives the percent of the district's population 5 years old and
over who were classified as migrant by the Bureau of the Census. This
category includes those who had moved from their place of residence from
April 1, 1965 through April 1, 1970, to a different county in the same state
or a different state. It does not include those who have moved within the
same county. This data will give some indication of the stability of the
district's population.

1.12 1970 Percent of Population Under 5 Years of Age

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-B11







1.7 1.8 1.9 1.10 1.11 1.12


1970 1970 1970
1970 Percent of Percent of 1970 1970 Percent of
Percent of Population Population Native Percent of Population
Population Rural Rural Born Population Under 5
District Urban Nonfarm Farm Population Migrant Years of Age

Alachua 68.9% 27.6% 3.5% 55.1% 31.2% 8.4%
Baker 29.6 54.5 15.9 76.7 12.6 9.3
Bay 76.4 22.0 1.6 46.5 26.6 8.8
Bradford 33.6 57.7 8.7 69.7 22.7 7.9
Brevard 85.0 14.5 0.5 26.5 33.1 8.8
Broward 99.0 0.9 0.1 23.7 33.0 6.7
Calhoun 0.0 76.4 23.6 75.9 16.9 9.1
Charlotte 59.6 38.9 1.5 18.1 41.2 4.0
Citrus 0.0 92.8 7.2 36.0 43.2 5.3
Clay 50.6 44.5 4.9 41.9 41.1 9.7
Collier 66.1 30.9 3.0 28.3 39.6 7.6
Columbia 56.3 32.2 11.5 69.4 21.0 8.9
Dade 98.3 1.5 0.2 35.0 17.0 6.8
De Soto 43.3 49.2 7.5 56.0 18.0 7.3
Dixie 0.0 89.2 10.8 70.1 18.5 10.2
Duval 97.9 1.9 0.2 47.7 18.8 8.6
Escambia 83.9 14.5 1.6 46.4 22.3 8.9
Flagler 0.0 92.1 7.9 49.8 20.8 8.0
Franklin 44.1 52.8 3.1 67.1 12.5 8.3
Gadsden 42.0 49.5 8.5 69.8 6.2 9.1
Gilchrist 0.0 64.6 35.4 78.7 24.6 8.0
Glades 0.0 82.3 17.7 64.3 28.5 9.4
Gulf 43.6 50.4 6.0 69.3 14.3 9.2
Hamilton 0.0 78.2 21.8 76.1 12.5 9.5
Hardee 0.0 64.3 15.7 52.4 23.3 10.2
Hendry 32.9 58.6 8.5 54.1 22.8 10.4
Hernando 23.9 65.1 11.0 37.5 29.3 7.0
Highlands 47.2 46.0 6.8 39.3 28.7 7.4
Hillsborough 81.2 16.2 2.6 46.6 21.0 8.3
Holmes 0.0 82.9 17.1 62.1 18.0 7.6
Indian River 69.6 29.5 0.9 35.8 27.1 7.8
Jackson 27.3 60.1 12.6 71.4 18.2 7.4
Jefferson 0.0 82.7 17.3 77.7 11.1 8.7
Lafayette 0.0 61.9 38.1 79.0 17.5 8.9
Lake 43.4 51.6 5.0 39.2 24.2 6.7
Lee 70.2 28.4 1.4 29.3 35.0 6.9
Leon 75.5 22.1 2.4 56.2 33.5 8.3
Levy 0.0 80.4 19.6 67.1 25.6 8.1
Liberty 0.0 91.4 8.6 85.0 12.3 8.9
Madison 28.5 44.8 26.7 78.4 14.3 8.5
Manatee 71.3 26.5 2.2 29.1 26.4 5.5
Marion 40.4 48.8 10.8 52.8 24.0 8.2
Martin 16.8 78.8 4.4 27.8 32.8 6.9
Monroe 71.4 26.9 1.7 33.2 40.6 8.3
Nassau 33.7 57.8 8.5 59.0 20.7 9.4
Okaloosa 62.1 36.2 1.7 27.6 43.6 9.3
Okeechobee 33.1 43.9 23.0 48.8 39.3 9.6
Orange 83.3 15.1 1.6 33.6 27.7 7.9
Osceola 47.4 49.7 2.9 31.2 32.2 7.1
Palm Beach 91.0 7.6 1.4 30.5 26.2 7.3
Pasco 33.7 56.9 9.4 23.7 45.8 5.1
Pinellas 96.1 3.6 0.3 22.3 28.4 5.2
Polk 60.9 35.9 3.2 46.2 18.4 8.3
Putnam 25.7 68.0 6.3 58.5 17.9 8.6
St. Johns 40.2 53.9 5.9 54,2 16.3 7.2
St. Lucie 64.9 30.4 4.7 42.4 21.1 8.7
Santa Rosa 34.5 58.6 6.9 48.3 34.5 8.9
Sarasota 14.9 23.6 1.5 21.4 30.9 4.8
Seminole 61.9 34.4 3.7 35.9 37.7 9.0
Sumter 0.0 91.7 8.3 56.6 21.3 7.8
Suwannee 43.9 34.1 22.0 77.0 14.4 8.6
Taylor 56.4 34.8 8.8 70.6 14.4 8.6
Union 0.0 88.5 11.5 61.4 30.2 5.7
Volusia 70.4 27.7 1.9 31.2 27.0 6.1
Wakulla ,0.0 92.4 7.6 70.4 22.3 9.6
Walton 30.8 59.4 9.8 64.2 19. 7.2
Washington 27.3 59.3 13.4 77.7 14.1 8.2

TOTAL 80.5% 17.3% 2.2% 37.6% 25.2% 7.4%


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1.13 1970 Percent of Population Under 18 Years of Age

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-B11

1.14 1970 Percent of Population 18-64 Years of Age

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-B11

1.15 1970 Percent of Population 65 Years and Over

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-B11

1.16 1970 Median Age

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-B11

This table gives the median age of the population residing in the district.
The median age is that age which divides the distribution into two equal
parts, one-half being older than the median age and one-half younger.

1.17 1970 Population by Race

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-B11

This table gives the population of a district by race. Those persons
classified as "White" includes those persons who indicated their race as
white as well as others whose response suggested Indo-European stock. The
Negro population of the district includes those persons who indicated their
race as Negro or Black as well as those who indicated their race as
Jamaican, Trinidadian, West Indian, Haitain, and Ethiopian. The Indian
population includes only those persons who identified their race as Indian.
Those persons in the district whose race could not be classified as White,
Negro, or Indian are included in the "Other" category.


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PI PULAT T,.-[1


1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 1.17

1970 1970 1970 1970
Percent of Percent of Percent of Population
Population Population Population 1970 by Race
Under 18 18-64 65 Years Median
District Years of Age Years of Age and Over Age White Negro

Alachua 31.4% 62.3% 6.3% 23.4 82,665 21,563
Baker 37.5 53.9 8.6 26.5 7,375 1,850
Bay 37.0 55.8 7.3 26.1 65,203 9,644
Bradford 34.5 56.6 8.9 27.6 11,193 3,412
Brevard 38.7 55.7 5.6 26.2 208,369 20,689
Broward 28.1 53.9 17.9 37.7 540,637 77,444
Calhoun 37.0 52.0 11.0 28.4 6,489 1,127
Charlotte 18.4 46.5 35.1 58.3 26,733 733
Citrus 24.7 49.2 26.0 49.0 17,339 1,832
Clay 39.9 51.8 8.3 25.2 29,058 2,882
Collier 30.7 55.3 14.0 35.2 34,706 3,178
Columbia 37.7 53.2 9.1 26.2 18,912 6,312
Dade 29.2 57.1 13.6 34.2 1,071,662 189,666
De Soto 30.8 53.6 15.6 34.5 10,389 2,614
Dixie 38.2 52.8 9.0 25.8 4,527 926
Duval 35.1 57.4 7.5 26.0 407,695 118,158
Escambia 36.1 57.5 6.4 24.3 163,014 40,362
Flagler 34.0 50.6 15.4 33.4 3,060 1,365
Franklin 34.7 49.9 15.4 30.9 5,730 1,323
Gadsden 37.8 50.3 11.9 28.0 15,914 23,247
Gilchrist 35.6 53.3 11.2 29.8 3,259 287
Glades 38.7 52.2 9.1 27.1 2,525 893
Gulf 38.5 53.3 8.1 26.7 7,750 2,330
Hamilton 38.7 49.3 12.0 26.0 4,695 3,083
Hardee 37.8 52.2 10.0 26.6 13,325 1,265
Hendry 39.5 53.3 7.2 25.5 8,905 2,607
Hernando 29.7 49.9 20.3 38.2 14,559 2,401
Highlands 30.8 48.5 20.7 37.9 23,319 5,972
Hillsborough 33.5 56.1 10.4 28.5 422,119 66,648
Holmes 32.1 53.5 14.4 33.0 10,371 342
Indian River 32.8 49.8 17.4 34.5 29,409 6,514
Jackson 35.4 53.5 11.1 27.6 24,448 9,954
Jefferson 39.6 48.3 12.0 25.3 3,874 4,897
Lafayette 34.6 51.9 13.5 30.4 2,561 330
Lake 29.4 49.2 21.3 39.0 57,049 12,056
Lee 28.6 52.6 18.8 39.3 92,806 12,148
Leon 31.6 62.9 5.5 23.5 76,525 26,021
Levy 35.4 51.4 13.2 31.1 9,540 3,205
Liberty 36.6 52.4 10.9 28.2 2,894 484
Madison 35.7 52.5 11.8 26.5 7,562 5,899
Manatee 23.5 46.3 30.2 48.7 85,346 11,433
Marion 34.3 52.7 13.1 30.7 50,869 18,055
Martin 28.3 50.3 21.3 39.6 23,705 4,192
Monroe 29.9 61.6 8.5 27.3 47,690 4,222
Nassau 40.2 52.6 7.2 25.4 16,220 4,377
Okaloosa 39.2 57.4 3.4 23.1 81,219 6,350
Okeechobee 42.8 49.1 8.1 23.5 9,489 1,674
Orange 34.8 55.6 9.7 28.0 294,650 48,490
Osceola 29.3 48.6 22.0 38.2 23,042 2,173
Palm Beach 29.7 53.0 17.3 35.5 286,460 61,015
Pasco 21.1 47.3 31.6 53.4 71,924 3,781
Pinellas 23.0 47.5 29.5 48.1 478,043 42,765
Polk 34.1 53.3 12.6 29.8 187,440 39,081
Putnam 36.8 51.1 12.1 28.3 26,503 9,732
St. Johns 34.1 51.7 14.2 31.8 23,784 6,898
St. Lucie 34.2 51.2 14.6 31.4 35,033 15,696
Santa Rosa 36.7 57.3 6.0 23.9 35,492 1,979
Sarasota 22.1 49.3 28.6 49.6 111,956 8,106
Seminole 37.4 53.2 9.4 27.8 69,460 14,048
Sumter 32.9 54.0 13.1 30.0 11,358 3,399
Suwannee 35.9 52.1 12.1 29.2 11,876 3,662
Taylor 37.5 52.6 9.9 27.2 10,561 3,067
Union 25.5 67.4 7.0 28.6 5,789 2,302
Volusia 26.9 50.8 22.3 40.5 145,093 23,893
Wakulla 37.4 51.9 10.6 27.2 4,776 1,522
Walton 33.5 53.4 13.1 32.6 14,265 1,768
Washington 35.7 51.2 13.1 30.2 9,135 2,308

TOTAL 31.1% 54.4% 14.6% 32.3 5,719,343 1,041,651










1.17 1970 Population by Race

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-B11

1.18 1970 Number of Families With Children Under 6 and Under 18

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

1.19 1970 Resident Birth Rate

SOURCE: Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Division of
Health, Florida Vital Statistics, 1970

This table gives birth rates per 1,000 population. Births include events
occurring to residents of the specified place regardless of place of
occurrence. Counties marked with an asterisk (*) have higher birth rates
than shown. However, a large institutional population in the county
lowered the rate.

