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Posted on: October 23, 2020

University of Florida study forecasts increase in Daytona Beach's population

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The University of Florida’s Bureau of Economic and Business Research (BEBR) has released population projections for Daytona Beach for the next 25 years. Using different statistical techniques, population forecasts were made in five-year increments for 2025, 2030, 2035, 2040 and 2045. Based on historic growth models and demographic extrapolation methods, BEBR’s analysis shows Daytona Beach’s population will grow almost 40% from 2020 to 2045.

Year

Daytona Beach

1980

54,176

1985

56,978

1990

61,991

1995

63,306

2000

64,112

2005

65,129

2010

61,005

2015

63,534

2020

70,235

2025

76,633

2030

82,526

2035

88,023

2040

93,266

2045

98,264

These estimates provide an essential foundation for planning for smart growth and the development of the city’s future infrastructure needs.

The study is available online (PDF)

 About BEBR

BEBR was founded in 1930 at the University of Florida. They produce Florida’s official state and local population estimates and projections. These estimates are used for distributing state revenue-sharing dollars to cities and counties in Florida and for budgeting, planning and policy analysis by state and local government agencies, businesses, researchers, the media and members of the general public.

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