Michigan Population Estimates, 1990-2016
By Hispanic and Non-Hispanic Origin
St. Clair County

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Year   Hispanic Origin   Non-Hispanic Origin Total
  Number  
   Number      Percent      Number      Percent  
2016 5,306 3.3% 154,281 96.7% 159,587
2015 5,136 3.2% 154,738 96.8% 159,874
2014 5,051 3.2% 155,056 96.9% 160,107
2013 4,909 3.1% 155,297 96.9% 160,206
2012 4,887 3.0% 155,685 97.0% 160,572
2011 4,767 3.0% 156,763 97.1% 161,530
2010 4,731 2.9% 157,950 97.1% 162,681
2009 4,675 2.9% 159,336 97.2% 164,011
2008 4,667 2.8% 161,292 97.2% 165,959
2007 4,657 2.8% 162,869 97.2% 167,526
2006 4,511 2.7% 163,801 97.3% 168,312
2005 4,395 2.6% 163,814 97.4% 168,209
2004 4,357 2.6% 164,100 97.4% 168,457
2003 4,097 2.5% 163,452 97.6% 167,549
2002 3,848 2.3% 162,238 97.7% 166,086
2001 3,760 2.3% 161,684 97.7% 165,444
2000 3,631 2.2% 160,990 97.8% 164,621
1999 3,459 2.1% 159,637 97.9% 163,096
1998 3,310 2.1% 157,416 97.9% 160,726
1997 3,152 2.0% 155,407 98.0% 158,559
1996 3,031 1.9% 153,478 98.1% 156,509
1995 2,908 1.9% 151,945 98.1% 154,853
1994 2,818 1.8% 150,209 98.2% 153,027
1993 2,754 1.8% 148,787 98.2% 151,541
1992 2,689 1.8% 147,427 98.2% 150,116
1991 2,649 1.8% 145,989 98.2% 148,638
1990 2,564 1.8% 143,769 98.3% 146,333

Notes:

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

Percent of total population.

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