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1 Sociodemographic Trends Affecting Housing the Portland Metro Area Sheila A. Martin, Ph.D., Professor and Director Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies/ Population Research Center

2 MKN Website: mkn.research.pdx.edu mkn.research.pdx.edu Greater Portland Pulse: portlandpulse.org

3 PRC Website: IMS Website:

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5 Source: U.S. Decennial Census ( ) Total MSA Population: 1960 = 881, = 2,226,009

6 Demography 101 Population growth = Births - Deaths + Migration

7 Components of Population Change Population Change Percent Change, Oregon409, % Clackamas37, % Multnomah74, % Washington84, % Clark80, %

8 Source: 2009 U.S. Census Estimates Components of Net Migration

9 Source: 2000 and 2010 Decennial Census via PortlandPulse.org Portland Region Age Pyramids: Mid-life crisis?

10 Source: U.S. Decennial Census (2000, 2010)

11 Average wages falling Relative to the Metro US Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis via Portlandpulse.org 1996: 103% 2008: 96%

12 Household Characteristics

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15 Sociodemographic Trends Affecting Housing in the Portland Metro Area Sheila A. Martin, Ph.D., Professor and Director Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies/ Population Research Center


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