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Scientific Data Documentation
STF3 - Zipcode Level Socio-Economic Status, 1990
SEE STF3B 1990 DATASET NAMES

 

ABSTRACT

 THE USER SHOULD NOTE THAT THERE ARE LIMITATIONS TO MANY OF THESE DATA.
 PLEASE REFER TO THE TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION PROVIDED WITH SUMMARY TAPE FILE 3
 ON CD-ROM FOR A FURTHER EXPLANATION ON THE LIMITATIONS OF THE DATA.

 CITATION

 CENSUS OF POPULATION AND HOUSING, 1990:  SUMMARY TAPE FILE 3 ON CD-ROM
 (MACHINE-READABLE DATA FILES) / PREPARED BY THE BUREAU OF THE CENSUS.
 -WASHINGTON: THE BUREAU (PRODUCER AND DISTRIBUTOR), 1992.

 TYPE OF FILE

 SUMMARY STATISTICS.

 UNIVERSE DESCRIPTION

  ALL PERSONS AND HOUSING UNITS IN THE UNITED STATES.

 SUBJECT MATTER DESCRIPTION

 SUMMARY TAPE FILE 3 (STF 3) CONTAINS SAMPLE DATA WEIGHTED TO REPRESENT THE
 TOTAL POPULATION.  IN ADDITION, THE FILE CONTAINS 100-PERCENT CO UNWEIGHTED
 SAMPLE COUNTS FOR TOTAL PERSONS AND TOTAL HOUSING UNITS.  OTHER POPULATION AND
 HOUSING ITEMS ARE LISTED BELOW.  PLEASE SEE THE LIST OF TABLES CHAPTER FOR A
 COMPLETE LISTING.

 POPULATION ITEMS INCLUDE:

 AGE
 ANCESTRY
 CITIZENSHIP
 CLASS OF WORKER
 EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
 EMPLOYMENT STATUS
 FAMILY TYPE
 FARM AND NONFARM POPULATION
 FOREIGN-BORN STATUS
 GROUP QUARTERS
 HISPANIC ORIGIN
 HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
 INCOME IN 1989
 INDUSTRY
 LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME
 MARITAL STATUS
 MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK
 MOBILITY LIMITATION STATUS
 OCCUPATION
 PLACE OF BIRTH
 PLACE OF WORK
 POVERTY STATUS IN 1989
 PRIVATE VEHICLE OCCUPANCY
 RACE
 RESIDENCE IN 1985
 SCHOOL ENROLLMENT
 SELF-CARE LIMITATION STATUS
 SEX
 TRAVEL TIME TO WORK
 URBAN AND RURAL POPULATION
 VETERAN/MILITARY STATUS
 WORK DISABILITY STATUS
 WORK STATUS IN 1989
 WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989

 HOUSING ITEMS INCLUDE:

 AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
 BEDROOMS
 CONDOMINIUM STATUS
 FARM AND NONFARM HOUSING
 HEATING FUEL
 HISPANIC ORIGIN OF HOUSEHOLDER
 HOUSING UNITS
 KITCHEN FACILITIES
 MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT
 MORTGAGE STATUS
 OCCUPANCY STATUS
 PLUMBING FACILITIES
 RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER
 RENT
 ROOMS
 SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS
 SEWAGE DISPOSAL
 TELEPHONE AVAILABILITY
 TENURE
 UNITS IN STRUCTURE
 URBAN AND RURAL HOUSING
 UTILITIES IN RENT
 VALUE OF HOUSING UNIT
 VEHICLES AVAILABLE
 WATER SOURCE
 YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT
 YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT

 SELECTED AGGREGATES AND MEDIANS ALSO ARE PROVIDED.  DATA ARE PRESENTED IN 193
 POPULATION TABLES (MATRICES) AND 99 HOUSING TABLES (MATRICES).

 GEOGRAPHIC COVERAGE

 SUMMARY TAPE FILE 3 IS RELEASED AS FILE 3A, FILE 3B, FILE 3C, AND FILE 3D.
 THE RECORD LAYOUT IS IDENTICAL FOR ALL FOUR FILES BUT THE GEOGRAPHIC COVERAGE
 DIFFERS.

 THIS ABSTRACT LISTS ONLY THE MOST FREQUENTLY ACCESSED GEOGRAPHIC LEVELS. THE
 SUMMARY LEVEL SEQUENCE CHARTS CHAPTER OUTLINES THE HIERARCHICAL AND INVENTORY
 SUMMARIES IN THEIR ENTIRETY.

 STF 3A PROVIDES DATA FOR STATES AND THEIR SUBAREAS IN HIERARCHICAL SEQUENCE
 DOWN TO THE BLOCK GROUP LEVEL.  THIS HIERARCHY IS SHOWN BELOW:

 STATE
   COUNTY
     COUNTY SUBDIVISION
      PLACE (OR PLACE PART)
        CENSUS TRACT/BLOCK NUMBERING AREA (BNA) (OR PART)
         BLOCK GROUP (OR PART)
   STATE PORTION OF AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE AREA (WITH TRUST LANDS
   AND WITH NO TRUST LANDS)
    COUNTY PORTION OF AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE AREA
  ALASKA NATIVE REGIONAL CORPORATION
  STATE PORTION OF METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA
 (MSA)/CONSOLIDATED
   METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (CMSA)/PRIMARY METROPOLITAN
 STATISTICAL
   AREA (PMSA)
  STATE PORTION OF URBANIZED AREAS (UA)

 FILE 3A ALSO HAS INVENTORY (COMPLETE) SUMMARIES FOR THE FOLLOWING GEOGRAPHIC
 AREAS:

   CENSUS TRACT/BLOCK NUMBERING AREA (BNA)
   BLOCK GROUP
   PLACE
   CONSOLIDATED CITY

 STF 3B PROVIDES ZIP CODE DATA FOR THE 5-DIGIT ZIP CODES WITHIN EACH STATE
 INCLUDING COUNTY  PORTIONS OF THE ZIP CODES.  THE HIERARCHY FOR THE FILE IS
 SHOWN BELOW:

 ZIP CODE
   STATE
     COUNTY

 STF 3C PROVIDES SUMMARIES FOR THE ENTIRE UNITED STATES.  THE FILE STRUCTURE IS
 AS FOLLOWS:

 UNITED STATES
 REGION
 DIVISION
 STATE
   COUNTY
   COUNTY SUBDIVISION WITH 10,000 OR MORE PERSONS (12 STATES)
   COUNTY SUBDIVISION WITH FEWER THAN 10,000 PERSONS AND IN AN
 MSA/CMSA (6 STATES)
  PLACE WITH 10,000 OR MORE PERSONS
  CONSOLIDATED CITY
 AMERICAN INDIAN/ALASKA NATIVE AREAS (WITH TRUST LANDS AND WITH NO TRUST LANDS)
 ALASKA NATIVE REGIONAL CORPORATION
 METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (MSA)/CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN
 STATISTICAL
  AREA (CMSA)/PRIMARY METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (PMSA)
 URBANIZED AREA (UA)

 STF 3D IS NOT AVAILABLE ON CD-ROM.

 RELATED PRODUCTS

 LISTED BELOW ARE THE 1990 CENSUS PRINTED REPORTS CONTAINING SAMPLE DATA FROM
 STF 3 AND STF 4.  THESE REPORTS WILL BE AVAILABLE FROM SUPERINTENDENT OF
 DOCUMENTS, U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, WASHINGTON, DC 20402.  AN ORDER
 FORM FOLLOWS THIS ABSTRACT.

 1990 CPH-3, POPULATION AND HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS FOR CENSUS TRACTS AND
 BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS.  ONE REPORT WILL BE PUBLISHED FOR EACH METROPOLITAN
 AREA (MA) AND ONE FOR THE NON-METROPOLITAN BALANCE OF EACH STATE, PUERTO RICO
 AND THE U. S.  VIRGIN ISLANDS SHOWING DATA FOR MOST OF THE POPULATION AND
 HOUSING SUBJECTS INCLUDED IN THE 1990 CENSUS.  SOME TABLES WILL BE BASED ON
 THE 100-PERCENT TABULATIONS, OTHERS ON THE SAMPLE TABULATIONS.  SCHEDULED FOR
 RELEASE IN 1992-93.

 1990 CPH-4, POPULATION AND HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS FOR CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS
 OF THE 103RD CONGRESS.  A REPORT FOR EACH STATE AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
 WHICH PROVIDES BOTH 100-PERCENT AND SAMPLE DATA FOR STATES, CONGRESSIONAL
 DISTRICTS AND, WITHIN CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS, COUNTIES, PLACES OF 10,000 OR
 MORE INHABITANTS, COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS OF 10,000 OR MORE INHABITANTS IN 12
 STATES, AND AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE AREAS. SCHEDULED FOR RELEASE IN
 1993.

 1990 CPH-5, SUMMARY SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, AND HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS.  THESE
 REPORTS, ISSUED FOR THE UNITED STATES, STATES, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, PUERTO
 RICO, AND THE U. S. VIRGIN ISLANDS, PROVIDE SAMPLE POPULATION AND HOUSING DATA
 FOR STATES AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTAL UNITS (I. E., COUNTIES, PLACES, TOWNS, AND
 TOWNSHIPS), OTHER COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS, AND AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE
 AREAS.  SCHEDULED FOR RELEASE IN 1992-93.

 1990 CP-2, SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS.  THESE REPORTS ARE ISSUED FOR
 THE UNITED STATES, STATES, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, PUERTO RICO, AND THE U. S.
 VIRGIN ISLANDS.  THEY FOCUS ON THE POPULATION SUBJECTS COLLECTED ON A SAMPLE
 BASIS IN 1990.  DATA ARE SHOWN FOR STATES (INCLUDING SUMMARIES SUCH AS URBAN
 AND RURAL), COUNTIES, PLACES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS, COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS
 OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS IN SELECTED STATES, ALASKA NATIVE AREAS, AND EACH
 STATE PORTION OF AMERICAN INDIAN AREAS. SCHEDULED FOR RELEASE IN 1993.

 1990 CP-2-1A, SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS FOR AMERICAN INDIAN AND
 ALASKA NATIVE AREAS.  DATA ARE SHOWN FOR AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE
 AREAS.  SCHEDULED FOR RELEASE IN 1993.

 1990 CP-2-1B, SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS FOR METROPOLITAN AREAS.
 DATA ARE SHOWN FOR MA'S.  SCHEDULED FOR RELEASE IN 1993.

 1990 CP-2-1C, SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS FOR URBANIZED AREAS. DATA
 ARE SHOWN FOR URBANIZED AREAS (UA'S).  SCHEDULED FOR RELEASE IN 1993.

 1990 CP-3, POPULATION SUBJECT REPORTS.  THIRTY REPORTS ARE PLANNED COVERING
 POPULATION SUBJECTS AND SUBGROUPS.   THESE INCLUDE MIGRATION, INCOME, AND THE
 OLDER POPULATION.  GEOGRAPHIC AREAS GENERALLY WILL INCLUDE THE UNITED STATES,
 REGIONS, AND DIVISIONS; SOME REPORTS MAY INCLUDE DATA FOR HIGHLY POPULATED
 AREAS, SUCH AS STATES, MA'S, COUNTIES AND LARGE PLACES.  SCHEDULED FOR RELEASE
 IN 1993.

 1990 CH-2, DETAILED HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS.  THESE REPORTS, ISSUED FOR THE
 UNITED STATES, STATES, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, PUERTO RICO, AND THE U. S. VIRGIN
 ISLANDS, FOCUS ON THE HOUSING SUBJECTS COLLECTED ON A SAMPLE BASIS IN 1990.
 DATA ARE SHOWN FOR STATES (INCLUDING SUMMARIES SUCH AS URBAN AND RURAL),
 COUNTIES, PLACES OF 2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS, COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS OF 2,500 OR
 MORE INHABITANTS IN SELECTED STATES, ALASKA NATIVE AREAS AND THE STATE PORTION
 OF AMERICAN INDIAN AREAS.  SCHEDULED FOR RELEASE IN 1993.

 1990 CH-2-1A, DETAILED HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS FOR AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA
 NATIVE AREAS.  DATA ARE SHOWN FOR AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE AREAS.
 SCHEDULED FOR RELEASE IN 1993.

 1990 CH-2-1B, DETAILED HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS FOR METROPOLITAN AREAS.  DATA
 ARE SHOWN FOR MA'S.  SCHEDULED FOR RELEASE IN 1993.

 1990 CH-2-1C, DETAILED HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS FOR URBANIZED AREAS.  DATA ARE
 SHOWN FOR UA'S.  SCHEDULED FOR RELEASE IN 1993.

 1990 CH-3, HOUSING SUBJECT REPORTS.  TEN HOUSING SUBJECT REPORTS ARE PLANNED
 COVERING 1990 CENSUS ITEMS SUCH AS STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS AND SPACE
 UTILIZATION.  GEOGRAPHIC AREAS GENERALLY INCLUDE THE UNITED STATES, REGIONS,
 AND DIVISIONS; SOME REPORTS MAY INCLUDE DATA FOR OTHER HIGHLY POPULATED
 GEOGRAPHIC AREAS SUCH AS STATES, MA'S, COUNTIES, AND LARGE PLACES.  SCHEDULED
 FOR RELEASE IN 1993.

 STF 3 DATA ALSO ARE AVAILABLE ON TAPE AS FILES 3A, 3B, 3C, AND 3D.  STF 3A
 WILL BE AVAILABLE ON MICROFICHE.

 RELATED REFERENCE MATERIALS

 1990 CENSUS OF POPULATION AND HOUSING TABULATION AND PUBLICATION PROGRAM.
 THIS BOOKLET PROVIDES DESCRIPTIONS OF  THE DATA PRODUCTS AVAILABLE FROM THE
 1990 CENSUS.  AVAILABLE WITHOUT CHARGE FROM CUSTOMER SERVICES, DATA USER
 SERVICES DIVISION, BUREAU OF THE CENSUS, WASHINGTON, DC 20233.
 PHONE: 301-763-4100.  FAX:  301-763-4794.

 CENSUS '90 BASICS.  THIS BOOKLET PROVIDES A GENERAL OVERVIEW OF THE CENSUS
 ACTIVITY AND DETAILED INFORMATION ON CENSUS CONTENT, GEOGRAPHIC AREAS, AND
 PRODUCTS.  AVAILABLE WITHOUT CHARGE FROM CUSTOMER SERVICES (SEE ABOVE).

 CENSUS ABC'S.  APPLICATIONS IN BUSINESS AND COMMUNITY.  THIS BOOKLET
 HIGHLIGHTS KEY INFORMATION ABOUT THE 1990 CENSUS AND ILLUSTRATES A VARIETY
 OF WAYS THE DATA CAN BE USED.  AVAILABLE WITHOUT CHARGE FROM CUSTOMER
 SERVICES (SEE ABOVE).

 A COMPREHENSIVE 1990 CENSUS OF POPULATION AND HOUSING GUIDE WILL BE AVAILABLE
 IN EARLY 1992.  IT WILL PROVIDE DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT ALL ASPECTS OF THE
 CENSUS.

 SOFTWARE

 DATA RETRIEVAL SOFTWARE IS ON THE CD-ROM.  IT CAN BE ACCESSED BY TYPING GO.

 TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

 THE DATA FILES ON THE CD-ROM ARE IN DBASE III + TM FORMAT.  THE FILES FOR
 EACH STATE ARE LABELLED.  STF 3A FILES ARE LABELLED STF300SS.DBF THROUGH
 STF334SS.DBF WHERE SS IS THE TWO-CHARACTER STATE ABBREVIATION. SOME STATE
 FILES WILL OCCUPY MORE THAN ONE CD-ROM.  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, REFER TO
 THE README FILE ON THE CD-ROM.  (INFORMATION ON STF 3B AND STF 3C FILES WILL
 BE AVAILABLE LATER.)

 FILE AVAILABILITY

 CD-ROM'S ARE RELEASED FOR STATES OR GROUPS OF STATES AS THE FILES BECOME
 AVAILABLE.  THE STF 3A CD-ROM WILL BE ISSUED IN MID 1992.  THE STF 3B AND
 STF 3C CD-ROM PRODUCTS WILL BE RELEASED LATER IN 1992.  COST OF EACH CD-ROM
 IS $150.
SUBJECT LOCATOR

GENERAL INFORMATION

 THIS INDEX IS DESIGNED TO QUICKLY IDENTIFY THE STF 3 TABLES NEEDED.  EACH
 TABLE VARIABLE IS LISTED ALPHABETICALLY.  BOTH THE TYPE OF ENTRY BEING
 TABULATED (UNIVERSE), WHICH IS SHOWN IN ITALICS, AND THE RELEVANT TABLE
 NUMBERS APPEAR UNDER THE VARIABLE HEADING.  IF THE ENTRY VARIABLE IS CROSS
 TABULATED BY ANOTHER VARIABLE, THE VARIABLE OF CROSS TABULATION IS INDICATED
 BENEATH THE UNIVERSE AND IS PRECEDED BY THE WORD "BY." THE INDEX ENTRIES FOR
 EACH VARIABLE ARE ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY UNIVERSE, THEN BY VARIABLE OF
 CROSS TABULATION, IF ANY.  FOR EXAMPLE, IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A TABLE
 TABULATING AGE BY SEX FOR FEMALES, CHECK THE INDEX UNDER EITHER OF THE TWO
 VARIABLES.  CHECKING UNDER AGE, YOU FIND AN ENTRY FOR A TABLE WITH A
 UNIVERSE OF FEMALES.  CHECKING THE ENTRY, YOU CAN SEE THAT AGE IS CROSS
 TABULATED BY SEX IN TABLE P15B.
INDEX (ALPHABETICAL)

NUMBERS
 100-PERCENT COUNT OF HOUSING UNITS
   HOUSING UNITS                                                          H3
   SEE ALSO HOUSING UNITS

 100-PERCENT COUNT OF PERSONS
   PERSONS                                                                P3
   SEE ALSO PERSONS
A'S
 AFRICAN-AMERICAN - SEE RACE

 AGE
   AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT FEMALES
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                     P14F
   AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT MALES
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                     P14E
   ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER FEMALES
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                     P14H
   ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER MALES
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                     P14G
   BLACK FEMALES
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                     P14D
   BLACK MALES
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                     P14C
   CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
     16 YEARS AND OVER
       BY SEX BY MOBILITY AND SELF-CARE LIMITATION STATUS                P69
       BY SEX BY MOBILITY LIMITATION STATUS BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS         P67
       BY SEX BY WORK DISABILITY STATUS AND EMPLOYMENT STATUS            P66
       BY SEX BY WORK DISABILITY STATUS BY MOBILITY AND SELF-CARE
        LIMITATION STATUS                                                P68
   FEMALES
     BY SEX                                                             P15B
   FEMALES 15 YEARS AND OVER
     BY AGGREGATE NUMBER OF CHILDREN EVER BORN BY MARITAL STATUS         P39
     BY MARITAL STATUS                                                   P38
   MALES
     BY SEX                                                             P15A
   OTHER RACE FEMALES
     BY AGE BY SEX                                                      P14J
   OTHER RACE MALES
     BY AGE BY SEX                                                      P14I
   PERSONS                                                               P13
     BY CITIZENSHIP                                                      P37
   PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
     BY LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH             P28
   PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     BY SEX BY VETERAN STATUS                                            P64
   PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
     BY POVERTY STATUS IN 1989                                          P117
     BY POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP       P122
     BY POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 BY RACE                                  P119
     BY POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 BY SEX                                   P118
   PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS
     BY GROUP QUARTERS                                                   P41
   PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS
     BY AGGREGATE PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS BY
      PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME IN 1989                                  P106
   PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN FOR WHOM
    POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED BY POVERTY STATUS IN 1989              P120
   WHITE FEMALES
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                     P14B
   WHITE MALES
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                     P14A
   SEE ALSO HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN

 AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
   AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT HOUSEHOLDS
     BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER
     BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989                                        P87C
   ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER HOUSEHOLDS
     BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER
     BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989                                        P87D
   BLACK HOUSEHOLDS
     BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER
     BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989                                        P87B
   HOUSEHOLDS
     BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989                                         P86
     BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE                                                   P24
     BY POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE                        P127
   HOUSEHOLDS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
     BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989                                         P88
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY PLUMBING FACILITIES                                              H68
     BY TELEPHONE IN HOUSING UNIT                                        H36
     BY TENURE                                                           H13
     BY VEHICLES AVAILABLE                                               H41
   OTHER RACE HOUSEHOLDS
     BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER
     BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989                                        P87E
   SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD
     INCOME IN 1989                                                      H60
   SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989           H51
   WHITE HOUSEHOLDS
     BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER
     BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989                                        P87A

 AGE, LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME, AND LINGUISTIC ISOLATION
   PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER                                              P30
   SEE ALSO AGE
   SEE ALSO HOUSEHOLD LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTIC ISOLATION
   SEE ALSO LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME
   SEE ALSO LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH

 AGGREGATE CONTRACT RENT
   SEE AGGREGATE GROSS RENT
   SEE GROSS RENT
   SEE GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989
   SEE MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT
   SEE MEDIAN GROSS RENT
   SEE MEDIAN GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN
 1989

 AGGREGATE FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 FAMILIES
   BY FAMILY INCOME IN 1989                                             P108
   BY FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN                      P109
   BY WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989                                         P113
   SEE ALSO FAMILY INCOME IN 1989

 AGGREGATE FARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME IN 1989
   HOUSEHOLDS                                                           P100
   SEE ALSO FARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME IN 1989

 AGGREGATE GROSS RENT
   SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS PAYING CASH RENT              H44
     BY MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT                                           H48
   SEE ALSO GROSS RENT
   SEE ALSO GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989
   SEE ALSO MEDIAN GROSS RENT
   SEE ALSO MEDIAN GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME
 IN 1989

 AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989
   HOUSEHOLDS                                                            P81
     BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                              P84
   HOUSEHOLDS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN                        P85
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY TENURE AND MORTGAGE STATUS                                       H63
   SEE ALSO HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989

 AGGREGATE INCOME IN 1989
   PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER
     BY GROUP QUARTERS                                                  P114
     BY RACE                                                            P115
   PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN 15 YEARS AND OVER                         P116

 AGGREGATE INTEREST, DIVIDEND, OR NET RENTAL INCOME IN 1989
   HOUSEHOLDS                                                           P101
   SEE ALSO INTEREST, DIVIDEND, OR NET RENTAL INCOME IN 1989

 AGGREGATE NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989
   NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS
     BY NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989                              P111
   SEE ALSO NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989

 AGGREGATE NONFARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME IN 1989
   HOUSEHOLDS                                                            P99
   SEE ALSO NONFARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME IN 1989

 AGGREGATE NUMBER OF CHILDREN EVER BORN
   FEMALES 15 YEARS AND OVER
     BY MARITAL STATUS BY AGE                                            P39

 AGGREGATE OTHER TYPE OF INCOME IN 1989
   HOUSEHOLDS                                                           P105
   SEE ALSO OTHER TYPE OF INCOME IN 1989

 AGGREGATE PERSONS
   PERSONS IN OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY TENURE                                                           H19
     BY TENURE BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                    H14
   PERSONS IN OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
     BY TENURE                                                           H15
   SEE ALSO PERSONS

 AGGREGATE PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS
   PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS
     BY PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME IN 1989
     BY AGE                                                             P106

 AGGREGATE PRICE ASKED
   SEE AGGREGATE VALUE
   SEE VALUE

 AGGREGATE PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME IN 1989
   HOUSEHOLDS                                                           P103
   SEE ALSO PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME IN 1989

 AGGREGATE RENT ASKED
   SEE MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT

 AGGREGATE RETIREMENT INCOME IN 1989
   HOUSEHOLDS                                                           P104
   SEE ALSO RETIREMENT INCOME IN 1989

 AGGREGATE ROOMS
   HOUSING UNITS                                                         H17
   SEE ALSO ROOMS

 AGGREGATE SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS
   OWNER-OCCUPIED CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS
     BY MORTGAGE STATUS                                                  H57
   OWNER-OCCUPIED MOBILE HOMES OR TRAILERS
     BY MORTGAGE STATUS                                                  H56
   SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS BY MORTGAGE STATUS             H53
   SEE ALSO MEDIAN SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AND MORTGAGE
 STATUS
   SEE ALSO MEDIAN SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE
    OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989 AND MORTGAGE STATUS
   SEE ALSO MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS
   SEE ALSO SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF
 HOUSEHOLD
    INCOME IN 1989

 AGGREGATE SOCIAL SECURITY INCOME IN 1989
   HOUSEHOLDS                                                           P102
   SEE ALSO SOCIAL SECURITY INCOME IN 1989

 AGGREGATE TRAVEL TIME TO WORK (IN MINUTES)
   WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER WHO DID NOT WORK AT HOME                    P51
   SEE ALSO TRAVEL TIME TO WORK

 AGGREGATE VALUE
   SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY MORTGAGE STATUS                                                  H62
   SEE ALSO MEDIAN VALUE
   SEE ALSO VALUE

 AGGREGATE VEHICLES AVAILABLE
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY TENURE                                                           H38
   SEE ALSO VEHICLES AVAILABLE

 AGGREGATE WAGE OR SALARY INCOME IN 1989
   HOUSEHOLDS                                                            P98
   SEE ALSO WAGE OR SALARY INCOME IN 1989

 ALASKA NATIVE
   SEE RACE

 ALEUT
   SEE RACE

 AMERICAN INDIAN
   SEE RACE

 ANCESTRY
   PERSONS                                                          P32,P33,
                                                                    P34,P35

 ASIAN
   SEE RACE

 ASIAN INDIAN
   SEE RACE
B'S - F'S

 BEDROOMS
   HOUSING UNITS                                                         H31
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY TENURE                                                           H33
   SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY GROSS RENT                                                       H34
   VACANT HOUSING UNITS                                                  H32
   SEE ALSO AGGREGATE ROOMS
   SEE ALSO ROOMS

 BLACK
   SEE RACE

 CAMBODIAN
   SEE RACE

 CENTRAL AMERICAN
   SEE HISPANIC ORIGIN

 CHICANO
   SEE HISPANIC ORIGIN

 CHILDREN
   SEE AGGREGATE NUMBER OF CHILDREN EVER BORN
   SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN
   SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP

 CHINESE
   SEE RACE

 CITIZENSHIP
   PERSONS
     BY AGE                                                              P37

 CLASS OF WORKER
   EMPLOYED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                    P79
   SEE ALSO INDUSTRY
   SEE ALSO OCCUPATION

 COLOMBIAN
   SEE HISPANIC ORIGIN

 CONDOMINIUM STATUS
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY TENURE AND MORTGAGE STATUS                                        H7
   VACANT HOUSING UNITS
     BY VACANCY STATUS                                                    H6

 CONGREGATE HOUSING
   SEE MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT

 CONTRACT RENT
   SEE AGGREGATE GROSS RENT

 CUBAN
   SEE HISPANIC ORIGIN

 DIVIDEND
   SEE INTEREST, DIVIDEND, OR NET RENTAL INCOME IN 1989

 DOMINICAN
   SEE HISPANIC ORIGIN

 EARNINGS IN 1989
   HOUSEHOLDS                                                            P89
   SEE ALSO AGGREGATE WAGE OR SALARY INCOME IN 1989
   SEE ALSO WAGE OR SALARY INCOME IN 1989

 ECUADORIAN
   SEE HISPANIC ORIGIN

 EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
   PERSONS 18 YEARS AND OVER                                             P60
   PERSONS 25 YEARS AND OVER                                             P57
     BY RACE                                                             P58
   PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN 25 YEARS AND OVER                          P59
   SEE ALSO SCHOOL ENROLLMENT
   SEE ALSO SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
   SEE ALSO SCHOOL ENROLLMENT, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, AND
 EMPLOYMENT

 ELDERLY
   SEE AGE

 EMPLOYMENT STATUS
   CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     BY SEX BY AGE BY MOBILITY LIMITATION STATUS                         P67
   PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                      P71
     BY SEX                                                              P70
   PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN 16 YEARS AND OVER
     BY SEX                                                              P72
   SEE ALSO WORK DISABILITY STATUS AND EMPLOYMENT STATUS
   SEE ALSO WORK STATUS IN 1989
   SEE ALSO WORK STATUS IN 1989, USUAL HOURS
    WORKED PER WEEK IN 1989, AND WEEKS WORKED IN 1989

 EMPLOYMENT STATUS OF PARENTS
   OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
     BY PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN                                     P74

 ESKIMO
   SEE RACE

 FAMILIES
   FAMILIES                                                              P4
   SEE ALSO HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP

 FAMILY COMPOSITION
   SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP

 FAMILY INCOME IN 1989
   FAMILIES                                                        P107
     BY AGGREGATE FAMILY INCOME IN 1989                            P108
   SEE ALSO MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989

 FAMILY SIZE
   SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP

 FAMILY TYPE AND AGE
   RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
     BY POVERTY STATUS IN 1989                                     P126
   SEE ALSO AGE

 FAMILY TYPE AND AGE OF CHILDREN
   OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS                                      P23
   SEE ALSO AGE

 FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN
   FAMILIES                                                         P22
     BY AGGREGATE FAMILY INCOME IN 1989                            P109
     BY POVERTY STATUS IN 1989                                     P123
   FAMILIES WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
     BY POVERTY STATUS IN 1989                                     P125
   FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL
     BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                       P124A
   FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL
     BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                       P124B
   SEE ALSO HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
   SEE ALSO PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN
   SEE ALSO PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN AND EMPLOYMENT STATUS

 FARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME IN 1989
   HOUSEHOLDS                                                       P92
   SEE ALSO AGGREGATE FARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME IN 1989

 FEMALES
   SEE SEX

 FILIPINO
   SEE RACE

 FOSTER CHILDREN
   SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
G'S - K'S
 GROSS RENT
   SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS                            H43
     BY BEDROOMS                                                      H34
     BY HISPANIC ORIGIN                                               H46
     BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                           H45
   SEE ALSO AGGREGATE GROSS RENT
   SEE ALSO MEDIAN GROSS RENT
   SEE ALSO MEDIAN GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME
 IN 1989

 GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989
   SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                            H51
     BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989                                      H50
   SEE ALSO MEDIAN GROSS RENT
   SEE ALSO MEDIAN GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME
 IN 1989

 GROUP QUARTERS
   PERSONS
     BY PER CAPITA INCOME IN 1989                                   P114B
   PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER
     BY AGGREGATE INCOME IN 1989                                     P114
   PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS                                          P40
     BY AGE                                                           P41

 GUAMANIAN
   SEE RACE

 HAWAIIAN
   SEE RACE

 HISPANIC ORIGIN
   PERSONS                                                            P11
     BY RACE                                                          P12
   SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY GROSS RENT                                                    H46
   SEE ALSO HISPANIC ORIGIN OF HOUSEHOLDER
   SEE ALSO PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN

 HISPANIC ORIGIN OF HOUSEHOLDER
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                           H11
   SEE ALSO HISPANIC ORIGIN
   SEE ALSO PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN

 HMONG
   SEE RACE

 HOMELESS
   SEE GROUP QUARTERS

 HONDURAN
   SEE HISPANIC ORIGIN

 HOUSE HEATING FUEL
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS                                            H30

 HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989
   AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT HOUSEHOLDS
     BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
     BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                          P87C
   ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER HOUSEHOLDS
     BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
     BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                          P87D
   BLACK HOUSEHOLDS
     BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
     BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                          P87B
     HOUSEHOLDS                                                      P80
     BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                           P86
     BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                          P82
   HOUSEHOLDS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN                    P83
     BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                           P88
   OTHER RACE HOUSEHOLDS
     BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
     BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                          P87E
   SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF
      HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989                                       H59
   SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS BY GROSS RENT AS
    A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989                         H50
   WHITE HOUSEHOLDS
     BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
     BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                          P87A
   SEE ALSO AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989
   SEE ALSO MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989

 HOUSEHOLD LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTIC ISOLATION
   HOUSEHOLDS                                                          P29
   SEE ALSO AGE, LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME, AND LINGUISTIC ISOLATION
   SEE ALSO LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME
   SEE ALSO LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH

 HOUSEHOLD SIZE
   SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP

 HOUSEHOLD SIZE AND HOUSEHOLD TYPE
   SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE
   SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN
   SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP

 HOUSEHOLD TYPE
   HOUSEHOLDS
     BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                             P24
     BY POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER                   P127

 HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND HOUSEHOLD SIZE
   SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP

 HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN
   HOUSEHOLDS                                                          P19
     BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                            P20
   HOUSEHOLDS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN                      P21
   SEE ALSO HOUSEHOLD TYPE
   SEE ALSO PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN
   SEE ALSO PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN AND EMPLOYMENT STATUS

 HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
   PERSONS                                                             P17
   PERSONS 65 YEARS AND OVER                                           P18
   PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
    BY POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 BY AGE                                  P122
   SEE ALSO HOUSEHOLD TYPE
   SEE ALSO HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN

 HOUSEHOLDS
   HOUSEHOLDS                                                           P5
   SEE ALSO HOUSEHOLD TYPE
   SEE ALSO HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP

 HOUSING UNITS
   HOUSING UNITS                                                        H1
   SEE ALSO 100-PERCENT COUNT OF HOUSING UNITS
   SEE ALSO PERCENT OF HOUSING UNITS IN SAMPLE
   SEE ALSO UNWEIGHTED SAMPLE COUNT OF HOUSING UNITS

 IMPUTATION OF ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
   PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER                                            P147

 IMPUTATION OF AGE
   PERSONS                                                             P131

 IMPUTATION OF ANCESTRY
   PERSONS                                                             P142

 IMPUTATION OF BEDROOMS
   HOUSING UNITS                                                        H81

 IMPUTATION OF CHILDREN EVER BORN
   FEMALES 15 YEARS AND OVER                                           P153

 IMPUTATION OF CITIZENSHIP
   PERSONS                                                             P137

 IMPUTATION OF CLASS OF WORKER
   EMPLOYED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                  P165

 IMPUTATION OF CONDOMINIUM STATUS
   HOUSING UNITS                                                        H73

 IMPUTATION OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
   PERSONS 18 YEARS AND OVER                                           P140
   PERSONS 25 YEARS AND OVER                                           P141

 IMPUTATION OF EMPLOYMENT STATUS
   PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                           P159

 IMPUTATION OF FAMILY INCOME IN 1989
   FAMILIES                                                            P168

 IMPUTATION OF GROSS RENT
   SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS                              H91

 IMPUTATION OF GROUP QUARTERS
   PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS                                           P135

 IMPUTATION OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
   PERSONS                                                             P134

 IMPUTATION OF HOUSE HEATING FUEL
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS                                               H79

 IMPUTATION OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989
   HOUSEHOLDS                                                          P167

 IMPUTATION OF HOUSING ITEMS
   HOUSING UNITS                                                        H72

 IMPUTATION OF INCOME IN 1989
   PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER                                           P166

 IMPUTATION OF INDUSTRY
   EMPLOYED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                  P163

 IMPUTATION OF KITCHEN FACILITIES
   HOUSING UNITS                                                        H80

 IMPUTATION OF LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME
   PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER                                            P146

 IMPUTATION OF LANGUAGE STATUS
   PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER                                            P145

 IMPUTATION OF MARITAL STATUS
   PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER                                           P133

 IMPUTATION OF MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT
   SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS PAYING CASH RENT             H90

 IMPUTATION OF MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK
   WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                           P155

 IMPUTATION OF MOBILITY LIMITATION STATUS
   CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER             P151

 IMPUTATION OF MOBILITY STATUS
   PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER                                            P143

 IMPUTATION OF MORTGAGE STATUS
   SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS                               H84

 IMPUTATION OF MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS
   SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS                               H92

 IMPUTATION OF NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989
   NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS                                                P169

 IMPUTATION OF OCCUPATION
   EMPLOYED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                  P164

 IMPUTATION OF PERIOD OF MILITARY SERVICE
   CIVILIAN VETERANS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                 P149

 IMPUTATION OF PLACE OF BIRTH
   PERSONS                                                             P136

 IMPUTATION OF PLACE OF WORK
   WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                           P154

 IMPUTATION OF PLUMBING FACILITIES
   HOUSING UNITS                                                        H74

 IMPUTATION OF POPULATION ITEMS
   PERSONS                                                             P128

 IMPUTATION OF POVERTY STATUS IN 1989
   PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED                       P170

 IMPUTATION OF PRIVATE VEHICLE OCCUPANCY
   WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                           P156

 IMPUTATION OF RACE
   PERSONS                                                             P132

 IMPUTATION OF RELATIONSHIP
   PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS                                               P129

 IMPUTATION OF RESIDENCE IN 1985
   PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER                                             144
 IMPUTATION OF ROOMS
   HOUSING UNITS                                                        H87

 IMPUTATION OF SCHOOL ENROLLMENT
   PERSONS 3 YEARS AND OVER                                            P139

 IMPUTATION OF SELF-CARE LIMITATION STATUS
   CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER              P152

 IMPUTATION OF SEWAGE DISPOSAL
   HOUSING UNITS                                                         H76

 IMPUTATION OF SEX
   PERSONS                                                              P130

 IMPUTATION OF SOURCE OF WATER
   HOUSING UNITS                                                         H75

 IMPUTATION OF TELEPHONE IN HOUSING UNIT
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS                                                H82

 IMPUTATION OF TENURE
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS                                                H85

 IMPUTATION OF TIME LEAVING HOME TO GO TO WORK
   WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                            P157

 IMPUTATION OF TRAVEL TIME TO WORK
   WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                            P158

 IMPUTATION OF UNITS IN STRUCTURE
   HOUSING UNITS                                                         H88

 IMPUTATION OF USUAL HOURS WORKED PER WEEK IN 1989
   PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                            P161

 IMPUTATION OF VACANCY STATUS
   VACANT HOUSING UNITS                                                  H86

 IMPUTATION OF VALUE
   SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS                                H89

 IMPUTATION OF VEHICLES AVAILABLE
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS                                                H83

 IMPUTATION OF VETERAN STATUS
   PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                            P148

 IMPUTATION OF WEEKS WORKED IN 1989
   PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                            P162

 IMPUTATION OF WORK DISABILITY STATUS
   CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER              P150

 IMPUTATION OF WORK STATUS IN 1989
   PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                            P160

 IMPUTATION OF YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS                                                H78

 IMPUTATION OF YEAR OF ENTRY
   FOREIGN-BORN PERSONS                                                 P138

 IMPUTATION OF YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT
   HOUSING UNITS                                                         H77

 INCLUSION OF UTILITIES IN RENT
   SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS                               H49

 INDUSTRY
   EMPLOYED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                    P77
   SEE ALSO CLASS OF WORKER
   SEE ALSO OCCUPATION

 INSTITUTIONALIZED PERSON
   SEE GROUP QUARTERS

 INTEREST, DIVIDEND, OR NET RENTAL INCOME IN 1989
   HOUSEHOLDS                                                            P93
   SEE ALSO AGGREGATE INTEREST, DIVIDEND, OR NET RENTAL INCOME IN
 1989

 JAPANESE
   SEE RACE

 KITCHEN FACILITIES
   HOUSING UNITS                                                         H42

 KOREAN
   SEE RACE
L'S - O'S
 LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME
   PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER                                              P31
   SEE ALSO AGE, LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME, AND LINGUISTIC ISOLATION
   SEE ALSO HOUSEHOLD LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTIC ISOLATION
   SEE ALSO LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH

 LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
   PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
     BY AGE                                                              P28

 LAOTIAN
   SEE RACE

 LOWER VALUE QUARTILE
   SEE VALUE

 MALES
   SEE SEX

 MARITAL STATUS
   FEMALES 15 YEARS AND OVER
     BY AGE                                                              P38
     BY AGGREGATE NUMBER OF CHILDREN EVER BORN
     BY AGE                                                              P39
   PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER
     BY SEX                                                              P27

 MARRIED COUPLES
   SEE MARITAL STATUS

 MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT
   SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS PAYING CASH RENT              H47
     BY AGGREGATE GROSS RENT                                             H48

 MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK
   WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                             P49
   SEE ALSO PRIVATE VEHICLE OCCUPANCY

 MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989
   FAMILIES                                                            P107A
   SEE ALSO FAMILY INCOME IN 1989

 MEDIAN GROSS RENT
   SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS PAYING CASH RENT             H43A
   SEE ALSO AGGREGATE GROSS RENT
   SEE ALSO GROSS RENT

 MEDIAN GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989
   SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS PAYING CASH RENT             H50A
   SEE ALSO GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989

 MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989
   HOUSEHOLDS                                                           P80A
   SEE ALSO AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989
   SEE ALSO HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989

 MEDIAN NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989
   NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS                                                P110A
   SEE ALSO AGGREGATE NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989
   SEE ALSO NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989

 MEDIAN SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AND MORTGAGE STATUS
   SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS                               H52A
   SEE ALSO AGGREGATE SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS
   SEE ALSO MORTGAGE STATUS
   SEE ALSO MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS
   SEE ALSO SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF
    HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989

 MEDIAN SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD
  INCOME IN 1989 AND MORTGAGE STATUS
   SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS                               H58A
   SEE ALSO AGGREGATE SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS
   SEE ALSO MORTGAGE STATUS
   SEE ALSO MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS
   SEE ALSO SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF
    HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989

 MEDIAN VALUE
   SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS                               H61A
   SEE ALSO AGGREGATE VALUE
   SEE ALSO VALUE

 MEDIAN YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT
   HOUSING UNITS                                                        H25A
   SEE ALSO YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT

 MELANESIAN
   SEE RACE

 MEXICAN
   SEE HISPANIC ORIGIN

 MICRONESIAN
   SEE RACE

 MOBILE HOME OR TRAILER
   SEE UNITS IN STRUCTURE

 MOBILITY AND SELF-CARE LIMITATION STATUS
   CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     BY SEX BY AGE                                                       P69
     BY SEX BY AGE BY WORK DISABILITY STATUS                             P68
   SEE ALSO MOBILITY LIMITATION STATUS

 MOBILITY LIMITATION STATUS
   CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     BY SEX BY AGE BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS                                  P67
   SEE ALSO MOBILITY AND SELF-CARE LIMITATION STATUS

 MORTGAGE STATUS
   OWNER-OCCUPIED CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS BY AGGREGATE SELECTED
    MONTHLY OWNER COSTS                                                  H57
   OWNER-OCCUPIED MOBILE HOMES OR TRAILERS BY AGGREGATE SELECTED
    MONTHLY OWNER COSTS                                                  H56
   SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS BY AGGREGATE SELECTED
    MONTHLY OWNER COSTS                                                  H53
     BY AGGREGATE VALUE                                                  H62
     BY SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD
      INCOME IN 1989                                                     H58
   SEE ALSO MEDIAN SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AND MORTGAGE
 STATUS
   SEE ALSO MEDIAN SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF

    HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989 AND MORTGAGE STATUS
   SEE ALSO TENURE AND MORTGAGE STATUS

 MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS
   SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS                                H52
     BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                              H54
   SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF
    HISPANIC ORIGIN                                                      H55
   SEE ALSO AGGREGATE SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS
   SEE ALSO TENURE AND MORTGAGE STATUS

 NICARAGUAN
   SEE HISPANIC ORIGIN

 NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989
   NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS                                                 P110
   BY AGGREGATE NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989                      P111
   SEE ALSO MEDIAN NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989

 NONFARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME IN 1989
   HOUSEHOLDS                                                            P91
   SEE ALSO AGGREGATE NONFARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME IN 1989

 NONINSTITUTIONAL GROUP QUARTERS
   SEE GROUP QUARTERS

 OCCUPANCY STATUS
   HOUSING UNITS                                                         H4
   SEE ALSO TENURE
   SEE ALSO VACANCY STATUS

 OCCUPATION
   EMPLOYED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                   P78
   SEE ALSO CLASS OF WORKER
   SEE ALSO INDUSTRY

 OTHER ASIAN
   SEE RACE

 OTHER CENTRAL AMERICAN
   SEE HISPANIC ORIGIN

 OTHER HISPANIC
   SEE HISPANIC ORIGIN

 OTHER MICRONESIAN
   SEE RACE

 OTHER PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS
   SEE GROUP QUARTERS

 OTHER POLYNESIAN
   SEE RACE

 OTHER RACE
   SEE RACE

 OTHER TYPE OF INCOME IN 1989
   HOUSEHOLDS                                                           P97
   SEE ALSO AGGREGATE OTHER TYPE OF INCOME IN 1989

 OWN CHILDREN
   SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP

 OWNER OCCUPIED
   SEE OCCUPANCY STATUS
   SEE TENURE

 OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
   SEE OCCUPANCY STATUS
   SEE TENURE
P'S - R'S

 PACIFIC ISLANDER
   SEE RACE

 PANAMANIAN
   SEE HISPANIC ORIGIN

 PER CAPITA INCOME IN 1989
   PERSONS                                                            P114A
     BY GROUP QUARTERS                                                P114B
     BY RACE                                                          P115A
   PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN                                         P116A
   SEE ALSO EARNINGS IN 1989

 PERCENT OF HOUSING UNITS IN SAMPLE
   HOUSING UNITS                                                        H3A
   SEE ALSO UNWEIGHTED SAMPLE COUNT OF HOUSING UNITS

 PERCENT OF PERSONS IN SAMPLE
   PERSONS                                                              P3A
   SEE ALSO UNWEIGHTED SAMPLE COUNT OF PERSONS

 PERIOD OF MILITARY SERVICE
   CIVILIAN VETERANS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                  P65
   SEE ALSO VETERAN STATUS

 PERSONS
   PERSONS                                                               P1
   SEE ALSO 100-PERCENT COUNT OF PERSONS
   SEE ALSO AGGREGATE PERSONS
   SEE ALSO PERCENT OF PERSONS IN SAMPLE
   SEE ALSO PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLD
   SEE ALSO PERSONS IN UNIT
   SEE ALSO UNWEIGHTED SAMPLE COUNT OF PERSONS

 PERSONS IN FAMILY
   SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
   SEE PERSONS

 PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLD
   HOUSEHOLDS                                                           P16
   SEE ALSO AGGREGATE PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS
   SEE ALSO HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
   SEE ALSO PERSONS

 PERSONS IN UNIT
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY TENURE                                                           H18
   SEE ALSO AGGREGATE PERSONS
   SEE ALSO PERSONS

 PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
   PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN                                            P10
   SEE ALSO HISPANIC ORIGIN

 PERSONS PER ROOM
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY PLUMBING FACILITIES BY YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT                      H71
     BY TENURE BY PLUMBING FACILITIES                                    H69
   SEE ALSO ROOMS

 PERUVIAN
   SEE HISPANIC ORIGIN

 PLACE OF BIRTH
   PERSONS                                                               P42

 PLACE OF WORK--MINOR CIVIL DIVISION LEVEL
   WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                             P48

 PLACE OF WORK--MSA/PMSA LEVEL
   WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                             P47

 PLACE OF WORK--PLACE LEVEL
   WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                             P46

 PLACE OF WORK--STATE AND COUNTY LEVEL
   WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                             P45

 PLUMBING FACILITIES
   HOUSING UNITS                                                         H64
     BY UNITS IN STRUCTURE                                               H70
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                               H68
     BY PERSONS PER ROOM BY YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT                         H71
     BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                              H66
     BY TENURE BY PERSONS PER ROOM                                       H69
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN            H67
   VACANT HOUSING UNITS                                                  H65

 POLYNESIAN
   SEE RACE

 POVERTY STATUS IN 1989
   FAMILIES
     BY FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN                    P123
   FAMILIES WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
     BY FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN                    P125
   FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL
     BY FAMILY TYPE BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER                             P124A
   FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL
     BY FAMILY TYPE BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER                             P124B
   HOUSEHOLDS
     BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE                            P127
   PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
     BY AGE                                                             P117
     BY AGE BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP                          P122
     BY RACE BY AGE                                                     P119
     BY SEX BY AGE                                                      P118
   PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS
 DETERMINED
     BY AGE                                                             P120
   RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
     BY FAMILY TYPE AND AGE                                             P126
   SEE ALSO RATIO OF INCOME IN 1989 TO POVERTY LEVEL

 PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN
   OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
     BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS OF PARENTS                                     P74
   SEE ALSO HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN
   SEE ALSO SUBFAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN

 PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN AND EMPLOYMENT STATUS
   FEMALES 16 YEARS AND OVER                                             P73
   SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT STATUS
   SEE ALSO SUBFAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN

 PRIVATE VEHICLE OCCUPANCY
   WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                             P53
   SEE ALSO MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK
   SEE ALSO VEHICLES AVAILABLE

 PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME IN 1989
   HOUSEHOLDS                                                            P95
   PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS
     BY AGGREGATE PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS BY AGE                          P106

 PUERTO RICAN
   SEE HISPANIC ORIGIN

 RACE
   AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT FEMALES
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                     P14F
   AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT MALES
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                     P14E
   ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER FEMALES
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                     P14H
   ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER MALES
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                     P14G
   BLACK FEMALES
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                     P14D
   BLACK MALES
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                     P14C
   OTHER RACE FEMALES
     BY AGE BY SEX                                                      P14J
   OTHER RACE MALES
     BY AGE BY SEX                                                      P14I
   PERSONS                                                             P8,P9
     BY HISPANIC ORIGIN                                                  P12
     BY PER CAPITA INCOME IN 1989                                      P115A
   PERSONS 3 YEARS AND OVER
     BY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT                                                P55
   PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER
     BY AGGREGATE INCOME IN 1989                                        P115
   PERSONS 16 TO 19 YEARS
     BY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, AND EMPLOYMENT
      STATUS                                                             P62
   PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     BY SEX BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS                                         P71
   PERSONS 25 YEARS AND OVER BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT                   P58
   PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
     BY POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 BY AGE                                   P119
   WHITE FEMALES
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                     P14B
   WHITE MALES
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                     P14A

 RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER
   AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT HOUSEHOLDS
     BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
     BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989                                        P87C
   ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER HOUSEHOLDS
     BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
     BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989                                        P87D
   BLACK HOUSEHOLDS
     BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
     BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989                                        P87B
   FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL
     BY FAMILY TYPE
     BY POVERTY SATUS IN 1989                                          P124A
   FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL
     BY FAMILY TYPE
     BY POVERTY SATUS IN 1989                                          P124B
     BY AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989                               P84
     BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989                                         P82
     BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN                  P20
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS                                                 H9
     BY HISPANIC ORIGIN OF HOUSEHOLDER                                   H11
     BY PLUMBING FACILITIES                                              H66
     BY TENURE                                                           H10
     BY VEHICLES AVAILABLE                                               H39
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
     BY TENURE                                                           H12
   PERSONS IN OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY AGGREGATE PERSONS BY TENURE                                      H14
   OTHER RACE HOUSEHOLDS
     BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
     BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989                                        P87E
   SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS                 H54
   SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY GROSS RENT                                                       H45
   WHITE HOUSEHOLDS
     BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
     BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989                                        P87A

 RATIO OF INCOME IN 1989 TO POVERTY LEVEL
   PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS
      IS DETERMINED                                                     P121
   SEE ALSO POVERTY STATUS IN 1989

 RELATED CHILDREN
   SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP

 RELATIONSHIP AND AGE
   SEE AGE
   SEE AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER

 RENT
   SEE AGGREGATE RENT ASKED
   SEE MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT
   SEE MEDIAN GROSS RENT

 RENTAL INCOME
   SEE INTEREST, DIVIDEND, OR NET RENTAL INCOME IN 1989

 RENTER OCCUPIED
   SEE OCCUPANCY STATUS
   SEE TENURE

 RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
   SEE OCCUPANCY STATUS
   SEE TENURE

 RESIDENCE IN 1985---MSA/PMSA LEVEL
   PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER                                              P44

 RESIDENCE IN 1985---STATE AND COUNTY LEVEL
   PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER                                              P43

 RETIREMENT INCOME IN 1989
   HOUSEHOLDS                                                            P96

 ROOMS
   HOUSING UNITS                                                         H16
   SEE ALSO AGGREGATE ROOMS
   SEE ALSO BEDROOMS
   SEE ALSO PERSONS PER ROOM
S'S - Z'S
 SALVADORAN
   SEE HISPANIC ORIGIN

 SAMOAN
   SEE RACE

 SCHOOL ENROLLMENT
   PERSONS 3 YEARS AND OVER
     BY RACE                                                             P55
   PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN 3 YEARS AND OVER                           P56
   SEE ALSO EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
   SEE ALSO SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
   SEE ALSO SCHOOL ENROLLMENT, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, AND
    EMPLOYMENT STATUS

 SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
   PERSONS 3 YEARS AND OVER                                              P54
   SEE ALSO EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
   SEE ALSO SCHOOL ENROLLMENT
   SEE ALSO SCHOOL ENROLLMENT, EDUCATIONAL
    ATTAINMENT, AND EMPLOYMENT STATUS

 SCHOOL ENROLLMENT, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, AND EMPLOYMENT STATUS
   PERSONS 16 TO 19 YEARS                                                P61
     BY RACE                                                             P62
   PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN 16 TO 19 YEARS                             P63
   SEE ALSO EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
   SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT STATUS
   SEE ALSO SCHOOL ENROLLMENT

 SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE
  OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989
   SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                               H60
     BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989                                         H59
     BY MORTGAGE STATUS                                                  H58
   SEE ALSO MEDIAN SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER
    COSTS AND MORTGAGE STATUS
   SEE ALSO MEDIAN SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER HOUSEHOLD
    INCOME IN 1989 AND MORTGAGE STATUS

 SEWAGE DISPOSAL
   HOUSING UNITS                                                         H24

 SEX
   AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT FEMALES
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                     P14F
   AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT MALES
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                     P14E
   ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER FEMALES
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                     P14H
   ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER MALES
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                     P14G
   BLACK FEMALES
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                     P14D
   BLACK MALES
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                     P14C
   CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     BY AGE BY MOBILITY AND SELF-CARE LIMITATION STATUS                  P69
     BY AGE BY MOBILITY LIMITATION
      STATUS BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS                                        P67
     BY AGE BY WORK DISABILITY STATUS AND EMPLOYMENT STATUS              P66
     BY AGE BY WORK DISABILITY STATUS
     BY MOBILITY AND SELF-CARE LIMITATION STATUS                         P68
   FEMALES
     BY SEX                                                             P15B
   MALES
     BY SEX                                                             P15A
   OTHER RACE FEMALES
     BY AGE BY SEX                                                      P14J
   OTHER RACE MALES
     BY AGE BY SEX                                                      P14I
   PERSONS                                                                P7
   PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER
     BY MARITAL STATUS                                                   P27
   PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     BY AGE BY VETERAN STATUS                                            P64
     BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS                                                P70
     BY RACE BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS                                        P71
     BY WORK STATUS IN 1989                                              P75
     BY WORK STATUS, USUAL HOURS WORKED PER WEEK, AND WEEKS
      WORKED IN 1989                                                     P76
   PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
     BY POVERTY STATUS IN 1989 BY AGE                                   P118
   PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN 16 YEARS AND OVER
     BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS                                                P72
   WHITE FEMALES
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                     P14B
   WHITE MALES
     BY RACE BY SEX                                                     P14A

 SOCIAL SECURITY INCOME IN 1989
   HOUSEHOLDS                                                            P94
   SEE ALSO AGGREGATE SOCIAL SECURITY INCOME IN 1989

 SOURCE OF WATER
   HOUSING UNITS                                                        H23

 SOUTH AMERICAN
   SEE HISPANIC ORIGIN

 SPANISH
   SEE HISPANIC ORIGIN

 STRUCTURE
   SEE UNITS IN STRUCTURE

 SUBFAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN
   SUBFAMILIES                                                          P25
   SEE ALSO PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN
   SEE ALSO PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN AND EMPLOYMENT STATUS

 SUBFAMILY TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
   PERSONS IN SUBFAMILIES                                               P26
   SEE ALSO HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP

 TELEPHONE IN HOUSING UNIT
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                              H36
     BY TENURE                                                          H35

 TENURE
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS                                               H8
     BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                             H13
     BY AGGREGATE VEHICLES AVAILABLE                                   H38
     BY BEDROOMS                                                       H33
     BY PERSONS IN UNIT                                                H18
     BY PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM                        H69
     BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                            H10
     BY TELEPHONE IN HOUSING UNIT                                      H35
     BY UNITS IN STRUCTURE                                             H22
     BY VEHICLES AVAILABLE                                             H37
     BY YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT                               H29
     BY YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT                                           H27
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
     BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                            H12
   PERSONS IN OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY AGGREGATE PERSONS                                              H19
     BY AGGREGATE PERSONS BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER                       H14
   PERSONS IN OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC
 ORIGIN
     BY AGGREGATE PERSONS                                              H15
   SEE ALSO OCCUPANCY STATUS
   SEE ALSO TENURE AND MORTGAGE STATUS
   SEE ALSO VACANCY STATUS

 TENURE AND MORTGAGE STATUS
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989                             H63
     BY CONDOMINIUM STATUS                                              H7
   SEE ALSO MORTGAGE STATUS
   SEE ALSO MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS

 THAI
   SEE RACE

 TIME LEAVING HOME TO GO TO WORK
   WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                          P52

 TONGAN
   SEE RACE

 TRAVEL TIME TO WORK
   WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER                                          P50
   SEE ALSO AGGREGATE TRAVEL TIME TO WORK

 UNITS IN STRUCTURE
   HOUSING UNITS                                                      H20
     BY PLUMBING FACILITIES                                           H70
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY TENURE                                                        H22
   VACANT HOUSING UNITS                                               H21

 UNWEIGHTED SAMPLE COUNT OF HOUSING UNITS
   HOUSING UNITS                                                       H2
   SEE ALSO PERCENT OF HOUSING UNITS IN SAMPLE

 UNWEIGHTED SAMPLE COUNT OF PERSONS
   PERSONS                                                             P2
   SEE ALSO PERCENT OF PERSONS IN SAMPLE

 UPPER VALUE QUARTILE
   SEE VALUE

 URBAN AND RURAL
   HOUSING UNITS                                                       H5
   PERSONS                                                             P6

 URBANIZED AREA
   SEE URBAN AND RURAL

 VACANCY STATUS
   VACANT HOUSING UNITS
   BY CONDOMINIUM STATUS                                                 H6
   SEE ALSO OCCUPANCY STATUS
   SEE ALSO TENURE

 VALUE
   SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS                                H61
   SEE ALSO AGGREGATE VALUE
   SEE ALSO MEDIAN VALUE

 VEHICLES AVAILABLE
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                               H41
     BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER                                              H39
     BY TENURE                                                           H37
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN            H40
   SEE ALSO AGGREGATE VEHICLES AVAILABLE
   SEE ALSO PRIVATE VEHICLE OCCUPANCY

 VETERAN STATUS
   PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     BY SEX BY AGE                                                      P64
   SEE ALSO PERIOD OF MILITARY SERVICE

 VIETNAMESE
   SEE RACE

 WAGE OR SALARY INCOME IN 1989
   HOUSEHOLDS                                                          P90
   SEE ALSO AGGREGATE WAGE OR SALARY INCOME IN 1989
   SEE ALSO EARNINGS IN 1989

 WHITE
   SEE RACE

 WORK DISABILITY STATUS AND EMPLOYMENT STATUS
   CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     BY SEX BY AGE                                                     P66
   SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT STATUS
   SEE ALSO WORK STATUS IN 1989
   SEE ALSO WORK STATUS, IN 1989, USUAL HOURS
    WORKED PER WEEK IN 1989, AND WEEKS WORKED IN 1989

 WORK DISABILTIY STATUS
   CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     BY SEX BY AGE BY MOBILITY AND SELF-CARE LIMITATION STATUS         P68

 WORK STATUS IN 1989
   PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     BY SEX                                                            P75
   SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT STATUS

 WORK STATUS IN 1989, USUAL HOURS WORKED PER
  WEEK IN 1989, AND WEEKS WORKED IN 1989
   PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     BY SEX                                                            P76
   SEE ALSO EMPLOYMENT STATUS
   SEE ALSO WORK STATUS IN 1989

 WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989
   FAMILIES                                                             P112
     BY AGGREGATE FAMILY INCOME IN 1989                                 P113

 YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS                                                H28
     BY TENURE                                                           H29

 YEAR OF ENTRY
   FOREIGN-BORN PERSONS                                                  P36

 YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT
   HOUSING UNITS                                                         H25
   OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
     BY PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM                          H71
     BY TENURE                                                           H27
   VACANT HOUSING UNITS                                                  H26
   SEE ALSO MEDIAN YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT
HOW TO USE THIS FILE

INTRODUCTION

 THIS CHAPTER SERVES AS A GUIDE FOR DATA USERS TO BOTH THE TAPE AND THE
 TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION.  NOVICE USERS TRYING TO UNDERSTAND HOW TO USE THE
 DOCUMENTATION AND THE FILE SHOULD READ THIS CHAPTER FIRST.

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 THE SUBJECT LOCATOR IS AN AID TO FINDING WHICH TABLES PROVIDE THE INFORMATION
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 PROVIDE TWO TYPES OF PRESENTATIONS FOR THE TABLES AVAILABLE IN THE FILE.  THE
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 TIONS FOR VARIOUS TERMS.  THESE FOOTNOTES ARE LISTED AT THE END OF THE IDENTI-
 FICATION SECTION OF THE DATA DICTIONARY.

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 TABLE (MATRIX) DESCRIPTION; NUMBER OF IMPLIED DECIMALS IN EACH CELL (IF NOT
 0); STARTING POSITION WITHIN THE RECORD, WITHIN THE SEGMENT, AND FOR ALL CELLS
 WITHIN THE FIRST-LEVEL VARIABLE; AND CELL COORDINATES.

APPENDIXES

 DETAILED INFORMATION ON GEOGRAPHIC AREAS IS IN APPENDIX A FOLLOWED BY
 SUBJECT-MATTER DEFINITIONS IN APPENDIX B.  APPENDIX C PROVIDES DETAILED
 STATISTICAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE DATA WHILE APPENDIX D OUTLINES THE DATA
 COLLECTION AND PROCESSING PROCEDURES.  FACSIMILES OF BOTH THE RESPONDENT
 INSTRUCTIONS AND 1990 CENSUS LONG-FORM QUESTIONNAIRE ARE IN APPENDIX E.

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 PRESENTATION INCLUDED IN THOSE CHAPTERS, SOME CELL ENTRIES ARE FOLLOWED BY
 NUMERIC CODES IN PARENTHESES.  THESE ARE THE CODES INCLUDED IN THAT CELL.
 FOR EXAMPLE, IN A TABLE INCLUDING RACE, THE ENTRY FOR ASIAN OR PACIFIC
 ISLANDER IS FOLLOWED BY (600-699, 976-985).  THE CODE LIST FOR RACE IN
 APPENDIX H IDENTIFIES ALL THE RACE CODES INCLUDED IN THE ASIAN OR PACIFIC
 ISLANDER CATEGORY.

 APPENDIX I PROVIDES CD-ROM SPECIFIC INFORMATION.

COUNT CORRECTIONS

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 FROM CUSTOMER SERVICES, DATA USER SERVICES DIVISION, BUREAU OF THE CENSUS,
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 DESIRED CENSUS TRACT/BNA, BLOCK GROUP, OR BLOCK NUMBERS.

USING THE FILE

 FILE SEGMENTS

 THE FILE IS SEGMENTED INTO 35 DBASE III (.DBF) FILES, DESIGNATED STF300SS.DBF
 THROUGH STF334SS.DBF WHERE SS IS THE TWO-CHARACTER STATE ABBREVIATION.  THE
 STF300 SEGMENT CONTAINS THE FULL 67 FIELD IDENTIFICTION SECTION.  THE
 IDENTIFICATION FIELD NAMES ARE SHOWN IN THE DATA DICTIONARY CHAPTER OF THE
 TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION.  SEGMENTS STF301 THROUGH STF334 EACH CONTAIN EIGHT
 IDENTIFICATION FIELDS REPEATED FROM THE STF300 SEGMENT. THEY ARE SHOWN BELOW.


 IDENTIFICATION FIELDS COMMON TO ALL SEGMENTS

 SUMLEV      SUMMARY LEVEL
 STATEFP     STATE (FIPS)
 CNTY        COUNTY (FIPS)
 COUSUBFP    COUNTY SUBDIVISION (FIPS)
 PLACEFP     PLACE (FIPS)
 TRACTBNA    CENSUS TRACT/BLOCK NUMBERING AREA
 BLCKGR      BLOCK GROUP
 LOGRECNU    LOGICAL RECORD NUMBER

 THE SEGMENTS ARE DIVIDED AS SHOWN BELOW.

 DATA TABLES IN EACH SEGMENT

 STF300   FIELD IDENTIFICATION SECTION
 STF301   P1 - P13
 STF302   P14A - P14C
 STF303   P14D - P14F
 STF304   P14G - P14I
 STF305   P14J - P17
 STF306   P18 - P26
 STF307   P27 - P32
 STF308   P33 - P36
 STF309   P37 - P51
 STF310   P52 - P60
 STF311   P61 - P65
 STF312   P66 - P70
 STF313   P71 - P76
 STF314   P77 - P83
 STF315   P84 - P86
 STF316   P87A
 STF317   P87B
 STF318   P87C
 STF319   P87D
 STF320   P87E
 STF321   P88 - P107A
 STF322   P108 - P118
 STF323   P119 - P121
 STF324   P122 - P123
 STF325   P124A - P124B
 STF326   P125 - P143
 STF327   P144 - P170, H1 - H9
 STF328   H10 - H21
 STF329   H22 - H33
 STF330   H34 - H44
 STF331   H45 - H52A
 STF332   H53 - H59
 STF333   H60 - H81
 STF334   H82 - H92


 FIELD NAMES IN NUMERIC DATA TABLES

 FIELDS IN NUMERIC DATA TABLES ARE NAMED ACCORDING TO A CONVENTION WHICH
 IDENTIFIES THE TABLES AND THE SEQUENCE OF THE DATA ITEM WITHIN THE TABLE.
 THE 63 DATA ITEMS IN P88, FOR EXAMPLE, ARE IDENTIFIED AS P0880001 THROUGH
 P0880063.  THE ONE DATA ITEM IN TABLE P107A IS IDENTIFIED AS P107A001.

 COMPONENTS OF THE FIELD NAME

 CHARACTER 1    P OR H
 CHARACTER 2-4  TABLE NUMBER; RIGHT JUSTIFIED WITH LEADING ZEROES
 CHARACTER 5    SUB-TABLE LETTER; ZERO IF NOT APPLICABLE
 CHARACTER 6-8  ITEM NUMBER; RIGHT JUSTIFIED WITH LEADING ZEROES

 RECORD IDENTIFICATION

 EACH RECORD ON A SUMMARY TAPE FILE IS UNIQUELY IDENTIFIED BY A COMBINATION OF
 GEOGRAPHIC (FOR EXAMPLE, STATE, COUNTY, AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION) LEVEL, AND
 GEOGRAPHIC COMPONENT CODES.  FOR EXAMPLE, IF YOU HAVE A MARYLAND STF 3A FILE
 AND WANT TO LOOK AT THE SUMMARY RECORD FOR PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, THREE
 IDENTIFICATION FIELDS MUST BE CHECKED:  THE SUMMARY LEVEL CODE FOR COUNTY
 RECORDS (050), THE TOTAL RECORD FOR GEOGRAPHIC COMPONENTS (00), AND THE COUNTY
 CODE FOR PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY (033).  IF ALL THREE FIELDS ARE NOT CHECKED,
 MULTIPLE RECORDS WILL BE FOUND.  SEE THE SUMMARY LEVEL SEQUENCE CHARTS AND
 GEOGRAPHIC AREA COMPONENT CODES SECTION BELOW FOR INFORMATION ON IDENTIFYING
 SUMMARY LEVEL AND GEOGRAPHIC COMPONENT CODES.
SUMMARY LEVEL SEQUENCE CHARTS & GEOGRAPHIC AREA COMPONENT CODES

 THE SUMMARY LEVEL SEQUENCE CHARTS CHAPTER AND THE GEOGRAPHIC AREA COMPONENT
 CODES PROVIDE IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR USING THE 1990 CENSUS SUMMARY TAPE
 FILES.

 THE SUMMARY LEVEL SEQUENCE CHARTS CHAPTER FOR STF 3 FILES IDENTIFIES THE
 GEOGRAPHIC LEVELS FOR WHICH DATA ARE PROVIDED.  IT IS EASY TO DETERMINE THIS
 IF YOU REMEMBER THAT THE LAST GEOGRAPHIC AREA TYPE LISTED IN THE SEQUENCE
 IDENTIFIES THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE SUMMARY LEVEL; THE PRIOR CODES SIMPLY DEFINE
 THE HIERARCHY. FOR EXAMPLE, IN SUMMARY LEVEL 140, THE HIERARCHY LISTED IS
 STATE-COUNTY-CENSUS TRACT/BLOCK NUMBERING AREA (BNA). THE RECORD ACTUALLY
 CONTAINS DATA FOR A CENSUS TRACT/BNA WITHIN A GIVEN COUNTY AND STATE.

 WHEN READING THE SUMMARY LEVEL SEQUENCE CHARTS CHAPTER, IT IS IMPORTANT TO
 RECOGNIZE THAT DASHES (  ) SEPARATE THE INDIVIDUAL HIERARCHIES WHILE SLASHES
 (/) SEPARATE DIFFERENT TYPES OF GEOGRAPHY WITHIN THE SAME HIERARCHY.

 AFTER IDENTIFYING THE SUMMARY LEVEL CODE, TURN TO CHART 1 AT THE END OF THIS
 CHAPTER TO DETERMINE THE GEOGRAPHIC AREA CODES AND AREA CHARACTERISTICS
 PROVIDED ON CD-ROM FOR THIS SUMMARY LEVEL. REMEMBER THAT AN ASTERISK (*)
 INDICATES A CODE IN THAT FIELD.  THE CODE MAY BE ONE OF THE STANDARD CODES
 DESCRIBED BELOW.

 THE SUMMARY LEVEL SEQUENCE CHARTS CHAPTER ALSO PROVIDES GEOGRAPHIC COMPONENT
 CODE INFORMATION.  THIS CODE IDENTIFIES THE VARIOUS GEOGRAPHIC COMPONENTS FOR
 WHICH THE RECORD IS REPEATED WITHIN THE SUMMARY LEVEL. THESE COMPONENT CODES
 ARE PROVIDED IN THE DATA DICTIONARY BEGINNING IN POSITION 14.  FOR EXAMPLE,
 THE SUMMARY LEVEL SEQUENCE CHART FOR STF 3A INDICATES THAT THE SUMMARY LEVEL
 FOR STATE RECORDS (040) HAS GEOGRAPHIC COMPONENT CODES 00, 40, 42, 43, AND 44.
 BY TURNING TO THE GEOGRAPHIC COMPONENT VARIABLE IN THE DATA DICTIONARY, YOU
 CAN DETERMINE THAT THE TABLES FOR SUMMARY LEVEL 040 (STATE) ARE AVAILABLE FOR
 TOTAL GEOGRAPHY (STATE) (GEOGRAPHIC COMPONENT=00), AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION
 AND TRUST LAND (GEOGRAPHIC COMPONENT=40), TRIBAL JURISDICTION STATISTICAL AREA
 (GEOGRAPHIC COMPONENT=42), TRIBAL DESIGNATED STATISTICAL AREA (GEOGRAPHIC
 COMPONENT=43), AND ALASKA NATIVE VILLAGE STATISTICAL AREA (ALASKA ONLY)
 (GEOGRAPHIC COMPONENT=44).

 IN SHORT, ALWAYS CHECK THE GEOGRAPHIC CODES, THE SUMMARY LEVEL (BEGINNING
 IN POSITION 11 OF THE DATA DICTIONARY), AND THE GEOGRAPHIC COMPONENT CODE
 (BEGINNING IN POSITION 14 OF THE DATA DICTIONARY) FOR COMPLETE IDENTIFICATION
 OF AN STF 3 RECORD.

SPECIAL AREA CODES

 SPECIAL AREA CODES APPEAR IN THE GEOGRAPHIC AREA CODES PORTION OF THE DATA
 DICTIONARY (POSITIONS 142-171) ON ALL STF'S.  THE CODES REPRESENTED MAY VARY
 ACROSS STF'S.  IN STF 3 CD-ROM FILES SPECIAL AREA CODE (1), AND SPECIAL AREA
 CODE (9) ARE USED.  THE CODES ARE DESCRIBED BELOW. SPECIAL AREA CODE (9) IS
 USED IN ALL SUMMARY LEVELS EXCEPT 800, 810, AND 820.

 IN STF 3B FILES ONLY, SPECIAL AREA CODE 1 IS USED.  IT CONTAINS THE 5-DIGIT
 ZIP CODE.

 SPECIAL AREA CODE (9)   LAND/WATER AREA

     1  SIGNIFICANT LAND, SIGNIFICANT (0.0005 OR MORE SQUARE KILOMETERS) WATER
     2  SIGNIFICANT LAND, MINIMAL (LESS THAN 0.0005 SQUARE KILOMETER) WATER
     3  SIGNIFICANT LAND, ZERO (0) WATER
     4  MINIMAL LAND, SIGNIFICANT WATER
     5  MINIMAL LAND, MINIMAL WATER
     6  MINIMAL LAND, ZERO WATER
     7  ZERO LAND, SIGNIFICANT WATER
     8  ZERO LAND, MINIMAL WATER
     9  ZERO LAND, ZERO WATER

STANDARD CODES

 IN THE IDENTIFICATION SECTION OF ALL STF'S, THERE ARE STANDARD CODES,
 UNDEFINED IN THE DATA DICTIONARY, THAT HAVE IDENTICAL MEANING REGARDLESS OF
 THE FIELD.  THE CODES ARE THE SAME SIZE AS THE FIELD; THAT IS, A THREE-
 CHARACTER FIELD WILL HAVE THREE SYMBOLS. THESE STANDARD CODES ARE LISTED
 BELOW.

  !    NOT AVAILABLE--THE CODE WOULD BE SHOWN EXCEPT IT HAD NOT BEEN DETERMINED
       WHEN THE FILES WERE PREPARED (FOR EXAMPLE, METROPOLITAN AREA CODE ON A
       COUNTY SUMMARY LEVEL (050) ON STF 1A).

  9    NOT IN--THIS INDICATES A "REMAINDER OF" AN AREA, SUCH AS A PLACE CODE IN
       THE PORTION  OF A COUNTY SUBDIVISION NOT IN A PLACE, OR THE SUMMARY
       LEVEL IS NOT PART OF ANY AREA TO WHICH THE CODE FIELD APPLIES, SUCH AS A
       SUMMARY LEVEL WHICH IS NOT IN AN ALASKA NATIVE REGIONAL CORPORATION.

  BLANK   NOT APPLICABLE--THIS INDICATES THAT THE CODE IS NOT APPLICABLE TO
          THE SUMMARY LEVEL.

 WHERE THESE CODES ARE SPECIFICALLY DEFINED IN THE DATA DICTIONARY, THE DEFINED
 CODE SHOULD BE USED. FOR EXAMPLE, IN THE DIVISION CODE DESCRIPTION ON THE DATA
 DICTIONARY (POSITION 89), THE CODE FOR THE PACIFIC DIVISION IS INDICATED AS
 "9."  THIS "9" SHOULD BE INTERPRETED AS THE DIVISION CODE, NOT AS "NOT IN,"
 THE STANDARD CODE FOR "9."


 CHART 1.  STF 3 FILE IDENTIFICATION BY SUMMARY LEVEL(1)

                              SUMMARY LEVEL  SUMMARY LEVEL
 SUMMARY LEVEL
 FIELD NAME                   010  020  030  040  050  060  061  062  070

 RECORD CODES

 FILE IDENTIFICATION           *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *
 STATE/US-ABBREVIATION         *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *
 SUMMARY LEVEL                 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *
 GEOGRAPHIC COMPONENT          *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *

 CHARACTERISTIC ITERATION      *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *
 LOGICAL RECORD NUMBER         *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *
 LOGICAL RECORD PART NUMBER    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *
 TOTAL NUMBER OF PARTS IN
   RECORD                      *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *



 GEOGRAPHIC AREA CODES

 ALASKA NATIVE REGIONAL CORPORATION
 AMERICAN INDIAN/ALASKA NATIVE AREA (CENSUS)
 AMERICAN INDIAN/ALASKA NATIVE AREA (FIPS)
 AMERICAN INDIAN/ALASKA NATIVE AREA CLASS CODE

 AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION TRUST LAND INDICATOR
 BLOCK
 BLOCK GROUP
 CENSUS TRACT/BLOCK NUMBERING AREA

 CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
 CONSOLIDATED CITY (CENSUS)                                           *
 CONSOLIDATED CITY (FIPS)                                             *
 CONSOLIDATED CITY CLASS CODE                                         *

 CONSOLIDATED CITY SIZE CODE                                          *
 CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN
  STATISTICAL AREA                                 *    *    *   *    *
 COUNTY                                            *    *    *   *    *
 COUNTY SIZE CODE                                  *    *    *   *    *

 COUNTY SUBDIVISION (CENSUS)                            *    *   *    *
 COUNTY SUBDIVISION (FIPS)                              *    *   *    *
 COUNTY SUBDIVISION CLASS CODE                          *    *   *    *
 COUNTY SUBDIVISION SIZE CODE                           *    *   *    *

 DIVISION                           *         *    *    *    *   *    *
 EXTENDED CITY INDICATOR                                              *
 INTERNAL USE CODE
 METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/CONSOLIDATED
    METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA                  *    *    *   *    *

 MSA/CMSA SIZE CODE                                *    *    *   *    *
 PLACE (CENSUS)                                                       *
 PLACE (FIPS)                                                         *
 PLACE CLASS CODE                                                     *

 PLACE DESCRIPTION CODE                                               *
 PLACE SIZE CODE                                                      *
 PRIMARY METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL
   AREA                                            *    *    *   *    *
 REGION                             *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *

 STATE (CENSUS)                               *    *    *    *   *    *
 STATE (FIPS)                                 *    *    *    *   *    *
 URBAN/RURAL
 URBANIZED AREA
 URBANIZED AREA SIZE CODE

 SPECIAL AREA CODE (1)
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (2)
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (3)
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (4)
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (5)

 SPECIAL AREA CODE (6)
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (7)
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (8)
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (9)         *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (10)


 AREA CHARACTERISTICS

 AREA (LAND)                   *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 AREA (WATER)                  *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 AREA NAME/PSAD TERM/PART
  INDICATOR                    *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 FUNCTIONAL STATUS CODE        *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *

 GEOGRAPHIC CHANGE USER NOTE
  INDICATOR                    *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 HOUSING UNIT COUNT
  (100 PERCENT)                *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 INTERNAL POINT (LATITUDE)     *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 INTERNAL POINT (LONGITUDE)    *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *

 PART FLAG                                                            *
 POLITICAL/STATISTICAL AREA
  DESCRIPTION CODE                  *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 POPULATION COUNT
  (100 PERCENT)                *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 SPECIAL FLAG                  *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *



 (1) SEE THE SUMMARY LEVEL SEQUENCE CHARTS CHAPTER FOR IDENTIFICATION OF
    THE SUMMARY LEVEL RECORD NUMBERS.



 SUMMARY LEVEL  SUMMARY LEVEL  SUMMARY LEVEL  SUMMARY LEVEL
 080  090  140  150  155  160  161  170  200  201  202  203 FIELD NAME

                                                           RECORD
 CODES

 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  FILE IDENTIFICATION
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  STATE/US-ABBREV.
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  SUMMARY LEVEL
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  GEOGRAPHIC COMP.

 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  CHAR. ITERATION
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  LOGICAL RECORD NUM.
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  LOG. REC. PART NUM.
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  TOT. NUM. PARTS REC.


                                                        GEOGRAPHIC AREA CODES

      *                                                 *  ALASKA NATIVE
                                                           REGIONAL CORP.
      *                                  *    *    *    *  AMER. INDIAN/ALASKA
                                                           NATIVE AREA (CENSUS)
      *                                                    AMER. INDIAN/ALASKA
                                                           NATIVE AREA (FIPS)
      *                                                    AMER. INDIAN/ALASKA
                                                           NATIVE AREA CLASS
                                                           CODE
      *                                       *    *    *  AMERICAN INDIAN
                                                           RESERV TRUST LAND
                                                           INDIC.
                                                           BLOCK
      *         *                                          BLOCK GROUP
 *    *    *    *                                          CENSUS TRACT/BLOCK
                                                           NUMBERING AREA

      *                                                    CONGRES. DISTRICT
 *    *              *    *    *    *                      CONSOLIDATED CITY
                                                           (CENSUS)
 *    *              *    *    *    *                      CONSOLIDATED CITY
                                                           (FIPS)
 *    *              *    *    *    *                      CONSOLIDATED CITY
                                                           CLASS CODE

 *    *              *    *    *    *                      CONSOLIDATED CITY
                                                           SIZE CODE
 *    *    *    *                   *                      CONSOLIDATED METRO-
                                                           POLITAN STATISTICAL
                                                           AREA
 *    *    *    *    *              *                      COUNTY
 *    *    *    *    *              *                      COUNTY SIZE CODE

 *    *                                                    COUNTY SUBDIVISION
                                                           (CENSUS)
 *    *                                                    COUNTY SUBDIVISION
                                                           (FIPS)
 *    *                                                    COUNTY SUBDIVISION
                                                           CLASS CODE
 *    *                                                    COUNTY SUBDIVISION
                                                           SIZE CODE

 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *                      DIVISION
 *    *              *    *    *                           EXTENDED CITY
                                                           INDICATOR
                                                           INTERNAL USE CODE
                                                           METROPOLITAN
                                                           STATISTICAL AREA/
                                                           CONSOLIDATED
 *    *    *    *                   *                      METROPOLITAN
                                                           STATISTICAL AREA

 *    *    *    *                   *                      MSA/CMSA SIZE CODE
 *    *              *    *    *                           PLACE (CENSUS)
 *    *              *    *    *                           PLACE (FIPS)
 *    *              *    *    *                           PLACE CLASS CODE

 *    *              *    *    *                           PLACE DESCR. CODE
 *    *              *    *    *                           PLACE SIZE CODE
 *    *    *    *                   *                      PRIMARY METROPOLITAN
                                                           STATISTICAL AREA
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *                      REGION

 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *                      STATE (CENSUS)
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *                      STATE (FIPS)
      *                                                    URBAN/RURAL
      *                                                    URBANIZED AREA
      *                                                    URBANIZED AREA
                                                            SIZE CODE

                                                           SPECIAL AREA CODE 1
                                                           SPECIAL AREA CODE 2
                                                           SPECIAL AREA CODE 4
                                                           SPECIAL AREA CODE 5

                                                           SPECIAL AREA CODE 6
                                                           SPECIAL AREA CODE 7
                                                           SPECIAL AREA CODE 8
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  SPECIAL AREA CODE 9
                                                           SPECIAL AREA CODE 10

                                                           AREA CHARACTERISTICS

 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  AREA (LAND)
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  AREA (WATER)
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  AREA NAME/PSAD
                                                           TERM/PART INDICATOR
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  FUNCTIONAL STATUS
                                                           CODE

                     *    *    *    *    *    *         *  GEOGRAPHIC CHG. USER
                                                           NOTE INDICATOR
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  HOUSING UNIT
                                                            COUNT (100 PERCENT)
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  INTERNAL POINT
                                                           (LATITUDE)
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  INTERNAL POINT
                                                           (LONGITUDE)

 *    *                                                    PART FLAG
                     *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  POLITICAL/STATIS.
                                                             AREA DESCRIPTION
                                                             CODE
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  POPULATION COUNT
                                                            (100 PERCENT)
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  SPECIAL FLAG




                              SUMMARY LEVEL  SUMMARY LEVEL  SUMMARY LEVEL
 FIELD NAME                   204  205  206  207  208  210  211  212  215

 RECORD CODES

 FILE IDENTIFICATION           *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 STATE/US-ABBREVIATION         *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 SUMMARY LEVEL                 *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 GEOGRAPHIC COMPONENT          *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *

 CHARACTERISTIC ITERATION      *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 LOGICAL RECORD NUMBER         *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 LOGICAL RECORD PART NUMBER    *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 TOTAL NUMBER OF PARTS IN
  RECORD                       *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *


 GEOGRAPHIC AREA CODES

 ALASKA NATIVE REGIONAL
  CORPORATION                                 *                       *
 AMERICAN INDIAN/ALASKA
  NATIVE AREA (CENSUS)         *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 AMERICAN INDIAN/ALASKA
  NATIVE AREA (FIPS)                *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 AMERICAN INDIAN/ALASKA
  NATIVE AREA CLASS CODE            *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *

 AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION
  TRUST LAND INDICATOR         *    *    *    *    *         *   *    *
 BLOCK
 BLOCK GROUP
 CENSUS TRACT/BLOCK NUMBERING AREA

 CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
 CONSOLIDATED CITY (CENSUS)
 CONSOLIDATED CITY (FIPS)
 CONSOLIDATED CITY CLASS CODE

 CONSOLIDATED CITY SIZE CODE
 CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA

 COUNTY
 COUNTY SIZE CODE

 COUNTY SUBDIVISION (CENSUS)
 COUNTY SUBDIVISION (FIPS)
 COUNTY SUBDIVISION CLASS CODE
 COUNTY SUBDIVISION SIZE CODE

 DIVISION                           *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 EXTENDED CITY INDICATOR
 INTERNAL USE CODE
 METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL
  AREA/CONSOLIDATED
  METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA

 MSA/CMSA SIZE CODE
 PLACE (CENSUS)
 PLACE (FIPS)
 PLACE CLASS CODE

 PLACE DESCRIPTION CODE
 PLACE SIZE CODE
 PRIMARY METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA

 REGION                             *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *

 STATE (CENSUS)                     *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 STATE (FIPS)                       *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 URBAN/RURAL
 URBANIZED AREA
 URBANIZED AREA SIZE CODE

 SPECIAL AREA CODE (1)
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (2)
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (3)
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (4)
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (5)

 SPECIAL AREA CODE (6)
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (7)
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (8)
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (9)         *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (10)


 AREA CHARACTERISTICS

 AREA (LAND)                   *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 AREA (WATER)                  *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 AREA NAME/PSAD TERM/PART
  INDICATOR                    *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 FUNCTIONAL STATUS CODE        *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *

 GEOGRAPHIC CHANGE USER NOTE
  INDICATOR                    *    *         *    *    *    *        *
 HOUSING UNIT COUNT
  (100 PERCENT)                *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 INTERNAL POINT (LATITUDE)     *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 INTERNAL POINT (LONGITUDE)    *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *

 PART FLAG                          *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 POLITICAL/STATISTICAL AREA
  DESCRIPTION CODE             *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 POPULATION COUNT
  (100 PERCENT)                *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 SPECIAL FLAG                  *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *



 (1) SEE THE SUMMARY LEVEL SEQUENCE CHARTS CHAPTER FOR IDENTIFICATION OF THE
    SUMMARY LEVEL RECORD NUMBERS.




 SUMMARY LEVEL  SUMMARY LEVEL  SUMMARY LEVEL  SUMMARY LEVEL
 216  220  221  230  300  301  310  311  319  321  329  331 FIELD NAME

                                                           RECORD CODES

 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  FILE IDENTIFICATION
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  STATE/US-ABBREV.
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  SUMMARY LEVEL
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  GEOGRAPHIC COMPONENT

 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  CHARAC. ITERATION
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  LOGICAL RECORD NUM.
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  LOG. REC. PART NUM.
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  TOT.NUM. PARTS REC.


                                                           GEOG. AREA CODES

                *                                          ALASKA NATIVE
                                                           REG. CORP.
 *    *    *                                               AMERICAN INDIAN/
                                                           ALASKA NATIVE AREA
                                                           (CENSUS)
 *    *    *                                               AMERICAN INDIAN/
                                                           ALASKA NATIVE AREA
                                                           (FIPS)
 *    *    *                                               AMERICAN INDIAN/
                                                           ALASKA NATIVE AREA
                                                           CLASS CODE
 *    *    *                                               AMERICAN INDIAN
                                                           RESERVATION TRUST
                                                            LAND INDICATOR
                                                           BLOCK
                                                           BLOCK GROUP
                                                           CENSUS TRACT/BLOCK
                                                            NUMBERING AREA
                                                           CONGRESSIONAL DIST.
                                                           CONSOLIDATED CITY
                                                           (CENSUS)
                                                           CONSOLIDATED CITY
                                                           (FIPS)
                                                           CONSOLIDATED CITY
                                                            CLASS CODE
                                                           CONSOLIDATED CITY
                                                            SIZE CODE
                     *    *    *    *    *    *         *  CONSOLIDATED METRO-
                                                           POLITAN STATISTICAL
                                                            AREA
      *    *                                       *    *  COUNTY
      *    *                                       *    *  COUNTY SIZE CODE

                                                           COUNTY SUBDIVISION
                                                           (CENSUS)
                                                           COUNTY SUBDIVISION
                                                           (FIPS)
                                                           COUNTY SUBDIVISION
                                                            CLASS CODE
                                                           COUNTY SUBDIVISION
                                                            SIZE CODE

 *    *    *    *              *    *    *    *    *    *  DIVISION
                                                           EXT. CITY INDICATOR
                                                           INTERNAL USE CODE
                                                           METROPOLITAN
                                                           STATISTICAL AREA/
                                                           CONSOLIDATED
                     *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  METROPOLITAN
                                                           STATISTICAL AREA
                     *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  MSA/CMSA SIZE CODE
                                                           PLACE (CENSUS)
                                                           PLACE (FIPS)
                                                           PLACE CLASS CODE

                                                           PLACE DESCR. CODE
                                                           PLACE SIZE CODE
                          *         *         *         *  PRIMARY METRO-
                                                            POLITAN STATISTICAL
                                                            AREA
 *    *    *    *              *    *    *    *    *    *  REGION

 *    *    *    *              *    *    *    *    *    *  STATE (CENSUS)
 *    *    *    *              *    *    *    *    *    *  STATE (FIPS)
                                                           URBAN/RURAL
                                                           URBANIZED AREA
                                                           URBANIZED AREA
                                                            SIZE CODE

                                                           SPECIAL AREA CODE 1
                                                           SPECIAL AREA CODE 2
                                                           SPECIAL AREA CODE 3
                                                           SPECIAL AREA CODE 4

                                                           SPECIAL AREA CODE 5
                                                           SPECIAL AREA CODE 6
                                                           SPECIAL AREA CODE 7
                                                           SPECIAL AREA CODE 8
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  SPECIAL AREA CODE 9
                                                           SPECIAL AREA CODE 10

                                                           AREA CHARACTERISTICS

 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  AREA (LAND)
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  AREA (WATER)
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  AREA NAME/PSAD
                                                            TERM/PT. INDICATOR
 *    *    *         *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  FUNCTIONAL
                                                           STATUS CODE

 *    *         *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  GEOGRAPHIC CHANGE
                                                            USER NOTE INDICATOR
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  HOUSING UNIT COUNT
                                                            (100 PERCENT)
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  INTERNAL POINT
                                                           (LATITUDE)
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  INTERNAL POINT
                                                           (LONGITUDE)

 *    *    *    *              *    *    *    *    *    *  PART FLAG
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  POLITICAL/STAT. AREA
                                                           DESCRIPTION CODE
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  POPULATION COUNT
                                                            (100 PERCENT)
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  SPECIAL FLAG



                              SUMMARY LEVEL  SUMMARY LEVEL  SUMMARY LEVEL
 FIELD NAME                   340  341  400  410  420  430  440  450  460

 RECORD CODES

 FILE IDENTIFICATION           *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 STATE/US-ABBREVIATION         *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 SUMMARY LEVEL                 *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 GEOGRAPHIC COMPONENT          *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *

 CHARACTERISTIC ITERATION      *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 LOGICAL RECORD NUMBER         *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 LOGICAL RECORD PART NUMBER    *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 TOTAL NUMBER OF PARTS IN
  RECORD                       *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *

 GEOGRAPHIC AREA CODES

 ALASKA NATIVE REGIONAL CORPORATION

 AMERICAN INDIAN/ALASKA NATIVE
  AREA (CENSUS)

 AMERICAN INDIAN/ALASKA
  NATIVE AREA (FIPS)

 AMERICAN INDIAN/ALASKA
  NATIVE AREA CLASS CODE

 AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION
  TRUST LAND INDICATOR

 BLOCK
 BLOCK GROUP
 CENSUS TRACT/BLOCK NUMBERING AREA

 CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
 CONSOLIDATED CITY (CENSUS)    *    *                            *    *
 CONSOLIDATED CITY (FIPS)      *    *                            *    *
 CONSOLIDATED CITY CLASS CODE  *    *                            *    *

 CONSOLIDATED CITY SIZE CODE   *    *                            *    *
 CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN
  STATISTICAL AREA                  *                   *    *   *
 COUNTY                                                 *    *   *

 COUNTY SIZE CODE                                       *    *   *

 COUNTY SUBDIVISION (CENSUS)                                 *   *
 COUNTY SUBDIVISION (FIPS)                                   *   *
 COUNTY SUBDIVISION CLASS CODE                               *   *
 COUNTY SUBDIVISION SIZE CODE                                *   *

 DIVISION                      *    *         *    *    *    *   *    *
 EXTENDED CITY INDICATOR       *    *                            *    *
 INTERNAL USE CODE
 METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/
  CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN
  STATISTICAL AREA             *    *                   *    *   *

 MSA/CMSA SIZE CODE            *    *                   *    *   *
 PLACE (CENSUS)                *    *                            *    *
 PLACE (FIPS)                  *    *                            *    *
 PLACE CLASS CODE              *    *                            *    *

 PLACE DESCRIPTION CODE        *    *                            *    *
 PLACE SIZE CODE               *    *                            *    *
 PRIMARY METROPOLITAN
  STATISTICAL AREA                  *                   *    *   *
 REGION                        *    *         *    *    *    *   *    *

 STATE (CENSUS)                *    *         *    *    *    *   *    *
 STATE (FIPS)                  *    *         *    *    *    *   *    *
 URBAN/RURAL                             *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 URBANIZED AREA                          *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 URBANIZED AREA SIZE CODE                *    *    *    *    *   *    *

 SPECIAL AREA CODE (1)
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (2)
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (3)
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (4)
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (5)

 SPECIAL AREA CODE (6)
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (7)
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (8)
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (9)         *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (10)


 AREA CHARACTERISTICS

 AREA (LAND)                   *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 AREA (WATER)                  *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 AREA NAME/PSAD TERM/PART
  INDICATOR                    *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 FUNCTIONAL STATUS CODE        *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *

 GEOGRAPHIC CHANGE USER NOTE
  INDICATOR                    *    *         *         *    *   *    *
 HOUSING UNIT COUNT
  (100 PERCENT)                *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 INTERNAL POINT (LATITUDE)     *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 INTERNAL POINT (LONGITUDE)    *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *

 PART FLAG                     *    *         *    *    *    *   *    *
 POLITICAL/STATISTICAL AREA
  DESCRIPTION CODE             *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 POPULATION COUNT
  (100 PERCENT)                *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *
 SPECIAL FLAG                  *    *    *    *    *    *    *   *    *


 (1) SEE THE SUMMARY LEVEL SEQUENCE CHARTS CHAPTER FOR IDENTIFICATION OF THE
    SUMMARY LEVEL RECORD NUMBERS.



