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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

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HR Paperstacks wrote:It would be nice for a table plugin :;):


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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

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Are the Valley estimates missing 0s?

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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby HR Paperstacks » Thu May 19, 2016 8:07 pm

iamjacobm wrote:Are the Valley estimates missing 0s?

Looks like I had the wrong Valley :oops:

It's fixed now.

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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby iamjacobm » Thu May 19, 2016 8:31 pm

HR Paperstacks wrote:
iamjacobm wrote:Are the Valley estimates missing 0s?

Looks like I had the wrong Valley :oops:

It's fixed now.


All good. I just had a double take and was like no way Valley is smaller than my Mom's home town!

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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby Coyote » Thu May 19, 2016 9:13 pm

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HR Paperstacks wrote:It would be nice for a table plugin :;):

We will look into this.


I did a quick fix by adding bbcode
table, tr and td, but that is cumbersome with large tables.
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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby Louie » Thu May 19, 2016 10:23 pm

HR Paperstacks wrote:It would be nice for a table plugin :;):

Code: Select all

                     2014       2015     Diff   
Omaha             442,316    443,885    1,569   0.35%
Council Bluffs     62,317     62,597      280   0.45%
Bellevue           54,772     55,510      738   1.33%
La Vista           16,922     16,921       -1  -0.01%
Papillion          19,515     19,510       -5  -0.03%
Ralston             5,997      5,994       -3  -0.05%
Gretna              5,035      5,046       11   0.22%
Bennington          1,625      1,669       44   2.64%
Waterloo            1,003      1,044       41   3.93%
Valley              2,070      2,117       47   2.22%
Lincoln           273,905    277,348    3,443   1.24%
Grand Island       51,252     51,440      188   0.37%

Nebraska        1,882,980  1,896,190   13,210   0.40%

Wow, Lincoln added more people than Omaha that year. That's impressive ontheir part.

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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby CapitalGuy » Thu May 19, 2016 10:36 pm

Yep, more than double. Over in the DSM metro, Ankeny is one of the top ten fastest growing cities in the US with over 50,000 people.

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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby HR Paperstacks » Thu May 19, 2016 11:45 pm

Coyote wrote:
Admin wrote:
HR Paperstacks wrote:It would be nice for a table plugin :;):

We will look into this.


I did a quick fix by adding bbcode
table, tr and td, but that is cumbersome with large tables.

Thanks! I made some formulas in Excel to put something together.

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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby MTO » Sat May 21, 2016 4:54 pm

So the Omaha CSA in 2010 was 902,041 and 952,018 in 2015, is 1 million by 2020 a safe bet. Well that's a growth rate of 5.54% apply that to the 2015 pop that's 1,004,784 in 2020.
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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby Omaha Cowboy » Sat May 21, 2016 9:22 pm

MTO wrote:So the Omaha CSA in 2010 was 902,041 and 952,018 in 2015, is 1 million by 2020 a safe bet. Well that's a growth rate of 5.54% apply that to the 2015 pop that's 1,004,784 in 2020.


If the population trend continues as estimates go, you look dead on accurate Jake.. But as we know, the US Census, as it relates to anything Omaha area related, seems to low ball the numbers with every year they estimate..

I don't get too "excited" over city population estimates. Metro and CSA are far more the important numbers imo. Some Des Moines people are wetting themselves over the latest Ankeny, IA population estimates.. Showing its in the top 5 fastest growing cities in the US.. Whatever.. To me, the more important bigger picture "indicator" is how healthy is that growth as it relates to the core city in their metro. Des Moines proper seems to be starting to grow slightly after years of decline.. Mainly due to being hamstrung in the annexation dept.. So that growth is more impressive to me than "explosive" Ankeny.. Omaha is the polar opposite- liberal annexation allows more aggressiveness.. Yet Omaha's city proper growth was pretty much nil 2014 to 2015..while Lincoln and Bellevue grew at a much faster rate. What does this mean? Omaha proper only grows when it aggressively annexes?? The official 2020 count may tell a different story. Again, whatever.. Correct me if I'm wrong, I don't recall a aggressive Omaha annexation package within the last 12 months anyway. But Omaha proper still grew. To me, that's more impressive..

