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Many people think of Staten Island, one of the five boroughs of New York City, as being mostly white and mostly native-born — but the fact is that, in 2010, more than 20% of the population of Staten …

Many people think of Staten Island, one of the five boroughs of New York City, as being mostly white and mostly native-born — but the fact is that, in 2010, more than 20% of the population of Staten Island was foreign-born. That was just one of the surprising details presented on Tuesday, April 23, 2013 by Joseph Salvo, director of the Population Division for NYC Planning, when he addressed Wagner College’s Hugh L. Carey Institute for Government Reform on the topic of “Staten Island and the Changing Immigrant Profile of New York City.” Both the video (60 min.) and slideshow are displayed on the Wagner College website — http://wagner.edu/newsroom/staten-islands-changing-immigrant-profile/

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  • 1. Staten Island and the ChangingImmigrant Profile of New York CityPresentation for the Carey Instituteof Wagner CollegeApril 23, 2013Joseph SalvoPOPULATION DIVISION
  • 2. Population Size andDynamics
  • 3. Census Change:Census Estimates 2010-20122010 2012 Number PercentNew York State 19,378,102 19,570,261 192,159 1.0New York City 8,175,133 8,336,697 161,564 2.0Bronx 1,385,108 1,408,473 23,365 1.7Brooklyn 2,504,700 2,565,635 60,935 2.4Manhattan 1,585,873 1,619,090 33,217 2.1Queens 2,230,722 2,272,771 42,049 1.9Staten Island 468,730 470,728 1,998 0.4NYC as % of NYS 42.2 42.6 84.1Change in Population, Census Bureau EstimatesApril 2010 to July 2012Source: 2010 Census; Census Bureau Current Estimates Program
  • 4. Estimated Components of Population Change (Annualized)Staten Island, 2010–2012-6,000 -4,000 -2,000 0 2,000 4,000 6,000Net InternationalMigrationNet DomesticMigrationPopulation ChangeNatural IncreaseNet MigrationSource: U.S. Census Bureau, Estimates Program
  • 5. Population Change for the 10 Largest Cities in the U.S., 2000 to 2010Ranked by Population in 2010*Achieved population peak in 2010Geographic AreaNumber Percent1 New York, NY* 8,008,278 8,175,133 166,855 2.12 Los Angeles, CA* 3,694,820 3,792,621 97,801 2.73 Chicago, IL 2,896,016 2,695,598 -200,418 -6.9Brooklyn, NY 2,465,326 2,504,700 39,374 1.6Queens, NY* 2,229,379 2,230,722 1,343 0.14 Houston, TX* 1,953,631 2,099,451 145,820 7.5Manhattan, NY 1,537,195 1,585,873 48,678 3.25 Philadelphia, PA 1,517,550 1,526,006 8,456 0.66 Phoenix, AZ* 1,321,045 1,445,632 124,587 9.4Bronx, NY 1,332,650 1,385,108 52,458 3.97 San Antonio, TX* 1,144,646 1,327,407 182,761 16.08 San Diego, CA* 1,223,400 1,307,402 84,002 6.99 Dallas, TX* 1,188,580 1,197,816 9,236 0.810 San Jose, CA* 894,943 945,942 50,999 5.739 Staten Island, NY* 443,728 468,730 25,002 5.6RankTotal Population Population ChangeNYC and Boroughs 2000 20102000-2010Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 and 2010 Census PL 94-171 FilesPopulation Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • 6. The Foreign BornDriving DemographicTransitions
