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Population
Refers to all living persons within the boundaries of the defined
study area.
Average Annual Growth Rate: The percentage growth or decline between reporting periods on an annual basis. Average annual figures allow you to compare growth rates for periods of time which are different in length. For example, if total growth between 1970 and 1980 was 10% and the projected growth over the next five years is 5%, these two growth rates would average to 1% per year.
Density: The number of persons who inhabit a square mile. Urban areas typically have much higher density figures than rural areas since more people are living in a smaller amount of space.
Percentage Change: The percentage change between each reporting period as indicated by the columns.
Population Change: The actual change in population between reporting periods as indicated by the columns. This variable will indicate either an increase or decrease in actual population. For example, the first column will indicate the population growth/decline between 1970 and 1980. The second will indicate the growth/decline between 1980 and 1990 and so on.