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 Table of Contents
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 Population
 Population mobility
 Education
 Vital statistics
 Employment
 Economic characteristics
 Housing
 Law enforcement and crime
 Back Cover














Group Title: Research report
Title: Population characteristics of Florida school districts
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Title: Population characteristics of Florida school districts
Series Title: Research report
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Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Dept. of Education
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Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: 1970 updated
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Table of Contents
        Page i
        Page ii
    Front Matter
        Page 1
    Florida at a glance
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
        Page 11
    Population
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
    Population mobility
        Page 20
        Page 21
    Education
        Page 22
        Page 23
        Page 24
        Page 25
    Vital statistics
        Page 26
        Page 27
        Page 28
        Page 29
        Page 30
        Page 31
        Page 32
        Page 33
        Page 34
        Page 35
        Page 36
        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
        Page 41
    Employment
        Page 42
        Page 43
        Page 44
        Page 45
    Economic characteristics
        Page 46
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
        Page 50
        Page 51
    Housing
        Page 52
        Page 53
        Page 54
        Page 55
    Law enforcement and crime
        Page 56
        Page 57
        Page 58
        Page 59
        Page 60
    Back Cover
        Page 61
        Page 62
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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Florida At A Glance ]

Total Population 1950-1970 and Projected Population 1980-2000 . . . . .
Total Resident Births, 1960-1972 . . . . .. . . . . . . .
Total Births, by Color, 1960-1972 ..........................
Total Resident Birth Rate, Per 1,000 Population, by Color 1960-1972 . . . .
Resident Birth Rate, Per 1,000 Population, by Color 1960-1972 . . . . .
Resident Deaths, 1960-1972 ........ ................ .....
Median Age of Population, by Sex, 1950-1970 . . . . . . . . . .
Population Distribution, by Color, 1950-1970 . . . . . . . . . .
Population Distribution, by Urban and Rural, 1950-1970 . . . . . . . .
First Grade Enrollment 1966-67 thru 1972-73 vs. Births Six Years Prior . . . .
Total School Enrollment and Enrollment by Grade Groups, 1960-1972 . . . .
Total High School Graduates, 1960-1972 . . . . . . . . . . . .
Percent of Total Population, 25 Years and Over, by Sex, With No Years of School
Completed, 1950-1970 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Percent of Total Population, 25 Years and Over, by Sex, With Less Than Five Years
of School Completed, 1950-1970.........................
Agricultural vs. Nonagricultural as a Percent of Total Employed, 1960-1972 . . .
Annual Average Unemployment Rate, in Percent, 1960-1972 . . . . . . .
Personal Income Per Capita, 1950-1970 . . . . . . . . . . . .
Median Family Income, 1950-1970..........................
Total Referrals to the Juvenile Courts, 1965-1971 . . . .........

I Population


Total Population by District, 1960 and 1970 . .
Percent Change 1960-1970 .............
Average Yearly Change 1960-1970 . . . . .
Components of Change 1960-1970 . . . ....
Projected Population, by District, July 1, 1972.
Components of Change 1970-1972...........
Average Yearly Percent Change 1970-1972 . . .
Projected Population, by District, 1980 . .
Projected Population Change 1970-1980 . . .
Average Yearly Change 1970-1980 . . . . .
Population Density, Per Square Mile and Kilometer,
Percent of Population by Residence 1970 . . .
Percent Native Born Population 1970 . . .. .
1970 Percent of Population by Age Group . . .
1970 Median Age ..................
1970 Percent of Population by Race . . . .


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II Population Mobility

2.1 Total 1970 Population, 5 Years of Age and Over . . . . . . .
2.2 Percent of Persons in 1965:
Living in the Same House in 1970 . . . . . . . . . .
Moving to Different House, Same District, 1965-1970 . . . . .
Who Lived in Different District, Same State, 1965-1970 . . . .
Who Lived in Different District, Different State, 1965-1970 . . .
Persons Abroad, 1965-1970.......... ............
Moved, 1965 Residence Not Reported . . . . . . . . .

III Education

3.1 Percent 1970 Persons 3-34 Years of Age Enrolled in School . . . .
3.2 Percent 1970 Elementary Children in Private School . . . . . .
3.3 Percent 1970 Persons 14-17 Years of Age Enrolled in School . . . .
3.4 Percent 1970 Population 18-34 Years of Age Enrolled in College . . .
3.5 Percent 1970 Population, by Sex, With No Years of School Completed . .
3.6 Percent 1970 Population With Less Than 5 Years of School . . . . .
3.7 Percent 1970 High School Graduates . . . . . . . . . .
3.8 Percent 1970 Population, by Sex, Who Have Completed High School . . .
3.9 Percent 1970 Population, by Sex, With 1 to 3 Years of College Completed. .
3.10 Percent 1970 Population, by Sex, With 4 or More Years of College Completed
3.11 1970 Median School Years Completed . . . . . . . . . .


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IV Vital Statistics

4.1 Resident Live Births and Birth Rates, Per 1,000 Population, by Color 1972.
4.2 Resident Deaths, by Color 1972 .......................
4.3 Infant Deaths, by Color 1972 ........................
4.4 Total Resident Live Births, by Age of Mother, 1972 . . . . . . .
4.5 White Resident Live Births, by Age of Mother, 1972 . . . . . .
4.6 Nonwhite Resident Live Births, by Age of Mother, 1972 . . . . . .
4.7 Resident Illegitimate Live Births and Rates Per 100 Total Live Births, by
Color, 1972. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.8 Total Resident Illegitimate Live Births, by Age of Mother, 1972 . . .
4.9 White Resident Illegitimate Live Births, by Age of Mother, 1972 . . .
4.10 Nonwhite Resident Illegitimate Live Births, by Age of Mother, 1972 . . .

V Employment


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5.1 Civilian Labor Force, March 1972/P ....... . . . . . 43
5.2 Total and Rate of Unemployment, March 1972/P . . . . . . . . .43
5.3 Nonagricultural and Agricultural Employment, March 1972/P. . . . . . 43
5.4 Total Employment in Nonagricultural Establishments, by Industry Division,
March 1972/P .. . . . ..... .... ............ ... 45

VI Economic Characteristics

6.1 Personal Income by Source 1970 ($1,000's). . . . . . . . . 47
6.2 Personal Income by Place of Work 1970 ($1,000's) . . . . . . . 49
6.3 Personal Income in the Private Sector, by Broad Nonfarm Industrial Classes
1970 ($1,000's). ........... ................... .51
6.4 Personal Income Per Capita, 1970 ....................... 51


VII Housing

7.1 Total Housing Units, 1960 and 1970 . . . . . . . . . . . 53
7.2 Percent Increase in Total Housing Units, 1960-1970 . . . . . . . 53
7.3 Total Owner-Occupied Housing Units, 1960 and 1970 . . . . . . 53
7.4 Percent Increase in Total Owner-Occupied Housing Units, 1960-1970. . . . 53
7.5 Percent Owner-Occupied Housing, 1970, by Color . . . . . . . . 55
7.6 Median Value Owner-Occupied Housing Units, 1960 and 1970 . . . . . 55
7.7 Percent Increase Median Value of Housing Units, 1960-1970. . . . . . 55
7.8 Percent of Occupied Housing Units with Telephone Available, 1970 ...... 55

VIII Law Enforcement and Crime

8.1 Total Juvenile Arrests, 1971 ............... . . . . 57
8.2 Juvenile Arrests by Offense Category, 1971 . . . . . . . . . 57
8.3 Juvenile Arrests by Age Groupings, 1971. . . . . . . . . ... 57
8.4 Arrest Rate Per 1,000 Population, 1972 . . . . . . . ... .. 59
8.5 Total Crime Index, 1972. ... ............... ...... 59
8.6 Narcotic Drug Law Arrests, 1971 and 1972 . . . . . . . . . 59
8.7 Percent Increase or Decrease in Narcotic Drug Law Arrests, 1971-72 . . . 59
8.8 Arrests for Violation of Liquor Laws, 1971-72 . . . . . . . 59
8.9 Percent Increase or Decrease in Arrests for Violations of Liquor Laws,
1971-72 . . . . . . . . . . . . ...... .. 59









POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS OF


FLORIDA SCHOOL DISTRICTS


This publication brings together in one report selected social, demographic,
and economic data about the populations making up each of Florida's sixty-seven
school districts (counties). The report updates Research Report 100 and should
prove helpful in developing base line data for federal and state project appli-
cations, provide assistance in obtaining status information to be used in identi-
fying the educational needs of the several school districts, and give assistance
to aid in making policy decisions.

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

Number of Inhabitants Florida, PC(1)-All, 1970 Census of Population,
Bureau of the Census, U. S. Department of Commerce, July 1971

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

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

Florida Statistical Abstract 1971 and 1972, Bureau of Economic and Business
Research, College of Business Administration, University of Florida

Components of Florida Population Change, Bulletin No. 25 July 1972, Bureau
of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida

Predicting Florida's Population, Bulletin No. 23 August 1972, Bureau of
Economic and Business Research, University of Florida

Crime In Florida, 1972 Annual Report, Florida Department of Law Enforcement

Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Division of Health

Department of Commerce, Division of Administration, Bureau of Research and
Statistics

Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Division of Criminal Identification
and Information

The source used is given on the page facing each table. In some instances,
modifications were made. The report is organized into eight sections according
to the nature of the data. A table of contents is provided to aid in more rapid
location of the data.

I Population V Employment
II Population Mobility VI Economic Characteristics
III Education VII Housing
IV Vital Statistics VIII Law Enforcement and Crime









Florida At A Glance


The following nine pages of graphs provide a graphic representation of
selected social and economic data for Florida. Included are graphs relating
to population growth, births, birth rates, deaths, school enrollment,
educational attainment, employment, income, and juvenile delinquency.




Total Population 1950-1970 and Projected Population 1980-2000


15,000,000


14,000,000


13,000,000


12,000,000


11,000,000


10,000,000


9,000,000


8,000,000


7,000,000


6,000,000


5,000,000


4,000,000


3,000,000


2,000,000


/
/


//
//


1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000
Source: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census and Bureau of Economic and
Business Research, College of Business Administration, University of Florida




Total Resident Births 1960-1972


120,000


118,000


116,000


114,000


112,000


110,000


108,000


106,000


104,000


102,000


100,000


98,000


1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972


Source: Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Division of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics


_-,- -






Total Births by Color, 1960-1972


95,000


90,000


85,000


80,000


75,000


70,000


65,000


60,000


55,000


50,000


45,000


40,000


35,000


30,000


25,000


S- -
S\


Nonwhite


1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972
Source: Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Division of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics




Total Resident Birth Rate, Per 1,000 Population, by Color, 1960-1972


1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972
Source: Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Division of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics


White






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Resident Birth Rate, Per 1,000 Population, by Color, 1960-1972


Nonwhite


White












1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972
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1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972


Source: Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Division of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics



Resident Deaths, 1960-1972





85,000


80,000


75,000


70,000


65,000


60,000


55,000


50,000


45,000

1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972
Source: Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Division of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics


12.0





Median Age of Population by Sex, 1950-1970


.7-01


Female _.00

State

Male
-- ~ 31 -1 --- ---


1970


Source: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census










Population Distribution by Color, 1950-1970


Nonwhite -,,- 1m9

1950 1960 1970


Source: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census


90.00


80.00


70.00


60.00


50.00


40.00


30.00


20.00


White---




Population Distribution by Urban and Rural, 1950-1970


100.00


90.00


80.00


70.00


60.00


50.00


40.00


30.00


20.00


10.00 Rural Nonfarm


.00

1950 1960 1970

Source: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census










First Grade Enrollment 1966-67 through 1972-73 vs. Births Six Years Prior


1st. Grade


Births
-----

*5%


1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73

Source: Department of Education, Division of Elementary and Secondary Education, Bureau of Research
and Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Division of Health, Bureau of Vital
Statistics


Urban













Rural Farm

-----S - - - -


140,000


135,000


130,000


125,000


120,000


115,000


110,000


105,000


100,000




Total School Enrollment and Enrollment by Grade Groups, 1960-1972


1,700,000


1,600,000


1,500,000


1,400,000


1,300,000


1,200,000


1,100,000


1,000,000


900,000


800,000


700,000


600,000


500,000


400,000


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1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73
Source: Department of Education, Division of Elementary and Secondary Education, Bureau of Research





Total High School Graduates, 1960-1972


80,000


75,000


70,000


65,000


60,000


55,000


50,000


45,000


40,000


35,000


30,000

1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972


Source: Department of Education, Division of Elementary and Secondary Education, Bureau of Research






Percent of Total Population 25 Years and Over, by Sex,
With No Years of School Completed, 1950-1970


Female


1960


Source: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census










Percent of Total Population 25 Years and Over, by Sex,
With Less Than Five Years of School Completed, 1950-1970


Female


1950


1960


Source: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census


1970




Agricultural vs.


100.00


90.00


80.00


70.00


60.00


50.00


40.00


Nonagricultural as a Percent of Total Employed, 1960-1972


Nonagricultural ,...
4-.--
-- -


30.00


20.00

Agricultural
10.00


.00

1950 1955 '1960 1965 1970 1971 1972

Source: Department of Commerce, Division of Administration, Bureau
Bureau of Research and Statistics






Annual Average Unemployment Rate, in Percent, 1960-1972


1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972


Source: Department of Commerce, Division of Administration, Bureau of Research and Statistics





Personal Income Per Capita, 1950-1970

4,000


3,500


3,000


2,500


2,000


1,500


1,000

1950 1960
Source: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census


Median Family Income, 1950-1970


10,000


9,000


8,000


7,000


6,000


5,000


4,000


3,000


2,000

1950 1960
Source: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census


Total Referrals to the Juvenile Courts, 1965-1971


100,000


95,000


90,000


85,000


80,000


75,000


70,000


65,000


60,000


1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971
Source: Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Division of
Youth Services, Bureau of Research and Statistics






POPULATION


1.1 Total Population by District 1960 and 1970

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 Percent Change 1960-1970

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


1.3 Average Yearly Change 1960-1970

SOURCE: Bureau of Research, Division of Elementary and Secondary Education,
Department of Education


1.4 Components of Change 1960-1970

SOURCE: Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida
Division of Population Studies, Bulletin No. 25 July 1973

Components of change are the occurrences which have an effect on the
population of the district. The natural increase in population is computed
as the number of resident births minus the number of resident deaths over
a specified period of time. Net migration is the number of persons who
moved to the district during a specified time. In this instance, net
migration is the difference between the total increase from 1960 to 1970
and the natural increase. The percent for natural increase added to the
percent for net migration will equal the percent change from 1960 to 1970.


