Per capita personal income estimates for 1991-99 are not shown because the Census Bureau has not yet published State population estimates for the intercensal
years that are consistent with the decennial census counts.
increase in the major cities may reflect the concentration of population in major cities and other urban areas.
Table 1 Intercensal
Trend of Land Distribution in Pakistan and Provinces under Alternative Measures of Inequality Values of Inequality Measures for Inequality Measures and Years Pakistan Punjab Sind A.
In the case of NWFP, intercensal
comparison shows that the share of large farms declined from 2.
The Preston-Bennett method, perhaps the best known and simplest of the variable-r methods, uses the average intercensal
age distribution and the growth rates of each age group during the period, to create a stationary population age distribution.
Source: Population Estimates and Intercensal
Census Bureau intercensal
estimates) using the Kruskal-Wallis test, and performed categorical analyses using [chi square] and Fisher exact tests; 2-tailed p values <0.
July 1st Resident Population by State, County, Age, Sex, Bridged-Race, and Hispanic Origin, Compiled from 1990-1999 Bridged-Race Intercensal
Population Estimates and 2000-2009 (Vintage 2009) Bridged-Race Postcensal Population Estimates" [accessed on September 22, 2014], Available at http:// wonder.
Estimates of the Resident Population for Counties and States: 1 April 2000 to 1 July 2010, New York State.
15) Incidences were normalized to population estimates from census data from the 2000 United States census and intercensal
The denominators used were West Virginia population estimates obtained from the Census Bureau's 2000 census data and intercensal
Cubic splines (28) were used to estimate age group population for the intercensal
years based on four previous census cycles.