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DemographicsLake County
Population
Population Estimates
201028,787
201129,030
201229,025
201329,017
Estimates of the Components of Resident Population Change: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2013
2013 Population Estimate29,017
Total Population Change271
Natural Increase348
Births1,176
Deaths828
Migration-72
Historic Population Growth
1890--
1900--
1910--
1920--
19309,541
194013,490
195013,835
196013,104
197014,445
198019,056
199021,041
200026,507
201028,746
Service Populations
Veterans
Population Projections
Civilian population 18 years and over21,546
Veterans2,955
Non Veterans18,591
Percent By Period of Service
Gulf War (>9/01)5.0%
Gulf War (8/90-8/01)12.8%
Vietnam era40.9%
Korean War11.9%
World War II2.7%
Poverty
Below Poverty Level (Number)
Total6,578
Male3,046
Female3,532
< 18 Years2,425
18 to 64 years3,779
65 years and over374
Below Poverty Level (Percent)
Total23.2%
Male22.0%
Female24.4%
< 18 Years34.2%
18 to 64 years23.0%
65 years and over7.7%
Children Ages 0-17 Living Below Federal Poverty Level (Number)
20001,818
20011,960
20021,991
20031,897
20041,717
20051,808
20061,896
20072,233
20082,139
20092,197
20102,194
20112,394
Children Ages 0-17 Living Below Federal Poverty Level (Percent)
200026.0%
200127.7%
200228.7%
200328.1%
200425.5%
200527.5%
200627.4%
200733.0%
200831.1%
200931.3%
201030.8%
201133.1%
IndustriesLake County
Agriculture
Top Five Agriculture Producers by County, 2012
Corn Sales (Dollars)$1,202,000
Barley Sales (Dollars)$0
Wheat Sales (Dollars)$7,779,000
Crop Totals (Dollars)$24,269,000
Top Five Livestock Producers by County, 2012
Sheep, Including Lambs Sales (Heads)$1,494
Sheep, Including Lambs Sales (Dollars)$287,000
Hog Sales (Heads)$353
Hog Sales (Dollars)$53,000
Cattle, Including Calves Sales (Heads)$27,197
Cattle, Including Calves Sales (Dollars)$28,607,000
Occupations
Management, business, science, and arts4,098
Service2,583
Sales and office2,044
Natural resources, construction, and maintenance1,366
Production, transportation, and material moving1,359
Main Street
Employment Status
Population 16 years and over22,456
Civilian labor force - Employed11,450
Civilian labor force - Unemployed1,702
Armed Forces4
Not in labor force9,300
Females 16 years and over11,631
Mean travel time to work (minutes)21
Income and Benefits
Mean earnings (dollars)46,470
Mean Social Security income (dollars)16,045
Mean retirement income (dollars)20,406
Mean Supplemental Security Income (dollars)8,904
Mean cash public assistance income (dollars)2,838
Median family income (dollars)49,105
Mean family income (dollars)57,602
Earnings in the Past 12 Months
Total41,854
Male47,832
Female34,122
Establishments with Respective Number of Employees
1 - 4529
5 - 9129
10-1977
20-4929
50-997
100-2492
250-4993
500-9990
1,000 or more0
Number of Establishments
Employer Establishments776
Non Employer Establishments2,360
Small Businesses3,665
CrimeLake County
Sexual and/or Violent Offenders - Percent of Population
Total Population28,746
Percent of Total Population0.00574%
Offender Population165
County of Sentence
Inmates126
Offenders in Alternate Facility53
Offenders in Prerelease49
of Offenders on P&P Supervision432
All Active DOC Offenders660
Number Per 1000 County Population22.9%
County Population on July 1 201228,766
EducationLake County
Schools Funding
Difference in School Funding 2013 - 2014
2013$21,006,867
2014$21,483,177
Dollars Difference$476,309
Percent Difference2%

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