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Population

A region's economy thrives or dives because of the people who choose to live there. That choice may occur by being born there and desiring to stay, or a more deliberate one of choosing to relocate from somewhere else. Monitoring change in the size and movement of population is an important barometer of well-being.

Population Over Time
 19902000200520102018
Total Population130,598148,954158,834172,803193,048
Change Since 1990 18,35628,23642,20562,450
Pct. Change Since 1990 14.1%21.6%32.3%47.8%
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Source: US Census Bureau
Components of Population Change 2017 to 2018
 Numbergraph
Net Domestic Migration-1,188
International Migration1,425
Natural Increase (births minus deaths)1,128
Births2,318
Deaths1,190
Source: US Census Bureau
Population Estimates by Age in 2018
 NumberPct. Dist
Preschool (0 to 4)11,4615.9%
School Age (5 to 17)28,52214.8%
College Age (18 to 24)45,63423.6%
Young Adult (25 to 44)47,79424.8%
Older Adult (45 to 64)37,16619.3%
Older (65 plus)22,47111.6%
Source: US Census Bureau
Population Estimates by Race and Hispanic Origin in 2018
 NumberPct. Dist
American Ind. or Alaskan Native Alone7640.4%
Asian Alone16,5278.6%
Black Alone10,9215.7%
Native Hawaiian and Other Pac. Isl. Alone1070.1%
White Alone160,52683.2%
Two or More Race Groups4,2032.2%
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Hispanic or Latino
Non-Hispanic or Latino176,63691.5%
Hispanic or Latino16,4128.5%
Source: US Census Bureau
Households in 2017
 NumberPct. Dist
Total Households68,771100.0%
  Family Households39,08556.8%
    Married with Children12,42418.1%
    Married without Children17,09324.9%
    Single Parents5,7988.4%
    Other3,7705.5%
  Non-family Households29,68643.2%
    Living Alone20,05929.2%
Average Household Size2.79
Average Family Household Size4.90
Source: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey 5 Year Estimates
Population Counts by Decade
 PopulationNumerical
Chg.
Pct. Chg.
195074,473NANA
196089,12214,64919.7%
1970109,37820,25622.7%
1980121,70212,32411.3%
1990130,5988,8967.3%
April 2000148,95418,35614.1%
April 2010172,80323,84916.0%
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Source: U.S. Census Bureau
Population Projections
 20102015202020252030
Population Projections172,780182,205190,530197,949204,842
Change Since 2010 9,42517,75025,16932,062
Pct. Change Since 2010 5.5%10.3%14.6%18.6%
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Source: Indiana Business Research Center.
Note: 2010 data are census counts from the U.S. Census Bureau

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