Source: California Department of Finance
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California's statewide housing growth, as measured by net unit growth in completed housing units for 2015, was largely flat from the previous year. Although net units were down 3 percent (67,110 net housing units compared to 69,435 net units in 2014), wildfires accounted for most of the decline. The losses to fire were most significant in unincorporated portions of Lake County (1,531) and Calaveras County (549).
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This report provides an overview of the demographic, social, and economic characteristics of California's population. Topics include income, poverty, education, health insurance coverage, language, place of birth, migration, and more. The tabulations in this report are based on special data runs from the American Community Survey (ACS) Public Use Microdata Sample 1-year file. 
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The economic forecasts were prepared in November 2013 by the California Department of Finance for the Governor’s Proposed Budget.

Tables: http://www.dof.ca.gov/HTML/FS_DATA/LatestEconData/FS_Forecasts.htm
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This report provides an overview of the demographic, social, and economic characteristics of California's population. Topics include income, poverty, education, health insurance coverage, language, place of birth, migration, and more. The tabulations in this report are based on special data runs from the American Community Survey (ACS) Public Use Microdata Sample 1-year file.  This ACS report will be produced annually to facilitate the examination of changes in the state over time.  
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California grew by 332,000 people between July 1, 2012 and July 1, 2013 to total more than 38.2 million, according to official population estimates released today by the Department of Finance. The growth rate of 0.9 percent and the 332,000 numeric gain are the highest for California since the pre-recession year of 2003-04.
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