Population change by Race/Ethnicity, Sex, and Age Group by ZIP Code, 2010 to 2018.
It is important to understand the flow of a population to or from a select geography, in order to shape policy in regards to the ever-changing demographic breakdown of that place. Likewise, to know the ebb and flow of a select demographic can be an indicator of the assets, lifestyle, cost of living within that place.
Overall, the population in Erie County has fallen between 2010 – 2020, excepting for the minority populations which all saw a rise. While the Hispanic population saw the highest increase (+2,625), the Asian population actually experienced the highest percentage change, from 3,245 to 5,498, representing a +69.4% increase.
Distributed by age, the only segments which saw a significant increase were between 60 to 69 and 70 to 79 years old (+9,778 and +6,562 respectively). The highest decrease was within the population age range from 40 to 49, down -8,480 between 2010 and 2018.
Geographically, the ZIP codes which saw the highest average increase across all population segments were 16509 and 16511. The ZIP codes which suffered the highest attrition rates were 16502, 16504, and 16505.
EVS analyzes the data in each topic category using indicators, which report a targeted and digestible number, rate, or amount to represent Erie County as a whole. While this does not cover every aspect of the topic, it assists in establishing Erie's performance relative to the prior year(s). The indicator for the Migration topic is:
This indicator measures the change in the number of 25-to-34-year-olds in Erie County for latest data year. This age group includes younger workers who play a large role in the region's talent pool.The trend for Migration of 25-to-34-year-olds in Erie County is up and betterfrom 2018 to 2019, with a reported rise of +256 individuals representing +0.7% within the County.
Data from the U.S. Census ACS as of 12/2020.
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