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POPULATION


1.2 1.3



Average
Percent Yearly
Change Change


1.4




Components of Change 1960-1970


1970 1960-70 1960-70


Births Deaths Natural Increase


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Cirtus
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
Uaas4hinn


74,074
7,363
67,131
12,446
111,435
333,946
7,422
12,594
9,268
19,535
15,753
20,077
935,047
11,683
4,479
455,411
173,829
4,566
6,576
41,989
2,868
2,950
9,937
7,705
12,370
8,119
11,205
21,338
397,788
10,844
25,309
36,208
9,543
2,889
57,383
54,539
74,225
10,364
3,138
14,154
69,168
51,616
16,932
47,921
17,189
61,175
6,424
263,540
19,029
228,106
36,785
374,665
195,139
32,212
30,034
39,294
29,547
76,895
54,947
11,869
14,961
13,168
6,043
125,319
5,257
15,576
11.249


20,512 6,570
1,801 704
16,656 4,979
2,613 1,382
41.045 9.677
75,532 46,568
1,462 816
2,058 3,341
1,827 1,787
5,325 1,789
5,200 2,460
5,179 2,406
184,016 106,403


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1.1

Total
Population
by
District


District


Net Migration


104,764
9,242
75,283
14,625
230,000
620,059
7,624
27,559
19,196
32,059
38,040
25,250
1,267,792
13,060
5,480
528,865
205,334
4,454
7,065
39,184
3,551
3,669
10,096
7,787
14,889
11,859
17,004
29,507
490,260
10,720
35,992
34,434
8,778
2,892
69,305
105,216
103,043
12,756
3,379
13,481
97,115
69,030
28,035
52,586
20,626
88,187
11,233
344,311
25,267
348,753
75,955
522,325
227,222
36,290
30,727
50,836
37,741
120,413
83,692
14,839
15,559
13,641
8,112
169,487
6,308
16,087
11.453


41.4%
25.5
12.1
17.5
106.4
85.7
2.7
118.8
107.1
64.1
141.5
25.8
35.6
11.8
22.3
16.1
18.1
-2.5
7.4
-6.7
23.8
24.4
1.6
1.1
20.4
46.1
51.8
38.3
23.2
-1.1
42.2
-4.9
-8.0
.1
20.8
92.9
38.8
23.1
7.7
-4.8
40.4
33.7
65.6
9.7
20.0
44.2
74.9
30.6
32.8
52.9
106.5
39.4
16.4
12.7
2.3
29.4
27.7
56.6
52.3
25.0
4.0
3.6
34.2
35.2
20.0
3.3
1.8


TOTAL 4,951,560 6,789,383 37.1% 3.7% 1,093,790 595,743 498,047 10.06% 1,341,322 27.09%


4.1%
2.6
1.2
1.8
10.6
8.6
.3
11.9
10.7
6.4
14.2
2.6
3.6
1.2
2.2
1.6
1.8
-.3
.7
-.7
2.4
2.4
.2
.1
2.0
4.6
5.2
3.8
2.3
-.1
4.2
-.5
-.8
.0
2.1
9.3
3.9
2.3
.8
-.5
4.0
3.4
6.6
1.0
2.0
4.4
7.5
3.1
3.3
5.3
10.7
3.9
1.6
1.3
.2
2.9
2.8
5.7
5.2
2.5
.4
.4
3.4
3.5
2.0
.3
.2


13,942 18.82%
1,097 14.90
11,677 17.39
1,231 9.89
31,368 28.15
28,964 8.67
647 8.72
-1,283 -10.19
40 .43
3.536 18.10
2,740 17.39
2,773 13.81
77,613 8.30
972 8.32
810 18.08
70,443 15.47
32,755 18.84
411 9.00
648 9.85
6,451 15.36
267 9.31
324 10.98
1,403 14.12
1,043 13.54
1,410 11.40
1,824 22.47
822 7.34
1,715 8.04
45,313 11.39
337 3.11
2,677 10.58
2,875 7.94
1,054 11.04
125 4.33
2.522 4.40
4,829 8.85
11,843 15.96
889 8.58
328 10.45
1,513 10.69
-593 -.86
5,559 10.77
1,245 7.35
8,678 18.11
2,381 13.85
16,202 26.48
1,451 22.59
37,058 14.06
3 .02
19,790 8.68
-1,264 -3.44
-17,507 -4.67
21,835 11.19
3,743 11.62
1,903 6.34
4,537 11.55
6,992 23.66
-997 -1.30
9,004 16.39
1,031 8.69
1,469 9.82
1,668 12.67
429 7.10
1,465 1.17
491 9.34
704 4.52
822 7.31


2,342
1,277
112,893
46,322
995
1,526
10,021
590
599
2,170
1,878
2.819
2,761
2,569
4,891
88,845
1,613
6,111
6,293
2,158
456
10,890
13,192
17,609
2,250
645
3,020
11,195
12,182
3,981
12,635
3.952
19,645
2,294
62,507
3,471
50,705
6,397
54,724
42,760
7,300
5,721
9,536
9,265
12,329
14,552
2,580
3,179
2,977
939
23,417
1,055
2,385
2,143


1,370
467
42,450
13,567
584
878
3,570
323
275
767
835
1,409
937
1,747
3,176
43,532
1.276
3,434
3,418
1,104
331
8,368
8,363
5,766
1,361
317
1,507
11,788
6,623
2,736
3,957
1.571
3,443
843
25,449
3,468
30.915
7,661
72,231
20,925
3,557
3,818
4,999
2,273
13,326
5,548
1,549
1,710
1,309
510
21,954
564
1,681
1.321


11 5


Washinton


16,748 22.61%
782 10.62
-3,525 -5.25
948 7.62
87,203 78.25
257,190 77.02
-445 -6.00
16,248 129.01
9,888 106.69
8.988 46.01
19,547 124.08
2,400 11.95
255,132 27.29
405 3.47
191 4.26
3,011 .66
-1,250 -.72
-523 -11.45
-159 -2.42
-9,256 -22.04
416 14.50
395 13.39
-1,244 -12.52
-961 -12.47
1,109 8.97
1,916 23.60
4,977 44.42
6,454 30.25
47,164 11.86
-461 -4.25
8,006 31.63
-4,649 -12.84
-1,819 -19.06
-122 -4.22
9,400 16.38
45,848 84.06
16,979 22.88
1,503 14.50
-87 -2.77
-2,186 -15.44
28,540 41.26
11,855 22.97
9,858 58.22
-4,013 -8.37
1,056 6.14
10,810 17.67
3,358 52.27
43,713 16.59
6,235 32.77
101,097 44.32
40,434 109.92
165,171 44.08
11,052 5.66
469 1.46
-902 -3.00
7,005 17.83
1,202 4.07
44,515 57.89
19,741 35.93
1,939 16.34
-871 -5.82
-1,195 -9.08
1,640 27.14
42,703 34.08
560 10.65
-193 -1.24
-618 -5.49






POPULATION


1.5 Projected Population by District, July 1, 1972


SOURCE: Bureau of Economic and Business
Division of Population Studies,


Research, University of Florida
Bulletin No. 25 July 1973


1.6 Components of Change 1970-1972

SOURCE: Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida
Division of Population Studies, Bulletin No. 25 July 1973

See 1.4 for explanation.


1.7 Average Yearly Percent Change 1970-1972

SOURCE: Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida
Division of Population Studies, Bulletin No. 25 July 1973


1.8 Projected Population by District 1980

SOURCE: Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida
Division of Population Studies, Bulletin No. 23 August 1972


1.9 Projected Population Change 1970-1980

SOURCE: Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida
Division of Population Studies, Bulletin No. 23 August 1972


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1.7 1.8 1.9


Projected
Population
by District
District July 1, 1972


Average Projected
Components of Change 1970-1972 Yearly Population Projected
Percent by Population
Change District Change
Births Deaths Natural Increase Net Migration 1970-1972 1980 1970-80


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade
De Soto
Dixie
Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchirst
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
T, hit


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POPULATION


I


TOTAL 7,441,545 257,266 173,168 84,098 .55% 566,518 3.71% 4.26% 8,719,400 27.6%


115,824
9,778
80,697
15,025
240.481
722,659
7,712
34,063
25,476
35,843
44,468
26,722
1,342,475
14,173
5.608
544,993
214,017
4,938
7,269
38.100
3,684
3,850
10,129
7,800
16.100
13,538
21,468
36,245
531,458
11,600
39,108
36,573
8,801
2,924
73.462
123,761
114,872
13,570
3,495
13.924
106,245
76,551
32,375
55,090
21,754
91,677
13,106
385,048
31,399
390,364
96,883
591,093
249,035
37,811
34,034
54,488
39,472
134,293
109,689
17,034
15,894
13,899
8,331
184,086
6,541
16,446
12 224


4,570
429
3,594
579
8.016
21,306
305
578
595
1.503
1,726
1,197
43,550
522
221
23,975
9,843
210
272
1.966
123
127
458
336
695
632
675
1,119
20,812
308
1,340
1,283
435
109
2,469
3,825
4,437
496
130
570
2,820
2,931
1,060
2,534
864
4,607
612
14,406
1,027
12.797
2,120
13,865
9,948
1,470
1.201
2,315
1,950
3,130
3,782
579
712
588
194
5,272
251
454
441


1,688 2,882 1.22% 8,178 3.47%
183 246 1.18 290 1.40
1,320 2,274 1.34 3,140 1.85
370 209 .64 191 .58
2.996 5.020 .97 5.455 1.05
16,430 4,876 .35 97,683 7.00
176 129 .75 -41 -.24
1,139 -561 -.91 7,065 11.40
738 -143 -.33 6,423 14.87
593 910 1.26 2.874 3.98
993 733 .86 5,695 6.65
568 629 1.11 843 1.48
30,547 13,003 .46 61,680 2.16
391 131 .44 982 3.34
121 100 .81 28 .23
10,440 13,535 1.14 2,593 .22
3,456 6,387 1.38 2,296 .50
165 45 .45 439 4.38
182 90 .56 114 .72
759 1,207 1.37 -2,291 -2.60
82 41 .51 92 1.15
75 52 .63 129 1.56
220 238 1.05 -205 -.90
218 118 .68 -105 -.60
330 365 1.09 846 2.52
253 379 1.42 1,300 4.87
638 37 .10 4,427 11.57
973 146 .22 6,592 9.93
11,142 9,670 .88 31,523 2.86
299 9 .04 871 3.61
1,006 334 .41 2,782 3.44
815 468 .60 1,671 2.16
238 197 1.00 -174 -.88
89 20 .31 12 .18
2.445 24 .01 4,133 2.65
3,058 767 .32 17,778 7.51
1,496 2,941 1.27 8,884 3.83
326 170 .59 644 2.24
78 52 .68 64 .84
368 202 .67 241 .80
3,595 -775 -.36 9,905 4.53
1,816 1,115 .72 6,406 4.12
962 98 .16 4,242 6.72
1,016 1,518 1.28 986 .84
387 477 1.03 651 1.40
1,023 3,584 1.80 -94 -.05
303 309 1.22 1,564 6.19
6,967 7,439 .96 33,298 4.30
941 86 .15 6,046 10.64
9,650 3,147 .40 38,224 4.87
3,169 -1,049 -.61 21,977 12.86
21,575 -7,710 -.66 76,474 6.51
5,733 4,215 .82 16,794 3.27
915 555 .68 832 1.01
958 243 .35 2,756 3.95
1,440 875 .76 2,777 2.43
589 1,361 1.60 370 .44
4,648 -1,518 -.56 15,398 5.68
1,684 2,098 1.12 23,899 12.69
437 142 .43 2,053 6.15
430 282 .80 53 .15
291 297 .97 -39 -.13
123 71 .39 148 .81
6,244 -972 -.25 15,571 4.08
161 90 .64 143 1.01
399 55 .15 304 .84
308 133 .52 638 2.48


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4.69%
2.58
3.20
1.22
2.02
7.35
.51
10.49
14.54
5.25
7.51
2.59
2.62
3.79
1.04
1.36
1.88
4.83
1.28
-1.23
1.66
2.19
.15
.07
3.61
6.29
11.67
10.15
3.73
3.65
3.85
2.76
.12
.49
2.67
7.83
5.10
2.84
1.53
1.46
4.18
4.84
6.88
2.12
2.43
1.76
7.41
5.26
10.79
5.27
12.25
5.85
4.09
1.69
4.29
3.19
2.04
5.12
13.81
6.57
.96
.84
1.20
3.83
1.64
.99
2.99


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135,000 28.0%
10,700 15.1
83,500 10.6
15,600 6.8
250,000 8.5
900,000 43.6
7,800 2.6
42,000 50.5
30,000 54.6
44,700 38.0
60,200 56.0
32,500 28.0
1,600,000 25.4
15,000 14.5
6,300 14.5
611,000 15.1
240,000 16.4
5,700 26.7
7,600 7.0
37,000 -5.4
4,300 19.4
4,300 16.2
10,500 4.0
8,000 2.6
17,300 16.1
15,300 28.6
25,500 48.3
38,000 27.9
574,000 16.6
11,000 2.8
46,200 27.6
35,000 1.7
8,200 -6.8
2,900 .0
82,300 18.2
174,500 63.2
130,000 25.4
15,700 22.7
3,600 5.9
13,000 -3.7
125,000 27.8
86,400 24.5
40,700 43.8
54,500 3.6
24,500 18.4
113,400 27.7
13,700 21.2
553,700 58.5
42,000 63.5
470,000 33.6
115,000 49.5
635,500 21.0
285,100 24.6
40,500 11.3
38,600 24.9
61,800 20.9
48,500 27.6
165,000 35.8
134,600 58.5
18,500 24.2
16,500 5.8
14,.100 3.7
8,700 7.4
218,000 27.7
7,600 20.6
16,800 4.3
16,500 43.5


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POPULATION


1.10 Average Yearly Change 1970-1980

SOURCE: Bureau of Research, Division of Elementary and Secondary Education,
Department of Education


1.11 Population Density Per Square Mile and Kilometer 1970 and 1980

SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, PC(1)-All and
Bureau of Research, Division of Elementary and Secondary Education,
Department of Education


1.12 Percent of Population by Residence 1970

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

Urban percent of population (within specified geo-political boundaries)
residing in: (a) places of 2,500 inhabitants or more incorporated as cities,
villages, boroughs, 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 unincorporated territory in
urbanized areas.

Rural Non-farm those persons not classified as rural farm or urban.

Rural Farm 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.


1.13 Percent Native Born Population 1970

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.


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POPULATION


1.11

Population Density Per Square
Mile and Kilometer


Mile Kilometer Mile
1970 1970 1980


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
Washington


'---


1.13


Percent of Population
by Residence 1970 Percent
Native
Born
Kilometer Rural Rural Population
1980 Urban Non-farm Farm 1970


2.8%
1.5
1.1
.7
.9
4.4
.3
5.1
5.5
3.8
5.6
2.8
2.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.6
2.7
.7
-.5
1.9
1.6
.4
.3
1.6
2.9
4.8
2.8
1.7
.3
2.8
.2
-.7
.0
1.8
6.3
2.5
2.3
.6
-.4
2.8
2.5
4.4
.4
1.8
2.8
2.1
5.9
6.4
3.4
5.0
2.1
2.5
1.1
2.5
2.1
2.8
3.6
5.9
2.4
.6
.4
.7
2.8
2.1
.4
4.4


--


TOTAL 2.8% 124.41 48.41 161.04 62.17 80.5% 17.3% 2.2% 37.6%


District


Average
Yearly
Change
1970-80


--


114.41
15.81
100.73
49.81
227.48
508.82
13.59
39.21
34.30
54.06
18.96
32.20
620.92
20.16
7.91
690.60
308.82
9.14
13.17
76.50
10.25
4.87
17.88
15.14
23.66
9.99
35.26
28.29
472.36
22.25
71.06
36.82
14.50
5.27
72.16
134.03
153.64
11.78
4.03
19.18
131.38
43.16
50.42
50.85
31.73
93.39
14.45
378.53
19.29
172.39
102.42
1,972.54
122.12
46.60
50.81
87.12
36.58
205.03
274.49
26.73
22.69
12.98
33.66
159.61
10.50
15.28
19.65


44.16
6.10
38.88
19.23
87.81
196.40
5.25
15.14
13.24
20.87
7.32
12.43
239.68
7.78
3.05
266.57
119.20
3.53
5.08
29.53
3.96
1.88
6.90
5.84
9.13
3.86
13.61
10.92
182.33
8.59
27.43
14.21
5.60
2.03
27.85
51.74
59.31
4.55
1.56
7.40
50.71
16.66
19.46
19.63
12.25
36.05
5.58
146.11
7.45
66.54
39.53
761.40
47.14
17.99
19.61
33.63
14.12
79.14
105.95
10.32
8.76
5.01
12.99
61.61
4.05
5.90
7.58


147.43
18.30
111.72
53.13
247.26
738.49
13.91
59.75
53.60
75.38
30.01
41.45
783.62
23.16
9.10
797.86
360.96
11.70
14.17
72.34
12.42
5.71
18.59
15.56
27.49
12.89
52.88
36.44
553.04
22.83
91.21
37.43
13.55
5.29
85.68
222.29
193.83
14.50
4.29
18.49
169.10
54.02
73.20
52.70
37.69
120.09
17.63
608.73
32.06
232.33
155.07
2,399.92
153.22
52.00
63.83
105.91
47.06
280.95
441.46
33.33
24.06
13.42
36.10
205.29
12.65
15.96
28.34


56.91
7.07
43.12
20.51
95.44
285.05
5.37
23.06
20.69
29.10
11.58
16.00
302.48
8.94
3.51
307.98
139.33
4.52
5.47
27.88
4.79
2.20
7.18
6.01
10.61
4.98
20.41
14.06
213.47
8.81
35.21
14.45
5.23
2.04
33.07
85.80
74.82
5.60
1.66
7.14
65.27
20.85
28.26
20.34
14.55
46.35
6.80
234.97
12.37
89.68
59.86
926.38
59.14
20.07
24.64
40.88
18.14
108.45
170.40
12.86
9.29
5.18
13.93
79.24
4.88
6.16
10.94


68.9% 27.6%
29.6 54.5
76.4 22.0
33.6 57.7
85.0 14.5
99.0 .9
.0 76.4
59.6 38.9
.0 92.8
50.6 44.5
66.1 30.9
56.3 32.2
98.3 1.5
43.3 49.2
.0 89.2
97.9 1.9
83.9 14.5
.0 92.1
44.1 52.8
42.0 49.5
.0 64.6
.0 82.3
43.6 50.4
.0 78.2
20.0 64.3
32.9 58.6
23.9 65.1
47.2 46.0
81.2 16.2
.0 82.9
69.6 29.5
27.3 60.1
.0 82.7
.0 61.9
43.4 51.6
70.2 28.4
75.5 22.1
.0 80.4
.0 91.4
28.5 44.8
71.3 26.5
40.4 48.8
16.8 78.8
71.4 26.9
33.7 57.8
62.1 36.2
33.1 43.9
83.3 15.1
47.4 49.7
91.0 7.6
33.7 56.9
96.1 3.6
60.9 35.9
25.7 68.0
40.2 53.9
64.9 30.4
34.5 58.6
74.9 23.6
61.9 34.4
.0 91.7
43.9 34.1
56.4 34.8
.0 88.5
70.4 27.7
.0 92.4
30.8 59.4
27.3 59.3


3.5%
15.9
1.6
8.7
.5
.1
23.6
1.5
7.2
4.9
3.0
11.5
.2
7.5
10.8
.2
1.6
7.9
3.1
8.5
35.4
17.7
6.0
21.8
15.7
8.5
11.0
6.8
2.6
17.1
.9
12.6
17.3
38.1
5.0
1.4
2.4
19.6
8.6
26.7
2.2
10.8
4.4
1.7
8.5
1.7
23.0
1.6
2.9
1.4
9.4
.3
3.2
6.3
5.9
4.7
6.9
1.5
3.7
8.3
22.0
8.8.
11.5
1.9
7.6
9.8
13.4


~


~


55.1%
76.7
46.5
69.7
26.5
23.7
75.9
18.1
36.0
41.9
28.3
69.4
35.0
56.0
70.1
47.7
46.4
49.8
67.1
69.8
78.7
64.3
69.3
76.1
52.4
54.1
37.5
39.3
46.6
62.1
35.8
71.4
77.7
79.0
39.2
29.3
56.2
67.1
85.0
78.4
29.1
52.8
27.8
33.2
59.0
27.6
48.8
33.6
31.2
30.5
23.7
22.3
46.2
58.5
54.2
42.4
48.3
21.4
35.9
56.6
77.0
70.6
61.4
31.2
70.4
64.2
77.7


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POPULATION


1.14 1970 Percent of Population by Age Group

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


1.15 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.