  • 7. 5,401,4405,239,633Total Population by NativityNew York City, 1970 to 20105,137,2466,457,7401,670,1991,437,058PercentForeign-born18.223.635.928.45,142,584 37.22,082,9312,871,0323,042,315Source: U.S. Census of Population, 1970 to 2000; 2010 American Community Survey-Full SamplePopulation Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • 8. 368,866371,071334,427317,607268,748100,49772,65744,55034,51426,6950 100,000 200,000 300,000 400,000 500,00020102000199019801970Native-born Foreign-bornTotal Population by NativityStaten Island, 1970 to 2010 PercentForeign-born9.09.816.411.820.9Source: U.S. Census of Population, 1970 to 2000; 2011 American Community Survey, Full SamplePopulation Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • 9. Top Countries of Birth for the Foreign-bornNew York City and Staten Island, 2010*Includes Mainland China, Hong Kong and TaiwanSource: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 American Community Survey, Public Use Microdata SamplePopulation Division-New York City Department of City PlanningItaly9%Mexico8%China7%Philippines4%Poland4%Russia4%India3%Korea3%Colombia1%Jamaica1%Other56%Staten IslandTotal = 100,497New York CityTotal = 3,042,315DominicanRepublic13%China*11%Mexico6%Jamaica6%Guyana5%Ecuador4%Haiti3%Trinidad andTobago3%India2%Russia2%Other45%
  • 10. Population Distribution by Race/Hispanic Origin and AgeStaten Island, 20100%25%50%75%100%Total Under 18 18 to 24 25 to 44 45 to 64 65+Other &multiracial,nonhispanicAsian,nonhispanicHispanicBlack,nonhispanicWhite,nonhispanicSource: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census Summary File 1Population Division - New York City Department of City PlanningAge
  • 11. Chinese29%AsianIndian21%Filipino16%Korean13%Other21%PuertoRican48%Mexican19%Peruvian5%Dominican5%Ecuadorian4%Colombian3%Cuban2% Other14%Total = 81,552 Total = 37,709*Includes a small number of Asians who are of Hispanic origin.Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 American Community 1 Year EstimatePopulation Division-New York City Department of City PlanningHispanic and Asian SubgroupsStaten Island, 2010Asian*Hispanic
  • 12. Persons by Race/Hispanic OriginStaten Island, 2000-20100100,000200,000300,000400,000White, nonhispanic Hispanic Black, nonhispanic Asian, nonhispanic2000 2010PercentChange =Sources: U.S. Census Bureau: 2000 Census, Summary File 1; 2010 Census Summary File 1Population Division-New York City Department of City Planning-5.1 51.4 11.6 39.3
  • 13. Population by Hispanic SubgroupStaten Island, 2000-2010010,00020,00030,00040,000Puerto Rican Mexican Dominican Central American2000 201022.7 153.5 104.3 49.8PercentChange =Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 Simulated Hispanic File, 2010 Census Summary File 1Population Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • 14. Population by Asian SubgroupStaten Island, 2000-201005,00010,00015,000Chinese Filipino Asian Indian Korean2000 201077.6 13.8 4.6 -6.8PercentChange =Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 Census Summary File 1; 2010 Summary File 1Population Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • 15. SpeaksEnglish atHome301,57168%EnglishProficient88,90420%Not EnglishProficient50,66312%SpeaksEnglish atHome3,889,48351%EnglishProficient1,964,56125%Not EnglishProficient1,816,59924%Persons by English Language AbilityNew York City and Staten Island, 2010Total Persons Ages 5 and Over = 7,670,643Speakslanguageother thanEnglishat home49%3,781,160Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 American Community Survey-Public Use Microdata SamplePopulation Division-New York City Department of City PlanningTotal Persons Ages 5 and Over: 441,138Speakslanguageother thanEnglishat home32%139,567New York City Staten Island
