Gov. Study: SD’s demographics in for significant changes
Monday, May 15, 2006
A new government study says San Diego County's population is going to look a lot different in 25 years. Hispanics and Asians will make up a majority of County residents. But the biggest impact on San Diego will be how to deal with the large number of Senior Citizens who are predicted to grow by 123 percent. What will that mean to healthcare, housing and transportation? KPBS Reporter and anchor Dwane Brown spoke with Ed Shaffer, a demographer with the San Diego Association of Governments or SANDAG.
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