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    1. 1. Tracking Changing Demographics of New Orleans www.gnocdc.org A product of Nonprofit Knowledge Works Allison Plyer Deputy Director
    2. 2. The proportion of working age population has increased across the MSA & New Orleans accounts for the majority of this shift % of population 18 to 64 years old Source: Census 2000, 2006 American Community Survey, and 2007 American Community Survey.
    3. 3. Source: Census 2000, 2006 American Community Survey, and 2007 American Community Survey. The proportion of children has decreased across the MSA & in each of the 3 largest parishes % of population 0 to 17 years old
    4. 4. Source: Census 2000, 2006 American Community Survey, and 2007 American Community Survey. The proportion of adults with less than a high school degree has decreased % of adults 25 years and older with less than a high school degree
    5. 5. Source: Census 2000, 2006 American Community Survey, and 2007 American Community Survey. A larger proportion of adults have a bachelors degree or higher % of adults 25 years and older with bachelors or higher
    6. 6. Source: Census 2000, 2006 American Community Survey, and 2007 American Community Survey. The MSA poverty rate is lower reflecting a decrease in Orleans, while the poverty rate in Jefferson & St. Tammany parishes has increased % of people in poverty
    7. 7. Source: Census 2000, 2006 American Community Survey, and 2007 American Community Survey. An increase in the homeownership rate indicates homeowners returned first, although this rate is now slowing or decreasing % of households that are owner-occupied
    8. 8. Source: Census 2000, 2006 American Community Survey, and 2007 American Community Survey. The MSA is more diverse with an increase in the percent of Hispanic and Asian with mixed shifts in the percent black and white at the parish level

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