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

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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 91,286 36.5% 103,475 41.4% 42,151 16.9% 12,902 5.2%
2015 90,854 37.1% 101,336 41.4% 40,606 16.6% 12,179 5.0%
2014 90,531 37.6% 99,665 41.4% 39,155 16.3% 11,371 4.7%
2013 89,906 38.1% 97,735 41.4% 37,644 16.0% 10,767 4.6%
2012 89,214 38.5% 95,979 41.4% 36,256 15.7% 10,166 4.4%
2011 88,430 39.0% 93,907 41.4% 34,987 15.4% 9,464 4.2%
2010 87,507 39.3% 92,249 41.5% 33,756 15.2% 9,005 4.1%
2009 86,267 39.4% 91,452 41.8% 32,570 14.9% 8,523 3.9%
2008 84,934 39.4% 91,235 42.3% 31,226 14.5% 8,107 3.8%
2007 82,863 39.1% 91,179 43.0% 30,032 14.2% 7,850 3.7%
2006 80,657 38.7% 91,444 43.9% 28,719 13.8% 7,550 3.6%
2005 77,954 38.3% 90,738 44.6% 27,562 13.5% 7,311 3.6%
2004 75,258 38.0% 89,767 45.3% 26,177 13.2% 7,031 3.6%
2003 72,554 37.6% 88,514 45.9% 24,902 12.9% 6,884 3.6%
2002 70,062 37.5% 86,476 46.3% 23,664 12.7% 6,583 3.5%
2001 67,341 37.4% 84,159 46.7% 22,408 12.4% 6,340 3.5%
2000 64,094 37.2% 80,931 47.0% 21,071 12.2% 6,045 3.5%
1999 60,349 37.4% 76,131 47.1% 19,449 12.0% 5,608 3.5%
1998 57,197 37.5% 71,615 47.0% 18,279 12.0% 5,361 3.5%
1997 53,819 37.4% 67,616 47.0% 17,309 12.0% 5,284 3.7%
1996 50,550 37.1% 63,847 46.9% 16,591 12.2% 5,185 3.8%
1995 47,636 37.2% 59,597 46.6% 15,667 12.2% 5,088 4.0%
1994 44,991 37.2% 56,177 46.4% 14,994 12.4% 4,935 4.1%
1993 43,365 37.4% 53,439 46.1% 14,410 12.4% 4,779 4.1%
1992 41,888 37.6% 51,086 45.9% 13,841 12.4% 4,608 4.1%
1991 40,767 37.9% 49,124 45.7% 13,203 12.3% 4,463 4.2%
1990 39,066 38.2% 46,034 45.0% 12,790 12.5% 4,328 4.2%

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