1.20 1970 Families With Female Head as A Percent of All Families

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

This table gives the percent of families in the district whose primary
individual was female.


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1970
Families With Children


Under 6


Under 18


1970
Resident
Birth
Rate


1.20

1970
Families With
Female Head
as a Percent of
All Families


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter


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Suwannee 13 8 899 2,080 17.1 13.0
Taylor 3 10 856 1,949 16.1 12.2
Union 2 19 350 730 10.0* 14.4
Volusia 120 381 7,921 18,501 13.8 12.4
Wakulla 8 2 438 861 16.8 9.4
Walton 24 30 846 2,081 12.5 12.3
Washington 1 9 736 1,587 14.4 11.9

TOTAL 6,677 21,772 387,781 867,649 16.8 11.2%


* Large institutional population included in district.


1.17


District


1970
Population
by Race


Indian


Other


48
3
102
8
155
664
3
19
17
28
66
7
1,085
5
4
457
484
6
10
13
3
250
9
5
51
245
15
175
458
0
20
17
3
0
88
62
62
4
0
6
78
43
21
41
3
110
48
347
15
267
60
353
201
16
3
42
33
92
64
12


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488
14
334
12
793
1,355
5
74
8
91
90
19
5,379
52
23
2,555
1,474
23
2
10
2
1
7
4
248
102
29
41
1,040
7
49
15
4
1
112
200
439
7
1
14
258
63
117
633
26
508
22
824
37
1,011
190
1,168
500
39
42
65
237
259
120
70


6,966
586
5,619
836
16,687
32,405
508
921
840
2,458
2,260
1,722
67,413
665
345
34,967
13,878
246
457
2,024
214
227
678
511
1,105
815
894
1,463
31,828
564
2,071
1,857
424
191
3,325
5,556
7,156
734
219
759
4,148
4,005
1,485
3,351
1,351
7,247
835
20,960
1,398
19,124
2,846
21,150
14,090
2,254
1,791
3,233
2,835
4,609
5,766
863


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13,347
1,134
11,664
1,863
37,539
74,003
1,087
2,161
1,919
5,197
4,673
3,587
159,771
1,467
796
76,292
29,574
557
869
4,268
459
445
1,515
995
2,003
1,734
2,090
3,337
68,731
1,346
4,518
4,305
1,032
377
8,083
11,825
14,002
1,644
459
1,610
9,252
8,867
2,998
6,707
3,106
14,732
1,548
49,050
3,026
41,996
6,400
51,227
31,372
4,972
3,938
6,555
5,805
11,692
12,469
1.870


20.5*
18.3*
21.9
16.8*
17.3
15.4
16.2
8.6
10.8
18.9
19.0
20.5
15.3
17.9*
18.4
20.6
21.7
21.6
17.2
22.8*
17.8
17.3
18.9
18.2
17.7
23.4
16.0
16.5
19.1
12.5
15.7
16.9
24.5
17.9
15.2
16.0
18.7*
16.1
18.2
18.4
13.3
17.2
17.0
22.2
17.1
23.7
20.9
18.4
16.5
16.7
10.7
11.6
19.3
18.2
17.0
19.3
22.4
11.3
17.8
16.0


12.4%
9.9
11.3
12.3
8.6
9.2
10.8
6.1
6.9
10.7
6.5
12.7
12.4
12.0
9.2
14.8
13.2
10.6
11.8
18.9
9.0
7.9
8.5
14.4
8.9
9.5
8.5
8.9
12.4
11.2
10.1
14.0
16.5
9.3
9.2
7.4
13.5
10.9
9.1
16.3
8.6
11.3
7.6
8.6
9.9
9.3
8.9
11.5
10.4
10.5
5.9
9.8
10.0
13.0
13.1
12.9
9.8
8.5
10.1
11.6


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II POPULATION MOBILITY


2.1 Total Population 5 Years of Age and Over, 1970

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

2.2 Number of Persons, in 1965, Living in the Same House in 1970

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

The category "same house" includes all persons 5 years old and over who
did not move during the 5 years as well as those who had moved but by
1970 had returned to their 1965 residence.

2.3 Number of Persons Moving to Different House, Same County, 1965-1970

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

The category "different house, same county" includes persons who, on
April 1, 1965, lived in a different house in the same county from the
one they occupied on April 1, 1970.

2.4 Number of Persons Who Lived In Different County, Same State, 1965-1970

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

This group of persons, along with the following groups, comprise those
classified as "migrants" by the Bureau of the Census definition. These
people were those who, on April 1, 1965, lived in a different county in the
same state from the one in which they lived on April 1, 1970.

2.5 Number of Persons Who Lived In A Different County, Different State, 1965-1970

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

This group of persons, classified as migrants, includes those who, on
April 1, 1965, lived in a different county in a different state from the
one in which they lived on April 1, 1970.

2.6 Number of Persons Abroad, 1965-1970

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

The category "abroad" includes those with residence in a foreign country
or an outlying area of the United States in 1965.

2.7 Number of Persons Moved, 1965 Residence Not Reported

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

This group includes those persons 5 years of age and over who had indicated
that they had moved during the 5 year period yet for whom complete and
consistent information regarding residence was not collected.
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lPOPUJLaQ MOBILITY


2.1


District


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
DeSoto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washington


Total
Population
5 Years and
Over, 1970


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Number of Persons
Moving Lived
Different Different
Living House County
Same House Same County Same State
1970 1970 1970


..


2.5

in 1965:
Lived
Different County
Different
State
1970


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2.6




Persons
Abroad
1970


---


2.7



Moved,
1965
Residence
Not Reported


TOTAL 6,290,418 2,772,269 1,368,861 421,000 1,161,068 181,084 386,136


95,827
8,391
68,657
13,484
209,690
578,849
6,896
26,503
18,155
28,879
35,134
22,935
1,182,150
12,115
4,919
483,250
187,204
4,097
6,499
35,712
3,287
3,339
9,184
7,044
13,352
10,651
15,810
27,254
449,845
9,890
33,257
31,942
7,977
2,601
64,849
97,970
94,558
11,806
3,110
12,415
91,801
63,422
26,140
48,213
18,731
80,038
10,160
317,035
23,511
323,674
72,197
495,303
208,361
33,315
28,470
46,439
34,410
114,876
76,159
13,714
14,261
12,482
7,633
159,315
5 769
14,981
10.521


36,507
4,529
29,444
7,044
80,357
225,435
3,972
10,594
7,416
10,356
9,698
11,337
493,862
6,313
2 516
234,005
88,010
2,444
3,549
22,036
1,748
1,104
5,191
4,083
6,415
4,600
7,224
12,531
211,824
5,859
15,929
18,423
5,557
1,553
34,015
37,939
38,184
5,732
2,153
7,807
46,663
32,094
10,903
15,364
10,074
22,943
3,695
134,233
10,623
140,885
24,525
221,994
106,573
18,002
15,764
22,307
14,220
52,534
31,078
7,654
8,393
7,572
3,141
75,331
3,201
8,786
6,422


19,912
1,698
14,790
2,753
44,150
114,901
1,545
3,469
1,986
4,249
7,515
5,533
300,313
2,676
1.253
120,797
43,552
629
1,973
7,823
648
1,022
2,156
1,850
29985
2,573
2,758
4,820
109,118
1,877
6,881
6,709
1,236
507
11,446
19,072
18,627
2,498
455
2,402
14,871
13,246
4,027
7,806
4,081
12,658
1,929
71,028
4,257
71,145
8,898
96,357
51,290
7,657
4,941
10,377
6,218
18,325
11,940
2,119
3,287
2,700
1,064
31,148
1,189
2,874
2,272


17,132
802
4,695
2,041
17,618
41,979
807
1,974
2,835
4,807
3,858
2,948
30,297
1,000
358
21,556
7,839
442
300
1.138
621
718
978
417
1,502
1,554
1,484
3,720
28,187
1,074
3,355
3,812
510
321
5,595
6,624
18,340
1,764
358
1,381
5,426
6,434
2,482
4,499
2,221
5,402
2,243
26,025
2,554
21,324
9,489
21,266
13,186
3,147
2,539
3,134
3,931
6,552
11,299
1,990
1,470
1,023
1,629
12,039
714
1,292
949


12,757
256
13,551
1,018
51,881
148,786
358
8,949
5,000
7,058
10,062
1,862
170,811
1,177
554
69,245
34,001
409
514
1.079
189
234
339
464
1.608
871
3,144
4,111
66,439
710
5,649
1,991
378
133
10,122
27,659
13,365
1,257
26
398
18,799
8,802
6,101
15,052
1,654
29,456
1,753
61,808
5,006
63,569
23,607
119,308
25,216
2,820
2,111
6,656
7,936
28,978
17,412
928
581
778
673
30,948
575
1,593
533


2,120
47
1,924
104
4,273
8,734
16
284
121
762
767
257
104,344
41
48
5,530
3,494
14
24
121
-
18
32
63
42
123
100
168
10,437
87
318
63
14
52
281
1,237
1,453
46
-


~


~


~


~


~


~


~


7,399
1,059
4,253
524
11,411
39,014
198
1,233
797
1,647
3,234
998
82,523
908
190
32,117
10,308
159
139
3,515
81
243
488
167
800
930
1,100
1,904
23,840
283
1,125
944
282
35
3,390
5,439
4,589
509
118
397
5,505
2,449
2,488
3,338
549
4,246
512
18,304
924
21,118
5,126
30,401
10,961
1,566
2,928
3,575
1,541
7,181
3,479
974
498
266
1,066
8,203
73
293
282


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Y


~


~


~


~


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r


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949


30
537
397
139
2,154
152
5,333
28
5,637
147
5,633
552
5,977
1,135
123
187
390
564
1,306
951
49
32
143
60
1,646
17
143
63


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III EDUCATION


3.1 1970 Number and Percent of Persons 3-34 Years of Age Enrolled in School

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

3.2 1970 Percent of Elementary Children In Private School

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

3.3 1970 Percent of Persons 14-17 Years of Age Enrolled In School

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

3.4 1970 Percent of Population 18-34 Years of Age Enrolled In College

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

3.5 1970 Percent of Population, bj Sex, With No Years of School Completed

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

3.6 1970 Percent of Population Who Have Completed High School

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11


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EDUCATION


3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6


1970 1970 1970 1970 1970 1970
Number Percent of Percent Percent of No School Percent
and Percent Elementary of Population Years Completed High
of Persons Children in Persons Enrolled School
District Enrolled in School Private School In School In College Total Male Female Graduates

