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DemographicsPondera County
Population
Population Estimates
20106,168
20116,186
20126,155
20136,211
Estimates of the Components of Resident Population Change: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2013
2013 Population Estimate6,211
Total Population Change58
Natural Increase28
Births232
Deaths204
Migration38
Historic Population Growth
1890--
1900--
1910--
19205,741
19306,964
19406,716
19506,392
19607,653
19706,611
19806,731
19906,433
20006,424
20106,153
Service Populations
Veterans
Population Projections
Civilian population 18 years and over4,648
Veterans543
Non Veterans4,105
Percent By Period of Service
Gulf War (>9/01)8.5%
Gulf War (8/90-8/01)6.4%
Vietnam era31.9%
Korean War23.9%
World War II5.0%
Poverty
Below Poverty Level (Number)
Total1,102
Male444
Female658
< 18 Years283
18 to 64 years689
65 years and over130
Below Poverty Level (Percent)
Total18.1%
Male15.3%
Female20.7%
< 18 Years19.0%
18 to 64 years19.9%
65 years and over11.5%
Children Ages 0-17 Living Below Federal Poverty Level (Number)
2000396
2001368
2002325
2003356
2004325
2005392
2006477
2007351
2008341
2009390
2010389
2011346
Children Ages 0-17 Living Below Federal Poverty Level (Percent)
200022.5%
200121.7%
200220.5%
200323.4%
200422.3%
200527.3%
200631.3%
200724.5%
200824.7%
200926.6%
201028.2%
201124.9%
IndustriesPondera County
Agriculture
Top Five Agriculture Producers by County, 2012
Corn Sales (Dollars)$416,000
Barley Sales (Dollars)$27,984,000
Wheat Sales (Dollars)$45,869,000
Crop Totals (Dollars)$84,119,000
Top Five Livestock Producers by County, 2012
Sheep, Including Lambs Sales (Heads)$3,384
Sheep, Including Lambs Sales (Dollars)$410,000
Hog Sales (Heads)$48,641
Hog Sales (Dollars)$6,208,000
Cattle, Including Calves Sales (Heads)$17,064
Cattle, Including Calves Sales (Dollars)$18,025,000
Occupations
Management, business, science, and arts1,028
Service560
Sales and office536
Natural resources, construction, and maintenance358
Production, transportation, and material moving226
Main Street
Employment Status
Population 16 years and over4,824
Civilian labor force - Employed2,708
Civilian labor force - Unemployed208
Armed Forces0
Not in labor force1,908
Females 16 years and over2,476
Mean travel time to work (minutes)18
Income and Benefits
Mean earnings (dollars)59,766
Mean Social Security income (dollars)16,223
Mean retirement income (dollars)10,998
Mean Supplemental Security Income (dollars)10,219
Mean cash public assistance income (dollars)3,505
Median family income (dollars)53,191
Mean family income (dollars)68,730
Earnings in the Past 12 Months
Total48,126
Male55,014
Female38,000
Establishments with Respective Number of Employees
1 - 495
5 - 952
10-1916
20-499
50-993
100-2491
250-4990
500-9990
1,000 or more0
Number of Establishments
Employer Establishments176
Non Employer Establishments462
Small Businesses733
CrimePondera County
Sexual and/or Violent Offenders - Percent of Population
Total Population6,153
Percent of Total Population0.00276%
Offender Population17
County of Sentence
Inmates5
Offenders in Alternate Facility7
Offenders in Prerelease5
of Offenders on P&P Supervision34
All Active DOC Offenders51
Number Per 1000 County Population8.3%
County Population on July 1 20126,160
EducationPondera County
Schools Funding
Difference in School Funding 2013 - 2014
2013$5,014,827
2014$5,198,773
Dollars Difference$183,946
Percent Difference4%

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