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 Front Cover
 Contact information
 Title Page
 Copyright
 Table of Contents
 Abstract
 How to use this file
 Subject locator
 Summary level sequence chart
 List of tables (matrices)
 Summary table outlines
 Data dictionary
 Accuracy of the data
 User updates
 A. census 2000 geographic terms...
 B. definitions of subject...
 C. data collection and processing...
 D. questionnaire
 E. data products and user...
 F. maps
 G. code lists
 Acknowledgement






Title: U.S. Virgin Islands summary files : 2000 census of population and housing : technical documentation
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 Material Information
Title: U.S. Virgin Islands summary files : 2000 census of population and housing : technical documentation
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Creator: United States Census Bureau
Publisher: United States Census Bureau
Publication Date: 12/26/2002
 Subjects
Subject: Caribbean   ( lcsh )
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States Virgin Islands
Caribbean
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: CA01300577
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.

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    Front Cover
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    Contact information
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    Title Page
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    Copyright
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    Table of Contents
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    Abstract
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    Accuracy of the data
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    A. census 2000 geographic terms and concepts
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and Customer Services Division, Electronic Products Development Branch, U.S. Census Bureau,
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IL&.AVirg-iIndsands Summary File


2000 Census of Population and Housing


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Issued October 2002


SFVI/02 (RV)


Technical Documentation


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U.S. Department of Commerce
Donald L. Evans,
Secretary
Samuel W. Bodman,
Deputy Secretary
Economics and Statistics Administration
Kathleen B. Cooper,
Under Secretary
for Economic Affairs
U.S. CENSUS BUREAU
Charles Louis Kincannon,
Director

















SUGGESTED CITATION
U.S. Census Bureau,
2000 Census of Population
and Housing,
U.S. Virgin Islands Summary File:
Technical Documentation, 2002


ECONOMICS
AND STATISTICS
ADMINISTRATION


U.S. CENSUS BUREAU
Charles Louis Kincannon,
Director
William G. Barron, Jr.,
Deputy Director

Nancy A. Potok,
Principal Associate Director
and Chief Financial Officer
Vacant,
Principal Associate
Director for Programs
Preston Jay Waite,
Associate Director
for Decennial Census
Nancy M. Gordon,
Associate Director
for Demographic Programs


Cynthia Z.F. Clark,
Associate Director
for Methodology and
Standards
Marvin D. Raines,
Associate Director
for Field Operations
Arnold A. Jackson,
Assistant Director
for Decennial Census















CONTENTS





CHAPTERS
1 Abstract .... ... .......... .. . . .. 1-1
2 How to Use This File. ............ . . 2-1
3 Subject Locator ........... . . ....... 3-1
4 Summary Level Sequence Chart. .......... . 4-1
5 List of Tables (Matrices) ........... . . 5-1
6 Summary Table Outlines .............. ...... 6-1
7 Data Dictionary ................. . 7-1
8 Accuracy of the Data .................. ... 8-1
9 User Updates .................. ... 9-1

APPENDIXES
A Census 2000 Geographic Terms and Concepts. .... . . A-1
B Definitions of Subject Characteristics. ............... B-1
C Data Collection and Processing Procedures .... . . C-1
D Questionnaire ........... . . . D-1
E Data Products and User Assistance ....... . .... E-1
F Maps ................... .................. F-1
G Code Lists . . . . . . .. . .. G-1











Chapter 1.

Abstract




CONTENTS
Page
Citation .................. ...................................... ....... 1-1
Type of File ................. ...................................... ......... 1-1
Subject Content ............... .................................... .......... -1
Geographic Content ................. ............................................ ....... -2
User Updates ............... ...................................... ......... 1-3
Related Products ................................... ................... .. ....... 1-3
File Ordering ................. ...................................... .......... -3

CITATION
U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 Census of Population and Housing, U.S. Virgin Islands Summary File:
Technical Documentation, 2002.

TYPE OF FILE
Summary statistics.

SUBJECT CONTENT
The U.S. Virgin Islands Summary File (VISF) contains Census 2000 data compiled from all people
and housing units. Population items include sex; age; race; Hispanic or Latino; household
relationship; urban and rural; households and families; group quarters; marital status;
grandparents as caregivers; language and ability to speak English; place of birth, parents' place of
birth, citizenship status, and year of entry; migration; children ever born (fertility); place of work;
journey to work (commuting); school enrollment and educational attainment; vocational training;
veteran status; disability; employment status; industry, occupation, and class of worker; income;
and poverty status. Housing items include occupancy status; vacancy status; tenure; urban and
rural; number of rooms; number of bedrooms; year moved into unit; household size and
occupants per room; units in structure; year structure built; telephone service; plumbing and
kitchen facilities; cooking fuel; source of water; purchase of water from water vendor;
condominium status; sewage disposal; vehicles available; value of home; monthly rent; and
shelter costs.
In the VISF, population tables are identified with a "P" and housing tables are identified with an "H"
prefix, followed by a sequential number. The "P" and "H" tables are shown for the block and
higher levels of geography, the "PBG" and "HBG" tables are shown for the block group and higher
levels of geography, and the "PCT" and "HCT" tables are shown for the census tract and higher
levels of geography. There are 6 "P" tables, 10 "PBG" tables, and 8 "PCT" tables that bear an
alphabetic suffix on the table number, indicating that they are repeated for five major race and
Hispanic or Latino groups'. A population threshold of 50 people of a specified race or Hispanic or
Latino group for a particular geographic area was imposed for the tables repeated by race and
Hispanic or Latino groups. When the threshold was not met, "(NA)" appears in the tables shown on
the American FactFinder. On the ASCII file, "9s" appear in these tables.


'These selected tables are repeated by the following: Black or African American alone; White alone; Other
races alone; Hispanic or Latino; and White alone, not Hispanic or Latino.

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The VISF contains a total of 489 unique tables-360 population tables and 129 housing tables.
The chart below summarizes the geographic coverage available for the tables and the tables that
are repeated by race and Hispanic or Latino.


Tables are shown... Population Tables (360) Housing Tables (129)

To the block and higher .............. P1 through P37 H1 through H15

By race and Hispanic or Latino, with
alphabetic suffix A-E ............... P7, P8, P11, P12, P26, and P30 None with an alphabetic suffix, but H11 is
repeated by Hispanic or Latino, and H12
is repeated by White alone, not Hispanic
or Latino
To the block group and higher ........ PBG1 through PBG124 HBG1 through HBG95

By race and Hispanic or Latino, with
alphabetic suffix A-E ............... PBG20, PBG21, PBG41, PBG42, PBG43, None
PBG62, PBG63, PBG64, PBG68, and
PBG69
To the census tract level and higher ... PCT1 through PCT79 HCT1 through HCT19

By race and Hispanic or Latino, with
alphabetic suffix A-E ............... PCT1, PCT16, PCT24, PCT27, PCT29, None
PCT63, PCT64, and PCT66


The VISF includes population and housing characteristics for the total population and for a limited
list of race and Hispanic or Latino groups. Population and housing items may be cross tabulated.
Selected aggregates and medians also are provided. A complete listing of subjects in this file is
found in the section, "Subject Locator."


GEOGRAPHIC CONTENT

This abstract lists the most frequently accessed geographic levels. The "Summary Level Sequence
Chart" section outlines the hierarchical and inventory geographic summaries in their entirety.

State Files

VISF provides data for these areas and their subareas in hierarchical sequence down to the block,
block group, or census tract level, depending on the matrices presented. The file structure
includes, but is not limited to the following geographic entities:
State2
County3
County subdivision4
Place (or place part)5
Census tract
Block group
Block

VISF also has inventory (complete) summaries for the following geographic areas:
Place
Census tract
Block group


2Virgin Islands of the United States.
3lsland.
4Census Subdistrict.
SCensus Designated Place (CDP) and Town.

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USER UPDATES


The section on User Updates informs data users about corrections, errata, and related explanatory
information. These updates provide information about unique characteristics, changes, or
corrections. Census 2000 user updates are available on the Census Bureau's Internet site at
www.census.gov/main/www/cen2000.html. Users also can register to receive user updates by
e-mail by contacting Customer Services Center, Marketing Services Office, U.S. Census Bureau on
301-763-INFO (webmaster@census.gov).

RELATED PRODUCTS

Census 2000: PHC-4, Social, Economic, and Housing Characteristics. This is a series of reports for
the Island Areas-U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands,
and American Samoa. These reports will be made available on the Internet (PDF) and as a printed
report. They are scheduled for release in 2003.

FILE ORDERING

For ordering and pricing information, access the online catalog at the Census Bureau's Internet
site (www.census.gov) or contact the Census Bureau's Customer Services Center (301-763-INFO).














































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Chapter 2.

How to Use This File




INTRODUCTION

This chapter serves as a guide for data users to both the file and the technical documentation.
Novice users trying to understand how to use the documentation and the file should read this
chapter first. Please pay particular attention to the section titled Data Structure and
Segmentation. This structure is a new approach for Census 2000.

DATA FORMAT AND ACCESS TOOLS

Users of the DVD/CD-ROM can access the file information in two ways. The DVD/CD-ROM
contains software that aggregates user-defined areas, allows for multiple geographic selections,
and creates customized reports.

Users can also utilize off-the-shelf standard software packages to manipulate the data. The data
on the DVD/CD-ROM are in a standard proprietary format that can easily be imported into other
software packages.

Flat ASCII files are available for downloading via FTP from the American FactFinder Web site or
from ftp://ftp2.census.gov/census2000/. They are also available as an on-demand CD-ROM
product. In ASCII products, the geographic header record file contains fixed fields while the data
portion, including the geographic links, are in comma-delimited format.

FILE NAMING CONVENTIONS

File names follow a predefined structure. For the U.S. Virgin Islands Summary File, all geoheader
files are named vigeorsfia. The vi is the United States Postal Service (USPS) 2-character
abbreviation for the Virgin Islands. The geo indicates a geographic file. The r indicates the release
number of the product. This field is used only after the initial file release. In any subsequent
releases, the r field becomes an alpha sequence letter (a, b, etc.). For example, the geoheader file
for the Virgin Islands is named vigeo_sfia. If there were a re-release of this file, it would be named
vigeoa_sfia. The sfia in each file name indicates this is the summary file (sf) for one of the island
areas (ia).

Data files are named viseqr where vi is the USPS code for the U.S. Virgin Islands, seq is the file
sequence number, and r is the file re-release indicator. For example, file vi01OOlO_sfia is the tenth
segment file (00010) in the U.S. Virgin Islands file set. The sfia indicates the file is a summary file
for the Island Areas. As with the geo files, the absence of the "r" file indicates the first release of
the data.

Reading the Geographic Header Record

The geographic header record, Figure 2-3 at the end of this chapter, defines each field and
provides its data dictionary reference name, size, starting position and data type. A slightly
different presentation of the header record appears in the identification section of the Data
Dictionary (Chapter 7). In Figure 2-3, the information in each summary level column is a guide to
the presence or absence of additional geographic information on that specific summary level. For
example, on the column for summary level 040, we see 'x' for the first 11 fields, indicating that
there will be information for those fields. In the county field, there is no 'x' indicating that there is
no code for county in summary level 040. Since 040 is the summary level for state, this is
perfectly logical.

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Record Identification


File identification (FILEID), state/US abbreviation (STUSAB), summary levels (SUMLEV) and the
geographic component codes (GEOCOMP) are critical elements in identifying the geographic level
for each record. The STUSAB field identifies the highest level of geography for the file. In state
files, it identifies the individual state. For VI files, the following FILEID and STUSAB codes are used:

FILED STUSAB
U.S. Virgin Islands
Summary File 'SFIA' 'VI'

Summary Level Sequence Chart

The Summary Level Sequence Chart (Chapter 4) identifies each geographic level and provides the
code that is in the SUMLEV field. It is easy to determine the code for the desired geography if you
remember that the last geographic area type listed in the sequence identifies the geography of the
summary level; the prior codes simply identify the hierarchy. See the example below:

140 State-County-Census Tract

In summary level 140, the record contains data for a census tract within a county within a state.
Census tracts are uniquely numbered within a county and do not cross county boundaries. Since
counties do not cross state boundaries, this is a simple application. Thus, summary level 140
provides data for a complete census tract.

When reading the Summary Level Sequence Chart, it is important to recognize that dashes (-)
separate the individual hierarchies while slashes separate different types of geography (such as
place/remainder) within the same hierarchy.


Data Structure and Segmentation

The segmentation information discussed below applies to the ASCII version of the CD-ROM/DVD
files, the FTP files downloaded from American FactFinder, and any tape-to-CD files that are custom
created by the Census Bureau.

It is important to have some clarification on definitions. The data for an individual state are known
as the file set. This is the package that an individual CD-ROM or state FTP directory will contain.

It is easiest to think of the file set as a logical file. However, this logical file for the U.S. Virgin
Islands consists of 45 physical files: the geographic header file and file 01 through file 44. This
file design is a change from census files from earlier decades. The larger size of the tables made
this necessary. By offering smaller files, users can work only with the file containing the table they
need. Figure 2-2 provides the file/table details.

A unique logical record number (LOGRECNO in the geographic header) is assigned to all files for a
specific geographic entity. This is done so all records for that specific entity can be linked
together across files. Besides the logical record number, other identifying fields are also carried
over from the geographic header file to the table files. These are file identification (FILEID),
state/U.S. abbreviation (STUSAB), characteristic iteration (CHARITER), and characteristic iteration
file sequence number (CIFSN).




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See Figure 2-1 below for geographic header information for File 01 File 44.


Figure 2-1.File Set Structure Schematic

Geographic header file File 01 File 02 Files 03-44

Record 1
FILEID FILEID FILEID Link fields shown on Files 01
STUSAB STUSAB STUSAB and 02 are repeated for all
CHARTER CHARTER CHARTER files
CIFSN CIFSN CIFSN
LOGRECNO LOGRECNO LOGRECNO
(Record 1) (Record 1) (Record 1)
Remainder of geographic header Tables P1-P15 Tables P16-P30 See Figure 2-2 for distribu-
record for geographic area x (247 cells) (243 cells) tion of the tables across files

Record 2
FILEID FILEID FILEID Link fields shown on Files 01
STUSAB STUSAB STUSAB and 02 are repeated for all
CHARTER CHARTER CHARTER files
CIFSN CIFSN CIFSN
LOGRECNO LOGRECNO LOGRECNO
(Record 2) (Record 2) (Record 2)
Remainder of geographic header Tables P1-P15 Tables P16-P30 See Figure 2-2 for distribu-
record for geographic area y (247 cells) (243 cells) tion of the tables across files

Record 3
FILEID FILEID FILEID Link fields shown on Files 01
STUSAB STUSAB STUSAB and 02 are repeated for all
CHARTER CHARTER CHARTER files
CIFSN CIFSN CIFSN
LOGRECNO LOGRECNO LOGRECNO
(Record 3) (Record 3) (Record 3)
Geographic header record for Tables P1-P15 Tables P16-P30 See Figure 2-2 for distribu-
geographic area z (247 cells) (243 cells) tion of the tables across files


The geographic header record is standard across all electronic data products from Census 2000. It
is in a fixed field format as described in the data dictionary. However, when geographic header
fields are used to provide geographic linkage across files in file 01-44, they are in the same format
as the rest of the file-comma delimited.

Some header fields which appear in all 45 files (geographic header and 44 table files) are not
used. For example, the characteristic iteration (CHARITER) field is always coded as '000' on the
U.S. Virgin Islands Summary File.


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Figure 2-2. File/Table Segmentation

File name (CIFSN) Starting matrix Ending matrix
File name (CFSN) Number of cells number number


vigeo_sfia.dat
vi000001 sfia.dat
vi000002 sfia.dat
vi000003 sfia.dat
vi000004 sfia.dat
vi000005 sfia.dat
vi000006 sfia.dat
vi000007 sfia.dat
vi000008 sfia.dat
vi000009 sfia.dat
vi000010 sfia.dat
vi000011 sfia.dat
vi000012 sfia.dat
vi000013 sfia.dat
vi000014 sfia.dat
vi000015 sfia.dat
vi000016 sfia.dat
vi000017 sfia.dat
vi000018 sfia.dat
vi000019 sfia.dat
vi000020 sfia.dat
vi000021 sfia.dat
vi000022 sfia.dat
vi000023 sfia.dat
vi000024 sfia.dat
vi000025 sfia.dat
vi000026 sfia.dat
vi000027 sfia.dat
vi000028 sfia.dat
vi000029 sfia.dat
vi000030 sfia.dat
vi000031 sfia.dat
vi000032 sfia.dat
vi000033 sfia.dat
vi000034 sfia.dat
vi000035 sfia.dat
vi000036 sfia.dat
vi000037 sfia.dat
vi000038 sfia.dat
vi000039 sfia.dat
vi000040 sfia.dat
vi000041 sfia.dat
vi000042 sfia.dat
vi000043 sfia.dat
vi000044 sfia.dat


P1
P16
P31
P7D
P30D
PBG1
PBG21
PBG41
PBG92
PBG21 B
PCT1
PCT2
PCT10
PCT14
PCT21
PCT28
PCT34
PCT39
PCT41
PCT44
PCT49
PCT59
PCT63
PCT68
PCT71
PCT74
PCT1A
PCT1B
PCT1C
PCT1D
PCT1E
PCT16A
PCT24E
PCT27E
PCT63A
PCT63C
PCT63E
H1
HBG1
HBG28
HBG63
HCT1
HCT9
HCT17


P15
P30
P7C
P30C
P30E
PBG20
PBG40
PBG91
PBG21A
PBG69E
PCT1
PCT9
PCT13
PCT20
PCT27
PCT33
PCT38
PCT40
PCT43
PCT48
PCT58
PCT62
PCT67
PCT70
PCT73
PCT79
PCT1A
PCT1 B
PCT1C
PCT1 D
PCT1 E
PCT24D
PCT27D
PCT29E
PCT63B
PCT63D
PCT66E
H15
HBG27
HBG62
HBG95
HCT8
HCT16
HCT19


Table Numbers

The numbers assigned to tables provide information about the lowest level of geography. Tables
labeled Pnn are population tables where the lowest level of geography is block. Tables labeled
PBGnn are population tables where the lowest level of geography is block groups. Tables labeled
PCTnn are population tables where the lowest level of geography is census tracts. Housing tables
follow the identical pattern but are preceded by an H.

User Updates

The User Updates chapter (Chapter 9) informs data users about corrections, errata, and related
explanatory information. These updates provide information about unique characteristics,
changes, or corrections. Often this information becomes available too late to be reflected in the
tables (matrices) or related documentation. This URL will appear in Chapter 9 of the technical
documentation. Census 2000 Notes and Errata, which contains user updates for individual files as
well as the corrected counts issued by the Count Question Resolution program, is available on the
web at http://www.census.gov/prod/cen2000/notes/errata.pdf. User updates are also included in


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Figure 2-3. Geographic Header Record
Summary File U.S. Virgin Islands

Data
Dctia Summary levels
Field dictionary eve
reference Field Starting Data
name size position type 040 050 060 070 080 085

RECORD CODES

File Identification ............. FILEID 6 1 A/N X X X X X X
State/US-Abbreviation (USPS) STUSAB 2 7 A X X X X X X
Summary Level ............... SUMLEV 3 9 N X X X X X X
Geographic Component ....... GEOCOMP 2 12 A/N X X X X X X
Characteristic Iteration ........ CHARITER 3 14 A/N X X X X X X
Characteristic Iteration File
Sequence Number........... CIFSN 2 17 A/N X X X X X X
Logical Record Number ....... LOGRECNO 7 19 N X X X X X X

GEOGRAPHIC AREA CODES

Region ............ ........ REGION 1 26 A/N X X X X X X
Division...................... DIVISION 1 27 A/N X X X X X X
State (Census) ............... STATECE 2 28 A/N X X X X X X
State (FIPS) ......... ... STATE 2 30 A/N X X X X X X
County ...................... COUNTY 3 32 A/N X X X X X
County Size Code ............ COUNTYSC 2 35 A/N X X X X X
County Subdivision (FIPS)..... COUSUB 5 37 A/N X X X X
FIPS County Subdivision Class
Code ........... .......... COUSUBCC 2 42 A/N X X X X
County Subdivision Size Code COUSUBSC 2 44 A/N X X X X
Place (FIPS) ................. PLACE 5 46 A/N X X X
FIPS Place Class Code ....... PLACECC 2 51 A/N X X X
Place Description Code ....... PLACEDC 1 53 A/N X X X X X
Place Size Code.............. PLACESC 2 54 A/N X X X
Census Tract ................. TRACT 6 56 A/N X X
Block Group ................. BLKGRP 1 62 A/N
Block............... ..... BLOCK 4 63 A/N
Internal Use Code ........... IUC 2 67 A/N
Consolidated City (FIPS) ...... CONCIT 5 69 A/N
FIPS Consolidated City Class
Code ..................... CONCITCC 2 74 A/N
Consolidated City Size Code... CONCITSC 2 76 A/N
American Indian Area/Alaska
Native Area/Hawaiian Home
Land (Census) .............. AIANHH 4 78 A/N
American Indian Area/Alaska
Native Area/Hawaiian Home
Land (FIPS).................. AIANHHFP 5 82 A/N
FIPS American Indian
Area/Alaska Native
Area/Hawaiian Home Land
Class Code ................. AIANHHCC 2 87 A/N
American Indian Trust
Land/Hawaiian Home Land
Indicator .................. AIHHTLI 1 89 A/N
American Indian Tribal
Subdivision (Census) ........ AITSCE 3 90 A/N
American Indian Tribal
Subdivision (FIPS) ........... AITS 5 93 A/N
FIPS American Indian Tribal
Subdivision Class Code ...... AITSCC 2 98 A/N
Alaska Native Regional
Corporation (FIPS)........... ANRC 5 100 A/N
FIPS Alaska Native Regional
Corporation Class Code ...... ANRCCC 2 105 A/N
Metropolitan Statistical
Area/Consolidated
Metropolitan Statistical Area MSACMSA 4 107 A/N
MSA/CMSA Size Code ........ MASC 2 111 A/N
Consolidated Metropolitan
Statistical Area.............. CMSA 2 113 A/N




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Figure 2-3. Geographic Header Record-Con.
Summary File U.S. Virgin Islands-Con.

Data
dictionary Summary levels
Field dictionary
reference Field Starting Data
name size position type 040 050 060 070 080 085

Metropolitan Area Central City
Indicator .................... MACCI 1 115 A/N
Primary Metropolitan Statistical
Area ......... .. ........... PMSA 4 116 A/N
New England County
Metropolitan Area............ NECMA 4 120 A/N
New England County
Metropolitan Area Central City
Indicator ................. NECMACCI 1 124 A/N
New England County
Metropolitan Area Size Code.. NECMASC 2 125 A/N
Extended Place Indicator ...... EXI 1 127 A/N X
Urban Area .................. UA 5 128 A/N X
Urban Area Size Code ........ UASC 2 133 A/N X
Urban Area Type ............. UATYPE 1 135 A/N X
Urban/Rural ................. UR 1 136 A/N X
Congressional District (106th).. CD106 2 137 A/N
Congressional District (108th).. CD108 2 139 A/N
Congressional District (109th).. CD109 2 141 A/N
Congressional District (110th) CD110 2 143 A/N
State Legislative District (Upper
Chamber)................... SLDU 3 145 A/N
State Legislative District (Lower
Chamber) ................... SLDL 3 148 A/N
Voting District ................ VTD 6 151 A/N
Voting District Indicator ........ VTDI 1 157 A/N
ZIP Code Tabulation Area
(3 digit) ..................... ZCTA3 3 158 A/N
ZIP Code Tabulation Area
(5 digit) ........... .......... ZCTA5 5 161 A/N
Subbarrio (FIPS) ............. SUBMCD 5 166 A/N
FIPS Subbarrio Class Code.... SUBMCDCC 2 171 A/N
AREA CHARACTERISTICS
Area (Land).................. AREALAND 14 173 A/N X X X X X X
Area (Water)................. AREAWATR 14 187 A/N X X X X X X
Area Name Legal/Statistical
Area Description (LSAD)
Term Part Indicator......... NAME 90 201 A/N X X X X X X
Functional Status Code........ FUNCSTAT 1 291 A/N X X X X X X
Geographic Change User Note
Indicator .............. ..... GCUNI 1 292 A/N X X X X
Population Count (100%) ...... POP100 9 293 A/N X X X X X X
Housing Unit Count (100%).... HU100 9 302 A/N X X X X X X
Internal Point (Latitude)........ INTPTLAT 9 311 A/N X X X X X X
Internal Point (Longitude)...... INTPTLON 10 320 A/N X X X X X X
Legal/Statistical Area
Description Code............ LSADC 2 330 A/N X X X X
Part Flag .................. PARTFLAG 1 332 A/N X X
SPECIAL AREA CODES
School District (Elementary).... SDELM 5 333 A/N
School District (Secondary) .... SDSEC 5 338 A/N
School District (Unified) ....... SDUNI 5 343 A/N
Traffic Analysis Zone .......... TAZ 6 348 A/N
Oregon Urban Growth Area.... UGA 5 354 A/N
Public Use Microdata Area -
5% File............ .. .. .... PUMA5 5 359 A/N
Public Use Microdata Area -
1% File............. .. .... PUMA1 5 364 A/N
Reserved .................. RESERVE2 15 369 A/N
Metropolitan Area Central City.. MACC 5 384 A/N
Urban Area Central Place...... UACP 5 389 A/N
Public Use Microdata Area -
10% File................... PUMA10 5 394 A/N
Reserved .................... RESERVED 2 399 A/N


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Figure 2-3. Geographic Header Record-Con.
Summary File U.S. Virgin Islands-Con.