  • 16. Limited English Proficient Populationby Language Spoken at HomeNew York City and Staten Island, 2010* Includes Chinese, Cantonese, Mandarin, and FormosanOverall LEP 1,789,398 Overall LEP 51,256Percent PercentTotal 100.0 Total 100.0Spanish 50.1 Spanish 33.4Chinese* 16.2 Russian 12.9Russian 6.6 Chinese* 12.5Korean 2.7 Italian 8.6French Creole 2.5 Arabic 4.1Italian 2.1 Korean 4.0New York City Staten IslandSource: U.S. Census Bureau, 2008-2010 American Community Survey, Public Use Microdata SamplePopulation Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • 17. Changing SettlementPatterns
  • 18. E New YorkCanarsieGreat KillsSt AlbansBay RdgS Ozone PkRosedaleSteinwayFlatlandsQueens VlgForest HlsBelleroseJamaicaWhitestoneHunts PtAstoriaMiddle VlgWesterleighFlatbushMurray HlCollege PtArden HtsBorough PkFlushingBaisley PkRidgewoodHollisJackson HtsLaureltonS JamaicaCrown Hts NW VlgBedfordRichmond HlMaspethElmhurstMidwoodCo‐Op CityGlendaleDyker HtsGreenpointMadisonBensonhurst WE FlushingWoodhavenGravesendAuburndaleBrownsvilleKew Gdns HlsE Hrlm NWoodsideCambria HtsOzone PkClintonRego PkCoronaE VlgOcean HlClinton HlStuyvesant HtsKew GdnsE Hrlm SN CoronaE ElmhurstPelham PkwySpringfield Gdns NCrown Hts SBaysideBayside HlsRossvilleWoodrowFar RckwyBayswaterLindenwoodHoward BchStapletonRosebankSeagateConey IsN SideS SideNew DorpMidland BchPk SlopeGowanusOakwoodOakwood BchE FlatbushFarragutWoodlawnWakefieldJamaica EstsHolliswoodNew BrightonSilver LakeMott HavenPrt MorrisRugbyRemsen VlgBriarwoodJamaica HlsSpringfield Gdns SBrookvilleAllertonPelham GdnsFresh MdwsUtopiaProspect Lffrts GdnsWingateCharlestonRichmond VlyTottenvilleHunters PtSunnysideW MaspethSchuylervilleThrogs NckEdgewater PkOld TownDongan HlsS BchDouglas MnrDouglastonLittle NckFt TottenBay TerClearvwN RiverdaleFieldstonRiverdaleSheepshead BayGerritsen BchMN BchPomonokFlushing HtsHillcrestNew SpringvilleBloomfieldTravisTodt HlEmerson HlHeartlnd VlgLghthouse HlAnnadaleHuguenotPrinces BayEltingvlMariners HbrArlingtonPrt IvoryGranitevilleSunset Pk WOakland GdnsHomecrestE WilliamsburgBensonhurst EUpper W SideSunset Pk EBath BchWash Hts SWash Hts NE TremontLower E SideQueensboro HlErasmusFt GreeneYorkvilleMt HopeNorwoodLincoln SqBelmontV Cortlandt VlgBronxdaleRikers IslandOld AstoriaBrighton BchChinatownOcean Pkwy SHamilton HtsMorningside HtsWindsor TerCentral Hrlm SLongwoodParkchstrWilliamsburgKingsbridge HtsProspect HtsW BrightonGramercyManhattanvilleFordhm SDUMBOVinegar HlDwntwn BKBoerum HlStarrett CityE New York (PA Ave)WillmsbridgeOlinvilleMidtownMidtown SCypress HlsCity LineWestchstrUnionprtElmhurstMaspethE ConcConc VlgClarmntBathgateW FarmsBronx RivUpper E SideCarnegie HlTurtle BayE MidtownUniversity HtsMorris HtsSpuyten DuyvilKingsbridgeMorrisaniaMelroseBedfrd PkFordhm NMarble HlInwoodSoundviewBrucknerMurray HlKips BayLenox HlRoosevelt IsKensingtonOcean PkwyBattery Pk CityLower MNMelrose SMott