The Population of the United States – Statistics Project Example

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The paper “ The Population of the United States ” is a thrilling example of a statistics project on anthropology. The tables give the results as given by the United States Census Bureau. The main towns of the metropolitan statistical study areas are also given. NortheastNew York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island, New York – New Jersey-Pennsylvania. From the four census regions, the first sample of study to be considered will be from the northeast. The New York metropolitan statistical area has the city with the largest number of people within the United States of America.

It is defined as the New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island, New York – New Jersey-Pennsylvania. MSA 1990 2000 %change 1990 to 2000 2010 % from 2000 to 2010   16,863,671 18324459 8.66 18897109 3.12 County New York city 1990 (000s) 2000 (000s) %change 1990 to 2000 2010 (000s) % from 2000 to 2010 Bronx 1204 1333 10.7 1385 3.9 Brooklyn 2301 2465 7.2 2505 1,6 Manhattan 1488 1537 3.3 1586 3.2 Queens 1952 2229 14.2 2231 0.08 Staten island 379 444 17.2 469 5.6 Total 7324 8008 9.3 8175 2.1 New York state 1990 (000s) 2000(000s) %change 1990-2000 2010 (000s) % change2000-2010 Suffolk 1322 1419 7.3 1493 5.2 Nassau 1287 1335 3.7 1340 0.4 Westchester 875 923 5.5 949 2.8 Rockland 265 287 8.3 312 8.7 Putnam 84 96 15.7 100 4.2 Total 3833 4060 5.9 4194 3.3 New Jersey Pennsylvania 1990 (000s) 2000 %change 1990 to 2000 2010 (000s) %2000 to 2010 Bergen 825 884 7.2 905 2.4 Essex 778 794 2.1 784 -1.3 Hudson 553 609 10.1 634 4.2 Hunterdon 108 121 12.0 128 5.2 Middlesex 672 750 11.6 810 8.0 Monmouth 553 615 11.2 630 2.5 Morris 421 470 11.6 492 4.7 Ocean 433 511 18.0 577 12.8 Passaic 453 489 7.9 501 2.5 Somerset 240 297 23.8 323 8.7 Sussex 131 144 9.9 149 3.5 union 494 523 5.9 536 2.7 pike 28 46 64.3 57 23.9 Total 5,689 6,253 9.9 6526 4.4 Buffalo- Niagara Falls metropolitan statistical area   1990 2000 % change 1990-2000 2010 % change 2010-2000 MSA 1189340 1170022 -19318 1135509 -2.9 Buffalo 328123 292648 -10.8 261310 -10.7 Tonawanda 82464 78155 -5.2 73567 -5.9 orchard park 24632 27637 -12.2 29054 5.1 West Seneca 47830 45920 -4.0 44711 -2.6 Cheektowaga 99314 94019 -5.3 88226 -6.2             The midwest region Milwaukee- Waukesha-west Allis metropolitan statistical area   1990 2000 % change 1990-2000 2010 % change 2010-2000 MSA 1432149 1500788 4.8 1555908 3.7 Milwaukee 628088 596974 -5.0 594833 -0.4 Racine 84298 81855 -2.9 78860 -3.7 Waukesha 56894 64825 13.9 70718 9.1 Brookfield 35184 38649 9.8 37920 -1.9 Indianapolis-Carmel metropolitan statistical area   1990 2000 % change 1990-2000 2010 % change 2010-2000 MSA 1294217 1525117 17.8 1756241 15.2 Indianapolis 731327 781926 6.9 829445 6.1 Carmel 25380 37733 48.7 79191 109.9 Avon   6248 - 12446 99.2 South Region San Antonio-new Braunfels metropolitan statistical area Texas   1990 2000 % change 1990-2000 2010 % change 2010-2000 MSA 1407745 1711578 21.6 2142508 25.2 San Antonio 935933 1144646 22.3 1327407 16 Atascosa 30533 38628 26.5 44911 16.3 Bandera 10562 17645 67.1 20485 16.1

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