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Change in Population Age 65 and Over
Year: 2000-2010; Region: 50 Largest MSAs

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  -10K 14.9K 40.6K 66.4K 92.1K 117K 143K 169K 195K
  -23K 2.06K 27.8K 53.5K 79.2K 105K 130K 156K 182K 207K
 

# of MSAs

10         Jac...                            
        San...                            
      Ric... San...                            
      Cin... Nas...                            
      St.... Bal...   Min...                        
5       Okl... Det...   San...                        
      Lou... Phi... Por... Sea...                        
    Har... Tam... Col... San... Mia...                        
  Pro... Bir... Sal... Kan... Aus... Den...             Dal...          
  Buf... Mil... Mem... Vir... Cha... Orl...         Pho...   Atl...          
0 Pit... New... Cle... Roc... Ind... Bos... Sac... Las... Chi... Riv...   Was...   Hou... New...     Los...  
  -23K 2.06K 27.8K 53.5K 79.2K 105K 130K 156K 182K 207K
  -10K 14.9K 40.6K 66.4K 92.1K 117K 143K 169K 195K
 

Definition: Absolute change in the population age 65 and over.

Notes: Metropolitan area totals summed from counties.
Disregard the following note for all metros outside Colorado:  For Denver, Greeley and Boulder, CO metros only: while indicators in diversitydata.org generally reflect metropolitan area definitions as of June, 2003; 2000 population counts for the Denver, Greeley, and Boulder, CO metropolitan areas reflect 1999 definitions when the municipality of Broomfield, CO was divided into these three metro areas. In 2001, Broomfield became its own county and part of the Denver, CO metro area, where it is included in 2010 counts.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau. 2000 and 2010 Decennial Censuses, Summary File 1.