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  • The Dynamics of Population Changein New York’s NeighborhoodsPresentation for the Macaulay Honors CollegeThe City University of New YorkJanuary 24, 2013 Joseph Salvo POPULATION DIVISION TM
  • The Population Dynamic
  • Population Change for the 10 Largest Cities in the U.S., 2000 to 2010 Ranked by Population in 2010 Geographic Area Total Population Population Change 2000-2010 Rank NYC and Boroughs 2000 2010 Number Percent 1 New York, NY* 8,008,278 8,175,133 166,855 2.1 2 Los Angeles, CA* 3,694,820 3,792,621 97,801 2.7 3 Chicago, IL 2,896,016 2,695,598 -200,418 -6.9 Brooklyn, NY 2,465,326 2,504,700 39,374 1.6 Queens, NY* 2,229,379 2,230,722 1,343 0.1 4 Houston, TX* 1,953,631 2,099,451 145,820 7.5 Manhattan, NY 1,537,195 1,585,873 48,678 3.2 5 Philadelphia, PA 1,517,550 1,526,006 8,456 0.6 6 Phoenix, AZ* 1,321,045 1,445,632 124,587 9.4 Bronx, NY 1,332,650 1,385,108 52,458 3.9 7 San Antonio, TX* 1,144,646 1,327,407 182,761 16.0 8 San Diego, CA* 1,223,400 1,307,402 84,002 6.9 9 Dallas, TX* 1,188,580 1,197,816 9,236 0.8 10 San Jose, CA* 894,943 945,942 50,999 5.7*Achieved population peak in 2010 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 and 2010 Census PL 94-171 Files Population Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • Population Change New York City and Boroughs, 2010-2011 Change, 2010-2011 2010 2011 Number PercentNew York City 8,175,133 8,244,910 69,777 0.9 Bronx 1,385,108 1,392,002 6,894 0.5 Brooklyn 2,504,700 2,532,645 27,945 1.1 Manhattan 1,585,873 1,601,948 16,075 1.0 Queens 2,230,722 2,247,848 17,126 0.8 Staten Island 468,730 470,467 1,737 0.4 Source: U.S. Census Bureau: 2010 Census-Summary File 1 and 2011 Population Estimates Program Population Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • Estimated Components of Population Change New York City, 2010-2011 Population Change Natural Increase Net Migration Net International Migration Net Domestic Migration-75 -50 -25 0 25 50 75 100 Thousands Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2011 Estimates Program as revised by Population Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • Total Population by NativityNew York City, 1970 to 2010 Percent Foreign-born 6,457,740 1,437,058 18.2 5,401,440 1,670,199 23.6 5,239,633 2,082,931 28.4 5,137,246 2,871,032 35.9 5,142,584 3,042,315 37.2 Source: U.S. Census of Population, 1970 to 2000; 2010 American Community Survey-Full Sample Population Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • Top Countries of Birth for the Foreign-born New York City and United States, 2010 New York City United States Dominican Republic 13% China* 11% Other 45% Total = 3,042,315 Total = 39,955,673 Mexico 6% Jamaica 6% Guyana 5% Russia Ecuador 4% 2% India Trinidad & Haiti Tobago 3% 2% 3%* Includes Hong Kong and Taiwan Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 American Community Survey-FactFinder Population Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • Population Distribution by Race/Hispanic Origin New York City and Boroughs, 2010100% Other & multiracial, no nhispanic75% Asian, nonhisp anic Black, nonhisp50% anic Hispanic25% White, nonhisp anic 0% NYC Bronx Brooklyn Manhattan Queens Staten Island Source: U.S. Census Bureau: 2010 Census-Summary File 1 Population Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • Hispanic and Asian Subgroups New York City, 2010 Hispanic Asian* Vietnamese 1% Japanese 2% Other Other Pakistani 6% 16% 4% Cuban 2% Puerto BangladeshiHonduran Rican 5% 2% 31% Colombian Filipino 4% 7% Chinese** Total = 2,336,076 Total = 1,038,388 47% Ecuadorian 7% Korean 9% Mexican 13% Dominican Republic Asian Indian 25% 19% *Includes a small number of Asians who are of Hispanic origin. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census-Summary File 1 ** Includes Taiwanese Population Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • Population by Hispanic Subgroup New York City, 2000-2010PercentChange = -11.2 8.2 73.7 14.9 7.9 -11.7 -8.5 10.1800,000600,000400,000200,000 0 Puerto Rican Dominican Mexican Ecuadorian Central Colombian Cuban Peruvian American 2000 2010 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 Simulated Hispanic File; 2010 Census-Summary File 1 Population Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • Population by Asian Subgroup New York City, 2000-2010PercentChange = 34.6 12.5 11.9 22.4 73.8 177.7 500,000 400,000 300,000 200,000 100,000 0 Chinese Asian Indian Korean Filipino Pakistani Bangladeshi 2000 2010 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 and 2010 Censuses-Summary File 1 Population Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • Settlement Patterns forSelected Characteristics