As I've previously stated, I get more "Geeked" over the yearly metro and CSA estimates.. Which through 2015, show Omaha, Lincoln and Des Moines doing VERY well. I'm confident the trend will continue.. And as it relates to Omaha growth, keep in mind the low ball factor with the yearly estimates.. In each if the last 2 official census counts for example, we've been pleasantly surprised...

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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby HR Paperstacks » Sat May 21, 2016 10:21 pm

Omaha Cowboy wrote:et Omaha's city proper growth was pretty much nil 2014 to 2015..while Lincoln and Bellevue grew at a much faster rate.


Omaha proper may not have grown too much, but unincorporated Douglas County grew more than both:

2010 2014 2015 Diff % Chg
Omaha      408,958      442,316      443,885      1,569      0.35%
Balance of Douglas County      97,283      90,325      94,721      4,396      4.64%
Bellevue      50,137      54,772      55,510      738      1.33%
Lincoln      258,379      273,905      277,348      3,443      1.24%

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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby MTO » Sat May 21, 2016 11:49 pm

Omaha Cowboy wrote:
MTO wrote:So the Omaha CSA in 2010 was 902,041 and 952,018 in 2015, is 1 million by 2020 a safe bet. Well that's a growth rate of 5.54% apply that to the 2015 pop that's 1,004,784 in 2020.


If the population trend continues as estimates go, you look dead on accurate Jake.. But as we know, the US Census, as it relates to anything Omaha area related, seems to low ball the numbers with every year they estimate..

I don't get too "excited" over city population estimates. Metro and CSA are far more the important numbers imo. Some Des Moines people are wetting themselves over the latest Ankeny, IA population estimates.. Showing its in the top 5 fastest growing cities in the US.. Whatever.. To me, the more important bigger picture "indicator" is how healthy is that growth as it relates to the core city in their metro. Des Moines proper seems to be starting to grow slightly after years of decline.. Mainly due to being hamstrung in the annexation dept.. So that growth is more impressive to me than "explosive" Ankeny.. Omaha is the polar opposite- liberal annexation allows more aggressiveness.. Yet Omaha's city proper growth was pretty much nil 2014 to 2015..while Lincoln and Bellevue grew at a much faster rate. What does this mean? Omaha proper only grows when it aggressively annexes?? The official 2020 count may tell a different story. Again, whatever.. Correct me if I'm wrong, I don't recall a aggressive Omaha annexation package within the last 12 months anyway. But Omaha proper still grew. To me, that's more impressive..

As I've previously stated, I get more "Geeked" over the yearly metro and CSA estimates.. Which through 2015, show Omaha, Lincoln and Des Moines doing VERY well. I'm confident the trend will continue.. And as it relates to Omaha growth, keep in mind the low ball factor with the yearly estimates.. In each if the last 2 official census counts for example, we've been pleasantly surprised...

Ciao..LiO...Peace


These days I don't pay much mind to suburbs etc but it will be so satisfying to hit that 1 million mark.
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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby MTO » Sat May 21, 2016 11:50 pm

HR Paperstacks wrote:
Omaha Cowboy wrote:et Omaha's city proper growth was pretty much nil 2014 to 2015..while Lincoln and Bellevue grew at a much faster rate.


Omaha proper may not have grown too much, but unincorporated Douglas County grew more than both:

2010 2014 2015 Diff % Chg
Omaha      408,958      442,316      443,885      1,569      0.35%
Balance of Douglas County      97,283      90,325      94,721      4,396      4.64%
Bellevue      50,137      54,772      55,510      738      1.33%
Lincoln      258,379      273,905      277,348      3,443      1.24%


What's the unincorporated population growth of Sarpy for those years?
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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby HR Paperstacks » Sun May 22, 2016 2:31 am

MTO wrote:
HR Paperstacks wrote:
Omaha Cowboy wrote:et Omaha's city proper growth was pretty much nil 2014 to 2015..while Lincoln and Bellevue grew at a much faster rate.


Omaha proper may not have grown too much, but unincorporated Douglas County grew more than both:

2010 2014 2015 Diff % Chg
Omaha      408,958      442,316      443,885      1,569      0.35%
Balance of Douglas County      97,283      90,325      94,721      4,396      4.64%
Bellevue      50,137      54,772      55,510      738      1.33%
Lincoln      258,379      273,905      277,348      3,443      1.24%


What's the unincorporated population growth of Sarpy for those years?

