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Table Data - Resident Population in Chester County, SC

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Title Resident Population in Chester County, SC
Series ID SCCHES3POP
Source U.S. Census Bureau
Release Annual Estimates of the Population for Counties (Not a Press Release)
Seasonal Adjustment Not Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency Annual
Units Thousands of Persons
Date Range 1970-01-01 to 2023-01-01
Last Updated 2024-03-14 1:55 PM CDT
Notes Data for "Resident Population" are estimates as of July 1. Data for 1970, 1980, 1990, and 2000 are annual census.

Population estimates are updated annually using current data on births, deaths, and migration to calculate population change since the most recent decennial census. The annual time series of estimates begins with the most recent decennial census data and extends to the vintage year. Each vintage of estimates includes all years since the most recent decennial census.
DATE VALUE
1970-01-01 29.811
1971-01-01 30.100
1972-01-01 30.200
1973-01-01 30.100
1974-01-01 30.400
1975-01-01 30.300
1976-01-01 30.300
1977-01-01 30.200
1978-01-01 30.400
1979-01-01 30.200
1980-01-01 30.148
1981-01-01 30.992
1982-01-01 31.122
1983-01-01 30.729
1984-01-01 31.107
1985-01-01 31.266
1986-01-01 31.656
1987-01-01 31.932
1988-01-01 32.053
1989-01-01 32.103
1990-01-01 32.204
1991-01-01 32.457
1992-01-01 32.438
1993-01-01 32.388
1994-01-01 32.492
1995-01-01 32.466
1996-01-01 32.759
1997-01-01 33.024
1998-01-01 33.457
1999-01-01 33.901
2000-01-01 34.129
2001-01-01 33.953
2002-01-01 33.894
2003-01-01 33.648
2004-01-01 33.270
2005-01-01 32.918
2006-01-01 32.683
2007-01-01 32.645
2008-01-01 32.778
2009-01-01 32.467
2010-01-01 33.163
2011-01-01 32.884
2012-01-01 32.708
2013-01-01 32.744
2014-01-01 32.449
2015-01-01 32.420
2016-01-01 32.299
2017-01-01 32.300
2018-01-01 32.281
2019-01-01 32.186
2020-01-01 32.284
2021-01-01 32.148
2022-01-01 31.993
2023-01-01 32.226

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