1.16 1970 Percent of 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. 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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POPULATION


1.14

1970 Percent of Population


65 1970
Years Median
and Over Age


District

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
Washington


1970 Percent of Population by Race


White Negro Indian Other


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Under 5
Years
of Age

8.4%
9.3
8.8
7.9
8.8
6.7
9.1
4.0
5.3
9.7
7.6
8.9
6.8
7.3
10.2
8.6
8.9
8.0
8.3
9.1
8.0
9.4
9.2
9.5
10.2
10.4
7.0
7.4
8.3
7.6
7.8
7.4
8.7
8.9
6.7
6.9
8.3
8.1
8.9
8.5
5.5
8.2
6.9
8.3
9.4
9.3
9.6
7.9
7.1
7.3
5.1
5.2
8.3
8.6
7.2
8.7
8.9
4.8
9.0
7.8
8.6
8.6
5.7
6.1
9.6
7.2
8.2


Under 18
Years
of Age


18-64
Years
of Age


31.4%
37.5
37.0
34.5
38.7
28.1
37.0
18.4
24.7
39.9
30.7
37.7
29.2
30.8
38.2
35.1
36.1
34.0
34.7
37.8
35.6
38.7
38.5
38.7
37.8
39.5
29.7
30.8
33.5
32.1
32.8
35.4
39.6
34.6
29.4
28.6
31.6
35.4
36.6
35.7
23.5
34.3
28.3
29.9
40.2
39.2
42.8
34.8
29.3
29.7
21.1
23.0
34.1
36.8
34.1
34.2
36.7
22.1
J1.4

37.5
25.5
26.9
37.4
33.5
i5.7


TOTAL 7.4% 31.1% 54.4% 14.6% 32.3 84.2% 15.3% .1% .3%

* Less than 0.1%


62.3%
53.9
55.8
56.6
55.7
53.9
52.0
46.5
49.2
51.8
55.3
53.2
57.1
53.6
52.8
57.4
57.5
50.6
49.9
50.3
53.3
52.2
53.3
49.3
52.2
53.3
49.9
48.5
56.1
53.5
49.8
53.5
48.3
51.9
49.2
52.6
62.9
51.4
52.4
52.5
46.3
52.7
50.3
61.6
52.6
57.4
49.1
55.6
48.6
53.0
47.3
47.5
53.3
51.1
51.7
51.2
57.3
49.3
53.2
54.0
52.1
52.6
67.4
50.8
51.9
53.4
51.2


1


6.3%
8.6
7.3
8.9
5.6
17.9
11.0
35.1
26.0
8.3
14.0
9.1
13.6
15.6
9.0
7.5
6.4
15.4
15.4
11.9
11.2
9.1
8.1
12.0
10.0
7.2
20.3
20.7
10.4
14.4
17.4
11.1
12.0
13.5
21.3
18.8
5.5
13.2
10.9
11.8
30.2
13.1
21.3
8.5
7.2
3.4
8.1
9.7
22.0
7.3

29.5
12.6
12.1
14.2
14.6
6.0
28.6
9.4
13.1
12.1
9.9
1.0
22.3
10.6
13.1
13.1


23.4
26.5
26.1
27.6
26.2
37.7
28.4
58.3
49.0
25.2
35.2
26.2
34.2
34.5
25.8
26.0
24.3
33.4
30.9
28.0
29.8
27.1
26.7
26.0
26.6
25.5
38.2
37.9
28.5
33.0
34.5
27.6
25.3
30.4
39.0
39.3
23.5
31.1
28.2
26.5
48.7
30.7
39.6
27.3
25.4
23.1
23.5
28.0
38.2
35.5
53.4
48.1
29.8
28.3
31.8
31.4
23.9
49.6
27.8
30.0
29.2
27.2
28.6
40.5
27.2
32.6
30.2


30.2


357 5.


'"


78.9%
79.8
86.6
76.5
90.6
87.2
85.1
97.0
90.3
90.6
91.2
74.9
84.5
79.6
82.6
77.1
79.4
68.7
81.1
40.6
91.8
68.8
76.8
60.3
89.5
75.1
85.6
79.0
86.1
96.7
81.7
71.0
44.1
88.6
82.3
88.2
74.3
74.8
85.6
56.1
87.9
73.7
84.6
90.7
78.6
92.1
84.5
85.6
91.2
82.1
94.7
91.5
82.5
73.0


94.0
91.0
8J.0
76.5

77.4
71.4
85.6
7. 7
.7


20.6%
20.0
12.8
23.3
9.0
12.5
14.8
2.7
9.5
9.0
8.4
25.0
15.0
20.0
16.9
22.3
19.7
30.6
18.7
59.3
8.1
24.3
23.1
39.6
8.5
22.0
14.1
20.2
13.6
3.2
18.1
28.9
55.8
11.4
17.4
11.5
25.3
25.1
14.3
43.8
11.8
26.2
15.0
8.0
21.2
7.2
14.9
14.1
8.6
17.5
5.0
8.2
17.2
26.8
22.5
30.9
5.2
6.7
16.8
22.9
23.5
22.5
28.4
14.1
24.1
11.0
20.2


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POPULATION MOBILITY


2.1 Total 1970 Population, 5 Years of Age and Over

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


2.2 Percent of Persons in 1965:

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

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

Moving To Different House, Same District, 1965-1970 "different house, same
district" includes persons who, on April 1, 1965 lived in a different house
in the same district from the one they occupied on April 1, 1970.

Who Lived In Different District, Same State, 1965-1970 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 district in the same state from the one
in which they lived on April 1, 1970.

Who Lived In A Different District, Different State, 1965-1970 this group
of persons, classified as migrants, includes those who, on April 1, 1965,
lived in a different district in a different state from the one in which
they lived on April 1, 1970.

Persons Abroad, 1965-1970 "abroad" includes those with residence in a
foreign country or an outlying area of the United States in 1965.

Moved, 1965 Residence Not Reported includes those persons 5 years of
age and over who had indicated that they had moved during the five year
period yet from whom complete and consistent information regarding residence
was not collected.


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POPULATION MOBILITY


2.2

Percent of Persons in 1965:


Moving
Different House Lived Different District:


Same District Same State
1970 1970


Different State
1970


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


Persons
Abroad
1970


Moved, 1965
Residence
Not
Reported


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District


Total
1970
Population
5 Years
and Over


Living
Same
House
1970


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as gto .
TOTAL 6,290,418 44.1% 21.8% 6.7% 18.4% 2.9% 6.1%


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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


38.1%
54.0
42.9
52.2
38.3
38.9
57.6
40.0
40.8
35.9
27.6
49.4
41.8
52.1
51.1
48.4
47.0
59.7
54.6
61.7
53.2
33.1
56.5
58.0
48.0
43.2
45.7
46.0
47.1
59.2
47.9
57.7
69.7
59.7
52.5
38.7
40.4
48.6
69.2
62.9
50.8
50.6
41.7
31.9
53.8
28.7
36.4
42.3
45.2
43.5
34.0
44.8
51.1
54.0
55.4
48.0
41.3
45.7
40.8
55.8
58.9
60.7
41.2
47.3
55.5
58.6
6fil-


20.8%
20.2
21.5
20.4
21.1
19.8
22.4
13.1
10.9
14.7
21.4
24.1
25.4
22.1
25.5
25.0
23.3
15.4
30.4
21.9
19.7
30.6
23.5
26.3
22.4
24.2
17.4
17.7
24.3
19.0
20.7
21.0
15.5
19.5
17.7
19.5
19.7
21.2
14.6
19.3
16.2
20.9
15.4
16.2
21.8
15.8
19.0
22.4
18.1
22.0
12.3
19.5
24.6
23.0
17.4
22.3
18.1
16.0
15.7
15.5
23.0
21.6
13.9
19.6
20.6
19.2
21.6


17.9%
9.6
6.8
15.1
8.4
7.3
11.7
7.4
15.6
16.6
11.0
12.9
2.6
8.3
7.3
4.5
4.2
10.8
4.6
3.2
18.9
21.5
10.6
5.9
11.2
14.6
9.4
13.6
6.3
10.9
10.1
11.9
6.4
12.3
8.6
6.8
19.4
14.9
11.5
11.1
5.9
10.1
9.5
9.3
11.9
6.7
22.1
8.2
10.9
6.6
13.1
4.3
6.3
9.4
8.9
6.7
11.4
5.7
14.8
14.5
10.3
8.2
21.3
7.6
12.4
8.6
9.n


13.3%
3.1
19.7
7.5
24.7
25.7
5.2
33.8
27.5
24.4
28.6
8.1
14.4
9.7
11.3
14.3
18.2
10.0
7.9
3.0
5.7
7.0
3.7
6.6
12.0
8.2
19.9
15.1
14.8
7.2
17.0
6.2
4.7
5.1
15.6
28.2
14.1
10.6
.8
3.2
20.5
13.9
23.3
31.2
8.8
36.8
17.3
19.5
21.3
19.6
32.7
24.1
12.1
8.5
7.4
14.3
23.1
25.2
9.7
6.8
4.1
6.2
8.8
19.4
10.0
10.6
5.1


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7.7%
12.6
6.2
3.9
5.4
6.7
2.9
4.7
4.4
5.7
9.2
4.4
7.0
7.5
3.9
6.6
5.5
3.9
2.1
9.8
2.5
7.3
5.3
2.4
6.0
8.7
7.0
7.0
5.3
2.9
3.4
3.0
3.5
1.3
5.2
5.6
4.9
4.3
3.8
3.2
6.0
3.9
9.5
6.9
2.9
5.3
5.0
5.8
3.9
6.5
7.1
6.1
5.3
4.7
10.3
7.7
4.5
6.3
4.6
7.1
3.5
2.1
14.0
5.1
1.3
2.0
2.7


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EDUCATION


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

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


3.2 Percent 1970

SOURCE:


3.3 Percent 1970

SOURCE:

3.4 Percent 1970

SOURCE:


3.5 Percent 1970

SOURCE:


3.6 Percent 1970

SOURCE:


Elementary Children in Private School

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


Persons 14-17 Years of Age Enrolled in School

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

Population 18-34 Years of Age Enrolled In College

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


Population, by Sex, With No Years of School Completed

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


Population With Less Than 5 Years of School

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


3.7 Percent 1970 High School Graduates

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


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EDUCATION


3.1 3.2


Percent 1970
Population
18-34
Years of Age
Enrolled
in College


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
Washington


Percent
1970 No
School Years
Completed

Male Female


---


Percent
1970
With Less
Than 5 Years
of School


TOTAL 54.1% 8.0% 90.6% 12.8% 1.8% 1.4% 5.92% 52.6%


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


District


Percent
1970
Elementary
Children
in Private
School


62.6%
50.0
52.2
50.3
57.2
54.0
53.1
53.3
56.9
55.3
49.0
55.8
55.4
45.1
51.6
50.0
50.5
55.4
44.6
53.0
51.7
57.3
56.6
56.6
46.4
48.6
51.9
52.8
53.3
45.1
53.6
54.7
61.7
52.5
54.6
48.1
64.5
56.5
51.5
61.1
53.8
51.3
53.7
40.7
56.1
48.7
47.4
54.4
51.4
55.1
50.6
57.6
52.5
59.1
56.8
51.1
47.6
54.7
57.6
45.4
52.2
54.6
37.1
58.0
52.7
55.8
54.3


Percent
1970
Persons 14-17
Years of Age
Enrolled
in School


-


Percent
1970
High
School
Graduates


3.7%
.5
5.0
.9
7.6
10.9
.6
3.2
.8
2.1
4.8
3.3
11.5
.0
1.0
6.6
13.8
.0
.0
.3
.0
.0
.0
.4
2.5
1.2
.2
1.6
10.1
.0
7.7
5.7
.9
.0
1.3
4.2
8.9
.0
.0
1.6
5.1
4.9
6.5
11.5
1.5
1.7
1.2
6.6
.9
11.1
1.3
9.5
2.9
2.0
4.2
5.2
4.7
5.8
10.6
.5
.0
.2
.5
7.4
1.0
.2
.3


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86.0%
80.2
89.0
92.1
94.2
92.1
96.2
87.8
90.5
90.7
81.2
89.6
92.1
85.0
84.7
92.1
90.8
89.8
65.4
86.2
82.3
99.9
98.1
93.4
70.5
86.9
89.1
90.0
90.6
70.8
90.8
88.4
91.5
99.9
85.1
81.9
95.7
89.0
79.5
92.3
89.0
86.2
93.3
87.0
93.6
90.4
57.3
91.2
90.7
91.7
82.5
92.5
87.1
93.5
85.2
88.0
93.4
87.9
93.3
75.3
87.9
91.1
85.6
90.6
87.0
87.2
89.3


46.3%
3.0
8.4
5.9
12.9
9.6
7.3
2.7
8.4
6.8
3.4
10.4
14.3
2.2
3.8
7.7
10.7
3.5
3.3
5.0
6.1
.7
6.4
2.0
6.3
2.3
1.6
3.9
14.0
9.4
3.7
9.1
8.7
6.6
6.5
4.8
45.5
6.8
.7
23.3
8.3
7.7
12.5
4.1
4.7
7.3
4.7
11.4
2.8
11.7
12.5
14.0
9.0
9.5
8.0
5.0
7.4
10.7
10.2
4.4
4.9
6.3
6.9
19.4
3.1
9.5
4.


_


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~


8.09%
15.07
7.74
10.51
2.50
3.92
19.49
1.87
5.45
5.68
6.53
11.79
6.67
10.19
15.29
6.25
6.82
10.60
12.21
20.94
13.67
15.78
12.51
20.15
12.75
12.31
6.28
8.90
6.21
17.02
5.80
18.60
24.71
14.05
6.70
4.50
7.39
12.80
15.78
19.94
3.82
7.62
5.99
4.71
9.85
3.82
10.49
4.99
4.77
5.59
4.49
3.40
7.69
10.02
6.91
6.80
5.92
2.16
5.99
8.92
12.67
15.79
13.62
4.11
17.16
12.29
16.06


4 0


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59.8%
34.9
51.0
36.5
70.7
55.4
30.7
53.0
42.5
53.5
58.4
43.5
51.9
35.9
34.3
51.6
50.3
44.6
35.3
30.6
31.6
32.1
42.3
32.3
35.4
36.4
40.8
43.6
49.3
28.5
53.5
36.3
34.1
32.7
48.2
54.1
64.5
34.4
30.3
30.2
52.7
47.2
51.1
56.0
38.5
67.1
32.9
56.6
44.3
55.7
42.2
53.0
46.3
40.0
48.0
46.8
54.8
63.9
54.4
36.2
33.6
36.4
33.9
56.9
31.5
37.5
32.1


2.9 2.8
3.7 3.2
1.9 3.5
1.2 .7
5.0 3.3


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EDUCATION


3.8 Percent 1970 Population, by Sex, Who Have Completed High School

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


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

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


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

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


3.11 1970 Median School Years Completed

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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EDUCATION


3.8

Percent
1970
High School
Graduates

Male Female


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


3.9

1970
1 to 3 Years
College
Completed

Male Female


1970
4 Years or 1970
More College Median
Completed School
Years
Male Female Completed


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


District


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


11.7%
4.8
10.4
6.1
17.7
13.1
2.5
10.9
9.7
9.9
10.7
7.5
12.7
5.5
2.9
11.4
10.8
11.4
5.8
6.4
4.7
5.0
7.2
4.5
6.1
5.7
8.7
7.5
11.3
2.5
10.7
6.4
6.0
5.4
10.0
12.0
14.3
4.1
2.6
5.2
11.5
9.9
10.0
10.5
6.7
14.1
6.8
13.4
7.8
13.0
9.3
12.9
10.2
7.5
9.3
10.3
12.6
14.3
12.5
4.8
4.6
6.7
6.9
12.9
6.3
6.6
6..