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Balance of Sarpy County      68,081      74,464      77,121      2,657      3.45%

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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby Omaha Cowboy » Sun May 22, 2016 5:54 am

HR Paperstacks wrote:
Omaha Cowboy wrote:et Omaha's city proper growth was pretty much nil 2014 to 2015..while Lincoln and Bellevue grew at a much faster rate.


Omaha proper may not have grown too much, but unincorporated Douglas County grew more than both:

2010 2014 2015 Diff % Chg
Omaha      408,958      442,316      443,885      1,569      0.35%
Balance of Douglas County      97,283      90,325      94,721      4,396      4.64%
Bellevue      50,137      54,772      55,510      738      1.33%
Lincoln      258,379      273,905      277,348      3,443      1.24%


Exactly why I get more "excited" over the metro population estimates over the city population stuff :) ...

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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby Coyote » Sun May 22, 2016 9:50 am

HR Paperstacks wrote:
Omaha Cowboy wrote:et Omaha's city proper growth was pretty much nil 2014 to 2015..while Lincoln and Bellevue grew at a much faster rate.


Omaha proper may not have grown too much, but unincorporated Douglas County grew more than both:

2010 2014 2015 Diff % Chg
Omaha      408,958      442,316      443,885      1,569      0.35%
Balance of Douglas County      97,283      90,325      94,721      4,396      4.64%
Bellevue      50,137      54,772      55,510      738      1.33%
Lincoln      258,379      273,905      277,348      3,443      1.24%


Nice use of the table code :clap:
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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby HR Paperstacks » Sun May 22, 2016 10:04 am

Coyote wrote:Nice use of the table code :clap:

Thanks. I updated my original post with it and added a few entries as well:

HR Paperstacks wrote:
2010 2014 2015 Diff % Chg
Omaha      408,958      442,316      443,885      1,569      0.35%
Ralston      5,943      5,997      5,994      -3      -0.05%
Boys Town      745      649      634      -15      -2.37%
Waterloo      848      1,003      1,044      41      3.93%
Valley      1,875      2,070      2,117      47      2.22%
Bennington      1,458      1,625      1,669      44      2.64%
Balance of Douglas County      97,283      90,325      94,721      4,396      4.64%
Bellevue      50,137      54,772      55,510      738      1.33%
Papillion      18,894      19,515      19,510      -5      -0.03%
La Vista      15,758      16,922      16,921      -1      -0.01%
Springfield      1,529      1,583      1,584      1      0.06%
Gretna      4,441      5,035      5,046      11      0.22%
Balance of Sarpy County      68,081      74,464      77,121      2,657      3.45%
Council Bluffs      62,230      62,317      62,597      280      0.45%
Blair      7,990      7,988      7,975      -13      -0.16%
Grand Island      48,520      51,252      51,440      188      0.37%
Lincoln      258,379      273,905      277,348      3,443      1.24%


If anyone wants me add any other city I think I still have the Excel workbook I used to generate the bbcode.

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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby Omaha Cowboy » Sun May 22, 2016 10:16 am

Cool Paperstacks.. How about the balance of Lancaster county?...

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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby HR Paperstacks » Sun May 22, 2016 12:13 pm

Omaha Cowboy wrote:Cool Paperstacks.. How about the balance of Lancaster county?...

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By county ordered by size:
2010 2014 2015 Diff % Chg
Douglas County      517,110      543,985      550,064      6,079      1.11%
Omaha      408,958      442,316      443,885      1,569      0.35%
Ralston      5,943      5,997      5,994      -3      -0.05%
Valley      1,875      2,070      2,117      47      2.22%
Bennington      1,458      1,625      1,669      44      2.64%
Waterloo      848      1,003      1,044      41      3.93%
Boys Town      745      649      634      -15      -2.37%
Balance of Douglas County      97,283      90,325      94,721      4,396      4.64%
 
Sarpy County      158,840      172,291      175,692      3,401      1.94%
Bellevue      50,137      54,772      55,510      738      1.33%
Papillion      18,894      19,515      19,510      -5      -0.03%
La Vista      15,758      16,922      16,921      -1      -0.01%
Gretna      4,441      5,035      5,046      11      0.22%
Springfield      1,529      1,583      1,584      1      0.06%
Balance of Sarpy County      68,081      74,464      77,121      2,657      3.45%
 
Pottawattamie County      93,158      93,207      93,671      464      0.50%
Council Bluffs      62,230      62,317      62,597      280      0.45%
Carter Lake      3,785      3,767      3,791      24      0.63%
Oakland      1,527      1,505      1,507      2      0.13%
Avoca      1,506      1,506      1,504      -2      -0.13%
Treynor      919      940      952      12      1.26%
Underwood      917      939      940      1      0.11%
Neola      842      856      862      6      0.70%
Carson      812      812      816      4      0.49%
Walnut      785      773      776      3      0.39%
Crescent      617      622      630      8      1.27%
Minden      599      592      594      2      0.34%
Macedonia      246      244      245      1      0.41%
Hancock      196      195      195      0      0.00%
McClelland      151      150      151      1      0.66%
Shelby      23      23      23      0      0.00%
Balance of Pottawattamie County      18,003      17,966      18,088      122      0.67%
 
Lancaster County      285,407      302,742      306,468      3,726      1.22%
Lincoln      258,379      273,905      277,348      3,443      1.24%
Waverly      3,277      3,715      3,739      24      0.64%
Hickman      1,657      1,975      2,079      104      5.00%
Bennet      719      836      845      9      1.07%
Firth      590      586      586      0      0.00%
Malcolm      382      399      401      2      0.50%
Panama      256      281      281      0      0.00%
Roca      220      258      266      8      3.01%
Hallam      213      218      229      11      4.80%
Denton      190      195      201      6      2.99%
Raymond      167      185      185      0      0.00%
Davey      154      158      158      0      0.00%
Sprague      142      146      146      0      0.00%
Balance of Lancaster County      19,061      19,885      20,004      119      0.59%
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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby Omaha Cowboy » Sun May 22, 2016 12:21 pm

HR Paperstacks wrote:
Omaha Cowboy wrote:Cool Paperstacks.. How about the balance of Lancaster county?...

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By county ordered by size:
2010 2014 2015 Diff % Chg
Douglas County      517,110      543,985      550,064      6,079      1.11%
Omaha      408,958      442,316      443,885      1,569      0.35%
Ralston      5,943      5,997      5,994      -3      -0.05%
Valley      1,875      2,070      2,117      47      2.22%
Bennington      1,458      1,625      1,669      44      2.64%
Waterloo      848      1,003      1,044      41      3.93%
Boys Town      745      649      634      -15      -2.37%
Balance of Douglas County      97,283      90,325      94,721      4,396      4.64%
 
Sarpy County      158,840      172,291      175,692      3,401      1.94%
Bellevue      50,137      54,772      55,510      738      1.33%
Papillion      18,894      19,515      19,510      -5      -0.03%
La Vista      15,758      16,922      16,921      -1      -0.01%
Gretna      4,441      5,035      5,046      11      0.22%
Springfield      1,529      1,583      1,584      1      0.06%
Balance of Sarpy County      68,081      74,464      77,121      2,657      3.45%
 
Pottawattamie County      93,158      93,207      93,671      464      0.50%
Council Bluffs      62,230      62,317      62,597      280      0.45%
Carter Lake      3,785      3,767      3,791      24      0.63%
Oakland      1,527      1,505      1,507      2      0.13%
Avoca      1,506      1,506      1,504      -2      -0.13%
Treynor      919      940      952      12      1.26%
Underwood      917      939      940      1      0.11%
Neola      842      856      862      6      0.70%
Carson      812      812      816      4      0.49%
Walnut      785      773      776      3      0.39%
Crescent      617      622      630      8      1.27%
Minden      599      592      594      2      0.34%
Macedonia      246      244      245      1      0.41%
Hancock      196      195      195      0      0.00%
McClelland      151      150      151      1      0.66%
Shelby city      23      23      23      0      0.00%
Balance of Pottawattamie County      18,003      17,966      18,088      122      0.67%
 
