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Title: Florida Facts
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Florida Facts December 1986 Governor of Planning and Budgeting
General Note: Box 7, Folder 3 ( Vail Conference 1988 - 1988 ), Item 52
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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December 1986


SOME DEMOGRAPHIC AND ECONOMIC FACTS 1970 1980 1990 | SOME POLICY IMPLICATIONS
1. Population in Florida........................... 6.8 million ... 9.7 million ... 12.9 million .....water, sewer, roads, public safety,
environment, etc.
2. Percentage.Growth in Population................ .37%(1960-70) ... 44% (1970-80) ... 31 1 (1980-90)....need growth management policies


3. Florida's Ranking Among States (population)..... 9th

4. Percentage of Population in 7 large counties.... 61.0%
(Dade/Broward/Palm Beach/Pinellas/Hillsborough/
Orange/Duval)


7th

... 58.0%


5. % Growth in persons over 75 yrs. old............118% (1960-70) ...84% (1970-80)


6. Number of new housing units anticipated.........


7. Highest Employment Growth Areas for 1980's.........................Services (restaurants, hotels,
medical)........ ............:
Trade (wholesale & retail).....:
Finance/Real Estate........... :
Manufacturing................. :


... 4th

... 54.0%


....."Mega State" status/new challenges
and opportunities

.....urban development pressures on
cities and counties, "infrastruc-
ture demands, social pressures


... 74 %(1980-90) .....elderly social, economic and health
service needs
... 1.7 mill.(1980-90)...public facility needs, housing costs,
service costs


+56%....business and employment opportunities,
+43% type firms to attract, training
+56% needs, education requirements,
+38% general support needs, land use
concerns


I SOME STATE GOVERNMENT FACTS I


I1 Size of State Budget ($).......................................................................
2. Major Areas of State Services/Costs:
Education (K-12, Comm. Coll., Universities, Deaf/Blind)....................................
*.Health and Social Services:
Medicaid..................................... .................... .....................
Aid to Families with Dependent Children...................................................
Children and Youth Services ........................... .......... ..........................
Mental Health............................. ... ...................................... ..
Elderly....... ........................................ **..............*****............
PLjrptLh) eDOrtmonts (Public Health)........................................... ..............


5,153.4 million


2,265.3


245.6
136.9
.79.5
130.6
23.7
72.8
292.8


1986-87
Appropriation

16,534 million


5,466

1,421
288.8 "
291.6 "
348.8 "
117.7 "
270.7 "
S911.4


Executive Office
of the Governor
Office of Planning & Budgeting


1976-77


FI,0Eia Ric Fet






1976-77


SOME STATE GOVERNMENT FACTS Continued


2. Major Areas of State Services/Costs (Continued)
Transportation: Highways (maintenance and new construction), Public Transportation,
Aviation/Ports/Other......................... .......................... 558.5 million
a Natural Resource Protection: Water Quality/Quantity Protection (including hazardous waste
(DER, DRN, GFWFC) control), Natural Resources Protection (Marine/Wildlife/.
Beaches/etc.).............. .................................. 81.4
Public Safety: Law Enforcement, Legal Counsel,Highway Safety............................. 90.0
Courts/Judicial............................................................ 74.1
Prisons/Rehabi 1itation...................................................... 121.4
Community and Economic Development Support (CED Unit, excluding Transportation)...... 346.5 "
All Other................................. .................................................. 634.30 "
TOTALS5,153.4 million


19 37
IAppropriation |



1,706 million


309.6 "
250.6
253.2
404.5
1,002.5
3,491.6

$16,534 million


3. Major Areas of State Revenues/Sources
(a) General Revenues..(Net)................................................................ TOTAL
Sales Tax..................................................
e Corporate Income Tax.....................................................
Beverage Taxes and Licenses........................................
e Intangible Taxes.........................................................................
All Others.......... ............... ..... ................................................
(b) Trust Funds............. ....................... ...................................TOTAL
Federal Government......................................................................
Fees/Charges.............. ............................... ............................


2.4 billion
1.4
.19
.19
.04
.58
2.8 billion
Iv2 "1 -. -
1.6-2
1.6


7.52 billion
5.04
.75
.43
.16
1.14
7.0 billion
3.5
S3.5 "


SOME REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE FACTS State and Local Governments
EXPENDITURES: FY 1983-84
1. Per Capita Government Expenditures'for Education/Florida's Ranking Among All States...............42nd
2 2. Per Capita Government Expenditures for Public Welfare/Florida's Ranking Among All States..........50th
3. Per Caplta.Government Expenditures for Highways/Florida's Ranking Among All States................45th
4. Florida's Hazardous Waste Clean-up Sites (EPA Superfund Qualified)................................5th most in Nation (39 sites)
5. iPer Capita State Government "Real" Budget Dollars (inflation deducted)............................$417.72 (1966-87 Appropriations vs. 333.83
in 1976-77)
REVENUES: FY.1933-84 in 197677)
1. Per Capita Revenue Collections/Florida State Government Ranking Among All States..................50th
2. Per Capita Revenue Collections/Florida State and Local Governments Ranking Among All States.......41st




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