Haven NBK HtsCobble HlStuy TownCooper VlgEastchstrEdnwldBaychstrCarroll GdnsColumbia StRed HookGrymes HlCliftonFox HlsGlen OaksFloral PkNew Hyde PkW New BrightonNew BrightonSt GeorgeVan NestMorris PkWestchtr SqGrasmereArrocharFt WadsworthPelham BayCountry ClubCity IslandQueensbridgeRavenswoodLICHammelsArverneEdgemereSoundviewCastle HlClason PtHarding PkBreezy PtBelle HbrRckwy PkBroad ChannelHudson YrdsChelseaFlat IronUnion SqSoHoTriBeCaCivic CtrLittle ItalyGrgtwnMarine PkBergen BchMill BasinNeighborhood Tabulation Areas*New York City, 2010* Neighborhood Tabulation Areas or NTAs, areaggregations of census tracts that are subsets ofNew York Citys 55 Public Use Microdata Areas(PUMAs). Primarily due to these constraints,NTA boundaries and their associated names maynot definitively represent neighborhoods. Source: Population Division-New York City Department of City PlanningLAGUARDIAAIRPORTJOHN F. KENNEDYINTERNATIONAL AIRPORTBronxQueensStatenIslandManhattanBrooklyn
  • 19. Percent Change in Population by Neighborhood Tabulation Area*New York City, 2000 to 2010* Neighborhood Tabulation Areas or NTAs, areaggregations of census tracts that are subsets ofNew York Citys 55 Public Use Microdata Areas(PUMAs). Primarily due to these constraints,NTA boundaries and their associated names maynot definitively represent neighborhoods.Source: U.S. Census Bureau: 2000 and 2010 Censuses-Summary File 1Population Division-New York City Department of City PlanningLAGUARDIAAIRPORTJOHN F. KENNEDYINTERNATIONAL AIRPORT(8 neighborhoods)(25)(17)(31)(74)(17)(10)(6)Percent ChangeGain of 15.0% or more9.0% to 14.9%6.0% to 8.9%3.0% to 5.9%-6.0% to -8.9%-2.9% to 2.9%-3.0% to -5.9%-9.0% to -14.9%BronxQueensStatenIslandManhattanBrooklyn
  • 20. Percent Change in the White Nonhispanic Populationby Neighborhood Tabulation Area*New York City, 2000 to 2010* Neighborhood Tabulation Areas or NTAs, areaggregations of census tracts that are subsets ofNew York Citys 55 Public Use Microdata Areas(PUMAs). Primarily due to these constraints,NTA boundaries and their associated names maynot definitively represent neighborhoods.Source: U.S. Census Bureau: 2000 and 2010 Censuses-Summary File 1Population Division-New York City Department of City PlanningLAGUARDIAAIRPORTLAGUARDIAAIRPORTJOHN F. KENNEDYINTERNATIONAL AIRPORTLess than 5,000 White NHin 2000 and 2010(18 neighborhoods)(4)(8)(11)(25)(16)(22)(29)(6)Percent ChangeGain of 40.0% or more20.0% to 39.9%10.0% to 19.9%5.0% to 9.9%-10.0% to -19.9%-4.9% to 4.9%-5.0% to -9.9%-20.0% to -39.9%Loss of 40.0% or moreBronxQueensStatenIslandManhattanBrooklyn
  • 21. Percent Change in the Black Nonhispanic Populationby Neighborhood Tabulation Area*New York City, 2000 to 2010* Neighborhood Tabulation Areas or NTAs, are aggregations of census tracts that are subsets of New York Citys 55 Public Use Microdata Areas (PUMAs). Primarily due to these constraints, NTA boundaries and their associated names may not definitively represent neighborhoods.Source: U.S. Census Bureau: 2000 and 2010 Censuses-Summary File 1Population Division-New York City Department of City PlanningBronxQueensStatenIslandLAGUARDIAAIRPORTJOHN F. KENNEDYINTERNATIONAL AIRPORTManhattanBrooklynLess than 5,000 Black NHin 2000 and 2010(3 neighborhoods)(9)(9)(19)(15)(23)(10)(1)Percent ChangeGain of 20.0% or more10.0% to 19.9%5.0% to 9.9%-10.0% to -19.9%-4.9% to 4.9%-5.0% to -9.9%-20.0% to -39.9%Loss of 40.0% or more
