The population count of Miami-Dade County, FL was 2,600,861 in 2014.

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Demographics and Population Datasets Involving Miami-Dade County, FL

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    Estimados anuales poblacionales por municipio y Puerto Rico / Annual Population Estimates for Puerto Rico and its municipios

    www.indicadores.pr | Last Updated 2016-03-30T21:41:45.000Z

    Fuente: Estimaciones intercensales poblacionales, Junta de Planificación, 1950-2000; Intercensal Population Estimates, U.S. Census Bureau, 2000-10; Annual Population Estimates (Vintage 2015), 2010-15. Notas: 1) El municipio de Canóvanas se constituyó en 1970, por lo cual no fue incorporado en los estimados anuales poblacionales hasta después de que se realizó el Censo 1980. 2) El municipio de Florida se constituyó en 1971, por lo cual no fue incorporado en los estimados anuales poblacionales hasta después de que se realizó el Censo 1980. 3) Las estimaciones intercensales para las decadas de 1950-60, 1960-70 y 1970-80 se basan en interpolaciones lineales. 4) Las estimaciones intercensales para las decadas de 1980-90 y 1990-2000 se basan en interpolaciones exponenciales. 5) Para mas informacion sobre la metodologia utilizada para los estimados intercensales de la decada 2000-10, ver: http://www.census.gov/popest/methodology/2000-2010_Intercensal_Estimates_Methodology.pdf 6) Para mas información sobre la metodología utilizada para los estimados anuales poblacionales para la decada 2010-20, ver: http://www.census.gov/popest/

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    Food Insecurity Rates (2009 - Present)

    data.nola.gov | Last Updated 2015-11-03T21:59:02.000Z

    This data includes the percentage of the population that is food insecure in Orleans Parish and other counties, including: Davidson County (TN), East Baton Rouge Parish (LA), Fulton County (GA), Hillsborough County (FL), Jefferson County (KY), Miami-Dade County (FL), Oklahoma County (OK), Shelby County (TN), and Wake County (NC). The data is available annually beginning in 2009.

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    Population and population growth (2010 - Present)

    data.nola.gov | Last Updated 2015-10-05T18:35:56.000Z

    This population data comes from the U.S. Census Bureau's Population Estimates Program, which are published on an annual basis. It includes data for the following counties: Orleans Parish, LA (New Orleans); Oklahoma County, OK (Oklahoma City); Hillsborough County, FL (Tampa); Wake County, NC (Raleigh); Fulton County, GA (Atlanta); Miami-Dade County, FL (Miami); Davidson County, TN (Nashville); Shelby County, TN (Memphis); and Jefferson County, KY (Louisville). This data covers the time period of 2010 to present.

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    Grocery Store Access (2010)

    data.nola.gov | Last Updated 2015-08-26T20:40:08.000Z

    This data includes the percentage of the population that is low grocery store access in Orleans Parish and other counties, including: Davidson County (TN), East Baton Rouge Parish (LA), Fulton County (GA), Hillsborough County (FL), Jefferson County (KY), Miami-Dade County (FL), Oklahoma County (OK), Shelby County (TN), and Wake County (NC).

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    Percent of Adults Reporting Fair or Poor Health (2008 - Present)

    data.nola.gov | Last Updated 2015-11-03T15:50:28.000Z

    This dataset includes the percent of adults reporting fair or poor health for Orleans Parish and several benchmark counties, including: Davidson County (TN), East Baton Rouge Parish (LA), Fulton County (GA), Hillsborough County (FL), Jefferson County (KY), Miami-Dade County (FL), Oklahoma County (OK), Shelby County (TN), and Wake County (NC). The data comes from the County Health Rankings and Roadmaps analysis of Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) data. BRFSS is a national random digit dial (RDD) telephone survey. Data obtained from the BRFSS are representative of the total non-institutionalized population over 18 years of age living in households with a land line telephone. For the County Health Rankings, data from the BRFSS are used to measure various health behaviors and health-related quality of life (HRQoL) indicators. All data from the BRFSS are weighted by population and the HRQoL measures are age-adjusted. County Health Rankings obtained county-level measures, in almost all instances aggregated over seven years, from the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS)/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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    Directory Of Unsheltered Street Homeless To General Population Ratio 2011

    data.cityofnewyork.us | Last Updated 2014-09-05T17:40:17.000Z

    "Ratio of Homeless Population to General Population in major US Cities in 2011. *This represents a list of large U.S. cities for which DHS was able to confirm a recent estimate of the unsheltered population. A 2011 result is available for Seattle, WA, Miami, FL, and Boston, MA.. 2011 results are not yet available for the other cities, and their 2009 data are displayed in this chart. General population figures are 2010 estimates in New York, San Francisco, and Chicago, and 2009 estimates elsewhere."

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    Unemployment Rate (2005- Present)

    data.nola.gov | Last Updated 2016-01-22T22:37:22.000Z

    This unemployment rate data comes from the Bureau of Labot Statistics Local Area Unemployment Statistics (LAUS), which are published on a monthly basis. It is not seasonally adjusted. It includes data for the following counties: Orleans Parish, LA (New Orleans); Oklahoma County, OK (Oklahoma City); Hillsborough County, FL (Tampa); Wake County, NC (Raleigh); Fulton County, GA (Atlanta); Miami-Dade County, FL (Miami); Davidson County, TN (Nashville); Shelby County, TN (Memphis); Jefferson County, KY (Louisiville). This data covers the time period of 2005 to present.

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    Jobs and Job Growth (2004-Present)

    data.nola.gov | Last Updated 2015-10-13T20:33:53.000Z

    This data on farm, nonfarm, and total jobs comes from the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and is published on an annual basis. It includes data for the following counties: Orleans Parish, LA (New Orleans); Oklahoma County, OK (Oklahoma City); Hillsborough County, FL (Tampa); Wake County, NC (Raleigh); Fulton County, GA (Atlanta); Miami-Dade County, FL (Miami); Davidson County, TN (Nashville); Shelby County, TN (Memphis); and Jefferson County, KY (Louisville).

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    Life Expectancy (1999 - Present)

    data.nola.gov | Last Updated 2015-11-03T22:17:01.000Z

    This dataset includes the life expectancy for men and women for Orleans Parish and several benchmark counties, including: Davidson County (TN), East Baton Rouge Parish (LA), Fulton County (GA), Hillsborough County (FL), Jefferson County (KY), Miami-Dade County (FL), Oklahoma County (OK), Shelby County (TN), and Wake County (NC). The data comes from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, University of Washington. It is available on an annual basis beginning in 1999.

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    Homeless Point In Time Count (2005 - Present)

    data.nola.gov | Last Updated 2016-01-13T16:04:31.000Z

    This data set includes the homeless point in time counts for New Orleans Continuum of Care and the Continuums of Care in other benchmark cities including: Atlanta (GA), Miami (FL), Tampa (FL), Nashville (TN), Memphis (TN), Raleigh (NC). Baton Rouge (LA), Oklahoma City (OK), and Louisville (KY). Data is provided annually beginning in 2005.