Florida's Small Isolated Communities

David Lee

Abstract


According to the 1990 U.S. census, Florida has a population of 12,937,926. Three-quarters of that population, 9,639,615, reside in 754 “places,” ranging in population from 635,230 in Jacksonville city (remainder) to 10 in the community of Orchid. The mean population of these communities is 12,768; the median population (4,875) is much smaller than the mean, reflecting the significant impact of the large urban communities on the mean value.

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