 SUMMARY LEVEL  SUMMARY LEVEL  SUMMARY LEVEL  SUMMARY LEVEL
 501  510  520  530  540  550  551  552  560  800  810  820  FIELD  NAME

                                                           RECORD CODES

 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  FILE IDENTIFICATION
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  STATE/US-ABBREV.
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  SUMMARY LEVEL
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  GEOGRAPHIC COMPONENT

 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  CHARACTERISTIC
                                                           ITERATION
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  LOGICAL RECORD
                                                           NUMBER
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  LOGICAL RECORD
                                                            PART NUMBER
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  TOTAL NUMBER OF
                                                            PARTS IN RECORD

                                                        GEOGRAPHIC AREA CODES

                                         *                 ALASKA NATIVE
                                                           REGIONAL CORPORATION
                          *    *    *                     AMERICAN INDIAN/
                                                          ALASKA NATIVE AREA
                                                          (CENSUS)
                          *    *    *                     AMERICAN INDIAN/
                                                         ALASKA NATIVE AREA
                                                         (FIPS)
                          *    *    *                    AMERICAN INDIAN/
                                                         ALASKA NATIVE AREA
                                                            CLASS CODE

                               *    *                    AMERICAN INDIAN
                                                         RESERVATION TRUST
                                                            LAND INDICATOR
                                                           BLOCK
                                                           BLOCK GROUP
                                                           CENSUS TRACT/BLOCK
                                                           NUMBERING AREA

 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *                 CONGRESSIONAL
                                                           DISTRICT
                *    *                                     CONSOLIDATED CITY
                                                           (CENSUS)
                *    *                                     CONSOLIDATED CITY
                                                           (FIPS)
                *    *                                     CONSOLIDATED CITY
                                                            CLASS CODE

                *    *                                     CONSOLIDATED CITY
                                                            SIZE CODE
      *    *                                            *  CONSOLIDATED METRO-
                                                           POLITAN STATISTICAL
                                                            AREA
      *    *                                            *  COUNTY
      *    *                                            *  COUNTY SIZE CODE

           *                                               COUNTY SUB-
                                                           DIVISION (CENSUS)
           *                                               COUNTY SUB-
                                                           DIVISION (FIPS)
           *                                               COUNTY SUB-
                                                           DIVISION CLASS CODE
           *                                               COUNTY SUB-
                                                           DIVISION SIZE CODE

 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *         *    *  DIVISION
                *                                          EXTENDED CITY
                                                           INDICATOR
                                                           INTERNAL USE CODE
                                                           METROPOLITAN
                                                           STATISTICAL AREA/
                                                           CONSOLIDATED
      *    *                                            *  METROPOLITAN
                                                           STATISTICAL AREA

      *    *                                            *  MSA/CMSA SIZE CODE
                *                                          PLACE (CENSUS)
                *                                          PLACE (FIPS)
                *                                          PLACE CLASS CODE

                *                                          PLACE
                                                           DESCRIPTION CODE
                *                                          PLACE SIZE CODE
      *    *                                            *  PRIMARY METRO-
                                                           POLITAN STATISTICAL
                                                            AREA
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *         *    *  REGION

 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *         *    *  STATE (CENSUS)
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *         *    *  STATE (FIPS)
                                                           URBAN/RURAL
                                                           URBANIZED AREA
                                                           URBANIZED AREA
                                                           SIZE CODE

                                              *    *    *  SPECIAL AREA CODE 1
                                                           SPECIAL AREA CODE 2
                                                           SPECIAL AREA CODE 3
                                                           SPECIAL AREA CODE 4

                                                           SPECIAL AREA CODE 5
                                                           SPECIAL AREA CODE 6
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *                 SPECIAL AREA CODE 7

                                                           SPECIAL AREA CODE 8
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *                 SPECIAL AREA CODE 9
                                                           SPECIAL AREA CODE 10

                                                           AREA CHARACTERISTICS

 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *                 AREA (LAND)
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *                 AREA (WATER)
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  AREA NAME/PSAD
                                                            TERM/PT. INDICATOR
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *         *    *  FUNCTIONAL
                                                           STATUS CODE

      *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *                 GEOGRAPHIC CHANGE
                                                           USER NOTE INDICATOR
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  HOUSING UNIT COUNT
                                                            (100 PERCENT)
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *                 INTERNAL POINT
                                                           (LATITUDE)
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *                 INTERNAL POINT
                                                           (LONGITUDE)

      *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *         *    *  PART FLAG
      *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *              *  POLITICAL/STATI-
                                                           STICAL AREA
                                                           DESCRIPTION CODE
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  POPULATION COUNT
                                                            (100 PERCENT)
 *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *    *  SPECIAL FLAG
DATA DICTIONARY

 CONTENTS

 IDENTIFICATION SECTION                                               1
 TABLE (MATRIX) SECTION                                              13


 IDENTIFICATION SECTION

                          DATA DICTIONARY     FIELD      STARTING     DATA
 FIELD NAME                REFERENCE NAME      SIZE      POSITION      TYPE

 RECORD CODES

 FILE IDENTIFICATION(1)       FILEID              8          1          A/N
 STATE/US ABBREVIATION        STUSAB              2          9            A

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 AK  ALASKA       ID  IDAHO          NC  NORTH CAROLINA   SC  SOUTH CAROLINA
 AL  ALABAMA      IL  ILLINOIS       ND  NORTH DAKOTA     SD  SOUTH DAKOTA
 AR  ARKANSAS     IN  INDIANA        NE  NEBRASKA         TN  TENNESSEE
 AZ  ARIZONA      KS  KANSAS         NH  NEW HAMPSHIRE    TX  TEXAS
 CA  CALIFORNIA   KY  KENTUCKY       NJ  NEW JERSEY       US  UNITED STATES
 CO  COLORADO     LA  LOUISIANA      NM  NEW MEXICO       UT  UTAH
 CT  CONNECTICUT  MA  MASSACHUSETTS  NV  NEVADA           VA  VIRGINIA
 DC  DISTRICT OF  MD  MARYLAND       NY  NEW YORK         VI  VIRGIN
      COLUMBIA    ME  MAINE          OH  OHIO                 ISLANDS OF THE
 DE  DELAWARE     MI  MICHIGAN       OK  OKLAHOMA             UNITED STATES
 FL  FLORIDA      MN  MINNESOTA      OR  OREGON           VT  VERMONT
 GA  GEORGIA      MO  MISSOURI       PA  PENNSYLVANIA     WA  WASHINGTON
 HI  HAWAII       MS  MISSISSIPPI    PR  PUERTO RICO      WI  WISCONSIN
 IA  IOWA         MT  MONTANA        RI  RHODE ISLAND     WV  WEST VIRGINIA
                                                          WY  WYOMING
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 SUMMARY LEVEL(2)             SUMLEV              3         11            N
 GEOGRAPHIC COMPONENT(3)      GEOCOMP             2         14            N

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 00   NOT A GEOGRAPHIC COMPONENT
 01   URBAN
 02   URBAN-IN URBANIZED AREA
 03   URBAN-IN URBANIZED AREA-IN URBANIZED AREA CENTRAL PLACE
 04   URBAN-IN URBANIZED AREA-NOT IN URBANIZED AREA CENTRAL PLACE
 05   URBAN-NOT IN URBANIZED AREA
 06   URBAN-NOT IN URBANIZED AREA-PLACE (10,000 OR MORE PERSONS)
 07   URBAN-NOT IN URBANIZED AREA-PLACE (2,500 TO 9,999 PERSONS)
 08   RURAL
 09   RURAL-PLACE (1,000 TO 2,499 POPULATION, NOT IN AN EXTENDED CITY)
 10   RURAL-PLACE (0 TO 999 POPULATION, NOT IN AN EXTENDED CITY)
 11   RURAL-NOT IN PLACE (OR RURAL PART OF EXTENDED CITY)
 12   RURAL-FARM
 13   URBAN PORTION OF EXTENDED CITY
 14   RURAL PORTION OF EXTENDED CITY
 20   IN METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL
      AREA
 21   IN METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL
      AREA-URBAN
 22   IN METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL
      AREA-RURAL
 23   IN METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL
      AREA-IN METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/PRIMARY METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL
      AREA CENTRAL CITY
 24   IN METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL
      AREA-NOT IN METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/PRIMARY METROPOLITAN
      STATISTICAL AREA CENTRAL CITY
 25   IN METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL
      AREA-NOT IN METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/PRIMARY METROPOLITAN
      STATISTICAL AREA CENTRAL CITY-URBAN
 26   IN METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL
      AREA-NOT IN METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/PRIMARY METROPOLITAN
      STATISTICAL AREA CENTRAL CITY-URBAN-IN URBANIZED AREA
 27   IN METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL
      AREA-NOT IN METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/PRIMARY METROPOLITAN
      STATISTICAL AREA CENTRAL CITY-URBAN-NOT IN URBANIZED AREA
 28   IN METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/CONSOLIDATED  METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL
      AREA-NOT IN METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/PRIMARY METROPOLITAN
      STATISTICAL AREA CENTRAL CITY-RURAL
 30   NOT IN METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN
      STATISTICAL AREA
 31   NOT IN METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN
      STATISTICAL AREA-URBAN
 32   NOT IN METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN
      STATISTICAL AREA-URBAN-IN URBANIZED AREA
 33   NOT IN METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN
      STATISTICAL AREA-URBAN-NOT IN URBANIZED AREA
 34   NOT IN METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN
      STATISTICAL AREA-URBAN-NOT IN URBANIZED AREA-PLACE (10,000 OR MORE
      POPULATION)
 35   NOT IN METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN
      STATISTICAL AREA-URBAN-NOT IN URBANIZED AREA-PLACE (2,500 - 9,999
      POPULATION)
 36   NOT IN METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN
      STATISTICAL AREA-RURAL
 40   AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION AND TRUST LAND (AMERICAN INDIAN
      RESERVATIONS (AIR CODES 0001-4989) INCLUDING ANY TRUST LANDS)
 42   TRIBAL JURISDICTION STATISTICAL AREA (OKLAHOMA ONLY)
 43   TRIBAL DESIGNATED STATISTICAL AREA
 44   ALASKA NATIVE VILLAGE STATISTICAL AREA (ALASKA ONLY)

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 CHARACTERISTIC ITERATION(4)  CHARITER            3         16            N

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                    000  NOT A CHARACTERISTIC ITERATION
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 LOGICAL RECORD NUMBER(5)     LOGRECNU            6         19            N
 LOGICAL RECORD PART
  NUMBER(6)                  LOGRECPN            4         25             N
 TOTAL NUMBER OF PARTS IN
   RECORD(7)                  PARTREC             4         29            N

 GEOGRAPHIC AREA CODES

 ALASKA NATIVE REGIONAL
   CORPORATION(8)             ANRC                2         33           A/N

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 07   AHTNA          28   BERING STRAITS  49   CHUGACH     70  KONIAG
 14   ALEUT          35   BRISTOL BAY     56   COOK INLET  77  NANA
 21   ARCTIC SLOPE   42   CALISTA         63   DOYON       84  SEALASKA

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 AMERICAN INDIAN/ALASKA
   NATIVE AREA (CENSUS)(9)    AIANACE             4         35           A/N
 AMERICAN INDIAN/ALASKA
   NATIVE AREA (FIPS)(10)     AIANAFP             5         39           A/N
 AMERICAN INDIAN/ALASKA
    NATIVE AREA CLASS CODE    AIANACC             2         44           A/N

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 D1     FEDERALLY RECOGNIZED AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION THAT DOES NOT SERVE
        AS A MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) EQUIVALENT
 D2     FEDERALLY RECOGNIZED AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION THAT ALSO SERVES AS
        AN MCD EQUIVALENT
 D3     AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBAL GOVERNMENT THAT HOLDS PROPERTY IN TRUST
        "TRUST LAND"  FOR A TRIBE OR INDIVIDUAL MEMBER(S) OF THE TRIBE, AND
        THE TRUST LAND(S) IS NOT ASSOCIATED WITH A SPECIFIC AMERICAN INDIAN
        RESERVATION OR THE ASSOCIATED AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION IS NOT
        LOCATED IN THIS STATE
 D4     STATE-RECOGNIZED AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION THAT DOES NOT SERVE AS
        AN MCD EQUIVALENT
 D5     STATE-RECOGNIZED AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION THAT ALSO SERVES AS AN
        MCD EQUIVALENT
 D6     TRIBAL DESIGNATED STATISTICAL AREA (TDSA); TRIBAL JURISDICTION
        STATISTICAL AREA (TJSA) (TJSAS OCCUR ONLY IN OKLAHOMA)
 E1     ALASKA NATIVE VILLAGE STATISTICAL AREA (ANVSA) THAT DOES NOT COINCIDE
        WITH OR APPROXIMATE AN INCORPORATED PLACE OR A CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACE
        (CDP)
 E2     ANVSA THAT COINCIDES WITH OR APPROXIMATES A CDP
 E6     ANVSA THAT COINCIDES WITH OR APPROXIMATES AN INCORPORATED PLACE

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 AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION
   TRUST LAND INDICATOR CODE  ARTLI               1         46           A/N

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 1   AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION; INCLUDING TRIBAL JURISDICTION STATISTICAL
     AREA (TJSA) AND TRIBAL DESIGNATED STATISTICAL AREA (TDSA)
 2   OFF-RESERVATION TRUST LAND
 9   NOT AN AMERICAN INDIAN AREA

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 BLOCK(8)                     BLCK                4         47           A/N
 BLOCK GROUP(8)               BLCKGR              1         51           A/N
 CENSUS TRACT/BLOCK NUMBERING
   AREA(8)                    TRACTBNA            6         52           A/N
 CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
   (101ST CONGRESS)(8)        CONGDIS             2         58           A/N

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 01-45  THE ACTUAL CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT NUMBER
   00  APPLIES TO STATES WHOSE REPRESENTATIVE IS ELECTED "AT LARGE"; I.E.,
        T6         52                                                     A/N
 CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
   (101ST CONGRESS)(8)        CONGDIS             2         58            A/N

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 01-45  THE ACTUAL CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT NUMBER
   00  APPLIES TO STATES WHOSE REPRESENTATIVE IS ELECTED "AT LARGE"; I.E.,
        THE STATE HAS ONLY ONE REPRESENTATIVE IN THE UNITED STATES HOUSE OF
        REPRESENTATIVES
   98  APPLIES TO AREAS THAT HAVE A NONVOTING DELEGATE IN THE UNITED STATES
        HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
   99  APPLIES TO AREAS THAT HAVE NO REPRESENTATION IN THE UNITED STATES
        HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

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 CONSOLIDATED CITY
   (CENSUS)(8)                CONCITCE            1         60           A/N

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 B  BUTTE-SILVER BOW, MONTANA             I  INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA

 C  COLUMBUS, GEORGIA                     J  JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

 M  MILFORD, CONNECTICUT                  N  NASHVILLE-DAVIDSON, TENNESSEE

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 CONSOLIDATED CITY (FIPS)
   (8,10)                     CONCITFP            5         61           A/N
 CONSOLIDATED CITY CLASS
   CODE(10)                   CONCITCC            2         66           A/N

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                        C3    CONSOLIDATED CITY
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 CONSOLIDATED CITY POPULATION
   SIZE CODE                  CONCITSC            2         68           A/N

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         00  NOT IN UNIVERSE        12  2,500-4,999
         01  0                      13  5,000-9,999
         02  1-24                   14  10,000-19,999
         03  25-99                  15  20,000-24,999
         04  100-199                16  25,000-49,999
         05  200-249                17  50,000-99,999
         06  250-299                18  100,000-249,999
         07  300-499                19  250,000-499,999
         08  500-999                20  500,000-999,999
         09  1,000-1,499            21  1,000,000-2,499,999
         10  1,500-1,999            22  2,500,000-4,999,999
         11  2,000-2,499            23  5,000,000 OR MORE

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 CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN
   STATISTICAL AREA(9)        CMSA                2         70           A/N
 COUNTY(9)                    CNTY                3         72           A/N
 COUNTY POPULATION SIZE CODE  CNTYSC              2         75           A/N

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         00  NOT IN UNIVERSE        12  2,500-4,999
         01  0                      13  5,000-9,999
         02  1-24                   14  10,000-19,999
         03  25-99                  15  20,000-24,999
         04  100-199                16  25,000-49,999
         05  200-249                17  50,000-99,999
         06  250-299                18  100,000-249,999
         07  300-499                19  250,000-499,999
         08  500-999                20  500,000-999,999
         09  1,000-1,499            21  1,000,000-2,499,999
         10  1,500-1,999            22  2,500,000-4,999,999
         11  2,000-2,499            23  5,000,000 OR MORE

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 COUNTY SUBDIVISION
   (CENSUS)(9)                COUSUBCE            3         77           A/N
 COUNTY SUBDIVISION (FIPS)
   (10)                       COUSUBFP            5         80           A/N
 COUNTY SUBDIVISION CLASS
   CODE                       COUSUBCC            2         85          A/N

 ----------------------- GOVERNMENTAL SERVICES (OHIO ONLY)
 C5  INCORPORATED PLACE THAT ALSO SERVES AS AN MCD EQUIVALENT BECAUSE IT IS NOT
     PART OF AN MCD OR A COUNTY SUBDIVISION CLASSIFIED AS Z5
 C7  INCORPORATED PLACE THAT ALSO SERVES AS A COUNTY EQUIVALENT AND AN MCD
     EQUIVALENT; GENERALLY REFERRED TO AS AN "INDEPENDENT CITY"
 D2  FEDERALLY RECOGNIZED AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION THAT ALSO SERVES AS AN
     MCD EQUIVALENT
 D5  STATE-RECOGNIZED AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION THAT ALSO SERVES AS AN MCD
     EQUIVALENT
 T1  GOVERNMENTALLY ACTIVE MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) THAT IS NOT COEXTENSIVE
     WITH AN INCORPORATED PLACE
 T5  GOVERNMENTALLY ACTIVE MCD THAT IS COEXTENSIVE WITH AN INCORPORATED PLACE
 Z1  MCD THAT IS GOVERNMENTALLY INACTIVE OR CANNOT PROVIDE GENERAL-PURPOSE
     GOVERNMENTAL SERVICES
 Z3  UNORGANIZED TERRITORY IDENTIFIED BY THE CENSUS BUREAU AS AN MCD
     EQUIVALENT FOR PRESENTING CENSUS DATA
 Z5  CENSUS COUNTY DIVISION (CCD); CENSUS SUBAREA (CSA) (ALASKA ONLY);
     CENSUS SUBDISTRICT (VIRGIN ISLANDS ONLY)
 Z7  INCORPORATED PLACE THAT THE CENSUS BUREAU TREATS AS A MINOR CIVIL
     DIVISION (MCD) EQUIVALENT BECAUSE IT IS NOT IN ANY MCD OR IS COEXTENSIVE
     WITH A LEGALLY ESTABLISHED BUT NONFUNCTIONING MCD THAT THE CENSUS BUREAU
     DOES NOT RECOGNIZE FOR DATA PRESENTATION, AND IS LOCATED IN A STATE OR
     COUNTY WHOSE MCDS CANNOT PROVIDE GOVERNMENTAL SERVICES (IOWA AND NEBRASKA
     ONLY)

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 COUNTY SUBDIVISION POPULATION
   SIZE CODE                  COUSUBSC            2         87           A/N
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         00  NOT IN UNIVERSE        12  2,500-4,999
         01  0                      13  5,000-9,999
         02  1-24                   14  10,000-19,999
         03  25-99                  15  20,000-24,999
         04  100-199                16  25,000-49,999
         05  200-249                17  50,000-99,999
         06  250-299                18  100,000-249,999
         07  300-499                19  250,000-499,999
         08  500-999                20  500,000-999,999
         09  1,000-1,499            21  1,000,000-2,499,999
         10  1,500-1,999            22  2,500,000-4,999,999
         11  2,000-2,499            23  5,000,000 OR MORE

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 DIVISION(8)                  DIVIS               1         89          A/N
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 0  NOT IN A DIVISION      4  WEST NORTH CENTRAL      7  WEST SOUTH CENTRAL
 1  NEW ENGLAND            5  SOUTH ATLANTIC          8  MOUNTAIN
 2  MIDDLE ATLANTIC        6  EAST SOUTH CENTRAL      9  PACIFIC
 3  EAST NORTH CENTRAL
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 EXTENDED CITY INDICATOR(8)   EXTCITIN            1         90          A/N
 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
            1    EXTENDED CITY     9    NOT AN EXTENDED CITY
 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

 INTERNAL USE CODE(11)        INTUC              15         91          A/N
 METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL
  AREA/CONSOLIDATED METRO-
  POLITAN STATISTICAL
  AREA(9)                     MSACMSA             4        106          A/N
 MSA/CMSA POPULATION SIZE
  CODE                        MSACMSAS            2        110          A/N
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         00  NOT IN UNIVERSE        12  2,500-4,999
         01  0                      13  5,000-9,999
         02  1-24                   14  10,000-19,999
         03  25-99                  15  20,000-24,999
         04  100-199                16  25,000-49,999
         05  200-249                17  50,000-99,999
         06  250-299                18  100,000-249,999
         07  300-499                19  250,000-499,999
         08  500-999                20  500,000-999,999
         09  1,000-1,499            21  1,000,000-2,499,999
         10  1,500-1,999            22  2,500,000-4,999,999
         11  2,000-2,499            23  5,000,000 OR MORE

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 PLACE (CENSUS)(9)            PLACECE             4        112           A/N
 PLACE (FIPS)(10)             PLACEFP             5        116           A/N
 PLACE CLASS CODE             PLACECC             2        121           A/N
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 C1  INCORPORATED PLACE THAT IS GOVERNMENTALLY ACTIVE, IS NOT RELATED TO AN
     ALASKA NATIVE VILLAGE STATISTICAL AREA (ANVSA), AND DOES NOT SERVE AS A
     MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) EQUIVALENT
 C2  INCORPORATED PLACE THAT ALSO SERVES AS A MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD)
     EQUIVALENT BECAUSE, ALTHOUGH THE PLACE IS COEXTENSIVE WITH AN MCD, THE
     CENSUS BUREAU, IN AGREEMENT WITH STATE OFFICIALS, DOES NOT RECOGNIZE THAT
     MCD FOR PRESENTING CENSUS DATA BECAUSE THE MCD CANNOT PROVIDE GOVERNMENTAL
     SERVICES (IOWA AND OHIO ONLY)
 C5  INCORPORATED PLACE THAT ALSO SERVES AS AN MCD EQUIVALENT BECAUSE IT IS NOT
     PART OF AN MCD
 C6  INCORPORATED PLACE THAT COINCIDES WITH OR APPROXIMATES AN ANVSA
 C7  INCORPORATED PLACE THAT ALSO SERVES AS A COUNTY EQUIVALENT; GENERALLY
     REFERRED TO AS AN "INDEPENDENT CITY"
 C8  THE PORTION ("REMAINDER") OF A CONSOLIDATED CITY THAT EXCLUDES THE
     INCORPORATED PLACE(S) WITHIN THAT JURISDICTION
 C9  INCORPORATED PLACE WHOSE GOVERNMENT IS OPERATIONALLY INACTIVE AND IS
     NOT INCLUDED IN ANY OTHER C SUBCLASS
 M2  MILITARY OR COAST GUARD INSTALLATION (OR PART OF AN INSTALLATION) THAT
     SERVES AS A CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACE (CDP)
 U1  CDP WITH A NAME THAT IS COMMONLY RECOGNIZED FOR THE POPULATED AREA
 U2  CDP WITH A NAME THAT IS NOT COMMONLY RECOGNIZED FOR THE POPULATED AREA
     (E.G., A COMBINATION OF THE NAMES OF TWO OR THREE COMMONLY RECOGNIZED
     COMMUNITIES, OR A NAME THAT IDENTIFIES THE LOCATION OF THE CDP IN
     RELATION TO AN ADJACENT INCORPORATED PLACE)
 U9  CDP THAT COINCIDES WITH OR APPROXIMATES AN ANVSA.

 NOTE:  IN OHIO, A MULTI-COUNTY PLACE THAT HAS A DIFFERENT MCD RELATIONSHIP
       IN EACH COUNTY IS ASSIGNED ONLY A SINGLE CLASS CODE OF C1, C2, OR C5.
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 PLACE DESCRIPTION CODE       PLACEDC             1        123          A/N
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 1  INCORPORATED CENTRAL CITY OF A METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/PRIMARY
    METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (MSA/PMSA), BUT NOT A CENTRAL PLACE OF
    AN URBANIZED AREA (UA)
 2  INCORPORATED CENTRAL PLACE OF AN URBANIZED AREA (UA), BUT NOT A CENTRAL
    CITY OF A METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/PRIMARY METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL
    AREA (MSA/PMSA)
 3  INCORPORATED CENTRAL CITY OF A METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/PRIMARY
    METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (MSA/PMSA) AND A CENTRAL PLACE OF AN
    URBANIZED AREA (UA)
 4  CONSOLIDATED CITY OR AN INCORPORATED PLACE THAT IS NOT A CENTRAL CITY OF
    A METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/PRIMARY METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA
    (MSA/PMSA) AND NOT A CENTRAL PLACE OF AN URBANIZED AREA (UA)
 5  INCORPORATED PLACE, WHICH IS THE CENTRAL PLACE OF AN URBANIZED AREA
    (UA), BUT ONLY PART OF WHICH IS THE CENTRAL CITY OF A METROPOLITAN
    STATISTICAL AREA/PRIMARY METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (MSA/PMSA)
 6  INCORPORATED PLACE, WHICH IS NOT A CENTRAL PLACE OF AN URBANIZED AREA
    (UA), BUT PART OF WHICH IS THE CENTRAL CITY OF A METROPOLITAN
    STATISTICAL AREA/PRIMARY METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (MSA/PMSA)
 A  CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACE (CDP) THAT IS A CENTRAL PLACE OF AN URBANIZED
    AREA (UA), BUT NOT A CENTRAL CITY OF A METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL
    AREA/PRIMARY METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (MSA/PMSA)
 B  CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACE (CDP) THAT IS A CENTRAL CITY OF A METROPOLITAN
    STATISTICAL AREA/PRIMARY METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (MSA/PMSA), BUT
    NOT A CENTRAL PLACE OF AN URBANIZED AREA (UA)
 C  CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACE (CDP) THAT IS A CENTRAL CITY OF A METROPOLITAN
    STATISTICAL AREA/PRIMARY METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (MSA/PMSA) AND
    A CENTRAL PLACE OF AN URBANIZED AREA (UA)
 D  CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACE (CDP) THAT IS IN A 1980 OR SPECIAL CENSUS
    URBANIZED AREA (UA) AND IS NOT A CENTRAL CITY OR A CENTRAL PLACE; THESE
    CDP'S MUST HAVE A 1990 POPULATION OF AT LEAST 300 IN HAWAII AND THE VIRGIN
    ISLANDS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1,000 IN PUERTO RICO, AND 2,500 ELSEWHERE
 E  CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACE (CDP) NOT CLASSIFIED ELSEWHERE; THESE CDP'S MUST
    MEET THE FOLLOWING MINIMUM POPULATION REQUIREMENTS:

    -- 300 IN HAWAII AND THE VIRGIN ISLANDS OF THE UNITED STATES
    -- 25 IN ALASKA
    -- 1,000 IN ALL OTHER STATES AND PUERTO RICO

 F  ZONA URBANA THAT IS A CENTRAL PLACE OF AN URBANIZED AREA (UA) IN PUERTO
    RICO, BUT NOT A CENTRAL CITY OF A METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/PRIMARY
    METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (MSA/PMSA)
 G  ZONA URBANA THAT IS A CENTRAL CITY OF A METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL
    AREA/PRIMARY METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (MSA/PMSA) IN PUERTO RICO, BUT
    NOT A CENTRAL PLACE OF AN URBANIZED AREA (UA)
 H  ZONA URBANA THAT IS A CENTRAL CITY OF A METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL
    AREA/PRIMARY METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (MSA/PMSA) AND A CENTRAL PLACE
    OF AN URBANIZED AREA (UA)
 I  ZONA URBANA IN PUERTO RICO THAT IS NOT A CENTRAL CITY OR A CENTRAL PLACE
 L  CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACE (CDP) ENTIRELY WITHIN AN AMERICAN INDIAN
    RESERVATION AND ENTIRELY OUTSIDE OF A 1980 OR SPECIAL CENSUS URBANIZED AREA
    (UA); THESE CDP'S MUST HAVE A 1990 POPULATION OF AT LEAST 25 IN ALASKA AND
    250 ELSEWHERE

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 PLACE POPULATION SIZE CODE   PLACESC             2        124
     A/N
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         00  NOT IN UNIVERSE        12  2,500-4,999
         01  0                      13  5,000-9,999
         02  1-24                   14  10,000-19,999
         03  25-99                  15  20,000-24,999
         04  100-199                16  25,000-49,999
         05  200-249                17  50,000-99,999
         06  250-299                18  100,000-249,999
         07  300-499                19  250,000-499,999
         08  500-999                20  500,000-999,999
         09  1,000-1,499            21  1,000,000-2,499,999
         10  1,500-1,999            22  2,500,000-4,999,999
         11  2,000-2,499            23  5,000,000 OR MORE

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 PRIMARY METROPOLITAN STATIS-
  TICAL AREA(9)               PMSA                4        126          A/N
 REGION(8)                    REG                 1        130          A/N
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     1    NORTHEAST     2     MIDWEST     3     SOUTH     4   WEST

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 STATE (CENSUS)(8)            STATECE             2        131          A/N
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 06  PUERTO RICO         33  ILLINOIS     54  VIRGINIA        81 MONTANA
 07  VIRGIN ISLANDS OF   34  MICHIGAN     55  WEST VIRGINIA   82 IDAHO
      THE UNITED STATES  35  WISCONSIN    56  NORTH CAROLINA  83 WYOMING
 11  MAINE               41  MINNESOTA    57  SOUTH CAROLINA  84  COLORADO
 12  NEW HAMPSHIRE       42  IOWA         58  GEORGIA         85  NEW MEXICO
 13  VERMONT             43  MISSOURI     59  FLORIDA         86  ARIZONA
 14  MASSACHUSETTS       44  NORTH DAKOTA 61  KENTUCKY        87  UTAH
 15  RHODE ISLAND        45  SOUTH DAKOTA 62  TENNESSEE       88  NEVADA
 16  CONNECTICUT         46  NEBRASKA     63  ALABAMA         91  WASHINGTON
 21  NEW YORK            47  KANSAS       64  MISSISSIPPI     92  OREGON
 22  NEW JERSEY          51  DELAWARE     71  ARKANSAS        93  CALIFORNIA
 23  PENNSYLVANIA        52  MARYLAND     72  LOUISIANA       94  ALASKA
 31  OHIO                53  DISTRICT OF  73  OKLAHOMA        95  HAWAII
 32  INDIANA                  COLUMBIA    74   TEXAS

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 STATE (FIPS)(8)              STATEFP             2        133          A/N
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 01   ALABAMA     17   ILLINOIS      31   NEBRASKA        46  SOUTH DAKOTA
 02   ALASKA      18   INDIANA       32   NEVADA          47  TENNESSEE
 04   ARIZONA     19   IOWA          33   NEW HAMPSHIRE   48  TEXAS
 05   ARKANSAS    20   KANSAS        34   NEW JERSEY      49  UTAH
 06   CALIFORNIA  21   KENTUCKY      35   NEW MEXICO      50  VERMONT
 08   COLORADO    22   LOUISIANA     36   NEW YORK        51  VIRGINIA
 09   CONNECTICUT 23   MAINE         37   NORTH CAROLINA  53  WASHINGTON
 10   DELAWARE    24   MARYLAND      38   NORTH DAKOTA    54  WEST VIRGINIA
 11   DISTRICT OF 25   MASSACHUSETTS 39   OHIO            55  WISCONSIN
       COLUMBIA   26   MICHIGAN      40   OKLAHOMA        56  WYOMING
 12   FLORIDA     27   MINNESOTA     41   OREGON          72  PUERTO RICO
 13   GEORGIA     28   MISSISSIPPI   42   PENNSYLVANIA    78  VIRGIN ISLANDS
 15   HAWAII      29   MISSOURI      44   RHODE ISLAND          OF THE
 16   IDAHO       30   MONTANA       45   SOUTH CAROLINA       UNITED STATES

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 URBAN/RURAL(8)               URBANRUR            1        135          A/N
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                1    URBAN                          2    RURAL
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 URBANIZED AREA(9)            URBAREA             4        136          A/N
 URBANIZED AREA POPULATION
  SIZE CODE                   UASC                2        140          A/N
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         00  NOT IN UNIVERSE        12  2,500-4,999
         01  0                      13  5,000-9,999
         02  1-24                   14  10,000-19,999
         03  25-99                  15  20,000-24,999
         04  100-199                16  25,000-49,999
         05  200-249                17  50,000-99,999
         06  250-299                18  100,000-249,999
         07  300-499                19  250,000-499,999
         08  500-999                20  500,000-999,999
         09  1,000-1,499            21  1,000,000-2,499,999
         10  1,500-1,999            22  2,500,000-4,999,999
         11  2,000-2,499            23  5,000,000 OR MORE

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 SPECIAL AREA CODE (1)        SAC1                5        142          A/N
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (2)        SAC2                5        147          A/N
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (3)        SAC3                4        152          A/N
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (4)        SAC4                4        156          A/N
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (5)        SAC5                3        160          A/N
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (6)        SAC6                3        163          A/N
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (7)        SAC7                2        166          A/N
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (8)        SAC8                2        168          A/N
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (9)        SAC9                1        170          A/N
 SPECIAL AREA CODE (10)       SAC10               1        171          A/N

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 AREA CHARACTERISTICS

 AREA (LAND)(12)              AREALAND           10        172          A/N
 AREA (WATER)(13)             AREAWAT            10        182          A/N
 AREA NAME/PSAD TERM/
  PART INDICATOR 14           ANPSADPI           66        192          A/N

 FUNCTIONAL STATUS CODE       FUNCSTAT            1        258         A/N
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 A  ACTIVE GOVERNMENTAL UNIT, EXCEPT AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATIONS AND ALASKA
    NATIVE VILLAGE STATISTICAL AREAS.  AN ACTIVE GOVERNMENTAL UNIT HAS THE
    LEGAL CAPACITY TO HAVE OFFICERS, TO RAISE REVENUE, AND TO CONDUCT GOVERN-
    MENTAL ACTIVITIES UNDER STATE LAWS, AND CURRENTLY IS DOING SO.
 B  FUNCTIONING GOVERNMENTAL UNIT PROVIDING NO SUBSTANTIVE GOVERNMENTAL
    SERVICES.--THESE AREAS MAY BE COEXTENSIVE WITH AND ADMINISTERED BY
    OFFICIALS OF ANOTHER GOVERNMENTAL UNIT (SUCH AS TOWNS IN CONNECTICUT THAT
    ARE COEXTENSIVE WITH CITIES), OR THE NUMBER OF OFFICIALS AND/OR THE FUNC-
    TIONS THEY PERFORM ARE SO MINIMAL AND/OR VESTIGIAL THAT THE CENSUS BUREAU
    DOES NOT RECOGNIZE THEM AS GOVERNMENTAL UNITS FOR CENSUS PURPOSES (SUCH AS
    TOWNSHIPS IN IOWA).
 F  FALSE ENTITY.--IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN COMPLETE COVERAGE OF EVERY STATE AT
    THE COUNTY LEVEL AND OF EVERY COUNTY AT THE COUNTY SUBDIVISION LEVEL, WE
    CREATE FALSE ENTITIES AT THESE LEVELS FOR ANY PLACE THAT IS INDEPENDENT OF
    A COUNTY OR INDEPENDENT OF A MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD).  THIS CODE ALSO IS
    USED FOR PLACE RECORDS THAT REPRESENT THE REMAINDER OF A CONSOLIDATED CITY
    OR THE REMAINDER OF A COUNTY SUBDIVISION.
 I  INACTIVE GOVERNMENTAL UNIT.--AN INACTIVE GOVERNMENTAL UNIT HAS THE LEGAL
    CAPACITY TO BE ACTIVE, BUT CURRENTLY HAS NO LEGAL OFFICERS, RAISES NO
    REVENUES, AND CONDUCTS NO ACTIVITIES.
 N  NONFUNCTIONING GOVERNMENTAL UNIT.    A NONFUNCTIONING GOVERNMENTAL UNIT
    HAS LEGALLY ESTABLISHED BOUNDARIES, BUT HAS NO LEGAL CAPACITY TO CONDUCT
    GOVERNMENTAL ACTIVITY.
 R  AN AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION, AN AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBE WHOSE NAME IS
    ASSOCIATED WITH TRUST LANDS, OR AN ALASKA NATIVE VILLAGE STATISTICAL AREA.
 S  STATISTICAL ENTITY, EXCEPT ALASKA NATIVE VILLAGE STATISTICAL AREAS AND
    TRIBAL JURISDICTION STATISTICAL AREAS.  A STATISTICAL ENTITY HAS NO
    GOVERNMENTAL STATUS AND IS DEFINED BY OR IN COOPERATION WITH THE CENSUS
    BUREAU OR OTHER FEDERAL AGENCY.  THIS CATEGORY INCLUDES CENSUS REGIONS,
    CENSUS DIVISIONS, CENSUS COUNTY DIVISIONS (CCDS), CENSUS DESIGNATED
    PLACES (CDPS), METROPOLITAN AREAS (MSA/CMSA/PMSAS), URBANIZED AREAS (UAS),
    UNORGANIZED TERRITORIES (UTS), TRIBAL DESIGNATED STATISTICAL AREAS (TDSAS),
    CENSUS AREAS AND CENSUS SUBAREAS IN ALASKA, AND COMUNIDADES AND ZONAS
    URBANAS IN PUERTO RICO.
 T  TRIBAL JURISDICTION STATISTICAL AREA.  A TRIBAL JURISDICTION STATISTICAL
    AREA (TJSA) IS NOT A LEGALLY DEFINED GOVERNMENTAL UNIT, BUT IS RECOGNIZED
    AS A STATISTICAL AREA FOR THE 1990 CENSUS.  THESE AREAS EXIST ONLY IN THE
    STATE OF OKLAHOMA AND WERE NOT RECOGNIZED SEPARATELY IN 1980.

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 GEOGRAPHIC CHANGE USER NOTE
  INDICATOR                   GCUNI               1        259         A/N
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   0    NO GEOGRAPHIC CHANGE NOTE FOR THE AREA WITHIN THE SUMMARY LEVEL
   1    SEE USER NOTES FOR A GEOGRAPHIC CHANGE NOTE
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 HOUSING UNIT COUNT (100%)
  (15)                        HU100               9        260         A/N
 INTERNAL POINT (LATITUDE)
  (16)                        INTPTLAT            9        269         A/N
 INTERNAL POINT (LONGITUDE)
 (17)                        INTPTLNG           10         278         A/N
 PART FLAG                    PARTFLAG            1        288         A/N
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                0    NOT A PART                  1    PART
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 POLITICAL/STATISTICAL AREA
  DESCRIPTION CODE            PSADC               2        289         A/N
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 01  STATE OR STATE EQUIVALENT - NO STATUS IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE
     ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 04  BOROUGH - COUNTY EQUIVALENT IN ALASKA; "BOROUGH" IS APPENDED TO THE
     NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 05  CENSUS AREA - COUNTY EQUIVALENT IN ALASKA; "CENSUS AREA" IS APPENDED TO
     THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 06  COUNTY - "COUNTY" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICA-
     TIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 08  INDEPENDENT CITY - COUNTY EQUIVALENT IN MARYLAND, MISSOURI, AND VIRGINIA;
     "CITY" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND
     RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 09  INDEPENDENT CITY - COUNTY EQUIVALENT IN NEVADA; NO STATUS IS APPENDED TO
     THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 10  ISLAND - COUNTY EQUIVALENT IN VIRGIN ISLANDS OF THE UNITED STATES;
     "ISLAND" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND
     RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 13  MUNICIPIO - COUNTY EQUIVALENT IN PUERTO RICO; "MUNICIPIO" IS APPENDED TO
     THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 14  (NONE) - COUNTY EQUIVALENT; USED AT COUNTY LEVEL FOR THE DISTRICT OF
     COLUMBIA AND YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK (MONTANA).  NO STATUS IS APPENDED
     TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA
     PRODUCTS.
 15  PARISH - COUNTY EQUIVALENT IN LOUISIANA; "PARISH" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME
     OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 19  AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) IN MAINE AND
     NEW YORK; "RESERVATION" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS
     PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 20  BARRIO - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) IN PUERTO RICO; "BARRIO" IS APPENDED
     TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA
     PRODUCTS.
 21  BOROUGH - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) IN NEW YORK; MCD EQUIVALENT IN NEW
     JERSEY AND PENNSYLVANIA; "BOROUGH" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE
     ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 22  CENSUS COUNTY DIVISION (CCD) - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) EQUIVALENT IN
     21 STATES; "DIVISION" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS
     PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 23  CENSUS SUBAREA - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) EQUIVALENT IN ALASKA;
     "CENSUS SUBAREA" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS
     PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 24  CENSUS SUBDISTRICT - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) EQUIVALENT IN THE VIRGIN
     ISLANDS OF THE UNITED STATES; "SUBDISTRICT" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE
     ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 25  CITY - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) EQUIVALENT IN 20 STATES; "CITY" IS
     APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED
     DATA PRODUCTS.
 27  DISTRICT (MAGISTERIAL, ROAD) - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) IN PENNSYLVANIA,
     VIRGINIA, AND WEST VIRGINIA; "DISTRICT" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE
     ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 28  DISTRICT (ASSESSMENT, ELECTION, MAGISTERIAL, SUPERVISORS', OR PARISH
     GOVERNING AUTHORITY) - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) IN LOUISIANA, MARYLAND,
     MISSISSIPPI, AND WEST VIRGINIA; NO STATUS IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE
     ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 29  ELECTION PRECINCT - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) IN ILLINOIS AND NEBRASKA;
     "PRECINCT" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS
     AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 30  ELECTION PRECINCT - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) IN ILLINOIS AND NEBRASKA;
     NO STATUS IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND
     RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 31  GORE - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) IN MAINE AND VERMONT; "GORE" IS APPENDED
     TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA
     PRODUCTS.
 32  GRANT - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) IN NEW HAMPSHIRE AND VERMONT; "GRANT"
     IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED
     DATA PRODUCTS.
 33  INDEPENDENT CITY - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) EQUIVALENT IN MARYLAND,
     MISSOURI, AND VIRGINIA; "CITY" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY
     IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 34  INDEPENDENT CITY - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) EQUIVALENT IN NEVADA; NO
     STATUS IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND
     RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 36  LOCATION - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) IN NEW HAMPSHIRE; "LOCATION" IS
     APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED
     DATA PRODUCTS.
 38  (NONE) - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) EQUIVALENT FOR DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
     AND ARLINGTON COUNTY, VIRGINIA; NO STATUS IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE
     ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 39  PLANTATION - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) IN MAINE; "PLANTATION" IS
     APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED
     DATA PRODUCTS.
 40  PLANTATION - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) IN MAINE; NO STATUS IS APPENDED
     TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA
     PRODUCTS.
 41  BARRIO-PUEBLO - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) IN PUERTO RICO; "BARRIO-
     PUEBLO" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND
     RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 42  PURCHASE - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) IN NEW HAMPSHIRE; "PURCHASE" IS
     APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED
     DATA PRODUCTS.
 43  TOWN - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) IN 8 STATES; MCD EQUIVALENT IN NEW
     JERSEY, PENNSYLVANIA, AND SOUTH DAKOTA; "TOWN" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME
     OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 44  TOWNSHIP - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) IN 16 STATES; "TOWNSHIP" IS APPENDED
     TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA
     PRODUCTS.
 45  TOWNSHIP - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) IN KANSAS, NEBRASKA, AND NORTH
     CAROLINA; NO STATUS IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS
     PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 46  UNORGANIZED TERRITORY - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) IN 9 STATES; "UNORG."
     IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED
     DATA PRODUCTS.
 47  VILLAGE - MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) EQUIVALENT IN NEW JERSEY, OHIO, SOUTH
     DAKOTA, AND WISCONSIN; "VILLAGE" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN
     CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 51  SUBBARRIO - SUB-MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (SUB-MCD) IN PUERTO RICO; "SUBBARRIO"
     IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED
     DATA PRODUCTS.
 55  COMUNIDAD - PLACE (CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACE) IN PUERTO RICO; "COMUNIDAD"
     IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED
     DATA PRODUCTS.
 56  BOROUGH - PLACE IN CONNECTICUT, NEW JERSEY, AND PENNSYLVANIA; "BOROUGH"
     IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED
     DATA PRODUCTS.
 57  CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACE - PLACE; "CDP" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE
     ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 58  CITY - PLACE; "CITY" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS
     PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 59  CITY - PLACE; USED FOR SOME CITIES THAT HAVE A UNIQUE DESCRIPTION, NO
     DESCRIPTION, OR A DESCRIPTION INCLUDED WITH THEIR NAME, AS FOLLOWS:

        ANACONDA-DEER LODGE COUNTY (MONTANA): INCORPORATED MUNICIPALITY;
        BUTTE-SILVER BOW (REMAINDER) (MONTANA): (NONE);
        CARSON CITY, NEVADA: (NONE);
        COLUMBUS CITY (REMAINDER) (GEORGIA): (NONE);
        INDIANAPOLIS CITY (REMAINDER) (INDIANA): (NONE);
        JACKSONVILLE CITY (REMAINDER) (FLORIDA): (NONE);
        LEXINGTON-FAYETTE (KENTUCKY): URBAN COUNTY GOVERNMENT;
        LYNCHBURG-MOORE COUNTY  (TENNESSEE): (NONE);
        MILFORD CITY (REMAINDER) (CONNECTICUT): (NONE);
        NASHVILLE-DAVIDSON (REMAINDER) (TENNESSEE): "METROPOLITAN

         GOVERNMENT OF NASHVILLE AND DAVIDSON COUNTY";

    NO STATUS IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS
    AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 60  TOWN - PLACE; PLACE IN 30 STATES AND THE VIRGIN ISLANDS OF THE UNITED
     STATES; "TOWN" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS
     PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 61  VILLAGE - PLACE; PLACE IN 19 STATES; "VILLAGE" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME
     OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 62  ZONA URBANA - PLACE (CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACE) IN PUERTO RICO; "ZONA
     URBANA" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS
     AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 65  CONSOLIDATED CITY IN CONNECTICUT, FLORIDA, GEORGIA, AND INDIANA -
     "CITY" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND
     RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 66  CONSOLIDATED CITY - USED FOR SOME CONSOLIDATED CITIES THAT HAVE UNIQUE
     DESCRIPTIONS OR NO DESCRIPTIONS, AS FOLLOWS:

        BUTTE-SILVER BOW (MONTANA): (NONE);
        NASHVILLE-DAVIDSON (TENNESSEE):  "METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF
         NASHVILLE AND DAVIDSON COUNTY";

    NO STATUS IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS
     AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 68  CENSUS REGION - NO STATUS IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN
     CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 69  CENSUS DIVISION - NO STATUS IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN
     CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 71  CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (CMSA) - "CMSA" IS APPENDED
     TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA
     PRODUCTS.
 72  METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (MSA) - "MSA" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF
     THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 73  PRIMARY METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (PMSA) - "PMSA" IS APPENDED TO
     THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 75  URBANIZED AREA (UA) - NO STATUS IS APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY
     IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 77  ALASKA NATIVE REGIONAL CORPORATION - NO STATUS IS APPENDED TO THE NAME
     OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 79  ALASKA NATIVE VILLAGE STATISTICAL AREA - NO STATUS IS APPENDED TO THE
     NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 80  TRIBAL DESIGNATED STATISTICAL AREA - AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION
     EQUIVALENT FOR NON-LAND-BASED TRIBES OUTSIDE OF OKLAHOMA; "TDSA" IS
     APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED
     DATA PRODUCTS.
 81  COLONY - AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION; "COLONY" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME
     OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 82  COMMUNITY - AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION; "COMMUNITY" IS APPENDED TO THE
     NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 83  JOINT AREA - AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION EQUIVALENT; "JOINT AREA" IS
     APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED
     DATA PRODUCTS.
 84  PUEBLO - AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION; "PUEBLO" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME
     OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 85  RANCHERIA - AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION; "RANCHERIA" IS APPENDED TO THE
     NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 86  RESERVATION - AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION; "RESERVATION" IS APPENDED TO
     THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 87  RESERVE - AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION; "RESERVE" IS APPENDED TO THE NAME
     OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.
 88  TRIBAL JURISDICTION STATISTICAL AREA - AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION
     EQUIVALENT REPRESENTING HISTORIC TRIBAL AREAS IN OKLAHOMA; "TJSA" IS
     APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED
     DATA PRODUCTS.
 89  TRUST LANDS - AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION EQUIVALENT; NO STATUS IS
     APPENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED
     DATA PRODUCTS.
 90  (NONE) - AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION; NO STATUS IS APPENDED TO THE NAME
     OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED DATA PRODUCTS.

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 POPULATION COUNT (100%)(18)  POP100              9        291          A/N
 SPECIAL FLAG                 SPFLAG              1        300          A/N
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 FOOTNOTES

 1.  A UNIQUE IDENTIFIER FOR EACH FILE SERIES.  DRESS REHEARSAL FILES HAVE
    A "D" IN THE CHARACTER FOLLOWING THE LAST CHARACTER IN THE FILE
    IDENTIFICATION CODE FOR THE EQUIVALENT 1990 DECENNIAL CENSUS FILE; FOR
    EXAMPLE, PL94171D IS THE IDENTIFIER FOR THE DRESS REHEARSAL FILE FOR
    THE P.L. 94-171 DATA.  FILE IDENTIFICATION CODE FOR THE P.L. 94-171
    FILE IS PL94171.  FILE IDENTIFICATION CODES FOR SUMMARY TAPE FILES ARE
    STFNN WHERE NN = FILE NUMBER; FOR EXAMPLE, STF1A IS THE IDENTIFICATION
    FOR SUMMARY TAPE FILE 1A.  FILE IDENTIFICATION CODES FOR SUBJECT SUMMARY
    TAPE FILES ARE SSTFNN WHERE NN = THE NUMBER OF THE SUBJECT REPORT.  FILE
    IDENTIFICATION CODES FOR SPECIAL PROJECT FILES ARE IDENTIFIED BY SPMMM
    WHERE MMM = A THREE DIGIT SPECIAL PROJECT NUMBER.  SEE HOW TO USE THIS
    FILE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.

 2.  IDENTIFIES THE GEOGRAPHIC LEVEL FOR WHICH THE DATA MATRICES ON THE
    SUMMARY TAPE FILE HAVE BEEN SUMMARIZED.  THE SUMMARY LEVEL SEQUENCE CHART
    DESCRIBES THE HIERARCHICAL ARRANGEMENT OF THE SPECIFIED GEOGRAPHIC AREAS
    WITH OTHER GEOGRAPHIC AREAS, IF ANY.  THE SUMMARY LEVEL MUST BE USED IN
    COMBINATION WITH THE GEOGRAPHIC AREA CODES TO IDENTIFY A SPECIFIC GEO-
    GRAPHIC AREA (FOR EXAMPLE, SUMMARY LEVEL 050 AND A SPECIFIC COUNTY CODE
    MUST BE USED TOGETHER TO LOCATE THE DATA FOR A PARTICULAR COUNTY).  SEE HOW
    TO USE THIS FILE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.

 3.  INDICATES AN ITERATION (REPETITION), FOR THE SPECIFIED SUMMARY LEVEL, OF
    THE DATA MATRICES ON THE SUMMARY TAPE FILE FOR THE GEOGRAPHIC COMPONENTS
    LISTED IN THE GEOGRAPHIC COMPONENT FIELD.  SEE HOW TO USE THIS FILE FOR
    FURTHER INFORMATION.

 4.  INDICATES AN ITERATION (REPETITION), FOR THE SPECIFIED SUMMARY LEVEL, OF
    THE DATA MATRICES ON THE SUMMARY TAPE FILE FOR A POPULATION OR HOUSING
    CHARACTERISTIC.  ONLY MATRICES CONTAINING A "B" IN THE PREFIX HAVE CHARAC-
    TERISTIC ITERATIONS.  SEE HOW TO USE THIS FILE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.

 5.  THE LOGICAL RECORD IS THE COMPLETE RECORD (IDENTIFICATION AND SET OF
    TABLES (MATRICES)) FOR A GEOGRAPHIC ENTITY DEFINED BY THE SUMMARY LEVEL,
    BUT EXCLUSIVE OF THE CHARACTERISTIC ITERATION.  A LOGICAL RECORD MAY HAVE
    ONE OR MORE PARTS (OR SEGMENTS).  EACH LOGICAL RECORD HAS AN ASSIGNED
    SEQUENTIAL INTEGER NUMBER WITHIN THE FILE.  SEE HOW TO USE THIS FILE FOR
    FURTHER INFORMATION.

 6.  WITHIN THE LOGICAL RECORD, EACH PART IS IDENTIFIED UNIQUELY IN TERMS OF
    ITS SEQUENCE.  SEE HOW TO USE THIS FILE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.

 7.  THIS FIELD IDENTIFIES HOW MANY PARTS (OR SEGMENTS) COMPRISE THE ENTIRE
    LOGICAL RECORD.  SEE HOW TO USE THIS FILE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.

 8.  SEE APPENDIX A, AREA CLASSIFICATIONS, FOR DEFINITION OF THIS FIELD IF IT
    IS APPLICABLE TO THIS FILE.

 9.  SEE THE PUBLICATION, GEOGRAPHIC IDENTIFICATION CODE SCHEME, FOR CODES
     IN THIS FIELD AND RELATED TERMINOLOGY IF IT IS APPLICABLE TO THIS FILE.
     SEE APPENDIX A, AREA CLASSIFICATIONS, FOR DEFINITION OF THIS FIELD IF
     IT IS APPLICABLE TO THIS FILE.

 10. SEE THE PUBLICATION, GEOGRAPHIC IDENTIFICATION CODE SCHEME, FOR FIPS 55
     CODES IN THIS FIELD AND RELATED TERMINOLOGY IF IT IS APPLICABLE TO THIS
     FILE.  SEE APPENDIX A, AREA CLASSIFICATIONS, FOR DEFINITION OF THIS FIELD
     IF IT IS APPLICABLE TO THIS FILE.

 11. CODES IN UNSPECIFIED ARRANGEMENT FOR CENSUS BUREAU USE.

 12. LAND AREA MEASUREMENT IN THOUSANDTHS (.001) OF A SQUARE KILOMETER.  THE
     ACCURACY OF THE AREA MEASUREMENT IS LIMITED BY THE INACCURACY INHERENT
     IN 1) THE MAPPING OF THE VARIOUS BOUNDARY FEATURES IN THE TIGER FILE AND
     2) ROUNDING AFFECTING THE LAST DIGIT IN ALL OPERATIONS THAT COMPUTE AND/OR
     SUM THE AREA MEASUREMENTS.  LAND AREA INCLUDES INTERMITTENT WATER AND
     GLACIERS, WHICH APPEAR ON CENSUS MAPS AND IN THE TIGER FILE AS HYDRO-
     GRAPHIC FEATURES.  AN AREA OF .0005 SQUARE KILOMETER IS ROUNDED TO .001;
     AN AREA SMALLER THAN .0005 IS ROUNDED TO .000.  THE DECIMAL POINT IS
     IMPLIED ON THE FILE.  SQUARE MILES CAN BE DERIVED BY DIVIDING SQUARE
     KILOMETERS BY 2.59.  SEE APPENDIX A, AREA CLASSIFICATIONS, FOR DEFINITION
     OF THIS FIELD IF IT IS APPLICABLE TO THIS FILE.

 13. WATER AREA MEASUREMENT IN THOUSANDTHS (.001) OF A SQUARE KILOMETER.  WATER
     AREA IS EXCLUDED FROM CENSUS BLOCKS BY DEFINITION, SO THE WATER AREA FOR A
     BLOCK ALWAYS WILL BE ZERO.  THE ACCURACY OF THE AREA MEASUREMENT IS
     LIMITED BY THE INACCURACY INHERENT IN 1) THE MAPPING OF THE VARIOUS BOUN-
     DARY FEATURES IN THE TIGER FILE AND 2) ROUNDING AFFECTING THE LAST DIGIT
     IN ALL OPERATIONS THAT COMPUTE AND/OR SUM THE AREA MEASUREMENTS.  WATER
     AREA EXCLUDES INTERMITTENT WATER AND GLACIERS, WHICH ARE TREATED AS LAND
     EVEN THOUGH THEY APPEAR ON CENSUS MAPS AND IN THE TIGER FILE AS HYDRO-
     GRAPHIC FEATURES.  AN AREA OF .0005 SQUARE KILOMETER IS ROUNDED TO .001;
     AN AREA SMALLER THAN .0005 IS ROUNDED TO .000.  THE DECIMAL POINT IS
     IMPLIED ON THE FILE. SQUARE MILES CAN BE DERIVED BY DIVIDING SQUARE
     KILOMETERS BY 2.59. SEE APPENDIX A, AREA CLASSIFICATIONS, FOR DEFINITION
     OF THIS FIELD IF IT IS APPLICABLE TO THIS FILE.

 14. NAME OF THE LOWEST-LEVEL ENTITY REPRESENTED BY THE SUMMARY LEVEL.  IN
     ADDITION TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY, THE NAME FIELD CONTAINS THE
     POLITICAL/STATISTICAL AREA DESCRIPTION (PSAD) WHEN APPROPRIATE, AND
     SOMETIMES CONTAINS THE STATE ABBREVIATION.

     FOR LEGAL ENTITIES, THE NAME IS THE ONE REPORTED TO THE BUREAU OF THE
     CENSUS IN THE BOUNDARY AND ANNEXATION SURVEY AND BY OTHER APPROPRIATE
     SOURCES; FOR STATISTICAL ENTITIES, THE NAME IS DETERMINED BY THE OFFICE OF
     MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET FOR METROPOLITAN AREAS AND, FOR OTHER AREAS, THE
     NAME IS DETERMINED BY THE BUREAU OF THE CENSUS, USUALLY IN COOPERATION
     WITH LOCAL OFFICIALS.

     WHEN THE SUMMARY LEVEL REPRESENTS ONLY PART OF THE AREA SPECIFIED IN THE
     NAME, THE NAME USUALLY WILL HAVE "(PT.)" APPENDED TO THE NAME/CODE
     TERMINOLOGY TO DESIGNATE THAT THIS ENTRY FOR THE ENTITY REPRESENTS ONLY
     A PART OF THE TOTAL ENTITY.

 15. THE TOTAL NUMBER OF HOUSING UNITS ENUMERATED IN THE SPECIFIED SUMMARY
     LEVEL AS DETERMINED IN THE 100-PERCENT PROCESSING.

 16. LATITUDE IN DEGREES, TO SIX DECIMAL PLACES, OF A POINT WITHIN THE
     GEOGRAPHIC AREA REPRESENTED BY THE SUMMARY LEVEL.  THE DECIMAL POINT IS
     IMPLIED ON THE FILE.  THE CHARACTER IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING THE FIRST DIGIT
     OF THE LATITUDE OF AN INTERNAL POINT IDENTIFIES THE DIRECTION
     (HEMISPHERE):  A PLUS SIGN (+) INDICATES THE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE; A MINUS
     SIGN (-) INDICATES THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE.  SEE APPENDIX A, AREA
     CLASSIFICATIONS, FOR DEFINITION OF THIS FIELD IF IT IS APPLICABLE TO THIS
     FILE.

 17. LONGITUDE IN DEGREES, TO SIX DECIMAL PLACES, OF A POINT WITH THE
     GEOGRAPHIC  AREA REPRESENTED BY THE SUMMARY LEVEL.  THE DECIMAL POINT IS
     IMPLIED ON THE FILE.  THE CHARACTER IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING THE FIRST DIGIT
     OF THE LONGITUDE OF AN INTERNAL POINT IDENTIFIES THE DIRECTION
     (HEMISPHERE):  A PLUS SIGN (+) INDICATES THE EASTERN HEMISPHERE; A MINUS
     SIGN (-) INDICATES THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE.  A POINT ON THE 180TH MERIDIAN
     IS ASSIGNED TO THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE (-180000000). SEE APPENDIX A, AREA
     CLASSIFICATIONS, FOR DEFINITION OF THIS FIELD IF IT IS APPLICABLE TO THIS
     FILE.

 18. THE TOTAL NUMBER OF PERSONS ENUMERATED IN THE SPECIFIED SUMMARY LEVEL AS
     DETERMINED IN THE 100-PERCENT PROCESSING.
USER NOTE

 AGE REPORTING REVIEW OF DETAILED 1990 INFORMATION INDICATED THAT RESPONDENTS
 TENDED TO PROVIDE THEIR AGE AS OF THE DATE OF COMPLETION OF THE QUESTIONNAIRE,
 NOT THEIR AGE AS OF APRIL 1, 1990.  IN ADDITION, THERE MAY HAVE BEEN A
 TENDENCY FOR RESPONDENTS TO ROUND UP THEIR AGE IF THEY WERE CLOSE TO HAVING A
 BIRTHDAY.  IT IS LIKELY THAT APPROXIMATELY 10 PERCENT OF PERSONS IN MOST AGE
 GROUPS ARE ACTUALLY 1 YEAR YOUNGER.  FOR MOST SINGLE YEARS OF AGE, THE MIS-
 STATEMENTS ARE LARGELY OFFSETTING. THE PROBLEM IS MOST PRONOUNCED AT AGE 0
 BECAUSE PERSONS LOST TO AGE 1 MAY NOT HAVE BEEN FULLY OFFSET BY THE INCLUSION
 OF BABIES BORN AFTER APRIL 1, 1990 AND BECAUSE THERE MAY HAVE BEEN MORE
 ROUNDING UP TO AGE 1 TO AVOID REPORTING AGE AS 0 YEARS.  (AGE IN COMPLETED
 MONTHS WAS NOT COLLECTED FOR INFANTS UNDER AGE 1.)

 THE REPORTING OF AGE 1 YEAR OLDER THAN AGE ON APRIL 1, 1990 IS LIKELY TO HAVE
 BEEN GREATER IN AREAS WHERE THE CENSUS DATA WERE COLLECTED LATER IN 1990.  THE
 MAGNITUDE OF THIS PROBLEM WAS MUCH LESS IN THE THREE PREVIOUS CENSUSES WHERE
 AGE WAS TYPICALLY DERIVED FROM RESPONDENT DATA ON YEAR OF BIRTH AND QUARTER OF
 BIRTH.  (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE DESIGN OF THE AGE QUESTION, SEE THE
 DISCUSSION ON COMPARABILITY UNDER ``AGE'' IN APPENDIX B.)

USER NOTE

 CLARIFICATION OF DIFFERENCES BETWEEN 100-PERCENT COUNTS AND SAMPLE
 ESTIMATES--ESTIMATED POPULATION AND HOUSING UNIT TOTALS BASED ON TABULATIONS
 FROM ONLY THE SAMPLE QUESTIONNAIRES (SAMPLE TABULATIONS) MAY DIFFER FROM THE
 OFFICIAL COUNTS AS TABULATED FROM EVERY CENSUS QUESTIONNAIRE (100-PERCENT
 TABULATIONS).  SUCH DIFFERENCES RESULT, IN PART, BECAUSE THE SAMPLE TABU-
 LATIONS ARE BASED ON INFORMATION FROM A SAMPLE OF HOUSEHOLDS RATHER THAN FROM
 ALL HOUSEHOLDS (SAMPLING ERROR). DIFFERENCES ALSO CAN OCCUR BECAUSE THE INTER-
 VIEW SITUATION (LENGTH OF QUESTIONNAIRE, EFFECT OF THE INTERVIEWER, AND SO
 FORTH) AND THE PROCESSING RULES DIFFER SOMEWHAT BETWEEN THE 100-PERCENT AND
 SAMPLE TABULATIONS.  THESE TYPES OF DIFFERENCES ARE REFLECTED IN WHAT IS
 CALLED NONSAMPLING ERROR. (FOR A MORE DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF NONSAMPLING
 ERROR, SEE APPENDIX C, "ACCURACY OF THE DATA," IN THE TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION
 FOR SUMMARY TAPE FILE 3.)

 THE 100-PERCENT DATA ARE THE OFFICIAL COUNTS AND SHOULD BE USED AS THE SOURCE
 OF INFORMATION ON ITEMS COLLECTED ON THE 100-PERCENT QUESTIONNAIRE, SUCH AS
 RACE, HISPANIC ORIGIN, AGE, AND NUMBER OF ROOMS IN HOUSING.  THIS IS
 ESPECIALLY APPROPRIATE WHEN THE PRIMARY FOCUS IS ON COUNTS OF THE POPULATION
 OR HOUSING UNITS FOR SMALL AREAS SUCH AS CENSUS TRACTS, BLOCK GROUPS, AND FOR
 AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE AREAS.  FOR ESTIMATES OF COUNTS OF PERSONS
 AND HOUSING UNITS BY CHARACTERISTICS ASKED ONLY ON A SAMPLE BASIS (SUCH AS
 EDUCATION, LABOR FORCE STATUS, INCOME, AND SOURCE OF WATER), THE SAMPLE
 ESTIMATES SHOULD BE USED WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF THE ERROR ASSOCIATED WITH THEM.

 MANY USERS ARE INTERESTED IN TABULATIONS OF ITEMS COLLECTED ON THE SAMPLE
 CROSS-CLASSIFIED BY ITEMS COLLECTED ON A 100-PERCENT BASIS SUCH AS AGE, RACE,
 GENDER, HISPANIC ORIGIN, AND HOUSING UNITS BY TENURE.  GIVEN THE WAY THE
 WEIGHTS WERE APPLIED DURING SAMPLE TABULATIONS, GENERALLY THERE IS EXACT
 AGREEMENT BETWEEN SAMPLE ESTIMATES AND 100-PERCENT COUNTS FOR TOTAL POPULA-
 TION AND TOTAL HOUSING UNITS FOR MOST GEOGRAPHIC AREAS.  AT THE STATE AND
 HIGHER LEVELS, WE ALSO WOULD EXPECT THAT SAMPLE ESTIMATES AND 100-PERCENT
 COUNTS FOR POPULATION BY RACE, AGE, GENDER, AND HISPANIC ORIGIN AND FOR
 HOUSING UNITS BY TENURE, NUMBER  OF ROOMS, AND SO ON, WOULD BE REASONABLY
 SIMILAR AND, IN SOME CASES, THE SAME.  AT SMALLER GEOGRAPHIC LEVELS, INCLUDING
 CENSUS TRACT, THERE IS STILL GENERAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN 100-PERCENT COUNTS AND
 SAMPLE ESTIMATES OF TOTAL POPULATION OR HOUSING UNITS.  AT SMALLER GEOGRAPHIC
 LEVELS, HOWEVER, THERE WILL BE EXPECTED DIFFERENCES BETWEEN SAMPLE ESTIMATES
 AND 100-PERCENT COUNTS FOR POPULATION BY RACE, AGE, GENDER, AND HISPANIC
 ORIGIN AND FOR HOUSING UNITS BY TENURE, NUMBER OF ROOMS, AND SO ON.  IN THESE
 CASES, USERS MAY WANT TO CONSIDER USING DERIVED MEASURES (MEAN, MEDIAN, AND SO
 ON) OR PERCENT DISTRIBUTIONS. WHETHER USING ABSOLUTE NUMBERS OR DERIVED
 MEASURES FOR SMALL POPULATION GROUPS AND FOR A SMALL NUMBER OF HOUSING UNITS
 IN SMALL GEOGRAPHIC AREAS, USERS SHOULD BE CAUTIONED THAT THE SAMPLING ERROR
 ASSOCIATED WITH THESE DATA MAY BE LARGE.

 EVEN THOUGH THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN SAMPLE ESTIMATES AND 100-PERCENT COUNTS
 FOR THESE CATEGORIES ARE GENERALLY SMALL, THE DIFFERENCES FOR THE AMERICAN
 INDIAN AS WELL AS THE HISPANIC ORIGIN POPULATIONS ARE RELATIVELY LARGER THAN
 FOR OTHER GROUPS.  THE FOLLOWING PROVIDES SOME EXPLANATION FOR THESE
 DIFFERENCES.

 STATE-LEVEL SAMPLE ESTIMATES OF THE NUMBER OF AMERICAN INDIANS ARE GENERALLY
 HIGHER THAN THE CORRESPONDING 100-PERCENT COUNTS.  IT APPEARS THE
 DIFFERENCES ARE PRIMARILY THE RESULT OF PROPORTIONATELY HIGHER REPORTING OF
 "CHEROKEE' TRIBE ON SAMPLE QUESTIONNAIRES.  THIS PHENOMENON OCCURS PRIMARILY
 IN OFF-RESERVATION AREAS.  THE REASONS FOR THE GREATER REPORTING OF CHEROKEE
 ON SAMPLE FORMS ARE NOT FULLY KNOWN AT THIS TIME.  THE CENSUS BUREAU WILL DO
 RESEARCH TO PROVIDE MORE INFORMATION ON THIS PHENOMENON.

 FOR THE HISPANIC ORIGIN POPULATION, SAMPLE ESTIMATES AT THE STATE LEVEL ARE
 GENERALLY LOWER THAN THE CORRESPONDING 100-PERCENT COUNTS.  THE MAJORITY OF
 DIFFERENCE IS CAUSED BY THE 100-PERCENT AND SAMPLE PROCESSING OF THE HISPANIC
 QUESTION ON THE SAMPLE QUESTIONNAIRE WHEN THE RESPONDENT DID NOT MARK ANY
 RESPONSE CATEGORY.  WHEN PROCESSING THE SAMPLE, WE USED WRITTEN ENTRIES IN
 RACE OR HISPANIC ORIGIN AS WELL AS RESPONSES TO QUESTIONS ONLY ASKED ON THE
 SAMPLE, SUCH AS ANCESTRY AND PLACE OF BIRTH.  THESE PROCEDURES LED TO A LOWER
 PROPORTION OF PERSONS BEING ASSIGNED AS HISPANIC IN SAMPLE PROCESSING THAN
 WERE ASSIGNED DURING 100-PERCENT PROCESSING.  THE CENSUS BUREAU WILL EVALUATE
 THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE 100-PERCENT AND SAMPLE PROCEDURES.

 AS WE HAVE DONE IN PREVIOUS CENSUSES, WE WILL EVALUATE THE QUALITY OF THE DATA
 AND MAKE THIS INFORMATION AVAILABLE TO DATA USERS.  IN THE MEANWHILE, BOTH
 100-PERCENT AND SAMPLE DATA SERVE VERY IMPORTANT PURPOSES AND, THEREFORE,
 SHOULD BE USED WITHIN THE LIMITATIONS OF THE SAMPLING AND NONSAMPLING ERRORS.

USER NOTE 3

 APPENDIX G.  THE LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE VALUES SHOWN BY TICK MARKS IN THE
 MARGINS OF THE COUNTY SUBDIVISION OUTLINE MAPS IN APPENDIX G ARE APPROXIMATE.
 THEY ARE SHOWN ONLY FOR GENERAL REFERENCE. THEY ARE DISPLAYED ACCURATELY ON
 THE STATE AND COUNTY OUTLINE MAPS.
LIST TABLE

 TABLE                                                       TOTAL NUMBER
 (MATRIX)      TITLE                                         OF DATA CELLS

 P1.    PERSONS(1)                                                  1
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P2.    UNWEIGHTED SAMPLE COUNT OF PERSONS(1)                       1
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P3.    100-PERCENT COUNT OF PERSONS(1)                             1
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P3A.   PERCENT OF PERSONS IN SAMPLE(1)                             1
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P4.    FAMILIES(1)                                                 1
        UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
 P5.    HOUSEHOLDS(1)                                               1
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P6.    URBAN AND RURAL(4)                                          4
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P7.    SEX(2)                                                      2
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P8.    RACE(5)                                                     5
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P9.    RACE(25)                                                    25
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P10.   PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN(1)                               1
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
 P11.   HISPANIC ORIGIN(16)                                         16
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P12.   HISPANIC ORIGIN(2) BY RACE(5)                               10
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P13.   AGE(31)                                                     31
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P14A.  RACE(1) BY SEX(1) BY AGE(31)                                31
        UNIVERSE:  WHITE MALES
 P14B.  RACE(1) BY SEX(1) BY AGE(31)                                31
        UNIVERSE:  WHITE FEMALES
 P14C.  RACE(1) BY SEX(1) BY AGE(31)                                31
        UNIVERSE:  BLACK MALES
 P14D.  RACE(1) BY SEX(1) BY AGE(31)                                31
        UNIVERSE:  BLACK FEMALES
 P14E.  RACE(1) BY SEX(1) BY AGE(31)                                31
        UNIVERSE:  AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT MALES
 P14F.  RACE(1) BY SEX(1) BY AGE(31)                                31
        UNIVERSE:  AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT FEMALES
 P14G.  RACE(1) BY SEX(1) BY AGE(31)                                31
        UNIVERSE:  ASIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER MALES
 P14H.  RACE(1) BY SEX(1) BY AGE(31)                                31
        UNIVERSE:  ASIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER FEMALES
 P14I.  RACE(1) BY SEX(1) BY AGE(31)                                31
        UNIVERSE:  OTHER RACE MALES
 P14J.  RACE(1) BY SEX(1) BY AGE(31)                                31
        UNIVERSE:  OTHER RACE FEMALES
 P15A.  SEX(1) BY AGE(31)                                           31
        UNIVERSE:  MALES OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
 P15B.  SEX(1) BY AGE(31)                                           31
        UNIVERSE:  FEMALES OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
 P16.   PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLD(7)                                      7
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P17.   HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP(15)                         15
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P18.   HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP(12)                         12
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 65 YEARS AND OVER
 P19.   HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(7)           7
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P20.   RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND
        PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(7)                             35
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P21.   HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(7)           7
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF
         HISPANIC ORIGIN
 P22.   FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(6)              6
        UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
 P23.   FAMILY TYPE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(21)                         21
        UNIVERSE:  OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
 P24.   HOUSEHOLD TYPE(2) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7)                  14
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P25.   SUBFAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(4)           4
        UNIVERSE:  SUBFAMILIES
 P26.   SUBFAMILY TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP(7)                           7
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS IN SUBFAMILIES
 P27.   SEX(2) BY MARITAL STATUS(6)                                 12
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER
 P28.   AGE(3) BY LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY
         TO SPEAK ENGLISH(10)                                       30
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
 P29.   HOUSEHOLD LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTIC ISOLATION(7)               7
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P30.   AGE, LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME, AND LINGUISTIC
         ISOLATION(33)                                              33
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
 P31.   LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME(26)                                 26
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
 P32.   ANCESTRY(4)                                                  4
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P33.   ANCESTRY(36)                                                36
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P34.   ANCESTRY(36)                                                36
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P35.   ANCESTRY(37)                                                37
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P36.   YEAR OF ENTRY(10)                                           10
        UNIVERSE:  FOREIGN-BORN PERSONS
 P37.   AGE(2) BY CITIZENSHIP(3)                                     6
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P38.   MARITAL STATUS(2) BY AGE(4)                                  8
        UNIVERSE:  FEMALES 15 YEARS AND OVER
 P39.   AGGREGATE NUMBER OF CHILDREN EVER BORN(1) BY
         MARITAL STATUS(2) BY AGE(4)                                 8
        UNIVERSE:  FEMALES 15 YEARS AND OVER
 P40.   GROUP QUARTERS(10)                                          10
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS
 P41.   GROUP QUARTERS(2) BY AGE(3)                                  6
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS
 P42.   PLACE OF BIRTH(9)                                            9
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P43.   RESIDENCE IN 1985   STATE AND COUNTY LEVEL(10)              10
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
 P44.   RESIDENCE IN 1985   MSA/PMSA LEVEL(12)                      12
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
 P45.   PLACE OF WORK   STATE AND COUNTY LEVEL(3)                    3
        UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P46.   PLACE OF WORK   PLACE LEVEL(3)                               3
        UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P47.   PLACE OF WORK   MSA/PMSA LEVEL(8)                            8
        UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P48.   PLACE OF WORK   MINOR CIVIL DIVISION LEVEL(3)                3
        UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P49.   MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK(13)                         13
        UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P50.   TRAVEL TIME TO WORK(13)                                     13
        UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P51.   AGGREGATE TRAVEL TIME TO WORK (IN MINUTES)(1)                1
        UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER WHO DID NOT WORK AT
        HOME
 P52.   TIME LEAVING HOME TO GO TO WORK(15)                         15
        UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P53.   PRIVATE VEHICLE OCCUPANCY(8)                                 8
        UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P54.   SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL(7)                      7
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 3 YEARS AND OVER
 P55.   RACE(5) BY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT (4)                            20
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 3 YEARS AND OVER
 P56.   SCHOOL ENROLLMENT (4)                                        4
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN 3 YEARS AND OVER
 P57.   EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT(7)                                    7
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 25 YEARS AND OVER
 P58.   RACE(5) BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT(7)                        35
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 25 YEARS AND OVER
 P59.   EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT(7)                                    7
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN 25 YEARS AND OVER
 P60.   EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT(7)                                    7
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 18 YEARS AND OVER
 P61.   SCHOOL ENROLLMENT, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, AND
         EMPLOYMENT STATUS(13)                                      13
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 TO 19 YEARS
 P62.   RACE(5) BY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, AND
         EMPLOYMENT STATUS(13)                                      65
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 TO 19 YEARS
 P63.   SCHOOL ENROLLMENT, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, AND
         EMPLOYMENT STATUS(13)                                      13
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN 16 TO 19 YEARS
 P64.   SEX(2) BY AGE(2) BY VETERAN STATUS(3)                       12
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P65.   PERIOD OF MILITARY SERVICE(13)                              13
        UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN VETERANS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P66.   SEX(2) BY AGE(2) BY WORK DISABILITY STATUS AND EMPLOYMENT
         STATUS(7)                                                  28
        UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS 16 YEARS
         AND OVER
 P67.   SEX(2) BY AGE(2) BY MOBILITY LIMITATION STATUS(2) BY
         EMPLOYMENT STATUS(3)                                       24
        UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS 16 YEARS
         AND OVER
 P68.   SEX(2) BY AGE(2) BY WORK DISABILITY STATUS(2) BY MOBILITY
         AND SELF-CARE LIMITATION STATUS(2)                         16
        UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS 16 YEARS
         AND OVER
 P69.   SEX(2) BY AGE(3) BY MOBILITY AND SELF-CARE LIMITATION
        STATUS(4)                                                   24
        UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS 16 YEARS
         AND OVER
 P70.   SEX(2) BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS(4)                               8
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P71.   RACE(5) BY SEX(2) BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS(4)                   40
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P72.   SEX(2) BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS(4)                               8
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P73.   PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN AND EMPLOYMENT STATUS(12)      12
        UNIVERSE:  FEMALES 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P74.   PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(2) BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS OF
         PARENTS(8)                                                 16
        UNIVERSE:  OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS IN FAMILIES AND
         SUBFAMILIES
 P75.   SEX(2) BY WORK STATUS IN 1989(2)                             4
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P76.   SEX(2) BY WORK STATUS IN 1989, USUAL HOURS WORKED PER WEEK
        IN 1989, AND WEEKS WORKED IN 1989(19)                       38
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P77.   INDUSTRY(17)                                                17
        UNIVERSE:  EMPLOYED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P78.   OCCUPATION(13)                                              13
        UNIVERSE:  EMPLOYED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P79.   CLASS OF WORKER(7)                                           7
        UNIVERSE:  EMPLOYED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P80.   HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(25)                                25
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P80A.  MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(1)                           1
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P81.   AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(2)                        2
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P82.   RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(9)       45
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P83.   HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(9)                                  9
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
 P84.   AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(1) BY RACE OF
        HOUSEHOLDER(5)                                               5
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P85.   AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(1)                        1
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
 P86.   AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7) BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(9)        63
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P87A.  RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(1) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7) BY
        HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(9)                                 63
        UNIVERSE:  WHITE HOUSEHOLDS
 P87B.  RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(1) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7) BY
        HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(9)                                 63
        UNIVERSE:  BLACK HOUSEHOLDS
 P87C.  RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(1) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7) BY
        HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(9)                                 63
        UNIVERSE:  AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT HOUSEHOLDS
 P87D.  RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(1) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7) BY
        HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(9)                                 63
        UNIVERSE:  ASIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER HOUSEHOLDS
 P87E.  RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(1) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7) BY
        HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(9)                                 63
        UNIVERSE:  OTHER RACE HOUSEHOLDS
 P88.   AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7) BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(9)        63
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
 P89.   EARNINGS IN 1989(2)                                          2
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P90.   WAGE OR SALARY INCOME IN 1989(2)                             2
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P91.   NONFARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME IN 1989(2)                    2
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P92.   FARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME IN 1989(2)                       2
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P93.   INTEREST, DIVIDEND, OR NET RENTAL INCOME IN 1989(2)          2
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P94.   SOCIAL SECURITY INCOME IN 1989(2)                            2
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P95.   PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME IN 1989(2)                          2
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P96.   RETIREMENT INCOME IN 1989(2)                                 2
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P97.   OTHER TYPE OF INCOME IN 1989(2)                              2
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P98.   AGGREGATE WAGE OR SALARY INCOME IN 1989(1)                   1
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P99.   AGGREGATE NONFARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME IN 1989(1)          1
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P100.  AGGREGATE FARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME IN 1989(1)             1
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P101.  AGGREGATE INTEREST, DIVIDEND, OR NET RENTAL INCOME IN
        1989(1)                                                      1
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P102.  AGGREGATE SOCIAL SECURITY INCOME IN 1989(1)                  1
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P103.  AGGREGATE PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME IN 1989(1)                1
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P104.  AGGREGATE RETIREMENT INCOME IN 1989(1)                       1
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P105.  AGGREGATE OTHER TYPE OF INCOME IN 1989(1)                    1
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P106.  AGGREGATE PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS(1) BY PUBLIC ASSISTANCE
         INCOME IN 1989(2) BY AGE(3)                                 6
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS
 P107.  FAMILY INCOME IN 1989(25)                                   25
        UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
 P107A. MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989(1)                              1
        UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
 P108.  AGGREGATE FAMILY INCOME IN 1989(1) BY FAMILY INCOME IN
        1989(2)                                                      2
        UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
 P109.  AGGREGATE FAMILY INCOME IN 1989(1) BY FAMILY TYPE AND
        PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(6)                              6
        UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
 P110.  NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(25)                      25
        UNIVERSE:  NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS
 P110A. MEDIAN NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(1)                 1
        UNIVERSE:  NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS
 P111.  AGGREGATE NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(1) BY
        NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(2)                        2
        UNIVERSE:  NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS
 P112.  WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989(4)                                 4
        UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
 P113.  AGGREGATE FAMILY INCOME IN 1989(1) BY WORKERS IN FAMILY IN
         1989(4)                                                     4
        UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
 P114.  AGGREGATE INCOME IN 1989(1) BY GROUP QUARTERS(3)             3
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER
 P114A. PER CAPITA INCOME IN 1989(1)                                 1
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P114B. PER CAPITA INCOME IN 1989(1) BY GROUP QUARTERS(3)            3
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P115.  AGGREGATE INCOME IN 1989(1) BY RACE(5)                       5
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER
 P115A. PER CAPITA INCOME IN 1989(1) BY RACE(5)                      5
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P116.  AGGREGATE INCOME IN 1989(1)                                  1
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN 15 YEARS AND OVER
 P116A. PER CAPITA INCOME IN 1989(1)                                 1
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
 P117.  POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY AGE(12)                        24
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
 P118.  POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY SEX(2) BY AGE(7)               28
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
 P119.  POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY RACE(5) BY AGE(7)              70
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
 P120.  POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY AGE(7)                         14
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN FOR WHOM POVERTY
         STATUS IS DETERMINED
 P121.  RATIO OF INCOME IN 1989 TO POVERTY LEVEL(9)                  9
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
 P122.  POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY AGE(3) BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND
         RELATIONSHIP(9)                                            54
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
 P123.  POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND
         AGE OF CHILDREN(12)                                        24
        UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
 P124A. POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(1) BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) BY
         FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(12)           60
        UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES WITH INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY
        LEVEL
 P124B. POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(1) BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) BY
        FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(12)            60
        UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES WITH INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY
        LEVEL
 P125.  POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND
         AGE OF CHILDREN(12)                                        24
        UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
 P126.  POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY FAMILY TYPE AND AGE(9)         18
        UNIVERSE:  RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
 P127.  POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(3) BY
         HOUSEHOLD TYPE(5)                                          30
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P128.  IMPUTATION OF POPULATION ITEMS(3)                            3
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P129.  IMPUTATION OF RELATIONSHIP(2)                                2
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS
 P130.  IMPUTATION OF SEX(3)                                         3
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P131.  IMPUTATION OF AGE(3)                                         3
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P132.  IMPUTATION OF RACE(3)                                        3
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P133.  IMPUTATION OF MARITAL STATUS(3)                              3
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER
 P134.  IMPUTATION OF HISPANIC ORIGIN(3)                             3
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P135.  IMPUTATION OF GROUP QUARTERS(2)                              2
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS
 P136.  IMPUTATION OF PLACE OF BIRTH(3)                              3
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P137.  IMPUTATION OF CITIZENSHIP(3)                                 3
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P138.  IMPUTATION OF YEAR OF ENTRY(3)                               3
        UNIVERSE:  FOREIGN-BORN PERSONS
 P139.  IMPUTATION OF SCHOOL ENROLLMENT(3)                           3
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 3 YEARS AND OVER
 P140.  IMPUTATION OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT(3)                      3
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 18 YEARS AND OVER
 P141.  IMPUTATION OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT(3)                      3
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 25 YEARS AND OVER
 P142.  IMPUTATION OF ANCESTRY(3)                                    3
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
 P143.  IMPUTATION OF MOBILITY STATUS(3)                             3
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
 P144.  IMPUTATION OF RESIDENCE IN 1985(5)                           5
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
 P145.  IMPUTATION OF LANGUAGE STATUS(3)                             3
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
 P146.  IMPUTATION OF LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME(4)                     4
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
 P147.  IMPUTATION OF ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH(4)                    4
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
 P148.  IMPUTATION OF VETERAN STATUS(2)                              2
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P149.  IMPUTATION OF PERIOD OF MILITARY SERVICE(3)                  3
        UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN VETERANS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P150.  IMPUTATION OF WORK DISABILITY STATUS(3)                      3
        UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
         16 YEARS AND OVER
 P151.  IMPUTATION OF MOBILITY LIMITATION STATUS(3)                  3
        UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
         16 YEARS AND OVER
 P152.  IMPUTATION OF SELF-CARE LIMITATION STATUS(3)                 3
        UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
         16 YEARS AND OVER
 P153.  IMPUTATION OF CHILDREN EVER BORN(3)                          3
        UNIVERSE:  FEMALES 15 YEARS AND OVER
 P154.  IMPUTATION OF PLACE OF WORK(4)                               4
        UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P155.  IMPUTATION OF MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK(3)             3
        UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P156.  IMPUTATION OF PRIVATE VEHICLE OCCUPANCY(4)                   4
        UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P157.  IMPUTATION OF TIME LEAVING HOME TO GO TO WORK(4)             4
        UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P158.  IMPUTATION OF TRAVEL TIME TO WORK(4)                         4
        UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P159.  IMPUTATION OF EMPLOYMENT STATUS(3)                           3
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P160.  IMPUTATION OF WORK STATUS IN 1989(3)                         3
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P161.  IMPUTATION OF USUAL HOURS WORKED PER WEEK IN 1989(4)         4
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P162.  IMPUTATION OF WEEKS WORKED IN 1989(4)                        4
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P163.  IMPUTATION OF INDUSTRY(3)                                    3
        UNIVERSE:  EMPLOYED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P164.  IMPUTATION OF OCCUPATION(3)                                  3
        UNIVERSE:  EMPLOYED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P165.  IMPUTATION OF CLASS OF WORKER(3)                             3
        UNIVERSE:  EMPLOYED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
 P166.  IMPUTATION OF INCOME IN 1989(3)                              3
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER
 P167.  IMPUTATION OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(2)                    2
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
 P168.  IMPUTATION OF FAMILY INCOME IN 1989(2)                       2
        UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
 P169.  IMPUTATION OF NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(2)          2
        UNIVERSE:  NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS
 P170.  IMPUTATION OF POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(3)                      3
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
 H1.    HOUSING UNITS(1)                                             1
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H2.    UNWEIGHTED SAMPLE COUNT OF HOUSING UNITS(1)                  1
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H3.    100-PERCENT COUNT OF HOUSING UNITS(1)                        1
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H3A.   PERCENT OF HOUSING UNITS IN SAMPLE(1)                        1
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H4.    OCCUPANCY STATUS(2)                                          2
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H5.    URBAN AND RURAL(4)                                           4
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H6.    CONDOMINIUM STATUS(2) BY VACANCY STATUS(4)                   8
        UNIVERSE:  VACANT HOUSING UNITS
 H7.    CONDOMINIUM STATUS(2) BY TENURE AND MORTGAGE STATUS(3)       6
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H8.    TENURE(2)                                                    2
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H9.    RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5)                                       5
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H10.   TENURE(2) BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5)                         10
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H11.   HISPANIC ORIGIN OF HOUSEHOLDER(2) BY RACE OF
         HOUSEHOLDER(5)                                             10
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H12.   TENURE(2) BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5)                         10
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF
        HISPANIC ORIGIN
 H13.   TENURE(2) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7)                          14
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H14.   AGGREGATE PERSONS(1) BY TENURE(2) BY RACE OF
         HOUSEHOLDER(5)                                             10
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS IN OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H15.   AGGREGATE PERSONS(1) BY TENURE(2)                            2
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS IN OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS WITH
         HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
 H16.   ROOMS(9)                                                     9
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H17.   AGGREGATE ROOMS(1)                                           1
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H18.   TENURE(2) BY PERSONS IN UNIT(7)                             14
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H19.   AGGREGATE PERSONS(1) BY TENURE(2)                            2
        UNIVERSE:  PERSONS IN OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H20.   UNITS IN STRUCTURE(10)                                      10
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H21.   UNITS IN STRUCTURE(10)                                      10
        UNIVERSE:  VACANT HOUSING UNITS
 H22.   TENURE(2) BY UNITS IN STRUCTURE(10)                         20
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H23.   SOURCE OF WATER(4)                                           4
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H24.   SEWAGE DISPOSAL(3)                                           3
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H25.   YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT(8)                                      8
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H25A.  MEDIAN YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT(1)                               1
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H26.   YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT(8)                                      8
        UNIVERSE:  VACANT HOUSING UNITS
 H27.   TENURE(2) BY YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT(8)                        16
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H28.   YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT(6)                          6
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H29.   TENURE(2) BY YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT(6)            12
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H30.   HOUSE HEATING FUEL(9)                                        9
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H31.   BEDROOMS(6)                                                  6
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H32.   BEDROOMS(6)                                                  6
        UNIVERSE:  VACANT HOUSING UNITS
 H33.   TENURE(2) BY BEDROOMS(6)                                    12
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H34.   BEDROOMS(4) BY GROSS RENT(7)                                28
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H35.   TENURE(2) BY TELEPHONE IN HOUSING UNIT(2)                    4
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H36.   AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(4) BY TELEPHONE IN HOUSING UNIT(2)        8
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H37.   TENURE(2) BY VEHICLES AVAILABLE(6)                          12
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H38.   AGGREGATE VEHICLES AVAILABLE(1) BY TENURE(2)                 2
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H39.   RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) BY VEHICLES AVAILABLE(2)             10
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H40.   VEHICLES AVAILABLE(2)                                        2
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF
         HISPANIC ORIGIN
 H41.   AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(2) BY VEHICLES AVAILABLE(2)               4
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H42.   KITCHEN FACILITIES(2)                                        2
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H43.   GROSS RENT(17)                                              17
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H43A.  MEDIAN GROSS RENT(1)                                         1
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS PAYING
         CASH RENT
 H44.   AGGREGATE GROSS RENT(1)                                      1
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS PAYING
         CASH RENT
 H45.   RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) BY GROSS RENT(7)                     35
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H46.   HISPANIC ORIGIN(2) BY GROSS RENT(7)                         14
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H47.   MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT(2)                                    2
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS PAYING
         CASH RENT
 H48.   AGGREGATE GROSS RENT(1) BY MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT(2)         2
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS PAYING
         CASH RENT
 H49.   INCLUSION OF UTILITIES IN RENT(2)                            2
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H50.   HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(5) BY GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE
         OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(6)                             30
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H50A.  MEDIAN GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME
         IN 1989(1)                                                  1
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS PAYING
         CASH RENT
 H51.   AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(2) BY GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF
         HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(6)                                12
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H52.   MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS(21)        21
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H52A.  MEDIAN SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AND MORTGAGE STATUS(2)   2
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H53.   AGGREGATE SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS(1) BY MORTGAGE
         STATUS(2)                                                   2
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H54.   RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) BY MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED
         MONTHLY OWNER COSTS(11)                                    55
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H55.   MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS(11)        11
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS WITH
         HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
 H56.   AGGREGATE SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS(1) BY MORTGAGE
         STATUS(2)                                                   2
        UNIVERSE:  OWNER-OCCUPIED MOBILE HOMES OR TRAILERS
 H57.   AGGREGATE SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS(1) BY MORTGAGE
         STATUS(2)                                                   2
        UNIVERSE:  OWNER-OCCUPIED CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS
 H58.   MORTGAGE STATUS(2) BY SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS
         A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(6)                12
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H58A.  MEDIAN SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF
         HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989 AND MORTGAGE STATUS(2)             2
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H59.   HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(5) BY SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER
         COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(6)       30
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H60.   AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(2) BY SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A
         PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(6)                  12
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H61.   VALUE(20)                                                   20
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H61A.  MEDIAN VALUE(1)                                              1
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H62.   AGGREGATE VALUE(1) BY MORTGAGE STATUS(2)                     2
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H63.   AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(1) BY TENURE AND
        MORTGAGE STATUS(3)                                           3
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H64.   PLUMBING FACILITIES(2)                                       2
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H65.   PLUMBING FACILITIES(2)                                       2
        UNIVERSE:  VACANT HOUSING UNITS
 H66.   RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) BY PLUMBING FACILITIES(2)            10
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H67.   PLUMBING FACILITIES(2)                                       2
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF
         HISPANIC ORIGIN
 H68.   AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(2) BY PLUMBING FACILITIES(2)              4
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H69.   TENURE(2) BY PLUMBING FACILITIES(2) BY PERSONS PER ROOM(3)  12
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H70.   PLUMBING FACILITIES(2) BY UNITS IN STRUCTURE(10)            20
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H71.   PLUMBING FACILITIES(2) BY PERSONS PER ROOM(2) BY YEAR
         STRUCTURE BUILT(2)                                          8
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H72.   IMPUTATION OF HOUSING ITEMS(2)                               2
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H73.   IMPUTATION OF CONDOMINIUM STATUS(2)                          2
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H74.   IMPUTATION OF PLUMBING FACILITIES(2)                         2
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H75.   IMPUTATION OF SOURCE OF WATER(2)                             2
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H76.   IMPUTATION OF SEWAGE DISPOSAL(2)                             2
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H77.   IMPUTATION OF YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT(2)                        2
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H78.   IMPUTATION OF YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT(2)            2
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H79.   IMPUTATION OF HOUSE HEATING FUEL(2)                          2
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H80.   IMPUTATION OF KITCHEN FACILITIES(2)                          2
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H81.   IMPUTATION OF BEDROOMS(2)                                    2
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H82.   IMPUTATION OF TELEPHONE IN HOUSING UNIT(2)                   2
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H83.   IMPUTATION OF VEHICLES AVAILABLE(2)                          2
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H84.   IMPUTATION OF MORTGAGE STATUS(2)                             2
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H85.   IMPUTATION OF TENURE(2)                                      2
        UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H86.   IMPUTATION OF VACANCY STATUS(2)                              2
        UNIVERSE:  VACANT HOUSING UNITS
 H87.   IMPUTATION OF ROOMS(2)                                       2
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H88.   IMPUTATION OF UNITS IN STRUCTURE(2)                          2
        UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
 H89.   IMPUTATION OF VALUE(2)                                       2
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H90.   IMPUTATION OF MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT(2)                      2
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS PAYING
         CASH RENT
 H91.   IMPUTATION OF GROSS RENT(2)                                  2
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
 H92.   IMPUTATION OF MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER
         COSTS(4)                                                    4
        UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
TABLE (MATRIX) OUTLINES
P1 - P30

 TABLE                                                        TOTAL NUMBER
 (MATRIX)     TITLE                                           OF DATA CELLS

 P1.   PERSONS(1)                                                   1
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
       TOTAL
 P2.   UNWEIGHTED SAMPLE COUNT OF PERSONS(1)                        1
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
       TOTAL
 P3.   100-PERCENT COUNT OF PERSONS(1)                              1
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
       TOTAL
 P3A.  PERCENT OF PERSONS IN SAMPLE(1)                              1
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
       TOTAL
 P4.   FAMILIES(1)                                                  1
       UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
       TOTAL
 P5.   HOUSEHOLDS(1)                                                1
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       TOTAL
 P6.   URBAN AND RURAL(4)                                           4
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
       URBAN:
         INSIDE URBANIZED AREA
         OUTSIDE URBANIZED AREA
       RURAL:
         FARM
         NONFARM
 P7.   SEX(2)                                                       2
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
       MALE
       FEMALE
 P8.   RACE(5)                                                      5
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
       WHITE
       BLACK
       AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER
       OTHER RACE
 P9.   RACE(25)                                                    25
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
       WHITE (800-869, 971)
       BLACK (870-934, 972)
       AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT (000-599, 935-970, 973-975):
         AMERICAN INDIAN (000-599, 973)
         ESKIMO (935-940, 974)
         ALEUT (941-970, 975)
       ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER (600-699, 976-985):
         ASIAN (600-652, 976, 977, 979-982, 985):
           CHINESE (605-607, 976)
           FILIPINO (608, 977)
           JAPANESE (611, 981)
           ASIAN INDIAN (600, 982)
           KOREAN (612, 979)
           VIETNAMESE (619, 980)
           CAMBODIAN (604)
           HMONG (609)
           LAOTIAN (613)
           THAI (618)
           OTHER ASIAN (601-603, 610, 614-617, 620-652, 985)
         PACIFIC ISLANDER (653-699, 978, 983, 984):
           POLYNESIAN (653-659, 978, 983):
             HAWAIIAN (653, 654, 978)
             SAMOAN (655, 983)
             TONGAN (657)
             OTHER POLYNESIAN (656, 658, 659)
           MICRONESIAN (660-675, 984):
             GUAMANIAN (660, 984)
             OTHER MICRONESIAN (661-675)
           MELANESIAN (676-680)
           PACIFIC ISLANDER, NOT SPECIFIED (681-699)
       OTHER RACE (700-799, 986-999)
 P10.  PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN(1)                                1
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
       TOTAL
 P11.  HISPANIC ORIGIN(16)                                         16
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
       NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN (000-001, 006-199)
       HISPANIC ORIGIN (002-005, 200-999):
         MEXICAN (002, 210-220)
         PUERTO RICAN (003, 261-270)
         CUBAN (004, 271-274)
         OTHER HISPANIC (005, 200-209, 221-260, 275-999):
           DOMINICAN (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC) (275-289)
           CENTRAL AMERICAN (221-230):
             GUATEMALAN (222)
             HONDURAN (223)
             NICARAGUAN (224)
             PANAMANIAN (225)
             SALVADORAN (226)
             OTHER CENTRAL AMERICAN (221, 227-230)
           SOUTH AMERICAN (231-249):
             COLOMBIAN (234)
             ECUADORIAN (235)
             PERUVIAN (237)
             OTHER SOUTH AMERICAN (231-233, 236, 238-249)
           OTHER HISPANIC (005, 200-209, 250-260, 290-999)
 P12.  HISPANIC ORIGIN(2) BY RACE(5)                                10
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
       NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN:
         WHITE
         BLACK
         AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT
         ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER
         OTHER RACE
       HISPANIC ORIGIN:
         (REPEAT RACE)
 P13.  AGE(31)                                                     31
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
       UNDER 1 YEAR
       1 AND 2 YEARS
       3 AND 4 YEARS
       5 YEARS
       6 YEARS
       7 TO 9 YEARS
       10 AND 11 YEARS
       12 AND 13 YEARS
       14 YEARS
       15 YEARS
       16 YEARS
       17 YEARS
       18 YEARS
       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 TO 69 YEARS
       70 TO 74 YEARS
       75 TO 79 YEARS
       80 TO 84 YEARS
       85 YEARS AND OVER
 P14A. RACE(1) BY SEX(1) BY AGE(31)                                 31
       UNIVERSE:  WHITE MALES
       WHITE:
         MALE:
           UNDER 1 YEAR
           1 AND 2 YEARS
           3 AND 4 YEARS
           5 YEARS
           6 YEARS
           7 TO 9 YEARS
           10 AND 11 YEARS
           12 AND 13 YEARS
           14 YEARS
           15 YEARS
           16 YEARS
           17 YEARS
           18 YEARS
           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 TO 69 YEARS
           70 TO 74 YEARS
           75 TO 79 YEARS
           80 TO 84 YEARS
           85 YEARS AND OVER
 P14B. RACE(1) BY SEX(1) BY AGE(31)                                 31
       UNIVERSE:  WHITE FEMALES
       WHITE:
         FEMALE:
           UNDER 1 YEAR
           1 AND 2 YEARS
           3 AND 4 YEARS
           5 YEARS
           6 YEARS
           7 TO 9 YEARS
           10 AND 11 YEARS
           12 AND 13 YEARS
           14 YEARS
           15 YEARS
           16 YEARS
           17 YEARS
           18 YEARS
           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 TO 69 YEARS
           70 TO 74 YEARS
           75 TO 79 YEARS
           80 TO 84 YEARS
           85 YEARS AND OVER
 P14C. RACE(1) BY SEX(1) BY AGE(31)                                 31
       UNIVERSE:  BLACK MALES
       BLACK:
         MALE:
           UNDER 1 YEAR
           1 AND 2 YEARS
           3 AND 4 YEARS
           5 YEARS
           6 YEARS
           7 TO 9 YEARS
           10 AND 11 YEARS
           12 AND 13 YEARS
           14 YEARS
           15 YEARS
           16 YEARS
           17 YEARS
           18 YEARS
           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 TO 69 YEARS
           70 TO 74 YEARS
           75 TO 79 YEARS
           80 TO 84 YEARS
           85 YEARS AND OVER
 P14D. RACE(1) BY SEX(1) BY AGE(31)                                  31
       UNIVERSE:  BLACK FEMALES
       BLACK:
         FEMALE:
           UNDER 1 YEAR
           1 AND 2 YEARS
           3 AND 4 YEARS
           5 YEARS
           6 YEARS
           7 TO 9 YEARS
           10 AND 11 YEARS
           12 AND 13 YEARS
           14 YEARS
           15 YEARS
           16 YEARS
           17 YEARS
           18 YEARS
           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 TO 69 YEARS
           70 TO 74 YEARS
           75 TO 79 YEARS
           80 TO 84 YEARS
           85 YEARS AND OVER
 P14E. RACE(1) BY SEX(1) BY AGE(31)                                 31
       UNIVERSE:  AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT MALES
       AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
         MALE:
           UNDER 1 YEAR
           1 AND 2 YEARS
           3 AND 4 YEARS
           5 YEARS
           6 YEARS
           7 TO 9 YEARS
           10 AND 11 YEARS
           12 AND 13 YEARS
           14 YEARS
           15 YEARS
           16 YEARS
           17 YEARS
           18 YEARS
           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 TO 69 YEARS
           70 TO 74 YEARS
           75 TO 79 YEARS
           80 TO 84 YEARS
           85 YEARS AND OVER
 P14F. RACE(1) BY SEX(1) BY AGE(31)                                 31
       UNIVERSE:  AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT FEMALES
       AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
         FEMALE:
           UNDER 1 YEAR
           1 AND 2 YEARS
           3 AND 4 YEARS
           5 YEARS
           6 YEARS
           7 TO 9 YEARS
           10 AND 11 YEARS
           12 AND 13 YEARS
           14 YEARS
           15 YEARS
           16 YEARS
           17 YEARS
           18 YEARS
           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 TO 69 YEARS
           70 TO 74 YEARS
           75 TO 79 YEARS
           80 TO 84 YEARS
           85 YEARS AND OVER
 P14G. RACE(1) BY SEX(1) BY AGE(31)                                 31
       UNIVERSE:  ASIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER MALES
       ASIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER:
         MALE:
           UNDER 1 YEAR
           1 AND 2 YEARS
           3 AND 4 YEARS
           5 YEARS
           6 YEARS
           7 TO 9 YEARS
           10 AND 11 YEARS
           12 AND 13 YEARS
           14 YEARS
           15 YEARS
           16 YEARS
           17 YEARS
           18 YEARS
           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 TO 69 YEARS
           70 TO 74 YEARS
           75 TO 79 YEARS
           80 TO 84 YEARS
           85 YEARS AND OVER
 P14H. RACE(1) BY SEX(1) BY AGE(31)                                  31
       UNIVERSE:  ASIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER FEMALES
       ASIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER:
         FEMALE:
           UNDER 1 YEAR
           1 AND 2 YEARS
           3 AND 4 YEARS
           5 YEARS
           6 YEARS
           7 TO 9 YEARS
           10 AND 11 YEARS
           12 AND 13 YEARS
           14 YEARS
           15  YEARS
           16 YEARS
           17 YEARS
           18 YEARS
           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 TO 69 YEARS
           70 TO 74 YEARS
           75 TO 79 YEARS
           80 TO 84 YEARS
           85 YEARS AND OVER
 P14I. RACE(1) BY SEX(1) BY AGE(31)                                 31
       UNIVERSE:  OTHER RACE MALES
       OTHER RACE:
         MALE:
           UNDER 1 YEAR
           1 AND 2 YEARS
           3 AND 4 YEARS
           5 YEARS
           6 YEARS
           7 TO 9 YEARS
           10 AND 11 YEARS
           12 AND 13 YEARS
           14 YEARS
           15 YEARS
           16 YEARS
           17 YEARS
           18 YEARS
           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 TO 69 YEARS
           70 TO 74 YEARS
           75 TO 79 YEARS
           80 TO 84 YEARS
           85 YEARS AND OVER
 P14J. RACE(1) BY SEX(1) BY AGE(31)                                 31
       UNIVERSE:  OTHER RACE FEMALES
       OTHER RACE:
         FEMALE:
           UNDER 1 YEAR
           1 AND 2 YEARS
           3 AND 4 YEARS
           5 YEARS
           6 YEARS
           7 TO 9 YEARS
           10 AND 11 YEARS
           12 AND 13 YEARS
           14 YEARS
           15  YEARS
           16 YEARS
           17 YEARS
           18 YEARS
           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 TO 69 YEARS
           70 TO 74 YEARS
           75 TO 79 YEARS
           80 TO 84 YEARS
           85 YEARS AND OVER
 P15A. SEX(1) BY AGE(31)                                            31
       UNIVERSE:  MALES OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
       MALE:
         UNDER 1 YEAR
         1 AND 2 YEARS
         3 AND 4 YEARS
         5 YEARS
         6 YEARS
         7 TO 9 YEARS
         10 AND 11 YEARS
         12 AND 13 YEARS
         14 YEARS
         15 YEARS
         16 YEARS
         17 YEARS
         18 YEARS
         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 TO 69 YEARS
         70 TO 74 YEARS
         75 TO 79 YEARS
         80 TO 84 YEARS
         85 YEARS AND OVER
 P15B. SEX(1) BY AGE(31)                                            31
       UNIVERSE:  FEMALES OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
       FEMALE:
         UNDER 1 YEAR
         1 AND 2 YEARS
         3 AND 4 YEARS
         5 YEARS
         6 YEARS
         7 TO 9 YEARS
         10 AND 11 YEARS
         12 AND 13 YEARS
         14 YEARS
         15 YEARS
         16 YEARS
         17 YEARS
         18 YEARS
         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 TO 69 YEARS
         70 TO 74 YEARS
         75 TO 79 YEARS
         80 TO 84 YEARS
         85 YEARS AND OVER
 P16.  PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLD(7)                                      7
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       1 PERSON
       2 PERSONS
       3 PERSONS
       4 PERSONS
       5 PERSONS
       6 PERSONS
       7 OR MORE PERSONS
 P17.  HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP(15)                         15
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
       IN FAMILY HOUSEHOLDS:
         HOUSEHOLDER
         SPOUSE
         CHILD:
           NATURAL-BORN OR ADOPTED
           STEP
         GRANDCHILD
         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 PERSONS
         OTHER PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS
       FILLER
 P18.  HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP(12)                          12
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 65 YEARS AND OVER
       IN FAMILY HOUSEHOLDS:
         HOUSEHOLDER
         SPOUSE
         OTHER RELATIVES
         NONRELATIVES
       IN NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS:
         MALE HOUSEHOLDER:
            LIVING ALONE
            NOT LIVING ALONE
         FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER:
            LIVING ALONE
            NOT LIVING ALONE
         NON RELATIVES
       IN GROUP QUARTERS:
         INSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
         OTHER PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS
       FILLER
 P19.  HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(7)           7
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       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
 P20.  RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND PRESENCE AND
       AGE OF CHILDREN(7)                                          35
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       WHITE:
         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
       BLACK:
         (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN)
       AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
         (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN)
       ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
         (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN)
       OTHER RACE:
         (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN)
 P21.  HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(7)            7
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
       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
 P22.  FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(6)               6
       UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
       MARRIED-COUPLE FAMILY:
         WITH CHILDREN 18 YEARS AND OVER
         NO CHILDREN 18 YEARS AND OVER
       OTHER FAMILY:
         MALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO WIFE PRESENT:
           WITH CHILDREN 18 YEARS AND OVER
           NO CHILDREN 18 YEARS AND OVER
         FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO HUSBAND PRESENT:
           WITH CHILDREN 18 YEARS AND OVER
           NO CHILDREN 18 YEARS AND OVER
 P23.  FAMILY TYPE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(21)                          21
       UNIVERSE:  OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
       IN MARRIED-COUPLE FAMILY:
         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 FAMILY:
         MALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO WIFE PRESENT:
           UNDER 3 YEARS
           3 AND 4 YEARS
           5 YEARS
           6 TO 11 YEARS
           12 AND 13 YEARS
          14 YEARS
          15 TO 17 YEARS
        FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO HUSBAND PRESENT:
          UNDER 3 YEARS
          3 AND 4 YEARS
          5 YEARS
          6 TO 11 YEARS
          12 AND 13 YEARS
          14 YEARS
          15 TO 17 YEARS
 P24.  HOUSEHOLD TYPE(2) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7)                   14
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       FAMILY HOUSEHOLDS:
         15 TO 24 YEARS
         25 TO 34 YEARS
         35 TO 44 YEARS
         45 TO 54 YEARS
         55 TO 64 YEARS
         65 TO 74 YEARS
         75 YEARS AND OVER
       NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS:
         (REPEAT AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER)
 P25.  SUBFAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(4)           4
       UNIVERSE:  SUBFAMILIES
       MARRIED-COUPLE SUBFAMILY:
         WITH OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
         NO OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
       MOTHER-CHILD SUBFAMILY
       FATHER-CHILD SUBFAMILY
 P26.  SUBFAMILY TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP(7)                           7
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS IN SUBFAMILIES
       PERSONS IN MARRIED-COUPLE SUBFAMILY:
         REFERENCE PERSON
         SPOUSE
         CHILD
       PERSONS IN MOTHER-CHILD SUBFAMILY:
         PARENT
         CHILD
       PERSONS IN FATHER-CHILD SUBFAMILY:
         PARENT
         CHILD
 P27.  SEX(2) BY MARITAL STATUS(6)                                  12
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER
       MALE:
         NEVER MARRIED
         NOW MARRIED:
         MARRIED, SPOUSE PRESENT
         MARRIED, SPOUSE ABSENT:
         SEPARATED
         OTHER
         WIDOWED
         DIVORCED
       FEMALE:
         (REPEAT MARITAL STATUS)
 P28.  AGE(3) BY LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO SPEAK
        ENGLISH(10)                                                30
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
       5 TO 17 YEARS:
         SPEAK ONLY ENGLISH
         SPEAK SPANISH:
           SPEAK ENGLISH ``VERY WELL''
           SPEAK ENGLISH ``WELL''
           SPEAK ENGLISH ``NOT WELL'' OR ``NOT AT ALL''
         SPEAK ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLAND LANGUAGE:
           SPEAK ENGLISH ``VERY WELL''
           SPEAK ENGLISH ``WELL''
           SPEAK ENGLISH ``NOT WELL'' OR ``NOT AT ALL''
         SPEAK OTHER LANGUAGE:
           SPEAK ENGLISH ``VERY WELL''
           SPEAK ENGLISH ``WELL''
           SPEAK ENGLISH ``NOT WELL'' OR ``NOT AT ALL''
       18 TO 64 YEARS:
         (REPEAT LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH)
       65 YEARS AND OVER:
         (REPEAT LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH)
 P29.  HOUSEHOLD LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTIC ISOLATION(7)               7
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       ENGLISH
       SPANISH:
         LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
         NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
       ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLAND LANGUAGE:
         LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
         NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
       OTHER LANGUAGE:
         LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
         NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
 P30.  AGE, LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME, AND LINGUISTIC ISOLATION(33)   33
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
       PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS:
         5 TO 13 YEARS:
           SPEAK ONLY ENGLISH:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED:
               SPANISH SPOKEN IN HOUSEHOLD
               ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLAND LANGUAGE SPOKEN IN HOUSEHOLD
               OTHER LANGUAGE SPOKEN IN HOUSEHOLD
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
           SPEAK SPANISH:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
           SPEAK ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLAND LANGUAGE:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
           SPEAK OTHER LANGUAGE:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
         14 TO 17 YEARS:
           SPEAK ONLY ENGLISH
           SPEAK SPANISH:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
           SPEAK ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLAND LANGUAGE:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
           SPEAK OTHER LANGUAGE:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
         18 TO 64 YEARS:
           SPEAK ONLY ENGLISH
           SPEAK SPANISH:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
           SPEAK ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLAND LANGUAGE:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
           SPEAK OTHER LANGUAGE:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
         65 YEARS AND OVER:
           SPEAK ONLY ENGLISH
           SPEAK SPANISH:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
           SPEAK ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLAND LANGUAGE:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
           SPEAK OTHER LANGUAGE:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED
       PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS
       FILLER
P31-P50