Lancaster County      285,407      302,742      306,468      3,726      1.22%
Lincoln      258,379      273,905      277,348      3,443      1.24%
Waverly      3,277      3,715      3,739      24      0.64%
Hickman      1,657      1,975      2,079      104      5.00%
Bennet      719      836      845      9      1.07%
Firth      590      586      586      0      0.00%
Malcolm      382      399      401      2      0.50%
Panama      256      281      281      0      0.00%
Roca      220      258      266      8      3.01%
Hallam      213      218      229      11      4.80%
Denton      190      195      201      6      2.99%
Raymond      167      185      185      0      0.00%
Davey      154      158      158      0      0.00%
Sprague      142      146      146      0      0.00%
Balance of Lancaster County      19,061      19,885      20,004      119      0.59%


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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby HR Paperstacks » Sun May 22, 2016 12:40 pm

Adding in Hall County (Grand Island), Buffalo County (Kearney) & Dodge County (Fremont):
2010 2014 2015 Diff % Chg
Hall County      58,607      61,509      61,680      171      0.28%
Grand Island      48,520      51,252      51,440      188      0.37%
Wood River      1,325      1,369      1,367      -2      -0.15%
Doniphan      829      850      847      -3      -0.35%
Cairo      785      808      807      -1      -0.12%
Alda      642      657      655      -2      -0.31%
Balance of Hall County      6,506      6,573      6,564      -9      -0.14%
 
Buffalo County      46,102      48,348      48,863      515      1.05%
Kearney      30,787      32,565      33,021      456      1.38%
Gibbon      1,833      1,868      1,879      11      0.59%
Ravenna      1,360      1,369      1,373      4      0.29%
Shelton      1,059      1,066      1,064      -2      -0.19%
Elm Creek      901      958      958      0      0.00%
Pleasanton      341      346      349      3      0.86%
Amherst      248      252      252      0      0.00%
Riverdale      182      185      185      0      0.00%
Miller      136      138      138      0      0.00%
Balance of Buffalo County      9,255      9,601      9,644      43      0.45%
 
Dodge County      36,691      36,725      36,706      -19      -0.05%
Fremont      26,397      26,489      26,474      -15      -0.06%
North Bend      1,177      1,234      1,234      0      0.00%
Scribner      857      844      846      2      0.24%
Hooper      830      830      829      -1      -0.12%
Dodge      612      601      597      -4      -0.67%
Nickerson      369      358      356      -2      -0.56%
Inglewood      325      322      322      0      0.00%
Snyder      300      298      298      0      0.00%
Uehling      230      228      228      0      0.00%
Winslow      103      106      106      0      0.00%
Balance of Dodge County      5,491      5,415      5,416      1      0.02%

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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

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While we're making requests; what's the % change of the Omaha CSA from 2014 to 2015?
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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

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MTO wrote:While we're making requests; what's the % change of the Omaha CSA from 2014 to 2015?

2010 2014 2015 Diff % Chg
Douglas County, NE      517,110      543,985      550,064      6,079      1.11%
Omaha      408,958      442,316      443,885      1,569      0.35%
Ralston      5,943      5,997      5,994      -3      -0.05%
Valley      1,875      2,070      2,117      47      2.22%
Bennington      1,458      1,625      1,669      44      2.64%
Waterloo      848      1,003      1,044      41      3.93%
Boys Town      745      649      634      -15      -2.37%
Balance of Douglas County      97,283      90,325      94,721      4,396      4.64%
 
Sarpy County, NE      158,840      172,291      175,692      3,401      1.94%
Bellevue      50,137      54,772      55,510      738      1.33%
Papillion      18,894      19,515      19,510      -5      -0.03%
La Vista      15,758      16,922      16,921      -1      -0.01%
Gretna      4,441      5,035      5,046      11      0.22%
Springfield      1,529      1,583      1,584      1      0.06%
Balance of Sarpy County      68,081      74,464      77,121      2,657      3.45%
 
Pottawattamie County, IA      93,158      93,207      93,671      464      0.50%
Council Bluffs      62,230      62,317      62,597      280      0.45%
Carter Lake      3,785      3,767      3,791      24      0.63%
Oakland      1,527      1,505      1,507      2      0.13%
Avoca      1,506      1,506      1,504      -2      -0.13%
Treynor      919      940      952      12      1.26%
Underwood      917      939      940      1      0.11%
Neola      842      856      862      6      0.70%
Carson      812      812      816      4      0.49%
Walnut      785      773      776      3      0.39%
Crescent      617      622      630      8      1.27%
Minden      599      592      594      2      0.34%
Macedonia      246      244      245      1      0.41%
Hancock      196      195      195      0      0.00%
McClelland      151      150      151      1      0.66%
Shelby city      23      23      23      0      0.00%
Balance of Pottawattamie County      18,003      17,966      18,088      122      0.67%
 
