Michigan Population Trends, 1990-2013
Both Sexes, All Races

 Year  Total
 Population 
 Yearly 
Change
 Population
 Ages 65 Years or Older 
Number Percent
of Total
Population
2013 9,895,622 0.13% 1,487,593 15.03%
2012 9,882,519 0.08% 1,442,583 14.60%
2011 9,874,589 -0.02% 1,388,405 14.06%
2010 9,876,149 -0.26% 1,366,566 13.84%
2009 9,901,591 -0.46% 1,343,623 13.57%
2008 9,946,889 -0.54% 1,321,021 13.28%
2007 10,001,284 -0.35% 1,291,238 12.91%
2006 10,036,081 -0.15% 1,269,443 12.65%
2005 10,051,137 -0.04% 1,255,266 12.49%
2004 10,055,315 0.14% 1,247,043 12.40%
2003 10,041,152 0.25% 1,238,574 12.33%
2002 10,015,710 0.25% 1,230,163 12.28%
2001 9,991,120 0.39% 1,226,259 12.27%
2000 9,952,450 0.56% 1,221,299 12.27%
1999 9,897,116 0.50% 1,214,574 12.27%
1998 9,847,942 0.40% 1,212,433 12.31%
1997 9,809,051 0.52% 1,210,398 12.34%
1996 9,758,645 0.85% 1,206,417 12.36%
1995 9,676,211 0.82% 1,196,336 12.36%
1994 9,597,737 0.60% 1,182,078 12.32%
1993 9,540,114 0.64% 1,168,513 12.25%
1992 9,479,065 0.84% 1,150,787 12.14%
1991 9,400,446 0.96% 1,130,337 12.02%
1990 9,311,319 0.63% 1,109,408 11.91%

Notes:

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

Yearly Change: Percent of population change as compared to the population in the previous year.

Percent of total population.

Source: Table prepared by the Division for Vital Records and Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Community Health using Population Estimates (latest update 6/2014) 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: 08/26/2014

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