  • 22. Percent Change in the Asian Nonhispanic Populationby Neighborhood Tabulation Area*New York City, 2000 to 2010* Neighborhood Tabulation Areas or NTAs, areaggregations of census tracts that are subsets ofNew York Citys 55 Public Use Microdata Areas(PUMAs). Primarily due to these constraints,NTA boundaries and their associated names maynot definitively represent neighborhoods.Source: U.S. Census Bureau: 2000 and 2010 Censuses-Summary File 1Population Division-New York City Department of City PlanningLAGUARDIAAIRPORTJOHN F. KENNEDYINTERNATIONAL AIRPORTLess than 5,000 Asian NHin 2000 and 2010(25 neighborhoods)(27)(5)(2)(2)(3)(1)Percent ChangeGain of 40.0% or more20.0% to 39.9%10.0% to 19.9%5.0% to 9.9%-10.0% to -19.9%-4.9% to 4.9%-5.0% to -9.9%BronxQueensStatenIslandManhattanBrooklyn
  • 23. Percent Change in the Hispanic Populationby Neighborhood Tabulation Area*New York City, 2000 to 2010* Neighborhood Tabulation Areas or NTAs, areaggregations of census tracts that are subsets ofNew York Citys 55 Public Use Microdata Areas(PUMAs). Primarily due to these constraints,NTA boundaries and their associated names maynot definitively represent neighborhoods.Source: U.S. Census Bureau: 2000 and 2010 Censuses-Summary File 1Population Division-New York City Department of City PlanningLAGUARDIAAIRPORTLAGUARDIAAIRPORTJOHN F. KENNEDYINTERNATIONAL AIRPORTLess than 5,000 Hispanicin 2000 and 2010(21 neighborhoods)(16)(24)(17)(24)(7)(14)(6)Percent ChangeGain of 40.0% or more20.0% to 39.9%10.0% to 19.9%5.0% to 9.9%-10.0% to -19.9%-4.9% to 4.9%-5.0% to -9.9%-20.0% to -39.9%BronxQueensStatenIslandManhattanBrooklyn
  • 24. Neighborhood Tabulation Areas*Staten Island, 2010* Neighborhood Tabulation Areas or NTAs, areaggregations of census tracts that are subsets ofNew York Citys 55 Public Use Microdata Areas(PUMAs). Primarily due to these constraints,NTA boundaries and their associated names maynot definitively represent neighborhoods. Source: Population Division-New York City Department of City PlanningTodt HillEmerson HillHeartland VillageLighthouse HillGreat KillsWesterleighArden HeightsPortRichmondRossvilleWoodrowStapletonRosebankNew DorpMidland BeachOakwoodOakwood BeachNew BrightonSilver LakeNew SpringvilleBloomfieldTravisCharlestonRichmond ValleyTottenvilleOld TownDongan HillsSouth BeachGrymes HillCliftonFox HillsWest New BrightonNew BrightonSt GeorgeGrasmereArrocharFort WadsworthAnnadaleHuguenotPrinces BayEltingvlilleMariners HarborArlingtonPort IvoryGraniteville
  • 25. Percent Change in Population by Neighborhood Tabulation Area*Staten Island, 2000 to 2010* Neighborhood Tabulation Areas or NTAs, areaggregations of census tracts that are subsets ofNew York Citys 55 Public Use Microdata Areas(PUMAs). Primarily due to these constraints,NTA boundaries and their associated names maynot definitively represent neighborhoods.Source: U.S. Census Bureau: 2000 and 2010 Censuses-Summary File 1Population Division-New York City Department of City PlanningPercent ChangeGain of 20.0% or more (1 neighborhood)10.0% to 19.9% (4)5.0% to 9.9% (5)Less than 5.0% (8)Great KillsWesterleighArden HeightsPortRichmondRossvilleWoodrowStapletonRosebankNew DorpMidland BeachOakwoodOakwood BeachNew BrightonSilver LakeNew SpringvilleBloomfieldTravisCharlestonRichmond ValleyTottenvilleOld TownDongan HillsSouth BeachGrymes HillCliftonFox HillsWest New BrightonNew BrightonSt GeorgeGrasmereArrocharFort WadsworthTodt HillEmerson HillHeartland VillageLighthouse HillAnnadaleHuguenotPrinces BayEltingvlilleMariners HarborArlingtonPort IvoryGraniteville