12.7%
4.7
10.0
6.6
16.4
11.9
3.1
11.6
9.0
10.2
14.4
7.7
10.7
7.3
4.6
9.5
8.6
9.6
7.0
5.9
6.2
7.0
5.8
3.8
7.1
7.0
7.8
10.4
9.2
4.3
10.9
6.0
8.2
4.0
11.5
12.1
13.9
6.9
2.7
5.0
13.3
10.8
12.7
11.1
6.2
11.9
6.9
12.3
7.6
13.2
8.6
12.4
10.5
6.7
8.8
11.1
9.6
16.6
12.0
4.2
5.6
3.4
4.0
13.5
5.2
5.2
5.9


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
A-0


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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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4.9


4.9


Washington


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9.6
10.0
10.1
12.2
9.2
10.2
9.0


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VITAL STATISTICS


4.1 Resident Live Births and Birth Rates Per 1,000 Population, by Color, 1972

SOURCE: Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Division of Health

The Division of Health tabulates births according to both usual place of
residence and by place of occurrence. A system of inter-state exchange of
transcripts of birth records enables the Division to include in resident
tabulations the births occurring to Florida residents in other states.
This table gives the number of live births according to usual residence
and color.

In districts with large institutional population segments, rates per 1,000
were computed including the institutional population in the resident
population base.


4.2 Resident Deaths, by Color, 1972

SOURCE: Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Division of Health


4.3 Infant Deaths, by Color, 1972

SOURCE: Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Division of Health


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Resident
Live Births
by Color, 1972

Non-
White white


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
Washintnytn


VITAL STATISTICS




Birth Rates
Per
1,000 Population
by Color, 1972

Non-
White white


4.2

Resident
Deaths
by Color, 1972

Non-
White white


4.3

Infant
Deaths
by Color, 1972

Non-
White white


TOTAL 81,452 28,517 12.8 25.9 72,434 11,341 1,321 795


District


1,327
120
1,207
196
2,571
6,416
95
257
301
640
696
356
12,812
162
82
6,987
3,011
52
72
209
39
36
107
105
312
171
264
320
7,044
151
383
369
80
41
798
1,285
1,318
156
44
117
949
945
411
876
359
1,704
253
4,819
441
3.578
1,011
4,688
3,194
417
358
545
779
1,130
1,436
205
246
165
85
1,724
97
184
144


~


551
59
297
74
564
2,436
23
12
34
79
93
151
5,466
66
18
2,963
993
46
25
711
8
30
54
77
30
92
59
186
1,763
6
178
202
139
3
258
414
596
84
11
165
306
474
118
104
84
243
41
1,434
67
1,645
90
1,330
996
228
162
487
77
225
393
90
102
83
18
605
24
32
43


14.2
15.2
17.5
17.0
11.8
10.1
14.4
7.7
12.7
19.5
17.0
17.4
11.3
13.3
17.8
16.5
17.7
15.8
12.2
13.4
11.5
13.3
13.7
22.3
21.7
16.4
13.6
11.0
15.3
13.7
11.8
14.4
20.5
15.8
13.0
11.7
14.9
14.9
14.7
15.0
10.1
16.0
14.7
17.6
20.4
20.2
22.8
14.5
15.1
11.0
10.9
8.6
15.0
13.6
12.8
14.3
20.9
9.0
14.8
15.1
20.3
15.3
14.4
10.8
19.4
12.4
15.2


24.8
31.1
25.2
21.1
24.6
28.3
20.9
13.3
18.9
26.3
26.6
24.4
26.1
33.0
18.0
24.3
22.7
28.8
17.9
31.6
26.7
27.3
23.5
24.8
17.6
29.7
28.1
26.6
24.6
10.0
26.6
18.4
28.4
10.0
21.1
30.2
22.5
27.1
22.0
27.0
25.7
27.4
26.2
19.6
20.0
32.8
20.5
27.4
31.9
25.6
23.7
27.9
27.4
32.1
27.0
29.7
33.5
26.2
30.9
26.5
26.8
26.8
7.5
24.2
16.0
20.0
15.9


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514
72
524
134
1.389
7,541
78
567
377
232
457
212
12,920
138
43
3,502
1,208
45
69
120
39
40
68
48
163
80
311
412
4,352
118
430
289
44
42
1,052
1,383
449
135
43
92
1,638
707
455
407
159
431
140
2,874
408
4,242
1,579
9,654
2,252
294
330
459
274
2,187
672
186
148
109
34
2,686
62
194
121


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~


263
25
104
34
169
711
12
10
22
32
67
77
1,695
43
5
1,438
415
19
22
220
4
10
26
36
23
31
28
72
784
6
69
111
61
1
169
137
258
33
6
76
141
220
61
46
51
40
23
491
31
704
42
468
434
114
86
208
26
104
204
34
54
43
14
319
13
23
21


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VITAL STATISTICS


4.4 Total Resident Live Births, by Age of Mother, 1972

SOURCE: Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Division of
Health


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VITAL STATISTICS


4.4


Total Resident Live Births,
by Age of Mother 1972


18-24


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
Washington


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TOTAL 749 .68% 11,136 10.13% 53,678 48.81% 38,660 35.16% 5,747 5.23%


District


Less than 15


15-17


25-34


35-Plus


--


--


--


.85%
-
.73
.37
.64
.84
2.54
-
.60
.42
.89
.79
.56
.88
1.00
.82
.65
2.04
-
1.30
-
1.52
1.24
-
.29
1.14
.31
1.38
.62
-
2.67
.53
-
-
1.04
.82
.47
.83
1.82
.35
.64
.56
.76
.20
-
.26
1.36
.45
-
.86
.45
.58
.81
1.40
.58
1.65
.23
.59
.44
1.02
.29
1.21
.97
.82
-
.46
.53


~


175
19
153
35
287
819
16
22
43
64
112
67
1,427
25
23
1,036
406
8
14
129
9
12
22
21
50
35
34
73
876
15
75
59
32
2
124
207
157
22
8
40
165
168
39
61
48
119
36
671
47
631
135
577
569
94
73
157
74
132
167
34
35
30
13
248
17
25
18


9.32%
10.61
10.17
12.96
9.15
9.25
13.56
8.18
12.84
8.90
14.20
13.21
7.81
10.96
23.00
10.41
10.14
8.16
14.43
14.02
19.15
18.18
13.66
11.54
14.62
13.31
10.53
14.43
9.95
9.55
13.37
10.33
14.61
4.55
11.74
12.18
8.20
9.17
14.55
14.18
13.15
11.84
7.37
6.22
10.84
6.11
12.24
10.73
9.25
12.08
12.26
9.59
13.58
14.57
14.04
15.21
8.64
9.74
9.13
11.53
10.06
12.10
12.62
10.65
14.05
11.57
9.63


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875 46.59%
87 48.60
809 53.79
144 53.33
1,418 45.23
4,093 46.24
47 39.83
142 52.79
163 48.66
335 46.59
384 48.67
283 55.82
8,096 44.29
125 54.82
47 47.00
5,191 52.17
2,058 51.40
52 53.06
52 53.61
462 50.22
21 44.68
33 50.00
75 46.58
90 49.45
178 52.05
123 46.77
161 49.85
258 50.99
4,426 50.26
80 50.96
274 48.84
289 50.61
100 45.66
20 45.45
580 54.92
873 51.38
876 45.77
133 55.42
27 49.09
156 55.32
663 52.83
706 49.75
282 53.31
543 55.41
231 52.14
1,051 53.98
148 50.34
3,095 49.50
274 53.94
2,401 45.97
549 49.86
2,934 48.75
2,112 50.41
334 51.78
260 50.00
533 51.65
437 51.05
686 50.63
818 44.70
157 53.22
197 56.61
130 52.42
55 53.40
1,169 50.19
66 54.55
114 52.78
97 51.87


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738 39.30%
61 34.08
443 29.45
78 28.89
1,207 38.50
3,407 38.49
44 37.29
91 33.83
99 29.55
286 39.78
244 30.93
136 26.82
7,349 40.21
64 28.07
25 25.00
3,241 32.57
1,330 33.22
31 31.63
24 24.74
250 27.17
16 34.04
18 27.27
58 36.02
59 32.42
96 28.07
83 31.56
110 34.06
138 27.27
3,075 34.92
59 37.58
169 30.12
183 32.05
71 32.42
18 40.91
282 26.70
524 30.84
796 41.59
74 30.83
15 27.27
69 24.47
363 28.92
461 32.49
185 34.97
328 33.47
143 32.28
676 34.72
88 29.93
2,147 34.34
172 33.86
1,853 35.48
362 32.88
2,171 36.08
1,287 30.72
169 26.20
165 31.73
282 27.33
308 35.98
472 34.83
751 41.04
80 27.12
100 28.74
75 30.24
29 28.16
776 33.32
30 24.79
64 29.63
62 33.16


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9*63


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74 3.94%
12 6.70
88 5.85
12 4.44
203 6.48
459 5.19
8 6.78
14 5.20
28 8.36
31 4.31
42 5.32
17 3.35
1,303 7.13
12 5.26
4 4.00
400 4.02
184 4.60
5 5.10
7 7.22
67 7.28
1 2.13
2 3.03
4 2.48
12 6.59
17 4.97
19 7.22
17 5.26
30 5.93
375 4.26
3 1.91
28 4.99
37 6.48
16 7.31
4 9.10
59 5.59
81 4.77
76 3.97
9 3.75
4 7.27
16 5.67
56 4.46
76 5.36
19 3.59
46 4.69
21 4.47
96 4.73
18 6.12
312 4.99
15 2.95
293 5.61
50 4.54
301 5.00
188 4.49
39 6.05
19 3.65
43 4.17
35 4.09
57 4.21
86 4.70
21 7.12
15 4.31
10 4.03
5 4.85
117 5.02
8 6.61
12 5.56
9 4.81


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VITAL STATISTICS


4.5 White Resident Live Births, by Age of Mother, 1972

SOURCE: Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Division of
Health


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VITAL STATISTICS


4.5


White Resident Live Births,
by Age of Mother 1972


District


Less than 15


15-17


18-24


25-34


35-Plus


Alachua % 71 5.35% 607 45.74% 595 44.84% 54 4.07%
Baker 10 8.33 65 54.17 39 32.50 6 5.00
Bay 4 .33 99 8.20 654 54.18 385 31.90 65 5.39
Bradford 1 .51 26 13.27 98 50.00 61 31.12 10 5.10
Brevard 5 .19 188 7.31 1.159 45.08 1.051 40.88 168 6.53
Broward 15 .23 358 5.58 2,890 45.04 2,813 43.84 340 5.30
Calhoun 2 2.11 11 11.58 42 44.21 36 37.89 4 4.21
Charlotte 18 7.00 135 52.53 90 35.02 14 5.45
Citrus 2 .66 36 11.96 147 48.84 90 29.90 26 8.64
Clay 2 .31 50 7.81 295 46.09 267 41.72 26 4.06
Collier 5 .72 79 11.35 349 50.14 227 32.61 36 5.17
Columbia 1 .28 30 8.43 208 58.43 111 31.18 6 1.69
Dade 21 .16 565 4.41 5,359 41.83 5,875 45.86 992 7.74
De Soto 1 .62 13 8.02 90 55.56 47 29.01 11 6.79
Dixie 17 20.73 40 48.78 22 26.83 3 3.66
Duval 26 .37 525 7.51 3,672 52.55 2,517 36.02 247 3.54
Escambia 10 .33 224 7.44 1,582 52.54 1,067 35.44 128 4.25
Flagler 1 1.92 2 3.85 27 51.92 21 40.38 1 1.92
Franklin 8 11.11 39 54.17 21 29.17 4 5.56
Gadsden 1 .48 23 11.00 95 45.45 78 37.32 12 5.74
Gilchrist 7 17.95 17 43.59 14 35.90 1 2.56
Glades 3 8.33 17 47.22 14 38.89 2 5.56
Gulf 14 13.08 54 50.47 36 33.64 3 2.80
Hamilton 8 7.62 56 53.33 36 34.29 5 4.76
Hardee 42 13.46 165 52.88 91 29.17 14 4.49
Hendry 2 1.17 19 11.11 72 42.11 65 38.01 13 7.60
Hernando 1 .38 24 9.09 132 50.00 94 35.61 13 4.92
Highlands 3 .94 38 11.88 162 50.63 103 32.19 14 4.38
Hillsborough 21 .30 580 8.23 3,556 50.48 2,608 37.02 279 3.96
Holmes 13 8.61 76 50.33 59 39.07 3 1.99
Indian River 3 .78 35 9.14 186 48.56 136 35.51 23 6.01
Jackson 2 .54 35 9.49 185 50.14 127 34.42 20 5.42
Jefferson 6 7.50 32 40.00 37 46.25 5 6.25
Lafayette 1 2.44 19 46.34 17 41.46 4 9.76
Lake 4 .50 82 10.28 438 54.89 235 29.45 39 4.89
Lee 3 .23 120 9.34 686 53.39 413 32.14 63 4.90
Leon 1 .08 57 4.32 581 44.08 641 48.63 38 2.88
Levy 10 6.41 86 55.13 54 34.62 6 3.85
Liberty 5 11.36 24 54.55 12 27.27 3 6.82
Madison 1 .85 12 10.26 59 50.43 40 34.19 5 4.27
Manatee 1 .11 77 8.11 512 53.95 314 33.09 45 4.74
Marion 1 .11 69 7.30 479 50.69 354 37.46 42 4.44
Martin 23 5.60 220 53.53 156 37.96 12 2.92
Monroe 2 .23 47 5.37 493 56.28 296 33.79 38 4.34
Nassau 33 9.19 187 52.09 123 34.26 16 4.46
Okaloosa 2 .12 92 5.40 938 55.05 602 35.33 70 4.11
Okeechobee 30 11.86 132 52.17 75 29.64 16 6.32
Orange 11 .23 396 8.22 2,383 49.45 1,799 37.33 230 4.77
Osceola 32 7.26 240 54.42 156 35.37 13 2.95
Palm Beach 12 .34 269 7.52 1.642 45.89 1,475 41.22 180 5.03
Pasco 2 .20 109 10.78 507 50.15 347 34.32 46 4.55
Pinellas 8 .17 337 7.19 2,283 48.70 1,837 39.19 223 4.76
Polk 16 .50 368 11.52 1,590 49.78 1,071 33.53 149 4.66
Putnam 3 .72 51 12.23 219 52.52 121 29.02 23 5.52
St. Johns 1 .28 35 9.78 178 49.72 131 36.59 13 3.63
St. Lucie 2 .37 44 8.07 288 52.84 183 33.58 28 5.14
Santa Rosa 65 8.34 404 51.86 279 35.82 31 3.98
Sarasota 2 .18 88 7.79 561 49.65 431 38.14 48 4.25
Seminole 3 .21 94 6.55 627 43.66 654 45.54 58 4.04
Sumter 22 10.73 110 53.66 63 30.73 10 4.88
Suwannee 19 7.72 144 58.54 76 30.89 7 2.85
Taylor 1 .61 15 9.09 91 55.15 53 32.12 5 3.03
Union 12 14.12 43 50.59 26 30.59 4 4.71
Volusia 7 .41 137 7.95 857 49.71 632 36.66 91 5.28
Wakulla 13 13.40 51 52.58 28 28.87 5 5.15
Walton 1 .54 22 11.96 98 53.26 55 29.89 8 4.35
Washington 1 .69 13 9.03 72 50.00 52 36.11 6 4.17

TOTAL 214 .26% 5,976 7.34% 39,505 48.50% 31,634 38.84% 4,123 5.06%








VITAL STATISTICS


4.6 Nonwhite Resident Live Births, by Age of Mother, 1972

SOURCE: Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Division of
Health


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VITAL STATISTICS


4.6


Nonwhite Resident Live Births,
by Age of Mother 1972


18-24


104 18.87%
9 15.25
54 18.18
9 12.16
99 17.55
461 18.92
5 21.74
4 33.33
7 20.59
14 17.72
33 35.48
37 24.50
862 15.77
12 18.18
6 33.33
511 17.25
182 18.33
6 13.04
6 24.00
106 14.91
2 25.00
9 30.00
8 14.81
13 16.88
8 26.67
16 16.67
10 16.95
35 18.82
296 16.79
2 33.33


268 48.64%
22 37.29
155 52.19
46 62.16
259 45.92
1,203 49.38
5 21.74
7 58.33
16 47.06
40 50.63
35 37.63
75 49.67
2,737 50.07
35 53.03
7 38.89
1,519 51.27
476 47.94
25 54.35
13 52.00
367 51.62
4 50.00
16 53.33
21 38.89
34 44.16
13 43.33
51 53.13
29 49.15
96 51.61
870 49.35
4 66.67


