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Population Projection by Age for 2000-2040
Permanent Residents Total Number of Residents(Permanent + Institutional)
County Place Age 2000 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 2035 2040 2000 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 20352040
Gulf Gulf County 0-4 674 649 653 638 639 642 646 648 674 649 653 638 639 642 646 648
Gulf Gulf County 5-9 807 649 727 717 704 702 709 717 807 649 727 717 704 702 709 717
Gulf Gulf County 10-14 870 808 688 761 752 738 744 753 870 808 688 761 752 738 744 753
Gulf Gulf County 15-19 816 742 742 625 696 684 678 687 822 752 752 635 706 694 688 697
Gulf Gulf County 20-24 560 626 659 654 554 624 611 609 743 926 983 978 878 948 935 933
Gulf Gulf County 25-29 695 627 565 616 618 522 591 582 1049 1206 1192 1243 1245 1149 1218 1209
Gulf Gulf County 30-34 729 570 486 487 536 533 446 518 1086 1154 1118 1119 1168 1165 1078 1150
Gulf Gulf County 35-39 993 564 550 523 518 572 580 479 1336 1125 1157 1130 1125 1179 1187 1086
Gulf Gulf County 40-44 999 750 619 664 632 629 693 709 1300 1241 1150 1195 1163 1160 1224 1240
Gulf Gulf County 45-49 907 1018 875 780 834 802 804 877 1115 1358 1242 1147 1201 1169 1171 1244
Gulf Gulf County 50-54 866 1050 1121 996 898 952 928 936 967 1215 1299 1174 1076 1130 1106 1114
Gulf Gulf County 55-59 795 1065 1095 1189 1052 946 1015 995 840 1139 1175 1269 1132 1026 1095 1075
Gulf Gulf County 60-64 751 1011 1102 1132 1241 1094 988 1068 777 1054 1148 1178 1287 1140 1034 1114
Gulf Gulf County 65-69 683 828 1001 1079 1116 1230 1088 987 699 854 1029 1107 1144 1258 1116 1015
Gulf Gulf County 70-74 591 643 767 920 991 1027 1141 1014 596 652 776 929 1000 1036 1150 1023
Gulf Gulf County 75+ 877 1077 1257 1476 1776 2057 2297 2581 879 1081 1261 1480 1780 2061 2301 2585
Gulf Gulf County Total 12613 12677 12907 13257 13557 13754 13959 14160 14560 15863 16350 16700 17000 17197 17402 17603
Notes:  Not Available.
Sources:  Estimates and projections by Shimberg Center for Housing Studies, based on 2000 and 2010 U.S. Census data and population projections by the Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida.