Michigan Population Trends by Age, 1990-2015
St. Clair County

 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
2015 48,720 3,536 9,625 8,594 8,372 8,752 9,841
2014 49,149 3,661 9,645 8,295 8,388 8,696 10,464
2013 49,481 3,809 9,562 8,072 8,459 8,738 10,841
2012 49,616 3,903 9,296 8,054 8,439 8,851 11,073
2011 50,389 3,990 9,117 8,119 8,506 9,218 11,439
2010 51,428 4,199 8,788 8,229 8,545 9,876 11,791
2009 52,918 4,278 8,855 8,354 8,602 10,535 12,294
2008 54,885 4,232 9,224 8,620 8,820 11,134 12,855
2007 56,285 4,225 9,071 8,749 9,180 11,638 13,422
2006 57,855 4,253 9,333 8,694 9,640 12,016 13,919
2005 58,941 4,253 9,526 8,531 10,208 12,359 14,064
2004 60,084 4,305 9,519 8,546 10,727 12,660 14,327
2003 60,619 4,157 9,608 8,435 11,137 13,019 14,263
2002 60,931 4,070 9,266 8,628 11,343 13,364 14,260
2001 61,668 4,173 9,061 9,017 11,549 13,762 14,106
2000 62,166 4,269 8,747 9,573 11,846 13,771 13,960
1999 62,455 4,424 8,617 9,845 11,881 13,903 13,785
1998 62,167 4,388 8,490 10,028 11,975 13,823 13,463
1997 61,799 4,158 8,466 10,164 12,133 13,805 13,073
1996 61,548 3,992 8,584 10,229 12,343 13,721 12,679
1995 61,319 3,909 8,938 10,157 12,527 13,509 12,279
1994 61,082 3,864 9,245 10,208 12,625 13,256 11,884
1993 60,925 3,859 9,524 10,415 12,619 12,967 11,541
1992 60,818 3,905 9,738 10,698 12,625 12,597 11,255
1991 60,762 4,008 9,844 11,010 12,546 12,169 11,185
1990 59,935 4,285 9,840 11,278 12,353 11,705 10,474

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 6/2016) 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: 07/19/2016