Alachua 42,160 62.6% 3.7% 86.0% 46.3% 2.7% 3.1% 2.4% 59.8%
Baker 2,563 50.0 0.5 80.2 3.0 2.9 3.2 2.6 34.9
Bay 22,010 52.2 5.0 89.0 8.4 1.4 1.6 1.1 51.0
Bradford 4,150 50.3 0.9 92.1 5.9 2.1 2.4 1.9 36.5
Brevard 75,504 57.2 7.6 94.2 12.9 0.6 0.6 0.5 70.7
Broward 144,921 54.0 10.9 92.1 9.6 1.2 1.4 1.0 55.4
Calhoun 2,065 53.1 0.6 96.2 7.3 5.5 7.4 3.7 30.7
Charlotte 4,013 53.3 3.2 87.8 2.7 0.4 0.3 0.5 53.0
Citrus 3,789 56.9 0.8 90.5 8.4 1.1 1.6 0.6 42.5
Clay 10,144 55.3 2.1 90.7 6.8 1.3 1.6 1.1 53.5
Collier 8,352 49.0 4.8 81.2 3.4 1.6 1.6 1.7 58.4
Columbia 7,604 55.8 3.3 89,6 10.4 2.7 3.2 2.2 43.5
Dade 329,337 55.4 11.5 92.1 14.3 2.4 2.5 2.4 51.9
De Soto 2,782 45.1 0.0 85.0 2.2 2.7 3.3 2.2 35.9
Dixie 1,534 51.6 1.0 84.7 3.8 2.3 1.7 2.9 34.3
Duval 148,286 50.0 6.6 92.1 7.7 1.4 1.8 1.1 51.6
Escambia 60,992 50.5 13.8 90.8 10.7 1.7 1.9 1.6 50.3
Flagler 1,135 55.4 0.0 89.8 3.5 2.3 3.5 1.1 44.6
Franklin 1,574 44.6 0.0 65.4 3.3 2.5 3.7 1.4 35.3
Gadsden 10,634 53.0 0.3 86.2 5.0 4.0 4.5 3.6 30.6
Gilchrist 933 51.7 0.0 82.3 6.1 2.6 3.9 1.4 31.6
Glades 1,091 57.3 0.0 99.9 0.7 7.6 8.4 6.8 32.1
Gulf 3,071 56.6 0.0 98.1 6.4 3.1 3.4 2.8 42.3
Hamilton 2,382 56.6 0.4 93.4 2.0 6.4 7.3 5.7 32.3
Hardee 3,762 46.4 2.5 70.5 6.3 3.1 3.4 2.9 35.4
Hendry 3,222 48.6 1.2 86.9 2.3 4.4 5.0 3.8 36.4
Hernando 3,762 51.9 0.2 89.1 1.6 1.8 2.7 1.0 40.8
Highlands 6,598 52.8 1.6 90.0 3.9 1.7 1.9 1.5 43.6
Hillsborough 137,733 53.3 10.1 90.6 14.0 1.6 1.7 1.5 49.3
Holmes 2,206 45.1 0.0 70.8 9.4 3.4 2.4 4.3 28.5
Indian River 8,916 53.6 7.7 90.8 3.7 1.3 1.5 1.1 53.5
Jackson 10,029 54.7 5.7 88.4 9.1 5.1 6.1 4.1 36.3
Jefferson 2,869 61.7 0.9 91.5 8.7 5.5 7.6 3.8 34.1
Lafayette 757 52.5 0.0 99.9 6.6 2.4 2.7 2.2 32.7
Lake 15,994 54.6 1.3 85.1 6.5 1.2 1.8 0.7 48.2
Lee 21,358 48.1 4.2 81.9 4.8 1.1 1.4 0.8 54.1
Leon 42,695 64.5 8.9 95.7 45.5 2.0 2.3 1.7 64.5
Levy 3,522 56.5 0.0 89.0 6.8 3.0 3.0 3.1 34.4
Liberty 898 51.5 0.0 79.5 0.7 3.2 3.0 3.4 30.3
Madison 4,384 61.1 1.6 92.3 23.3 5.1 6.0 4.4 30.2
Manatee 18,483 53.8 5.1 89.0 8.3 0.8 0.8 0.7 52.7
Marion 17,619 51.3 4.9 86.2 7.7 1.5 2.0 1.1 47.2
Martin 6,371 53.7 6.5 93.3 12.5 1.1 1.8 0.6 51.1
Monroe 11,789 40.7 11.5 87.0 4.1 1.2 1.3 1.1 56.0
Nassau 6,556 56.1 1.5 93.6 4.7 1.9 2.9 0.9 38.5
Okaloosa 27,659 48.7 1.7 90.4 7.3 0.6 0.7 0.6 67.1
Okeechobee 3,077 47.4 1.2 57.3 4.7 2.3 2.9 1.5 32.9
Orange 100,249 54.4 6.6 91.2 11.4 1.2 1.3 1.1 56.6
Osceola 5,504 51.4 0.9 90.7 2.8 1.2 1.6 0.9 44.3
Palm Beach 86,900 55.1 11.1 91.7 11.7 1.3 1.5 1.2 55.7
Pasco 12,457 50.6 1.3 82.5 12.5 0.7 0.9 0.5 42.2
Pinellas 105,105 57.6 9.5 92.5 14.0 0.9 1.0 0.7 53.0
Polk 60,501 52.5 2.9 87.1 9.0 1.5 1.8 1.2 46.3
Putnam 11,120 59.1 2.0 93.5 9.5 2.3 3.0 1.7 40.0
St. Johns 8,450 56.8 4.2 85.2 8.0 2.0 2.0 1.9 48.0
St. Lucie 12,706 51.1 5.2 88.0 5.0 1.5 1.5 1.4 46.8
Santa Rosa 11,050 47.6 4.7 93.4 7.4 1.2 1.6 0.9 54.8
Sarasota 22,278 54.7 5.8 87.9 10.7 0.5 0.5 0.5 63.9
Seminole 25,712 57.6 10.6 93.3 10.2 1.3 1.4 1.1 54.4
Sumter 3,334 45.4 0.5 75.3 4.4 1.7 2.0 1.5 36.2
Suwannee 4,143 52.2 0.0 87.9 4.9 2.8 2.9 2.8 33.6
Taylor 4,011 54.6 0.2 91.1 6.3 3.4 3.7 3.' 36.4
Union 1,765 37.1 0.5 85.6 6.9 2.4 1.9 3.5 33.9
Volusia 40,927 58.0 7.4 90.6 19.4 1.0 1.2 0.7 56.9
Wakulla 1,764 52.7 1.0 87.0 3.1 4.1 5.0 3.3 31.5
Walton 4,307 55.8 0.2 87.2 9.5 2.8 2.7 2.9 37.5
Washington 3,168 54.3 0.3 89.3 4.0 2.1 2.2 2.0 32.1

TOTAL 1,776,736 54.1% 8.0% 90.6% 12.8% 1.6% 1.8% 1.4% 52.6%













3.7 1970 Percent of Population, by Sex, Who Have Completed High School

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

3.8 1970 Percent of Population, by Sex, With 1 to 3 Years of College Completed

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

3.9 1970 Percent of Population, by Sex, With 4 or More Years of College Completed

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

3.10 Median School Years Completed by Persons 25 Years of Age and Over

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

This table gives the median school years completed for the population
25 years of age and older of the district. The median number of school
years completed is defined as the value which divides the population
group into two equal parts, one-half having completed more than the
median and one-half having completed less than the median number of
years.


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IEUCATION


3.7 3.8
1970
Percent Years of
School Completed 1970
by Level, High Percent 1 to 3
School Graduates College Compl
Male Female Total Male


1970
Yrs. 4 Yrs. or More
eted College Completed
Female Total Male Female


3.10


1970
Median School
Years Completed
Total Male Female


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
DeSoto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washineton


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TOTAL 52.6% 56.3% 11.6% 12.0% 11.2% 10.3% 13.0% 7.9% 12.1 12.1 12.1


~


61.0%
34.2
53.5
34.5
72.5
54.3
29.7
49.6
41.8
53.1
56.1
41.4
52.5
33.3
30.7
51.9
52.0
41.5
32.8
27.2
30.2
30.9
40.0
30.9
32.8
35.5
39.8
39.7
49.4
29.8
52.3
34.9
31.2
31.7
44.8
52.2
64.6
33.1
28.0
26.2
50.2
45.7
48.3
55.9
37.7
71.4
31.7
56.4
42.7
54.5
40.3
50.8
44.4
40.1
45.9
44.9
58.1
61.8
54.6
34.6
31.4
37.0
32.7
55.2
30.0
40.8
33.8


58.7%
35.5
48.7
38.7
69.0
56.4
31.5
56.0
43.1
53.9
60.6
45.3
51.4
38.2
37.9
51.3
48.8
47.6
37.5
33.5
33.0
33.4
44.5
33.5
38.1
37.3
41.8
47.0
49.2
27.2
54.5
37.5
36.3
33.7
51.2
55.8
64.3
35.6
32.7
33.4
54.8
48.6
53.7
56.1
39.3
62.8
34.3
56.7
45.7
56.7
44.0
54.8
48.0
39.9
49.6
48.5
51.8
65.6
54.2
37.8
35.5
35.8
36.7
58.3
32.9
34.6
30.5


12.2% 11.7% 12.7%
4.8 4.8 4.7
10.2 10.4 10.0
6.3 6.1 6.6
17.1 17.7 16.4
12.4 13.1 11.9
2.8 2.5 3.1
11.3 10.9 11.6
9.3 9.7 9.0
10.0 9.9 10.2
12.6 10.7 14.4
7.6 7.5 7.7
11.7 12.7 10.7
6.4 5.5 7.3
3.7 2.9 4.6
10.4 11.4 9.5
9.7 10.8 8.6
10.5 11.4 9.6
6.4 5.8 7.0
6.1 6.4 5.9
5.5 4.7 6.2
6.0 5.0 7.0
6.4 7.2 5.8
4.1 4.5 3.8
6.6 6.1 7.1
6.3 5.7 7.0
8.2 8.7 7.8
9.0 7.5 10.4
10.2 11.3 9.2
3.4 2.5 4.3
10.8 10.7 10.9
6.2 6.4 6.0
7.2 6.0 8.2
4.7 5.4 4.0
10.8 10.0 11.5
12.0 12.0 12.1
14.1 14.3 13.9
5.6 4.1 6.9
2.7 2.6 2.7
5.1 5,2 5.0
12.5 11.5 13.3
10.3 9.9 10.8
11.4 10.0 12.7
10.8 10.5 11.1
6.5 6.7 6.2
13.0 14.1 11.9
6.8 6.8 6.9
12.8 13.4 12.3
7.7 7.8 7.6
13.1 13.0 13.2
8.9 9.3 8.6
12.6 12.9 12.4
10.3 10.2 10.5
7.1 7.5 6.7
9.0 9.3 8.8
10.7 10.3 11.1
11.0 12.6 9.6
15.6 14.3 16.6
12.2 12.5 12.0
4.5 4.8 4.2
5.1 4.6 5.6
5.0 6.7 3.4
6.0 6.9 4.0
13.2 12.9 13.5
5.7 6.3 5.2
5.8 6.6 5 2
5.5 4.9 5.9


~


23.1%
3.6
9.2
4.5
15.1
9.7
6.0
8.8
6.0
9.8
15.5
8.3
10.8
4.8
5.6
8.9
9.2
4.7
4.6
4.6
2.7
3.1
5.7
5.5
4.5
7.6
6.1
8.1
8.6
3.4
10.7
6.4
6.1
4.8
9.1
9.9
24.1
5.1
5.8
7.0
9.6
7.4
7.9
9.1
4.9
13.2
4.7
11.6
6.7
11.9
4.9
10.0
8.8
6.2
8.5
8.1
9.8
14.2
9.4
4.7
5.6
6.4
3.3
10.7
1.8
6.7
4.0


~


IiI l I


29.5%
3.1
11.5
4.0
20.8
12.7
5.5
10.3
7.3
12.6
18.3
9.9
14.1
4.4
5.6
11.4
11.5
4.0
5.6
4.4
3.4
3.1
5.6
5.2
4.7
8.5
7.5
9.6
10.9
3.9
13.5
7.0
7.2
5.4
10.9
11.9
29.9
6.9
5.4
6.8
11.0
8.2
9.4
11.0
6.2
17.4
5.3
14.8
7.4
15.4
5.8
12.8
10.4
7.8
9.0
9.0
13.0
17.8
12.7
5.3
5.8
7.2
3.5
13.1
2.2
8.1
4.9


II I


17.2%
4.1
7.2
4.9
9.6
7.1
6.5
7.4
4.9
7.2
12.7
6.8
8.0
5.2
5.7
6.8
7.1
5.5
3.6
4.8
2.1
3.1
5.7
5.8
4.4
6.6
4.7
6.8
6.7
2.9
8.2
5.9
5.3
4.1
7.6
8.1
19.0
3.5
6.1
7.1
8.5
6.7
6.5
7.3
3.7
9.0
3.9
8.9
6.1
8.9
4.2
7.9
7.4
4.9
8.1
7.2
6.8
11.3
6.4
4.1
5.4
5.6
2.9
8.7
1.5
5.5
3.3


