Title: The Florida Story a Changing and Growing State
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Title: The Florida Story a Changing and Growing State
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Language: English
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: The Florida Story a Changing and Growing State
General Note: Box 7, Folder 3 ( Vail Conference 1988 - 1988 ), Item 51
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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Bibliographic ID: WL00000880
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: Levin College of Law, University of Florida
Holding Location: Levin College of Law, University of Florida
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THE FLORIDA STORY

A CHANGING AND GROWING STATE


SOME MAJOR CHANGES OCCURRING:


Decel )r 1986




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The Florid& Aquilce .
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* 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)

* The Stale's Population The gradual increase in age

* The State's National/International Position The emergence of Florida as a "Megastate"
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MAJOR GROWTH PATTERNS IN FLORIDA t

More People: 1970 1973 1980 1984 1987 1988 2000/Beyond -
6.7 M. 7.7 M. 9.7 M. 10.9 M. 12.0 M. 12.3 M. 15.4 M.
(9th) (8th) (7th) (6th) (5th) (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
STheir Economic Impact: $20.3 Billionlyear 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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S% of Population: Foreign-horn 1970 =L..X; 1900 = 11-%;


* Poplotion Locations.......800 of growth will locate in coastal counties Over 50% of total vill live within 7 counties (See on map)

Almost one-third percent vill be within 3 counties (Dade. Brovard. Palm Beach)
* Fast Urowing Smaller Counties (1900-2000) Include:
Collier: 124 I Martin 97 Citrus 124 Hernando 199. % Charlotte 128 :% ;ilchrist ..79 St. lucie -1202_
Pusco: -..4 Seminole .10.2X Escombia 34 .E Flagler 182 Leon 50 X Osceolo 213_ t aritt. _106Dc


ECONOMIC RELATED GROWTII

*More Business Estoblismrnents (1982 Census)......... 1972 = 138,708 ; 1982 = 233.070-

"Larger Poyroll ('02 Census)..... 1972 = $12.9 billion 1982 = $43.6 billion

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


* More Jobs (CONSENSUS ESTIMATING CONFERENCE)


Econ. Sectors:
Trade.....................
Services.................
Manufacturing..........
Finance, Insurance
and Real Estate.......
SConstruction............
Transportation, -
Communications &
Public Utilities.........
Gouernment..............
Mining......................


1902
1,002.6
900.4
470.5


1990 1995 AVERAGE ANNUAL RATES


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


Decerter 1986


S %. .


1982-19.95


4.26%
5.8%
3.24%

4.28%
3.24%


2.34%
1.91%
1.11%


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