Michigan Hispanic Population Trends by Race and Gender, 1990-2015 St. Clair County

(Click on Selected Race and Gender Category for Detailed Age Data)

Year      White           Black      Native American Asian and
Pacific Islander
 Male   Female   Male   Female   Male   Female   Male   Female 
2015 2,307 2,329 129 122 112 118 30 26
2014 2,267 2,281 134 121 116 116 26 27
2013 2,162 2,260 123 118 119 122 25 34
2012 2,117 2,256 129 111 107 123 25 31
2011 2,062 2,203 121 117 95 113 35 24
2010 2,049 2,184 119 109 98 116 34 29
2009 2,035 2,169 110 102 91 100 31 37
2008 2,053 2,167 101 103 79 94 30 40
2007 2,073 2,144 119 98 75 91 26 31
2006 2,039 2,071 96 97 70 92 20 26
2005 2,015 1,996 98 93 62 81 24 26
2004 1,991 1,997 95 92 59 83 20 20
2003 1,893 1,856 85 85 62 78 22 16
2002 1,784 1,734 82 81 57 79 18 13
2001 1,733 1,708 76 81 53 76 19 14
2000 1,662 1,661 70 76 55 76 18 13
1999 1,589 1,604 71 50 46 80 12 7
1998 1,528 1,536 58 48 47 73 14 6
1997 1,461 1,479 53 41 38 66 8 6
1996 1,398 1,429 48 41 39 62 9 5
1995 1,345 1,377 40 35 36 61 7 7
1994 1,299 1,336 44 36 35 54 8 6
1993 1,258 1,306 41 37 34 61 9 8
1992 1,240 1,280 36 32 34 50 9 8
1991 1,216 1,262 30 33 32 58 8 10
1990 1,174 1,228 31 32 32 50 8 9

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 6/2016) 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: 07/20/2016