Data
Dctia Summary levels
Field dictionary eve
reference Field Starting Data
name size position type 090 100 140 150 155 160

RECORD CODES

File Identification ............. FILEID 6 1 A/N X X X X X X
State/US-Abbreviation (USPS) STUSAB 2 7 A X X X X X X
Summary Level ............... SUMLEV 3 9 N X X X X X X
Geographic Component ....... GEOCOMP 2 12 A/N X X X X X X
Characteristic Iteration ........ CHARITER 3 14 A/N X X X X X X
Characteristic Iteration File
Sequence Number........... CIFSN 2 17 A/N X X X X X X
Logical Record Number ....... LOGRECNO 7 19 N X X X X X X

GEOGRAPHIC AREA CODES

Region ............ ........ REGION 1 26 A/N X X X X X X
Division...................... DIVISION 1 27 A/N X X X X X X
State (Census) ............... STATECE 2 28 A/N X X X X X X
State (FIPS) ......... ... STATE 2 30 A/N X X X X X X
County ....................... COUNTY 3 32 A/N X X X X X
County Size Code ............ COUNTYSC 2 35 A/N X X X X X
County Subdivision (FIPS)..... COUSUB 5 37 A/N X X
FIPS County Subdivision Class
Code ...................... COUSUBCC 2 42 A/N X X
County Subdivision Size Code COUSUBSC 2 44 A/N X X
Place (FIPS) ................. PLACE 5 46 A/N X X X X
FIPS Place Class Code ....... PLACECC 2 51 A/N X X X X
Place Description Code ....... PLACEDC 1 53 A/N X X X X X X
Place Size Code.............. PLACESC 2 54 A/N X X X X
Census Tract ................. TRACT 6 56 A/N X X X X
Block Group ................. BLKGRP 1 62 A/N X X X
Block............... ..... BLOCK 4 63 A/N X
Internal Use Code ........... IUC 2 67 A/N
Consolidated City (FIPS) ...... CONCIT 5 69 A/N
FIPS Consolidated City Class
Code ..................... CONCITCC 2 74 A/N
Consolidated City Size Code... CONCITSC 2 76 A/N
American Indian Area/Alaska
Native Area/Hawaiian Home
Land (Census) .............. AIANHH 4 78 A/N
American Indian Area/Alaska
Native Area/Hawaiian Home
Land (FIPS).................. AIANHHFP 5 82 A/N
FIPS American Indian
Area/Alaska Native
Area/Hawaiian Home Land
Class Code ................. AIANHHCC 2 87 A/N
American Indian Trust
Land/Hawaiian Home Land
Indicator .................. AIHHTLI 1 89 A/N
American Indian Tribal
Subdivision (Census) ........ AITSCE 3 90 A/N
American Indian Tribal
Subdivision (FIPS) ........... AITS 5 93 A/N
FIPS American Indian Tribal
Subdivision Class Code ...... AITSCC 2 98 A/N
Alaska Native Regional
Corporation (FIPS)........... ANRC 5 100 A/N
FIPS Alaska Native Regional
Corporation Class Code ...... ANRCCC 2 105 A/N
Metropolitan Statistical
Area/Consolidated
Metropolitan Statistical Area .. MSACMSA 4 107 A/N
MSA/CMSA Size Code ........ MASC 2 111 A/N
Consolidated Metropolitan
Statistical Area.............. CMSA 2 113 A/N



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Figure 2-3. Geographic Header Record-Con.
Summary File U.S. Virgin Islands-Con.

Data
Dctia Summary levels
Field dictionary eve
reference Field Starting Data
name size position type 090 100 140 150 155 160

Metropolitan Area Central City
Indicator .................... MACCI 1 115 A/N
Primary Metropolitan Statistical
Area ......... .. ........... PMSA 4 116 A/N
New England County
Metropolitan Area............ NECMA 4 120 A/N
New England County
Metropolitan Area Central City
Indicator ................. NECMACCI 1 124 A/N
New England County
Metropolitan Area Size Code.. NECMASC 2 125 A/N
Extended Place Indicator ...... EXI 1 127 A/N X X
Urban Area .................. UA 5 128 A/N X X
Urban Area Size Code ........ UASC 2 133 A/N X X
Urban Area Type ............. UATYPE 1 135 A/N X X
Urban/Rural ................. UR 1 136 A/N X X
Congressional District (106th).. CD106 2 137 A/N X
Congressional District (108th).. CD108 2 139 A/N
Congressional District (109th).. CD109 2 141 A/N
Congressional District (110th) CD110 2 143 A/N
State Legislative District (Upper
Chamber)................... SLDU 3 145 A/N
State Legislative District (Lower
Chamber) ................... SLDL 3 148 A/N
Voting District ................ VTD 6 151 A/N
Voting District Indicator ........ VTDI 1 157 A/N
ZIP Code Tabulation Area
(3 digit) ..................... ZCTA3 3 158 A/N
ZIP Code Tabulation Area
(5 digit) ........... .......... ZCTA5 5 161 A/N
Subbarrio (FIPS) ............. SUBMCD 5 166 A/N
FIPS Subbarrio Class Code.... SUBMCDCC 2 171 A/N
AREA CHARACTERISTICS
Area (Land).................. AREALAND 14 173 A/N X X X X X X
Area (Water) ................. AREAWATR 14 187 A/N X X X X X X
Area Name Legal/Statistical
Area Description (LSAD)
Term Part Indicator......... NAME 90 201 A/N X X X X X X
Functional Status Code........ FUNCSTAT 1 291 A/N X X X X X X
Geographic Change User Note
Indicator .............. .... GCUNI 1 292 A/N X X
Population Count (100%) ...... POP100 9 293 A/N X X X X X X
Housing Unit Count (100%).... HU100 9 302 A/N X X X X X X
Internal Point (Latitude)........ INTPTLAT 9 311 A/N X X X X X X
Internal Point (Longitude)...... INTPTLON 10 320 A/N X X X X X X
Legal/Statistical Area
Description Code............ LSADC 2 330 A/N X X
Part Flag .................. PARTFLAG 1 332 A/N X X
SPECIAL AREA CODES
School District (Elementary).... SDELM 5 333 A/N X
School District (Secondary) ... SDSEC 5 338 A/N X
School District (Unified) ....... SDUNI 5 343 A/N X
Traffic Analysis Zone .......... TAZ 6 348 A/N
Oregon Urban Growth Area.... UGA 5 354 A/N
Public Use Microdata Area -
5% File............ .... .... PUMA5 5 359 A/N X
Public Use Microdata Area -
1% File............. .. .... PUMA1 5 364 A/N X
Reserved .................. RESERVE2 15 369 A/N
Metropolitan Area Central City.. MACC 5 384 A/N
Urban Area Central Place...... UACP 5 389 A/N X
Public Use Microdata Area -
10% File................... PUMA10 5 394 A/N
Reserved .................... RESERVED 2 399 A/N


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Summary File U.S. Virgin Islands-Con.

Data
Dctia Summary levels
Field dictionary u l
reference Field Starting Data
name size position type 420 431 441 451 461

RECORD CODES

File Identification ................ FILEID 6 1 A/N X X X X X
State/US-Abbreviation (USPS) .... STUSAB 2 7 A X X X X X
Summary Level ................ SUMLEV 3 9 N X X X X X
Geographic Component .......... GEOCOMP 2 12 A/N X X X X X
Characteristic Iteration ........... CHARITER 3 14 A/N X X X X X
Characteristic Iteration File
Sequence Number.............. CIFSN 2 17 A/N X X X X X
Logical Record Number .......... LOGRECNO 7 19 N X X X X X

GEOGRAPHIC AREA CODES

Region ............... .......... REGION 1 26 A/N X X X X X
Division ........................ DIVISION 1 27 A/N X X X X X
State (Census) .................. STATECE 2 28 A/N X X X X X
State (FIPS) ........... ...... STATE 2 30 A/N X X X X X
County ............... ........ COUNTY 3 32 A/N X X X
County Size Code ............... COUNTYSC 2 35 A/N X X X
County Subdivision (FIPS)........ COUSUB 5 37 A/N X X
FIPS County Subdivision Class
Code .......................... COUSUBCC 2 42 A/N X X
County Subdivision Size Code .... COUSUBSC 2 44 A/N X X
Place (FIPS) .................. PLACE 5 46 A/N X X
FIPS Place Class Code .......... PLACECC 2 51 A/N X X
Place Description Code .......... PLACEDC 1 53 A/N X X X X
Place Size Code.................. PLACESC 2 54 A/N X X
Census Tract .................... TRACT 6 56 A/N
Block Group .................... BLKGRP 1 62 A/N
Block................ ....... BLOCK 4 63 A/N
Internal Use Code ............... .IUC 2 67 A/N
Consolidated City (FIPS) ......... CONCIT 5 69 A/N
FIPS Consolidated City Class
Code ........................ CONCITCC 2 74 A/N
Consolidated City Size Code...... CONCITSC 2 76 A/N
American Indian Area/Alaska
Native Area/Hawaiian Home
Land (Census) ................. AIANHH 4 78 A/N
American Indian Area/Alaska
Native Area/Hawaiian Home
Land (FIPS)................... AIANHHFP 5 82 A/N
FIPS American Indian
Area/Alaska Native
Area/Hawaiian Home Land
Class Code ................... AIANHHCC 2 87 A/N
American Indian Trust
Land/Hawaiian Home Land
Indicator ............... ....... AIHHTLI 1 89 A/N
American Indian Tribal
Subdivision (Census) ........... AITSCE 3 90 A/N
American Indian Tribal
Subdivision (FIPS) .............. AITS 5 93 A/N
FIPS American Indian Tribal
Subdivision Class Code ......... AITSCC 2 98 A/N
Alaska Native Regional
Corporation (FIPS) ............. ANRC 5 100 A/N
FIPS Alaska Native Regional
Corporation Class Code......... ANRCCC 2 105 A/N
Metropolitan Statistical
Area/Consolidated
Metropolitan Statistical Area ..... MSACMSA 4 107 A/N
MSA/CMSA Size Code ........... MASC 2 111 A/N
Consolidated Metropolitan
Statistical Area ................. CMSA 2 113 A/N



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Figure 2-3. Geographic Header Record-Con.
Summary File U.S. Virgin Islands-Con.

Data
Dctia Summary levels
Field dictionary u l
reference Field Starting Data
name size position type 420 431 441 451 461

Metropolitan Area Central City
Indicator ............. ........ MACCI 1 115 A/N
Primary Metropolitan Statistical
Area ............. ... ... .. PMSA 4 116 A/N
New England County
Metropolitan Area............... NECMA 4 120 A/N
New England County
Metropolitan Area Central City
Indicator .................... NECMACCI 1 124 A/N
New England County
Metropolitan Area Size Code..... NECMASC 2 125 A/N
Extended Place Indicator ......... EXI 1 127 A/N X X
Urban Area ..................... UA 5 128 A/N X X X X X
Urban Area Size Code ........... UASC 2 133 A/N X X X X X
Urban Area Type ................ UATYPE 1 135 A/N X X X X X
Urban/Rural ................... UR 1 136 A/N X X X X X
Congressional District (106th) .... CD106 2 137 A/N
Congressional District (108th) .... CD108 2 139 A/N
Congressional District (109th) .... CD109 2 141 A/N
Congressional District (110th) ..... CD110 2 143 A/N
State Legislative District (Upper
Chamber) ................... .. SLDU 3 145 A/N
State Legislative District (Lower
Chamber). ..................... SLDL 3 148 A/N
Voting District ................... VTD 6 151 A/N
Voting District Indicator ........... .VTDI 1 157 A/N
ZIP Code Tabulation Area
(3 digit) ........................ ZCTA3 3 158 A/N
ZIP Code Tabulation Area
(5 digit) .................. ..... ZCTA5 5 161 A/N
Subbarrio (FIPS) ............... SUBMCD 5 166 A/N
FIPS Subbarrio Class Code....... SUBMCDCC 2 171 A/N
AREA CHARACTERISTICS
Area (Land)................... AREALAND 14 173 A/N X X X X X
Area (Water) ................... AREAWATR 14 187 A/N X X X X X
Area Name Legal/Statistical
Area Description (LSAD)
Term Part Indicator ........... NAME 90 201 A/N X X X X X
Functional Status Code........... FUNCSTAT 1 291 A/N X X X X X
Geographic Change User Note
Indicator ...................... GCUNI 1 292 A/N X X X X
Population Count (100%) ......... POP100 9 293 A/N X X X X X
Housing Unit Count (100%) ....... HU100 9 302 A/N X X X X X
Internal Point (Latitude)........... INTPTLAT 9 311 A/N X X X X X
Internal Point (Longitude) ......... INTPTLON 10 320 A/N X X X X X
Legal/Statistical Area
Description Code ............... LSADC 2 330 A/N X X X X X
Part Flag ......... .......... PARTFLAG 1 332 A/N X X X X X
SPECIAL AREA CODES
School District (Elementary)....... SDELM 5 333 A/N
School District (Secondary) ....... SDSEC 5 338 A/N
School District (Unified) .......... SDUNI 5 343 A/N
Traffic Analysis Zone ............. TAZ 6 348 A/N
Oregon Urban Growth Area ....... UGA 5 354 A/N
Public Use Microdata Area -
5% File................ .. ... PUMA5 5 359 A/N
Public Use Microdata Area -
1% File............... ...... PUMA1 5 364 A/N
Reserved...................... RESERVE2 15 369 A/N
Metropolitan Area Central City..... MACC 5 384 A/N
Urban Area Central Place......... UACP 5 389 A/N X
Public Use Microdata Area -
10% File.............. ....... PUMA10 5 394 A/N
Reserved ...................... RESERVED 2 399 A/N


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Chapter 3.

Subject Locator




CONTENTS
Page
General Information ............ ... ......... .................................. 3-1
Subject Locator .............. .......... ................................... 3-1

GENERAL INFORMATION

The Subject Locator is an index designed to quickly identify the tables (matrices) in the summary
file. This index is arranged in alphabetical order by the name of a subject. Under each subject
heading appears the universe or the type of entry being tabulated (shown in italics) and the
relevant table number. Each variable is arranged alphabetically by universe, then by variable of
cross tabulation, if any. If you are looking for a table tabulating age by sex for all Persons, check
the index under either of the two variables ("age" or "sex").

An asterisk ( ) indicates that the matrix is also repeated by five race and/or Hispanic or Latino
groups. These matrices are identified in the file With a suffix that Pertains to a specific group. For
example, PCT16, when repeated for the White alone population, is labeled PCT13B. The nine
groups, With their specific suffixes, are:


Black or African American alone A suffix
White alone B suffix
Other Races alone C suffix
Hispanic or Latino D suffix
White alone, not Hispanic or Latino E suffix

See the sections "List of Tables (Matrices)" and "Summary Table Outlines" for specific examples.

SUBJECT LOCATOR

Ability to Speak English
Population 5 Years and Over
by Age by Language Spoken at Home .............. .. ........... ............... PCT1 5
by Language Spoken at Hom e ................ .................... ............... PCT16*
by Nativity by Language Spoken at Home .......................................... PCT 7
Age
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 5 Years and Over
by Disability Status by Employment Status ............. .......... ............... PBG29
by Sex by Disability Status by Employment Status ................. ............. PCT33
by Sex by Mental Disability by Employment Status ................................ PCT36
by Sex by Physical Disability by Employment Status ............................... PCT35
by Sex by Self-Care Disability by Employment Status ................. ............ PCT37
by Sex by Sensory Disability by Employment Status ............................... PCT34
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 16 to 64 Years
by Sex by Employment Disability by Employment Status ............................ PCT39
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 16 Years and Over
by Sex by Go-Outside-Home Disability by Employment Status ...................... PCT38
Females 15 Years and Over
by Aggregate Number of Children Ever Born by Marital Status...................... PBG2
by Children Ever Born ................ ......................... ... ............... PCTI 1
by Marital Status .................. ............................... ............... PBG1
Own Children Under 18 Years
by Fam ily Type.................................................................. P28
Asterisks indicate that these tables (matrices) are repeated by specific race and/or Hispanic or Latino
groups. See "General Information" for further explanation.


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Age-Con.
Population 3 Years and Over
by Sex by School Enrollment................................. ............... PCT25
Population 5 Years and Over
by Language Spoken at Home .................................. ............... PBG3, PCT14
by Language Spoken at Home by Ability to Speak English ........................... PCT1 5
Population 5 Years and Over in Linguistically Isolated Households
by Language Spoken at Home .............. ... ................. ............... PCT1 8
Population 15 Years and Over
by Sex by College or Graduate School Enrollment ................................ PCT26
by Sex by Marital Status .............. ... .................. ... ............... PCT 0
Population 16 Years and Over
by Sex by Employment Status .............. ... ................. ............... PCT41
by Sex by Vocational Training..................................... ............... PCT27*
Population 18 Years and Over
by Armed Forces Status by Veteran Status .............. .......................... PBG24
by Sex by Armed Forces Status by Veteran Status .............................. PCT31
by Sex by Educational Attainment .............. .................. ............... PCT28
Population 60 Years and Over
by Household Type (Including Living Alone) ....................... ............... P18
Population for Whom Poverty Status Is Determined
by Poverty Status ..................... .......................... ............... PBG73,PCT66*
by Poverty Status by Household Type .............. ............... ............... PCT67
by Ratio of Income to Poverty Level .............. ... ............ ............... PCT68
Population in Group Quarters
by Sex by Group Quarters Type ................ .................... .............. P31
Population Under 18 Years
by Relationship .............. ................................................... P23
Population Under 20 Years
by Sex...................................... ........... P9
Related Children Under 18 Years
by Poverty Status by Family Type .................................................. PCT70
Total Disabilities Tallied for the Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 5 Years and
Over With Disabilities
by Total Disabilities Tallied .............. ... ................. ............... PBG28
by Type of Disability .............. ... ................... ... ............... PCT32
Total Population
by Detailed Hispanic or Latino by Sex .............. ............... ............... PCT2
by Sex ....................................................................... P7*, PCT1
Unrelated Individuals for Whom Poverty Status Is Determined
by Poverty Status by Sex by Householder Status (Including Living Alone) .......... PCT71
Age of Householder
Families
by Aggregate Income by Family Type ............................................ PCT52
by Family Type.............. ..................................... .............. PCT5
Households
by Aggregate Income ............................................ ............... PCT51
by Household Type............................................................... P15
by Household Type (Including Living Alone) by Presence of Own Children Under 18
Years .............................. .............................. P14
by Income .............. ..................................... .......... PCT49
by Median Income ............................................... ............... PCT50
by Poverty Status by Household Type .............. ............... ............... PCT74
Nonfamily Households
by Aggregate Income by Sex of Householder by Living Alone ..................... PCT61
by Income by Sex of Householder by Living Alone............................... PCT59
by Median Income by Sex of Householder by Living Alone ......................... PCT60
by Sex of Householder by Living Alone ........................... ............... PCT4
Occupied Housing Units
by Occupants Per Room .............. ... .................. ... ............... HBG9
by Tenure...................... .............................................. H13
by Tenure by Household Type (Including Living Alone).............................. HCT1
by Tenure by Occupants Per Room .............. .................. ............... HCT2
by Tenure by Telephone Service Available .............. ... ....... ............... HCT7
by Tenure by Vehicles Available................................... ............... HBG29
Asterisks indicate that these tables (matrices) are repeated by specific race and/or Hispanic or Latino
groups. See "General Information" for further explanation.




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Age of Householder-Con.
Specified Owner-Occupied Housing Units
by Selected Monthly Owner Costs as a Percentage of Household Income ............ HBG69
Specified Renter-Occupied Housing Units
by Gross Rent as a Percentage of Household Income............................. HBG53
Specified Renter-Occupied Housing Units Paying Cash Rent
by Meals Included in Rent ................ ...................... ............... HBG37
Age of Own Children
Families
by Family Type by Presence of Own Children Under 18 Years...................... P27
Females 16 Years and Over
by Presence of Own Children Under 18 Years by Employment Status .............. PCT42
Own Children Under 18 Years in Families and Subfamilies
by Living Arrangements by Employment Status of Parents ......................... PCT43
Age of Related Children
Families
by Family Type by Presence of Related Children Under 18 Years ................... P29
by Poverty Status by Family Type by Presence of Related Children Under 18 Years ... PCT73
by Ratio of Income to Poverty Level by Family Type by Presence of Related Children
Under 18 Years ................................................................ PCT72
Aggregate Contract Rent
Specified Renter-Occupied Housing Units Paying Cash Rent.......................... HBG45
Aggregate Earnings
Households ........................................ ...................... PBG53
Population 16 Years and Over With Earnings
by Sex .............................................. PBG72
by Work Experience by Sex .............. ... ................. ............... PCT65
Aggregate Gross Rent
Specified Renter-Occupied Housing Units Paying Cash Rent.......................... HBG48
by Meals Included in Rent ................ ...................... ............... HBG49
Aggregate Income
Families..................................................................... PBG64*
by Family Type by Age of Householder............................................. PCT52
by Family Type by Presence of Own Children Under 18 Years...................... PCT58
by Number of Workers in Family .............. ... ............... ............... PCT53
by Presence of Own Children Under 18 Years ....................................... PCT56
Households ........ .................................... PBG43*
by Age of Householder .............. ............................. ............... PCT51
Nonfamily Households ................ ... ....... ........................ PBG67
by Sex of Householder by Living Alone by Age of Householder.................... PCT61
Population 15 Years and Over............... .... ............... ............... PBG69*
Aggregate Income Deficit
Families With Income in 1999 Below the Poverty Level
by Family Type.................... ............................................... PBG77
Aggregate Interest, Dividends, or Net Rental Income
Households ........................................... ............. PBG56
Aggregate Number of Children Ever Born
Females 15 Years and Over
by Marital Status by Age ............. ............................ ............... PBG2
Aggregate Number of Rooms
Housing Units ........ ..... ...................................... .......... HBG13
Occupied Housing Units
by Tenure............................... ...................... ........... HG16
Aggregate Number of Vehicles Available
Occupied Housing Units
by Tenure ................ ....................................... ........... HBG30
Aggregate Other Types of Income
Households ........................................... ............. PBG61
Asterisks indicate that these tables (matrices) are repeated by specific race and/or Hispanic or Latino
groups. See "General Information" for further explanation.






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Aggregate Population
Population in Fam ilies ................................................ .............. P25
Population in Households ...................................... ...... ............. P10
Aggregate Public Assistance Income
Households ........................................... ............. PBG 59
Aggregate Retirement Income
Households ........................................... ............. PBG60
Aggregate Selected Monthly Owner Costs
Owner-Occupied Mobile Homes
by Mortgage Status .................... ......................... ............... HBG66
Specified Owner-Occupied Housing Units
by Mortgage Status .............. ................................ ............... HBG65
Aggregate Self-Employment Income
Households ........................................... ............. PBG55
Aggregate Social Security Income
Households ................ .................. ........................ PBG57
Aggregate Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
Households ..................................................... PBG58
Aggregate Travel Time to Work
Workers 16 Years and Over Who Did Not Work at Home
by Means of Transportation..................................... ................. PBG1 7
Aggregate Value
Specified Owner-Occupied Housing Units
by Mortgage Status .............. ................................ ............... HBG60
Aggregate Wage or Salary Income
Households ........................................... ............. PBG54
Armed Forces Status
Population 16 to 19 Years
by School Enrollment by Educational Attainment ................................... PBG22
by School Enrollment by Educational Attainment by Employment Status ............ PCT30
Population 18 Years and Over
by Age by Veteran Status .............. ........................... ............... PBG24
by Sex by Veteran Status .............. ........................... ............... PBG25
by Sex by Age by Veteran Status ................................................. PCT31
Average Family Size
Families ................................................................... P26*
Average Household Size
Occupied Housing Units
by Tenure .................. ....................................... ........... HBG3
Households ................. ................................ P11
Bedrooms
Housing Units ........ ..... ...................................... .......... HBG26
Occupied Housing Units
by Tenure ................. ...................................... ........... HBG27
Specified Renter-Occupied Housing Units
by Gross Rent................................................................. HCT11
Children Ever Born
Females 15 Years and Over .............. .. ................. .. ............... PBG81
by Age ............................................ ............. PCT11
Citizenship Status
Population for Whom Poverty Status Is Determined
by Poverty Status by Place of Birth .............. .................. ............... PCT69
Total Population
by Place of Birth ............. .................................... .............. PBG6
by Year of Entry.............. .................................... .............. PBG5
Class of Worker
Employed Civilian Population 16 Years and Over............... ................. PBG40
by Sex.............................................. PCT48
Asterisks indicate that these tables (matrices) are repeated by specific race and/or Hispanic or Latino
groups. See "General Information" for further explanation.




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College or Graduate School Enrollment
Population 15 Years and Over
by Sex by Age ............................................................... PCT26
Condominium Status
Occupied Housing Units
by Vacancy Status ............... ... ............................................. HBG6
by Tenure by Mortgage Status .............. ... ................. ............... HBG7


Contract Rent
Specified Renter-Occupied Housing Units ............ .. ............


HBG41, HCT9


Cooking Fuel
Occupied Housing Units ............................................... ............ HBG25
Detailed Hispanic or Latino
Total Population
by Age by Sex ............................................................... PCT2
Disability Status
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 5 Years and Over
by Age by Employment Status .............. ... ................. ............... PBG29
by Sex ............................................... ........ PBG30
by Sex by Age by Employment Status ............................................ PCT33
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 18 to 34 Years
by Sex by School Enrollment by Educational Attainment .......................... PCT40
Earnings
Households ........................................ ...................... PBG44
Population 16 Years and Over
by Sex by Work Experience ...................................................... PCT63*
Population 16 Years and Over With Earnings
by Sex......................................................................... PBG70, PCT62
Educational Attainment
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 18 to 34 Years
by Sex by Disability Status by School Enrollment ................................... PCT40
Civilian Population 16 to 19 Years
by School Enrollment by Employment Status ....................................... PBG23
Population 16 to 19 Years
by Armed Forces Status by School Enrollment ..................................... PCT22
by Armed Forces Status by School Enrollment by Employment Status .............. PCT30
Population 18 Years and Over
by Sex by Age .............. ...................... ............... ............ PCT28
Population 25 Years and Over
by Sex............................... ... ............. PBG21, PCT29*


Employment Disability
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 16 to 64 Years
by Sex by Age by Em ployment Status .............. ............ ...............


