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Subtitled, "How and Will They Gain Power in Government," this was the slideshow that accompanied a lecture by Joseph Salvo, chief of the Population Division at the New York City Department of City …

Subtitled, "How and Will They Gain Power in Government," this was the slideshow that accompanied a lecture by Joseph Salvo, chief of the Population Division at the New York City Department of City Planning, delivered on March 12, 2009 to Wagner College's Hugh L. Carey Center for Government Reform.

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  • 1. Immigration and Population Change
    A Population Update
    Hugh L. Carey Center for Government Reform
    “New Immigrants to New York: How and Will They Gain Power in Government”
    March 12, 2009
    JOSEPH SALVO
    POPULATION DIVISION
  • 2. The Five Boroughs of New York City
    BRONX
    MANHATTAN
    QUEENS
    BROOKLYN
    STATEN
    ISLAND
  • 3. The Components of Population Change
  • 4. Enumerated, Estimated, and ProjectedPopulations
    New York City and Boroughs, 2000-2035
    9,282,799
    8,361,884
    8,213,839
    8,008,278
    2010†
    2035†
    2005**
    2000*
    *Data from Census 2000 enumeration
    **Estimate from US Census Bureau Population Estimates Program
    †NYC DCP Population Division Projections
  • 5. Population Change
    Natural Increase
    Net Migration
    Net International
    Migration
    Net Domestic
    Migration
    Estimated Components of Population ChangeNew York City, 2000–2007
    Thousands
  • 6. Total Births and Births to Foreign-born MothersNew York City, 2006
    Sources: NYC Department of Health
    New York State Department of Health
    Population Division NYC Department of City Planning
    *Includes Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan
  • 7. The Foreign-Born Population
  • 8. Total Population by NativityNew York City, 1970–2006
    Percent
    Foreign-born
    6,457,740
    18.2
    1,437,058
    23.6
    5,401,440
    1,670,199
    28.4
    2,082,931
    5,239,633
    35.9
    2,871,032
    5,137,246
    37.0
    5,176,287
    3,038,139
  • 9. Top Places of Birth for the Foreign-bornNew York City, 1970 and 2006
    1970
    2006
  • 10. Percent Distribution of the Foreign-bornMost Populous U.S. Cities, 2006
    Los Angeles
    Total=1,507,032
    New York City
    Total=3,038,073
    * China includes Hong Kong & Taiwan.
  • 11. Percent Distribution of the Foreign-bornMost Populous U.S. Cities, 2006
    New York City
    Total=3,038,073
    Chicago
    Total=599,802
    * China includes Hong Kong & Taiwan.
  • 12. Percent Distribution of the Foreign-bornMost Populous U.S. Cities, 2006
    New York City
    Total=3,038,073
    Houston
    Total=576,035
    * China includes Hong Kong & Taiwan.
  • 13. Race/Hispanic Origin/Ancestry
  • 14. Race Groups by Ethnicity and AncestryNew York City, 2006
    Black
    Total = 1,892,946
    White
    Total = 2,854,736
    Hispanic
    Total = 2,276,640
    Asian
    Total = 956,218
  • 15. Race/Hispanic Origin by AgeNew York City, 2006
  • 16. English Language Proficiency
  • 17. English Language Ability of Persons Ages 5 and OverNew York City, 2006
    Not English
    Proficient
    23.5%
    1,791,664
    Speaks
    language
    other than
    English
    at home
    47.8%
    3,651,805
    Speaks English
    at home
    52.2%
    3,986,074
    English
    proficient
    24.4%
    1,860,141
    Total: 7,637,879
  • 18. Limited English Proficient Population
    by Nativity and Language
    New York City, 2006
  • 19.
  • 20. Labor Force and Industry
  • 21. Nativity of Labor Force by Selected IndustryNew York City, 2007
    Percent
    Foreign-
    born:
    64.9
    63.5
    52.3
    53.9
    25.1
    38.1
    36.3
    43.5
    58.6
    31.6
    47 Percent of All Workers were Foreign-Born
    * Includes Professional, Scientific, Management, Administrative and Waste Management
    ** Includes Arts, Entertainment, Recreation, and Other Services (Except Public Administration)
  • 22. Population Projections
  • 23. Population by Borough
    New York City, 2007 and 2035
    Bronx
    1,374,968
    1,463,525
    New York City
    Manhattan
    2007: 8,263,929
    1,627,332
    2035: 9,282,799
    1,891,582
    Queens
    2,253,813
    2,600,832
    Brooklyn
    2,531,396
    2,760,876
    Staten
    Island
    476,420
    565,984
    Source: Population Division Projections, NYC Dept of City Planning
  • 24. New York City’s Children, 2007 and 2035
    Bronx
    386,594
    396,038
    26.4
    28.8
    Manhattan
    276,374
    288,250
    New York City
    1,934,339
    1,922,938
    17.0
    15.2
    508,477
    500,501
    22.2
    19.6
    Queens
    646,601
    617,460
    23.4
    20.7
    2035
    2007
    25.5
    22.4
    Brooklyn
    Staten
    Island
    122,157
    114,825
    24.1
    21.6
  • 25. New York City’s Elderly, 2007 and 2035
    Bronx
    187,228
    132,276
    12.8
    9.6
    Manhattan
    New York City
    331,366
    196,664
    1,490,581
    12.1
    17.5
    928,166
    411,903
    260,510
    15.8
    11.6
    Queens
    16.1
    11.2
    2035
    2007
    448,185
    281,610
    11.1
    16.2
    Brooklyn
    Staten
    Island
    111,999
    57,107
    19.8
    12.0
  • 26. WEB SITE
    WWW.NYC.GOV/PLANNING