143
22
58
17
156
594
8
1
9
19
17
25
1,474
17
3
724
263
10
3
172
2
4
22
23
5
18
16
35
467
-


25.95%
37.29
19.53
22.97
27.66
24.38
34.78
8.33
26.47
24.05
18.28
16.56
26.97
25.76
16.67
24.43
26.49
21.74
12.00
24.19
25.00
13.33
40.74
29.87
16.67
18.75
27.12
18.82
26.49
-


20 3.63%
6 10.17
23 7.74
2 2.70
35 6.21
119 4.89
4 17.39
-
2 5.88
5 6.33
6 6.45
11 7.28
311 5.69
1 1.52
1 5.56
153 5.16
56 5.64
4 8.70
3 12.00
55 7.74
--
-
1 1.85
7 9.09
3 10.00
6 6.25
4 6.78
16 8.60
96 5.45
--


an River 12 6.74 40 22.47 88 49.44 33 18.54 5 2.81
son 1 .50 24 11.88 104 51.49 56 27.72 17 8.42
person 26 18.71 68 48.92 34 24.46 11 7.91
yette 1 33.33 1 33.33 1 33.33 -
7 2.71 42 16.28 142 55.04 47 18.22 20 7.75
11 2.66 87 21.01 187 45.17 111 26.81 18 4.35
8 1.34 100 16.78 295 49.50 155 26.01 38 6.38
2 2.38 12 14.29 47 55.95 20 23.81 3 3.57
rty 1 9.09 3 27.27 3 27.27 3 27.27 1 9.09
son 28 16.97 97 58.79 29 17.58 11 6.67
tee 7 2.29 88 28.76 151 49.35 49 16.01 11 3.59
on 7 1.48 99 20.89 227 47.89 107 22.57 34 7.17
in 4 3.39 16 13.56 62 52.54 29 24.58 7 5.93
oe 14 13.46 50 48.08 32 30.77 8 7.69
au 15 17.86 44 52.38 20 23.81 5 5.95


27 11.11
6 14.63
275 19.18
15 22.39
362 22.01
26 28.89
240 18.05
201 20.18
43 18.86
38 23.46
113 23.20
9 11.69
44 19.56
73 18.58
12 13.33
16 15.69
15 18.07
1 5.56
111 18.35
4 16.67
3 9.38
5 11 63


113 46.50
16 39.02
712 49.65
34 50.75
759 46.14
42 46.67
651 48.95
522 52.41
115 50.44
82 50.62
245 50.31
33 42.86
125 55.56
191 48.60
47 52.22
53 51.96
39 46.99
12 66.67
312 51.57
15 62.50
16 50.00
2C c 0 .


74
13
348
16
378
15
334
216
48
34
99
29
41
96
17
24
22
3
144
2
9


30.45
31.71
24.27
23.88
22.98
16.67
25.11
21.69
21.05
20.99
20.33
37.66
18.22
24.43
18.89
23.53
26.51
16.67
23.80
8.33
28.13
26 9


26 10.70
2 4.88
82 5.72
2 2.99
113 6.87
4 4.44
78 5.86
39 3.92
16 7.02
6 3.70
15 3.08
4 5.19
9 4.00
28 7.12
11 12.22
8 7.84
5 6.02
1 5.56
26 4.30
3 12.50
4 12.50
S 6 Q9o


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District


Less than 15


15-17


25-34


35-Plus


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


16 2.90%
--
7 2.36
--
15 2.66
59 2.42
1 4.35
--
--
1 1.27
2 2.15
3 1.99
82 1.50
1 1.52
1 5.56
56 1.89
16 1.61
1 2.17
- -
11 1.55
- -
1 3.33
2 3.70
- -
1 3.33
1 1.04
- -
4 2.15
34 1.93
- -


Indl
Jack
Jeff
Lafa
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Libe
Madi
Mana
Mari
Mart
Monr
Nass


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
LT hi4


3 1.23
4 9.76
17 1.19
--
33 2.01
3 3.33
27 2.03
18 1.81
6 2.63
2 1.23
15 3.08
2 2.60
6 2.67
5 1.27
3 3.33
1 .98
2 2.41
1 5.56
12 1.98

-


as ng o 5 58.14 10 2..
TOTAL 535 1.88% 5,160 18.09% 14,173 49.70% 7,025 24.63% 1,624 5.70%


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VITAL STATISTICS


4.7 Resident Illegitimate Live Births and Rates Per 100 Total Live Births, by
Color, 1972

SOURCE: Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Division of
Health


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VITAL STATISTICS


Illegitimate Live


White


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
Ct- T


Resident Illegitimate Live Births and Rates
Per 100 Total Live Births, by Color, 1972
SBirths Percent of Total
Nonwhite Total White


r


361
39
179
47
436
1,659
18
18
33
63
100
106
3,266
45
16
1,919
568
42
17
339
8
25
32
43
33
62
33
107
1,191
12
123
88
52
3
165
310
334
49
7
83
247
283
90
59
58
106
28
1,018
51
1,234
111
1,046
687
153
111


67
10
51
17
189
412
4
12
20
30
53
26
750
9
4
477
152
8
4
9
2
3
5
5
17
17
10
25
476
8
21
15
1
2
54
99
56
6
7
57
56
27
41
14


Nonwhite


294
29
128
30
247
1,247
14
6
13
33
47
80
2,516
36
12
1,442
416
34
13
330
6
22
27
38
16
45
23
82
715
4
102
73
51
1
111
211
278
43
7
76
190
227
63
18
44
66
21
647
31
936
50
688
464
129
88R


St. Lucie 292 27 265 28.3 5.0 54.4
Santa Rosa 48 24 24 5.6 3.1 31.2
Sarasota 109 49 60 8.0 4.3 26.7
Seminole 283 80 203 15.5 5.6 51.7
Sumter 59 12 47 20.0 5.9 52.2
Suwannee 49 13 36 14.1 5.3 35.3
Taylor 49 7 42 19.8 4.2 50.6
Union 13 3 10 12.6 3.5 55.6
Volusia 452 154 298 19.4 8.9 49.3
Wakulla 16 4 12 13.2 4.1 50.0
Walton 33 9 24 15.3 4.9 75.0
Washington 18 6 12 9.6 4.2 27.9
TOTAL 18,734 5,141 13,593 17.0% 6.3% 47.7%


District


1


Total


19.2%
21.8
11.9
17.4
13.9
18.7
15.3
6.7
9.9
8.8
12.7
20.9
17.9
19.7
16.0
19.3
14.2
42.9
17.5
36.8
17.0
37.9
19.9
23.6
9.6
23.6
10.2
21.1
13.5
7.6
21.9
15.4
23.7
6.8
15.6
18.2
17.5
20.4
12.7
29.4
19.7
19.9
17.0
6.0
13.1
5.4
9.5
16.3
10.0
23.6
10.1
17.4
16.4
23.7
21 .3


5.0%
8.3
4.2
8.7
7.4
6.4
4.2
4.7
6.6
4.7
7.6
7.3
5.9
5.6
4.9
6.8
5.0
15.4
5.6
4.3
5.1
8.3
4.7
4.8
5.4
9.9
3.8
7.8
6.8
5.3
5.5
4.1
1.3
4.9
6.8
7.7
4.2
3.8
6.0
6.0
5.9
6.6
4.7
3.9
2.3
2.8
7.7
4.5
8.3
6.0
7.6
7.0
5.8
6.4


~


.,v


---


53.4%
49.2
43.1
40.5
43.8
51.2
60.9
50.0
38.2
41.8
50.5
53.0
46.0
54.5
66.7
48.7
41.9
73.9
52.0
46.4
75.0
73.3
50.0
49.4
53.3
48.9
39.0
44.1
40.6
66.7
57.3
36.1
36.7
33.3
43.0
51.0
46.6
51.2
63.6
46.1
62.1
47.9
53.4
17.3
52.4
27.2
51.2
45.1
46.3
56.9
55.6
51.7
46.6
56.6
54.3










VITAL STATISTICS


4.8 Total Resident Illegitimate Live Births, by Age of Mother, 1972

SOURCE: Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Division of
Health


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VITAL STATISTICS


4.8


Total Resident Illegitimate Live Births,
by Age of Mother 1972


Less than 15


15-17


18-24


25-34


35-Plus


Alachua 16 4.43% 113 31.30% 171 47.37% 52 14.40% 9 2.49%
Baker 12 30.77 18 46.15 8 20.51 1 2.56
Bay 7 3.91 55 30.73 90 50.28 21 11.73 6 3.35
Bradford 15 31.91 29 61.70 3 6.38
Brevard 17 3.90 145 33.26 211 48.39 51 11.70 12 2.75
Broward 68 4.10 517 31.16 825 49.73 210 12.66 39 2.35
Calhoun 2 11.11 6 33.33 6 33.33 4 22.22
Charlotte 5 27.78 11 61.11 2 11.11
Citrus 12 36.36 16 48.48 3 9.09 2 6.06
Clay 2 3.17 18 28.57 35 55.56 6 9.52 2 3.17
Collier 4 4.00 37 37.00 43 43.00 14 14.00 2 2.00
Columbia 4 3.77 37 34.91 58 54.72 6 5.66 1 .94
Dade 92 2.82 923 28.26 1,686 51.62 469 14.36 96 2.94
De Soto 1 2.22 12 26.67 28 62.22 4 8.89
Dixie 1 6.25 7 43.75 5 31.25 1 6.25 2 12.50
Duval 68 3.54 538 28.04 982 51.17 279 14.54 52 2.71
Escambia 21 3.70 187 32.92 269 47.36 78 13.73 13 2.29
Flagler 2 4.76 7 16.67 24 57.14 6 14.29 3 7.14
Franklin 7 41.18 8 47.06 2 11.76
Gadsden 9 2.65 79 23.30 182 53.69 52 15.34 17 5.01
Gilchrist 3 37.50 3 37.50 2 25.00
Glades 1 4.00 8 32.00 14 56.00 1 4.00 1 4.00
Gulf 2 6.25 10 31.25 7 21.88 13 40.63
Hamilton 13 30.23 21 48.84 7 16.28 2 4.65
Hardee 1 3.03 12 36.36 16 48.48 2 6.06 2 6.06
Hendry 3 4.84 16 25.81 33 53.23 9 14.52 1 1.61
Hernando 11 33.33 17 51.52 5 15.15 -
Highlands 6 5.61 38 35.51 53 49.53 9 8.41 1 .93
Hillsborough 46 3.86 400 33.59 580 48.70 142 11.92 23 1.93
Holmes 2 16.67 6 50.00 4 33.33 -
Indian River 13 10.57 40 32.52 56 45.53 13 10.57 1 .81
Jackson 1 1.14 23 26.14 46 52.27 10 11.36 8 9.09
Jefferson 18 34.62 26 50.00 6 11.54 2 3.85
Lafayette 1 33.33 1 33.33 1 33.33 -
Lake 10 6.06 51 30.91 80 48.48 20 12.12 4 2.42
. .. .. . .. .


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


2.90
2.40
4.08
14.29
1.20
2.83
2.83
4.44
3.39

2.83
10.71
2.16

2.76
2.70
3.06
3.49
5.23
1.80
5.14
4.17
4.59
2.47
5.08
2.04
4.08
7.69
3.76


97 31.29
95 28.44
15 30.61
2 28.57
22 26.51
104 42.11
86 30.39
18 20.00
15 25.42
19 32.76
28 26.42
6 21.43
344 33.79
19 37.25
402 32.58
40 36.04
309 29.54
248 36.10
45 29.41
38 34.23
103 35.27
15 31.25
32 29.36
89 31.45
14 23.73
7 14.29
10 20.41
1 7.69
126 27.88


149 48.06
169 50.60
27 55.10
2 28.57
50 60.24
108 43.72
146 51.59
53 58.89
30 50.85
24 41.38
57 53.77
12 42.86
506 49.71
25 49.02
585 47.41
55 49.55
537 51.34
349 50.80
76 49.67
52 46.85
139 47.60
26 54.17
63 57.80
136 48.06
32 54.24
32 65.31
26 53.06
9 69.23
234 51.77


42 13.55
46 13.77
5 10.20
1 14.29
9 10.84
22 8.91
30 10.60
14 15.56
10 16.95
12 20.69
15 14.15
6 21.43
129 12.67
6 11.76
168 13.61
9 8.11
150 14.34
56 8.15
21 13.73
17 15.32
32 10.96
4 8.33
5 4.59
42 14.84
8 13.56
7 14.29
10 20.41
2 15.38
64 14.16


13 4.19
16 4.79

1 14.29
1 1.20
6 2.43
13 4.59
1 1.11
2 3.39
3 5.17
3 2.83
1 3.57
17 1.67
1 1.96
45 3.65
4 3.60
18 1.72
10 1.46
3 1.96
2 1.80
3 1.03
1 2.08
4 3.67
9 3.18
2 3.39
2 4.08
1 2.04

11 2.43


District


Wakulla 4 25.00 9 56. 25 O.L325 i.j
Walton 7 21.21 17 51.52 7 21.21 2 6.06
Washington 6 33.33 10 55.56 2 11.11 -

TOTAL 623 3.33% 5,744 30.66% 9,401 50.18% 2,465 13.16% 501 2.67%


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VITAL STATISTICS


4.9 White Resident Illegitimate Live Births, by Age of Mother, 1972

SOURCE: Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Division of
Health


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VITAL STATISTICS


4.9


White Resident Illegitimate Live Births,
by Age of Mother 1972


District


Less than 15


15-17


18-24


25-34


35-Plus


Alachua % 21 31.34% 35 52.24% 9 13.43% 2 2.99%
Baker 4 40.00 5 50.00 1 10.00 -
Bay 19 37.25 24 47.06 7 13.73 1 1.96
Bradford 7 41.18 9 52.94 1 5.88 -
Brevard 3 1.59 54 28.57 104 55.03 22 11.64 6 3.17
Broward 10 2.43 111 26.94 227 55.10 53 12.86 11 2.67
Calhoun 1 25.00 1 25.00 2 50.00 -- -
Charlotte -1 8.33 9 75.00 2 16.67 -
Citrus -6 30.00 10 50.00 2 10.00 2 10.00
Clay 1 3.33 8 26.67 18 60.00 1 3.33 2 6.67
Collier 2 3.77 15 28.30 28 52.83 7 13.21 1 1.89
Columbia 1 3.85 5 19.23 17 65.38 3 11.54 -
Dade 14 1.87 160 21.33 394 52.53 149 19.87 33 4.40
De Soto -1 11.11 7 77.78 1 11.11 -
Dixie 2 50.00 1 25.00 1 25.00
Duval 16 3.35 126 26.42 262 54.93 65 13.63 8 1.68
Escambia 6 3.95 41 26.97 80 52.63 22 14.47 3 1.97
Flagler 1 12.50 2 25.00 4 50.00 1 12.50 -
Franklin 1 25.00 3 75.00 -
Gadsden 6 66.67 2 22.22 1 11.11
Gilchrist 1 50.00 1 50.00 -
Glades 2 66.67 1 33.33
Gulf 3 60.00 1 20.00 1 20.00 -
Hamilton 1 20.00 2 40.00 2 40.00 -
Hardee 7 41.18 8 47.06 2 11.76
Hendry 2 11.76 4 23.53 7 41.18 3 17.65 1 5.88
Hernando 4 40.00 4 40.00 2 20.00 -
Highlands 2 8.00 10 40.00 11 44.00 2 8.00 -
Hillsborough 12 2.53 166 34.87 236 49.58 52 10.92 10 2.10
Holmes 1 12.50 3 37.50 4 50.00 -
Indian River 1 4.76 7 33.33 11 52.38 2 9.52 -
Jackson 6 40.00 9 60.00 -
Jefferson 1 100.00 -
Lafayette 1 50.00 1 50.00 -
Lake 3 5.56 17 31.48 25 46.30 7 12.96 2 3.70
Lee 1 1.01 27 27.27 54 54.55 9 9.09 8 8.08
Leon 1 1.79 17 30.36 28 50.00 5 8.93 5 8.93
Levy 3 50.00 2 33.33 1 16.67 -
Liberty -
Madison 1 14.29 5 71.43 1 14.29 -
Manatee 22 38.60 26 45.61 6 10.53 3 5.26
Marion 1 1.79 11 19.64 35 62.50 8 14.29 1 1.79
Martin 4 14.81 20 74.07 3 11.11 -
Monroe 2 4.88 6 14.63 23 56.10 9 21.95 1 2.44
Nassau 5 35.71 4 28.57 5 35.71 -
Okaloosa 10 25.00 25 62.50 4 10.00 1 2.50
Okeechobee 3 42.86 4 57.14 -
Orange 5 1.35 117 31.54 194 52.29 47 12.67 8 2.16
Osceola 8 40.00 9 45.00 3 15.00 -
Palm Beach 2 .67 78 26.17 159 53.36 50 16.78 9 3.02
Pasco 19 31.15 33 54.10 6 9.84 3 4.92
Pinellas 7 1.96 103 28.77 194 54.19 48 13.41 6 1.68
Polk 7 3.14 82 36.77 104 46.64 25 11.21 5 2.24
Putnam 2 8.33 7 29.17 12 50.00 3 12.50 -
St. Johns -5 21.74 11 47.83 7 30.43 -
St. Lucie 1 3.70 4 14.81 17 62.96 5 18.52 -
Santa Rosa 9 37.50 11 45.83 4 16.67 -
Sarasota 1 2.04 15 30.61 30 61.22 -3 6.12
Seminole 2 2.50 23 28.75 39 48.75 15 18.75 1 1.25
Sumter 4 33.33 6 50.00 2 16.67 -
Suwannee 3 23.08 9 69.23 1 7.69 -
Taylor 2 28.57 5 71.43 -
Union 1 33.33 1 33.33 1 33.33 -
Volusia 7 4.55 34 22.08 91 59.09 20 12.99 2 1.30
Wakulla 1 25.00 2 50.00 1 25.00 -
Walton 4 44.44 4 44.44 1 11.11
Washington 2 33.33 3 50.00 1 16.67 --

