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Census 2000: Growing Together or Apart? California’s Regions. Hans Johnson Public Policy Institute of California johnson@ppic.org. Outline. The California Context Regional Population Trends Characteristics of the Population. California Population 1900-2000 (in thousands).

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Census 2000 growing together or apart california s regions
Census 2000: Growing Together or Apart? California’s Regions

Hans JohnsonPublic Policy Institute of California

johnson@ppic.org


Outline
Outline

  • The California Context

  • Regional Population Trends

  • Characteristics of the Population


California population 1900 2000 in thousands
California Population 1900-2000(in thousands)

Source: US Census Bureau, California Department of Finance





California population by race ethnicity 1970 2000
California Population by Race/Ethnicity1970-2000

Source: United States Census Bureau



Latin america is the leading source of immigrants
Latin America is the Leading Source of Immigrants

Latin America 4,697,000 (55%)

Asia 2,915,000 (34%)

Europe 655,000 ( 8%)

Northern America 129,000

Africa 107,000

Oceania 68,000

Source: 2000 Census Supplemental Survey


Immigrants come to california from dozens of countries
Immigrants Come to California from Dozens of Countries

MEXICO PHILIPPINES VIETNAM EL SALVADOR CHINA

INDIA GUATEMALA TAIWAN CANADA KOREA

IRAN JAPAN GERMANY HONG KONG ENGLAND

SOUTH KOREA PAKISTAN NICARAGUA HONDURAS THAILAND

LAOS ARMENIA RUSSIA CAMBODIA FRANCE

PERU UKRAINE BRAZIL U.K. AUSTRALIA

ARGENTINA MYANMAR CUBA IRAQ ITALY

ROMANIA COLOMBIA INDONESIA PORTUGAL EGYPT

TURKEY LEBANON ISRAEL NIGERIA POLAND

GREECE SCOTLAND SOUTH AFRICA NETHERLANDS COSTA RICA

IRELAND JAMAICA BOSNIA & H.SPAIN BOLIVIA

ETHIOPIA PANAMA BELIZE SWEDEN SYRIA

ECUADOR CZECH REP. HUNGARY BELARUS CHILE

JORDAN FIJI AFGHANISTAN

Source: 2000 Census Supplementary Survey


Source of growth has changed annual population change 1950 2000 in thousands
Source of Growth has ChangedAnnual Population Change 1950-2000(in thousands)


Net migration to california 1970 1999 in thousands
Net Migration to California1970-1999 (in thousands)

Source: California Department of Finance, unofficial estimates to 1980;

Public Policy Institute of California 1980-1993; DOF 1993-1999 with CB for international migration



Projections for california diverge widely
Projections for California Diverge Widely

Total population projections for California

70,000

65,000

60,000

55,000

50,000

45,000

40,000

35,000

30,000

25,000

1990

2000

2010

2020

2030

2040

2050

DOF 98

CB Preferred

CB Alternative

BEA

UCLA

CCSCE Medium

CCSCE High

Population

(000)

CCSCE Low


Outline1
Outline

  • The California Context

  • Regional Population Trends

  • Characteristics of the Population


Census 2000 growing together or apart california s regions

Defining California Regions:

Geographic Building Blocks





The view from san francisco
The View from San Francisco

the hinterlands

The City



Regional population distribution north and south maintaining shares
Regional Population Distribution:North and South Maintaining Shares


Regional population distribution inland areas increasing share
Regional Population Distribution:Inland Areas Increasing Share



Relatively fast growth in inland regions percent change by decade
Relatively Fast Growth in Inland RegionsPercent Change by Decade

66%




Jobs and population growth percent change 1990 2000
Jobs and Population Growth: Percent Change 1990-2000


Jobs population imbalance new jobs per 1 000 new residents 1990 2000
Jobs:Population ImbalanceNew Jobs per 1,000 New Residents, 1990-2000


Housing and population growth percent change in housing units and population 1990 2000
Housing and Population GrowthPercent Change in Housing Units and Population, 1990-2000


Census 2000 growing together or apart california s regions
Accommodating Population Growth:Percent of Population Growth Accommodated by Existing Housing Units, 1990-2000


Outline2
Outline

  • The California Context

  • Regional Population Trends

  • Characteristics of the Population



Per capita income rank of california metropolitan areas
Per Capita Income Rankof California Metropolitan Areas

San Francisco

1

San Jose

4

Oakland

18

Orange County

25

Santa Cruz-Watsonville

30

Santa Rosa

32

Ventura

58

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria

59

Salinas

68

San Diego

78

Sacramento

92

Los Angeles-Long Beach

100

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa

122

Yolo (Davis-Woodland)

124

San Luis Obispo-Paso Robles

147

Redding

253

Riverside-San Bernardino

272

Modesto

280

Chico-Paradise

284

Stockton-Lodi

285

Fresno

298

Bakersfield

304

Yuba City

305

Visalia-Tulare-Porterville

308

Merced

312


Growing apart regional per capita income relative to state 100 state pci
Growing Apart:Regional Per Capita Income Relative to State(100 = State PCI)


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