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Carson Census & Demographics Data
 
The 2010 Census Results for Carson, California
 
  According to the United States Census Bureau, Carson has a total area of 19.0 square miles (49 km2). 18.7 square miles (48 km2) of it is land and 0.2 square miles (0.52 km2) of it (1.29%) is water.

Carson is bordered by West Compton on the north, Compton on the northeast, Long Beach on the east, Wilmington on the south, and West Carson and Harbor Gateway on the west.

The 2010 United States Census reported that Carson had a population of 91,714. The population density was 4,835.2 people per square mile (1,866.9/km▓). The racial makeup of Carson was 21,864 (23.8%) White, 21,856 (23.8%) African American, 518 (0.6%) Native American, 23,522 (25.6%) Asian, 2,386 (2.6%) Pacific Islander, 17,151 (18.7%) from other races, and 4,417 (4.8%) from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 35,417 persons (38.6%).

The Census reported that 90,411 people (98.6% of the population) lived in households, 1,170 (1.3%) lived in non-institutionalized group quarters, and 133 (0.1%) were institutionalized.

There were 25,432 households, out of which 10,980 (43.2%) had children under the age of 18 living in them, 14,178 (55.7%) were married couples living together, 4,787 (18.8%) had a female householder with no husband present, 1,761 (6.9%) had a male householder with no wife present. 3,776 households (14.8%) were made up of individuals and 1,790 (7.0%) had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 3.56. There were 20,726 families (81.5% of all households); the average family size was 3.90.

The population was spread out with 21,992 people (24.0%) under the age of 18, 9,964 people (10.9%) aged 18 to 24, 23,105 people (25.2%) aged 25 to 44, 24,013 people (26.2%) aged 45 to 64, and 12,640 people (13.8%) who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 37.6 years. For every 100 females there were 91.9 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 88.5 males.

There were 26,226 housing units at an average density of 1,382.6 per square mile (533.8/km▓), of which 19,529 (76.8%) were owner-occupied, and 5,903 (23.2%) were occupied by renters. The homeowner vacancy rate was 1.3%; the rental vacancy rate was 3.7%. 68,924 people (75.2% of the population) lived in owner-occupied housing units and 21,487 people (23.4%) lived in rental housing units.

 
 
The 2000 Census Results for Carson, California
Statistics from the 2000 US Census Data Database
 
     General Demographic Characteristics  
     Selected Social Characteristics  
     Selected Economic Characteristics  
   Selected Housing Characteristics
 

  General Demographic Characteristics  
  Table DP-1. Profile of General Demographic Characteristics: 2000
Geographic Area: Carson city, California

[ For information on confidentiality protection, nonsampling error, and definitions, see text ]

Subject Number - Percent
Total population.......................... 89,730 100.0

SEX AND AGE Male ........................................ 43,315 48.3
Female...................................... 46,415 51.7
Under 5 years ............................... 6,192 6.9
5 to 9 years ................................. 7,570 8.4
10 to 14 years ............................... 7,543 8.4
15 to 19 years ............................... 7,021 7.8
20 to 24 years ............................... 6,057 6.8
25 to 34 years ............................... 12,107 13.5
35 to 44 years ............................... 13,475 15.0
45 to 54 years ............................... 11,393 12.7
55 to 59 years ............................... 4,688 5.2
60 to 64 years ............................... 4,123 4.6
65 to 74 years ............................... 5,889 6.6
75 to 84 years ............................... 2,899 3.2
85 years and over ............................ 773 0. 9

Median age (years) ........................... 33.7 (X)

18 years and over ............................ 64,245 71.6
Male ...................................... 30,326 33.8
Female.................................... 33,919 37.8
21 years and over ............................ 60,093 67.0
62 years and over ............................ 11,964 13.3
65 years and over ............................ 9,561 10.7
Male ...................................... 4,019 4.5
Female.................................... 5,542 6.2

RACE One race .................................... 85,162 94.9
White ..................................... 23,049 25.7
Black or African American ................... 22,804 25.4
American Indian and Alaska Native ........... 505 0. 6
Asian ..................................... 19,987 22.3
Asian Indian ............................. 287 0. 3
Chinese ................................. 386 0. 4
Filipino .................................. 16,905 18.8
Japanese................................ 838 0. 9
Korean.................................. 559 0. 6
Vietnamese.............................. 328 0. 4
Other Asian 1 ............................ 684 0. 8 Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander.... 2,680 3.0

