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30. Population in Coastal Counties

[Enumerated population as of April 1, except as indicated (3,536 represents 3,536,000). Areas as defined by U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency, 1992. Covers 673 counties and equivalent areas with at least 15 percent of their land area either in a coastal watershed (drainage area) or in a coastal cataloging unit (a coastal area between watersheds)]

 
Counties in coastal regions
Balance
Year Gulf of Great of
Total Total Atlantic Mexico Lakes Pacific United
States
 
Land area, 1990 (1,000 sq. mi.) 3,536 888 148 114 115 510 2,649
 
POPULATION
1960 (mil.) 179.3 94.5 44.5 8.4 23.7 17.9 84.8
1970 (mil.) 203.3 110.0 51.1 10.0 26.0 22.8 93.3
1980 (mil.) 226.5 119.8 53.7 13.1 26.0 27.0 106.7
1990 (mil.) 248.7 133.4 59.0 15.2 25.9 33.2 115.3
1990 (July 1) (mil.) 249.5 133.8 59.2 15.3 26.0 33.4 115.6
1991 (July 1) (mil.) 252.2 135.1 59.5 15.6 26.1 33.9 117.0
1992 (July 1) (mil.) 255.0 136.4 59.9 15.8 26.3 34.4 118.6
1993 (July 1) (mil.) 257.8 137.5 60.3 16.0 26.4 34.7 120.2
1994 (July 1) (mil.) 260.3 138.5 60.7 16.3 26.5 35.0 121.9
1995 (July 1) (mil.) 262.8 139.4 61.0 16.5 26.6 35.2 123.4
1996 (July 1) (mil.) 265.2 140.4 61.4 16.7 26.7 35.5 124.9
1997 (July 1) (mil.) 267.8 141.6 61.9 16.9 26.8 36.0 126.2
1998 (July 1) (mil.) 270.2 142.7 62.3 17.1 26.8 36.5 127.5
1999 (July 1) (mil.) 272.7 143.9 62.7 17.3 26.8 37.0 128.8
 
1960 (percent) 100 53 25 5 14 10 47
1970 (percent) 100 54 25 5 13 11 46
1980 (percent) 100 53 24 6 11 12 47
1990 (percent) 100 54 24 6 10 13 46
1990 (July 1) (percent) 100 54 24 6 10 13 46
1991 (July 1) (percent) 100 54 24 6 10 13 46
1992 (July 1) (percent) 100 54 23 6 10 13 46
1993 (July 1) (percent) 100 53 23 6 10 13 47
1994 (July 1) (percent) 100 53 23 6 10 13 47
1995 (July 1) (percent) 100 53 23 6 10 13 47
1996 (July 1) (percent) 100 53 23 6 10 13 47
1997 (July 1) (percent) 100 53 23 6 10 13 47
1998 (July 1) (percent) 100 53 23 6 10 14 47
1999 (July 1) (percent) 100 53 23 6 10 14 47


Source: U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Census of Population: 1960 and 1970; 1980 Census of Population, Vol. 1, Chapter A (PC80-1-A-1), U.S. Summary, 1990 Census of Population and Housing (CPH1); and unpublished data.

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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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