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

 Year  Population Trends for Selected Age Group: 45-64 Years
Total 45-49
Years
50-54
Years
55-59
Years
60-64
Years
2016 42,151 14,112 11,470 9,364 7,205
2015 40,606 13,578 11,091 9,052 6,885
2014 39,155 13,032 10,813 8,724 6,586
2013 37,644 12,564 10,457 8,351 6,272
2012 36,256 12,167 10,038 8,010 6,041
2011 34,987 11,822 9,721 7,650 5,794
2010 33,756 11,522 9,511 7,268 5,455
2009 32,570 11,358 9,168 6,900 5,144
2008 31,226 10,920 8,877 6,608 4,821
2007 30,032 10,667 8,553 6,295 4,517
2006 28,719 10,307 8,154 6,138 4,120
2005 27,562 10,111 7,804 5,826 3,821
2004 26,177 9,737 7,390 5,516 3,534
2003 24,902 9,398 7,048 5,186 3,270
2002 23,664 8,988 6,707 4,860 3,109
2001 22,408 8,520 6,498 4,440 2,950
2000 21,071 8,075 6,064 4,088 2,844
1999 19,449 7,428 5,574 3,742 2,705
1998 18,279 6,960 5,176 3,549 2,594
1997 17,309 6,554 4,876 3,336 2,543
1996 16,591 6,377 4,447 3,248 2,519
1995 15,667 5,957 4,134 3,100 2,476
1994 14,994 5,591 3,826 3,023 2,554
1993 14,410 5,170 3,627 2,946 2,667
1992 13,841 4,841 3,415 2,852 2,733
1991 13,203 4,382 3,306 2,841 2,674
1990 12,790 4,152 3,219 2,781 2,638

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 6/2017) 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