Population Studies Program

Population Change from 2010 to 2014

image/svg+xml image/svg+xml Bay Population Change 2010-2014: 1.1% Jackson Population Change 2010-2014: 1.0% Charlotte Population Change 2010-2014: 2.8% Lee Population Change 2010-2014: 5.6% Hendry Population Change 2010-2014: -3.2%% Collier Population Change 2010-2014: 4.7% Monroe Population Change 2010-2014: 1.3% Miami-Dade Population Change 2010-2014: 4.7% Broward Population Change 2010-2014: 3.2% Palm Beach Population Change 2010-2014: 3.0% Sarasota Population Change 2010-2014: 2.0% DeSoto Population Change 2010-2014: -1.3% Glades Population Change 2010-2014: -0.2% Martin Population Change 2010-2014: 1.5% St. Lucie Population Change 2010-2014: 1.8% Indian River Population Change 2010-2014: 2.1% Okeechobee Population Change 2010-2014: -0.4% Highlands Population Change 2010-2014: 1.0% Hardee Population Change 2010-2014: -0.1% Manatee Population Change 2010-2014: 5.2% Pinellas Population Change 2010-2014: 1.8% Hillsborough Population Change 2010-2014: 5.9% Hernando Population Change 2010-2014: 1.3% Pasco Population Change 2010-2014: 3.2% Osceola Population Change 2010-2014: 10.0% Polk Population Change 2010-2014: 3.5% Orange Population Change 2010-2014: 7.2% Seminole Population Change 2010-2014: 3.4% Lake Population Change 2010-2014: 4.3% Sumter Population Change 2010-2014: 19.0% Citrus Population Change 2010-2014: -0.3 Levy Population Change 2010-2014: -0.8% Marion Population Change 2010-2014: 1.9% Volusia Population Change 2010-2014: 1.9% Brevard Population Change 2010-2014: 1.7% Washington Population Change 2010-2014: 0.3% Holmes Population Change 2010-2014: 0.5% Walton Population Change 2010-2014: 8.6% Okaloosa Population Change 2010-2014: 5.4% Santa Rosa Population Change 2010-2014: 5.6% Escambia Population Change 2010-2014: 2.1% Calhoun Population Change 2010-2014: -0.2% Gulf Population Change 2010-2014: 4.3% Franklin Population Change 2010-2014: 2.1% Dixie Population Change 2010-2014: -0.4% Gilchrist Population Change 2010-2014: -0.5% Alachua Population Change 2010-2014: 1.4% Putnam Population Change 2010-2014: -2.5% Flagler Population Change 2010-2014: 3.6% St Johns Population Change 2010-2014: 9.2% Clay Population Change 2010-2014: 3.4% Bradford Population Change 2010-2014: -4.2% Union Population Change 2010-2014: 0.7% Suwannee Population Change 2010-2014: 6.3% Lafayette Population Change 2010-2014: -2.0% Taylor Population Change 2010-2014: 1.6% Wakulla Population Change 2010-2014: 1.7% Liberty Population Change 2010-2014: 3.6% Gadsden Population Change 2010-2014: 3.7% Leon Population Change 2010-2014: 2.1% Jefferson Population Change 2010-2014: -1.1% Madison Population Change 2010-2014: 0.4% Hamilton Population Change 2010-2014: -3.0% Columbia Population Change 2010-2014: 0.4% Baker Population Change 2010-2014: -0.5% Duval Population Change 2010-2014: 3.0% Nassau Population Change 2010-2014:2.7% Greater than 5% Between 2 - 5% Between 0 - 1.99% Negative Change

The Population Program produces Florida’s official city, county and state population estimates each year. It also produces population projections by age, sex, race and Hispanic origin for the state and each county.


Staff members conduct research on the accuracy of population estimates and projections, seasonal migration, the effects of hurricanes on population growth and a variety of other demographic topics.


2014 Population Estimates

Download the most recent BEBR Population Estimates (2014).

2014 Population Estimates

County Population Data

City Population Data

Florida Population Data

19,507,369
Florida Population Estimate (2014)
+3.8%
% Chg (2010'-14')
78.1%
Net Migration

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