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12.4 12.6 12.3
9.7 8.8 10.3
12.0 12.1 11.8
10.3 9.9 10.7
12.5 12.7 12.4
12.2 12.2 12.2
8.9 8.6 9.4
12.1 11.9 12.2
11.0 10.7 11.1
12.1 12.1 12.1
12.3 12.2 12.3
11.0 10.6 11.3
12.1 12.1 12.0
10.0 9.5 10.5
9.5 9.2 9.8
12.0 12.1 12.0
12.0 12.1 11.8
11.2 10.6 11.6
9.9 9.6 10.2
8.9 8.4 9.3
9.1 8.8 9.5
9.8 9.1 10.3
10.9 10.4 11.2
8.9 8.6 9.2
9.9 9.4 10.3
10.4 10.1 10.7
10.7 10.3 11.0
11.0 10.4 11.6
11.9 11.9 11.9
8.9 8.8 9.0
12.1 12.1 12.1
9.7 9.3 10.0
8.8 8.0 9.2
8.9 8.9 8.9
11.7 11.2 12.0
12.1 12.1 12.2
12.6 12.7 12.5
9.9 9.3 10.2
8.6 7.7 9.5
9.0 8.7 9.6
12.1 12.0 12.1
11.6 11.3 11.8
12.0 11.7 12.1
12.2 12.2 12.2
10.5 10.1 10.7
12.4 12.5 12.3
10.1 9.7 10.4
12.2 12.2 12.2
11.2 10.9 11.5
12.2 12.2 12.2
11.0 10.6 11.3
12.1 12.0 12.1
11.5 11.2 11.7
10.7 10.5 10.8
11.7 11.4 11.9
11.6 11.2 11.8
12.1 12.2 12.1
12.4 12.4 12.4
12.1 12.2 12.1
10.3 9.9 10.7
9.6 8.9 10.2
10.0 9.9 10.1
10.1 10.1 10.1
12.2 12.2 12.2
9.2 8.8 9.8
10.2 10.5 10.1
9.0 8.8 9.3


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IV EMPLOYMENT


4.1 1970 Nonworker-Worker Ratio

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

This is the ratio of persons not in the labor force, including persons
under 14 years of age, to persons in the labor force.

4.2 1970 Civilian Labor Force, Percent Unemployed

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

This table gives the percent of a district's population 16 years of
age and over who were, according to Census definition, unemployed.
Persons are classified as unemployed if they were neither "at work"
nor "with a job but not at work", were looking for work during the past
4 weeks, and were available to accept a job.

4.3 1970 Percent of All Workers Who Worked Outside Their County of Residence

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

4.4 1970 Percent of Population, by Sex, 16 Years of Age and Older In Labor Force

SOUR.CE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

4.5 1970 Percent of Persons Employed In Manufacturing Industries, White Collar
Occupations, and Government

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census,PC(1)-C11


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lU LPVLIENT


4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5
All Workers Population 16 Years Employed Persons in:
1970 Civilian Who Worked of Age and Over
Nonworker- Labor Force Outside in Labor Force White
Worker Percent County Manufacturing Collar Government
District Ratio Unemployed of Residence Male Female Industries Occupations Workers

Alachua 1.52 3.4% 5.0% 63.8% 45.9% 7.5% 58.9% 42.9%
Baker 1.97 1.3 32.1 64.8 36.2 13.0 34.0 39.1
Bay 1.55 4.3 3.7 77.3 40.0 12.4 48.0 22.8
Bradford 1.89 4.5 29.4 56.3 41.2 13.9 37.4 28.6
Brevard 1.45 5.6 3.3 82.7 41.5 24.4 60.5 21.3
Broward 1.58 3.4 15.9 66.9 37.3 11.8 52.0 12.0
Calhoun 1.93 3.1 24.5 68.6 33.0 19.4 35.1 29.7
Charlotte 2.85 3.1 13.4 40.6 22.0 5.9 46.4 13.4
Citrus 2.52 5.4 14.2 47.1 25.8 6.8 40.6 15.6
Clay 1.83 3.1 53.4 75.7 35.1 14.9 48.8 27.4
Collier 1.60 2.6 3.1 66.3 37.8 3.7 45.3 11.2
Columbia 1.64 3.2 11.9 73.2 41.7 15.8 43.1 28.4
Dade 1.32 3.7 3.5 73.9 44.0 14.8 51.1 11.9
De Soto 1.83 3.5 10.7 60.2 36.7 7.2 29.4 31.9
Dixie 1.83 3.1 13.1 75.5 32.0 39.3 30.6 22.7
Duval 1.35 3.3 2.6 80.7 43.8 12.3 53.6 17.2
Escambia 1.51 5.2 5.5 79.4 38.1 17.1 48.1 24.2
Flagler 1.95 1.4 23.8 63.7 33.4 12.1 39.4 20.6
Franklin 1.70 3.7 4.3 69.2 39.2 19.5 30.6 17.6
Gadsden 1.99 3.1 16.9 59.8 41.6 10.8 28.0 24.5
Gilchrist 1.91 3.8 42.6 68.8 30.3 17.0 29.8 27.6
Glades 1.75 4.4 23.7 71.7 36.9 6.7 26.2 18.4
Gulf 1.84 2.2 5.5 73.4 32.7 36.7 36.8 18.4
Hamilton 1.95 0.5 12.3 69.9 35.5 14.6 29.5 18.3
Hardee 1.54 4.3 18.3 76.4 40.7 9.1 28.1 14.6
Hendry 1.46 3.6 22.4 79.1 44.6 13.9 35.1 17.1
Hernando 2.03 3.7 11.5 58.2 31.4 5.7 39.7 17.6
Highlands 1.94 2.3 6.7 60.0 33.3 6.1 38.5 15.4
Hillsborough 1.48 3.7 7.1 75.1 41.0 17.5 48.1 14.3
Holmes 2.07 2.3 36.5 61.8 29.4 23.3 31.1 20.8
Indian River 1.76 3.4 8.3 66.2 37.3 11.7 41.5 17.9
Jackson 1.97 3.5 17.8 60.6 36.0 11.5 35.8 33.5
Jefferson 1.80 2.8 26.7 70.6 39.6 10.1 34.2 26.7
Lafayette 2.05 1.8 26.1 65.8 27.3 20.9 28.6 14.7
Lake 1.84 4.8 9.6 61.3 34.1 11.2 40.6 13.6
Lee 1.79 3.2 6.1 61.1 35.2 5.3 48.1 13.2
Leon 1.29 3.0 4.1 70.3 51.8 5.0 65.7 45.2
Levy 1.74 2.8 20.3 68.4 37.6 14.1 30.0 20.4
Liberty 2.10 6.2 31.8 64.4 30.3 35.5 35.4 31.5
Madison 1.72 2.8 17.6 69.0 39.5 20.5 31.0, 19.5
Manatee 2.23 2.8 15.8 50.4 28.6 14.1 45.2 13.5
Marion 1.70 3.5 8.6 68.2 38.9 11.9 42.7 16.4
Martin 1.98 3.0 13.1 57.1 32.4 17.8 38.8 11.4
Monroe 1.29 4.3 2.4 78.7 36.5 3.9 49.5 25.7
Nassau 1.68 3.5 18.9 78.6 37.3 32.6 32.2 16.0
Okaloosa 1.48 6.5 4 84.2 38.1 9.2 56.0 33.3
Okeechobee 1.86 2.7 12.1 70.2 38.9 4.1 30.0 22.9
Orange 1.41 4.8 7.0 78.3 42.4 14.1 53.3 14.4
Osceola 1.92 2.9 20.2 61.1 32.6 16.0 37.7 17.2
Palm Beach 1.53 3.0 4.2 68l1 40.1 15.7 48.9 12.4
Pasco 2.90 4.8 25.8 41.6 21.5 17.1 39.8 11.2
Pinellas 2.00 3.5 7.2 53.7 31.3 13.7 53.7 13.0
Polk 1.59 5.0 4.3 72.5 39.0 16.4 41.1 12.1
Putnam 1.74 4.3 12.5 70.1 39.8 28.7 36.0 15.8
St. Johns 1.75 3.6 15.7 70.4 36.5 13.1 44.1 19.7
St. Lucie 1.66 2.6 10.8 67.2 41.0 8.7 39.7 16.2
Santa Rosa 1.50 3.9 31.9 81.9 35.6 23.8 46.7 26.0
Sarasota 2.13 2.2 5.6 50.4 29.5 9.3 52.6 11.8
Seminole 1.56 4.9 48.6 77.0 41.2 15.2 50.5 13.6
Sumter 1.89 4.8 18.1 58.7 36.5 12.3 31.6 15.3
Suwannee 1.70 2.1 14.3 70.8 38.9 13.5 36.5 19.5
Taylor 1.68 2.3 5.0 72.2 39.6 37.5 38.8 17.5
Union 3.03 2.6 35.6 27.4 42.7 12.9 30.4 41.3
Volusia 1.86 4.0 6.7 57.7 35.1 10.7 49.9 14.1
Wakulla 1.62 2.9 41.2 69.9 44.2 14.3 34.7 23.6
Walton 2.07 3.3 30.6 64.8 29.5 15.9 37.8 28.7
Washington 2.18 1.7 24.9 60.2 31.5 13.3 39.4 28.5

TOTAL 1.56 3.8% 8.0% 69.5% 39.1% 14.1% 49.8% 16.0%












4.6 1970 Employed Persons 16 Years of Age and Over by Type of Occupation

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

This table gives the number of employed persons by type of occupations
for all workers 16 years of age and over. The population census
occupational classification system is generally comparable with the
system used in the Dictionary of Occupational Titles, published by the
U. S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Employment Security.


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Professional, Managers and
Technical, Administrators,
and Kindred Except
Workers Farm


Employed Persons

Clerical
and
Sales Kindred
Workers Workers


4.6
by Type of Occupations


Craftsmen,
Foremen, and
Kindred
Workers


Operatives,
Except
Transport


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. LuciA.
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter


Suwannee 518 413 377 731 740 518 242 281
Taylor 532 363 321 687 817 825 224 340
Union 195 144 67 187 275 192 138 62
Volusia 7,756 6,149 5,144 8,942 7,896 3,442 1,719 2,925
Wakulla 161 191 121 327 345 265 160 227
Walton 659 422 237 539 843 539 310 426
Washington 438 306 297 335 434 312 201 358

TOTAL 335,254 228,885 211,110 433,434 351,331 209,699 88,895 127,186


District


Transport
Equipment
Operatives


Laborers,
Except
Farm


10,065
287
3,135
509
22,143
28,664"
295
775
505
1,296
1,667'
1,428
68,666
260
195
24,045"
9,487
200
187
908
101"
53
392
227
356
406'
576
1,030
21,905
299
1,568-
1,298
283
76
2,624
3,933
9,676
382
82
495
3,164
2,634
894
1,607
604
4,495
281
18,976
874
19,734
1,602
23,869
9,524
1,219
1,308
I,a53
1,854
5,375
4,281
368


3,374
224
2,770
356
7,693
24,449
200
717
543
878
1,736
756
46,785
266
122
18,071
4,971
162
221
706
38
86
325
199
305
365
449
944
15,869
264
1,014
936
211
53
2,119
4,112
3,982
360
66
275
2,808
2,324
799
1,756
595
2,216
335
11,907
701
12,236
1,650
17,116
6,882
890
1,146
1,633
1,043
4,237
3,270
381