PCT39


Employment Status
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 5 Years and Over
by Age by Disability Status .............. ... ................. ............... PBG29
by Sex by Age by Disability Status .............. .................. ............... PCT33
by Sex by Age by Mental Disability ................. ............ ............... PCT36
by Sex by Age by Physical Disability .......................................... PCT35
by Sex by Age by Self-Care Disability .............. ............... ............... PCT37
by Sex by Age by Sensory Disability ............................................ PCT34
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 16 to 64 Years
by Sex by Age by Employment Disability ......................................... PCT39
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 16 Years and Over
by Sex by Age by Go-Outside-Home Disability.............. ................ PCT38
Civilian Population 16 to 19 Years
by School Enrollment by Educational Attainment ................................... PBG23
Families
by Family Type.............. ..................................... .............. PBG32
Females 16 Years and Over
by Presence of Own Children Under 18 Years ............... ... ................... PBG33
by Presence of Own Children Under 18 Years by Age of Own Children ............. PCT42
Asterisks indicate that these tables (matrices) are repeated by specific race and/or Hispanic or Latino
groups. See "General Information" for further explanation.




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Employment Status-Con.
Population 16 Years and Over
by Sex.............................................. PBG31
by Sex by Age .............. ................................................. PCT41
Population 16 to 19 Years
by Armed Forces Status by School Enrollment by Educational Attainment........... PCT30
Employment Status of Parents
Own Children Under 18 Years in Families and Subfamilies
by Age of Own Children by Living Arrangements ................ ................ PCT43
by Living Arrangements .............. .... ................. ... ............... PBG34
Family Type
Families
by Age of Householder .......................................................... PCT5
by Aggregate Income by Age of Householder ..................................... PCT52
by Aggregate Income by Presence of Own Children Under 18 Years ............... PCT58
by Employment Status ............................................ ............... PBG32
by Median Income by Presence of Own Children Under 18 Years ................... PCT57
by Number of Workers in Family .............. ... ............... ............... PBG37, PCT45
by Poverty Status ..................................... ......................... PBG76
by Poverty Status by Presence of Related Children Under 18 Years by Age of Related
Children ............................................ .. ............. PCT73
by Presence of Own Children Under 18 Years by Age of Own Children ............. P27
by Presence of Own Children Under 18 Years by Income .......................... PCT54
by Presence of Related Children Under 18 Years by Age of Related Children ......... P29
by Ratio of Income to Poverty Level by Presence of Related Children Under 18 Years
by Age of Related Children .................................... ................. PCT72
Families With Income in 1999 Below the Poverty Level
by Aggregate Incom e Deficit................. ..................... ............... PBG77
Own Children Under 18 Years
by Age .................................................... P28
Related Children Under 18 Years
by Poverty Status by Age .............. ... .................. .. ............... PCT70


Father's Place of Birth
Total Population............................ ........... .


PBG8, PCT20


Go-Outside-Home Disability
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 16 Years and Over
by Sex by Age by Employment Status ................ ........................... PCT38
Grandparents Living With Own Grandchildren Under 18 Years
Population 30 Years and Over in Households
by Household Relationship by Responsibility for Own Grandchildren .............. PCT13
by Responsibility for Own Grandchildren by Length of Time Responsible for
Grandchildren .............................. ...... ........................ PCT 2


Gross Rent
Specified Renter-Occupied Housing Units ......... ...........................
by Bedrooms ......... ............ .... .................. ...........
Gross Rent as a Percentage of Household Income
Specified Renter-Occupied Housing Units ......... ...........................
by Age of Householder .............. ............................. ...............
by Income ............... ..................................................


HBG46, HCTIO
HCT11

HBG51
HBG53
HBG54, HCT12


Group Quarters Type
Population in Group Quarters ............... .............. .................. P30*
by Sex by Age ............... .. ............... ................. ............ P31
Hispanic or Latino, and Not Hispanic or Latino
Population 18 Years and Over
by Race .................. .................................................. P6
Total Population
by Race ................. ....................... ................. ......... P5
Hispanic or Latino Householder
Occupied Housing Units
by Race of Householder .............. ... .................. ... ............... H7
Asterisks indicate that these tables (matrices) are repeated by specific race and/or Hispanic or Latino
groups. See "General Information" for further explanation.





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Household Relationship
Population 30 Years and Over in Households
by Grandparents Living With Own Grandchildren Under 18 Years by Responsibility
for O w n G grandchildren ................ ...................... .. ................
Household Size
Households
by Household Type.................... ............. ....... ....................
by Household Type by Presence of Own Children Under 18 Years ..................
by Presence of People 60 Years and Over by Household Type .......................
by Presence of People 65 Years and Over by Household Type .......................
Occupied Housing Units.................... ......................................
by Tenure................. .................................................


PCT13


P20
P12*
P16
P17
HBG1
HBG2


Household Type
Households
by Age of Householder .............. ............................. ............... P15
by Household Size .................. ...................... .... ............... P20
by Household Size by Presence of Own Children Under 18 Years ................... P12*
by Poverty Status ...................................... ........................... PBG78
by Poverty Status by Age of Householder .......................... ............... PCT74
by Presence of People 60 Years and Over by Household Size ...................... P16
by Presence of People 65 Years and Over by Household Size ....................... P17
by Presence of People Under 18 Years .............. ............... ............... P13
by Ratio of Income to Poverty Level .............................................. PBG79, PCT75
Nonrelatives ..................... ............................ PCT9
Occupied Housing Units
by Tenure .................. ...................................... .......... HBG5
Population for Whom Poverty Status Is Determined
by Poverty Status .............. .................................. .............. PBG75
by Poverty Status by Age .............. ........................... ............... PCT67
Population Under 18 Years
by Relationship .............................. ................ ............... P22
Household Type (Including Living Alone)
Households
by Age of Householder by Presence of Own Children Under 18 Years .............. P14
Occupied Housing Units................. ................. ........ .............. HBG4
by Tenure ................. ......... ............................. ........... HBG5
by Tenure by Age of Householder .............. ................... ............... HCT1
Population 60 Years and Over
byAge ............................................ ....... P18
Population 65 Years and Over
by Relationship .............. .................................... ............... P24
Total Population
by Relationship ................... ............ ................ ............... P21


Householder Status (Including Living Alone)
Unrelated Individuals for Whom Poverty Status Is Determined
by Poverty Status by Sex by Age............... .. .............. ...............


PCT71


Housing Units
Housing Units .................. ... .............. ................... H 1
Imputation of Ability to Speak English
Population 5 Years and Over ..................................................... PCT79
Imputation of Age
Total Population ................................................................. P36
Imputation of Bedrooms
Housing Units .................. ..................................... .......... HBG79
Imputation of Children Ever Born
Females 15 Years and Over ................................. .. ............... PBG84
Imputation of Citizenship Status
Total Population ....................................... ............... ............ PBG88


Imputation of Class of Worker
Employed Civilian Population 16 Years and Over.....................................


PBG117


Asterisks indicate that these tables (matrices) are repeated by specific race and/or Hispanic or Latino
groups. See "General Information" for further explanation.


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Imputation of Condominium Status
Housing Units ............... ..... .............. ................... ...... .... HBG75
Imputation of Contract Rent
Specified Renter-Occupied Housing Units ... ....... ...................... HBG88
Imputation of Cooking Fuel
Occupied Housing Units .................................... .......... ............. HBG83
Imputation of Disability Items
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 5 Years and Over .......................... PBG99
Imputation of Earnings-Percent of Earnings Imputed
Population 16 Years and Over ................ .................... ............... PBG1 19
Imputation of Educational Attainment
Population 25 Years and Over ..................................................... PBG94
Imputation of Employment Disability
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 16 to 64 Years.................. ............ PBG105
Imputation of Employment Status
Population 16 Years and Over ...................................................... PBG111
Imputation of Father's Place of Birth
Total Population ................................................ ... .... .......... PBG86
Imputation of Go-Outside-Home Disability
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 16 Years and Over........................... PBG 104
Imputation of Grade Enrolled
Population 3 Years and Over Enrolled in School ................................... PBG93
Imputation of Grandparents Living With Own Grandchildren Under 18 Years
Population 30 Years and Over in Households ...................................... PCT76
Imputation of Gross Rent
Specified Renter-Occupied Housing Units .......... ........................... HBG89
Imputation of Hispanic or Latino
Total Population ................................................................. P34
Imputation of Housing Items
Housing Units .................. ................... ................ .......... HBG73
Imputation of Income-Percent of Income Imputed
Families............................................................ PBG 121
Households ........................................ ...................... PBG 120
Population in Families
by Poverty Status .............. .................................. ............... PBG124
Nonfamily Households................................................. PBG 122
Population 15 Years and Over ..................................................... PBG1 18
Unrelated Individuals for Whom Poverty Status Is Determined
by Poverty Status .............. .................................. ............... PBG123
Imputation of Industry
Employed Civilian Population 16 Years and Over.............. .................. PBG 115
Imputation of Kitchen Facilities
Housing Units .................. ................... ................. .......... HBG82
Imputation of Language Spoken at Home
Population 5 Years and Over ..................................................... PBG91
Imputation of Language Status
Population 5 Years and Over ........................................................ PBG90
Imputation of Length of Time Grandparent Responsible for Grandchildren
Under 18 Years
Population 30 Years and Over in Households .............. ..................... PCT78
Imputation of Marital Status
Population 15 Years and Over.................. ................ ............... PBG83
Imputation of Meals Included in Rent
Specified Renter-Occupied Housing Units Paying Cash Rent.......................... HBG84
Asterisks indicate that these tables (matrices) are repeated by specific race and/or Hispanic or Latino
groups. See "General Information" for further explanation.





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Imputation of Means of Transportation to Work
Workers 16 Years and Over ......................................................... PBG 107
Imputation of Mental Disability
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 5 Years and Over ............................ PBG 102
Imputation of Mobility Status
Population 5 Years and Over ..................................... ... ............. PBG95
Imputation of Mortgage Status and Selected Monthly Owner Costs
Owner-Occupied Housing Units ...... ..................................... HBG94
Specified Owner-Occupied Housing Units ............. .. ......................... HBG93
Imputation of Mortgage Status
Specified Owner-Occupied Housing Units ................... ...... ............... HBG92
Imputation of Mother's Place of Birth
Total Population ..................................................... ............. PBG87
Imputation of Occupation
Employed Civilian Population 16 Years and Over ............ ...... .................. PBG 116
Imputation of Period of Military Service
Civilian Veterans 18 Years and Over .................................... ............. PBG98
Imputation of Physical Disability
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 5 Years and Over ............................ PBG1 01
Imputation of Place of Birth
Total Population ..................................................... ............. PBG85
Imputation of Place of Work
Workers 16 Years and Over ......................................................... PBG 106
Imputation of Plumbing Facilities
Housing Units ................... ................... .................. ............. HBG81
Imputation of Population Items
Population in Group Quarters ...................................... .. .............. P32
Total Population .................................................................. PBG82
Imputation of Private Vehicle Occupancy
Workers 16 Years and Over ..................................... ............... PBG 108
Imputation of Purchase of Water
Occupied Housing Units .................................... .......... ............. HBG87
Imputation of Race
Total Population ................................................................. P33
Imputation of Relationship
Total Population ......................... ............................ P37
Imputation of Residence in 1995
Population 5 Years and Over ...................................... ................ PBG96
Imputation of Responsibility for Own Grandchildren Under 18 Years
Population 30 Years and Over in Households .............. ..................... PCT77
Imputation of Rooms
Housing Units ................. ............................................ HBG74
Imputation of School Enrollment and Type of School
Population 3 Years and Over ............... .. ................. ............... PBG92
Imputation of Self-Care Disability
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 5 Years and Over ........................... PBG 103
Imputation of Sensory Disability
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 5 Years and Over ........................... PBG 100
Imputation of Sewage Disposal
Housing Units .................. ...................................... .......... HBG86
Imputation of Sex
Total Population ............ ...................................... P35
Imputation of Source of Water
Housing Units .................. ...................................... .......... HBG85
Asterisks indicate that these tables (matrices) are repeated by specific race and/or Hispanic or Latino
groups. See "General Information" for further explanation.




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Imputation of Telephone Service Available
Occupied Housing Units .................................... .......... ............. HBG95
Imputation of Tenure
Occupied Housing Units ..................................... ...................... H 14
Imputation of Time Leaving Home to Go to Work
Workers 16 Years and Over ......................................................... PBG 109
Imputation of Travel Time to Work
Workers 16 Years and Over ......................................................... PBG110
Imputation of Units in Structure
Housing Units ................................ ... .............. .......... HBG76
Imputation of Usual Hours Worked Per Week
Population 16 Years and Over ...................................................... PBGI 13
Imputation of Vacancy Status
Vacant Housing Units ................................................. ............. H 15
Imputation of Value
Owner-Occupied Housing Units...................................................... HBG90
Specified Owner-Occupied Housing Units ... ....... ...................... HBG91
Imputation of Vehicles Available
Occupied Housing Units .................................... .......... ............. HBG80
Imputation of Veteran Status
Population 18 Years and Over ...................................................... PBG97
Imputation of Weeks Worked
Population 16 Years and Over ....... ........... ............. PBGI 14
Imputation of Work Status
Population 16 Years and Over ................... ................................... PBGI 12
Imputation of Year Householder Moved Into Unit
Occupied Housing Units............................................................. HBG78
Imputation of Year of Entry
Population Born Outside the U.S. Virgin Islands ...................................... PBG89
Imputation of Year Structure Built
Housing Units ............. ..... .................................... ........... HBG77
Inclusion of Utilities in Rent
Specified Renter-Occupied Housing Units ............. ........................ HBG50
Income
Fam ilies ................................... .................. .... .. ....... ........ PBG62*
by Family Type by Presence of Own Children Under 18 Years...................... PCT54
Households ............................................ ............. PB 41*
by Age of Householder .............. ............................. ............... PCT49
Nonfamily Households ................ ... ....... ........................ PBG65
by Sex of Householder by Living Alone by Age of Householder.................... PCT59
Specified Owner-Occupied Housing Units
by Selected Monthly Owner Costs as a Percentage of Household Income ............ HBG70, HCT1 8
Specified Renter-Occupied Housing Units
by Gross Rent as a Percentage of Household Income.............................. HBG54, HCT12
Industry
Employed Civilian Population 16 Years and Over............... ................. PBG38
by Sex................................. ................. PCT46
Interest, Dividends, or Net Rental Income
Households ........................................... ............. PBG47
Kitchen Facilities
Housing Units ........ ..... ...................................... .......... HBG34
Occupied Housing Units
by Tenure.............................. ........ ................ ............ HBG35
Specified Renter-Occupied Housing Units Paying Cash Rent
by Meals Included in Rent ................ ...................... ............... HBG36
Asterisks indicate that these tables (matrices) are repeated by specific race and/or Hispanic or Latino
groups. See "General Information" for further explanation.





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Language
Households
by Linguistic Isolation .............. ... .......................................... PBG4
Language Spoken at Home
Population 5 Years and Over
by Ability to Speak English .............. ... ................. ............... PCT16*
by Age .............................. .................................. PBG3, PCT14
by Age by Ability to Speak English .............. .................. ............... PCT1 5
by Nativity by Ability to Speak English ........................................... PCT1 7
Population 5 Years and Over in Linguistically Isolated Households
by Age ........................... .. .. ... ........................ PCT18
Length of Time Responsible for Grandchildren
Population 30 Years and Over in Households
by Grandparents Living With Own Grandchildren Under 18 Years by Responsibility
for Ow n Grandchildren ................ ...................... .. ................ PCT12
Level of School
Population 3 Years and Over
by School Enrollm ent................. .......................... ............... PBG 20*
by Sex by School Enrollment by Type of School....... ........................... PCT24*
Linguistic Isolation
Households
by Household Language.............. ............................ ............... PBG4
Living Alone
Nonfamily Households
by Aggregate Income by Sex of Householder by Age of Householder .............. PCT61
by Income by Sex of Householder by Age of Householder .......................... PCT59
by Median Income by Sex of Householder by Age of Householder ................. PCT60
by Sex of Householder by Age of Householder ....... ........................... PCT4
Living Arrangements
Own Children Under 18 Years in Families and Subfamilies
by Employment Status of Parents ............... .. ............................... PBG34
by Age of Own Children by Employment Status of Parents ......................... PCT43
Lower Contract Rent Quartile
Specified Renter-Occupied Housing Units Paying Cash Rent.......................... HBG42
Lower Value Quartile
Specified Owner-Occupied Housing Units .......................................... HBG56
Marital Status
Females 15 Years and Over
by Age ................. .................... ................. ......... PBG 1
by Aggregate Number of Children Ever Born by Age .............................. PBG2
Population 15 Years and Over
by Sex.............................................. PBG80
by Sex by Age ................................................................. PCT1
Specified Renter-Occupied Housing Units Paying Cash Rent
by Age ................... ................................................ PBG 1
Meals Included in Rent
Specified Renter-Occupied Housing Units Paying Cash Rent
by Age of Householder ........................................................... HBG37
by Aggregate Gross Rent .............. ... .................. .. ............... HBG49
by Kitchen Facilities .............. .................. .......... ............... HBG36
Means of Transportation to Work
Workers 16 Years and Over .............. .. ................. .. ............... PBG14
by Sex................................... .................... ............ PBG80
Workers 16 Years and Over Who Did Not Work at Home
by Aggregate Travel Time to Work (In Minutes) ..................................... PBG1 7
by Travel Time to Work .............. ............................. ............... PBG16
Median Age
Total Population
by Sex.............................................. P8*
Asterisks indicate that these tables (matrices) are repeated by specific race and/or Hispanic or Latino
groups. See "General Information" for further explanation.




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Median Contract Rent
Specified Renter-Occupied Housing Units Paying Cash Rent........................... HBG43
Median Earnings
Population 16 Years and Over With Earnings in 1999
by Sex .................................. ............ PBG71
by Work Experience by Sex .............. ... ................. ............... PCT64*
Median Gross Rent
Specified Renter-Occupied Housing Units Paying Cash Rent.......................... HBG47
Median Gross Rent as a Percentage of Household Income
Specified Renter-Occupied Housing Units Paying Cash Rent.......................... HBG52
Median Income
Families......................... ..... ............................ ........... PBG63*
by Family Type by Presence of Own Children Under 18 Years...................... PCT57
by Presence of Own Children Under 18 Years ....................................... PCT55
Households ........................................... ............. PBG42*
by Age of Householder .............. ............................. ............... PCT50
Nonfamily Households ................ ... ....... ........................ PBG66
by Sex of Householder by Living Alone by Age of Householder.................... PCT60
Median Number of Rooms
Housing Units ...................... .............. ................... HBG1 2
Occupied Housing Units
by Tenure ................. .... .................................. ........... HBG15
Median Selected Monthly Owner Costs
Specified Owner-Occupied Housing Units
by M mortgage Status ................ ................... ......................... H BG64
Median Selected Monthly Owner Costs as a Percentage of Household Income
Specified Owner-Occupied Housing Units
by Mortgage Status .............. ................................ ............... HBG68
Median Value
Specified Owner-Occupied Housing Units .......................................... HBG57
Median Year Householder Moved Into Unit
Occupied Housing Units
by Tenure ................. ....................................... ........... HBG24
Median Year Structure Built
Housing Units ........ ..... ...................................... .......... HBG20
Occupied Housing Units
by Tenure .................. ....................................... ........... HBG22
Mental Disability
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 5 Years and Over
by Sex by Age by Employment Status ............................................ PCT36
Mortgage Status
Occupied Housing Units
by Condominium Status by Tenure .............. .................. ............... HBG7
Owner-Occupied Housing Units
by Selected Monthly Owner Costs ................................ ............... HBG71, HCT1 9
Owner-Occupied Mobile Homes
by Aggregate Selected Monthly Owner Costs ........ ....... .. .................. HBG66
Specified Owner-Occupied Housing Units .......... ........................... HBG59
by Aggregate Selected Monthly Owner Costs ........ ....... .. .................. HBG65
by Aggregate Value ............... ............................. ............... HBG60
by Median Selected Monthly Owner Costs ......................................... HBG64
by Median Selected Monthly Owner Costs as a Percentage of Household Income..... HBG68
by Selected Monthly Owner Costs .................................... ........... HBG63, HCT16
by Selected Monthly Owner Costs as a Percentage of Household Income ............ HBG67, HCT17
Mother's Place of Birth
Total Population ...................................... ............... ............ PBG9, PCT21
Nativity
Population 5 Years and Over
by Language Spoken at Home by Ability to Speak English ........................... PCT1 7
Asterisks indicate that these tables (matrices) are repeated by specific race and/or Hispanic or Latino
groups. See "General Information" for further explanation.



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Number of Subfamilies
Households ........................................... ............. PCT8
Number of Workers
Families
by Aggregate Income ................. .......................................... PCT53
by Family Type................................................................ PBG37, PCT45
Occupancy Status
Housing Units .................. ...................................... .......... H3
Occupants Per Room
Occupied Housing Units
by Age of Householder .............. ............................. ............... HBG9
by Plum bing Facilities ............................................ ............... HBG IO
by Plumbing Facilities by Year Structure Built ....................................... HBG33, HCT8
by Tenure ................. ......... ............................. ........... HBG8
by Tenure by Age of Householder .............. ................... ............... HCT2
by Tenure by Plumbing Facilities .............. .................... ............... HCT3
Occupation
Employed Civilian Population 16 Years and Over
by Sex............................................... PBG39, PCT47
Other Types of Income
Households ........................................... ............. PBG52
Parents' Place of Birth
Total Population ............................................................... PBG1, PCT22
Per Capita Income
Total Population ................................................................ PBG68*
Period of Military Service
Civilian Veterans 18 Years and Over.............. ......................... PBC26
Physical Disability
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 5 Years and Over
by Sex by Age by Employment Status ............................................ PCT35
Place of Birth
Population for Whom Poverty Status is Determined
by Poverty Status by Citizenship Status .............. ............. ............... PCT69
Total Population ............................................................... PBG7, PCT19
by Citizenship Status.............. .................... ........ ............... PBG6
Place of Work-Island Level
Workers 16 Years and Over .............. .. ................. .. ............... PBG12
Place of Work-Place Level
Workers 16 Years and Over .............. .. ................. .. ............... PBG13
Plumbing Facilities
Housing Units ........ ..... ...................................... .......... HBG31
Occupied Housing Units
by Occupants Per Room ........................................ .. ............ HBGIO
by Occupants Per Room by Year Structure Built ...... ........................ HBG33, HCT8
by Tenure ................. ...................................... ........... HBG32
by Tenure by Occupants Per Room .............. .................. ............... HCT3
Poverty Status
Families
by Family Type.................... ................. ............................ PBG76
by Family Type by Presence of Related Children Under 18 Years by Age of Related
Children ................................ ... ..... ............ PCT73
Households
by Household Type .......................... ..................... ............... PBG78
by Household Type by Age of Householder .............. ...................... .. PCT74
Population for Whom Poverty Status Is Determined
by Age ............................................ ............. PBG73, PCT66*
by Age by Household Type .............. ......................... ............... PCT67
by Household Type.................. ............................. ............... PBG75
by Place of Birth by Citizenship Status ............................ ............... PCT69
Asterisks indicate that these tables (matrices) are repeated by specific race and/or Hispanic or Latino
groups. See "General Information" for further explanation.



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Poverty Status-Con.
Population in Families
by Imputation of Income-Percent of Income Imputed ............................... PBG124
Related Children Under 18 Years
by Family Type by Age .................................... ....... ............... PCT70
Unrelated Individuals for Whom Poverty Status Is Determined
by Imputation of Income-Percent of Income Imputed ............................ PBG123
by Sex by Age by Householder Status (Including Living Alone) .................... PCT71
Presence of Nonrelatives
Households ........................................ .. ........... P19
Presence of Own Children Under 18 Years
Families
by Aggregate Income ............... ............................. ............... PCT56
by Aggregate Income by Family Type ............................................ PCT58
by Family Type by Age of Own Children .............. ............. ............... P27
by Family Type by Income .............. ...................... ................... PCT54
by Median Income .............. ................................ ............... PCT55
by Median Income by Family Type .............. .................. ............... PCT57
Females 16 Years and Over
by Age of Own Children by Employment Status............................... PCT42
by Employment Status .............. ............................. ............... PBG33
Households
by Age of Householder by Household Type (Including Living Alone) ............... P14
by Household Size by Household Type .................. .......................... P12
Subfamilies
by Subfamily Type .............. ................................. ............... PCT6
Presence of People 60 Years and Over
Households
by Household Size by Household Type .............. .............. ............... P16
Presence of People 65 Years and Over
Households
by Household Size by Household Type .............. .............. ............... P17
Presence of People Under 18 Years
Households
by Household Type................. ............................. ............... P13
Presence of Related Children Under 18 Years
Families
by Family Type by Age of Related Children .................. ... ............... P29
by Poverty Status by Family Type by Age of Related Children ..................... PCT73
by Ratio of Income to Poverty Level by Family Type by Age of Related Children ...... PCT72
Price Asked
Specified Vacant-for-Sale-Only Housing Units ........................................ HBG62, HCT1 5
Private Vehicle Occupancy
Workers 16 Years and Over ................ ....................................... PBG19
Public Assistance Income
Households ............... ...................... ....................... PBG50
Purchase of Water from Water Vendor
Occupied Housing Units ............................................... ............ HBG39
Race
Total Population................ .......... ......... ............ P3
by Hispanic or Latino, and Not Hispanic or Latino .................................. P5
Population 18 Years and Over ..................................... ................ P4
by Hispanic or Latino, and Not Hispanic or Latino .................................. P6
Race of Householder
Occupied Housing Units ............................................... ............ H6
by Hispanic or Latino Householder .............. .................. ............... H7
by Tenure .................. ....................................... ........... H10
Asterisks indicate that these tables (matrices) are repeated by specific race and/or Hispanic or Latino
groups. See "General Information" for further explanation.