  • 26. Great KillsWesterleighArden HeightsPortRichmondRossvilleWoodrowStapletonRosebankNew DorpMidland BeachOakwoodOakwood BeachNew BrightonSilver LakeNew SpringvilleBloomfieldTravisCharlestonRichmond ValleyTottenvilleOld TownDongan HillsSouth BeachGrymes HillCliftonFox HillsWest New BrightonNew BrightonSt GeorgeGrasmereArrocharFort WadsworthTodt HillEmerson HillHeartland VillageLighthouse HillAnnadaleHuguenotPrinces BayEltingvlilleMariners HarborArlingtonPort IvoryGranitevillePercent ChangeGain of 20% or more (1 neighborhoods)10% to 19.9% (0)5% to 9.9% (1)-4.9% to 4.9% (6)-5.9% to -9.9% (5)-10.0% to -19.9% (3)Loss of 20.0% or more (2)Percent Change in the White Nonhispanic Populationby Neighborhood Tabulation Area*Staten Island, 2000 to 2010* Neighborhood Tabulation Areas or NTAs, areaggregations of census tracts that are subsets ofNew York Citys 55 Public Use Microdata Areas(PUMAs). Primarily due to these constraints,NTA boundaries and their associated names maynot definitively represent neighborhoods.Source: U.S. Census Bureau: 2000 and 2010 Censuses-Summary File 1Population Division-New York City Department of City PlanningLess than 1,000 White NHin 2000 and 2010
  • 27. Great KillsWesterleighArden HeightsPortRichmondRossvilleWoodrowStapletonRosebankNew DorpMidland BeachOakwoodOakwood BeachNew BrightonSilver LakeNew SpringvilleBloomfieldTravisCharlestonRichmond ValleyTottenvilleOld TownDongan HillsSouth BeachGrymes HillCliftonFox HillsWest New BrightonNew BrightonSt GeorgeGrasmereArrocharFort WadsworthTodt HillEmerson HillHeartland VillageLighthouse HillAnnadaleHuguenotPrinces BayEltingvlilleMariners HarborArlingtonPort IvoryGranitevillePercent Change in the Black Nonhispanic Populationby Neighborhood Tabulation Area*Staten Island, 2000 to 2010* Neighborhood Tabulation Areas or NTAs, areaggregations of census tracts that are subsets ofNew York Citys 55 Public Use Microdata Areas(PUMAs). Primarily due to these constraints,NTA boundaries and their associated names maynot definitively represent neighborhoods.Source: U.S. Census Bureau: 2000 and 2010 Censuses-Summary File 1Population Division-New York City Department of City PlanningPercent ChangeGain of 20.0% or more (3 neighborhoods)10.0% to 19.9% (1)5.0% to 9.9% (0)Less than 5.0% (3)Less than 1,000 Black NHin 2000 and 2010
  • 28. Percent ChangeGain of 80.0% or more (3 neighborhoods)50.0% to 79.9% (3)20.0% to 49.9% (2)10.0% to 19.9% (1)5.0% to 9.9% (2)Less than 5.0% (0)Great KillsWesterleighArden HeightsPortRichmondRossvilleWoodrowStapletonRosebankNew DorpMidland BeachOakwoodOakwood BeachNew BrightonSilver LakeNew SpringvilleBloomfieldTravisCharlestonRichmond ValleyTottenvilleOld TownDongan HillsSouth BeachGrymes HillCliftonFox HillsWest New BrightonNew BrightonSt GeorgeGrasmereArrocharFort WadsworthTodt