 TABLE                                                        TOTAL NUMBER
 (MATRIX)     TITLE                                           OF DATA CELLS

 P31.  LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME(26)                                  26
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
       SPEAK ONLY ENGLISH
       GERMAN (607, 613)
       YIDDISH (609)
       OTHER WEST GERMANIC LANGUAGE (608, 610-612)
       SCANDINAVIAN (614-618)
       GREEK (637)
       INDIC (662-678)
       ITALIAN (619)
       FRENCH OR FRENCH CREOLE (620-624)
       PORTUGUESE OR PORTUGUESE CREOLE (629-630)
       SPANISH OR SPANISH CREOLE (625, 627-628)
       POLISH (645)
       RUSSIAN (639)
       SOUTH SLAVIC (647-652)
       OTHER SLAVIC LANGUAGE (640-644, 646)
       OTHER INDO-EUROPEAN LANGUAGE (601-606, 626, 631-636, 638, 653-661)
       ARABIC (777)
       TAGALOG (742)
       CHINESE (708-715)
       HUNGARIAN (682)
       JAPANESE (723)
       MON-KHMER (726)
       KOREAN (724)
       NATIVE NORTH AMERICAN LANGUAGES (800-955, 959-966, 977-982)
       VIETNAMESE (728)
       OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED LANGUAGES (679-681, 683-707, 716-722, 725,
        727, 729-741,743-776, 778-799, 956-958, 967-976, 983-999)
 P32.  ANCESTRY(4)                                                  4
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
       ANCESTRY SPECIFIED:
         SINGLE ANCESTRY
         MULTIPLE ANCESTRY
       ANCESTRY UNCLASSIFIED
       ANCESTRY NOT REPORTED
 P33.  ANCESTRY(36)                                                 36
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
       FIRST ANCESTRY REPORTED (000-999):
         ARAB (400-415, 417-418, 421-430, 435-481, 490-499)
         AUSTRIAN (003-004)
         BELGIAN (008-010)
         CANADIAN (931-934)
         CZECH (111-114)
         DANISH (020, 023)
         DUTCH (021, 029)
         ENGLISH (015, 022)
         FINNISH (024-025)
         FRENCH (EXCEPT BASQUE) (000-001, 016, 026-028, 083)
         FRENCH CANADIAN (935-938)
         GERMAN (032-045)
         GREEK (046-048)
         HUNGARIAN (125-126)
         IRISH (050, 081, 099)
         ITALIAN (030-031, 051-074)
         LITHUANIAN (129)
         NORWEGIAN (082)
         POLISH (142-143)
         PORTUGUESE (084-086)
         ROMANIAN (144-147)
         RUSSIAN (148-151)
         SCOTCH-IRISH (087)
         SCOTTISH (088)
         SLOVAK (153)
         SUBSAHARAN AFRICAN (500-599)
         SWEDISH (089-090)
         SWISS (091-096)
         UKRAINIAN (171-174)
         UNITED STATES OR AMERICAN (939-994)
         WELSH (097)
         WEST INDIAN (EXCLUDING HISPANIC ORIGIN GROUPS) (300-359)
         YUGOSLAVIAN (152, 154, 176-177)
         RACE OR HISPANIC ORIGIN GROUPS (200-299, 900-928)
         OTHER GROUPS (002, 005-007, 011-014, 017-019, 049, 075-080,
          098, 100-110, 115-124, 127-128, 130-141, 155-170, 175, 178-199,
          360-399, 416, 419-420, 431-434, 482-489, 600-862, 929-930, 998)
       UNCLASSIFIED OR NOT REPORTED (863-899, 995-997, 999)
 P34.  ANCESTRY(36)                                                 36
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
       SECOND ANCESTRY REPORTED (000-999):
         ARAB (400-415, 417-418, 421-430, 435-481, 490-499)
         AUSTRIAN (003-004)
         BELGIAN (008-010)
         CANADIAN (931-934)
         CZECH (111-114)
         DANISH (020, 023)
         DUTCH (021, 029)
         ENGLISH (015, 022)
         FINNISH (024-025)
         FRENCH (EXCEPT BASQUE) (000-001, 016, 026-028, 083)
         FRENCH CANADIAN (935-938)
         GERMAN (032-045)
         GREEK (046-048)
         HUNGARIAN (125-126)
         IRISH (050, 081, 099)
         ITALIAN (030-031, 051-074)
         LITHUANIAN (129)
         NORWEGIAN (082)
         POLISH (142-143)
         PORTUGUESE (084-086)
         ROMANIAN (144-147)
         RUSSIAN (148-151)
         SCOTCH-IRISH (087)
         SCOTTISH (088)
         SLOVAK (153)
         SUBSAHARAN AFRICAN (500-599)
         SWEDISH (089-090)
         SWISS (091-096)
         UKRAINIAN (171-174)
         UNITED STATES OR AMERICAN (939-994)
         WELSH (097)
         WEST INDIAN (EXCLUDING HISPANIC ORIGIN GROUPS) (300-359)
         YUGOSLAVIAN (152, 154, 176-177)
         RACE OR HISPANIC ORIGIN GROUPS (200-299, 900-928)
         OTHER GROUPS (002, 005-007, 011-014, 017-019, 049, 075-080, 098,
          100-110,115-124,127-128, 130-141, 155-170, 175, 178-199, 360-399,
          416, 419-420, 431-434,482-489,600-862, 929-930, 998)
       UNCLASSIFIED OR NOT REPORTED (863-899, 995-997, 999)
 P35.  ANCESTRY(37)                                                 37
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
       REPORTED SINGLE ANCESTRY (000-862, 900-994, 998):
         ARAB (400-415, 417-418, 421-430, 435-481, 490-499)
         AUSTRIAN (003-004)
         BELGIAN (008-010)
         CANADIAN (931-934)
         CZECH (111-114)
         DANISH (020, 023)
         DUTCH (021, 029)
         ENGLISH (015, 022)
         FINNISH (024-025)
         FRENCH (EXCEPT BASQUE) (000-001, 016, 026-028, 083)
         FRENCH CANADIAN (935-938)
         GERMAN (032-045)
         GREEK (046-048)
         HUNGARIAN (125-126)
         IRISH (050, 081, 099)
         ITALIAN (030-031, 051-074)
         LITHUANIAN (129)
         NORWEGIAN (082)
         POLISH (142-143)
         PORTUGUESE (084-086)
         ROMANIAN (144-147)
         RUSSIAN (148-151)
         SCOTCH-IRISH (087)
         SCOTTISH (088)
         SLOVAK (153)
         SUBSAHARAN AFRICAN (500-599)
         SWEDISH (089-090)
         SWISS (091-096)
         UKRAINIAN (171-174)
         UNITED STATES OR AMERICAN (939-994)
         WELSH (097)
         WEST INDIAN (EXCLUDING HISPANIC ORIGIN GROUPS) (300-359)
         YUGOSLAVIAN (152, 154, 176-177)
         RACE OR HISPANIC ORIGIN GROUPS (200-299, 900-928)
         OTHER GROUPS (002, 005-007, 011-014, 017-019, 049, 075-080, 098,
          100-110,115-124,127-128, 130-141, 155-170, 175, 178-199, 360-399,
          416, 419-420, 431-434,482-489,600-862, 929-930, 998)
       REPORTED MULTIPLE ANCESTRY (000-998)
       UNCLASSIFIED OR NOT REPORTED (863-899, 995-997, 999)
 P36.  YEAR OF ENTRY(10)                                            10
       UNIVERSE:  FOREIGN-BORN PERSONS
         1987 TO 1990
         1985 OR 1986
         1982 TO 1984
         1980 OR 1981
         1975 TO 1979
         1970 TO 1974
         1965 TO 1969
         1960 TO 1964
         1950 TO 1959
         BEFORE 1950
 P37.  AGE(2) BY CITIZENSHIP(3)                                      6
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
         UNDER 18 YEARS:
           NATIVE
           FOREIGN BORN:
             NATURALIZED CITIZEN
             NOT A CITIZEN
         18 YEARS AND OVER:
           (REPEAT CITIZENSHIP)
 P38.  MARITAL STATUS(2) BY AGE(4)                                   8
       UNIVERSE:  FEMALES 15 YEARS AND OVER
       NEVER MARRIED:
         15 TO 24 YEARS
         25 TO 34 YEARS
         35 TO 44 YEARS
         45 YEARS AND OVER
       EVER MARRIED:
         (REPEAT AGE)
 P39.  AGGREGATE NUMBER OF CHILDREN EVER BORN(1) BY MARITAL
        STATUS(2) BY AGE(4)                                         8
       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)
 P40.  GROUP QUARTERS(10)                                          10
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS
       INSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS (00I-99I):
         CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS (20I-24I, 27I, 28I, 95I)
         NURSING HOMES (60I-67I)
         MENTAL (PSYCHIATRIC) HOSPITALS (45I-48I)
         JUVENILE INSTITUTIONS (01I-05I, 10I-12I, 15I)
         OTHER INSTITUTIONS (00I, 06I-09I, 13I, 14I, 16I-19I, 25I, 26I,
          29I-44I,49I-59I,68I-94I, 96I-99I)
       OTHER PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS (00N-99N):
         COLLEGE DORMITORIES (87N)
         MILITARY QUARTERS (96N-98N)
         EMERGENCY SHELTERS FOR HOMELESS PERSONS (82N, 83N)
         VISIBLE IN STREET LOCATIONS (84N, 85N)
         OTHER NONINSTITUTIONAL GROUP QUARTERS (00N-81N,86N,88N-95N,99N)
 P41.  GROUP QUARTERS(2) BY AGE(3)                                  6
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS
       INSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS:
         UNDER 18 YEARS
         18 TO 64 YEARS
         65 YEARS AND OVER
       OTHER PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS:
         (REPEAT AGE)
 P42.  PLACE OF BIRTH(9)                                            9
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
       NATIVE (001-099):
          BORN IN STATE OF RESIDENCE
         BORN IN OTHER STATE IN THE UNITED STATES (001-059):
           NORTHEAST (009, 023, 025, 033-034, 036, 042-044, 050)
           MIDWEST (017-020, 026-027, 029, 031, 038-039, 046, 055)
           SOUTH (001, 005, 010-014, 021-022, 024, 028, 037, 040, 045,
            047-048, 051-052, 054)
           WEST (002-004, 006-008, 015-016, 030, 032, 035, 041, 049,
            053, 056-059)
         BORN OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES (060-099):
           PUERTO RICO (072-075)
           U.S. OUTLYING AREA (060-071, 076-099)
           BORN ABROAD OF AMERICAN PARENT(S)
       FOREIGN BORN (100-999)
 P43.  RESIDENCE IN 1985--STATE AND COUNTY LEVEL(10)                10
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
       SAME HOUSE IN 1985
       DIFFERENT HOUSE IN UNITED STATES IN 1985:
         SAME COUNTY
         DIFFERENT COUNTY:
           SAME STATE
           DIFFERENT STATE:
             NORTHEAST
             MIDWEST
             SOUTH
             WEST
       ABROAD IN 1985:
         PUERTO RICO
         U.S. OUTLYING AREA
         FOREIGN COUNTRY
 P44.  RESIDENCE IN 1985--MSA/PMSA LEVEL(12)                        12
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
       LIVING IN AN MSA/PMSA IN 1990:
         SAME HOUSE IN 1985
         DIFFERENT HOUSE IN UNITED STATES IN 1985:
           THIS MSA/PMSA IN 1985:
             CENTRAL CITY
             REMAINDER OF THIS MSA/PMSA
           DIFFERENT MSA/PMSA IN 1985:
             CENTRAL CITY
             REMAINDER OF DIFFERENT MSA/PMSA
           NOT IN AN MSA/PMSA IN 1985
         ABROAD IN 1985
       NOT LIVING IN AN MSA/PMSA IN 1990:
         SAME HOUSE IN 1985
         DIFFERENT HOUSE IN UNITED STATES IN 1985:
           IN AN MSA/PMSA IN 1985:
             CENTRAL CITY
             REMAINDER OF MSA/PMSA
           NOT IN AN MSA/PMSA IN 1985
         ABROAD IN 1985
 P45.  PLACE OF WORK--STATE AND COUNTY LEVEL(3)                     3
       UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       WORKED IN STATE OF RESIDENCE:
         WORKED IN COUNTY OF RESIDENCE
         WORKED OUTSIDE COUNTY OF RESIDENCE
       WORKED OUTSIDE STATE OF RESIDENCE
 P46.  PLACE OF WORK--PLACE LEVEL(3)                                3
       UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       LIVING IN A PLACE:
         WORKED IN PLACE OF RESIDENCE
         WORKED OUTSIDE PLACE OF RESIDENCE
       NOT LIVING IN A PLACE
 P47.  PLACE OF WORK--MSA/PMSA LEVEL(8)                             8
       UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       LIVING IN AN MSA/PMSA:
         WORKED IN MSA/PMSA OF RESIDENCE:
           CENTRAL CITY
           REMAINDER OF THIS MSA/PMSA
          WORKED OUTSIDE MSA/PMSA OF RESIDENCE:
           WORKED IN A DIFFERENT MSA/PMSA:
             CENTRAL CITY
             REMAINDER OF DIFFERENT MSA/PMSA
           WORKED OUTSIDE ANY MSA/PMSA
       NOT LIVING IN AN MSA/PMSA:
         WORKED IN AN MSA/PMSA:
           CENTRAL CITY
           REMAINDER OF MSA/PMSA
         WORKED OUTSIDE ANY MSA/PMSA
 P48.  PLACE OF WORK--MINOR CIVIL DIVISION LEVEL(3)                  3
       UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       LIVING IN THE 9 NORTHEASTERN STATES:
         WORKED IN THE MINOR CIVIL DIVISION OF RESIDENCE
         WORKED OUTSIDE MINOR CIVIL DIVISION OF RESIDENCE
       NOT LIVING IN THE 9 NORTHEASTERN STATES
 P49.  MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK(13)                          13
       UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       CAR, TRUCK, OR VAN:
         DROVE ALONE
         CARPOOLED
       PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION:
         BUS OR TROLLEY BUS
         STREETCAR OR TROLLEY CAR
         SUBWAY OR ELEVATED
         RAILROAD
         FERRYBOAT
         TAXICAB
       MOTORCYCLE
       BICYCLE
       WALKED
       OTHER MEANS
       WORKED AT HOME
 P50.  TRAVEL TIME TO WORK(13)                                      13
       UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       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
2P31 - P70

 TABLE                                                        TOTAL NUMBER
 (MATRIX)     TITLE                                           OF DATA CELLS

       WORKED AT HOME
 P51.  AGGREGATE TRAVEL TIME TO WORK (IN MINUTES)(1)                1
       UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER WHO DID NOT WORK AT
        HOME
       TOTAL
 P52.  TIME LEAVING HOME TO GO TO WORK(15)                          15
       UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       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 10:59 A. M.
         11:00 A. M.  TO 11:59 A. M.
         12:00 P. M.  TO 3:59 P. M.
         4:00 P. M.  TO 11:59 P. M.
       WORKED AT HOME
 P53.  PRIVATE VEHICLE OCCUPANCY(8)                                   8
       UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       CAR, TRUCK, OR VAN:
         DROVE ALONE
         IN 2-PERSON CARPOOL
         IN 3-PERSON CARPOOL
         IN 4-PERSON CARPOOL
         IN 5-PERSON CARPOOL
         IN 6-PERSON CARPOOL
         IN 7-OR-MORE PERSON CARPOOL
       OTHER MEANS
 P54.  SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL(7)                       7
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 3 YEARS AND OVER
       ENROLLED IN PREPRIMARY SCHOOL:
         PUBLIC SCHOOL
         PRIVATE SCHOOL
       ENROLLED IN ELEMENTARY OR HIGH SCHOOL:
         PUBLIC SCHOOL
         PRIVATE SCHOOL
       ENROLLED IN COLLEGE:
         PUBLIC SCHOOL
         PRIVATE SCHOOL
       NOT ENROLLED IN SCHOOL
 P55.  RACE(5) BY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT(4)                              20
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 3 YEARS AND OVER
       WHITE:
         ENROLLED IN PREPRIMARY SCHOOL
         ENROLLED IN ELEMENTARY OR HIGH SCHOOL
         ENROLLED IN COLLEGE
         NOT ENROLLED IN SCHOOL
       BLACK:
         (REPEAT SCHOOL ENROLLMENT)
       AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
         (REPEAT SCHOOL ENROLLMENT)
       ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
         (REPEAT SCHOOL ENROLLMENT)
       OTHER RACE:
         (REPEAT SCHOOL ENROLLMENT)
 P56.  SCHOOL ENROLLMENT(4)                                         4
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN 3 YEARS AND OVER
       ENROLLED IN PREPRIMARY SCHOOL
       ENROLLED IN ELEMENTARY OR HIGH SCHOOL
       ENROLLED IN COLLEGE
       NOT ENROLLED IN SCHOOL
 P57.  EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT(7)                                    7
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 25 YEARS AND OVER
       LESS THAN 9TH GRADE
       9TH TO 12TH GRADE, NO DIPLOMA
       HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE (INCLUDES EQUIVALENCY)
       SOME COLLEGE, NO DEGREE
       ASSOCIATE DEGREE
       BACHELOR'S DEGREE
       GRADUATE OR PROFESSIONAL DEGREE
 P58.  RACE(5) BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT(7)                        35
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 25 YEARS AND OVER
       WHITE:
         LESS THAN 9TH GRADE
         9TH TO 12TH GRADE, NO DIPLOMA
         HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE (INCLUDES EQUIVALENCY)
         SOME COLLEGE, NO DEGREE
         ASSOCIATE DEGREE
         BACHELOR'S DEGREE
         GRADUATE OR PROFESSIONAL DEGREE
       BLACK:
         (REPEAT EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT)
       AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
         (REPEAT EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT)
       ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
         (REPEAT EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT)
       OTHER RACE:
         (REPEAT EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT)
 P59.  EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT(7)                                    7
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN 25 YEARS AND OVER
       LESS THAN 9TH GRADE
       9TH TO 12TH GRADE, NO DIPLOMA
       HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE (INCLUDES EQUIVALENCY)
       SOME COLLEGE, NO DEGREE
       ASSOCIATE DEGREE
       BACHELOR'S DEGREE
       GRADUATE OR PROFESSIONAL DEGREE
 P60.  EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT(7)                                    7
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 18 YEARS AND OVER
       LESS THAN 9TH GRADE
       9TH TO 12TH GRADE, NO DIPLOMA
       HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE (INCLUDES EQUIVALENCY)
       SOME COLLEGE, NO DEGREE
       ASSOCIATE DEGREE
       BACHELOR'S DEGREE
       GRADUATE OR PROFESSIONAL DEGREE
 P61.  SCHOOL ENROLLMENT, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, AND EMPLOYMENT
        STATUS(13)                                                 13
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 TO 19 YEARS
       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:
           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
 P62.  RACE(5) BY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, AND
        EMPLOYMENT STATUS(13)                                        65
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 TO 19 YEARS
       WHITE:
         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:
             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
       BLACK:
        (REPEAT SCHOOL ENROLLMENT, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, AND EMPLOYMENT
          STATUS)
       AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
        (REPEAT SCHOOL ENROLLMENT, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, AND
          EMPLOYMENT STATUS)
       ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
        (REPEAT SCHOOL ENROLLMENT, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, AND
        EMPLOYMENT STATUS)
       OTHER RACE:
        (REPEAT SCHOOL ENROLLMENT, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, AND
          EMPLOYMENT STATUS)
 P63.  SCHOOL ENROLLMENT, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, AND
        EMPLOYMENT STATUS(13)                                       13
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN 16 TO 19 YEARS
       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:
           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
 P64.  SEX(2) BY AGE(2) BY VETERAN STATUS(3)                        12
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       MALE:
         16 TO 64 YEARS:
           IN ARMED FORCES
           CIVILIAN:
             VETERAN
             NONVETERAN
         65 YEARS AND OVER:
           (REPEAT VETERAN STATUS)
       FEMALE:
        (REPEAT AGE BY VETERAN STATUS)
 P65.  PERIOD OF MILITARY SERVICE(13)                               13
       UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN VETERANS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       MAY 1975 OR LATER ONLY:
         SEPTEMBER 1980 OR LATER ONLY:
           WITH LESS THAN 2 YEARS OF SERVICE
           WITH 2 OR MORE YEARS OF SERVICE
         MAY 1975 TO AUGUST 1980 ONLY
         BOTH, MAY 1975 TO AUGUST 1980 AND SEPTEMBER 1980 OR LATER
       VIETNAM ERA, NO KOREAN CONFLICT NOR WORLD WAR II
       VIETNAM ERA AND KOREAN CONFLICT, NO WORLD WAR II
       VIETNAM ERA, KOREAN CONFLICT, AND WORLD WAR II
       FEBRUARY 1955 TO JULY 1964 ONLY
       KOREAN CONFLICT, NO VIETNAM ERA NOR WORLD WAR II
       KOREAN CONFLICT AND WORLD WAR II, NO VIETNAM ERA
       WORLD WAR II, NO KOREAN CONFLICT NOR VIETNAM ERA
       WORLD WAR I
       OTHER SERVICE
 P66.  SEX(2) BY AGE(2) BY WORK DISABILITY STATUS AND EMPLOYMENT
        STATUS(7)                                                   28
       UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS 16 YEARS
        AND OVER
       MALE:
         16 TO 64 YEARS:
           WITH A WORK DISABILITY:
             IN LABOR FORCE:
               EMPLOYED
               UNEMPLOYED
             NOT IN LABOR FORCE:
               PREVENTED FROM WORKING
               NOT PREVENTED FROM WORKING
           NO WORK DISABILITY:
             IN LABOR FORCE:
               EMPLOYED
               UNEMPLOYED
             NOT IN LABOR FORCE
         65 YEARS AND OVER:
          (REPEAT WORK DISABILITY STATUS AND EMPLOYMENT STATUS)
       FEMALE:
        (REPEAT AGE BY WORK DISABILITY STATUS AND EMPLOYMENT STATUS)
 P67.  SEX(2) BY AGE(2) BY MOBILITY LIMITATION STATUS(2) BY
        EMPLOYMENT STATUS(3)                                        24
       UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS 16 YEARS
        AND OVER
       MALE:
         16 TO 64 YEARS:
           WITH A MOBILITY LIMITATION:
             IN LABOR FORCE:
               EMPLOYED
               UNEMPLOYED
             NOT IN LABOR FORCE
           NO MOBILITY LIMITATION:
            (REPEAT EMPLOYMENT STATUS)
         65 YEARS AND OVER:
          (REPEAT MOBILITY LIMITATION STATUS BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS)
       FEMALE:
        (REPEAT AGE BY MOBILITY LIMITATION STATUS BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS)
 P68.  SEX(2) BY AGE(2) BY WORK DISABILITY STATUS(2) BY MOBILITY
        AND SELF-CARE LIMITATION STATUS(2)                          16
       UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS 16 YEARS
        AND OVER
       MALE:
         16 TO 64 YEARS:
           WITH A WORK DISABILITY:
 P69.  SEX(2) BY AGE(3) BY MOBILITY AND SELF-CARE LIMITATION STATUS(4)    24
      UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
      MALE:
         16 TO 64 YEARS:
             WITH A MOBILITY OR SELF-CARE LIMITATION:
                  MOBILITY LIMITATION ONLY
                  SELF-CARE LIMITATION ONLY
                  MOBILITY AND SELF-CARE LIMITATION
             NO MOBILITY OR SELF-CARE LIMITATION
         65 TO 74 YEARS:
             (REPEAT MOBILITY AND SELF-CARE LIMITATION STATUS)
         75 YEARS AND OVER:
             (REPEAT MOBILITY AND SELF-CARE LIMITATION STATUS)
      FEMALE:
         (REPEAT AGE BY MOBILITY AND SELF-CARE LIMITATION STATUS)
 P70.  SEX(2) BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS(4)            8
    UNIVERSE: PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
      MALE:
         IN LABOR FORCE:
             IN ARMED FORCES
             CIVILIAN:
                EMPLOYED
                UNEMPLOYED
         NOT IN LABOR FORCE
      FEMALE:
         (REPEAT EMPLOYMENT STATUS)

P71-P100
 TABLE                                                        TOTAL NUMBER
 (MATRIX)     TITLE                                           OF DATA CELLS

 P71.  RACE(S) BY SEX(2) BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS(4)              40
      UNIVERSE: PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
      WHITE:
         MALE:
             IN LABOR FORCE:
                IN ARMED FORCES
                CIVILIAN:
                   EMPLOYED
                   UNEMPLOYED
             NOT IN LABOR FORCE
         FEMALE:
             (REPEAT EMPLOYMENT STATUS)
      BLACK:
         (REPEAT SEX BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS)
      AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
         (REPEAT SEX BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS)
      ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
         (REPEAT SEX BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS)
      OTHER RACE:
         (REPEAT SEX BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS)
 P72.  SEX(2) BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS(4)                                     8
      UNIVERSE: PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN 16 YEARS AND OVER
      MALE:
         IN LABOR FORCE:
             IN ARMED FORCES
             CIVILIAN:
                EMPLOYED
                UNEMPLOYED
         NOT IN LABOR FORCE
      FEMALE:
         (REPEAT EMPLOYMENT STATUS)
 P73.  PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN AND EMPLOYMENT STATUS(12)               12
      UNIVERSE: FEMALES 16 YEARS AND OVER
      WITH OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS:
         UNDER 6 YEARS ONLY:
             IN LABOR FORCE:
                EMPLOYED OR IN ARMED FORCES
                UNEMPLOYED
             NOT IN LABOR FORCE
 P73.  PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN AND EMPLOYMENT STATUS(12)-CON.
        6 TO 17 YEARS ONLY:
            IN LABOR FORCE:
                    EMPLOYED OR IN ARMED FORCES
                    UNEMPLOYED
            NOT IN LABOR FORCE
        UNDER 6 YEARS AND 6 TO 17 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
 P74.  PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHLLDREN(2) BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS OF PARENTS(8)   16
       UNIVERSE:OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
      UNDER 6 YEARS:
         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
      6 TO 17 YEARS:
         (REPEAT EMPLOYMENT STATUS OF PARENTS)
 P75.  SEX(2) BY WORK STATUS IN 1989(2)                               4
      UNIVERSE: PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
      MALE:
         WORKED IN 1989
         DID NOT WORK IN 1989
      FEMALE:
         (REPEAT WORK STATUS IN 1989)
 P76.  SEX(2) BY WORK STATUS IN 1989, USUAL HOURS WORKED PER WEEK
        IN 1989, AND WEEKS WORKED IN 1989(19)                         38
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       MALE:
         WORKED IN 1989:
           USUALLY WORKED 35 OR MORE HOURS PER WEEK:
             50 TO 52 WEEKS
             48 TO 49 WEEKS
             40 TO 47 WEEKS
             27 TO 39 WEEKS
             14 TO 26 WEEKS
             1 TO 13 WEEKS
           USUALLY WORKED 15 TO 34 HOURS PER WEEK:
             50 TO 52 WEEKS
             48 TO 49 WEEKS
             40 TO 47 WEEKS
             27 TO 39 WEEKS
             14 TO 26 WEEKS
             1 TO 13 WEEKS
           USUALLY WORKED 1 TO 14 HOURS PER WEEK:
             50 TO 52 WEEKS
             48 TO 49 WEEKS
             40 TO 47 WEEKS
             27 TO 39 WEEKS
             14 TO 26 WEEKS
             1 TO 13 WEEKS
         DID NOT WORK IN 1989
       FEMALE:
        (REPEAT WORK STATUS IN 1989, USUAL HOURS WORKED PER WEEK IN
          1989, AND WEEKS WORKED IN 1989)
 P77.  INDUSTRY(17)                                                 17
       UNIVERSE:  EMPLOYED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY, AND FISHERIES (000-039)
       MINING (040-059)
       CONSTRUCTION (060-099)
       MANUFACTURING, NONDURABLE GOODS (100-229)
       MANUFACTURING, DURABLE GOODS (230-399)
       TRANSPORTATION (400-439)
       COMMUNICATIONS AND OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES (440-499)
       WHOLESALE TRADE (500-579)
       RETAIL TRADE (580-699)
       FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE (700-720)
       BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES (721-760)
       PERSONAL SERVICES (761-799)
       ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES (800-811)
       PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES (812-899):
         HEALTH SERVICES (812-840)
         EDUCATIONAL SERVICES (842-860)
         OTHER PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES (841, 861-899)
       PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (900-939)
 P78.  OCCUPATION(13)                                               13
       UNIVERSE:  EMPLOYED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       MANAGERIAL AND PROFESSIONAL SPECIALTY OCCUPATIONS  (000-202):
         EXECUTIVE, ADMINISTRATIVE, AND MANAGERIAL OCCUPATIONS (000-042)
         PROFESSIONAL SPECIALTY OCCUPATIONS (043-202)
       TECHNICAL, SALES, AND ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT OCCUPATIONS (203-402):
         TECHNICIANS AND RELATED SUPPORT OCCUPATIONS (203-242)
         SALES OCCUPATIONS (243-302)
         ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT OCCUPATIONS, INCLUDING CLERICAL (303-402)
       SERVICE OCCUPATIONS (403-472):
         PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD OCCUPATIONS (403-412)
         PROTECTIVE SERVICE OCCUPATIONS (413-432)
         SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, EXCEPT PROTECTIVE AND HOUSEHOLD (433-472)
       FARMING, FORESTRY, AND FISHING OCCUPATIONS (473-502)
       PRECISION PRODUCTION, CRAFT, AND REPAIR OCCUPATIONS (503-702)
       OPERATORS, FABRICATORS, AND LABORERS (703-902):
         MACHINE OPERATORS, ASSEMBLERS, AND INSPECTORS (703-802)
         TRANSPORTATION AND MATERIAL MOVING OCCUPATIONS (803-863)
         HANDLERS, EQUIPMENT CLEANERS, HELPERS, AND LABORERS (864-902)
 P79.  CLASS OF WORKER(7)                                           7
       UNIVERSE:  EMPLOYED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       PRIVATE FOR PROFIT WAGE AND SALARY WORKERS
       PRIVATE NOT-FOR-PROFIT WAGE AND SALARY WORKERS
       LOCAL GOVERNMENT WORKERS
       STATE GOVERNMENT WORKERS
       FEDERAL GOVERNMENT WORKERS
       SELF-EMPLOYED WORKERS
       UNPAID FAMILY WORKERS
 P80.  HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(25)                                 25
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       LESS THAN $5,000
       $5,000 TO $9,999
       $10,000 TO $12,499
       $12,500 TO $14,999
       $15,000 TO $17,499
       $17,500 TO $19,999
       $20,000 TO $22,499
       $22,500 TO $24,999
       $25,000 TO $27,499
       $27,500 TO $29,999
       $30,000 TO $32,499
       $32,500 TO $34,999
       $35,000 TO $37,499
       $37,500 TO $39,999
       $40,000 TO $42,499
       $42,500 TO $44,999
       $45,000 TO $47,499
       $47,500 TO $49,999
       $50,000 TO $54,999
       $55,000 TO $59,999
       $60,000 TO $74,999
       $75,000 TO $99,999
       $100,000 TO $124,999
       $125,000 TO $149,999
       $150,000 OR MORE
 P80A.  MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(1)                          1
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989
 P81.  AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(2)                          2
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       TOTAL:
         LESS THAN $150,000
         $150,000 OR MORE
 P82.   RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(9)        45
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       WHITE:
         LESS THAN $5,000
         $5,000 TO $9,999
         $10,000 TO $14,999
         $15,000 TO $24,999
         $25,000 TO $34,999
         $35,000 TO $49,999
         $50,000 TO $74,999
         $75,000 TO $99,999
         $100,000 OR MORE
       BLACK:
        (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
       AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
         (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
       ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
         (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
       OTHER RACE:
         (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
 P83.  HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(9)                                  9
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
       LESS THAN $5,000
       $5,000 TO $9,999
       $10,000 TO $14,999
       $15,000 TO $24,999
       $25,000 TO $34,999
       $35,000 TO $49,999
       $50,000 TO $74,999
       $75,000 TO $99,999
       $100,000 OR MORE
 P84.  AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(1) BY RACE OF
        HOUSEHOLDER(5)                                               5
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       TOTAL:
         WHITE
         BLACK
         AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT
         ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER
         OTHER RACE
 P85.  AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(1)                         1
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
       TOTAL
 P86.  AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7) BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(9)         63
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       UNDER 25 YEARS:
         LESS THAN $5,000
         $5,000 TO $9,999
         $10,000 TO $14,999
         $15,000 TO $24,999
         $25,000 TO $34,999
         $35,000 TO $49,999
         $50,000 TO $74,999
         $75,000 TO $99,999
         $100,000 OR MORE
       25 TO 34 YEARS:
        (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
       35 TO 44 YEARS:
         (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
       45 TO 54 YEARS:
         (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
       55 TO 64 YEARS:
         (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
       65 TO 74 YEARS:
         (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
       75 YEARS AND OVER:
         (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
 P87A. RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(1) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7) BY
        HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(9)                                63
       UNIVERSE:  WHITE HOUSEHOLDS
       WHITE:
         UNDER 25 YEARS:
           LESS THAN $5,000
           $5,000 TO $9,999
           $10,000 TO $14,999
           $15,000 TO $24,999
           $25,000 TO $34,999
           $35,000 TO $49,999
           $50,000 TO $74,999
           $75,000 TO $99,999
           $100,000 OR MORE
         25 TO 34 YEARS:
          (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         35 TO 44 YEARS:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         45 TO 54 YEARS:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         55 TO 64 YEARS:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         65 TO 74 YEARS:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         75 YEARS AND OVER:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
 P87B. RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(1) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7) BY
        HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(9)                                  63
       UNIVERSE:  BLACK HOUSEHOLDS
       BLACK:
         UNDER 25 YEARS:
           LESS THAN $5,000
           $5,000 TO $9,999
           $10,000 TO $14,999
           $15,000 TO $24,999
           $25,000 TO $34,999
           $35,000 TO $49,999
           $50,000 TO $74,999
           $75,000 TO $99,999
           $100,000 OR MORE
         25 TO 34 YEARS:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         35 TO 44 YEARS:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         45 TO 54 YEARS:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         55 TO 64 YEARS:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         65 TO 74 YEARS:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         75 YEARS AND OVER:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
 P87C. RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(1) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7) BY
        HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(9)                                63
       UNIVERSE:  AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT HOUSEHOLDS
       AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
        UNDER 25 YEARS:
           LESS THAN $5,000
           $5,000 TO $9,999
           $10,000 TO $14,999
           $15,000 TO $24,999
           $25,000 TO $34,999
           $35,000 TO $49,999
           $50,000 TO $74,999
           $75,000 TO $99,999
           $100,000 OR MORE
         25 TO 34 YEARS:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         35 TO 44 YEARS:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         45 TO 54 YEARS:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         55 TO 64 YEARS:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         65 TO 74 YEARS:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         75 YEARS AND OVER:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
 P87D. RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(1) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7) BY
        HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(9)                                 63
       UNIVERSE:  ASIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER HOUSEHOLDS
       ASIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER:
         UNDER 25 YEARS:
           LESS THAN $5,000
           $5,000 TO $9,999
           $10,000 TO $14,999
           $15,000 TO $24,999
           $25,000 TO $34,999
           $35,000 TO $49,999
           $50,000 TO $74,999
           $75,000 TO $99,999
           $100,000 OR MORE
         25 TO 34 YEARS:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         35 TO 44 YEARS:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         45 TO 54 YEARS:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         55 TO 64 YEARS:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         65 TO 74 YEARS:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         75 YEARS AND OVER:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
 P87E. RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(1) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7) BY
        HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(9)                                   63
       UNIVERSE:  OTHER RACE HOUSEHOLDS
       OTHER RACE:
         UNDER 25 YEARS:
           LESS THAN $5,000
           $5,000 TO $9,999
           $10,000 TO $14,999
           $15,000 TO $24,999
           $25,000 TO $34,999
           $35,000 TO $49,999
           $50,000 TO $74,999
           $75,000 TO $99,999
           $100,000 OR MORE
         25 TO 34 YEARS:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         35 TO 44 YEARS:
          (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         45 TO 54 YEARS:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         55 TO 64 YEARS:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         65 TO 74 YEARS:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
         75 YEARS AND OVER:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
 P88.  AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7) BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(9)         63
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
       UNDER 25 YEARS:
         LESS THAN $5,000
         $5,000 TO $9,999
         $10,000 TO $14,999
         $15,000 TO $24,999
         $25,000 TO $34,999
         $35,000 TO $49,999
         $50,000 TO $74,999
         $75,000 TO $99,999
         $100,000 OR MORE
       25 TO 34 YEARS:
         (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
       35 TO 44 YEARS:
         (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
       45 TO 54 YEARS:
         (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
       55 TO 64 YEARS:
         (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
       65 TO 74 YEARS:
         (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
       75 YEARS AND OVER:
         (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
 P89.  EARNINGS IN 1989(2)                                          2
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       WITH EARNINGS
       NO EARNINGS
 P90.  WAGE OR SALARY INCOME IN 1989(2)                             2
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       WITH WAGE OR SALARY INCOME
       NO WAGE OR SALARY INCOME
 P91.  NONFARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME IN 1989(2)                    2
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       WITH NONFARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME
       NO NONFARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME
 P92.  FARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME IN 1989(2)                       2
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       WITH FARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME
       NO FARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME
 P93.  INTEREST, DIVIDEND, OR NET RENTAL INCOME IN 1989(2)          2
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       WITH INTEREST, DIVIDEND, OR NET RENTAL INCOME
       NO INTEREST, DIVIDEND, OR NET RENTAL INCOME
 P94.  SOCIAL SECURITY INCOME IN 1989(2)                            2
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       WITH SOCIAL SECURITY INCOME
       NO SOCIAL SECURITY INCOME
 P95.  PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME IN 1989(2)                          2
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       WITH PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME
       NO PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME
 P96.  RETIREMENT INCOME IN 1989(2)                                 2
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       WITH RETIREMENT INCOME
       NO RETIREMENT INCOME
 P97.  OTHER TYPE OF INCOME IN 1989(2)                              2
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       WITH OTHER INCOME
       NO OTHER INCOME
 P98.  AGGREGATE WAGE OR SALARY INCOME IN 1989(1)                   1
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       TOTAL
 P99.  AGGREGATE NONFARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME IN 1989(1)          1
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       TOTAL
 P100. AGGREGATE FARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME IN 1989(1)             1
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       TOTAL

P101- P150

 TABLE                                                        TOTAL NUMBER
 (MATRIX)     TITLE                                           OF DATA CELLS

 P101. AGGREGATE INTEREST, DIVIDEND, OR NET RENTAL INCOME IN
        1989(1)                                                     1
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       TOTAL
 P102. AGGREGATE SOCIAL SECURITY INCOME IN 1989(1)                  1
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       TOTAL
 P103. AGGREGATE PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME IN 1989(1)                1
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       TOTAL
 P104. AGGREGATE RETIREMENT INCOME IN 1989(1)                       1
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       TOTAL
 P105. AGGREGATE OTHER TYPE OF INCOME IN 1989(1)                    1
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       TOTAL
 P106. AGGREGATE PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS(1) BY PUBLIC ASSISTANCE
        INCOME IN 1989(2) BY AGE(3)                                 6
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS
       TOTAL:
         WITH PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME:
           UNDER 15 YEARS
           15 TO 64 YEARS
           65 YEARS AND OVER
         NO PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME:
           (REPEAT AGE)
 P107. FAMILY INCOME IN 1989(25)                                    25
       UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
       LESS THAN $5,000
       $5,000 TO $9,999
       $10,000 TO $12,499
       $12,500 TO $14,999
       $15,000 TO $17,499
       $17,500 TO $19,999
       $20,000 TO $22,499
       $22,500 TO $24,999
       $25,000 TO $27,499
       $27,500 TO $29,999
       $30,000 TO $32,499
       $32,500 TO $34,999
       $35,000 TO $37,499
       $37,500 TO $39,999
       $40,000 TO $42,499
       $42,500 TO $44,999
       $45,000 TO $47,499
       $47,500 TO $49,999
       $50,000 TO $54,999
       $55,000 TO $59,999
       $60,000 TO $74,999
       $75,000 TO $99,999
       $100,000 TO $124,999
       $125,000 TO $149,999
       $150,000 OR MORE
 P107A.MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989(1)                              1
       UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
       MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989
 P108. AGGREGATE FAMILY INCOME IN 1989(1) BY FAMILY INCOME IN
        1989(2)                                                     2
       UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
       TOTAL:
         LESS THAN $150,000
         $150,000 OR MORE
 P109. AGGREGATE FAMILY INCOME IN 1989(1) BY FAMILY TYPE AND
        PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(6)                             6
       UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
       TOTAL:
         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
 P110. NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(25)                       25
       UNIVERSE:  NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS
       LESS THAN $5,000
       $5,000 TO $9,999
       $10,000 TO $12,499
       $12,500 TO $14,999
       $15,000 TO $17,499
       $17,500 TO $19,999
       $20,000 TO $22,499
       $22,500 TO $24,999
       $25,000 TO $27,499
       $27,500 TO $29,999
       $30,000 TO $32,499
       $32,500 TO $34,999
       $35,000 TO $37,499
       $37,500 TO $39,999
       $40,000 TO $42,499
       $42,500 TO $44,999
       $45,000 TO $47,499
       $47,500 TO $49,999
       $50,000 TO $54,999
       $55,000 TO $59,999
       $60,000 TO $74,999
       $75,000 TO $99,999
       $100,000 TO $124,999
       $125,000 TO $149,999
       $150,000 OR MORE
 P110A.MEDIAN NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(1)                 1
       UNIVERSE:  NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS
       MEDIAN NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989
 P111. AGGREGATE NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(1) BY
        NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(2)                       2
       UNIVERSE:  NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS
       TOTAL:
         LESS THAN $150,000
         $150,000 OR MORE
 P112. WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989(4)                                 4
       UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
       NO WORKERS
       1 WORKER
       2 WORKERS
       3 OR MORE WORKERS
 P113. AGGREGATE FAMILY INCOME IN 1989(1) BY WORKERS IN FAMILY IN
        1989(4)                                                     4
       UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
       TOTAL:
         NO WORKERS
         1 WORKER
         2 WORKERS
         3 OR MORE WORKERS
 P114. AGGREGATE INCOME IN 1989(1) BY GROUP QUARTERS(3)             3
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER
       TOTAL:
         IN HOUSEHOLDS
         IN GROUP QUARTERS:
           INSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
           OTHER PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS
         FILLER
 P114A.PER CAPITA INCOME IN 1989(1)                                 1
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
       PER CAPITA INCOME IN 1989
 P114B.PER CAPITA INCOME IN 1989(1) BY GROUP QUARTERS(3)            3
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
       PER CAPITA INCOME IN 1989:
         IN HOUSEHOLDS
         IN GROUP QUARTERS:
           INSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
           OTHER PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS
         FILLER
 P115. AGGREGATE INCOME IN 1989(1) BY RACE(5)                       5
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER
       TOTAL:
         WHITE
         BLACK
         AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT
         ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER
         OTHER RACE
 P115A.PER CAPITA INCOME IN 1989(1) BY RACE(5)                      5
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
       PER CAPITA INCOME IN 1989:
         WHITE
         BLACK
         AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT
         ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER
         OTHER RACE
 P116. AGGREGATE INCOME IN 1989(1)                                  1
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN 15 YEARS AND OVER
       TOTAL
 P116A.PER CAPITA INCOME IN 1989(1)                                 1
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
       PER CAPITA INCOME IN 1989
 P117. POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY AGE(12)                        24
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
       INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL:
         UNDER 5 YEARS
         5 YEARS
         6 TO 11 YEARS
         12 TO 17 YEARS
         18 TO 24 YEARS
         25 TO 34 YEARS
         35 TO 44 YEARS
         45 TO 54 YEARS
         55 TO 59 YEARS
         60 TO 64 YEARS
         65 TO 74 YEARS
         75 YEARS AND OVER
       INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL:
        (REPEAT AGE)
 P118. POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY SEX(2) BY AGE(7)               28
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
       INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL:
         MALE:
           UNDER 5 YEARS
           5 YEARS
           6 TO 11 YEARS
           12 TO 17 YEARS
           18 TO 64 YEARS
           65 TO 74 YEARS
           75 YEARS AND OVER
         FEMALE:
           (REPEAT AGE)
       INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL:
         (REPEAT SEX BY AGE)
 P119. POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY RACE(5) BY AGE(7)              70
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
       INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL:
         WHITE:
           UNDER 5 YEARS
           5 YEARS
           6 TO 11 YEARS
           12 TO 17 YEARS
           18 TO 64 YEARS
           65 TO 74 YEARS
           75 YEARS AND OVER
         BLACK:
           (REPEAT AGE)
         AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
           (REPEAT AGE)
         ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
           (REPEAT AGE)
         OTHER RACE:
           (REPEAT AGE)
       INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL:
         (REPEAT RACE BY AGE)
 P120. POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY AGE(7)                          14
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN FOR WHOM POVERTY
        STATUS IS DETERMINED
       INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL:
         UNDER 5 YEARS
         5 YEARS
         6 TO 11 YEARS
         12 TO 17 YEARS
         18 TO 64 YEARS
         65 TO 74 YEARS
         75 YEARS AND OVER
       INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL:
         (REPEAT AGE)
 P121. RATIO OF INCOME IN 1989 TO POVERTY LEVEL(9)                  9
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
       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
 P122. POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY AGE(3) BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND
        RELATIONSHIP(9)                                            54
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
       INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL:
         UNDER 65 YEARS:
           IN MARRIED-COUPLE FAMILY
           IN OTHER FAMILY:
             MALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO WIFE PRESENT
             FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO HUSBAND PRESENT
           UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS:
             IN FAMILY HOUSEHOLDS
             IN NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS:
               HOUSEHOLDER:
                 LIVING ALONE
                 NOT LIVING ALONE
               NONRELATIVES
             IN GROUP QUARTERS
           FILLER
         65 TO 74 YEARS:
          (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP)
         75 YEARS AND OVER:
           (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP)
       INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL:
         (REPEAT AGE BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP)
 P123. POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND
        AGE OF CHILDREN(12)                                         24
       UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
       INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL:
         MARRIED-COUPLE FAMILY:
           WITH RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS:
             UNDER 5 YEARS ONLY
             5 TO 17 YEARS ONLY
             UNDER 5 YEARS AND 5 TO 17 YEARS
           NO RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
         OTHER FAMILY:
           MALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO WIFE PRESENT:
            WITH RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS:
               UNDER 5 YEARS ONLY
               5 TO 17 YEARS ONLY
               UNDER 5 YEARS AND 5 TO 17 YEARS
             NO RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
           FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO HUSBAND PRESENT:
             WITH RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS:
               UNDER 5 YEARS ONLY
               5 TO 17 YEARS ONLY
               UNDER 5 YEARS AND 5 TO 17 YEARS
              NO RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
       INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL:
         (REPEAT FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN)
 P124A.POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(1) BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) BY
        FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(12)             60
       UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES WITH INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL
       INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL:
       WHITE:
         MARRIED-COUPLE FAMILY:
           WITH RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS:
             UNDER 5 YEARS ONLY
             5 TO 17 YEARS ONLY
             UNDER 5 YEARS AND 5 TO 17 YEARS
           NO RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
         OTHER FAMILY:
           MALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO WIFE PRESENT:
             WITH RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS:
               UNDER 5 YEARS ONLY
               5 TO 17 YEARS ONLY
               UNDER 5 YEARS AND 5 TO 17 YEARS
             NO RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
           FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO HUSBAND PRESENT:
             WITH RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS:
               UNDER 5 YEARS ONLY
               5 TO 17 YEARS ONLY
               UNDER 5 YEARS AND 5 TO 17 YEARS
               NO RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
       BLACK:
         (REPEAT FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN)
       AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
         (REPEAT FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN)
       ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
         (REPEAT FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN)
       OTHER RACE:
         (REPEAT FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN)
 P124B.POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(1) BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) BY
        FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(12)            60
       UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES WITH INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL
       INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL:
         WHITE:
           MARRIED-COUPLE FAMILY:
             WITH RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS:
               UNDER 5 YEARS ONLY
               5 TO 17 YEARS ONLY
               UNDER 5 YEARS AND 5 TO 17 YEARS
             NO RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
           OTHER FAMILY:
             MALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO WIFE PRESENT:
               WITH RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS:
                 UNDER 5 YEARS ONLY
                 5 TO 17 YEARS ONLY
                 UNDER 5 YEARS AND 5 TO 17 YEARS
               NO RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
             FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO HUSBAND PRESENT:
              WITH RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS:
                 UNDER 5 YEARS ONLY
                 5 TO 17 YEARS ONLY
                 UNDER 5 YEARS AND 5 TO 17 YEARS
               NO RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
       BLACK:
         (REPEAT FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN)
       AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
         (REPEAT FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN)
       ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
         (REPEAT FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN)
       OTHER RACE:
         (REPEAT FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN)
 P125. POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND
        AGE OF CHILDREN(12)                                        24
       UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
       INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL:
         MARRIED-COUPLE FAMILY:
           WITH RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS:
             UNDER 5 YEARS ONLY
             5 TO 17 YEARS ONLY
             UNDER 5 YEARS AND 5 TO 17 YEARS
           NO RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
         OTHER FAMILY:
           MALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO WIFE PRESENT:
             WITH RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS:
               UNDER 5 YEARS ONLY
               5 TO 17 YEARS ONLY
               UNDER 5 YEARS AND 5 TO 17 YEARS
             NO RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
           FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO HUSBAND PRESENT:
             WITH RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS:
               UNDER 5 YEARS ONLY
               5 TO 17 YEARS ONLY
               UNDER 5 YEARS AND 5 TO 17 YEARS
             NO RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
       INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL:
         (REPEAT FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN)
 P126. POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY FAMILY TYPE AND AGE(9)          18
       UNIVERSE: RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
      INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL:
         IN MARRIED-COUPIE FAMILY:
             UNDER 5 YEARS
             5 YEARS
             6 TO 17 YEARS
         IN OTHER FAMILY:
             MALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO WIFE PRESENT:
                UNDER 5 YEARS
                5 YEARS
                6 TO 17 YEARS
             FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO HUSBAND PRESENT:
                UNDER 5 YEARS
                5 YEARS
                6 TO L7YEARS
      INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL:
         (REPEAT FAMILY TYPE AND AGE)
 P127. POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(3)
      BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE(S)                                      30
      UNIVERSE: HOUSEHOLDS
      INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL:
        HOUSEHOLDER 15 TO 64 YEARS:
             MARRIED-COUPLE FAMILY
             OTHER FAMILY:
                MALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO WIFE PRESENT
                FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO HUSBAND PRESENT
             NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS:
                HOUSEHOLDER LIVING ALONE
                HOUSEHOLDER NOT LIVING ALONE
 P127. POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(3)
     BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE(5)-CON.
         HOUSEHOLDER 85 TO 74 YEARS:
             (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD TYPE)
         HOUSEHOLDER 75 YEARS AND OVER:
             (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD TYPE)
      INCOME IN 1989 BOW POVERTY LEVEL:
         (REPEAT AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE)
 P128. LMPUTATLON OF POPULATION LTEMS(3)                          3
       UNIVERSE:PERSONS
      FILLER
         NO ITEMS ALLOCATED
         ONE OR MORE ITEMS ALLOCATED
      FILLER
 P129. IMPUTATLON OF RELATLONSHIP(2)                              2
       UNIVERSE:PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS
      ALLOCATED
      NOT ALLOCATED
 P130. LMPUTATLON OF SEX(3)                                       3
      UNIVERSE: PERSONS
      FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
      FILLER
 P131. LMPUTATLON OF AGE(3)                                       3
       UNIVERSE:PERSONS
      FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
      FILLER
 P132. LMPUTATLON OF RACE(3)                                      3
      UNIVERSE: PERSONS
      FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
      FILLER
 P133. IMPUTATLON OF MARITAL STATUS(3)                           3
      UNIVERSE: PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER
      FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
      FILLER
 P134. LMPUTATION OF HISPANIC ORLGLN(3)                          3
      UNIVERSE: PERSONS
      FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
      FILLER
 P135. LMPUTATLON OF GROUP QUARTERS(2)                           2
      UNIVERSE: PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS
      ALLOCATED
      NOT ALLOCATED
 P136. LMPUTATLON OF PLACE OF BLRTH(3)                           3
      UNIVERSE: PERSONS
      FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
      FILLER
 P137. LMPUTATION OF CLTLZENSHLP(3)                              3
       UNIVERSE:PERSONS
      FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
      FILLER
 P138. LMPUTATLON OF YEAR OF ENTRY(3)                            3
       UNIVERSE:  FOREIGN-BORN PERSONS
      FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
      FILLER
 P139. LMPUTATION OF SCHOOL ENROLLMENT(3)                        3
      UNIVERSE: PERSONS 3 YEARS AND OVER
      FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
      FILLER
 P140. LMPUTATLON OF EDUCATIONAL ATTALNMENT(3)                   3
      UNIVERSE: PERSONS 18 YEARS AND OVER
      FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
      FILLER
 P141.LMPUTATLON OF EDUCATIONAL ATTALNMENT(3)                    3
      UNIVERSE: PERSONS 25 YEARS AND OVER
      FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
      FILLER
 P142.LMPUTATLON OF ANCESTRY(3)                                  3
      UNIVERSE: PERSONS
      FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
      FILLER
 P143. LMPUTATLON OF MOBILITY STATUS(3)                          3
      UNIVERSE: PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
      FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
      FILLER
 P144. LMPUTATION OF RESIDENCE IN 1985(5)                        5
      UNIVERSE: PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
      DIFFERENT HOUSE IN 1985:
         FILLER
             ALLOCATED:
                ONE OR MORE BUT NOT ALL GEOGRAPHIC PARTS ALLOCATED
                ALL GEOGRAPHIC PARTS ALLOCATED
             NOT ALLOCATED
         FILLER
      SAME HOUSE IN 1985
 P145. IMPUTATION OF LANGUAGE STATUS(3)                              3
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
       FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
 P146. IMPUTATION OF LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME(4)                      4
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
       SPEAK ONLY ENGLISH
       SPEAK OTHER LANGUAGE:
       FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
 P147. IMPUTATION OF ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH(4)                     4
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
       SPEAK ONLY ENGLISH
       SPEAK OTHER LANGUAGE:
       FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
 P148. IMPUTATION OF VETERAN STATUS(2)                              2
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
 P149. IMPUTATION OF PERIOD OF MILITARY SERVICE(3)                  3
       UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN VETERANS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
 P150. IMPUTATION OF WORK DISABILITY STATUS(3)                      3
       UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS 16 YEARS
        AND OVER
        FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED

P151 - P170

 TABLE                                                        TOTAL NUMBER
 (MATRIX)     TITLE                                           OF DATA CELLS

 P151. IMPUTATION OF MOBILITY LIMITATION STATUS(3)                  3
       UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS 16 YEARS
        AND OVER
       FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
 P152. IMPUTATION OF SELF-CARE LIMITATION STATUS(3)                 3
       UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS 16 YEARS
        AND OVER
       FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
 P153. IMPUTATION OF CHILDREN EVER BORN(3)                          3
       UNIVERSE:  FEMALES 15 YEARS AND OVER
       FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
 P154. IMPUTATION OF PLACE OF WORK(4)                               4
       UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       FILLER
         ALLOCATED:
           ONE OR MORE BUT NOT ALL GEOGRAPHIC PARTS ALLOCATED
           ALL GEOGRAPHIC PARTS ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
 P155. IMPUTATION OF MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK(3)             3
       UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
 P156. IMPUTATION OF PRIVATE VEHICLE OCCUPANCY(4)                   4
       UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       CAR, TRUCK, OR VAN:
         FILLER
           ALLOCATED
           NOT ALLOCATED
       OTHER MEANS
 P157. IMPUTATION OF TIME LEAVING HOME TO GO TO WORK(4)             4
       UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       DID NOT WORK AT HOME:
         FILLER
           ALLOCATED
           NOT ALLOCATED
       WORKED AT HOME
 P158. IMPUTATION OF TRAVEL TIME TO WORK(4)                         4
       UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       DID NOT WORK AT HOME:
         FILLER
           ALLOCATED
           NOT ALLOCATED
       WORKED AT HOME
 P159. IMPUTATION OF EMPLOYMENT STATUS(3)                           3
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
 P160. IMPUTATION OF WORK STATUS IN 1989(3)                         3
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
 P161. IMPUTATION OF USUAL HOURS WORKED PER WEEK IN 1989(4)         4
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       WORKED IN 1989:
         FILLER
           ALLOCATED
           NOT ALLOCATED
       DID NOT WORK IN 1989
 P162. IMPUTATION OF WEEKS WORKED IN 1989(4)                        4
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       WORKED IN 1989:
         FILLER
           ALLOCATED
           NOT ALLOCATED
       DID NOT WORK IN 1989
 P163. IMPUTATION OF INDUSTRY(3)                                    3
       UNIVERSE:  EMPLOYED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
 P164. IMPUTATION OF OCCUPATION(3)                                  3
       UNIVERSE:  EMPLOYED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
 P165. IMPUTATION OF CLASS OF WORKER(3)                             3
       UNIVERSE:  EMPLOYED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
       FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
 P166. IMPUTATION OF INCOME IN 1989(3)                              3
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER
       FILLER
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
 P167. IMPUTATION OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(2)                    2
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
       ALLOCATED
       NOT ALLOCATED
 P168. IMPUTATION OF FAMILY INCOME IN 1989(2)                       2
       UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
       ALLOCATED
       NOT ALLOCATED
 P169. IMPUTATION OF NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(2)          2
       UNIVERSE:  NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD ALLOCATED
        NOT ALLOCATED
 P170. IMPUTATION OF POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(3)                      3
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
       FILLER
          ALLOCATED
          NOT ALLOCATED
H1 - H30

 TABLE                                                        TOTAL NUMBER
 (MATRIX)     TITLE                                           OF DATA CELLS

 H1.   HOUSING UNITS(1)                                             1
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       TOTAL
 H2.   UNWEIGHTED SAMPLE COUNT OF HOUSING UNITS(1)                  1
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       TOTAL
 H3.   100-PERCENT COUNT OF HOUSING UNITS(1)                        1
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       TOTAL
 H3A.  PERCENT OF HOUSING UNITS IN SAMPLE(1)                        1
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       TOTAL
 H4.   OCCUPANCY STATUS(2)                                          2
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       OCCUPIED
       VACANT
 H5.   URBAN AND RURAL(4)                                           4
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       URBAN:
         INSIDE URBANIZED AREA
         OUTSIDE URBANIZED AREA
       RURAL:
         FARM
         NONFARM
 H6.   CONDOMINIUM STATUS(2) BY VACANCY STATUS(4)                   8
       UNIVERSE:  VACANT HOUSING UNITS
       CONDOMINIUM:
         FOR RENT
         FOR SALE ONLY
         FOR SEASONAL, RECREATIONAL, OR OCCASIONAL USE
         ALL OTHER VACANTS
       NOT CONDOMINIUM:
         (REPEAT VACANCY STATUS)
 H7.   CONDOMINIUM STATUS(2) BY TENURE AND MORTGAGE STATUS(3)       6
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       CONDOMINIUM:
         OWNER OCCUPIED:
           WITH A MORTGAGE
           NOT MORTGAGED
         RENTER OCCUPIED
       NOT CONDOMINIUM:
         (REPEAT TENURE AND MORTGAGE STATUS)
 H8.   TENURE(2)                                                    2
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       OWNER OCCUPIED
       RENTER OCCUPIED
 H9.   RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5)                                       5
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       WHITE
       BLACK
       AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT
       ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER
       OTHER RACE
 H10.  TENURE(2) BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5)                         10
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       OWNER OCCUPIED:
         WHITE
         BLACK
         AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT
         ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER
         OTHER RACE
       RENTER OCCUPIED:
         (REPEAT RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER)
 H11. HISPANIC ORIGIN OF HOUSEHOLDER(2) BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5)   10
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN:
         WHITE
         BLACK
         AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT
         ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER
         OTHER RACE
       HISPANIC ORIGIN:
         (REPEAT RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER)
 H12.  TENURE(2) BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5)                          10
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF
        HISPANIC ORIGIN
       OWNER OCCUPIED:
         WHITE
         BLACK
         AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT
         ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER
         OTHER RACE
       RENTER OCCUPIED:
         (REPEAT RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER)
 H13.  TENURE(2) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7)                           14
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       OWNER OCCUPIED:
         15 TO 24 YEARS
         25 TO 34 YEARS
         35 TO 44 YEARS
         45 TO 54 YEARS
         55 TO 64 YEARS
         65 TO 74 YEARS
         75 YEARS AND OVER
       RENTER OCCUPIED:
         (REPEAT AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER)
 H14.  AGGREGATE PERSONS(1) BY TENURE(2) BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5)   10
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS IN OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       TOTAL:
       OWNER OCCUPIED:
         WHITE
         BLACK
         AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT
         ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER
         OTHER RACE
       RENTER OCCUPIED:
         (REPEAT RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER)
 H15.  AGGREGATE PERSONS(1) BY TENURE(2)                              2
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS IN OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS WITH
        HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
       TOTAL:
         OWNER OCCUPIED
         RENTER OCCUPIED
 H16.  ROOMS(9)                                                       9
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       1 ROOM
       2 ROOMS
       3 ROOMS
       4 ROOMS
       5 ROOMS
       6 ROOMS
       7 ROOMS
       8 ROOMS
       9 OR MORE ROOMS
 H17.  AGGREGATE ROOMS(1)                                            1
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       TOTAL
 H18.  TENURE(2) BY PERSONS IN UNIT(7)                              14
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       OWNER OCCUPIED:
         1 PERSON
         2 PERSONS
         3 PERSONS
         4 PERSONS
         5 PERSONS
         6 PERSONS
         7 OR MORE PERSONS
       RENTER OCCUPIED:
        (REPEAT PERSONS IN UNIT)
 H19.  AGGREGATE PERSONS(1) BY TENURE(2)                            2
       UNIVERSE:  PERSONS IN OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       TOTAL:
         OWNER OCCUPIED
         RENTER OCCUPIED
 H20.  UNITS IN STRUCTURE(10)                                      10
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       1, DETACHED
       1, ATTACHED
       2
       3 OR 4
       5 TO 9
       10 TO 19
       20 TO 49
       50 OR MORE
       MOBILE HOME OR TRAILER
       OTHER
 H21.  UNITS IN STRUCTURE(10)                                      10
       UNIVERSE:  VACANT HOUSING UNITS
       1, DETACHED
       1, ATTACHED
       2
       3 OR 4
       5 TO 9
       10 TO 19
       20 TO 49
       50 OR MORE
       MOBILE HOME OR TRAILER
       OTHER
 H22.  TENURE(2) BY UNITS IN STRUCTURE(10)                          20
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       OWNER OCCUPIED:
         1, DETACHED
         1, ATTACHED
         2
         3 OR 4
         5 TO 9
         10 TO 19
         20 TO 49
         50 OR MORE
         MOBILE HOME OR TRAILER
         OTHER
       RENTER OCCUPIED:
         (REPEAT UNITS IN STRUCTURE)
 H23.  SOURCE OF WATER(4)                                           4
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       PUBLIC SYSTEM OR PRIVATE COMPANY
         INDIVIDUAL WELL:
           DRILLED
           DUG
         SOME OTHER SOURCE
 H24.  SEWAGE DISPOSAL(3)                                           3
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       PUBLIC SEWER
       SEPTIC TANK OR CESSPOOL
       OTHER MEANS
 H25.  YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT(8)                                      8
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       1989 TO MARCH 1990
       1985 TO 1988
       1980 TO 1984
       1970 TO 1979
       1960 TO 1969
       1950 TO 1959
       1940 TO 1949
       1939 OR EARLIER
 H25A.  MEDIAN YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT(1)                              1
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       MEDIAN YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT
 H26.  YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT(8)                                      8
       UNIVERSE:  VACANT HOUSING UNITS
       1989 TO MARCH 1990
       1985 TO 1988
       1980 TO 1984
       1970 TO 1979
       1960 TO 1969
       1950 TO 1959
       1940 TO 1949
       1939 OR EARLIER
 H27.  TENURE(2) BY YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT(8)                         16
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       OWNER OCCUPIED:
         1989 TO MARCH 1990
         1985 TO 1988
         1980 TO 1984
         1970 TO 1979
         1960 TO 1969
         1950 TO 1959
         1940 TO 1949
         1939 OR EARLIER
       RENTER OCCUPIED:
         (REPEAT YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT)
 H28.  YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT(6)                          6
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       1989 TO MARCH 1990
       1985 TO 1988
       1980 TO 1984
       1970 TO 1979
       1960 TO 1969
       1959 OR EARLIER
 H29.  TENURE(2) BY YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT(6)            12
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       OWNER OCCUPIED:
         1989 TO MARCH 1990
         1985 TO 1988
         1980 TO 1984
         1970 TO 1979
         1960 TO 1969
         1959 OR EARLIER
       RENTER OCCUPIED:
        (REPEAT YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT)
 H30.  HOUSE HEATING FUEL(9)                                        9
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       UTILITY GAS
       BOTTLED, TANK, OR LP GAS
       ELECTRICITY
       FUEL OIL, KEROSENE, ETC.
       COAL OR COKE
       WOOD
       SOLAR ENERGY
       OTHER FUEL
       NO FUEL USED

H31 - H50

 TABLE                                                        TOTAL NUMBER
 (MATRIX)     TITLE                                           OF DATA CELLS


 H31.  BEDROOMS(6)                                                  6
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       NO BEDROOM
       1 BEDROOM
       2 BEDROOMS
       3 BEDROOMS
       4 BEDROOMS
       5 OR MORE BEDROOMS
 H32.  BEDROOMS(6)                                                  6
       UNIVERSE:  VACANT HOUSING UNITS
       NO BEDROOM
       1 BEDROOM
       2 BEDROOMS
       3 BEDROOMS
       4 BEDROOMS
       5 OR MORE BEDROOMS
 H33.  TENURE(2) BY BEDROOMS(6)                                    12
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       OWNER OCCUPIED:
         NO BEDROOM
         1 BEDROOM
         2 BEDROOMS
         3 BEDROOMS
         4 BEDROOMS
         5 OR MORE BEDROOMS
       RENTER OCCUPIED:
         (REPEAT BEDROOMS)
 H34.  BEDROOMS(4) BY GROSS RENT(7)                                28
       UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       NO BEDROOM:
         WITH CASH RENT:
           LESS THAN $200
           $200 TO $299
           $300 TO $499
           $500 TO $749
           $750 TO $999
           $1,000 OR MORE
         NO CASH RENT
       1 BEDROOM:
         (REPEAT GROSS RENT)
       2 BEDROOMS:
         (REPEAT GROSS RENT)
       3 OR MORE BEDROOMS:
         (REPEAT GROSS RENT)
 H35.  TENURE(2) BY TELEPHONE IN HOUSING UNIT(2)                    4
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       OWNER OCCUPIED:
         WITH TELEPHONE
         NO TELEPHONE
       RENTER OCCUPIED:
         (REPEAT TELEPHONE IN HOUSING UNIT)
 H36.  AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(4) BY TELEPHONE IN HOUSING UNIT(2)        8
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       15 TO 59 YEARS:
         WITH TELEPHONE
         NO TELEPHONE
       60 TO 64 YEARS:
         (REPEAT TELEPHONE IN HOUSING UNIT)
       65 TO 74 YEARS:
         (REPEAT TELEPHONE IN HOUSING UNIT)
       75 YEARS AND OVER:
         (REPEAT TELEPHONE IN HOUSING UNIT)
 H37.  TENURE(2) BY VEHICLES AVAILABLE(6)                          12
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
         OWNER OCCUPIED:
           NONE
           1
           2
           3
           4
           5 OR MORE
         RENTER OCCUPIED:
           (REPEAT VEHICLES AVAILABLE)
 H38.  AGGREGATE VEHICLES AVAILABLE(1) BY TENURE(2)                 2
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       TOTAL:
         OWNER OCCUPIED
         RENTER OCCUPIED
 H39.  RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) BY VEHICLES AVAILABLE(2)             10
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
         WHITE:
           NONE
           1 OR MORE
         BLACK:
           (REPEAT VEHICLES AVAILABLE)
         AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
           (REPEAT VEHICLES AVAILABLE)
         ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
           (REPEAT VEHICLES AVAILABLE)
         OTHER RACE:
           (REPEAT VEHICLES AVAILABLE)
 H40.  VEHICLES AVALLABLE(2)                                       2
      UNIVERSE: OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
      NONE
      1 OR MORE
 H41.  AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(2) BY VEHICLES AVALLABLE(2)              4
      UNIVERSE: OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
      15 TO 64 YEARS:
         NONE
         1 OR MORE
    65 YEARS AND OVER:
         (REPEAT VEHICLES AVAILABLE)
 H42.  KITCHEN FACIUTIES(2)                                        2
      UNIVERSE: HOUSING UNITS
      COMPLETE KITCHEN FACILITIES
      LACKING COMPLETE KITCHEN FACILITIES
 H43.  GROSS RENT(17)                                             17
      UNIVERSE: SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
      WITH CASH RENT:
         LESS THAN $100
         $100 TO $149
         $150 TO $199
         $200 TO $249
         $250 TO $299
         $300 TO $349
         $350 TO $399
         $400 TO $449
         $450 TO $499
         $500 TO $549
         $550 TO $599
         $600 TO $649
         $650 TO $699
         $700 TO $749
         $750 TO $999
         $1 ,000 OR MORE
      NO CASH RENT
 H43A. MEDIAN GROSS RENT(1)                                             1
       UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
                  PAYING CASH RENT
      MEDIAN GROSS RENT
 H44.  AGGREGATE GROSS RENT(1)                                          1
       UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
                  PAYING CASH RENT
      TOTAL
 H45.  RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) BY GROSS RENT(7)                         35
      UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
      WHITE:
         WITH CASH RENT:
             LESS THAN $200
             $200 TO $299
             $300 TO $499
             $500 TO $749
             $750 TO $999
             $1,000 OR MORE
         NO CASH RENT
      BLACK:
         (REPEAT GROSS RENT)
      AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
         (REPEAT GROSS RENT)
      ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
         (REPEAT GROSS RENT)
      OTHER RACE:
         (REPEAT GROSS RENT)
 H46.  HISPANIC ORLGLN(2) BY GROSS RENT(7)                                14
       UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN:
         WITH CASH RENT:
             LESS THAN $200
             $200 TO $299
             $300 TO $499
             $500 TO $749
             $750 TO $999
             $1,000 OR MORE
         NO CASH RENT
      HISPANIC ORIGIN:
         (REPEAT GROSS RENT)
 H47.  MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT(2)                                           2
      UNIVERSE: SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS PAYING CASH RENT
      MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT
      NO MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT
 H48.  AGGREGATE GROSS RENT(1) BY MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT(2)                2
      UNIVERSE: SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS PAYING CASH RENT
      TOTAL:
         MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT
         NO MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT
 H49.  INCLUSION OF UTILITIES IN RENT(2)                                   2
      UNIVERSE: SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
      PAY EXTRA FOR 1 OR MORE UTILITIES
      NO EXTRA PAYMENT FOR ANY UTILITIES
 H50.  HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(5) BY GROSS RENT AS A
      PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(6)                          30
      UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
      LESS THAN $10,000:
           LESS THAN 20 PERCENT
           20 TO 24 PERCENT
           25 TO 29 PERCENT
           30 TO 34 PERCENT
           35 PERCENT OR MORE
           NOT COMPUTED
      $10,000 TO $19,999:
        (REPEAT GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
      $20,000 TO $34,999:
        (REPEAT GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
      $35,000 TO $49,999:
        (REPEAT GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
      $50,000 OR MORE:
        (REPEAT GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
 H50A.  MEDIAN GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME
         IN 1989(1)                                                  1
       UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS PAYING
        CASH RENT
       MEDIAN GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989

H51 - H92

 TABLE                                                        TOTAL NUMBER
 (MATRIX)     TITLE                                           OF DATA CELLS

 H51.  AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(2) BY GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF
        HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(6)                                 12
       UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       15 TO 64 YEARS:
         LESS THAN 20 PERCENT
         20 TO 24 PERCENT
         25 TO 29 PERCENT
         30 TO 34 PERCENT
         35 PERCENT OR MORE
         NOT COMPUTED
       65 YEARS AND OVER:
         (REPEAT GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME
           IN 1989)
 H52.  MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS(21)         21
       UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       WITH A MORTGAGE:
         LESS THAN $200
         $200 TO $299
         $300 TO $399
         $400 TO $499
         $500 TO $599
         $600 TO $699
         $700 TO $799
         $800 TO $899
         $900 TO $999
         $1,000 TO $1,249
         $1,250 TO $1,499
         $1,500 TO $1,999
         $2,000 OR MORE
       NOT MORTGAGED:
         LESS THAN $100
         $100 TO $149
         $150 TO $199
         $200 TO $249
         $250 TO $299
         $300 TO $349
         $350 TO $399
         $400 OR MORE
 H52A. MEDIAN SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AND MORTGAGE STATUS(2)   2
       UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       WITH A MORTGAGE
       NOT MORTGAGED
 H53.  AGGREGATE SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS(1) BY MORTGAGE
        STATUS(2)                                                   2
       UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       TOTAL:
         WITH A MORTGAGE
         NOT MORTGAGED
 H54.  RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) BY MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED
        MONTHLY OWNER COSTS(11)                                    55
       UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       WHITE:
         WITH A MORTGAGE:
           LESS THAN $300
           $300 TO $499
           $500 TO $699
           $700 TO $999
           $1,000 TO $1,499
           $1,500 OR MORE
         NOT MORTGAGED:
           LESS THAN $100
           $100 TO $199
           $200 TO $299
           $300 TO $399
           $400 OR MORE
       BLACK:
         (REPEAT MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS)
       AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
         (REPEAT MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS)
       ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
         (REPEAT MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS)
       OTHER RACE:
         (REPEAT MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS)
 H55.  MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS(11)         11
       UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS WITH
        HOUSEHOLDER OF
       HISPANIC ORIGIN
         WITH A MORTGAGE:
           LESS THAN $300
           $300 TO $499
           $500 TO $699
           $700 TO $999
           $1,000 TO $1,499
           $1,500 OR MORE
         NOT MORTGAGED:
           LESS THAN $100
           $100 TO $199
           $200 TO $299
           $300 TO $399
           $400 OR MORE
 H56.  AGGREGATE SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS(1) BY MORTGAGE
        STATUS(2)                                                   2
       UNIVERSE:  OWNER-OCCUPIED MOBILE HOMES OR TRAILERS
       TOTAL:
         WITH A MORTGAGE
         NOT MORTGAGED
 H57.  AGGREGATE SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS(1) BY MORTGAGE
        STATUS(2)                                                   2
       UNIVERSE:  OWNER-OCCUPIED CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS
       TOTAL:
         WITH A MORTGAGE
         NOT MORTGAGED
 H58.  MORTGAGE STATUS(2) BY SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A
        PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(6)                  12
       UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       WITH A MORTGAGE:
         LESS THAN 20 PERCENT
         20 TO 24 PERCENT
         25 TO 29 PERCENT
         30 TO 34 PERCENT
         35 PERCENT OR MORE
         NOT COMPUTED
       NOT MORTGAGED:
         (REPEAT SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF
           HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
 H58A.  MEDIAN SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF
         HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989 AND MORTGAGE STATUS(2)             2
       UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       WITH A MORTGAGE
       NOT MORTGAGED
 H59.  HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(5) BY SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS
        AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(6)               30
       UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       LESS THAN $10,000:
         LESS THAN 20 PERCENT
         20 TO 24 PERCENT
         25 TO 29 PERCENT
         30 TO 34 PERCENT
         35 PERCENT OR MORE
         NOT COMPUTED
       $10,000 TO $19,999:
         (REPEAT SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF
            HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
       $20,000 TO $34,999:
         (REPEAT SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF
           HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
       $35,000 TO $49,999:
         (REPEAT SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF
           HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
       $50,000 OR MORE:
         (REPEAT SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF
           HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
 H60.  AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(2) BY SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A
        PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(6)                    12
       UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       15 TO 64 YEARS:
         LESS THAN 20 PERCENT
         20 TO 24 PERCENT
         25 TO 29 PERCENT
         30 TO 34 PERCENT
         35 PERCENT OR MORE
         NOT COMPUTED
       65 YEARS AND OVER:
         (REPEAT SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF
           HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)
 H61.  VALUE(20)                                                    20
       UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       LESS THAN $15,000
       $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 $44,999
       $45,000 TO $49,999
       $50,000 TO $59,999
       $60,000 TO $74,999
       $75,000 TO $99,999
       $100,000 TO $124,999
       $125,000 TO $149,999
       $150,000 TO $174,999
       $175,000 TO $199,999
       $200,000 TO $249,999
       $250,000 TO $299,999
       $300,000 TO $399,999
       $400,000 TO $499,999
       $500,000 OR MORE
 H61A. MEDIAN VALUE(1)                                               1
       UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       MEDIAN VALUE
 H62.  AGGREGATE VALUE(1) BY MORTGAGE STATUS(2)                      2
       UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       TOTAL:
         WITH A MORTGAGE
         NOT MORTGAGED
 H63.  AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(1) BY TENURE AND
        MORTGAGE STATUS(3)                                           3
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       TOTAL:
         OWNER OCCUPIED:
           WITH A MORTGAGE
           NOT MORTGAGED
         RENTER OCCUPIED
 H64.  PLUMBING FACILITIES(2)                                        2
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES
       LACKING COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES
 H65.  PLUMBING FACILITIES(2)                                        2
       UNIVERSE:  VACANT HOUSING UNITS
       COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES
       LACKING COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES
 H66.  RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) BY PLUMBING FACILITIES(2)             10
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       WHITE:
         COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES
         LACKING COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES
       BLACK:
         (REPEAT PLUMBING FACILITIES)
       AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
         (REPEAT PLUMBING FACILITIES)
       ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
         (REPEAT PLUMBING FACILITIES)
       OTHER RACE:
         (REPEAT PLUMBING FACILITIES)
 H67.  PLUMBING FACILITIES(2)                                       2
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF
        HISPANIC ORIGIN
       COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES
       LACKING COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES
 H68.  AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(2) BY PLUMBING FACILITIES(2)              4
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       15 TO 64 YEARS:
         COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES
         LACKING COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES
       65 YEARS AND OVER:
         (REPEAT PLUMBING FACILITIES)
 H69.  TENURE(2) BY PLUMBING FACILITIES(2) BY PERSONS PER ROOM(3)   12
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       OWNER OCCUPIED:
         COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES:
           1. 00 OR LESS
           1. 01 TO 1. 50
           1. 51 OR MORE
         LACKING COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES:
           (REPEAT PERSONS PER ROOM)
       RENTER OCCUPIED:
         (REPEAT PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM)
 H70.  PLUMBING FACILITIES(2) BY UNITS IN STRUCTURE(10)             20
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES:
         1, DETACHED
         1, ATTACHED
         2
         3 OR 4
         5 TO 9
         10 TO 19
         20 TO 49
         50 OR MORE
         MOBILE HOME OR TRAILER
         OTHER
       LACKING COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES:
        (REPEAT UNITS IN STRUCTURE)
 H71.  PLUMBING FACILITIES(2) BY PERSONS PER ROOM(2) BY YEAR
        STRUCTURE BUILT(2)                                           8
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES:
         1. 00 OR LESS:
           1940 TO MARCH 1990
           1939 OR EARLIER
         1. 01 OR MORE:
           (REPEAT YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT)
       LACKING COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES:
         (REPEAT PERSONS PER ROOM BY YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT)
 H72.  IMPUTATION OF HOUSING ITEMS(2)                                2
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       NO ITEMS ALLOCATED
       ONE OR MORE ITEMS ALLOCATED
 H73.  IMPUTATION OF CONDOMINIUM STATUS(2)                           2
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       ALLOCATED
       NOT ALLOCATED
 H74.  IMPUTATION OF PLUMBING FACILITIES(2)                          2
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       ALLOCATED
       NOT ALLOCATED
 H75.  IMPUTATION OF SOURCE OF WATER(2)                              2
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       ALLOCATED
       NOT ALLOCATED
 H76.  IMPUTATION OF SEWAGE DISPOSAL(2)                              2
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       ALLOCATED
       NOT ALLOCATED
 H77.  IMPUTATION OF YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT(2)                         2
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       ALLOCATED
       NOT ALLOCATED
 H78.  IMPUTATION OF YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT(2)             2
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       ALLOCATED
       NOT ALLOCATED
 H79.  IMPUTATION OF HOUSE HEATING FUEL(2)                           2
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       ALLOCATED
       NOT ALLOCATED
 H80.  IMPUTATION OF KITCHEN FACILITIES(2)                           2
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       ALLOCATED
       NOT ALLOCATED
 H81.  IMPUTATION OF BEDROOMS(2)                                     2
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       ALLOCATED
       NOT ALLOCATED
 H82.  IMPUTATION OF TELEPHONE IN HOUSING UNIT(2)                    2
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       ALLOCATED
       NOT ALLOCATED
 H83.  IMPUTATION OF VEHICLES AVAILABLE(2)                           2
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       ALLOCATED
       NOT ALLOCATED
 H84.  IMPUTATION OF MORTGAGE STATUS(2)                              2
       UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       ALLOCATED
       NOT ALLOCATED
 H85.  IMPUTATION OF TENURE(2)                                       2
       UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       ALLOCATED
       NOT ALLOCATED
 H86.  IMPUTATION OF VACANCY STATUS(2)                               2
       UNIVERSE:  VACANT HOUSING UNITS
       ALLOCATED
       NOT ALLOCATED
 H87.  IMPUTATION OF ROOMS(2)                                        2
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       ALLOCATED
       NOT ALLOCATED
 H88.  IMPUTATION OF UNITS IN STRUCTURE(2)                           2
       UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
       ALLOCATED
       NOT ALLOCATED
 H89.  IMPUTATION OF VALUE(2)                                        2
       UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       ALLOCATED
       NOT ALLOCATED
 H90.  IMPUTATION OF MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT(2)                       2
       UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS PAYING
        CASH RENT
       ALLOCATED
       NOT ALLOCATED
 H91.  IMPUTATION OF GROSS RENT(2)                                   2
       UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       ALLOCATED
       NOT ALLOCATED
 H92.  IMPUTATION OF MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER
        COSTS(4)                                                     4
       UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
       WITH A MORTGAGE:
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
       NOT MORTGAGED:
         ALLOCATED
         NOT ALLOCATED
TABLE (MATRIX) SECTION
P1-P50
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 TABLE                                                  POSITION   TABLE
 (MATRIX)                                    STARTING   WITHIN     (MATRIX)
 NUMBER    TABLE (MATRIX)                    POSITION   SEGMENT    COORDINATES

 P1. PERSONS(1) (1)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
     TOTAL                                        301       301        1

 P2. UNWEIGHTED SAMPLE COUNT OF PERSONS(1) (1)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
     TOTAL                                        310       310        1

 P3. 100 PERCENT COUNT OF PERSONS(1) (1)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
     TOTAL                                        319       319        1

 P3A.PERCENT OF PERSONS IN SAMPLE(1) (1)
     1 IMPLIED DECIMAL(S)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
     TOTAL                                        328       328        1

 P4. FAMILIES(1) (1)
     UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
     TOTAL                                        337       337        1

 P5. HOUSEHOLDS(1) (1)
     UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
     TOTAL                                        346       346        1

 P6. URBAN AND RURAL(4) (4)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
     URBAN:
       INSIDE URBANIZED AREA                      355       355        1
       OUTSIDE URBANIZED AREA                     364       364        2
     RURAL:
       FARM                                       373       373        3
       NONFARM                                    382       382        4

 P7. SEX(2) (2)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
     MALE                                         391       391        1
     FEMALE                                       400       400        2

 P8. RACE(5) (5)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
     WHITE                                        409       409        1
     BLACK                                        418       418        2
     AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT            427       427        3
     ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER                    436       436        4
     OTHER RACE                                   445       445        5

 P9. RACE(25) (25)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
     WHITE (800 869, 971)                         454       454        1
     BLACK (870 934, 972)                         463       463        2
     AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT
      (000 599, 935 970, 973 975):
       AMERICAN INDIAN (000 599, 973)             472       472        3
       ESKIMO (935 940, 974)                      481       481        4
       ALEUT (941 970, 975)                       490       490        5
     ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER
      (600 699, 976 985):
       ASIAN (600 652, 976, 977, 979
        982, 985):
          CHINESE (605 607, 976)                  499       499        6
          FILIPINO (608, 977)                     508       508        7
          JAPANESE (611, 981)                     517       517        8
          ASIAN INDIAN (600, 982)                 526       526        9
          KOREAN (612, 979)                       535       535       10
          VIETNAMESE (619, 980)                   544       544       11
          CAMBODIAN (604)                         553       553       12
          HMONG (609)                             562       562       13
          LAOTIAN (613)                           571       571       14
          THAI (618)                              580       580       15
         OTHER ASIAN (601 603, 610,
           614 617, 620 652, 985)                 589       589       16
       PACIFIC ISLANDER (653 699, 978,
        983, 984):
          POLYNESIAN (653 659, 978, 983):
             HAWAIIAN (653, 654, 978)             598       598       17
             SAMOAN (655, 983)                    607       607       18
             TONGAN (657)                         616       616       19
             OTHER POLYNESIAN (656, 658,
              659)                                625       625       20
          MICRONESIAN (660 675, 984):
             GUAMANIAN (660, 984)                 634       634       21
             OTHER MICRONESIAN (661 675)          643       643       22
          MELANESIAN (676 680)                    652       652       23
          PACIFIC ISLANDER, NOT SPECIFIED
           (681 699)                              661       661       24
     OTHER RACE (700 799, 986 999)                670       670       25

 P10.PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN(1) (1)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
     TOTAL                                        679       679        1

 P11.HISPANIC ORIGIN(16) (16)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
     NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN (000 001,
      006 199)                                    688       688        1
     HISPANIC ORIGIN (002 005, 200 999):
       MEXICAN (002, 210 220)                     697       697        2
       PUERTO RICAN (003, 261 270)                706       706        3
       CUBAN (004, 271 274)                       715       715        4
       OTHER HISPANIC (005, 200 209,
        221 260, 275 999):
          DOMINICAN (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC)
           (275 289)                              724       724        5
          CENTRAL AMERICAN (221 230):
             GUATEMALAN (222)                     733       733        6
             HONDURAN (223)                       742       742        7
             NICARAGUAN (224)                     751       751        8
             PANAMANIAN (225)                     760       760        9
             SALVADORAN (226)                     769       769       10
             OTHER CENTRAL AMERICAN
              (221, 227 230)                      778       778       11
          SOUTH AMERICAN (231 249):
             COLOMBIAN (234)                      787       787       12
             ECUADORIAN (235)                     796       796       13
             PERUVIAN (237)                       805       805       14
             OTHER SOUTH AMERICAN
              (231 233, 236, 238 249)             814       814       15
          OTHER HISPANIC (005, 200 209,
           250 260, 290 999)                      823       823       16

 P12. HISPANIC ORIGIN(2) BY RACE(5) (10)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
     NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN:
       WHITE                                      832       832      1,1
       BLACK                                      841       841      1,2
       AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT          850       850      1,3
       ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER                  859       859      1,4
       OTHER RACE                                 868       868      1,5
     HISPANIC ORIGIN:
       (REPEAT RACE)                              877       877      2,1

 P13. AGE(31) (31)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
     UNDER 1 YEAR                                 922       922        1
     1 AND 2 YEARS                                931       931        2
     3 AND 4 YEARS                                940       940        3
     5 YEARS                                      949       949        4
     6 YEARS                                      958       958        5
     7 TO 9 YEARS                                 967       967        6
     10 AND 11 YEARS                              976       976        7
     12 AND 13 YEARS                              985       985        8
     14 YEARS                                     994       994        9
     15 YEARS                                     1003      1003      10
     16 YEARS                                     1012      1012      11
     17 YEARS                                     1021      1021      12
     18 YEARS                                     1030      1030      13
     19 YEARS                                     1039      1039      14
     20 YEARS                                     1048      1048      15
     21 YEARS                                     1057      1057      16
     22 TO 24 YEARS                               1066      1066      17
     25 TO 29 YEARS                               1075      1075      18
     30 TO 34 YEARS                               1084      1084      19
     35 TO 39 YEARS                               1093      1093      20
     40 TO 44 YEARS                               1102      1102      21
     45 TO 49 YEARS                               1111      1111      22
     50 TO 54 YEARS                               1120      1120      23
     55 TO 59 YEARS                               1129      1129      24
     60 AND 61 YEARS                              1138      1138      25
     62 TO 64 YEARS                               1147      1147      26
     65 TO 69 YEARS                               1156      1156      27
     70 TO 74 YEARS                               1165      1165      28
     75 TO 79 YEARS                               1174      1174      29
     80 TO 84 YEARS                               1183      1183      30
     85 YEARS AND OVER                            1192      1192      31

 P14. RACE(1) BY SEX(1) BY AGE(31) (31)
     UNIVERSE:  WHITE MALES
     WHITE:
       MALE:
          UNDER 1 YEAR                            1201      1201    1,1,1
          1 AND 2 YEARS                           1210      1210    1,1,2
          3 AND 4 YEARS                           1219      1219    1,1,3
          5 YEARS                                 1228      1228    1,1,4
          6 YEARS                                 1237      1237    1,1,5
          7 TO 9 YEARS                            1246      1246    1,1,6
          10 AND 11 YEARS                         1255      1255    1,1,7
          12 AND 13 YEARS                         1264      1264    1,1,8
          14 YEARS                                1273      1273    1,1,9
          15 YEARS                                1282      1282   1,1,10
          16 YEARS                                1291      1291   1,1,11
          17 YEARS                                1300      1300   1,1,12
          18 YEARS                                1309      1309   1,1,13
          19 YEARS                                1318      1318   1,1,14
          20 YEARS                                1327      1327   1,1,15
          21 YEARS                                1336      1336   1,1,16
          22 TO 24 YEARS                          1345      1345   1,1,17
          25 TO 29 YEARS                          1354      1354   1,1,18
          30 TO 34 YEARS                          1363      1363   1,1,19
          35 TO 39 YEARS                          1372      1372   1,1,20
          40 TO 44 YEARS                          1381      1381   1,1,21
          45 TO 49 YEARS                          1390      1390   1,1,22
          50 TO 54 YEARS                          1399      1399   1,1,23
          55 TO 59 YEARS                          1408      1408   1,1,24
          60 AND 61 YEARS                         1417      1417   1,1,25
          62 TO 64 YEARS                          1426      1426   1,1,26
          65 TO 69 YEARS                          1435      1435   1,1,27
          70 TO 74 YEARS                          1444      1444   1,1,28
          75 TO 79 YEARS                          1452      1452   1,1,29
          80 TO 84 YEARS                          1462      1462   1,1,30
          85 YEARS AND OVER                       1471      1471   1,1,31
       FEMALE:
          (REPEAT AGE)(2)                         1480      1480    1,2,1

     BLACK:
          (REPEAT SEX BY AGE)(2)                  1759      1759    2,1,1

     AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
          (REPEAT SEX BY AGE)(2)                  2317      2317    3,1,1

     ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
          (REPEAT SEX BY AGE)(2)                  2875      2875    4,1,1

     OTHER RACE:
          (REPEAT SEX BY AGE)(2)                         3433      3433    5,1,1


 P15A. SEX(1) BY AGE(31) (31)
     UNIVERSE:  MALES OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
     MALE:
       UNDER 1 YEAR                               3991      3991    1,1
       1 AND 2 YEARS                              4000      4000    1,2
       3 AND 4 YEARS                              4009      4009    1,3
       5 YEARS                                    4018      4018    1,4
       6 YEARS                                    4027      4027    1,5
       7 TO 9 YEARS                               4036      4036    1,6
       10 AND 11 YEARS                            4045      4045    1,7
       12 AND 13 YEARS                            4054      4054    1,8
       14 YEARS                                   4063      4063    1,9
       15 YEARS                                   4072      4072   1,10
       16 YEARS                                   4081      4081   1,11
       17 YEARS                                   4090      4090   1,12
       18 YEARS                                   4099      4099   1,13
       19 YEARS                                   4108      4108   1,14
       20 YEARS                                   4117      4117   1,15
       21 YEARS                                   4126      4126   1,16
       22 TO 24 YEARS                             4135      4135   1,17
       25 TO 29 YEARS                             4144      4144   1,18
       30 TO 34 YEARS                             4153      4153   1,19
       35 TO 39 YEARS                             4162      4162   1,20
       40 TO 44 YEARS                             4171      4171   1,21
       45 TO 49 YEARS                             4180      4180   1,22
       50 TO 54 YEARS                             4189      4189   1,23
       55 TO 59 YEARS                             4198      4198   1,24
       60 AND 61 YEARS                            4207      4207   1,25
       62 TO 64 YEARS                             4216      4216   1,26
       65 TO 69 YEARS                             4225      4225   1,27
       70 TO 74 YEARS                             4234      4234   1,28
       75 TO 79 YEARS                             4243      4243   1,29
       80 TO 84 YEARS                             4252      4252   1,30
       85 YEARS AND OVER                          4261      4261   1,31
     FEMALE:
       (REPEAT AGE)(2)                            4270      4270    2,1

