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Based on Census Bureau annual population projections, Florida, California and Texas will account for nearly one-half (46 percent) of total U.S. population growth between 2000 and 2030. Florida, now the fourth most populous state, will edge past New York into third place in total population by 2011; California and Texas will continue to rank first and second, respectively, in 2030.

Update. Projections reviewed in this section will be updated with Outlook 2060 projections now being developed. For more information, see http://proximityone.com/outlook2060.htm.

In 2000, each of the nationís 50 states had more people under 18 than 65 and older. In about half of the states, the ratio was more than two to one. In 2030, 10 states are projected to have more people 65 and older than under 18: Florida, Delaware, Maine, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Vermont, West Virginia and Wyoming.

In six states, more than one in every four residents will be age 65 and older in 2030: Florida, Wyoming, Maine, New Mexico, Montana and North Dakota.

As the oldest baby boomers join the population group 65 years and over in 2011, the population of this group is projected to grow faster than the total population in every state. Twenty six states are projected to double their 65 years and over population between 2000 and 2030.

Assessing the Impact of Change. What will happen with the workforce size and composition over this period? How will the school age population be distributed by school district? How will the total population be distributed in terms of urban/rural and metro/non-metro geography? How will special care requirements for the 65 years and over population change over the period? How will these changes impact you? We use models and supplementary data to help answer these questions.

Ranking tables referenced below enable you to easily view how individual states rank by year and type of demographic attribute.

These projections are updated annually, coordinated with associated Census 2010 data, American Community Survey estimates and related multi-area estimates & projections. For more information contact us ... watch What's New & Ahead.

Early Childhood Population. The state-by-state population 0-to-4 years ranking table shows population 0-to-4 years of age and percent population 0-to-4 years of age, 2000 through 2030. In this table, P???? refers to the population 0-to-4 years of age in year ????. For example, P2000 refers to the population 0-to-4 years of age in year 2000. %2000 refers to the percent of population 0-to-4 years of age relative to the total population in year 2000.

School Age Population. The state-by-state population 5-to-17 years ranking table shows population 5-to-17 years of age and percent population 5-to-17 years of age, 2000 through 2030. In this table, P???? refers to the population 5-to-17 years of age in year ????. For example, P2000 refers to the population 5-to-17 years of age in year 2000. %2000 refers to the percent of population 5-to-17 years of age relative to the total population in year 2000.

Population 65 Years and Over. The state-by-state population 65 years and over ranking table shows population 65 years and over and percent population 65 years and over, 2000 through 2030. In this table, P???? refers to the population 65 years and over in year ????. For example, P2000 refers to the population 65 years and over in year 2000. %2000 refers to the percent of population 65 years and over relative to the total population in year 2000.

Total Population. The state-by-state total population ranking table shows total population and percent total population in this state of U.S. total population, 2000 through 2030. In this table, P???? refers to the total population in year ????. For example, P2000 refers to the total population in year 2000. %2000 refers to the percent of total population in this state as a percent of U.S. total population in year 2000.

Additional Information
Proximity 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. Contact Proximity (888-364-7656) with questions about data covered in this section or to discuss custom estimates, projections or analyses for your areas of interest.


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