-


---


2,828
115
1,966
269
5,259
24,523
124
656
391
603
1,066
591
44,810
192
82
17,256
5,285
59
176
532
46
45
106
93
266
252
304
500
15,890
123
808
541
122
48
1 776
3,519
3,330
144
18
224
2,622
1,907
541
1,257
306
1,719
134
12,620
490
11,719
1,567
18,113
5,776
714
737
1,465
652
4,060
2,972
~17


7,095
406
3,909
645
15,177
41,350
258
1,022
640
1,729
1,834
1,165
102,015
571
141
43,814
11,083
145
177
1,363
159
143
421
242
616
560
781
1,227
33,622
369
1,779
1,189
413
86
2 747
5,737
11,429
444
195
485
4,399
3,558
1,233
2,737
835
3,738
387
24,021
1,041
20,670
2,425
29,564
11,635
1,675
1,481
2,354
1,724
5,754
4,747
525


--


4,071
459
3,860
717
12,101
37,957
388
1,276
1,019
1,642
2,180
1,460
69,745
459
317
28,344
10,891
172
194
1,363
225
158
541
320
636
778
848
1,203
26,520
651
2,173
1,281
249
168
2,836
6,325
4,020
727
167
455
4,710
3,251
1,519
2,211
1,196
3,180
537
17,269
1,382
18,188
3,309
23,170
12,634
1,528
1,673
2,525
1,803
5,681
4,609
71n


2,199
245
1,912
566
4,832
15,650
197
346
273
711
702
722
53,778
351
209
14,429
6,908
128
586
911
97
108
520
418
503
306
444
592
21,236
617
1,092
963
200
81
2,150
2,340
1,457
355
114
629
2,306
2,180
661
717
1,273
1,305
168
9,301
837
10,488
2,083
11,683
9,432
2,193
599
1,639
1,658
1,979
2,674
553


~


1,162
156
867
219
1,803
6,859
174
286
221
435
369
366
18,209
195
205
8,461
2,437
47
78
446
67
39
72
111
285
166
354
348
8,380
100
363
473
176
26
1,179
1,233
1,083
285
71
185
1,033
1,115
276
427
342
625
164
5,309
388
4,120
964
4,427
4,131
540
329
710
414
1,101
1,213
272


~


~


~


---


~


~


~


~


1,798
258
1,687
211
2,947
11,518
228
462
433
479
985
539
24,597
288
232
9,911
3,322
126
563
837
52
76
390
211
190
297
346
469
10,464
258
699
653
260
33
11.38
2,415
1,467
422
148
371
1,763
1,445
628
1,123
551
916
279
6,263
417
7,214
895
7,953
4,264
772
628
1,259
588
2,092
1,440
297


__


R OMf


I_


~


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4.6 1970 Employed Persons 16 Years of Age and Over by Type of Occupation

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

4.7 1970 Employed Persons 16 Years of Age and Over by Type of Industry

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

This table gives the number of employed persons by industry for all
persons 16 years of age and older. Twelve major groupings are used
by the Bureau of the Census to classify the employment of persons.
More detailed information may be gained by consulting the 1970 Census
of Population Classified Index of Industries and Classifications
published by the Bureau of the Census.


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4.6
Employed Persons by Type of Occupations


Farm
Laborers
and Farm
Foremen


Service
Workers,
Except Private
Household


Private
Household
Workers


4.7
Employed Persons by Type of Industry


Agriculture,
Forestry,
and
Fisheries


Mining
and
Construction


Transportation,
Communication,
Manu- and Public
facturing Utilities


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter


---


Suwannee 580 336 620 229 981 568 755 363
Taylor 48 38 572 141 166 302 1,841 190
Union 74 124 441 51 227 147 252 70
Volusia 335 973 9,290 1,483 2,461 5,063 6,012 3,259
Wakulla 27 50 344 88 156 289 329 199
Walton 105 185 525 117 376 624 780 366
Washington 185 115 407 107 380 536 464 246

TOTAL 16,566 60,747 303,620 59,541 110,994 215,420 341,836 186,715


District


Farmers
and Farm
Managers


458
83
21
255
169
533
102
56
54
88
126
231
1,116
119
20
344
214
44
14
199
141
78
18
214
285
166
176
332
1,219
269
199
660
149
134
560
218
118
192
31
377
293
587
123
62
117
98
121
566
156
540
279
341
725
200
200
201
253
111
220
237


~


544
139
66
195
595
1,449
120
108
68
240
1,117
252
3,688
601
32
893
335
101
15
3,001
68
308
62
197
1,538
638
286
1,808
3,030
147
792
530
494
119
2,595
1,292
304
281
25
638
1,153
1,466
841
101
254
93
820
3,797
574
6,012
1,266
823
6,784
959
594
2,401
152
319
1,357
449


4,935
615
3,688
706
9,233
30,628
316
1,016
805
985
1,767
1,349
67,770
977
180
22,289
6,949
208
207
1,836
146
141
421
257
374
508
629
916
20,188
249
1,457
2,112
297
88
2,351
4,272
4,817
650
77
472
3,770
3,143
967
2,619
970
2,863
497
13,759
1,202
16,073
1,915
24,088
8,274
1,366
1,578
1,935
912
5,129
2,836
644


1,110
49
668
115
1,o099
5,123
94
114
164
146
355
275
11,985
102
29
4,660
2,147
45
66
441
14
12
109
95
142
73
123
237
3,028
48
522
425
154
7
755

1,588
197
27
167
725
818
450
248
217
499
66
2,943
171
4,612
254
3,855
2,128
436
323
415
237
1,117
623
95


1,233
290
486
539
1,335
5,092
265
367
248
451
1,680
655
9,074
893
119
2,436
938
186
655
3,378
214
444
183
461
1,960
935
581
2,346
6,014
497
1,443
1,374
724
263
3,827
2,442
779
621
96
1,092
2,094
2,518
1,263
915
501
375
1,103
6,018
922
9,695
1,935
3,294
9,039
1,497
988
3,184
500
957
2,024
809


~


,


2,758
351
2,201
534
5,314
27,307
253
963
1,002
793
2,138
787
36,256
379
134
14,103
5,356
103
135
1,057
148
152
202
352
504
514
1,009
669
16,128
409
1,181
866
212
133
1,771
5,368
2,732
580
50
190
2,637
2,282
1,082
1,236
697
1,542
402
11,237
986
12,581
2,352
14,531
9,340
645
824
1,718
1,163
4,180
2,991
371


2,972
395
3,033
660
20,289
27,083
483
401
346
1,378
510
1,447
75,763
315
694
23,729
10,937
174
485
1,358
196
84
1,240
378
502
628
305
584
31,718
790
1,457
1,275
304
192
2,568
1,915
2,182
625
362
980
4,052
2,895
1,588
580
2,369
2,000
157
17,838
1,315
20,675
3,106
22,678
13,513
3,585
1,385
1,603
2,689
3,453
4,596
589


2,041
223
1,666
346
4,513
16,392
69
421
325
587
686
561
56,202
204
105
20,833
4,362
110
48
460
99
89
314
93
304
198
441
741
15,586
264
663
504
169
23
1,260
2,810
1,980
251
33
249
1,338
1,397
426
1,143
408
1,959
186
8,741
518
6,452
1,176
8,979
5,163
558
886
1,024
591
1,889
2,285
678


~


~


,


---


--


--


--














4.7 1970 Employed Persons 16 Years of Age and Over by Type of Industry

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11


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iL. i .i .r," NT


4.7
Employed Persons by Type of Industry
Legal,
Finance, Entertainment Engineering,
Wholesale Insurance Business and and Misc. Public
and Retail and and Repair Personal Recreational Public Professional Adminis-
District Trade Real Estate Services Services Services Services Services tration

Alachua 7,688 1,538 819 2,298 293 14,791) 1,327 1,882
Baker 434 103 29 93 6 853 35 224
Bay 6,241 929 721 2,394 301 3,535 819 2,223
Bradford 868 107 77 227 35 740 67 563
Brevard 15,514 3,057 6,990 4,302 640 10,867 1,995 8,235
Broward 58,897 16,879 10,281 19,871 4,342 26,698 6,240 9,621
Calhoun 484 31 25 177 12 502 49 146
Charlotte 1,650 817 188 598 48 916 158 307
Citrus 1,117 368 133 557 110 601 86 223
Clay 1,702 512 184 420 80 1,688 165 1,272
Collier 2,952 1,266 516 1,381 298 1,589 425 463
Columbia 1,779 300 221 701 47 1,815 251 570
Dade 120,398 33,816 23,191 45,718 7,562 66,290 17,275 21,619
De Soto 640 239 48 188 9 1,162 71 233
Dixie 265 23 7 67 9 257 17 67
Duval 48,591 17,314 7,856 12,131 1,831 24,450 4,740 14,503
Escambia 13,914 2,493 1,942 4,695 575 9,736 1,251 7,830
Flagler 254 24 21 195 14 208 22 126
Franklin 553 65 20 132 15 227 25 124
Gadsden 1,884 226 128 769 33 2,543 160 547
Gilchrist 128 24 28 35 9 219 16 38
Glades 188 20 13 67 9 88 7 86
Gulf 508 67 80 203 0 453 39 88
Hamilton 641 10 9 196 14 301 15 114
Hardee 915 163 103 226 14 619 44 142
Hendry 933 89 122 313 13 456 76 238
Hernando 1,186 232 102 288 58 754 130 230
Highlands 1,859 367 159 676 174 1,367 216 448
Hillsborough 46,888 9,023 7,024 9,369 2,132 24,451 4,990 8,028
Holmes 542 71 54 136 0 396 14 221
Indian River 2,838 576 382 1,049 159 1,811 295 612
Jackson 2,029 268 161 711 42 2,795 201 835
Jefferson 489 77 37 219 22 481 50 224
Lafayette 119 10 8 23 0 107 0 41
Lake 5,696 871 495 1,685 154 3,265 467 771
Lee 8,966 3,011 1,022 3,048 596 4,598 992 1,211
Leon 8,143 2,117 1,096 3,189 292 12,345 1,254 7,162
Levy 846 111 116 395 24 590 53 227
Liberty 134 15 12 44 5 92 4 174
Madison 745 93 74 260 26 785 65 214
Manatee 7,574 1,557 1,058 2,121 333 4,038 828 1,116
Marion 6,037 1,084 622 1,944 545 3,311 553 1,240
Martin 1,544 339 183 1,076 121 877 167 266
Monroe 4,003 595 383 1,724 301 1,610 390 1,985
Nassau 1,284 180 163 504 15 717 35 387
Okaloosa 4,917 907 901 1,553 213 3,281 515 3,584
Okeechobee 724 61 60 233 4 402 38 419
Orange 32,292 8,391 5,509 7,412 1,582 17,537 3,629 6,545
Osceola 1,765 338 199 437 39 1,139 139 436
Palm Beach 29,058 7,700 4,674 12,099 2,258 17,374 3,604 5,436
Pasco 4,247 787 480 951 130 2,095 299 651
Pinellas 43,401 12,102 5,738 14,510 2,245 25,125 4,740 7,659
Polk 17,575 3,849 2,243 4,819 879 11,147 1,710 2,912
Putnam 2,160 400 282 873 90 1,740 186 476
St. Johns 2,114 532 256 1,078 141 1,411 263 718
St. Lucie 4,600 752 488 1,252 228 2,216 435 890
Santa Rosa 1,960 407 206 584 48 1,663 255 1,224
Sarasota 9,913 2,714 1,516 3,400 779 5,507 1,287 1,360
Seminole 6,993 1,903 1,289 1,546 548 4,049 571 1,447
Sumter 965 159 77 345 14 452 45 274
Suwannee 918 228 94 331 20 890 59 233
Taylor 900 116 83 392 18 611 46 243
Union 243 22 44 110 0 407 33 395
Volusia 14,001 3,282 1,917 5,783 906 9,154 1,578 2,638
Wakulla 561 69 7 188 0 228 43 237
Walton 904 117 89 301 18 698 57 577
Washington 635 86 42 286 8 555 20 237

TOTAL 571,051 145,999 93,097 184,898 31,486 343,674 65,631 135,467


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4.8 Last Occupation of Experienced Unemployed 16 Years of Age and Older, b
Type of Occupation

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

This table gives the number of persons in each district who have worked
in the past yet who were, according to Bureau of Census definition,
unemployed.


