Michigan Population Trends by Age, 1990-2016
For Individuals of Hispanic Origin
Michigan, Both Sexes

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Year Under 18 Years 18-44 Years 45-64 Years 65 Years & Older
Number  Percent  Number  Percent  Number  Percent  Number  Percent 
2016 179,528 36.5% 201,896 41.0% 83,058 16.9% 27,900 5.7%
2015 178,879 37.0% 197,868 41.0% 79,914 16.5% 26,401 5.5%
2014 178,033 37.5% 194,503 41.0% 77,033 16.2% 24,902 5.3%
2013 176,839 38.0% 190,622 41.0% 74,260 16.0% 23,576 5.1%
2012 175,373 38.4% 186,868 41.0% 71,722 15.7% 22,318 4.9%
2011 173,777 38.9% 182,663 40.9% 69,256 15.5% 20,868 4.7%
2010 172,032 39.3% 179,155 40.9% 66,678 15.2% 19,897 4.6%
2009 169,594 39.5% 176,756 41.2% 64,163 14.9% 18,910 4.4%
2008 166,250 39.5% 175,394 41.7% 61,301 14.6% 17,981 4.3%
2007 162,187 39.3% 174,013 42.2% 58,799 14.3% 17,394 4.2%
2006 157,631 39.1% 173,063 42.9% 56,275 13.9% 16,689 4.1%
2005 152,262 38.8% 170,648 43.5% 53,678 13.7% 16,097 4.1%
2004 147,023 38.6% 167,676 44.0% 50,974 13.4% 15,477 4.1%
2003 141,738 38.4% 164,458 44.5% 48,298 13.1% 15,083 4.1%
2002 136,716 38.3% 160,081 44.8% 45,874 12.8% 14,465 4.1%
2001 131,273 38.2% 155,167 45.2% 43,287 12.6% 13,890 4.0%
2000 124,700 38.1% 148,423 45.4% 40,720 12.5% 13,207 4.0%
1999 117,302 38.1% 140,170 45.6% 37,804 12.3% 12,394 4.0%
1998 111,086 38.1% 132,567 45.5% 35,693 12.3% 11,971 4.1%
1997 104,872 37.9% 125,973 45.6% 33,846 12.2% 11,844 4.3%
1996 98,603 37.6% 119,817 45.7% 32,450 12.4% 11,614 4.4%
1995 93,067 37.6% 112,319 45.4% 30,749 12.4% 11,397 4.6%
1994 88,269 37.5% 106,619 45.3% 29,498 12.5% 11,103 4.7%
1993 85,216 37.6% 102,060 45.1% 28,392 12.5% 10,753 4.8%
1992 82,147 37.7% 98,210 45.0% 27,398 12.6% 10,378 4.8%

Notes:

Number: Population estimates as of July 1 for the specified year.

Percent of total population.

Source: Table prepared by the Division for Vital Records and Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services using Population Estimates (latest update 6/2017) released by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. For more information about these estimates produced by the U.S. Census Bureau under a collaborative agreement with NCHS, see the NCHS bridged-race methodology.

Last Updated: 08/16/2017