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Why it Matters: It can be argued there is a correlation between population loss and fiscal problems. Population loss is can result in a general weakening of a locality's economy and could be caused by a loss of a major employer, demographic shift or other factors. Local governments are often unable to reduce expenditures to match a growth decline or loss of revenue due to departing taxpayers. (n007)

Data Source: The historical data presented has been loaded from information provided by the US Census Bureau or State Department of Treasury. Current and future year data has been entered by the municipality based on current budget and forecast information, or by Munetrix from available audited or budget information found in the public domain. (n032)
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Data Table

CountyFiscal YearPopulation
Alger County20069,862
20079,612
20089,438
20099,286
20109,565
20119,550
20129,495
20139,495
20149,424
20159,347
20169,219
20179,219
Delta County200638,520
200737,367
200837,179
200936,918
201037,066
201136,935
201236,838
201336,830
201436,573
201536,407
201636,202
201736,202
Dickinson County200627,472
200726,937
200826,812
200926,691
201026,145
201126,072
201226,211
201326,032
201425,929
201525,740
201625,535
201725,535
Marquette County200664,634
200765,216
200865,492
200965,703
201067,109
201167,439
201267,814
201367,776
201467,761
201567,305
201666,435
201766,435
Menominee County200625,326
200724,249
200824,202
200923,969
201023,976
201123,917
201223,734
201323,739
201423,574
201523,514
201623,281
201723,281
Schoolcraft County20068,903
20078,518
20088,220
20098,127
20108,477
20118,478
20128,358
20138,250
20148,162
20158,157
20168,001
20178,001