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1 Minnesota Demographic Change CHARIS Ecumenical Center Tom Gillaspy Minnesota Planning November, 2001

2 Minnesotas Population Is Increasing, especially in the suburbs Growing older More racially and culturally diverse, though still not very

3 All States In The Region Grew Faster In The 90s Than 80s

4 Change in Total Population for North Dakota and Minnesota Percentage Change between 1990 and 2000

5 The Growth Collar Grew rapidly In The 90s While Growth Was Modest Elsewhere

6 Source: U.S. Census Bureau

7 Population Growth Is Fastest Around The Twin Cities Area

8 Minnesota Natural Increase Is Slowing While Migration Increasing Census Bureau estimate and vital statistics

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10 Minnesota Change By Age Group 1990 to Census

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12 Change in Persons Age 0 to 18 for North Dakota and Minnesota Percentage Change between 1990 and 2000

13 Minnesota Public School Enrollment Projected To 2008 US Dept of Education

14 Minnesota Is Increasingly Racially Diverse, But Not Very, By National Standards Percent minority increased from 6.3 percent in 1990 to 11.8 percent in 2000, compared with 30.9 percent for the nation.

15 Growth 1990 to 2000 In Selected Minnesota Race and Ethnic Groups 2000 Census, NH abbreviation for Not Hispanic

16 Minnesotas Asian Population Saw Rapid Growth In Most Groups

17 Minnesotas Latino Population Saw Large Gains In All Origins, Especially Mexican

18 Minnesotas Foreign Born Population Data for 2000 is C2SS high and low 5.8% of total population in 2000, up from 2.6% in 90 but was 28.9% in 1900

19 Non-English Speaking Students: While Minneapolis and St. Paul have the largest numbers, some smaller districts also have substantial proportions Mn Dept of Children Families & Learning

20 Minnesota Housing Vacancy Rates

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22 Some Sources of Demographic Information State Demographer Helpline Metro Council Census Bureau Hennepin County


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