  • Neighborhood Tabulation Areas* New York City, 2010 N Riverdale Fieldston Riverdale Woodlawn Wakefield Willmsbridge Spuyten Duyvil Olinville Kingsbridge Eastchstr Marble Hl Norwood V Cortlandt Vlg Bedfrd Pk Ednwld Co-Op City Baychstr Bronx Inwood Fordhm N Kingsbridge Hts Bronxdale Allerton Pelham Gdns Wash Hts N Fordhm SBelmont University Hts Pelham Pkwy Morris Hts Mt Hope Van Nest Morris Pk Pelham Bay Clarmnt Tremont E Westchtr Sq Country Club Bathgate City Island Wash Hts S Parkchstr E Conc W Farms Conc Vlg Bronx Riv Westchstr Unionprt Morrisania Soundview Hamilton Hts Melrose Bruckner Schuylerville Throgs Nck Soundview Edgewater Pk Manhattanville MelroseLongwood S Castle Hl Manhattan Mott Haven N Clason Pt Harding Pk Hunts Pt Morningside Hts Mott Haven Prt Morris Central Hrlm S E Hrlm N Upper W Side E Hrlm S Rikers Island Whitestone Queens Ft Totten Bay Ter College Pt Clearvw Lincoln Sq Yorkville Steinway LAGUARDIA Upper E Side AIRPORT Carnegie Hl Old Astoria Murray Hl Lenox Hl Clinton Roosevelt Is Douglas Mnr Midtown Flushing Bayside Douglaston Astoria E Elmhurst Bayside Hls Little Nck Midtown S Queensbridge Jackson Hts Turtle Bay Ravenswood E Flushing E Midtown LIC N Corona Hudson Yrds Chelsea Glen Oaks Flat Iron Murray Hl Woodside Auburndale Floral Pk Union Sq Kips Bay Elmhurst Queensboro Hl Oakland Gdns New Hyde Pk Hunters Pt Corona Sunnyside Elmhurst Gramercy W Maspeth Maspeth Fresh Mdws Pomonok Bellerose W Vlg Stuy Town Flushing Hts Utopia Cooper Vlg Greenpoint Hillcrest E Vlg Rego Pk Maspeth SoHo Kew Gdns Hls TriBeCa Forest Hls Civic Ctr Jamaica Ests Little Italy Lower E Side N Side Middle Vlg Holliswood Queens Vlg Chinatown S Side E Williamsburg Briarwood Jamaica Hls Hollis Battery Pk City Kew Gdns Lower MN DUMBO Ridgewood Vinegar Hl Williamsburg Glendale Jamaica Dwntwn BK Boerum Hl BK Hts Richmond Hl S Jamaica Cambria Hts Cobble Hl Ft Greene Bedford St Albans Woodhaven Stuyvesant Hts Clinton Hl Cypress Hls City Line Carroll Gdns Baisley Pk Columbia St Prospect Hts Red Hook Ocean Hl Ozone Pk S Ozone Pk Laurelton Crown Hts N Brooklyn Pk Slope Gowanus Crown Hts S E New York (PA Ave) Brownsville Springfield Gdns N Springfield Gdns S Brookville Prospect Lffrts Gdns E New York Wingate Lindenwood Rosedale Howard Bch Windsor Ter Rugby Sunset Pk W Remsen Vlg Starrett City JOHN F. KENNEDY Erasmus INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT W New Brighton Sunset Pk E Flatbush New Brighton Kensington St George Ocean Pkwy E Flatbush Farragut Canarsie Mariners Hbr Arlington New Brighton Prt Ivory Borough Pk Graniteville Silver Lake Bay Rdg Flatlands Grgtwn Dyker Hts Marine Pk Grymes Hl Midwood Bergen Bch Clifton Ocean Pkwy S Mill Basin Westerleigh Fox Hls Stapleton Bensonhurst W Rosebank New Springville Madison Bloomfield Grasmere Bath Bch Far Rckwy Travis Arrochar Bensonhurst E Bayswater Ft Wadsworth Staten Old Town Dongan Hls Gravesend Homecrest Sheepshead Bay Gerritsen Bch Hammels Arverne Edgemere Todt Hl S Bch MN Bch Island Emerson Hl Heartlnd Vlg Lghthouse Hl New Dorp Seagate Coney Is Brighton Bch W Brighton Midland Bch Oakwood Oakwood Bch Breezy Pt Belle Hbr Rckwy Pk Arden Hts Broad Channel Great Kills Rossville Woodrow Annadale Huguenot Charleston Princes Bay Richmond Vly* Neighborhood Tabulation Areas or NTAs, are Tottenville Eltingvlaggregations of census tracts that are subsets ofNew York Citys 55 Public Use Microdata Areas(PUMAs). Primarily due to theseconstraints, NTA boundaries and their associatednames may not definitively represent