Michigan Population Trends by Age, 1990-2016
Asians and Pacific Islanders - Male, 65 Years and Older
Michigan Total

 Year  Population Trends for Selected Age Group: 65 Years and Older
Total 65-69
Years
70-74
Years
75-79
Years
80-84
Years
85 Years
and Older
2016 12,432 4,680 3,338 2,300 1,224 890
2015 11,726 4,500 3,172 2,149 1,102 803
2014 11,006 4,261 3,061 1,989 989 706
2013 10,305 4,052 2,923 1,799 906 625
2012 9,539 3,825 2,747 1,577 830 560
2011 8,762 3,560 2,517 1,436 763 486
2010 8,097 3,387 2,327 1,280 677 426
2009 7,652 3,243 2,171 1,200 638 400
2008 7,229 3,146 1,972 1,158 590 363
2007 6,759 3,008 1,813 1,049 568 321
2006 6,257 2,800 1,677 943 532 305
2005 5,747 2,615 1,508 870 478 276
2004 5,280 2,374 1,371 820 454 261
2003 4,825 2,140 1,278 759 414 234
2002 4,364 1,913 1,147 725 367 212
2001 3,992 1,733 1,040 684 332 203
2000 3,600 1,529 966 615 292 198
1999 3,186 1,338 872 567 241 168
1998 2,917 1,215 824 494 226 158
1997 2,714 1,119 791 448 213 143
1996 2,435 968 727 393 209 138
1995 2,256 907 681 340 192 136
1994 2,050 820 616 301 183 130
1993 1,896 780 529 292 181 114
1992 1,805 756 466 290 185 108
1991 1,674 707 417 273 177 100
1990 1,536 632 383 260 173 88

Notes:

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

Individuals identified as being of Hispanic origin are included in this table within the racial categories White, Black, Native American, and Asian/Pacific Islander.

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.

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