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|Other titles||Population of North Carolina counties and metropolitan areas.|
|Series||Current population reports : Federal-State cooperative program for population estimates : Series P-26 ; 75-33, Current population reports -- no. 75-33.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 p. :|
Get this from a library! Estimates of the population of North Carolina counties and metropolitan areas: July 1, , and (provisional).. [United States. Bureau of the Census.;]. The county estimates are averages of two sets of estimates: a set of modified Census Bureau estimates and a set of alternative estimates produced by this office. Modified Census Bureau Estimates; In March of , the Population Division of the United States Bureau of the Census released their county population estimates for North Carolina. estimates were based, in part, on the July 1, population estimates for North Carolina and each of its component counties that were released in September Both sets of municipal population estimates reference July 1, as the estimation date. The standard population estimates assume that the municipal boundaries were those in place. Most data previously released on AFF are now being released on the U.S. Census Bureau's new dissemination platform, data population estimates tables and detailed downloadable files are now available for Counties, Puerto Rico Municipios, and Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas.
Apr 01, · All geographic boundaries for the population estimates series except statistical area delineations are as of January 1, The Office of Management and Budget's statistical area delineations for metropolitan, micropolitan, and combined statistical areas, as well as metropolitan divisions, are those issued by that agency in July North Carolina Demographic Survey. In order to complete the annual population estimates, the State Demographer surveys all municipalities and counties annually. Counties and municipalities play a key role in developing the annual population estimates by providing updated information about: annexations, detachments, and other boundary changes. three counties in North Carolina lost population. The fastest growth during this time was in Johnson County in the Raleigh-Cary Metropolitan Area, with a population increase of 50 percent during the s. From to , 14 counties in North Carolina lost population; most of them (13) were nonmetro. The fastest growth in this. Chapel Hill is a town in Orange, Chatham, and Durham counties in the U.S. state of North chevreschevalaosta.com population was 57, in the census, making Chapel Hill the 15th-largest city in the state. Chapel Hill, Durham, and the state capital, Raleigh, make up the corners of the Research Triangle (officially the Raleigh–Durham–Chapel Hill combined statistical area), with a total population Country: United States.
Jul 07, · As North Carolina metropolitan areas experience unprecedented growth, some areas are rapidly declining, new U.S. Census Bureau estimates reveal. Researchers at Carolina Demography, part of . May 29, · Previous population estimates from April for metropolitan statistical areas and counties foretell that, in addition to Mecklenburg County, the area's growth is being driven by surrounding counties. Apr 18, · From the U.S. Census: Counties with the largest numeric growth are all located in the south and the west, with counties in Texas taking four out of the top 10 spots according to new U.S. Census Bureau population estimates released today. Mar 15, · Here is the latest census estimates (July ) for North Carolina MSA areas listed by increase in growth, and number of people added, over last year's estimates (July ).