fedgazette

Census recap: population trends all over the district map

Published September 1, 2002  |  September 2002 issue

The 1990s were a mixed bag for many places. Every Wisconsin county in the Ninth District gained population. The great majority of North Dakota counties lost population. Western Montana was hot, eastern Montana not. Though many rural counties lost population, rural counties in some states fared better than they did in the 1980s. Metro areas grew, with the exception of Grand Forks, N.D., where officials were actually encouraged by the fact that the census counted as many people as it did, given the historic flood there in 1997.

The following is a state-by-state recap of population growth and per capita personal income in the 1990s in district states.

Percent Change in Population 1990—2000

Percent Change in Persons from Ages 0-17,
1990—2000

Percent Change in Per Capita Personal Income
1990—2000

Ninth District Rural Census Summary

Related articles:
fedgazette, November 2002
Rural Census Follow-up
More than just a pretty place?


Top

 
Latest

President's Speech: On the Objectives of Monetary Policy