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2390
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Mecklenburg County is first in per capita personal income for 1992, according to a Bureau of Economic Analysis report that ranked the state's 100 counties for the periods 1980-82 and 1990-92.
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State Planning Newsletter (NoCar HD 87.5 S72), Vol. 1 Issue 3, Sept 1994, p3-5, il
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2479
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The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development estimates the state's 1995 median family income at $36,100, compared to the national figure of $40,200.
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State Planning Newsletter (NoCar HD 87.5 S72), Vol. 2 Issue 2, July 1995, p4-5, il
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2915
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Between 1990 and 1995, the state's metropolitan areas grew faster than non-metropolitan ones, with the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill and Wilmington areas showing the largest growth rate.
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2914
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The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development estimates the state's 1996 median family income at $39,100, compared to the national figure of $41,600.
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3021
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Between 1987 and 1992, the number of businesses owned by women across the country increased by 43 percent. The state ranked 38th, with 32.4 percent of businesses owned by women.
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3130
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The 1995 Municipal Estimates lists 527 municipalities in the state. Of these, 14 have populations above 50,000 and 384 have populations of less than 1,000, with Delview, in Gaston County, the smallest at ten.
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State Planning Newsletter (NoCar HD 87.5 S72), Vol. 3 Issue 4, Fall 1996, p3-5, il
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3131
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Per capita personal income in the state rose from $3,024 in 1969 to $21,103 in 1995. During this period the state's ranking rose from 40th to 32nd.
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3275
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Wake County is profiled in such areas as population and housing, health status, education status, government safety, economic conditions, and environment and infrastructure.
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5560
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The state's Hispanic population has steadily increased for the period 1990-93, as reflected in population and birth statistics. Although Hispanics live in all 100 counties, the bulk of the population is found in the south-central agricultural counties.
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