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Ratio of Income to Poverty Level
Families
by Family Type by Presence of Related Children Under 18 Years by Age of Related
Children ................................ ... ..... ............ PCT72
Households
by Household Type............... ................ ......................... PBG79, PCT75
Population for Whom Poverty Status Is Determined ............................... PBG74
by Age ........................................ ........................ PCT68
by Household Type............... .... ........................................... PBG79
Relationship
Population 65 Years and Over
by Household Type (Including Living Alone) ....................... ............ .. P24
Population in Subfamilies
by Subfamily Type .............. ................................. ............... PCT7
Population Under 18 Years
by Age ........................................ ........................ P23
by Household Type............... .... ........................................... P22
Total Population
by Household Type (Including Living Alone) ....................... ............ .. P21


Residence in 1995
Population 5 Years and Over ................................. ... ............
Responsibility for Own Grandchildren
Population 30 Years and Over in Households
by Grandparents Living With Own Grandchildren Under 18 Years by Length of Time
Responsible for Grandchildren ....................................................
by Household Relationship by Grandparents Living With Own Grandchildren under
18 Years ...................... .. ................................. ............
Retirement Income
Households ..... .................................... ....................


PBG11,PCT23



PCT12

PCT13

PBG51


Rooms
Housing Units ........ ..... ...................................... .......... H G 11
Occupied Housing Units
by Tenure ................. ....................................... .......... HB14, HCT4
School Enrollment
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 18 to 34 Years
by Sex by Disability Status by Educational Attainment .............................. PCT40
Civilian Population 16 to 19 Years
by Educational Attainment by Employment Status .............................. PBG23
Population 3 Years and Over
by Level of School .............. .... ............................................ PBG20*
by Sex by Age ............................. ... ................... .... ........ PCT25
by Sex by Level of School by Type of School .............. ........................ PCT24*
Population 16 to 19 Years
by Armed Forces Status by Educational Attainment ............................... PBG22
by Armed Forces Status by Educational Attainment by Employment Status........... PCT30


Selected Monthly Owner Costs
Owner-Occupied Housing Units
by Mortgage Status ...................... ...........................
Specified Owner-Occupied Housing Units
by Mortgage Status .................................................


HBG71, HCT19

HBG63, HCT16


Selected Monthly Owner Costs as a Percentage of Household Income
Specified Owner-Occupied Housing Units
by Age of Householder .............. ... ....................... ............... HBG69
by Income .............. ..................................... .......... HBG70, HCT18
by Mortgage Status .............. ... ................... .... ............... HBG67, HCT17
Self-Care Disability
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 5 Years and Over
by Sex by Age by Employment Status .............. ... .......... ............... PCT37


Self-Employment Income
Households .... ...........................................................


PBG46


Asterisks indicate that these tables (matrices) are repeated by specific race and/or Hispanic or Latino
groups. See "General Information" for further explanation.




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Sensory Disability
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 5 Years and Over
by Sex by Age by Employment Status ............................................ PCT34
Sewage Disposal
Housing Units .................. ...................................... .......... HBG40
Sex of Householder
Nonfamily Households
by Aggregate Income by Living Alone by Age of Householder..................... PCT61
by Income by Living Alone by Age of Householder ............................. PCT59
by Living Alone by Age of Householder .......................................... PCT4
by Median Income by Living Alone by Age of Householder......................... PCT60
Sex
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 5 Years and Over
by Age by Disability Status by Employment Status............................... PCT33
by Age by Mental Disability by Employment Status ............................... PCT36
by Age by Physical Disability by Employment Status .............................. PCT35
by Age by Self-Care Disability by Employment Status ............................... PCT37
by Age by Sensory Disability by Employment Status .............................. PCT34
by D disability Status ......................... .. ....... .......... ............... PBG 30
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 16 to 64 Years
by Age by Employment Disability by Employment Status.......................... PCT39
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 16 Years and Over
by Age by Go-Outside-Home Disability by Employment Status .................... PCT38
Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 18 to 34 Years
by Disability Status by School Enrollment by Educational Attainment .............. PCT40
Employed Civilian Population 16 Years and Over
by Class of W orker .............. ................................................ PCT48
by Industry............................ .. ............. PCT46
by Occupation .............. ..................................... .............. PBG39,
Population 3 Years and Over
by Age by Householder Status (Including Living Alone) ............................ PCT71
by School Enrollment by Age ..................................................... PCT25
by School Enrollment by Level of School by Type of School ........................ PCT24*
Population 15 Years and Over
by College or Graduate School Enrollment by Age ............................... PCT26
by Marital Status ............................................. ............... PBG80
by Marital Status by Age ............. ............................ ............... PCT1 0
Population 16 Years and Over
by Age by Employment Status .............. ... ................. ............... PCT41
by Age by Vocational Training .............. ... ................. ............... PCT27*
by Employment Status .............. ............................. ............... PBG31
by Work Experience by Earnings ............... ... .............. ............... PCT63*
by Work Status by Usual Hours Worked Per Week ................................... PBG35
by Work Status by Usual Hours Worked Per Week by Weeks Worked ................ PCT44
by Work Status by Weeks Worked ................ ..... ............ ............... PBG36
Population 16 Years and Over With Earnings in 1999
by Aggregate Earnings ................ ........ ........... ...... ............... PBG72
by Aggregate Earnings by Work Experience .................................... .. PCT65
by Earnings ..................... ................ ... ................ .......... PBG70,
by M edian Earnings ................................................. ............ PBG 71
by Median Earnings by Work Experience ................. ........ ............... PCT64*
Population 18 Years and Over
by Age by Armed Forces Status by Veteran Status ............................... PCT31
by Age by Educational Attainment .............. .................. ............... PCT28
by Armed Forces Status by Veteran Status .............. .......................... PBG25
Population 25 Years and Over
by Educational Attainment ............. ......................................... PBG21
Population in Group Quarters
by Age by Group Quarters Type .................................. ............... P31
Population Under 20 Years
by Age ........................................ ........................ P9
Total Population
by Age ...................................................... .......... P7*, PC
by Detailed Hispanic or Latino by Age .............. ............... ............... PCT2
by Median Age ................ .................................................. P8*


PCT47


PCT62


,PCT29'


Tl*


Asterisks indicate that these tables (matrices) are repeated by specific race and/or Hispanic or Latino
groups. See "General Information" for further explanation.


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Sex-Con.
Unrelated Individuals for Whom Poverty Status Is Determined
by Poverty Status by Age by Householder Status (Including Living Alone)............ PCT71
Sex of Partners
Households
by Unmarried-Partner Households .............. .................. ............... PCT3
Social Security Income
Households ........................................... ............. PBG48
Source of Water
Housing Units .................. ...................................... .......... HBG38
Subfamily Type
Population in Subfamilies
by Relationship .............. .................................... ............... PCT7
Subfamilies
by Presence of Own Children Under 18 Years ....................................... PCT6
Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
Households ................................................... PBG49
Telephone Service Available
Occupied Housing Units
by Tenure ................. ......... ............................. ........... HBG72
by Tenure by Age of Householder .............. ................... ............... HCT7
Tenure
Occupied Housing Units ............................................... ............ H4
by Age of Householder ........................................... ............... H 13
by Age of Householder by Occupants Per Room ................................. HCT2
by Aggregate Number of Rooms ................................................. HBG16
by Aggregate Number of Vehicles Available ....................... ............ .. HBG30
by Average Household Size..................................... ................. HBG3
by Bedrooms ................... .............................................. HBG27
by Condominium Status by Mortgage Status ....................................... HBG7
by Household Size ................. .............................. ............... HBG2
by Household Type.............................................. ............... HBG5
by Household Type (Including Living Alone) by Age of Householder ............... HCT1
by Kitchen Facilities ............... .............................................. H BG 35
by Median Number of Rooms .................................................... HBG1 5
by Median Year Householder Moved Into Unit ...................................... HBG24
by Median Year Structure Built .............. ...................... ............... HBG22
by Occupants Per Room .............. ............................ ............ .. HBG8
by Plum bing Facilities ................ ........................... ............... HBG32
by Plum bing Facilities by Occupants Per Room ..................................... HCT3
by Race of Householder .............. ........................................... H10
by Rooms .................... ............... ................... .......... HBG14,
by Telephone Service Available .................................... .............. HBG72
by Telephone Service Available by Age of Householder ........................... HCT7
by Units in Structure .............. ............................... .............. HBG18,.
by Vehicles Available ............................................ ............... HBG28
by Vehicles Available by Age of Householder ....................................... HBG29
by Year Householder Moved Into Unit .............. ............... ............... HBG23
by Year Structure Built....................................... .................... HBG21,
Occupied Housing Units With a Householder Who Is Hispanic or Latino .............. H 11
Occupied Housing Units With a Householder Who Is White Alone, Not Hispanic or
Latino....................................... ......... H12
Population in Occupied Housing Units ................................. ............ H9
Time Leaving Home to Go to Work
Workers 16 Years and Over .............. .. ................. ............... PBG18
Total Disabilities Tallied
Total Disabilities Tallied for the Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 5 Years and
Over With Disabilities
by Age ............................................................... PBG28
by Age by Type of Disability...................................... ............... PBG27,


,HCT4


,HCT5



,HCT6


PCT32


Asterisks indicate that these tables (matrices) are repeated by specific race and/or Hispanic or Latino
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Total Population
Total Population .................................... ............. P1
Population in Occupied Housing Units ............................................ H8
by Tenure .................. ...................................... ........... H9
Travel Time to Work
Workers 16 Years and Over ........................................................ PBG1 5
Workers 16 Years and Over Who Did Not Work at Home
by Means of Transportation to Work ...................... ..................... PBG16
Type of Disability
Total Disabilities Tallied for the Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population 5 Years and
Over With Disabilities
by Age by Total Disabilities Tallied .............. .................. ............... PCT32
by Total Disabilities Tallied .............. ... ................. ............... PBG27
Type of School
Population 3 Years and Over
by Sex by School Enrollment by Level of School ................................ PCT24*
Units in Structure
Housing Units ...................... .............. ................... HBG1 7
Occupied Housing Units
by Tenure ....................................................... .......... HB18, HCT5
Unmarried-Partner Households
Households
by Sex of Partners ............. .................................. ............... PCT3
Upper Contract Rent Quartile
Specified Renter-Occupied Housing Units Paying Cash Rent.......................... HBG44
Upper Value Quartile
Specified Owner-Occupied Housing Units .......... ........................... HBG58
Urban and Rural
Housing Units .................. ...................................... .......... H2
Total Population ............................ .......... P2
Usual Hours Worked Per Week
Population 16 Years and Over
by Sex by Work Status.................. .......................... ............... PBG35
by Sex by Work Status by Weeks Worked ......... ........................... PCT44
Vacancy Status
Vacant Housing Units ................................................. ............ H5
by Condominium Status .............. ... .................. ... ............... HBG6
Value
Owner-Occupied Housing Units ................. .................................. HBG61, HCT14
Specified Owner-Occupied Housing Units .......................................... HBG55, HCT13
Vehicles Available
Occupied Housing Units
by Tenure ................. ......... ............................. ........... HBG28
by Tenure by Age of Householder .............. ................... ............... HBG29
Veteran Status
Population 18 Years and Over
by Age by Arm ed Forces Status ................ .................... .............. PBG24
by Sex by Age by Armed Forces Status .............. ... ......... ............... PCT31
by Sex by Arm ed Forces Status ................ .................... .............. PBG25
Vocational Training
Population 16 Years and Over
by Sex by Age ............................................................... PCT27*
Wage or Salary Income
Households ........................................... ............. PBG45
Weeks Worked
Population 16 Years and Over
by Sex by W ork Status................. .......................... ............... PBG36
by Sex by Work Status by Usual Hours Worked Per Week .......................... PCT44
Asterisks indicate that these tables (matrices) are repeated by specific race and/or Hispanic or Latino
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Work Experience
Population 16 Years and Over
by Sex by Earnings ................. .......... ................... ............... PCT63*
Population 16 Years and Over With Earnings in 1999
by Aggregate Earnings by Sex .............. ... ................. ............... PCT65
by Median Earnings by Sex .............. ... ................. ............... PCT64*


Work Status
Population 16 Years and Over
by Sex by Usual Hours Worked Per Week by Weeks Worked.........................
by Sex by Usual Hours Worked Per Week ................... ....................
by Sex by Weeks Worked .............. ........................... ...............


PCT44
PBG35
PBC36


Year Householder Moved Into Unit
Occupied Housing Units
by Tenure .................. ....................................... ........... HBG23
Year of Entry
Total Population
by Citizenship Status.............. .................... ........ ............... PBG5
Year Structure Built
Housing Units ...................... .............. ................... HBG1 9
Occupied Housing Units
by Plumbing Facilities by Occupants Per Room ....... .......... ................. HBG33, HCT8
by Tenure .............. ...................................... ........... HBG21, HCT6
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Chapter 4.

Su]mmarv Ievel Senmience Chart


Summary levels specify the content and the hierarchical relationships of the geographic elements
that are required to tabulate and summarize data. In the Summary Level Sequence Chart which
follows, the summary level code precedes the summary level area, and symbols are used with
special meaning for summary levels:

Hyphen "-" separates the elements of a hierarchy.
Slash "/" denotes equivalent areas that have different names.
Parentheses "(" are not used in the specification for summary levels, but are used occasionally
in the usual and customary manner in statements of clarification.


Geographic components

00, 01, 04, 28-32, 43-48 .......
00 0 1, 43 .......... .........
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00 ........... ...............
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Summary level

040 State1
050 State-County2
060 State-County-County Subdivision3
070 State-County-County Subdivision-Place/Remainder4
080 State-County-County Subdivision-Place/Remainder-Census Tract
085 State-County-County Subdivision-Place/Remainder-Census Tract-Urban/Rural
090 State-County-County Subdivision-Place/Remainder-Census Tract-Urban/Rural-
Block Group
100 State-County-County Subdivision-Place/Remainder-Census Tract-
Urban/Rural-Block Group-Block
140 State-County-Census Tract
150 State-County-Census Tract-Block Group
160 State-Place
155 State-Place-County
420 State-Urban Area
461 State-Urban Area-Central Place
431 State-Urban Area-County
441 State-Urban Area-County-County Subdivision
451 State-Urban Area-County-County Subdivision-Place/Remainder


1Virgin Islands of the United States.
2lsland.
3Census subdistrict.
4Census designated place (CDP) and town.























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Chapter 5.

List of Tables (Matrices)



Total
Table number
(matrix) of data
Title cells

P1. TOTAL POPULATION
Universe: Total population ................ ................... .......................... 1
P2. URBAN AND RURAL
Universe: Total population ....................... ............................ ........... 5
P3. RACE
Universe: Total population ................. ................... .................. ........ 13
P4. RACE FOR THE POPULATION 18 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 18 years and over ................ ................................. 13
P5. HISPANIC OR LATINO, AND NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO BY RACE
Universe: Total population .................................... ............................ 15
P6. HISPANIC OR LATINO, AND NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO BY RACE FOR THE POPULATION 18 YEARS
AND OVER
Universe: Population 18 years and over ................. ................................. 15
P7. SEX BY AGE
Universe: Total population ................................................................ 49
P8. MEDIAN AGE BY SEX
Universe: Total population .............. .......... ..................................... 3
P9. SEX BY AGE FOR THE POPULATION UNDER 20 YEARS
Universe: Population under 20 years. ................. .................................... 43
P10. AGGREGATE POPULATION IN HOUSEHOLDS
Universe: Population in households ...................................................... 1
P11. AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE
Universe: Households.......................................................... ........ 1
P12. HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
Universe: Households................................................................... 19
P13. HOUSEHOLDS BY PRESENCE OF PEOPLE UNDER 18 YEARS BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE
Universe: Households .................. ................................................. 19
P14. HOUSEHOLDS BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE (INCLUDING LIVING ALONE
BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
Universe: Households ................................................................. 31
P15. HOUSEHOLD TYPE BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
Universe: Households......................................................... .......... 19
P16. HOUSEHOLDS BY PRESENCE OF PEOPLE 60 YEARS AND OVER BY HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY
HOUSEHOLD TYPE
Universe: Households ......................................................... .......... 11
P17. HOUSEHOLDS BY PRESENCE OF PEOPLE 65 YEARS AND OVER BY HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY
HOUSEHOLD TYPE
Universe: Households............................................................... 11
P18. AGE BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE (INCLUDING LIVING ALONE)
Universe: Population 60 years and over. .................................... ....... ... 16
P19. HOUSEHOLDS BY PRESENCE OF NONRELATIVES
Universe: Households. ................. ................................................ 3
P20. HOUSEHOLD TYPE BY HOUSEHOLD SIZE
Universe: Households.................... ............................................... 16
P21. HOUSEHOLD TYPE (INCLUDING LIVING ALONE) BY RELATIONSHIP
Universe: Total population ................... ............................. ....... ......... 27
P22. RELATIONSHIP BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE FOR THE POPULATION UNDER 18 YEARS
Universe: Population under 18 years. ................. .................................... 16
P23. RELATIONSHIP BY AGE FOR THE POPULATION UNDER 18 YEARS
Universe: Population under 18 years. ................. .................................... 45




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Table number
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Title cells

P24. HOUSEHOLD TYPE (INCLUDING LIVING ALONE) BY RELATIONSHIP FOR THE POPULATION 65
YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 65 years and over. .... ..... ... ............... .... .......... 21
P25. AGGREGATE POPULATION IN FAMILIES
Universe: Population in families ............................................................ 1
P26. AVERAGE FAMILY SIZE
Universe: Families ........................................ ........ .. ... .. ...... 1
P27. FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS BY AGE OF OWN
CHILDREN
Universe: Families ........... ................................................... 20
P28. OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS BY FAMILY TYPE BY AGE
Universe: Own children under 18 years ..................................... .......... 26
P29. FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS BY AGE OF RELATED
CHILDREN
Universe: Families ..... ............ .............. ........................... 20
P30. GROUP QUARTERS POPULATION BY GROUP QUARTERS TYPE
Universe: Population in group quarters ................................................... 9
P31. GROUP QUARTERS POPULATION BY SEX BY AGE BY GROUP QUARTERS TYPE
Universe: Population in group quarters ..................... ........................... 57
P32. IMPUTATION OF POPULATION ITEMS FOR THE POPULATION IN GROUP QUARTERS
Universe: Population in group quarters ................................................. 3
P33. IMPUTATION OF RACE
Universe: Total population ........................................................... 3
P34. IMPUTATION OF HISPANIC OR LATINO
Universe: Total population ............. .. ........................................... 3
P35. IMPUTATION OF SEX
Universe: Total population ................. ........................................... 3
P36. IMPUTATION OF AGE
Universe: Total population ................. ........................................... 3
P37. IMPUTATION OF RELATIONSHIP
Universe: Total population ......... .......... ....... ................ .............. 3
P7A. SEX BY AGE (BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE)
Universe: Black or African American alone population ..................................... 49
P7B. SEX BY AGE (WHITE ALONE)
Universe: White alone population .................... .. ......... ............... 49
P7C. SEX BY AGE (OTHER RACES ALONE)
Universe: Other races alone population ............. ............................... 49
P7D. SEX BY AGE (HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: Hispanic or Latino population ............... .............. ............. .. 49
P7E. SEX BY AGE (WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: White alone, not Hispanic or Latino population ................................... 49
P8A. MEDIAN AGE BY SEX (BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE)
Universe: Black or African American alone population ..................................... ... 3
P8B. MEDIAN AGE BY SEX (WHITE ALONE)
Universe: White alone population ............... ........................................ 3
P8C. MEDIAN AGE BY SEX (OTHER RACES ALONE)
Universe: Other races alone population ................................................... 3
P8D. MEDIAN AGE BY SEX(HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: Hispanic or Latino population .............. ................................. 3
P8E. MEDIAN AGE BY SEX (WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: White alone, not Hispanic or Latino population .................................... 3
P11A. AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE (BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is Black or African American alone ............... 1
P11B. AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE (WHITE ALONE HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is White alone .............. ................. 1
P11C. AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE (OTHER RACES ALONE HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is Other races alone ............. ............ 1



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Total
Table number
(matrix) of data
Title cells

P11D. AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE (HISPANIC OR LATINO HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is Hispanic or Latino............................ 1
P11 E. AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE (WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is White alone, not Hispanic or Latino ............ 1
P12A. HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
(BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is Black or African American alone ............... 19
P12B. HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
(WHITE ALONE HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is White alone .................. .............. 19
P12C. HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
(OTHER RACES ALONE HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is Other races alone ............................ 19
P12D. HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
(HISPANIC OR LATINO HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is Hispanic or Latino ........................... 19
P12E. HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
(WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is White alone, not Hispanic or Latino ............ 19
P26A. AVERAGE FAMILY SIZE (BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Families with a householder who is Black or African American alone .................. 1
P26B. AVERAGE FAMILY SIZE (WHITE ALONE HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Families with a householder who is White alone .................................... 1
P26C. AVERAGE FAMILY SIZE (OTHER RACES ALONE HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Families with a householder who is Other races alone .............................. 1
P26D. AVERAGE FAMILY SIZE (HISPANIC OR LATINO HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Families with a householder who is Hispanic or Latino ............. ........... ...... 1
P26E. AVERAGE FAMILY SIZE (WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Families with a householder who is White alone, not Hispanic or Latino................ 1
P30A. GROUP QUARTERS POPULATION BY GROUP QUARTERS TYPE (BLACK OR AFRICAN
AMERICAN ALONE)
Universe: Black or African American alone population in group quarters. ........ ..... ....... .. 9
P30B. GROUP QUARTERS POPULATION BY GROUP QUARTERS TYPE (WHITE ALONE)
Universe: White alone population in group quarters. ................................... ... 9
P30C. GROUP QUARTERS POPULATION BY GROUP QUARTERS TYPE (OTHER RACES ALONE)
Universe: Other races alone population in group quarters ..................................... 9
P30D. GROUP QUARTERS POPULATION BY GROUP QUARTERS TYPE (HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: Hispanic or Latino population in group quarters .. ................... .... ..... 9
P30E. GROUP QUARTERS POPULATION BY GROUP QUARTERS TYPE (WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC
OR LATINO)
Universe: White alone, not Hispanic or Latino population in group quarters ...................... 9
PBG1. MARITAL STATUS BY AGE
Universe: Females 15 years and over .................................................... 11
PBG2. AGGREGATE NUMBER OF CHILDREN EVER BORN BY MARITAL STATUS BY AGE
Universe: Females 15 years and over ....................................... ............. 11
PBG3. AGE BY LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME FOR THE POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 5 years and over ................ .................................. 15
PBG4. HOUSEHOLD LANGUAGE BY LINGUISTIC ISOLATION
Universe: Households ................. ................................................ 11
PBG5. CITIZENSHIP STATUS BY YEAR OF ENTRY
Universe: Total population ................ .............................................. 15
PBG6. PLACE OF BIRTH BY CITIZENSHIP STATUS
Universe: Total population ............................................................... 13
PBG7. PLACE OF BIRTH
Universe: Total population ............ ......................................... 15
PBG8. FATHER'S PLACE OF BIRTH
Universe: Total population ............................................................... 15



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Total
Table number
(matrix) of data
Title cells

PBG9. MOTHER'S PLACE OF BIRTH
Universe: Total population ............... ......... ................................ 15
PBG10. PARENTS' PLACE OF BIRTH
Universe: Total population ............................................................. 4
PBG11. RESIDENCE IN 1995 FOR THE POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 5 years and over .................................................... 12
PBG12. PLACE OF WORK FOR WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER-ISLAND LEVEL
Universe: W workers 16 years and over ....................................................... 6
PBG13. PLACE OF WORK FOR WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER-PLACE LEVEL
Universe: W workers 16 years and over ....................................................... 5
PBG14. MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK FOR WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Workers 16 years and over ...................................................... 13
PBG15. TRAVEL TIME TO WORK FOR WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Workers 16 years and over...................................................... 15
PBG16. TRAVEL TIME TO WORK BY MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK FOR WORKERS 16 YEARS
AND OVER WHO DID NOT WORK AT HOME
Universe: Workers 16 years and over who did not work at home ............................... 13
PBG17. AGGREGATE TRAVEL TIME TO WORK (IN MINUTES) BY MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK
FOR WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER WHO DID NOT WORK AT HOME
Universe: Workers 16 years and over who did not work at home ............................... 13
PBG18. TIME LEAVING HOME TO GO TO WORK FOR WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Workers 16 years and over ........................................ .......... 15
PBG19. PRIVATE VEHICLE OCCUPANCY FOR WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Workers 16 years and over ................................... .................. 10
PBG20. SCHOOL ENROLLMENT BY LEVEL OF SCHOOL FOR THE POPULATION 3 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 3 years and over .................................................... 14
PBG21. SEX BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT FOR THE POPULATION 25 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 25 years and over .................................................... 15
PBG22. ARMED FORCES STATUS BY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT FOR THE
POPULATION 16 to 19 YEARS
Universe: Population 16 to 19 years ........................................................ 15
PBG23. SCHOOL ENROLLMENT BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS FOR THE
CIVILIAN POPULATION 16 TO 19 YEARS
Universe: Civilian population 16 to 19 years ................................................ 14
PBG24. AGE BY ARMED FORCES STATUS BY VETERAN STATUS FOR THE POPULATION 18 YEARS AND
OVER
Universe: Population 18 years and over ..................................................... 11
PBG25. SEX BY ARMED FORCES STATUS BY VETERAN STATUS FOR THE POPULATION 18 YEARS AND
OVER
Universe: Population 18 years and over ................................. ........... 11
PBG26. PERIOD OF MILITARY SERVICE FOR CIVILIAN VETERANS 18 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Civilian veterans 18 years and over ................. ............................ 15
PBG27. TOTAL DISABILITIES TALLIED BY TYPE OF DISABILITY FOR THE CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED
POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER WITH DISABILITIES
Universe: Total disabilities tallied for the civilian noninstitutionalized population 5 years and over with
disabilities ................ ......... .... ... .................................. 7
PBG28. TOTAL DISABILITIES TALLIED BY AGE FOR THE CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED
POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER WITH DISABILITIES
Universe: Total disabilities tallied for the civilian noninstitutionalized population 5 years and over with
disabilities ...................................................... 4
PBG29. AGE BY DISABILITY STATUS BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS FOR THE CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED
POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Civilian noninstitutionalized population 5 years and over ........................ ... 14
PBG30. SEX BY DISABILITY STATUS FOR THE CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION 5 YEARS
AND OVER
Universe: Civilian noninstitutionalized population 5 years and over .............. ............. 7
PBG31. SEX BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 16 years and over. ................................................. 15