Native Hawaiian.......................... 125 0. 1
Guamanian or Chamorro .................. 175 0. 2
Samoan................................. 2,195 2.4
Other Pacific Islander 2 ................... 185 0. 2
Some other race ........................... 16,137 18.0
Two or more races ........................... 4,568 5.1

Race alone or in combination with one or more other races: 3

White ....................................... 26,049 29.0
Black or African American ..................... 23,838 26.6
American Indian and Alaska Native ............. 1,186 1.3
Asian ....................................... 21,754 24.2
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander...... 3,401 3.8
Some other race ............................. 18,463 20.6

Subject Number Percent
HISPANIC OR LATINO AND RACE Total population.......................... 89,730 100.0

Hispanic or Latino (of any race) ................ 31,332 34.9
Mexican................................... 25,275 28.2
Puerto Rican............................... 571 0. 6
Cuban .................................... 226 0. 3
Other Hispanic or Latino .................... 5,260 5.9
Not Hispanic or Latino ........................ 58,398 65.1
White alone................................ 10,767 12.0

RELATIONSHIP Total population.......................... 89,730 100.0

In households................................ 88,520 98.7
Householder ............................... 24,648 27.5
Spouse . . ................................. 14,463 16.1
Child...................................... 30,804 34.3
Own child under 18 years ................ 19,330 21.5
Other relatives ............................. 13,873 15.5
Under 18 years . . . ...................... 5,232 5.8
Nonrelatives ............................... 4,732 5.3
Unmarried partner ....................... 1,034 1.2
In group quarters ............................. 1,210 1.3
Institutionalized population. . . ................ 242 0. 3
Noninstitutionalized population ............... 968 1. 1

HOUSEHOLD BY TYPE Total households......................... 24,648 100.0
Family households (families)................... 20,243 82.1
With own children under 18 years .......... 9,661 39.2
Married-couple family ....................... 14,463 58.7
With own children under 18 years .......... 7,349 29.8
Female householder, no husband present . . . . . 4,244 17.2
With own children under 18 years .......... 1,713 6.9
Nonfamily households ........................ 4,405 17.9
Householder living alone .................... 3,506 14.2
Householder 65 years and over . ........... 1,451 5.9

Households with individuals under 18 years ..... 12,070 49.0
Households with individuals 65 years and over . . 6,966 28.3

Average household size. . . .................... 3.59 (X)
Average family size........................... 3.92 (X)

HOUSING OCCUPANCY Total housing units. . . . . .................. 25,337 100.0
Occupied housing units ....................... 24,648 97.3
Vacant housing units. . . ....................... 689 2. 7
For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use. . . . . . . . .................... 38 0. 1

Homeowner vacancy rate (percent). . ........... 1. 1 (X)
Rental vacancy rate (percent).................. 2. 6 (X)

HOUSING TENURE Occupied housing units .................. 24,648 100.0
Owner-occupied housing units ................. 19,205 77.9
Renter-occupied housing units ................. 5,443 22.1

Average household size of owner-occupied units. 3.57 (X)
Average household size of renter-occupied units . 3.68 (X)

-Represents zero or rounds to zero. (X) Not applicable. 1 Other Asian alone, or two or more Asian categories.
2 Other Pacific Islander alone, or two or more Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander categories.
3 In combination with one or more of the other races listed. The six numbers may add to more than the total population and the six percentages

may add to more than 100 percent because individuals may report more than one race.

Source: U. S. Census Bureau, Census 2000.

