Forsyth County. Demographics 2006. Sources: Georgia Department of Revenue, Georgia Department of Labor, U.S. Census. Households and Population. Households, Population, Education, and Marital Status. Population by Age.
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Forsyth County Demographics 2006 Sources: Georgia Department of Revenue, Georgia Department of Labor, U.S. Census
Population by Age • In 1990, the median age of the total population in Forsyth county was 32.8, and in 2000, it was 34.6. The median age in 2005 is 34.6 and it is predicted to change in five years to 36.4 years. • In 2005, females represented 49.2% of the population with a median age of 35.2 and males represented 50.8% of the population with a median age of 33.9 years. • In 2005, the most prominent age group in this geography is 35 to 44 years. The age group least represented is 75 +.
Household Income • In 2005 the predominant household income category in Forsyth County is $100K − $150K, and the income group that is least represented in this geography is $15K − $25K.
Political Demographics • The 1999 index crime rate (crimes per 1,000) for Forsyth County was 2.2. Statewide, in 1999, the rate was 3.4. Of the total index crimes reported, 5.5% were violent crimes, while 94.5% were property crimes. • In 2000, 70.4% of the adult population in the county was registered to vote. Of those registered voters, 74.2% voted in the 2000 general election. Statewide, in 2000, 64.1% of eligible Georgians were registered to vote. Of those registered, 69.6% voted in the general election that year.
Employment Sector • In Forsyth County, services is the largest employment sector providing 25.7% of the jobs. The other predominant employment sectors are manufacturing and retail trade. Statewide, the service industry is the largest employment sector, contributing 25.6% of the state’s jobs. • The county per capita personal income in 1999 was $31,576, as compared with $27,324 for Georgia and $28,546 for the United States.