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Nonmetropolitan Population and Land Area as Defined atSpecified Dates From 1950 to 1998

[See headnote for table A. Nonmetropolitan population and land area are equivalent to that portion of the total national population and land area not included within MA's at the dates specified]

 
POPULATION Land area,
MA DEFINITION AS OF -- 1990
1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 1998 (sq. mi.)
(April 1) (April 1) (April 1) (April 1) (April 1) (April 1) (July 1)
 
1950 census (Mar. 1952) 62,630,392 66,472,098 72,978,627 81,117,195 97,699,571 108,881,149 121,993,382 3,332,967
1960 census (Nov. 1960) 59,320,578 62,008,895 66,438,036 72,319,370 85,748,815 93,627,518 103,706,889 3,231,027
1964 (Aug. 31). 57,295,714 59,681,610 63,446,832 68,601,120 81,038,216 88,214,855 97,339,722 3,191,368
1968 (Jan. 31). 55,756,975 57,695,812 60,909,571 65,325,779 76,732,487 83,007,998 91,187,992 3,162,726
1970 census (Feb. 28, 1971) 55,010,258 56,746,790 59,729,677 63,822,225 74,881,302 80,819,024 88,796,024 3,153,527
1974 (Apr. 30). 50,127,383 51,106,091 52,709,465 55,103,038 63,789,313 67,590,103 73,422,666 3,049,218
1977 (Dec. 31). 49,360,217 50,216,653 51,648,357 53,819,367 62,159,143 65,725,428 71,285,070 3,029,928
1980 census (June 30, 1981) 46,766,723 47,152,945 48,004,461 49,608,264 57,112,118 59,954,400 64,910,819 2,974,481
1983 (June 30). 45,866,878 46,111,327 46,689,187 47,890,703 54,765,083 57,079,582 61,629,722 2,980,016
1984 (June 30). 45,830,950 46,056,497 46,615,427 47,782,691 54,585,994 56,810,440 61,288,556 2,975,972
1985 (June 30). 45,719,385 45,914,370 46,436,041 47,601,208 54,372,438 56,577,973 61,036,028 2,969,952
1986 (June 30). 45,672,397 45,844,587 46,345,595 47,496,579 54,237,880 56,399,570 60,838,298 2,968,023
1987 (June 30). 45,650,685 45,822,889 46,319,730 47,469,343 54,207,349 56,368,542 60,803,937 2,967,484
1988 (June 30). 45,574,657 45,742,837 46,234,775 47,364,756 54,086,948 56,236,986 60,661,121 2,966,208
1989 (June 30). 45,451,077 45,607,648 46,089,398 47,217,451 53,940,023 56,095,091 60,523,018 2,965,146
1990 census (June 30, 1990) 45,434,051 45,582,942 46,047,763 47,164,694 53,863,818 55,988,196 60,390,759 2,959,632
1992 (Dec. 31). 43,078,615 43,034,129 43,151,372 43,906,404 49,879,345 51,247,716 54,902,677 2,866,411
1993 (June 30) 42,929,937 42,877,114 42,987,120 43,722,380 49,649,464 50,989,391 54,599,202 2,863,281
1994 (June 30) 42,882,940 42,818,834 42,920,723 43,649,322 49,559,625 50,890,653 54,487,950 2,862,317
1995 (June 30) 42,827,818 42,753,651 42,825,484 43,544,201 49,399,063 50,695,748 54,254,688 2,836,378
1996 (June 30) 42,734,735 42,650,144 42,719,270 43,430,006 49,257,676 50,547,947 54,087,622 2,834,554
1998 (June 30) 42,705,697 42,614,651 42,674,607 43,371,743 49,181,660 50,469,260 53,998,633 2,831,956
1999 (June 30) 42,650,613 42,538,008 42,585,688 43,256,699 49,037,166 50,311,303 53,820,424 2,830,671




Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 1950-1970, U.S. Census of Population, vol. 1; 1980 Census of Population, vol. 1, chapters A and B and Supplementary Report, Metropolitan Statistical Areas (PC80-S1-18); 1990 Census of Population and Housing Data Paper Listing (CPH-L-10 and CPH-L-118); 1990 Census of Population and Housing, Supplementary Reports, Metropolitan Areas as Defined by the Office of Management and Budget, June 30, 1993, (1990 CPH-S-1-1); and Population Paper Listing (PPL-60 and PPL-83).

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These tables are based on figures supplied by the United States Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce and are subject to revision by the Census Bureau.

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