 P16. PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLD(7) (7)
     UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
     1 PERSON                                     4549      4549      1
     2 PERSONS                                    4558      4558      2
     3 PERSONS                                    4567      4567      3
     4 PERSONS                                    4576      4576      4
     5 PERSONS                                    4585      4585      5
     6 PERSONS                                    4594      4594      6
     7 OR MORE PERSONS                            4603      4603      7

 P17. HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP(15) (15)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
     IN FAMILY HOUSEHOLDS:
       HOUSEHOLDER                                4612      4612      1
       SPOUSE                                     4621      4621      2
       CHILD:
          NATURAL BORN OR ADOPTED                 4630      4630      3
          STEP                                    4639      4639      4
       GRANDCHILD                                 4648      4648      5
       OTHER RELATIVES                            4657      4657      6
       NONRELATIVES                               4666      4666      7
     IN NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS:
       MALE HOUSEHOLDER:
          LIVING ALONE                            4675      4675      8
          NOT LIVING ALONE                        4684      4684      9
       FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER:
          LIVING ALONE                            4693      4693     10
          NOT LIVING ALONE                        4702      4702     11
       NONRELATIVES                               4711      4711     12
     IN GROUP QUARTERS:
       INSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS                  4720      4720     13
       OTHER PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS            4729      4729     14
     FILLER                                       4738      4738     15

 P18. HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP(12) (12)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 65 YEARS AND OVER
     IN FAMILY HOUSEHOLDS:
       HOUSEHOLDER                                4747      4747      1
       SPOUSE                                     4756      4756      2
       OTHER RELATIVES                            4765      4765      3
       NONRELATIVES                               4774      4774      4
     IN NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS:
       MALE HOUSEHOLDER:
          LIVING ALONE                            4783      4783      5
          NOT LIVING ALONE                        4792      4792      6
       FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER:
          LIVING ALONE                            4801      4801      7
          NOT LIVING ALONE                        4810      4810      8
       NONRELATIVES                               4819      4819      9
     IN GROUP QUARTERS:
       INSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS                  4828      4828     10
       OTHER PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS            4837      4837     11
     FILLER                                       4846      4846     12

 P19. HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(7) (7)
     UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
     FAMILY HOUSEHOLDS:
       MARRIED COUPLE FAMILY:
          WITH OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS        4855      4855      1
          NO OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS          4864      4864      2
       OTHER FAMILY:
          MALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO WIFE PRESENT:
             WITH OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18
              YEARS                               4873      4873      3
             NO OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS       4882      4882      4
          FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO HUSBAND
           PRESENT:
             WITH OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18
              YEARS                               4891      4891      5
             NO OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS       4900      4900      6
     NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS                         4909      4909      7

 P20. RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) BY HOUSEHOLD
      TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(7) (35)
     UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
     WHITE:
       FAMILY HOUSEHOLDS:
          MARRIED COUPLE FAMILY:
             WITH OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18
              YEARS                                4918     4918    1,1
             NO OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS        4927     4927    1,2
          OTHER FAMILY:
             MALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO WIFE
              PRESENT:
               WITH OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18
                YEARS                              4936     4936    1,3
               NO OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18
                YEARS                              4945     4945    1,4
             FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO HUSBAND
              PRESENT:
               WITH OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18
                YEARS                              4954     4954    1,5
               NO OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18
                YEARS                              4963     4963    1,6
       NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS                        4972     4972    1,7
     BLACK:
       (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND PRESENCE
         AND AGE OF CHILDREN)                      4981     4981    2,1
     AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
       (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND PRESENCE
         AND AGE OF CHILDREN)                      5044     5044    3,1
     ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
       (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND PRESENCE
         AND AGE OF CHILDREN)                      5107     5107    4,1
     OTHER RACE:
       (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND PRESENCE
         AND AGE OF CHILDREN)                      5170     5170    5,1

 P21. HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(7) (7)
     UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
     FAMILY HOUSEHOLDS:
       MARRIED COUPLE FAMILY:
          WITH OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS          5233    5233      1
          NO OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS            5242    5242      2
       OTHER FAMILY:
          MALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO WIFE PRESENT:
             WITH OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18
              YEARS                                 5251    5251      3
             NO OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS         5260    5260      4
          FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO HUSBAND
           PRESENT:
             WITH OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18
              YEARS                                 5269    5269      5
             NO OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS         5278    5278      6
     NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS                           5287    5287      7

 P22. FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(6) (6)
     UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
     MARRIED COUPLE FAMILY:
       WITH CHILDREN 18 YEARS AND OVER              5296    5296      1
       NO CHILDREN 18 YEARS AND OVER                5305    5305      2
     OTHER FAMILY:
       MALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO WIFE PRESENT:
          WITH CHILDREN 18 YEARS AND OVER           5314    5314      3
          NO CHILDREN 18 YEARS AND OVER             5323    5323      4
       FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO HUSBAND PRESENT:
          WITH CHILDREN 18 YEARS AND OVER           5332    5332      5
          NO CHILDREN 18 YEARS AND OVER             5341    5341      6

 P23. FAMILY TYPE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(21) (21)
     UNIVERSE:  OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
     IN MARRIED COUPLE FAMILY:
       UNDER 3 YEARS                                5350    5350      1
       3 AND 4 YEARS                                5359    5359      2
       5 YEARS                                      5368    5368      3
       6 TO 11 YEARS                                5377    5377      4
       12 AND 13 YEARS                              5386    5386      5
       14 YEARS                                     5395    5395      6
       15 TO 17 YEARS                               5404    5404      7
     IN OTHER FAMILY:
        MALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO WIFE PRESENT:
          UNDER 3 YEARS                             5413    5413      8
          3 AND 4 YEARS                             5422    5422      9
          5 YEARS                                   5431    5431     10
          6 TO 11 YEARS                             5440    5440     11
          12 AND 13 YEARS                           5449    5449     12
          14 YEARS                                  5458    5458     13
          15 TO 17 YEARS                            5467    5467     14
       FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO HUSBAND PRESENT:
          UNDER 3 YEARS                             5476    5476     15
          3 AND 4 YEARS                             5485    5485     16
          5 YEARS                                   5494    5494     17
          6 TO 11 YEARS                             5503    5503     18
          12 AND 13 YEARS                           5512    5512     19
          14 YEARS                                  5521    5521     20
          15 TO 17 YEARS                            5530    5530     21

 P24. HOUSEHOLD TYPE(2) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7) (14)
     UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
     FAMILY HOUSEHOLDS:
       15 TO 24 YEARS                               5539    5539    1,1
       25 TO 34 YEARS                               5548    5548    1,2
       35 TO 44 YEARS                               5557    5557    1,3
       45 TO 54 YEARS                               5566    5566    1,4
       55 TO 64 YEARS                               5575    5575    1,5
       65 TO 74 YEARS                               5584    5584    1,6
       75 YEARS AND OVER                            5593    5593    1,7
     NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS:
       (REPEAT AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER)                  5602    5602    2,1

 P25. SUBFAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(4) (4)
     UNIVERSE:  SUBFAMILIES
     MARRIED COUPLE SUBFAMILY:
       WITH OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS             5665    5665      1
       NO OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS               5674    5674      2
     MOTHER CHILD SUBFAMILY                         5683    5683      3
     FATHER CHILD SUBFAMILY                         5692    5692      4

 P26. SUBFAMILY TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP(7) (7)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS IN SUBFAMILIES
     PERSONS IN MARRIED COUPLE SUBFAMILY:
       REFERENCE PERSON                             5701    5701      1
       SPOUSE                                       5710    5710      2
       CHILD                                        5719    5719      3
     PERSONS IN MOTHER CHILD SUBFAMILY:
       PARENT                                       5728    5728      4
       CHILD                                        5737    5737      5
     PERSONS IN FATHER CHILD SUBFAMILY:
       PARENT                                       5746    5746      6
       CHILD                                        5755    5755      7

 P27. SEX(2) BY MARITAL STATUS(6) (12)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER
     MALE:
       NEVER MARRIED                                5764    5764    1,1
       NOW MARRIED:
          MARRIED, SPOUSE PRESENT                   5773    5773    1,2
          MARRIED, SPOUSE ABSENT:
             SEPARATED                              5782    5782    1,3
             OTHER                                  5791    5791    1,4
       WIDOWED                                      5800    5800    1,5
       DIVORCED                                     5809    5809    1,6
     FEMALE:
       (REPEAT MARITAL STATUS)                      5818    5818    2,1

 P28. AGE(3) BY LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO
       SPEAK ENGLISH(10) (30)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
     5 TO 17 YEARS:
       SPEAK ONLY ENGLISH                           5872    5872    1,1
       SPEAK SPANISH:
          SPEAK ENGLISH "VERY WELL"                 5881    5881    1,2
          SPEAK ENGLISH "WELL"                      5890    5890    1,3
          SPEAK ENGLISH "NOT WELL"
           OR "NOT AT ALL"                          5899    5899    1,4
       SPEAK ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLAND LANGUAGE:
          SPEAK ENGLISH "VERY WELL"                 5908    5908    1,5
          SPEAK ENGLISH "WELL"                      5917    5917    1,6
          SPEAK ENGLISH "NOT WELL"
           OR "NOT AT ALL"                          5926    5926    1,7
       SPEAK OTHER LANGUAGE:
          SPEAK ENGLISH "VERY WELL"                 5935    5935    1,8
          SPEAK ENGLISH "WELL"                      5944    5944    1,9
          SPEAK ENGLISH "NOT WELL"
           OR "NOT AT ALL"                          5953    5953   1,10
      18 TO 64 YEARS:
       (REPEAT LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO
         SPEAK ENGLISH)                             5962    5962    2,1
     65 YEARS AND OVER:
       (REPEAT LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO
         SPEAK ENGLISH)                             6052    6052    3,1

 P29. HOUSEHOLD LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTIC ISOLATION(7) (7)
     UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
     ENGLISH                                        6142    6142      1
     SPANISH:
       LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED                      6151    6151      2
       NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED                  6160    6160      3
     ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLAND LANGUAGE:
       LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED                      6169    6169      4
       NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED                  6178    6178      5
     OTHER LANGUAGE:
       LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED                      6187    6187      6
       NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED                  6196    6196      7

 P30. AGE, LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME, AND LINGUISTIC
      ISOLATION(33) (33)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
     PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS:
       5 TO 13 YEARS:
          SPEAK ONLY ENGLISH:
            LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED:
               SPANISH SPOKEN IN HOUSEHOLD          6205    6205      1
               ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLAND
                LANGUAGE SPOKEN IN
                HOUSEHOLD                           6214    6214      2
               OTHER LANGUAGE SPOKEN IN
                HOUSEHOLD                           6223    6223      3
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED            6232    6232      4
          SPEAK SPANISH:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED                6241    6241      5
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED            6250    6250      6
          SPEAK ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLAND
           LANGUAGE:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED                6259    6259      7
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED            6268    6268      8
          SPEAK OTHER LANGUAGE:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED                6277    6277      9
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED            6286    6286     10
       14 TO 17 YEARS:
          SPEAK ONLY ENGLISH                        6295    6295     11
          SPEAK SPANISH:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED                6304    6304     12
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED            6313    6313     13
          SPEAK ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLAND
           LANGUAGE:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED                6322    6322     14
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED            6331    6331     15
          SPEAK OTHER LANGUAGE:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED                6340    6340     16
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED            6349    6349     17
       18 TO 64 YEARS:
          SPEAK ONLY ENGLISH                        6358    6358     18
          SPEAK SPANISH:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED                6367    6367     19
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED            6376    6376     20
          SPEAK ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLAND
           LANGUAGE:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED                6385    6385     21
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED            6394    6394     22
          SPEAK OTHER LANGUAGE:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED                6403    6403     23
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED            6412    6412     24
       65 YEARS AND OVER:
          SPEAK ONLY ENGLISH                        6421    6421     25
          SPEAK SPANISH:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED                6430    6430     26
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED            6439    6439     27
          SPEAK ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLAND
           LANGUAGE:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED                6448    6448     28
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED            6457    6457     29
          SPEAK OTHER LANGUAGE:
             LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED                6466    6466     30
             NOT LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED            6475    6475     31
     PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS                      6484    6484     32
     FILLER                                         6493    6493     33

 P31. LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME(26) (26)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
     SPEAK ONLY ENGLISH                             6502    6502      1
     GERMAN (607, 613)                              6511    6511      2
     YIDDISH (609)                                  6520    6520      3
     OTHER WEST GERMANIC LANGUAGE (608,
      610 612)                                      6529    6529      4
     SCANDINAVIAN (614 618)                         6538    6538      5
     GREEK (637)                                    6547    6547      6
     INDIC (662 678)                                6556    6556      7
     ITALIAN (619)                                  6565    6565      8
     FRENCH OR FRENCH CREOLE (620 624)              6574    6574      9
     PORTUGUESE OR PORTUGUESE CREOLE
      (629 630)                                     6583    6583     10
     SPANISH OR SPANISH CREOLE (625,
      627 628)                                      6592    6592     11
     POLISH (645)                                   6601    6601     12
     RUSSIAN (639)                                  6610    6610     13
     SOUTH SLAVIC (647 652)                         6619    6619     14
     OTHER SLAVIC LANGUAGE (640 644, 646)           6628    6628     15
     OTHER INDO EUROPEAN LANGUAGE
      (601 606, 626, 631 636,
      638, 653 661)                                 6637    6637     16
     ARABIC (777)                                   6646    6646     17
     TAGALOG (742)                                  6655    6655     18
     CHINESE (708 715)                              6664    6664     19
     HUNGARIAN (682)                                6673    6673     20
     JAPANESE (723)                                 6682    6682     21
     MON KHMER (726)                                6691    6691     22
     KOREAN (724)                                   6700    6700     23
     NATIVE NORTH AMERICAN LANGUAGES
      (800 955, 959 966, 977 982)                   6709    6709     24
     VIETNAMESE (728)                               6718    6718     25
     OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED LANGUAGES
      (679 681, 683 707, 716 722,                   6727    6727     26
      725, 727, 729 741, 743 776,
      778 799, 956 958, 967 976, 983 999)

 P32. ANCESTRY(4) (4)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
     ANCESTRY SPECIFIED:
       SINGLE ANCESTRY                              6736    6736      1
       MULTIPLE ANCESTRY                            6745    6745      2
     ANCESTRY UNCLASSIFIED                          6754    6754      3
     ANCESTRY NOT REPORTED                          6763    6763      4

 P33. ANCESTRY(36) (36)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
     FIRST ANCESTRY REPORTED (000 999):
       ARAB (400 415, 417 418, 421 430,
        435 481, 490 499)                           6772    6772      1
       AUSTRIAN (003 004)                           6781    6781      2
       BELGIAN (008 010)                            6790    6790      3
       CANADIAN (931 934)                           6799    6799      4
       CZECH (111 114)                              6808    6808      5
       DANISH (020, 023)                            6817    6817      6
       DUTCH (021, 029)                             6826    6826      7
       ENGLISH (015, 022)                           6835    6835      8
       FINNISH (024 025)                            6844    6844      9
       FRENCH (EXCEPT BASQUE)
        (000 001, 016, 026 028, 083                 6853    6853     10
       FRENCH CANADIAN (935 938)                    6862    6862     11
       GERMAN (032 045)                             6871    6871     12
       GREEK (046 048)                              6880    6880     13
       HUNGARIAN (125 126)                          6889    6889     14
       IRISH (050, 081, 099)                        6898    6898     15
       ITALIAN (030 031, 051 074)                   6907    6907     16
       LITHUANIAN (129)                             6916    6916     17
       NORWEGIAN (082)                              6925    6925     18
       POLISH (142 143)                             6934    6934     19
       PORTUGUESE (084 086)                         6943    6943     20
       ROMANIAN (144 147)                           6952    6952     21
       RUSSIAN (148 151)                            6961    6961     22
       SCOTCH IRISH (087)                           6970    6970     23
       SCOTTISH (088)                               6979    6979     24
       SLOVAK (153)                                 6988    6988     25
       SUBSAHARAN AFRICAN (500 599)                 6997    6997     26
       SWEDISH (089 090)                            7006    7006     27
       SWISS (091 096)                              7015    7015     28
       UKRAINIAN (171 174)                          7024    7024     29
       UNITED STATES OR AMERICAN (939 994)          7033    7033     30
       WELSH (097)                                  7042    7042     31
       WEST INDIAN (EXCLUDING HISPANIC
        ORIGIN GROUPS) (300 359)                    7051    7051     32
       YUGOSLAVIAN (152, 154, 176 177)              7060    7060     33
       RACE OR HISPANIC ORIGIN GROUPS
        (200 299, 900 928)                          7069    7069     34
       OTHER GROUPS (002, 005 007, 011
        014, 017 019, 049,                          7078    7078     35
        075 080, 098, 100 110, 115 124,
        127 128, 130 141,155 170, 175,
        178 199, 360 399, 416, 419 420,431
        434, 482 489, 600 862, 929 930, 998)
       UNCLASSIFIED OR NOT REPORTED
        (863 899, 995 997, 999)                     7087    7087     36

 P34. ANCESTRY(36) (36)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
     SECOND ANCESTRY REPORTED (000 999):
       ARAB (400 415, 417 418, 421 430,
       435 481, 490 499)                            7096    7096      1
       AUSTRIAN (003 004)                           7105    7105      2
       BELGIAN (008 010)                            7114    7114      3
       CANADIAN (931 934)                           7123    7123      4
       CZECH (111 114)                              7132    7132      5
       DANISH (020, 023)                            7141    7141      6
       DUTCH (021, 029)                             7150    7150      7
       ENGLISH (015, 022)                           7159    7159      8
       FINNISH (024 025)                            7168    7168      9
       FRENCH (EXCEPT BASQUE) (000 001,
        016, 026 028, 083)                          7177    7177     10
       FRENCH CANADIAN (935 938)                    7186    7186     11
       GERMAN (032 045)                             7195    7195     12
       GREEK (046 048)                              7204    7204     13
       HUNGARIAN (125 126)                          7213    7213     14
       IRISH (050, 081, 099)                        7222    7222     15
       ITALIAN (030 031, 051 074)                   7231    7231     16
       LITHUANIAN (129)                             7240    7240     17
       NORWEGIAN (082)                              7249    7249     18
       POLISH (142 143)                             7258    7258     19
       PORTUGUESE (084 086)                         7267    7267     20
       ROMANIAN (144 147)                           7276    7276     21
       RUSSIAN (148 151)                            7285    7285     22
       SCOTCH IRISH (087)                           7294    7294     23
       SCOTTISH (088)                               7303    7303     24
       SLOVAK (153)                                 7312    7312     25
       SUBSAHARAN AFRICAN (500 599)                 7321    7321     26
       SWEDISH (089 090)                            7330    7330     27
       SWISS (091 096)                              7339    7339     28
       UKRAINIAN (171 174)                          7348    7348     29
       UNITED STATES OR AMERICAN (939 994)          7357    7357     30
       WELSH (097)                                  7366    7366     31
       WEST INDIAN (EXCLUDING HISPANIC
        ORIGIN GROUPS) (300 359)                    7375    7375     32
       YUGOSLAVIAN (152, 154, 176 177)              7384    7384     33
       RACE OR HISPANIC ORIGIN GROUPS
        (200 299, 900 928)                          7393    7393     34
       OTHER GROUPS (002, 005 007, 011
        014, 017 019, 049,                          7402    7402     35
        075 080, 098, 100 110, 115 124,
        127 128, 130 141,155 170, 175,
        178 199, 360 399, 416, 419 420,
        431 434, 482 489, 600 862, 929
        930, 998)
       UNCLASSIFIED OR NOT REPORTED
        (863 899, 995 997, 999)                     7411    7411     36

 P35. ANCESTRY(37) (37)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
     REPORTED SINGLE ANCESTRY
      (000 862, 900 994, 998):
       ARAB (400 415, 417 418, 421 430,
        435 481, 490 499)                           7420    7420      1
       AUSTRIAN (003 004)                           7429    7429      2
       BELGIAN (008 010)                            7438    7438      3
       CANADIAN (931 934)                           7447    7447      4
       CZECH (111 114)                              7456    7456      5
       DANISH (020, 023)                            7465    7465      6
       DUTCH (021, 029)                             7474    7474      7
       ENGLISH (015, 022)                           7483    7483      8
       FINNISH (024 025)                            7492    7492      9
       FRENCH (EXCEPT BASQUE)
        (000 001, 016, 026 028, 083)                7501    7501     10
       FRENCH CANADIAN (935 938)                    7510    7510     11
       GERMAN (032 045)                             7519    7519     12
       GREEK (046 048)                              7528    7528     13
       HUNGARIAN (125 126)                          7537    7537     14
       IRISH (050, 081, 099)                        7546    7546     15
       ITALIAN (030 031, 051 074)                   7555    7555     16
       LITHUANIAN (129)                             7564    7564     17
       NORWEGIAN (082)                              7573    7573     18
       POLISH (142 143)                             7582    7582     19
       PORTUGUESE (084 086)                         7591    7591     20
       ROMANIAN (144 147)                           7600    7600     21
       RUSSIAN (148 151)                            7609    7609     22
       SCOTCH IRISH (087)                           7618    7618     23
       SCOTTISH (088)                               7627    7627     24
       SLOVAK (153)                                 7636    7636     25
       SUBSAHARAN AFRICAN (500 599)                 7645    7645     26
       SWEDISH (089 090)                            7654    7654     27
       SWISS (091 096)                              7663    7663     28
       UKRAINIAN (171 174)                          7672    7672     29
       UNITED STATES OR AMERICAN (939 994)          7681    7681     30
       WELSH (097)                                  7690    7690     31
       WEST INDIAN (EXCLUDING HISPANIC
        ORIGIN GROUPS) (300 359)                    7699    7699     32
       YUGOSLAVIAN (152, 154, 176 177)              7708    7708     33
       RACE OR HISPANIC ORIGIN GROUPS
        (200 299, 900 928)                          7717    7717     34
       OTHER GROUPS (002, 005 007, 011
        014, 017 019, 049,                          7726    7726     35
        075 080, 098, 100 110, 115 124,
        127 128, 130 141,155 170, 175, 178
        199, 360 399, 416, 419 420,
        431 434, 482 489, 600 862, 929
        930, 998)
     REPORTED MULTIPLE ANCESTRY (000 998)           7735    7735     36
     UNCLASSIFIED OR NOT REPORTED
      (863 899, 995 997, 999)                       7744    7744     37

 P36. YEAR OF ENTRY(10) (10)
     UNIVERSE:  FOREIGN BORN PERSONS
     1987 TO 1990                                   7753    7753      1
     1985 OR 1986                                   7762    7762      2
     1982 TO 1984                                   7771    7771      3
     1980 OR 1981                                   7780    7780      4
     1975 TO 1979                                   7789    7789      5
     1970 TO 1974                                   7798    7798      6
     1965 TO 1969                                   7807    7807      7
     1960 TO 1964                                   7816    7816      8
     1950 TO 1959                                   7825    7825      9
     BEFORE 1950                                    7834    7834     10

 P37. AGE(2)
     BY CITIZENSHIP(3) (6)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
     UNDER 18 YEARS:
       NATIVE                                       7843    7843    1,1
       FOREIGN BORN:
          NATURALIZED CITIZEN                       7852    7852    1,2
          NOT A CITIZEN                             7861    7861    1,3
       18 YEARS AND OVER:
          (REPEAT CITIZENSHIP)                      7870    7870    2,1

 P43. RESIDENCE IN 1985   STATE AND COUNTY LEVEL(10) (10)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
     SAME HOUSE IN 1985                             8568     643      1
     DIFFERENT HOUSE IN UNITED STATES
      IN 1985:
       SAME COUNTY                                  8577     652      2
       DIFFERENT COUNTY:
          SAME STATE                                8586     661      3
          DIFFERENT STATE:
             NORTHEAST                              8595     670      4
             MIDWEST                                8604     679      5
             SOUTH                                  8613     688      6
             WEST                                   8622     697      7
     ABROAD IN 1985:
       PUERTO RICO                                  8631     706      8
       U.S. OUTLYING AREA                           8640     715      9
       FOREIGN COUNTRY                              8649     724     10

 P44. RESIDENCE IN 1985   MSA/PMSA LEVEL(12) (12)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
     LIVING IN AN MSA/PMSA IN 1990:
       SAME HOUSE IN 1985                           8658     733      1
       DIFFERENT HOUSE IN UNITED STATES IN 1985:
          THIS MSA/PMSA IN 1985:
             CENTRAL CITY                           8667     742      2
             REMAINDER OF THIS MSA/PMSA             8676     751      3
          DIFFERENT MSA/PMSA IN 1985:
             CENTRAL CITY                           8685     760      4
             REMAINDER OF DIFFERENT
              MSA/PMSA                              8694     769      5
          NOT IN AN MSA/PMSA IN 1985                8703     778      6
       ABROAD IN 1985                               8712     787      7
     NOT LIVING IN AN MSA/PMSA IN 1990:
       SAME HOUSE IN 1985                           8721     796      8
       DIFFERENT HOUSE IN UNITED STATES IN 1985:
          IN AN MSA/PMSA IN 1985:
             CENTRAL CITY                           8730     805      9
             REMAINDER OF MSA/PMSA                  8739     814     10
          NOT IN AN MSA/PMSA IN 1985                8748     823     11
       ABROAD IN 1985                               8757     832     12

 P45. PLACE OF WORK   STATE AND COUNTY LEVEL(3) (3)
     UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     WORKED IN STATE OF RESIDENCE:
       WORKED IN COUNTY OF RESIDENCE                8766     841      1
       WORKED OUTSIDE COUNTY OF RESIDENCE           8775     850      2
     WORKED OUTSIDE STATE OF RESIDENCE              8784     859      3

 P46. PLACE OF WORK   PLACE LEVEL(3) (3)
     UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     LIVING IN A PLACE:
       WORKED IN PLACE OF RESIDENCE                 8793     868      1
       WORKED OUTSIDE PLACE OF RESIDENCE            8802     877      2
     NOT LIVING IN A PLACE                          8811     886      3

 P47. PLACE OF WORK   MSA/PMSA LEVEL(8) (8
     UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     LIVING IN AN MSA/PMSA:
       WORKED IN MSA/PMSA OF RESIDENCE:
          CENTRAL CITY                              8820     895      1
          REMAINDER OF THIS MSA/PMSA                8829     904      2
       WORKED OUTSIDE MSA/PMSA OF RESIDENCE:
          WORKED IN A DIFFERENT MSA/PMSA:
             CENTRAL CITY                           8838     913      3
             REMAINDER OF DIFFERENT
              MSA/PMSA                              8847     922      4
          WORKED OUTSIDE ANY MSA/PMSA               8856     931      5
     NOT LIVING IN AN MSA/PMSA:
       WORKED IN AN MSA/PMSA:
          CENTRAL CITY                              8865     940      6
          REMAINDER OF MSA/PMSA                     8874     949      7
       WORKED OUTSIDE ANY MSA/PMSA                  8883     958      8

 P48. PLACE OF WORK   MINOR CIVIL DIVISION LEVEL(3) (3)
     UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     LIVING IN THE 9 NORTHEASTERN STATES:
       WORKED IN THE MINOR CIVIL DIVISION
        OF RESIDENCE                                8892     967      1
       WORKED OUTSIDE MINOR CIVIL DIVISION
        OF RESIDENCE                                8901     976      2
     NOT LIVING IN THE 9 NORTHEASTERN
      STATES                                        8910     985      3

 P49. MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK(13) (13)
     UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     CAR, TRUCK, OR VAN:
       DROVE ALONE                                  8919     994      1
       CARPOOLED                                    8928    1003      2
     PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION:9
       BUS OR TROLLEY BUS                           8937    1012      3
       STREETCAR OR TROLLEY CAR                     8946    1021      4
       SUBWAY OR ELEVATED                           8955    1030      5
       RAILROAD                                     8964    1039      6
       FERRYBOAT                                    8973    1048      7
       TAXICAB                                      8982    1057      8
     MOTORCYCLE                                     8991    1066      9
     BICYCLE                                        9000    1075     10
     WALKED                                         9009    1084     11
     OTHER MEANS                                    9018    1093     12
     WORKED AT HOME                                 9027    1102     13

 P50. TRAVEL TIME TO WORK(13) (13)
      UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
      DID NOT WORK AT HOME:
       LESS THAN 5 MINUTES                          9036    1111      1
       5 TO 9 MINUTES                               9045    1120      2
       10 TO 14 MINUTES                             9054    1129      3
       15 TO 19 MINUTES                             9063    1138      4
       20 TO 24 MINUTES                             9072    1147      5
       25 TO 29 MINUTES                             9081    1156      6
       30 TO 34 MINUTES                             9090    1165      7
       35 TO 39 MINUTES                             9099    1174      8
       40 TO 44 MINUTES                             9108    1183      9
       45 TO 59 MINUTES                             9117    1192     10
       60 TO 89 MINUTES                             9126    1201     11
       90 OR MORE MINUTES                           9135    1201     12
     WORKED AT HOME                                 9144    1219     13

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 P51. AGGREGATE TRAVEL TIME TO WORK (IN MINUTES)(1) (1)
     UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
      WHO DID NOT WORK AT HOME
     TOTAL                                          9153    1228      1

 P52. TIME LEAVING HOME TO GO TO WORK(15) (15)
     UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     DID NOT WORK AT HOME:
       12:00 A.M. TO 4:59 A.M.                      9162    1237      1
       5:00 A.M. TO 5:29 A.M.                       9171    1246      2
       5:30 A.M. TO 5:59 A.M.                       9180    1255      3
       6:00 A.M. TO 6:29 A.M.                       9189    1264      4
       6:30 A.M. TO 6:59 A.M.                       9198    1273      5
       7:00 A.M. TO 7:29 A.M.                       9207    1282      6
       7:30 A.M. TO 7:59 A.M.                       9216    1291      7
       8:00 A.M. TO 8:29 A.M.                       9225    1300      8
       8:30 A.M. TO 8:59 A.M.                       9234    1309      9
       9:00 A.M. TO 9:59 A.M.                       9243    1318     10
       10:00 A.M. TO 10:59 A.M.                     9252    1327     11
       11:00 A.M. TO 11:59 A.M.                     9261    1336     12
       12:00 P.M. TO 3:59 P.M.                      9270    1345     13
       4:00 P.M. TO 11:59 P.M.                      9279    1354     14
     WORKED AT HOME                                 9288    1363     15

 P53. PRIVATE VEHICLE OCCUPANCY(8) (8)
     UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     CAR, TRUCK, OR VAN:
       DROVE ALONE                                  9297    1372      1
       IN 2 PERSON CARPOOL                          9306    1381      2
       IN 3 PERSON CARPOOL                          9315    1390      3
       IN 4 PERSON CARPOOL                          9324    1399      4
       IN 5 PERSON CARPOOL                          9333    1408      5
       IN 6 PERSON CARPOOL                          9342    1417      6
       IN 7 OR MORE PERSON CARPOOL                  9351    1426      7
     OTHER MEANS                                    9360    1435      8

 P54. SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL(7) (7)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 3 YEARS AND OVER
     ENROLLED IN PREPRIMARY SCHOOL:
       PUBLIC SCHOOL                                9369    1444      1
       PRIVATE SCHOOL                               9378    1453      2
     ENROLLED IN ELEMENTARY OR HIGH SCHOOL:
       PUBLIC SCHOOL                                9387    1462      3
       PRIVATE SCHOOL                               9396    1471      4
     ENROLLED IN COLLEGE:
       PUBLIC SCHOOL                                9405    1480      5
       PRIVATE SCHOOL                               9414    1489      6
     NOT ENROLLED IN SCHOOL                         9423    1498      7

 P55. RACE(5) BY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT(4) (20)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 3 YEARS AND OVER
     WHITE:
       ENROLLED IN PREPRIMARY SCHOOL                9432    1507    1,1
       ENROLLED IN ELEMENTARY OR HIGH
        SCHOOL                                      9441    1516    1,2
       ENROLLED IN COLLEGE                          9450    1525    1,3
       NOT ENROLLED IN SCHOOL                       9459    1534    1,4
     BLACK:
       (REPEAT SCHOOL ENROLLMENT)                   9468    1543    2,1
     AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
       (REPEAT SCHOOL ENROLLMENT)                   9504    1579    3,1
     ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
       (REPEAT SCHOOL ENROLLMENT)                   9540    1615    4,1
     OTHER RACE:
       (REPEAT SCHOOL ENROLLMENT)                   9576    1651    5,1

 P56. SCHOOL ENROLLMENT(4) (4)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN 3 YEARS AND OVER
     ENROLLED IN PREPRIMARY SCHOOL                  9612    1687      1
     ENROLLED IN ELEMENTARY OR HIGH SCHOOL          9621    1696      2
     ENROLLED IN COLLEGE                            9630    1705      3
     NOT ENROLLED IN SCHOOL                         9639    1714      4

 P57. EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT(7) (7)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 25 YEARS AND OVER
     LESS THAN 9TH GRADE                            9648    1723      1
     9TH TO 12TH GRADE, NO DIPLOMA                  9657    1732      2
     HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE (INCLUDES
      EQUIVALENCY)                                  9666    1741      3
     SOME COLLEGE, NO DEGREE                        9675    1750      4
     ASSOCIATE DEGREE                               9684    1759      5
     BACHELOR'S DEGREE                              9693    1768      6
     GRADUATE OR PROFESSIONAL DEGREE                9702    1777      7

 P58. RACE(5) BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT(7) (35)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 25 YEARS AND OVER
     WHITE:
       LESS THAN 9TH GRADE                          9711    1786    1,1
       9TH TO 12TH GRADE, NO DIPLOMA                9720    1795    1,2
       HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE (INCLUDES
        EQUIVALENCY)                                9729    1804    1,3
       SOME COLLEGE, NO DEGREE                      9738    1813    1,4
       ASSOCIATE DEGREE                             9747    1822    1,5
       BACHELOR'S DEGREE                            9756    1831    1,6
       GRADUATE OR PROFESSIONAL DEGREE              9765    1840    1,7
     BLACK:
       (REPEAT EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT)              9774    1849    2,1
     AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
       (REPEAT EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT)              9837    1912    3,1
     ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
       (REPEAT EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT)              9900    1975    4,1
     OTHER RACE:
       (REPEAT EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT)              9963    2038    5,1

 P59. EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT(7) (7)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN 25 YEARS AND OVER
     LESS THAN 9TH GRADE                            10026   2101      1
     9TH TO 12TH GRADE, NO DIPLOMA                  10035   2110      2
     HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE (INCLUDES
      EQUIVALENCY)                                  10044   2119      3
     SOME COLLEGE, NO DEGREE                        10053   2128      4
     ASSOCIATE DEGREE                               10062   2137      5
     BACHELOR'S DEGREE                              10071   2146      6
     GRADUATE OR PROFESSIONAL DEGREE                10080   2155      7

 P60. EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT(7) (7)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 18 YEARS AND OVER
     LESS THAN 9TH GRADE                            10089   2164      1
     9TH TO 12TH GRADE, NO DIPLOMA                  10098   2173      2
     HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE (INCLUDES
      EQUIVALENCY)                                  10107   2182      3
     SOME COLLEGE, NO DEGREE                        10116   2191      4
     ASSOCIATE DEGREE                               10125   2200      5
     BACHELOR'S DEGREE                              10134   2209      6
     GRADUATE OR PROFESSIONAL DEGREE                10143   2218      7

 P61. SCHOOL ENROLLMENT, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, AND
        EMPLOYMENT STATUS(13) (13)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 TO 19 YEARS
     IN ARMED FORCES:
       ENROLLED IN SCHOOL:
          HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE                      10152   2227      1
          NOT HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE                  10161   2236      2
       NOT ENROLLED IN SCHOOL:
          HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE                      10170   2245      3
          NOT HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE                  10179   2254      4
     CIVILIAN:
       ENROLLED IN SCHOOL:
          EMPLOYED                                  10188   2263      5
          UNEMPLOYED                                10197   2272      6
          NOT IN LABOR FORCE                        10206   2281      7
       NOT ENROLLED IN SCHOOL:
          HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE:
             EMPLOYED                               10215   2290      8
             UNEMPLOYED                             10224   2299      9
             NOT IN LABOR FORCE                     10233   2308     10
          NOT HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE:
             EMPLOYED                               10242   2317     11
             UNEMPLOYED                             10251   2326     12
             NOT IN LABOR FORCE                     10260   2335     13

 P62. RACE(5) BY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT, EDUCATIONAL
        ATTAINMENT, AND EMPLOYMENT STATUS(13) (65)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 TO 19 YEARS
     WHITE:
       IN ARMED FORCES:
          ENROLLED IN SCHOOL:
             HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE                   10269   2334    1,1
             NOT HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE               10278   2353    1,2
          NOT ENROLLED IN SCHOOL:
             HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE                   10287   2362    1,3
             NOT HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE               10296   2371    1,4
       CIVILIAN:
          ENROLLED IN SCHOOL:
             EMPLOYED                               10305   2380    1,5
             UNEMPLOYED                             10314   2389    1,6
             NOT IN LABOR FORCE                     10323   2398    1,7
          NOT ENROLLED IN SCHOOL:
             HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE:
               EMPLOYED                             10332   2407    1,8
               UNEMPLOYED                           10341   2416    1,9
               NOT IN LABOR FORCE                   10350   2425   1,10
             NOT HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE:
               EMPLOYED                             10359   2434   1,11
               UNEMPLOYED                           10368   2443   1,12
               NOT IN LABOR FORCE                   10377   2452   1,13
     BLACK:
       (REPEAT SCHOOL ENROLLMENT,
         EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT,AND
         EMPLOYMENT STATUS)                         10386   2461    2,1
     AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
       (REPEAT SCHOOL ENROLLMENT,
         EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, AND
         EMPLOYMENT STATUS)                         10503   2578    3,1
     ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
       (REPEAT SCHOOL ENROLLMENT,
         EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, AND
         EMPLOYMENT STATUS)                         10620   2695    4,1
     OTHER RACE:
       (REPEAT SCHOOL ENROLLMENT,
         EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, AND
         EMPLOYMENT STATUS)                         10737   2812    5,1

 P63. SCHOOL ENROLLMENT, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT,
       AND EMPLOYMENT STATUS(13) (13)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
      16 TO 19 YEARS
     IN ARMED FORCES:
       ENROLLED IN SCHOOL:
          HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE                      10854   2929      1
          NOT HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE                  10863   2938      2
       NOT ENROLLED IN SCHOOL:
          HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE                      10872   2947      3
          NOT HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE                  10881   2956      4
     CIVILIAN:
       ENROLLED IN SCHOOL:
          EMPLOYED                                  10890   2965      5
          UNEMPLOYED                                10899   2974      6
          NOT IN LABOR FORCE                        10908   2983      7
       NOT ENROLLED IN SCHOOL:
          HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE:
             EMPLOYED                               10917   2992      8
             UNEMPLOYED                             10926   3001      9
             NOT IN LABOR FORCE                     10935   3010     10
          NOT HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE:
             EMPLOYED                               10944   3019     11
             UNEMPLOYED                             10953   3028     12
             NOT IN LABOR FORCE                     10962   3037     13

 P64. SEX(2) BY AGE(2) BY VETERAN STATUS(3) (12)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     MALE:
       16 TO 64 YEARS:
          IN ARMED FORCES                           10971   3046  1,1,1
          CIVILIAN:
             VETERAN                                10980   3055  1,1,2
             NONVETERAN                             10989   3064  1,1,3
       65 YEARS AND OVER:
          (REPEAT VETERAN STATUS)                   10998   3073  1,2,1
     FEMALE:
       (REPEAT AGE BY VETERAN STATUS)               11025   3100  2,1,1

 P65. PERIOD OF MILITARY SERVICE(13) (13)
     UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN VETERANS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     MAY 1975 OR LATER ONLY:
       SEPTEMBER 1980 OR LATER ONLY:
          WITH LESS THAN 2 YEARS OF SERVICE         11079   3154      1
          WITH 2 OR MORE YEARS OF SERVICE           11088   3163      2
       MAY 1975 TO AUGUST 1980 ONLY                 11097   3172      3
       BOTH, MAY 1975 TO AUGUST 1980 AND
        SEPTEMBER 1980 OR LATER                     11106   3181      4
     VIETNAM ERA, NO KOREAN CONFLICT NOR
      WORLD WAR II                                  11115   3190      5
     VIETNAM ERA AND KOREAN CONFLICT,
      NO WORLD WAR II                               11124   3199      6
     VIETNAM ERA, KOREAN CONFLICT, AND
      WORLD WAR II                                  11133   3208      7
     FEBRUARY 1955 TO JULY 1964 ONLY                11142   3217      8
     KOREAN CONFLICT, NO VIETNAM ERA
      NOR WORLD WAR II                              11151   3226      9
     KOREAN CONFLICT AND WORLD WAR II,
      NO VIETNAM ERA                                11160   3235     10
     WORLD WAR II, NO KOREAN CONFLICT
      NOR VIETNAM ERA                               11169   3244     11
     WORLD WAR I                                    11178   3253     12
     OTHER SERVICE                                  11187   3262     13

 P66. SEX(2) BY AGE(2) BY WORK DISABILITY STATUS AND
        EMPLOYMENT STATUS(7) (28)
     UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED
      PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     MALE:
       16 TO 64 YEARS:
          WITH A WORK DISABILITY:
             IN LABOR FORCE:
               EMPLOYED                             11196   3271  1,1,1
               UNEMPLOYED                           11205   3280  1,1,2
             NOT IN LABOR FORCE:
               PREVENTED FROM WORKING               11214   3289  1,1,3
               NOT PREVENTED FROM WORKING           11223   3298  1,1,4
          NO WORK DISABILITY:
             IN LABOR FORCE:
               EMPLOYED                             11232   3307  1,1,5
               UNEMPLOYED                           11241   3316  1,1,6
             NOT IN LABOR FORCE                     11250   3325  1,1,7
       65 YEARS AND OVER:
          (REPEAT WORK DISABILITY STATUS AND
             EMPLOYMENT STATUS)                     11259   3334  1,2,1
     FEMALE:
       (REPEAT AGE BY WORK DISABILITY STATUS AND
         EMPLOYMENT STATUS)                         11322   3397  2,1,1

 P67. SEX(2) BY AGE(2) BY MOBILITY LIMITATION STATUS(2) BY
        EMPLOYMENT STATUS(3) (24)
     UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED
      PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     MALE:
       16 TO 64 YEARS:
          WITH A MOBILITY LIMITATION:
             IN LABOR FORCE:
               EMPLOYED                             11448   3523  1,1,1,1
               UNEMPLOYED                           11457   3532  1,1,1,2
             NOT IN LABOR FORCE                     11466   3541  1,1,1,3
          NO MOBILITY LIMITATION:
             (REPEAT EMPLOYMENT STATUS)             11475   3550  1,1,2,1
       65 YEARS AND OVER:
          (REPEAT MOBILITY LIMITATION
            STATUS BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS)            11502   3577  1,2,1,1
     FEMALE:
       (REPEAT AGE BY MOBILITY LIMITATION
         STATUS BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS)               11556   3631  2,1,1,1

 P68. SEX(2) BY AGE(2) BY WORK DISABILITY
       STATUS(2) BY MOBILITY AND SELF CARE
       LIMITATION STATUS(2) (16)
     UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED
      PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     MALE:
       16 TO 64 YEARS:
          WITH A WORK DISABILITY:
             WITH A MOBILITY OR SELF CARE
              LIMITATION                            11664   3739  1,1,1,1
             NO MOBILITY OR SELF CARE
              LIMITATION                            11673   3748  1,1,1,2
          NO WORK DISABILITY:
             (REPEAT MOBILITY AND SELF
               CARE LIMITATION STATUS)              11682   3757  1,1,2,1
       65 YEARS AND OVER:
          (REPEAT WORK DISABILITY STATUS BY
            MOBILITY AND SELF CARE LIMITATION
            STATUS)                                 11700   3775  1,2,1,1
     FEMALE:
       (REPEAT AGE BY WORK DISABILITY
         STATUS BY MOBILITY AND SELF CARE
         LIMITATION STATUS)                         11736   3811  2,1,1,1

 P69. SEX(2) BY AGE(3) BY MOBILITY AND SELF CARE
        LIMITATION STATUS(4) (24)
     UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED
      PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     MALE:
       16 TO 64 YEARS:
          WITH A MOBILITY OR SELF CARE
           LIMITATION:
             MOBILITY LIMITATION ONLY              11808    3883  1,1,1
             SELF CARE LIMITATION ONLY             11817    3892  1,1,2
             MOBILITY AND SELF CARE
              LIMITATION                           11826    3901  1,1,3
          NO MOBILITY OR SELF CARE
           LIMITATION                              11835    3910  1,1,4
       65 TO 74 YEARS:
          (REPEAT MOBILITY AND SELF CARE
            LIMITATION
            STATUS)                                11844    3919  1,2,1
       75 YEARS AND OVER:
          (REPEAT MOBILITY AND SELF CARE
            LIMITATION STATUS)                     11880    3955  1,3,1
     FEMALE:
       (REPEAT AGE BY MOBILITY AND SELF
         CARE LIMITATION STATUS)                   11916    3991  2,1,1

 P70. SEX(2) BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS(4) (8)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     MALE:
       IN LABOR FORCE:
          IN ARMED FORCES                          12024    4099    1,1
          CIVILIAN:
             EMPLOYED                              12033    4108    1,2
             UNEMPLOYED                            12042    4117    1,3
       NOT IN LABOR FORCE                          12051    4126    1,4
     FEMALE:
       (REPEAT EMPLOYMENT STATUS)                  12060    4135    2,1

 P71. RACE(5) BY SEX(2) BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS(4) (40)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     WHITE:
       MALE:
          IN LABOR FORCE:
             IN ARMED FORCES                       12096    4171  1,1,1
             CIVILIAN:
               EMPLOYED                            12105    4180  1,1,2
               UNEMPLOYED                          12114    4189  1,1,3
          NOT IN LABOR FORCE                       12123    4198  1,1,4
       FEMALE:
          (REPEAT EMPLOYMENT STATUS)               12132    4207  1,2,1
     BLACK:
       (REPEAT SEX BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS)           12168    4243  2,1,1
     AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
       (REPEAT SEX BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS)           12240    4315  3,1,1
     ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
       (REPEAT SEX BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS)           12312    4387  4,1,1
     OTHER RACE:
       (REPEAT SEX BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS)           12384    4459  5,1,1

 P72. SEX(2) BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS(4) (8)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN 16 YEARS AND OVER
     MALE:
       IN LABOR FORCE:
          IN ARMED FORCES                          12456    4531    1,1
          CIVILIAN:
             EMPLOYED                              12465    4540    1,2
             UNEMPLOYED                            12474    4549    1,3
       NOT IN LABOR FORCE                          12483    4558    1,4
     FEMALE:
       (REPEAT EMPLOYMENT STATUS)                  12492    4567    2,1

 P73. PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN AND EMPLOYMENT
        STATUS(12) (12)
     UNIVERSE:  FEMALES 16 YEARS AND OVER
     WITH OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS:
       UNDER 6 YEARS ONLY:
          IN LABOR FORCE:
             EMPLOYED OR IN ARMED FORCES           12528    4603      1
             UNEMPLOYED                            12537    4612      2
          NOT IN LABOR FORCE                       12546    4621      3
       6 TO 17 YEARS ONLY:
          IN LABOR FORCE:
             EMPLOYED OR IN ARMED FORCES           12555    4630      4
             UNEMPLOYED                            12564    4639      5
          NOT IN LABOR FORCE                       12573    4648      6
        UNDER 6 YEARS AND 6 TO 17 YEARS:
          IN LABOR FORCE:
             EMPLOYED OR IN ARMED FORCES           12582    4657      7
             UNEMPLOYED                            12591    4666      8
          NOT IN LABOR FORCE                       12600    4675      9
      NO OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS:
       IN LABOR FORCE:
          EMPLOYED OR IN ARMED FORCES              12609    4684     10
          UNEMPLOYED                               12618    4693     11
       NOT IN LABOR FORCE                          12627    4702     12

 P74. PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(2) BY EMPLOYMENT
        STATUS OF PARENTS(8) (16)
     UNIVERSE:  OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS IN
      FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
     UNDER 6 YEARS:
       LIVING WITH TWO PARENTS:
          BOTH PARENTS IN LABOR FORCE              12636    4711    1,1
          FATHER ONLY IN LABOR FORCE               12645    4720    1,2
          MOTHER ONLY IN LABOR FORCE               12654    4729    1,3
          NEITHER PARENT IN LABOR FORCE            12663    4738    1,4
       LIVING WITH ONE PARENT:
          LIVING WITH FATHER:
              IN LABOR FORCE                       12672    4747    1,5
              NOT IN LABOR FORCE                   12681    4756    1,6
          LIVING WITH MOTHER:
             IN LABOR FORCE                        12690    4765    1,7
             NOT IN LABOR FORCE                    12699    4774    1,8
     6 TO 17 YEARS:
       (REPEAT EMPLOYMENT STATUS OF
         PARENTS)                                  12708    4783    2,1

 P75. SEX(2) BY WORK STATUS IN 1989(2) (4)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     MALE:
       WORKED IN 1989                              12780    4855    1,1
       DID NOT WORK IN 1989                        12789    4864    1,2
     FEMALE:
       (REPEAT WORK STATUS IN 1989)                12798    4873    2,1

 P76. SEX(2) BY WORK STATUS IN 1989,
       USUAL HOURS WORKED PER WEEK IN 1989,
       AND WEEKS WORKED IN 1989(19) (38)
     UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
     MALE:
       WORKED IN 1989:
             USUALLY WORKED 35 OR MORE HOURS PER WEEK:
             50 TO 52 WEEKS                        12816    4891    1,1
             48 TO 49 WEEKS                        12825    4900    1,2
             40 TO 47 WEEKS                        12834    4909    1,3
             27 TO 39 WEEKS                        12843    4918    1,4
             14 TO 26 WEEKS                        12852    4927    1,5
             1 TO 13 WEEKS                         12861    4936    1,6
          USUALLY WORKED 15 TO 34 HOURS PER WEEK:
             50 TO 52 WEEKS                        12870    4945    1,7
             48 TO 49 WEEKS                        12879    4954    1,8
             40 TO 47 WEEKS                        12888    4963    1,9
             27 TO 39 WEEKS                        12897    4972   1,10
             14 TO 26 WEEKS                        12906    4981   1,11
             1 TO 13 WEEKS                         12915    4990   1,12
          USUALLY WORKED 1 TO 14 HOURS PER WEEK:
             50 TO 52 WEEKS                        12924    4999   1,13
             48 TO 49 WEEKS                        12933    5008   1,14
             40 TO 47 WEEKS                        12942    5017   1,15
             27 TO 39 WEEKS                        12951    5026   1,16
             14 TO 26 WEEKS                        12960    5035   1,17
             1 TO 13 WEEKS                         12969    5044   1,18
       DID NOT WORK IN 1989                        12978    5053   1,19
     FEMALE:
       (REPEAT WORK STATUS IN 1989, USUAL
         HOURS WORKED PER WEEK IN 1989, AND
         WEEKS WORKED IN 1989)                     12987    5062    2,1

 P77. INDUSTRY(17) (17)
     UNIVERSE:  EMPLOYED PERSONS 16 YEARS
      AND OVER
     AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY, AND FISHERIES
      (000 039)                                    13158    5233      1
     MINING (040 059)                              13167    5242      2
     CONSTRUCTION (060 099)                        13176    5251      3
     MANUFACTURING, NONDURABLE GOODS
      (100 229)                                    13185    5260      4
     MANUFACTURING, DURABLE GOODS (230 399)        13194    5269      5
     TRANSPORTATION (400 439)                      13203    5278      6
     COMMUNICATIONS AND OTHER PUBLIC
      UTILITIES (440 499)                          13212    5287      7
     WHOLESALE TRADE (500 579)                     13221    5296      8
     RETAIL TRADE (580 699)                        13230    5305      9
     FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE
      (700 720)                                    13239    5314     10
     BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES (721 760)        13248    5323     11
     PERSONAL SERVICES (761 799)                   13257    5332     12
     ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES
      (800 811)                                    13266    5341     13
     PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES (812
       HEALTH SERVICES (812 840)                   13275    5350     14
       EDUCATIONAL SERVICES (842 860)              13284    5359     15
       OTHER PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED
        SERVICES (841, 861 899)                    13293    5368     16
     PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (900 939)               13302    5377     17

 P78. OCCUPATION(13) (13)
     UNIVERSE:  EMPLOYED PERSONS 16 YEARS
      AND OVER
     MANAGERIAL AND PROFESSIONAL SPECIALTY
      OCCUPATIONS (000 202):
        EXECUTIVE, ADMINISTRATIVE, AND
        MANAGERIAL OCCUPATIONS (000 042)           13311    5386      1
       PROFESSIONAL SPECIALTY OCCUPATIONS
        (043 202)                                  13320    5395      2
       TECHNICAL, SALES, AND ADMINISTRATIVE
        SUPPORT OCCUPATIONS (203 402):
       TECHNICIANS AND RELATED SUPPORT
        OCCUPATIONS (203 242)                      13329    5404      3
       SALES OCCUPATIONS (243 302)                 13338    5413      4
       ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT OCCUPATIONS,
        INCLUDING CLERICAL (303 402)               13347    5422      5
      SERVICE OCCUPATIONS (403 472):
       PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD OCCUPATIONS
        (403 412)                                  13356    5431      6
       PROTECTIVE SERVICE OCCUPATIONS
        (413 432)                                  13365    5440      7
       SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, EXCEPT
        PROTECTIVE AND HOUSEHOLD (433 472)         13374    5449      8
     FARMING, FORESTRY, AND FISHING
      OCCUPATIONS (473 502)                        13383    5458      9
     PRECISION PRODUCTION, CRAFT, AND
       REPAIR OCCUPATIONS (503 702)                13392    5467     10
     OPERATORS, FABRICATORS, AND LABORERS
      (703 902):
       MACHINE OPERATORS, ASSEMBLERS, AND
        INSPECTORS (703 802)                       13401    5476     11
       TRANSPORTATION AND MATERIAL MOVING
        OCCUPATIONS (803 863)                      13410    5485     12
       HANDLERS, EQUIPMENT CLEANERS,
        HELPERS, AND LABORERS (864 902)            13419    5494     13

 P79. CLASS OF WORKER(7) (7)
     UNIVERSE:  EMPLOYED PERSONS 16
      YEARS AND OVER
     PRIVATE FOR PROFIT WAGE AND SALARY
      WORKERS                                      13428    5503      1
     PRIVATE NOT FOR PROFIT WAGE AND SALARY
      WORKERS                                      13437    5512      2
     LOCAL GOVERNMENT WORKERS                      13446    5521      3
     STATE GOVERNMENT WORKERS                      13455    5530      4
     FEDERAL GOVERNMENT WORKERS                    13464    5539      5
     SELF EMPLOYED WORKERS                         13473    5548      6
     UNPAID FAMILY WORKERS                         13482    5557      7

 P80. HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(25) (25)
     UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
     LESS THAN $5,000                              13491    5566     1
     $5,000 TO $9,999                              13500    5575     2
     $10,000 TO $12,499                            13509    5584     3
     $12,500 TO $14,999                            13518    5593     4
     $15,000 TO $17,499                            13527    5602     5
     $17,500 TO $19,999                            13536    5611     6
     $20,000 TO $22,499                            13545    5620     7
     $22,500 TO $24,999                            13554    5629     8
     $25,000 TO $27,499                            13563    5638     9
     $27,500 TO $29,999                            13572    5647     10
     $30,000 TO $32,499                            13581    5656     11
     $32,500 TO $34,999                            13590    5665     12
     $35,000 TO $37,499                            13599    5674     13
     $37,500 TO $39,999                            13608    5683     14
     $40,000 TO $42,499                            13617    5692     15
     $42,500 TO $44,999                            13626    5701     16
     $45,000 TO $47,499                            13635    5710     17
     $47,500 TO $49,999                            13644    5719     18
     $50,000 TO $54,999                            13653    5728     19
     $55,000 TO $59,999                            13662    5737     20
     $60,000 TO $74,999                            13671    5746     21
     $75,000 TO $99,999                            13680    5755     22
     $100,000 TO $124,999                          13689    5764     23
     $125,000 TO $149,999                          13698    5773     24
     $150,000 OR MORE                              13707    5782     25

 P80A. MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(1) (1)
     UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
     MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989               13716    5791      1

 P81. AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(2) (2)
     UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
     TOTAL:
       LESS THAN $150,000                          13725    5800      1
       $150,000 OR MORE                            13740    5815      2

 P82. RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) BY HOUSEHOLD
       INCOME IN 1989(9) (45)
     UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
     WHITE:
       LESS THAN $5,000                            19755    5830    1,1
       $5,000 TO $9,999                            13764    5839    1,2
       $10,000 TO $14,999                          13773    5848    1,3
       $15,000 TO $24,999                          13782    5857    1,4
       $25,000 TO $34,999                          13791    5866    1,5
       $35,000 TO $49,999                          13800    5875    1,6
       $50,000 TO $74,999                          13809    5884    1,7
       $75,000 TO $99,999                          13818    5893    1,8
       $100,000 OR MORE                            13827    5902    1,9
     BLACK:
       (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)           13836    5911    2,1
     AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
       (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)           13917    5992    3,1
     ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
       (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)           13998    6073    4,1
     OTHER RACE:
       (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)           14079    6154    5,1

 P83. HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(9) (9)
     UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS WITH HOUSEHOLDER
      OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
     LESS THAN $5,000                              14160    6235      1
     $5,000 TO $9,999                              14169    6244      2
     $10,000 TO $14,999                            14178    6253      3
     $15,000 TO $24,999                            14187    6262      4
     $25,000 TO $34,999                            14196    6271      5
     $35,000 TO $49,999                            14205    6280      6
     $50,000 TO $74,999                            14214    6289      7
     $75,000 TO $99,999                            14223    6298      8
     $100,000 OR MORE                              14232    6307      9

 P84. AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(1)
       BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) (5)
     UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
     TOTAL:
       WHITE                                       14241    6316    1,1
       BLACK                                       14256    6331    1,2
       AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT           14271    6346    1,3
       ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER                   14286    6361    1,4
       OTHER RACE                                  14301    6376    1,5

 P85. AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(1) (1)
     UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS WITH HOUSEHOLDER
      OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
     TOTAL                                         14316    6391      1

 P86. AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7) BY HOUSEHOLD
       INCOME IN 1989(9) (63)
     UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
     UNDER 25 YEARS:
       LESS THAN $5,000                            14331    6406    1,1
       $5,000 TO $9,999                            14340    6415    1,2
       $10,000 TO $14,999                          14349    6424    1,3
       $15,000 TO $24,999                          14358    6433    1,4
       $25,000 TO $34,999                          14367    6442    1,5
       $35,000 TO $49,999                          14376    6451    1,6
       $50,000 TO $74,999                          14385    6460    1,7
       $75,000 TO $99,999                          14394    6469    1,8
       $100,000 OR MORE                            14403    6478    1,9
     25 TO 34 YEARS:
       (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)           14412    6487    2,1
     35 TO 44 YEARS:
       (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)           14493    6568    3,1
     45 TO 54 YEARS:
       (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)           14574    6649    4,1
     55 TO 64 YEARS:
       (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)           14655    63730   5,1
     65 TO 74 YEARS:
       (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)           14736    6811    6,1
     75 YEARS AND OVER:
       (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)           14817    6892    7,1

 P87A. RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(1) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7)
        BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(9) (63)
     UNIVERSE:  WHITE HOUSEHOLDS
     WHITE:
       UNDER 25 YEARS:
          LESS THAN $5,000                         14898    6973  1,1,1
          $5,000 TO $9,999                         14907    6982  1,1,2
          $10,000 TO $14,999                       14916    6991  1,1,3
          $15,000 TO $24,999                       14925    7000  1,1,4
          $25,000 TO $34,999                       14934    7009  1,1,5
          $35,000 TO $49,999                       14943    7018  1,1,6
          $50,000 TO $74,999                       14952    7027  1,1,7
          $75,000 TO $99,999                       14961    7036  1,1,8
          $100,000 OR MORE                         14970    7045  1,1,9
       25 TO 34 YEARS:
          (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)        14979    7054  1,2,1
       35 TO 44 YEARS:
          (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)        15060    7135  1,3,1
       45 TO 54 YEARS:
          (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)        15141    7216  1,4,1
       55 TO 64 YEARS:
          (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)        15222    7297  1,5,1
       65 TO 74 YEARS:
          (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)        15303    7378  1,6,1
       75 YEARS AND OVER:
          (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)        15384    7459  1,7,1

 P87B. RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(1) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7)
        BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(9) (63)
     UNIVERSE:  BLACK HOUSEHOLDS
     BLACK:
       (REPEAT AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER BY HOUSEHOLD
          INCOME IN 1989)(2)                       1,1,1

 P87C. RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(1) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7)
        BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(9) (63)
     UNIVERSE:  AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR
      ALEUT HOUSEHOLDS
     AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
       (REPEAT AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER BY
         HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)(2)          1,1,1

 P87D. RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(1) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7)
       BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(9) (63)
    UNIVERSE:  ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER
     HOUSEHOLDS
    ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
      (REPEAT AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER BY
        HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)(2)          1,1,1

 P87E. RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(1) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7)
       BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(9) (63)
    UNIVERSE:  OTHER RACE HOUSEHOLDS
    OTHER RACE:
      (REPEAT AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER BY
        HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)(2)             1,1,1

 P88. AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7) BY HOUSEHOLD INCOME
       IN 1989(9) (63)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS WITH HOUSEHOLDER
     OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
    UNDER 25 YEARS:
      LESS THAN $5,000                             18041    2191    1,1
      $5,000 TO $9,999                             18050    2200    1,2
      $10,000 TO $14,999                           18059    2209    1,3
      $15,000 TO $24,999                           18068    2218    1,4
      $25,000 TO $34,999                           18077    2227    1,5
      $35,000 TO $49,999                           18086    2236    1,6
      $50,000 TO $74,999                           18095    2245    1,7
      $75,000 TO $99,999                           18104    2254    1,8
      $100,000 OR MORE                             18113    2263    1,9
    25 TO 34 YEARS:
      (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)            18122    2272    2,1
    35 TO 44 YEARS:
      (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)            18203    2353    3,1
    45 TO 54 YEARS:
      (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)            18284    2434    4,1
    55 TO 64 YEARS:
      (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)            18365    2515    5,1
    65 TO 74 YEARS:
      (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)            18446    2596    6,1
    75 YEARS AND OVER:
      (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)            18527    2677    7,1

 P89. EARNINGS IN 1989(2) (2)
     UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
     WITH EARNINGS                                 18608    2758      1
     NO EARNINGS                                   18617    2767      2

 P90. WAGE OR SALARY INCOME IN 1989(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
    WITH WAGE OR SALARY INCOME                     18626    2776      1
    NO WAGE OR SALARY INCOME                       18635    2785      2

 P91. NONFARM SELF EMPLOYMENT INCOME IN 1989(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
    WITH NONFARM SELF EMPLOYMENT INCOME            18644    2794      1
    NO NONFARM SELF EMPLOYMENT INCOME              18653    2803      2

 P92. FARM SELF EMPLOYMENT INCOME IN 1989(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
    WITH FARM SELF EMPLOYMENT INCOME               18662    2812      1
    NO FARM SELF EMPLOYMENT INCOME                 18671    2821      2

 P93. INTEREST, DIVIDEND, OR NET RENTAL
      INCOME IN 1989(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
    WITH INTEREST, DIVIDEND, OR NET
     RENTAL INCOME                                 18680    2830      1
    NO INTEREST, DIVIDEND, OR NET
     RENTAL INCOME                                 18689    2839      2

 P94. SOCIAL SECURITY INCOME IN 1989(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
    WITH SOCIAL SECURITY INCOME                    18698    2848      1
    NO SOCIAL SECURITY INCOME                      18707    2857      2

 P95. PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME IN 1989(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
    WITH PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME                  18716    2866      1
    NO PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME                    18725    2875      2

 P96. RETIREMENT INCOME IN 1989(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
    WITH RETIREMENT INCOME                         18734    2884      1
    NO RETIREMENT INCOME                           18743    2893      2

 P97. OTHER TYPE OF INCOME IN 1989(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
    WITH OTHER INCOME                              18752    2902      1
    NO OTHER INCOME                                18761    2911      2

 P98. AGGREGATE WAGE OR SALARY INCOME IN 1989(1) (1)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
    TOTAL                                          18770    2920      1

 P99. AGGREGATE NONFARM SELF EMPLOYMENT INCOME IN
      1989(1) (1)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
    TOTAL                                          18785    2935      1

 P100. AGGREGATE FARM SELF EMPLOYMENT INCOME IN
      1989(1) (1)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
    TOTAL                                          18800    2950      1

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 P101. AGGREGATE INTEREST, DIVIDEND, OR NET
     RENTAL INCOME IN 1989(1) (1)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
    TOTAL                                          18815    2965      1

 P102. AGGREGATE SOCIAL SECURITY INCOME IN 1989(1) (1)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
    TOTAL                                          18830    2980      1

 P103. AGGREGATE PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME IN 1989(1) (1)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
    TOTAL                                          18845    2995      1

 P104. AGGREGATE RETIREMENT INCOME IN 1989(1) (1)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
    TOTAL                                          18860    3010      1

 P105. AGGREGATE OTHER TYPE OF INCOME IN 1989(1) (1)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
    TOTAL                                          18875    3025      1

 P106. AGGREGATE PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS(1) BY PUBLIC
     ASSISTANCE INCOME IN 1989(2) BY AGE(3) (6)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS
    TOTAL:
      WITH PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME:
         UNDER 15 YEARS                            18890    3040  1,1,1
         15 TO 64 YEARS                            18899    3049  1,1,2
         65 YEARS AND OVER                         18908    3058  1,1,3
      NO PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME:
         (REPEAT AGE)                              18917    3067  1,2,1

 P107. FAMILY INCOME IN 1989(25) (25)
    UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
    LESS THAN $5,000                               18944    3094      1
    $5,000 TO $9,999                               18953    3103      2
    $10,000 TO $12,499                             18962    3112      3
    $12,500 TO $14,999                             18971    3121      4
    $15,000 TO $17,499                             18980    3130      5
    $17,500 TO $19,999                             18989    3139      6
    $20,000 TO $22,499                             18998    3148      7
    $22,500 TO $24,999                             19007    3157      8
    $25,000 TO $27,499                             19016    3166      9
    $27,500 TO $29,999                             19025    3175     10
    $30,000 TO $32,499                             19034    3184     11
    $32,500 TO $34,999                             19043    3193     12
    $35,000 TO $37,499                             19052    3202     13
    $37,500 TO $39,999                             19061    3211     14
    $40,000 TO $42,499                             19070    3220     15
    $42,500 TO $44,999                             19079    3229     16
    $45,000 TO $47,499                             19088    3238     17
    $47,500 TO $49,999                             19097    3247     18
    $50,000 TO $54,999                             19106    3256     19
    $55,000 TO $59,999                             19115    3265     20
    $60,000 TO $74,999                             19124    3274     21
    $75,000 TO $99,999                             19133    3283     22
    $100,000 TO $124,999                           19142    3292     23
    $125,000 TO $149,999                           19151    3301     24
    $150,000 OR MORE                               19160    3310     25

 P107A. MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989(1) (1)
    UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
    MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1989                   19169    3319      1

 P108. AGGREGATE FAMILY INCOME IN 1989(1) BY
       FAMILY INCOME IN 1989(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
    TOTAL:
      LESS THAN $150,000                           19178    3328    1,1
      $150,000 OR MORE                             19193    3343    1,2

 P109. AGGREGATE FAMILY INCOME IN 1989(1) BY FAMILY
       TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(6) (6)
    UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
    TOTAL:
      MARRIED COUPLE FAMILY:
         WITH OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS          19208    3358    1,1
         NO OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS            19223    3373    1,2
      OTHER FAMILY:
         MALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO WIFE PRESENT:
            WITH OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18
             YEARS                                 19238    3388    1,3
            NO OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS         19253    3403    1,4
         FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO HUSBAND
          PRESENT:
            WITH OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18
             YEARS                                 19268    3418    1,5
            NO OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS         19283    3433    1,6

 P110. NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(25) (25)
    UNIVERSE:  NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS
    LESS THAN $5,000                               19298    3448      1
    $5,000 TO $9,999                               19307    3457      2
    $10,000 TO $12,499                             19316    3466      3
    $12,500 TO $14,999                             19325    3475      4
    $15,000 TO $17,499                             19334    3484      5
    $17,500 TO $19,999                             19343    3493      6
    $20,000 TO $22,499                             19352    3502      7
    $22,500 TO $24,999                             19361    3511      8
    $25,000 TO $27,499                             19370    3520      9
    $27,500 TO $29,999                             19379    3529     10
    $30,000 TO $32,499                             19388    3538     11
    $32,500 TO $34,999                             19397    3547     12
    $35,000 TO $37,499                             19406    3556     13
    $37,500 TO $39,999                             19415    3565     14
    $40,000 TO $42,499                             19424    3574     15
    $42,500 TO $44,999                             19433    3583     16
    $45,000 TO $47,499                             19442    3592     17
    $47,500 TO $49,999                             19451    3601     18
    $50,000 TO $54,999                             19460    3610     19
    $55,000 TO $59,999                             19469    3619     20
    $60,000 TO $74,999                             19478    3628     21
    $75,000 TO $99,999                             19487    3637     22
    $100,000 TO $124,999                           19496    3646     23
    $125,000 TO $149,999                           19505    3655     24
    $150,000 OR MORE                               19514    3664     25

 P110A. MEDIAN NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME
        IN 1989(1) (1)
    UNIVERSE:  NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS
    MEDIAN NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME
     IN 1989                                       19523    3673      1

 P111. AGGREGATE NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(1) BY
       NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS
    TOTAL:
      LESS THAN $150,000                           19532    3682    1,1
      $150,000 OR MORE                             19547    3697    1,2

 P112. WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989(4) (4)
    UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
    NO WORKERS                                     19562    3712      1
    1 WORKER                                       19571    3721      2
    2 WORKERS                                      19580    3730      3
    3 OR MORE WORKERS                              19589    3739      4

 P113. AGGREGATE FAMILY INCOME IN 1989(1) BY WORKERS
     IN FAMILY IN 1989(4) (4)
    UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
    TOTAL:
      NO WORKERS                                   19598    3748    1,1
      1 WORKER                                     19613    3763    1,2
      2 WORKERS                                    19628    3778    1,3
      3 OR MORE WORKERS                            19643    3793    1,4

 P114. AGGREGATE INCOME IN 1989(1) BY GROUP QUARTERS(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER
    TOTAL:
      IN HOUSEHOLDS                                19658    3808    1,1
      IN GROUP QUARTERS:
         INSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS                 19673    3823    1,2
         OTHER PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS           19688    3838    1,3
      FILLER                                       19703    3853    1,4

 P114A. PER CAPITA INCOME IN 1989(1) (1)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
    PER CAPITA INCOME IN 1989                      19718    3868      1

 P114B. PER CAPITA INCOME IN 1989(1) BY GROUP QUARTERS(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
    PER CAPITA INCOME IN 1989:
      IN HOUSEHOLDS                                19727    3877    1,1
      IN GROUP QUARTERS:
         INSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS                 19736    3886    1,2
         OTHER PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS           19745    3895    1,3
      FILLER                                       19754    3904    1,4

 P115. AGGREGATE INCOME IN 1989(1) BY RACE(5) (5)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER
    TOTAL:
      WHITE                                        19763    3913    1,1
      BLACK                                        19778    3928    1,2
      AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT            19793    3943    1,3
      ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER                    19808    3958    1,4
      OTHER RACE                                   19823    3973    1,5

 P115A. PER CAPITA INCOME IN 1989(1) BY RACE(5) (5)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
    PER CAPITA INCOME IN 1989:
      WHITE                                        19838    3988    1,1
      BLACK                                        19847    3997    1,2
      AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT            19856    4006    1,3
      ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER                    19865    4015    1,4
      OTHER RACE                                   19874    4024    1,5

 P116. AGGREGATE INCOME IN 1989(1) (1)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN 15 YEARS AND OVER
    TOTAL                                          19883    4033      1

 P116A. PER CAPITA INCOME IN 1989(1) (1)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
    PER CAPITA INCOME IN 1989                      19898    4048      1

 P117. POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY AGE(12) (24)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
    INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL:
      UNDER 5 YEARS                                19907    4057     1,1
      5 YEARS                                      19916    4066     1,2
      6 TO 11 YEARS                                19925    4075     1,3
      12 TO 17 YEARS                               19934    4084     1,4
      18 TO 24 YEARS                               19943    4093     1,5
      25 TO 34 YEARS                               19952    4102     1,6
      35 TO 44 YEARS                               19961    4111     1,7
      45 TO 54 YEARS                               19970    4120     1,8
      55 TO 59 YEARS                               19979    4129     1,9
      60 TO 64 YEARS                               19988    4138    1,10
      65 TO 74 YEARS                               19997    4147    1,11
      75 YEARS AND OVER                            20006    4156    1,12
    INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL:
      (REPEAT AGE)                                 20015    4165     2,1

 P118. POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY SEX(2) BY AGE(7) (28)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
    INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL:
      MALE:
         UNDER 5 YEARS                             20123    4273   1,1,1
         5 YEARS                                   20132    4273   1,1,2
         6 TO 11 YEARS                             20141    4291   1,1,3
         12 TO 17 YEARS                            20150    4300   1,1,4
         18 TO 64 YEARS                            20159    4309   1,1,5
         65 TO 74 YEARS                            20168    4318   1,1,6
         75 YEARS AND OVER                         20177    4327   1,1,7
      FEMALE:
         (REPEAT AGE)                              20186    4336   1,2,1
    INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL:
      (REPEAT SEX BY AGE)                          20249    4399   2,1,1

 P119. POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY RACE(5) BY AGE(7) (70)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
    INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL:
      WHITE:
         UNDER 5 YEARS                             20375    4525   1,1,1
         5 YEARS                                   20384    4534   1,1,2
         6 TO 11 YEARS                             20393    4543   1,1,3
         12 TO 17 YEARS                            20402    4552   1,1,4
         18 TO 64 YEARS                            20411    4561   1,1,5
         65 TO 74 YEARS                            20420    4570   1,1,6
         75 YEARS AND OVER                         20429    4579   1,1,7
      BLACK:
         (REPEAT AGE)                              20438    4588   1,2,1
      AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
         (REPEAT AGE)                              20501    4651   1,3,1
      ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
         (REPEAT AGE)                              20564    4714   1,4,1
      OTHER RACE:
         (REPEAT AGE)                              20627    4777   1,5,1
    INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL:
      (REPEAT RACE BY AGE)                         20690    4840   2,1,1

 P120. POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY AGE(7) (14)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN FOR WHOM POVERTY
       STATUS IS DETERMINED
    INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL:
      UNDER 5 YEARS                                21005    5155     1,1
      5 YEARS                                      21014    5164     1,2
      6 TO 11 YEARS                                21023    5173     1,3
      12 TO 17 YEARS                               21032    5182     1,4
      18 TO 64 YEARS                               21041    5191     1,5
      65 TO 74 YEARS                               21050    5200     1,6
      75 YEARS AND OVER                            21059    5209     1,7
    INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL:
      (REPEAT AGE)                                 21068    5218     2,1

 P121. RATIO OF INCOME IN 1989 TO POVERTY LEVEL(9) (9)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
    UNDER .50                                      21131    5281       1
    50 TO .74                                      21140    5290       2
    75 TO .99                                      21149    5299       3
    1.00 TO 1.24                                   21158    5308       4
    1.25 TO 1.49                                   21167    5317       5
    1.50 TO 1.74                                   21176    5326       6
    1.75 TO 1.84                                   21185    5335       7
    1.85 TO 1.99                                   21194    5344       8
    2.00 AND OVER                                  21203    5353       9

 P122. POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY AGE(3) BY HOUSEHOLD
       TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP(9) (54)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
    INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL:
      UNDER 65 YEARS:
         IN MARRIED COUPLE FAMILY                  21212    5362   1,1,1
         IN OTHER FAMILY:
          MALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO WIFE
           PRESENT                                 21221    5371   1,1,2
          FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO HUSBAND
           PRESENT                                 21230    5380   1,1,3
         UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS:
            IN FAMILY HOUSEHOLDS                   21239    5389   1,1,4
            IN NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS:
              HOUSEHOLDER:
                 LIVING ALONE                      21248    5398   1,1,5
                 NOT LIVING ALONE                  21257    5407   1,1,6
              NONRELATIVES                         21266    5416   1,1,7
            IN GROUP QUARTERS                      21275    5425   1,1,8
         FILLER                                    21284    5434   1,1,9
      65 TO 74 YEARS:
         (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND
           RELATIONSHIP)                           21293    5443   1,2,1
      75 YEARS AND OVER:
         (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND
           RELATIONSHIP)                           21374    5524   1,3,1
    INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL:
      (REPEAT AGE BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND
        RELATIONSHIP)                              21455    5605   2,1,1

 P123. POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE
       AND AGE OF CHILDREN(12) (24)
    UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
    INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL:
      MARRIED COUPLE FAMILY:
         WITH RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS:
            UNDER 5 YEARS ONLY                     21698    5848     1,1
            5 TO 17 YEARS ONLY                     21707    5857     1,2
            UNDER 5 YEARS AND 5 TO 17
             YEARS                                 21716    5866     1,3
         NO RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18
          YEARS                                    21725    5875     1,4
      OTHER FAMILY:
         MALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO WIFE PRESENT:
            WITH RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS:
              UNDER 5 YEARS ONLY                   21734    5884     1,5
              5 TO 17 YEARS ONLY                   21743    5893     1,6
              UNDER 5 YEARS AND 5 TO 17
               YEARS                               21752    5902     1,7
            NO RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18
             YEARS                                 21761    5911     1,8
         FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO HUSBAND PRESENT:
            WITH RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS:
              UNDER 5 YEARS ONLY                   21770    5920     1,9
              5 TO 17 YEARS ONLY                   21779    5929    1,10
              UNDER 5 YEARS AND 5 TO 17
               YEARS                               21788    5938    1,11
            NO RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18
             YEARS                                 21797    5947    1,12
    INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL:
      (REPEAT FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND
        AGE OF CHILDREN)OF CHILDREN)               21806    5956     2,1

 P124A. POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(1) BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) BY
        FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF CHILDREN(12) (60)
    UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES WITH INCOME ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL
    INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL:
      WHITE:
        MARRIED COUPLE FAMILY:
          WITH RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS:
            UNDER 5 YEARS ONLY                     21914    6064   1,1,1
            5 TO 17 YEARS ONLY                     21923    6073   1,1,2
            UNDER 5 YEARS AND 5 TO 17
             YEARS                                 21932    6082   1,1,3
            NO RELATED CHILDREN UNDER
             18 YEARS                              21941    6091   1,1,4
         OTHER FAMILY:
            MALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO WIFE PRESENT:
              WITH RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS:
                 UNDER 5 YEARS ONLY                21950    6100   1,1,5
                 5 TO 17 YEARS ONLY                21959    6109   1,1,6
                 UNDER 5 YEARS AND 5 TO
                  17 YEARS                         21968    6118   1,1,7
              NO RELATED CHILDREN UNDER
               18 YEARS                            21977    6127   1,1,8
            FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO HUSBAND PRESENT:
              WITH RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS:
                 UNDER 5 YEARS ONLY                21986    6136   1,1,9
                 5 TO 17 YEARS ONLY                21995    6145  1,1,10
                 UNDER 5 YEARS AND 5 TO
                  17 YEARS                         22004    6154  1,1,11
              NO RELATED CHILDREN UNDER
               18 YEARS                            22013    6163  1,1,12
      BLACK:
         (REPEAT FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE          22022    6172   1,2,1
             AND AGE OF CHILDREN)
      AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
         (REPEAT FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE          22130    6280   1,3,1
            AND AGE OF CHILDREN)
      ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
         (REPEAT FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE          22238    6388   1,4,1
            AND AGE OF CHILDREN)
      OTHER RACE:
         (REPEAT FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE          22346    6496   1,5,1
            AND AGE OF CHILDREN)

 P124B. POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(1) BY RACE
        OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) BY
       FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND AGE
       OF CHILDREN(12) (60)
    UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES WITH INCOME ABOVE
     POVERTY LEVEL
    INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL:
      (REPEAT RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER BY FAMILY TYPE
        AND PRESENCE AND AGE OF
        CHILDREN)(2)                               22454    6604   2,1,1

 P125. POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY FAMILY
       TYPE AND PRESENCE
       AND AGE OF CHILDREN(12) (24)
    UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
    INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL:
      MARRIED COUPLE FAMILY:
         WITH RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS:
            UNDER 5 YEARS ONLY                     22994    7144     1,1
            5 TO 17 YEARS ONLY                     23003    7153     1,2
            UNDER 5 YEARS AND 5 TO
             17 YEARS                              23012    7162     1,3
         NO RELATED CHILDREN UNDER
          18 YEARS                                 23021    7171     1,4
      OTHER FAMILY:
         MALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO WIFE PRESENT:
            WITH RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS:
              UNDER 5 YEARS ONLY                   23030    7180     1,5
              5 TO 17 YEARS ONLY                   23039    7189     1,6
              UNDER 5 YEARS AND 5 TO 17
               YEARS                               23048    7198     1,7
            NO RELATED CHILDREN UNDER
             18 YEARS                              23057    7207     1,8
         FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO HUSBAND PRESENT:
            WITH RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS:
              UNDER 5 YEARS ONLY                   23066    7216     1,9
              5 TO 17 YEARS ONLY                   23075    7225    1,10
              UNDER 5 YEARS AND 5 TO
               17 YEARS                            23084    7234    1,11
            NO RELATED CHILDREN UNDER
             18 YEARS                              23093    7243    1,12
    INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL:
      (REPEAT FAMILY TYPE AND PRESENCE AND         23102    7252     2,1
        AGE OF CHILDREN)

 P126. POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY FAMILY TYPE AND AGE(9) (18)
    UNIVERSE:  RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
    INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL:
      IN MARRIED COUPLE FAMILY:
         UNDER 5 YEARS                             23210    7360     1,1
         5 YEARS                                   23219    7369     1,2
         6 TO 17 YEARS                             23228    7378     1,3
      IN OTHER FAMILY:
         MALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO WIFE PRESENT:
            UNDER 5 YEARS                          23237    7387     1,4
            5 YEARS                                23246    7396     1,5
            6 TO 17 YEARS                          23255    7405     1,6
         FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO HUSBAND PRESENT:
            UNDER 5 YEARS                          23264    7414     1,7
            5 YEARS                                23273    7423     1,8
            6 TO 17 YEARS                          23282    7432     1,9
    INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL:
      (REPEAT FAMILY TYPE AND AGE)                 23291    7441     2,1

 P127. POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(2) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(3)
       BY HOUSEHOLD TYPE(5) (30)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
    INCOME IN 1989 ABOVE POVERTY LEVEL:
      HOUSEHOLDER 15 TO 64 YEARS:
         MARRIED COUPLE FAMILY                     23372    7522   1,1,1
         OTHER FAMILY:
            MALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO WIFE
             PRESENT                               23381    7531   1,1,2
            FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO
             HUSBAND PRESENT                       23390    7540   1,1,3
         NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS:
            HOUSEHOLDER LIVING ALONE               23399    7549   1,1,4
            HOUSEHOLDER NOT LIVING ALONE           23408    7558   1,1,5
      HOUSEHOLDER 65 TO 74 YEARS:
         (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD TYPE)                   23417    7567   1,2,1
      HOUSEHOLDER 75 YEARS AND OVER:
         (REPEAT HOUSEHOLD TYPE)                   23462    7612   1,3,1
    INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL:
      (REPEAT AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER BY
        HOUSEHOLD TYPE)                            23507    7657   2,1,1

 P128. IMPUTATION OF POPULATION ITEMS(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
    FILLER                                         23642    7792       1
      NO ITEMS ALLOCATED                           23651    7801       2
      ONE OR MORE ITEMS ALLOCATED                  23660    7810       3

 P129. IMPUTATION OF RELATIONSHIP(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS
    ALLOCATED                                      23669    7819       1
    NOT ALLOCATED                                  23678    7828       2

 P130. IMPUTATION OF SEX(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
    FILLER                                         23687    7837       1
      ALLOCATED                                    23696    7846       2
      NOT ALLOCATED                                23705    7855       3
 P131. IMPUTATION OF AGE(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     23714   7864      1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 23723   7873      2
    FILLER                                          23732   7882      3

 P132. IMPUTATION OF RACE(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     23741   7891      1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 23750   7900      2
    FILLER                                  23759   7909      3

    FILLER                                          23768   7918
    END OF SEGMENT

 P133. IMPUTATION OF MARITAL STATUS(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     24076   301       1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 24085   310       2
    FILLER                                          24094   319       3

 P134. IMPUTATION OF HISPANIC ORIGIN(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     24103   328       1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 24112   337       2
      FILLER                                  24121   346       3

 P135. IMPUTATION OF GROUP QUARTERS(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS
    ALLOCATED                                       2430    355       1
    NOT ALLOCATED                                   24139   364       2

 P136. IMPUTATION OF PLACE OF BIRTH(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     24148   373       1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 24157   382       2
      FILLER                                  24166   391       3

 P137. IMPUTATION OF CITIZENSHIP(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     24175   400       1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 24184   409       2
    FILLER                                  24193   418       3

 P138. IMPUTATION OF YEAR OF ENTRY(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  FOREIGN BORN PERSONS
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     24202   427       1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 24211   436       2
    FILLER                                          24220   445       3

 P139. IMPUTATION OF SCHOOL ENROLLMENT(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 3 YEARS AND OVER
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     24229   454       1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 24238   463       2
    FILLER                                  24247   472       3

 P140. IMPUTATION OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 18 YEARS AND OVER
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     24256   481       1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 24265   490       2
    FILLER                                  24274   499       3

 P141. IMPUTATION OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 25 YEARS AND OVER
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     24283   508       1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 24292   517       2
    FILLER                                          24301   526       3

 P142. IMPUTATION OF ANCESTRY(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     24310   535       1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 24319   544       2
    FILLER                                  24328   553       3

 P143. IMPUTATION OF MOBILITY STATUS(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     24337   562       1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 24346   571       2
    FILLER                                  24355   580       3

 P144. IMPUTATION OF RESIDENCE IN 1985(5) (5)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
    DIFFERENT HOUSE IN 1985:
      FILLER
        ALLOCATED:
          ONE OR MORE BUT NOT ALL
           GEOGRAPHIC PARTS ALLOCATED               24364   589       1
            ALL GEOGRAPHIC PARTS ALLOCATED          24373   598       2
         NOT ALLOCATED                              24382   607       3
    FILLER                                              24391   616       4
    SAME HOUSE IN 1985                              24400   625       5

 P145. IMPUTATION OF LANGUAGE STATUS(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     24409   634       1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 24418   643       2
    FILLER                                  24427   652       3

 P146. IMPUTATION OF LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME(4) (4)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
    SPEAK ONLY ENGLISH                              24436   661       1
    SPEAK OTHER LANGUAGE:
      FILLER
         ALLOCATED                                  24445   670       2
         NOT ALLOCATED                              24454   679       3
      FILLER                                        24463   688       4

 P147. IMPUTATION OF ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH(4) (4)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 5 YEARS AND OVER
    SPEAK ONLY ENGLISH                              24472   697       1
    SPEAK OTHER LANGUAGE:
      FILLER
         ALLOCATED                                  24481   706       2
         NOT ALLOCATED                              24490   715       3
      FILLER                                24499   724       4

 P148. IMPUTATION OF VETERAN STATUS(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     24508   733       1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 24517   742       2
    FILLER                                  24526   751       3

 P149. IMPUTATION OF PERIOD OF MILITARY SERVICE(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN VETERANS 16 YEARS AND OVER
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     24535   760       1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 24544   769       2
    FILLER                                  24553   778       3

 P150. IMPUTATION OF WORK DISABILITY STATUS(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     24562   787       1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 24571   796       2
    FILLER                                  24580   805       3

P151-P170
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 P151. IMPUTATION OF MOBILITY LIMITATION STATUS(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     24589   814
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 24598   823
    FILLER                                  24607   832       3

 P152. IMPUTATION OF SELF CARE LIMITATION STATUS(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     24616   841       1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 24625   850       2
    FILLER                                  24634   859       3

 P153. IMPUTATION OF CHILDREN EVER BORN(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  FEMALES 15 YEARS AND OVER
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     24643   868       1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 24652   877       2
    FILLER                                  24661   886       3

 P154. IMPUTATION OF PLACE OF WORK(4) (4)
    UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED:
        ONE OR MORE BUT NOT ALL GEOGRAPHIC      24670   895       1
         PARTS ALLOCATED
        ALL GEOGRAPHIC PARTS ALLOCATED              24679   904       2
       NOT ALLOCATED                                24688   913       3
    FILLER                                  24697   922       4

 P155. IMPUTATION OF MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     24706   931       1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 24715   940       2
    FILLER                                  24724   949       3

 P156. IMPUTATION OF PRIVATE VEHICLE OCCUPANCY(4) (4)
    UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
    CAR, TRUCK, OR VAN:
      FILLER
         ALLOCATED                                  24733   958       1
         NOT ALLOCATED                              24742   967       2
    FILLER                                24751   976       3
    OTHER MEANS                                     24760   985       4

 P157. IMPUTATION OF TIME LEAVING HOME TO GO TO WORK(4) (4)
    UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
    DID NOT WORK AT HOME:
      FILLER
         ALLOCATED                                  24769   994       1
         NOT ALLOCATED                              24778   1003      2
      FILLER                                24787   1012      3
    WORKED AT HOME                                  24796   1021      4

 P158. IMPUTATION OF TRAVEL TIME TO WORK(4) (4)
    UNIVERSE:  WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER
    DID NOT WORK AT HOME:
      FILLER
         ALLOCATED                                  24805   1030      1
         NOT ALLOCATED                              24814   1039      2
      FILLER                                24823   1048      3
    WORKED AT HOME                                  24832   1057      4

 P159. IMPUTATION OF EMPLOYMENT STATUS(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     24841   1066      1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 24850   1075      2
    FILLER                                  24859   1084      3

 P160. IMPUTATION OF WORK STATUS IN 1989(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     24868   1093      1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 24877   1102      2
    FILLER                                  24886   1111      3

 P161. IMPUTATION OF USUAL HOURS WORKED PER WEEK IN
       1989(4) (4)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
    WORKED IN 1989:
      FILLER
         ALLOCATED                                  24895   1120      1
         NOT ALLOCATED                              24904   1129      2
      FILLER                                24913   1138      3
    DID NOT WORK IN 1989                            24922   1147      4

 P162. IMPUTATION OF WEEKS WORKED IN 1989(4) (4)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
    WORKED IN 1989:
      FILLER
         ALLOCATED                                  24931   1156      1
         NOT ALLOCATED                              24920   1165      2
      FILLER                                        24949   1174      3
    DID NOT WORK IN 1989                            24958   1183      4

 P163. IMPUTATION OF INDUSTRY(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  EMPLOYED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     24967   1192      1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 24976   1201      2
    FILLER                                          24985   1210      3

 P164. IMPUTATION OF OCCUPATION(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  EMPLOYED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     24994   1219      1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 25003   1228      2
    FILLER                                          25012   1237      3

 P165. IMPUTATION OF CLASS OF WORKER(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  EMPLOYED PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     25021   1246      1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 25030   1255      2
    FILLER                                  25039   1264      3

 P166. IMPUTATION OF INCOME IN 1989(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     25048   1273      1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 25057   1282      2
    FILLER                                  25066   1291      3

 P167. IMPUTATION OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSEHOLDS
    ALLOCATED                                       25075   1300      1
    NOT ALLOCATED                                   25084   1309      2

 P168. IMPUTATION OF FAMILY INCOME IN 1989(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  FAMILIES
    ALLOCATED                                       25093   1318      1
    NOT ALLOCATED                                   25102   1327      2

 P169. IMPUTATION OF NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN
       1989(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDS
    ALLOCATED                                       25111   1336      1
    NOT ALLOCATED                                   25120   1345      2

 P170. IMPUTATION OF POVERTY STATUS IN 1989(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED
    FILLER
      ALLOCATED                                     25129   1354      1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 25138   1363      2
    FILLER                                  25147   1372      3

H1-H50
                                                        STARTING
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 (MATRIX)                                    STARTING   WITHIN     (MATRIX)
 NUMBER    TABLE (MATRIX)                    POSITION   SEGMENT    COORDINATES

 H1. HOUSING UNITS(1) (1)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    TOTAL                                           25156   1381      1

 H2. UNWEIGHTED SAMPLE COUNT OF HOUSING UNITS(1) (1)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    TOTAL                                           25165   1390      1

 H3. 100 PERCENT COUNT OF HOUSING UNITS(1) (1)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    TOTAL                                           25174   1399      1

 H3A. PERCENT OF HOUSING UNITS IN SAMPLE(1) (1)
    1 IMPLIED DECIMAL(S)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    TOTAL                                           25183   1408      1

 H4. OCCUPANCY STATUS(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    OCCUPIED                                        25192   1417      1
    VACANT                                          25201   1426      2

 H5. URBAN AND RURAL(4) (4)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    URBAN:
      INSIDE URBANIZED AREA                         25210   1435      1
      OUTSIDE URBANIZED AREA                        25219   1444      2
    RURAL:
      FARM                                          25228   1453      3
      NONFARM                                       25237   1462      4

 H6. CONDOMINIUM STATUS(2) BY VACANCY STATUS(4) (8)
    UNIVERSE:  VACANT HOUSING UNITS
    CONDOMINIUM:
      FOR RENT                                      25246   1471      1,1
      FOR SALE ONLY                                 25255   1480      1,2
      FOR SEASONAL, RECREATIONAL, OR       25264   1489      1,3
       OCCASIONAL USE
      ALL OTHER VACANTS                             25273   1498      1,4
    NOT CONDOMINIUM:
      (REPEAT VACANCY STATUS)                       25282   1507      2,1

 H7. CONDOMINIUM STATUS(2) BY TENURE AND MORTGAGE
     STATUS(3) (6)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    CONDOMINIUM:
      OWNER OCCUPIED:
         WITH A MORTGAGE                            25318    1543      1,1
         NOT MORTGAGED                              25327    1552      1,2
      RENTER OCCUPIED                               25336    1561      1,3
    NOT CONDOMINIUM:
      (REPEAT TENURE AND MORTGAGE STATUS)           25345    1570      2,1

 H8. TENURE(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    OWNER OCCUPIED                                  25372  1597      1
    RENTER OCCUPIED                                 25381  1606      2

 H9. RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) (5)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    WHITE                                           25390  1615      1
    BLACK                                           25399  1624      2
    AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT               25408  1633      3
    ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER                       25417  1642      4
    OTHER RACE                                      25426  1651      5

 H10. TENURE
     (2) BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) (10)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    OWNER OCCUPIED:
      WHITE                                         25435   1660      1,1
      BLACK                                         25444   1669      1,2
      AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT             25453   1678      1,3
      ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER                     25462   1687      1,4
      OTHER RACE                                    25471   1696      1,5
    RENTER OCCUPIED:
      (REPEAT RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER)                  25480   1705      2,1

 H11. HISPANIC ORIGIN OF HOUSEHOLDER(2) BY RACE OF
       HOUSEHOLDER(5) (10)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN:
      WHITE                                         25525   1750      1,1
      BLACK                                         25534   1759      1,2
      AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT             25543   1768      1,3
      ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER                     25552   1777      1,4
      OTHER RACE                                    25561   1786      1,5
    HISPANIC ORIGIN:
      (REPEAT RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER)                  25570   1795      2,1

 H12. TENURE (2) BY RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) (10)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS WITH HOUSEHOLDER OF
      HISPANIC ORIGIN
    OWNER OCCUPIED:
      WHITE                                         25615   1840      1,1
      BLACK                                         25624   1849      1,2
      AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT             25633   1858      1,3
      ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER                     25642   1867      1,4
      OTHER RACE                                    25651   1876      1,5
    RENTER OCCUPIED:
      (REPEAT RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER)                  25660   1885      2,1

 H13. TENURE (2) BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(7) (14)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    OWNER OCCUPIED:
      15 TO 24 YEARS                                25705   1930      1,1
      25 TO 34 YEARS                                25714   1939      1,2
      35 TO 44 YEARS                                25723   1948      1,3
      45 TO 54 YEARS                                25732   1957      1,4
      55 TO 64 YEARS                                25741   1966      1,5
      65 TO 74 YEARS                                25750   1975      1,6
      75 YEARS AND OVER                             25759   1984      1,7
    RENTER OCCUPIED:
      (REPEAT AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER)                   25768   1993      2,1

 H14. AGGREGATE PERSONS(1) BY TENURE(2) BY RACE OF
       HOUSEHOLDER(5) (10)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS IN OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    TOTAL:
      OWNER OCCUPIED:
         WHITE                                      25831   2056      1,1,1
         BLACK                                      25840   2065      1,1,2
         AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT          25849   2074      1,1,3
         ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER                  25858   2083      1,1,4
         OTHER RACE                                 25867   2092      1,1,5
      RENTER OCCUPIED:
         (REPEAT RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER)               25876   2101      1,2,1

 H15. AGGREGRATE PERSONS(1) BY TENURE(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS IN OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS WITH
       HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
    TOTAL:
      OWNER OCCUPIED                                25921   2146      1,1
      RENTER OCCUPIED                               25930   2155      1,2

 H16. ROOMS(9) (9)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    1 ROOM                                          25939   2164      1
    2 ROOMS                                         25948   2173      2
    3 ROOMS                                         25957   2182      3
    4 ROOMS                                         25966   2182      4
    5 ROOMS                                         25975   2200      5
    6 ROOMS                                         25984   2209      6
    7 ROOMS                                         25993   2218      7
    8 ROOMS                                         26002   2227      8
    9 OR MORE ROOMS                                 26011   2236      9

 H17. AGGREGATE ROOMS(1) (1)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    TOTAL                                           26020   2245      1

 H18. TENURE
     (2) BY PERSONS IN UNIT(7) (14)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    OWNER OCCUPIED:
      1 PERSON                                      26029   2254      1,1
      2 PERSONS                                     26038   2263      1,2
      3 PERSONS                                     26047   2272      1,3
      4 PERSONS                                     26056   2281      1,4
      5 PERSONS                                     26065   2290      1,5
      6 PERSONS                                     26074   2299      1,6
      7 OR MORE PERSONS                             26083   2308      1,7
    RENTER OCCUPIED:
      (REPEAT PERSONS IN UNIT)                      26092   2317      2,1

 H19. AGGREGATE PERSONS(1) BY TENURE(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  PERSONS IN OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    TOTAL:
      OWNER OCCUPIED                                26155   2380      1,1
      RENTER OCCUPIED                               26164   2389      1,2

 H20. UNITS IN STRUCTURE(10) (10)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    1, DETACHED                                     26173   2398      1
    1, ATTACHED                                     26182   2407      2
    2                                               26191   2416      3
    3 OR 4                                          26200   2425      4
    5 TO 9                                          26209   2434      5
    10 TO 19                                        26218   2443      6
    20 TO 49                                        26227   2452      7
    50 OR MORE                                      26236   2461      8
    MOBILE HOME OR TRAILER                          26245   2470      9
    OTHER                                           26254   2479      10

 H21. UNITS IN STRUCTURE(10) (10)
    UNIVERSE:  VACANT HOUSING UNITS
    1, DETACHED                                     26263   2488      1
    1, ATTACHED                                     26272   2497      2
    2                                               26281   2506      3
    3 OR 4                                          26290   2515      4
    5 TO 9                                          26299   2524      5
    10 TO 19                                        26308   2533      6
    20 TO 49                                        26317   2542      7
    50 OR MORE                                      26326   2551      8
    MOBILE HOME OR TRAILER                          26335   2560      9
    OTHER                                           26344   2569      10

