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Ryan robinson city demographer presentation

  1. 1. Top Demographic Trends in Austin
  2. 2. Top Demographic Trends1. Long-term, sustained, rapid population growth.
  3. 3. Williamson TravisHays Bastrop Caldwell
  4. 4. 35th (1.73 million)
  5. 5. 3rd
  6. 6. Top Demographic Trends• Long-term, sustained, rapid population growth.• A decidedly suburban tilt to the decade’s population growth, more so than in the past.• A lumpy landscape of population growth and decline (especially within the central city).• Growth from Hispanics dominates overall growth.
  7. 7. Top Demographic Trends• Long-term, sustained, rapid population growth.• A decidedly suburban tilt to the decade’s population growth, more so than in the past• A lumpy landscape of population growth and decline (especially within the central city).• Growth from Hispanics dominates overall growth.• Rapid suburbanization of African American Households.• New chunks of growth for Austin’s age structure: the very young, baby boomers, and seniors.
  8. 8. Metro Areas with Fastest Growing Senior and Pre-SeniorPopulation, 2000 to 2010 Seniors (age 65 Plus) Pre-Seniors (age 55 to 64) Portland Boise Madison Salt Lake City Las Vegas Colorado Springs Raleigh Riverside Albuquerque Charlotte Atlanta DFW Austin Houston
  9. 9. Top Demographic Trends• Long-term, sustained, rapid population growth.• A decidedly suburban tilt to the decade’s population growth, more so than in the past• A lumpy landscape of population growth and decline (especially within the central city).• Growth from Hispanics dominates overall growth.• Suburbanization of African American Households.• New chunks of growth for Austin’s age structure: the very young, baby boomers, and seniors.• The Asian Boom.
  10. 10. 82K
  11. 11. 10th, at 6.3%
  12. 12. Top Demographic Trends• Long-term, sustained, rapid population growth.• A decidedly suburban tilt to the decade’s population growth, more so than in the past• Growth from Hispanics dominates overall growth.• Rapid suburbanization of African American Households.• New chunks of growth for Austin’s age structure: the very young, baby boomers, and seniors.• The Asian Boom.• Younger cohorts becoming overwhelmingly Hispanic.
  13. 13. Top Demographic Trends• Long-term, sustained, rapid population growth.• A decidedly suburban tilt to the decade’s population growth, more so than in the past• A lumpy landscape of population growth and decline (especially within the central city).• Growth from Hispanics dominate overall growth.• Rapid suburbanization of African American Households.• New chunks of growth for Austin’s age structure: the very young, baby boomers, and seniors.• The Asian Boom.• Younger cohorts becoming overwhelmingly Hispanic.• Socio-economic gaps are getting bigger.
  14. 14. DATA SOURCE: 2007 American Community Survey Data, Table B19113, US Census Bureau.

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