Population Estimates and Projections. ASDC Annual Meeting Carolyn Trent, Socioeconomic Analyst Center for Business and Economic Research November 10, 2011 Culverhouse College of Commerce and Business Administration The University of Alabama. Measuring the population.
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Population Estimates and Projections
ASDC Annual Meeting
Carolyn Trent, Socioeconomic Analyst
Center for Business and Economic Research
November 10, 2011
Culverhouse College of Commerce and Business Administration
The University of Alabama
Note: An estimate or projection is generally more reliable the larger the
population being determined and the less detail required.
Alabama Population, 1950-2010
2000-2010 Gain: Alabama 7.5% U.S. 9.7%
Census Previous Census
2000 4,447,100406,513 10.1
Source: U.S. Census Bureau.
Center for Business and Economic Research, The University of Alabama
Note: All releases below are July 1, 2011 estimates.
Localities are given the opportunity to challenge their population estimates.
Pop(new) = pop(old) + births – deaths
+ in-migration – out-migration
Difference 59,073 (1.2 percent)
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