 H22. TENURE (2) BY UNITS IN STRUCTURE(10) (20)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    OWNER OCCUPIED:
      1, DETACHED                                   26353   2578      1,1
      1, ATTACHED                                   26362   2587      1,2
      2                                             26371   2596      1,3
      3 OR 4                                        26380   2605      1,4
      5 TO 9                                        26389   2614      1,5
      10 TO 19                                      26398   2623      1,6
      20 TO 49                                      26407   2632      1,7
      50 OR MORE                                    26416   2641      1,8
      MOBILE HOME OR TRAILER                        26425   2650      1,9
      OTHER                                         26434   2659      1,10
    RENTER OCCUPIED:
      (REPEAT UNITS IN STRUCTURE)                   26443   2668      2,1

 H23. SOURCE OF WATER(4) (4)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    PUBLIC SYSTEM OR PRIVATE COMPANY                26533   2758      1
    INDIVIDUAL WELL:
      DRILLED                                       26542   2767      2
      DUG                                           26551   2776      3
    SOME OTHER SOURCE                               26560   2785      4

 H24. SEWAGE DISPOSAL(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    PUBLIC SEWER                                    26569   2794      1
    SEPTIC TANK OR CESSPOOL                         26578   2803      2
    OTHER MEANS                                     26587   2812      3

 H25. YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT(8) (8)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    1989 TO MARCH 1990                              26596   2821      1
    1985 TO 1988                                    26605   2830      2
    1980 TO 1984                                    26614   2839      3
    1970 TO 1979                                    26623   2848      4
    1960 TO 1969                                    26632   2857      5
    1950 TO 1959                                    26641   2866      6
    1940 TO 1949                                    26650   2875      7
    1939 OR EARLIER                                 26659   2884      8

 H25A. MEDIAN YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT(1) (1)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    MEDIAN YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT                     26668   2893      1

 H26. YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT(8) (8)
    UNIVERSE:  VACANT HOUSING UNITS
    1989 TO MARCH 1990                              26677   2902      1
    1985 TO 1988                                    26686   2911      2
    1980 TO 1984                                    26695   2920      3
    1970 TO 1979                                    26704   2929      4
    1960 TO 1969                                    26713   2938      5
    1950 TO 1959                                    26722   2947      6
    1940 TO 1949                                    26731   2956      7
    1939 OR EARLIER                                 26740   2965      8

 H27. TENURE (2) BY YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT(8) (16)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    OWNER OCCUPIED:
      1989 TO MARCH 1990                            26749   2974      1,1
      1985 TO 1988                                  26758   2983      1,2
      1980 TO 1984                                  26767   2992      1,3
      1970 TO 1979                                  26776   3001      1,4
      1960 TO 1969                                  26785   3010      1,5
      1950 TO 1959                                  26794   3019      1,6
      1940 TO 1949                                  26803   3028      1,7
      1939 OR EARLIER                               26812   3037      1,8
    RENTER OCCUPIED:
      (REPEAT YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT)                 26821   3046      2,1

 H28. YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT(6) (6)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    1989 TO MARCH 1990                              26893   3118      1
    1985 TO 1988                                    26902   3127      2
    1980 TO 1984                                    26911   3136      3
    1970 TO 1979                                    26920   3145      4
    1960 TO 1969                                    26929   3154      5
    1959 OR EARLIER                                 26938   3163      6

 H29. TENURE (2) BY YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT(6) (12)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    OWNER OCCUPIED:
      1989 TO MARCH 1990                            26947   3172      1,1
      1985 TO 1988                                  26956   3181      1,2
      1980 TO 1984                                  26965   3190      1,3
      1970 TO 1979                                  26974   3199      1,4
      1960 TO 1969                                  26983   3208      1,5
      1959 OR EARLIER                               26992   3217      1,6
    RENTER OCCUPIED:
      (REPEAT YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED
        INTO UNIT)                                  27001   3226      2,1

 H30. HOUSE HEATING FUEL(9) (9)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    UTILITY GAS                                     27055   3280      1
    BOTTLED, TANK, OR LP GAS                        27064   3289      2
    ELECTRICITY                                     27073   3298      3
    FUEL OIL, KEROSENE, ETC.                        27082   3307      4
    COAL OR COKE                                    27091   3316      5
    WOOD                                            27100   3325      6
    SOLAR ENERGY                                    27109   3334      7
    OTHER FUEL                                      27118   3343      8
    NO FUEL USED                                    27127   3352      9

 H31. BEDROOMS(6) (6)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    NO BEDROOM                                      27136   3361      1
    1 BEDROOM                                       27145   3370      2
    2 BEDROOMS                                      27154   3379      3
    3 BEDROOMS                                      27163   3388      4
    4 BEDROOMS                                      27172   3397      5
    5 OR MORE BEDROOMS                              27181   3406      6

 H32. BEDROOMS(6) (6)
    UNIVERSE:  VACANT HOUSING UNITS
    NO BEDROOM                                      27190   3415      1
    1 BEDROOM                                       27199   3424      2
    2 BEDROOMS                                      27208   3433      3
    3 BEDROOMS                                      27217   3442      4
    4 BEDROOMS                                      27226   3451      5
    5 OR MORE BEDROOMS                              27235   3460      6

 H33. TENURE (2) BY BEDROOMS(6) (12)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    OWNER OCCUPIED:
      NO BEDROOM                                    27244   3469      1,1
      1 BEDROOM                                     27253   3478      1,2
      2 BEDROOMS                                    27262   3487      1,3
      3 BEDROOMS                                    27271   3496      1,4
      4 BEDROOMS                                    27280   3505      1,5
      5 OR MORE BEDROOMS                            27289   3514      1,6
    RENTER OCCUPIED:
      (REPEAT BEDROOMS)                             27298   3523      2,1

 H34. BEDROOMS(4) BY GROSS RENT(7) (28)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    NO BEDROOM:
      WITH CASH RENT:
         LESS THAN $200                             27352   3577      1,1
         $200 TO $299                               27361   3586      1,2
         $300 TO $499                               27370   3595      1,3
         $500 TO $749                               27379   3604      1,4
         $750 TO $999                               27388   3613      1,5
         $1,000 OR MORE                             27397   3622      1,6
      NO CASH RENT                                  27406   3631      1,7
    1 BEDROOM:
      (REPEAT GROSS RENT)                           27415   3640      2,1
    2 BEDROOMS:
      (REPEAT GROSS RENT)                           27478   3703      3,1
    3 OR MORE BEDROOMS:
      (REPEAT GROSS RENT)                           27541   3766      4,1

 H35. TENURE (2) BY TELEPHONE IN HOUSING UNIT(2) (4)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    OWNER OCCUPIED:
      WITH TELEPHONE                                27604   3829      1,1
      NO TELEPHONE                                  27613   3838      1,2
    RENTER OCCUPIED:
      (REPEAT TELEPHONE IN HOUSING UNIT)            27622   3847      2,1

 H36. AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(4) BY TELEPHONE IN HOUSING UNIT(2) (8)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    15 TO 59 YEARS:
      WITH TELEPHONE                                27640   3865      1,1
      NO TELEPHONE                                  27649   3874      1,2
    60 TO 64 YEARS:
      (REPEAT TELEPHONE IN HOUSING UNIT)            27658   3883      2,1
    65 TO 74 YEARS:
      (REPEAT TELEPHONE IN HOUSING UNIT)            27676   3901      3,1
    75 YEARS AND OVER:
      (REPEAT TELEPHONE IN HOUSING UNIT)            27694   3919      4,1

 H46. HISPANIC ORIGIN(2) BY GROSS RENT(7) (14)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN:
      WITH CASH RENT:
         LESS THAN $200                             28492   4717      1,1
         $200 TO $299                               28501   4726      1,2
         $300 TO $499                               28510   4735      1,3
         $500 TO $749                               28519   4744      1,4
         $750 TO $999                               28528   4753      1,5
         $1,000 OR MORE                             28537   4762      1,6
      NO CASH RENT                                  28546   4771      1,7
    HISPANIC ORIGIN:
      (REPEAT GROSS RENT)                           28555   4780      2,1

 H47. MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER OCCUPIED
     HOUSING UNITS PAYING CASH RENT
    MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT                          28618   4843      1
    NO MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT                       28627   4852      2

 H48. AGGREGATE GROSS RENT(1) BY MEALS
      INCLUDED IN RENT(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER OCCUPIED
     HOUSING UNITS PAYING CASH RENT
    TOTAL:
      MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT                        28636   4861      1,1
      NO MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT                     28651   4876      1,2

 H49. INCLUSION OF UTILITIES IN RENT(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    PAY EXTRA FOR 1 OR MORE UTILITIES               28666   4891      1
    NO EXTRA PAYMENT FOR ANY UTILITIES              28675   4900      2

 H50. HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(5) BY GROSS RENT AS A
       PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(6) (30)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    LESS THAN $10,000:
      LESS THAN 20 PERCENT                          28684   4909      1,1
      20 TO 24 PERCENT                              28693   4918      1,2
      25 TO 29 PERCENT                              28702   4927      1,3
      30 TO 34 PERCENT                              28711   4936      1,4
      35 PERCENT OR MORE                            28720   4945      1,5
      NOT COMPUTED                                  28729   4954      1,6
    $10,000 TO $19,999:
      (REPEAT GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF
        HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)                   28738   4963      2,1
    $20,000 TO $34,999:
      (REPEAT GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF
        HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)                   28792   5017      3,1
    $35,000 TO $49,999:
      (REPEAT GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF
        HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)                   28846   5071      4,1
    $50,000 OR MORE:
      (REPEAT GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF
        HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)                    28900  5125      5,1

 H50A. MEDIAN GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD
       INCOME IN 1989(1) (1)
    1 IMPLIED DECIMAL(S)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER OCCUPIED
     HOUSING UNITS PAYING CASH RENT
    MEDIAN GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF
     HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989                       28954   5159      1

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 H51. AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(2) BY GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE
       OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(6) (12)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    15 TO 64 YEARS:
      LESS THAN 20 PERCENT                          28963   5188      1,1
      20 TO 24 PERCENT                              28972   5197      1,2
      25 TO 29 PERCENT                              28981   5206      1,3
      30 TO 34 PERCENT                              28990   5215      1,4
      35 PERCENT OR MORE                            28999   5224      1,5
      NOT COMPUTED                                  29008   5233      1,6
    65 YEARS AND OVER:
      (REPEAT GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE
        OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989)                29017   5242      2,1

 H52. MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER
       COSTS(21) (21)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    WITH A MORTGAGE:
      LESS THAN $200                                29071   5296      1
      $200 TO $299                                  29080   5305      2
      $300 TO $399                                  29089   5314      3
      $400 TO $499                                  29098   5323      4
      $500 TO $599                                  29107   5332      5
      $600 TO $699                                  29116   5341      6
      $700 TO $799                                  29125   5350      7
      $800 TO $899                                  29134   5359      8
      $900 TO $999                                  29143   5368      9
      $1,000 TO $1,249                              29152   5377      10
      $1,250 TO $1,499                              29161   5386      11
      $1,500 TO $1,999                              29170   5395      12
      $2,000 OR MORE                                29179   5404      13
    NOT MORTGAGED:
      LESS THAN $100                                29188   5413      14
      $100 TO $149                                  29197   5422      15
      $150 TO $199                                  29206   5431      16
      $200 TO $249                                  29215   5440      17
      $250 TO $299                                  29224   5449      18
      $300 TO $349                                  29233   5458      19
      $350 TO $399                                  29242   5467      20
      $400 OR MORE                                  29251   5476      21

 H52A. MEDIAN SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AND MORTGAGE
       STATUS(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    WITH A MORTGAGE                                 29260   5485      1
    NOT MORTGAGED                                   29269   5494      2

 H53. AGGREGATE SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS(1) BY
       MORTGAGE STATUS(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    TOTAL:
      WITH A MORTGAGE                               29278   5503      1,1
      NOT MORTGAGED                                 29293   5518      1,2

 H54. RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) BY MORTGAGE STATUS AND
       SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS(11) (55)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    WHITE:
      WITH A MORTGAGE:
         LESS THAN $300                             29308   5533      1,1
         $300 TO $499                               29317   5542      1,2
         $500 TO $699                               29326   5551      1,3
         $700 TO $999                               29335   5560      1,4
         $1,000 TO $1,499                           29344   5569      1,5
         $1,500 OR MORE                             29353   5578      1,6
      NOT MORTGAGED:
         LESS THAN $100                             29362   5587      1,7
         $100 TO $199                               29371   5596      1,8
         $200 TO $299                               29380   5605      1,9
         $300 TO $399                               29389   5614      1,10
         $400 OR MORE                               29398   5623      1,11
    BLACK:
      (REPEAT MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED
        MONTHLY OWNER COSTS)                        29407   5632      2,1
    AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
      (REPEAT MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED
       MONTHLY  OWNER COSTS)                        29506   5731      3,1
    ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
      (REPEAT MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED
        MONTHLY OWNER COSTS)                        29605   5830      4,1
    OTHER RACE:
      (REPEAT MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED
        MONTHLY OWNER COSTS)                        29704   5929      5,1

 H55. MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER
       COSTS(11) (11)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS WITH
       HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
    WITH A MORTGAGE:
      LESS THAN $300                                29803   6028      1
      $300 TO $499                                  29812   6037      2
      $500 TO $699                                  29821   6046      3
      $700 TO $999                                  29830   6055      4
      $1,000 TO $1,499                              29839   6064      5
      $1,500 OR MORE                                29848   6073      6
    NOT MORTGAGED:
      LESS THAN $100                                29857   6082      7
      $100 TO $199                                  29866   6091      8
      $200 TO $299                                  29875   6100      9
      $300 TO $399                                  29884   6109      10
      $400 OR MORE                                  29893   6118      11

 H56. AGGREGATE SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS(1) BY
       MORTGAGE STATUS(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  OWNER OCCUPIED MOBILE HOMES OR TRAILERS
    TOTAL:
      WITH A MORTGAGE                               29902   6127      1,1
      NOT MORTGAGED                                 29917   6142      1,2

 H57. AGGREGATE SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS(1) BY
       MORTGAGE STATUS(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  OWNER OCCUPIED CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS
    TOTAL:
      WITH A MORTGAGE                               29932   6157      1,1
      NOT MORTGAGED                                 29947   6172      1,2

 H58. MORTGAGE STATUS(2) BY SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER
       COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN
       1989(6) (12)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    WITH A MORTGAGE:
      LESS THAN 20 PERCENT                          29962   6187      1,1
      20 TO 24 PERCENT                              29971   6196      1,2
      25 TO 29 PERCENT                              29980   6205      1,3
      30 TO 34 PERCENT                              29989   6214      1,4
      35 PERCENT OR MORE                            29998   6223      1,5
      NOT COMPUTED                                  30007   6232      1,6
    NOT MORTGAGED:
      (REPEAT SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER
        COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD
        INCOME IN 1989)                             30016   6241      2,1

 H58A. MEDIAN SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A
       PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989 AND
       MORTGAGE STATUS(2) (2)
    1 IMPLIED DECIMAL(S)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    WITH A MORTGAGE                                 30070   6295      1
    NOT MORTGAGED                                   30079   6304      2

 H59. HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(5) BY SELECTED MONTHLY
       OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD
       INCOME IN 1989(6) (30)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    LESS THAN $10,000:
      LESS THAN 20 PERCENT                          30088   6313      1,1
      20 TO 24 PERCENT                              30097   6322      1,2
      25 TO 29 PERCENT                              30106   6331      1,3
      30 TO 34 PERCENT                              30115   6340      1,4
      35 PERCENT OR MORE                            30124   6349      1,5
      NOT COMPUTED                                  30133   6358      1,6
    $10,000 TO $19,999:
      (REPEAT SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS
        AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME
        IN 1989)                                    30142   6367      2,1
    $20,000 TO $34,999:
      (REPEAT SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS
        AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME
        IN 1989)                                    30196   6421      3,1
    $35,000 TO $49,999:
      (REPEAT SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS
        AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME
        IN 1989)                                    30250   6475      4,1
    $50,000 OR MORE:
      (REPEAT SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS
        AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME
        IN 1989)                                    30304   6529      5,1

 H60. AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(2) BY SELECTED MONTHLY
       OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD
       INCOME IN 1989(6) (12)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    15 TO 64 YEARS:
      LESS THAN 20 PERCENT                          30358   6583      1,1
      20 TO 24 PERCENT                              30367   6592      1,2
      25 TO 29 PERCENT                              30376   6601      1,3
      30 TO 34 PERCENT                              30385   6610      1,4
      35 PERCENT OR MORE                            30394   6619      1,5
      NOT COMPUTED                                  30403   6628      1,6
    65 YEARS AND OVER:
      (REPEAT SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS
        AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME
        IN 1989)                                    30412   6637      2,1

 H61. VALUE(20) (20)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER OCCUPIED
     HOUSING UNITS
    LESS THAN $15,000                               30466   6691      1
    $15,000 TO $19,999                              30475   6700      2
    $20,000 TO $24,999                              30484   6709      3
    $25,000 TO $29,999                              30493   6718      4
    $30,000 TO $34,999                              30502   6727      5
    $35,000 TO $39,999                              30511   6736      6
    $40,000 TO $44,999                              30520   6745      7
    $45,000 TO $49,999                              30529   6754      8
    $50,000 TO $59,999                              30538   6763      9
    $60,000 TO $74,999                              30547   6772      10
    $75,000 TO $99,999                              30556   6781      11
    $100,000 TO $124,999                            30565   6790      12
    $125,000 TO $149,999                            30574   6799      13
    $150,000 TO $174,999                            30583   6808      14
    $175,000 TO $199,999                            30592   6817      15
    $200,000 TO $249,999                            30601   6826      16
    $250,000 TO $299,999                            30610   6835      17
    $300,000 TO $399,999                            30619   6844      18
    $400,000 TO $499,999                            30628   6853      19
    $500,000 OR MORE                                30637   6862      20

 H61A. MEDIAN VALUE(1) (1)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    MEDIAN VALUE                                    30646   6871      1

 H62. AGGREGATE VALUE(1) BY MORTGAGE STATUS(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    TOTAL:
      WITH A MORTGAGE                               30655   6880      1,1
      NOT MORTGAGED                                 30670   6895      1,2

 H63. AGGREGATE HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989(1) BY TENURE
       AND MORTGAGE STATUS(3) (3)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    TOTAL:
      OWNER OCCUPIED:
         WITH A MORTGAGE                            30685   6910      1,1
         NOT MORTGAGED                              30700   6925      1,2
      RENTER OCCUPIED                               30715   6940      1,3

 H64. PLUMBING FACILITIES(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES                    30730   6955      1
    LACKING COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES            30739   6964      2

 H65. PLUMBING FACILITIES(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  VACANT HOUSING UNITS
    COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES                    30748   6973      1
    LACKING COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES            30757   6982      2

 H66. RACE OF HOUSEHOLDER(5) BY PLUMBING FACILITIES(2) (10)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    WHITE:
      COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES                  30766   6991      1,1
      LACKING COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES          30775   7000      1,2
    BLACK:
      (REPEAT PLUMBING FACILITIES)                  30784   7009      2,1
    ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER:
      (REPEAT PLUMBING FACILITIES)                  30802   7027      4,1
    AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT:
      (REPEAT PLUMBING FACILITIES)                  30820   7045      3,1
    OTHER RACE:
      (REPEAT PLUMBING FACILITIES)                  30838   7063      5,1

 H67. PLUMBING FACILITIES(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS WITH HOUSEHOLDER
      OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
    COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES                    30856   7081      1
    LACKING COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES            30865   7090      2

 H68. AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER(2) BY PLUMBING FACILITIES(2) (4)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    15 TO 64 YEARS:
      COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES                  30874   7099      1,1
      LACKING COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES          30883   7108      1,2
    65 YEARS AND OVER:
      (REPEAT PLUMBING FACILITIES)                  30892   7117      2,1

 H69. TENURE (2) BY PLUMBING FACILITIES(2) BY PERSONS
     PER ROOM(3) (12)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    OWNER OCCUPIED:
      COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES:
         1.00 OR LESS                               30910   7135      1,1,1
         1.01 TO 1.50                               30919   7144      1,1,2
         1.51 OR MORE                               30928   7153      1,1,3
      LACKING COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES:
         (REPEAT PERSONS PER ROOM)                  30937   7162      1,2,1
    RENTER OCCUPIED:
      (REPEAT PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS
        PER ROOM)                                   30964   7189      2,1,1

 H70. PLUMBING FACILITIES(2) BY UNITS IN STRUCTURE(10) (20)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES:
      1, DETACHED                                   31018   7243      1,1
      1, ATTACHED                                   31027   7252      1,2
      2                                             31036   7261      1,3
      3 OR 4                                        31045   7270      1,4
      5 TO 9                                        31054   7279      1,5
      10 TO 19                                      31063   7288      1,6
      20 TO 49                                      31072   7297      1,7
      50 OR MORE                                    31081   7306      1,8
      MOBILE HOME OR TRAILER                        31090   7315      1,9
      OTHER                                         31099   7324      1,10
    LACKING COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES:
      (REPEAT UNITS IN STRUCTURE)                   31108   7333      2,1

 H71. PLUMBING FACILITIES(2) BY PERSONS PER ROOM(2)
       BY YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT(2) (8)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES:
      1.00 OR LESS:
         1940 TO MARCH 1990                         31198   7423      1,1,1
         1939 OR EARLIER                            31207   7432      1,1,2
      1.01 OR MORE:
         (REPEAT YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT)              31216   7441      1,2,1
    LACKING COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES:
      (REPEAT PERSONS PER ROOM BY YEAR STRUCTURE
        BUILT)                                      31234   7459      2,1,1

 H72. IMPUTATION OF HOUSING ITEMS(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    NO ITEMS ALLOCATED                              31270   7495      1
    ONE OR MORE ITEMS ALLOCATED                     31279   7504      2

 H73. IMPUTATION OF CONDOMINIUM STATUS(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    ALLOCATED                                       31288   7513      1
    NOT ALLOCATED                                   31297   7522      2

 H74. IMPUTATION OF PLUMBING FACILITIES(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    ALLOCATED                                       31306   7531      1
    NOT ALLOCATED                                   31315   7540      2

 H75. IMPUTATION OF SOURCE OF WATER(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    ALLOCATED                                       31324   7549      1
    NOT ALLOCATED                                   31333   7558      2

 H76. IMPUTATION OF SEWAGE DISPOSAL(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    ALLOCATED                                       31342   7567      1
    NOT ALLOCATED                                   31351   7576      2

 H77. IMPUTATION OF YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    ALLOCATED                                       31360   7585      1
    NOT ALLOCATED                                   31369   7594      2

 H78. IMPUTATION OF YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO
      UNIT(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    ALLOCATED                                       31378   7603      1
    NOT ALLOCATED                                   31387   7612      2

 H79. IMPUTATION OF HOUSE HEATING FUEL(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    ALLOCATED                                       31396   7621      1
    NOT ALLOCATED                                   31405   7630      2


 H80. IMPUTATION OF KITCHEN FACILITIES(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    ALLOCATED                                       31414   7639      1
    NOT ALLOCATED                                   31423   7648      2

 H81. IMPUTATION OF BEDROOMS(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    ALLOCATED                                       31432   7657      1
    NOT ALLOCATED                                   31441   7666      2

 H82. IMPUTATION OF TELEPHONE IN HOUSING UNIT(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    ALLOCATED                                       31450   7675      1
    NOT ALLOCATED                                   31459   7684      2

 H83. IMPUTATION OF VEHICLES AVAILABLE(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    ALLOCATED                                       31468   7693      1
    NOT ALLOCATED                                   31477   7702      2

 H84. IMPUTATION OF MORTGAGE STATUS(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    ALLOCATED                                       31486   7711      1
    NOT ALLOCATED                                   31495   7720      2

 H85. IMPUTATION OF TENURE(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    ALLOCATED                                       31504  7729      1
    NOT ALLOCATED                                   31513  7738      2

 H86. IMPUTATION OF VACANCY STATUS(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  VACANT HOUSING UNITS
    ALLOCATED                                       31522  7747      1
    NOT ALLOCATED                                   31531  7756      2

 H87. IMPUTATION OF ROOMS(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    ALLOCATED                                       31540  7765      1
    NOT ALLOCATED                                   31549  7774      2

 H88. IMPUTATION OF UNITS IN STRUCTURE(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  HOUSING UNITS
    ALLOCATED                                       31558  7783      1
    NOT ALLOCATED                                   31567  7792      2

 H89. IMPUTATION OF VALUE(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    ALLOCATED                                       31576  7801      1
    NOT ALLOCATED                                   31585  7810      2

 H90. IMPUTATION OF MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS PAYING
      CASH RENT
    ALLOCATED                                       31594  7819      1
    NOT ALLOCATED                                   31603  7828      2

 H91. IMPUTATION OF GROSS RENT(2) (2)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED RENTER OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    ALLOCATED                                       31612  7837      1
    NOT ALLOCATED                                   31621  7846      2

 H92. IMPUTATION OF MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED
       MONTHLY OWNER COSTS(4) (4)
    UNIVERSE:  SPECIFIED OWNER OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS
    WITH A MORTGAGE:
      ALLOCATED                                     31630  7855      1
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 31639  7864      2
    NOT MORTGAGED:
      ALLOCATED                                     31648  7873      3
      NOT ALLOCATED                                 31657  7882      4

    FILLER                                          31666  7891
    END OF RECORD
SUMMARY LEVEL SEQUENCE CHARTS

STF 3A
                                                        SUMMARY GEOGRAPHIC
                                                          LEVEL COMPONENT
 SUMMARY LEVEL AREA                                         CODE   CODE

 STATE                                                      040    00 40
                                                                   42-44
  STATE--COUNTY                                             050       00

    STATE--COUNTY--COUNTY SUBDIVISION                       060       00

      STATE--COUNTY--COUNTY SUBDIVISION--PLACE/REMAINDER    070       00

        STATE--COUNTY--COUNTY SUBDIVISION--PLACE/
         REMAINDER--CENSUS TRACT/BLOCK NUMBERING AREA       080       00

          STATE--COUNTY--COUNTY SUBDIVISION--PLACE/         090       00
           REMAINDER--CENSUS  TRACT/BLOCK NUMBERING
           AREA--AMERICAN INDIAN/ALASKA NATIVE
           AREA/REMAINDER--RESERVATION/TRUST LANDS/
           REMAINDER--ALASKA NATIVE REGIONAL
           CORPORATION/REMAINDER--URBANIZED AREA/
           REMAINDER--URBAN/RURAL--CONGRESSIONAL
           DISTRICT--BLOCK  GROUP

 STATE--COUNTY--CENSUS TRACT/BLOCK NUMBERING AREA            140      00

 STATE--COUNTY--CENSUS TRACT/BLOCK NUMBERING AREA--
  BLOCK GROUP                                                150      00

 STATE--PLACE--COUNTY                                        155      00

 STATE--PLACE                                                160      00

 STATE--CONSOLIDATED CITY                                    170      00

 STATE--AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION WITH TRUST LANDS         210      00

  STATE--AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION WITH TRUST LANDS;
    RESERVATION ONLY                                         211      00

     AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION (RESERVATION WITH OR        220      00
     WITHOUT TRUST LANDS; RESERVATION ONLY)/TRIBAL
     JURISDICTION STATISTICAL AREA/TRIBAL DESIGNATED
     STATISTICAL AREA/ALASKA NATIVE VILLAGE STATISTICAL
     AREA-STATE-COUNTY

  STATE--AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION WITH TRUST LANDS;      212       00
   TRUST LANDS ONLY

    AMERICAN INDIAN TRUST LANDS (TRUST LANDS WITH OR        221       00
     WITHOUT RESERVATION; TRUST LANDS ONLY)-STATE-COUNTY

 STATE--AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION WITH NO TRUST            215      00
  LANDS/TRIBAL JURISDICTION STATISTICAL AREA/TRIBAL
  DESIGNATED STATISTICAL AREA/ALASKA NATIVE VILLAGE
  STATISTICAL AREA

  AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION (RESERVATION WITH OR          220       00
   WITHOUT TRUST LANDS; RESERVATION ONLY)/TRIBAL
   JURISDICTION STATISTICAL AREA/TRIBAL DESIGNATED
   STATISTICAL AREA/ALASKA NATIVE VILLAGE STATISTICAL
   AREA-STATE-COUNTY

 STATE--AMERICAN INDIAN TRUST LANDS (TRUST LANDS WITH        216      00
   NO RESERVATION)

   AMERICAN INDIAN TRUST LANDS (TRUST LANDS WITH OR          221      00
   WITHOUT RESERVATION; TRUST LANDS ONLY)-STATE-COUNTY

 STATE--ALASKA NATIVE REGIONAL CORPORATION                   230      00

 STATE--METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA/CONSOLIDATED           319      00
 METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA

  METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (NO CMSAS)-STATE-CENTRAL    340       00
   CITY
  METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (NO CMSAS)-STATE-COUNTY     329       00

  STATE--CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA-PRIMARY 321       00
   METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA

    CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA-PRIMARY      341       00
     METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA-STATE-CENTRAL CITY

    CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA-PRIMARY      331       00
     METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA-STATE-COUNTY

 STATE--URBANIZED AREA                                      420       00

  URBANIZED AREA--STATE-CENTRAL PLACE                       460       00

  URBANIZED AREA--STATE-COUNTY                              430       00

    URBANIZED AREA--STATE-COUNTY-COUNTY SUBDIVISION         440       00

      URBANIZED AREA--STATE-COUNTY-COUNTY SUBDIVISION-PLACE 450       00

STF 3B

 ZIP CODE                                                   800       00

  ZIP CODE--STATE                                           810       00

    ZIP CODE--STATE-COUNTY                                  820       00

STF 3C

 UNITED STATES                                              010   00 01-11
                                                                  20-28
                                                                  30-36 40
                                                                  42-44

 REGION                                                     020   00 01-11
                                                                  20-28
                                                                  30-36 40
                                                                  42-44

 DIVISION                                                   030   00 01-11
                                                                  20-28
                                                                  30-36 40
                                                                  42-44

 STATE                                                      040   00 01-11
                                                                  20-28
                                                                  30-36 40
                                                                  42-44

  STATE--COUNTY                                             050      00

  STATE (12 STATES ONLY--CT, ME, MA, MI, MN,                061      00
   NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VT, WI)   COUNTY SUBDIVISION
   (10,000 OR MORE PERSONS)

  STATE (6 STATES ONLY--CT, ME, MA, NH, RI, VT)-COUNTY      062      00
   SUBDIVISION (UNDER 10,000 PERSONS AND IN AN MSA/CMSA)

  STATE--PLACE (10,000 OR MORE PERSONS)                     161      00

  STATE--CONSOLIDATED CITY                                  170      00

 AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION WITH TRUST LANDS               200      00

  AMERICAN INDIAN RES

 BLOCK NUMBERING AREA (BNA) (SEE CENSUS TRACT AND BLOCK NUMBERING
 AREA)

 BOROUGH (SEE COUNTY SUBDIVISION, SEE PLACE)

 BOROUGH AND CENSUS AREA (ALASKA) (SEE COUNTY)

 BOUNDARY CHANGES A-4

 CENSUS AREA (ALASKA) (SEE COUNTY)

 CENSUS BLOCK (SEE BLOCK)

 CENSUS CODE (SEE GEOGRAPHIC CODE)

 CENSUS COUNTY DIVISION (CCD) (SEE COUNTY SUBDIVISION)

 CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACE (CDP) (SEE PLACE)

 CENSUS DIVISION (SEE CENSUS REGION AND CENSUS DIVISION)

 CENSUS GEOGRAPHIC CODE (SEE GEOGRAPHIC CODE)

 CENSUS REGION AND CENSUS DIVISION A-4

 CENSUS SUBAREA (ALASKA) (SEE COUNTY SUBDIVISION)

 CENSUS TRACT AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREA A-5

 CENTRAL CITY (SEE METROPOLITAN AREA)

 CENTRAL PLACE (SEE URBANIZED AREA)

 CITY (SEE PLACE)

 CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT (CD) A-6

 CONSOLIDATED CITY (SEE PLACE)

 CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (CMSA)
   (SEE METROPOLITAN AREA)

 COUNTY A-6

 COUNTY SUBDIVISION A-6

 CREWS OF VESSELS (SEE AREA MEASUREMENT, SEE BLOCK, SEE
   CENSUS TRACT AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREA)

 DIVISION (SEE CENSUS REGION AND DIVISION, SEE COUNTY SUBDIVISION)


 ELECTION DISTRICT (SEE COUNTY SUBDIVISION, SEE VOTING DISTRICT)

 EXTENDED CITY (SEE URBAN AND RURAL)

 FARM (SEE URBAN AND RURAL)

 FEDERAL INFORMATION PROCESSING STANDARDS (FIPS) CODE

 (SEE GEOGRAPHIC CODE)

 GEOGRAPHIC BLOCK GROUP (SEE BLOCK GROUP)

 GEOGRAPHIC CODE A-7

 GEOGRAPHIC PRESENTATION A-7

 GORE (SEE COUNTY SUBDIVISION)

 GRANT (SEE COUNTY SUBDIVISION)

 GUAM (SEE OUTLYING AREAS OF THE UNITED STATES, SEE STATE)

 HIERARCHICAL PRESENTATION (SEE GEOGRAPHIC PRESENTATION)

 HISTORIC AREAS OF OKLAHOMA (SEE AMERICAN INDIAN AND
   ALASKA NATIVE AREA, TRIBAL JURISDICTION STATISTICAL AREA)

 HISTORICAL COUNTS A-8

 INCORPORATED PLACE (SEE PLACE)

 INDEPENDENT CITY (SEE COUNTY)

 INTERNAL POINT A-8

 INVENTORY PRESENTATION (SEE GEOGRAPHIC PRESENTATION)

 LAND AREA (SEE AREA MEASUREMENT)

 LATITUDE (SEE INTERNAL POINT)

 LONGITUDE (SEE INTERNAL POINT)

 MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT (SEE COUNTY SUBDIVISION)

 METROPOLITAN AREA (MA) A-8

 METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (MSA) (SEE METROPOLITAN AREA)

 MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD) (SEE COUNTY SUBDIVISION)

 NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS (SEE OUTLYING AREAS OF THE UNITED
   STATES, SEE STATE)

 OUTLYING AREAS OF THE UNITED STATESA-9

 PALAU (SEE OUTLYING AREAS OF THE UNITED STATES, SEE STATE)

 PARISH (LOUISIANA) (SEE COUNTY)

 PARISH GOVERNING AUTHORITY DISTRICT (SEE COUNTY SUBDIVISION)

 PLACEA-9

 PLANTATION (SEE COUNTY SUBDIVISION)

 POPULATION OR HOUSING UNIT DENSITY A-10

 PRECINCT (SEE COUNTY SUBDIVISION, SEE VOTING DISTRICT)

 PRIMARY METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (PMSA)
   (SEE METROPOLITAN AREA)

 PUERTO RICO (SEE OUTLYING AREAS OF THE UNITED STATES, SEE STATE)

 PURCHASE (SEE COUNTY SUBDIVISION)

 REGION (SEE CENSUS REGION AND CENSUS DIVISION)

 RURAL (SEE URBAN AND RURAL)

 SELECTED STATES (SEE COUNTY SUBDIVISION, SEE STATE)

 STATE A-11

 SUPERVISORS' DISTRICT (SEE COUNTY SUBDIVISION)

 TABULATION BLOCK GROUP (SEE BLOCK GROUP)

 TIGER A-11

 TOWN (SEE COUNTY SUBDIVISION, SEE PLACE)

 TOWNSHIP (SEE COUNTY SUBDIVISION)

 TRACT (SEE CENSUS TRACT AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREA)

 TRIBAL DESIGNATED STATISTICAL AREA (TDSA)
   (SEE AMERICAN  INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE AREA)

 TRIBAL JURISDICTION STATISTICAL AREA (TJSA)
   (SEE AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE AREA)

 TRUST LAND (SEE AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE AREA)

 UNITED STATES A-11

 UNORGANIZED TERRITORY (UNORG.) (SEE COUNTY SUBDIVISION)

 URBAN AND RURAL A-11

 URBANIZED AREA (UA)A-12

 VILLAGE (SEE PLACE)

 VIRGIN ISLANDS (SEE OUTLYING AREAS OF THE UNITED STATES, SEE
 STATE)

 VOTING DISTRICT (VTD) A-12

 WATER AREA (SEE AREA MEASUREMENT)

 ZIP CODE\R A-13

 THESE DEFINITIONS ARE FOR ALL GEOGRAPHIC ENTITIES AND CONCEPTS THAT THE CENSUS
 BUREAU WILL INCLUDE IN ITS STANDARD 1990 CENSUS DATA PRODUCTS. NOT ALL
 ENTITIES AND CONCEPTS ARE SHOWN IN ANY ONE 1990 CENSUS DATA PRODUCT. FOR A
 DESCRIPTION OF GEOGRAPHIC AREAS INCLUDED IN EACH DATA PRODUCT, SEE APPENDIX F.
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS

AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE AREA
ALASKA NATIVE REGIONAL CORPORATION (ANRC)

 ALASKA NATIVE REGIONAL CORPORATIONS (ANRC'S) ARE CORPORATE ENTITIES
 ESTABLISHED UNDER THE ALASKA NATIVE CLAIMS SETTLEMENT ACT OF 1972, PUBLIC LAW
 92-203, AS AMENDED BY PUBLIC LAW 94-204, TO CONDUCT BOTH BUSINESS AND NON-
 PROFIT AFFAIRS OF ALASKA NATIVES. ALASKA IS DIVIDED INTO 12 ANRC'S THAT COVER
 THE ENTIRE STATE, EXCEPT FOR THE ANNETTE ISLANDS RESERVE. THE BOUNDARIES OF
 THE 12 ANRC'S WERE ESTABLISHED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, IN COOPERA-
 TION WITH ALASKA NATIVES. EACH ANRC WAS DESIGNED TO INCLUDE, AS FAR AS PRAC-
 TICABLE, ALASKA NATIVES WITH A COMMON HERITAGE AND COMMON INTERESTS. THE ANRC
 BOUNDARIES FOR THE 1990 CENSUS WERE IDENTIFIED BY THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGE-
 MENT. A 13TH REGION WAS ESTABLISHED FOR ALASKA NATIVES WHO ARE NOT PERMANENT
 RESIDENTS AND WHO CHOSE NOT TO ENROLL IN ONE OF THE 12 ANRC'S; NO CENSUS PRO-
 DUCTS ARE PREPARED FOR THE 13TH REGION. ANRC'S WERE FIRST IDENTIFIED FOR THE
 1980 CENSUS.

 EACH ANRC IS ASSIGNED A TWO-DIGIT CENSUS CODE RANGING FROM 07 THROUGH 84.
 THESE CENSUS CODES ARE ASSIGNED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER OF THE ANRC'S.

ALASKA NATIVE VILLAGE (ANV) STATISTICAL AREA

 ALASKA NATIVE VILLAGES (ANV'S) CONSTITUTE TRIBES, BANDS, CLANS, GROUPS,
 VILLAGES, COMMUNITIES, OR ASSOCIATIONS IN ALASKA THAT ARE RECOGNIZED PURSUANT
 TO THE ALASKA NATIVE CLAIMS SETTLEMENT ACT OF 1972, PUBLIC LAW 92-203. BECAUSE
 ANV'S DO NOT HAVE LEGALLY DESIGNATED BOUNDARIES, THE CENSUS BUREAU HAS ESTA-
 BLISHED ALASKA NATIVE VILLAGE STATISTICAL AREAS (ANVSA'S) FOR STATISTICAL PUR-
 POSES. FOR THE 1990 CENSUS, THE CENSUS BUREAU COOPERATED WITH OFFICIALS OF THE
 NONPROFIT CORPORATION WITHIN EACH PARTICIPATING ALASKA NATIVE REGIONAL CORPO-
 RATION (ANRC), AS WELL AS OTHER KNOWLEDGEABLE OFFICIALS, TO DELINEATE BOUN-
 DARIES THAT ENCOMPASS THE SETTLED AREA ASSOCIATED WITH EACH ANV. ANVSA'S ARE
 LOCATED WITHIN ANRC'S AND DO NOT CROSS ANRC BOUNDARIES. ANVSA'S FOR THE 1990
 CENSUS REPLACE THE ANV'S THAT THE CENSUS BUREAU RECOGNIZED FOR THE 1980
 CENSUS.

 EACH ANVSA IS ASSIGNED A FOUR-DIGIT CENSUS CODE RANGING FROM 6001 THROUGH 8989.
 EACH ANVSA ALSO IS ASSIGNED A FIVE-DIGIT FIPS CODE. BOTH THE CENSUS AND FIPS
 CODES ARE ASSIGNED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER OF ANVSA'S.

AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION AND TRUST LAND

 AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION--FEDERAL AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATIONS ARE AREAS
 WITH BOUNDARIES ESTABLISHED BY TREATY, STATUTE, AND/OR EXECUTIVE OR COURT
 ORDER, AND RECOGNIZED BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AS TERRITORY IN WHICH AMERICAN
 INDIAN TRIBES HAVE JURISDICTION. STATE RESERVATIONS ARE LANDS HELD IN TRUST BY
 STATE GOVERNMENTS FOR THE USE AND BENEFIT OF A GIVEN TRIBE.  THE RESERVATIONS
 AND THEIR BOUNDARIES WERE IDENTIFIED FOR THE 1990 CENSUS BY THE BUREAU OF
 INDIAN AFFAIRS (BIA), DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR (FOR FEDERAL RESERVATIONS), AND
 STATE GOVERNMENTS (FOR STATE RESERVATIONS). THE NAMES OF AMERICAN INDIAN
 RESERVATIONS RECOGNIZED BY STATE GOVERNMENTS, BUT NOT BY THE FEDERAL GOVERN-
 MENT, ARE FOLLOWED BY "(STATE)." AREAS COMPOSED OF RESERVATION LANDS THAT ARE
 ADMINISTERED JOINTLY AND/OR ARE CLAIMED BY TWO RESERVATIONS, AS IDENTIFIED BY
 THE BIA, ARE CALLED "JOINT AREAS," AND ARE TREATED AS SEPARATE AMERICAN INDIAN
 RESERVATIONS FOR CENSUS PURPOSES.

 FEDERAL RESERVATIONS MAY CROSS STATE BOUNDARIES, AND FEDERAL AND STATE RESER-
 VATIONS MAY CROSS COUNTY, COUNTY SUBDIVISION, AND PLACE BOUNDARIES. FOR RESER-
 VATIONS THAT CROSS STATE BOUNDARIES, ONLY THE PORTION OF THE RESERVATIONS IN A
 GIVEN STATE ARE SHOWN IN THE DATA PRODUCTS FOR THAT STATE; THE ENTIRE RESERVA-
 TIONS ARE SHOWN IN DATA PRODUCTS FOR THE UNITED STATES.

 EACH AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION IS ASSIGNED A FOUR-DIGIT CENSUS CODE RANGING
 FROM 0001 THROUGH 4989. THESE CENSUS CODES ARE ASSIGNED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
 OF AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATIONS NATIONWIDE, EXCEPT THAT JOINT AREAS APPEAR AT
 THE END OF THE CODE RANGE. EACH AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION ALSO IS ASSIGNED A
 FIVE-DIGIT FIPS CODE; BECAUSE THE FIPS CODES ARE ASSIGNED IN ALPHABETICAL
 SEQUENCE OF AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATIONS WITHIN EACH STATE, THE FIPS CODE IS
 DIFFERENT IN EACH STATE FOR RESERVATIONS IN MORE THAN ONE STATE.

 TRUST LAND--TRUST LANDS ARE PROPERTY ASSOCIATED WITH A PARTICULAR AMERICAN
 INDIAN RESERVATION OR TRIBE, HELD IN TRUST BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. TRUST
 LANDS MAY BE HELD IN TRUST EITHER FOR A TRIBE (TRIBAL TRUST LAND) OR FOR AN
 INDIVIDUAL MEMBER OF A TRIBE (INDIVIDUAL TRUST LAND).  TRUST LANDS RECOGNIZED
 FOR THE 1990 CENSUS COMPRISE ALL TRIBAL TRUST LANDS AND INHABITED INDIVIDUAL
 TRUST LANDS LOCATED OUTSIDE OF A RESERVATION BOUNDARY. AS WITH OTHER AMERICAN
 INDIAN AREAS, TRUST LANDS MAY BE LOCATED IN MORE THAN ONE STATE. ONLY THE
 TRUST LANDS IN A GIVEN STATE ARE SHOWN IN THE DATA PRODUCTS FOR THAT STATE;
 ALL TRUST LANDS ASSOCIATED WITH A RESERVATION OR TRIBE ARE SHOWN IN DATA PRO-
 DUCTS FOR THE UNITED STATES. THE CENSUS BUREAU FIRST REPORTED DATA FOR TRIBAL
 TRUST LANDS FOR THE 1980 CENSUS.

 TRUST LANDS ARE ASSIGNED A FOUR-DIGIT CENSUS CODE AND A FIVE-DIGIT FIPS CODE,
 THE SAME AS THAT FOR THE RESERVATION WITH WHICH THEY ARE ASSOCIATED. TRUST
 LANDS NOT ASSOCIATED WITH A RESERVATION ARE PRESENTED BY TRIBAL NAME, INTER-
 SPERSED ALPHABETICALLY AMONG THE RESERVATIONS.

TRIBAL DESIGNATED STATISTICAL AREA (TDSA)

 TRIBAL DESIGNATED STATISTICAL AREAS (TDSA'S) ARE AREAS, DELINEATED OUTSIDE
 OKLAHOMA BY FEDERALLY- AND STATE-RECOGNIZED TRIBES WITHOUT A LAND BASE OR
 ASSOCIATED TRUST LANDS, TO PROVIDE STATISTICAL AREAS FOR WHICH THE CENSUS
 BUREAU TABULATES DATA.  TDSA'S REPRESENT AREAS GENERALLY CONTAINING THE
 AMERICAN INDIAN POPULATION OVER WHICH FEDERALLY-RECOGNIZED TRIBES HAVE
 JURISDICTION AND AREAS IN WHICH STATE TRIBES PROVIDE BENEFITS AND SERVICES
 TO THEIR MEMBERS. THE NAMES OF TDSA'S DELINEATED BY STATE-RECOGNIZED TRIBES
 ARE FOLLOWED BY "(STATE)." THE CENSUS BUREAU DID NOT RECOGNIZE TDSA'S BEFORE
 THE 1990 CENSUS.

 EACH TDSA IS ASSIGNED A FOUR-DIGIT CENSUS CODE RANGING FROM 9001 THROUGH 9589.
 THE CENSUS CODES ARE ASSIGNED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER OF TDSA'S NATIONWIDE. EACH
 TDSA ALSO IS ASSIGNED A FIVE-DIGIT FIPS CODE IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER WITHIN
 STATE.

TRIBAL JURISDICTION STATISTICAL AREA (TJSA)

 TRIBAL JURISDICTION STATISTICAL AREAS (TJSA'S) ARE AREAS, DELINEATED BY
 FEDERALLY-RECOGNIZED TRIBES IN OKLAHOMA WITHOUT A RESERVATION, FOR WHICH THE
 CENSUS BUREAU TABULATES DATA. TJSA'S REPRESENT AREAS GENERALLY CONTAINING THE
 AMERICAN INDIAN POPULATION OVER WHICH ONE OR MORE TRIBAL GOVERNMENTS HAVE
 JURIS DICTION; IF TRIBAL OFFICIALS DELINEATED ADJACENT TJSA'S SO THAT THEY
 INCLUDE SOME DUPLICATE TERRITORY, THE OVERLAP AREA IS CALLED A "JOINT USE
 AREA," WHICH IS TREATED AS A SEPARATE TJSA FOR CENSUS PURPOSES.

 TJSA'S REPLACE THE "HISTORIC AREAS OF OKLAHOMA (EXCLUDING URBANIZED AREAS)"
 SHOWN IN 1980 CENSUS DATA PRODUCTS. THE HISTORIC AREAS OF OKLAHOMA COMPRISED
 THE TERRITORY LOCATED WITHIN RESERVATIONS THAT HAD LEGALLY ESTABLISHED BOUN-
 DARIES FROM 1900 TO 1907; THESE RESERVATIONS WERE DISSOLVED DURING THE 2- TO
 3-YEAR PERIOD PRECEDING THE STATEHOOD OF OKLAHOMA IN 1907. THE HISTORIC AREAS
 OF OKLAHOMA (EXCLUDING URBANIZED AREAS) WERE IDENTIFIED ONLY FOR THE 1980
 CENSUS.

 EACH TJSA IS ASSIGNED A FOUR-DIGIT CENSUS CODE RANGING FROM 5001 THROUGH 5989.
 THE CENSUS CODES ARE ASSIGNED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER OF TJSA'S, EXCEPT THAT
 JOINT AREAS APPEAR AT THE END OF THE CODE RANGE.  EACH TJSA ALSO IS ASSIGNED A
 FIVE-DIGIT FIPS CODE IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER WITHIN OKLAHOMA.
AREA MEASUREMENT

 AREA MEASUREMENTS PROVIDE THE SIZE, IN SQUARE KILOMETERS (ALSO IN SQUARE MILES
 IN PRINTED REPORTS), RECORDED FOR EACH GEOGRAPHIC ENTITY FOR WHICH THE CENSUS
 BUREAU TABULATES DATA IN GENERAL-PURPOSE DATA PRODUCTS (EXCEPT CREWS-OF-
 VESSELS ENTITIES AND ZIP CODES). (SQUARE KILOMETERS MAY BE DIVIDED BY 2.59 TO
 CONVERT AN AREA MEASUREMENT TO SQUARE MILES.) AREA WAS CALCULATED FROM THE
 SPECIFIC SET OF BOUNDARIES RECORDED FOR THE ENTITY IN THE CENSUS BUREAU'S GEO-
 GRAPHIC DATA BASE (SEE "TIGER"). ON MACHINE-READABLE FILES, AREA MEASUREMENTS
 ARE SHOWN TO THREE DECIMAL PLACES; THE DECIMAL POINT IS IMPLIED. IN PRINTED
 REPORTS AND LISTINGS, AREA MEASUREMENTS ARE SHOWN TO ONE DECIMAL.


 THE CENSUS BUREAU PROVIDES MEASUREMENTS FOR BOTH LAND AREA AND TOTAL WATER
 AREA FOR THE 1990 CENSUS; THE WATER FIGURE INCLUDES INLAND, COASTAL, GREAT
 LAKES, AND TERRITORIAL WATER. (FOR THE 1980 CENSUS, THE CENSUS BUREAU PRO-
 VIDED AREA MEASUREMENTS FOR LAND AND INLAND WATER.) THE CENSUS BUREAU WILL
 PROVIDE MEASUREMENTS FOR THE COMPONENT TYPES OF WATER FOR THE AFFECTED
 ENTITIES IN A SEPARATE FILE. "INLAND WATER" CONSISTS OF ANY LAKE, RESERVOIR,
 POND, OR SIMILAR BODY OF WATER THAT IS RECORDED IN THE CENSUS BUREAU'S GEO-
 GRAPHIC DATA BASE. IT ALSO INCLUDES ANY RIVER, CREEK, CANAL, STREAM, OR
 SIMILAR FEATURE THAT IS RECORDED IN THAT DATA BASE AS A TWO-DIMENSIONAL FEA-
 TURE (RATHER THAN AS A SINGLE LINE). THE PORTIONS OF THE OCEANS AND RELATED
 LARGE EMBAYMENTS (SUCH AS THE CHESAPEAKE BAY AND PUGET SOUND), THE GULF OF
 MEXICO, AND THE CARIBBEAN SEA THAT BELONG TO THE UNITED STATES AND ITS
 TERRITORIES ARE CONSIDERED TO BE "COASTAL" AND "TERRITORIAL" WATERS; THE GREAT
 LAKES ARE TREATED AS A SEPARATE WATER ENTITY. RIVERS AND BAYS THAT EMPTY INTO
 THESE BODIES OF WATER ARE TREATED AS "INLAND WATER" FROM THE POINT BEYOND
 WHICH THEY ARE NARROWER THAN ONE NAUTICAL MILE ACROSS. IDENTIFICATION OF LAND
 AND INLAND, COASTAL, AND TERRITORIAL WATERS IS FOR STATISTICAL PURPOSES, AND
 DOES NOT NECESSARILY REFLECT LEGAL DEFINITIONS THEREOF.

 BY DEFINITION, CENSUS BLOCKS DO NOT INCLUDE WATER WITHIN THEIR BOUNDARIES;
 THEREFORE, THE WATER AREA OF A BLOCK IS ALWAYS ZERO.  LAND AREA MEASUREMENTS
 MAY DISAGREE WITH THE INFORMATION DISPLAYED ON CENSUS MAPS AND IN THE TIGER
 FILE BECAUSE, FOR AREA MEASUREMENT PURPOSES, FEATURES IDENTIFIED AS "INTER-
 MITTENT WATER" AND "GLACIER" ARE REPORTED AS LAND AREA. FOR THIS REASON, IT
 MAY NOT BE POSSIBLE TO DERIVE THE LAND AREA FOR AN ENTITY BY SUMMING THE LAND
 AREA OF ITS COMPONENT CENSUS BLOCKS. IN ADDITION, THE WATER AREA MEASUREMENT
 REPORTED FOR SOME GEOGRAPHIC ENTITIES INCLUDES WATER THAT IS NOT INCLUDED IN
 ANY LOWER-LEVEL GEOGRAPHIC ENTITY. THEREFORE, BECAUSE WATER IS CONTAINED ONLY
 IN A HIGHER-LEVEL GEOGRAPHIC ENTITY, SUMMING THE WATER MEASUREMENTS FOR ALL
 THE COMPONENT LOWER-LEVEL GEOGRAPHIC ENTITIES WILL NOT YIELD THE WATER AREA OF
 THAT HIGHER-LEVEL ENTITY. THIS OCCURS, FOR EXAMPLE, WHERE WATER IS ASSOCIATED
 WITH A COUNTY BUT IS NOT WITHIN THE LEGAL BOUNDARY OF ANY MINOR CIVIL DIVISION,
 OR THE WATER IS ASSOCIATED WITH A STATE BUT IS NOT WITHIN THE LEGAL BOUNDARY
 OF ANY COUNTY. CREWS-OF-VESSELS ENTITIES (SEE "CENSUS TRACT AND BLOCK NUMBERING
 AREA" AND "BLOCK") DO NOT ENCOMPASS TERRITORY AND THEREFORE HAVE NO AREA
 MEASUREMENTS. ZIP CODES DO NOT HAVE SPECIFIC BOUNDARIES, AND THEREFORE, ALSO DO
 NOT HAVE AREA MEASUREMENTS.

 THE ACCURACY OF ANY AREA MEASUREMENT FIGURE IS LIMITED BY THE INACCURACY
 INHERENT IN (1) THE LOCATION AND SHAPE<J> OF THE VARIOUS BOUNDARY FEATURES IN
 THE DATA BASE, AND<J> (2) ROUNDING AFFECTING THE LAST DIGIT IN ALL OPERATIONS
 THAT COMPUTE AND/OR SUM THE AREA MEASUREMENTS.

BLOCK

 CENSUS BLOCKS ARE SMALL AREAS BOUNDED ON ALL SIDES BY VISIBLE FEATURES SUCH AS
 STREETS, ROADS, STREAMS, AND RAILROAD TRACKS, AND BY INVISIBLE BOUNDARIES SUCH
 AS CITY, TOWN, TOWNSHIP, AND COUNTY LIMITS, PROPERTY LINES, AND SHORT, IMAGI-
 NARY EXTENSIONS OF STREETS AND ROADS.

 TABULATION BLOCKS, USED IN CENSUS DATA PRODUCTS, ARE IN MOST CASES THE SAME AS
 COLLECTION BLOCKS, USED IN THE CENSUS ENUMERATION. IN SOME CASES, COLLECTION
 BLOCKS HAVE BEEN "SPLIT" INTO TWO OR MORE PARTS REQUIRED FOR DATA TABULATIONS.
 TABULATION BLOCKS DO NOT CROSS THE BOUNDARIES OF COUNTIES, COUNTY SUBDIVI-
 SIONS, PLACES, CENSUS TRACTS OR BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS, AMERICAN INDIAN AND
 ALASKA NATIVE AREAS, CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS, VOTING DISTRICTS, URBAN OR RURAL
 AREAS, OR URBANIZED AREAS. THE 1990 CENSUS IS THE FIRST FOR WHICH THE ENTIRE
 UNITED STATES AND ITS POSSESSIONS ARE BLOCK-NUMBERED.

 BLOCKS ARE NUMBERED UNIQUELY WITHIN EACH CENSUS TRACT OR BNA. A BLOCK IS IDEN-
 TIFIED BY A THREE-DIGIT NUMBER, SOMETIMES WITH A SINGLE ALPHABETICAL SUFFIX.
 BLOCK NUMBERS WITH SUFFIXES GENERALLY REPRESENT COLLECTION BLOCKS THAT WERE
 "SPLIT" IN ORDER TO IDENTIFY SEPARATE GEOGRAPHIC ENTITIES THAT DIVIDE THE
 ORIGINAL BLOCK. FOR EXAMPLE, WHEN A CITY LIMIT RUNS THROUGH DATA COLLECTION
 BLOCK 101, THE DATA FOR THE PORTION INSIDE THE CITY IS TABULATED IN BLOCK 101A
 AND THE PORTION OUTSIDE, IN BLOCK 101B. A BLOCK NUMBER WITH THE SUFFIX "Z"
 REPRESENTS A "CREWS-OF-VESSELS" ENTITY FOR WHICH THE CENSUS BUREAU TABULATES
 DATA, BUT THAT DOES NOT REPRESENT A TRUE GEOGRAPHIC AREA; SUCH A BLOCK IS
 SHOWN ON CENSUS MAPS ASSOCIATED WITH AN ANCHOR SYMBOL AND A CENSUS TRACT OR
 BLOCK NUMBERING AREA WITH A .99 SUFFIX.
BLOCK GROUP (BG)

GEOGRAPHIC BLOCK GROUP

 A GEOGRAPHIC BLOCK GROUP (BG) IS A CLUSTER OF BLOCKS HAVING THE SAME FIRST
 DIGIT OF THEIR THREE-DIGIT IDENTIFYING NUMBERS WITHIN A CENSUS TRACT OR
 BLOCK NUMBERING AREA (BNA). FOR EXAMPLE, BG 3 WITHIN A CENSUS TRACT OR BNA
 INCLUDES ALL BLOCKS NUMBERED BETWEEN 301 AND 397. IN MOST CASES, THE NUMBERING
 INVOLVES SUBSTANTIALLY FEWER THAN 97 BLOCKS.  GEOGRAPHIC BG'S NEVER CROSS CEN-
 SUS TRACT OR BNA BOUNDARIES, BUT MAY CROSS THE BOUNDARIES OF COUNTY SUBDIVI-
 SIONS, PLACES, AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE AREAS, URBANIZED AREAS,
 VOTING DISTRICTS, AND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. BG'S GENERALLY CONTAIN BETWEEN
 250 AND 550 HOUSING UNITS, WITH THE IDEAL SIZE BEING 400 HOUSING UNITS.

TABULATION BLOCK GROUP

 IN THE DATA TABULATIONS, A GEOGRAPHIC BG MAY BE SPLIT TO PRESENT DATA FOR
 EVERY UNIQUE COMBINATION OF COUNTY SUBDIVISION, PLACE, AMERICAN INDIAN AND
 ALASKA NATIVE AREA, URBANIZED AREA, VOTING DISTRICT, URBAN/RURAL AND
 CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT SHOWN IN THE DATA PRODUCT; FOR EXAMPLE, IF BG 3 IS
 PARTLY IN A CITY AND PARTLY OUTSIDE THE CITY, THERE WILL BE SEPARATE TABULATED
 RECORDS FOR EACH PORTION OF BG 3. BG'S ARE USED IN TABULATING DECENNIAL CENSUS
 DATA NATIONWIDE IN THE 1990 CENSUS, IN ALL BLOCK-NUMBERED AREAS IN THE 1980
 CENSUS, AND IN TAPE ADDRESS REGISTER (TAR) AREAS IN THE 1970 CENSUS. FOR
 PURPOSES OF DATA PRESENTATION, BG'S ARE A SUBSTITUTE FOR THE ENUMERATION
 DISTRICTS (ED'S) USED FOR REPORTING DATA IN MANY PARTS OF THE UNITED STATES
 FOR THE 1970 AND 1980 CENSUSES, AND IN ALL AREAS FOR PRE-1970 CENSUSES.

BOUNDARY CHANGES

 THE BOUNDARIES OF SOME COUNTIES, COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS, AMERICAN INDIAN AND
 ALASKA NATIVE AREAS, AND MANY INCORPORATED PLACES, CHANGED BETWEEN THOSE
 REPORTED FOR THE 1980 CENSUS AND JANUARY 1, 1990.  BOUNDARY CHANGES TO LEGAL
 ENTITIES RESULT FROM:

  1.  ANNEXATIONS TO OR DETACHMENTS FROM LEGALLY ESTABLISHED GOVERNMENTAL
      UNITS.

  2.  MERGERS OR CONSOLIDATIONS OF TWO OR MORE GOVERNMENTAL UNITS.

  3.  ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW GOVERNMENTAL UNITS.

  4.  DISINCORPORATIONS OR DISORGANIZATIONS OF EXISTING GOVERNMENTAL UNITS.

  5.  CHANGES IN TREATIES AND EXECUTIVE ORDERS.

 THE HISTORICAL COUNTS SHOWN FOR COUNTIES, COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS, AND PLACES ARE
 NOT UPDATED FOR SUCH CHANGES, AND THUS REFLECT THE POPULATION AND HOUSING
 UNITS IN THE AREA AS DELINEATED AT EACH CENSUS.  INFORMATION ON BOUNDARY
 CHANGES REPORTED BETWEEN THE 1980 AND 1990 CENSUSES FOR COUNTIES, COUNTY SUB-
 DIVISIONS, AND INCORPORATED PLACES IS PRESENTED IN THE "USER NOTES" SECTION OF
 THE TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION OF SUMMARY TAPE FILES 1 AND 3, AND IN THE 1990
 CPH-2, POPULATION AND HOUSING UNIT COUNTS PRINTED REPORTS.  FOR INFORMATION ON
 BOUNDARY CHANGES FOR SUCH AREAS IN THE DECADE PRECEDING OTHER DECENNIAL
 CENSUSES, SEE THE NUMBER OF INHABITANTS REPORTS FOR EACH CENSUS.  BOUNDARY
 CHANGES ARE NOT REPORTED FOR SOME AREAS, SUCH AS CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACES AND
 BLOCK GROUPS.
CENSUS REGION AND CENSUS DIVISION

CENSUS DIVISION

 CENSUS DIVISIONS ARE GROUPINGS OF STATES THAT ARE SUBDIVISIONS OF THE FOUR
 CENSUS REGIONS.  THERE ARE NINEDIVISIONS, WHICH THE CENSUS BUREAU ADOPTED IN
 1910 FOR THE PRESENTATION OF DATA.  THE REGIONS, DIVISIONS, AND THEIR CONSTI-
 TUENT STATES ARE:

 NORTHEAST REGION

  NEW ENGLAND DIVISION:
    MAINE, NEW HAMPSHIRE, VERMONT, MASSACHUSETTS, RHODE ISLAND, CONNECTICUT


  MIDDLE ATLANTIC DIVISION:
    NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY, PENNSYLVANIA


 MIDWEST REGION

  EAST NORTH CENTRAL DIVISION:
    OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, MICHIGAN, WISCONSIN

  WEST NORTH CENTRAL DIVISION:
    MINNESOTA, IOWA, MISSOURI, NORTH DAKOTA, SOUTH DAKOTA, NEBRASKA, KANSAS

 SOUTH REGION

  SOUTH ATLANTIC DIVISION:
    DELAWARE, MARYLAND, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, VIRGINIA,
    WEST VIRGINIA, NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA, GEORGIA,FLORIDA

  EAST SOUTH CENTRAL DIVISION:
    KENTUCKY, TENNESSEE, ALABAMA, MISSISSIPPI

  WEST SOUTH CENTRAL DIVISION:
    ARKANSAS, LOUISIANA, OKLAHOMA, TEXAS

 WEST REGION

  MOUNTAIN DIVISION:
    MONTANA, IDAHO, WYOMING, COLORADO, NEW MEXICO, ARIZONA, UTAH, NEVADA

  PACIFIC DIVISION:
    WASHINGTON, OREGON, CALIFORNIA, ALASKA, HAWAII

 CENSUS REGION

 CENSUS REGIONS ARE GROUPINGS OF STATES THAT SUBDIVIDE THE UNITED STATES FOR
 THE PRESENTATION OF DATA.  THERE ARE FOUR REGIONS--NORTHEAST, MIDWEST, SOUTH,
 AND WEST.  EACH OF THE FOUR CENSUS REGIONS IS DIVIDED INTO TWO OR MORE CENSUS
 DIVISIONS.  PRIOR TO 1984, THE MIDWEST REGION WAS NAMED THE NORTH CENTRAL
 REGION.  FROM 1910, WHEN CENSUS REGIONS WERE ESTABLISHED, THROUGH THE 1940'S,
 THERE WERE THREE REGIONS--NORTH, SOUTH, AND WEST.
CENSUS TRACT AND BLOCK NEMBERING AREA

BLOCK NUMBERING AREA (BNA)

 BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS (BNA'S) ARE SMALL STATISTICAL SUBDIVISIONS OF A COUNTY
 FOR GROUPING AND NUMBERING BLOCKS IN NONMETROPOLITAN COUNTIES WHERE LOCAL
 CENSUS STATISTICAL AREAS COMMITTEES HAVE NOT ESTABLISHED CENSUS TRACTS.  STATE
 AGENCIES AND THE CENSUS BUREAU DELINEATED BNA'S FOR THE 1990 CENSUS, USING
 GUIDELINES SIMILAR TO THOSE FOR THE DELINEATION OF CENSUS TRACTS.  BNA'S DO
 NOT CROSS COUNTY BOUNDARIES.

 BNA'S ARE IDENTIFIED BY A FOUR-DIGIT BASIC NUMBER AND MAY HAVE A TWO-DIGIT
 SUFFIX; FOR EXAMPLE, 9901.07.  THE DECIMAL POINT SEPARATING THE FOUR-DIGIT
 BASIC BNA NUMBER FROM THE TWO-DIGIT SUFFIX IS SHOWN IN PRINTED REPORTS, IN
 MICROFICHE, AND ON CENSUS MAPS; IN MACHINE-READABLE FILES, THE DECIMAL POINT
 IS IMPLIED.  MANY BNA'S DO NOT HAVE A SUFFIX; IN SUCH CASES, THE SUFFIX FIELD
 IS LEFT BLANK IN ALL DATA PRODUCTS.  BNA NUMBERS RANGE FROM 9501 THROUGH
 9989.99, AND ARE UNIQUE WITHIN A COUNTY (NUMBERS IN THE RANGE OF 0001 THROUGH
 9499.99 DENOTE A CENSUS TRACT). THE SUFFIX .99 IDENTIFIES A BNA THAT WAS POPU-
 LATED ENTIRELY BY PERSONS ABOARD ONE OR MORE CIVILIAN OR MILITARY SHIPS.  A
 "CREWS-OF-VESSELS" BNA APPEARS ON CENSUS MAPS ONLY AS AN ANCHOR SYMBOL WITH
 ITS BNA NUMBER (AND BLOCK NUMBERS ON MAPS SHOWING BLOCK NUMBERS); THE BNA
 RELATES TO THE SHIPS ASSOCIATED WITH THE ONSHORE BNA'S HAVING THE SAME FOUR-
 DIGIT BASIC NUMBER.  SUFFIXES IN THE RANGE .80 THROUGH .98 USUALLY IDENTIFY
 BNA'S THAT EITHER WERE REVISED OR WERE CREATED DURING THE 1990 CENSUS DATA
 COLLECTION ACTIVITIES.  SOME OF THESE REVISIONS PRODUCED BNA'S THAT HAVE
 EXTREMELY SMALL LAND AREA AND MAY HAVE LITTLE OR NO POPULATION OR HOUSING.
 FOR DATA ANALYSIS, SUCH A BNA CAN BE SUMMARIZED WITH AN ADJACENT BNA.

CENSUS TRACT

 CENSUS TRACTS ARE SMALL, RELATIVELY PERMANENT STATISTICAL SUBDIVISIONS OF A
 COUNTY.  CENSUS TRACTS ARE DELINEATED FOR ALL METROPOLITAN AREAS (MA'S) AND
 OTHER DENSELY POPULATED COUNTIES BY LOCAL CENSUS STATISTICAL AREAS COMMITTEES
 FOLLOWING CENSUS BUREAU GUIDELINES (MORE THAN 3,000 CENSUS TRACTS HAVE BEEN
 ESTABLISHED IN 221 COUNTIES OUTSIDE MA'S).  SIX STATES (CALIFORNIA,
 CONNECTICUT, DELAWARE, HAWAII, NEW JERSEY, AND RHODE ISLAND) AND THE DISTRICT
 OF COLUMBIA ARE COVERED ENTIRELY BY CENSUS TRACTS.  CENSUS TRACTS USUALLY HAVE
 BETWEEN 2,500 AND 8,000 PERSONS AND, WHEN FIRST DELINEATED, ARE DESIGNED TO BE
 HOMOGENEOUS WITH RESPECT TO POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS, ECONOMIC STATUS, AND
 LIVING CONDITIONS.  CENSUS TRACTS DO NOT CROSS COUNTY BOUNDARIES.  THE SPATIAL
 SIZE OF CENSUS TRACTS VARIES WIDELY DEPENDING ON THE DENSITY OF SETTLEMENT.
 CENSUS TRACT BOUNDARIES ARE DELINEATED WITH THE INTENTION OF BEING MAINTAINED
 OVER A LONG TIME SO THAT STATISTICAL COMPARISONS CAN BE MADE FROM CENSUS TO
 CENSUS.  HOWEVER, PHYSICAL CHANGES IN STREET PATTERNS CAUSED BY HIGHWAY
 CONSTRUCTION, NEW DEVELOPMENT, ETC., MAY REQUIRE OCCASIONAL REVISIONS; CENSUS
 TRACTS OCCASIONALLY ARE SPLIT DUE TO LARGE POPULATION GROWTH, OR COMBINED AS A
 RESULT OF SUBSTANTIAL POPULATION DECLINE.  CENSUS TRACTS ARE REFERRED TO AS
 "TRACTS" IN ALL 1990 DATA PRODUCTS.

 CENSUS TRACTS ARE IDENTIFIED BY A FOUR-DIGIT BASIC NUMBER AND MAY HAVE A TWO-
 DIGIT SUFFIX; FOR EXAMPLE, 6059.02.  THE DECIMAL POINT SEPARATING THE FOUR-
 DIGIT BASIC TRACT NUMBER FROM THE TWO-DIGIT SUFFIX IS SHOWN IN PRINTED
 REPORTS, IN MICROFICHE, AND ON CENSUS MAPS; IN MACHINE-READABLE FILES, THE
 DECIMAL POINT IS IMPLIED.  MANY CENSUS TRACTS DO NOT HAVE A SUFFIX; IN SUCH
 CASES, THE SUFFIX FIELD IS LEFT BLANK IN ALL DATA PRODUCTS.  LEADING ZEROS IN
 A CENSUS TRACT NUMBER (FOR EXAMPLE, 002502) ARE SHOWN ONLY ON MACHINE-READABLE
 FILES.

 CENSUS TRACT NUMBERS RANGE FROM 0001 THROUGH 9499.99 AND ARE UNIQUE WITHIN A
 COUNTY (NUMBERS IN THE RANGE OF 9501 THROUGH 9989.99 DENOTE A BLOCK NUMBERING
 AREA).  THE SUFFIX .99 IDENTIFIES A CENSUS TRACT THAT WAS POPULATED ENTIRELY
 BY PERSONS ABOARD ONE OR MORE CIVILIAN OR MILITARY SHIPS.  A "CREWS-OF-
 VESSELS" CENSUS TRACT APPEARS ON CENSUS MAPS ONLY AS AN ANCHOR SYMBOL WITH ITS
 CENSUS TRACT NUMBER (AND BLOCK NUMBERS ON MAPS SHOWING BLOCK NUMBERS).  THESE
 CENSUS TRACTS RELATE TO THE SHIPS ASSOCIATED WITH THE ONSHORE CENSUS TRACT
 HAVING THE SAME FOUR-DIGIT BASIC NUMBER.  SUFFIXES IN THE RANGE .80 THROUGH
  98 USUALLY IDENTIFY CENSUS TRACTS THAT EITHER WERE REVISED OR WERE CREATED
 DURING THE 1990 CENSUS DATA COLLECTION ACTIVITIES.  SOME OF THESE REVISIONS
 MAY HAVE RESULTED IN CENSUS TRACTS THAT HAVE EXTREMELY SMALL LAND AREA AND
 MAY HAVE LITTLE OR NO POPULATION OR HOUSING.  FOR DATA ANALYSIS, SUCH A CENSUS
 TRACT CAN BE SUMMARIZED WITH AN ADJACENT CENSUS TRACT.

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT (CD)

 CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS (CD'S) ARE THE 435 AREAS FROM WHICH PERSONS ARE
 ELECTED TO THE U.S.  HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.  AFTER THE APPORTIONMENT OF
 CONGRESSIONAL SEATS AMONG THE STATES, BASED ON CENSUS POPULATION COUNTS, EACH
 STATE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ESTABLISHING CD'S FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING REPRE-
 SENTATIVES.  EACH CD IS TO BE AS EQUAL IN POPULATION TO ALL OTHER CD'S IN THE
 STATE AS PRACTICABLE, BASED ON THE DECENNIAL CENSUS COUNTS.

 THE CD'S THAT WERE IN EFFECT ON JANUARY 1, 1990 WERE THOSE OF THE 101ST
 CONGRESS.  DATA ON THE 101ST CONGRESS APPEAR IN AN EARLY 1990 CENSUS DATA
 PRODUCT (SUMMARY TAPE FILE 1A).  THE CD'S OF THE 101ST CONGRESS ARE THE SAME
 AS THOSE IN EFFECT FOR THE 102ND CONGRESS.  CD'S OF THE 103RD CONGRESS, RE-
 FLECTING REDISTRICTING BASED ON THE 1990 CENSUS, ARE SUMMARIZED IN LATER 1990
 DATA PRODUCTS (STF'S 1D AND 3D, AND 1990 CPH-4, POPULATION AND HOUSING CHARAC-
 TERISTICS FOR CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS OF THE 103RD CONGRESS PRINTED REPORTS).

COUNTY

 THE PRIMARY POLITICAL DIVISIONS OF MOST STATES ARE TERMED "COUNTIES." IN
 LOUISIANA, THESE DIVISIONS ARE KNOWN AS "PARISHES." IN ALASKA, WHICH HAS NO
 COUNTIES, THE COUNTY EQUIVALENTS ARE THE ORGANIZED "BOROUGHS" AND THE "CENSUS
 AREAS" THAT ARE DELINEATED FOR STATISTICAL PURPOSES BY THE STATE OF ALASKA AND
 THE CENSUS BUREAU.  IN FOUR STATES (MARYLAND, MISSOURI, NEVADA, AND VIRGINIA),
 THERE ARE ONE OR MORE CITIES THAT ARE INDEPENDENT OF ANY COUNTY ORGANIZATION
 AND THUS CONSTITUTE PRIMARY DIVISIONS OF THEIR STATES.  THESE CITIES ARE KNOWN
 AS "INDEPENDENT CITIES" AND ARE TREATED AS EQUIVALENT TO COUNTIES FOR STATIS-
 TICAL PURPOSES.  THAT PART OF YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK IN MONTANA IS TREATED
 AS A COUNTY EQUIVALENT.  THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA HAS NO PRIMARY DIVISIONS,
 AND THE ENTIRE AREA IS CONSIDERED EQUIVALENT TO A COUNTY FOR STATISTICAL
 PURPOSES.

 EACH COUNTY AND COUNTY EQUIVALENT IS ASSIGNED A THREE-DIGIT FIPS CODE THAT IS
 UNIQUE WITHIN STATE.  THESE CODES ARE ASSIGNED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER OF COUNTY
 OR COUNTY EQUIVALENT WITHIN STATE, EXCEPT FOR THE INDEPENDENT CITIES, WHICH
 FOLLOW THE LISTING OF COUNTIES.

COUNTY SUBDIVISION

 COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS ARE THE PRIMARY SUBDIVISIONS OF COUNTIES AND THEIR EQUIVA-
 LENTS FOR THE REPORTING OF DECENNIAL CENSUS DATA.  THEY INCLUDE CENSUS COUNTY
 DIVISIONS, CENSUS SUBAREAS, MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS, AND UNORGANIZED TERRI-
 TORIES.

 EACH COUNTY SUBDIVISION IS ASSIGNED A THREE-DIGIT CENSUS CODE IN ALPHABETICAL
 ORDER WITHIN COUNTY AND A FIVE-DIGIT FIPS CODE IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER WITHIN
 STATE.

CENSUS COUNTY DIVISION (CCD)

 CENSUS COUNTY DIVISIONS (CCD'S) ARE SUBDIVISIONS OF A COUNTY THAT WERE DELI-
 NEATED BY THE CENSUS BUREAU, IN COOPERATION WITH STATE OFFICIALS AND LOCAL
 CENSUS STATISTICAL AREAS COMMITTEES, FOR STATISTICAL PURPOSES.  CCD'S WERE
 ESTABLISHED IN 21 STATES WHERE THERE ARE NO LEGALLY ESTABLISHED MINOR CIVIL
 DIVISIONS (MCD'S), WHERE THE MCD'S DO NOT HAVE GOVERNMENTAL OR ADMINISTRATIVE
 PURPOSES, WHERE THE BOUNDARIES OF THE MCD'S CHANGE FREQUENTLY, AND/OR WHERE
 THE MCD'S ARE NOT GENERALLY KNOWN TO THE PUBLIC.  CCD'S HAVE NO LEGAL FUNC-
 TIONS, AND ARE NOT GOVERNMENTAL UNITS.

 THE BOUNDARIES OF CCD'S USUALLY ARE DELINEATED TO FOLLOW VISIBLE FEATURES, AND
 IN MOST CASES COINCIDE WITH CENSUS TRACT OR BLOCK NUMBERING AREA BOUNDARIES.
 THE NAME OF EACH CCD IS BASED ON A PLACE, COUNTY, OR WELL-KNOWN LOCAL NAME
 THAT IDENTIFIES ITS LOCATION.  CCD'S HAVE BEEN ESTABLISHED IN THE FOLLOWING 21
 STATES: ALABAMA, ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA, COLORADO, DELAWARE, FLORIDA, GEORGIA,
 HAWAII, IDAHO, KENTUCKY, MONTANA, NEVADA, NEW MEXICO, OKLAHOMA, OREGON, SOUTH
 CAROLINA, TENNESSEE, TEXAS, UTAH, WASHINGTON, AND WYOMING.  FOR THE 1980
 CENSUS, THE COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS RECOGNIZED FOR NEVADA WERE MCD'S.

CENSUS SUBAREA (ALASKA)

 CENSUS SUBAREAS ARE STATISTICAL SUBDIVISIONS OF BOROUGHS AND CENSUS AREAS
 (COUNTY EQUIVALENTS) IN ALASKA.  CENSUS SUBAREAS WERE DELINEATED COOPERATIVELY
 BY THE STATE OF ALASKA AND THE CENSUS BUREAU.  THE CENSUS SUBAREAS, IDENTIFIED
 FIRST IN 1980, REPLACED THE VARIOUS TYPES OF SUBDIVISIONS USED IN THE 1970
 CENSUS.

MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD)

 MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS (MCD'S) ARE THE PRIMARY POLITICAL OR ADMINISTRATIVE
 DIVISIONS OF A COUNTY.  MCD'S REPRESENT MANY DIFFERENT KINDS OF LEGAL ENTITIES
 WITH A WIDE VARIETY OF GOVERNMENTAL AND/OR ADMINISTRATIVE FUNCTIONS.  MCD'S
 ARE VARIOUSLY DESIGNATED AS AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATIONS, ASSESSMENT DIS-
 TRICTS, BOROUGHS, ELECTION DISTRICTS, GORES, GRANTS, MAGISTERIAL DISTRICTS,
 PARISH GOVERNING AUTHORITY DISTRICTS, PLANTATIONS, PRECINCTS, PURCHASES,
 SUPERVISORS' DISTRICTS, TOWNS, AND TOWNSHIPS.  IN SOME STATES, ALL OR SOME
 INCORPORATED PLACES ARE NOT LOCATED IN ANY MCD AND THUS SERVE AS MCD'S IN
 THEIR OWN RIGHT.  IN OTHER STATES, INCORPORATED PLACES ARE SUBORDINATE TO
 (PART OF) THE MCD'S IN WHICH THEY ARE LOCATED, OR THE PATTERN IS MIXED--SOME
 INCORPORATED PLACES ARE INDEPENDENT OF MCD'S AND OTHERS ARE SUBORDINATE TO ONE
 OR MORE MCD'S.

 THE CENSUS BUREAU RECOGNIZES MCD'S IN THE FOLLOWING 28 STATES: ARKANSAS,
 CONNECTICUT, ILLINOIS, INDIANA, IOWA, KANSAS, LOUISIANA, MAINE, MARYLAND,
 MASSACHUSETTS, MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA, MISSISSIPPI, MISSOURI, NEBRASKA, NEW
 HAMPSHIRE, NEW JERSEY, NEW YORK, NORTH CAROLINA, NORTH DAKOTA, OHIO, PENNSYL-
 VANIA, RHODE ISLAND, SOUTH DAKOTA, VERMONT, VIRGINIA, WEST VIRGINIA, AND
 WISCONSIN.  THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA HAS NO PRIMARY DIVISIONS, AND THE ENTIRE
 AREA IS CONSIDERED EQUIVALENT TO AN MCD FOR STATISTICAL PURPOSES.

 THE MCD'S IN 12 SELECTED STATES (CONNECTICUT, MAINE, MASSACHUSETTS, MICHIGAN,
 MINNESOTA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, NEW JERSEY, NEW YORK, PENNSYLVANIA, RHODE ISLAND,
 VERMONT, AND WISCONSIN) ALSO SERVE AS GENERAL-PURPOSE LOCAL GOVERNMENTS.  THE
 CENSUS BUREAU PRESENTS DATA FOR THESE MCD'S IN ALL DATA PRODUCTS IN WHICH IT
 PROVIDES DATA FOR PLACES.

UNORGANIZED TERRITORY (UNORG.)

 IN NINE STATES (ARKANSAS, IOWA, KANSAS, LOUISIANA, MAINE, MINNESOTA, NORTH
 CAROLINA, NORTH DAKOTA, AND SOUTH DAKOTA), SOME COUNTIES CONTAIN TERRITORY
 THAT IS NOT INCLUDED IN AN MCD RECOGNIZED BY THE CENSUS BUREAU.  EACH SEPARATE
 AREA OF UNORGANIZED TERRITORY IN THESE STATES IS RECOGNIZED AS ONE OR MORE
 SEPARATE COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS FOR CENSUS PURPOSES.  EACH UNORGANIZED TERRITORY
 IS GIVEN A DESCRIPTIVE NAME, FOLLOWED BY THE DESIGNATION "UNORG."
GEOGRAPHIC CODE

INTRODUCTION
 GEOGRAPHIC CODES ARE SHOWN PRIMARILY ON MACHINE-READABLE DATA PRODUCTS, SUCH
 AS COMPUTER TAPE AND COMPACT DISC-READ ONLY MEMORY (CD-ROM), BUT ALSO APPEAR
 ON OTHER PRODUCTS SUCH AS MICROFICHE; THEY ALSO ARE SHOWN ON SOME CENSUS MAPS.
 CODES ARE IDENTIFIED AS "CENSUS CODES" ONLY IF THERE IS ALSO A FEDERAL INFOR-
 MATION PROCESSING STANDARDS (FIPS) CODE FOR THE SAME GEOGRAPHIC ENTITY.  A
 CODE THAT IS NOT IDENTIFIED AS EITHER "CENSUS" OR "FIPS" IS USUALLY A CENSUS
 CODE FOR WHICH THERE IS NO FIPS EQUIVALENT, OR FOR WHICH THE CENSUS BUREAU
 DOES NOT USE THE FIPS CODE.  THE EXCEPTIONS, WHICH USE ONLY THE FIPS CODE IN
 CENSUS PRODUCTS, ARE COUNTY, CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, AND METROPOLITAN AREA
 (THAT IS, METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA, CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL
 AREA, AND PRIMARY METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA).

CENSUS CODE

 CENSUS CODES ARE ASSIGNED FOR A VARIETY OF GEOGRAPHIC ENTITIES, INCLUDING
 AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE AREA, CENSUS DIVISION, CENSUS REGION, COUNTY
 SUBDIVISION, PLACE, STATE, URBANIZED AREA, AND VOTING DISTRICT.  THE STRUC-
 TURE, FORMAT, AND MEANING OF CENSUS CODES APPEAR IN THE 1990 CENSUS GEOGRAPHIC
 IDENTIFICATION CODE SCHEME; IN THE DATA DICTIONARY PORTION OF THE TECHNICAL
 DOCUMENTATION FOR SUMMARY TAPE FILES, CD-ROM'S, AND MICROFICHE.

FEDERAL INFORMATION PROCESSING STANDARDS (FIPS) CODE

 FEDERAL INFORMATION PROCESSING STANDARDS (FIPS) CODES ARE ASSIGNED FOR A
 VARIETY OF GEOGRAPHIC ENTITIES, INCLUDING AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE
 AREA, CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, COUNTY, COUNTY SUBDIVISION, METROPOLITAN AREA,
 PLACE, AND STATE.  THE STRUCTURE, FORMAT, AND MEANING OF FIPS CODES USED IN
 THE CENSUS ARE SHOWN IN THE 1990 CENSUS GEOGRAPHIC IDENTIFICATION CODE SCHEME;
 IN THE DATA DICTIONARY PORTION OF THE TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION FOR SUMMARY
 TAPE FILES, CD-ROM'S, AND MICROFICHE.

 THE OBJECTIVE OF THE FIPS CODES IS TO IMPROVE THE USE OF DATA RESOURCES OF THE
 FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND AVOID UNNECESSARY DUPLICATION AND INCOMPATIBILITIES IN
 THE COLLECTION, PROCESSING, AND DISSEMINATION OF DATA.  MORE INFORMATION ABOUT
 FIPS AND FIPS CODE DOCUMENTATION IS AVAILABLE FROM THE NATIONAL TECHNICAL
 INFORMATION SERVICE, SPRINGFIELD, VA 22161.

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE (USPS) CODE

 UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE (USPS) CODES FOR STATES ARE USED IN ALL 1990
 DATA PRODUCTS.  THE CODES ARE TWO-CHARACTER ALPHABETIC ABBREVIATIONS.  THESE
 CODES ARE THE SAME AS THE FIPS TWO-CHARACTER ALPHABETIC ABBREVIATIONS.
GEOGRAPHIC PRESENTATION

HIERARCHICAL PRESENTATION

 A HIERARCHICAL GEOGRAPHIC PRESENTATION SHOWS THE GEOGRAPHIC ENTITIES
 IN A SUPERIOR/SUBORDINATE STRUCTURE IN CENSUS PRODUCTS.  THIS STRUCTURE
 IS DERIVED FROM THE LEGAL, ADMINISTRATIVE, OR AREAL RELATIONSHIPS OF THE
 ENTITIES.  THE HIERARCHICAL STRUCTURE IS DEPICTED IN REPORT TABLES BY MEANS OF
 INDENTATION, AND IS EXPLAINED FOR MACHINE-READABLE MEDIA IN THE DISCUSSION OF
 FILE STRUCTURE IN THE GEOGRAPHIC COVERAGE PORTION OF THE ABSTRACT IN THE TECH-
 NICAL DOCUMENTATION.  AN EXAMPLE OF HIERARCHICAL PRESENTATION IS THE "STANDARD
 CENSUS GEOGRAPHIC HIERARCHY":  BLOCK, WITHIN BLOCK GROUP, WITHIN CENSUS TRACT
 OR BLOCK NUMBERING AREA, WITHIN PLACE, WITHIN COUNTY SUBDIVISION, WITHIN
 COUNTY, WITHIN STATE, WITHIN DIVISION, WITHIN REGION, WITHIN THE UNITED
 STATES.  GRAPHICALLY, THIS IS SHOWN AS:

   UNITED STATES
     REGION
       DIVISION
         STATE
           COUNTY
             COUNTY SUBDIVISION
               PLACE (OR PART)
                 CENSUS TRACT/BLOCK NUMBERING AREA (OR PART)
                   BLOCK GROUP (OR PART)
                     BLOCK


INVENTORY PRESENTATION

 AN INVENTORY PRESENTATION OF GEOGRAPHIC ENTITIES IS ONE IN WHICH ALL ENTITIES
 OF THE SAME TYPE ARE SHOWN IN ALPHABETICAL OR CODE SEQUENCE, WITHOUT REFERENCE
 TO THEIR HIERARCHICAL RELATIONSHIPS.  GENERALLY, AN INVENTORY PRESENTATION
 SHOWS TOTALS FOR ENTITIES THAT MAY BE SPLIT IN A HIERARCHICAL PRESENTATION,
 SUCH AS PLACE, CENSUS TRACT/<J> BLOCK NUMBERING AREA, OR BLOCK GROUP.  AN
 EXAMPLE OF A SERIES OF INVENTORY PRESENTATIONS IS: STATE, FOLLOWED BY ALL THE
 COUNTIES IN THAT STATE, FOLLOWED BY ALL THE PLACES IN THAT STATE.  GRAPHI-
 CALLY, THIS IS SHOWN AS:

   STATE

   COUNTY "A"
   COUNTY "B"
   COUNTY "C"

   PLACE "X"
   PLACE "Y"
   PLACE "Z"

HISTORICAL COUNTS

 HISTORICAL COUNTS FOR TOTAL POPULATION AND TOTAL HOUSING UNITS ARE SHOWN IN
 THE 1990 CPH-2, POPULATION AND HOUSING UNIT COUNTS REPORT SERIES.  AS IN PAST
 CENSUSES, THE GENERAL RULE FOR PRESENTING HISTORICAL DATA FOR STATES,
 COUNTIES, COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS, AND PLACES IS TO SHOW HISTORICAL COUNTS ONLY
 FOR SINGLE, CONTINUALLY EXISTING ENTITIES.  STATED ANOTHER WAY, IF AN ENTITY
 EXISTED FOR BOTH THE CURRENT AND PRECEDING CENSUSES, THE TABLES SHOW COUNTS
 FOR THE PRECEDING CENSUSES.  INCLUDED IN THIS CATEGORY ARE ENTITIES OF THE
 SAME TYPE (COUNTY, COUNTY SUBDIVISION, PLACE) EVEN IF THEY HAD CHANGED THEIR
 NAMES.  ALSO INCLUDED ARE ENTITIES THAT MERGED, BUT ONLY IF THE NEW ENTITY
 RETAINED THE NAME OF ONE OF THE MERGED ENTITIES.  THE HISTORICAL COUNTS SHOWN
 ARE FOR EACH ENTITY AS IT WAS BOUNDED AT EACH CENSUS.

 IN CASES WHERE AN ENTITY WAS FORMED SINCE A PRECEDING CENSUS, SUCH AS A NEWLY
 INCORPORATED PLACE OR A NEWLY ORGANIZED TOWNSHIP, THE SYMBOL THREE DOTS "..."
 IS SHOWN FOR EARLIER CENSUSES.  THE THREE-DOT SYMBOL ALSO IS SHOWN FOR THOSE
 PARTS OF A PLACE THAT HAVE EXTENDED INTO AN ADDITIONAL COUNTY OR COUNTY SUB-
 DIVISION THROUGH ANNEXATION OR OTHER REVISION OF BOUNDARIES SINCE THE PRE-
 CEDING CENSUS.

 IN A FEW CASES, CHANGES IN THE BOUNDARIES OF COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS CAUSED A
 PLACE TO BE SPLIT INTO TWO OR MORE PARTS, OR TO BE SPLIT DIFFERENTLY THAN IN
 THE PRECEDING CENSUS.  IF HISTORICAL COUNTS FOR THE PARTS OF THE PLACE AS
 CURRENTLY SPLIT DID NOT APPEAR IN A PRECEDING CENSUS, "(NA)" IS SHOWN FOR THE
 PLACE IN EACH COUNTY SUBDIVISION; HOWEVER, THE HISTORICAL POPULATION AND
 HOUSING UNIT COUNTS OF THE PLACE APPEAR IN TABLES THAT SHOW THE ENTIRE PLACE.
 FOR COUNTIES, COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS, AND PLACES FORMED SINCE JANUARY 1, 1980,
 1980 CENSUS POPULATION AND HOUSING UNIT COUNTS IN THE 1990 TERRITORY ARE
 REPORTED IN THE GEOGRAPHIC CHANGE NOTES INCLUDED IN THE "USER NOTES" TEXT
 SECTION OF 1990 CPH-2, POPULATION AND HOUSING UNIT COUNTS, AND IN THE TECH-
 NICAL DOCUMENTATION OF SUMMARY TAPE FILES 1 AND 3.

 IN SOME CASES, POPULATION AND HOUSING UNIT COUNTS FOR INDIVIDUAL AREAS WERE
 REVISED SINCE PUBLICATION OF THE 1980 REPORTS (INDICATED BY THE PREFIX "R").
 IN A NUMBER OF TABLES OF 1990 CPH-2, POPULATION AND HOUSING UNIT COUNTS, 1980
 COUNTS ARE SHOWN FOR AGGREGATIONS OF INDIVIDUAL AREAS, SUCH AS THE NUMBER,
 POPULATION, AND HOUSING UNIT COUNTS OF PLACES IN SIZE GROUPS, OR URBAN AND
 RURAL DISTRIBUTIONS.  REVISIONS OF POPULATION AND HOUSING UNIT COUNTS FOR
 INDIVIDUAL AREAS WERE NOT APPLIED TO THE VARIOUS AGGREGATIONS. THEREFORE, IT
 MAY NOT BE POSSIBLE TO DETERMINE THE INDIVIDUAL AREAS IN A GIVEN AGGREGATION
 USING THE HISTORICAL COUNTS; CONVERSELY, THE SUM OF THE COUNTS SHOWN FOR
 INDIVIDUAL AREAS MAY NOT AGREE WITH THE AGGREGATION.

INTERNAL POINT

 AN INTERNAL POINT IS A SET OF GEOGRAPHIC COORDINATES (LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE)
 THAT IS LOCATED WITHIN A SPECIFIED GEOGRAPHIC ENTITY.  A SINGLE POINT IS IDEN-
 TIFIED FOR EACH ENTITY; FOR MANY ENTITIES, THIS POINT REPRESENTS THE APPROXI-
 MATE GEOGRAPHIC CENTER OF THAT ENTITY.  IF THE SHAPE OF THE ENTITY CAUSED THIS
 POINT TO BE LOCATED OUTSIDE THE BOUNDARIES OF THE ENTITY, IT IS RELOCATED FROM
 THE CENTER SO THAT IT IS WITHIN THE ENTITY.  IF THE INTERNAL POINT FOR A BLOCK
 FALLS IN A WATER AREA, IT IS RELOCATED TO A LAND AREA WITHIN THE BLOCK.  ON
 MACHINE-READABLE PRODUCTS, INTERNAL POINTS ARE SHOWN TO SIX DECIMAL PLACES;
 THE DECIMAL POINT IS IMPLIED.

METROPOLITAN AREA (MA)

 THE GENERAL CONCEPT OF A METROPOLITAN AREA (MA) IS ONE OF A LARGE POPULATION
 NUCLEUS, TOGETHER WITH ADJACENT COMMUNITIES THAT HAVE A HIGH DEGREE OF ECO-
 NOMIC AND SOCIAL INTEGRATION WITH THAT NUCLEUS.  SOME MA'S ARE DEFINED AROUND
 TWO OR MORE NUCLEI.

 THE MA CLASSIFICATION IS A STATISTICAL STANDARD, DEVELOPED FOR USE BY FEDERAL
 AGENCIES IN THE PRODUCTION, ANALYSIS, AND PUBLICATION OF DATA ON MA'S.  THE
 MA'S ARE DESIGNATED AND DEFINED BY THE FEDERAL OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND
 BUDGET, FOLLOWING A SET OF OFFICIAL PUBLISHED STANDARDS.  THESE STANDARDS WERE
 DEVELOPED BY THE INTERAGENCY FEDERAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ON METROPOLITAN
 AREAS, WITH THE AIM OF PRODUCING DEFINITIONS THAT ARE AS CONSISTENT AS
 POSSIBLE FOR ALL MA'S NATIONWIDE.  EACH MA MUST CONTAIN EITHER A PLACE WITH A
 MINIMUM POPULATION OF 50,000 OR A CENSUS BUREAU-DEFINED URBANIZED AREA AND A
 TOTAL MA POPULATION OF AT LEAST 100,000 (75,000 IN NEW ENGLAND).  AN MA COM-
 PRISES ONE OR MORE CENTRAL COUNTIES.  AN MA ALSO MAY INCLUDE ONE OR MORE OUT-
 LYING COUNTIES THAT HAVE CLOSE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS WITH THE
 CENTRAL COUNTY.  AN OUTLYING COUNTY MUST HAVE A SPECIFIED LEVEL OF COMMUTING
 TO THE CENTRAL COUNTIES AND ALSO MUST MEET CERTAIN STANDARDS REGARDING METRO-
 POLITAN CHARACTER, SUCH AS POPULATION DENSITY, URBAN POPULATION, AND POPULA-
 TION GROWTH.  IN NEW ENGLAND, MA'S ARE COMPOSED OF CITIES AND TOWNS RATHER
 THAN WHOLE COUNTIES.

 THE TERRITORY, POPULATION, AND HOUSING UNITS IN MA'S ARE REFERRED TO AS
 "METROPOLITAN." THE METROPOLITAN CATEGORY IS SUBDIVIDED INTO "INSIDE CENTRAL
 CITY" AND "OUTSIDE CENTRAL CITY." THE TERRITORY, POPULATION, AND HOUSING UNITS
 LOCATED OUTSIDE MA'S ARE REFERRED TO AS "NONMETROPOLITAN." THE METROPOLITAN
 AND NONMETROPOLITAN CLASSIFICATION CUTS ACROSS THE OTHER HIERARCHIES; FOR
 EXAMPLE, THERE IS GENERALLY BOTH URBAN AND RURAL TERRITORY WITHIN BOTH METRO-
 POLITAN AND NONMETROPOLITAN AREAS.

 TO MEET THE NEEDS OF VARIOUS USERS, THE STANDARDS PROVIDE FOR A FLEXIBLE
 STRUCTURE OF METROPOLITAN DEFINITIONS THAT CLASSIFY AN MA EITHER AS A METRO-
 POLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (MSA) OR AS A CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL
 AREA (CMSA) THAT IS DIVIDED INTO PRIMARY METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS
 (PMSA'S).  DOCUMENTATION OF THE MA STANDARDS AND HOW THEY ARE APPLIED IS
 AVAILABLE FROM THE SECRETARY, FEDERAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ON METROPOLITAN
 AREAS, POPULATION DIVISION, U.S.  BUREAU OF THE CENSUS, WASHINGTON, DC 20233.

CENTRAL CITY

 IN EACH MSA AND CMSA, THE LARGEST PLACE AND, IN SOME CASES, ADDITIONAL PLACES
 ARE DESIGNATED AS "CENTRAL CITIES" UNDER THE OFFICIAL STANDARDS.  A FEW PMSA'S
 DO NOT HAVE CENTRAL CITIES.  THE LARGEST CENTRAL CITY AND, IN SOME CASES, UP
 TO TWO ADDITIONAL CENTRAL CITIES ARE INCLUDED IN THE TITLE OF THE MA; THERE
 ALSO ARE CENTRAL CITIES THAT ARE NOT INCLUDED IN AN MA TITLE.  AN MA CENTRAL
 CITY DOES NOT INCLUDE ANY PART OF THAT CITY THAT EXTENDS OUTSIDE THE MA
 BOUNDARY.

CONSOLIDATED AND PRIMARY METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA

 IF AN AREA THAT QUALIFIES AS AN MA HAS MORE THAN ONE MILLION PERSONS, PRIMARY
 METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS (PMSA'S) MAY BE DEFINED WITHIN IT.  PMSA'S
 CONSIST OF A LARGE URBANIZED COUNTY OR CLUSTER OF COUNTIES THAT DEMONSTRATES
 VERY STRONG INTERNAL ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL LINKS, IN ADDITION TO CLOSE TIES TO
 OTHER PORTIONS OF THE LARGER AREA.  WHEN PMSA'S ARE ESTABLISHED, THE LARGER
 AREA OF WHICH THEY ARE COMPONENT PARTS IS DESIGNATED A CONSOLIDATED METRO-
 POLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (CMSA).

METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (MSA)

 METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS (MSA'S) ARE RELATIVELY FREESTANDING MA'S AND
 ARE NOT CLOSELY ASSOCIATED WITH OTHER MA'S.  THESE AREAS TYPICALLY ARE
 SURROUNDED BY NONMETROPOLITAN COUNTIES.