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EMPLOYMENT


4.8
Last Occupation of Experienced Unemployed

Professional, Craftsmen, Service
Technical Clerical Foremen Operatives, Laborers, Workers,
and Managerial Sales and Kindred and Kindred Including Except Farm Including Private
District Workers Workers Workers Workers Transport Farm Workers Household

Alachua 210 134 261 148 156 149 154 65
Baker 0 0 3 5 17 5 5 0
Bay 68 82 165 220 104 78 166 89
Bradford 5 9 31 63 25 23 29 6
Brevard 971 324 977 635 297 260 460 425
Broward 1,242 706 1,139 1,567 655 569 694 595
Calhoun 0 0 6 28 14 16 0 6
Charlotte 29 24 33 44 29 20 21 9
Citrus 19 34 29 73 20 23 23 24
Clay 39 21 39 58 37 40 19 22
Collier 44 11 52 60 21 75 74 18
Columbia 9 0 42 63 47 53 43 26
Dade 2,672 1,320 2,854 4,722 1,842 1,147 1,936 1,580
De Soto 6 5 9 59 7 18 42 12
Dixie 5 0 0 15 5 5 5 13
Duval 276 273 892 297 115 29 701 307
Escambia 202 206 460 727 270 320 435 308
Flagler 0 0 0 10 4 7 0 0
Franklin 10 0 5 40 8 33 0 0
Gadsden 10 21 9 57 45 136 105 14
Gilchrist 0 0 0 21 0 5 8 11
Glades 5 0 4 0 16 4 19 9
Gulf 0 0 13 15 5 15 4 10
Hamilton 0 0 0 0 8 0 4 0
Hardee 11 0 24 54 14 31 101 5
Hendry 7 0 10 10 46 59 19 7
Hernando 12 6 24 43 1 56 27 24
Highlands 8 5 6 34 15 32 108 0
Hillsborough 652 395 983 1,560 820 574 905 370
Holmes 0 0 15 20 26 0 10 6
Indian River 48 8 65 61 62 28 102 22
Jackson 13 17 58 80 90 48 38 22
Jefferson 4 0 0 9 17 0 3 0
Lafayette 4 0 0 0 4 9 0 0
Lake 98 25 95 174 176 153 247 66
Lee 143 91 120 217 134 120 162 92
Leon 121 107 290 137 100 99 149 189
Levy 5 0 15 34 25 28 10 5
Liberty 7 0 0 12 10 23 0 10
Madison 6 9 10 27 5 17 18 22
Manatee 89 67 91 232 59 73 109 34
Marion 66 67 128 154 123 112 113 60
Martin 16 26 36 25 20 43 18 27
Monroe 62 40 119 106 33 94 8F 47
Nassau 15 9 9 22 32 55 49 3
Okaloosa 120 65 344 287 84 86 213 144
Okeechobee 4 18 33 10 4 13 15 0
Orange 840 394 921 1,251 616 556 796 425
Osceola 18 10 10 71 38 28 46 18
Palm Beach 341 277 410 963 281 573 471 462
Pasco 118 46 121 157 111 108 131 49
Pinellas 813 429 914 1,250 408 360 561 557
Polk 145 143 293 1,726 385 388 820 205
Putnam 20 23 69 111 44 45 102 50
St. Johns 31 9 39 80 17 57 76 46
St. Lucie 25 26 73 118 61 86 36 20
Santa Rosa 52 32 105 88 46 30 35 22
Sarasota 114 45 133 140 62 46 76 81
Seminole 141 55 188 349 247 163 155 126
Sumter 8 9 12 60 17 57 31 14
Suwannee 4 10 14 10 11 23 24 5
Taylor 5 5 16 24 13 6 11 17
Union 0 0 0 5 0 9 18 21
Volusia 287 166 341 489 186 196 298 188
Wakulla 6 8 11 10 11 12 5 6
Walton 5 6 21 58 24 10 17 11
Washington 0 0 0 24 9 15 7 0

TOTAL 10,306 5,818 13,189 19,219 8,234 7,551 11,167 7,027









V ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS


5.1 1970 Median Family Income

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

This table gives the median family income of the district. Family income
is the summation of the income of all members 14 years of age and older
in each family. Median family income is that income which divides the
district into two equal groups, one-half having less than the median and
one-half having greater than the median.

5.2 Percent of Families With Income Less Than Poverty Level and $15,000 or More

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

This two part table gives information concerning family income. The first
part gives the percent of the district's families with income less than
poverty level. Income less than poverty level is determined by comparing
family income with factors such as family size, sex of family head, number
of children under 18 years of age, and farm and nonfarm residence. In
1969, poverty thresholds for families ranged from $1,861 for a farm family
of 2 persons with a female head 65 years and over to $6,116 for a nonfarm
family with a male head and 7 or more persons. For more detailed
explanation of the poverty definition, see U. S. Bureau of Census, Current
Population Reports, Series P-23, No. 28, Revision of Poverty Statistics,
1959 to 1968. The second part gives the percent of the district's
families with incomes of $15,000 or more.

5.3 Mean Family Income, 1970

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

This figure is determined by dividing total family income by the total
number of families in a district.

5.4 Per Capita Income, 1970

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

Per capital income is the mean income computed for every man, woman, and
child in a particular group. It is derived by dividing the total income of
a particular group by the total population in that group.

5.5 1970 Mean Wage or Salary Income

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

See definition of mean 5.3.

5.6 1970 Mean Nonfarm and Farm Self Employment Income

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-C11

See definition of mean 5.3. r
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ECONOMIC ;LF .'TFP rTIC '


5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6

Families with Income of: 1970 1970
Mean Wage Mean
1970 Less Than 1970 1970 or Self-Employment
Median Poverty $15,000 Mean Per Capita Salary
District Income Level or More Income Income Income Non-Farm Farm

Alachua $8,329 15.3% 17.6% $10,155 $2,717 $9,021 $5,594 $ -
Baker 7,714 18.0 12.5 8,683 1,924 8,094 5,807 1,434
Bay 7,416 14.9 10.7 8,513 2,496 8,033 6,037 1,607
Bradford 6,905 20.4 8.4 7,929 2,012 7,448 6,096 3,017
Brevard 11,145 8.2 26.9 11,610 3,301 11,132 6,873 1,358
Broward 9,539 7.9 22.0 12,109 3,930 10,185 8,464 2,853
Calhoun 4,866 33.1 6.1 6,549 1,866 6,003 5,993 1,972
Charlotte 6,255 10.4 10.6 7,984 2,996 7,434 8,586 1,608
Citrus 5,563 19.1 7.8 6,948 2,392 6,632 6,767 1,858
Clay 8,430 13.9 13.8 9,494 2,620 8,670 8,595 1,647
Collier 9,136 11.1 25.2 13,464 4,196 9,515 9,698 4,311
Columbia 7,354 19.7 12.9 8,519 2,329 7,810 6,469 3,048
Dade 9,245 10.9 21.5 11,458 3,467 10,239 8,547 3,824
De Soto 6,320 17.2 8.4 7,700 1,987 7,281 6,397 3,722
Dixie 5,666 25.9 6.0 6,752 1,904 6,547 3,334 1,953
Duval 8,671 14.1 16.3 9,931 2,861 9,298 7,439 2,983
Escambia 8,027 15.3 12.2 9,159 2,589 8,427 6,505 2,190
Flagler 5,627 22.7 6.4 6,943 2,156 6,796 6,276 3,747
Franklin 4,338 31.1 3.8 5,603 1,654 5,015 3,897
Gadsden 5,598 61.0 6.9 6,862 1,469 6,184 6,116 4,289
Gilchrist 6,213 21.8 6.4 6,879 1,886 6,374 3,065 2,851
Glades 6,165 18.7 8.1 7,126 1,892 6,510 4,405 7,497
Gulf 7,322 20.0 6.9 7,694 2,117 7,809 6,258 -508
Hamilton 5,733 31.6 6.5 6,608 1,756 6,046 5,563 3,275
Hardee 5,792 24.2 8.9 7,188 1,942 6,373 4,817 3,680
Hendry 7,042 17.0 12.2 8,715 2,410 7,772 8,186 6,104
Hernando 5,863 20.6 6.8 7,025 2,279 6,733 7,603 4,314
Highlands 5,863 18.9 9.3 7,612 2,387 6,947 6,799 5,867
Hillsborough 8,162 12.8 14.0 9,506 2,793 8,835 6,798 2,755
Holmes 4,754 32.2 4.0 5,869 1,726 5,912 4,844 1,474
Indian River 7,219 15.3 12.4 8,722 2,707 7,955 6,229 3,773
Jackson 5,496 30.6 6.1 6,670 1,799 6,506 5,284 2,238
Jefferson 5,519 34.8 7.0 6,649 1,640 6,262 4,194 1,749
Lafayette 5,368 23.8 8.3 7,032 1,978 5,780 4,624 5,019
Lake 6,352 17.5 10.4 7,946 2,586 7,143 7,178 4,151
Lee 7,878 11.9 15.0 9,430 3,095 8,371 8,561 3,883
Leon 8,961 13.7 20.4 10,615 2,887 9,395 7,565 1,664
Levy 5,821 22.5 6.6 6,926 1,997 6,323 3,794 2,991
Liberty 5,582 28.5 4.2 6,179 1,762 6,441 4,371 1,550
Madison 5,743 33.2 7.5 6,786 1,791 6,107 3,781 1,983
Manatee 6,591 13.4 11.0 8,194 2,858 7,634 8,732 4,700
Marion 6,595 19.7 10.6 8,062 2,363 7,469 7,539 2,443
Martin 7,285 15.7 11.9 9,121 2,931 8,439 7,360 5,427
Monroe 7,334 14.0 12.4 8,828 2,842 7,731 7,464 4,217
Nassau 8,063 15.7 10.0 8,712 2,308 8,171 5,846 1,821
Okaloosa 7,876 12.1 14.5 9,121 2,628 8,456 6,585 2,009
Okeechobee 6,506 17.7 9.9 7,743 2,042 6,897 7,896 5,946
Orange 8,880 11.2 18.4 10,374 3,038 9,230 7,354 2,551
Osceola 6,223 16.2 8.3 7,591 2,423 7,477 7,581 3,028
Palm Beach 9,112 10.2 22.0 12,310 3,893 9,905 9,040 4,571
Pasco 4,998 17.5 5.8 6,421 2,342 6,744 6,493 3,783
Pinellas 7,642 9.0 14.4 9,511 3,300 8,610 7,757 4,179
Polk 7,526 15.3 11.5 8,731 2,568 8,177 7,254 4,512
Putnam 6,803 20.9 10.3 8,068 2,303 7,494 6,756 1,650
St. Johns 6,548 20.3 13.3 9,186 2,657 7,848 7,096 3,412
St. Lucie 6,358 20.7 9.8 7,770 2,327 7,330 7,008 7,377
Santa Rosa 7,707 16.4 11.9 8,623 2,443 8,233 5,979 3,426
Sarasota 7,739 11.7 17.6 10,126 3,640 8,955 9,649 4,482
Seminole 8,900 11.8 17.1 10,310 2,935 9,031 6,897 2,063
Sumter 5,657 25.9 6.6 6,639 1,888 6,488 4,538 3,066
Suwannee 5,903 27.9 8.5 8,178 2,281 7,837 6,041 2,586
Taylor 6,814 24.0 13.3 8,452 2,334 8,567 5,786 1,459
Union 6,317 22.3 7.4 7,045 1,516 6,523 6,599 1,680
Volusia 7,036 13.8 13.1 8,705 2,809 8,115 7,697
Wakulla 6,128 26.2 5.1 6,842 1,883 6,577 3,868 1,592
Walton 5,828 26.4 8.1 7,017 2,048 6,983 6,411 2,964
Washington 4,755 35.5 5.4 6,048 1,738 5,835 6,438 1,259

TOTAL $8,267 12.7% 16.8% $10,120 $3,092 $9,131 $7,727 $3,318








VI HOUSING


6.1 1960 and 1970 Total Housing Units

SOURCE: Florida Statistical Abstract, 1971, Bureau of Economic and
Business Research, University of Florida

As defined by the Bureau of the Census, a housing unit is any house,
apartment, group of rooms, or single rooms occupied or intended for
occupancy as separate living quarters. Both occupied and vacant
housing units are included, except that mobile homes, trailers, etc.
are included only if they are occupied.

