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UNO Students of Tomorrow: Changing Demographics. Jerry Deichert UNO Center for Public Affairs Research Fall Strategic Planning Advance November 15, 2004. Overall population. Nebraska’s population grew 8.4 percent Fastest growth rate since 1910-1920

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UNO Students of Tomorrow:Changing Demographics

Jerry Deichert

UNO Center for Public Affairs Research

Fall Strategic Planning Advance

November 15, 2004


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Overall population

  • Nebraska’s population grew 8.4 percent

    • Fastest growth rate since 1910-1920

    • Much higher than the 0.5 percent growth during the 1980s

  • Between 2000 and 2003, Nebraska grew by 1.6 percent (a decade rate of 5.5 percent)


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County population

  • Nebraska’s population is becoming concentrated in its most populous counties

    • Between 1990 and 2000, 40 counties added population

    • Since 2000, 27 counties have added population

    • During the1980s, only 10 counties added population

  • Counties that do not have a town of at least 10,000 persons have been losing population

  • In 2003, Douglas, Sarpy, and lancaster Counties accounted for 50.03 percent of the state’s population


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Net migration

  • The 1990s was the first decade in more than 6 decades to experience net inmigration (3.1 percent 48,000 persons)

    • International greater than domestic

  • Compares to an outmigration of more than 100,000 persons during the 1980s

  • Since 2000, the state has experienced a slight outmigration


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Births

  • Births in the 1980s were higher than the 1970s and peaked in 1980

  • Births in the 1990s were lower than the 1980s but picked up during the latter part of the decade

    • Fewer children under 10 in 2000 than in 1990

  • Births continue to increase in the 2000s

    • Births in 2003 highest since 1985


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Race and Hispanic/Latino

  • Change 1990-2000

    • Total (8.4 percent)

    • White, non-Hispanic/Latino (2.4 percent)

    • Non-White and Hispanic/Latino (83.3 percent)

  • In 2000, non-White or Hispanic/Latino population was 12.7 percent of total

    • 7.4 percent in 1990

    • 13.6 percent in 2002

  • Latinos became largest minority group in 2000

  • Non-White and Hispanic/Latino population is much younger

    • Relatively more under 35

    • Relatively fewer 35+


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Projections of the population aged 18 to 24 years

  • Using the trend series, this population will peak in 2004 at about 188,000

  • Decrease until 2018 at 171,000

  • It will not surpass the 2004 level until 2027