METROPOLITAN AREA TITLE AND CODE

 THE TITLE OF AN MSA CONTAINS THE NAME OF ITS LARGEST CENTRAL CITY AND UP TO
 TWO ADDITIONAL CITY NAMES, PROVIDED THAT THE ADDITIONAL PLACES MEET SPECIFIED
 LEVELS OF POPULATION, EMPLOYMENT, AND COMMUTING.  GENERALLY, A CITY WITH A
 POPULATION OF 250,000 OR MORE IS IN THE TITLE, REGARDLESS OF OTHER CRITERIA.

 THE TITLE OF A PMSA MAY CONTAIN UP TO THREE PLACE NAMES, AS DETERMINED ABOVE,
 OR UP TO THREE COUNTY NAMES, SEQUENCED IN ORDER OF POPULATION.  A CMSA TITLE
 ALSO MAY INCLUDE UP TO THREE NAMES, THE FIRST OF WHICH GENERALLY IS THE MOST
 POPULOUS CENTRAL CITY IN THE AREA.  THE SECOND NAME MAY BE THE FIRST CITY OR
 COUNTY NAME IN THE MOST POPULOUS REMAINING PMSA; THE THIRD NAME MAY BE THE
 FIRST CITY OR COUNTY NAME IN THE NEXT MOST POPULOUS PMSA.  A REGIONAL DESIG-
 NATION MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR THE SECOND AND/OR THIRD NAMES IN A CMSA TITLE
 IF SUCH A DESIGNATION IS SUPPORTED BY LOCAL OPINION AND IS DEEMED TO BE
 UNAMBIGUOUS AND SUITABLE BY THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET.

 THE TITLES FOR ALL MA'S ALSO CONTAIN THE NAME OF EACH STATE IN WHICH THE AREA
 IS LOCATED.  EACH METROPOLITAN AREA IS ASSIGNED A FOUR-DIGIT FIPS CODE, IN
 ALPHABETICAL ORDER NATIONWIDE.  IF THE FOURTH DIGIT OF THE CODE IS A "2," IT
 IDENTIFIES A CMSA.  ADDITIONALLY, THERE IS A SEPARATE SET OF TWO-DIGIT CODES
 FOR CMSA'S, ALSO ASSIGNED ALPHABETICALLY.
OUTLYING AREAS OF THE UNITED STATES

INTRODUCTION

 THE CENSUS BUREAU TREATS THE OUTLYING AREAS AS THE STATISTICAL EQUIVALENTS OF
 STATES FOR THE 1990 CENSUS.  THE OUTLYING AREAS ARE AMERICAN SAMOA, GUAM, THE
 COMMONWEALTH OF THE NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS (NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS),
 REPUBLIC OF PALAU (PALAU), PUERTO RICO, AND THE VIRGIN ISLANDS OF THE UNITED
 STATES (VIRGIN ISLANDS).  GEOGRAPHIC DEFINITIONS SPECIFIC TO EACH OUTLYING
 AREA ARE SHOWN IN APPENDIX A OF THE TEXT IN THE DATA PRODUCTS FOR EACH AREA.

PLACE

 PLACES, FOR THE REPORTING OF DECENNIAL CENSUS DATA, INCLUDE CENSUS DESIGNATED
 PLACES AND INCORPORATED PLACES.  EACH PLACE IS ASSIGNED A FOUR-DIGIT CENSUS
 CODE THAT IS UNIQUE WITHIN STATE.  EACH PLACE IS ALSO ASSIGNED A FIVE-DIGIT
 FIPS CODE THAT IS UNIQUE WITHIN STATE.  BOTH THE CENSUS AND FIPS CODES ARE
 ASSIGNED BASED ON ALPHABETICAL ORDER WITHIN STATE.  CONSOLIDATED CITIES (SEE
 BELOW) ARE ASSIGNED A ONE-CHARACTER ALPHABETICAL CENSUS CODE THAT IS UNIQUE
 NATIONWIDE AND A FIVE-DIGIT FIPS CODE THAT IS UNIQUE WITHIN STATE.
CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACE (CDP)

 CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACES (CDP'S) ARE DELINEATED FOR THE DECENNIAL CENSUS AS
 THE STATISTICAL COUNTERPARTS OF INCORPORATED PLACES.  CDP'S COMPRISE DENSELY
 SETTLED CONCENTRATIONS OF POPULATION THAT ARE IDENTIFIABLE BY NAME, BUT ARE
 NOT LEGALLY INCORPORATED PLACES.  THEIR BOUNDARIES, WHICH USUALLY COINCIDE
 WITH VISIBLE FEATURES OR THE BOUNDARY OF AN ADJACENT INCORPORATED PLACE, HAVE
 NO LEGAL STATUS, NOR DO THESE PLACES HAVE OFFICIALS ELECTED TO SERVE
 TRADITIONAL MUNICIPAL FUNCTIONS.  CDP BOUNDARIES MAY CHANGE WITH CHANGES IN
 THE SETTLEMENT PATTERN; A CDP WITH THE SAME NAME AS IN PREVIOUS CENSUSES DOES
 NOT NECESSARILY HAVE THE SAME BOUNDARIES.

 BEGINNING WITH THE 1950 CENSUS, THE CENSUS BUREAU, IN COOPERATION WITH STATE
 AGENCIES AND LOCAL CENSUS STATISTICAL AREAS COMMITTEES, HAS IDENTIFIED AND
 DELINEATED BOUNDARIES FOR CDP'S.  IN THE 1990 CENSUS, THE NAME OF EACH SUCH
 PLACE IS FOLLOWED BY "CDP." IN THE 1980 CENSUS, "(CDP)" WAS USED; IN 1970,
 1960, AND 1950 CENSUSES, THESE PLACES WERE IDENTIFIED BY "(U)," MEANING
 "UNINCORPORATED PLACE."

 TO QUALIFY AS A CDP FOR THE 1990 CENSUS, AN UNINCORPORATED COMMUNITY MUST HAVE
 MET THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA:

 1.  IN ALL STATES EXCEPT ALASKA AND HAWAII, THE CENSUS BUREAU USES THREE
    POPULATION SIZE CRITERIA TO DESIGNATE A CDP.  THESE CRITERIA ARE:

    A.  1,000 OR MORE PERSONS IF OUTSIDE THE BOUNDARIES OF AN URBANIZED
        AREA (UA) DELINEATED FOR THE 1980 CENSUS OR A SUBSEQUENT SPECIAL
        CENSUS.

    B.  2,500 OR MORE PERSONS IF INSIDE THE BOUNDARIES OF A UA DELINEATED
        FOR THE 1980 CENSUS OR A SUBSEQUENT SPECIAL CENSUS.

    C.  250 OR MORE PERSONS IF OUTSIDE THE BOUNDARIES OF A UA DELINEATED
        FOR THE 1980 CENSUS OR A SUBSEQUENT SPECIAL CENSUS, AND WITHIN THE
        OFFICIAL BOUNDARIES OF AN AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION RECOGNIZED
        FOR THE 1990 CENSUS.

 2.  IN ALASKA, 25 OR MORE PERSONS IF OUTSIDE A UA, AND 2,500 OR MORE
    PERSONS IF INSIDE A UA DELINEATED FOR THE 1980 CENSUS OR A SUBSEQUENT
    SPECIAL CENSUS.

 3.  IN HAWAII, 300 OR MORE PERSONS, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER THE COMMUNITY
    IS INSIDE OR OUTSIDE A UA.

 FOR THE 1990 CENSUS, CDP'S QUALIFIED ON THE BASIS OF THE POPULATION COUNTS
 PREPARED FOR THE 1990 POSTCENSUS LOCAL REVIEW PROGRAM.  BECAUSE THESE COUNTS
 WERE SUBJECT TO CHANGE, A FEW CDP'S MAY HAVE FINAL POPULATION COUNTS LOWER
 THAN THE MINIMUMS SHOWN ABOVE.

 HAWAII IS THE ONLY STATE WITH NO INCORPORATED PLACES RECOGNIZED BY THE BUREAU
 OF THE CENSUS.  ALL PLACES SHOWN FOR HAWAII IN THE DATA PRODUCTS ARE CDP'S.
 BY AGREEMENT WITH THE STATE OF HAWAII, THE CENSUS BUREAU DOES NOT SHOW DATA
 SEPARATELY FOR THE CITY OF HONOLULU, WHICH IS COEXTENSIVE WITH HONOLULU
 COUNTY.

CONSOLIDATED CITY

 A CONSOLIDATED GOVERNMENT IS A UNIT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT FOR WHICH THE FUNC-
 TIONS OF AN INCORPORATED PLACE AND ITS COUNTY OR MINOR CIVIL DIVISION (MCD)
 HAVE MERGED.  THE LEGAL ASPECTS OF THIS ACTION MAY RESULT IN BOTH THE PRIMARY
 INCORPORATED PLACE AND THE COUNTY OR MCD CONTINUING TO EXIST AS LEGAL
 ENTITIES, EVEN THOUGH THE COUNTY OR MCD PERFORMS FEW OR NO GOVERNMENTAL FUNC-
 TIONS AND HAS FEW OR NO ELECTED OFFICIALS.  WHERE THIS OCCURS, AND WHERE ONE
 OR MORE OTHER INCORPORATED PLACES IN THE COUNTY OR MCD CONTINUE TO FUNCTION AS
 SEPARATE GOVERNMENTS, EVEN THOUGH THEY HAVE BEEN INCLUDED IN THE CONSOLIDATED
 GOVERNMENT, THE PRIMARY INCORPORATED PLACE IS REFERRED TO AS A "CONSOLIDATED
 CITY."

 THE DATA PRESENTATION FOR CONSOLIDATED CITIES VARIES DEPENDING UPON THE GEO-
 GRAPHIC PRESENTATION.  IN HIERARCHICAL PRESENTATIONS, CONSOLIDATED CITIES ARE
 NOT SHOWN.  THESE PRESENTATIONS INCLUDE THE SEMI-INDEPENDENT PLACES AND THE
 "CONSOLIDATED CITY (REMAINDER)." WHERE THE CONSOLIDATED CITY IS COEXTENSIVE
 WITH A COUNTY OR COUNTY SUBDIVISION, THE DATA SHOWN FOR THOSE AREAS IN HIERAR-
 CHICAL PRESENTATIONS ARE EQUIVALENT TO THOSE FOR THE CONSOLIDATED GOVERNMENT.

 FOR INVENTORY GEOGRAPHIC PRESENTATIONS, THE CONSOLIDATED CITY APPEARS AT THE
 END OF THE LISTING OF PLACES.  THE DATA FOR THE CONSOLIDATED CITY INCLUDE
 PLACES THAT ARE PART OF THE CONSOLIDATED CITY.  THE "CONSOLIDATED CITY
 (REMAINDER)" IS THE PORTION OF THE CONSOLIDATED GOVERNMENT MINUS THE SEMI-
 INDEPENDENT PLACES, AND IS SHOWN IN ALPHABETICAL SEQUENCE WITH OTHER PLACES.

 IN SUMMARY PRESENTATIONS BY SIZE OF PLACE, THE CONSOLIDATED CITY IS NOT
 INCLUDED.  THE PLACES SEMI-INDEPENDENT OF CONSOLIDATED CITIES ARE CATEGORIZED
 BY THEIR SIZE, AS IS THE "CONSOLIDATED CITY (REMAINDER)."

 EACH CONSOLIDATED CITY IS ASSIGNED A ONE-CHARACTER ALPHABETIC CENSUS CODE.
 EACH CONSOLIDATED CITY ALSO IS ASSIGNED A FIVE-DIGIT FIPS CODE THAT IS UNIQUE
 WITHIN STATE.  THE SEMI-INDEPENDENT PLACES AND THE "CONSOLIDATED CITY
 (REMAINDER)" ARE ASSIGNED A FOUR-DIGIT CENSUS CODE AND A FIVE-DIGIT FIPS PLACE
 CODE THAT ARE UNIQUE WITHIN STATE.  BOTH THE CENSUS AND FIPS CODES ARE
 ASSIGNED BASED ON ALPHABETICAL ORDER WITHIN STATE.

INCORPORATED PLACE

 INCORPORATED PLACES RECOGNIZED IN 1990 CENSUS DATA PRODUCTS ARE THOSE REPORTED
 TO THE CENSUS BUREAU AS LEGALLY IN EXISTENCE ON JANUARY 1, 1990 UNDER THE LAWS
 OF THEIR RESPECTIVE STATES AS CITIES, BOROUGHS, TOWNS, AND VILLAGES, WITH THE
 FOLLOWING EXCEPTIONS: THE TOWNS IN THE NEW ENGLAND STATES, NEW YORK, AND WIS-
 CONSIN, AND THE BOROUGHS IN NEW YORK ARE RECOGNIZED AS MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS
 FOR CENSUS PURPOSES; THE BOROUGHS IN ALASKA ARE COUNTY EQUIVALENTS.

POPULATION OR HOUSING UNIT DENSITY

 POPULATION OR HOUSING UNIT DENSITY IS COMPUTED BY DIVIDING THE TOTAL POPULA-
 TION OR HOUSING UNITS OF A GEOGRAPHIC UNIT (FOR EXAMPLE, UNITED STATES, STATE,
 COUNTY, PLACE) BY ITS LAND AREA MEASURED IN SQUARE KILOMETERS OR SQUARE MILES.
 DENSITY IS EXPRESSED AS BOTH "PERSONS (OR HOUSING UNITS) PER SQUARE KILOMETER"
 AND "PERSONS (OR HOUSING UNITS) PER SQUARE MILE" OF LAND AREA IN 1990 CENSUS
 PRINTED REPORTS.

STATE

 STATES ARE THE PRIMARY GOVERNMENTAL DIVISIONS OF THE UNITED STATES.  THE
 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA IS TREATED AS A STATISTICAL EQUIVALENT OF A STATE FOR
 CENSUS PURPOSES.  THE FOUR CENSUS REGIONS, NINE CENSUS DIVISIONS, AND THEIR
 COMPONENT STATES ARE SHOWN UNDER "CENSUS  REGION AND CENSUS DIVISION" IN
 THIS APPENDIX.

 THE CENSUS BUREAU TREATS THE OUTLYING AREAS AS STATE EQUIVALENTS FOR THE 1990
 CENSUS.  THE OUTLYING AREAS ARE AMERICAN SAMOA, GUAM, THE NORTHERN MARIANA
 ISLANDS, PALAU, PUERTO RICO, AND THE VIRGIN ISLANDS OF THE UNITED STATES.
 GEOGRAPHIC DEFINITIONS SPECIFIC TO EACH OUTLYING AREA ARE SHOWN IN APPENDIX A
 IN THE DATA PRODUCTS FOR EACH AREA.

 EACH STATE AND EQUIVALENT IS ASSIGNED A TWO-DIGIT NUMERIC FEDERAL INFORMATION
 PROCESSING STANDARDS (FIPS) CODE IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER BY STATE NAME, FOLLOWED
 BY THE OUTLYING AREA NAMES.  EACH STATE AND EQUIVALENT AREA ALSO IS ASSIGNED A
 TWO-DIGIT CENSUS CODE.  THIS CODE IS ASSIGNED ON THE BASIS OF THE GEOGRAPHIC
 SEQUENCE OF EACH STATE WITHIN EACH CENSUS DIVISION; THE FIRST DIGIT OF THE
 CODE IS THE CODE FOR THE RESPECTIVE DIVISION.  PUERTO RICO, THE VIRGIN
 ISLANDS, AND THE OUTLYING AREAS OF THE PACIFIC ARE ASSIGNED "0" AS THE DIVI-
 SION CODE.  EACH STATE AND EQUIVALENT AREA ALSO IS ASSIGNED THE TWO-LETTER
 FIPS/UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE (USPS) CODE.

 IN 12 SELECTED STATES (CONNECTICUT, MAINE, MASSACHUSETTS, MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA,
 NEW HAMPSHIRE, NEW JERSEY, NEW YORK, PENNSYLVANIA, RHODE ISLAND, VERMONT, AND
 WISCONSIN), THE MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS ALSO SERVE AS GENERAL-PURPOSE LOCAL
 GOVERNMENTS.  THE CENSUS BUREAU PRESENTS DATA FOR THESE MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS
 IN ALL DATA PRODUCTS IN WHICH IT PROVIDES DATA FOR PLACES.

TIGER

 TIGER IS AN ACRONYM FOR THE NEW DIGITAL (COMPUTER-READABLE) GEOGRAPHIC DATA
 BASE THAT AUTOMATES THE MAPPING AND RELATED GEOGRAPHIC ACTIVITIES REQUIRED TO
 SUPPORT THE CENSUS BUREAU'S CENSUS AND SURVEY PROGRAMS.  THE CENSUS BUREAU
 DEVELOPED THE TOPOLOGICALLY INTEGRATED GEOGRAPHIC ENCODING AND REFERENCING
 (TIGER) SYSTEM TO AUTOMATE THE GEOGRAPHIC SUPPORT PROCESSES NEEDED TO MEET THE
 MAJOR GEOGRAPHIC NEEDS OF THE 1990 CENSUS: PRODUCING THE CARTOGRAPHIC PRODUCTS
 TO SUPPORT DATA COLLECTION AND MAP PUBLICATION, PROVIDING THE GEOGRAPHIC
 STRUCTURE FOR TABULATION AND PUBLICATION OF THE COLLECTED DATA, ASSIGNING
 RESIDENTIAL AND EMPLOYER ADDRESSES TO THEIR GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION AND RELATING
 THOSE LOCATIONS TO THE CENSUS BUREAU'S GEOGRAPHIC UNITS, AND SO FORTH.  THE
 CONTENT OF THE TIGER DATA BASE IS MADE AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC THROUGH A
 VARIETY OF "TIGER EXTRACT" FILES THAT MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DATA USER
 SERVICES DIVISION, U.S. BUREAU OF THE CENSUS, WASHINGTON, DC 20233.
UNITED STATES

INTRODUCTION

 THE UNITED STATES COMPRISES THE 50 STATES AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.  IN
 ADDITION, THE CENSUS BUREAU TREATS THE OUTLYING AREAS AS STATISTICAL EQUI-
 VALENTS OF STATES FOR THE 1990 CENSUS.  THE OUTLYING AREAS INCLUDE AMERICAN
 SAMOA, GUAM, THE NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS, PALAU, PUERTO RICO, AND THE VIRGIN
 ISLANDS.

URBAN AND RURAL

 THE CENSUS BUREAU DEFINES "URBAN" FOR THE 1990 CENSUS AS COMPRISING ALL
 TERRITORY, POPULATION, AND HOUSING UNITS IN URBANIZED AREAS AND IN PLACES OF
 2,500 OR MORE PERSONS OUTSIDE URBANIZED AREAS.  MORE SPECIFICALLY, "URBAN"
 CONSISTS OF TERRITORY, PERSONS, AND HOUSING UNITS IN:

 1.  PLACES OF 2,500 OR MORE PERSONS INCORPORATED AS CITIES, VILLAGES,
    BOROUGHS (EXCEPT IN ALASKA AND NEW YORK), AND TOWNS (EXCEPT IN THE SIX
    NEW ENGLAND STATES, NEW YORK, AND WISCONSIN), BUT EXCLUDING THE RURAL
    PORTIONS OF "EXTENDED CITIES."

 2.  CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACES OF 2,500 OR MORE PERSONS.

 3.  OTHER TERRITORY, INCORPORATED OR UNINCORPORATED, INCLUDED IN
    URBANIZED AREAS.

 TERRITORY, POPULATION, AND HOUSING UNITS NOT CLASSIFIED AS URBAN CONSTITUTE
 "RURAL." IN THE 100-PERCENT DATA PRODUCTS, "RURAL" IS DIVIDED INTO "PLACES OF
 LESS THAN 2,500" AND "NOT IN PLACES." THE "NOT IN PLACES" CATEGORY COMPRISES
 "RURAL" OUTSIDE INCORPORATED AND CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACES AND THE RURAL POR-
 TIONS OF EXTENDED CITIES.  IN MANY DATA PRODUCTS, THE TERM "OTHER RURAL" IS
 USED; "OTHER RURAL" IS A RESIDUAL CATEGORY SPECIFIC TO THE CLASSIFICATION OF
 THE RURAL IN EACH DATA PRODUCT.

 IN THE SAMPLE DATA PRODUCTS, RURAL POPULATION AND HOUSING UNITS ARE SUBDIVIDED
 INTO "RURAL FARM" AND "RURAL NONFARM." "RURAL FARM" COMPRISES ALL RURAL HOUSE-
 HOLDS AND HOUSING UNITS ON FARMS (PLACES FROM WHICH $1,000 OR MORE OF AGRICUL-
 TURAL PRODUCTS WERE SOLD IN 1989); "RURAL NONFARM" COMPRISES THE REMAINING
 RURAL.

 THE URBAN AND RURAL CLASSIFICATION CUTS ACROSS THE OTHER HIERARCHIES; FOR
 EXAMPLE, THERE IS GENERALLY BOTH URBAN AND RURAL TERRITORY WITHIN BOTH METRO-
 POLITAN AND NONMETROPOLITAN AREAS.

 IN CENSUSES PRIOR TO 1950, "URBAN" COMPRISED ALL TERRITORY, PERSONS, AND
 HOUSING UNITS IN INCORPORATED PLACES OF 2,500 OR MORE PERSONS, AND IN AREAS
 (USUALLY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS) CLASSIFIED AS URBAN UNDER SPECIAL RULES
 RELATING TO POPULATION SIZE AND DENSITY.  THE DEFINITION OF URBAN THAT
 RESTRICTED ITSELF TO INCORPORATED PLACES HAVING 2,500 OR MORE PERSONS EXCLUDED
 MANY LARGE, DENSELY SETTLED AREAS MERELY BECAUSE THEY WERE NOT INCORPORATED.
 PRIOR TO THE 1950 CENSUS, THE CENSUS BUREAU ATTEMPTED TO AVOID SOME OF THE
 MORE OBVIOUS OMISSIONS BY CLASSIFYING SELECTED AREAS AS "URBAN UNDER SPECIAL
 RULES."  EVEN WITH THESE RULES, HOWEVER, MANY LARGE, CLOSELY BUILT-UP AREAS
 WERE EXCLUDED FROM THE URBAN CATEGORY.

 TO IMPROVE ITS MEASURE OF URBAN TERRITORY, POPULATION, AND HOUSING UNITS, THE
 CENSUS BUREAU ADOPTED THE CONCEPT OF THE URBANIZED AREA AND DELINEATED BOUN-
 DARIES FOR UNINCORPORATED PLACES (NOW, CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACES) FOR THE 1950
 CENSUS.  URBAN WAS DEFINED AS TERRITORY, PERSONS, AND HOUSING UNITS IN
 URBANIZED AREAS AND, OUTSIDE URBANIZED AREAS, IN ALL PLACES, INCORPORATED OR
 UNINCORPORATED, THAT HAD 2,500 OR MORE PERSONS.  WITH THE FOLLOWING THREE
 EXCEPTIONS, THE 1950 CENSUS DEFINITION OF URBAN HAS CONTINUED SUBSTANTIALLY
 UNCHANGED.  FIRST, IN THE 1960 CENSUS (BUT NOT IN THE 1970, 1980, OR 1990
 CENSUSES), CERTAIN TOWNS IN THE NEW ENGLAND STATES, TOWNSHIPS IN NEW JERSEY
 AND PENNSYLVANIA, AND ARLINGTON COUNTY, VIRGINIA, WERE DESIGNATED AS URBAN.
 HOWEVER, MOST OF THESE "SPECIAL RULE" AREAS WOULD HAVE BEEN CLASSIFIED AS
 URBAN ANYWAY BECAUSE THEY WERE INCLUDED IN AN URBANIZED AREA OR IN AN UNIN-
 CORPORATED PLACE OF 2,500 OR MORE PERSONS.  SECOND, "EXTENDED CITIES" WERE
 IDENTIFIED FOR THE 1970, 1980, AND 1990 CENSUSES.  EXTENDED CITIES PRIMARILY
 AFFECT THE FIGURES FOR URBAN AND RURAL TERRITORY (AREA), BUT HAVE VERY LITTLE
 EFFECT ON THE URBAN AND RURAL POPULATION AND HOUSING UNITS AT THE NATIONAL AND
 STATE LEVELS-- ALTHOUGH FOR SOME INDIVIDUAL COUNTIES AND URBANIZED AREAS, THE
 EFFECTS HAVE BEEN MORE EVIDENT.  THIRD, CHANGES SINCE THE 1970 CENSUS IN THE
 CRITERIA FOR DEFINING URBANIZED AREAS HAVE PERMITTED THESE AREAS TO BE DEFINED
 AROUND SMALLER CENTERS.

 DOCUMENTATION OF THE URBANIZED AREA AND EXTENDED CITY CRITERIA IS AVAILABLE
 FROM THE CHIEF, GEOGRAPHY DIVISION, U.S.  BUREAU OF THE CENSUS, WASHINGTON, DC
 20233.

EXTENDED CITY

 SINCE THE 1960 CENSUS, THERE HAS BEEN A TREND IN SOME STATES TOWARD THE EXTEN-
 SION OF CITY BOUNDARIES TO INCLUDE TERRITORY THAT IS ESSENTIALLY RURAL IN
 CHARACTER.  THE CLASSIFICATION OF ALL THE POPULATION AND LIVING QUARTERS OF
 SUCH PLACES AS URBAN WOULD INCLUDE IN THE URBAN DESIGNATION TERRITORY,
 PERSONS, AND HOUSING UNITS WHOSE ENVIRONMENT IS PRIMARILY RURAL.  FOR THE
 1970, 1980, AND 1990 CENSUSES, THE CENSUS BUREAU IDENTIFIED AS RURAL SUCH
 TERRITORY AND ITS POPULATION AND HOUSING UNITS FOR EACH EXTENDED CITY WHOSE
 CLOSELY SETTLED AREA WAS LOCATED IN AN URBANIZED AREA.  FOR THE 1990 CENSUS,
 THIS CLASSIFICATION ALSO HAS BEEN APPLIED TO CERTAIN PLACES OUTSIDE URBANIZED
 AREAS.

 IN SUMMARY PRESENTATIONS BY SIZE OF PLACE, THE URBAN PORTION OF AN EXTENDED
 CITY IS CLASSIFIED BY THE POPULATION OF THE ENTIRE PLACE; THE RURAL PORTION
 IS INCLUDED IN "OTHER RURAL."

URBANIZED AREA (UA)

 THE CENSUS BUREAU DELINEATES URBANIZED AREAS (UA'S) TO PROVIDE A BETTER
 SEPARATION OF URBAN AND RURAL TERRITORY, POPULATION, AND HOUSING IN THE
 VICINITY OF LARGE PLACES.  A UA COMPRISES ONE OR MORE PLACES ("CENTRAL PLACE")
 AND THE ADJACENT DENSELY SETTLED SURROUNDING TERRITORY ("URBAN FRINGE") THAT
 TOGETHER HAVE A MINIMUM OF 50,000 PERSONS.  THE URBAN FRINGE GENERALLY CON-
 SISTS OF CONTIGUOUS TERRITORY HAVING A DENSITY OF LEAST 1,000 PERSONS PER
 SQUARE MILE.  THE URBAN FRINGE ALSO INCLUDES OUTLYING TERRITORY OF SUCH DEN-
 SITY IF IT WAS CONNECTED TO THE CORE OF THE CONTIGUOUS AREA BY ROAD AND IS
 WITHIN 1 1/2 ROAD MILES OF THAT CORE, OR WITHIN 5 ROAD MILES OF THE CORE
 BUT SEPARATED BY WATER OR OTHER UNDEVELOPABLE TERRITORY.  OTHER TERRITORY
 WITH A POPULATION DENSITY OF FEWER THAN 1,000 PEOPLE PER SQUARE MILE IS
 INCLUDED IN THE URBAN FRINGE IF IT ELIMINATES AN ENCLAVE OR CLOSES AN
 INDENTATION IN THE BOUNDARY OF THE URBANIZED AREA.  THE POPULATION DENSITY IS
 DETERMINED BY (1) OUTSIDE OF A PLACE, ONE OR MORE CONTIGUOUS CENSUS BLOCKS
 WITH A POPULATION DENSITY OF AT LEAST 1,000 PERSONS PER SQUARE MILE OR (2)
 INCLUSION OF A PLACE CONTAINING CENSUS BLOCKS THAT HAVE AT LEAST 50 PERCENT OF
 THE POPULATION OF THE PLACE AND A DENSITY OF AT LEAST 1,000 PERSONS PER SQUARE
 MILE.  THE COMPLETE CRITERIA ARE AVAILABLE FROM THE CHIEF, GEOGRAPHY DIVISION,
 U.S.  BUREAU OF THE CENSUS, WASHINGTON, DC 20233.

URBANIZED AREA CENTRAL PLACE

 ONE OR MORE CENTRAL PLACES FUNCTION AS THE DOMINANT CENTERS OF EACH  UA.  THE
 IDENTIFICATION OF A UA CENTRAL PLACE PERMITS THE COMPARISON OF THIS DOMINANT
 CENTER WITH THE REMAINING TERRITORY IN THE UA.  THERE IS NO LIMIT ON THE
 NUMBER OF CENTRAL PLACES, AND NOT ALL CENTRAL PLACES ARE NECESSARILY INCLUDED
 IN THE UA TITLE.  UA CENTRAL PLACES INCLUDE:

 EACH PLACE ENTIRELY (OR PARTIALLY, IF THE PLACE IS AN EXTENDED CITY) WITHIN
 THE UA THAT IS A CENTRAL CITY OF A METROPOLITAN AREA (MA).

 IF THE UA DOES NOT CONTAIN AN MA CENTRAL CITY OR IS LOCATED OUTSIDE OF AN MA,
 THE CENTRAL PLACE(S) IS DETERMINED BY POPULATION SIZE.

URBANIZED AREA TITLE AND CODE

 THE TITLE OF A UA IDENTIFIES THOSE PLACES THAT ARE MOST IMPORTANT WITHIN THE
 UA; IT LINKS THE UA TO THE ENCOMPASSING MA, WHERE APPROPRIATE.  IF A SINGLE MA
 INCLUDES MOST OF THE UA, THE TITLE AND CODE OF THE UA GENERALLY ARE THE SAME
 AS THE TITLE AND CODE OF THE MA.  IF THE UA IS NOT MOSTLY INCLUDED IN A SINGLE
 MA, IF IT DOES NOT INCLUDE ANY PLACE THAT IS A CENTRAL CITY OF THE ENCOM-
 PASSING MA, OR IF IT IS NOT LOCATED IN AN MA, THE CENSUS BUREAU USES THE POPU-
 LATION SIZE OF THE INCLUDED PLACES, WITH A PREFERENCE FOR INCORPORATED PLACES,
 TO DETERMINE THE UA TITLE.  THE NAME OF EACH STATE IN WHICH THE UA IS LOCATED
 ALSO IS IN EACH UA TITLE.

 THE NUMERIC CODE USED TO IDENTIFY EACH UA IS THE SAME AS THE CODE FOR THE
 MOSTLY ENCOMPASSING MA (INCLUDING CMSA AND PMSA).  IF MA TITLE CITIES REPRE-
 SENT MULTIPLE UA'S, OR THE UA TITLE CITY DOES NOT CORRESPOND TO THE FIRST NAME
 OF AN MA TITLE, THE CENSUS BUREAU ASSIGNS A CODE BASED ON THE ALPHABETICAL
 SEQUENCE OF THE UA TITLE IN RELATIONSHIP TO THE OTHER UA AND MA TITLES.

VOTING DISTRICT (VTD)

 A VOTING DISTRICT (VTD) IS ANY OF A VARIETY OF TYPES OF AREAS (FOR EXAMPLE,
 ELECTION DISTRICTS, PRECINCTS, WARDS, LEGISLATIVE DISTRICTS) ESTABLISHED BY
 STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS FOR PURPOSES OF ELECTIONS.  FOR CENSUS PURPOSES,
 EACH STATE PARTICIPATING IN PHASE 2 OF THE 1990 CENSUS REDISTRICTING DATA
 PROGRAM OUTLINED THE BOUNDARIES OF VTD'S AROUND GROUPS OF WHOLE CENSUS BLOCKS
 ON CENSUS MAPS.  THE ENTITIES IDENTIFIED AS VTD'S ARE NOT NECESSARILY THOSE
 LEGALLY OR CURRENTLY ESTABLISHED.  ALSO, TO MEET THE "WHOLE BLOCK" CRITERION,
 A STATE MAY HAVE HAD TO ADJUST VTD BOUNDARIES TO NEARBY BLOCK BOUNDARIES.
 THEREFORE, THE VTD'S SHOWN ON THE 1990 CENSUS TAPES, LISTINGS, AND MAPS MAY
 NOT REPRESENT THE ACTUAL VTD'S IN EFFECT AT THE TIME OF THE CENSUS. IN THE
 1980 CENSUS, VTD'S WERE REFERRED TO AS "ELECTION PRECINCTS."

 EACH VTD IS ASSIGNED A FOUR-CHARACTER ALPHANUMERIC CODE THAT IS UNIQUE WITHIN
 EACH COUNTY.  THE CODE "ZZZZ" IS ASSIGNED TO NONPARTICIPATING AREAS; THE
 CENSUS BUREAU REPORTS DATA FOR AREAS CODED "ZZZZ."

ZIP CODE

 ZIP CODES ARE ADMINISTRATIVE UNITS ESTABLISHED BY THE UNITED STATES POSTAL
 SERVICE (USPS) FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF MAIL.  ZIP CODES SERVE ADDRESSES FOR
 THE MOST EFFICIENT DELIVERY OF MAIL, AND THEREFORE GENERALLY DO NOT RESPECT
 POLITICAL OR CENSUS STATISTICAL AREA BOUNDARIES.  ZIP CODES USUALLY DO NOT
 HAVE CLEARLY IDENTIFIABLE BOUNDARIES, OFTEN SERVE A CONTINUALLY CHANGING
 AREA, ARE CHANGED PERIODICALLY TO MEET POSTAL REQUIREMENTS, AND DO NOT COVER
 ALL THE LAND AREA OF THE UNITED STATES.  ZIP CODES ARE IDENTIFIED BY FIVE-
 DIGIT CODES ASSIGNED BY THE USPS.  THE FIRST THREE DIGITS IDENTIFY A MAJOR
 CITY OR SECTIONAL DISTRIBUTION CENTER, AND THE LAST TWO DIGITS GENERALLY
 SIGNIFY A SPECIFIC POST OFFICE'S DELIVERY AREA OR POINT.  FOR THE 1990 CENSUS,
 ZIP CODE DATA ARE TABULATED FOR THE FIVE-DIGIT CODES IN STF 3B.
POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS

AGE

 AGE--THE DATA ON AGE WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS TO QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM 5, WHICH
 WAS ASKED OF ALL PERSONS. THE AGE CLASSIFICATION IS BASED ON THE AGE OF THE
 PERSON IN COMPLETE YEARS AS OF APRIL 1, 1990.  THE AGE RESPONSE IN QUESTION 5A
 WAS USED NORMALLY TO REPRESENT A PERSON'S AGE.  HOWEVER, WHEN THE AGE RESPONSE
 WAS UNACCEPTABLE OR UNAVAILABLE, A PERSON'S AGE WAS DERIVED FROM AN ACCEPTABLE
 YEAR-OF-BIRTH RESPONSE IN QUESTION 5B.

 DATA ON AGE ARE USED TO DETERMINE THE APPLICABILITY OF OTHER QUESTIONS FOR A
 PERSON AND TO CLASSIFY OTHER CHARACTERISTICS IN CENSUS TABULATIONS. AGE DATA
 ARE NEEDED TO INTERPRET MOST SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS USED TO PLAN
 AND EXAMINE MANY PROGRAMS AND POLICIES.  THEREFORE, AGE IS TABULATED BY SINGLE
 YEARS OF AGE AND BY MANY DIFFERENT GROUPINGS, SUCH AS 5-YEAR AGE GROUPS.

 SOME TABULATIONS ARE SHOWN BY THE AGE OF THE HOUSEHOLDER. THESE DATA WERE
 DERIVED FROM THE AGE RESPONSES FOR EACH HOUSEHOLDER. (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON
 HOUSEHOLDER, SEE THE DISCUSSION UNDER "HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP.")

 MEDIAN AGE--THIS MEASURE DIVIDES THE AGE DISTRIBUTION INTO TWO EQUAL PARTS:
 ONE-HALF OF THE CASES FALLING BELOW THE MEDIAN VALUE AND ONE-HALF ABOVE THE
 VALUE. GENERALLY, MEDIAN AGE IS COMPUTED ON THE BASIS OF MORE DETAILED AGE
 INTERVALS THAN ARE SHOWN IN SOME CENSUS PUBLICATIONS; THUS, A MEDIAN BASED ON
 A LESS DETAILED DISTRIBUTION MAY DIFFER SLIGHTLY FROM A CORRESPONDING MEDIAN
 FOR THE SAME POPULATION BASED ON A MORE DETAILED DISTRIBUTION. (FOR MORE
 INFORMATION ON MEDIANS, SEE THE DISCUSSION UNDER "DERIVED MEASURES.")

 LIMITATION OF THE DATA--COUNTS IN 1970 AND 1980 FOR PERSONS 100 YEARS OLD
 AND OVER WERE SUBSTANTIALLY OVERSTATED. IMPROVEMENTS WERE MADE IN THE
 QUESTIONNAIRE DESIGN, IN THE ALLOCATION PROCEDURES, AND TO THE RESPONDENT
 INSTRUCTION GUIDE TO ATTEMPT TO MINIMIZE THIS PROBLEM FOR THE 1990 CENSUS.

 REVIEW OF DETAILED 1990 CENSUS INFORMATION INDICATED THAT RESPONDENTS TENDED
 TO PROVIDE THEIR AGE AS OF THE DATE OF COMPLETION OF THE QUESTIONNAIRE, NOT
 THEIR AGE AS OF APRIL 1, 1990. IN ADDITION, THERE MAY HAVE BEEN A TENDENCY FOR
 RESPONDENTS TO ROUND THEIR AGE UP IF THEY WERE CLOSE TO HAVING A BIRTHDAY. IT
 IS LIKELY THAT APPROXIMATELY 10 PERCENT OF PERSONS IN MOST AGE GROUPS ARE
 ACTUALLY 1 YEAR YOUNGER. FOR MOST SINGLE YEARS OF AGE, THE MISSTATEMENTS ARE
 LARGELY OFFSETTING. THE PROBLEM IS MOST PRONOUNCED AT AGE 0 BECAUSE PERSONS
 LOST TO AGE 1 MAY NOT HAVE BEEN FULLY OFFSET BY THE INCLUSION OF BABIES BORN
 AFTER APRIL 1, 1990, AND BECAUSE THERE MAY HAVE BEEN MORE ROUNDING  UP TO AGE
 1 TO AVOID REPORTING AGE AS 0 YEARS. (AGE IN COMPLETE MONTHS WAS NOT COLLECTED
 FOR INFANTS UNDER AGE 1.)

 THE REPORTING OF AGE 1 YEAR OLDER THAN AGE ON APRIL 1, 1990, IS LIKELY TO HAVE
 BEEN GREATER IN AREAS WHERE THE CENSUS DATA WERE COLLECTED LATER IN 1990. THE
 MAGNITUDE OF THIS PROBLEM WAS MUCH LESS IN THE THREE PREVIOUS CENSUSES WHERE
 AGE WAS TYPICALLY DERIVED FROM RESPONDENT DATA ON YEAR OF BIRTH AND QUARTER OF
 BIRTH. (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE DESIGN OF THE AGE QUESTION, SEE THE
 SECTION BELOW THAT DISCUSSES "COMPARABILITY.")

 COMPARABILITY--AGE DATA HAVE BEEN COLLECTED IN EVERY CENSUS. FOR THE FIRST
 TIME SINCE 1950, THE 1990 DATA ARE NOT AVAILABLE BY QUARTER YEAR OF AGE.
 THIS CHANGE WAS MADE SO THAT CODED INFORMATION COULD BE OBTAINED FOR BOTH
 AGE AND YEAR OF BIRTH. IN EACH CENSUS SINCE 1940, THE AGE OF A PERSON WAS
 ASSIGNED WHEN IT WAS NOT REPORTED. IN CENSUSES BEFORE 1940, WITH THE
 EXCEPTION OF 1880, PERSONS OF UNKNOWN AGE WERE SHOWN AS A SEPARATE CATEGORY.
 SINCE 1960, ASSIGNMENT OF UNKNOWN AGE HAS BEEN PERFORMED BY A GENERAL
 PROCEDURE DESCRIBED AS "IMPUTATION." THE SPECIFIC PROCEDURES FOR IMPUTING AGE
 HAVE BEEN DIFFERENT IN EACH CENSUS.  (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON IMPUTATION,
 SEE APPENDIX C, ACCURACY OF THE DATA.)

ANCESTRY

 ANCESTRY--THE DATA ON ANCESTRY WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS TO QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM
 13, WHICH WAS ASKED OF A SAMPLE OF PERSONS.  THE QUESTION WAS BASED ON SELF-
 IDENTIFICATION; THE DATA ON ANCESTRY REPRESENT SELF-CLASSIFICATION BY PEOPLE
 ACCORDING TO THE ANCESTRY GROUP(S) WITH WHICH THEY MOST CLOSELY IDENTIFY.
 ANCESTRY REFERS TO A PERSON'S ETHNIC ORIGIN OR DESCENT, "ROOTS," OR HERITAGE
 OR THE PLACE OF BIRTH OF THE PERSON OR THE PERSON'S PARENTS OR ANCESTORS
 BEFORE THEIR ARRIVAL IN THE UNITED STATES. SOME ETHNIC IDENTITIES, SUCH AS
 "EGYPTIAN" OR "POLISH" CAN BE TRACED TO GEOGRAPHIC AREAS OUTSIDE THE UNITED
 STATES, WHILE OTHER ETHNICITIES SUCH AS "PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH" OR "CAJUN"
 EVOLVED IN THE UNITED STATES.

 THE INTENT OF THE ANCESTRY QUESTION WAS NOT TO MEASURE THE DEGREE OF
 ATTACHMENT THE RESPONDENT HAD TO A PARTICULAR ETHNICITY.  FOR EXAMPLE, A
 RESPONSE OF "IRISH" MIGHT REFLECT TOTAL INVOLVEMENT IN AN "IRISH" COMMUNITY
 OR ONLY A MEMORY OF ANCESTORS SEVERAL GENERATIONS REMOVED FROM THE INDIVIDUAL.

 THE CENSUS BUREAU CODED THE RESPONSES THROUGH AN AUTOMATED REVIEW, EDIT, AND
 CODING OPERATION. THE OPEN-ENDED WRITE-IN ANCESTRY ITEM WAS CODED BY
 SUBJECT-MATTER SPECIALISTS INTO A NUMERIC REPRESENTATION USING A CODE LIST
 CONTAINING OVER 1,000 CATEGORIES. THE 1990 CODE LIST REFLECTS THE RESULTS OF
 THE CENSUS BUREAU'S OWN RESEARCH AND CONSULTATIONS WITH MANY ETHNIC EXPERTS.
 MANY DECISIONS WERE MADE TO DETERMINE THE CLASSIFICATION OF RESPONSES. THESE
 DECISIONS AFFECTED THE GROUPING OF THE TABULATED DATA. FOR EXAMPLE, THE
 "ASSYRIAN" CATEGORY INCLUDES BOTH RESPONSES OF "ASSYRIAN" AND "CHALDEAN."

 THE ANCESTRY QUESTION ALLOWED RESPONDENTS TO REPORT ONE OR MORE ANCESTRY
 GROUPS. WHILE A LARGE NUMBER OF RESPONDENTS LISTED A SINGLE ANCESTRY, THE
 MAJORITY OF ANSWERS INCLUDED MORE THAN ONE ETHNIC ENTRY.  GENERALLY, ONLY
 THE FIRST TWO RESPONSES REPORTED WERE CODED IN 1990. IF A RESPONSE WAS IN
 TERMS OF A DUAL ANCESTRY, FOR EXAMPLE, IRISH-ENGLISH, THE PERSON WAS
 ASSIGNED TWO CODES, IN THIS CASE ONE FOR IRISH AND ANOTHER FOR ENGLISH.

 HOWEVER, IN CERTAIN CASES, MULTIPLE RESPONSES SUCH AS "FRENCH CANADIAN,"
 "SCOTCH-IRISH," "GREEK CYPRIOTE," AND "BLACK DUTCH" WERE ASSIGNED A SINGLE
 CODE REFLECTING THEIR STATUS AS UNIQUE GROUPS.  IF A PERSON REPORTED ONE OF
 THESE UNIQUE GROUPS IN ADDITION TO ANOTHER GROUP, FOR EXAMPLE, "SCOTCH-IRISH
 ENGLISH," RESULTING IN THREE TERMS, THAT PERSON RECEIVED ONE CODE FOR THE
 UNIQUE GROUP ("SCOTCH-IRISH") AND ANOTHER ONE FOR THE REMAINING GROUP
 ("ENGLISH"). IF A PERSON REPORTED "ENGLISH IRISH FRENCH," ONLY ENGLISH AND
 IRISH WERE CODED. CERTAIN COMBINATIONS OF ANCESTRIES WHERE THE ANCESTRY GROUP
 IS A PART OF ANOTHER, SUCH AS "GERMAN-BAVARIAN," THE RESPONSES WERE CODED AS A
 SINGLE ANCESTRY USING THE SMALLER GROUP ("BAVARIAN"). ALSO, RESPONSES SUCH AS
 "POLISH-AMERICAN" OR "ITALIAN-AMERICAN" WERE CODED AND TABULATED AS A SINGLE
 ENTRY ("POLISH" OR "ITALIAN").

 THE CENSUS BUREAU ACCEPTED "AMERICAN" AS A UNIQUE ETHNICITY IF IT WAS GIVEN
 ALONE, WITH AN AMBIGUOUS RESPONSE, OR WITH STATE NAMES.  IF THE RESPONDENT
 LISTED ANY OTHER ETHNIC IDENTITY SUCH AS "ITALIAN AMERICAN," GENERALLY THE
 "AMERICAN" PORTION OF THE RESPONSE WAS NOT CODED. HOWEVER, DISTINCT GROUPS
 SUCH AS "AMERICAN INDIAN," "MEXICAN AMERICAN," AND "AFRICAN AMERICAN" WERE
 CODED AND IDENTIFIED SEPARATELY BECAUSE THEY REPRESENTED GROUPS WHO CONSIDERED
 THEMSELVES DIFFERENT FROM THOSE WHO REPORTED AS "INDIAN," "MEXICAN," OR
 "AFRICAN," RESPECTIVELY.

 IN ALL TABULATIONS, WHEN RESPONDENTS PROVIDED AN UNACCEPTABLE ETHNIC
 IDENTITY (FOR EXAMPLE, AN UNCODEABLE OR UNINTELLIGIBLE RESPONSE SUCH AS
 "MULTI-NATIONAL," "ADOPTED," OR "I HAVE NO IDEA"), THE ANSWER WAS INCLUDED
 IN "ANCESTRY NOT REPORTED."

 THE TABULATIONS ON ANCESTRY ARE PRESENTED USING TWO TYPES OF DATA PRESEN-
 TATIONS--ONE USED TOTAL PERSONS AS THE BASE, AND THE OTHER USED TOTAL
 RESPONSES AS THE BASE. THE FOLLOWING ARE CATEGORIES SHOWN IN THE TWO DATA
 PRESENTATIONS:

PRESENTATION BASED ON PERSONS:

  SINGLE ANCESTRIES REPORTED--INCLUDES ALL PERSONS WHO REPORTED ONLY ONE
  ETHNIC GROUP. INCLUDED IN THIS CATEGORY ARE PERSONS WITH MULTIPLE-TERM
  RESPONSES SUCH AS "SCOTCH-IRISH" WHO ARE ASSIGNED A SINGLE CODE.

  MULTIPLE ANCESTRIES REPORTED--INCLUDES ALL PERSONS WHO REPORTED MORE THAN
  ONE GROUP AND WERE ASSIGNED TWO ANCESTRY CODES.

  ANCESTRY UNCLASSIFIED--INCLUDES ALL PERSONS WHO PROVIDED A RESPONSE THAT
  COULD NOT BE ASSIGNED AN ANCESTRY CODE BECAUSE THEY PROVIDED NONSENSICAL
  ENTRIES OR RELIGIOUS RESPONSES.

PRESENTATIONS BASED ON RESPONSES:

  TOTAL ANCESTRIES REPORTED--INCLUDES THE TOTAL NUMBER OF ANCESTRIES REPORTED
  AND CODED. IF A PERSON REPORTED A MULTIPLE ANCESTRY SUCH AS "FRENCH DANISH,"
  THAT RESPONSE WAS COUNTED TWICE IN THE TABULATIONS--ONCE IN THE "FRENCH"
  CATEGORY AND AGAIN IN THE "DANISH" CATEGORY.  THUS, THE SUM OF THE COUNTS
  IN THIS TYPE OF PRESENTATION IS NOT THE TOTAL POPULATION BUT THE TOTAL OF
  ALL RESPONSES.

  FIRST ANCESTRY REPORTED--INCLUDES THE FIRST RESPONSE OF ALL PERSONS WHO
  REPORTED AT LEAST ONE CODEABLE ENTRY. FOR EXAMPLE, IN THIS CATEGORY, THE
  COUNT FOR "DANISH" WOULD INCLUDE ALL THOSE WHO REPORTED ONLY DANISH AND
  THOSE WHO REPORTED DANISH FIRST AND THEN SOME OTHER GROUP.

  SECOND ANCESTRY REPORTED--INCLUDES THE SECOND RESPONSE OF ALL PERSONS WHO
  REPORTED A MULTIPLE ANCESTRY. THUS, THE COUNT FOR "DANISH" IN THIS
  CATEGORY INCLUDES ALL PERSONS WHO REPORTED DANISH AS THE SECOND RESPONSE,
  REGARDLESS OF THE FIRST RESPONSE PROVIDED.

 THE CENSUS BUREAU IDENTIFIED HUNDREDS OF ETHNIC GROUPS IN THE 1990 CENSUS.
 HOWEVER, IT WAS IMPOSSIBLE TO SHOW INFORMATION FOR EVERY GROUP IN ALL CENSUS
 TABULATIONS BECAUSE OF SPACE CONSTRAINTS.  PUBLICATIONS SUCH AS THE 1990 CP-2,
 SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS AND THE 1990 CPH-3, POPULATION AND HOUSING
 CHARACTERISTICS FOR CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS REPORTS SHOW A
 LIMITED NUMBER OF GROUPS BASED ON THE NUMBER REPORTED AND THE ADVICE RECEIVED
 FROM EXPERTS. A MORE COMPLETE DISTRIBUTION OF GROUPS IS PRESENTED IN THE 1990
 SUMMARY TAPE FILE 4, SUPPLEMENTARY REPORTS, AND A SPECIAL SUBJECT REPORT ON
 ANCESTRY. IN ADDITION, GROUPS IDENTIFIED SPECIFICALLY IN THE QUESTIONS ON
 RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN (FOR EXAMPLE, JAPANESE, LAOTIAN, MEXICAN, CUBAN, AND
 SPANIARD), IN GENERAL, ARE NOT SHOWN SEPARATELY IN ANCESTRY TABULATIONS.

 LIMITATION OF THE DATA--ALTHOUGH SOME EXPERTS CONSIDER RELIGIOUS AFFILIATION A
 COMPONENT OF ETHNIC IDENTITY, THE ANCESTRY QUESTION WAS NOT DESIGNED TO
 COLLECT ANY INFORMATION CONCERNING RELIGION. THE BUREAU OF THE CENSUS IS
 PROHIBITED FROM COLLECTING INFORMATION ON RELIGION.  THUS, IF A RELIGION WAS
 GIVEN AS AN ANSWER TO THE ANCESTRY QUESTION, IT WAS CODED AS AN "OTHER"
 RESPONSE.

 COMPARABILITY--A QUESTION ON ANCESTRY WAS FIRST ASKED IN THE 1980 CENSUS.
 ALTHOUGH THERE WERE NO COMPARABLE DATA PRIOR TO THE 1980 CENSUS, RELATED
 INFORMATION ON ETHNICITY WAS COLLECTED THROUGH QUESTIONS ON PARENTAL BIRTH-
 PLACE, OWN BIRTHPLACE, AND LANGUAGE WHICH WERE INCLUDED IN PREVIOUS CENSUSES.
 UNLIKE OTHER CENSUS QUESTIONS, THERE WAS NO IMPUTATION FOR NONRESPONSE TO THE
 ANCESTRY QUESTION.


 IN 1990, RESPONDENTS WERE ALLOWED TO REPORT MORE THAN ONE ANCESTRY GROUP;
 HOWEVER, ONLY THE FIRST TWO ANCESTRY GROUPS IDENTIFIED WERE CODED. IN 1980,
 THE CENSUS BUREAU ATTEMPTED TO CODE A THIRD ANCESTRY FOR SELECTED TRIPLE-
 ANCESTRY RESPONSES.

 NEW CATEGORIES SUCH AS "ARAB" AND "WEST INDIAN" WERE ADDED TO THE 1990
 QUESTION TO MEET IMPORTANT DATA NEEDS. THE "WEST INDIAN" CATEGORY EXCLUDED
 "HISPANIC" GROUPS SUCH AS "PUERTO RICAN" AND "CUBAN" THAT WERE IDENTIFIED
 PRIMARILY THROUGH THE QUESTION ON HISPANIC ORIGIN. IN 1990, THE ANCESTRY
 GROUP, "AMERICAN" IS RECOGNIZED AND TABULATED AS A UNIQUE ETHNICITY. IN 1980,
 "AMERICAN" WAS TABULATED BUT INCLUDED UNDER THE CATEGORY "ANCESTRY NOT
 SPECIFIED."

 A MAJOR IMPROVEMENT IN THE 1990 CENSUS WAS THE USE OF AN AUTOMATED CODING
 SYSTEM FOR ANCESTRY RESPONSES. THE AUTOMATED CODING SYSTEM USED IN THE 1990
 CENSUS GREATLY REDUCED THE POTENTIAL FOR ERROR ASSOCIATED WITH A CLERICAL
 REVIEW. SPECIALISTS WITH A THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE OF THE SUBJECT MATTER REVIEWED,
 EDITED, CODED, AND RESOLVED INCONSISTENT OR INCOMPLETE RESPONSES.

CITIZENSHIP

 CITIZENSHIP--THE DATA ON CITIZENSHIP WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS TO QUESTION-
 NAIRE ITEM 9, WHICH WAS ASKED OF A SAMPLE OF PERSONS.

 CITIZEN--PERSONS WHO INDICATED THAT THEY WERE NATIVE-BORN AND FOREIGN-BORN
 PERSONS WHO INDICATED THAT THEY HAVE BECOME NATURALIZED. (FOR MORE INFORMATION
 ON NATIVE AND FOREIGN BORN, SEE THE DISCUSSION UNDER "PLACE OF BIRTH.")

 THERE ARE FOUR CATEGORIES OF CITIZENSHIP: (1) BORN IN THE UNITED STATES,
 (2) BORN IN PUERTO RICO, GUAM, THE VIRGIN ISLANDS OF THE UNITED STATES, OR
 THE COMMONWEALTH OF THE NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS, (3) BORN ABROAD OF AMERICAN
 PARENTS, AND (4) CITIZEN BY NATURALIZATION.

     NATURALIZED CITIZEN--FOREIGN-BORN PERSONS WHO HAD COMPLETED THE NATURA-
     LIZATION PROCESS AT THE TIME OF THE CENSUS AND UPON WHOM THE RIGHTS OF
     CITIZENSHIP HAD BEEN CONFERRED.

 NOT A CITIZEN--FOREIGN-BORN PERSONS WHO WERE NOT CITIZENS, INCLUDING PERSONS
 WHO HAD BEGUN BUT NOT COMPLETED THE NATURALIZATION PROCESS AT THE TIME OF THE
 CENSUS.

 LIMITATION OF THE DATA--EVALUATION STUDIES COMPLETED AFTER PREVIOUS CENSUSES
 INDICATED THAT SOME PERSONS MAY HAVE REPORTED THEMSELVES AS CITIZENS ALTHOUGH
 THEY HAD NOT YET ATTAINED THE STATUS.

 COMPARABILITY--SIMILAR QUESTIONS ON CITIZENSHIP WERE ASKED IN THE CENSUSES OF
 1820, 1830, 1870, 1890 THROUGH 1950, 1970, AND 1980. THE 1980 QUESTION WAS
 ASKED OF A SAMPLE OF THE FOREIGN-BORN POPULATION. IN 1990, BOTH NATIVE AND
 FOREIGN-BORN PERSONS WHO RECEIVED THE LONG-FORM QUESTIONNAIRE WERE ASKED TO
 RESPOND TO THE CITIZENSHIP QUESTION.

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT

 EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT--DATA ON EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT WERE DERIVED FROM
 ANSWERS TO QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM 12, WHICH WAS ASKED OF A SAMPLE OF PERSONS.
 DATA ARE TABULATED AS ATTAINMENT FOR PERSONS 15 YEARS OLD AND OVER. PERSONS
 ARE CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF SCHOOL COMPLETED OR THE
 HIGHEST DEGREE RECEIVED. THE QUESTION INCLUDED INSTRUCTIONS TO REPORT THE
 LEVEL OF THE PREVIOUS GRADE ATTENDED OR THE HIGHEST DEGREE RECEIVED FOR
 PERSONS CURRENTLY ENROLLED IN SCHOOL. THE QUESTION INCLUDED RESPONSE
 CATEGORIES WHICH ALLOWED PERSONS TO REPORT COMPLETING THE 12TH GRADE WITHOUT
 RECEIVING A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA, AND WHICH INSTRUCTED RESPONDENTS TO REPORT AS
 "HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE(S)"--PERSONS WHO RECEIVED EITHER A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA
 OR THE EQUIVALENT, FOR EXAMPLE, PASSED THE TEST OF GENERAL EDUCATIONAL
 DEVELOPMENT (G.E.D.), AND DID NOT ATTEND COLLEGE. (ON THE MILITARY CENSUS
 REPORT QUESTIONNAIRE, THE LOWEST RESPONSE CATEGORY WAS "LESS THAN 9TH
 GRADE.")

 INSTRUCTIONS INCLUDED IN THE 1990 RESPONDENT INSTRUCTION GUIDE, WHICH WAS
 MAILED WITH THE CENSUS QUESTIONNAIRE, FURTHER SPECIFIED THAT SCHOOLING
 COMPLETED IN FOREIGN OR UNGRADED SCHOOL SYSTEMS SHOULD BE REPORTED AS THE
 EQUIVALENT LEVEL OF SCHOOLING IN THE REGULAR AMERICAN SYSTEM; THAT VOCATIONAL
 CERTIFICATES OR DIPLOMAS FROM VOCATIONAL, TRADE, OR BUSINESS SCHOOLS OR
 COLLEGES WERE NOT TO BE REPORTED UNLESS THEY WERE COLLEGE LEVEL DEGREES; AND
 THAT HONORARY DEGREES WERE NOT TO BE REPORTED. THE INSTRUCTIONS GAVE
 "MEDICINE, DENTISTRY, CHIROPRACTIC, OPTOMETRY, OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE, PHARMACY,
 PODIATRY, VETERINARY MEDICINE, LAW, AND THEOLOGY" AS EXAMPLES OF PROFESSIONAL
 SCHOOL DEGREES, AND SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDED "BARBER SCHOOL, COSMETOLOGY, OR
 OTHER TRAINING FOR A SPECIFIC TRADE" FROM THE PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL CATEGORY.
 THE ORDER IN WHICH THEY WERE LISTED SUGGESTED THAT DOCTORATE DEGREES WERE
 "HIGHER" THAN PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL DEGREES, WHICH WERE "HIGHER" THAN MASTER'S
 DEGREES.

 PERSONS WHO DID NOT REPORT EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT WERE ASSIGNED THE ATTAINMENT
 OF A PERSON OF THE SAME AGE, RACE OR SPANISH ORIGIN, AND SEX WHO RESIDED IN
 THE SAME OR A NEARBY AREA. PERSONS WHO FILLED MORE THAN ONE CIRCLE WERE EDITED
 TO THE HIGHEST LEVEL OR DEGREE REPORTED.

 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE OR HIGHER--INCLUDES PERSONS WHOSE HIGHEST DEGREE WAS A
 HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR ITS EQUIVALENT, PERSONS WHO ATTENDED COLLEGE OR
 PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL, AND PERSONS WHO RECEIVED A COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY, OR
 PROFESSIONAL DEGREE. PERSONS WHO REPORTED COMPLETING THE 12TH GRADE BUT NOT
 RECEIVING A DIPLOMA ARE NOT INCLUDED.

 NOT ENROLLED, NOT HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE--INCLUDES PERSONS OF COMPULSORY SCHOOL
 ATTENDANCE AGE OR ABOVE WHO WERE NOT ENROLLED IN SCHOOL AND WERE NOT HIGH
 SCHOOL GRADUATES; THESE PERSONS MAY BE TAKEN TO BE "HIGH SCHOOL DROPOUTS."
 THERE IS NO RESTRICTION ON WHEN THEY "DROPPED OUT" OF SCHOOL, AND THEY MAY
 HAVE NEVER ATTENDED HIGH SCHOOL.

 IN PRIOR CENSUSES, "MEDIAN SCHOOL YEARS COMPLETED" WAS USED AS A SUMMARY
 MEASURE OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT. IN 1990, THE MEDIAN CAN ONLY BE CALCULATED
 FOR GROUPS OF WHICH LESS THAN HALF THE MEMBERS HAVE ATTENDED COLLEGE. "PERCENT
 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE OR HIGHER" AND "PERCENT BACHELOR'S DEGREE OR HIGHER" ARE
 SUMMARY MEASURES WHICH CAN BE CALCULATED FROM THE PRESENT DATA AND OFFER QUITE
 READILY INTERPRETABLE MEASURES OF DIFFERENCES BETWEEN POPULATION SUBGROUPS. TO
 MAKE COMPARISONS OVER TIME, "PERCENT HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE OR HIGHER" CAN BE
 CALCULATED AND "PERCENT BACHELOR'S DEGREE OR HIGHER" CAN BE APPROXIMATED WITH
 DATA FROM PREVIOUS CENSUSES.

 COMPARABILITY--FROM 1840 TO 1930, THE CENSUS MEASURED EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
 BY MEANS OF A BASIC LITERACY QUESTION. IN 1940, A SINGLE QUESTION WAS ASKED ON
 HIGHEST GRADE OF SCHOOL COMPLETED. IN THE CENSUSES OF 1950 THROUGH 1980, A
 TWO-PART QUESTION ASKING HIGHEST GRADE OF SCHOOL ATTENDED AND WHETHER THAT
 GRADE WAS FINISHED WAS USED TO CONSTRUCT HIGHEST GRADE OR YEAR OF SCHOOL
 COMPLETED. FOR PERSONS WHO HAVE NOT ATTENDED COLLEGE, THE RESPONSE CATEGORIES
 IN THE 1990 EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT QUESTION SHOULD PRODUCE DATA WHICH ARE COM-
 PARABLE TO DATA ON HIGHEST GRADE COMPLETED FROM EARLIER CENSUSES.

 THE RESPONSE CATEGORIES FOR PERSONS WHO HAVE ATTENDED COLLEGE WERE MODIFIED
 FROM EARLIER CENSUSES BECAUSE THERE WAS SOME AMBIGUITY IN INTERPRETING
 RESPONSES IN TERMS OF THE NUMBER OF YEARS OF COLLEGE COMPLETED. FOR INSTANCE,
 IT WAS NOT CLEAR WHETHER "COMPLETED THE FOURTH YEAR OF COLLEGE," "COMPLETED
 THE SENIOR YEAR OF COLLEGE," AND "COLLEGE GRADUATE" WERE SYNONYMOUS. RESEARCH
 CONDUCTED SHORTLY BEFORE THE CENSUS SUGGESTS THAT THESE TERMS WERE MORE
 DISTINCT IN 1990 THAN IN EARLIER DECADES, AND THIS CHANGE MAY HAVE THREATENED
 THE ABILITY TO ESTIMATE THE NUMBER OF "COLLEGE GRADUATES" FROM THE NUMBER OF
 PERSONS REPORTED AS HAVING COMPLETED THE FOURTH OR A HIGHER YEAR OF COLLEGE.
 IT WAS EVEN MORE DIFFICULT TO MAKE INFERENCES ABOUT POST-BACCALAUREATE DEGREES
 AND "ASSOCIATE" DEGREES FROM HIGHEST YEAR OF COLLEGE COMPLETED. THUS, COMPA-
 RISONS OF POST-SECONDARY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT IN THIS AND EARLIER CENSUSES
 SHOULD BE MADE WITH GREAT CAUTION.

 IN THE 1960 AND SUBSEQUENT CENSUSES, PERSONS FOR WHOM EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
 WAS NOT REPORTED WERE ASSIGNED THE SAME ATTAINMENT LEVEL AS A SIMILAR PERSON
 WHOSE RESIDENCE WAS IN THE SAME OR A NEARBY AREA. IN THE 1940 AND 1950
 CENSUSES, PERSONS FOR WHOM EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT WAS NOT REPORTED WERE NOT
 ALLOCATED.

EMPLOYMENT STATUS

 EMPLOYMENT STATUS--THE DATA ON EMPLOYMENT STATUS WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS
 TO QUESTIONNAIRE ITEMS 21, 25, AND 26, WHICH WERE ASKED OF A SAMPLE OF
 PERSONS. THE SERIES OF QUESTIONS ON EMPLOYMENT STATUS WAS ASKED OF ALL PERSONS
 15 YEARS OLD AND OVER AND WAS DESIGNED TO IDENTIFY, IN THIS SEQUENCE:
 (1) PERSONS WHO WORKED AT ANY TIME DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK; (2) PERSONS WHO
 DID NOT WORK DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK BUT WHO HAD JOBS OR BUSINESSES FROM
 WHICH THEY WERE TEMPORARILY ABSENT (EXCLUDING LAYOFF); (3) PERSONS ON LAYOFF;
 AND (4) PERSONS WHO DID NOT WORK DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK, BUT WHO WERE
 LOOKING FOR WORK DURING THE LAST FOUR WEEKS AND WERE AVAILABLE FOR WORK DURING
 THE REFERENCE WEEK. (FOR MORE INFORMATION, SEE THE DISCUSSION UNDER "REFERENCE
 WEEK.")

 THE EMPLOYMENT STATUS DATA SHOWN IN THIS AND OTHEILY ABSENT (EXCLUDING
 LAYOFF); (3) PERSONS ON LAYOFF; AND (4) PERSONS WHO DID NOT WORK DURING THE
 REFERENCE WEEK, BUT WHO WERE LOOKING FOR WORK DURING THE LAST FOUR WEEKS AND
 WERE AVAILABLE FOR WORK DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK. (FOR MORE INFORMATION, SEE
 THE DISCUSSION UNDER "REFERENCE WEEK.")

 THE EMPLOYMENT STATUS DATA SHOWN IN THIS AND OTHER 1990 CENSUS TABULATIONS
 RELATE TO PERSONS 16 YEARS OLD AND OVER. SOME TABULATIONS SHOWING EMPLOYMENT
 STATUS, HOWEVER, INCLUDE PERSONS 15 YEARS OLD.  BY DEFINITION, THESE PERSONS
 ARE CLASSIFIED AS "NOT IN LABOR FORCE.". IN THE 1940, 1950, AND 1960 CENSUSES,
 EMPLOYMENT STATUS DATA WERE PRESENTED FOR PERSONS 14 YEARS OLD AND OVER. THE
 CHANGE IN THE UNIVERSE WAS MADE IN 1970 TO AGREE WITH THE OFFICIAL MEASUREMENT
 OF THE LABOR FORCE AS REVISED IN JANUARY 1967 BY THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR.
 THE 1970 CENSUS WAS THE LAST TO SHOW EMPLOYMENT DATA FOR PERSONS 14 AND 15
 YEARS OLD.

 EMPLOYED--ALL CIVILIANS 16 YEARS OLD AND OVER WHO WERE EITHER (1) "AT WORK"
 --THOSE WHO DID ANY WORK AT ALL DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK AS PAID EMPLOYEES,
 WORKED IN THEIR OWN BUSINESS OR PROFESSION, WORKED ON THEIR OWN FARM, OR
 WORKED 15 HOURS OR MORE AS UNPAID WORKERS ON A FAMILY FARM OR IN A FAMILY
 BUSINESS; OR (2) WERE "WITH A JOB BUT NOT AT WORK"--THOSE WHO DID NOT WORK
 DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK BUT HAD JOBS OR BUSINESSES FROM WHICH THEY WERE
 TEMPORARILY ABSENT DUE TO ILLNESS, BAD WEATHER, INDUSTRIAL DISPUTE, VACATION,
 OR OTHER PERSONAL REASONS. EXCLUDED FROM THE EMPLOYED ARE PERSONS WHOSE ONLY
 ACTIVITY CONSISTED OF WORK AROUND THE HOUSE OR UNPAID VOLUNTEER WORK FOR
 RELIGIOUS, CHARITABLE, AND SIMILAR ORGANIZATIONS; ALSO EXCLUDED ARE PERSONS
 ON ACTIVE DUTY IN THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES.

 UNEMPLOYED--ALL CIVILIANS 16 YEARS OLD AND OVER ARE CLASSIFIED AS UNEMPLOYED
 IF THEY (1) WERE NEITHER "AT WORK" NOR "WITH A JOB BUT NOT AT WORK" DURING THE
 REFERENCE WEEK, AND (2) WERE LOOKING FOR WORK DURING THE LAST 4 WEEKS, AND (3)
 WERE AVAILABLE TO ACCEPT A JOB.  ALSO INCLUDED AS UNEMPLOYED ARE CIVILIANS WHO
 DID NOT WORK AT ALL DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK AND WERE WAITING TO BE CALLED
 BACK TO A JOB FROM WHICH THEY HAD BEEN LAID OFF. EXAMPLES OF JOB SEEKING ACTI-
 VITIES ARE:

   REGISTERING AT A PUBLIC OR PRIVATE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE

   MEETING WITH PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYERS

   INVESTIGATING POSSIBILITIES FOR STARTING A PROFESSIONAL
   PRACTICE OR OPENING A BUSINESS

   PLACING OR ANSWERING ADVERTISEMENTS

   WRITING LETTERS OF APPLICATION

   BEING ON A UNION OR PROFESSIONAL REGISTER

 CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE--CONSISTS OF PERSONS CLASSIFIED AS EMPLOYED OR UNEMPLOYED
 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CRITERIA DESCRIBED ABOVE.

 EXPERIENCED UNEMPLOYED--THESE ARE UNEMPLOYED PERSONS WHO HAVE WORKED AT ANY
 TIME IN THE PAST.

 EXPERIENCED CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE--CONSISTS OF THE EMPLOYED AND THE EXPERIENCED
 UNEMPLOYED.

 LABOR FORCE--ALL PERSONS CLASSIFIED IN THE CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE PLUS MEMBERS
 OF THE U.S. ARMED FORCES (PERSONS ON ACTIVE DUTY WITH THE UNITED STATES ARMY,
 AIR FORCE, NAVY, MARINE CORPS, OR COAST GUARD).

 NOT IN LABOR FORCE--ALL PERSONS 16 YEARS OLD AND OVER WHO ARE NOT CLASSIFIED
 AS MEMBERS OF THE LABOR FORCE. THIS CATEGORY CONSISTS MAINLY OF STUDENTS,
 HOUSEWIVES, RETIRED WORKERS, SEASONAL WORKERS ENUMERATED IN AN OFF SEASON
 WHO WERE NOT LOOKING FOR WORK, INSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS, AND PERSONS DOING
 ONLY INCIDENTAL UNPAID FAMILY WORK (LESS THAN 15 HOURS DURING THE REFERENCE
 WEEK).

 WORKER--THIS TERM APPEARS IN CONNECTION WITH SEVERAL SUBJECTS: JOURNEY-TO-
 WORK ITEMS, CLASS OF WORKER, WEEKS WORKED IN 1989, AND NUMBER OF WORKERS IN
 FAMILY IN 1989. ITS MEANING VARIES AND, THEREFORE, SHOULD BE DETERMINED IN
 EACH CASE BY REFERRING TO THE DEFINITION OF THE SUBJECT IN WHICH IT APPEARS.

 ACTUAL HOURS WORKED LAST WEEK--ALL PERSONS WHO REPORTED WORKING DURING THE
 REFERENCE WEEK WERE ASKED TO REPORT IN QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM 21B THE NUMBER OF
 HOURS THAT THEY WORKED. THE STATISTICS ON HOURS WORKED PERTAIN TO THE NUMBER
 OF HOURS ACTHEMSELVES AS NOT WORKING. RESPONDENTS WERE ASKED TO INCLUDE OVER-
 TIME OR EXTRA HOURS WORKED, BUT TO EXCLUDE LUNCH HOURS, SICK LEAVE, AND
 VACATION LEAVE.

 LIMITATION OF THE DATA--THE CENSUS MAY UNDERSTATE THE NUMBER OF EMPLOYED
 PERSONS BECAUSE PERSONS WHO HAVE IRREGULAR, CASUAL, OR UNSTRUCTURED JOBS
 SOMETIMES REPORT THEMSELVES AS NOT WORKING. THE NUMBER OF EMPLOYED PERSONS
 "AT WORK" IS PROBABLY OVERSTATED IN THE CENSUS (AND CONVERSELY, THE NUMBER OF
 EMPLOYED "WITH A JOB, BUT NOT AT WORK" IS UNDERSTATED) SINCE SOME PERSONS ON
 VACATION OR SICK LEAVE ERRONEOUSLY REPORTED THEMSELVES AS WORKING. THIS
 PROBLEM HAS NO EFFECT ON THE TOTAL NUMBER OF EMPLOYED PERSONS. THE REFERENCE
 WEEK FOR THE EMPLOYMENT DATA IS NOT THE SAME FOR ALL PERSONS. SINCE PERSONS
 CAN CHANGE THEIR EMPLOYMENT STATUS FROM ONE WEEK TO ANOTHER, THE LACK OF A
 UNIFORM REFERENCE WEEK MAY MEAN THAT THE EMPLOYMENT DATA DO NOT REFLECT THE
 REALITY OF THE EMPLOYMENT SITUATION OF ANY GIVEN WEEK. (FOR MORE INFORMATION,
 SEE THE DISCUSSION UNDER "REFERENCE WEEK.")

 COMPARABILITY--THE QUESTIONNAIRE ITEMS AND EMPLOYMENT STATUS CONCEPTS FOR THE
 1990 CENSUS ARE ESSENTIALLY THE SAME AS THOSE USED IN THE 1980 AND 1970
 CENSUSES. HOWEVER, THESE CONCEPTS DIFFER IN MANY RESPECTS FROM THOSE
 ASSOCIATED WITH THE 1950 AND 1960 CENSUSES.  SINCE EMPLOYMENT DATA FROM THE
 CENSUS ARE OBTAINED FROM RESPONDENTS IN HOUSEHOLDS, THEY DIFFER FROM STA-
 TISTICS BASED ON REPORTS FROM INDIVIDUAL BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS, FARM ENTER-
 PRISES, AND CERTAIN GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS. PERSONS EMPLOYED AT MORE THAN ONE JOB
 ARE COUNTED ONLY ONCE IN THE CENSUS AND ARE CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO THE JOB
 AT WHICH THEY WORKED THE GREATEST NUMBER OF HOURS DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK.
 IN STATISTICS BASED ON REPORTS FROM BUSINESS AND FARM ESTABLISHMENTS, PERSONS
 WHO WORK FOR MORE THAN ONE ESTABLISHMENT MAY BE COUNTED MORE THAN ONCE.
 MOREOVER, SOME TABULATIONS MAY EXCLUDE PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD WORKERS, UNPAID
 FAMILY WORKERS, AND SELF-EMPLOYED PERSONS, BUT MAY INCLUDE WORKERS LESS THAN
 16 YEARS OF AGE.

 AN ADDITIONAL DIFFERENCE IN THE DATA ARISES FROM THE FACT THAT PERSONS WHO HAD
 A JOB BUT WERE NOT AT WORK ARE INCLUDED WITH THE EMPLOYED IN THE CENSUS
 STATISTICS, WHEREAS MANY OF THESE PERSONS ARE LIKELY TO BE EXCLUDED FROM
 EMPLOYMENT FIGURES BASED ON ESTABLISHMENT PAYROLL REPORTS. FURTHERMORE, THE
 EMPLOYMENT STATUS DATA IN CENSUS TABULATIONS INCLUDE PERSONS ON THE BASIS OF
 PLACE OF RESIDENCE REGARDLESS OF WHERE THEY WORK, WHEREAS ESTABLISHMENT DATA
 REPORT PERSONS AT THEIR PLACE OF WORK REGARDLESS OF WHERE THEY LIVE. THIS
 LATTER CONSIDERATION IS PARTICULARLY SIGNIFICANT WHEN COMPARING DATA FOR
 WORKERS WHO COMMUTE BETWEEN AREAS.

 CENSUS DATA ON ACTUAL HOURS WORKED DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK MAY DIFFER FROM
 DATA FROM OTHER SOURCES. THE CENSUS MEASURES HOURS ACTUALLY WORKED, WHEREAS
 SOME SURVEYS MEASURE HOURS PAID FOR BY EMPLOYERS.  COMPARABILITY OF CENSUS
 ACTUAL HOURS WORKED DATA MAY ALSO BE AFFECTED BY THE NATURE OF THE REFERENCE
 WEEK (SEE "REFERENCE WEEK").

 FOR SEVERAL REASONS, THE UNEMPLOYMENT FIGURES OF THE CENSUS BUREAU ARE NOT
 COMPARABLE WITH PUBLISHED FIGURES ON UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION CLAIMS. FOR
 EXAMPLE, FIGURES ON UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION CLAIMS EXCLUDE PERSONS WHO HAVE
 EXHAUSTED THEIR BENEFIT RIGHTS, NEW WORKERS WHO HAVE NOT EARNED RIGHTS TO
 UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE, AND PERSONS LOSING JOBS NOT COVERED BY UNEMPLOYMENT
 INSURANCE SYSTEMS (INCLUDING SOME WORKERS IN AGRICULTURE, DOMESTIC SERVICES,
 AND RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS, AND SELF-EMPLOYED AND UNPAID FAMILY WORKERS). IN
 ADDITION, THE QUALIFICATIONS FOR DRAWING UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION DIFFER FROM
 THE DEFINITION OF UNEMPLOYMENT USED BY THE CENSUS BUREAU.  PERSONS WORKING
 ONLY A FEW HOURS DURING THE WEEK AND PERSONS WITH A JOB BUT NOT AT WORK ARE
 SOMETIMES ELIGIBLE FOR UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION BUT ARE CLASSIFIED AS
 "EMPLOYED" IN THE CENSUS. DIFFERENCES IN THE GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF UN-
 EMPLOYMENT DATA ARISE BECAUSE THE PLACE WHERE CLAIMS ARE FILED MAY NOT
 NECESSARILY BE THE SAME AS THE PLACE OF RESIDENCE OF THE UNEMPLOYED WORKER.

 THE FIGURES ON EMPLOYMENT STATUS FROM THE DECENNIAL CENSUS ARE GENERALLY COM-
 PARABLE WITH SIMILAR DATA COLLECTED IN THE CURRENT POPULATION SURVEY. HOWEVER,
 SOME DIFFERENCE MAY EXIST BECAUSE OF VARIATIONS IN ENUMERATION AND PROCESSING
 TECHNIQUES.

FERTILITY

 FERTILITY--THE DATA ON FERTILITY (ALSO REFERRED TO AS "CHILDREN EVER BORN")
 WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS TO QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM 20, WHICH WAS ASKED OF A
 SAMPLE OF WOMEN 15 YEARS OLD AND OVER REGARDLESS OF MARITAL STATUS.  STILL-
 BIRTHS, STEPCHILDREN, AND ADOPTED CHILDREN WERE EXCLUDED FROM THE NUMBER OF
 CHILDREN EVER BORN. EVER-MARRIED WOMEN WERE INSTRUCTED TO INCLUDE ALL CHILDREN
 BORN TO THEM BEFORE AND DURING THEIR MOST RECENT MARRIAGE, CHILDREN NO LONGER
 LIVING, AND CHILDREN AWAY FROM HOME, AS WELL AS CHILDREN WHO WERE STILL LIVING
 IN THE HOME.  NEVER-MARRIED WOMEN WERE INSTRUCTED TO INCLUDE ALL CHILDREN BORN
 TO THEM.

 DATA ARE MOST FREQUENTLY PRESENTED IN TERMS OF THE AGGREGATE NUMBER OF
 CHILDREN EVER BORN TO WOMEN IN THE SPECIFIED CATEGORY AND IN TERMS OF THE RATE
 PER 1,000 WOMEN. FOR PURPOSES OF CALCULATING THE AGGREGATE, THE OPEN-ENDED
 RESPONSE CATEGORY, "12 OR MORE" IS ASSIGNED A VALUE OF 13.

 LIMITATION OF THE DATA--ALTHOUGH THE DATA ARE ASSUMED TO BE LESS COMPLETE FOR
 OUT-OF-WEDLOCK BIRTHS THAN FOR BIRTHS OCCURRING WITHIN MARRIAGE, COMPARISONS
 OF 1980 CENSUS DATA ON THE FERTILITY OF SINGLE WOMEN WITH OTHER CENSUS SOURCES
 AND ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS INDICATE THAT NO SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCES WERE FOUND
 BETWEEN DIFFERENT DATA SOURCES; THAT IS, 1980 CENSUS DATA ON CHILDREN EVER
 BORN TO SINGLE WOMEN WERE COMPLETE WITH NO SIGNIFICANT UNDERSTATEMENTS OF
 CHILDBEARING.

 COMPARABILITY--THE WORDING OF THE QUESTION ON CHILDREN EVER BORN WAS THE SAME
 IN 1990 AS IN 1980. IN 1970, HOWEVER, THE QUESTION ON CHILDREN EVER BORN WAS
 ASKED OF ALL EVER-MARRIED WOMEN BUT ONLY OF NEVER-MARRIED WOMEN WHO RECEIVED
 SELF-ADMINISTERED QUESTIONNAIRES. THEREFORE, RATES AND NUMBERS OF CHILDREN
 EVER BORN TO SINGLE WOMEN IN 1970 MAY BE UNDERSTATED.  DATA PRESENTED FOR
 CHILDREN EVER BORN TO EVER-MARRIED WOMEN ARE COMPARABLE FOR THE 1990 CENSUS
 AND ALL PREVIOUS CENSUSES CONTAINING THIS QUESTION.

GROUP QUARTERS

 GROUP QUARTERS--ALL PERSONS NOT LIVING IN HOUSEHOLDS ARE CLASSIFIED BY THE
 CENSUS BUREAU AS LIVING IN GROUP QUARTERS. TWO GENERAL CATEGORIES OF PERSONS
 IN GROUP QUARTERS ARE RECOGNIZED:    (1) INSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS AND
 (2) OTHER PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS (ALSO REFERRED TO AS "NONINSTITUTIONAL
 GROUP QUARTERS").

 INSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS--INCLUDES PERSONS UNDER FORMALLY AUTHORIZED, SUPER-
 VISED CARE OR CUSTODY IN INSTITUTIONS AT THE TIME OF ENUMERATION. SUCH PERSONS
 ARE CLASSIFIED AS "PATIENTS OR INMATES" OF AN INSTITUTION REGARDLESS OF THE
 AVAILABILITY OF NURSING OR MEDICAL CARE, THE LENGTH OF STAY, OR THE NUMBER OF
 PERSONS IN THE INSTITUTION. GENERALLY, INSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS ARE
 RESTRICTED TO THE INSTITUTIONAL BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS (OR MUST HAVE PASSES OR
 ESCORTS TO LEAVE) AND THUS HAVE LIMITED INTERACTION WITH THE SURROUNDING
 COMMUNITY. ALSO, THEY ARE GENERALLY UNDER THE CARE OF TRAINED STAFF WHO HAVE
 RESPONSIBILITY FOR THEIR SAFEKEEPING AND SUPERVISION.

 TYPE OF INSTITUTION--THE TYPE OF INSTITUTION WAS DETERMINED AS PART OF CENSUS
 ENUMERATION ACTIVITIES. FOR INSTITUTIONS WHICH SPECIALIZE IN ONLY ONE SPECIFIC
 TYPE OF SERVICE, ALL PATIENTS OR INMATES WERE GIVEN THE SAME CLASSIFICATION.
 FOR INSTITUTIONS WHICH HAD MULTIPLE TYPES OF MAJOR SERVICES (USUALLY GENERAL
 HOSPITALS AND VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION HOSPITALS), PATIENTS WERE CLASSIFIED
 ACCORDING TO SELECTED TYPES OF WARDS.  FOR EXAMPLE, IN PSYCHIATRIC WARDS OF
 HOSPITALS, PATIENTS WERE CLASSIFIED IN "MENTAL (PSYCHIATRIC) HOSPITALS"; IN
 HOSPITAL WARDS FOR PERSONS WITH CHRONIC DISEASES, PATIENTS WERE CLASSIFIED IN
 "HOSPITALS FOR THE CHRONICALLY ILL." EACH PATIENT OR INMATE WAS CLASSIFIED IN
 ONLY ONE TYPE OF INSTITUTION. INSTITUTIONS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING TYPES:

   CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS--INCLUDES PRISONS, FEDERAL DETENTION CENTERS,
   MILITARY STOCKADES AND JAILS, POLICE LOCKUPS, HALFWAY HOUSES, LOCAL
   JAILS, AND OTHER CONFINEMENT FACILITIES, INCLUDING WORK FARMS.

       PRISONS--WHERE PERSONS CONVICTED OF CRIMES SERVE THEIR
       SENTENCES. IN SOME CENSUS PRODUCTS, THE PRISONS ARE CLASSIFIED
       BY TWO TYPES OF CONTROL:  (1) "FEDERAL" (OPERATED BY THE BUREAU OF
       PRISONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE) AND (2) "STATE." RESIDENTS
       WHO ARE CRIMINALLY INSANE WERE CLASSIFIED ON THE BASIS OF WHERE
       THEY RESIDED AT THE TIME OF ENUMERATION: (1) IN INSTITUTIONS
       (OR HOSPITAL WARDS) OPERATED BY DEPARTMENTS OF CORRECTION OR
       SIMILAR AGENCIES; OR (2) IN INSTITUTIONS OPERATED BY DEPARTMENTS
       OF MENTAL HEALTH OR SIMILAR AGENCIES.

       FEDERAL DETENTION CENTERS--OPERATED BY THE IMMIGRATION AND
       NATURALIZATION SERVICE (INS) AND THE BUREAU OF PRISONS.
       THESE FACILITIES INCLUDE DETENTION CENTERS USED BY THE PARK POLICE;
       BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS DETENTION CENTERS; INS CENTERS, SUCH AS
       THE INS FEDERAL ALIEN DETENTION FACILITY; INS PROCESSING CENTERS;
       AND INS CONTRACT DETENTION CENTERS USED TO DETAIN ALIENS UNDER
       EXCLUSION OR DEPORTATION PROCEEDINGS, AS WELL AS THOSE ALIENS WHO
       HAVE NOT BEEN PLACED INTO PROCEEDINGS, SUCH AS CUSTODIAL REQUIRED
       DEPARTURES; AND INS DETENTION CENTERS OPERATED WITHIN LOCAL JAILS,
       AND STATE AND FEDERAL PRISONS.

       MILITARY STOCKADES, JAILS--OPERATED BY MILITARY POLICE AND USED TO
       HOLD PERSONS AWAITING TRIAL OR CONVICTED OF VIOLATING MILITARY LAWS.

       LOCAL JAILS AND OTHER CONFINEMENT FACILITIES--INCLUDES FACILITIES
       OPERATED BY COUNTIES AND CITIES THAT PRIMARILY HOLD PERSONS BEYOND
       ARRAIGNMENT, USUALLY FOR MORE THAN 48 HOURS. ALSO INCLUDED IN THIS
       CATEGORY ARE WORK FARMS USED TO HOLD PERSONS AWAITING TRIAL OR
       SERVING TIME ON RELATIVELY SHORT SENTENCES AND JAILS RUN BY PRIVATE
       BUSINESSES UNDER CONTRACT FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENTS (BUT NOT BY STATE
       GOVERNMENTS).

       POLICE LOCKUPS--TEMPORARY-HOLDING FACILITIES OPERATED BY COUNTY AND
       CITY POLICE THAT HOLD PERSONS FOR 48 HOURS OR LESS ONLY IF THEY HAVE
       NOT BEEN FORMALLY CHARGED IN COURT.

       HALFWAY HOUSES--OPERATED FOR CORRECTIONAL PURPOSES AND INCLUDE
       PROBATION AND RESTITUTION CENTERS, PRE- RELEASE CENTERS, AND
       COMMUNITY-RESIDENTIAL CENTERS.

       OTHER TYPES OF CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS--PRIVATELY OPERATED
       CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES AND CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES SPECIFICALLY
       FOR ALCOHOL/DRUG ABUSE.

 NURSING HOMES--COMPRISES A HETEROGENEOUS GROUP OF PLACES. THE MAJORITY OF
 PATIENTS ARE ELDERLY, ALTHOUGH PERSONS WHO REQUIRE NURSING CARE BECAUSE OF
 CHRONIC PHYSICAL CONDITIONS MAY BE FOUND IN THESE HOMES REGARDLESS OF THEIR
 AGE. INCLUDED IN THIS CATEGORY ARE SKILLED-NURSING FACILITIES, INTERMEDIATE-
 CARE FACILITIES, LONG-TERM CARE ROOMS IN WARDS OR BUILDINGS ON THE GROUNDS OF
 HOSPITALS, OR LONG-TERM CARE ROOMS/NURSING WINGS IN CONGREGATE HOUSING FACI-
 LITIES.  ALSO INCLUDED ARE NURSING, CONVALESCENT, AND REST HOMES, SUCH AS
 SOLDIERS', SAILORS', VETERANS', AND FRATERNAL OR RELIGIOUS HOMES FOR THE AGED,
 WITH OR WITHOUT NURSING CARE. IN SOME CENSUS PRODUCTS, NURSING HOMES ARE
 CLASSIFIED BY TYPE OF OWNERSHIP AS "FEDERAL," "STATE," "PRIVATE NOT-FOR-
 PROFIT," AND "PRIVATE FOR PROFIT."

 MENTAL (PSYCHIATRIC) HOSPITALS--INCLUDES HOSPITALS OR WARDS FOR THE CRIMINALLY
 INSANE NOT OPERATED BY A PRISON, AND PSYCHIATRIC WARDS OF GENERAL HOSPITALS
 AND VETERANS' HOSPITALS. PATIENTS RECEIVE SUPERVISED MEDICAL/NURSING CARE FROM
 FORMALLY-TRAINED STAFF. IN SOME CENSUS PRODUCTS, MENTAL HOSPITALS ARE CLASSI-
 FIED BY TYPE OF OWNERSHIP AS "FEDERAL," "STATE OR LOCAL," "PRIVATE," AND
 "OWNERSHIP NOT KNOWN."

 HOSPITALS FOR CHRONICALLY ILL--INCLUDES HOSPITALS FOR PATIENTS WHO REQUIRE
 LONG-TERM CARE, INCLUDING THOSE IN MILITARY HOSPITALS AND WARDS FOR THE
 CHRONICALLY ILL LOCATED ON MILITARY BASES; OR OTHER HOSPITALS OR WARDS FOR THE
 CHRONICALLY ILL, WHICH INCLUDE TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITALS OR WARDS, WARDS IN
 GENERAL AND VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION HOSPITALS FOR THE CHRONICALLY ILL, NEURO-
 LOGICAL WARDS, HOSPICES, WARDS FOR PATIENTS WITH HANSEN'S DISEASE (LEPROSY)
 AND OTHER INCURABLE DISEASES, AND OTHER UNSPECIFIED WARDS FOR THE CHRONICALLY
 ILL. PATIENTS WHO HAD NO USUAL HOME ELSEWHERE WERE ENUMERATED AS PART OF THE
 INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION IN THE WARDS OF GENERAL AND MILITARY HOSPITALS. MOST
 HOSPITAL PATIENTS ARE AT THE HOSPITAL TEMPORARILY AND WERE ENUMERATED AT THEIR
 USUAL PLACE OF RESIDENCE. (FOR MORE INFORMATION, SEE "WARDS IN GENERAL AND
 MILITARY HOSPITALS FOR PATIENTS WHO HAVE NO USUAL HOME ELSEWHERE.")

 SCHOOLS, HOSPITALS, OR WARDS FOR THE MENTALLY RETARDED--INCLUDES THOSE INSTI-
 TUTIONS SUCH AS WARDS IN HOSPITALS FOR THE MENTALLY RETARDED, AND INTER-
 MEDIATE-CARE FACILITIES FOR THE MENTALLY RETARDED THAT PROVIDE SUPERVISED
 MEDICAL/NURSING CARE FROM FORMALLY-TRAINED STAFF. IN SOME CENSUS PRODUCTS,
 THIS CATEGORY IS CLASSIFIED BY TYPE OF OWNERSHIP AS "FEDERAL," "STATE OR
 LOCAL," "PRIVATE," AND "OWNERSHIP NOT KNOWN."

 SCHOOLS, HOSPITALS, OR WARDS FOR THE PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED--INCLUDES THREE
 TYPES OF INSTITUTIONS: INSTITUTIONS FOR THE BLIND, THOSE FOR THE DEAF, AND
 ORTHOPEDIC WARDS AND INSTITUTIONS FOR THE PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED. INSTITUTIONS
 FOR PERSONS WITH SPEECH PROBLEMS ARE CLASSIFIED WITH "INSTITUTIONS FOR THE
 DEAF." THE CATEGORY "ORTHOPEDIC WARDS AND INSTITUTIONS FOR THE PHYSICALLY
 HANDICAPPED" INCLUDES THOSE INSTITUTIONS PROVIDING RELATIVELY LONG-TERM CARE
 TO ACCIDENT VICTIMS, AND TO PERSONS WITH POLIO, CEREBRAL PALSY, AND MUSCULAR
 DYSTROPHY. IN SOME CENSUS PRODUCTS, THIS CATEGORY IS CLASSIFIED BY TYPE OF
 OWNERSHIP AS "PUBLIC," "PRIVATE," AND "OWNERSHIP NOT KNOWN."

 HOSPITALS, AND WARDS FOR DRUG/ALCOHOL ABUSE--INCLUDES HOSPITALS, AND HOSPITAL
 WARDS IN PSYCHIATRIC AND GENERAL HOSPITALS.  THESE FACILITIES ARE EQUIPPED
 MEDICALLY AND DESIGNED FOR THE DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF MEDICAL OR PSYCHIA-
 TRIC ILLNESSES ASSOCIATED WITH ALCOHOL OR DRUG ABUSE.  PATIENTS RECEIVE SUPER-
 VISED MEDICAL CARE FROM FORMALLY-TRAINED STAFF.

 WARDS IN GENERAL AND MILITARY HOSPITALS FOR PATIENTS WHO HAVE NO USUAL HOME
 ELSEWHERE--INCLUDES MATERNITY, NEONATAL, PEDIATRIC (INCLUDING WARDS FOR
 BOARDER BABIES), MILITARY, AND SURGICAL WARDS OF HOSPITALS, AND WARDS FOR
 PERSONS WITH INFECTIOUS DISEASES.

 JUVENILE INSTITUTIONS--INCLUDES HOMES, SCHOOLS, AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS
 PROVIDING CARE FOR CHILDREN (SHORT- OR LONG-TERM CARE). JUVENILE INSTITUTIONS
 INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING TYPES:

   HOMES FOR ABUSED, DEPENDENT, AND NEGLECTED CHILDREN--INCLUDES
   ORPHANAGES AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS WHICH PROVIDE LONG-TERM CARE
   (USUALLY MORE THAN 30 DAYS) FOR CHILDREN. THIS CATEGORY
   IS CLASSIFIED IN SOME CENSUS PRODUCTS BY TYPE OF OWNERSHIP AS
   "PUBLIC" AND "PRIVATE."

   RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTERS--INCLUDES THOSE INSTITUTIONS
   WHICH PRIMARILY SERVE CHILDREN WHO, BY CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS, ARE
   MODERATELY OR SERIOUSLY DISTURBED EMOTIONALLY. ALSO, THESE
   INSTITUTIONS PROVIDE LONG-TERM TREATMENT SERVICES, USUALLY
   SUPERVISED OR DIRECTED BY A PSYCHIATRIST.

   TRAINING SCHOOLS FOR JUVENILE DELINQUENTS--INCLUDES RESIDENTIAL
   TRAINING SCHOOLS OR HOMES, AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS, CAMPS, OR
   FARMS FOR JUVENILE DELINQUENTS.

   PUBLIC TRAINING SCHOOLS FOR JUVENILE DELINQUENTS--USUALLY
   OPERATED BY A STATE AGENCY (FOR EXAMPLE, DEPARTMENT OF WELFARE,
   CORRECTIONS, OR A YOUTH AUTHORITY). SOME ARE OPERATED BY COUNTY
   AND CITY GOVERNMENTS.  THESE PUBLIC TRAINING SCHOOLS ARE SPECIA-
   LIZED INSTITUTIONS SERVING DELINQUENT CHILDREN, GENERALLY BETWEEN
   THE AGES OF 10 AND 17 YEARS OLD, ALL OF WHOM ARE COMMITTED BY THE
   COURTS.

   PRIVATE TRAINING SCHOOLS--OPERATED UNDER PRIVATE AUSPICES.  SOME
   OF THE CHILDREN THEY SERVE ARE COMMITTED BY THE COURTS AS
   DELINQUENTS. OTHERS ARE REFERRED BY PARENTS OR SOCIAL AGENCIES
   BECAUSE OF DELINQUENT BEHAVIOR. ONE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PRIVATE
   AND PUBLIC TRAINING SCHOOLS IS THAT, BY THEIR ADMINISTRATIVE
   POLICY, PRIVATE SCHOOLS HAVE CONTROL OVER THEIR SELECTION AND
   INTAKE.

   DETENTION CENTERS--INCLUDES INSTITUTIONS PROVIDING SHORT-TERM
   CARE (USUALLY 30 DAYS OR LESS) PRIMARILY FOR DELINQUENT CHILDREN
   PENDING DISPOSITION OF THEIR CASES BY A COURT. THIS CATEGORY ALSO
   COVERS DIAGNOSTIC CENTERS. IN PRACTICE, SUCH INSTITUTIONS MAY BE
   CARING FOR BOTH DELINQUENT AND NEGLECTED CHILDREN PENDING COURT
   DISPOSITION.

 OTHER PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS (ALSO REFERRED TO AS "NONINSTITUTIONAL
 GROUP QUARTERS")--INCLUDES ALL PERSONS WHO LIVE IN GROUP QUARTERS OTHER THAN
 INSTITUTIONS. PERSONS WHO LIVE IN THE FOLLOWING LIVING QUARTERS ARE CLASSI-
 FIED AS "OTHER PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS" WHEN THERE ARE 10 OR MORE UNRELATED
 PERSONS LIVING IN THE UNIT; OTHERWISE, THESE LIVING QUARTERS ARE CLASSIFIED
 AS HOUSING UNITS.

    ROOMING HOUSES--INCLUDES PERSONS RESIDING IN ROOMING AND BOARDING
    HOUSES AND LIVING IN QUARTERS WITH 10 OR MORE UNRELATED PERSONS.

    GROUP HOMES--INCLUDES "COMMUNITY-BASED HOMES" THAT PROVIDE CARE
    AND SUPPORTIVE SERVICES. SUCH PLACES INCLUDE HOMES FOR THE MENTALLY
    ILL, MENTALLY RETARDED, AND PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED; DRUG/ALCOHOL
    HALFWAY HOUSES; COMMUNES; AND MATERNITY HOMES FOR UNWED MOTHERS.

    HOMES FOR THE MENTALLY ILL--INCLUDES COMMUNITY-BASED HOMES THAT
    PROVIDE CARE PRIMARILY FOR THE MENTALLY ILL. IN SOME DATA PRODUCTS,
    THIS CATEGORY IS CLASSIFIED BY TYPE OF OWNERSHIP AS "FEDERAL," "STATE,"
    "PRIVATE," AND "OWNERSHIP NOT KNOWN." HOMES WHICH COMBINE TREATMENT
    OF THE PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED WITH TREATMENT OF THE MENTALLY ILL ARE
    COUNTED AS HOMES FOR THE MENTALLY ILL.

    HOMES FOR THE MENTALLY RETARDED--INCLUDES COMMUNITY-BASED HOMES THAT
    PROVIDE CARE PRIMARILY FOR THE MENTALLY RETARDED. HOMES WHICH COMBINE
    TREATMENT OF THE PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED WITH TREATMENT OF THE MENTALLY
    RETARDED ARE COUNTED AS HOMES FOR THE MENTALLY RETARDED.  THIS CATEGORY
    IS CLASSIFIED BY TYPE OF OWNERSHIP IN SOME CENSUS PRODUCTS, AS "FEDERAL,"
    "STATE," "PRIVATE," OR "OWNERSHIP NOT KNOWN."