TOTAL 115 2.24% 1,441 28.03% 2,726 53.02% 716 13.93% 143 2.78%








VITAL STATISTICS


4.10 Nonwhite Resident Illegitimate Live Births, by Age of Mother, 1972

SOURCE: Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, Division of
Health


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VITAL STATISTICS


4.10


Nonwhite Resident Illegitimate Live Births,
by Age of Mother 1972


District


Less than 15


15-17


18-24


25-34


35-Plus


Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Stanter


4.55
14.29
2.63

3.42
6.00
3.63
3.66
4.65
2.27
5.28
8.33
6.67
2.46
6.38


18 27.27
3 14.29
227 35.09
11 35.48
324 34.62
21 42.00
206 29.94
166 35.78
38 29.46
33 37.50
99 37.36
6 25.00
17 28.33
66 32.51
10 21.28


z32 48.48(
8 38.10
312 48.22
16 51.61
426 45.51
22 44.00
343 49.85
245 52.80
64 49.61
41 46.59
122 46.04
15 62.50
33 55.00
97 47.78
26 55.32


11 160.01
6 28.57
82 12.67
3 9.68
118 12.61
3 6.00
102 14.83
31 6.68
18 13.95
10 11.36
27 10.19

5 8.33
27 13.30
6 12.77


1 4.76
9 1.39
1 3.23
36 3.85
1 2.00
12 1.74
5 1.08
3 2.33
2 2.27
3 1.13
1 4.17
1 1.67
8 3.94
2 4.26


Suwannee 1 2.78 4 11.11 23 63.89 6 16.67 2 5.56
Taylor 2 4.76 8 19.05 21 50.00 10 23.81 1 2.38
Union 1 10.00 8 80.00 1 10.00
Volusia 10 3.36 92 30.87 143 47.99 44 14.77 9 3.02
Wakulla 3 25.00 7 58.33 2 16.67
Walton 3 12.50 13 54.17 6 25.00 2 8.33
Washington 4 33.33 7 58.33 1 8.33 --

TOTAL 508 3.74% 4,303 31.66% 6,675 49.11% 1,749 12.87% 358 2.63%


Alachua 16 5.44% 92 31.29% 136 46.26% 43 14.63% 7 2.38%
Baker 8 27.59 13 44.83 7 24.14 1 3.45
Bay 7 5.47 36 28.13 66 51.56 14 10.94 5 3.91
Bradford 8 26.67 20 66.67 2 6.67
Brevard 14 5.67 91 36.84 107 43.32 29 11.74 6 2.43
Broward 58 4.65 406 32.56 598 47.96 157 12.59 28 2.25
Calhoun 1 7.14 5 35.71 4 28.57 4 28.57 -
Charlotte 4 66.67 2 33.33 -- -
Citrus 6 46.15 6 46.15 1 7.69 -
Clay 1 3.03 10 30.30 17 51.52 5 15.15 -
Collier 2 4.26 22 46.81 15 31.91 7 14.89 1 2.13
Columbia 3 3.75 32 40.00 41 51.25 3 3.75 1 1.25
Dade 78 3.10 763 30.33 1,292 51.35 320 12.72 63 2.50
De Soto 1 2.78 11 30.56 21 58.33 3 8.33 -
Dixie 1 8.33 5 41.67 4 33.33 1 8.33 1 8.33
Duval 52 3.61 412 28.57 720 49.93 214 14.84 44 3.05
Escambia 15 3.61 146 35.10 189 45.43 56 13.46 10 2.40
Flagler 1 2.94 5 14.71 20 58.82 5 14.71 3 8.82
Franklin 6 46.15 5 38.46 2 15.38
Gadsden 9 2.73 79 23.94 176 53.33 50 15.15 16 4.85
Gilchrist 2 33.33 2 33.33 2 33.33 -
Glades 1 4.55 8 36.36 12 54.55 1 4.55 -
Gulf 2 7.41 7 25.93 6 22.22 12 44.44 -
Hamilton 12 31.58 19 50.00 5 13.16 2 5.26
Hardee 1 6.25 5 31.25 8 50.00 2 12.50 -
Hendry 1 2.22 12 26.67 26 57.78 6 13.33 -
Hernando 7 30.43 13 56.52 3 13.04 -
Highlands 4 4.88 28 34.15 42 51.22 7 8.54 1 1.22
Hillsborough 34 4.76 234 32.73 344 48.11 90 12.59 13 1.82
Holmes 1 25.00 3 75.00 -
Indian River 12 11.76 33 32.35 45 44.12 11 10.78 1 .98
Jackson 1 1.37 17 23.29 37 50.68 10 13.70 8 10.96
Jefferson 18 35.29 26 50.98 5 9.80 2 3.92
Lafayette 1 100.00 -
Lake 7 6.31 34 30.63 55 49.55 13 11.71 2 1.80
Lee 8 3.79 70 33.18 95 45.02 33 15.64 5 2.37
Leon 7 2.52 78 28.06 141 50.72 41 14.75 11 3.96
Levy 2 4.65 12 27.91 25 58.14 4 9.30-
Liberty 1 14.29 2 28.57 2 28.57 1 14.29 1 14.29
Madison 22 28.95 45 59.21 8 10.53 1 1.32
Manatee 7 3.68 82 43.16 82 43.16 16 8.42 3 1.58
Marion 7 3.08 75 33.04 111 48.90 22 9.69 12 5.29
Martin 4 6.35 14 22.22 33 52.38 11 17.46 1 1.59
Monroe 9 50.00 7 38.89 1 5.56 1 5.56
Nassau 14 31.82 20 45.45 7 15.91 3 6.82
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EMPLOYMENT


5.1 Civilian Labor Force, March 1972

SOURCE: Department of Commerce, Division of Administration, Bureau of
Research and Statistics

The civilian labor force consists of persons 16 years old and over who are
employed or unemployed. Not included in the civilian labor force are members
of the Armed Forces (persons on active duty), housewives, students, retired
workers, inmates of institutions, disabled persons, and persons doing only
incidental unpaid family work.


5.2 Total and Rate of Unemployment, March 1972

SOURCE: Department of Commerce, Division of Administration, Bureau of
Research and Statistics

Persons are classified as unemployed if they were civilians 16 years old
and over and were without a job.

Percent unemployed is the percent of the civilian labor force without a
job.


5.3 Nonagricultural and Agricultural Employment, March 1972

SOURCE: Department of Commerce, Division of Administration, Bureau of
Research and Statistics

This table gives the number of persons employed in either agriculturally
or nonagriculturally related occupations.


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EMPLOYMENT


Total
Unemployment
March 1972 /P
Number Percent


Nonagricultural
Employment
March 1972 /P
Number Percent


Agricultural
Employment
March 1972 /P
Number Percent


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard
Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay
Collier
Columbia
Dade (a)
De Soto
Dixie
Duval (b)
Escambia (c)
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden
Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough (d)
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


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4,060 320 7.9 3,240 79.8 500 12.3
3,180 260 8.2 2,660 83.6 260 8.2

3,082,300* 106,300 3.4% 2,818,200 91.4% 155,700 5.1%


/P Preliminary
*Total includes 2,100 persons involved
a. Miami Metropolitan Area
b. Jacksonville
c. Pensacola Metropolitan Area
d. Tampa Area
** Included in Escambia


in labor management disputes.


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Civilian
Labor Force
March 1972 /P


District


50,140
2,660
25,760
4,780
90,400
260,400
1,820
8,440
5,400
7.460
19,020
11,200
678,300
4,760
1.480
234,800
91,600
1,460
2,220
16,000
1,260
1,280
3,360
3,100
4.040
8,420
6,600
10,000
229,500
2,140
15,700
10,720
2,380
680
26.840
41,280
57,400
3,980
800
3,860
30,260
26,940
10,480
17,680
7.620
25,660
3,960
185,200
9,660
181,400
17,400
196,800
102,600
11,320
10,920
19,600

52,760
28,500
3,740
6,320
5,640
1,160
66,500
1 QanR


720
80
1,280
180
5,600
9,000
140
360
320
580
580
320
31,800
180
40
5,700
2,400
80
200
1.480
20
100
300
80
200
260
320
280
6,800
200
480
480
80
20
920
1,680
800
120
40
100
840
880
440
520
300
1,020
340
5,300
460
7.400
860
4,100
4,800
440
740
680

1,100
1,400
160
140
140
20
2,500
6n


1.4%
3.0
5.0
3.8
6.2
3.5
7.7
4.3
5.9
7.8
3.0
2.9
4.7
3.8
2.7
2.4
2.6
5.5
9.0
9.3
1.6
7.8
8.9
2.6
5.0
3.1
4.8
2.8
3.0
9.3
3.1
4.5
3.4
2.9
3.4
4.1
1.4
3.0
5.0
2.6
2.8
3.3
4.2
2.9
3.9
4.0
8.6
2.9
4.8
4.1
4.9
2.1
4.6
3.9
6.8
3.5


48,280
2,320
24,360
4,160
82,900
248,300
1,420
7,780
4,980
6.340
17,780
10,480
636,800
4,000
1.420
228,300
85,600
1,160
1,940
10,360
1,000
800
3,020
2,660
2,900
3,880
5,640
8,440
218,000
1.540
13,500
9,100
1,780
460
23.160
37,700
56,000
3,500
720
3 040
27,100
24,700
8,640
16,760
6,940
24,420
2,560
174,700
8,440
153,000
15,100
191,700
92,600
10,120
9,400
17,420

50,540
25,400
3.140
5,320
5,420
980
61,600
1 RRa


96.3%
87.2
94.6
87.0
91.7
95.4
78.0
92.2
92.2
85.0
93.5
93.6
93.9
84.0
95.9
97.2
93.4
79.5
87.4
64.8
79.4
62.5
89.9
85.8
71.8
46.1
85.5
84.4
95.0
72.0
86.0
84.9
74.8
67.6
86.3
91.3
97.6
87.9
90.0
78.8
89.6
91.7
82.4
94.8
91.1
95.2
64.6
94.3
87.4
84.3
86.8
97.4
90.3
89.4
86.1
88.9


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~


~


1,140
260
120
440
1.900
3,100
260
300
100
540
660
400
9,400
580
20
700
3,600
220
80
4,160
240
380
40
360
940
4,280
640
1,280
4,800
400
1,720
1,140
520
200
2,760
1,900
600
360
40
720
2,320
1,360
1,400
400
380
220
1,060
5,200
760
21,000
1,440
1,000
5,200
760
780
1,500

1,120
1,700
440
860
80
160
2,400
4n


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~


2.3%
9.8
.5
9.2
2.1
1.2
14.3
3.6
1.9
7.2
3.5
3.6
1.4
12.2
1.4
.3
3.9
15.1
3.6
26.0
19.0
29.7
1.2
11.6
23.3
50.8
9.7
12.8
2.1
18.7
11.0
10.6
21.8
29.4
10.3
4.6
1.0
9.0
5.0
18.7
7.7
5.0
13.4
2.3
5.0
.9
26.8
2.8
7.9
11.6
8.3
.5
5.1
6.7
7.1
7.7


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EMPLOYMENT


5.4 Total Employment in Nonagricultural Establishments, by Industry Division,
March 1972

SOURCE: Department of Commerce, Division of Administration, Bureau of
Research and Statistics

This table gives total employment by industry. The industries given
here conform to those given in the Standard Industrial Classification
Manual, 1967, published by the Executive Office of the President, Bureau
of the Budget.


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EMPLOYMENT


5.4

Total Employment in Nonagricultural Establishments,
by Industry Division, March 1972/P


Wage & Transp. &
Salary Manu- Con- Public
Workers facturing struction Utilities


Wholesale Finance, Service &
& Retail Ins. & Other Wage
Trade Real Estate & Salary


All Other
Govern- Non-
ment agricultural


4,740
3,760
1,040
600
2,400
1,360
100
*
980
*
2,440
*

3,320
1,120
1,420

4,080
*
460


1,560
1,380
1,140
980
140
1,460
60
*
580
*
1,160
*
*
260
580
1,820
*
4,760
*


680
1,020
260
760
160
1,160
40
*
140
*
900
*

380
580
780

2,360
*2
240


6,800
6,520
1,820
3,940
940
4,740
740
*
1,960
*
3,480
*

1,900
2,120
5,300
*
12,600
*7
740


1,080
1,020
680
600
80
700
60
*
360
*
580
*

220
280
960
*
3,020
*
An


3,500
3,220
1,140
3,480
460
3,700
180

1,260
*
1,940
*
*
760
1,920
1,940
*
9,720
ifnn


4,420 4,320
4,280 3,500
920 1,640
3,560 2,840
1,840 920
8,980 2,320
880 500
*
2,040 1,120
* *
2,180 2,420
* *
* *
1,720 1,560
1,480 1,320
2,800 2,400
* *
5,520 8,480
* *
840 420


Suwannee 4,480 460 140 380 1,680 180 640 1,000 840
Taylor 4,740 2,120 240 200 720 100 280 1,080 680
Union 860 220 80 20 20 520 120
Volusia a *
Wakulla 1.560 460 20 60 520 40 60 400 320
Walton 2,860 400 360 180 680 100 220 920 380
Washington 2.200 160 260 180 380 40 140 1,040 460

TOTAL 439,600 58,620 35,260 22,160 111,700 23,060 70,860 117,940 74,800

/P Preliminary
* Not available


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District


Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter


22,780
21,200
7,000
13,920
6.020
22,100
2,060
*
7,320
*
12,680
*
*
8,560
8,080
15,020
*
42,060
*
2.720


~


Alachua 43,860 3,360 3,520 1,300 8,400 1,700 4,180 21,400 4,420
Baker 2,060 140 40 40 240 40 100 1,460 260
Bay 21,380 2,860 1,480 1,200 5,680 880 3,360 5,920 2,980
Bradford 3,600 460 40 40 600 80 300 2,080 560
Brevard *
Broward *
Calhoun 1,180 260 20 260 20 80 540 240
Charlotte 6,500 140 660 340 1,740 1,320 820 1,480 1,280
Citrus 3,760 180 420 300 880 420 700 860 1,220
Clay 5,680 520 480 380 940 200 1,360 1,800 660
Collier 14,500 380 2,260 640 3,680 1,940 3,520 2,080 3,280
Columbia 8,960 1,940 200 320 1,960 240 1,240 3,060 1,520
Dade *
De Soto 3,560 280 40 660 140 20 280 2,140 440
Dixie 1,220 440 80 60 180 60 60 340 200
Duval *
Escambia *
Flagler 1,000 200 40 20 200 20 220 300 160
Franklin 1,420 260 20 40 440 40 240 380 520
Gadsden 8.920 1,680 440 200 1,540 160 580 4.320 1,440
Gilchrist 880 20 20 20 140 20 20 640 120
Glades 660 200 40 100 40 280 140
Gulf 2,640 700 40 340 280 60 500 720 380
Hamilton 2,260 380 20 40 320 20 880 600 400
Hardee 2.400 340 40 120 740 100 280 780 500
Hendry 3,380 420 100 120 620 100 1,180 840 500
Hernando 4,780 200 180 240 840 740 1,460 1,120 860
Highlands 7,060 720 560 700 1,840 360 1,080 1,800 1,380
Hillsborough *
Holmes 1,300 280 20 40 280 40 120 520 240
Indian River 11,260 2,100 1,060 260 3,220 520 2,000 2,100 2,240
Jackson 7,780 1,440 260 400 2,040 300 640 2,700 1,320
Jefferson 1,480 220 160 120 260 40 220 460 300
Lafayette 440 80 20 20 60 20 60 180 20
Lake 19.240 2,500 1,400 1,120 5,840 720 3,620 4,040 3.920
Lee 32,280 2,280 4,260 2,360 9,400 2,560 6,400 5,020 5,420
Leon *
Levy 2,760 720 380 120 560 60 160 760 740
Liberty 600 300 20 60 220 120
Madison 2,580 980 80 100 560 60 220 580 460


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6.1 Personal Income by Source 1970 ($1,000's)

SOURCE: Florida Statistical Abstract 1972, Bureau of Economic and Business
Research, College of Business Administration, University of Florida

This table and the following table (6.2 Personal Income by Place of Work -
1970) are indicators of wealth within a district. This table specifies the
various sources of personal income. Personal income is defined as the current
income of persons in an area from all sources. It is measured before
deduction of income and other personal taxes, but after deduction of personal
contributions to social insurance programs.