 
 
 
  Selected Social Characteristics  
  Table DP-2. Profile of Selected Social Characteristics: 2000
Geographic area: Carson city, California

[ Data based on a sample. For information on confidentiality protection, sampling error, nonsampling error, and definitions, see text ]

Subject Number - Percent
SCHOOL ENROLLMENT Population 3 years and over

enrolled in school.................... 28,559 100.0 Nursery school, preschool ..................... 1,421 5.0
Kindergarten ................................. 1,439 5.0
Elementary school (grades 1-8) ................ 12,491 43.7
High school (grades 9-12) ..................... 6,209 21.7
College or graduate school .................... 6,999 24.5

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT Population 25 years and over .......... 55,241 100.0
Less than 9th grade .......................... 7,689 13.9
9th to 12th grade, no diploma.................. 8,528 15.4
High school graduate (includes equivalency)..... 11,840 21.4
Some college, no degree...................... 12,773 23.1
Associate degree............................. 4,429 8.0
Bachelor's degree ............................ 7,585 13.7
Graduate or professional degree ............... 2,397 4.3

Percent high school graduate or higher ......... 70.6 (X)
Percent bachelor's degree or higher ............ 18.1 (X)

MARITAL STATUS Population 15 years and over .......... 68,417 100.0
Never married ............................... 21,713 31.7
Now married, except separated ................ 35,368 51.7
Separated ................................... 2,162 3.2
Widowed .................................... 4,038 5.9
Female.................................... 3,363 4.9
Divorced .................................... 5,136 7.5
Female.................................... 3,253 4.8

GRANDPARENTS AS CAREGIVERS Grandparent living in household with
one or more own grandchildren under 18 years ............................. 5,583 100.0
Grandparent responsible for grandchildren ...... 1,716 30.7
VETERAN STATUS Civilian population 18 years and over . . 64,226 100.0
Civilian veterans ............................. 6,329 9.9
DISABILITY STATUS OF THE CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION
Population 5 to 20 years............... 23,279 100.0
With a disability .............................. 1,620 7.0

Population 21 to 64 years.............. 50,658 100.0 With a disability .............................. 12,344 24.4
Percent employed .......................... 53.7 (X)
No disability ................................. 38,314 75.6
Percent employed .......................... 70.9 (X)

Population 65 years and over .......... 9,248 100.0 With a disability .............................. 4,713 51.0

RESIDENCE IN 1995 Population 5 years and over ........... 83,499 100.0
Same house in 1995.......................... 51,796 62.0
Different house in the U. S. in 1995 ............. 29,313 35.1
Same county .............................. 25,962 31.1
Different county ............................ 3,351 4.0
Same state .............................. 2,106 2.5
Different state............................ 1,245 1.5
Elsewhere in 1995............................ 2,390 2.9

Subject Number Percent
NATIVITY AND PLACE OF BIRTH Total population.......................... 89,549 100.0

Native....................................... 60,117 67.1
Born in United States ....................... 58,326 65.1
State of residence . . ...................... 42,331 47.3
Different state. . .......................... 15,995 17.9
Born outside United States .................. 1,791 2.0
Foreign born ................................. 29,432 32.9
Entered 1990 to March 2000 .............. 7,972 8.9
Naturalized citizen .......................... 15,728 17.6
Not a citizen ............................... 13,704 15.3

REGION OF BIRTH OF FOREIGN BORN Total (excluding born at sea).............. 29,432 100.0

Europe...................................... 424 1. 4
Asia ........................................ 14,469 49.2
Africa ....................................... 468 1. 6
Oceania..................................... 229 0. 8
Latin America ................................ 13,746 46.7
Northern America. . . . . . . . ..................... 96 0. 3

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME Population 5 years and over . ............. 83,499 100.0

English only ................................. 41,858 50.1
Language other than English . ................. 41,641 49.9
Speak English less than very well ........ 18,141 21.7
Spanish ................................... 24,260 29.1
Speak English less than very well ........ 11,325 13.6
Other Indo-European languages . ............ 777 0. 9
Speak English less than very well ........ 299 0. 4
Asian and Pacific Island languages. . ......... 16,100 19.3
Speak English less than very well ........ 6,451 7.7

ANCESTRY (single or multiple) Total population.......................... 89,549 100.0

Total ancestries reported ................... 84,897 94.8
Arab ........................................ 177 0. 2
Czech 1 ...................................... 48 0. 1 Danish ...................................... 137 0. 2