    HOMES FOR THE PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED--INCLUDES COMMUNITY-BASED HOMES FOR
    THE BLIND, FOR THE DEAF, AND OTHER COMMUNITY-BASED HOMES FOR THE PHYSI-
    CALLY HANDICAPPED. PERSONS WITH SPEECH PROBLEMS ARE CLASSIFIED WITH
    HOMES FOR THE DEAF. IN SOME CENSUS PRODUCTS, THIS CATEGORY IS CLASSIFIED
    BY TYPE OF OWNERSHIP AS "PUBLIC," "PRIVATE," OR "OWNERSHIP NOT KNOWN."

    HOMES OR HALFWAY HOUSES FOR DRUG/ALCOHOL ABUSE--INCLUDES PERSONS WITH NO
    USUAL HOME ELSEWHERE IN PLACES THAT PROVIDE COMMUNITY-BASED CARE AND
    SUPPORTIVE SERVICES TO PERSONS SUFFERING FROM A DRUG/ALCOHOL ADDICTION
    AND TO RECOVERING ALCOHOLICS AND DRUG ABUSERS. PLACES PROVIDING
    COMMUNITY-BASED CARE FOR DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSERS INCLUDE GROUP HOMES,
    DETOXIFICATION CENTERS, QUARTERWAY HOUSES (RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT FACI-
    LITIES THAT WORK CLOSELY WITH ACCREDITED HOSPITALS), HALFWAY HOUSES, AND
    RECOVERY HOMES FOR AMBULATORY, MENTALLY COMPETENT RECOVERING ALCOHOLICS
    AND DRUG ABUSERS WHO MAY BE RE-ENTERING THE WORK FORCE.

    MATERNITY HOMES FOR UNWED MOTHERS--INCLUDES PERSONS WITH NO USUAL
    HOME ELSEWHERE IN PLACES THAT PROVIDE DOMESTIC CARE FOR UNWED MOTHERS
    AND THEIR CHILDREN. THESE HOMES MAY PROVIDE SOCIAL SERVICES AND POST-
    NATAL CARE WITHIN THE FACILITY, OR MAY MAKE ARRANGEMENTS FOR WOMEN TO
    RECEIVE SUCH SERVICES IN THE COMMUNITY.  NURSING SERVICES ARE USUALLY
    AVAILABLE IN THE FACILITY.

    OTHER GROUP HOMES--INCLUDES PERSONS WITH NO USUAL HOME ELSEWHERE
    IN COMMUNES, FOSTER CARE HOMES, AND JOB CORPS CENTERS WITH 10 OR
    MORE UNRELATED PERSONS. THESE TYPES OF PLACES PROVIDE COMMUNAL LIVING
    QUARTERS, GENERALLY FOR PERSONS WHO HAVE FORMED THEIR OWN COMMUNITY IN
    WHICH THEY HAVE COMMON INTERESTS AND OFTEN SHARE OR OWN PROPERTY JOINTLY.

 RELIGIOUS GROUP QUARTERS--INCLUDES, PRIMARILY, GROUP QUARTERS FOR NUNS
 TEACHING IN PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS AND FOR PRIESTS LIVING IN RECTORIES. IT ALSO
 INCLUDES OTHER CONVENTS AND MONASTERIES, EXCEPT THOSE ASSOCIATED WITH A
 GENERAL HOSPITAL OR AN INSTITUTION.

 COLLEGE QUARTERS OFF CAMPUS--INCLUDES PRIVATELY-OWNED ROOMING AND BOARDING
 HOUSES OFF CAMPUS, IF THE PLACE IS RESERVED EXCLUSIVELY FOR OCCUPANCY BY
 COLLEGE STUDENTS AND IF THERE ARE 10 OR MORE UNRELATED PERSONS.  IN CENSUS
 PRODUCTS, PERSONS IN THIS CATEGORY ARE CLASSIFIED AS LIVING IN A COLLEGE
 DORMITORY.

 PERSONS RESIDING IN CERTAIN OTHER TYPES OF LIVING ARRANGEMENTS ARE CLASSIFIED
 AS LIVING IN "NONINSTITUTIONAL GROUP QUARTERS" REGARDLESS OF THE NUMBER OF
 PEOPLE SHARING THE UNIT. THESE INCLUDE PERSONS RESIDING IN THE FOLLOWING TYPES
 OF GROUP QUARTERS:

   COLLEGE DORMITORIES--INCLUDES COLLEGE STUDENTS IN DORMITORIES (PROVIDED
   THE DORMITORY IS RESTRICTED TO STUDENTS WHO DO NOT HAVE THEIR FAMILIES
   LIVING WITH THEM), FRATERNITY AND SORORITY HOUSES, AND ON-CAMPUS RESIDENTIAL
   QUARTERS USED EXCLUSIVELY FOR THOSE IN RELIGIOUS ORDERS WHO ARE ATTENDING
   COLLEGE. STUDENTS IN PRIVATELY-OWNED ROOMING AND BOARDING HOUSES OFF CAMPUS
   ARE ALSO INCLUDED, IF THE PLACE IS RESERVED EXCLUSIVELY FOR OCCUPANCY BY
   COLLEGE-LEVEL STUDENTS AND IF THERE ARE 10 OR MORE UNRELATED PERSONS.

   MILITARY QUARTERS--INCLUDES MILITARY PERSONNEL LIVING IN BARRACKS AND
   DORMITORIES ON BASE, IN TRANSIENT QUARTERS ON BASE FOR TEMPORARY RESIDENTS
   (BOTH CIVILIAN AND MILITARY), AND ON MILITARY SHIPS. HOWEVER, PATIENTS
   IN MILITARY HOSPITALS RECEIVING TREATMENT FOR CHRONIC DISEASES OR WHO
   HAD NO USUAL HOME ELSEWHERE, AND PERSONS BEING HELD IN MILITARY STOCKADES
   WERE INCLUDED AS PART OF THE INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION.

   AGRICULTURE WORKERS' DORMITORIES--INCLUDES PERSONS IN MIGRATORY FARM
   WORKERS' CAMPS ON FARMS, BUNKHOUSES FOR RANCH HANDS, AND OTHER
   DORMITORIES ON FARMS, SUCH AS THOSE ON "TREE FARMS."

   OTHER WORKERS' DORMITORIES--INCLUDES PERSONS IN LOGGING CAMPS,
   CONSTRUCTION WORKERS' CAMPS, FIREHOUSE DORMITORIES, JOB-TRAINING CAMPS,
   ENERGY ENCLAVES (ALASKA ONLY), AND NONFARM MIGRATORY WORKERS' CAMPS (FOR
   EXAMPLE, WORKERS IN MINERAL AND MINING CAMPS).

   EMERGENCY SHELTERS FOR HOMELESS PERSONS (WITH SLEEPING FACILITIES) AND
   VISIBLE IN STREET LOCATIONS--INCLUDES PERSONS ENUMERATED DURING THE
   "SHELTER-AND-STREET-NIGHT" OPERATION PRIMARILY ON MARCH 20-21, 1990.
   ENUMERATORS WERE INSTRUCTED NOT TO ASK IF A PERSON WAS "HOMELESS." IF
   A PERSON WAS AT ONE OF THE LOCATIONS BELOW ON MARCH 20-21, THE PERSON
   WAS COUNTED AS DESCRIBED BELOW. (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE "SHELTER-
   AND-STREET-NIGHT" OPERATION, SEE APPENDIX D, COLLECTION AND PROCESSING
   PROCEDURES.) THIS CATEGORY IS DIVIDED INTO FOUR CLASSIFICATIONS:

     EMERGENCY SHELTERS FOR HOMELESS PERSONS (WITH SLEEPING FACILITIES)--
     INCLUDES PERSONS WHO STAYED OVERNIGHT ON MARCH 20, 1990, IN PERMANENT
     AND TEMPORARY EMERGENCY HOUSING, MISSIONS, HOTELS/MOTELS, AND FLOP-
     HOUSES CHARGING $12 OR LESS (EXCLUDING TAXES) PER NIGHT; SALVATION
     ARMY SHELTERS, HOTELS, AND MOTELS USED ENTIRELY FOR HOMELESS PERSONS
     REGARDLESS OF THE NIGHTLY RATE CHARGED; ROOMS IN HOTELS AND MOTELS
     USED PARTIALLY FOR THE HOMELESS; AND SIMILAR PLACES KNOWN TO HAVE
     PERSONS WHO HAVE NO USUAL HOME ELSEWHERE STAYING OVERNIGHT. IF NOT
     SHOWN SEPARATELY, SHELTERS AND GROUP HOMES THAT PROVIDE TEMPORARY
     SLEEPING FACILITIES FOR RUNAWAY, NEGLECTED, AND HOMELESS CHILDREN
     ARE INCLUDED IN THIS CATEGORY IN DATA PRODUCTS.

     SHELTERS FOR RUNAWAY, NEGLECTED, AND HOMELESS CHILDREN--INCLUDES
     SHELTERS/GROUP HOMES WHICH PROVIDE TEMPORARY SLEEPING FACILITIES FOR
     JUVENILES.

     VISIBLE IN STREET LOCATIONS--INCLUDES STREET BLOCKS AND OPEN PUBLIC
     LOCATIONS DESIGNATED BEFORE MARCH 20, 1990, BY CITY AND COMMUNITY
     OFFICIALS AS PLACES WHERE THE HOMELESS CONGREGATE AT NIGHT. ALL
     PERSONS FOUND AT PREDESIGNATED STREET SITES FROM 2 A.M. TO 4 A.M.
     AND LEAVING ABANDONED OR BOARDED-UP BUILDINGS FROM 4 A.M. TO 8 A.M.
     ON MARCH 21, 1990, WERE ENUMERATED DURING "STREET" ENUMERATION,
     EXCEPT PERSONS IN UNIFORM SUCH AS POLICE AND PERSONS ENGAGED IN
     OBVIOUS MONEY-MAKING ACTIVITIES OTHER THAN BEGGING OR PANHANDLING.
     ENUMERATORS WERE INSTRUCTED NOT TO ASK IF A PERSON WAS "HOMELESS."

     THIS CANNOT BE CONSIDERED A COMPLETE COUNT OF ALL PERSONS LIVING
     ON THE STREETS BECAUSE THOSE WHO WERE SO WELL HIDDEN THAT LOCAL PEOPLE
     DID NOT KNOW WHERE TO FIND THEM WERE LIKELY TO HAVE BEEN MISSED AS WERE
     PERSONS MOVING ABOUT OR IN PLACES NOT IDENTIFIED BY LOCAL OFFICIALS. IT
     IS ALSO POSSIBLE THAT PERSONS WITH HOMES COULD HAVE BEEN INCLUDED IN THE
     COUNT OF "VISIBLE IN STREET LOCATIONS" IF THEY WERE PRESENT WHEN THE
     ENUMERATOR DID THE ENUMERATION OF A PARTICULAR BLOCK.

     PREDESIGNATED STREET SITES INCLUDE STREET CORNERS, PARKS, BRIDGES,
     PERSONS EMERGING FROM ABANDONED AND BOARDED-UP BUILDINGS, NONCOMMERCIAL
     CAMPSITES (TENT CITIES), ALL-NIGHT MOVIE THEATERS, ALL-NIGHT RESTAURANTS,
     EMERGENCY HOSPITAL WAITING ROOMS, TRAIN STATIONS, AIRPORTS, BUS DEPOTS,
     AND SUBWAY STATIONS.

     SHELTERS FOR ABUSED WOMEN (SHELTERS AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OR FAMILY
     CRISIS CENTERS)--INCLUDES COMMUNITY-BASED HOMES OR SHELTERS THAT PROVIDE
     DOMICILIARY CARE FOR WOMEN WHO HAVE SOUGHT SHELTER FROM FAMILY VIOLENCE
     AND WHO MAY HAVE BEEN PHYSICALLY ABUSED. MOST SHELTERS ALSO PROVIDE
     CARE FOR CHILDREN OF ABUSED WOMEN.  THESE SHELTERS MAY PROVIDE SOCIAL
     SERVICES, MEALS, PSYCHIATRIC TREATMENT, AND COUNSELING. IN SOME CENSUS
     PRODUCTS, "SHELTERS FOR ABUSED WOMEN" ARE INCLUDED IN THE CATEGORY
     "OTHER NONINSTITUTIONAL GROUP QUARTERS."

 DORMITORIES FOR NURSES AND INTERNS IN GENERAL AND MILITARY HOSPITALS--INCLUDES
 GROUP QUARTERS FOR NURSES AND OTHER STAFF MEMBERS. IT EXCLUDES PATIENTS.

 CREWS OF MARITIME VESSELS--INCLUDES OFFICERS, CREW MEMBERS, AND PASSENGERS
 OF MARITIME U.S. FLAG VESSELS. ALL OCEAN-GOING AND GREAT LAKES SHIPS ARE
 INCLUDED.

 STAFF RESIDENTS OF INSTITUTIONS--INCLUDES STAFF RESIDING IN GROUP QUARTERS
 ON INSTITUTIONAL GROUNDS WHO PROVIDE FORMALLY-AUTHORIZED, SUPERVISED CARE
 OR CUSTODY FOR THE INSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION.

 OTHER NONHOUSEHOLD LIVING SITUATIONS--INCLUDES PERSONS WITH NO USUAL HOME
 ELSEWHERE ENUMERATED DURING TRANSIENT OR "T-NIGHT" ENUMERATION AT YMCA'S,
 YWCA'S, YOUTH HOSTELS, COMMERCIAL AND GOVERNMENT-RUN CAMPGROUNDS, CAMPGROUNDS
 AT RACETRACKS, FAIRS, AND CARNIVALS, AND SIMILAR TRANSIENT SITES.

 LIVING QUARTERS FOR VICTIMS OF NATURAL DISASTERS--INCLUDES LIVING QUARTERS
 FOR PERSONS TEMPORARILY DISPLACED BY NATURAL DISASTERS.

LIMITATION OF THE DATA

 LIMITATION OF THE DATA--TWO TYPES OF ERRORS CAN OCCUR IN THE CLASSIFICATION
 OF "TYPES OF GROUP QUARTERS":

   MISCLASSIFICATION OF GROUP QUARTERS--DURING THE 1990 SPECIAL PLACE
   PRELIST OPERATION, THE ENUMERATOR DETERMINED THE TYPE OF GROUP QUARTERS
   ASSOCIATED WITH EACH SPECIAL PLACE IN THEIR ASSIGNMENT.  THE ENUMERATOR
   USED THE ALPHABETICAL GROUP QUARTERS CODE LIST AND INDEX TO THE
   ALPHABETICAL GROUP QUARTERS CODE LIST TO ASSIGN A TWO-DIGIT CODE
   NUMBER FOLLOWED BY EITHER AN "I," FOR INSTITUTIONAL, OR AN "N," FOR
   NONINSTITUTIONAL TO EACH GROUP QUARTERS. IN 1990, UNACCEPTABLE GROUP
   QUARTER CODES WERE EDITED. (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON EDITING OF UNACCEPT-
   ABLE DATA, SEE APPENDIX C, ACCURACY OF THE DATA.)

   NO CLASSIFICATION (UNKNOWNS)--THE IMPUTATION RATE FOR TYPE OF INSTITUTION
   WAS HIGHER IN 1980 (23.5 PERCENT) THAN IN 1970 (3.3 PERCENT). IMPROVE-
   MENTS WERE MADE TO THE 1990 ALPHABETICAL GROUP QUARTERS CODE LIST; THAT IS,
   THE INCLUSION OF MORE GROUP QUARTERS CATEGORIES AND AN "INDEX TO THE ALPHA-
   BETICAL GROUP QUARTERS CODE LIST." (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE ALLOCATION
   RATES FOR TYPE OF INSTITUTION, SEE THE ALLOCATION RATES IN 1990 CP-1, GENERAL
   POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS.)

 IN PREVIOUS CENSUSES, ALLOCATION RATES FOR DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS
 (SUCH AS AGE, SEX, RACE, AND MARITAL STATUS) OF THE INSTITUTIONAL POPULATION
 WERE SIMILAR TO THOSE FOR THE TOTAL POPULATION. THE ALLOCATION RATES FOR
 SAMPLE CHARACTERISTICS SUCH AS SCHOOL ENROLLMENT,HIGHEST GRADE COMPLETED,
 INCOME, AND VETERAN STATUS FOR THE INSTITUTIONAL AND NONINSTITUTIONAL GROUP
 QUARTERS POPULATION HAVE BEEN SUBSTANTIALLY HIGHER THAN THE POPULATION IN
 HOUSEHOLDS AT LEAST AS FAR BACK AS THE 1960 CENSUS.  THE DATA, HOWEVER, HAVE
 HISTORICALLY PRESENTED A REASONABLE PICTURE OF THE INSTITUTIONAL AND NONIN-
 STITUTIONAL GROUP QUARTERS POPULATION.

 SHELTER AND STREET NIGHT (S-NIGHT)--FOR THE 1990 CENSUS "SHELTER-AND-STREET-
 NIGHT" OPERATION, PERSONS WELL HIDDEN, MOVING ABOUT, OR IN LOCATIONS ENUME-
 RATORS DID NOT VISIT WERE LIKELY TO BE MISSED. THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE MISSED
 WILL NEVER BE KNOWN; THUS, THE 1990 CENSUS CANNOT BE CONSIDERED TO INCLUDE A
 DEFINITIVE COUNT OF AMERICA'S TOTAL HOMELESS POPULATION. IT DOES, HOWEVER,
 GIVE AN IDEA OF RELATIVE DIFFERENCES AMONG AREAS OF THE COUNTRY.  OTHER
 COMPONENTS WERE COUNTED AS PART OF REGULAR CENSUS PROCEDURES.

 THE COUNT OF PERSONS IN SHELTERS AND VISIBLE ON THE STREET COULD HAVE BEEN
 AFFECTED BY MANY FACTORS. HOW MUCH THE FACTORS AFFECTED THE COUNT CAN NEVER
 BE ANSWERED DEFINITIVELY, BUT SOME ELEMENTS INCLUDE:

    HOW WELL ENUMERATORS WERE TRAINED AND HOW WELL THEY FOLLOWED PROCEDURES.

    HOW WELL THE LIST OF SHELTER AND STREET LOCATIONS GIVEN TO THE CENSUS
    BUREAU BY THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT REFLECTED THE ACTUAL PLACES THAT HOMELESS
    PERSONS STAY AT NIGHT.

    CITIES WERE ENCOURAGED TO OPEN TEMPORARY SHELTERS FOR CENSUS NIGHT, AND
    MANY DID THAT AND ACTIVELY ENCOURAGED PEOPLE TO ENTER THE SHELTERS.
    THUS, PEOPLE WHO MAY HAVE BEEN ON THE STREET OTHERWISE WERE IN SHELTERS
    THE NIGHT OF MARCH 20, SO THAT THE RATIO OF SHELTER-TO-STREET POPULATION
    COULD BE DIFFERENT THAN USUAL.

    THE WEATHER, WHICH WAS UNUSUALLY COLD IN SOME PARTS OF THE COUNTRY, COULD
    AFFECT HOW LIKELY PEOPLE WERE TO SEEK EMERGENCY SHELTER OR TO BE MORE
    HIDDEN THAN USUAL IF THEY STAYED OUTDOORS.

    THE MEDIA OCCASIONALLY INTERFERED WITH THE ABILITY TO DO THE COUNT.

    HOW HOMELESS PEOPLE PERCEIVED THE CENSUS AND WHETHER THEY WANTED TO
    BE COUNTED OR FEARED THE CENSUS AND HID FROM IT.

 THE CENSUS BUREAU CONDUCTED TWO ASSESSMENTS OF SHELTER AND STREET NIGHT:
 (1) THE QUALITY OF THE LISTS OF SHELTERS USED FOR THE SHELTER-AND-STREET-NIGHT
 OPERATION, AND (2) HOW WELL PROCEDURES WERE FOLLOWED BY CENSUS- TAKERS FOR THE
 STREET COUNT IN PARTS OF FIVE CITIES (CHICAGO, LOS ANGELES, NEW ORLEANS, NEW
 YORK, AND PHOENIX). INFORMATION ABOUT THESE TWO ASSESSMENTS IS AVAILABLE FROM
 THE CHIEF, CENTER FOR SURVEY METHODS RESEARCH, BUREAU OF THE CENSUS,
 WASHINGTON, DC 20233.

 COMPARABILITY--FOR THE 1990 CENSUS, THE DEFINITION OF  INSTITUTIONALIZED
 PERSONS WAS REVISED SO THAT THE DEFINITION OF "CARE" ONLY INCLUDES PERSONS
 UNDER ORGANIZED MEDICAL OR FORMALLY-AUTHORIZED, SUPERVISED CARE OR CUSTODY. AS
 A RESULT OF THIS CHANGE TO THE INSTITUTIONAL DEFINITION, MATERNITY HOMES ARE
 CLASSIFIED AS NONINSTITUTIONAL RATHER THAN INSTITUTIONAL GROUP QUARTERS AS IN
 PREVIOUS CENSUSES. THE FOLLOWING TYPES OF OTHER GROUP QUARTERS ARE CLASSIFIED
 AS INSTITUTIONAL RATHER THAN NONINSTITUTIONAL GROUP QUARTERS: "HALFWAY HOUSES
 (OPERATED FOR CORRECTIONAL PURPOSES)" AND "WARDS IN GENERAL AND MILITARY
 HOSPITALS FOR PATIENTS WHO HAVE NO USUAL HOME ELSEWHERE," WHICH INCLUDES
 MATERNITY, NEONATAL, PEDIATRIC, MILITARY, AND SURGICAL WARDS OF HOSPITALS,
 OTHER-PURPOSE WARDS OF HOSPITALS, AND WARDS FOR INFECTIOUS DISEASES. THESE
 CHANGES SHOULD NOT SIGNIFICANTLY AFFECT THE COMPARABILITY OF DATA WITH
 EARLIER CENSUSES BECAUSE OF THE RELATIVELY SMALL NUMBER OF PERSONS INVOLVED.

 AS IN 1980, 10 OR MORE UNRELATED PERSONS LIVING TOGETHER WERE CLASSIFIED AS
 LIVING IN NONINSTITUTIONAL GROUP QUARTERS. IN 1970, THE CRITERIA WAS SIX OR
 MORE UNRELATED PERSONS.

 SEVERAL CHANGES ALSO HAVE OCCURRED IN THE IDENTIFICATION OF SPECIFIC TYPES OF
 GROUP QUARTERS. FOR THE FIRST TIME, THE 1990 CENSUS IDENTIFIES SEPARATELY THE
 FOLLOWING TYPES OF CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS:  PERSONS IN HALFWAY HOUSES
 (OPERATED FOR CORRECTIONAL PURPOSES), MILITARY STOCKADES AND JAILS, AND POLICE
 LOCKUPS. IN 1990, TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITALS OR WARDS ARE INCLUDED WITH HOSPITALS
 FOR THE CHRONICALLY ILL; IN 1980, THEY WERE SHOWN SEPARATELY. FOR 1990, THE
 NONINSTITUTIONAL GROUP QUARTERS CATEGORY, "GROUP HOMES" IS FURTHER CLASSIFIED
 AS: GROUP HOMES FOR DRUG/ALCOHOL ABUSE; MATERNITY HOMES (FOR UNWED MOTHERS),
 GROUP HOMES FOR THE MENTALLY ILL, GROUP HOMES FOR THE MENTALLY RETARDED, AND
 GROUP HOMES FOR THE PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED. PERSONS LIVING IN COMMUNES,
 FOSTER-CARE HOMES, AND JOB CORPS CENTERS ARE CLASSIFIED WITH "OTHER GROUP
 HOMES" ONLY IF 10 OR MORE UNRELATED PERSONS SHARE THE UNIT; OTHERWISE, THEY
 ARE CLASSIFIED AS HOUSING UNITS.

 IN 1990, WORKERS' DORMITORIES WERE CLASSIFIED AS GROUP QUARTERS REGARDLESS OF
 THE NUMBER OF PERSONS SHARING THE DORM. IN 1980, 10 OR MORE UNRELATED PERSONS
 HAD TO SHARE THE DORM FOR IT TO BE CLASSIFIED AS A GROUP QUARTERS. IN 1960,
 DATA ON PERSONS IN MILITARY BARRACKS WERE SHOWN ONLY FOR MEN. IN SUBSEQUENT
 CENSUSES, THEY INCLUDE BOTH MEN AND WOMEN.

 IN 1990 CENSUS DATA PRODUCTS, THE PHRASE "INMATES OF INSTITUTIONS" WAS CHANGED
 TO "INSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS." ALSO, PERSONS LIVING IN NONINSTITUTIONAL GROUP
 QUARTERS WERE REFERRED TO AS "OTHER PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS," AND THE PHRASE
 "STAFF RESIDENTS" WAS USED FOR STAFF LIVING IN INSTITUTIONS.

 IN 1990, THERE ARE ADDITIONAL INSTITUTIONAL CATEGORIES AND NONINSTITUTIONAL
 GROUP QUARTERS CATEGORIES COMPARED WITH THE 1980 CENSUS. THE INSTITUTIONAL
 CATEGORIES ADDED INCLUDE "HOSPITALS AND WARDS FOR DRUG/ALCOHOL ABUSE" AND
 "MILITARY HOSPITALS FOR THE CHRONICALLY ILL." THE NONINSTITUTIONAL GROUP
 QUARTERS CATEGORIES ADDED INCLUDE EMERGENCY SHELTERS FOR HOMELESS PERSONS;
 SHELTERS FOR RUNAWAY, NEGLECTED, AND HOMELESS CHILDREN; SHELTERS FOR ABUSED
 WOMEN; AND VISIBLE-IN-STREET LOCATIONS. EACH OF THESE NONINSTITUTIONAL GROUP
 QUARTERS CATEGORIES WAS ENUMERATED ON MARCH 20-21, 1990, DURING THE "SHELTER-
 AND-STREET-NIGHT" OPERATION. (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE "SHELTER-AND-STREET-
 NIGHT" OPERATION, SEE APPENDIX D, COLLECTION AND PROCESSING PROCEDURES.)

HISPANIC ORIGIN

 HISPANIC ORIGIN--THE DATA ON SPANISH/HISPANIC ORIGIN WERE DERIVED FROM
 ANSWERS TO QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM 7, WHICH WAS ASKED OF ALL PERSONS.  PERSONS OF
 HISPANIC ORIGIN ARE THOSE WHO CLASSIFIED THEMSELVES IN ONE OF THE SPECIFIC
 HISPANIC ORIGIN CATEGORIES LISTED ON THE QUESTIONNAIRE--"MEXICAN," "PUERTO
 RICAN," OR "CUBAN"--AS WELL AS THOSE WHO INDICATED THAT THEY WERE OF "OTHER
 SPANISH/HISPANIC" ORIGIN. PERSONS OF "OTHER SPANISH/HISPANIC" ORIGIN ARE
 THOSE WHOSE ORIGINS ARE FROM SPAIN, THE SPANISH-SPEAKING COUNTRIES OF CENTRAL
 OR SOUTH AMERICA, OR THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, OR THEY ARE PERSONS OF HISPANIC
 ORIGIN IDENTIFYING THEMSELVES GENERALLY AS SPANISH, SPANISH-AMERICAN,
 HISPANIC, HISPANO, LATINO, AND SO ON. WRITE-IN RESPONSES TO THE "OTHER
 SPANISH/HISPANIC" CATEGORY WERE CODED ONLY FOR SAMPLE DATA.

 ORIGIN CAN BE VIEWED AS THE ANCESTRY, NATIONALITY GROUP, LINEAGE, OR COUNTRY
 OF BIRTH OF THE PERSON OR THE PERSON'S PARENTS OR ANCESTORS BEFORE THEIR
 ARRIVAL IN THE UNITED STATES. PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN MAY BE OF ANY RACE.

 SOME TABULATIONS ARE SHOWN BY THE HISPANIC ORIGIN OF THE HOUSEHOLDER.  IN ALL
 CASES WHERE HOUSEHOLDS, FAMILIES, OR OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS ARE CLASSIFIED BY
 HISPANIC ORIGIN, THE HISPANIC ORIGIN OF THE HOUSEHOLDER IS USED. (SEE THE
 DISCUSSION OF HOUSEHOLDER UNDER "HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP.")

 DURING DIRECT INTERVIEWS CONDUCTED BY ENUMERATORS, IF A PERSON COULD NOT PRO-
 VIDE A SINGLE ORIGIN RESPONSE, HE OR SHE WAS ASKED TO SELECT, BASED ON SELF-
 IDENTIFICATION, THE GROUP WHICH BEST DESCRIBED HIS OR HER ORIGIN OR DESCENT.
 IF A PERSON COULD NOT PROVIDE A SINGLE GROUP, THE ORIGIN OF THE PERSON'S
 MOTHER WAS USED. IF A SINGLE GROUP COULD NOT BE PROVIDED FOR THE PERSON'S
 MOTHER, THE FIRST ORIGIN REPORTED BY THE PERSON WAS USED.

 IF ANY HOUSEHOLD MEMBER FAILED TO RESPOND TO THE SPANISH/HISPANIC ORIGIN QUES-
 TION, A RESPONSE WAS ASSIGNED BY THE COMPUTER ACCORDING TO THE REPORTED EN-
 TRIES OF OTHER HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS BY USING SPECIFIC RULES OF PRECEDENCE OF
 HOUSEHOLD RELATIONSHIP. IN THE PROCESSING OF SAMPLE QUESTIONNAIRES, RESPONSES
 TO OTHER QUESTIONS ON THE QUESTIONNAIRE, SUCH AS ANCESTRY AND PLACE OF BIRTH,
 WERE USED TO ASSIGN AN ORIGIN BEFORE ANY REFERENCE WAS MADE TO THE ORIGIN RE-
 PORTED BY OTHER HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS. IF AN ORIGIN WAS NOT ENTERED FOR ANY HOUSE-
 HOLD MEMBER, AN ORIGIN WAS ASSIGNED FROM ANOTHER HOUSEHOLD ACCORDING TO THE
 RACE OF THE HOUSEHOLDER. THIS PROCEDURE IS A VARIATION OF THE GENERAL IMPUTA-
 TION PROCESS DESCRIBED IN APPENDIX C, ACCURACY OF THE DATA.

 COMPARABILITY--THERE MAY BE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE TOTAL HISPANIC ORIGIN
 POPULATION BASED ON 100-PERCENT TABULATIONS AND SAMPLE TABULATIONS. SUCH
 DIFFERENCES ARE THE RESULT OF SAMPLING VARIABILITY, NONSAMPLING ERROR, AND
 MORE EXTENSIVE EDIT PROCEDURES FOR THE SPANISH/HISPANIC ORIGIN ITEM ON THE
 SAMPLE QUESTIONNAIRES. (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SAMPLING VARIABILITY AND NON-
 SAMPLING ERROR, SEE APPENDIX C, ACCURACY OF THE DATA.)

 THE 1990 DATA ON HISPANIC ORIGIN ARE GENERALLY COMPARABLE WITH THOSE FOR THE
 1980 CENSUS. HOWEVER, THERE ARE SOME DIFFERENCES IN THE FORMAT OF THE HISPANIC
 ORIGIN QUESTION BETWEEN THE TWO CENSUSES. FOR 1990, THE WORD "DESCENT" WAS
 DELETED FROM THE 1980 WORDING. IN ADDITION, THE TERM "MEXICAN-AMER." USED IN
 1980 WAS SHORTENED FURTHER TO "MEXICAN-AM." TO REDUCE MISREPORTING (OF
 "AMERICAN") IN THIS CATEGORY DETECTED IN THE 1980 CENSUS. FINALLY, THE 1990
 QUESTION ALLOWED THOSE WHO REPORTED AS "OTHER SPANISH/HISPANIC" TO WRITE IN
 THEIR SPECIFIC HISPANIC ORIGIN GROUP.

 MISREPORTING IN THE "MEXICAN-AMER." CATEGORY OF THE 1980 CENSUS ITEM ON
 SPANISH/HISPANIC ORIGIN MAY AFFECT THE COMPARABILITY OF 1980 AND 1990 CENSUS
 DATA FOR PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN FOR CERTAIN AREAS OF THE COUNTRY. AN
 EVALUATION OF THE 1980 CENSUS ITEM ON SPANISH/HISPANIC ORIGIN INDICATED THAT
 THERE WAS MISREPORTING IN THE MEXICAN ORIGIN CATEGORY BY WHITE AND BLACK PER-
 SONS IN CERTAIN AREAS.  THE STUDY RESULTS SHOWED EVIDENCE THAT THE MIS-
 REPORTING OCCURRED IN THE SOUTH (EXCLUDING TEXAS), THE NORTHEAST (EXCLUDING
 THE NEW YORK CITY AREA), AND A FEW STATES IN THE MIDWEST REGION. ALSO, RESULTS
 BASED ON AVAILABLE DATA SUGGEST THAT THE IMPACT OF POSSIBLE MISREPORTING OF
 MEXICAN ORIGIN IN THE 1980 CENSUS WAS SEVERE IN THOSE PORTIONS OF THE ABOVE-
 MENTIONED REGIONS WHERE THE HISPANIC ORIGIN POPULATION WAS GENERALLY SPARSE.
 HOWEVER, NATIONAL 1980 CENSUS DATA ON THE MEXICAN ORIGIN POPULATION OR TOTAL
 HISPANIC ORIGIN POPULATION AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL WAS NOT SERIOUSLY AFFECTED BY
 THE REPORTING PROBLEM. (FOR A MORE DETAILED DISCUSSION OF THE EVALUATION OF
 THE 1980 CENSUS SPANISH/HISPANIC ORIGIN ITEM, SEE THE 1980 CENSUS SUPPLE-
 MENTARY REPORTS.)

 THE 1990 AND 1980 CENSUS DATA ON THE HISPANIC POPULATION ARE NOT DIRECTLY COM-
 PARABLE WITH 1970 SPANISH ORIGIN DATA BECAUSE OF A NUMBER OF FACTORS:
 (1) OVERALL IMPROVEMENTS IN THE 1980 AND 1990 CENSUSES, (2) BETTER COVERAGE OF
 THE POPULATION, (3) IMPROVED QUESTION DESIGNS, AND (4) AN EFFECTIVE PUBLIC
 RELATIONS CAMPAIGN BY THE CENSUS BUREAU WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF NATIONAL AND
 COMMUNITY ETHNIC GROUPS.

 SPECIFIC CHANGES IN QUESTION DESIGN BETWEEN THE 1980 AND 1970 CENSUSES IN-
 CLUDED THE PLACEMENT OF THE CATEGORY "NO, NOT SPANISH/HISPANIC" AS THE FIRST
 CATEGORY IN THAT QUESTION. (THE CORRESPONDING CATEGORY APPEARED LAST IN THE
 1970 QUESTION.) ALSO, THE 1970 CATEGORY "CENTRAL OR SOUTH AMERICAN" WAS
 DELETED BECAUSE IN 1970 SOME RESPONDENTS MISINTERPRETED THE CATEGORY;
 FURTHERMORE, THE DESIGNATIONS "MEXICAN-AMERICAN" AND "CHICANO" WERE ADDED TO
 THE SPANISH/HISPANIC ORIGIN QUESTION IN 1980. IN THE 1970 CENSUS, THE QUESTION
 ON SPANISH ORIGIN WAS ASKED OF ONLY A 5-PERCENT SAMPLE OF THE POPULATION.
HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP

 HOUSEHOLD--A HOUSEHOLD INCLUDES ALL THE PERSONS WHO OCCUPY A HOUSING UNIT.
 A HOUSING UNIT IS A HOUSE, AN APARTMENT, A MOBILE HOME, A GROUP OF ROOMS, OR
 A SINGLE ROOM THAT IS OCCUPIED (OR IF VACANT, IS INTENDED FOR OCCUPANCY) AS
 SEPARATE LIVING QUARTERS. SEPARATE LIVING QUARTERS ARE THOSE IN WHICH THE
 OCCUPANTS LIVE AND EAT SEPARATELY FROM ANY OTHER PERSONS IN THE BUILDING AND
 WHICH HAVE DIRECT ACCESS FROM THE OUTSIDE OF THE BUILDING OR THROUGH A COMMON
 HALL. THE OCCUPANTS MAY BE A SINGLE FAMILY, ONE PERSON LIVING ALONE, TWO OR
 MORE FAMILIES LIVING TOGETHER, OR ANY OTHER GROUP OF RELATED OR UNRELATED
 PERSONS WHO SHARE LIVING ARRANGEMENTS.

 IN 100-PERCENT TABULATIONS, THE COUNT OF HOUSEHOLDS OR HOUSEHOLDERS ALWAYS
 EQUALS THE COUNT OF OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS. IN SAMPLE TABULATIONS, THE NUMBERS
 MAY DIFFER AS A RESULT OF THE WEIGHTING PROCESS.

 PERSONS PER HOUSEHOLD--A MEASURE OBTAINED BY DIVIDING THE NUMBER OF PERSONS
 IN HOUSEHOLDS BY THE NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS (OR HOUSEHOLDERS). IN CASES WHERE
 PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS ARE CROSS-CLASSIFIED BY RACE OR HISPANIC ORIGIN, PERSONS
 IN THE HOUSEHOLD ARE CLASSIFIED BY THE RACE OR HISPANIC ORIGIN OF THE HOUSE-
 HOLDER RATHER THAN THE RACE OR HISPANIC ORIGIN OF EACH INDIVIDUAL.

RELATIONSHIP TO HOUSEHOLDER

 HOUSEHOLDER--THE DATA ON RELATIONSHIP TO HOUSEHOLDER WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS
 TO QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM 2, WHICH WAS ASKED OF ALL PERSONS IN HOUSING UNITS.  ONE
 PERSON IN EACH HOUSEHOLD IS DESIGNATED AS THE HOUSEHOLDER. IN MOST CASES, THIS
 IS THE PERSON, OR ONE OF THE PERSONS, IN WHOSE NAME THE HOME IS OWNED, BEING
 BOUGHT, OR RENTED AND WHO IS LISTED IN COLUMN 1 OF THE CENSUS QUESTIONNAIRE.
 IF THERE IS NO SUCH PERSON IN THE HOUSEHOLD, ANY ADULT HOUSEHOLD MEMBER 15
 YEARS OLD AND OVER COULD BE DESIGNATED AS THE HOUSEHOLDER.

 HOUSEHOLDS ARE CLASSIFIED BY TYPE ACCORDING TO THE SEX OF THE HOUSEHOLDER AND
 THE PRESENCE OF RELATIVES. TWO TYPES OF HOUSEHOLDERS ARE DISTINGUISHED:  A
 FAMILY HOUSEHOLDER AND A NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDER. A FAMILY HOUSEHOLDER IS A
 HOUSEHOLDER LIVING WITH ONE OR MORE PERSONS RELATED TO HIM OR HER BY BIRTH,
 MARRIAGE, OR ADOPTION. THE HOUSEHOLDER AND ALL PERSONS IN THE HOUSEHOLD
 RELATED TO HIM OR HER ARE FAMILY MEMBERS. A NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDER IS A
 HOUSEHOLDER LIVING ALONE OR WITH NONRELATIVES ONLY.

 SPOUSE--INCLUDES A PERSON MARRIED TO AND LIVING WITH A HOUSEHOLDER. THIS
 CATEGORY INCLUDES PERSONS IN FORMAL MARRIAGES, AS WELL AS PERSONS IN
 COMMON-LAW MARRIAGES.

 THE NUMBER OF SPOUSES IS EQUAL TO THE NUMBER OF "MARRIED-COUPLE FAMILIES"
 OR "MARRIED-COUPLE HOUSEHOLDS" IN 100-PERCENT TABULATIONS. THE NUMBER OF
 SPOUSES, HOWEVER, IS GENERALLY LESS THAN HALF OF THE NUMBER OF "MARRIED
 PERSONS WITH SPOUSE PRESENT" IN SAMPLE TABULATIONS, SINCE MORE THAN ONE
 MARRIED COUPLE CAN LIVE IN A HOUSEHOLD, BUT ONLY SPOUSES OF HOUSEHOLDERS
 ARE SPECIFICALLY IDENTIFIED AS "SPOUSE." FOR SAMPLE TABULATIONS, THE NUMBER
 OF "MARRIED PERSONS WITH SPOUSE PRESENT" INCLUDES MARRIED-COUPLE SUBFAMILIES
 AND MARRIED-COUPLE FAMILIES.

 CHILD--INCLUDES A SON OR DAUGHTER BY BIRTH, A STEPCHILD, OR ADOPTED CHILD OF
 THE HOUSEHOLDER, REGARDLESS OF THE CHILD'S AGE OR MARITAL STATUS. THE CATEGORY
 EXCLUDES SONS-IN-LAW, DAUGHTERS-IN-LAW, AND FOSTER CHILDREN.

 NATURAL-BORN OR ADOPTED SON/DAUGHTER--A SON OR DAUGHTER OF THE HOUSEHOLDER BY
 BIRTH, REGARDLESS OF THE AGE OF THE CHILD. ALSO, THIS CATEGORY INCLUDES SONS
 OR DAUGHTERS OF THE HOUSEHOLDER BY LEGAL ADOPTION, REGARDLESS OF THE AGE OF
 THE CHILD. IF THE STEPSON/STEPDAUGHTER OF THE HOUSEHOLDER HAS BEEN LEGALLY
 ADOPTED BY THE HOUSEHOLDER, THE CHILD IS STILL CLASSIFIED AS A STEPCHILD.

 STEPSON/STEPDAUGHTER--A SON OR DAUGHTER OF THE HOUSEHOLDER THROUGH MARRIAGE
 BUT NOT BY BIRTH, REGARDLESS OF THE AGE OF THE CHILD. IF THE STEPSON/STEP-
 DAUGHTER OF THE HOUSEHOLDER HAS BEEN LEGALLY ADOPTED BY THE HOUSEHOLDER,
 THE CHILD IS STILL CLASSIFIED AS A STEPCHILD.

 OWN CHILD--A NEVER-MARRIED CHILD UNDER 18 YEARS WHO IS A SON OR DAUGHTER BY
 BIRTH, A STEPCHILD, OR AN ADOPTED CHILD OF THE HOUSEHOLDER. IN CERTAIN
 TABULATIONS, OWN CHILDREN ARE FURTHER CLASSIFIED AS LIVING WITH TWO PARENTS
 OR WITH ONE PARENT ONLY. OWN CHILDREN OF THE HOUSEHOLDER LIVING WITH TWO
 PARENTS ARE BY DEFINITION FOUND ONLY IN MARRIED-COUPLE FAMILIES.

 IN A SUBFAMILY, AN "OWN CHILD" IS A NEVER-MARRIED CHILD UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE
 WHO IS A SON, DAUGHTER, STEPCHILD, OR AN ADOPTED CHILD OF A MOTHER IN A
 MOTHER-CHILD SUBFAMILY, A FATHER IN A FATHER-CHILD SUBFAMILY, OR EITHER
 SPOUSE IN A MARRIED-COUPLE SUBFAMILY.

 "RELATED CHILDREN" IN A FAMILY INCLUDE OWN CHILDREN AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
 UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE IN THE HOUSEHOLD, REGARDLESS OF MARITAL STATUS, WHO ARE
 RELATED TO THE HOUSEHOLDER, EXCEPT THE SPOUSE OF THE HOUSEHOLDER.  FOSTER
 CHILDREN ARE NOT INCLUDED SINCE THEY ARE NOT RELATED TO THE HOUSEHOLDER.

 OTHER RELATIVES--IN TABULATIONS, INCLUDES ANY HOUSEHOLD MEMBER RELATED TO THE
 HOUSEHOLDER BY BIRTH, MARRIAGE, OR ADOPTION, BUT NOT INCLUDED SPECIFICALLY IN
 ANOTHER RELATIONSHIP CATEGORY. IN CERTAIN DETAILED TABULATIONS, THE FOLLOWING
 CATEGORIES MAY BE SHOWN:

    GRANDCHILD--THE GRANDSON OR GRANDDAUGHTER OF THE HOUSEHOLDER.

    BROTHER/SISTER--THE BROTHER OR SISTER OF THE HOUSEHOLDER, INCLUDING
    STEPBROTHERS, STEPSISTERS, AND BROTHERS AND SISTERS BY ADOPTION.
    BROTHERS-IN-LAW AND SISTERS-IN-LAW ARE INCLUDED IN THE "OTHER RELATIVE"
    CATEGORY ON THE QUESTIONNAIRE.

    PARENT--THE FATHER OR MOTHER OF THE HOUSEHOLDER, INCLUDING A STEPPARENT
    OR ADOPTIVE PARENT. FATHERS-IN-LAW AND MOTHERS-IN-LAW ARE INCLUDED IN
    THE "OTHER RELATIVE" CATEGORY ON THE QUESTIONNAIRE.

    OTHER RELATIVES--ANYONE NOT LISTED IN A REPORTED CATEGORY ABOVE WHO IS
    RELATED TO THE HOUSEHOLDER BY BIRTH, MARRIAGE, OR ADOPTION (BROTHER-IN-
    LAW, GRANDPARENT, NEPHEW, AUNT, MOTHER-IN-LAW, DAUGHTER-IN-LAW, COUSIN,
    AND SO FORTH).

 NONRELATIVES--INCLUDES ANY HOUSEHOLD MEMBER, INCLUDING FOSTER CHILDREN NOT
 RELATED TO THE HOUSEHOLDER BY BIRTH, MARRIAGE, OR ADOPTION. THE FOLLOWING
 CATEGORIES MAY BE PRESENTED IN MORE DETAILED TABULATIONS:

    ROOMER, BOARDER, OR FOSTER CHILD--ROOMER, BOARDER, LODGER, AND FOSTER
    CHILDREN OR FOSTER ADULTS OF THE HOUSEHOLDER.

    HOUSEMATE OR ROOMMATE--A PERSON WHO IS NOT RELATED TO THE HOUSEHOLDER
    AND WHO SHARES LIVING QUARTERS PRIMARILY IN ORDER TO SHARE EXPENSES.

    UNMARRIED PARTNER--A PERSON WHO IS NOT RELATED TO THE HOUSEHOLDER, WHO
    SHARES LIVING QUARTERS, AND WHO HAS A CLOSE PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP WITH
    THE HOUSEHOLDER.

    OTHER NONRELATIVES--A PERSON WHO IS NOT RELATED BY BIRTH, MARRIAGE, OR
    ADOPTION TO THE HOUSEHOLDER AND WHO IS NOT DESCRIBED BY THE CATEGORIES
    GIVEN ABOVE.

 WHEN RELATIONSHIP IS NOT REPORTED FOR AN INDIVIDUAL, IT IS IMPUTED ACCORDING
 TO THE RESPONSES FOR AGE, SEX, AND MARITAL STATUS FOR THAT PERSON WHILE MAIN-
 TAINING CONSISTENCY WITH RESPONSES FOR OTHER INDIVIDUALS IN THE HOUSEHOLD.
 (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON IMPUTATION, SEE APPENDIX C, ACCURACY OF THE DATA.)

UNRELATED INDIVIDUAL

 UNRELATED INDIVIDUAL--AN UNRELATED INDIVIDUAL IS: (1) A HOUSEHOLDER LIVING
 ALONE OR WITH NONRELATIVES ONLY, (2) A HOUSEHOLD MEMBER WHO IS NOT RELATED
 TO THE HOUSEHOLDER, OR (3) A PERSON LIVING IN GROUP QUARTERS WHO IS NOT AN
 INMATE OF AN INSTITUTION.

FAMILY TYPE

 FAMILY TYPE--A FAMILY CONSISTS OF A HOUSEHOLDER AND ONE OR MORE OTHER PERSONS
 LIVING IN THE SAME HOUSEHOLD WHO ARE RELATED TO THE HOUSEHOLDER BY BIRTH,
 MARRIAGE, OR ADOPTION. ALL PERSONS IN A HOUSEHOLD WHO ARE RELATED TO THE
 HOUSEHOLDER ARE REGARDED AS MEMBERS OF HIS OR HER FAMILY. A HOUSEHOLD CAN
 CONTAIN ONLY ONE FAMILY FOR PURPOSES OF CENSUS TABULATIONS. NOT ALL HOUSEHOLDS
 CONTAIN FAMILIES SINCE A HOUSEHOLD MAY COMPRISE A GROUP OF UNRELATED PERSONS
 OR ONE PERSON LIVING ALONE.

 FAMILIES ARE CLASSIFIED BY TYPE AS EITHER A "MARRIED-COUPLE FAMILY" OR "OTHER
 FAMILY" ACCORDING TO THE SEX OF THE HOUSEHOLDER AND THE PRESENCE OF RELATIVES.
 THE DATA ON FAMILY TYPE ARE BASED ON ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON SEX AND RELATION-
 SHIP WHICH WERE ASKED ON A 100-PERCENT BASIS.

   MARRIED-COUPLE FAMILY--A FAMILY IN WHICH THE HOUSEHOLDER AND HIS OR HER
   SPOUSE ARE ENUMERATED AS MEMBERS OF THE SAME HOUSEHOLD.

   OTHER FAMILY:

   MALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO WIFE PRESENT--A FAMILY WITH A MALE HOUSEHOLDER AND
   NO SPOUSE OF HOUSEHOLDER PRESENT.

   FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER, NO HUSBAND PRESENT--A FAMILY WITH A FEMALE HOUSE-
   HOLDER AND NO SPOUSE OF HOUSEHOLDER PRESENT.

 PERSONS PER FAMILY--A MEASURE OBTAINED BY DIVIDING THE NUMBER OF PERSONS IN
 FAMILIES BY THE TOTAL NUMBER OF FAMILIES (OR FAMILY HOUSEHOLDERS). IN CASES
 WHERE THE MEASURE, "PERSONS IN FAMILY" OR "PERSONS PER FAMILY" ARE CROSS-
 TABULATED BY RACE OR HISPANIC ORIGIN, THE RACE OR HISPANIC ORIGIN REFERS TO
 THE HOUSEHOLDER RATHER THAN THE RACE OR HISPANIC ORIGIN OF EACH INDIVIDUAL.

SUBFAMILY

 SUBFAMILY--A SUBFAMILY IS A MARRIED COUPLE (HUSBAND AND WIFE ENUMERATED AS
 MEMBERS OF THE SAME HOUSEHOLD) WITH OR WITHOUT NEVER-MARRIED CHILDREN UNDER
 18 YEARS OLD, OR ONE PARENT WITH ONE OR MORE NEVER-MARRIED CHILDREN UNDER 18
 YEARS OLD, LIVING IN A HOUSEHOLD AND RELATED TO, BUT NOT INCLUDING, EITHER
 THE HOUSEHOLDER OR THE HOUSEHOLDER'S SPOUSE. THE NUMBER OF SUBFAMILIES IS NOT
 INCLUDED IN THE COUNT OF FAMILIES, SINCE SUBFAMILY MEMBERS ARE COUNTED AS PART
 OF THE HOUSEHOLDER'S FAMILY.

 SUBFAMILIES ARE DEFINED DURING PROCESSING OF SAMPLE DATA. IN SELECTED TABULA-
 TIONS, SUBFAMILIES ARE FURTHER CLASSIFIED BY TYPE:  MARRIED-COUPLE SUB-
 FAMILIES, WITH OR WITHOUT OWN CHILDREN; MOTHER-CHILD SUBFAMILIES; AND FATHER-
 CHILD SUBFAMILIES.

 LONE PARENTS INCLUDE PEOPLE MAINTAINING EITHER ONE-PARENT FAMILIES OR ONE-
 PARENT SUBFAMILIES. MARRIED COUPLES INCLUDE HUSBANDS AND WIVES IN BOTH
 MARRIED-COUPLE FAMILIES AND MARRIED-COUPLE SUBFAMILIES.

UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLD

 UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLD--AN UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLD IS A HOUSEHOLD
 OTHER THAN A "MARRIED-COUPLE HOUSEHOLD" THAT INCLUDES A HOUSEHOLDER AND AN
 "UNMARRIED PARTNER." AN "UNMARRIED PARTNER" CAN BE OF THE SAME SEX OR OF
 THE OPPOSITE SEX OF THE HOUSEHOLDER. AN "UNMARRIED PARTNER" IN AN "UNMARRIED-
 PARTNER HOUSEHOLD" IS AN ADULT WHO IS UNRELATED TO THE HOUSEHOLDER, BUT SHARES
 LIVING QUARTERS AND HAS A CLOSE PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP WITH THE HOUSEHOLDER.

UNMARRIED-COUPLE HOUSEHOLD

 UNMARRIED-COUPLE HOUSEHOLD--AN UNMARRIED-COUPLE HOUSEHOLD IS COMPOSED OF TWO
 UNRELATED ADULTS OF THE OPPOSITE SEX (ONE OF WHOM IS THE HOUSEHOLDER) WHO
 SHARE A HOUSING UNIT WITH OR WITHOUT THE PRESENCE OF CHILDREN UNDER 15 YEARS
 OLD.

FOSTER CHILDREN

 FOSTER CHILDREN--FOSTER CHILDREN ARE NONRELATIVES OF THE HOUSEHOLDER AND ARE
 INCLUDED IN THE CATEGORY, "ROOMER, BOARDER, OR FOSTER CHILD" ON THE QUESTION-
 NAIRE. FOSTER CHILDREN ARE IDENTIFIED AS PERSONS UNDER 18 YEARS OLD AND LIVING
 IN HOUSEHOLDS THAT HAVE NO NONRELATIVES 18 YEARS OLD AND OVER (WHO MIGHT BE
 PARENTS OF THE NONRELATIVES UNDER 18 YEARS OLD).

STEPFAMILY

 STEPFAMILY--A STEPFAMILY IS A "MARRIED-COUPLE FAMILY" WITH AT LEAST ONE STEP-
 CHILD OF THE HOUSEHOLDER PRESENT, WHERE THE HOUSEHOLDER IS THE HUSBAND.

 COMPARABILITY--THE 1990 DEFINITION OF A HOUSEHOLD IS THE SAME AS THAT USED
 IN 1980.  THE 1980 RELATIONSHIP CATEGORY "SON/DAUGHTER" HAS BEEN REPLACED
 BY TWO CATEGORIES, "NATURAL-BORN OR ADOPTED SON/DAUGHTER" AND "STEPSON/
 STEPDAUGHTER." "GRANDCHILD" HAS BEEN ADDED AS A SEPARATE CATEGORY. THE 1980
 NONRELATIVE CATEGORIES: "ROOMER, BOARDER" AND "PARTNER, ROOMMATE" HAVE BEEN
 REPLACED BY THE CATEGORIES "ROOMER, BOARDER, OR FOSTER CHILD," "HOUSEMATE,
 ROOMMATE," AND "UNMARRIED PARTNER." THE 1980 NONRELATIVE CATEGORY "PAID
 EMPLOYEE" HAS BEEN DROPPED.

INCOME IN 1989

 INCOME IN 1989--THE DATA ON INCOME IN 1989 WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS TO QUES-
 TIONNAIRE ITEMS 32 AND 33. INFORMATION ON MONEY INCOME RECEIVED IN THE
 CALENDAR YEAR 1989 WAS REQUESTED FROM PERSONS 15 YEARS OLD AND OVER. "TOTAL
 INCOME" IS THE ALGEBRAIC SUM OF THE AMOUNTS REPORTED SEPARATELY FOR WAGE OR
 SALARY INCOME; NET NONFARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME; NET FARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT
 INCOME; INTEREST, DIVIDEND, OR NET RENTAL OR ROYALTY INCOME; SOCIAL SECURITY
 OR RAILROAD RETIREMENT INCOME; PUBLIC ASSISTANCE OR WELFARE INCOME; RETIRE-
 MENT OR DISABILITY INCOME; AND ALL OTHER INCOME. "EARNINGS" IS DEFINED AS THE
 ALGEBRAIC SUM OF WAGE OR SALARY INCOME AND NET INCOME FROM FARM AND NONFARM
 SELF-EMPLOYMENT. "EARNINGS" REPRESENT THE AMOUNT OF INCOME RECEIVED REGULARLY
 BEFORE DEDUCTIONS FOR PERSONAL INCOME TAXES, SOCIAL SECURITY, BOND PURCHASES,
 UNION DUES, MEDICARE DEDUCTIONS, ETC.

 RECEIPTS FROM THE FOLLOWING SOURCES ARE NOT INCLUDED AS INCOME:  MONEY
 RECEIVED FROM THE SALE OF PROPERTY (UNLESS THE RECIPIENT WAS ENGAGED IN THE
 BUSINESS OF SELLING SUCH PROPERTY); THE VALUE OF INCOME "IN KIND" FROM FOOD
 STAMPS, PUBLIC HOUSING SUBSIDIES, MEDICAL CARE, EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS FOR
 PERSONS, ETC.; WITHDRAWAL OF BANK DEPOSITS; MONEY BORROWED; TAX REFUNDS;
 EXCHANGE OF MONEY BETWEEN RELATIVES LIVING IN THE SAME HOUSEHOLD; GIFTS AND
 LUMP-SUM INHERITANCES, INSURANCE PAYMENTS, AND OTHER TYPES OF LUMP-SUM
 RECEIPTS.

INCOME TYPE IN 1989

 INCOME TYPE IN 1989--THE EIGHT TYPES OF INCOME REPORTED IN THE CENSUS ARE
 DEFINED AS FOLLOWS:

   WAGE OR SALARY INCOME--INCLUDES TOTAL MONEY EARNINGS RECEIVED FOR WORK
   PERFORMED AS AN EMPLOYEE DURING THE CALENDAR YEAR 1989. IT INCLUDES
   WAGES, SALARY, ARMED FORCES PAY, COMMISSIONS, TIPS, PIECE-RATE PAYMENTS,
   AND CASH BONUSES EARNED BEFORE DEDUCTIONS WERE MADE FOR TAXES, BONDS,
   PENSIONS, UNION DUES, ETC.

   NONFARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME--INCLUDES NET MONEY INCOME (GROSS RECEIPTS
   MINUS EXPENSES) FROM ONE'S OWN BUSINESS, PROFESSIONAL ENTERPRISE, OR
   PARTNERSHIP. GROSS RECEIPTS INCLUDE THE VALUE OF ALL GOODS SOLD AND
   SERVICES RENDERED. EXPENSES INCLUDES COSTS OF GOODS PURCHASED, RENT, HEAT,
   LIGHT, POWER, DEPRECIATION CHARGES, WAGES AND SALARIES PAID, BUSINESS
   TAXES (NOT PERSONAL INCOME TAXES), ETC.

   FARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME--INCLUDES NET MONEY INCOME (GROSS RECEIPTS
   MINUS OPERATING EXPENSES) FROM THE OPERATION OF A FARM BY A PERSON ON
   HIS OR HER OWN ACCOUNT, AS AN OWNER, RENTER, OR SHARECROPPER.  GROSS
   RECEIPTS INCLUDE THE VALUE OF ALL PRODUCTS SOLD, GOVERNMENT FARM
   PROGRAMS, MONEY RECEIVED FROM THE RENTAL OF FARM EQUIPMENT TO OTHERS,
   AND INCIDENTAL RECEIPTS FROM THE SALE OF WOOD, SAND, GRAVEL, ETC.
   OPERATING EXPENSES INCLUDE COST OF FEED, FERTILIZER, SEED, AND OTHER
   FARMING SUPPLIES, CASH WAGES PAID TO FARMHANDS, DEPRECIATION CHARGES,
   CASH RENT, INTEREST ON FARM MORTGAGES, FARM BUILDING REPAIRS, FARM TAXES
   (NOT STATE AND FEDERAL PERSONAL INCOME TAXES), ETC. THE VALUE OF FUEL,
   FOOD, OR OTHER FARM PRODUCTS USED FOR FAMILY LIVING IS NOT INCLUDED AS
   PART OF NET INCOME.

   INTEREST, DIVIDEND, OR NET RENTAL INCOME--INCLUDES INTEREST ON SAVINGS
   OR BONDS, DIVIDENDS FROM STOCKHOLDINGS OR MEMBERSHIP IN ASSOCIATIONS,
   NET INCOME FROM RENTAL OF PROPERTY TO OTHERS AND RECEIPTS FROM BOARDERS
   OR LODGERS, NET ROYALTIES, AND PERIODIC PAYMENTS FROM AN ESTATE OR TRUST
   FUND.

   SOCIAL SECURITY INCOME--INCLUDES SOCIAL SECURITY PENSIONS AND SURVIVORS
   BENEFITS AND PERMANENT DISABILITY INSURANCE PAYMENTS MADE BY THE SOCIAL
   SECURITY ADMINISTRATION PRIOR TO DEDUCTIONS FOR MEDICAL INSURANCE, AND
   RAILROAD RETIREMENT INSURANCE CHECKS FROM THE U.S. GOVERNMENT.  MEDICARE
   REIMBURSEMENTS ARE NOT INCLUDED.

   PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME--INCLUDES: (1) SUPPLEMENTARY SECURITY INCOME
   PAYMENTS MADE BY FEDERAL OR STATE WELFARE AGENCIES TO LOW INCOME PERSONS
   WHO ARE AGED (65 YEARS OLD OR OVER), BLIND, OR DISABLED; (2) AID TO
   FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN, AND (3) GENERAL ASSISTANCE.  SEPARATE
   PAYMENTS RECEIVED FOR HOSPITAL OR OTHER MEDICAL CARE (VENDOR PAYMENTS)
   ARE EXCLUDED FROM THIS ITEM.

   RETIREMENT OR DISABILITY INCOME--INCLUDES: (1) RETIREMENT PENSIONS AND
   SURVIVOR BENEFITS FROM A FORMER EMPLOYER, LABOR UNION, OR FEDERAL,
   STATE, COUNTY, OR OTHER GOVERNMENTAL AGENCY; (2) DISABILITY INCOME FROM
   SOURCES SUCH AS WORKER'S COMPENSATION; COMPANIES OR UNIONS; FEDERAL,
   STATE, OR LOCAL GOVERNMENT; AND THE U.S. MILITARY; (3) PERIODIC RECEIPTS
   FROM ANNUITIES AND INSURANCE; AND (4) REGULAR INCOME FROM IRA AND KEOGH
   PLANS.

   ALL OTHER INCOME--INCLUDES UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION, VETERANS
   ADMINISTRATION (VA) PAYMENTS, ALIMONY AND CHILD SUPPORT, CONTRIBUTIONS
   RECEIVED PERIODICALLY FROM PERSONS NOT LIVING IN THE HOUSEHOLD,
   MILITARY FAMILY ALLOTMENTS, NET GAMBLING WINNINGS, AND OTHER KINDS OF
   PERIODIC INCOME OTHER THAN EARNINGS.

 INCOME OF HOUSEHOLDS--INCLUDES THE INCOME OF THE HOUSEHOLDER AND ALL OTHER
 PERSONS 15 YEARS OLD AND OVER IN THE HOUSEHOLD, WHETHER RELATED TO THE HOUSE-
 HOLDER OR NOT. BECAUSE MANY HOUSEHOLDS CONSIST OF ONLY ONE PERSON, AVERAGE
 HOUSEHOLD INCOME IS USUALLY LESS THAN AVERAGE FAMILY INCOME.

 INCOME OF FAMILIES AND PERSONS--IN COMPILING STATISTICS ON FAMILY INCOME, THE
 INCOMES OF ALL MEMBERS 15 YEARS OLD AND OVER IN EACH FAMILY ARE SUMMED AND
 TREATED AS A SINGLE AMOUNT. HOWEVER, FOR PERSONS 15 YEARS OLD AND OVER, THE
 TOTAL AMOUNTS OF THEIR OWN INCOMES ARE USED. ALTHOUGH THE INCOME STATISTICS
 COVERED THE CALENDAR YEAR 1989, THE CHARACTERISTICS OF PERSONS AND THE COMPO-
 SITION OF FAMILIES REFER TO THE TIME OF ENUMERATION (APRIL 1990).  THUS, THE
 INCOME OF THE FAMILY DOES NOT INCLUDE AMOUNTS RECEIVED BY PERSONS WHO WERE
 MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY DURING ALL OR PART OF THE CALENDAR YEAR 1989 IF THESE
 PERSONS NO LONGER RESIDED WITH THE FAMILY AT THE TIME OF ENUMERATION. YET,
 FAMILY INCOME AMOUNTS REPORTED BY RELATED PERSONS WHO DID NOT RESIDE WITH THE
 FAMILY DURING 1989 BUT WHO WERE MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY AT THE TIME OF ENUMERA-
 TION ARE INCLUDED. HOWEVER, THE COMPOSITION OF MOST FAMILIES WAS THE SAME
 DURING 1989 AS IN APRIL 1990.

 MEDIAN INCOME--THE MEDIAN DIVIDES THE INCOME DISTRIBUTION INTO TWO EQUAL
 PARTS, ONE HAVING INCOMES ABOVE THE MEDIAN AND THE OTHER HAVING INCOME BELOW
 THE MEDIAN. FOR HOUSEHOLDS AND FAMILIES, THE MEDIAN INCOME IS BASED ON THE
 DISTRIBUTION OF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS INCLUDING THOSE WITH NO INCOME. THE
 MEDIAN FOR PERSONS IS BASED ON PERSONS WITH INCOME. THE MEDIAN INCOME VALUES
 FOR ALL HOUSEHOLDS, FAMILIES, AND PERSONS ARE COMPUTED ON THE BASIS OF MORE
 DETAILED INCOME INTERVALS THAN SHOWN IN MOST TABULATIONS. MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD OR
 FAMILY INCOME FIGURES OF $50,000 OR LESS ARE CALCULATED USING LINEAR INTERPO-
 LATION. FOR PERSONS, CORRESPONDING MEDIAN VALUES OF $40,000 OR LESS ARE ALSO
 COMPUTED USING LINEAR INTERPOLATION. ALL OTHER MEDIAN INCOME AMOUNTS ARE DE-
 RIVED THROUGH PARETO INTERPOLATION. (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON MEDIANS AND
 INTERPOLATION, SEE THE DISCUSSION UNDER "DERIVED MEASURES.")

 MEAN INCOME--THIS IS THE AMOUNT OBTAINED BY DIVIDING THE TOTAL INCOME OF A
 PARTICULAR STATISTICAL UNIVERSE BY THE NUMBER OF UNITS IN THAT UNIVERSE. THUS,
 MEAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME IS OBTAINED BY DIVIDING TOTAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME BY THE
 TOTAL NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS. FOR THE VARIOUS TYPES OF INCOME THE MEANS ARE
 BASED ON HOUSEHOLDS HAVING THOSE TYPES OF INCOME. "PER CAPITA INCOME" IS THE
 MEAN INCOME COMPUTED FOR EVERY MAN, WOMAN, AND CHILD IN A PARTICULAR GROUP. IT
 IS DERIVED BY DIVIDING THE TOTAL INCOME OF A PARTICULAR GROUP BY THE TOTAL
 POPULATION IN THAT GROUP.

 CARE SHOULD BE EXERCISED IN USING AND INTERPRETING MEAN INCOME VALUES FOR
 SMALL SUBGROUPS OF THE POPULATION. BECAUSE THE MEAN IS INFLUENCED STRONGLY BY
 EXTREME VALUES IN THE DISTRIBUTION, IT IS ESPECIALLY SUSCEPTIBLE TO THE
 EFFECTS OF SAMPLING VARIABILITY, MISREPORTING, AND PROCESSING ERRORS. THE
 MEDIAN, WHICH IS NOT AFFECTED BY EXTREME VALUES, IS, THEREFORE, A BETTER
 MEASURE THAN THE MEAN WHEN THE POPULATION BASE IS SMALL. THE MEAN, NEVER-
 THELESS, IS SHOWN IN SOME DATA PRODUCTS FOR MOST SMALL SUBGROUPS BECAUSE,
 WHEN WEIGHTED ACCORDING TO THE NUMBER OF CASES, THE MEANS CAN BE ADDED TO
 OBTAINED SUMMARY MEASURES FOR AREAS AND GROUPS OTHER THAN THOSE SHOWN IN
 CENSUS TABULATIONS.

 LIMITATION OF THE DATA--SINCE QUESTIONNAIRE ENTRIES FOR INCOME FREQUENTLY ARE
 BASED ON MEMORY AND NOT ON RECORDS, MANY PERSONS TENDED TO FORGET MINOR OR
 IRREGULAR SOURCES OF INCOME AND, THEREFORE, UNDERREPORT THEIR INCOME.  UNDER-
 REPORTING TENDS TO BE MORE PRONOUNCED FOR INCOME SOURCES THAT ARE NOT DERIVED
 FROM EARNINGS, SUCH AS SOCIAL SECURITY, PUBLIC ASSISTANCE, OR FROM INTEREST,
 DIVIDENDS, AND NET RENTAL INCOME.

 THERE ARE ERRORS OF REPORTING DUE TO THE MISUNDERSTANDING OF THE INCOME QUES-
 TIONS SUCH AS REPORTING GROSS RATHER THAN NET DOLLAR AMOUNTS FOR THE TWO QUES-
 TIONS ON NET SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME, WHICH RESULTED IN AN OVERSTATEMENT OF
 THESE ITEMS. ANOTHER COMMON ERROR IS THE REPORTING OF IDENTICAL DOLLAR AMOUNTS
 IN TWO OF THE EIGHT TYPE OF INCOME ITEMS WHERE A RESPONDENT WITH ONLY ONE
 SOURCE OF INCOME ASSUMED THAT THE SECOND AMOUNT SHOULD BE ENTERED TO REPRESENT
 TOTAL INCOME. SUCH INSTANCES OF OVERREPORTING HAD AN IMPACT ON THE LEVEL OF
 MEAN NONFARM OR FARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME AND MEAN TOTAL INCOME PUBLISHED
 FOR THE VARIOUS GEOGRAPHICAL SUBDIVISIONS OF THE STATE.

 EXTENSIVE COMPUTER EDITING PROCEDURES WERE INSTITUTED IN THE DATA PROCESSING
 OPERATION TO REDUCE SOME OF THESE REPORTING ERRORS AND TO IMPROVE THE ACCURACY
 OF THE INCOME DATA. THESE PROCEDURES CORRECTED VARIOUS REPORTING DEFICIENCIES
 AND IMPROVED THE CONSISTENCY OF REPORTED INCOME ITEMS ASSOCIATED WITH WORK EX-
 PERIENCE AND INFORMATION ON OCCUPATION AND CLASS OF WORKER. FOR EXAMPLE, IF
 PERSONS REPORTED THEY WERE SELF-EMPLOYED ON THEIR OWN FARM, NOT INCORPORATED,
 BUT HAD REPORTED WAGE AND SALARY EARNINGS ONLY, THE LATTER AMOUNT WAS SHIFTED
 TO NET FARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME. ALSO, IF ANY RESPONDENT REPORTED TOTAL
 INCOME ONLY, THE AMOUNT WAS GENERALLY ASSIGNED TO ONE OF THE TYPE OF INCOME
 ITEMS ACCORDING TO RESPONSES TO THE WORK EXPERIENCE AND CLASS-OF-WORKER QUES-
 TIONS. ANOTHER TYPE OF PROBLEM INVOLVED NONREPORTING OF INCOME DATA. WHERE
 INCOME INFORMATION WAS NOT REPORTED, PROCEDURES WERE DEVISED TO IMPUTE APPRO-
 PRIATE VALUES WITH EITHER NO INCOME OR POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE DOLLAR AMOUNTS FOR
 THE MISSING ENTRIES. (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON IMPUTATION, SEE APPENDIX C,
 ACCURACY OF THE DATA.)

 IN INCOME TABULATIONS FOR HOUSEHOLDS AND FAMILIES, THE LOWEST INCOME GROUP
 (E.G., LESS THAN $5,000) INCLUDES UNITS THAT WERE CLASSIFIED AS HAVING NO
 1989 INCOME. MANY OF THESE WERE LIVING ON INCOME "IN KIND," SAVINGS, OR GIFTS,
 WERE NEWLY CREATED FAMILIES, OR FAMILIES IN WHICH THE SOLE BREADWINNER HAD
 RECENTLY DIED OR LEFT THE HOUSEHOLD.  HOWEVER, MANY OF THE HOUSEHOLDS AND
 FAMILIES WHO REPORTED NO INCOME PROBABLY HAD SOME MONEY INCOME WHICH WAS NOT
 RECORDED IN THE CENSUS.

 THE INCOME DATA PRESENTED IN THE TABULATIONS COVERS MONEY INCOME ONLY. THE
 FACT THAT MANY FARM FAMILIES RECEIVE AN IMPORTANT PART OF THEIR INCOME IN THE
 FORM OF "FREE" HOUSING AND GOODS PRODUCED AND CONSUMED ON THE FARM RATHER THAN
 IN MONEY SHOULD BE TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION IN COMPARING THE INCOME OF FARM
 AND NONFARM RESIDENTS.  NONMONEY INCOME SUCH AS BUSINESS EXPENSE ACCOUNTS, USE
 OF BUSINESS TRANSPORTATION AND FACILITIES, OR PARTIAL COMPENSATION BY BUSINESS
 FOR MEDICAL AND EDUCATIONAL EXPENSES WAS ALSO RECEIVED BY SOME NONFARM
 RESIDENTS. MANY LOW INCOME FAMILIES ALSO RECEIVE INCOME "IN KIND" FROM PUBLIC
 WELFARE PROGRAMS. IN COMPARING INCOME DATA FOR 1989 WITH EARLIER YEARS, IT
 SHOULD BE NOTED THAT AN INCREASE OR DECREASE IN MONEY INCOME DOES NOT
 NECESSARILY REPRESENT A COMPARABLE CHANGE IN REAL INCOME, UNLESS ADJUSTMENTS
 FOR CHANGES IN PRICES ARE MADE.

 COMPARABILITY--THE INCOME DATA COLLECTED IN THE 1980 AND 1970 CENSUSES ARE
 SIMILAR TO THE 1990 CENSUS DATA, BUT THERE ARE VARIATIONS IN THE DETAIL OF THE
 QUESTIONS. IN 1980, INCOME INFORMATION FOR 1979 WAS COLLECTED FROM PERSONS IN
 APPROXIMATELY 19 PERCENT OF ALL HOUSING UNITS AND GROUP QUARTERS. EACH PERSON
 WAS REQUIRED TO REPORT:

     WAGE OR SALARY INCOME
     NET NONFARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME
     NET FARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME
     INTEREST, DIVIDEND, OR NET RENTAL OR ROYALTY INCOME
     SOCIAL SECURITY INCOME
     PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME
     INCOME FROM ALL OTHER SOURCES

 BETWEEN THE 1980 AND 1990 CENSUSES, THERE WERE MINOR DIFFERENCES IN THE PRO-
 CESSING OF THE DATA. IN BOTH CENSUSES, ALL PERSONS WITH MISSING VALUES IN ONE
 OR MORE OF THE DETAILED TYPE OF INCOME ITEMS AND TOTAL INCOME WERE DESIGNATED
 AS ALLOCATED. EACH MISSING ENTRY WAS IMPUTED EITHER AS A "NO" OR AS A DOLLAR
 AMOUNT. IF TOTAL INCOME WAS REPORTED AND ONE OR MORE OF THE TYPE OF INCOME
 FIELDS WAS NOT ANSWERED, THEN THE ENTRY IN TOTAL INCOME GENERALLY WAS ASSIGNED
 TO ONE OF THE INCOME TYPES ACCORDING TO THE SOCIOECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF
 THE INCOME RECIPIENT. THIS PERSON WAS DESIGNATED AS UNALLOCATED.

 IN 1980 AND 1990, ALL NONRESPONDENTS WITH INCOME NOT REPORTED (WHETHER HEADS
 OF HOUSEHOLDS OR OTHER PERSONS) WERE ASSIGNED THE REPORTED INCOME OF PERSONS
 WITH SIMILAR CHARACTERISTICS. (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON IMPUTATION, SEE
 APPENDIX C, "ACCURACY OF THE DATA.")

 THERE WAS A DIFFERENCE IN THE METHOD OF COMPUTER DERIVATION OF AGGREGATE
 INCOME FROM INDIVIDUAL AMOUNTS BETWEEN THE TWO CENSUS PROCESSING OPERATIONS.
 IN THE 1980 CENSUS, INCOME AMOUNTS LESS THAN $100,000 WERE CODED IN TENS OF
 DOLLARS, AND AMOUNTS OF $100,000 OR MORE WERE CODED IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS;
 $5 WAS ADDED TO EACH AMOUNT CODED IN TENS OF DOLLARS AND $500 TO EACH AMOUNT
 CODED IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS. ENTRIES OF $999,000 OR MORE WERE TREATED AS
 $999,500 AND LOSSES OF $9,999 OR MORE WERE TREATED AS MINUS $9,999. IN THE
 1990 CENSUS, INCOME AMOUNTS LESS THAN $999,999 WERE KEYED IN DOLLARS.  AMOUNTS
 OF $999,999 OR MORE WERE TREATED AS $999,999 AND LOSSES OF $9,999 OR MORE WERE
 TREATED AS MINUS $9,999 IN ALL OF THE COMPUTER DERIVATIONS OF AGGREGATE
 INCOME.

 IN 1970, INFORMATION ON INCOME IN 1969 WAS OBTAINED FROM ALL MEMBERS IN EVERY
 FIFTH HOUSING UNIT AND SMALL GROUP QUARTERS (LESS THAN 15 PERSONS) AND EVERY
 FIFTH PERSON IN ALL OTHER GROUP QUARTERS. EACH PERSON WAS REQUIRED TO REPORT:

     WAGE OR SALARY INCOME
     NET NONFARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME
     NET FARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME
     SOCIAL SECURITY OR RAILROAD RETIREMENT
     PUBLIC ASSISTANCE OR WELFARE PAYMENTS
     INCOME FROM ALL OTHER SOURCES

 IF A PERSON REPORTED A DOLLAR AMOUNT IN WAGE OR SALARY, NET NONFARM SELF-
 EMPLOYMENT INCOME, OR NET FARM SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME, THE PERSON WAS
 CONSIDERED AS UNALLOCATED ONLY IF NO FURTHER DOLLAR AMOUNTS WERE IMPUTED FOR
 ANY ADDITIONAL MISSING ENTRIES.

 IN 1960, DATA ON INCOME WERE OBTAINED FROM ALL MEMBERS IN EVERY FOURTH
 HOUSING UNIT AND FROM EVERY FOURTH PERSON 14 YEARS OLD AND OVER LIVING IN
 GROUP QUARTERS. EACH PERSON WAS REQUIRED TO REPORT WAGE ORSALARY INCOME, NET
 SELF-EMPLOYMENT INCOME, AND INCOME OTHER THAN EARNINGS RECEIVED IN 1959. AN
 ASSUMPTION WAS MADE IN THE EDITING PROCESS THAT NO OTHER TYPE OF INCOME WAS
 RECEIVED BY A PERSON WHO REPORTED THE RECEIPT OF EITHER WAGE AND SALARY
 INCOME OR SELF-EMPLOYMENT BUT WHO HAD FAILED TO REPORT THE RECEIPT OF OTHER
 MONEY INCOME.

 FOR SEVERAL REASONS, THE INCOME DATA SHOWN IN CENSUS TABULATIONS ARE NOT
 DIRECTLY COMPARABLE WITH THOSE THAT MAY BE OBTAINED FROM STATISTICAL SUMMARIES
 OF INCOME TAX RETURNS. INCOME, AS DEFINED FOR FEDERAL TAX PURPOSES, DIFFERS
 SOMEWHAT FROM THE CENSUS BUREAU CONCEPT.  MOREOVER, THE COVERAGE OF INCOME TAX
 STATISTICS IS DIFFERENT BECAUSE OF THE EXEMPTIONS OF PERSONS HAVING SMALL
 AMOUNTS OF INCOME AND THE INCLUSION OF NET CAPITAL GAINS IN TAX RETURNS.
 FURTHERMORE, MEMBERS OF SOME FAMILIES FILE SEPARATE RETURNS AND OTHERS FILE
 JOINT RETURNS; CONSEQUENTLY, THE INCOME REPORTING UNIT IS NOT CONSISTENTLY
 EITHER A FAMILY OR A PERSON.

 THE EARNINGS DATA SHOWN IN CENSUS TABULATIONS ARE NOT DIRECTLY COMPARABLE WITH
 EARNINGS RECORDS OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION.  THE EARNINGS RECORD
 DATA FOR 1989 EXCLUDED THE EARNINGS OF MOST CIVILIAN GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES,
 SOME EMPLOYEES OF NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS, WORKERS COVERED BY THE RAILROAD
 RETIREMENT ACT, AND PERSONS NOT COVERED BY THE PROGRAM BECAUSE OF INSUFFICIENT
 EARNINGS.  FURTHERMORE, EARNINGS RECEIVED FROM ANY ONE EMPLOYER IN EXCESS OF
 $48,000 IN 1989 ARE NOT COVERED BY EARNINGS RECORDS. FINALLY, BECAUSE CENSUS
 DATA ARE OBTAINED FROM HOUSEHOLD QUESTIONNAIRES, THEY MAY DIFFER FROM SOCIAL
 SECURITY ADMINISTRATION EARNINGS RECORD DATA, WHICH ARE BASED UPON EMPLOYERS'
 REPORTS AND THE FEDERAL INCOME TAX RETURNS OF SELF-EMPLOYED PERSONS.

 THE BUREAU OF ECONOMIC ANALYSIS (BEA) OF THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE PUBLISHES
 ANNUAL DATA ON AGGREGATE AND PER-CAPITA PERSONAL INCOME RECEIVED BY THE POPU-
 LATION FOR STATES, METROPOLITAN AREAS, AND SELECTED COUNTIES. AGGREGATE INCOME
 ESTIMATES BASED ON THE INCOME STATISTICS SHOWN IN CENSUS PRODUCTS USUALLY
 WOULD BE LESS THAN THOSE SHOWN IN THE BEA INCOME SERIES FOR SEVERAL REASONS.
 THE CENSUS BUREAU DATA ARE OBTAINED DIRECTLY FROM HOUSEHOLDS, WHEREAS THE BEA
 INCOME SERIES IS ESTIMATED LARGELY ON THE BASIS OF DATA FROM ADMINISTRATIVE
 RECORDS OF BUSINESS AND GOVERNMENTAL SOURCES. MOREOVER, THE DEFINITIONS OF
 INCOME ARE DIFFERENT. THE BEA INCOME SERIES INCLUDES SOME ITEMS NOT INCLUDED
 IN THE INCOME DATA SHOWN IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS, SUCH AS INCOME "IN KIND,"
 INCOME RECEIVED BY NONPROFIT INSTITUTIONS, THE VALUE OF SERVICES OF BANKS AND
 OTHER FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES RENDERED TO PERSONS WITHOUT THE ASSESSMENT OF
 SPECIFIC CHARGES, MEDICARE PAYMENTS, AND THE INCOME OF PERSONS WHO DIED OR
 EMIGRATED PRIOR TO APRIL 1, 1990.  ON THE OTHER HAND, THE CENSUS INCOME DATA
 INCLUDE CONTRIBUTIONS FOR SUPPORT RECEIVED FROM PERSONS NOT RESIDING IN THE
 SAME HOUSEHOLD AND EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS FOR SOCIAL INSURANCE.

INDUSTRY, OCCUPATION, & CLASS OF WORKER

 INDUSTRY, OCCUPATION, AND CLASS OF WORKER--THE DATA ON INDUSTRY, OCCUPATION,
 AND CLASS OF WORKER WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS TO QUESTIONNAIRE ITEMS 28, 29,
 AND 30 RESPECTIVELY. THESE QUESTIONS WERE ASKED OF A SAMPLE OF PERSONS. INFOR-
 MATION ON INDUSTRY RELATES TO THE KIND OF BUSINESS CONDUCTED BY A PERSON'S
 EMPLOYING ORGANIZATION; OCCUPATION DESCRIBES THE KIND OF WORK THE PERSON DOES
 ON THE JOB.

 FOR EMPLOYED PERSONS, THE DATA REFER TO THE PERSON'S JOB DURING THE REFERENCE
 WEEK. FOR THOSE WHO WORKED AT TWO OR MORE JOBS, THE DATA REFER TO THE JOB AT
 WHICH THE PERSON WORKED THE GREATEST NUMBER OF HOURS. FOR UNEMPLOYED PERSONS,
 THE DATA REFER TO THEIR LAST JOB.  THE INDUSTRY AND OCCUPATION STATISTICS ARE
 DERIVED FROM THE DETAILED CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPED FOR THE 1990 CENSUS
 AS DESCRIBED BELOW. THE CLASSIFIED INDEX OF INDUSTRIES AND OCCUPATIONS PRO-
 VIDED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON THE INDUSTRY AND OCCUPATION CLASSIFICATION
 SYSTEMS.

 RESPONDENTS PROVIDED THE DATA FOR THE TABULATIONS BY WRITING ON THE QUESTION-
 NAIRES DESCRIPTIONS OF THEIR INDUSTRY AND OCCUPATION.  THESE DESCRIPTIONS WERE
 KEYED AND PASSED THROUGH AUTOMATED CODING SOFTWARE WHICH ASSIGNED A PORTION OF
 THE WRITTEN ENTRIES TO CATEGORIES IN THE CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM. THE AUTOMATED
 SYSTEM ASSIGNED CODES TO 59 PERCENT OF THE INDUSTRY ENTRIES AND 38 PERCENT OF
 THE OCCUPATION ENTRIES.

 THOSE CASES NOT CODED BY THE COMPUTER WERE REFERRED TO CLERICAL STAFF IN THE
 CENSUS BUREAU'S KANSAS CITY PROCESSING OFFICE FOR CODING.  THE CLERICAL STAFF
 CONVERTED THE WRITTEN QUESTIONNAIRE DESCRIPTIONS TO CODES BY COMPARING THESE
 DESCRIPTIONS TO ENTRIES IN THE ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF INDUSTRIES AND OCCUPA-
 TIONS. FOR THE INDUSTRY CODE, THESE CODERS ALSO REFERRED TO AN EMPLOYER NAME
 LIST (FORMERLY CALLED COMPANY NAME LIST). THIS LIST, PREPARED FROM THE STAN-
 DARD STATISTICAL ESTABLISHMENT LIST DEVELOPED BY THE CENSUS BUREAU FOR THE
 ECONOMIC CENSUSES AND SURVEYS, CONTAINED THE NAMES OF BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS
 AND THEIR STANDARD INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION (SIC) CODES CONVERTED TO POPULA-
 TION CENSUS EQUIVALENTS. THIS LIST FACILITATED CODING AND MAINTAINED INDUS-
 TRIAL CLASSIFICATION COMPARABILITY.

INDUSTRY

 INDUSTRY--THE INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM DEVELOPED FOR THE 1990 CENSUS
 CONSISTS OF 235 CATEGORIES FOR EMPLOYED PERSONS, CLASSIFIED INTO 13 MAJOR
 INDUSTRY GROUPS. SINCE 1940, THE INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION HAS BEEN BASED ON
 THE STANDARD INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION MANUAL (SIC). THE 1990 CENSUS CLASSI-
 FICATION WAS DEVELOPED FROM THE 1987 SIC PUBLISHED BY THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT
 AND BUDGET EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT.

 THE SIC WAS DESIGNED PRIMARILY TO CLASSIFY ESTABLISHMENTS BY THE TYPE OF
 INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITY IN WHICH THEY WERE ENGAGED. HOWEVER, CENSUS DATA, WHICH
 WERE COLLECTED FROM HOUSEHOLDS, DIFFER IN DETAIL AND NATURE FROM THOSE
 OBTAINED FROM ESTABLISHMENT SURVEYS. THEREFORE, THE CENSUS CLASSIFICATION
 SYSTEMS, WHILE DEFINED IN SIC TERMS, CANNOT REFLECT THE FULL DETAIL IN ALL
 CATEGORIES. THERE ARE SEVERAL LEVELS OF INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION FOUND IN
 CENSUS PRODUCTS. FOR EXAMPLE, THE 1990 CP-2, SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTE-
 RISTICS REPORT INCLUDES 41 UNIQUE INDUSTRIAL CATEGORIES, WHILE THE 1990
 SUMMARY TAPE FILE 4 (STF 4) PRESENTS 72 CATEGORIES.

OCCUPATION

 OCCUPATION--THE OCCUPATIONAL CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM DEVELOPED FOR THE 1990
 CENSUS CONSISTS OF 500 SPECIFIC OCCUPATIONAL CATEGORIES FOR EMPLOYED PERSONS
 ARRANGED INTO 6 SUMMARY AND 13 MAJOR OCCUPATIONAL GROUPS. THIS CLASSIFICATION
 WAS DEVELOPED TO BE CONSISTENT WITH THE STANDARD OCCUPATIONAL CLASSIFICATION
 (SOC) MANUAL: 1980, PUBLISHED BY THE OFFICE OF FEDERAL STATISTICAL POLICY AND
 STANDARDS, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE. TABULATIONS WITH OCCUPATION AS THE
 PRIMARY CHARACTERISTIC PRESENT SEVERAL LEVELS OF OCCUPATIONAL DETAIL. THE MOST
 DETAILED TABULATIONS ARE SHOWN IN A SPECIAL 1990 SUBJECT REPORT AND TAPE FILES
 ON OCCUPATION. THESE PRODUCTS CONTAIN ALL 500 OCCUPATIONAL CATEGORIES PLUS
 INDUSTRY OR CLASS OF WORKER SUBGROUPINGS OF OCCUPATIONAL CATEGORIES.

 SOME OCCUPATION GROUPS ARE RELATED CLOSELY TO CERTAIN INDUSTRIES.  OPERATORS
 OF TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT, FARM OPERATORS AND WORKERS, AND PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD
 WORKERS ACCOUNT FOR MAJOR PORTIONS OF THEIR RESPECTIVE INDUSTRIES OF TRANSPOR-
 TATION, AGRICULTURE, AND PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS. HOWEVER, THE INDUSTRY CATEGORIES
 INCLUDE PERSONS IN OTHER OCCUPATIONS. FOR EXAMPLE, PERSONS EMPLOYED IN AGRI-
 CULTURE INCLUDE TRUCK DRIVERS AND BOOKKEEPERS; PERSONS EMPLOYED IN THE TRANS-
 PORTATION INDUSTRY INCLUDE MECHANICS, FREIGHT HANDLERS, AND PAYROLL CLERKS;
 AND PERSONS EMPLOYED IN THE PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD INDUSTRY INCLUDE OCCUPATIONS
 SUCH AS CHAUFFEUR, GARDENER, AND SECRETARY.

CLASS OF WORKER

 CLASS OF WORKER--THE DATA ON CLASS OF WORKER WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS TO
 QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM 30. THE INFORMATION ON CLASS OF WORKER REFERS TO THE SAME
 JOB AS A RESPONDENT'S INDUSTRY AND OCCUPATION AND CATEGORIZES PERSONS ACCORD-
 ING TO THE TYPE OF OWNERSHIP OF THE EMPLOYING ORGANIZATION. THE CLASS OF
 WORKER CATEGORIES ARE DEFINED AS FOLLOWS:

 PRIVATE WAGE AND SALARY WORKERS--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO WORKED FOR WAGES,
 SALARY, COMMISSION, TIPS, PAY-IN-KIND, OR PIECE RATES FOR A PRIVATE FOR
 PROFIT EMPLOYER OR A PRIVATE NOT-FOR-PROFIT, TAX-EXEMPT OR CHARITABLE
 ORGANIZATION. SELF-EMPLOYED PERSONS WHOSE BUSINESS WAS INCORPORATED ARE
 INCLUDED WITH PRIVATE WAGE AND SALARY WORKERS BECAUSE THEY ARE PAID
 EMPLOYEES OF THEIR OWN COMPANIES. SOME TABULATIONS PRESENT DATA SEPARATELY
 FOR THESE SUBCATEGORIES: "FOR PROFIT," "NOT FOR PROFIT," AND "OWN BUSINESS
 INCORPORATED."

 EMPLOYEES OF FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS, THE UNITED NATIONS, OR OTHER FORMAL
 INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS WERE CLASSIFIED AS "PRIVATE-NOT-FOR-PROFIT."

 GOVERNMENT WORKERS--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO WERE EMPLOYEES OF ANY LOCAL,
 STATE, OR FEDERAL GOVERNMENTAL UNIT, REGARDLESS OF THE ACTIVITY OF THE
 PARTICULAR AGENCY. FOR SOME TABULATIONS, THE DATA WERE PRESENTED
 SEPARATELY FOR THE THREE LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT.

 SELF-EMPLOYED WORKERS--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO WORKED FOR PROFIT OR FEES IN
 THEIR OWN UNINCORPORATED BUSINESS, PROFESSION, OR TRADE, OR WHO OPERATED
 A FARM.

 UNPAID FAMILY WORKERS--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO WORKED 15 HOURS OR MORE
 WITHOUT PAY IN A BUSINESS OR ON A FARM OPERATED BY A RELATIVE.

 SALARIED/SELF-EMPLOYED--IN TABULATIONS THAT CATEGORIZE PERSONS AS EITHER
 SALARIED OR SELF-EMPLOYED, THE SALARIED CATEGORY INCLUDES PRIVATE AND
 GOVERNMENT WAGE AND SALARY WORKERS; SELF-EMPLOYED INCLUDES SELF-EMPLOYED
 PERSONS AND UNPAID FAMILY WORKERS.

 THE INDUSTRY CATEGORY, "PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION," IS LIMITED TO REGULAR
 GOVERNMENT FUNCTIONS SUCH AS LEGISLATIVE, JUDICIAL, ADMINISTRATIVE, AND
 REGULATORY ACTIVITIES OF GOVERNMENTS. OTHER GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS
 SUCH AS SCHOOLS, HOSPITALS, LIQUOR STORES, AND BUS LINES ARE CLASSIFIED
 BY INDUSTRY ACCORDING TO THE ACTIVITY IN WHICH THEY ARE ENGAGED. ON THE
 OTHER HAND, THE CLASS OF WORKER GOVERNMENT CATEGORIES INCLUDE ALL
 GOVERNMENT WORKERS.

 OCCASIONALLY RESPONDENTS SUPPLIED INDUSTRY, OCCUPATION, OR CLASS OF
 WORKER DESCRIPTIONS WHICH WERE NOT SUFFICIENTLY SPECIFIC FOR PRECISE
 CLASSIFICATION OR DID NOT REPORT ON THESE ITEMS AT ALL. SOME OF THESE
 CASES WERE CORRECTED THROUGH THE FIELD EDITING PROCESS AND DURING THE
 CODING AND TABULATION OPERATIONS. IN THE CODING OPERATION, CERTAIN
 TYPES OF INCOMPLETE ENTRIES WERE CORRECTED USING THE ALPHABETICAL INDEX
 OF INDUSTRIES AND OCCUPATIONS. FOR EXAMPLE, IT WAS POSSIBLE IN CERTAIN
 SITUATIONS TO ASSIGN AN INDUSTRY CODE BASED ON THE OCCUPATION REPORTED.

 FOLLOWING THE CODING OPERATIONS, THERE WAS A COMPUTER EDIT AND AN
 ALLOCATION PROCESS. THE EDIT FIRST DETERMINED WHETHER A RESPONDENT WAS
 IN THE UNIVERSE WHICH REQUIRED AN INDUSTRY AND OCCUPATION CODE.  THE
 CODES FOR THE THREE ITEMS (INDUSTRY, OCCUPATION, AND CLASS OF WORKER)
 WERE CHECKED TO ENSURE THEY WERE VALID AND WERE EDITED FOR THEIR
 RELATION TO EACH OTHER. INVALID AND INCONSISTENT CODES WERE EITHER
 BLANKED OR CHANGED TO A CONSISTENT CODE.

 IF ONE OR MORE OF THE THREE CODES WERE BLANK AFTER THE EDIT, A CODE WAS
 ASSIGNED FROM A "SIMILAR" PERSON BASED ON OTHER ITEMS SUCH AS AGE, SEX,
 EDUCATION, FARM OR NONFARM RESIDENCE, AND WEEKS WORKED.  IF ALL THE LABOR
 FORCE AND INCOME DATA ALSO WERE BLANK, ALL THESE ECONOMIC ITEMS WERE
 ASSIGNED FROM ONE OTHER PERSON WHO PROVIDED ALL THE NECESSARY DATA.

 COMPARABILITY--COMPARABILITY OF INDUSTRY AND OCCUPATION DATA WAS
 AFFECTED BY A NUMBER OF FACTORS, PRIMARILY THE SYSTEMS USED TO CLASSIFY
 THE QUESTIONNAIRE RESPONSES. FOR BOTH THE INDUSTRY AND OCCUPATION
 CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS, THE BASIC STRUCTURES WERE GENERALLY THE SAME FROM
 1940 TO 1970, BUT CHANGES IN THE INDIVIDUAL CATEGORIES LIMITED COMPARABILITY
 OF THE DATA FROM ONE CENSUS TO ANOTHER. THESE CHANGES WERE NEEDED TO RECOGNIZE
 THE "BIRTH" OF NEW INDUSTRIES AND OCCUPATIONS, THE "DEATH" OF OTHERS, AND THE
 GROWTH AND DECLINE IN EXISTING INDUSTRIES AND OCCUPATIONS, AS WELL AS, THE
 DESIRE OF ANALYSTS AND OTHER USERS FOR MORE DETAIL IN THE PRESENTATION OF THE
 DATA. PROBABLY THE GREATEST CAUSE OF INCOMPARABILITY IS THE MOVEMENT OF A SEG-
 MENT OF A CATEGORY TO A DIFFERENT CATEGORY IN THE NEXT CENSUS. CHANGES IN THE
 NATURE OF JOBS AND RESPONDENT TERMINOLOGY, AND REFINEMENT OF CATEGORY COMPO-
 SITION MADE THESE MOVEMENTS NECESSARY.

 IN THE 1990 CENSUS, THE INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION HAD MINOR REVISIONS TO REFLECT
 RECENT CHANGES TO THE SIC. THE 1990 OCCUPATIONAL CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM IS
 ESSENTIALLY THE SAME AS THAT FOR THE 1980 CENSUS.  HOWEVER, THE CONVERSION OF
 THE CENSUS CLASSIFICATION TO THE SOC IN 1980 MEANT THAT THE 1990 CLASSIFI-
 CATION SYSTEM WAS LESS COMPARABLE TO THE CLASSIFICATIONS USED PRIOR TO THE
 1980 CENSUS.

 OTHER FACTORS THAT AFFECTED DATA COMPARABILITY INCLUDED THE UNIVERSE TO WHICH
 THE DATA REFERRED (IN 1970, THE AGE CUTOFF FOR LABOR FORCE WAS CHANGED FROM 14
 YEARS TO 16 YEARS); HOW THE INDUSTRY AND OCCUPATION QUESTIONS WERE WORDED ON
 THE QUESTIONNAIRE (FOR EXAMPLE, IMPORTANT CHANGES WERE MADE IN 1970); IMPROVE-
 MENTS IN THE CODING PROCEDURES (THE EMPLOYER NAME LIST TECHNIQUE WAS INTRO-
 DUCED IN 1960); AND HOW THE "NOT REPORTED" CASES ARE HANDLED. PRIOR TO 1970,
 THEY WERE PLACED IN THE RESIDUAL CATEGORIES, "INDUSTRY NOT REPORTED" AND
 "OCCUPATION NOT REPORTED." IN 1970, AN ALLOCATION PROCESS WAS INTRODUCED
 THAT ASSIGNED THESE CASES TO MAJOR GROUPS. IN 1990, AS IN 1980, THE "NOT
 REPORTED" CASES WERE ASSIGNED TO INDIVIDUAL CATEGORIES. THEREFORE, THE 1980
 AND 1990 DATA FOR INDIVIDUAL CATEGORIES INCLUDED SOME NUMBERS OF PERSONS WHO
 WERE TABULATED IN A "NOT REPORTED" CATEGORY IN PREVIOUS CENSUSES.

 THE FOLLOWING PUBLICATIONS CONTAIN INFORMATION ON THE VARIOUS FACTORS
 AFFECTING COMPARABILITY AND ARE PARTICULARLY USEFUL FOR UNDERSTANDING
 DIFFERENCES IN THE OCCUPATION AND INDUSTRY INFORMATION FROM EARLIER CENSUSES:
 U.S. BUREAU OF THE CENSUS, CHANGES BETWEEN THE 1950 AND 1960 OCCUPATION AND
 INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATIONS WITH DETAILED ADJUSTMENTS OF 1950 DATA TO THE 1960
 CLASSIFICATIONS, TECHNICAL PAPER NO. 18, 1968; U.S. BUREAU OF THE CENSUS,
 1970 OCCUPATION AND INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS IN TERMS OF THEIR 1960
 OCCUPATION AND INDUSTRY ELEMENTS, TECHNICAL PAPER NO. 26, 1972; AND U.S.
 BUREAU OF THE CENSUS, THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE 1970 AND 1980 INDUSTRY
 AND OCCUPATION CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS, TECHNICAL PAPER NO. 59, 1988.  FOR
 CITATIONS FOR EARLIER CENSUS YEARS, SEE THE 1980 CENSUS OF POPULATION REPORT,
 PC80-1-D, DETAILED POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS.

