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http://www.oseda.missouri.edu. Cambio de Colores 2004. University of Missouri-St. Louis St. Louis, Missouri Review of Demographic Trends Among the Missouri Latino Population and Discussion of Future Information Needs Presenter: Dr. Bill Elder March 11, 2004. Overview. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • University of Missouri-St. LouisSt. Louis, Missouri

    Review of Demographic Trends Among the Missouri Latino Population and Discussion of Future Information Needs

    Presenter: Dr. Bill ElderMarch 11, 2004Cambio de Colores 2004

  • OverviewSet a context for a discussion about change and well-being of Latinos in Missouri Illustrate some broad demographic themesReview 2000 Census results for Hispanics in Missouri and a few key well-being indicatorsReview recent population changeReview the status of key data sourcesDiscuss key themes, issues and information needs

  • Some Main PointsU.S. Population growth is geographically and culturally diverseImmigration is an important global forceWere growing on the FringeThe age structure matters and Latinos are relatively youngMissouri is becoming more diverse

  • The Missouri Hispanic Population118,000 in 2000 over 130,000 by nowYoungNearly as diffused as the general population with some particular concentrationsGrowing much more rapidly than the most other segments of the populationConfronting disparities and challenges

  • 2000 Census Characteristics

    Sheet1

    Geographic AreaJuly1, 2003 PopulationJuly1, 2002 PopulationJuly1, 2001 PopulationJuly1, 2000 PopulationApril1, 2000 Population Estimates BaseCensus2000 Population

    United States290,809,777287,973,924285,093,813282,177,754281,423,231281,421,906

    Missouri5,704,4845,669,5445,636,2205,605,9955,596,6835,595,211

    72,8611.302%

    poverty

    totalblackhispanic

    543329363789147954025953471519844433631123692330989060

    11.7%25.5%20.7%

    Poverty in Missouri, 2000

    PersonsRate

    Total637,89111.7%

    Black151,98425.5%

    Hispanic23,30920.7%

    Source: Census 2000, SF3

    Sheet2

    Sheet3

  • 2000 Census Characteristics

    Sheet1

    Geographic AreaJuly1, 2003 PopulationJuly1, 2002 PopulationJuly1, 2001 PopulationJuly1, 2000 PopulationApril1, 2000 Population Estimates BaseCensus2000 Population

    United States290,809,777287,973,924285,093,813282,177,754281,423,231281,421,906

    Missouri5,704,4845,669,5445,636,2205,605,9955,596,6835,595,211

    72,8611.302%

    poverty

    totalblackhispanic

    543329363789147954025953471519844433631123692330989060

    11.7%25.5%20.7%

    Poverty in Missouri, 2000

    PersonsRate

    Total637,89111.7%2712230064

    Black151,98425.5%1841127864

    Hispanic23,30920.7%

    3004226958

    Source: Census 2000, SF31636114389

    9193699275

    Missouri Adult Educational Attainment, 2000572403129766

    Bachelor's Degree or Higher

    16.1%22.3%

    PersonsPercent

    Hispanic9,19316.1%

    White not Hispanic699,27522.3%

    Source: Census 2000, SF3

    323611882812

    2621176074

    2653193992

    Missouri Household Income in 19992454174139

    Households with $50,000 or More of Income93078927

    44035354

    HouseholdsPercent28329491

    Hispanic9,70630.0%32531872

    White not Hispanic719,84938.2%

    9706719849

    Source: Census 2000, SF3

    30.0%38.2%

    Sheet2

    Sheet3

  • 2000 Census Characteristics

    Sheet1

    Geographic AreaJuly1, 2003 PopulationJuly1, 2002 PopulationJuly1, 2001 PopulationJuly1, 2000 PopulationApril1, 2000 Population Estimates BaseCensus2000 Population

    United States290,809,777287,973,924285,093,813282,177,754281,423,231281,421,906

    Missouri5,704,4845,669,5445,636,2205,605,9955,596,6835,595,211

    72,8611.302%

    poverty

    totalblackhispanic

    543329363789147954025953471519844433631123692330989060

    11.7%25.5%20.7%

    Poverty in Missouri, 2000

    PersonsRate

    Total637,89111.7%2712230064

    Black151,98425.5%1841127864

    Hispanic23,30920.7%

    3004226958

    Source: Census 2000, SF31636114389

    9193699275

    Missouri Adult Educational Attainment, 2000572403129766

    Bachelor's Degree or Higher

    16.1%22.3%

    PersonsPercent

    Hispanic9,19316.1%

    White not Hispanic699,27522.3%

    Source: Census 2000, SF3

    Sheet2

    Sheet3

  • The Missouri Hispanic Population118,000 in 2000 over 130,000 by nowYoungNearly as diffused as the general population with some particular concentrationsGrowing much more rapidly than the most other segments of the populationConfronting disparities and challenges

  • Change in the Hispanic Population 2000-2002While the U.S. population increased 2.5 % the Hispanic population increased 9.8%At over 38.8 million, in 2002 Hispancis became the largest minority group in the U.S. exceeding Blacks 38.3 million.Missouri Hispanic Population in 2002 was 127,322 a 7.4% gain compared with a total population increase of 1.3 percent.

