County-Specific Net Migration by Five-Year Age Groups, Hispanic Origin, Race and Sex 2000-2010
This report documents the methodology used to prepare county-level, net migration estimates by five-year age cohorts and sex, and by race and Hispanic origin, for the intercensal period from 2000 to 2010. The estimates were prepared using a vital statistics version of the forward cohort residual method (Siegel and Hamilton 1952) following the techniques used to prepare the 1990 to 2000 net migration estimates (Voss, McNiven, Johnson, Hammer, and Fuguitt 2004) as described in detail below. These numbers (and the net migration rates derivable from them) extend the set of decennial estimates of net migration that have been produced following each decennial census beginning with 1960 (net migration for the 1950s: Bowles and Tarver, 1965; 1960s: Bowles, Beale and Lee, 1975; 1970s: White, Mueser and Tierney, 1987; 1980s: Fuguitt, Beale, and Voss 2010; and 1990s: Voss, McNiven, Hammer, Johnson and Fuguitt, 2004).
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Winkler, Richelle; Johnson, Kenneth M.; Cheng, Cheng; Voss, Paul R.; and Curtis, Katherine J., "County-Specific Net Migration by Five-Year Age Groups, Hispanic Origin, Race and Sex 2000-2010" (2013). Sociology Scholarship. 85.