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PBG32. FAMILY TYPE BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS
Universe: Families ...................................................... ... ......... 15
PBG33. PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS FOR FEMALES
16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Fem ales 16 years and over ....................................................... 11
PBG34. LIVING ARRANGEMENTS BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS OF PARENTS FOR OWN CHILDREN UNDER
18 YEARS IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
Universe: Own children under 18 years in families and subfamilies ............................. 13
PBG35. SEX BY WORK STATUS IN 1999 BY USUAL HOURS WORKED PER WEEK IN 1999 FOR THE
POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 16 years and over..................................................... 13
PBG36. SEX BY WORK STATUS IN 1999 BY WEEKS WORKED IN 1999 FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS
AND OVER
Universe: Population 16 years and over ................ ..................................... 15
PBG37. FAMILY TYPE BY NUMBER OF WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1999
Universe: Fam ilies ...................................... ...... ...................... .. 14
PBG38. INDUSTRY FOR THE EMPLOYED CIVILIAN POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Employed civilian population 16 years and over. .................................... 14
PBG39. SEX BY OCCUPATION FOR THE EMPLOYED CIVILIAN POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Employed civilian population 16 years and over..................................... 15
PBG40. CLASS OF WORKER FOR THE EMPLOYED CIVILIAN POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Employed civilian population 16 years and over. .................................... 9
PBG41. HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999
Universe: Households ............ .... ....... ....................... .... 15
PBG42. MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS)
Universe: H households ..... ........... .. ........ .......... ......... .......... 1
PBG43. AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS)
Universe: Households ................... .................................................. 1
PBG44. EARNINGS IN 1999 FOR HOUSEHOLDS
Universe: Households .......... ... .. .......... .... .................. ... 3
PBG45. WAGE OR SALARY INCOME IN 1999 FOR HOUSEHOLDS
Universe: Households ............ ... .... ....... ........ ................... 3
PBG46. SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME IN 1999 FOR HOUSEHOLDS
Universe: H households .................. ................................................ 3
PBG47. INTEREST, DIVIDENDS, OR NET RENTAL INCOME IN 1999 FOR HOUSEHOLDS
Universe: H households ................. ............ ................................... 3
PBG48. SOCIAL SECURITY INCOME IN 1999 FOR HOUSEHOLDS
Universe: Households .................. ............... .. ......... .. ......... 3
PBG49. SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME (SSI) IN 1999 FOR HOUSEHOLDS
Universe: Households ................ ... .......... ...... ........ .......... 3
PBG50. PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME IN 1999 FOR HOUSEHOLDS
Universe: H households ..................................................................... 3
PBG51. RETIREMENT INCOME IN 1999 FOR HOUSEHOLDS
Universe: Households ............... .. ......... ........ ......... ...... 3
PBG52. OTHER TYPES OF INCOME IN 1999 FOR HOUSEHOLDS
Universe: Households ................ ....... ....... ........... ...... ..... 3
PBG53. AGGREGATE EARNINGS IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR HOUSEHOLDS
Universe: Households ..................................... ......................... 1
PBG54. AGGREGATE WAGE OR SALARY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR HOUSEHOLDS
Universe: Households ............ .... ................ ........................ 1
PBG55. AGGREGATE SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR HOUSEHOLDS
Universe: Households ................... ..... ..................... ................ 1
PBG56. AGGREGATE INTEREST, DIVIDENDS, OR NET RENTAL INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR
HOUSEHOLDS
Universe: Households ............ ....................... ................. .... .... 1
PBG57. AGGREGATE SOCIAL SECURITY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR HOUSEHOLDS
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PBG58. AGGREGATE SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME (SSI) IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR HOUSEHOLDS
Universe: Households. ................... .................. ................... ...... .... 1
PBG59. AGGREGATE PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR HOUSEHOLDS
Universe: Households .............................. .... ................. ......... 1
PBG60. AGGREGATE RETIREMENT INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR HOUSEHOLDS
Universe: Households ................... ................. ............................. 1
PBG61. AGGREGATE OTHER TYPES OF INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR HOUSEHOLDS
U universe: H households ..................................................................... 1
PBG62. FAMILY INCOME IN 1999
Universe: Fam ilies .............................................................. ... 15
PBG63. MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS)
Universe: Fam ilies ........................................................................ 1
PBG64. AGGREGATE FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS)
Universe: Fam ilies ................... .................................................... 1
PBG65. NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999
Universe: Nonfamily households ............. .. ......... ... .................. ..... 15
PBG66. MEDIAN NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS)
Universe: Nonfamily households ................ ... ................ .. .................... 1
PBG67. AGGREGATE NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS)
Universe: Nonfamily households ................... ........................................ 1
PBG68. PER CAPITAL INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS)
Universe: Total population .................. .................. .................. ...... 1
PBG69. AGGREGATE INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR THE POPULATION 15 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 15 years and over ................................................ 1
PBG70. SEX BY EARNINGS IN 1999 FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER WITH EARNINGS
Universe: Population 16 years and over with earnings ........................................ 15
PBG71. MEDIAN EARNINGS IN 1999 (DOLLARS) BY SEX FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER
WITH EARNINGS
Universe: Population 16 years and over with earnings ........... ............ ........ .... 3
PBG72. AGGREGATE EARNINGS IN 1999 (DOLLARS) BY SEX FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS AND
OVER WITH EARNINGS IN 1999
Universe: Population 16 years and over with earnings ................ ................... 3
PBG73. POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 BY AGE
Universe: Population for whom poverty status is determined ..... .. .... ............... 15
PBG74. RATIO OF INCOME IN 1999 TO POVERTY LEVEL
Universe: Population for whom poverty status is determined ................................... 10
PBG75. POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE
Universe: Population for whom poverty status is determined ......... ................... 13
PBG76. POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 OF FAMILIES BY FAMILY TYPE
U universe: Fam ilies .............. ................ ............ ... ........... .... 11
PBG77. AGGREGATE INCOME DEFICIT IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR FAMILIES BY FAMILY TYPE
Universe: Families with income in 1999 below the poverty level ........... .............. 5
PBG78. POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 OF HOUSEHOLDS BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE
Universe: H households ................. ....... ..... .. ....... ........ ...... .... 15
PBG79. RATIO OF INCOME IN 1999 TO POVERTY LEVEL BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE
Universe: Households .............. .......... ..... .. .. ........ .... 15
PBG80. SEX BY MARITAL STATUS FOR THE POPULATION 15 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 15 years and over ................... ............................... 15
PBG81. CHILDREN EVER BORN FOR FEMALES 15 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Females 15 years and over ....................................................... 7
PBG82. IMPUTATION OF POPULATION ITEMS
Universe: Total population ................................... .. ................. ...... 3
PBG83. IMPUTATION OF MARITAL STATUS FOR THE POPULATION 15 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 15 years and over ..................................................... 3
PBG84. IMPUTATION OF CHILDREN EVER BORN
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PBG85. IMPUTATION OF PLACE OF BIRTH
Universe: Total population ................. ................... .......................... 3
PBG86. IMPUTATION OF FATHER'S PLACE OF BIRTH
Universe: Total population ................. ...... ............ ................... ... .... 3
PBG87. IMPUTATION OF MOTHER'S PLACE OF BIRTH
Universe: Total population ................ ................... .......................... 3
PBG88. IMPUTATION OF CITIZENSHIP STATUS
Universe: Total population ...................................... .. ................ ....... 3
PBG89. IMPUTATION OF YEAR OF ENTRY FOR THE POPULATION BORN OUTSIDE THE
U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS
Universe: Population born outside the U.S. Virgin Islands ..................................... 3
PBG90. IMPUTATION OF LANGUAGE STATUS FOR THE POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 5 years and over ......................................... .......... 3
PBG91. IMPUTATION OF LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME FOR THE POPULATION 5 YEARS ANDOVER
Universe: Population 5 years and over ..................................................... 7
PBG92. IMPUTATION OF SCHOOL ENROLLMENTAND TYPE OF SCHOOL FOR THE POPULATION 3 YEARS
AND OVER
Universe: Population 3 years and over ..................................................... 3
PBG93. IMPUTATION OF GRADE ENROLLED FOR THE POPULATION 3 YEARS AND OVER ENROLLED
IN SCHOOL
Universe: Population 3 years and over enrolled in school. ....................... ............. 3
PBG94. IMPUTATION OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT FOR THE POPULATION 25 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 25 years and over............................................... 3
PBG95. IMPUTATION OF MOBILITY STATUS FOR THE POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 5 years and over ..................................... ............. 3
PBG96. IMPUTATION OF RESIDENCE IN 1995 FOR THE POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 5 years and over ................................................ 5
PBG97. IMPUTATION OF VETERAN STATUS FOR THE POPULATION 18 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 18 years and over............................................... 3
PBG98. IMPUTATION OF PERIOD OF MILITARY SERVICE FOR CIVILIAN VETERANS 18 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Civilian veterans 18 years and over ............................................. 3
PBG99. IMPUTATION OF DISABILITY ITEMS FOR THE CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION
5 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Civilian noninstitutionalized population 5 years and over .............. ............. 3
PBG100. IMPUTATION OF SENSORY DISABILITY FOR THE CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED
POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Civilian noninstitutionalized population 5 years and over .............. .............. 3
PBG101. IMPUTATION OF PHYSICAL DISABILITY FOR THE CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED
POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Civilian noninstitutionalized population 5 years and over ............................ 3
PBG102. IMPUTATION OF MENTAL DISABILITY FOR THE CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION
5 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Civilian noninstitutionalized population 5 years and over .......................... 3
PBG103. IMPUTATION OF SELF-CARE DISABILITY FOR THE CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED
POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Civilian noninstitutionalized population 5 years and over .............. ............... 3
PBG104. IMPUTATION OF GO-OUTSIDE-HOME DISABILITY FOR THE CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED
POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Civilian noninstitutionalized population 16 years and over ......................... 3
PBG105. IMPUTATION OF EMPLOYMENT DISABILITY FOR THE CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED
POPULATION 16 TO 64 YEARS
Universe: Civilian noninstitutionalized population 16 to 64 years............. .......... 3
PBG106. IMPUTATION OF PLACE OF WORK FOR WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Workers 16 years and over ...................................................... 5
PBG107. IMPUTATION OF MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK FOR WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Workers 16 years and over ...................................................... 3
PBG108. IMPUTATION OF PRIVATE VEHICLE OCCUPANCY FOR WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
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PBG109. IMPUTATION OF TIME LEAVING HOME TO GO TO WORK FOR WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Workers 16 years and over .............. ........ ........... ..... ....... 5
PBG110. IMPUTATION OF TRAVEL TIME TO WORK FOR WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Workers 16 years and over ............. ...... ..... .................. 5
PBG111. IMPUTATION OF EMPLOYMENT STATUS FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 16 years and over ........... ................ .... .......... .. 3
PBG112. IMPUTATION OF WORK STATUS IN 1999 FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 16 years and over.............................................. 3
PBG113. IMPUTATION OF USUAL HOURS WORKED PER WEEK IN 1999 FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS
AND OVER
Universe: Population 16 years and over............................................. 5
PBG114. IMPUTATION OF WEEKS WORKED IN 1999 FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 16 years and over .................. .............................. 5
PBG115. IMPUTATION OF INDUSTRY FOR THE EMPLOYED CIVILIAN POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Employed civilian population 16 years and over........................ ............... 3
PBG116. IMPUTATION OF OCCUPATION FOR THE EMPLOYED CIVILIAN POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Employed civilian population 16 years and over..................................... 3
PBG117. IMPUTATION OF CLASS OF WORKER FOR THE EMPLOYED CIVILIAN POPULATION 16 YEARS
AND OVER
Universe: Employed civilian population 16 years and over................................... 3
PBG118. IMPUTATION OF INDIVIDUALS' INCOME IN 1999 FOR THE POPULATION 15 YEARS AND OVER
PERCENT OF INCOME IMPUTED
Universe: Population 15 years and over ................ .............................. 7
PBG119. IMPUTATION OF EARNINGS IN 1999 FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER PERCENT
OF EARNINGS IMPUTED
Universe: Population 16 years and over................ ..................... ......... 7
PBG120. IMPUTATION OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 PERCENT OF INCOME IMPUTED
Universe: Households ............................. ................ ............. 7
PBG121. IMPUTATION OF FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 PERCENT OF INCOME IMPUTED
Universe: Families ..................... ........ .... ....... ........... ... .... .. 7
PBG122. IMPUTATION OF NONFAMILY INCOME IN 1999 PERCENT OF INCOME IMPUTED
Universe: Nonfamily households ..................................... ...................... 7
PBG123. POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 OF UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS BY IMPUTATION OF INDIVIDUALS' INCOME
PERCENT OF INCOME IMPUTED
Universe: Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is determined.......................... 14
PBG124. POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 OF INDIVIDUALS IN FAMILIES BY IMPUTATION OF FAMILY INCOME
PERCENT OF INCOME IMPUTED
Universe: Population in families .......................................... .................. 14
PBG20A. SCHOOL ENROLLMENT BY LEVEL OF SCHOOL FOR THE POPULATION 3 YEARS AND OVER (BLACK
OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE)
Universe: Black orAfrican American alone population 3 years and over............... .......... 14
PBG20B. SCHOOL ENROLLMENT BY LEVEL OF SCHOOL FOR THE POPULATION 3 YEARS AND OVER (WHITE
ALONE)
Universe: White alone population 3 years and over .......................................... 14
PBG20C. SCHOOL ENROLLMENT BY LEVEL OF SCHOOL FOR THE POPULATION 3 YEARS AND OVER (OTHER
RACES ALONE)
Universe: Other races alone population 3 years and over .................. ................. 14
PBG20D. SCHOOL ENROLLMENT BY LEVEL OF SCHOOL FOR THE POPULATION 3 YEARS AND OVER
(HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: Hispanic or Latino population 3 years and over .................................... 14
PBG20E. SCHOOL ENROLLMENT BY LEVEL OF SCHOOL FOR THE POPULATION 3 YEARS AND OVER (WHITE
ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: White alone, not Hispanic or Latino population 3 years and over .............. ....... 14
PBG21A. SEX BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT FOR THE POPULATION 25 YEARS AND OVER (BLACK OR
AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE)
Universe: Black or African American alone population 25 years and over......................... 15
PBG21B. SEX BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT FOR THE POPULATION 25 YEARS AND OVER (WHITE ALONE)
Universe: White alone population 25 years and over. .......... ......................... ... 15



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PBG21C. SEX BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT FOR THE POPULATION 25 YEARS AND OVER (OTHER RACES
ALONE)
Universe: Other races alone population 25 years and over .................. ................ 15
PBG21D. SEX BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT FOR THE POPULATION 25 YEARS AND OVER (HISPANIC
OR LATINO)
Universe: Hispanic or Latino population 25 years and over .................................... 15
PBG21E. SEX BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT FOR THE POPULATION 25 YEARS AND OVER (WHITE ALONE,
NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: White alone, not Hispanic or Latino population 25 years and over. .................... 15
PBG41A. HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is Black or African American alone ............... 15
PBG41B. HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (WHITE ALONE HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is White alone ...... ......... ............... 15
PBG41C. HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (OTHER RACES ALONE HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is Other races alone ............................ 15
PBG41D. HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (HISPANIC OR LATINO HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is Hispanic or Latino ............................ 15
PBG41E. HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is White alone, not Hispanic or Latino ............ 15
PBG42A. MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE
HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is Black or African American alone ............... 1
PBG42B. MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (WHITE ALONE HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is White alone ................................ 1
PBG42C. MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (OTHER RACES ALONE HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is Other races alone ............................ 1
PBG42D. MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (HISPANIC OR LATINO HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is Hispanic or Latino ............................ 1
PBG42E. MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO
HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is White alone, not Hispanic or Latino ............ 1
PBG43A. AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE
HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is Black or African American alone ............... 1
PBG43B. AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (WHITE ALONE HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is White alone ................................ 1
PBG43C. AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (OTHER RACES ALONE HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is Other races alone ............................ 1
PBG43D. AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (HISPANIC OR LATINO HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is Hispanic or Latino ............................ 1
PBG43E. AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO
HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Households with a householder who is White alone, not Hispanic or Latino ............ 1
PBG62A. FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Families with a householder who is Black or African American alone .................. 15
PBG62B. FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (WHITE ALONE HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Families with a householder who is White alone .................................... 15
PBG62C. FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (OTHER RACES ALONE HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Families with a householder who is Other races alone ............................. 15
PBG62D. FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (HISPANIC OR LATINO HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Families with a householder who is Hispanic or Latino ............................... 15
PBG62E. FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Families with a householder who is White alone, not Hispanic or Latino................ 15
PBG63A. MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE
HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Families with a householder who is Black or African American alone .................. 1
PBG63B. MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (WHITE ALONE HOUSEHOLDER)
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PBG63C. MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (OTHER RACES ALONE HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Families with a householder who is Other races alone ............. ... ............. 1
PBG63D. MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (HISPANIC OR LATINO HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Families with a householder who is Hispanic or Latino ............................... 1
PBG63E. MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO
HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Families with a householder who is White alone, not Hispanic or Latino................ 1
PBG64A. AGGREGATE FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE
HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Families with a householder who is Black or African American alone .................. 1
PBG64B. AGGREGATE FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (WHITE ALONE HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Families with a householder who is White alone .................................... 1
PBG64C. AGGREGATE FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (OTHER RACES ALONE HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Families with a householder who is Other races alone ................ .......... 1
PBG64D. AGGREGATE FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (HISPANIC OR LATINO HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Families with a householder who is Hispanic or Latino ............................... 1
PBG64E. AGGREGATE FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO
HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Families with a householder who is White alone, not Hispanic or Latino................ 1
PBG68A. PER CAPITAL INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE)
Universe: Black or African American alone population ....................................... 1
PBG68B. PER CAPITAL INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (WHITE ALONE)
Universe: White alone population .................. ................................... .. 1
PBG68C. PER CAPITAL INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (OTHER RACES ALONE)
Universe: Other races alone population .................................................... 1
PBG68D. PER CAPITAL INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: Hispanic or Latino population ............................... ................... 1
PBG68E. PER CAPITAL INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) (WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: White alone, not Hispanic or Latino population ..................................... 1
PBG69A. AGGREGATE INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR THE POPULATION 15 YEARS AND OVER (BLACK
OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE)
Universe: Black or African American alone population 15 years and over................... ....... 1
PBG69B. AGGREGATE INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR THE POPULATION 15 YEARS AND OVER (WHITE
ALONE)
Universe: White alone population 15 years and over. ..........................................
PBG69C. AGGREGATE INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR THE POPULATION 15 YEARS AND OVER (OTHER
RACES ALONE)
Universe: Other races alone population 15 years and over ........................ .......... 1
PBG69D. AGREGATE INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR THE POPULATION 15 YEARS AND OVER (HISPANIC
OR LATINO)
Universe: Hispanic or Latino population 15 years and over .................................... 1
PBG69E. AGGREGATE INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR THE POPULATION 15 YEARS AND OVER (WHITE
ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: White alone, not Hispanic or Latino population 15 years and over. .................... 1
PCT1. SEX BY AGE
Universe: Total population ................. ................... .......................... 209
PCT2. DETAILED HISPANIC OR LATINO BY SEX BY AGE
Universe: Total population ........................... .............. ........ ...... 128
PCT3. UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS BY SEX OF PARTNERS
Universe: Households ................... ..... .. ...... .............. .......... 7
PCT4. NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS BY SEX OF HOUSEHOLDER BY LIVING ALONE BY AGE OF
HOUSEHOLDER
Universe: Nonfamily households. .......................................................... 15
PCT5. FAMILY TYPE BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
Universe: Fam ilies ............... ........ .......... ........ ............ ... 29
PCT6. SUBFAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
Universe: Subfam ilies ..................................................................... 6




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PCT7. POPULATION IN SUBFAMILIES BY SUBFAMILY TYPE BY RELATIONSHIP
Universe: Population in subfamilies .................................................... 11
PCT8. HOUSEHOLDS BY NUMBER OF SUBFAMILIES
Universe: Households ..................................................................... 6
PCT9. NONRELATIVES BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE
Universe: Nonrelatives ................... ............................................ 13
PCT10. SEX BY MARITAL STATUS BY AGE FOR THE POPULATION 15 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 15 years and over ................... ................................. 163
PCT11. AGE BY CHILDREN EVER BORN
Universe: Females 15 years and over .......................... ......... .. ..... 29
PCT12. GRANDPARENTS LIVING WITH OWN GRANDCHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS BY
RESPONSIBILITY FOR OWN GRANDCHILDREN BY LENGTH OF TIME RESPONSIBLE FOR
GRANDCHILDREN FOR THE POPULATION 30 YEARS AND OVER IN HOUSEHOLDS
Universe: Population 30 years and over in households...................................... 10
PCT13. HOUSEHOLD RELATIONSHIP BY GRANDPARENTS LIVING WITH OWN GRANDCHILDREN UNDER
18 YEARS BY RESPONSIBILITY FOR OWN GRANDCHILDREN FOR THE POPULATION 30 YEARS
AND OVER IN HOUSEHOLDS
Universe: Population 30 years and over in households. ...................................... 16
PCT14. AGE BY LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME FOR THE POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 5 years and over ..................................................... 35
PCT15. AGE BY LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME BY ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH FOR THE POPULATION
5 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 5 years and over ..................................................... 82
PCT16. LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME BY ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH FOR THE POPULATION 5 YEARS
AND OVER
Universe: Population 5 years and over ..................................................... 12
PCT17. NATIVITY BY LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH FOR THE
POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 5 years and over.................................. ......... .. ... 15
PCT18. AGE BY LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME FOR THE POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER IN
LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED HOUSEHOLDS
Universe: Population 5 years and over in linguistically isolated households .............. ....... 20
PCT19. PLACE OF BIRTH
Universe: Total population ................................................................ 31
PCT20. FATHER'S PLACE OF BIRTH
Universe: Total population ................................................................ 31
PCT21. MOTHER'S PLACE OF BIRTH
Universe: Total population ................................................................ 31
PCT22. PARENTS' PLACE OF BIRTH
Universe: Total population .................................... ......................... 24
PCT23. RESIDENCE IN 1995 FOR THE POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 5 years and over...................................................... 25
PCT24. SEX BY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT BY LEVEL OF SCHOOL BY TYPE OF SCHOOL FOR THE
POPULATION 3 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 3 years and over ........................ ............................ 47
PCT25. SEX BY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT BY AGE FOR THE POPULATION 3 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 3 years and over ..................................... ................ 39
PCT26. SEX BY COLLEGE OR GRADUATE SCHOOL ENROLLMENT BY AGE FOR THE POPULATION 15
YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 15 years and over .................................................... 19
PCT27. SEX BY AGE BY VOCATIONAL TRAINING FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 16 years and over................................................... 43
PCT28. SEX BY AGE BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT FOR THE POPULATION 18 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 18 years and over .................................................... 83
PCT29. SEX BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT FOR THE POPULATION 25 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 25 years and over. ................. ................................. 35





