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FLORIDA STATE FACTS


Nickname: Sunshine State (1970)
Origin of name: From the Spanish, meaning "feast of flowers" (Easter)
Ten largest cities (1995 pop. est.): 
            Jacksonville (CC 1), 635,230; 
            Miami,               358,648;
            Tampa,               280,015; 
            St. Petersburg,      240,318; 
            Hialeah,             188,008; 
            Orlando,             164,674;
            Fort Lauderdale,     149,238; 
            Tallahassee,         124,773; (capitol) 
            Hollywood,           121,720;
            Clearwater,           98,784
Land area (rank): 53,997 sq mi. (139,852 sq km) (26)
Geographic center: In Hernando Co., 12 mi. NNW of Brooksville
Number of counties: 67
Largest county (1996 pop. est.): Dade, 2,013,821
1997 resident population est.: 14,653,945
1990 resident census population (rank): 12,937,926 (4th largest in the United States). 
Male: 6,261,719; Female: 6,676,207
White: 10,749,285 (83.1%); Black: 1,759,534 (13.6%); Hispanic: 1,574,143 (12.2%); Asian or Pacific Islander: 154,302 (1.2%); American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut: 36,335 (0.3%); Other race: 238,470 (1.8%)
1990 percent population under 18: 22.2; 65 and over: 18.3; median age: 36.4

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