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Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metro Demographic Change: 2015 to 2040
.. population projections to 2040 by age group: 25 year demographic outlook
These data provide a picture of the future and how the population size and composition might change. Knowing about how the population size and composition might change is important to most all private and public sector planning needs. These data can help stakeholders gain insights into the size of the workforce 25 years ahead and population distribution by age. The projections help business assess where and how the demand/sales of their products and services might change. The projections provide a basis to set goals and targets for the future.
Demographic estimates and projections reviewed here are not "futurist" points of view. These data have been developed using models and historical data. Projections tell us about the future that we cannot know. They provide information about the future based on what we know now and expect to change from year to year. As a result, projections need to be updated annually and reflect our changing knowledge of actual events. Projections reflect assumptions about birth rates, survival rates and migration. Alternative projections might be developed for alternative assumptions about how these factors will change. In this section only one set of projections is reviewed, the most likely.
Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA MSA Counties
The following map shows the metro with bold boundary. Counties are labeled with county name and state-county FIPS code. Click graphic for larger view.
-- view developed with CV XE GIS software..
Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA MSA Population Projections to 2040 by Age Group
.. single year of age projections are developed by county, metro and state annually to 2060
.. data are available as profiles, data files and shapefiles for mapping and GIS applications.
Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA MSA -- Population Estimates & Components of Change: 2010-2014
The following table shows historical Census Bureau-sourced population estimates and components of change. Census Bureau estimates are updated annually and lag one year behind the current year. The Census Bureau does not develop state, metro or county projections.
Atlanta Metro by County: Population Characteristics & Trends
Metropolitan areas are defined as one or more contiguous counties based on a set of demographic-economic criteria. Counties comprising the Atlanta metro are shown below. Click county code link to view county components of change and estimates by age/race-origin, 2010-2014.
Atlanta Metro Patterns of Economic Prosperity by Neighborhood
The following map shows ACS 2013 estimates of median household income (MHI) by census tract. See the color/data legend at left of map. Census tracts average 4,000 population and sub-divide counties.
View developed with CV XE GIS software. See this section to learn about making custom metro maps.
Current estimates (as of 2015) and projections (to 2040) have been developed by ProximityOne. These data may be used for any purpose provided that ProximityOne is referenced as the source and no fee is charged for their use. These data have no guarantee nor warranty as to accuracy or any other feature. The user is solely responsible for any possible use.
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