6.2 1960, 1970 Percent Increase In Total Housing Units

SOURCE: Florida Statistical Abstract, 1971, Bureau of Economic and
Business Research, University of Florida

6.3 1960, 1970 Total Owner-Occupied Housing Units

SOURCE: Florida Statistical Abstract, 1971, Bureau of Economic and
Business Research, University of Florida

6.4 1960, 1970 Percent Increase In Total Owner-Occupied Housing Units

SOURCE: Florida Statistical Abstract, 1971, Bureau of Economic and
Business Research, University of Florida


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6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4


Total Total
Housing Percent Owner-Occupied Percent
Units Increase Housing Units Increase
District 1960 1970 1960-1970 1960 1970 1960-1970

Alachua 21,933 33,538 52.9% 12,312 18,869 53.3%
Baker 1,951 2,352 20.5 1,048 1,614 54.0
Bay 21,680 26,783 23.5 11,304 15,768 39.5
Bradford 4,019 4,625 15.0 2,349 3,052 29.9
Brevard 36,852 77,611 110.6 22,576 48,599 115.3
Broward 128,559 253,316 97.0 80,648 161,511 100.3
Calhoun 2,403 2,701 12.4 1,348 1,804 33.8
Charlotte 6,188 13,566 119.2 3,796 9,826 158.9
Citrus 4,512 9,699 114.9 2,380 6,274 163.6
Clay 7,164 10,985 53.3 3,291 6,599 100.5
Collier 5,950 17,544 194.8 3,009 9,073 201.5
Columbia 6,377 8,450 32.5 3,628 5,522 52.2
Dade 348,946 453,915 30.0 183,103 230,630 26.0
De Soto 3,399 4,080 20.0 2,114 2,651 25.4
Dixie 1,584 1,884 18.9 797 1,167 46.4
Duval 141,252 174,312 23.4 85,719 108,973 27.1
Escambia 52,256 65,142 24.6 33,210 42,410 27.7
Flagler 1,696 1,857 9.4 796 948 19.1
Franklin 3,101 3,409 9.9 1,479 1,801 21.8
Gadsden 9,625 10,267 6.6 4,907 6,066 23.6
Gilchrist 1,024 1,253 22.3 599 891 48.7
Glades 1,035 1,445 39.6 456 674 47.8
Gulf 3,581 3,792 5.8 1,656 2,231 34.7
Hamilton 2,345 2,562 9.2 1,220 1,645 34.8
Hardee 4,063 4,797 18.0 2,585 3,156 22.1
Hendry 2,569 3,946 53.6 1,302 2,172 66.8
Hernando 4,406 7,531 70.9 2,524 4,665 84.8
Highlands 8,584 12,416 44.6 4,440 7,409 66.9
Hillsborough 135,406 168,555 24.4 87,450 115,630 32.2
Holmes 3,473 4,065 17.0 2,322 2,765 19.1
Indian River 9,703 14,008 44.3 5,890 8,973 52.3
Jackson 10,962 11,362 3.6 6,349 7,501 18.1
Jefferson 2,831 2,683 -5.2 1,582 1,690 6.8
Lafayette 1,066 1,036 -2.8 606 738 21.8
Lake 21,757 28,179 29.5 13,308 18,458 38.7
Lee 21,032 43,339 106.0 12,833 28,214 119.9
Leon 21,103 32,576 54.3 11,926 18,571 55.7
Levy 3,622 4,760 29.9 2,073 3,076 48.4
Liberty 990 1,288 30.1 648 828 27.8
Madison 4,304 4,265 -0.9 2,230 2,645 18.6
Manatee 30,309 42,269 39.4 19,654 30,355 54.4
Marion 17,960 25,882 44.1 10,696 16,694 56.1
Martin 7,473 12,307 64.6 4,015 7,689 91.5
Monroe 16,721 20,596 23.1 6,567 9,115 38.8
Nassau 5,344 6,785 26.9 3,239 4,609 42.3
Okaloosa 17,943 27,149 51.3 8,875 15,098 70.1
Okeechobee 2,013 3,704 84.0 1,051 1,941 84.7
Orange 88,420 117,295 32.6 54,891 74,018 34.8
Osceola 7,906 10,521 33.0 4,860 6,765 39.2
Palm Beach 89,396 141,232 57.9 47,931 83,213 73.6
Pasco 14,854 34,590 132.8 9,481 25,771 171.8
Pinellas 165,823 228,772 37.9 108,012 159,580 47.7
Polk 64,116 80,325 25.2 39,367 51,779 31.5
Putnam 10,880 13,010 19.5 6,407 8,826 37.8
St. Johns 10,646 11,689 9.7 6,115 7,335 20.0
St. Lucie 13,989 18,862 34.8 8,004 10,871 35.8
Santa Rosa 8,673 12,130 39.8 5,483 7,842 43.0
Sarasota 34,806 55,480 59.3 20,931 37,857 80.9
Seminole 18,212 28,446 56.1 11,703 19,467 66.3
Sumter 4,138 5,274 27.4 2,581 3,600 39.5
Suwannee 4,748 5,227 10.0 3,030 3,634 19.9
Taylor 4,407 4,991 13.2 2,401 3,183 32.6
Union 1,298 1,745 34.4 624 1,031 65.2
Volusia 52,351 70,397 34.4 32,599 46,394 42.3
Wakulla 1,918 2,725 42.0 1,077 1,565 45.3
Walton 5,591 6,564 17.4 3,474 4,136 19.1
Washington 3,723 4,219 13.3 2,356 2,862 21.5

TOTAL 1,776,961 2,522,080 41.9% 1,047,237 1,560,319 49.0%










6.5 1970 Percent Owner-Occupied Housing Units, by Race

SOURCE: Florida Statistical Abstract, 1971, Bureau of Economic and
Business Research, University of Florida

6.6 1960, 1970 Median Value of Owner-Occupied Housing Units

SOURCE: Florida Statistical Abstract, 1971, Bureau of Economic and
Business Research, University of Florida

This table gives the median value of owner-occupied housing units for
1960 and 1970. Some 1960 values are not shown as they are below $5,000.

6.7 1960 1970 Percent Increase In Median Value of Owner-Occupied Housing Units

SOURCE: Florida Statistical Abstract, 1971, Bureau of Economic and
Business Research, University of Florida

6.8 1970 Percent of Occupied Housing Units With Telephone Available

SOURCE: Florida Statistical Abstract, 1971, Bureau of Economic and
Business Research, University of Florida.

A unit is classified as having a telephone if there is a telephone
available to the occupants of the unit. The telephone may be located
inside or outside of the unit, and one telephone may serve the
occupants of several units.


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6.5 6.6 6.7 6.8
Percent of
Percent Median Value Occupied
Owner Occupied Owner Occupied Percent Housing Units
Housing, 1970 Housing Units Increase With Telephone
Median Value Available
District White Nonwhite 1960 1970 of Housing 1970

Alachua 82.5% 17.5% $10,600 $14,100 33.0% 82.8%
Baker 87.7 12.3 7,500 ** 58.9
Bay 90.7 9.3 8,500 10,900 28.2 81.8
Bradford 84.1 15.9 6,300 8,200 30.2 67.7
Brevard 94,9 5.1 13,300 16,800 26.3 85.7
Broward 94.4 5.6 13,900 19,900 43.2 86.6
Calhoun 87.7 12.3 6,300 ** 62.3
Charlotte 98,8 1.2 11,400 15,000 31.6 79.8
Citrus 94,6 5.4 7,000 11,600 65.7 70.7
Clay 92.8 7.2 8,200 13,700 67.1 80.7
Collier 96,8 3.2 12,900 22,300 72.9 72.3
Columbia 81,7 18.3 6,700 9,700 44.8 73.8
Dade 91.6 8.4 14,200 19,000 33.8 84.9
De Soto 85.0 15.0 7,000 8,600 22.9 63.9
Dixie 91,1 89 6,500 ** 59.1
Duval 83,5 16.5 10,900 12,100 11.0 82.0
Escambia 85,5 14.5 9,400 12,300 30.9 83.1
Flagler 85,4 14.6 8,800 10,700 21.6 65.9
Franklin 87,3 12.7 5,400 6,600 22.2 62.0
Gadsden 53,0 47.0 5,600 7,600 43.4 67.3
Gilchrist 95.4 4.6 5,500 7,000 27.3 66.8
Glades 90.2 9.8 5,100 8,300 62.7 48.9
Gulf 83.9 16.1 7,400 8,400 13.5 71.3
Hamilton 72.3 27.7 6,900 ** 61.3
Hardee 93.4 6.6 6,400 8,400 31.3 64.2
Hendry 88.8 11.2 7,600 10,600 39.5 57.2
Hernando 92.2 7.8 7,300 10,400 42.5 70.6
Highlands 88.7 11.3 9,500 11,800 24.2 69.6
Hillsborough 92.1 7.9 9,300 12,000 29.0 79.2
Holmes 97.3 2.7 5,700 ** 57.9
Indian River 89.6 10.4 11,600 14,100 21.6 80.1
Jackson 75.6 24.4 5,500 7,400 34.5 65.5
Jefferson 57.8 42.2 8,100 ** 56.6
Lafayette 96.1 3.9 6,400 6,800 6.3 68.1
Lake 91.1 8.9 11,100 12,600 13.5 72.4
Lee 95.5 4.5 11,700 17,300 47.9 74.2
Leon 81.8 18.2 11,700 16,100 37.6 82.2
Levy 84.2 15.8 5,200 7,900 51.9 64.1
Liberty 88.5 11.5 5,400 ** 56.1
Madison 68.0 32.0 5,500 7,800 41.8 62.5
Manatee 94.3 5.7 10,700 13,900 29.9 77.9
Marion 81.0 19.0 7,900 11,200 41.8 69.1
Martin 92.p 7.2 11,200 15,100 34.8 74.6
Monroe 95.7 4.3 10,900 16,200 48.6 73.8
Nassau 83.2 16.8 7,400 9,300 25.7 75.2
Okaloosa 95.B 4.2 10,400 14,300 37.5 82.9
Okeechobee 91.0 9.0 8,600 11,000 27.9 58.9
Orange 91.7 8.3 13,000 15,500 19.2 83.1
Osceola 95.3 4.7 9,500 11,600 22.1 69.8
Palm Beach 93.1L 6.9 13,400 17,600 31.3 82.4
Pasco 97.7 2.1 7,700 11,300 46.8 73.3
Pinellas 96.4 3.6 12,100 14,500 19.8 84.2
Polk 89.5 10.5 9,400 11,900 26.6 75.0
Putnam 82.$ 17.7 7,200 9,200 27.8 75.7
St. Johns 83.4 16.6 10,000 11,700 17.0 77.0
St. Lucie 86.1 13.9 10,800 14,000 29.6 74.2
Santa Rosa 95.4 4.6 8,900 12,100 36.0 82.0
Sarasota 96.8 3.2 13,400 17,100 27.6 85.6
Seminole 88.3 11.7 11,200 15,000 33.9 83.3
Sumter 84.3 15.7 6,100 7,900 29.5 60.2
Suwannee 81.$ 18.2 5,300 7,700 45.3 68.1
Taylor 85.6 14.4 6,900 8,400 21.7 71.4
Union 88.7 11.3 5,900 7,300 23.7 61.5
Volusia 92.1 7.9 11,500 13,900 20.9 83.1
Wakulla 81.4 18.6 6,600 ** 57.0
Walton 90.5 9.5 7,300 ** 64.6
Washington .86.6 13.4 6,500 ** 67.8

TOTAL 91.3% 8.7% $11,800 $14,900 26.3% 81.3%

* Median is below $5,000.
** Data not available to compute percent increase.








