Michigan Population Trends by Age, 1990-2017
Black, Male

 Year  Population Trends for Selected Age Group: 18-44 Years
Total 18-19
Years
20-24
Years
25-29
Years
30-34
Years
35-39
Years
40-44
Years
2017 273,435 23,438 62,614 62,921 43,423 41,042 39,997
2016 273,356 23,562 65,452 59,240 42,718 40,952 41,432
2015 273,590 23,658 68,740 54,698 42,202 40,932 43,360
2014 273,879 24,637 70,948 49,914 42,493 40,897 44,990
2013 273,435 26,390 70,141 47,007 42,740 41,266 45,891
2012 272,445 27,899 67,536 45,501 42,909 42,503 46,097
2011 269,776 29,078 63,334 44,764 42,771 44,000 45,829
2010 267,953 30,037 58,486 44,442 43,100 46,385 45,503
2009 266,920 30,829 54,791 45,177 43,008 47,893 45,222
2008 267,427 29,091 53,657 46,290 43,325 48,970 46,094
2007 267,513 26,464 52,920 47,238 44,892 49,218 46,781
2006 268,990 25,044 53,198 47,670 46,973 48,563 47,542
2005 269,894 24,027 53,343 47,542 49,498 47,865 47,619
2004 271,696 23,874 53,711 47,276 51,092 47,590 48,153
2003 273,377 23,303 54,057 47,512 52,066 48,170 48,269
2002 274,322 22,622 53,512 48,761 52,015 48,392 49,020
2001 276,031 22,583 52,665 50,823 51,294 48,847 49,819
2000 276,692 22,701 51,506 53,137 50,645 48,716 49,987
1999 275,661 22,817 50,561 53,855 49,951 48,874 49,603
1998 274,819 22,187 50,782 53,523 49,977 49,301 49,049
1997 274,086 21,529 52,110 52,789 49,576 49,973 48,109
1996 273,072 21,251 53,386 51,091 49,550 51,013 46,781
1995 272,021 21,368 55,552 49,153 49,116 51,563 45,269
1994 270,634 21,429 56,234 48,044 49,145 51,344 44,438
1993 269,386 21,933 55,833 48,238 49,300 50,361 43,721
1992 267,128 23,063 54,654 47,983 49,459 48,988 42,981
1991 264,372 24,205 53,074 47,863 49,877 47,351 42,002
1990 258,973 25,240 51,114 47,687 49,801 45,690 39,441

Notes:

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

Source: Table prepared by the Division for Vital Records and Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services using Population Estimates (latest update 6/2018) 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: 07/11/2018

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