Demographic Trends 2010-2060
... Population Estimates & Projections for U.S., States, Metros & Counties
February 2016. We are in the process of developing annual updates to the population estimates and projections for the U.S., states, metros and counties. The new estimates and projections will be released in May 2016, and include annual data from 2010 through 2065, extending the length of the projection period. The 50 year projections will include population by gender crossed by race/origin crossed by single year of age for ages 0 through 84 and 85 years and over.
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.. receive the existing data and also updates in May 2016. Single county projection datasets are $495, and as little as $50 when purchased in volume. See details about the projections dataset. Contact us with questions or call 888.364.7656.
To order, enter county name and state below then click "Order" button below. Repeat this step for multiple counties.
Importance of these Data
Use of these unique data resources, not available elsewhere, are essential to successful evaluation and planning. Knowing more about what will change when, where and by how much ... the U.S. total population increased from Census 2000 281.4 million to Census 2010 308.7 million (9.7 percent). ProximityOne projections show how the U.S. population changes from 2010 to 2060:
363.7 million in 2030, a 55.2 million increase from 2010 to 2030 (17.9%)
417.7 million in 2060, a 109.2 million increase from 2010 to 2060 (35.4%)
How will population change manifest itself by state, metro, region, county and city? By age and household composition? Use the demographic estimates and projections interactive table below to view/rank/compare population change from 2010 to 2060 for the U.S. overall, states, metros and counties. Analyze area patterns and trends and assess how areas of interest relate to each another.
Population Age 65 and over; Percent Change 2010-2014
Use the ProximityOne projections to learn how this, and other, population groups will change by county and other types of geography.
.. view developed with ProximityOne CV XE GIS and related GIS project.
More About ProximityOne Demographic-Economic Projections
See additional information about demographic-economic estimates and projections:
5-year | 20-year | 50-year | Quarterly 3 year
integrated multi-sourced Situation & Outlook demographic-economic data
USA TODAY Analyzes County Diversity to 2060 Using ProximityOne Projections
-- view a county/state diversity profile for any county
U.S. State, Metro, County Population Trends: 2010 2030 2060 Interactive Table
See ranking table usage notes below ranking table. See related ranking tables -- http://proximityone.com/rankingtables.htm.
This page/ranking table -- http://proximityone.com/demographics2060.htm.
Use vertical scroll bar at right to scroll across areas; use horizontal scroll bar below table to scroll right & view 2010-2060 change.
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Click ShowAll button between queries.
Click on a column header to sort on that column; click column header again to sort in other direction.
Click ShowAll button to show all tabulation areas and restore full set of data view.
Click State (dropdown below table) to select all geographies in a selected state (click ShowAll between selections).
Click SumLev (dropdown below table) to select a type of geography (click ShowAll between selections).
Key in text/area name in text box to right of Find-in-Name button then click button to locate all matches (case sensitive).
- searches column 1; default is Harris (for Harris County-Houston TX area); use your own area name of interest.
Key in CBSA code in text box to right of Find-in-CBSA button then click button to locate all matches (case sensitive).
- searches CBSA column, default is 26420 (Houston TX metro); use a CBSA code for a 2009/2010 vintage CBSA of interest.
Key in CBSA13 code in text box to right of Find-in-CBSA13 button then click button to locate all matches (case sensitive).
- searches CBSA13 column, default is 26420 (Houston TX metro); use a CBSA13 code for a 2013 vintage CBSA of interest.
Click ReducedView button to show a reduced view/selected columns.
Type - Type of geography; summary level (see below)
StCty - State + County FIPS Code
CBSA - Core-Based Statistical Area Code (2009/Census 2010/ACS 2012 vintage) see list of names/codes
MD - Metropolitan Division Code (2009/Census 2010/ACS 2012 vintage)
CBSA13 - Core-Based Statistical Area Code (2013 vintage) see list of names/codes
MD13 - Metropolitan Division Code (2013 vintage)
Pop2010 -- Census 2010 (Census Bureau; ProximityOne; summarized from age cell data)
Pop2030 -- population mid-2030 (ProximityOne)
Pop2060 -- population mid-2060 (ProximityOne)
Ch2010-30 -- population change 2010 to 2030
%Ch2010-30 -- percent population change 2010 to 2030
Ch2010-60 -- population change 2010 to 2060
%Ch2010-60 -- percent population change 2010 to 2060
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ProximityOne develops geodemographic-economic data and analytical tools and helps organizations knit together and use diverse data in a decision-making and analytical framework. We develop custom demographic/economic estimates and projections, develop geographic and geocoded address files, and assist with impact and geospatial analyses. Wide-ranging organizations use our tools (software, data, methodologies) to analyze their own data integrated with other data. Follow ProximityOne on Twitter at www.twitter.com/proximityone. Contact us (888-364-7656) with questions about data covered in this section or to discuss custom estimates, projections or analyses for your areas of interest.