Main Three Counties Total      769,108      809,483      819,427      9,944      1.21%
 
Cass County, NE      25,241      25,496      25,512      16      0.06%
Plattsmouth      6,502      6,485      6,462      -23      -0.36%
Louisville      1,106      1,148      1,174      26      2.21%
Weeping Water      1,050      1,057      1,057      0      0.00%
Eagle      1,024      1,042      1,047      5      0.48%
Elmwood      634      638      639      1      0.16%
Greenwood      568      572      571      -1      -0.18%
Murray      463      471      472      1      0.21%
Cedar Creek      390      397      397      0      0.00%
Avoca      242      241      241      0      0.00%
Murdock      236      235      235      0      0.00%
Union      233      232      232      0      0.00%
Nehawka      204      204      203      -1      -0.49%
Manley      178      164      163      -1      -0.61%
Alvo      132      132      131      -1      -0.76%
South Bend      99      99      99      0      0.00%
Balance of Cass County      12,180      12,379      12,389      10      0.08%
 
Saunders County, NE      20,780      20,932      21,016      84      0.40%
Wahoo      4,508      4,487      4,511      24      0.53%
Ashland      2,453      2,542      2,558      16      0.63%
Yutan      1,174      1,196      1,212      16      1.32%
Ceresco      889      899      897      -2      -0.22%
Cedar Bluffs      610      595      595      0      0.00%
Mead      569      559      557      -2      -0.36%
Valparaiso      570      554      552      -2      -0.36%
Weston      324      324      326      2      0.61%
Prague      303      299      299      0      0.00%
Ithaca      148      151      151      0      0.00%
Morse Bluff      135      135      135      0      0.00%
Malmo      120      118      118      0      0.00%
Memphis      114      115      115      0      0.00%
Leshara      112      110      111      1      0.90%
Colon      110      108      109      1      0.92%
Balance of Saunders County      8,641      8,740      8,770      30      0.34%
 
Washington County, NE      20,234      20,265      20,248      -17      -0.08%
Blair      7,990      7,988      7,975      -13      -0.16%
Arlington      1,243      1,246      1,246      0      0.00%
Fort Calhoun      908      918      917      -1      -0.11%
Kennard      361      357      359      2      0.56%
Herman      268      267      265      -2      -0.75%
Washington      150      148      147      -1      -0.68%
Balance of Washington County      9,314      9,341      9,339      -2      -0.02%
 
Mills County, IA      15,059      14,754      14,844      90      0.61%
Glenwood      5,269      5,219      5,253      34      0.65%
Malvern      1,142      1,110      1,117      7      0.63%
Pacific Junction      471      456      457      1      0.22%
Emerson      438      424      425      1      0.24%
Silver City      245      241      243      2      0.82%
Henderson      185      182      183      1      0.55%
Hastings      152      149      150      1      0.67%
Tabor      84      83      83      0      0.00%
Balance of Mills County      7,073      6,890      6,933      43      0.62%
 
Harrison County, IA      14,928      14,337      14,265      -72      -0.50%
Missouri Valley      2,838      2,699      2,695      -4      -0.15%
Logan      1,534      1,474      1,465      -9      -0.61%
Woodbine      1,459      1,433      1,422      -11      -0.77%
Dunlap      1,042      986      977      -9      -0.92%
Mondamin      402      379      374      -5      -1.34%
Persia      319      301      299      -2      -0.67%
Modale      283      269      262      -7      -2.67%
Pisgah      251      240      239      -1      -0.42%
Magnolia      183      175      174      -1      -0.57%
Little Sioux      170      163      162      -1      -0.62%
Balance of Harrison County      6,447      6,218      6,196      -22      -0.36%
 
