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CHAPTER 6 ENVIRONMENTAL FORCES
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ENVIRONMENTAL FORCES Demographic Economic Political Cultural Natural Disasters
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DEMOGRAPHIC  ENVIRONMENT Changes in Population Changes in Age Changes in Family Structure
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CHANGES IN POPULATION U.S. Population State Population Rural/ Urban Population
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U.S. POPULATION ESTIMATES we will have less mass marketing than we have now Category                    2000                    2050    White                         69%                    50% Hispanic                     13%                    25% Asian-American           4%                      8% Black                          13%                    15% Other                           1%                       2%                                    100%                   100%
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STATE POPULATION 2000 CENSUS (Millions)                                                % Change         %Change State                  Population               1990-2000         2000-2008 California               33.9                     +13.8 +8.5 Texas                     20.9                    +22.8 +16.7 New York               19.0                     + 5.5 +2.7 Florida                    16.0                     +23.5  +14.7 Ohio                        11.4                     + 4.7 +1.2 We continue to shift population from the rust to the sun belt”
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% OF POPULATION BY CENTRAL  CITIES, SUBURBS, AND RURAL Area                             1960                  2000 Central Cities               32.3                 30.3 Suburbs                       30.9                 50.0 Rural                            36.8                 19.7
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PERCENT OF U.S. POPULATION LIVING  ON FARMS 1900                          39% 1930                          25% 1960                          8% 1990                          2%
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CHANGES IN AGE Age Cohort Groups Marriage Seniors
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% U.S. DISTRIBUTION BY AGE Age                            1960                      2000 Under 15                   31.1                      21.4 15-24                        13.4                     
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