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Estimates of the population of Indiana counties and metropolitan areas
United States. Bureau of the Census
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. and by the U.S. Dept. of Commerce district offices in Washington
Written in English
|Other titles||Population of Indiana counties and metropolitan areas|
|Series||Current population reports : Federal-State cooperative program for population estimates : Series P-26 -- 75-14|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 p. :|
County Business Patterns – employment and establishment data for counties, ZIP Codes, and Metropolitan Areas for to ; Migration Data can be charted on this web site. See migration by year for the s for MSAs and States. ZIP Code; Acorn Lifestyle Lookup – see demographic estimates and geo-demographic lifestyle data. As of the census, the MSA had a population of , (though a July 1, estimate placed the population at 98,). The official population estimate for the metro area is 82, people are in the Kokomo metropolitan area. The MSA formerly included Tipton County, Indiana.
The metro area’s share of Indiana’s population will increase from percent in to percent in Hamilton County will continue to be the state’s fastest growing county as it doubles in size to , residents by The Census estimates put the population at 12,,, which was a decrease from the numbers. Illinois is one of only 7 states that has a negative growth rate in At % per year, it is ahead of only West n and , the population of Illinois grew by a mere %, compared to the national average US population growth of %.
News. According to the revised delineations for metropolitan statistical areas, Bluffton (Indiana) is a new micropolitan statistical is part of Fort Wayne-Huntington-Auburn CSA.. Mid estimates for population structure (gender, age groups, age distribution,»race«, ethnicity) are available for states, counties and metropolitan areas. This is a list of micropolitan statistical areas of defined by the United States Census Bureau, a micropolitan area is the area (usually a county or grouping of counties) surrounding and including a core city with population betw (inclusive). Suburbs of metropolitan areas are generally not considered to be micropolitan core cities, although they Largest cities: Anderson, Bloomington, .
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Metropolitan and Micropolitan. Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas Totals: This page features Vintage population estimates totals. 15 rows During the same time period, the population of the city of Fort Wayne was almost.
Two Texas Metropolitan Areas Gain More Than 1 Million People New population estimates for metropolitan areas show that some are among the top 10 population gainers but not the top 10 most populous. Value for Indiana (Number): 6, Data item: Population, estimate Sources: U.S.
Indiana Metropolitan & Micropolitan Statistical Areas. Indiana has 16 metropolitan statistical areas, 25 micropolitan statistical areas, 1 metropolitan division, and 8 combined statistical areas. In terms of pure land mass, the state of Indiana covers an area of 36, square miles (94, square kilometers), and this makes it only the 38th largest state in the country by area.
However, Indiana ranks much better in terms of numbers and population density. The state has a population density of people per square mile, which ranks it as the 16th most densely. rows The 51 United States statistical areas and 92 counties of the State of Indiana. Annual Estimates of the Resident Population for Counties: April 1, to July 1, District of Columbia.
Cumulative Estimates of Resident Population Change for Counties and County Rankings: April 1, to July 1, District of Columbia.
Population estimates,for Indiana counties from the Census Bureau. The U.S. Census Bureau terminated the collection of data for the Statistical Compendia program effective October 1, The Statistical Compendia program is comprised of the Statistical Abstract of the United States and its supplemental products—the State and Metropolitan Area Data Book and the County and City Data Book.
We are hiring thousands of people for the Census. Click to learn more and apply. This page features all the files containing Vintage metropolitan and micropolitan statistical area population totals and components of change. Tables: Stats displayed in columns and rows with title, ID, notes, sources, and release date.
Learn more about the population estimates data. Additional Census Data. Population and Housing Units with Density, Indiana Counties and Tracts ; Indiana Blocks. Census Topic Page: A special area to accommodate the most requested population and housing characteristics for counties, cities, townships and census tracts.
As Figure 7 highlights, the 44 Indiana counties that are part of a metropolitan statistical area will combine for a 15 percent increase in population between and Meanwhile, the state’s mid-sized communities—or micropolitan areas (meaning counties with a city or town that has a population betw residents.
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Bureau of the Census.]. Get this from a library. Estimates of the population of Indiana counties and metropolitan areas, July 1,to [United States. Bureau of the Census.;]. Annual Population Estimates for Indiana Townships by County. View analysis of these estimates from the IBRC» Download townships with FIPS codes View percent change map.
Geographic Area Population Estimates (July 1 of Each Year) April 1, Change July 1, to July 1, ; Get this from a library. Estimates of the population of Indiana counties and metropolitan areas: July 1,and (provisional). [United States. Bureau of the Census.;]. The United States Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has defined metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) for the United States, including eight for Puerto Rico.
The OMB defines a Metropolitan Statistical Area as one or more adjacent counties or county equivalents that have at least one urban core area of at le population, plus adjacent territory that has a.
The metropolitan area is centered on the capital and most populous city of Indiana, Indianapolis. Indianapolis–Carmel–Anderson is the 34th most populous metropolitan area in the United States, and largest in the state of Indiana. As ofthe population was 1,Country: United States.
The employment estimates include data for: counties, metropolitan statistical areas, micropolitan statistical areas, combined statistical areas, and metropolitan divisions. Data is also presented for each state's metropolitan portion (the counties that belong to MSAs) and nonmetropolitan portion (the remaining counties).
Using the Population Projections. These are the official population projections for the State of Indiana. Released in Marchthe state's official population projections by the Indiana Business Research Center have been updated based on the U.S.
Census Bureau's population estimates for "So when you look at the metro areas around the country, you still see some counties that are experiencing population loss. So for example, Cook County in Chicago lost ab people last year. Now, you see a similar pattern in places like Wayne County in Michigan or Baltimore City in Maryland but their respective metro areas, Detroit and.
Indiana's metropolitan magnets. Population growth in Indiana continues to be driven by a handful of metropolitan areas. Chief among these is the county Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson metro area, which added nea residents last year, accounting for 69 percent of Indiana's net growth in