There are five basic sources of personal income. These are: (1) Wages and
Salaries, (2) supplementary earnings known as Other Labor Income, (3)
Proprietor's Income, (4) Property Income from rentals, dividends, and interest,
and (5) Transfer Payments consisting generally of payments to people for
which no services are currently rendered.


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ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS


Personal

Other
Labor
Income


6.1


Income by Source 1970 ($1,000's)


Proprietors'
Income


$


$


District

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
WaahInatnn


TOTAL $15,617,808 $695,848 $1,943,779 $4,396,624 $3,002,747


Wages
and
Salaries


227,523
10,475
165,235
21,706
604,031
1,235,903
8,034
30,232
17,372
33,271
81,457
46,152
3,895,301
20,339
9,582
1,605,034
509,515
4,481
8,550
59.422
3,171
6,349
24,072
13,143
16,703
27,911
22,910
38,804
1,233,073
9,382
65,711
62,545
11,149
3,156
102,676
173,792
254,005
20,519
6,489
15,785
133,348
117,610
48,809
148,964
47,119
205,154
13,061
909,056
31,351
804,707
58,559
912,357
480,366
61,839
51.698
85,974
86,516
227,870
107,357
16,576
23,994
28,280
8,561
259,691
6,664
22,738
14,629


Property
Income


$


Transfer
Payments


$


S6,774
218
5,388
874
28.128
58,696
191
1,451
684
1.377
3,768
1,779
186,158
515
304
68,169
21,952
130
215
1.763
70
272
1,272
404
584
980
1,085
1,530
60,818
226
2,705
1,649
265
62
4,219
8,419
6,237
741
201
497
6,824
5,154
2,261
2,754
2.144
4,405
403.
41,121
1,153
39,152
2,963
41,957
23,588
2,760
1,855
3,598
2,566
9,951
4,768
801
944
1,376
150
10,979
392
644
415


26,816
1,166
11,735
1,996
43,720
129,838
1,844
4,253
4,901
7,453
17,285
8,792
361,889
4,339
857
103,241
39,227
3,370
1,425
2,073
1,716
1,986
2,082
4,710
11,316
4,277
1,675
22,778
110,288
3.694
15,782
13,747
3,742
4,518
21.646
28,301
17,167
6,497
428
6.509
26,321
13,580
8,557
11,399
8,208
9,881
2,194
132,207
17,358
153,612
7,141
136,479
138,613
7,813
10,884
29,968
7,368
39,809
36,545
4.296
11,275
2,308
2,102
61,592
1,244
2,733
1 213


57,470
2,724
37,752
4,644
206,671
644,711
2,596
18,710
7,434
8,184
28,347
13,000
916,851
5,674
1,850
199,723
84,870
1,635
2,333
11.823
945
1,771
5,939
3,620
6,652
4,682
6,896
16,201
345,147
3,133
27,818
14,170
3,053
1,259
40,553
64,192
61,900
3,754
1,298
3,966
65,423
32,609
21,189
33,376
9.612
44,918
3,965
136,148
12,537
304,443
25,625
317,744
146,349
15,635
23,152
31,011
7,041
113,192
25,054
5,914
6,369
7,360
2,150
120,628
1.590
6,140
3.499


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1 213


a
Wa-shin ton


33,911
2,998
25,973
5,068
72,617
291,300
2,652
18,128
11,134
9.238
15,795
10,399
573,136
5,577
1,814
218,567
72,173
2,241
3,110
12.059
1,294
1,145
3,265
2,424
5,007
3,913
7,918
14,879
193,504
4,557
18,210
13,091
2,841
1,027
34,045
49,686
31,539
4,970
1,565
4,673
52,413
27,637
14,446
19,515
6,997
25,076
3,614
131,041
12,360
155,996
39,077
342,408
90,116
13,277
12,771
21,541
10,706
80,572
26,831
5.883
5,741
.4,719
2,157
96,930
2.324
6,335
4,821


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ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS


6.2 Personal Income by Place of Work 1970 ($1,000's)

SOURCE: Florida Statistical Abstract 1972, Bureau of Economic and Business
Research, College of Business Administration, University of Florida

This table specifies the amount of personal income in the district according
to the place of work.


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6.2


Personal Income by Place of Work 1970 ($1,000's)

Federal .State
and
Civilian Military Local


District

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
Washington


TOTAL $3,597,204 $757,734 $777,865 $2,061,605 $14,014,414


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Total
Government


Private
Nonfarm
Earnings


115,481
7,392
77,793
12,168
106,078
136,289
4,667
4,378
4,694
14,882
6,938
19,937
619,241
12,243
5 181
487,679
215,112
1,422
5,195
31.292
2,073
2,251
5,761
4,395
5,689
4,946
4,517
10,806
245,411
5,816
13,173
35,926
5,417
2,211
22,249
21,808
137,433
6,531
4,125
6.650
30,535
28,619
7,841
101,436
11.294
137,961
4,343
172,502
10,042
104l066
12,381
174,970
88,465
13,778
16.986
18,423
58,736
33,835
23,756
5,886
7,878
5,255
6,424
59,882
3,934
14,195
8,531


~


$ 9,952
1,815
23,602
932
47,993
16,124
401
552
504
2.542
1,121
8,392
135,365
1,084
435
143,603
83,161
86
775
953
200
287
258
456
529
1,417
421
1,229
37,376
825
1,396
3,356
497
181
2,435
3,331
11,212
643
782
492
2,446
3,535
1,493
20,340
5,061
36,384
445
43,073
806
11,779
1,412
43,658
9,393
1,490
3,512
1,586
7,965
4,309
1,920
688
750
334
31
5,725
848
1,292
754


$ 1,917
118
32,669
274
28,524
8,656
98
346
300
1,134
470
352
76,975
168
855
179,263
80,601
58
372
567
75
47
426
100
191
151
317
579
68,602
189
515
2,398
143
37
1.062
1,383
2,806
220
66
204
1,354
1,025
391
63,813
351
86,476
141
59,370
1,181
5,238
995
10,826
5,612
596
706
823
37,307
1,701
1,792
190
200
176
139
2,933
103
1,000
198


103,612
5,459
21,522
10,962
29,561
111,509
4,168
3,480
3,890
11,206
5,347
11,193
406,901
10,991
3,891
164,813
51,350
1,278
4,048
29,772
1,798
1,917
5,077
3,839
4,969
3,378
3,779
8,998
139,433
4,802
11,262
30,172
4,777
1,993
18,752
17,094
123,415
5,668
3,277
5,954
26,735
24,059
5,957
17,283
5,882
15,101
3,757
70,059
8,055
87,049
9,974
120,486
73,460
11,692
12,768
16,014
13,474
27,825
20,044
5,008
6,928
4,745
6,254
51,224
2,983
11,903
7,579


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$ 132,412
3,624
104,542
12,188
560,871
1,276,922
4,339
31,239
18,049
22,621
84,253
31,400
3,783,210
9,086
5,626
1,286,442
352,820
3,800
5,019
27'281
1,485
3,577
21,633
9,518
10,112
13,013
21,211
31,926
1,145,402
4,984
59,141
31,843
5,768
935
87,652
183,675
138,294
16,702
2,938
11,145
128,527
106,019
46,713
61,555
41,842
81,267
8,324
845,936
26,442
803,746
53,042
914,897
447,970
56,618
42,575
74,521
34,954
240,331
96,383
12,808
18,367
26,632
2,571
262,576
4,173
11,553
7,374


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6.3 Personal Income in the Private Sector by Broad Nonfarm Industrial Classes 1970

SOURCE: Florida Statistical Abstract, 1972, Bureau of Economic and Business
Research, College of Business Administration, University of Florida

This table gives the total personal income in $1,000's by broad nonfarm
industrial classes. The industrial classes conform to those defined in the
Standard Industrial Classification Manual, 1967.


6.4 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.


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6.3 6.4
Personal Income in the Private Sector
by Broad Nonfarm Industrial Classes 1970 ($1,000's) Personal
Income
Contract Transportation Wholesale Finance Other Per
Manu- construc- Communications & Retail Insurance Private Capita
District facturing Mining tion Public Utilities Trades Real Estate Services Industry 1970
Alachua $ 24,568 $ 440 $ 16,621 $ 9,301 $ 39,079 $ 11,100 $ 29,951 $ 1,352 $2,717
Baker 665 124 155 1,522 165 544 449 1,924
Bay 23,882 (d) 10,336 9,560 32,774 (d) 20,480 864 2,496
Bradford 2,382 (d) (d) 278 2,990 465 2,477 146 2,012
Brevard 171.620 6 30.200 19,626 78,075 21.991 237.488 1.865 3.301
Broward 171,601 2,866 258,649 93,848 327,521 114,647 296,826 10,964 3,930
Calhoun 1,346 155 43 1,630 224 796 145 1,866
Charlotte 932 4,297 2,031 8,265 8,258 6,797 659 2,996
Citrus 904 (d) 2,285 418 4,083 (d) 6,805 550 2,392
Clay 5.316 (d) 1,432 3.80.d 4.484 d)5 5.508 333 2.620
Collier 2,554 (d) 20,380 (d) 19,269 (d) 18,498 1,831 4,196
Columbia 10,091 1,455 1,550 9,407 1,845 6,122 930 2,329
Dade 536,111 12,814 364,104 661,692 923,966 329,482 941,998 13,043 3,467
De Soto 2,046 431 214 3,535 939 1,470 451 1,987
Dixie 2.666 (d) 198 1,001 (d) 449 531 1.904
Duval 198,260 (d) (d) 166,474 363,768 165,004 243,341 3,907 2,861
Escambia (d) (d) 40,047 25,840 83,412 (d) 63,784 1,424 2,589
Flagler 1,056 109 73 1,032 170 1,064 296 2,156
Franklin 836 72 95 1,932 285 600 1,199 1,654
Gadsden 7,529 446 2.313 1,407 9,567 1.331 3,287 1.401 1.469
Gilchrist 96 (d) 31 708 (d) 342 105 1,886
Glades (d) (d) 352 439 9 375 257 1,892
Gulf 13,278 1,339 2,125 1,767 533 2,429 162 2,117
Hamilton 829 4,867 (d) 34 1,726 (d) 951 511 1,756
Hardee 1.174 ,13 282 ,081 4,046 950 2.087 479 1.942
Hendry 4,287 856 585 564 3,470 796 1,978 477 2,410
Hernando 1,301 3,409 768 1,320 4,286 6,098 3,080 949 2,279
Highlands 3,401 3,844 (d) 9,784 (d) 7,831 702 2,387
Hillsborough 245,505 (d) 109,186 148,901 334,496 (d) 220,583 5,945 2,793
Holmes 917 190 208 1.763 309 1,377 220 1.726
Indian River 10,837' (d) 9,163 1,827 17,579 (d) 13,898 1,343 2,707
Jackson 6,877 (d) (d) 2,999 9,875 2,296 7,000 1,093 1,799
Jefferson 1,031 (d) 153 1,409 (d) 1,401 618 1,640
Lafayette 163 125 12 286 67 93 189 1,978
Lake 13.691 391 ,1154 6098 30.313 5.214 18.444 1.997 2.586
Lee 11,938 659 35,072 16,092 543951 23,425 38,893 2,645 3,095
Leon 12,831 42 18,532 7,157 49,375 14,511 34,710 1,136 2,887
Levy 6,227 (d) 2,887 789 3,810 (d) 1,392 932 1,997
Liberty 1,859 207 55 310 15 337 155 1,762
Madison 3.902 213 476 3.095 462 2.221 776 1.791
Manatee 33,602 (d) 14,926 3,100 35,838 (d) 29,441 1,645 2,858
Marion 23,055 1,300 9,681 4,904 34,749 8,328 22,190 1,812 2,363
Martin 11,679 8,359 1.626 9,732 3,979 10,025 1,313 2,931
Monroe 2,904 925 6,038 5,174 20,042 4,261 20,266 1,945 2,842
Nassau .2127 8 8,.S 1.011 5.708 543 3,920 828 2.308
Okaloos. 11,662 (4) 7,T2 5,542 21,967 (d) 28,660 719 2,628
Okeechobee (d) 648 323 4,122 (d) 1,408 584 2,042
Orange 164,175 (4) 108,980 66,694 231,317 (d) 194,838 5,145 3,038
Osceola 5,197 45 3,907 624 7,659 1,886 6,583 541 2,423
Palm Be7ch 199977 212 09.718 .517 182.965 65.380 194.891 12.086 3.893
Pasco 11,409 6,358 5,504 15,479 4,085 9,221 986 2,342
Pinellaa 179,459 (<) 105,733 61,444 225,760 (d) 250,787 6,564 3,300
Polk 113,893 30,009 43,264 25,708 113,399 29,709 87,416 4,572 2,568
Putnam 30,387 89 2,474 1,438 10,221 2,365 8,356 1,288 2,303
St. John 7.549 3,951 1.987 12.038 2.238 13.486 1.326 2.657
St. Lucia 8,942 () () ,676 27,135 8,571 15,098 1,452 2,327
Santa Rosa (d) (d) 4,091 1,077 6,343 (d) 5,943 778 2,443
Sarasota 20,122 38,884 12,813 63,410 25,481 70,291 1,330 3,640
Seminole 24497 (d) 12,673 8,176 22,005 (d) 21,970 1,369 2,935
Suwanne .882 (d) (4) 2,740 8,157 1340 2,208 517 2,281
Taylor 16,677 6 2,199 642 3,829 681 2,405 193' 2,334
Union 1,031 398 38 519 92 318 175 1,516
Volueia 46,041 5 22,606 14,481 69,367 24,158 84,038 1,880 2,809
Waulla 1.447 87 287 949 155 639 409 1.883
alton 1,908 130 1,242 1,361 3,663 756 2,186 307 2,048
Washinton 875 1.634 1.208 1.893 135 1.404 225 1.738
TOTAL $2,589,229 $70,218 $1,628,842 $1,466,941 $3,592,855 $1,215,710 $3,337,203 $113,416 $3,092

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HOUSING


7.1 Total Housing Units, 1960 and 1970

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.


7.2 Percent Increase In Total Housing Units, 1960-70

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


7.3 Total Owner-Occupied Housing Units, 1960 and 1970

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


7.4 Percent Increase In Total Owner-Occupied Housing Units, 1960-70

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


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7.1


Total
Housing Units

1960 1970


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
Washington


7.2



Percent
Increase
1960-70


21,933
1,951
21,680
4,019
36,852
128,559
2,403
6,188
4,512
7,164
5,950
6,377
348,946
3,399
1.584
141,252
52,256
1,696
3,101
9,625
1,024
1,035
3,581
2,345
4 063
2,569
4,406
8,584
135,406
3.473
9,703
10,962
2,831
1,066
21,757
21,032
21,103
3,622
990
4 304
30,309
17,960
7,473
16,721
5,344
17,943
2,013
88,420
7,906
89,396
14,854
165,823
64,116
10,880
10,646
13,989
8,673
34,806
18,212
4.138
4,748
4,407
1,298
52,351
1.918
5,591
3,723


7.3

Total
Owner-Occupied
Housing Units

1960 1970


33,538
2,352
26,783
4,625
77.611
253,316
2,701
13,566
9,699
10.985
17,544
8,450
453,915
4,080
1.884
174,312
65,142
1,857
3,409
10,267
1,253
1,445
3,792
2,562
4,797
3,946
7,531
12,416
168,555
4 065
14,008
11,362
2,683
1,036
28,179
43,339
32,576
4,760
1,288
4,265
42,269
25,882
12,307
20,596
6 785
27,149
3,704
117,295
10,521
141,232
34,590
228,772
80,325
13,010
11.689
18,862
12,130
55,480
28,446
5 274
5,227
4,991
1,745
70,397
2 725
6,564
4.219


52.9%
20.5
23.5
15.0
2%10.6
97.0
12.4
119.2
114.9
53.3
194.8
32.5
30.0
20.0
18,9
23.4
24.6
9,4
9.9
6.6
22.3
39.6
5.8
9.2
18.0
53.6
70.9
44.6
24.4
17.0
44.3
3.6
-5.2
-2.8
29 5
106.0
54.3
29.9
30.1
-.9
39.4
44.1
64.6
23.1
26.9
51.3
84.0


54,891
4,860
47,931
9,481
108,012
39,367
6,407
6,115
8,004
5,483
20,931
11,703
2 581

2,401
624
32,599
1,077
3,474
9 56


74,018
6,765
83,213
25,771
159,580
51,779
8,826
7,335
10,871
7,842
37,857
19,467
3,600
3,634
3,183
1,031
46,394
1.565
4,136
2R,2


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


Percent
Increase
1960-70


District


12,312
1,048
11,304
2,349
22.576
80,648
1,348
3,796
2,380
3,291
3,009
3,628
183,103
2,114
797
85,719
33,210
796
1;479
4.907
599
456
1,656
1,220
2,585
1,302
2,524
4,440
87,450
2.322
5,890
6,349
1,582
606
13.308
12,833
11,926
2,073
648
2.230
19,654
10,696
4,015
6,567
3,239
8,875
1,051


18,869
1,614
15,768
3,052
48,599
161,511
1,804
9,826
6,274
6,599
9,073
5,522
230,630
2,651
1.167
108,973
42,410
948
1,801
6.066
891
674
2,231
1,645
3,156
2,172
4,665
7,409
115,630
2,765
8,973
7,501
1,690
738
18.458
28,214
18,571
3,076
828
2,645
30,355
16,694
7,689
9,115
4,609
15,098
1,941


34.8
39.2
73.6
171.8
47.7
31.5
37.8
20.0
35.8
43.0
80.9
66.3
39.5
19.9
32.6
65.2
42.3
45.3
19.1
21.5


... 2 ,12.