Dutch ....................................... 528 0. 6
English...................................... 1,661 1.9
French (except Basque) 1 ...................... 604 0. 7
French Canadian 1 ............................ 148 0. 2
German ..................................... 2,330 2.6
Greek. . . . . .................................. 111 0. 1
Hungarian ................................... 108 0. 1
Irish 1 ........................................ 1,713 1.9
Italian ....................................... 1,023 1.1
Lithuanian ................................... 69 0. 1
Norwegian. . . . ............................... 237 0. 3
Polish ....................................... 218 0. 2
Portuguese .................................. 124 0. 1
Russian ..................................... 61 0. 1
Scotch-Irish.................................. 324 0. 4
Scottish ..................................... 324 0. 4
Slovak ...................................... 28 -Subsaharan
African. . . . . ...................... 1,246 1.4
Swedish..................................... 225 0. 3
Swiss ....................................... 21 -Ukrainian
.................................... 36 -United
States or American..................... 1,297 1.4
Welsh....................................... 113 0. 1
West Indian (excluding Hispanic groups) ........ 353 0. 4
Other ancestries ............................. 71,633 80.0

-Represents zero or rounds to zero. (X) Not applicable. 1 The data represent a combination of two ancestries shown separately in Summary File 3. Czech includes Czechoslovakian. French includes Alsatian.
French Canadian includes Acadian/ Cajun. Irish includes Celtic.
Source: U. S. Bureau of the Census, Census 2000.

 
 
 
  Selected Economic Characteristics  
  Table DP-3. Profile of Selected Economic Characteristics: 2000
Geographic area: Carson city, California
[ Data based on a sample. For information on confidentiality protection, sampling error, nonsampling error, and definitions, see text ]

Subject Number - Percent
EMPLOYMENT STATUS Population 16 years and over ............ 66,988 100.0

In labor force ................................ 40,590 60.6
Civilian labor force.......................... 40,514 60.5
Employed ............................... 37,300 55.7
Unemployed ............................. 3,214 4.8
Percent of civilian labor force ............ 7. 9 (X)
Armed Forces.............................. 76 0. 1
Not in labor force............................. 26,398 39.4

Females 16 years and over .............. 35,302 100.0 In labor force ................................ 19,700 55.8

Civilian labor force.......................... 19,700 55.8
Employed ............................... 18,324 51.9

Own children under 6 years.............. 6,582 100.0 All parents in family in labor force .............. 3,958 60.1

COMMUTING TO WORK Workers 16 years and over .............. 36,500 100.0
Car, truck, or van --drove alone ............... 26,989 73.9
Car, truck, or van --carpooled................. 6,627 18.2
Public transportation (including taxicab) ......... 1,070 2.9
Walked...................................... 709 1. 9
Other means................................. 457 1. 3
Worked at home ............................. 648 1. 8
Mean travel time to work (minutes) 1 ............ 26.6 (X)

Employed civilian population 16 years and over ..................... 37,300 100.0

OCCUPATION Management, professional, and related
occupations ................................ 9,980 26.8
Service occupations .......................... 5,374 14.4
Sales and office occupations .................. 11,574 31.0
Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations....... 68 0. 2
Construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations ................................ 2,854 7.7

Production, transportation, and material moving occupations ................................ 7,450 20.0

INDUSTRY Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting,
and mining ................................. 139 0. 4
Construction ................................. 1,389 3.7
Manufacturing................................ 7,093 19.0
Wholesale trade.............................. 1,641 4.4
Retail trade .................................. 4,205 11.3
Transportation and warehousing, and utilities .... 3,528 9.5
Information .................................. 1,241 3.3
Finance, insurance, real estate, and rental and leasing ..................................... 1,934 5.2

Professional, scientific, management, adminis-trative, and waste management services ....... 3, 116 8. 4
Educational, health and social services ......... 7,820 21.0
Arts, entertainment, recreation, accommodation and food services ........................... 1,998 5.4

Other services (except public administration) .... 1,666 4.5
Public administration.......................... 1,530 4.1

CLASS OF WORKER Private wage and salary workers ............... 28,612 76.7
Government workers.......................... 6,745 18.1
Self-employed workers in own not incorporated business ................................... 1,840 4.9

Unpaid family workers ........................ 103 0. 3

Subject Number Percent
INCOME IN 1999 Households............................. 24,618 100.0

Less than $10,000............................ 1,544 6.3
$10,000 to $14,999........................... 1,188 4.8
$15,000 to $24,999........................... 2,345 9.5
$25,000 to $34,999........................... 2,596 10.5
$35,000 to $49,999........................... 3,971 16.1
$50,000 to $74,999........................... 6,177 25.1
$75,000 to $99,999........................... 3,430 13.9
$100,000 to $149,999. . . . . . . . ................. 2,510 10.2
$150,000 to $199,999. . . . . . . . ................. 536 2. 2
$200,000 or more ............................ 321 1. 3
Median household income (dollars) ............. 52,284 (X)