VII INDUSTRY


7.1 1964, 1968, 1970 Number of Manufacturing and Nonmanufacturing Units Reporting
First Quarter

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, CBP-64-11,
CBP-68-11 and CBP-70-11

As defined by the Bureau of the Census, a reporting unit is any legal
entity engaged in either manufacturing or nonmanufacturing pursuits.
However, the reporting unit for manufacturing industries differs from
that of nonmanufacturing industries. Each manufacturing location of
a company is counted as a separate reporting unit. In nonmanufacturing
industries, employers are counted once in each county for each industry
in which they operate, regardless of the number of establishments operated.

7.2 1964-68, 1968-70 Percent Increase or Decrease In Number of Reporting Units

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, CBP-64-11,
CBP-68-11 and CBP-70-11

7.3 1964, 1968, 1970 Total Taxable Payrolls First Quarter

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, CBP-64-11,
CBP-68-11 and CBP-70-11

This table gives the total taxable payrolls in $1,000 units for each
district.


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INDUSTRY


7.1

Number of Manufacturing
and Non-Manufacturing Units
Reporting First Quarter


District


7.2

Percent Increase
or Decrease in
Number of Reporting Units

1964-68 1968-70


7.3

Total
Taxable Payrolls
First Quarter


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washinaton


TOTAL 111,262 119,368 126,361 7.2% 5.9% $1,278,471 $1,960,565


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-1


1,345
95
1,236
216
2,733
9,452
138
342
266
268
638
415
23,637
192
101
8,917
2,799
85
154
475
51
39
188
94
227
167
213
494
8,161
121
715
503
127
36
1,276
1,731
1,550
224
47
201
1,454
1,266
436
1,047
362
887
168
5,844
379
6,177
660
8,480
3,837
583
703
936
355
2,590
833
150
273
281
69
3,369
65
227
162


-"


1,539
112
1,342
203
3,125
10,988
136
382
290
324
830
486
25,466
187
123
9,169
2,855
79
139
454
50
42
177
113
241
205
228
532
8,303
122
740
490
135
36
1,311
2,029
1,743
237
54
198
1,539
1,326
502
1,137
370
1,045
196
6,411
415
6,701
750
8,698
4,041
576
672
966
386
2,807
914
184
286
307
57
3,383
66
245
171


__


1,644
107
1,441
194
3,161
12,322
142
433
333
334
1,019
498
27,140
180
104
9,262
3,009
73
130
454
48
39
159
116
240
215
239
580
8,627
130
803
508
133
39
1,328
2,251
1,882
228
63
196
1,655
1,368
573
1,136
340
1,158
189
6,874
442
7,214
869
9,209
4,017
582
630
1,018
420
3,098
1,011
173
297
288
59
3,442
69
261
165


~


~


1


14.4%
17.8
8.5
-6.0
14.3
16.2
-1.4
11.6
9.0
20.8
30.0
17.1
7.7
-2.6
21.7
2.8
2.0
-7.0
-9.7
-4.4
-1.9
7.6
-5.8
20.2
6.1
22.7
7.0
7.6
1.7
0.8
3.4
-2.5
6.2
0.0
2.7
17.2
12.4
5.8
14.8
-1.4
5.8
4.7
15.1
8.5
2.2
17.8
16.6
9.7
9.4
8.4
13.6
2.5
5.3
-1.2
-4.4
3.2
8.7
8.3
9.7
22.6
4.7
9.2
-17.3
0.4
1.5
7.9
5.5


,


~


6.8%
-4.4
7.3
-4.4
1.1
12.1
4.4
13.3
14.8
3.0
22.7
0.4
6.5
-3.7
-15.4
1.0
5.3
-7.5
-6.4
0.0
-4.0
-7.1
-10.1
2.6
-0.4
4.8
4.8
9.0
3.9
6.5
8.5
3.6
-1.4
8.3
1.2
10.9
7.9
-3.7
16.6
-1.0
7.5
3.1
14.1
-0.1
-8.1
10.8
-3.6
7.2
6.5
7.7
15.9
5.9
-0.6
1.0
-6.3
5.4
8.8
10.4
10.6
-6.0
3.8
-6.2
3.5
1.7
4.5
6.5
-3.5


_


~


$ 12,575
373
10,381
1,304
64,929
87,132
377
1,814
1,033
2,058
3,925
2,648
333,257
889
695
129,321
39,264
638
426
2,945
131
489
2,163
265
1,124
1,622
1,547
2,674
110,741
294
5,452
3,006
522
65
8,174
12,772
11,972
1,180
265
1,072
9,751
9,451
2,771
5,507
3,853
6,684
694
90,970
1,768
70,039
3,368
82,055
48,466
6,161
4,889
7,014
2,723
18,884
6,720
845
1,684
3,365
191
26,716
365
1,210
813


~


I~


$ 19,206
487
14,181
1,387
127,890
148,683
599
2,863
1,483
3,232
7,530
5,213
529,308
2,282
989
184,031
50,835
621
516
4,311
205
869
3,079
670
1,703
2,085
2,191
3,452
159,861
498
9,833
3,798
796
110
11,832
22,904
19,214
1,973
647
1,414
14,520
13,326
4,843
7,837
5,028
12,213
1,173
125,300
3,229
106,892
6,189
117,885
73,575
8,714
5,925
9,871
5,111
29,231
9,511
1,397
2,254
4,299
284
36,108
448
1,481
1.140


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~


~


~


~


~


~


~


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7.3 1964, 1968, 1970 Total Taxable Payrolls First Quarter

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, CBP-64-11,
CBP-68-11 and CBP-70-11

7.4 1964-68, 1968-70 Percent Increase or Decrease In Total Taxable Payrolls
First Quarter

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, CBP-64-11,
CBP-68-11 and CBP-70-11

7.5 Percent of 1970 Reporting Units With Less Than 20 Employees and 20 or More
Employees

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, CBP-64-11,
CBP-68-11 and CBP-70-11

7.6 1969 Number of Farms In District

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Census of
Agriculture, 1969, Volume 1, Area Reports, Pt. 29, Florida

7.7 1969 Average Size of Farms

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Census of
Agriculture, 1969, Volume 1, Area Reports, Pt. 29, Florida

This is the average size of farms in acres in the district. It is
determined by dividing the number of farms into the total farm
acreage of each district.


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INDUSTRY


7.3


Total
Taxable Payrolls
First Quarter
1970


7.4

Percent Increase
or Decrease
In Total
Taxable Payroll
1964-68 1968-70


7.5

Percent of 1970 Reporting


Units

Less Than
20 Employees


with:
20
or More
Employees


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Dtval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes
Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washington


TOTAL $2,598,144 53.4% 32.5% 87.4% 12.6% 35,586 394.3


District


7.6

Number
of
Farms In
District,
1969


7.7

Average
Size
of
Farms,
1969


$ 24,056
10,673
18,034
1,768
124,258
237,371
673
4,200
2,350
3,751
13,286
5,458
716,166
2,232
1,309
231,825
62,149
627
527
5,258
181
738
4,278
1,987
2,130
2,449
2,846
4,611
204,266
636
10,211
4,779
978
132
14,612
32,704
25,010
2,321
1,017
1,771
20,608
17,499
8,135
9,997
7,218
15,234
1,233
152,729
4,037
154,794
8,770
159,783
86,146
9,834
6,621
13,602
6,319
41,921
12,324
1,862
3,333
4,841
309
43,621
672
1,708
1.180


52.7%
30.6
36.6
6.4
97.0
70.6
58.9
57.8
43.6
57.0
91.8
96.9
58.8
156.7
42.3
42.3
29.5
-2.7
21.1
46.4
56.5
77.7
42.3
152.8
51.5
28.5
41.6
29.1
44.4
69.4
80.4
26.3
52.5
69.2
44.8
79.3
60.5
67.2
144.2
31.9
48.9
41.0
74.8
42.3
30.5
82.7
69.0
37.7
82.6
52.6
83.8
43.7
51.8
41.4
21.2
40.7
87.7
54.8
41.5
65.3
33.8
27.8
48.7
35.2
22.7
22.4
40.2


25.3%
38.2
27.2
27.5
-2.8
59.7
12.4
46.7
58.5
16.1
76.4
4.7
35.3
-2.2
32.4
26.0
22.3
1.0
2.1
22.0
-11.7
-15.1
38.9
196.6
25.1
17.5
29.9
33.6
27.8
27.7
3.8
25.8
22.9
20.0
23.5
42.8
30.2
17.6
57.2
25.2
41.9
31.3
68.0
27.6
43.6
24.7
5.1
21.9
25.0
44.8
41.7
35.5
17.1
12.9
11.7
37.8
23.6
43.4
29.6
33.3
47.9
12.6
8.8
20.8
50.0
15.3
3.5


~


87.0%
94.4
89.0
93.3
88.7
87.2
95.8
91.2
92.2
91.3
89.3
89.6
85.4
91.7
89.4
84.5
87.2
94.5
93.8
90.1
100.0
94.9
91.2
92.2
90.8
93.0
86.6
92.4
84.7
96.2
89.5
90.6
92.5
100.0
91.1
90.1
87.0
93.4
87.3
92.3
91.1
89.3
90.4
91.7
92.1
90.2
93.7
86.2
91.4
87.8
93.6
88.1
87.6
93.1
91.7
89.9
91.9
88.8
89.5
91.3
89.6
94.1
98.3
90.3
89.9
94.6
93.9


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13.0%
5.6
11.0
6.7
11.3
12.8
4.2
8.8
7.8
8.7
10.7
10.4
14.6
8.3
10.6
15.5
12.8
5.5
6.2
9.9
0.0
5.1
8.8
7.8
9.2
7.0
13.4
7.6
15.3
3.8
10.5
9.4
7.5
0.0
8.9
9.9
13.0
6.6
12.7
7.7
8.9
10.7
9.6
8.3
7.9
9.8
6.3
13.8
8.6
12.2
6.4
11.9
12.4
6.9
8.3
10.1
8.1
11.2
10.5
8.7
10.4
5.9
1.7
9.7
10.1
5.4
6.1


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906 335.6
180 433.4
89 241.5
363 161.1
473 483.0
291 208.8
229 300.3
153 1424.8
225 485.0
189 824.3
116 2671.6
625 245.5
782 101.0
562 483.0
114 1450.4
320 232.2
577 187.6
79 1160.1
8 492.8
443 279.7
334 299.6
149 3068.5
50 282.1
402 283.2
1,094 376.2
228 2883.7
404 208.5
540 983.8
2,769 135.3
737 177.6
425 445.8
1,582 197.7
363 447.1
325 233.5
1,634 211.7
326 435.4
296 519.5
490 632.7
109 131.6
737 278.6
667 479.2
1,328 361.6
182 1166.7
4 1.5
221 295.2
385 197.3
227 1883.0
1,224 201.5
416 2106.9
601 877.2
1,133 298.6
290 73.6
2,628 323.5
462 601.7
219 300.1
501 648.1
587 183.4
190 786.1
510 132.0
600 331.5
1,091 252.2
225 471.9
242 304.6
895 248.9
60 234.3
526 279.3
454 193.7


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