Florida’s population growth appears to have peaked last year with a 1.6% growth rate.
Florida grew slightly over a previous forecast in the first quarter of this year, but slowing population growth due to deaths outpacing births is still in the Sunshine State’s future over the next decade, according to estimates released last week.
The estimates released by the state Demographic Estimating Conference showed that Florida’s population growth appears to have peaked last year with a 1.6% growth rate.
Florida’s population in 2022 will stand at more than 22 million residents, trailing only California and Texas in size. The April 1
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