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PCT30. ARMED FORCES STATUS BY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT BY
EMPLOYMENT STATUS FOR THE POPULATION 16 to 19 YEARS
Universe: Population 16 to 19 years ................................. ............ ...... 22
PCT31. SEX BY AGE BY ARMED FORCES STATUS BY VETERAN STATUS FOR THE POPULATION 18 YEARS
AND OVER
Universe: Population 18 years and over..................................................... 23
PCT32. TOTAL DISABILITIES TALLIED BY AGE BY TYPE OF DISABILITY FOR THE CIVILIAN
NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER WITH DISABILITIES
Universe: Total disabilities tallied for the civilian noninstitutionalized population 5 years and over with
disabilities ............................................ ...... .... .... ....... 19
PCT33. SEX BY AGE BY DISABILITY STATUS BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS FOR THE CIVILIAN
NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Civilian noninstitutionalized population 5 years and over .......... ..... ............ 49
PCT34. SEX BY AGE BY SENSORY DISABILITY BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS FOR THE CIVILIAN
NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Civilian noninstitutionalized population 5 years and over .......... ..... ............ 49
PCT35. SEX BY AGE BY PHYSICAL DISABILITY BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS FOR THE CIVILIAN
NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Civilian noninstitutionalized population 5 years and over .......... ..... ............ 49
PCT36. SEX BY AGE BY MENTAL DISABILITY BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS FOR THE CIVILIAN
NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Civilian noninstitutionalized population 5 years and over .......... ..... ............ 49
PCT37. SEX BY AGE BY SELF-CARE DISABILITY BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS FOR THE CIVILIAN
NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Civilian noninstitutionalized population 5 years and over ................ ............ 49
PCT38. SEX BY AGE BY GO-OUTSIDE-HOME DISABILITY BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS FOR THE
CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Civilian noninstitutionalized population 16 years and over ............................ 43
PCT39. SEX BY AGE BY EMPLOYMENT DISABILITY BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS FOR THE CIVILIAN
NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION 16 TO 64 YEARS
Universe: Civilian noninstitutionalized population 16 to 64 years. ............. . ......... 31
PCT40. SEX BY DISABILITY STATUS BY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT FOR
THE CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION 18 TO 34 YEARS
Universe: Civilian noninstitutionalized population 18 to 34 years. ............................. ... 47
PCT41. SEX BY AGE BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 16 years and over ...................... ....... ..... ......... 185
PCT42. PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS BY AGE OF OWN CHILDREN BY
EMPLOYMENT STATUS FOR FEMALES 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Females 16 years and over........... ............................................ 22
PCT43. AGE OF OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES BY LIVING
ARRANGEMENTS BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS OF PARENTS
Universe: Own children under 18 years in families and subfamilies ........................... 27
PCT44. SEX BY WORK STATUS IN 1999 BY USUAL HOURS WORKED PER WEEK IN 1999 BY WEEKS
WORKED IN 1999 FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 16 years and over. ...................... ..... ....... ........... 49
PCT45. FAMILY TYPE BY NUMBER OF WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1999
Universe: Fam ilies ......... .............. .......... ..... ...... .... ....... ... 21
PCT46. SEX BY INDUSTRY FOR THE EMPLOYED CIVILIAN POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Employed civilian population 16 years and over .......................... .......... 55
PCT47. SEX BY OCCUPATION FOR THE EMPLOYED CIVILIAN POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Employed civilian population 16 years and over ............................ ........ 95
PCT48. SEX BY CLASS OF WORKER FOR THE EMPLOYED CIVILIAN POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Employed civilian population 16 years and over. ............... ............ .......... 19
PCT49. AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999
Universe: Households ........... ................ ... .. .............. ... .... 61
PCT50. MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
Universe: Households ........ ... .. .......... .... .. .... .... ........... 5
PCT51. AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
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PCT52. AGGREGATE FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) BY FAMILY TYPE BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
Universe: Fam ilies .............. ............ ...... ..... .. ...... .. ......... ... 17
PCT53. AGGREGATE FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) BY NUMBER OF WORKERS IN FAMILY
Universe: Fam ilies ............. .. ................ ......... .. .. .. .. ........ 7
PCT54. FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS BY FAMILY INCOME IN 1999
U universe: Fam ilies ................. ..... ........ .......... ..... ......... ............. 95
PCT55. MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18
YEARS
Universe: Fam ilies ........... .. .. ........ .. .. ........ .... ... ... ... .. .... 3
PCT56. AGGREGATE FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN UNDER
18 YEARS
Universe: Families .......... .. .. ....... ...... .. ..... ..... ...... 3
PCT57. MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) BY FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN
CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
Universe: Families ......... ..... .......... ..... ...... .. .......... ...... 11
PCT58. AGGREGATE FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) BY FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN
CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
Universe: Families ................ ........... ... ...... ..... .. ....... ...... 11
PCT59. NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) BY SEX OF HOUSEHOLDER BY LIVING
ALONE BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
Universe: Nonfamily households................................. ......................... 127
PCT60. MEDIAN NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) BY SEX OF HOUSEHOLDER BY
LIVING ALONE BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
Universe: Nonfamily households ............................................ ............... 15
PCT61. AGGREGATE NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) BY SEX OF HOUSEHOLDER
BY LIVING ALONE BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
Universe: Nonfamily households ...................................... ............ .... .... 15
PCT62. SEX BY EARNINGS IN 1999 FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER WITH EARNINGS
Universe: Population 16 years and over with earnings ........................... ........ 43
PCT63. SEX BY WORK EXPERIENCE IN 1999 BY EARNINGS IN 1999 FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS
AND OVER
Universe: Population 16 years and over................................... .................. 95
PCT64. MEDIAN EARNINGS IN 1999 (DOLLARS) BY WORK EXPERIENCE IN 1999 BY SEX FOR THE
POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER WITH EARNINGS IN 1999
Universe: Population 16 years and over with earnings in 1999 ................................. 7
PCT65. AGGREGATE EARNINGS IN 1999 (DOLLARS) BY WORK EXPERIENCE IN 1999 BY SEX FOR THE
POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER WITH EARNINGS IN 1999
Universe: Population 16 years and over with earnings in 1999 ................................ 7
PCT66. POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 BY AGE
Universe: Population for whom poverty status is determined .............................. 17
PCT67. POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 BY AGE BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE
Universe: Population for whom poverty status is determined ................ ............. 39
PCT68. AGE BY RATIO OF INCOME IN 1999 TO POVERTY LEVEL
Universe: Population for whom poverty status is determined ............. ............... .. 144
PCT69. POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 BY PLACE OF BIRTH BY CITIZENSHIP STATUS
Universe: Population for whom poverty status is determined ............... ................. 17
PCT70. POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 OF RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS BY FAMILY TYPE BY AGE
Universe: Related children under 18 years.............. ............. ... ............... 29
PCT71. POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 OF UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS BY SEX BY AGE BY HOUSEHOLDER
STATUS (INCLUDING LIVING ALONE)
Universe: Unrelated Individuals for whom poverty status is determined .......................... 107
PCT72. RATIO OF INCOME IN 1999 TO POVERTY LEVEL OF FAMILIES BY FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE
OF RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS BY AGE OF RELATED CHILDREN
Universe: Fam ilies ............. .. .. .... .. ............... ....... .. .............. 81
PCT73. POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 OF FAMILIES BY FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF RELATED
CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS BY AGE OF RELATED CHILDREN
Universe: Fam ilies ......... ......................... ..... ... ............. 41





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PCT74. POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 OF HOUSEHOLDS BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
Universe: Households ......................... ... .. ....... .. ...... ..... 59
PCT75. RATIO OF INCOME IN 1999 TO POVERTY LEVEL BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE
Universe: Households ........... ... .... ......... .. ..... .. ............ 19
PCT76. IMPUTATION OF GRANDPARENTS LIVING WITH OWN GRANDCHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS FOR
THE POPULATION 30 YEARS AND OVER IN HOUSEHOLDS
Universe: Population 30 years and over in households ....................................... 3
PCT77. IMPUTATION OF RESPONSIBILITY FOR OWN GRANDCHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS FOR THE
POPULATION 30 YEARS AND OVER IN HOUSEHOLDS
Universe: Population 30 years and over in households ....................................... 5
PCT78. IMPUTATION OF LENGTH OF TIME GRANDPARENT RESPONSIBLE FOR GRANDCHILDREN UNDER
18 YEARS FOR THE POPULATION 30 YEARS AND OVER IN HOUSEHOLDS
Universe: Population 30 years and over in households .............. ...................... 7
PCT79. IMPUTATION OF ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH FOR THE POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER
Universe: Population 5 years and over .. ........... ......... .................. 5
PCT1A. SEX BY AGE (BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE)
Universe: Black or African American alone population ............ .............. .. ... 209
PCT1 B. SEX BY AGE (WHITE ALONE)
Universe: White alone population ............... ..................................... 209
PCT1C. SEX BY AGE (OTHER RACES ALONE)
Universe: Other races alone population .. ........ .. .............. .................. 209
PCT1D. SEX BY AGE (HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: Hispanic or Latino population ............... ............................ .. 209
PCT1 E. SEX BY AGE (WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: White alone, not Hispanic or Latino population .............. .................... 209
PCT16A. LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME BY ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH FOR THE POPULATION 5 YEARS
AND OVER (BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE)
Universe: Black or African American population 5 years and over ............... ............... 12
PCT16B. LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME BY ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH FOR THE POPULATION 5 YEARS
AND OVER (WHITE ALONE)
Universe: White alone population 5 years and over ......................................... 12
PCT16C. LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME BY ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH FOR THE POPULATION 5 YEARS
AND OVER (OTHER RACES ALONE)
Universe: Other races alone population 5 years and over ................................... 12
PCT16D. LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME BY ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH FOR THE POPULATION 5 YEARS
AND OVER (HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: Hispanic or Latino population 5 years and over .............. ..................... 12
PCT16E. LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME BY ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH FOR THE POPULATION 5 YEARS
AND OVER (WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: White alone, not Hispanic or Latino population 5 years and over ...................... 12
PCT24A. SEX BY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT BY LEVEL OF SCHOOL BY TYPE OF SCHOOL FOR THE
POPULATION 3 YEARS AND OVER (BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE)
Universe: Population 3 years and over who are Black or African American alone ................. 47
PCT24B. SEX BY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT BY LEVEL OF SCHOOL BY TYPE OF SCHOOL FOR THE
POPULATION 3 YEARS AND OVER (WHITE ALONE)
Universe: Population 3 years and over who are White alone ................................... 47
PCT24C. SEX BY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT BY LEVEL OF SCHOOL BY TYPE OF SCHOOL FOR THE
POPULATION 3 YEARS AND OVER (OTHER RACES ALONE)
Universe: Population 3 years and over who are Other races alone ............................. 47
PCT24D. SEX BY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT BY LEVEL OF SCHOOL BY TYPE OF SCHOOL FOR THE
POPULATION 3 YEARS AND OVER (HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: Population 3 years and over who are Hispanic or Latino .............. ............ 47
PCT24E. SEX BY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT BY LEVEL OF SCHOOL BY TYPE OF SCHOOL FOR THE
POPULATION 3 YEARS AND OVER (WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: Population 3 years and over who are White alone, not Hispanic or Latino .............. 47
PCT27A. SEX BY AGE BY VOCATIONAL TRAINING FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER (BLACK
OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE)
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PCT27B. SEX BY AGE BY VOCATIONAL TRAINING FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER (WHITE
ALONE)
Universe: White alone population 16 years and over .......................................... 43
PCT27C. SEX BY AGE BY VOCATIONAL TRAINING FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER (OTHER
RACES ALONE)
Universe: Other races alone population 16 years and over ......................... ........... 43
PCT27D. SEX BY AGE BY VOCATIONAL TRAINING FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER
(HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: Hispanic or Latino population 16 years and over ........................ ........... 43
PCT27E. SEX BY AGE BY VOCATIONAL TRAINING FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER (WHITE
ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: White alone, not Hispanic or Latino population 16 years and over. .................... 43
PCT29A. SEX BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT FOR THE POPULATION 25 YEARS AND OVER (BLACK OR
AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE)
Universe: Black or African American alone population 25 years and over. ....................... 35
PCT29B. SEX BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT FOR THE POPULATION 25 YEARS AND OVER (WHITE ALONE)
Universe: White alone population 25 years and over.......................................... 35
PCT29C. SEX BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT FOR THE POPULATION 25 YEARS AND OVER (OTHER RACES
ALONE)
Universe: Other races alone population 25 years and over ................................ .. 35
PCT29D. SEX BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT FOR THE POPULATION 25 YEARS AND OVER (HISPANIC
OR LATINO)
Universe: Hispanic or Latino population 25 years and over .................................... 35
PCT29E. SEX BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT FOR THE POPULATION 25 YEARS AND OVER (WHITE ALONE,
NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: White alone, not Hispanic or Latino population 25 years and over...................... 35
PCT63A. SEX BY WORK EXPERIENCE IN 1999 BY EARNINGS IN 1999 FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS
AND OVER (BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE)
Universe: Black or African American alone population 16 years and over........................ 95
PCT63B. SEX BY WORK EXPERIENCE IN 1999 BY EARNINGS IN 1999 FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS
AND OVER (WHITE ALONE)
Universe: White alone population 16 years and over.......................................... 95
PCT63C. SEX BY WORK EXPERIENCE IN 1999 BY EARNINGS IN 1999 FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS
AND OVER (OTHER RACES ALONE)
Universe: Other races alone population 16 years and over .................. ................. 95
PCT63D. SEX BY WORK EXPERIENCE IN 1999 BY EARNINGS IN 1999 FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS
AND OVER (HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: Hispanic or Latino population 16 years and over ....................................... 95
PCT63E. SEX BY WORK EXPERIENCE IN 1999 BY EARNINGS IN 1999 FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS
AND OVER (WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: White alone, not Hispanic or Latino population 16 years and over. .................... 95
PCT64A. MEDIAN EARNINGS IN 1999 (DOLLARS) BY WORK EXPERIENCE IN 1999 BY SEX FOR THE
POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER WITH EARNINGS IN 1999 (BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN
ALONE)
Universe: Black or African American alone population 16 years and over with earnings in 1999.... 7
PCT64B. MEDIAN EARNINGS IN 1999 (DOLLARS) BY WORK EXPERIENCE IN 1999 BY SEX FOR THE
POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER WITH EARNINGS IN 1999 (WHITE ALONE)
Universe: White alone population 16 years and over with earnings in 1999 ...................... 7
PCT64C. MEDIAN EARNINGS IN 1999 (DOLLARS) BY WORK EXPERIENCE IN 1999 BY SEX FOR THE
POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER WITH EARNINGS IN 1999 (OTHER RACES ALONE)
Universe: Other races alone population 16 years and over with earnings in 1999 ................ 7
PCT64D. MEDIAN EARNINGS IN 1999 (DOLLARS) BY WORK EXPERIENCE IN 1999 BY SEX FOR THE
POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER WITH EARNINGS IN 1999 (HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: Hispanic or Latino population 16 years and over with earnings in 1999 ................ 7
PCT64E. MEDIAN EARNINGS IN 1999 (DOLLARS) BY WORK EXPERIENCE IN 1999 BY SEX FOR THE
POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER WITH EARNINGS IN 1999 (WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC
OR LATINO)
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PCT66A. POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 BY AGE (BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE)
Universe: Black orAfrican American alone population for whom poverty status is determined...... 17
PCT66B. POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 BY AGE (WHITE ALONE)
Universe: White alone population for whom poverty status is determined ........................ 17
PCT66C. POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 BY AGE (OTHER RACES ALONE)
Universe: Other races alone population for whom poverty status is determined .................. 17
PCT66D. POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 BY AGE (HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: Hispanic or Latino population for whom poverty status is determined .................. 17
PCT66E. POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 BY AGE (WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO)
Universe: White alone, not Hispanic or Latino population for whom poverty status is determined... 17
H1. HOUSING UNITS
Universe: Housing units .......................................................... 1
H2. URBAN AND RURAL
Universe: Housing units ................ ............................................... 5
H3. OCCUPANCY STATUS
Universe: Housing units ................ ............................................... 3
H4. TENURE
Universe: Occupied housing units ....................................................... 3
H5. VACANCY STATUS
Universe: Vacant housing units. ........................................................... 7
H6. RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER
Universe: Occupied housing units ....................................................... 13
H7. HISPANIC OR LATINO HOUSEHOLDER BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER
Universe: Occupied housing units ............................ .......... .......... 27
H8. TOTAL POPULATION IN OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
Universe: Population in occupied housing units ................. ........................... 1
H9. TOTAL POPULATION IN OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS BY TENURE
Universe: Population in occupied housing units ................. ........................... 3
H10. TENURE BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER
Universe: Occupied housing units ............... ....................................... 17
H11. TENURE (HISPANIC OR LATINO HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Occupied housing units with a householder who is Hispanic or Latino ................. 3
H12. TENURE (WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO HOUSEHOLDER)
Universe: Occupied housing units with a householder who is White alone, not Hispanic or Latino .. 3
H13. TENURE BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
Universe: Occupied housing units ................ ...................................... 19
H14. IMPUTATION OF TENURE
Universe: Occupied housing units ....................................................... 3
H15. IMPUTATION OF VACANCY STATUS
Universe: Vacant housing units. ........................................................... 3
HBG1. HOUSEHOLD SIZE
Universe: Occupied housing units ....................................................... 8
HBG2. TENURE BY HOUSEHOLD SIZE
Universe: Occupied housing units ....................................................... 15
HBG3. AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE OF OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS BY TENURE
Universe: Occupied housing units ............... ....................................... 3
HBG4. HOUSEHOLD TYPE (INCLUDING LIVING ALONE)
Universe: Occupied housing units ................ ...................................... 13
HBG5. TENURE BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE
Universe: Occupied housing units ............... ...................................... 15
HBG6. CONDOMINIUM STATUS BY VACANCY STATUS
Universe: Vacant housing units ............. ............................................ 11
HBG7. CONDOMINIUM STATUS BY TENURE AND MORTGAGE STATUS
Universe: Occupied housing units ................ ........................ .......... 11
HBG8. TENURE BY OCCUPANTS PER ROOM
Universe: Occupied housing units ................ ...................................... 13



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HBG9. AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER BY OCCUPANTS PER ROOM
Universe: Occupied housing units ......................................................... 13
HBG10. PLUMBING FACILITIES BY OCCUPANTS PER ROOM
Universe: Occupied housing units ......................................................... 9
HBG11. ROOMS
Universe: Housing units ..... .............................. ................. 10
HBG12. MEDIAN NUMBER OF ROOMS
Universe: Housing units ..... .............................. ................. ...1
HBG13. AGGREGATE NUMBER OF ROOMS
Universe: Housing units ........... ................ ............... ......... 1
HBG14. TENURE BY ROOMS
Universe: Occupied housing units ............. ........ .............. ............... 15
HBG15. MEDIAN NUMBER OF ROOMS BY TENURE
Universe: Occupied housing units ............ ......... ........ ................ 3
HBG16. AGGREGATE NUMBER OF ROOMS BY TENURE
Universe: Occupied housing units .......... .............. ............ ............... 3
HBG17. UNITS IN STRUCTURE
Universe: Housing units .......... ....................... ... ... ..... ......... 11
HBG18. TENURE BY UNITS IN STRUCTURE
Universe: Occupied housing units .......... .............. ............ ............... 15
HBG19. YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT
Universe: Housing units ....................... ........................... 10
HBG20. MEDIAN YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT
Universe: Housing units .......... ..................... ................ .1
HBG21. TENURE BY YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT
Universe: Occupied housing units ......................................................... 15
HBG22. MEDIAN YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT BY TENURE
Universe: Occupied housing units ......................................................... 3
HBG23. TENURE BY YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT
Universe: Occupied housing units ................................... ................... 15
HBG24. MEDIAN YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT BY TENURE
Universe: Occupied housing units ................................... .................. 3
HBG25. COOKING FUEL
Universe: Occupied housing units ................................... .................. 7
HBG26. BEDROOMS
Universe: Housing units .......... ..................... ................ 7
HBG27. TENURE BY BEDROOMS
Universe: Occupied housing units ............................................... 15
HBG28. TENURE BY VEHICLES AVAILABLE
Universe: Occupied housing units ............. .................................. 15
HBG29. TENURE BY VEHICLES AVAILABLE BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
Universe: Occupied housing units ...................................... ................... 15
HBG30. AGGREGATE NUMBER OF VEHICLES AVAILABLE BY TENURE
Universe: Occupied housing units ......................................................... 3
HBG31. PLUMBING FACILITIES
Universe: Housing units .......... ..................... ................ 3
HBG32. TENURE BY PLUMBING FACILITIES
Universe: Occupied housing units ..................................................... 7
HBG33. PLUMBING FACILITIES BY OCCUPANTS PER ROOM BY YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT
Universe: Occupied housing units ......................................................... 15
HBG34. KITCHEN FACILITIES
Universe: Housing units .......... ..................... ................ 3
HBG35. TENURE BY KITCHEN FACILITIES
Universe: Occupied housing units ............................................. .......... 7
HBG36. KITCHEN FACILITIES BY MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT
Universe: Specified renter-occupied housing units paying cash rent ............................ 7



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(matrix) of data
Title cells

HBG37. AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER BY MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT
Universe: Specified renter-occupied housing units paying cash rent ........................... 7
HBG38. SOURCE OF WATER
Universe: Housing units ................... ............................. .... ........ 6
HBG39. PURCHASE OF WATER FROM WATER VENDOR
Universe: Occupied housing units ......................................................... 3
HBG40. SEWAGE DISPOSAL
Universe: Housing units ..... .............................. .................. ... 4
HBG41. CONTRACT RENT
Universe: Specified renter-occupied housing units .................................. .. ...... 15
HBG42. LOWER CONTRACT RENT QUARTILE (DOLLARS)
Universe: Specified renter-occupied housing units paying cash rent ............................ 1
HBG43. MEDIAN CONTRACT RENT (DOLLARS)
Universe: Specified renter-occupied housing units paying cash rent ............................ 1
HBG44. UPPER CONTRACT RENT QUARTILE (DOLLARS)
Universe: Specified renter-occupied housing units paying cash rent ............................ 1
HBG45. AGGREGATE CONTRACT RENT (DOLLARS)
Universe: Specified renter-occupied housing units paying cash rent ............................ 1
HBG46. GROSS RENT
Universe: Specified renter-occupied housing units .................................. .. ...... 15
HBG47. MEDIAN GROSS RENT (DOLLARS)
Universe: Specified renter-occupied housing units paying cash rent ........................... 1
HBG48. AGGREGATE GROSS RENT (DOLLARS)
Universe: Specified renter-occupied housing units paying cash rent ............................ 1
HBG49. AGGREGATE GROSS RENT (DOLLARS) BY MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT
Universe: Specified renter-occupied housing units paying cash rent ............................ 3
HBG50. INCLUSION OF UTILITIES IN RENT
Universe: Specified renter-occupied housing units ..................... .................... 3
HBG51. GROSS RENTAS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999
Universe: Specified renter-occupied housing units ................... .................. . 11
HBG52. MEDIAN GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS)
Universe: Specified renter-occupied housing units paying cash rent ................ ........... 1
HBG53. AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER BY GROSS RENTAS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999
Universe: Specified renter-occupied housing units ................... .............. ....... 15
HBG54. HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 BY GROSS RENTAS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME
IN 1999
Universe: Specified renter-occupied housing units ................................ ..... 15
HBG55. VALUE FOR SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
Universe: Specified owner-occupied housing units............................................ 15
HBG56. LOWER VALUE QUARTILE (DOLLARS) FOR SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
Universe: Specified owner-occupied housing units ............................................ 1
HBG57. MEDIAN VALUE (DOLLARS) FOR SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
Universe: Specified owner-occupied housing units............................................ 1
HBG58. UPPER VALUE QUARTILE (DOLLARS) FOR SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
Universe: Specified owner-occupied housing units ............................................ 1
HBG59. MORTGAGE STATUS
Universe: Specified owner-occupied housing units............................................ 8
HBG60. AGGREGATE VALUE (DOLLARS) FOR SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS BY
MORTGAGE STATUS
Universe: Specified owner-occupied housing units ............................................ 3
HBG61. VALUE FOR ALL OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
Universe: Owner-occupied housing units . .. .............. ....................... 15
HBG62. PRICE ASKED
Universe: Specified vacant-for-sale-only housing units .................................. ...... 15
HBG63. MORTGAGE STATUS BY SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS FOR SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED
HOUSING UNITS
Universe: Specified owner-occupied housing units .. .... ........... .................. 15



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Total
Table number
(matrix) of data
Title cells

HBG64. MEDIAN SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS (DOLLARS) FOR SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED
HOUSING UNITS BY MORTGAGE STATUS
Universe: Specified owner-occupied housing units ............................... .. ........ 3
HBG65. AGGREGATE SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS (DOLLARS) FOR SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED
HOUSING UNITS BY MORTGAGE STATUS
Universe: Specified owner-occupied housing units .......................................... 3
HBG66. AGGREGATE SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS (DOLLARS) FOR MOBILE HOMES BY
MORTGAGE STATUS
Universe: Owner-occupied mobile homes..................................... ............. 3
HBG67. MORTGAGE STATUS BY SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF
HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999
Universe: Specified owner-occupied housing units .................................... ....... 15
HBG68. MEDIAN SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME
IN 1999 AND MORTGAGE STATUS
Universe: Specified owner-occupied housing units ............................................ 3
HBG69. AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER BY SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF
HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999
Universe: Specified owner-occupied housing units ............................................ 15
HBG70. HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 BY SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE
OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999
Universe: Specified owner-occupied housing units ............... ... ...................... 13
HBG71. MORTGAGE STATUS BY SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS FOR ALL OWNER-OCCUPIED
HOUSING UNITS
Universe: Owner-occupied housing units .............. .. ......... ................... 15
HBG72. TENURE BY TELEPHONE SERVICE AVAILABLE
Universe: Occupied housing units ............................................... 7
HBG73. IMPUTATION OF HOUSING ITEMS
Universe: Housing units ....................... ......................... 3
HBG74. IMPUTATION OF ROOMS
Universe: Housing units ....................... .......................... 3
HBG75. IMPUTATION OF CONDOMINIUM STATUS
Universe: Housing units ....................... .......................... 3
HBG76. IMPUTATION OF UNITS IN STRUCTURE
Universe: Housing units ........................ ........................... 3
HBG77. IMPUTATION OF YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT
Universe: Housing units ............................ .. ........... ............. 3
HBG78. IMPUTATION OF YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT
Universe: Occupied housing units ............................................... 3
HBG79. IMPUTATION OF BEDROOMS
Universe: Housing units ....................... ......................... 3
HBG80. IMPUTATION OF VEHICLES AVAILABLE
Universe: Occupied housing units ............................................... 3
HBG81. IMPUTATION OF PLUMBING FACILITIES
Universe: Housing units ........... .. ........ .. ............... ......... 3
HBG82. IMPUTATION OF KITCHEN FACILITIES
Universe: Housing units ....................... ............... ......... 3
HBG83. IMPUTATION OF COOKING FUEL
Universe: Occupied housing units ............ ........................................ 3
HBG84. IMPUTATION OF MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT
Universe: Specified renter-occupied housing units paying cash rent ........................... 3
HBG85. IMPUTATION OF SOURCE OF WATER
Universe: Housing units ........... .... ......... ................ ......... 3
HBG86. IMPUTATION OF SEWAGE DISPOSAL
Universe: Housing units ....................... .......................... 3
HBG87. IMPUTATION OF PURCHASE OF WATER
Universe: Occupied housing units .............................. ......... 3
HBG88. IMPUTATION OF CONTRACT RENT
Universe: Specified renter-occupied housing units ................... .................. 3


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(matrix) of data
Title cells

HBG89. IMPUTATION OF GROSS RENT
Universe: Specified renter-occupied housing units .................................... .... 3
HBG90. IMPUTATION OF VALUE FOR ALL OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
Universe: Owner-occupied housing units ................... ................... ............ 3
HBG91. IMPUTATION OF VALUE FOR SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
Universe: Specified owner-occupied housing units ............................................ 3
HBG92. IMPUTATION OF MORTGAGE STATUS
Universe: Specified owner-occupied housing units ......................................... 3
HBG93. IMPUTATION OF MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS FOR
SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
Universe: Specified owner-occupied housing units ............................................ 7
HBG94. IMPUTATION OF MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS FOR ALL
OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
Universe: Owner-occupied housing units .................................................... 7
HBG95. IMPUTATION OF TELEPHONE SERVICE AVAILABLE
Universe: Occupied housing units ..........................................................
HCT1. TENURE BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE (INCLUDING LIVING ALONE) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
Universe: Occupied housing units ........................ ........ .......... 69
HCT2. TENURE BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER BY OCCUPANTS PER ROOM
Universe: Occupied housing units ................... ............ ................... 27
HCT3. TENURE BY PLUMBING FACILITIES BY OCCUPANTS PER ROOM
Universe: Occupied housing units .................. .............. ....................... 19
HCT4. TENURE BY ROOMS
Universe: Occupied housing units .................. .............. ....................... 21
HCT5. TENURE BY UNITS IN STRUCTURE
Universe: Occupied housing units .................. .............. ....................... 23
HCT6. TENURE BY YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT
Universe: Occupied housing units ................................... ................... 21
HCT7. TENURE BY TELEPHONE SERVICE AVAILABLE BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
Universe: Occupied housing units ............ ... .......... .............. 19
HCT8. PLUMBING FACILITIES BY OCCUPANTS PER ROOM BY YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT
Universe: Occupied housing units .................. .............. ....................... 43
HCT9. CONTRACT RENT
Universe: Specified renter-occupied housing units ................................. .......... 24
HCT10. GROSS RENT
Universe: Specified renter-occupied housing units ................................. .......... 24
HCT11. BEDROOMS BY GROSS RENT
Universe: Specified renter-occupied housing units .................................... ... 37
HCT12. HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 BY GROSS RENTAS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME
IN 1999
Universe: Specified renter-occupied housing units ................................. .......... 36
HCT13. VALUE FOR SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
Universe: Specified owner-occupied housing units ............................................ 25
HCT14. VALUE FOR ALL OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
Universe: Owner-occupied housing units ................... ................................ 25
HCT15. PRICE ASKED
Universe: Specified vacant-for-sale-only housing units ........................... .... 25
HCT16. MORTGAGE STATUS BY SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS FOR SPECIFIED OWNER
OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
Universe: Specified owner-occupied housing units ............................................ 29
HCT17. MORTGAGE STATUS BY SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF
HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999
Universe: Specified owner-occupied housing units ................. ..................... 23
HCT18. HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 BY SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE
OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999
Universe: Specified owner-occupied housing units ............... ............................ 36




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Table
(matrix)


HCT19. MORTGAGE STATUS BY SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS FOR ALL OWNER-OCCUPIED
HOUSING UNITS
Universe: Owner-occupied housing units ................... ......... ................





































































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Chapter 6.

