Title: Percent Change in County Population 1985-2000 Map
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Title: Percent Change in County Population 1985-2000 Map
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Language: English
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Percent Change in County Population 1985-2000 Map
General Note: Box 7, Folder 3 ( Vail Conference 1988 - 1988 ), Item 50
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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Dec(luer 1986


THE FLORIDA STORY

A CHANGING AND GROWING STATE



SOME MAJOR CHANGES OCCURRING:

* The Way We Live The age of advanced technology and communications
* The Way We Work The knowledge explosion and economic diversification
* Where We Live The shift to urban living (the 5th most urban state in the nation)


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* The Stale's Population The gradual increase in age


* The Slate's National/International Position The emergence of Florida as a "Megastate"

MAJOR GROWTH PATTERNS IN FLORIDA


* More People:


1970
6.7 M.
(91h)


1973
7.7 M.
(8th)


1980
9.7 M.
(7th)


1984
10.9 M.
(61h)


1987
12.0 M.
)51h(


1988 2000/Beyond
12.3 M. 15.4 M.
(41h\


An Older Population
Total 65+ Population........... 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000
Numbers...................... 553,100 989,400 1,687,600 2,567,600 3,240,200
% of Total Population..... 11.1 14.6 17.3 19.9 21.0
Total 75+ Population........ 1980-2000 154% increase.
Total 85+ Population........ 1980-2000 233% increase
Their Economic Impact: $20.3 Billion/year from public retirement (Social Security, etc.) and other payments (1984) (The Mailbox Economy)

Movement of People to Florida SINCE 1980,89% OF POPULATION GROWTH = PEOPLE COMING FROM OTHER STATES OR COUNTRIES
BY 1995, 100% OF POPULATION GROWTH = PEOPLE COMING FROM OTHER STATES OR COUNTRIES
FOR MORE INFORMATION: PLEASE CONTACT THE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE OF PLANNING AND BUDGETING, THE CAPITOL, TALLAHASSEE 32399-0001


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* % of Populotion: Foreign-born 1970 = 8 ; 1900 =.J11%;

* Populntion ocotions....... 00 of growth will locate in coastal counties Over 50% of total will live within 7 counties (See on map)

Almost one-third percent will be within 3 counties (Dade. Brovard. Palm Beach)
* Fast Urowing Smaller Counties (1900-2000) Include:
Collier: 124 L Martin 97 Z Citrus 124 K Ilernando 199 .. Charlotte 128 : (;ilchrlst 79 2.9_ St. lucie 120
Pusco: _...._A Seminole _Lfl2 Escombia 34 X Flogler 18.2 Leon 5so Osceola ?1L_;g iriul,,i _106_:


ECOIOMIIC RELATED GROWTII


*More Business Estobliihments (1982 Census)......... 1972 = 138,708 ; 1982 = 23.070

*Larger Paoroll ('02 Census).....1972 = $12.9 billion 1982 = $43.6 billion

* More Tourists ..........1960 = 10.5 mil.; 1970 13.6 mil. 1980 = 25.4 mil.; 1984 = 28.2 mil.; 1990 = 38.8 mil.(proj.)
* More llousing...........Between 1900 and 1990, about 1.9 million new homes will be in demand; and about 1.5 million structurally unsound homes

will be replaced.


SMore Jobs (CONSENSUS ESTIMATING CONFERENCE
Econ. Sectors: 1902


Trad e.....................
Services..................
Manufacturing..........
Finance, Insurance
and Real Estate.......
SConstruction............
Transportation,
Communications &
Public Utilities.........
Gouernment...............
Mining......................


1,002.6
900.4
470.5


1,434.4
1,471.8
604.8


1,724.5
1,877.8
712.2


277.8 395.9 478.9
263.2 372.3 398.4


229.6
634.8
10.4


279.5
741.7
10.8


309.9
811.5
12.0


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:E) 1902-1995
1990 1995 AVERAGE ANNUAL RATES


4.26 .
5.8%
3.24%


4.28%
3.24%


2.34%
1.91%
1.11%


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