Source: Population Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • Population Growth by Race/Hispanic Origin New York City, 2000-2010PercentChange = -5.1 -2.8 31.8 8.13,000,0002,500,0002,000,0001,500,0001,000,000 500,000 0 Black nonhispanic White nonhispanic Asian nonhispanic Hispanic 2000 2010 Sources: U.S. Census Bureau: 2000 and 2010 Censuses-Summary File 1 Population Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • Percent Change in Population by Neighborhood Tabulation Area* New York City, 2000 to 2010 Bronx Percent Change Gain of 15.0% or more (8 neighborhoods) Manhattan Queens 9.0% to 14.9% (25) 6.0% to 8.9% (17) LAGUARDIA AIRPORT 3.0% to 5.9% (31) -2.9% to 2.9% (74) -3.0% to -5.9% (17) -6.0% to -8.9% (10) -9.0% to -14.9% (6) Brooklyn JOHN F. KENNEDY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Staten Island* Neighborhood Tabulation Areas or NTAs, areaggregations of census tracts that are subsets ofNew York Citys 55 Public Use Microdata Areas(PUMAs). Primarily due to theseconstraints, NTA boundaries and their associated Source: U.S. Census Bureau: 2000 and 2010 Censuses-Summary File 1names may not definitively represent Population Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • Percent Change in the Black Nonhispanic Population by Neighborhood Tabulation Area* New York City, 2000 to 2010 Bronx Percent Change Manhattan Queens 20.0% to 39.9% (3 neighborhoods) 10.0% to 19.9% (9) LAGUARDIA AIRPORT 5.0% to 9.9% (9) -4.9% to 4.9% (19) -5.0% to -9.9% (15) -10.0% to -19.9% (23) -20.0% to -39.9% (10) Loss of 40.0% or more (1) Less than 5,000 Black NH in 2000 and 2010 Brooklyn JOHN F. KENNEDY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Staten Island* Neighborhood Tabulation Areas or NTAs, areaggregations of census tracts that are subsets ofNew York Citys 55 Public Use Microdata Areas(PUMAs). Primarily due to theseconstraints, NTA boundaries and their associated Source: U.S. Census Bureau: 2000 and 2010 Censuses-Summary File 1names may not definitively represent Population Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • Percent Change in the White Nonhispanic Population by Neighborhood Tabulation Area* New York City, 2000 to 2010 Bronx Percent Change Gain of 40.0% or more (18 neighborhoods) Manhattan Queens 20.0% to 39.9% (4) 10.0% to 19.9% (8) LAGUARDIA AIRPORT 5.0% to 9.9% (11) -4.9% to 4.9% (25) -5.0% to -9.9% (16) -10.0% to -19.9% (22) -20.0% to -39.9% (29) Loss of 40.0% or more (6) Less than 5,000 White NH in 2000 and 2010 Brooklyn JOHN F. KENNEDY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Staten Island* Neighborhood Tabulation Areas or NTAs, areaggregations of census tracts that are subsets ofNew York Citys 55 Public Use Microdata Areas(PUMAs). Primarily due to theseconstraints, NTA boundaries and their associated Source: U.S. Census Bureau: 2000 and 2010 Censuses-Summary File 1names may not definitively represent Population Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • Percent Change in the Asian Nonhispanic Population by Neighborhood Tabulation Area* New York City, 2000 to 2010 Bronx Percent Change Gain of 40.0% or more (25 neighborhoods) Manhattan Queens 20.0% to 39.9% (27) 10.0% to 19.9% (5) LAGUARDIA AIRPORT 5.0% to 9.9% (2) -4.9% to 4.9% (2) -5.0% to -9.9% (3) -10.0% to -19.9% (1) Less than 5,000 Asian NH in 2000 and 2010 Brooklyn JOHN F. KENNEDY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Staten Island* Neighborhood Tabulation Areas or NTAs, areaggregations of census tracts that are subsets ofNew York Citys 55 Public Use Microdata Areas(PUMAs). Primarily due to theseconstraints, NTA boundaries and their associated Source: U.S. Census Bureau: 2000 and 2010 Censuses-Summary File 1names may not definitively represent Population Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • Percent Change in the Hispanic Population by Neighborhood Tabulation Area* New York City, 2000 to 2010 Bronx Percent Change Gain of 40.0% or more (21 neighborhoods) Manhattan Queens 20.0% to 39.9% (16) 10.0% to 19.9% (24) LAGUARDIA AIRPORT 5.0% to 9.9% (17) -4.9% to 4.9% (24) -5.0% to -9.9% (7) -10.0% to -19.9% (14) -20.0% to -39.9% (6) Less than 5,000 Hispanic in 2000 and 2010 Brooklyn JOHN F. KENNEDY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Staten Island* Neighborhood Tabulation Areas or NTAs, areaggregations of census tracts that are subsets ofNew York Citys 55 Public Use Microdata Areas(PUMAs). Primarily due to theseconstraints, NTA boundaries and their associated Source: U.S. Census Bureau: 2000 and 2010 Censuses-Summary File 1names may not definitively represent Population Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • Persons by English Language Ability New York City, 2010 Not English Speaks Proficientlanguage 1,816,599other than 24% Speaks English English at at home Home 3,889,483 49% English 51%3,781,160 Proficient 1,964,561 25% Total Persons Ages 5 and Over = 7,670,643 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 American Community Survey-Public Use Microdata Sample Population Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • Limited English Proficient Population by Language Spoken at Home New York City, 2010 Number Percent Total LEP 1,816,599 100.0 Top LEP Languages Spanish 915,742 50.4 Chinese* 299,560 16.5 Russian 113,943 6.3 French Creole 48,501 2.7 Korean 47,201 2.6 Italian 39,076 2.2 Bengali 38,714 2.1 Polish 29,928 1.6 Yiddish 29,768 1.6 Arabic 26,607 1.5* Includes Chinese, Cantonese, Mandarin, and Formosan Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 American Community Survey-Public Use Microdata Sample Population Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • Limited English Proficient Population for the Population 5 Years and over by Neighborhood Tabulation Area* New York City, 2006-2010 Bronx Manhattan Percent Queens 50.0% or more (9 neighborhoods) 40.0 % to 49.9% (12) 30.0% to 39.9% (40) 20.0% to 29.9% (35) NYC Average = 23.4% Less than 20% (92) Brooklyn Staten Island* Neighborhood Tabulation Areas or NTAs, areaggregations of census tracts that are subsets ofNew York Citys 55 Public Use Microdata Areas(PUMAs). Primarily due to theseconstraints, NTA boundaries and their associated Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2006-2010 American Community Survey-FactFindernames may not definitively represent Population Division-New York City Department of City Planning
  • Selected Socioeconomic Characteristics of New York City’s Top 10 Foreign-born Groups, 2010 Educational Attainment3 % Limited % High School % College Total English Graduate Graduate Population Sex Ratio Proficient2 or Higher or Higher Total 8,185,314 90 23.7 79.3 33.3 Native-born 5,138,863 93 6.5 86.2 39.7 Foreign-born 3,046,451 87 50.0 71.7 26.3 Dominican Republic 378,199 71 69.9 55.6 10.7 China1 351,314 89 78.3 59.9 25.1 Mexico 187,086 144 83.3 42.2 4.8 Jamaica 169,863 75 0.7 77.9 19.3 Guyana 138,549 83 2.3 77.2 19.0 Ecuador 138,097 112 77.0 58.8 9.8 Haiti 97,516 72 50.2 79.7 17.6 Trinidad and Tobago 84,347 66 0.4 86.3 15.9 India 72,803 112 37.9 81.9 52.8 Russia 70,123 70 63.5 91.3 49.31 Includes Hong Kong and Taiwan2 Persons 5 years and over3 Persons 25 years and over Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 American Community Survey-Public Use Microdata Sample Population Division- New York City Department of City Planning
  • Selected Socioeconomic Characteristics of New York City’s Top 10 Foreign-born Groups, 2010 Income and Poverty Labor Force Median Participation Rate 4 Household Poverty Males Females Income Rate Total 75.9 66.7 $48,366 20.3 Native-born 70.3 67.1 $51,792 21.3 Foreign-born 83.2 66.1 $44,335 18.6 Dominican Republic 77.6 66.4 $30,229 25.9 China1 76.7 66.4 $40,506 21.5 Mexico 94.3 48.9 $37,282 28.5 Jamaica 78.8 82.9 $49,374 13.4 Guyana 81.7 76.5 $60,457 9.0 Ecuador 89.1 59.8 $43,731 17.2 Haiti 80.8 74.4 $44,940 16.2 Trinidad and Tobago 80.4 77.2 $42,320 14.3 India 81.9 56.5 $61,667 13.1 Russia 83.2 73.3 $42,320 14.81 Includes Hong Kong and Taiwan4 Persons 16-64 years old Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 American Community Survey-Public Use Microdata Sample Population Division- New York City Department of City Planning
  • 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