Friday, May 26, 2017

UPDATE. U.S. Census Bureau population estimates for 2016: 33 Wisconsin counties lose population

Madison, Dane County lead the state population growth in latest U.S. Census estimates.  (Wisconsin State Journal, 5/26/2017)
Released annually, the census data estimates the population nationwide as of July 1, 2016, a date used every year. 
The figures are based on births and deaths, domestic migration — determined sometimes through tax returns — and international migration, said David Egan-Robertson, a demographer with UW-Madison's Applied Population Laboratory.

Original 3/27/2016 post, U.S. Census Bureau population estimates:  Nearly half of Wisconsin counties lose population", starts here.

From July 1, 2014, to July 1, 2015.

In most cases the population loss is very small.  For example, Adams County dropped to 20,148 in 2015 from 20,194 in 2014 -- a loss of 46 residents.

Source for color coding:  U.S. Census Bureau American Fact Finder

Related posts:
Wisconsin population projections, 2010-2040: Top 10 counties by % decline and growth.  (5/14/2015)
Top 10 Wisconsin Counties by Percentage of Population Growth, Loss (2010-2014).  (3/27/2015)
Wiscousin counties:  Population 65 and older.  (10/24/2014)
Wisconsin trivia: What was Wisconsin's 2nd-largest city in 1910?  (/9/1/2014)
Dane County tallies 39% of state's population growth since 2010.  (3/27/2014)
2012 U.S. Census population estimates: More gains than losses among Wisconsin's largest communities.  (5/28/2013)

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