Population
by Age, Sex and Census Tract Poverty
St. Clair County, Michigan 2013
Age
in Years
Persons Living in Census Tracts with Poverty Level
Total 0.0 - 4.9 5.0 -9.9 10.0 - 19.9 20.0-100.0
Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female
All Ages 160,183 79,374 80,809 22,545 11,237 11,308 55,287 27,585 27,702 57,755 28,413 29,342 24,596 12,139 12,457
Under 1 1,552 797 755 186 96 90 508 260 248 564 290 274 294 151 143
1-4 6,778 3,562 3,216 841 444 397 2,160 1,136 1,024 2,409 1,258 1,151 1,368 724 644
5-14 20,539 10,501 10,038 2,669 1,338 1,331 6,886 3,524 3,362 7,250 3,696 3,554 3,734 1,943 1,791
15-24 20,183 10,438 9,745 2,628 1,415 1,213 7,141 3,726 3,415 7,168 3,617 3,551 3,246 1,680 1,566
25-34 16,497 8,263 8,234 1,909 968 941 5,011 2,535 2,476 5,986 3,000 2,986 3,591 1,760 1,831
35-44 19,559 9,634 9,925 2,585 1,272 1,313 6,570 3,212 3,358 7,095 3,500 3,595 3,309 1,650 1,659
45-54 25,721 12,908 12,813 3,734 1,872 1,862 9,440 4,722 4,718 9,210 4,660 4,550 3,337 1,654 1,683
55-64 23,499 11,622 11,877 3,711 1,860 1,851 8,635 4,315 4,320 8,336 4,059 4,277 2,817 1,388 1,429
65-74 14,853 7,156 7,697 2,464 1,218 1,246 5,331 2,614 2,717 5,474 2,608 2,866 1,584 716 868
75-84 7,568 3,360 4,208 1,226 548 678 2,519 1,192 1,327 2,960 1,272 1,688 863 348 515
85 & Over 3,434 1,133 2,301 592 206 386 1,086 349 737 1,303 453 850 453 125 328

Source: Division for Vital Records & Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services;

Census tract population poverty was estimated using methods recommended from the Public Health Disparities Geocoding Project. In particular, the DVRHS linked annual PopStats population estimates to the 2007-2011, American Community Survey (ACS) census tract poverty percents to estimate census tract poverty for the current year(s). The data was proportionally fitted to the CDC Bridged Population Estimates.

Poverty estimates are unknown for some census tracts. These tracts tend to be comprised of institutional populations with age groups between 15-34. For this reason, population among census tract poverty groups does not sum to the total (the CDC bridged estimated total).