Summary Table Outlines




POPULATION SUBJECTS (SUMMARIZED TO THE BLOCK LEVEL)

Basic Population Totals

P1. TOTAL POPULATION [1]

Universe: Total population
Total

P2. URBAN AND RURAL [5]

Universe: Total Population
Total:
Urban:
Inside urbanized areas
Inside urban clusters
Rural

P3. RACE [13]

Universe: Total population
Total:
Population of one race:
Black or African American alone
White alone
American Indian and Alaska Native alone
Asian alone
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
Some other race alone
Population of two or more races:
Any combination of Black or African American and White
Any combination of Black or African American and Other races, except White
Any combination of White and Other races, except Black or African American
Any other combination of Two or more races

P4. RACE FOR THE POPULATION 18 YEARS AND OVER [13]

Universe: Population 18 years and over
Total:
Population of one race:
Black or African American alone
White alone
American Indian and Alaska Native alone
Asian alone
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
Some other race alone
Population of two or more races:
Any combination of Black or African American and White
Any combination of Black or African American and Other races, except White
Any combination of White and Other races, except Black or African American
Any other combination of Two or more races

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P5. HISPANIC OR LATINO, AND NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO BY RACE [15]

Universe: Total population
Total:
Hispanic or Latino
Not Hispanic or Latino:
Population of one race:
Black or African American alone
White alone
American Indian and Alaska Native alone
Asian alone
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
Some other race alone
Population of two or more races:
Any combination of Black or African American and White
Any combination of Black or African American and Other races, except White
Any combination of White and Other races, except Black or African American
Any other combination of Two or more races

P6. HISPANIC OR LATINO, AND NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO BY RACE FOR THE
POPULATION 18 YEARS AND OVER [15]

Universe: Population 18 years and over
Total:
Hispanic or Latino
Not Hispanic or Latino:
Population of one race:
Black or African American alone
White alone
American Indian and Alaska Native alone
Asian alone
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
Some other race alone
Population of two or more races:
Any combination of Black or African American and White
Any combination of Black or African American and Other races, except White
Any combination of White and Other races, except Black or African American
Any other combination of Two or more races

























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P7. SEX BY AGE [49]

Universe: Total population
Total:
Male:
Under 5 years
5 to 9 years
10 to 14 years
15 to 17 years
18 and 19 years
20 years
21 years
22 to 24 years
25 to 29 years
30 to 34 years
35 to 39 years
40 to 44 years
45 to 49 years
50 to 54 years
55 to 59 years
60 and 61 years
62 to 64 years
65 and 66 years
67 to 69 years
70 to 74 years
75 to 79 years
80 to 84 years
85 years and over
Female:
(Repeat AGE)

P8. MEDIAN AGE BY SEX [3]
(1 expressed decimal)

Universe: Total population
Median age -
Both sexes
Male
Female
























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P9. SEX BY AGE FOR THE POPULATION UNDER 20 YEARS [43]

Universe: Population under 20 years
Total:
Male:
Under 1 year
1 year
2 years
3 years
4 years
5 years
6 years
7 years
8 years
9 years
10 years
11 years
12 years
13 years
14 years
15 years
16 years
17 years
18 years
19 years
Female:
(Repeat AGE)

Households, Families, and Relationship

P10. AGGREGATE POPULATION IN HOUSEHOLDS [1]

Universe: Population in households
Total

P11. AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE [1]
(2 expressed decimals)

Universe: Households
Average household size























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P12. HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN UNDER
18 YEARS [19]
Universe: Households
Total:
1-person household:
Male householder
Female householder
2-or-more-person household:
Family households:
Married-couple family:
With own children under 1 8 years
No own children under 18 years
Other family:
Male householder, no wife present:
With own children under 1 8 years
No own children under 1 8 years
Female householder, no husband present:
With own children under 1 8 years
No own children under 1 8 years
Nonfamily households:
Male householder
Female householder

P13. HOUSEHOLDS BY PRESENCE OF PEOPLE UNDER 18 YEARS BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE
[19]
Universe: Households
Total:
Households with one or more people under 1 8 years:
Family households:
Married-couple family
Other family:
Male householder, no wife present
Female householder, no husband present
Nonfamily households:
Male householder
Female householder
Households with no people under 1 8 years:
(Repeat HOUSEHOLD TYPE)






















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P14. HOUSEHOLDS BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE (INCLUDING
LIVING ALONE) BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS [31]
Universe: Households
Total:
Householder 15 to 64 years:
Family households:
Married-couple family:
With own children under 18 years
No own children under 18 years
Other family:
Male householder, no wife present:
With own children under 18 years
No own children under 18 years
Female householder, no husband present:
With own children under 18 years
No own children under 18 years
Nonfamily households:
Householder living alone
Householder not living alone
Householder 65 years and over:
(Repeat HOUSEHOLD TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS)

P15. HOUSEHOLD TYPE BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER [19]
Universe: Households
Total:
Family households:
Householder 15 to 24 years
Householder 25 to 34 years
Householder 35 to 44 years
Householder 45 to 54 years
Householder 55 to 64 years
Householder 65 to 74 years
Householder 75 to 84 years
Householder 85 years and over
Nonfamily households:
(Repeat AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER)

P16. HOUSEHOLDS BY PRESENCE OF PEOPLE 60 YEARS AND OVER BY HOUSEHOLD SIZE
BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE [11]
Universe: Households
Total:
Households with one or more people 60 years and over:
1-person household
2-or-more-person household:
Family households
Nonfamily households
Households with no people 60 years and over:
(Repeat HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE)










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P17. HOUSEHOLDS BY PRESENCE OF PEOPLE 65 YEARS AND OVER BY HOUSEHOLD SIZE
BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE [11]

Universe: Households
Total:
Households with one or more people 65 years and over:
1-person household
2-or-more-person household:
Family households
Nonfamily households
Households with no people 65 years and over:
(Repeat HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE)

P18. AGE BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE (INCLUDING LIVING ALONE) [16]

Universe: Population 60 years and over
Total:
60 to 64 years:
In households:
Living alone
Not living alone
In group quarters
65 to 74 years:
(Repeat HOUSEHOLD TYPE)
75 years and over:
(Repeat HOUSEHOLD TYPE)

P19. HOUSEHOLDS BY PRESENCE OF NONRELATIVES [3]

Universe: Households
Total:
Households with one or more nonrelatives
Households with no nonrelatives

P20. HOUSEHOLD TYPE BY HOUSEHOLD SIZE [16]

Universe: Households
Total:
Family households:
2-person household
3-person household
4-person household
5-person household
6-person household
7-or-more-person household
Nonfamily households:
1-person household
2-person household
3-person household
4-person household
5-person household
6-person household
7-or-more-person household









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P21. HOUSEHOLD TYPE (INCLUDING LIVING ALONE) BY RELATIONSHIP [27]
Universe: Total population
Total:
In households:
In family households:
Householder:
Male
Female
Spouse
Child:
Natural-born
Adopted
Step
Grandchild
Brother or sister
Parent
Other relatives
Nonrelatives
In nonfamily households:
Male householder:
Living alone
Not living alone
Female householder:
Living alone
Not living alone
Nonrelatives
In group quarters:
Institutionalized population
Noninstitutionalized population

P22. RELATIONSHIP BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE FOR THE POPULATION UNDER 18 YEARS
[16]

Universe: Population under 18 years
Total:
In households:
Householder or spouse
Related child:
Own child:
In married-couple family
In other family:
Male householder, no wife present
Female householder, no husband present
Other relatives:
Grandchild
Other relatives
Nonrelatives
In group quarters:
Institutionalized population
Noninstitutionalized population









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P23. RELATIONSHIP BY AGE FOR THE POPULATION UNDER 18 YEARS [45]

Universe: Population under 18 years
Total:
In households:
Householder or spouse
Related child:
Own child:
Under 3 years
3 and 4 years
5 years
6 to 11 years
12 and 13 years
14 years
15 to 17 years
Other relatives:
Under 3 years
3 and 4 years
5 years
6 to 11 years
12 and 13 years
14 years
15 to 17 years
Nonrelatives:
Under 3 years
3 and 4 years
5 years
6 to 11 years
12 and 13 years
14 years
15 to 17 years
In group quarters:
Institutionalized population:
Under 3 years
3 and 4 years
5 years
6 to 11 years
12 and 13 years
14 years
15 to 17 years
Noninstitutionalized population:
Under 3 years
3 and 4 years
5 years
6 to 11 years
12 and 13 years
14 years
15 to 17 years












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P24. HOUSEHOLD TYPE (INCLUDING LIVING ALONE) BY RELATIONSHIP FOR THE
POPULATION 65 YEARS AND OVER [21]
Universe: Population 65 years and over
Total:
In households:
In family households:
Householder:
Male
Female
Spouse
Parent
Other relatives
Nonrelatives
In nonfamily households:
Male householder:
Living alone
Not living alone
Female householder:
Living alone
Not living alone
Nonrelatives
In group quarters:
Institutionalized population
Noninstitutionalized population

P25. AGGREGATE POPULATION IN FAMILIES [1]
Universe: Population in families
Total

P26. AVERAGE FAMILY SIZE [1]
(2 expressed decimals)
Universe: Families
Average family size

P27. FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS BY AGE OF OWN
CHILDREN [20]
Universe: Families
Total:
Married-couple family:
With own children under 18 years:
Under 6 years only
Under 6 years and 6 to 17 years
6 to 17 years only
No own children under 18 years
Other family:
Male householder, no wife present:
With own children under 18 years:
Under 6 years only
Under 6 years and 6 to 17 years
6 to 17 years only
No own children under 18 years
Female householder, no husband present:
With own children under 18 years:
Under 6 years only
Under 6 years and 6 to 17 years
6 to 17 years only
No own children under 18 years

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P28. OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS BY FAMILY TYPE BY AGE [26]

Universe: Own children under 18 years
Total:
In married-couple families:
Under 3 years
3 and 4 years
5 years
6 to 11 years
12 and 13 years
14 years
15 to 17 years
In other families:
Male householder, no wife present:
(Repeat AGE)
Female householder, no husband present:
(Repeat AGE)

P29. FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS BY AGE OF
RELATED CHILDREN [20]
Universe: Families
Total:
Married-couple family:
With related children under 18 years:
Under 6 years only
Under 6 years and 6 to 17 years
6 to 17 years only
No related children under 18 years
Other family:
Male householder, no wife present:
With related children under 18 years:
Under 6 years only
Under 6 years and 6 to 17 years
6 to 17 years only
No related children under 18 years
Female householder, no husband present:
With related children under 18 years:
Under 6 years only
Under 6 years and 6 to 17 years
6 to 17 years only
No related children under 18 years


Group Quarters

P30. GROUP QUARTERS POPULATION BY GROUP QUARTERS TYPE [9]

Universe: Population in group quarters
Total:
Institutionalized population (101-107, 201-209, 301-307, 400-410):
Correctional institutions (101-107)
Nursing homes (301-307)
Other institutions (201-209, 400-410)
Noninstitutionalized population (501, 601-604, 701-706, 801-810, 900-906, 908-909, 911):
College dormitories (includes college quarters off campus) (501)
Military quarters (601-603)
Other noninstitutional group quarters (604, 701-706, 801-810, 900-906, 908-909, 911)


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P31. GROUP QUARTERS POPULATION BY SEX BY AGE BY GROUP QUARTERS TYPE [57]
Universe: Population in group quarters
Total:
Male:
Under 18 years:
Institutionalized population (101-107, 201-209, 301-307, 400-410):
Correctional institutions (101-107)
Nursing homes (301-307)
Other institutions (201-209, 400-410)
Noninstitutionalized population (501, 601-604, 701-706, 801-810, 900-906, 908-909, 911):
College dormitories (includes college quarters off campus) (501)
Military quarters (601-603)
Other noninstitutional group quarters (604, 701-706, 801-810, 900-906, 908-909, 911)
18 to 64 years:
(Repeat GROUP QUARTERS TYPE)
65 years and over:
(Repeat GROUP QUARTERS TYPE)
Female:
(Repeat AGE BY GROUP QUARTERS TYPE)


Imputation

P32. IMPUTATION OF POPULATION ITEMS FOR THE POPULATION IN GROUP QUARTERS
[3]
Universe: Population in group quarters
Total:
No items imputed
One or more items imputed

P33. IMPUTATION OF RACE [3]

Universe: Total population
Total:
Imputed
Not imputed

P34. IMPUTATION OF HISPANIC OR LATINO [3]

Universe: Total population
Total:
Imputed
Not imputed

P35. IMPUTATION OF SEX [3]

Universe: Total population
Total:
Imputed
Not imputed

P36. IMPUTATION OF AGE [3]

Universe: Total population
Total:
Imputed
Not imputed




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P37. IMPUTATION OF RELATIONSHIP [3]

Universe: Total population
Total:
Imputed
Not imputed


POPULATION SUBJECTS (SUMMARIZED TO BLOCK LEVEL,
REPEATED BY RACE/HISPANIC)


Basic Population Totals

P7A. SEX BY AGE (BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE) [49]

Universe: Black or African American alone population
Total:
Male:
Under 5 years
5 to 9 years
10 to 14 years
15 to 17 years
18 and 19 years
20 years
21 years
22 to 24 years
25 to 29 years
30 to 34 years
35 to 39 years
40 to 44 years
45 to 49 years
50 to 54 years
55 to 59 years
60 and 61 years
62 to 64 years
65 and 66 years
67 to 69 years
70 to 74 years
75 to 79 years
80 to 84 years
85 years and over
Female:
(Repeat AGE)


















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P7B. SEX BY AGE (WHITE ALONE) [49]
Universe: White alone population
Total:
Male:
Under 5 years
5 to 9 years
10 to 14 years
15 to 17 years
18 and 19 years
20 years
21 years
22 to 24 years
25 to 29 years
30 to 34 years
35 to 39 years
40 to 44 years
45 to 49 years
50 to 54 years
55 to 59 years
60 and 61 years
62 to 64 years
65 and 66 years
67 to 69 years
70 to 74 years
75 to 79 years
80 to 84 years
85 years and over
Female:
(Repeat AGE)

P7C. SEX BY AGE (OTHER RACES ALONE) [49]

Universe: Other races alone population
Total:
Male:
Under 5 years
5 to 9 years
10 to 14 years
15 to 17 years
18 and 19 years
20 years
21 years
22 to 24 years
25 to 29 years
30 to 34 years
35 to 39 years
40 to 44 years
45 to 49 years
50 to 54 years
55 to 59 years
60 and 61 years
62 to 64 years
65 and 66 years






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P7C. SEX BY AGE (OTHER RACES ALONE) [49]-Con.
Total-Con.
Male-Con.
67 to 69 years
70 to 74 years
75 to 79 years
80 to 84 years
85 years and over
Female:
(Repeat AGE)

P7D. SEX BY AGE (HISPANIC OR LATINO) [49]

Universe: Hispanic or Latino population
Total:
Male:
Under 5 years
5 to 9 years
10 to 14 years
15 to 17 years
18 and 19 years
20 years
21 years
22 to 24 years
25 to 29 years
30 to 34 years
35 to 39 years
40 to 44 years
45 to 49 years
50 to 54 years
55 to 59 years
60 and 61 years
62 to 64 years
65 and 66 years
67 to 69 years
70 to 74 years
75 to 79 years
80 to 84 years
85 years and over
Female:
(Repeat AGE)




















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P7E. SEX BY AGE (WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO) [49]
Universe: White alone, not Hispanic or Latino population
Total:
Male:
Under 5 years
5 to 9 years
10 to 14 years
15 to 17 years
18 and 19 years
20 years
21 years
22 to 24 years
25 to 29 years
30 to 34 years
35 to 39 years
40 to 44 years
45 to 49 years
50 to 54 years
55 to 59 years
60 and 61 years
62 to 64 years
65 and 66 years
67 to 69 years
70 to 74 years
75 to 79 years
80 to 84 years
85 years and over
Female:
(Repeat AGE)

P8A. MEDIAN AGE BY SEX (BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE) [3]
(1 expressed decimal)

Universe: Black or African American alone population
Median age-
Both sexes
Male
Female

P8B. MEDIAN AGE BY SEX (WHITE ALONE) [3]
(1 expressed decimal)

Universe: White alone population
Median age -
Both sexes
Male
Female

P8C. MEDIAN AGE BY SEX (OTHER RACES ALONE) [3]
(1 expressed decimal)

Universe: Other races alone population
Median age -
Both sexes
Male
Female




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P8D. MEDIAN AGE BY SEX (HISPANIC OR LATINO) [3]
(1 expressed decimal)
Universe: Hispanic or Latino population
Median age -
Both sexes
Male
Female

P8E. MEDIAN AGE BY SEX (WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO) [3]
(1 expressed decimal)
Universe: White alone, not Hispanic or Latino population
Median age -
Both sexes
Male
Female


Households and Families

P11A. AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE (BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE
HOUSEHOLDER) [1]
(2 expressed decimals)
Universe: Households with a householder who is Black or African American alone
Average household size

P11B. AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE (WHITE ALONE HOUSEHOLDER) [1]
(2 expressed decimals)
Universe: Households with a householder who is White alone
Average household size

P11C. AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE (OTHER RACES ALONE HOUSEHOLDER) [1]
(2 expressed decimals)
Universe: Households with a householder who is Other races alone
Average household size

P11D. AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE (HISPANIC OR LATINO HOUSEHOLDER) [1]
(2 expressed decimals)
Universe: Households with a householder who is Hispanic or Latino
Average household size

P11E. AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE (WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO
HOUSEHOLDER) [1]
(2 expressed decimals)
Universe: Households with a householder who is White alone, not Hispanic or Latino
Average household size













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P12A. HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
UNDER 18 YEARS (BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE HOUSEHOLDER) [19]
Universe: Households with a householder who is Black or African American alone
Total:
1-person household:
Male householder
Female householder
2-or-more-person household:
Family households:
Married-couple family:
With own children under 1 8 years
No own children under 18 years
Other family:
Male householder, no wife present:
With own children under 1 8 years
No own children under 1 8 years
Female householder, no husband present:
With own children under 1 8 years
No own children under 1 8 years
Nonfamily households:
Male householder
Female householder

P12B. HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN UNDER
18 YEARS (WHITE ALONE HOUSEHOLDER) [19]
Universe: Households with a householder who is White alone
Total:
1-person household:
Male householder
Female householder
2-or-more-person household:
Family households:
Married-couple family:
With own children under 1 8 years
No own children under 18 years
Other family:
Male householder, no wife present:
With own children under 1 8 years
No own children under 1 8 years
Female householder, no husband present:
With own children under 1 8 years
No own children under 1 8 years
Nonfamily households:
Male householder
Female householder














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P12C. HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
UNDER 18 YEARS (OTHER RACES ALONE HOUSEHOLDER) [19]
Universe: Households with a householder who is Other races alone
Total:
1-person household:
Male householder
Female householder
2-or-more-person household:
Family households:
Married-couple family:
With own children under 1 8 years
No own children under 18 years
Other family:
Male householder, no wife present:
With own children under 1 8 years
No own children under 1 8 years
Female householder, no husband present:
With own children under 1 8 years
No own children under 1 8 years
Nonfamily households:
Male householder
Female householder

P12D. HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
UNDER 18 YEARS (HISPANIC OR LATINO HOUSEHOLDER) [19]
Universe: Households with a householder who is Hispanic or Latino
Total:
1-person household:
Male householder
Female householder
2-or-more-person household:
Family households:
Married-couple family:
With own children under 1 8 years
No own children under 18 years
Other family:
Male householder, no wife present:
With own children under 1 8 years
No own children under 1 8 years
Female householder, no husband present:
With own children under 1 8 years
No own children under 1 8 years
Nonfamily households:
Male householder
Female householder














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P12E. HOUSEHOLD SIZE BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN UNDER
18 YEARS (WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO HOUSEHOLDER) [19]
Universe: Households with a householder who is White alone, not Hispanic or Latino
Total:
1-person household:
Male householder
Female householder
2-or-more-person household:
Family households:
Married-couple family:
With own children under 18 years
No own children under 18 years
Other family:
Male householder, no wife present:
With own children under 18 years
No own children under 18 years
Female householder, no husband present:
With own children under 18 years
No own children under 18 years
Nonfamily households:
Male householder
Female householder

P26A. AVERAGE FAMILY SIZE (BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE HOUSEHOLDER)
[1]
(2 expressed decimals)
Universe: Families with a householder who is Black or African American alone
Average family size

P26B. AVERAGE FAMILY SIZE (WHITE ALONE HOUSEHOLDER) [1]
(2 expressed decimals)
Universe: Families with a householder who is White alone
Average family size

P26C. AVERAGE FAMILY SIZE (OTHER RACES ALONE HOUSEHOLDER) [1]
(2 expressed decimals)
Universe: Families with a householder who is Other races alone
Average family size

P26D. AVERAGE FAMILY SIZE (HISPANIC OR LATINO HOUSEHOLDER) [1]
(2 expressed decimals)
Universe: Families with a householder who is Hispanic or Latino
Average family size

P26E. AVERAGE FAMILY SIZE (WHITE ALONE, NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO
HOUSEHOLDER) [1]
(2 expressed decimals)
Universe: Families with a householder who is White alone, not Hispanic or Latino
Average family size








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Group Quarters
P30A. GROUP QUARTERS POPULATION BY GROUP QUARTERS TYPE (BLACK OR
AFRICAN AMERICAN ALONE) [9]
Universe: Black or African American alone population in group quarters
Total:
Institutionalized population (101-107, 201-209, 301-307, 400-410):
Correctional institutions (101-107)
Nursing homes (301-307)
Other institutions (201-209, 400-410)
Noninstitutionalized population (501, 601-604, 701-706, 801-810, 900-906, 908-909, 911):
College dormitories (includes college quarters off campus) (501)
Military quarters (601-603)
Other noninstitutional group quarters (604, 701-706, 801-810, 900-906, 908-909, 911)

P30B. GROUP QUARTERS POPULATION BY GROUP QUARTERS TYPE (WHITE ALONE) [9]
Universe: White alone population in group quarters
Total:
Institutionalized population (101-107, 201-209, 301-307, 400-410):
Correctional institutions (101-107)
Nursing homes (301-307)
Other institutions (201-209, 400-410)
Noninstitutionalized population (501, 601-604, 701-706, 801-810, 900-906, 908-909, 911):
College dormitories (includes college quarters off campus) (501)
Military quarters (601-603)
Other noninstitutional group quarters (604, 701-706, 801-810, 900-906, 908-909, 911)

P30C. GROUP QUARTERS POPULATION BY GROUP QUARTERS TYPE (OTHER RACES
ALONE) [9]
Universe: Other races alone population in group quarters
Total:
Institutionalized population (101-107, 201-209, 301-307, 400-410):
Correctional institutions (101-107)
Nursing homes (301-307)
Other institutions (201-209, 400-410)
Noninstitutionalized population (501, 601-604, 701-706, 801-810, 900-906, 908-909, 911):
College dormitories (includes college quarters off campus) (501)
Military quarters (601-603)
Other noninstitutional group quarters (604, 701-706, 801-810, 900-906, 908-909, 911)