With earnings ................................ 20,985 85.2
Mean earnings (dollars) 1 .................... 59,253 (X) With Social Security income ................... 6,094 24.8

Mean Social Security income (dollars) 1 ....... 10,747 (X)
With Supplemental Security Income . ........... 1,973 8.0
Mean Supplemental Security Income (dollars) 1 ................................. 7,315 (X)

With public assistance income ................. 1,343 5.5
Mean public assistance income (dollars) 1 ..... 5,474 (X)
With retirement income . . . . . . . ................ 4,875 19.8
Mean retirement income (dollars) 1 ............ 20,690 (X)

Families ................................ 20,271 100.0 Less than $10,000............................ 812 4. 0

$10,000 to $14,999........................... 709 3. 5
$15,000 to $24,999........................... 1,779 8.8
$25,000 to $34,999........................... 2,195 10.8
$35,000 to $49,999........................... 3,460 17.1
$50,000 to $74,999........................... 5,262 26.0
$75,000 to $99,999........................... 2,987 14.7
$100,000 to $149,999. . . . . . . . ................. 2,298 11.3
$150,000 to $199,999. . . . . . . . ................. 485 2. 4
$200,000 or more ............................ 284 1. 4
Median family income (dollars) ................. 54,886 (X)

Per capita income (dollars) 1 ................... 17,107 (X)
Median earnings (dollars): Male full-time, year-round workers.............. 33,579 (X)

Female full-time, year-round workers . . ......... 31,110 (X)

Subject
Number below
poverty level
Percent below
poverty level

POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 Families ................................ 1,463 7.2
With related children under 18 years............ 1,134 9.3
With related children under 5 years. .......... 560 11. 8

Families with female householder, no husband present . ...................... 576 14.0

With related children under 18 years............ 484 19.2
With related children under 5 years. .......... 247 25.6

Individuals . . . ........................... 8,216 9.3 18 years and over ............................ 5,465 8.6
65 years and over .......................... 791 8. 6
Related children under 18 years ............... 2,652 10.9
Related children 5 to 17 years ............... 2,005 10.8
Unrelated individuals 15 years and over......... 2,377 28.2

-Represents zero or rounds to zero. (X) Not applicable. 1 If the denominator of a mean value or per capita value is less than 30, then that value is calculated using a rounded aggregate in the numerator.
See text.
Source: U. S. Bureau of the Census, Census 2000.

 
 
 
  Selected Housing Characteristics  
  Table DP-4. Profile of Selected Housing Characteristics: 2000
Geographic area: Carson city, California

[ Data based on a sample. For information on confidentiality protection, sampling error, nonsampling error, and definitions, see text ]

Subject Number - Percent
Total housing units.................... 25,306 100.0 UNITS IN STRUCTURE

1-unit, detached.............................. 17,655 69.8
1-unit, attached .............................. 2,277 9.0
2 units ...................................... 256 1. 0
3 or 4 units .................................. 459 1. 8
5 to 9 units .................................. 567 2. 2
10 to 19 units ................................ 308 1. 2
20 or more units ............................. 1,282 5.1
Mobile home................................. 2,488 9.8
Boat, RV, van, etc ............................ 14 0. 1

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 1999 to March 2000 .......................... 201 0. 8
1995 to 1998 ................................ 331 1. 3
1990 to 1994 ................................ 714 2. 8
1980 to 1989 ................................ 2,247 8.9
1970 to 1979 ................................ 4,764 18.8
1960 to 1969 ................................ 8,971 35.5
1940 to 1959 ................................ 7,276 28.8
1939 or earlier ............................... 802 3. 2

ROOMS 1 room ...................................... 568 2. 2
2 rooms ..................................... 1,936 7.7
3 rooms ..................................... 3,955 15.6
4 rooms ..................................... 2,980 11.8
5 rooms ..................................... 5,407 21.4
6 rooms ..................................... 5,050 20.0
7 rooms ..................................... 3,408 13.5
8 rooms ..................................... 1,324 5.2
9 or more rooms ............................. 678 2. 7
Median (rooms) .............................. 5. 1 (X)