-


53.3%
54.0
39.5
29.9
115.3
100.3
33.8
158.9
163.6
100.5
201.5
52.2
26.0
25.4
46.4
27.1
27.7
19.1
21.8
23.6
48.7
47.8
34.7
34.8
22.1
66.8
84.8
66.9
32.2
19.1
52.3
18.1
6.8
21.8
38.7
119.9
55.7
48.4
27.8
18.6
54.4
56.1
91.5
38.8
42.3
70.1
84.7


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32,6
33.0
57,9
132.8
37.9
25.2
19.5
9.7
34.8
39.8
59.3
56.1
27.4
10.0
13.2
34.4
34.4
42.0
17.4
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HOUSING


7.5 Percent Owner-Occupied Housing, 1970, by Color

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


7.6 Median Value Owner-Occupied Housing Units, 1960 and 1970

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.


7.7 Percent Increase Median Value of Housing Units, 1960-70

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


7.8 Percent of Occupied Housing Units With Telephone Available, 1970

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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7.5

Percent
Owner-Occupied
Housing, 1970

White Nonwhite


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


7.6


Median Value
Owner-Occupied
Housing Units

1960 1970


I, -a


7.7


Percent
Increase
Median Value
of Housing
1960-70


7.8

Percent of
Occupied
Housing Units
With Telephone
Available
1970


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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.


82.5%
87.7
90.7
84.1
94.9
94.4
87.7
98.8
94.6
92.8
96.8
81.7
91.6
85.0
91.1
83.5
85.5
85.4
87.3
53.0
95.4
90.2
83.9
72.3
93.4
88.8
92.2
88.7
92.1
97.3
89.6
75.6
57.8
96.1
91.1
95.5
81.8
84.2
88.5
68.0
94.3
81.0
92.8
95.7
83.2
95.8
91.0
91.7
95.3
93.1
97.9
96.4
89.5
82.3
83.4
86.1
95.4
96.8
88.3
84.3
81.8
85.6
88.7
92.1
81.4
90.5
86A.6


17.5%
12.3
9.3
15.9
5.1
5.6
12.3
1.2
5.4
7.2
3.2
18.3
8.4
15.0
8.9
16.5
14.5
14.6
12.7
47.0
4.6
9.8
16.1
27.7
6.6
11.2
7.8
11.3
7.9
2.7
10.4
24.4
42.2
3.9
8.9
4.5
18.2
15.8
11.5
32.0
5.7
19.0
7.2
4.3
16.8
4.2
9.0
8.3
4.7
6.9
2.1
3.6
10.5
17.7
16.6
13.9
4.6
3.2
11.7
15.7
18.2
14.4
11.3
7.9
18.6
9.5
13.4


?10,600
*
8,500
6,300
13,300
13,900
*
11,400
7,000
8 200
12,900
6,700
14,200
7,000
*
10,900
9,400
8,800
5,400
5.600
5,500
5,100
7,400
*
6,400
7,600
7,300
9,500
9,300

11,600
5,500
*
6,400
11,100
11,700
11,700
5,200
500

10,700
7,900
11,200
10,900
7.400
10,400
8,600
13,000
9,500
13.400
7,700
12,100
9,400
7,200
10 000
10,800
8,900
13,400
11,200
6.100
5,300
6,900
5,900
11,500
*
*
*


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$14,100
7,500
10,900
8,200
16.800
19,900
6,300
15,000
11,600
13,700
22,300
9,700
19,000
8,600
6.500
12,100
12,300
10,700
6,600
7.600
7,000
8,300
8,400
6,900
8 400
10,600
10,400
11,800
12,000
5.700
14,100
7,400
8,100
6,800
12.600
17,300
16,100
7,900
5,400
7.800
13,900
11,200
15,100
16,200
9.300
14,300
11,000
15,500
11,600
17.600
11,300
14,500
11,900
9,200
11,700
14,000
12,100
17,100
15,000
7.900
7,700
8,400
7,300
13,900
6.600
7,300
6.500


33.0%
**
28.2
30.2
26.3
43.2
**
31.6
65.7
67.1
72.9
44.8
33.8
22.9
**
11.0
30.9
21.6
22.2
43.4
27.3
62.7
13.5
**
31.3
39.5
42.5
24.2
29.0
**
21.6
34.5
**
6.3
13.5
47.9
37.6
51.9
**
41.8
29.9
41.8
34.8
48.6
25.7
37.5
27.9
19.2
22.1
31.3
46.8
19.8
26.6
27.8
17.0
29.6
36.0
27.6
33.9
29.5
45.3
21.7
23.7
20.9
**
**
**


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82.8%
58.9
81.8
67.7
85.7
86.6
62.3
79.8
70.7
80.7
72.3
73.8
84.9
63.9
59.1
82.0
83.1
65.9
62.0
67.3
66.8
48.9
71.3
61.3
64.2
57.2
70.6
69.6
79.2
57.9
80.1
65.5
56.6
68.1
72.4
74.2
82.2
64.1
56.1
62.5
77.9
69.1
74.6
73.8
75.2
82.9
58.9
83.1
69.8
82.4
73.3
84.2
75.0
75.7
77.0
74.2
82.0
85.6
83.3
60.2
68.1
71.4
61.5
83.1
57.0
64.6
67.8


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LAW ENFORCEMENT and CRIME


8.1 Total Juvenile Arrests, 1971

SOURCE: Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Division of Criminal
Identification and Information

This table gives the number of juvenile arrests by district and state.
Juveniles include those persons 17 years of age and under.


8.2 Juvenile Arrests by Offense Category, 1971

SOURCE: Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Division of Criminal
Identification and Information

Two main categories of crime classes are used to compose a universal
classification system for crime reporting purposes. Part I offenses are
by their nature more serious and/or occur most frequently. Part I offenses
consist of murder, manslaughter, forcible rape, robbery, aggravated assault,
breaking and entering burglary, larceny $50 and over (except auto theft),
and auto theft. Part II offenses are less serious in nature and/or occur
less frequently. These offenses include any not classified as Part I
offenses.


8.3 Juvenile Arrests by Age Groupings, 1971

SOURCE: Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Division of Criminal
Identification and Information


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LAW ENFORCEMENT and CRIME


8.2


Juvenile
Arrests
by Offense
Category, 1971

Part I Part II


Juvenile Arrests
by Age Groupings, 1971


U1 and Under


11 13


14 17


Alachua 1,227 556 671 79 6.4% 227 18.5% 921 75.1%
Baker 48 16 32 1 2.1 1 2.1 46 95.8
Bay 483 227 256 13 2.7 79 16.4 391 81.0
Bradford 99 59 40 7 7.1 17 17.1 75 75.8
Brevard 2.922 1.254 1.668 94 3.2 594 20.3 2,234 76.5
Broward 8,420 3,572 4,848 413 4.9 1,577 18.7 6,430 76.4
Calhoun 7 5 2 7 100.0
Charlotte 53 38 15 3 5.7 15 28.3 35 66.0
Citrus 83 43 40 2 2.4 7 8.4 74 89.2
Clay 71 5 13 5 2.9 25 14.6 141 82.5
Collier 725 259 466 64 8.8 178 24.6 483 66.6
Columbia 96 39 57 4 4.2 20 20.8 72 75.0
Dade 20,409 7,010 13,399 1,427 7.0 4,485 22.0 14,497 71.0
De Soto 80 37 43 8 10.0 12 15.0 60 75.0
Diie 4 2 2 4 100.0
Duval 6,279 2,607 3,672 280 4.5 1,063 16.9 4,936 78.6
Escambia 1,552 564 988 65 4.2 247 15.9 1,240 79.9
Flagler 24 9 15 1 4.2 23 95.8
Franklin 32 7 25 -2 6.3 30 93.7
Gadsden 89 22 67 1 1.1 9 10.1 79 88.8
Gilchrist 32 7 25 1 3.1 5 15.6 26 81.3
Glades 33 10 23 1 3.0 4 12.1 28 84.9
Gulf 25 2 23 -- 25 100.0
Hamilton 44 14 30 3 6.8 6 13.6 35 79.6
Hardee A15 10 5 3.2 17 310.9 134 85.9
Hendry 206 70 130 15 7.3 45 21.8 146 70.9
Hernando 187 70 117 4 2.1 20 10.7 163 87.2
Highlands 205 89 116 7 3.4 22 10.7 176 85.9
Hillsborough 6,764 2,980 3,784 412 6.1 1,405 20.8 4,947 73.1
Holmes 2 -2 -1 50,0 1 50.0
Indian River 534 203 331 12 2.3 86 16.1 436 81.6
Jackson 99 72 27 3 3.0 22 22.2 74 74.8
Jefferson 14 5 9 -- 1 7.1 13 92.9
Lafayette 2 2 2 100.0
Lae247 94 153 18 7.3 36 14.6 193 78.1
tLee 79 45' 429 27 3.1 108 12.3 744 84.6
Leon 1,100 476 624 81 7.4 168 15.3 851 77.3
Levy 64 30 34 3 4.7 1 1.6 60 93.7
Liberty 3 1 2 3 100.0
Madison 35 24 3 8.6 32 91.4
Manatee 1,292 457 835 j0(6 8.2 308 23.8 878 68.0
Marion 1,021 427 594 149 14.6 138 13.5 734 71.9
Martin 276 78 198 9 3.3 52 18.8 215 77.9
Monroe 349 57 292 1 .3 34 9.7 314 90.0
Nassau 55 4,4 131 18 11.6 18 11.6 119 76.8
Okaloosa V89 81 207' 28 7.2 73 18.8 288 74.0
Okeechobee 77 28 49 4 5.2 73 94.8
Orange 4,899 1,749: 3,150 454 9.3 1,166 23.8 3,279 66.9
Osceola 599 121 408 24 4.5 113 21.4 392 74.1
Palm Beach 8,027 2736 5.29 5%6 1.4 1.751 21.8 5.760 71.8
Pasco 491 240 243 10 2.0 85 17.3 396 80.7
Pinellas 6,464 2,371 4,093 559 '8.7 1,489 23.0 4,416 68.3
Polk 3,506 1,336 2,170 207 5.9 703 20.1 2,596 74.0
Putnam 448 167 281 12 2.7 109 24.3 327 73.0
St. Johns 8 52 1 11 5 5.6 84 93.3
St. Lucie .474 Z 270 28 5.9 85 17.9 361 76.2
Santa Rosa 324 116 208 13 4.0 45 13.9 266 82.1
Sarasota 2,091 592 1,499 175 8.4 501 24.0 1,415 67.6
Seminole 1,872 797 1,075 133 7.1 385 20.6 1,354 72.3
Sumter 82 52 15 18.3 67 81.7
Suwannee 39 23 16 39 100.0
Taylor 35 15 20 -- 35 100.0
Union 11 5 6 11 100.0
Volusia 3,286 1,047 2,239 131 4.0 634 19.3 2,521 76.7
Wakulla11 11 100.0
Walton 91 16 91 100.0
Washington 36 11 25 2 5.6 34 94.4
TOTAL 89,799 33,905 55,894 5,632 6.3% 18,224 20.3% 65,943 73.4%


District


Total
Juvenile
Arrests,
1971









LAW ENFORCEMENT and CRIME


8.4 Arrest Rate Per 1,000 Population, 1972

SOURCE: Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Crime In Florida, 1972
Annual Report

This table presents the number of arrests for Part I and Part II offenses
for each 1,000 persons residing within a specified geographic area.


8.5 Total Crime Index, 1972

SOURCE: Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Crime In Florida, 1972
Annual Report

This is the sum total of the seven major offenses within a given geographic
,, area. The seven major offenses are: Murder, Forcible Rape, Robbery,.
Aggravated Assault, Breaking and Entering Burglary, Larceny $50 and
over, and Auto Theft. The crime index is used to measure the extent,
fluctuation, and distribution of crime.


8.6 Narcotic Drug Law Arrests, 1971 and 1972

SOURCE: Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Crime In Florida, 1972
Annual Report

This table gives the number of arrests for sale and possession of drugs
< and drug related paraphernalia. Included are arrests for opium, cocaine,
marijuana, synthetic narcotics, other non-narcotic drugs, hallucinogenic
drugs, inhalants, and paraphernalia.


8.7 Percent Increase or Decrease In Narcotic Drug Law Arrests, 1971-72

SOURCE: Bureau of Research, Department of Education


8.8 Arrests for Violation of Liquor Laws, 1971-1972

SOURCE: Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Crime In Florida, 1972
Annual Report

This includes arrests for drunkenness or intoxication and violations of
state or local liquor law violations.


8.9 Percent Increase or Decrease In Arrests for Violations of Liquor Laws, 1971-1972

SOURCE: Bureau of Research, Department of Education


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8.6


Total
Narcotic Drug
Law Arrests

1972 1971


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
Sc. Lucia
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
Washington

TOTAL

*Data met ava


129
10
164
7

2,002
2
8
17
39
115
17
3,252
1

1,236
400
2
3
4


; -


8.7


% Increase
or Decrease
Narcotic Drug
Law Arrests
1971 to 1972


8.8

Total
Arrests for
Violation of
Liquor Laws

1972 1971


---


8.5



Total
Crime
Index
1972


Total
Arrest Rate
Per 1,000
Population
1972


District


8.9


% Increase
or Decrease
Violation of
Liquor Laws
1971 to 1972


89.0 168 27 38 -28.95 836 1,075 -22.23
34.8 105 18 2 800.00 154 163 -5.52

38.2 284,560 22,338 15,101 47.92% 101,114 113,039 -10.55%

ilable


58.0
61.8
68.5
38.9
30.9
47.9
87.4
19.1
36,2
26.6
74.7
26.6
52.3
76.4
44.9
60.2
53.4
28,6
65.5
41.0
39.6
37.7
40.9
45.3
85.7
67.1
56.6
60.0
63.5
24.3
76.6
27.3
50.2
29.8
44.7
43.8
50.5
52.8
69.5
36.9
39.1
66.9
45.4
50.9
64.0
28.2
78.1
50.4
79.4
62.5
35.4
41.5
66.6
54,4

ON
44.0
63.0
59.4
31.2
44.0
35.8
25.9
70.4
33.9


4,925
110
2,117
271
8 085
29,738
32
601
605
594
1,891
362
69,531
262
66
23,792
8,853
125
77
444
83
96
82
113
231
321
533
550
22,866
30
1,462
249
68
24

,012
3,477
313
18
104
2,821
2,647
1,058
2,538
238
1,483
379
14,737
1,078
16 737
1,851
19,460
8,774
1,115
1,267
2,241
456
4,862
2,839

176
167
45
8,457
90


223
25
335
5
661
2,965
7
31
29
50
177
30
4,380
11
6
2,219
538
-
6
26

2
6
25
26
33
62
45
1,635

155
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29
10
-
1551

300
16
-
26
277
139
89
106
21

19
1,168
71
1.739
134
954
348
78
85
161
106
704
597
9
4
11
2
640
17


72.87%
150.00
104.27
-28.57
16.58

250.00
287.50
70.59
28.21
53.91
76.47
34.69
100.00
200.00
79.53
34.50
-100.00
100.00
550.00
-
*
50.00
108.33
160.00
200.00
138.46
12.50
32.50
-100.00
138.46
222.22
66.67
-100.00
21.09
61.90
39.53
-58.97
-
44.44
63.91
56.18
-13.59
-46.73
200.00
388.68
-34.48
102.43
10.94
40,02
55.81
50.00
4.82
-8.24
286.36
96.34
-31.61
220.00
131.40
-18.18
-73.33
100.00

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466.67


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245
2,030
209
930
6,477
253
238
136
145
1,193
199
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