  • Foreign-Born People by Region of Birth: 2002 (in percent)Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, March 2002

  • Change in the Hispanic Population 2000-2002

    California: the most (11.9 million) and biggest gain (970,000)New Mexico: the highest proportion (43%)Georgia: the largest % gain (19 %) Florida: With the highest proportion of 65-and-over people in the nation, also led all states with the largest numerical increase of school-age children ages 5-17

  • Sheet1

    Change in Hispanic Population, 1990-2000 and 2000-2002

    MissouriUnited States

    1990-2000Number56,89013,405,729

    Percent92.2%61.2%

    2000-2002Number87303,455,483

    Percent7.4%9.8%

    Source: USDC, Bureau of the Census, [2000 SF3; Population Estimates Branch]

    Prepared by: The Office of Social and Economic Data Analysis - (OSEDA)

    Table Generated on 03.08.2004

    Sheet2

    Sheet3

  • School Enrollment Trends Suggest Census Estimates are Quite LowExpected Concentrations of Hispanic StudentsYet, increasing diffusionVery Rapid Gains

  • Chart1

    6131

    6297

    6589

    7249

    7656

    8815

    9916

    11378

    12627

    14153

    16257

    17845

    20265

    22719

    Hispanic Students

    Number of Hispanic Students Enrolled in Missouri Public Schools 1991-2004

    STATE

    YearHispanic StudentsPct tot enrollenrollminoblackasianhispindianwhitemobilitympercentbpctapcthpctipctwpctcoreyearyear

    199161310.75%81667014166612734669036131128667500417.475982557617.346786339615.59332410890.84526185610.75073162970.15746874582.653213660490911991

    199262970.76%1662.7%83015014428112926572206297150068586919.921075258617.380112027915.57128229840.86972233930.75853761370.180690236782.619887972191921992

    199365890.78%2924.6%84116814675313089975856589168169441520.019381585917.446336522515.56157628440.9017223670.78331558020.199841173282.553663477592931993

    199472490.85%66010.0%85243715087513404278647249172070156225.640027100117.699255194215.72456380940.92253151850.85038542440.20177444282.300744805893941994

    199576560.89%4075.6%86265815372213597182487656184770893626.836153741117.819576239915.7618662320.95611470590.88748959610.214105705982.180423760194951995

    199688151.01%115915.1%87346915910613969786558815193971436326.844344337918.215414628315.99335523070.99087660811.00919437320.221988416381.784585371795961996

    199799161.12%110112.5%88436316655714524490849916231371780627.24038434618.833555904116.42357267321.02718001541.12125903050.261544184981.166444095996971997

    1998113781.27%146214.7%893618172079149005944711378246372153927.353003437419.256438433416.67435078521.05716312791.27325098640.275621126780.743561566697981998

    1999126271.41%124911.0%896149177924153058970812627251971822527.897393607719.85428762417.07952583781.08330199551.40902907890.281091648880.14571237698991999

    2000141531.58%152612.1%8956241816941547861006614153292471393026.824267397720.286861450817.28247568181.12390914041.58023902890.326476289279.713138549299002000

    2001162571.82%210414.9%8929751847301552791039216257280270824527.055622284520.687029312117.38895265821.16375038491.82054368820.313782580779.312970687900012001

    2002178452.00%15889.8%8902001870721554881086317845287670312826.271144792121.014603459917.46663671091.22028757582.00460570660.323073466678.985396540101022002

    2003202652.27%242013.6%8935751926101578921152220265293170096527.489910559121.554989788217.66969756321.28942730052.26785664330.328008281378.445010211802032003

    2004227192.54%245412.1%8929091972351592531208622719317769567422.089037068717.83530012581.35355338562.54438022240.355803334977.910962931303042004

    856614153

    60.5%17845

    3692

    26%

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    STATE

    Hispanic Students

    Number of Hispanic Students Enrolled in Missouri Public Schools 1991-2004

  • Change in Hispanic Student Enrollment 2000-2004, DESE Core Data

    STATE

    Hispanic

    Students as

    Percent ofChangePct ChangeChangePct Change

    HispanicTotal Mo.HispanicHispanicTotal Mo.Total Mo.Total Mo.

    YearStudentsEnrollmentStudentsStudentsEnrollmentEnrollmentEnrollmentminoblackasianhispindianwhitemobilitympercentbpctapcthpctipctwpctcoreyearyear

    19916,1310.75%816,67014166612734669036131128667500417.475982557617.346786339615.59332410890.84526185610.75073162970.15746874582.653213660490911991

    19926,2970.76%1662.7%830,15013,4801.65%14428112926572206297150068586919.921075258617.380112027915.57128229840.86972233930.75853761370.180690236782.619887972191921992

    19936,5890.78%2924.6%841,16811,0181.33%14675313089975856589168169441520.019381585917.446336522515.56157628440.9017223670.78331558020.199841173282.553663477592931993

    19947,2490.85%66010.0%852,43711,2691.34%15087513404278647249172070156225.640027100117.699255194215.72456380940.92253151850.85038542440.20177444282.300744805893941994

    19957,6560.89%4075.6%862,65810,2211.20%15372213597182487656184770893626.836153741117.819576239915.7618662320.95611470590.88748959610.

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