P30D. GROUP QUARTERS POPULATION BY GROUP QUARTERS TYPE (HISPANIC OR
LATINO) [9]
Universe: Hispanic or Latino population in group quarters
Total:
Institutionalized population (101-107, 201-209, 301-307, 400-410):
Correctional institutions (101-107)
Nursing homes (301-307)
Other institutions (201-209, 400-410)
Noninstitutionalized population (501, 601-604, 701-706, 801-810, 900-906, 908-909, 911):
College dormitories (includes college quarters off campus) (501)
Military quarters (601-603)
Other noninstitutional group quarters (604, 701-706, 801-810, 900-906, 908-909, 911)





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P30E. GROUP QUARTERS POPULATION BY GROUP QUARTERS TYPE (WHITE ALONE,
NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO) [9]

Universe: White alone, not Hispanic or Latino population in group quarters
Total:
Institutionalized population (101-107, 201-209, 301-307, 400-410):
Correctional institutions (101-107)
Nursing homes (301-307)
Other institutions (201-209, 400-410)
Noninstitutionalized population (501, 601-604, 701-706, 801-810, 900-906, 908-909, 911):
College dormitories (includes college quarters off campus) (501)
Military quarters (601-603)
Other noninstitutional group quarters (604, 701-706, 801-810, 900-906, 908-909, 911)


POPULATION SUBJECTS (SUMMARIZED TO THE BLOCK GROUP LEVEL)


Marital Status and Children Ever Born

PBG1. MARITAL STATUS BY AGE [11]

Universe: Females 15 years and over
Total:
Never married:
15 to 24 years
25 to 34 years
35 to 44 years
45 years and over
Ever married:
(Repeat AGE)

PBG2. AGGREGATE NUMBER OF CHILDREN EVER BORN BY MARITAL STATUS BY AGE
[11]
Universe: Females 15 years and over
Aggregate number of children ever born:
Never married:
15 to 24 years
25 to 34 years
35 to 44 years
45 years and over
Ever married:
(Repeat AGE)



















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Language

PBG3. AGE BY LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME FOR THE POPULATION 5 YEARS AND
OVER [15]

Universe: Population 5 years and over
Total:
5 to 17 years:
Speak only English
Speak Spanish or Spanish Creole
Speak French or French Creole
Speak other Indo-European languages
Speak Asian or Pacific Island languages
Speak other languages
18 years and over:
(Repeat LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME)

PBG4. HOUSEHOLD LANGUAGE BY LINGUISTIC ISOLATION [11]

Universe: Households
Total:
English
Spanish or Spanish Creole:
Linguistically isolated
Not linguistically isolated
French or French Creole:
Linguistically isolated
Not linguistically isolated
Other languages:
Linguistically isolated
Not linguistically isolated


Place of Birth, Citizenship Status, and Year of Entry

PBG5. CITIZENSHIP STATUS BY YEAR OF ENTRY [15]

Universe: Total population
Total:
Native
Foreign born:
Naturalized U.S. citizen:
Year of entry 1990 to March 2000
Year of entry 1980 to 1989
Year of entry before 1980
Not a U.S. citizen (permanent resident):
(Repeat YEAR OF ENTRY)
Not a U.S. citizen (temporary resident):
(Repeat YEAR OF ENTRY)














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PBG6. PLACE OF BIRTH BY CITIZENSHIP STATUS [13]

Universe: Total population
Total:
Native:
Born in U.S. Virgin Islands (781-783):
St. Croix (781)
St. John (782)
St. Thomas (783)
Born in United States (001-059)
Born in Puerto Rico or other U.S. Island Area (060-099)
Born abroad of American parents) (100-554)
Foreign born:
Naturalized U.S. citizen
Not a U.S. citizen (permanent resident)
Not a U.S. citizen (temporary resident)

PBG7. PLACE OF BIRTH

Universe: Total population
Total:
Born in the U.S. Virgin Islands (781-783:
St. Croix (781)
St. John (782)
St. Thomas (783)
Born in the United States (001-059)
Born in Puerto Rico or other U.S. Island Area (060-099)
Born in a foreign country (100-553):
Antigua and Barbuda (321)
British Virgin Islands (325)
Dominica (328)
Dominican Republic (329)
St. Kitts and Nevis (338)
Other foreign country (100-320, 322-324, 326-327, 330-337, 339, 400-553)
Born at sea (554)

PBG8. FATHER'S PLACE OF BIRTH [15]

Universe: Total population
Total:
Born in the U.S. Virgin Islands (781-783):
St. Croix (781)
St. John (782)
St. Thomas (783)
Born in the United States (001-059)
Born in Puerto Rico or other U.S. Island Area (060-099)
Born in a foreign country (100-553):
Antigua and Barbuda (321)
British Virgin Islands (325)
Dominicab (328)
Dominican Republic (329)
St. Kitts and Nevis (338)
Other foreign country (100-320, 322-324, 326-327, 330-337, 339, 400-553)
Born at sea (554)






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PBG9. MOTHER'S PLACE OF BIRTH [15]

Universe: Total population
Total:
Born in the U.S. Virgin Islands (781-783):
St. Croix (781)
St. John (782)
St. Thomas (783)
Born in the United States (001-059)
Born in Puerto Rico or other U.S. Island Area (060-099)
Born in a foreign country (100-553):
Antigua and Barbuda (321)
British Virgin Islands (325)
Dominica (328)
Dominican Republic (329)
St. Kitts and Nevis (338)
Other foreign country (100-320, 322-324, 326-327, 330-337, 339, 400-553)
Born at sea (554)

PBG10. PARENTS' PLACE OF BIRTH [4]

Universe: Total population
Total:
Both parents born in U.S. Virgin Islands
One parent born in U.S. Virgin Islands
Neither parent born in U.S. Virgin Islands

Migration

PBG11. RESIDENCE IN 1995 FOR THE POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER [12]

Universe: Population 5 years and over
Total:
Same house in 1995
Different house in the U.S. Virgin Islands in 1995:
Same island
Different island:
St. Croix
St. John
St. Thomas
Outside U.S. Virgin Islands in 1995:
In the United States
On another Caribbean island
Elsewhere


Place of Work

PBG12. PLACE OF WORK FOR WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER-ISLAND LEVEL [6]

Universe: Workers 16 years and over
Total:
Worked in U.S. Virgin Islands:
St. Croix
St. John
St. Thomas
Worked outside U.S. Virgin Islands





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PBG13. PLACE OF WORK FOR WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER-PLACE LEVEL [5]

Universe: Workers 16 years and over
Total:
Living in an identified place:
Worked in place of residence
Worked outside place of residence
Not living in an identified place


Journey to Work (Commuting)

PBG14. MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK FOR WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
[13]

Universe: Workers 16 years and over
Total:
Car, truck, or van:
Drove alone
Carpooled
Public transportation (including taxicab):
Bus
Taxicab
Safari or taxi bus
Ferryboat or water taxi
Motorcycle
Walked
Other means
Worked at home

PBG15. TRAVEL TIME TO WORK FOR WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER [15]

Universe: Workers 16 years and over
Total:
Did not work at home:
Less than 5 minutes
5 to 9 minutes
10 to 14 minutes
15 to 19 minutes
20 to 24 minutes
25 to 29 minutes
30 to 34 minutes
35 to 39 minutes
40 to 44 minutes
45 to 59 minutes
60 to 89 minutes
90 or more minutes
Worked at home














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PBG16. TRAVEL TIME TO WORK BY MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK FOR
WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER WHO DID NOT WORK AT HOME [13]

Universe: Workers 16 years and over who did not work at home
Total:
Less than 30 minutes:
Public transportation
Other means
30 to 44 minutes:
(Repeat MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK)
45 to 59 minutes:
(Repeat MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK)
60 or more minutes:
(Repeat MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK)

PBG17. AGGREGATE TRAVEL TIME TO WORK (IN MINUTES) BY MEANS OF
TRANSPORTATION TO WORK FOR WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER WHO DID NOT
WORK AT HOME [13]

Universe: Workers 16 years and over who did not work at home
Aggregate travel time to work (in minutes):
Less than 30 minutes:
Public transportation
Other means
30 to 44 minutes:
(Repeat MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK)
45 to 59 minutes:
(Repeat MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK)
60 or more minutes:
(Repeat MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK)

PBG18. TIME LEAVING HOME TO GO TO WORK FOR WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
[15]
Universe: Workers 16 years and over
Total:
Did not work at home:
12:00 a.m. to 4:59 a.m.
5:00 a.m. to 5:29 a.m.
5:30 a.m. to 5:59 a.m.
6:00 a.m. to 6:29 a.m.
6:30 a.m. to 6:59 a.m.
7:00 a.m. to 7:29 a.m.
7:30 a.m. to 7:59 a.m.
8:00 a.m. to 8:29 a.m.
8:30 a.m. to 8:59 a.m.
9:00 a.m. to 9:59 a.m.
10:00 a.m. to 3:59 p.m.
4:00 p.m. to 11:59 p.m.
Worked at home











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PBG19. PRIVATE VEHICLE OCCUPANCY FOR WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER [10]

Universe: Workers 16 years and over
Total:
Car, truck, or van:
Drove alone
Carpooled:
In 2-person carpool
In 3-person carpool
In 4-person carpool
In 5-or-6-person carpool
In 7-or-more-person carpool
Other means (including those who worked at home)


School Enrollment and Educational Attainment

PBG20. SCHOOL ENROLLMENT BY LEVEL OF SCHOOL FOR THE POPULATION 3 YEARS
AND OVER [14]

Universe: Population 3 years and over
Total:
Enrolled in public school:
Nursery school, preschool
Kindergarten
Grade 1 to grade 8
Grade 9 to grade 12
College, graduate or professional school
Enrolled in private school:
(Repeat LEVEL OF SCHOOL)
Not enrolled in school

PBG21. SEX BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT FOR THE POPULATION 25 YEARS AND
OVER [15]

Universe: Population 25 years and over
Total:
Male:
Less than 9th grade
9th grade to 12th grade, no diploma
High school graduate (includes equivalency)
Some college or associate degree
Bachelor's degree
Graduate or professional degree
Female:
(Repeat EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT)

















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PBG22. ARMED FORCES STATUS BY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT BY EDUCATIONAL
ATTAINMENT FOR THE POPULATION 16 to 19 YEARS [15]

Universe: Population 16 to 19 years
Total:
In Armed Forces:
Enrolled in school:
High school graduate
Not high school graduate
Not enrolled in school:
High school graduate
Not high school graduate
Civilian:
Enrolled in school:
High school graduate
Not high school graduate
Not enrolled in school:
High school graduate
Not high school graduate

PBG23. SCHOOL ENROLLMENT BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT BY EMPLOYMENT
STATUS FOR THE CIVILIAN POPULATION 16 TO 19 YEARS [14]

Universe: Civilian population 16 to 19 years
Total:
Enrolled in school:
Employed
Unemployed
Not in labor force
Not enrolled in school:
High school graduate:
Employed
Unemployed
Not in labor force
Not high school graduate:
Employed
Unemployed
Not in labor force


Veteran Status

PBG24. AGE BY ARMED FORCES STATUS BY VETERAN STATUS FOR THE POPULATION
18 YEARS AND OVER [11]

Universe: Population 18 years and over
Total:
18 to 64 years:
In Armed Forces
Civilian:
Veteran
Nonveteran
65 years and over:
(Repeat ARMED FORCES STATUS BY VETERAN STATUS)







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PBG25. SEX BY ARMED FORCES STATUS BY VETERAN STATUS FOR THE POPULATION 18
YEARS AND OVER [11]

Universe: Population 18 years and over
Total:
Male:
In Armed Forces
Civilian:
Veteran
Nonveteran
Female:
(Repeat ARMED FORCES STATUS BY VETERAN STATUS)

PBG26. PERIOD OF MILITARY SERVICE FOR CIVILIAN VETERANS 18 YEARS AND OVER
[15]
Universe: Civilian veterans 18 years and over
Total:
August 1990 or later (including Persian Gulf War):
Served in Vietnam era
No Vietnam era service:
Served September 1980 or later only
Served prior to September 1980
May 1975 to July 1990 only
Vietnam era, no Korean War, no World War II, no August 1990 or later
Vietnam era and Korean War, no World War II, no August 1990 or later
Vietnam era, Korean War, and World War II, no August 1990 or later
February 1955 to July 1964 only
Korean War, no Vietnam era, no World War II
Korean War and World War II, no Vietnam era
World War II, no Korean War, no Vietnam era
Other service only


Disability

PBG27. TOTAL DISABILITIES TALLIED BY TYPE OF DISABILITY FOR THE CIVILIAN
NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER WITH DISABILITIES [7]

Universe: Total disabilities tallied for the civilian noninstitutionalized population 5 years and over
with disabilities
Total disabilities tallied:
Sensory disability
Physical disability
Mental disability
Self-care disability
Go-outside-home disability
Employment disability

PBG28. TOTAL DISABILITIES TALLIED BY AGE FOR THE CIVILIAN
NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER WITH DISABILITIES [4]

Universe: Total disabilities tallied for the civilian noninstitutionalized population 5 years and over
with disabilities
Total disabilities tallied:
Total disabilities tallied for people 5 to 15 years
Total disabilities tallied for people 16 to 64 years
Total disabilities tallied for people 65 years and over



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PBG29. AGE BY DISABILITY STATUS BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS FOR THE CIVILIAN
NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER [14]

Universe: Civilian noninstitutionalized population 5 years and over
Total:
5 to 15 years:
With a disability
No disability
16 to 64 years:
With a disability:
Employed
Not employed
No disability:
Employed
Not employed
65 years and over:
With a disability
No disability

PBG30. SEX BY DISABILITY STATUS FOR THE CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED
POPULATION 5 YEARS AND OVER [7]

Universe: Civilian noninstitutionalized population 5 years and over
Total:
Male:
With a disability
No disability
Female:
(Repeat DISABILITY STATUS)


Employment Status

PBG31. SEX BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER [15]

Universe: Population 16 years and over
Total:
Male:
In labor force:
In Armed Forces
Civilian:
Employed
Unemployed
Not in labor force
Female:
(Repeat EMPLOYMENT STATUS)

















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PBG32. FAMILY TYPE BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS [15]

Universe: Families
Total:
Married-couple family:
Husband in labor force:
Wife in labor force
Wife not in labor force
Husband not in labor force:
Wife in labor force
Wife not in labor force
Other family:
Male householder, no wife present:
In labor force
Not in labor force
Female householder, no husband present:
In labor force
Not in labor force

PBG33. PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS FOR
FEMALES 16 YEARS AND OVER [11]

Universe: Females 16 years and over
Total:
With own children under 18 years:
In labor force:
Employed or in Armed Forces
Unemployed
Not in labor force
No own children under 18 years:
In labor force:
Employed or in Armed Forces
Unemployed
Not in labor force

PBG34. LIVING ARRANGEMENTS BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS OF PARENTS FOR OWN
CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES [13]

Universe: Own children under 18 years in families and subfamilies
Total:
Living with two parents:
Both parents in labor force
Father only in labor force
Mother only in labor force
Neither parent in labor force
Living with one parent:
Living with father:
In labor force
Not in labor force
Living with mother:
In labor force
Not in labor force









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PBG35. SEX BY WORK STATUS IN 1999 BY USUAL HOURS WORKED PER WEEK IN 1999
FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER [13]

Universe: Population 16 years and over
Total:
Male:
Worked in 1999:
Usually worked 35 or more hours per week
Usually worked 15 to 34 hours per week
Usually worked 1 to 14 hours per week
Did not work in 1999
Female:
(Repeat WORK STATUS IN 1999 BY USUAL HOURS WORKED PER WEEK IN 1999)

PBG36. SEX BY WORK STATUS IN 1999 BY WEEKS WORKED IN 1999 FOR THE
POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER [15]

Universe: Population 16 years and over
Total:
Male:
Worked in 1999:
48 to 52 weeks
40 to 47 weeks
27 to 39 weeks
1 to 26 weeks
Did not work in 1999
Female:
(Repeat WORK STATUS IN 1999 BY WEEKS WORKED IN 1999)

PBG37. FAMILY TYPE BY NUMBER OF WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1999 [14]

Universe: Families
Total:
Married-couple family:
No workers
1 worker
2 or more workers
Other family:
Male householder, no wife present:
No workers
1 worker
2 or more workers
Female householder, no husband present:
No workers
1 worker
2 or more workers
















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Industry, Occupation, and Class of Worker

PBG38. INDUSTRY FOR THE EMPLOYED CIVILIAN POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER
[14]


Universe: Employed civilian population 16 years and over
Total:
Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining
Construction
Manufacturing
Wholesale trade
Retail trade
Transportation and warehousing, and utilities

Information
Finance, insurance, real estate and rental and leasing
Professional, scientific, management, administrative and
waste management services
Educational, health and social services
Arts, entertainment, recreation, accommodation and food
services
Other services (excluding public administration)
Public administration


Census Code
001-056
077-106
107-406
407-466
467-606
607-646,
057-076
647-686
687-726

727-785
786-855

856-876
877-936
937-966


NAICS Equivalents
11, 21
23
31-33
42
44-45
48-49, 22

51
52-53

54-56
61-62

71-72
81
92


PBG39. SEX BY OCCUPATION FOR THE EMPLOYED CIVILIAN POPULATION 16 YEARS
AND OVER [15]


Universe: Employed civilian population 16 years and over
Total:
Male:
Management, professional and related occupations


Service occupations


Sales and office occupations

Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations
Construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations

Production, transportation, and material moving
occupations


Census Code
001-359


360-469

470-599

600-619
620-769


770-979


SOC Equivalent
S1-0000 through
29-0000
31-0000 through
39-0000
41-0000 through
43-0000
45-0000
47-0000 through
49-0000

51-0000 through
53-0000


Female:
(Repeat OCCUPATION)


PBG40. CLASS OF WORKER FOR THE EMPLOYED CIVILIAN POPULATION 16 YEARS AND
OVER [9]

Universe: Employed civilian population 16 years and over
Total:
Private for-profit wage and salary workers:
Employee of private company
Self-employed in own incorporated business
Private not-for-profit wage and salary workers
Local government workers
Federal government workers
Self-employed workers in own not incorporated business
Unpaid family workers


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Income (Household)


PBG41. HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 [15]
Universe: Households
Total:
Less than $2,500
$2,500 to $4,999
$5,000 to $9,999
$10,000 to $14,999
$15,000 to $19,999
$20,000 to $24,999
$25,000 to $29,999
$30,000 to $34,999
$35,000 to $39,999
$40,000 to $49,999
$50,000 to $59,999
$60,000 to $74,999
$75,000 to $99,999
$100,000 or more

PBG42. MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) [1]
Universe: Households
Median household income in 1999

PBG43. AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) [1]
Universe: Households
Aggregate household income in 1999

PBG44. EARNINGS IN 1999 FOR HOUSEHOLDS [3]
Universe: Households
Total:
With earnings
No earnings

PBG45. WAGE OR SALARY INCOME IN 1999 FOR HOUSEHOLDS [3]
Universe: Households
Total:
With wage or salary income
No wage or salary income

PBG46. SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME IN 1999 FOR HOUSEHOLDS [3]
Universe: Households
Total:
With self-employment income
No self-employment income

PBG47. INTEREST, DIVIDENDS, OR NET RENTAL INCOME IN 1999 FOR HOUSEHOLDS [3]
Universe: Households
Total:
With interest, dividends, or net rental income
No interest, dividends, or net rental income






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PBG48. SOCIAL SECURITY INCOME IN 1999 FOR HOUSEHOLDS [3]
Universe: Households
Total:
With Social Security income
No Social Security income

PBG49. SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME (SSI) IN 1999 FOR HOUSEHOLDS [3]
Universe: Households
Total:
With Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
Without Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

PBG50. PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME IN 1999 FOR HOUSEHOLDS [3]
Universe: Households
Total:
With public assistance income
No public assistance income

PBG51. RETIREMENT INCOME IN 1999 FOR HOUSEHOLDS [3]
Universe: Households
Total:
With retirement income
Without retirement income

PBG52. OTHER TYPES OF INCOME IN 1999 FOR HOUSEHOLDS [3]
Universe: Households
Total:
With other types of income
No other types of income

PBG53. AGGREGATE EARNINGS IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR HOUSEHOLDS [1]
Universe: Households
Aggregate earnings in 1999

PBG54. AGGREGATE WAGE OR SALARY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR HOUSEHOLDS
[1]
Universe: Households
Aggregate wage or salary income in 1999

PBG55. AGGREGATE SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR
HOUSEHOLDS [1]
Universe: Households
Aggregate self-employment income in 1999

PBG56. AGGREGATE INTEREST, DIVIDENDS, OR NET RENTAL INCOME IN 1999
(DOLLARS) FOR HOUSEHOLDS [1]
Universe: Households
Aggregate interest, dividends, or net rental income in 1999








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PBG57. AGGREGATE SOCIAL SECURITY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR HOUSEHOLDS
[1]
Universe: Households
Aggregate Social Security income in 1999

PBG58. AGGREGATE SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME (SSI) IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR
HOUSEHOLDS [1]
Universe: Households
Aggregate Supplemental Security Income (SSI) in 1999

PBG59. AGGREGATE PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR
HOUSEHOLDS [1]
Universe: Households
Aggregate public assistance income in 1999

PBG60. AGGREGATE RETIREMENT INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR HOUSEHOLDS [1]
Universe: Households
Aggregate retirement income in 1999

PBG61. AGGREGATE OTHER TYPES OF INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR HOUSEHOLDS
[1]
Universe: Households
Aggregate other types of income in 1999


Income (Family and Nonfamily)

PBG62. FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 [15]
Universe: Families
Total:
Less than $2,500
$2,500 to $4,999
$5,000 to $9,999
$10,000 to $14,999
$15,000 to $19,999
$20,000 to $24,999
$25,000 to $29,999
$30,000 to $34,999
$35,000 to $39,999
$40,000 to $49,999
$50,000 to $59,999
$60,000 to $74,999
$75,000 to $99,999
$100,000 or more

PBG63. MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) [1]
Universe: Families
Median family income in 1999









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PBG64. AGGREGATE FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) [1]
Universe: Families
Aggregate family income in 1999

PBG65. NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 [15]

Universe: Nonfamily households
Total:
Less than $2,500
$2,500 to $4,999
$5,000 to $9,999
$10,000 to $14,999
$15,000 to $19,999
$20,000 to $24,999
$25,000 to $29,999
$30,000 to $34,999
$35,000 to $39,999
$40,000 to $49,999
$50,000 to $59,999
$60,000 to $74,999
$75,000 to $99,999
$100,000 or more

PBG66. MEDIAN NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) [1]
Universe: Nonfamily households
Median nonfamily household income in 1999

PBG67. AGGREGATE NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) [1]
Universe: Nonfamily households
Aggregate nonfamily household income in 1999


Income (Individuals)

PBG68. PER CAPITAL INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) [1]

Universe: Total population
Per capital income in 1999

PBG69. AGGREGATE INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR THE POPULATION 15 YEARS AND
OVER [1]

Universe: Population 15 years and over
Aggregate income in 1999

PBG70. SEX BY EARNINGS IN 1999 FOR THE POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER WITH
EARNINGS [15]

Universe: Population 16 years and over with earnings
Total:
Male:
$1 to $9,999 or loss
$10,000 to $19,999
$20,000 to $29,999
$30,000 to $39,999
$40,000 to $49,999
$50,000 or more
Female:
(Repeat EARNINGS IN 1999)

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PBG71. MEDIAN EARNINGS IN 1999 (DOLLARS) BY SEX FOR THE POPULATION 16
YEARS AND OVER WITH EARNINGS [3]

Universe: Population 16 years and over with earnings
Median earnings in 1999-
Total
Male
Female

PBG72. AGGREGATE EARNINGS IN 1999 (DOLLARS) BY SEX FOR THE POPULATION 16
YEARS AND OVER WITH EARNINGS IN 1999 [3]

Universe: Population 16 years and over with earnings
Aggregate earnings in 1999:
Male
Female


Poverty Status (Individuals)

PBG73. POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 BY AGE [15]

Universe: Population for whom poverty status is determined
Total:
Income in 1999 below poverty level:
Under 5 years
5 years
6 to 11 years
12 to 17 years
18 to 64 years
65 years and over
Income in 1999 at or above poverty level:
(Repeat AGE)

PBG74. RATIO OF INCOME IN 1999 TO POVERTY LEVEL [10]

Universe: Population for whom poverty status is determined
Total:
Under .50
.50 to .74
.75 to .99
1.00 to 1.24
1.25 to 1.49
1.50 to 1.74
1.75 to 1.84
1.85 to 1.99
2.00 and over

PBG75. POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE [13]

Universe: Population for whom poverty status is determined
Total:
Income in 1999 below poverty level:
In married-couple families
In other families:
Male householder, no wife present
Female householder, no husband present
Unrelated individuals
Income in 1999 at or above poverty level:
(Repeat HOUSEHOLD TYPE)

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Poverty Status (Family and Nonfamily)

PBG76. POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 OF FAMILIES BY FAMILY TYPE [11]
Universe: Families
Total:
Income in 1999 below poverty level:
Married-couple family
Other family:
Male householder, no wife present
Female householder, no husband present
Income in 1999 at or above poverty level:
(Repeat FAMILY TYPE)

PBG77. AGGREGATE INCOME DEFICIT IN 1999 (DOLLARS) FOR FAMILIES BY FAMILY
TYPE [5]

Universe: Families with income in 1999 below the poverty level
Aggregate income deficit in 1999:
Married-couple family
Other family:
Male householder, no wife present
Female householder, no husband present

PBG78. POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 OF HOUSEHOLDS BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE [15]
Universe: Households
Total:
Income in 1999 below poverty level:
Family households:
Married-couple family
Other family:
Male householder, no wife present
Female householder, no husband present
Nonfamily households
Income in 1999 at or above poverty level:
(Repeat HOUSEHOLD TYPE)

PBG79. RATIO OF INCOME IN 1999 TO POVERTY LEVEL BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE [15]
Universe: Households
Total:
Under 1.50:
Family households
Married-couple family
Other family:
Male householder, no wife present
Female householder, no husband present
Nonfamily households
1.50 and over:
(Repeat HOUSEHOLD TYPE)











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