MSA Total      865,350      905,267      915,312      10,045      1.10%
 
Dodge County, NE      36,691      36,725      36,706      -19      -0.05%
Fremont      26,397      26,489      26,474      -15      -0.06%
North Bend      1,177      1,234      1,234      0      0.00%
Scribner      857      844      846      2      0.24%
Hooper      830      830      829      -1      -0.12%
Dodge      612      601      597      -4      -0.67%
Nickerson      369      358      356      -2      -0.56%
Inglewood      325      322      322      0      0.00%
Snyder      300      298      298      0      0.00%
Uehling      230      228      228      0      0.00%
Winslow      103      106      106      0      0.00%
Balance of Dodge County      5,491      5,415      5,416      1      0.02%
 
CSA Total      902,041      941,992      952,018      10,026      1.05%
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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby MTO » Sun May 22, 2016 3:53 pm

Interesting our CSA growth rate dropped a bit towards the end of those five years. It may be a close call if we hit 1 million by 2020, maybe factoring in a little compound interest into the equation could help it though.

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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby Omaha Cowboy » Mon May 23, 2016 11:40 pm

Paperstacks, I rarely give these out anymore.. In fact, in the year or so since I've been back, I've only given out one of these- but you get a big time "Cowboy BRAVO" for your posts here.. Excellent, informative attention to detail..

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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby HR Paperstacks » Tue May 24, 2016 8:37 am

Thanks guys! The nerd in me enjoys doing this type of stuff.

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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby MTO » Tue Jun 07, 2016 3:16 pm

Although it's purely academic but Nebraska grew 1.27% faster than Iowa even though they added 7,895 more than us between 2010 and 2015. Extrapolating forward Nebraska will be a whopping 1,966,039 in 2020. It's kinda funny because states like California and Texas 1,890,862 and 2,323,553 respectively add a Nebraska in just 5 years.
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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby Omaha Cowboy » Tue Jun 07, 2016 5:13 pm

MTO wrote:Although it's purely academic but Nebraska grew 1.27% faster than Iowa even though they added 7,895 more than us between 2010 and 2015. Extrapolating forward Nebraska will be a whopping 1,966,039 in 2020. It's kinda funny because states like California and Texas 1,890,862 and 2,323,553 respectively add a Nebraska in just 5 years.


Good Intel. To piggy back your info- where do you project Omaha's MSA and CSA populations for the 2020 census?...

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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby MTO » Tue Jun 07, 2016 5:28 pm

The Don asks the Don receives; 2020 MSA 965,312O and 2020 CSA 1,002,018.
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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby Omaha Cowboy » Tue Jun 07, 2016 7:00 pm

MTO wrote:The Don asks the Don receives; 2020 MSA 965,312O and 2020 CSA 1,002,018.


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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby iamjacobm » Tue Dec 20, 2016 5:41 pm

New state estimates put Nebraska over 1.9 million.

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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby Garrett » Wed Dec 21, 2016 1:25 am

1,907,116 to be precise, putting Nebraska at a growth rate of 4.4% since 2010 compared to 4.7% nationally and 1.5% in just the Midwest.
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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby nativeomahan » Fri Dec 23, 2016 11:15 pm

Any breakdown by county?

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nativeomahan wrote:Any breakdown by county?

That doesn't come out til March
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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

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This is a baaaad sign, Trulia shows property sales have TANKED in Omaha! I hope it's a national trend and not a local one.

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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby Pat » Fri Jan 20, 2017 5:16 pm

I fail to understand how this relates to the 2015 Census. :shrug:

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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

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I'm to lazy to start a 2017 population thread.
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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby Garrett » Sun Jan 22, 2017 6:50 pm

MTO wrote:This is a baaaad sign, Trulia shows property sales have TANKED in Omaha! I hope it's a national trend and not a local one.

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Property sales always drop during the winter. And according to this article, Omaha actually has a pretty big housing shortage that could be contributing to lack of sales. But that definitely is a massive decline.

http://www.realtor.com/news/trends/top-10-housing-markets-constrained-by-tight-inventory/?cid=soc_shares_article_fb
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Re: 2015 Census Estimates

Postby Omababe » Mon Jan 23, 2017 5:37 am

Garrett wrote:
MTO wrote:http://www.realtor.com/news/trends/top-10-housing-markets-constrained-by-tight-inventory


One acquaintance of mine who is a realtor has been saying it's a seller's market for some time now. It seems like, at least in the southwest 'burbs, "For Sale" signs don't last very long and I'm aware of two homes that have recently sold without a sign at all.

Kinda surprised to see Detroit on that list. I would have expected that to be more of a buyer's market.


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