Occupied housing units ............... 24,624 100.0 YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT
1999 to March 2000 .......................... 2,930 11.9
1995 to 1998 ................................ 5,908 24.0
1990 to 1994 ................................ 3,567 14.5
1980 to 1989 ................................ 4,981 20.2
1970 to 1979 ................................ 4,409 17.9
1969 or earlier ............................... 2,829 11.5

VEHICLES AVAILABLE None ....................................... 1,500 6.1
1........................................... 6,358 25.8
2........................................... 9,682 39.3
3 or more ................................... 7,084 28.8

HOUSE HEATING FUEL Utility gas ................................... 20,815 84.5
Bottled, tank, or LP gas ....................... 206 0. 8
Electricity.................................... 2,835 11.5
Fuel oil, kerosene, etc ........................ --Coal
or coke................................. --Wood.......................................
58 0. 2
Solar energy................................. 28 0. 1
Other fuel ................................... 38 0. 2
No fuel used................................. 644 2. 6

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS Lacking complete plumbing facilities ............ 162 0. 7
Lacking complete kitchen facilities .............. 170 0. 7
No telephone service ......................... 220 0. 9

Subject Number Percent
OCCUPANTS PER ROOM Occupied housing units ............... 24,624 100.0

1.00 or less. . . ............................... 18,798 76.3
1.01 to 1.50 ................................. 2,770 11.2
1.51 or more................................. 3,056 12.4

Specified owner-occupied units ........ 16,232 100.0 VALUE
Less than $50,000............................ 83 0. 5
$50,000 to $99,999........................... 647 4. 0
$100,000 to $149,999. . . . . . . . ................. 2,726 16.8
$150,000 to $199,999. . . . . . . . ................. 7,297 45.0
$200,000 to $299,999. . . . . . . . ................. 5,069 31.2
$300,000 to $499,999. . . . . . . . ................. 366 2. 3
$500,000 to $999,999. . . . . . . . ................. 21 0. 1
$1,000,000 or more........................... 23 0. 1
Median (dollars) .............................. 183,200 (X)

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS
With a mortgage ............................. 13,601 83.8
Less than $300 .......................... 20 0. 1
$300 to $499 ............................ 315 1. 9
$500 to $699 ............................ 611 3. 8
$700 to $999 ............................ 1,644 10.1
$1,000 to $1,499 ......................... 5,344 32.9
$1,500 to $1,999 ......................... 3,999 24.6
$2,000 or more . ......................... 1,668 10.3
Median (dollars) .......................... 1,409 (X)
Not mortgaged . . . . . .......................... 2,631 16.2
Median (dollars) .......................... 247 (X)

SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD
INCOME IN 1999
Less than 15.0 percent........................ 4,139 25.5
15.0 to 19.9 percent .......................... 2,334 14.4
20.0 to 24.9 percent .......................... 2,211 13.6
25.0 to 29.9 percent .......................... 2,025 12.5
30.0 to 34.9 percent .......................... 1,376 8.5
35.0 percent or more . . . . . .................... 3,952 24.3
Not computed................................ 195 1. 2

Specified renter-occupied units ........ 5,412 100.0 GROSS RENT
Less than $200 . . . ........................... 89 1. 6
$200 to $299 . . . . . ........................... 216 4. 0
$300 to $499 . . . . . ........................... 747 13.8
$500 to $749 . . . . . ........................... 1,558 28.8
$750 to $999 . . . . . ........................... 1,572 29.0
$1,000 to $1,499 ............................. 982 18.1
$1,500 or more . . . ........................... 114 2. 1
No cash rent................................. 134 2. 5
Median (dollars) .............................. 754 (X)

GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999
Less than 15.0 percent........................ 1,000 18.5
15.0 to 19.9 percent .......................... 726 13.4
20.0 to 24.9 percent .......................... 770 14.2
25.0 to 29.9 percent .......................... 542 10.0
30.0 to 34.9 percent .......................... 419 7. 7
35.0 percent or more . . . . . .................... 1,761 32.5
Not computed................................ 194 3. 6

-Represents zero or rounds to zero. (X) Not applicable.
Source: U. S. Bureau of the Census, Census 2000.

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