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The 1990 Census indicates that one in every four persons in North Carolina is a member of a minority group. Surles presents race-specific analyses of the socio-demographic characteristics of North Carolina's minorities.
Urban and regional planners forecast population size and number of school-aged children to estimate the demand for public facilities and services over near-term and long-term planning horizons. They also estimate the economic, environmental and fiscal impacts of new development projects on local jurisdictions. State planners forecast public-school enrollments generated by county-level residential development and demographic change.