HillEmerson HillHeartland VillageLighthouse HillAnnadaleHuguenotPrinces BayEltingvlilleMariners HarborArlingtonPort IvoryGranitevillePercent Change in the Asian Nonhispanic Populationby Neighborhood Tabulation Area*Staten Island, 2000 to 2010* Neighborhood Tabulation Areas or NTAs, areaggregations of census tracts that are subsets ofNew York Citys 55 Public Use Microdata Areas(PUMAs). Primarily due to these constraints,NTA boundaries and their associated names maynot definitively represent neighborhoods.Source: U.S. Census Bureau: 2000 and 2010 Censuses-Summary File 1Population Division-New York City Department of City PlanningLess than 1,000 Asian NHin 2000 and 2010
  • 29. Great KillsWesterleighArden HeightsPortRichmondRossvilleWoodrowStapletonRosebankNew DorpMidland BeachOakwoodOakwood BeachNew BrightonSilver LakeNew SpringvilleBloomfieldTravisCharlestonRichmond ValleyTottenvilleOld TownDongan HillsSouth BeachGrymes HillCliftonFox HillsWest New BrightonNew BrightonSt GeorgeGrasmereArrocharFort WadsworthTodt HillEmerson HillHeartland VillageLighthouse HillAnnadaleHuguenotPrinces BayEltingvlilleMariners HarborArlingtonPort IvoryGranitevillePercent Change in the Hispanic Populationby Neighborhood Tabulation Area*Staten Island, 2000 to 2010* Neighborhood Tabulation Areas or NTAs, areaggregations of census tracts that are subsets ofNew York Citys 55 Public Use Microdata Areas(PUMAs). Primarily due to these constraints,NTA boundaries and their associated names maynot definitively represent neighborhoods.Source: U.S. Census Bureau: 2000 and 2010 Censuses-Summary File 1Population Division-New York City Department of City PlanningLess than 1,000 Hispanicin 2000 and 2010Percent ChangeGain of 80.0% or more (2 neighborhoods)50.0% to 79.9% (5)20.0% to 49.9% (10)10.0% to 19.9% (0)5.0% to 9.9% (0)Less than 5.0% (0)
  • 30. The Future
  • 31. Population Distribution by Race/Hispanic Origin and AgeStaten Island, 20100%25%50%75%100%Total Under 18 18 to 24 25 to 44 45 to 64 65+Other &multiracial,nonhispanicAsian,nonhispanicHispanicBlack,nonhispanicWhite,nonhispanicSource: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census Summary File 1Population Division - New York City Department of City PlanningAge
  • 32. 2007: 8,274,5272030: 9,119,811481,613551,9062,528,0502,718,9672,270,3382,565,3521,373,6591,457,0391,620,8671,826,547Population by BoroughNew York City, 2007 and 2030BronxManhattanQueensBrooklynStatenIslandNew York CitySources: 2007 Census Bureau Estimates, 2030 Department of City Planning Population ProjectionsPopulation Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • 33. 172,653132,044409,769280,973294,919195,594102,96657,0831,352,375926,07516.112.111.89.615.111.118.711.914.511.514.811.7BronxManhattanQueensBrooklynStatenIslandNew York City372,068260,021Sources: 2007 Census Bureau Estimates, 2030 Department of City Planning Population ProjectionsPopulation Division-New York City Department of City PlanningNew York City’s Population 65 and Overby Borough, 2007 and 2030
  • 34. Data Links• DCP Population Division Web site:www.nyc.gov/population• New York City Census FactFinder:http://gis.nyc.gov/dcp/pa/address.jsp• Census Bureau Web site:www.census.gov

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