 THE 1990 CENSUS INTRODUCED AN ADDITIONAL CLASS OF WORKER CATEGORY FOR
 "PRIVATE NOT-FOR-PROFIT" EMPLOYERS. THIS CATEGORY IS A SUBSET OF THE 1980
 CATEGORY "EMPLOYEE OF PRIVATE EMPLOYER" SO THERE IS NO COMPARABLE DATA
 BEFORE 1990. ALSO IN 1990, EMPLOYEES OF FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS, THE UNITED
 NATIONS, ETC., ARE CLASSIFIED AS "PRIVATE NOT-FOR-PROFIT," RATHER THAN FEDERAL
 GOVERNMENT AS IN 1970 AND 1980. WHILE IN THEORY, THERE WAS A CHANGE IN
 COMPARABILITY, IN PRACTICE, THE SMALL NUMBER OF U.S. RESIDENTS WORKING FOR
 FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS MADE THIS CHANGE NEGLIGIBLE.

 COMPARABILITY BETWEEN THE STATISTICS ON INDUSTRY AND OCCUPATION FROM THE
 1990 CENSUS AND STATISTICS FROM OTHER SOURCES IS AFFECTED BY MANY OF THE
 FACTORS DESCRIBED IN THE SECTION ON "EMPLOYMENT STATUS."  THESE FACTORS
 ARE PRIMARILY GEOGRAPHIC DIFFERENCES BETWEEN RESIDENCE AND PLACE OF WORK,
 DIFFERENT DATES OF REFERENCE, AND DIFFERENCES IN COUNTS BECAUSE OF DUAL JOB
 HOLDING. INDUSTRY DATA FROM POPULATION CENSUSES COVER ALL INDUSTRIES AND ALL
 KINDS OF WORKERS, WHEREAS, DATA FROM ESTABLISHMENTS OFTEN EXCLUDED PRIVATE
 HOUSEHOLD WORKERS, GOVERNMENT WORKERS, AND THE SELF-EMPLOYED. ALSO, THE
 REPLIES FROM HOUSEHOLD RESPONDENTS MAY HAVE DIFFERED IN DETAIL AND NATURE
 FROM THOSE OBTAINED FROM ESTABLISHMENTS.

 OCCUPATION DATA FROM THE CENSUS AND DATA FROM GOVERNMENT LICENSING AGENCIES,
 PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS, TRADE UNIONS, ETC., MAY NOT BE AS COMPARABLE AS
 EXPECTED. ORGANIZATIONAL LISTINGS OFTEN INCLUDE PERSONS NOT IN THE LABOR FORCE
 OR PERSONS DEVOTING ALL OR MOST OF THEIR TIME TO ANOTHER OCCUPATION; OR THE
 SAME PERSON MAY BE INCLUDED IN TWO OR MORE DIFFERENT LISTINGS. IN ADDITION,
 RELATIVELY FEW ORGANIZATIONS, EXCEPT FOR THOSE REQUIRING LICENSING, ATTAINED
 COMPLETE COVERAGE OF MEMBERSHIP IN A PARTICULAR OCCUPATIONAL FIELD.

JOURNEY TO WORK

 PLACE OF WORK--THE DATA ON PLACE OF WORK WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS TO
 QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM 22, WHICH WAS ASKED OF PERSONS WHO INDICATED IN QUESTION
 21 THAT THEY WORKED AT SOME TIME DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK. (FOR MORE INFOR-
 MATION, SEE DISCUSSION UNDER "REFERENCE WEEK.")

 DATA WERE TABULATED FOR WORKERS 16 YEARS AND OVER; THAT IS, MEMBERS OF THE
 ARMED FORCES AND CIVILIANS WHO WERE AT WORK DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK. DATA ON
 PLACE OF WORK REFER TO THE GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION AT WHICH WORKERS CARRIED OUT
 THEIR OCCUPATIONAL ACTIVITIES DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK. THE EXACT ADDRESS
 (NUMBER AND STREET) OF THE PLACE OF WORK WAS ASKED, AS WELL AS THE PLACE
 (CITY, TOWN, OR POST OFFICE); WHETHER OR NOT THE PLACE OF WORK WAS INSIDE OR
 OUTSIDE THE LIMITS OF THAT CITY OR TOWN; AND THE COUNTY, STATE, AND ZIP CODE.
 IF THE PERSON'S EMPLOYER OPERATED IN MORE THAN ONE LOCATION, THE EXACT ADDRESS
 OF THE LOCATION OR BRANCH WHERE THE RESPONDENT WORKED WAS REQUESTED. WHEN THE
 NUMBER  AND STREET NAME WERE UNKNOWN, A DESCRIPTION OF THE LOCATION, SUCH AS
 THE BUILDING NAME OR NEAREST STREET OR INTERSECTION, WAS TO BE ENTERED.


 PERSONS WHO WORKED AT MORE THAN ONE LOCATION DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK WERE
 ASKED TO REPORT THE ONE AT WHICH THEY WORKED THE GREATEST NUMBER OF HOURS.
 PERSONS WHO REGULARLY WORKED IN SEVERAL LOCATIONS EACH DAY DURING THE
 REFERENCE WEEK WERE REQUESTED TO GIVE THE ADDRESS AT WHICH THEY BEGAN WORK
 EACH DAY. FOR CASES IN WHICH DAILY WORK DID NOT BEGIN AT A CENTRAL PLACE EACH
 DAY, THE PERSON WAS ASKED TO PROVIDE AS MUCH INFORMATION AS POSSIBLE TO
 DESCRIBE THE AREA IN WHICH HE OR SHE WORKED MOST DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK.

 IN SOME TABULATIONS, PLACE-OF-WORK LOCATIONS MAY BE DEFINED AS "IN AREA OF
 RESIDENCE" AND "OUTSIDE AREA OF RESIDENCE." THE AREA OF RESIDENCE MAY VARY
 FROM TABLE TO TABLE OR EVEN WITHIN A TABLE, AND REFERS TO THE PARTICULAR AREA
 OR AREAS SHOWN. FOR EXAMPLE, IN A TABLE THAT PROVIDES DATA FOR COUNTIES, "IN
 AREA OF RESIDENCE" REFERS TO PERSONS WHO WORKED IN THE SAME COUNTY IN WHICH
 THEY LIVED, WHILE "OUTSIDE AREA OF RESIDENCE" REFERS TO PERSONS WHOSE WORK-
 PLACE WAS LOCATED IN A COUNTY DIFFERENT FROM THE ONE IN WHICH THEY LIVED.
 SIMILARLY, IN A TABLE THAT PROVIDES DATA FOR SEVERAL TYPES OF AREAS, SUCH AS
 THE STATE AND ITS INDIVIDUAL METROPOLITAN AREAS (MA'S), COUNTIES, AND PLACES,
 THE PLACE-OF-WORK DATA WILL BE VARIABLE AND IS DETERMINED BY THE GEOGRAPHIC
 LEVEL (STATE, MA, COUNTY, OR PLACE) SHOWN IN EACH SECTION OF THE TABULATION.

 IN TABULATIONS THAT PRESENT DATA FOR STATES, WORKPLACES FOR THE RESIDENTS OF
 THE STATE MAY INCLUDE, IN ADDITION TO THE STATE ITSELF, EACH CONTIGUOUS STATE.
 THE CATEGORY, "IN NONCONTIGUOUS STATE OR ABROAD," INCLUDES PERSONS WHO WORKED
 IN A STATE THAT DID NOT BORDER THEIR STATE OF RESIDENCE AS WELL AS PERSONS WHO
 WORKED OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES.

 IN TABULATIONS THAT PRESENT DATA FOR AN MSA/PMSA, PLACE-OF-WORK LOCATIONS ARE
 SPECIFIED TO SHOW THE MAIN DESTINATIONS OF WORKERS LIVING IN THE MSA/PMSA.
 (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON METROPOLITAN AREAS (MA'S), SEE APPENDIX A, AREA
 CLASSIFICATIONS.) ALL PLACE-OF-WORK LOCATIONS ARE IDENTIFIED WITH RESPECT TO
 THE BOUNDARIES OF THE MSA/PMSA AS "INSIDE MSA/PMSA" OR "OUTSIDE MSA/PMSA."
 LOCATIONS WITHIN THE MSA/PMSA ARE FURTHER DIVIDED INTO EACH CENTRAL CITY, AND
 EACH COUNTY OR COUNTY BALANCE. SELECTED LARGE INCORPORATED PLACES ALSO MAY BE
 SPECIFIED AS PLACES OF WORK.

 WITHIN NEW ENGLAND MSA/PMSA'S, THE PLACES OF WORK PRESENTED GENERALLY ARE
 CITIES AND TOWNS. LOCATIONS OUTSIDE THE MSA/PMSA ARE SPECIFIED IF THEY ARE
 IMPORTANT COMMUTING DESTINATIONS FOR RESIDENTS OF THE MSA/PMSA, AND MAY
 INCLUDE ADJOINING MSA/PMSA'S AND THEIR CENTRAL CITIES, THEIR COMPONENT
 COUNTIES, LARGE INCORPORATED PLACES, OR COUNTIES, CITIES, OR OTHER GEOGRAPHIC
 AREAS OUTSIDE ANY MA. IN TABULATIONS FOR MSA/PMSA'S IN NEW ENGLAND; HONOLULU,
 HAWAII; AND CERTAIN OTHER MA'S, SOME PLACE-OF-WORK LOCATIONS ARE IDENTIFIED
 AS "AREAS" (E.G., AREA 1, AREA 5, AREA 12, ETC.). SUCH AREAS CONSIST OF
 GROUPS OF TOWNS, CITIES, CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACES (HONOLULU MSA ONLY), OR
 COUNTIES THAT HAVE BEEN IDENTIFIED AS UNIQUE PLACE-OF-WORK DESTINATIONS.
 WHEN AN ADJOINING MSA/PMSA OR MSA/PMSA REMAINDER IS SPECIFIED AS A PLACE-
 OF-WORK LOCATION, ITS COMPONENTS ARE NOT DEFINED. HOWEVER, THE COMPONENTS
 ARE PRESENTED IN THE 1990 CP-1, GENERAL POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS FOR
 METROPOLITAN AREAS AND THE 1990 CH-1, GENERAL HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS FOR
 METROPOLITAN AREAS REPORTS. IN TABULATIONS THAT PRESENT DATA FOR CENSUS
 TRACTS OUTSIDE MA'S, PLACE-OF-WORK LOCATIONS ARE DEFINED AS "IN COUNTY OF
 RESIDENCE" AND "OUTSIDE COUNTY OF RESIDENCE."

 IN AREAS WHERE THE WORKPLACE ADDRESS WAS CODED TO THE BLOCK LEVEL, PERSONS
 WERE TABULATED AS WORKING INSIDE OR OUTSIDE A SPECIFIC PLACE BASED ON THE
 LOCATION OF THAT ADDRESS, REGARDLESS OF THE RESPONSE TO QUESTION 22C CON-
 CERNING CITY/TOWN LIMITS. IN AREAS WHERE IT WAS IMPOSSIBLE TO CODE THE
 WORKPLACE ADDRESS TO THE BLOCK LEVEL, PERSONS WERE TABULATED AS WORKING IN A
 PLACE IF A PLACE NAME WAS REPORTED IN QUESTION 22B AND THE RESPONSE TO QUES-
 TION 22C WAS EITHER "YES" OR THE ITEM WAS LEFT BLANK. IN SELECTED AREAS, CEN-
 SUS DESIGNATED PLACES (CDP'S) MAY APPEAR IN THE TABULATIONS AS PLACES OF WORK.
 THE ACCURACY OF PLACE-OF-WORK DATA FOR CDP'S MAY BE AFFECTED BY THE EXTENT TO
 WHICH THEIR CENSUS NAMES WERE FAMILIAR TO RESPONDENTS, AND BY CODING PROBLEMS
 CAUSED BY SIMILARITIES BETWEEN THE CDP NAME AND THE NAMES OF OTHER GEOGRAPHIC
 JURISDICTIONS IN THE SAME VICINITY.

 PLACE-OF-WORK DATA ARE GIVEN FOR SELECTED MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS (GENERALLY,
 CITIES, TOWNS, AND TOWNSHIPS) IN THE NINE NORTHEASTERN STATES, BASED ON THE
 RESPONSES TO THE PLACE-OF-WORK QUESTION.  MANY TOWNS AND TOWNSHIPS ARE
 REGARDED LOCALLY AS EQUIVALENT TO A PLACE AND THEREFORE, WERE REPORTED AS THE
 PLACE OF WORK. WHEN A RESPONDENT REPORTED A LOCALITY OR INCORPORATED PLACE
 THAT FORMED A PART OF A TOWNSHIP OR TOWN, THE CODING AND TABULATING PROCEDURE
 WAS DESIGNED TO INCLUDE THE RESPONSE IN THE TOTAL FOR THE TOWNSHIP OR TOWN.
 THE ACCURACY OF THE PLACE-OF-WORK DATA FOR MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS IS GREATEST
 FOR THE NEW ENGLAND STATES. HOWEVER, THE DATA FOR SOME NEW ENGLAND TOWNS, FOR
 TOWNS IN NEW YORK, AND FOR TOWNSHIPS IN NEW JERSEY AND PENNSYLVANIA MAY BE
 AFFECTED BY CODING PROBLEMS THAT RESULTED FROM THE UNFAMILIARITY OF THE
 RESPONDENT WITH THE MINOR CIVIL DIVISION IN WHICH THE WORKPLACE WAS LOCATED OR
 WHEN A TOWNSHIP AND A CITY OR BOROUGH OF THE SAME OR SIMILAR NAME ARE LOCATED
 CLOSE TOGETHER.

 PLACE-OF-WORK DATA MAY SHOW A FEW WORKERS WHO MADE UNLIKELY DAILY WORK TRIPS
 (E.G., WORKERS WHO LIVED IN NEW YORK AND WORKED IN CALIFORNIA).  THIS RESULT
 IS ATTRIBUTABLE TO PERSONS WHO WORKED DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK AT A LOCATION
 THAT WAS DIFFERENT FROM THEIR USUAL PLACE OF WORK, SUCH AS PERSONS AWAY FROM
 HOME ON BUSINESS.

 COMPARABILITY--THE WORDING OF THE QUESTION ON PLACE OF WORK WAS SUBSTANTIALLY
 THE SAME IN THE 1990 CENSUS AS IT WAS IN 1980. HOWEVER, DATA ON PLACE OF WORK
 FROM THE 1990 CENSUS ARE BASED ON THE FULL CENSUS SAMPLE, WHILE DATA FROM THE
 1980 CENSUS WERE BASED ON ONLY ABOUT ONE-HALF OF THE FULL SAMPLE.

 FOR THE 1980 CENSUS, NONRESPONSE OR INCOMPLETE RESPONSES TO THE PLACE-OF-WORK
 QUESTION WERE NOT ALLOCATED, RESULTING IN THE USE OF "NOT REPORTED" CATEGORIES
 IN THE 1980 PUBLICATIONS. HOWEVER, FOR THE 1990 CENSUS, WHEN PLACE OF WORK WAS
 NOT REPORTED OR THE RESPONSE WAS INCOMPLETE, A WORK LOCATION WAS ALLOCATED TO
 THE PERSON BASED ON THEIR MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK, TRAVEL TIME TO
 WORK, INDUSTRY, AND LOCATION OF RESIDENCE AND WORKPLACE OF OTHERS. THE 1990
 PUBLICATIONS, THEREFORE, DO NOT CONTAIN A "NOT REPORTED" CATEGORY FOR THE
 PLACE-OF-WORK DATA.

 COMPARISONS BETWEEN 1980 AND 1990 CENSUS DATA ON THE GROSS NUMBER OF WORKERS
 IN PARTICULAR COMMUTING FLOWS, OR THE TOTAL NUMBER OF PERSONS WORKING IN AN
 AREA, SHOULD BE MADE WITH EXTREME CAUTION. ANY APPARENT INCREASE IN THE MAG-
 NITUDE OF THE GROSS NUMBERS MAY BE DUE SOLELY TO THE FACT THAT FOR 1990 THE
 "NOT REPORTED" CASES HAVE BEEN DISTRIBUTED AMONG SPECIFIC PLACE-OF-WORK
 DESTINATIONS, INSTEAD OF TALLIED IN A SEPARATE CATEGORY AS IN 1980.

 LIMITATION OF THE DATA--THE DATA ON PLACE OF WORK RELATE TO A REFERENCE WEEK;
 THAT IS, THE CALENDAR WEEK PRECEDING THE DATE ON WHICH THE RESPONDENTS COM-
 PLETED THEIR QUESTIONNAIRES OR WERE INTERVIEWED BY ENUMERATORS. THIS WEEK IS
 NOT THE SAME FOR ALL RESPONDENTS BECAUSE THE ENUMERATION WAS NOT COMPLETED IN
 1 WEEK.  HOWEVER, FOR THE MAJORITY OF PERSONS, THE REFERENCE WEEK FOR THE 1990
 CENSUS IS THE LAST WEEK IN MARCH 1990. THE LACK OF A UNIFORM REFERENCE WEEK
 MEANS THAT THE PLACE-OF-WORK DATA REPORTED IN THE CENSUS WILL NOT EXACTLY
 MATCH THE DISTRIBUTION OF WORKPLACE LOCATIONS OBSERVED OR MEASURED DURING AN
 ACTUAL WORKWEEK.

 THE PLACE-OF-WORK DATA ARE ESTIMATES OF PERSONS 16 YEARS OLD AND OVER WHO WERE
 BOTH EMPLOYED AND AT WORK DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK (INCLUDING PERSONS IN THE
 ARMED FORCES). PERSONS WHO DID NOT WORK DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK BUT HAD JOBS
 OR BUSINESSES FROM WHICH THEY WERE TEMPORARILY ABSENT DUE TO ILLNESS, BAD
 WEATHER, INDUSTRIAL DISPUTE, VACATION, OR OTHER PERSONAL REASONS ARE NOT
 INCLUDED IN THE PLACE-OF-WORK DATA. THEREFORE, THE DATA ON PLACE OF WORK
 UNDERSTATE THE TOTAL NUMBER OF JOBS OR TOTAL EMPLOYMENT IN A GEOGRAPHIC AREA
 DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK. IT ALSO SHOULD BE NOTED THAT PERSONS WHO HAD
 IRREGULAR, CASUAL, OR UNSTRUCTURED JOBS DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK MAY HAVE
 ERRONEOUSLY REPORTED THEMSELVES AS NOT WORKING.

 THE ADDRESS WHERE THE INDIVIDUAL WORKED MOST OFTEN DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK
 WAS RECORDED ON THE CENSUS QUESTIONNAIRE. IF A WORKER HELD TWO JOBS, ONLY DATA
 ABOUT THE PRIMARY JOB (THE ONE WORKED THE GREATEST NUMBER OF HOURS DURING THE
 PRECEDING WEEK) WAS REQUESTED. PERSONS WHO REGULARLY WORKED IN SEVERAL LOCA-
 TIONS DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK WERE REQUESTED TO GIVE THE ADDRESS AT WHICH
 THEY BEGAN WORK EACH DAY.  FOR CASES IN WHICH DAILY WORK WAS NOT BEGUN AT A
 CENTRAL PLACE EACH DAY, THE PERSON WAS ASKED TO PROVIDE AS MUCH INFORMATION
 AS POSSIBLE TO DESCRIBE THE AREA IN WHICH HE OR SHE WORKED MOST DURING THE
 REFERENCE WEEK.

MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK

 MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK--THE DATA ON MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK
 WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS TO QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM 23A, WHICH WAS ASKED OF
 PERSONS WHO INDICATED IN QUESTION 21 THAT THEY WORKED AT SOME TIME DURING THE
 REFERENCE WEEK. (FOR MORE INFORMATION, SEE DISCUSSION UNDER "REFERENCE WEEK.")
 MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK REFERS TO THE PRINCIPAL MODE OF TRAVEL OR TYPE
 OF CONVEYANCE THAT THE PERSON USUALLY USED TO GET FROM HOME TO WORK DURING THE
 REFERENCE WEEK.

 PERSONS WHO USED DIFFERENT MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION ON DIFFERENT DAYS OF THE
 WEEK WERE ASKED TO SPECIFY THE ONE THEY USED MOST OFTEN, THAT IS, THE GREATEST
 NUMBER OF DAYS. PERSONS WHO USED MORE THAN ONE MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO GET
 TO WORK EACH DAY WERE ASKED TO REPORT THE ONE USED FOR THE LONGEST DISTANCE
 DURING THE WORK TRIP. THE CATEGORY, "CAR, TRUCK, OR VAN," INCLUDES WORKERS
 USING A CAR (INCLUDING COMPANY CARS BUT EXCLUDING TAXICABS), A TRUCK OF ONE-
 TON CAPACITY OR LESS, OR A VAN. THE CATEGORY, "PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION,"
 INCLUDES WORKERS WHO USED A BUS OR TROLLEY BUS, STREETCAR OR TROLLEY CAR,
 SUBWAY OR ELEVATED, RAILROAD, FERRYBOAT, OR TAXICAB EVEN IF EACH MODE IS NOT
 SHOWN SEPARATELY IN THE TABULATION. THE CATEGORY, "OTHER MEANS," INCLUDES
 WORKERS WHO USED A MODE OF TRAVEL WHICH IS NOT IDENTIFIED SEPARATELY WITHIN
 THE DATA DISTRIBUTION. THE CATEGORY, "OTHER MEANS," MAY VARY FROM TABLE TO
 TABLE, DEPENDING ON THE AMOUNT OF DETAIL SHOWN IN A PARTICULAR DISTRIBUTION.

 THE MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION DATA FOR SOME AREAS MAY SHOW WORKERS USING MODES
 OF PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION THAT ARE NOT AVAILABLE IN THOSE AREAS (E.G., SUBWAY
 OR ELEVATED RIDERS IN AN MA WHERE THERE ACTUALLY IS NO SUBWAY OR ELEVATED
 SERVICE). THIS RESULT IS LARGELY DUE TO PERSONS WHO WORKED DURING THE
 REFERENCE WEEK AT A LOCATION THAT WAS DIFFERENT FROM THEIR USUAL PLACE OF WORK
 (SUCH AS PERSONS AWAY FROM HOME ON BUSINESS IN AN AREA WHERE SUBWAY SERVICE
 WAS AVAILABLE) AND PERSONS WHO USED MORE THAN ONE MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION EACH
 DAY BUT WHOSE PRINCIPAL MEANS WAS UNAVAILABLE WHERE THEY LIVED (FOR EXAMPLE,
 RESIDENTS OF NONMETROPOLITAN AREAS WHO DROVE TO THE FRINGE OF AN MA AND TOOK
 THE COMMUTER RAILROAD MOST OF THE DISTANCE TO WORK).

 PRIVATE VEHICLE OCCUPANCY--THE DATA ON PRIVATE VEHICLE OCCUPANCY WERE DERIVED
 FROM ANSWERS TO QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM 23B. THIS QUESTION WAS ASKED OF PERSONS WHO
 INDICATED IN QUESTION 21 THAT THEY WORKED AT SOME TIME DURING THE REFERENCE
 WEEK AND WHO REPORTED IN QUESTION 23A THAT THEIR MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO
 WORK WAS "CAR, TRUCK, OR VAN." (FOR MORE INFORMATION, SEE DISCUSSION UNDER
 "REFERENCE WEEK.")

 PRIVATE VEHICLE OCCUPANCY REFERS TO THE NUMBER OF PERSONS WHO USUALLY RODE TO
 WORK IN THE VEHICLE DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK. THE CATEGORY, "DROVE ALONE,"
 INCLUDES PERSONS WHO USUALLY DROVE ALONE TO WORK AS WELL AS PERSONS WHO WERE
 DRIVEN TO WORK BY SOMEONE WHO THEN DROVE BACK HOME OR TO A NONWORK DESTINA-
 TION. THE CATEGORY, "CARPOOLED," INCLUDES WORKERS WHO REPORTED THAT TWO OR
 MORE PERSONS USUALLY RODE TO WORK IN THE VEHICLE DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK.

 PERSONS PER CAR, TRUCK, OR VAN--THIS IS OBTAINED BY DIVIDING THE NUMBER OF
 PERSONS WHO REPORTED USING A CAR, TRUCK, OR VAN TO GET TO WORK BY THE NUMBER
 OF SUCH VEHICLES THAT THEY USED. THE NUMBER OF VEHICLES USED IS DERIVED BY
 COUNTING EACH PERSON WHO DROVE ALONE AS ONE VEHICLE, EACH PERSON WHO REPORTED
 BEING IN A TWO-PERSON CARPOOL AS ONE-HALF VEHICLE, EACH PERSON WHO REPORTED
 BEING IN A THREE-PERSON CARPOOL AS ONE-THIRD VEHICLE, AND SO ON, AND THEN
 SUMMING ALL THE VEHICLES.

 TIME LEAVING HOME TO GO TO WORK--THE DATA ON TIME LEAVING HOME TO GO TO WORK
 WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS TO QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM 24A. THIS QUESTION WAS ASKED
 OF PERSONS WHO INDICATED IN QUESTION 21 THAT THEY WORKED AT SOME TIME DURING
 THE REFERENCE WEEK AND WHO REPORTED IN QUESTION 23A THAT THEY WORKED OUTSIDE
 THEIR HOME. THE DEPARTURE TIME REFERS TO THE TIME OF DAY THAT THE PERSON
 USUALLY LEFT HOME TO GO TO WORK DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK.  (FOR MORE
 INFORMATION, SEE DISCUSSION UNDER "REFERENCE WEEK.")

 TRAVEL TIME TO WORK--THE DATA ON TRAVEL TIME TO WORK WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS
 TO QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM 24B. THIS QUESTION WAS ASKED OF PERSONS WHO INDICATED IN
 QUESTION 21 THAT THEY WORKED AT SOME TIME DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK AND WHO
 REPORTED IN QUESTION 23A THAT THEY WORKED OUTSIDE THEIR HOME. TRAVEL TIME TO
 WORK REFERS TO THE TOTAL NUMBER OF MINUTES THAT IT USUALLY TOOK THE PERSON TO
 GET FROM HOME TO WORK DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK. THE ELAPSED TIME INCLUDES
 TIME SPENT WAITING FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION, PICKING UP PASSENGERS IN CAR-
 POOLS, AND TIME SPENT IN OTHER ACTIVITIES RELATED TO GETTING TO WORK. (FOR
 MORE INFORMATION, SEE DISCUSSION UNDER "REFERENCE WEEK.")

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME & ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME

 LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME--DATA ON LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME WERE DERIVED FROM
 THE ANSWERS TO QUESTIONNAIRE ITEMS 15A AND 15B, WHICH WERE ASKED OF A SAMPLE
 OF PERSONS BORN BEFORE APRIL 1, 1985. INSTRUCTIONS MAILED WITH THE 1990
 CENSUS QUESTIONNAIRE STATED THAT A RESPONDENT SHOULD MARK "YES" IN QUESTION
 15A IF THE PERSON SOMETIMES OR ALWAYS SPOKE A LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH AT
 HOME AND SHOULD NOT MARK "YES" IF A LANGUAGE WAS SPOKEN ONLY AT SCHOOL OR IF
 SPEAKING WAS LIMITED TO A FEW EXPRESSIONS OR SLANG. FOR QUESTION 15B, RESPON-
 DENTS WERE INSTRUCTED TO PRINT THE NAME OF THE NON-ENGLISH LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT
 HOME. IF THE PERSON SPOKE MORE THAN ONE LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH, THE
 PERSON WAS TO REPORT THE LANGUAGE SPOKEN MORE OFTEN OR THE LANGUAGE LEARNED
 FIRST.

 THE COVER OF THE CENSUS QUESTIONNAIRE INCLUDED INFORMATION IN SPANISH WHICH
 PROVIDED A TELEPHONE NUMBER FOR RESPONDENTS TO CALL TO REQUEST A CENSUS
 QUESTIONNAIRE AND INSTRUCTIONS IN SPANISH. INSTRUCTION GUIDES WERE ALSO
 AVAILABLE IN 32 OTHER LANGUAGES TO ASSIST ENUMERATORS WHO ENCOUNTERED
 HOUSEHOLDS OR RESPONDENTS WHO SPOKE NO ENGLISH.

 QUESTIONS 15A AND 15B REFERRED TO LANGUAGES SPOKEN AT HOME IN AN EFFORT TO
 MEASURE THE CURRENT USE OF LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH.  PERSONS WHO KNEW
 LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH BUT DID NOT USE THEM AT HOME OR WHO ONLY USED
 THEM ELSEWHERE WERE EXCLUDED. PERSONS WHO REPORTED SPEAKING A LANGUAGE OTHER
 THAN ENGLISH AT HOME MAY ALSO SPEAK ENGLISH; HOWEVER, THE QUESTIONS DID NOT
 PERMIT DETERMINATION OF THE MAIN OR DOMINANT LANGUAGE OF PERSONS WHO SPOKE
 BOTH ENGLISH AND ANOTHER LANGUAGE.  (FOR MORE INFORMATION, SEE DISCUSSION
 BELOW ON "ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH.")

 FOR PERSONS WHO INDICATED THAT THEY SPOKE A LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH AT
 HOME IN QUESTION 15A, BUT FAILED TO SPECIFY THE NAME OF THE LANGUAGE IN
 QUESTION 15B, THE LANGUAGE WAS ASSIGNED BASED ON THE LANGUAGE OF OTHER
 SPEAKERS IN THE HOUSEHOLD; ON THE LANGUAGE OF A PERSON OF THE SAME SPANISH
 ORIGIN OR DETAILED RACE GROUP LIVING IN THE SAME OR A NEARBY AREA; OR ON A
 PERSON OF THE SAME ANCESTRY OR PLACE OF BIRTH. IN ALL CASES WHERE A PERSON WAS
 ASSIGNED A NON-ENGLISH LANGUAGE, IT WAS ASSUMED THAT THE LANGUAGE WAS SPOKEN
 AT HOME. PERSONS FOR WHOM THE NAME OF A LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH WAS
 ENTERED IN QUESTION 15B, AND FOR WHOM QUESTION 15A WAS BLANK WERE ASSUMED TO
 SPEAK THAT LANGUAGE AT HOME.

 THE WRITE-IN RESPONSES LISTED IN QUESTION 15B (SPECIFIC LANGUAGE SPOKEN)
 WERE TRANSCRIBED ONTO COMPUTER FILES AND CODED INTO MORE THAN 380 DETAILED
 LANGUAGE CATEGORIES USING AN AUTOMATED CODING SYSTEM. THE AUTOMATED PROCEDURE
 COMPARED WRITE-IN RESPONSES R15B, AND FOR WHOM QUESTION 15A WAS BLANK WERE
 ASSUMED TO SPEAK THAT LANGUAGE AT HOME.

 THE WRITE-IN RESPONSES LISTED IN QUESTION 15B (SPECIFIC LANGUAGE SPOKEN) WERE
 TRANSCRIBED ONTO COMPUTER FILES AND CODED INTO MORE THAN 380 DETAILED LANGUAGE
 CATEGORIES USING AN AUTOMATED CODING SYSTEM. THE AUTOMATED PROCEDURE COMPARED
 WRITE-IN RESPONSES REPORTED BY RESPONDENTS WITH ENTRIES IN A COMPUTER DIC-
 TIONARY, WHICH INITIALLY CONTAINED APPROXIMATELY 2,000 LANGUAGE NAMES. THE
 DICTIONARY WAS UPDATED WITH A LARGE NUMBER OF NEW NAMES, VARIATIONS IN
 SPELLING, AND A SMALL NUMBER OF RESIDUAL CATEGORIES. EACH WRITE-IN RESPONSE
 WAS GIVEN A NUMERIC CODE THAT WAS ASSOCIATED WITH ONE OF THE DETAILED CATE-
 GORIES IN THE DICTIONARY. IF THE RESPONDENT LISTED MORE THAN ONE NON-ENGLISH
 LANGUAGE, ONLY THE FIRST WAS CODED.

 THE WRITE-IN RESPONSES REPRESENTED THE NAMES PEOPLE USED FOR LANGUAGES THEY
 SPEAK. THEY MAY NOT MATCH THE NAMES OR CATEGORIES USED BY LINGUISTS. THE SETS
 OF CATEGORIES USED ARE SOMETIMES GEOGRAPHIC AND SOMETIMES LINGUISTIC. FIGURE 1
 PROVIDES AN ILLUSTRATION OF THE CONTENT OF THE CLASSIFICATION SCHEMES USED TO
 PRESENT LANGUAGE DATA. FOR MORE INFORMATION, WRITE TO THE CHIEF, POPULATION
 DIVISION, U.S. BUREAU OF THE CENSUS, WASHINGTON, DC 20233.

 HOUSEHOLD LANGUAGE--IN HOUSEHOLDS WHERE ONE OR MORE PERSONS (AGE 5 YEARS OLD
 OR OVER) SPEAK A LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH, THE HOUSEHOLD LANGUAGE ASSIGNED
 TO ALL HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS IS THE NON-ENGLISH LANGUAGE SPOKEN BY THE FIRST
 PERSON WITH A NON-ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN THE FOLLOWING ORDER: HOUSEHOLDER,
 SPOUSE, PARENT, SIBLING, CHILD, GRANDCHILD, OTHER RELATIVE, STEPCHILD,
 UNMARRIED PARTNER, HOUSEMATE OR ROOMMATE, ROOMER, BOARDER, OR FOSTER CHILD,
 OR OTHER NONRELATIVE. THUS, PERSONS WHO SPEAK ONLY ENGLISH MAY HAVE A NON-
 ENGLISH HOUSEHOLD LANGUAGE ASSIGNED TO THEM IN TABULATIONS OF PERSONS BY
 HOUSEHOLD LANGUAGE.

 FIGURE 1. FOUR- AND TWENTY-FIVE-GROUP CLASSIFICATIONS OF 1990 CENSUS
           LANGUAGES SPOKEN AT HOME WITH ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLES

 FOUR-GROUP                TWENTY-FIVE-GROUP              EXAMPLES
 CLASSIFICATION            CLASSIFICATION
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 SPANISH                    SPANISH                   SPANISH,LADINO
 OTHER INDO-                FRENCH                    FRENCH, CAJUN,
  EUROPEAN                                            FRENCH CREOLE
                            ITALIAN
                            PORTUGUESE
                            GERMAN
                            YIDDISH
                            OTHER WEST                AFRIKAANS,DUTCH,
                             GERMANIC                 PENNSYLVANIA  DUTCH
                            SCANDANAVIAN              DANISH,NORWEGIAN,
                                                       SWEDISH
                            POLISH
                            RUSSIAN
                            SOUTH SLAVIC              SERBOCROATIAN,
                                                      BULGARIAN, MACEDONIAN,
                                                      SLOVENE
                            OTHER SLAVIC              CZECH, SLOVAK,
                                                      UKRANIAN
                            GREEK
                            INDIC                     HINDI, BENGALI,
                                                       GUJARATHI, PUNJABI,
                                                       ROMANY, SINHALESE
                            OTHER INDO-               ARMENIAN, GAELIC,
                            EUROPEAN, NOT             LITHUANIAN, PERSIAN
                             ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

 LANGUAGES OF               CHINESE
  ASIA AND THE              JAPANESE
  PACIFIC                   MON-KHMER                 CAMBODIAN
                            TAGALOG
                            KOREAN
                 NATIVE NORTH
                             AMERICAN LANGUAGES
                            OTHER LANGUAGES           AMHARIC, SYRIAC,
                             (PART)                   FINNISH,HEBREW,
                                                      LANGUAGES OF
                                                      CENTRAL AND SOUTH
                                                       AMERICA, OTHER
                                                      LANGUAGES OF AFRICA
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ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH

 ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH--PERSONS 5 YEARS OLD AND OVER WHO REPORTED THAT
 THEY SPOKE A LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH IN QUESTION 15A WERE ALSO ASKED IN
 QUESTION 15C TO INDICATE THEIR ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH BASED ON ONE OF THE
 FOLLOWING CATEGORIES: "VERY WELL," "WELL," "NOT WELL," OR "NOT AT ALL."

 THE DATA ON ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH REPRESENT THE PERSON'S OWN PERCEPTION
 ABOUT HIS OR HER OWN ABILITY OR, BECAUSE CENSUS QUESTIONNAIRES ARE USUALLY
 COMPLETED BY ONE HOUSEHOLD MEMBER, THE RESPONSES MAY REPRESENT THE PERCEP-
 TION OF ANOTHER HOUSEHOLD MEMBER. THE INSTRUCTION GUIDES AND QUESTIONNAIRES
 THAT WERE MAILED TO HOUSEHOLDS DID NOT INCLUDE ANY INFORMATION ON HOW TO
 INTERPRET THE RESPONSE CATEGORIES IN QUESTION 15C.

 PERSONS WHO REPORTED THAT THEY SPOKE A LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH AT HOME
 BUT WHOSE ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH WAS NOT REPORTED, WERE ASSIGNED THE
 ENGLISH-LANGUAGE ABILITY OF A RANDOMLY SELECTED PERSON OF THE SAME AGE,
 SPANISH ORIGIN, NATIVITY AND YEAR OF ENTRY, AND LANGUAGE GROUP.

 LINGUISTIC ISOLATION-- A HOUSEHOLD IN WHICH NO PERSON AGE 14 YEARS OR OVER
 SPEAKS ONLY ENGLISH AND NO PERSON AGE 14 YEARS OR OVER WHO SPEAKS A LANGUAGE
 OTHER THAN ENGLISH SPEAKS ENGLISH "VERY WELL" IS CLASSIFIED AS "LINGUISTICALLY
 ISOLATED." ALL THE MEMBERS OF A LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED HOUSEHOLD ARE TABU-
 LATED AS LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED, INCLUDING MEMBERS UNDER AGE 14 YEARS WHO MAY
 SPEAK ONLY ENGLISH.

 LIMITATION OF THE DATA--PERSONS WHO SPEAK A LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH AT
 HOME MAY HAVE FIRST LEARNED THAT LANGUAGE AT SCHOOL. HOWEVER, THESE PERSONS
 WOULD BE EXPECTED TO INDICATE THAT THEY SPOKE ENGLISH "VERY WELL." PERSONS
 WHO SPEAK A LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH, BUT DO NOT DO SO AT HOME, SHOULD
 HAVE BEEN REPORTED AS NOT SPEAKING A LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH AT HOME.

 THE EXTREME DETAIL IN WHICH LANGUAGE NAMES WERE CODED MAY GIVE A FALSE
 IMPRESSION OF THE LINGUISTIC PRECISION OF THESE DATA. THE NAMES USED BY
 SPEAKERS OF A LANGUAGE TO IDENTIFY IT MAY REFLECT ETHNIC, GEOGRAPHIC, OR
 POLITICAL AFFILIATIONS AND DO NOT NECESSARILY RESPECT LINGUISTIC DISTINCTIONS.
 THE CATEGORIES SHOWN IN THE TABULATIONS WERE CHOSEN ON A NUMBER OF CRITERIA,
 SUCH AS INFORMATION ABOUT THE NUMBER OF SPEAKERS OF EACH LANGUAGE THAT MIGHT
 BE EXPECTED IN A SAMPLE OF THE UNITED STATES POPULATION.

 COMPARABILITY--INFORMATION ON LANGUAGE HAS BEEN COLLECTED IN EVERY CENSUS
 SINCE 1890.  THE COMPARABILITY OF DATA AMONG CENSUSES IS LIMITED BY CHANGES
 IN QUESTION WORDING, BY THE SUBPOPULATIONS TO WHOM THE QUESTION WAS ADDRESSED,
 AND BY THE DETAIL THAT WAS PUBLISHED.

 THE SAME QUESTION ON LANGUAGE WAS ASKED IN THE 1980 AND 1990 CENSUSES.  THIS
 QUESTION ON THE CURRENT LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME REPLACED THE QUESTIONS ASKED
 IN PRIOR CENSUSES ON MOTHER TONGUE; THAT IS, THE LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH
 SPOKEN IN THE PERSON'S HOME WHEN HE OR SHE WAS A CHILD; ONE'S FIRST LANGUAGE;
 OR THE LANGUAGE SPOKEN BEFORE IMMIGRATING TO THE UNITED STATES. THE CENSUSES
 OF 1910-1940, 1960 AND 1970 INCLUDED QUESTIONS ON MOTHER TONGUE. A CHANGE IN
 CODING PROCEDURE FROM 1980 TO 1990 SHOULD HAVE IMPROVED ACCURACY OF CODING AND
 MAY AFFECT THE NUMBER OF PERSONS REPORTED IN SOME OF THE 380 PLUS CATEGORIES.
 IT SHOULD NOT GREATLY AFFECT THE 4-GROUP OR 25- GROUP LISTS. IN 1980, CODING
 CLERKS SUPPLIED NUMERIC CODES FOR THE WRITTEN ENTRIES ON EACH QUESTIONNAIRE
 USING A 2,000 NAME REFERENCE LIST.  IN 1990 WRITTEN ENTRIES WERE TRANSCRIBED
 TO A COMPUTER FILE AND MATCHED TO A COMPUTER DICTIONARY WHICH BEGAN WITH THE
 2,000 NAME LIST, BUT EXPANDED AS UNMATCHED NAMES WERE REFERRED TO HEADQUARTERS
 SPECIALISTS FOR RESOLUTION.

 THE QUESTION ON ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH WAS ASKED FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 1980.
 IN TABULATIONS FROM 1980, THE CATEGORIES "VERY WELL" AND "WELL" WERE COMBINED.
 DATA FROM OTHER SURVEYS SUGGESTED A MAJOR DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE CATEGORY
 "VERY WELL" AND THE REMAINING CATEGORIES. IN TABULATIONS SHOWING ABILITY TO
 SPEAK ENGLISH, PERSONS WHO REPORTED THAT THEY SPOKE ENGLISH "VERY WELL" ARE
 PRESENTED SEPARATELY FROM PERSONS WHO REPORTED THEIR ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
 AS LESS THAN "VERY WELL."

MARITAL STATUS

 MARITAL STATUS--THE DATA ON MARITAL STATUS WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS TO QUES-
 TIONNAIRE ITEM 6, WHICH WAS ASKED OF ALL PERSONS. THE MARITAL STATUS CLASSIFI-
 CATION REFERS TO THE STATUS AT THE TIME OF ENUMERATION.  DATA ON MARITAL
 STATUS ARE TABULATED ONLY FOR PERSONS 15 YEARS OLD AND OVER.

 ALL PERSONS WERE ASKED WHETHER THEY WERE "NOW MARRIED," "WIDOWED,"
 "DIVORCED," "SEPARATED," OR "NEVER MARRIED." COUPLES WHO LIVE TOGETHER
 (UNMARRIED PERSONS, PERSONS IN COMMON-LAW MARRIAGES) WERE ALLOWED TO REPORT
 THE MARITAL STATUS THEY CONSIDERED THE MOST APPROPRIATE.

 NEVER MARRIED--INCLUDES ALL PERSONS WHO HAVE NEVER BEEN MARRIED, INCLUDING
 PERSONS WHOSE ONLY MARRIAGE(S) WAS ANNULLED.

 EVER MARRIED--INCLUDES PERSONS MARRIED AT THE TIME OF ENUMERATION (INCLUDING
 THOSE SEPARATED), WIDOWED, OR DIVORCED.

 NOW MARRIED, EXCEPT SEPARATED--INCLUDES PERSONS WHOSE CURRENT MARRIAGE HAS
 NOT ENDED THROUGH WIDOWHOOD, DIVORCE, OR SEPARATION (REGARDLESS OF PREVIOUS
 MARITAL HISTORY). THE CATEGORY MAY ALSO INCLUDE COUPLES WHO LIVE TOGETHER
 OR PERSONS IN COMMON-LAW MARRIAGES IF THEY CONSIDER THIS CATEGORY THE MOST
 APPROPRIATE. IN CERTAIN TABULATIONS, CURRENTLY MARRIED PERSONS ARE FURTHER
 CLASSIFIED AS "SPOUSE PRESENT" OR "SPOUSE ABSENT."

 SEPARATED--INCLUDES PERSONS LEGALLY SEPARATED OR OTHERWISE ABSENT FROM THEIR
 SPOUSE BECAUSE OF MARITAL DISCORD. INCLUDED ARE PERSONS WHO HAVE BEEN DESERTED
 OR WHO HAVE PARTED BECAUSE THEY NO LONGER WANT TO LIVE TOGETHER BUT WHO HAVE
 NOT OBTAINED A DIVORCE.

 WIDOWED--INCLUDES WIDOWS AND WIDOWERS WHO HAVE NOT REMARRIED.

 DIVORCED--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO ARE LEGALLY DIVORCED AND WHO HAVE NOT RE-
 MARRIED.

 IN SELECTED SAMPLE TABULATIONS, DATA FOR MARRIED AND SEPARATED PERSONS ARE
 REORGANIZED AND COMBINED WITH INFORMATION ON THE PRESENCE OF THE SPOUSE IN
 THE SAME HOUSEHOLD.

 NOW MARRIED--ALL PERSONS WHOSE CURRENT MARRIAGE HAS NOT ENDED BY WIDOWHOOD
 OR DIVORCE. THIS CATEGORY INCLUDES PERSONS DEFINED ABOVE AS "SEPARATED."

 SPOUSE PRESENT--MARRIED PERSONS WHOSE WIFE OR HUSBAND WAS ENUMERATED AS A
 MEMBER OF THE SAME HOUSEHOLD, INCLUDING THOSE WHOSE SPOUSE MAY HAVE BEEN
 TEMPORARILY ABSENT FOR SUCH REASONS AS TRAVEL OR HOSPITALIZATION.

 SPOUSE ABSENT--MARRIED PERSONS WHOSE WIFE OR HUSBAND WAS NOT ENUMERATED AS
 A MEMBER OF THE SAME HOUSEHOLD. THIS CATEGORY ALSO INCLUDES ALL MARRIED
 PERSONS LIVING IN GROUP QUARTERS.

 SEPARATED--DEFINED ABOVE.

 SPOUSE ABSENT, OTHER--MARRIED PERSONS WHOSE WIFE OR HUSBAND WAS NOT ENUMERATED
 AS A MEMBER OF THE SAME HOUSEHOLD, EXCLUDING SEPARATED. INCLUDED IS ANY PERSON
 WHOSE SPOUSE WAS EMPLOYED AND LIVING AWAY FROM HOME OR IN AN INSTITUTION OR
 ABSENT IN THE ARMED FORCES.

 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE NUMBER OF CURRENTLY MARRIED MALES AND THE NUMBER OF
 CURRENTLY MARRIED FEMALES OCCUR BECAUSE OF REPORTING DIFFERENCES AND BECAUSE
 SOME HUSBANDS AND WIVES HAVE THEIR USUAL RESIDENCE IN DIFFERENT AREAS. IN
 SAMPLE TABULATIONS, THESE DIFFERENCES CAN ALSO OCCUR BECAUSE DIFFERENT WEIGHTS
 ARE APPLIED TO THE INDIVIDUAL'S DATA. ANY DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE NUMBER OF
 "NOW MARRIED, SPOUSE PRESENT" MALES AND FEMALES ARE DUE SOLELY TO SAMPLE
 WEIGHTING. BY DEFINITION, THE NUMBERS WOULD BE THE SAME.

 WHEN MARITAL STATUS WAS NOT REPORTED, IT WAS IMPUTED ACCORDING TO THE RELA-
 TIONSHIP TO THE HOUSEHOLDER AND SEX AND AGE OF THE PERSON.  (FOR MORE INFOR-
 MATION ON IMPUTATION, SEE APPENDIX C, ACCURACY OF THE DATA.)

 COMPARABILITY--THE 1990 MARITAL STATUS DEFINITIONS ARE THE SAME AS THOSE
 USED IN 1980 WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE TERM "NEVER MARRIED" WHICH REPLACES
 THE TERM "SINGLE" IN TABULATIONS. A GENERAL MARITAL STATUS QUESTION HAS BEEN
 ASKED IN EVERY CENSUS SINCE 1880.

MOBILITY LIMITATION STATUS

 MOBILITY LIMITATION STATUS--THE DATA ON MOBILITY LIMITATION STATUS WERE
 DERIVED FROM ANSWERS TO QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM 19A, WHICH WAS ASKED OF A SAMPLE
 OF PERSONS 15 YEARS OLD AND OVER. PERSONS WERE IDENTIFIED AS HAVING A MOBILITY
 LIMITATION IF THEY HAD A HEALTH CONDITION THAT HAD LASTED FOR 6 OR MORE MONTHS
 AND WHICH MADE IT DIFFICULT TO GO OUTSIDE THE HOME ALONE.  EXAMPLES OF OUTSIDE
 ACTIVITIES ON THE QUESTIONNAIRE INCLUDED SHOPPING AND VISITING THE DOCTOR'S
 OFFICE.

 THE TERM "HEALTH CONDITION" REFERRED TO BOTH PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS.
 A TEMPORARY HEALTH PROBLEM, SUCH AS A BROKEN BONE THAT WAS EXPECTED TO HEAL
 NORMALLY, WAS NOT CONSIDERED A HEALTH CONDITION.

 COMPARABILITY--THIS WAS THE FIRST TIME THAT A QUESTION ON MOBILITY LIMITATION
 WAS INCLUDED IN THE CENSUS.

PLACE OF BIRTH

 PLACE OF BIRTH--THE DATA ON PLACE OF BIRTH WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS TO
 QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM 8, WHICH WAS ASKED ON A SAMPLE BASIS. THE PLACE-OF-BIRTH
 QUESTION ASKED RESPONDENTS TO REPORT THE U.S. STATE, COMMONWEALTH OR TERRI-
 TORY, OR THE FOREIGN COUNTRY WHERE THEY WERE BORN. PERSONS BORN OUTSIDE THE
 UNITED STATES WERE ASKED TO REPORT THEIR PLACE OF BIRTH ACCORDING TO CURRENT
 INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARIES. SINCE NUMEROUS CHANGES IN BOUNDARIES OF FOREIGN
 COUNTRIES HAVE OCCURRED IN THE LAST CENTURY, SOME PERSONS MAY HAVE REPORTED
 THEIR PLACE OF BIRTH IN TERMS OF BOUNDARIES THAT EXISTED AT THE TIME OF THEIR
 BIRTH OR EMIGRATION, OR IN ACCORDANCE WITH THEIR OWN NATIONAL PREFERENCE.

 PERSONS NOT REPORTING PLACE OF BIRTH WERE ASSIGNED THE BIRTHPLACE OF ANOTHER
 FAMILY MEMBER OR WERE ALLOCATED THE RESPONSE OF ANOTHER PERSON WITH SIMILAR
 CHARACTERISTICS. PERSONS ALLOCATED AS FOREIGN BORN WERE NOT ASSIGNED A
 SPECIFIC COUNTRY OF BIRTH BUT WERE CLASSIFIED AS "BORN ABROAD, COUNTRY NOT
 SPECIFIED."

 NATIVITY--INFORMATION ON PLACE OF BIRTH AND CITIZENSHIP WERE USED TO CLASSIFY
 THE POPULATION INTO TWO MAJOR CATEGORIES: NATIVE AND FOREIGN BORN.  WHEN
 INFORMATION ON PLACE OF BIRTH WAS NOT REPORTED, NATIVITY WAS ASSIGNED ON THE
 BASIS OF ANSWERS TO CITIZENSHIP, IF REPORTED, AND OTHER CHARACTERISTICS.

 NATIVE--INCLUDES PERSONS BORN IN THE UNITED STATES, PUERTO RICO, OR AN OUT-
 LYING AREA OF THE UNITED STATES. THE SMALL NUMBER OF PERSONS WHO WERE BORN IN
 A FOREIGN COUNTRY BUT HAVE AT LEAST ONE AMERICAN PARENT ALSO ARE INCLUDED IN
 THIS CATEGORY.

 THE NATIVE POPULATION IS CLASSIFIED IN THE FOLLOWING GROUPS:  PERSONS BORN IN
 THE STATE IN WHICH THEY RESIDED AT THE TIME OF THE CENSUS; PERSONS BORN IN A
 DIFFERENT STATE, BY REGION; PERSONS BORN IN PUERTO RICO OR AN OUTLYING AREA OF
 THE U.S.; AND PERSONS BORN ABROAD WITH AT LEAST ONE AMERICAN PARENT.

 FOREIGN BORN--INCLUDES PERSONS NOT CLASSIFIED AS "NATIVE." PRIOR TO THE 1970
 CENSUS, PERSONS NOT REPORTING PLACE OF BIRTH WERE GENERALLY CLASSIFIED AS
 NATIVE.

 THE FOREIGN-BORN POPULATION IS SHOWN BY SELECTED AREA, COUNTRY, OR REGION OF
 BIRTH: THE PLACES OF BIRTH SHOWN IN DATA PRODUCTS WERE SELECTED BASED ON THE
 NUMBER OF RESPONDENTS WHO REPORTED THAT AREA OR COUNTRY OF BIRTH.

 COMPARABILITY--DATA ON THE STATE OF BIRTH OF THE NATIVE POPULATION HAVE BEEN
 COLLECTED IN EACH CENSUS BEGINNING WITH THAT OF 1850.  SIMILAR DATA WERE SHOWN
 IN TABULATIONS FOR THE 1980 CENSUS AND OTHER RECENT CENSUSES.  NONRESPONSE WAS
 ALLOCATED IN A SIMILAR MANNER IN 1980; HOWEVER, PRIOR TO 1980, NONRESPONSE TO
 THE PLACE OF BIRTH QUESTION WAS NOT ALLOCATED. PRIOR TO THE 1970 CENSUS, PER-
 SONS NOT REPORTING PLACE OF BIRTH WERE GENERALLY CLASSIFIED AS NATIVE.

 THE QUESTIONNAIRE INSTRUCTION TO REPORT MOTHER'S STATE OF RESIDENCE INSTEAD OF
 THE PERSON'S ACTUAL STATE OF BIRTH (IF BORN IN A HOSPITAL IN A DIFFERENT
 STATE) WAS DROPPED IN 1990. EVALUATION STUDIES OF 1970 AND 1980 CENSUS DATA
 DEMONSTRATED THAT THIS INSTRUCTION WAS GENERALLY EITHER IGNORED OR MISUNDER-
 STOOD. SINCE THE HOSPITAL AND THE MOTHER'S RESIDENCE IS IN THE SAME STATE FOR
 MOST BIRTHS, THIS CHANGE MAY HAVE A SLIGHT EFFECT ON STATE OF BIRTH DATA FOR
 STATES WITH LARGE METROPOLITAN AREAS THAT STRADDLE STATE LINES.

POVERTY STATUS IN 1989

 POVERTY STATUS IN 1989--THE DATA ON POVERTY STATUS WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS
 TO THE SAME QUESTIONS AS THE INCOME DATA, QUESTIONNAIRE ITEMS 32 AND 33. (FOR
 MORE INFORMATION, SEE THE DISCUSSION UNDER "INCOME IN 1989.") POVERTY STATIS-
 TICS PRESENTED IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS WERE BASED ON A DEFINITION ORIGINATED BY
 THE SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION IN 1964 AND SUBSEQUENTLY MODIFIED BY FEDE-
 RAL INTERAGENCY COMMITTEES IN 1969 AND 1980 AND PRESCRIBED BY THE OFFICE OF
 MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET IN DIRECTIVE 14 AS THE STANDARD TO BE USED BY FEDERAL
 AGENCIES FOR STATISTICAL PURPOSES.

 AT THE CORE OF THIS DEFINITION WAS THE 1961 ECONOMY FOOD PLAN, THE LEAST
 COSTLY OF FOUR NUTRITIONALLY ADEQUATE FOOD PLANS DESIGNED BY THE DEPARTMENT
 OF AGRICULTURE. IT WAS DETERMINED FROM THE AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT'S 1955
 SURVEY OF FOOD CONSUMPTION THAT FAMILIES OF THREE OR MORE PERSONS SPEND
 APPROXIMATELY ONE-THIRD OF THEIR INCOME ON FOOD; HENCE, THE POVERTY LEVEL FOR
 THESE FAMILIES WAS SET AT THREE TIMES THE COST OF THE ECONOMY FOOD PLAN. FOR
 SMALLER FAMILIES AND PERSONS LIVING ALONE, THE COST OF THE ECONOMY FOOD PLAN
 WAS MULTIPLIED BY FACTORS THAT WERE SLIGHTLY HIGHER TO COMPENSATE FOR THE
 RELATIVELY LARGER FIXED EXPENSES FOR THESE SMALLER HOUSEHOLDS.

 THE INCOME CUTOFFS USED BY THE CENSUS BUREAU TO DETERMINE THE POVERTY STATUS
 OF FAMILIES AND UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS INCLUDED A SET OF 48 THRESHOLDS
 ARRANGED IN A TWO-DIMENSIONAL MATRIX CONSISTING OF FAMILY SIZE (FROM ONE
 PERSON TO NINE OR MORE PERSONS) CROSS-CLASSIFIED BY PRESENCE AND NUMBER OF
 FAMILY MEMBERS UNDER 18 YEARS OLD (FROM NO CHILDREN PRESENT TO EIGHT OR MORE
 CHILDREN PRESENT). UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS AND TWO-PERSON FAMILIES WERE FURTHER
 DIFFERENTIATED BY AGE OF THE HOUSEHOLDER (UNDER 65 YEARS OLD AND 65 YEARS OLD
 AND OVER).

 THE TOTAL INCOME OF EACH FAMILY OR UNRELATED INDIVIDUAL IN THE SAMPLE WAS
 TESTED AGAINST THE APPROPRIATE POVERTY THRESHOLD TO DETERMINE THE POVERTY
 STATUS OF THAT FAMILY OR UNRELATED INDIVIDUAL. IF THE TOTAL INCOME WAS LESS
 THAN THE CORRESPONDING CUTOFF, THE FAMILY OR UNRELATED INDIVIDUAL WAS
 CLASSIFIED AS "BELOW THE POVERTY LEVEL." THE NUMBER OF PERSONS BELOW THE
 POVERTY LEVEL WAS THE SUM OF THE NUMBER OF PERSONS IN FAMILIES WITH INCOMES
 BELOW THE POVERTY LEVEL AND THE NUMBER OF UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS WITH INCOMES
 BELOW THE POVERTY LEVEL.

 THE POVERTY THRESHOLDS ARE REVISED ANNUALLY TO ALLOW FOR CHANGES IN THE COST
 OF LIVING AS REFLECTED IN THE CONSUMER PRICE INDEX. THE AVERAGE POVERTY THRES-
 HOLD FOR A FAMILY OF FOUR PERSONS WAS $12,674 IN 1989.  (FOR MORE INFORMATION,
 SEE TABLE A BELOW.) POVERTY THRESHOLDS WERE APPLIED ON A NATIONAL BASIS AND
 WERE NOT ADJUSTED FOR REGIONAL, STATE OR LOCAL VARIATIONS IN THE COST OF
 LIVING. FOR A DETAILED DISCUSSION OF THE POVERTY DEFINITION, SEE U.S. BUREAU
 OF THE CENSUS, CURRENT POPULATION REPORTS, SERIES P-60, NO. 171, POVERTY IN
 THE UNITED STATES: 1988 AND 1989.

     TABLE A. POVERTY THRESHOLDS IN 1989 BY SIZE OF FAMILY AND NUMBER
                 OF RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS

                WEIGHT            RELATED CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS
 SIZE OF        AVERAGE                                                EIGHT
 FAMILY UNIT    THRESHOLDS  NONE  ONE  TWO THREE FOUR FIVE SIX SEVEN   OR MORE
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 ONE PERSON
 (UNRELATED
 INDIVIDUAL)    $6,310
  UNDER 65 YRS.  6 451  $6,451
   65 YRS. &
   OVER          5,947  5,947

 TWO PERSONS     8,076
  HOUSEHOLDER
  UNDER 65 YRS.  8,343    8,303   $8,547
 HOUSEHOLDER
 65 YRS. & OVER  7,501    7,495    8,515

 THREE PERSONS    9,885   9,699    9,981    $9,990
 FOUR PERSONS    12,674  12,790   12,999    12,575  $12,619
 FIVE PERSONS    14,990  15,424   15,648    15,169   14,798   $14,572
 SIX PERSONS     16,921  17,740   17,811    17,444   17,092    16,569
 SEVEN PERSONS   19,162  20,412   20,540    20,101   19,794    19,224
 EIGHT PERSONS   21,328  22,830   23,031    22,617   22,253    21,738
 NINE OR
  MORE PERSONS   25,480  27,463   27,596    27,229   26,921    26,415

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 TABLE A CONT.


                                  EIGHT OR
  FIVE         SIX        SEVEN       MORE

 $16,259
  18,558     $17,828
  21,084      20,403     $20,230

  25,719      25,089      24,933  $23,973
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 PERSONS FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED-- POVERTY STATUS WAS DETERMINED
 FOR ALL PERSONS EXCEPT INSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS, PERSONS IN MILITARY GROUP
 QUARTERS AND IN COLLEGE DORMITORIES, AND UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS UNDER 15 YEARS
 OLD. THESE GROUPS ALSO WERE EXCLUDED FROM THE DENOMINATOR WHEN CALCULATING
 POVERTY RATES.

 SPECIFIED POVERTY LEVELS--SINCE THE POVERTY LEVELS CURRENTLY IN USE BY THE
 FEDERAL GOVERNMENT DO NOT MEET ALL THE NEEDS OF DATA USERS, SOME OF THE DATA
 ARE PRESENTED FOR ALTERNATE LEVELS. THESE SPECIFIED POVERTY LEVELS ARE OB-
 TAINED BY MULTIPLYING THE INCOME CUTOFFS AT THE POVERTY LEVEL BY THE APPRO-
 PRIATE FACTOR. FOR EXAMPLE, THE AVERAGE INCOME CUTOFF AT 125 PERCENT OF
 POVERTY LEVEL WAS $15,843 ($12,674 X 1.25) IN 1989 FOR A FAMILY OF FOUR
 PERSONS.

 WEIGHTED AVERAGE THRESHOLDS AT THE POVERTY LEVEL--THE AVERAGE THRESHOLDS
 SHOWN IN THE FIRST COLUMN OF TABLE A ARE WEIGHTED BY THE PRESENCE AND NUMBER
 OF CHILDREN. FOR EXAMPLE, THE WEIGHTED AVERAGE THRESHOLD FOR A GIVEN FAMILY
 SIZE IS OBTAINED BY MULTIPLYING THE THRESHOLD FOR EACH PRESENCE AND NUMBER OF
 CHILDREN CATEGORY WITHIN THE GIVEN FAMILY SIZE BY THE NUMBER OF FAMILIES IN
 THAT CATEGORY. THESE PRODUCTS ARE THEN AGGREGATED ACROSS THE ENTIRE RANGE OF
 PRESENCE AND NUMBER OF CHILDREN CATEGORIES, AND THE AGGREGATE IS DIVIDED BY
 THE TOTAL NUMBER OF FAMILIES IN THE GROUP TO YIELD THE WEIGHTED AVERAGE THRES-
 HOLD AT THE POVERTY LEVEL FOR THAT FAMILY SIZE.

 SINCE THE BASIC THRESHOLDS USED TO DETERMINE THE POVERTY STATUS OF FAMILIES
 AND UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS ARE APPLIED TO ALL FAMILIES AND UNRELATED INDIVI-
 DUALS, THE WEIGHTED AVERAGE POVERTY THRESHOLDS ARE DERIVED USING ALL FAMILIES
 AND UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS RATHER THAN JUST THOSE CLASSIFIED AS BEING BELOW THE
 POVERTY LEVEL. TO OBTAIN THE WEIGHTED POVERTY THRESHOLDS FOR FAMILIES AND UN-
 RELATED INDIVIDUALS BELOW ALTERNATE POVERTY LEVELS, THE WEIGHTED THRESHOLDS
 SHOWN IN TABLE A MAY BE MULTIPLIED DIRECTLY BY THE APPROPRIATE FACTOR. THE
 WEIGHTED AVERAGE THRESHOLDS PRESENTED IN THE TABLE ARE BASED ON THE MARCH 1990
 CURRENT POPULATION SURVEY. HOWEVER, THESE THRESHOLDS WOULD NOT DIFFER SIGNIFI-
 CANTLY FROM THOSE BASED ON THE 1990 CENSUS.

 INCOME DEFICIT--REPRESENTS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE TOTAL INCOME OF FAMILIES
 AND UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS BELOW THE POVERTY LEVEL AND THEIR RESPECTIVE POVERTY
 THRESHOLDS. IN COMPUTING THE INCOME DEFICIT, FAMILIES REPORTING A NET INCOME
 LOSS ARE ASSIGNED ZERO DOLLARS AND FOR SUCH CASES THE DEFICIT IS EQUAL TO THE
 POVERTY THRESHOLD.

 THIS MEASURE PROVIDED AN ESTIMATE OF THE AMOUNT WHICH WOULD BE REQUIRED TO
 RAISE THE INCOMES OF ALL POOR FAMILIES AND UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS TO THEIR
 RESPECTIVE POVERTY THRESHOLDS. THE INCOME DEFICIT IS THUS A MEASURE OF THE
 DEGREE OF IMPOVERISHMENT OF A FAMILY OR UNRELATED INDIVIDUAL. HOWEVER, CAUTION
 MUST BE USED IN COMPARING THE AVERAGE DEFICITS OF FAMILIES WITH DIFFERENT
 CHARACTERISTICS. APPARENT DIFFERENCES IN AVERAGE INCOME DEFICITS MAY, TO SOME
 EXTENT, BE A FUNCTION OF DIFFERENCES IN FAMILY SIZE.

 MEAN INCOME DEFICIT--REPRESENTS THE AMOUNT OBTAINED BY DIVIDING THE TOTAL
 INCOME DEFICIT OF A GROUP BELOW THE POVERTY LEVEL BY THE NUMBER OF FAMILIES
 (OR UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS) IN THAT GROUP.

 COMPARABILITY--THE POVERTY DEFINITION USED IN THE 1990 AND 1980 CENSUSES
 DIFFERED SLIGHTLY FROM THE ONE USED IN THE 1970 CENSUS. THREE TECHNICAL
 MODIFICATIONS WERE MADE TO THE DEFINITION USED IN THE 1970 CENSUS AS DESCRIBED
 BELOW:

 1. THE SEPARATE THRESHOLDS FOR FAMILIES WITH A FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER WITH
   NO HUSBAND PRESENT AND ALL OTHER FAMILIES WERE ELIMINATED. FOR THE 1980
   AND 1990 CENSUSES, THE WEIGHTED AVERAGE OF THE POVERTY THRESHOLDS FOR
   THESE TWO TYPES OF FAMILIES WAS APPLIED TO ALL TYPES OF FAMILIES,
   REGARDLESS OF THE SEX OF THE HOUSEHOLDER.

 2. FARM FAMILIES AND FARM UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS NO LONGER HAD A SET OF
   POVERTY THRESHOLDS THAT WERE LOWER THAN THE THRESHOLDS APPLIED TO
   NONFARM FAMILIES AND UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS. THE FARM THRESHOLDS WERE 85
   PERCENT OF THE CORRESPONDING LEVELS FOR NONFARM FAMILIES IN THE 1970
   CENSUS. THE SAME THRESHOLDS WERE APPLIED TO ALL FAMILIES AND UNRELATED
   INDIVIDUALS REGARDLESS OF RESIDENCE IN 1980 AND 1990.

 3. THE THRESHOLDS BY SIZE OF FAMILY WERE EXTENDED FROM SEVEN OR MORE
   PERSONS IN 1970 TO NINE OR MORE PERSONS IN 1980 AND 1990.

 THESE CHANGES RESULTED IN A MINIMAL INCREASE IN THE NUMBER OF POOR AT THE
 NATIONAL LEVEL. FOR A COMPLETE DISCUSSION OF THESE MODIFICATIONS AND THEIR
 IMPACT, SEE THE CURRENT POPULATION REPORTS, SERIES P-60, NO. 133.

 THE POPULATION COVERED IN THE POVERTY STATISTICS DERIVED FROM THE 1980 AND
 1990 CENSUSES WAS ESSENTIALLY THE SAME AS IN THE 1970 CENSUS.  THE ONLY
 DIFFERENCE WAS THAT IN 1980 AND 1990, UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS UNDER 15 YEARS OLD
 WERE EXCLUDED FROM THE POVERTY UNIVERSE, WHILE IN 1970, ONLY THOSE UNDER 14
 YEARS OLD WERE EXCLUDED. THE POVERTY DATA FROM THE 1960 CENSUS EXCLUDED ALL
 PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS AND INCLUDED ALL UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS REGARDLESS OF
 AGE. IT WAS UNLIKELY THAT THESE DIFFERENCES IN POPULATION COVERAGE WOULD HAVE
 HAD SIGNIFICANT IMPACT WHEN COMPARING THE POVERTY DATA FOR PERSONS SINCE THE
 1960 CENSUSES.

 CURRENT POPULATION SURVEY--BECAUSE OF DIFFERENCES IN THE QUESTIONNAIRES AND
 DATA COLLECTION PROCEDURES, ESTIMATES OF THE NUMBER OF PERSONS BELOW THE
 POVERTY LEVEL BY VARIOUS CHARACTERISTICS FROM THE 1990 CENSUS MAY DIFFER FROM
 THOSE REPORTED IN THE MARCH 1990 CURRENT POPULATION SURVEY.

RACE

 RACE--THE DATA ON RACE WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS TO QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM 4,
 WHICH WAS ASKED OF ALL PERSONS. THE CONCEPT OF RACE AS USED BY THE CENSUS
 BUREAU REFLECTS SELF-IDENTIFICATION; IT DOES NOT DENOTE ANY CLEAR-CUT
 SCIENTIFIC DEFINITION OF BIOLOGICAL STOCK. THE DATA FOR RACE REPRESENT SELF-
 CLASSIFICATION BY PEOPLE ACCORDING TO THE RACE WITH WHICH THEY MOST CLOSELY
 IDENTIFY. FURTHERMORE, IT IS RECOGNIZED THAT THE CATEGORIES OF THE RACE ITEM
 INCLUDE BOTH RACIAL AND NATIONAL ORIGIN OR SOCIO-CULTURAL GROUPS.

 DURING DIRECT INTERVIEWS CONDUCTED BY ENUMERATORS, IF A PERSON COULD NOT
 PROVIDE A SINGLE RESPONSE TO THE RACE QUESTION, HE OR SHE WAS ASKED TO SELECT,
 BASED ON SELF-IDENTIFICATION, THE GROUP WHICH BEST DESCRIBED HIS OR HER RACIAL
 IDENTITY. IF A PERSON COULD NOT PROVIDE A SINGLE RACE RESPONSE, THE RACE OF
 THE MOTHER WAS USED. IF A SINGLE RACE RESPONSE COULD NOT BE PROVIDED FOR THE
 PERSON'S MOTHER, THE FIRST RACE REPORTED BY THE PERSON WAS USED. IN ALL CASES
 WHERE OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS, HOUSEHOLDS, OR FAMILIES ARE CLASSIFIED BY RACE,
 THE RACE OF THE HOUSEHOLDER WAS USED.

 THE RACIAL CLASSIFICATION USED BY THE CENSUS BUREAU GENERALLY ADHERES TO THE
 GUIDELINES IN FEDERAL STATISTICAL DIRECTIVE NO. 15, ISSUED BY THE OFFICE OF
 MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET, WHICH PROVIDES STANDARDS ON ETHNIC AND RACIAL CATE-
 GORIES FOR STATISTICAL REPORTING TO BE USED BY ALL FEDERAL AGENCIES. THE
 RACIAL CATEGORIES USED IN THE 1990 CENSUS DATA PRODUCTS ARE PROVIDED BELOW.

 WHITE--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO INDICATED THEIR RACE AS "WHITE" OR REPORTED
 ENTRIES SUCH AS CANADIAN, GERMAN, ITALIAN, LEBANESE, NEAR EASTERNER, ARAB, OR
 POLISH.

 BLACK--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO INDICATED THEIR RACE AS "BLACK OR NEGRO" OR
 REPORTED ENTRIES SUCH AS AFRICAN AMERICAN, AFRO-AMERICAN, BLACK PUERTO RICAN,
 JAMAICAN, NIGERIAN, WEST INDIAN, OR HAITIAN.

 AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO CLASSIFIED THEMSELVES
 AS SUCH IN ONE OF THE SPECIFIC RACE CATEGORIES IDENTIFIED BELOW.

 AMERICAN INDIAN--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO INDICATED THEIR RACE AS "AMERICAN
 INDIAN," ENTERED THE NAME OF AN INDIAN TRIBE, OR REPORTED SUCH ENTRIES AS
 CANADIAN INDIAN, FRENCH-AMERICAN INDIAN, OR SPANISH-AMERICAN INDIAN.

 AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBE--PERSONS WHO IDENTIFIED THEMSELVES AS AMERICAN INDIAN
 WERE ASKED TO REPORT THEIR ENROLLED OR PRINCIPAL TRIBE.  THEREFORE, TRIBAL
 DATA IN TABULATIONS REFLECT THE WRITTEN TRIBAL ENTRIES REPORTED ON THE
 QUESTIONNAIRES. SOME OF THE ENTRIES (FOR EXAMPLE, IROQUOIS, SIOUX, COLORADO
 RIVER, AND FLATHEAD) REPRESENT NATIONS OR RESERVATIONS.

 THE INFORMATION ON TRIBE IS BASED ON SELF-IDENTIFICATION AND THEREFORE DOES
 NOT REFLECT ANY DESIGNATION OF FEDERALLY- OR STATE-RECOGNIZED TRIBE. INFORMA-
 TION ON AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBES IS PRESENTED IN SUMMARY TAPE FILES AND SPECIAL
 DATA PRODUCTS. THE INFORMATION IS DERIVED FROM THE AMERICAN INDIAN DETAILED
 TRIBAL CLASSIFICATION LIST FOR THE 1990 CENSUS. THE CLASSIFICATION LIST RE-
 PRESENTS ALL TRIBES, BANDS, AND CLANS THAT HAD A SPECIFIED NUMBER OF AMERICAN
 INDIANS REPORTED ON THE CENSUS QUESTIONNAIRE.

 ESKIMO--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO INDICATED THEIR RACE AS "ESKIMO" OR REPORTED
 ENTRIES SUCH AS ARCTIC SLOPE, INUPIAT, AND YUPIK.

 ALEUT--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO INDICATED THEIR RACE AS "ALEUT" OR REPORTED
 ENTRIES SUCH AS ALUTIIQ, EGEGIK, AND PRIBILOVIAN.

 ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO REPORTED IN ONE OF THE ASIAN
 OR PACIFIC ISLANDER GROUPS LISTED ON THE QUESTIONNAIRE OR WHO PROVIDED
 WRITE-IN RESPONSES SUCH AS THAI, NEPALI, OR TONGAN. A MORE DETAILED LISTING
 OF THE GROUPS COMPRISING THE ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER POPULATION IS PRESENTED
 IN FIGURE 2 BELOW. IN SOME DATA PRODUCTS, INFORMATION IS PRESENTED SEPARATELY
 FOR THE ASIAN POPULATION AND THE PACIFIC ISLANDER POPULATION.

 ASIAN--INCLUDES "CHINESE," "FILIPINO," "JAPANESE," "ASIAN INDIAN," "KOREAN,"
 "VIETNAMESE," AND "OTHER ASIAN." IN SOME TABLES, "OTHER ASIAN" MAY NOT BE
 SHOWN SEPARATELY, BUT IS INCLUDED IN THE TOTAL ASIAN POPULATION.

 CHINESE--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO INDICATED THEIR RACE AS "CHINESE" OR WHO IDENTI-
 FIED THEMSELVES AS CANTONESE, TIBETAN, OR CHINESE AMERICAN.  IN STANDARD
 CENSUS REPORTS, PERSONS WHO REPORTED AS "TAIWANESE" OR "FORMOSAN" ARE INCLUDED
 HERE WITH CHINESE.  IN SPECIAL REPORTS ON THE ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER POPU-
 LATION, INFORMATION ON PERSONS WHO IDENTIFIED THEMSELVES AS TAIWANESE ARE
 SHOWN SEPARATELY.

 FILIPINO--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO INDICATED THEIR RACE AS "FILIPINO" OR REPORTED
 ENTRIES SUCH AS PHILIPINO, PHILIPINE, OR FILIPINO AMERICAN.

 JAPANESE--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO INDICATED THEIR RACE AS "JAPANESE" AND PERSONS
 WHO IDENTIFIED THEMSELVES AS NIPPONESE OR JAPANESE AMERICAN.

 ASIAN INDIAN--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO INDICATED THEIR RACE AS "ASIAN INDIAN" AND
 PERSONS WHO IDENTIFIED THEMSELVES AS BENGALESE, BHARAT, DRAVIDIAN, EAST
 INDIAN, OR GOANESE.

 KOREAN--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO INDICATED THEIR RACE AS "KOREAN" AND PERSONS WHO
 IDENTIFIED THEMSELVES AS KOREAN AMERICAN.

 VIETNAMESE--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO INDICATED THEIR RACE AS "VIETNAMESE" AND
 PERSONS WHO IDENTIFIED THEMSELVES AS VIETNAMESE AMERICAN.

 CAMBODIAN--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO PROVIDED A WRITE-IN RESPONSE SUCH AS
 CAMBODIAN OR CAMBODIA.

 HMONG--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO PROVIDED A WRITE-IN RESPONSE SUCH AS HMONG,
 LAOHMONG, OR MONG.

 LAOTIAN--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO PROVIDED A WRITE-IN RESPONSE SUCH AS LAOTIAN,
 LAOS, OR LAO.

 THAI--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO PROVIDED A WRITE-IN RESPONSE SUCH AS THAI, THAI-
 LAND, OR SIAMESE.

 OTHER ASIAN--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO PROVIDED A WRITE-IN RESPONSE OF BANGLADESHI,
 BURMESE, INDONESIAN, PAKISTANI, SRI LANKAN, AMERASIAN, OR EURASIAN. SEE FIGURE
 2 FOR OTHER GROUPS COMPRISING "OTHER ASIAN."

 PACIFIC ISLANDER--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO INDICATED THEIR RACE AS "PACIFIC
 ISLANDER" BY CLASSIFYING THEMSELVES INTO ONE OF THE FOLLOWING GROUPS OR
 IDENTIFYING THEMSELVES AS ONE OF THE PACIFIC ISLANDER CULTURAL GROUPS OF
 POLYNESIAN, MICRONESIAN, OR MELANESIAN.

 HAWAIIAN--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO INDICATED THEIR RACE AS "HAWAIIAN" AS WELL
 AS PERSONS WHO IDENTIFIED THEMSELVES AS PART HAWAIIAN OR NATIVE HAWAIIAN.

 SAMOAN--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO INDICATED THEIR RACE AS "SAMOAN" OR PERSONS
 WHO IDENTIFIED THEMSELVES AS AMERICAN SAMOAN OR WESTERN SAMOAN.

 GUAMANIAN--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO INDICATED THEIR RACE AS "GUAMANIAN" OR
 PERSONS WHO IDENTIFIED THEMSELVES AS CHAMORRO OR GUAM.

 OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO PROVIDED A WRITE-IN RESPONSE
 OF A PACIFIC ISLANDER GROUP SUCH AS TAHITIAN, NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDER,
 PALAUAN, FIJIAN, OR A CULTURAL GROUP SUCH AS POLYNESIAN, MICRONESIAN, OR
 MELANESIAN. SEE FIGURE 2 FOR OTHER GROUPS COMPRISING "OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER."

 OTHER RACE--INCLUDES ALL OTHER PERSONS NOT INCLUDED IN THE "WHITE," "BLACK,"
 "AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT," AND THE "ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER"
 RACE CATEGORIES DESCRIBED ABOVE.  PERSONS REPORTING IN THE "OTHER RACE"
 CATEGORY AND PROVIDING WRITE-IN ENTRIES SUCH AS MULTIRACIAL, MULTIETHNIC,
 MIXED, INTERRACIAL, WESORT, OR A SPANISH/HISPANIC ORIGIN GROUP (SUCH AS
 MEXICAN, CUBAN, OR PUERTO RICAN) ARE INCLUDED HERE.

 WRITTEN ENTRIES TO THREE CATEGORIES ON THE RACE ITEM--"INDIAN (AMER.),"
 "OTHER ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER (API)," AND "OTHER RACE"--WERE REVIEWED,
 EDITED, AND CODED BY SUBJECT MATTER SPECIALISTS. (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON
 THE CODING OPERATION, SEE THE SECTION BELOW THAT DISCUSSES "COMPARABILITY.")

 THE WRITTEN ENTRIES UNDER "INDIAN (AMER.)" AND "OTHER ASIAN OR PACIFIC
 ISLANDER (API)" WERE REVIEWED AND CODED DURING 100-PERCENT PROCESSING OF THE
 1990 CENSUS QUESTIONNAIRES. A SUBSTANTIAL PORTION OF THE ENTRIES FOR THE
 "OTHER RACE" CATEGORY ALSO WERE REVIEWED, EDITED, AND CODED DURING THE 100-
 PERCENT PROCESSING. THE REMAINING ENTRIES UNDER "OTHER RACE" UNDERWENT REVIEW
 AND CODING DURING SAMPLE PROCESSING. MOST OF THE WRITTEN ENTRIES REVIEWED AND
 CODED DURING SAMPLE PROCESSING WERE THOSE INDICATING HISPANIC ORIGIN SUCH AS
 MEXICAN, CUBAN, OR PUERTO RICAN.

 IF THE RACE ENTRY FOR A MEMBER OF A HOUSEHOLD WAS MISSING ON THE QUESTION-
 NAIRE, RACE WAS ASSIGNED BASED UPON THE REPORTED ENTRIES OF RACE BY OTHER
 HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS USING SPECIFIC RULES OF PRECEDENCE OF HOUSEHOLD RELATION-
 SHIP. FOR EXAMPLE, IF RACE WAS MISSING FOR THE DAUGHTER OF THE HOUSEHOLDER,
 THEN THE RACE OF HER MOTHER (AS FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER OR FEMALE SPOUSE) WOULD BE
 ASSIGNED. IF THERE WAS NO FEMALE HOUSEHOLDER OR SPOUSE IN THE HOUSEHOLD, THE
 DAUGHTER WOULD BE ASSIGNED HER FATHER'S (MALE HOUSEHOLDER) RACE. IF RACE WAS
 NOT REPORTED FOR ANYONE IN THE HOUSEHOLD, THE RACE OF A HOUSEHOLDER IN A
 PREVIOUSLY PROCESSED HOUSEHOLD WAS ASSIGNED. THIS PROCEDURE IS A VARIATION
 OF THE GENERAL IMPUTATION PROCEDURES DESCRIBED IN APPENDIX C, ACCURACY OF THE
 DATA.

 LIMITATION OF THE DATA--IN THE 1980 CENSUS, A RELATIVELY HIGH PROPORTION (20
 PERCENT) OF AMERICAN INDIANS DID NOT REPORT ANY TRIBAL ENTRY IN THE RACE ITEM.
 EVALUATION OF THE PRE-CENSUS TESTS INDICATED THAT CHANGES MADE FOR THE 1990
 RACE ITEM SHOULD IMPROVE THE REPORTING OF TRIBES IN THE RURAL AREAS (ESPE-
 CIALLY ON RESERVATIONS) FOR THE 1990 CENSUS. THE RESULTS FOR URBAN AREAS WERE
 INCONCLUSIVE. ALSO, THE PRECENSUS TESTS INDICATED THAT THERE MAY BE OVERRE-
 PORTING OF THE CHEROKEE TRIBE. AN EVALUATION OF 1980 CENSUS DATA SHOWED OVER-
 REPORTING OF CHEROKEE IN URBAN AREAS OR AREAS WHERE THE NUMBER OF AMERICAN
 INDIANS WAS SPARSE.

 IN THE 1990 CENSUS, RESPONDENTS SOMETIMES DID NOT FILL IN A CIRCLE OR FILLED
 THE "OTHER RACE" CIRCLE AND WROTE IN A RESPONSE, SUCH AS ARAB, POLISH, OR
 AFRICAN AMERICAN IN THE SHARED WRITE-IN BOX FOR "OTHER RACE" AND "OTHER API"
 RESPONSES. DURING THE AUTOMATED CODING PROCESS, THESE RESPONSES WERE EDITED
 AND ASSIGNED TO THE APPROPRIATE RACIAL DESIGNATION. ALSO, SOME HISPANIC ORIGIN
 PERSONS DID NOT FILL IN A CIRCLE, BUT PROVIDED ENTRIES SUCH AS MEXICAN OR
 PUERTO RICAN. THESE PERSONS WERE CLASSIFIED IN THE "OTHER RACE" CATEGORY
 DURING THE CODING AND EDITING PROCESS. THERE MAY BE SOME MINOR DIFFERENCES
 BETWEEN SAMPLE DATA AND 100-PERCENT DATA BECAUSE SAMPLE PROCESSING INCLUDED
 ADDITIONAL EDITS NOT INCLUDED IN THE 100-PERCENT PROCESSING.

 FIGURE 2. ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER GROUPS REPORTED IN THE 1990 CENSUS

            ASIAN                              PACIFIC ISLANDER

 CHINESE                                HAWAIIAN
 FILIPINO                               SAMOAN
 JAPANESE                               GUAMANIAN
 ASIAN INDIAN                           OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER(1)
 KOREAN                                   CAROLINIAN
 VIETNAMESE                               FIJIAN
 CAMBODIAN                                KOSRAEAN
 HMONG                                    MELANESIAN(3)
 LAOTIAN                                  MICRONESIAN(3)
 THAI                                     NORTHERN MARIANA
 ISLANDER
 OTHER ASIAN(1)                           PALAUAN
   BANGLADESHI                            PAPUA NEW GUINEAN
   BHUTANESE                              PONAPEAN (POHNPEIAN)
   BORNEO                                 POLYNESIAN(3)
   BURMESE                                SOLOMON ISLANDER
   CELEBESIAN                             TAHITIAN
   CERAM                                  TARAWA ISLANDER
   INDOCHINESE                            TOKELAUAN
   INDONESIAN                             TONGAN
   IWO-JIMAN                              TRUKESE (CHUUKESE)
   JAVANESE                               YAPESE
   MALAYAN                                PACIFIC ISLANDER, NOT SPECIFIED
   MALDIVIAN
   NEPALI
   OKINAWAN
   PAKISTANI
   SIKKIM
   SINGAPOREAN
   SRI LANKAN
   SUMATRAN
   ASIAN, NOT SPECIFIED(2)

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 (1)IN SOME DATA PRODUCTS, SPECIFIC GROUPS LISTED UNDER "OTHER ASIAN" OR
 "OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER" ARE SHOWN SEPARATELY. GROUPS NOT SHOWN ARE
 TABULATED AS "ALL OTHER ASIAN" OR "ALL OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER," RESPECTIVELY.

 (2)INCLUDES ENTRIES SUCH AS ASIAN AMERICAN, ASIAN, ASIATIC, AMERASIAN, AND
 EURASIAN.

 (3)POLYNESIAN, MICRONESIAN, AND MELANESIAN ARE PACIFIC ISLANDER CULTURAL
 GROUPS.

 COMPARABILITY--DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE 1990 CENSUS AND EARLIER CENSUSES
 AFFECT THE COMPARABILITY OF DATA FOR CERTAIN RACIAL GROUPS AND AMERICAN
 INDIAN TRIBES. THE 1990 CENSUS WAS THE FIRST CENSUS TO UNDERTAKE, ON A 100-
 PERCENT BASIS, AN AUTOMATED REVIEW, EDIT, AND CODING OPERATION FOR WRITTEN
 RESPONSES TO THE RACE ITEM. THE AUTOMATED CODING SYSTEM USED IN THE 1990
 CENSUS GREATLY REDUCED THE POTENTIAL FOR ERROR ASSOCIATED WITH A CLERICAL
 REVIEW. SPECIALISTS WITH A THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE OF THE RACE SUBJECT MATTER
 REVIEWED, EDITED, CODED, AND RESOLVED INCONSISTENT OR INCOMPLETE RESPONSES.
 IN THE 1980 CENSUS, THERE WAS ONLY A LIMITED CLERICAL REVIEW OF THE RACE
 RESPONSES ON THE 100-PERCENT FORMS WITH A FULL CLERICAL REVIEW CONDUCTED
 ONLY ON THE SAMPLE QUESTIONNAIRES.

 ANOTHER MAJOR DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE 1990 AND PRECEDING CENSUSES IS THE
 HANDLING OF THE WRITE-IN RESPONSES FOR THE ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER POPU-
 LATIONS. IN ADDITION TO THE NINE ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER CATEGORIES SHOWN ON
 THE QUESTIONNAIRE UNDER THE SPANNER "ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER (API)," THE
 1990 CENSUS RACE ITEM PROVIDED A NEW RESIDUAL CATEGORY, "OTHER API," FOR ASIAN
 OR PACIFIC ISLANDER PERSONS WHO DID NOT REPORT IN ONE OF THE LISTED ASIAN OR
 PACIFIC ISLANDER GROUPS. DURING THE CODING OPERATION, WRITE-IN RESPONSES
 FOR "OTHER API" WERE REVIEWED, CODED, AND ASSIGNED TO THE APPROPRIATE CLASSI-
 FICATION. FOR EXAMPLE, IN 1990, A WRITE-IN ENTRY OF LAOTIAN, THAI, OR JAVANESE
 IS CLASSIFIED AS "OTHER ASIAN," WHILE A WRITE-IN ENTRY OF TONGAN OR FIJIAN IS
 CLASSIFIED AS "OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER." IN THE 1990 CENSUS, THESE PERSONS WERE
 ABLE TO IDENTIFY AS "OTHER API" IN BOTH THE 100-PERCENT AND SAMPLE OPERATIONS.

 IN THE 1980 CENSUS, THE NINE ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER GROUPS WERE ALSO LISTED
 SEPARATELY. HOWEVER, PERSONS NOT BELONGING TO THESE NINE GROUPS WROTE IN THEIR
 SPECIFIC RACIAL GROUP UNDER THE "OTHER" RACE CATEGORY. PERSONS WITH A WRITTEN
 ENTRY SUCH AS LAOTIAN, THAI, OR TONGAN, WERE TABULATED AND PUBLISHED AS "OTHER
 RACE" IN THE 100-PERCENT PROCESSING OPERATION IN 1980, BUT WERE RECLASSIFIED
 AS "OTHER ASIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER" IN 1980 SAMPLE TABULATIONS. IN 1980
 SPECIAL REPORTS ON THE ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER POPULATIONS, DATA WERE SHOWN
 SEPARATELY FOR "OTHER ASIAN" AND "OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER."

 THE 1970 QUESTIONNAIRE DID NOT HAVE SEPARATE RACE CATEGORIES FOR ASIAN INDIAN,
 VIETNAMESE, SAMOAN, AND GUAMANIAN. THESE PERSONS INDICATED THEIR RACE IN THE
 "OTHER" CATEGORY AND LATER, THROUGH THE EDITING PROCESS, WERE ASSIGNED TO A
 SPECIFIC GROUP. FOR EXAMPLE, IN 1970, ASIAN INDIANS WERE RECLASSIFIED AS
 "WHITE," WHILE VIETNAMESE, GUAMANIANS, AND SAMOANS WERE INCLUDED IN THE
 "OTHER" CATEGORY.

 ANOTHER DIFFERENCE BETWEEN 1990 AND PRECEDING CENSUSES IS THE APPROACH TAKEN
 WHEN PERSONS OF SPANISH/HISPANIC ORIGIN DID NOT REPORT IN A SPECIFIC RACE
 CATEGORY BUT REPORTED AS "OTHER RACE" OR "OTHER."  THESE PERSONS COMMONLY
 PROVIDED A WRITE-IN ENTRY SUCH AS MEXICAN, VENEZUELAN, OR LATINO. IN THE 1990
 AND 1980 CENSUSES, THESE ENTRIES REMAINED IN THE "OTHER RACE" OR "OTHER"
 CATEGORY, RESPECTIVELY. IN THE 1970 CENSUS, MOST OF THESE PERSONS WERE
 INCLUDED IN THE "WHITE" CATEGORY.

REFERENCE WEEK

 THE DATA ON LABOR FORCE STATUS AND JOURNEY TO WORK WERE RELATED TO THE
 REFERENCE WEEK; THAT IS, THE CALENDAR WEEK PRECEDING THE DATE ON WHICH THE
 RESPONDENTS COMPLETED THEIR QUESTIONNAIRES OR WERE INTERVIEWED BY ENUMERATORS.
 THIS WEEK IS NOT THE SAME FOR ALL RESPONDENTS SINCE THE ENUMERATION WAS NOT
 COMPLETED IN ONE WEEK. THE OCCURRENCE OF HOLIDAYS DURING THE ENUMERATION
 PERIOD COULD AFFECT THE DATA ON ACTUAL HOURS WORKED DURING THE REFERENCE WEEK,
 BUT PROBABLY HAD NO EFFECT ON OVERALL MEASUREMENT OF EMPLOYMENT STATUS (SEE
 THE DISCUSSION BELOW ON "COMPARABILITY").

 COMPARABILITY--THE REFERENCE WEEKS FOR THE 1990 AND 1980 CENSUSES DIFFER IN
 THAT PASSOVER AND GOOD FRIDAY OCCURRED IN THE FIRST WEEK OF APRIL 1980, BUT
 IN THE SECOND WEEK OF APRIL 1990. MANY WORKERS PRESUMABLY TOOK TIME OFF FOR
 THOSE OBSERVANCES. THE DIFFERING OCCURRENCE OF THESE HOLIDAYS COULD AFFECT
 THE COMPARABILITY OF THE 1990 AND 1980 DATA ON ACTUAL HOURS WORKED FOR SOME
 AREAS IF THE RESPECTIVE WEEKS WERE THE REFERENCE WEEKS FOR A SIGNIFICANT
 NUMBER OF PERSONS. THE HOLIDAYS PROBABLY DID NOT AFFECT THE OVERALL MEASURE-
 MENT OF EMPLOYMENT STATUS SINCE THIS INFORMATION WAS BASED ON WORK ACTIVITY
 DURING THE ENTIRE REFERENCE WEEK.

RESIDENCE IN 1985

 THE DATA ON RESIDENCE IN 1985 WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS TO QUESTION 14B, WHICH
 ASKED FOR THE STATE (OR FOREIGN COUNTRY), COUNTY, AND PLACE OF RESIDENCE ON
 APRIL 1, 1985, FOR THOSE PERSONS REPORTING IN QUESTION 14A THAT ON THAT DATE
 THEY LIVED IN A DIFFERENT HOUSE THAN THEIR CURRENT RESIDENCE. RESIDENCE IN
 1985 IS USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH LOCATION OF CURRENT RESIDENCE TO DETERMINE
 THE EXTENT OF RESIDENTIAL MOBILITY OF THE POPULATION AND THE RESULTING REDIS-
 TRIBUTION OF THE POPULATION ACROSS THE VARIOUS STATES, METROPOLITAN AREAS, AND
 REGIONS OF THE COUNTRY.

 WHEN NO INFORMATION ON RESIDENCE IN 1985 WAS REPORTED FOR A PERSON, INFORMA-
 TION FOR OTHER FAMILY MEMBERS, IF AVAILABLE, WAS USED TO ASSIGN A LOCATION OF
 RESIDENCE IN 1985. ALL CASES OF NONRESPONSE OR INCOMPLETE RESPONSE THAT WERE
 NOT ASSIGNED A PREVIOUS RESIDENCE BASED ON INFORMATION FROM OTHER FAMILY MEM-
 BERS WERE ALLOCATED THE PREVIOUS RESIDENCE OF ANOTHER PERSON WITH SIMILAR
 CHARACTERISTICS WHO PROVIDED COMPLETE INFORMATION.

 THE TABULATION CATEGORY, "SAME HOUSE," INCLUDES ALL PERSONS 5 YEARS OLD AND
 OVER WHO DID NOT MOVE DURING THE 5 YEARS AS WELL AS THOSE WHO HAD MOVED BUT
 BY 1990 HAD RETURNED TO THEIR 1985 RESIDENCE. THE CATEGORY, "DIFFERENT HOUSE
 IN THE UNITED STATES," INCLUDES PERSONS WHO LIVED IN THE UNITED STATES IN 1985
 BUT IN A DIFFERENT HOUSE OR APARTMENT FROM THE ONE THEY OCCUPIED ON APRIL 1,
 1990. THESE MOVERS ARE THEN FURTHER SUBDIVIDED ACCORDING TO THE TYPE OF MOVE.

 IN MOST TABULATIONS, MOVERS ARE DIVIDED INTO THREE GROUPS ACCORDING TO THEIR
 1985 RESIDENCE: "DIFFERENT HOUSE, SAME COUNTY," "DIFFERENT COUNTY, SAME
 STATE," AND "DIFFERENT STATE." THE LAST GROUP MAY BE FURTHER SUBDIVIDED INTO
 REGION OF RESIDENCE IN 1985.  THE CATEGORY, "ABROAD," INCLUDES THOSE PERSONS
 WHO WERE RESIDING IN A FOREIGN COUNTRY, PUERTO RICO, OR AN OUTLYING AREA OF
 THE U.S. IN 1985, INCLUDING MEMBERS OF THE ARMED FORCES AND THEIR DEPENDENTS.
 SOME TABULATIONS SHOW MOVERS WHO WERE RESIDING IN PUERTO RICO OR AN OUTLYING
 AREA IN 1985 SEPARATELY FROM THOSE RESIDING IN OTHER COUNTRIES.

 IN TABULATIONS FOR METROPOLITAN AREAS, MOVERS ARE CATEGORIZED ACCORDING TO THE
 METROPOLITAN STATUS OF THEIR CURRENT AND PREVIOUS RESIDENCES, RESULTING IN
 SUCH GROUPS AS MOVERS WITHIN AN MSA/PMSA, MOVERS BETWEEN PMSA'S, MOVERS FROM
 NONMETROPOLITAN AREAS TO MSA/PMSA, AND MOVERS FROM CENTRAL CITIES TO THE RE-
 MAINDER OF AN MSA/PMSA. IN SOME TABULATIONS, THESE CATEGORIES ARE FURTHER
 SUBDIVIDED BY SIZE OF MSA/PMSA, REGION OF CURRENT OR PREVIOUS RESIDENCE, OR
 MOVERS WITHIN OR BETWEEN CENTRAL CITIES AND THE REMAINDER OF THE SAME OR A
 DIFFERENT MSA/PMSA.

 THE SIZE CATEGORIES USED IN SOME TABULATIONS FOR BOTH 1985 AND 1990 RESIDENCE
 REFER TO THE POPULATIONS OF THE MSA/PMSA ON APRIL 1, 1990; THAT IS, AT THE END
 OF THE MIGRATION INTERVAL.

 SOME TABULATIONS PRESENT DATA ON INMIGRANTS, OUTMIGRANTS, AND NET MIGRATION.
 "INMIGRANTS" ARE GENERALLY DEFINED AS THOSE PERSONS WHO ENTERED A SPECIFIED
 AREA BY CROSSING ITS BOUNDARY FROM SOME POINT OUTSIDE THE AREA. IN SOME TABU-
 LATIONS, MOVERS FROM ABROAD ARE INCLUDED IN THE NUMBER OF INMIGRANTS; IN
 OTHERS, ONLY MOVERS WITHIN THE UNITED STATES ARE INCLUDED.

 "OUTMIGRANTS" ARE PERSONS WHO DEPART FROM A SPECIFIC AREA BY CROSSING ITS
 BOUNDARY TO A POINT OUTSIDE IT, BUT WITHOUT LEAVING THE UNITED STATES. "NET
 MIGRATION" IS CALCULATED BY SUBTRACTING THE NUMBER OF OUTMIGRANTS FROM THE
 NUMBER OF INMIGRANTS AND, DEPENDING UPON THE PARTICULAR TABULATION, MAY OR
 MAY NOT INCLUDE MOVERS FROM ABROAD.  THE NET MIGRATION FOR THE AREA IS NET
 INMIGRATION IF THE RESULT WAS POSITIVE AND NET OUTMIGRATION IF THE RESULT WAS
 NEGATIVE. IN THE TABULATIONS, NET OUTMIGRATION IS INDICATED BY A MINUS SIGN
 (-).

 INMIGRANTS AND OUTMIGRANTS FOR STATES INCLUDE ONLY THOSE PERSONS WHO DID NOT
 LIVE IN THE SAME STATE IN 1985 AND 1990; THAT IS, THEY EXCLUDE PERSONS WHO
 MOVED BETWEEN COUNTIES WITHIN THE SAME STATE. THUS, THE SUM OF THE INMIGRANTS
 TO (OR OUTMIGRANTS FROM) ALL COUNTIES IN ANY STATE IS GREATER THAN THE NUMBER
 OF INMIGRANTS TO (OR OUTMIGRANTS FROM) THAT STATE. HOWEVER, IN THE CASE OF NET
 MIGRATION, THE SUM OF THE NETS FOR ALL THE COUNTIES WITHIN A STATE EQUAL THE
 NET FOR THE STATE. IN THE SAME FASHION, THE NET MIGRATION FOR A DIVISION OR
 REGION EQUALS THE SUM OF THE NETS FOR THE STATES COMPRISING THAT DIVISION OR
 REGION, WHILE THE NUMBER OF INMIGRANTS AND OUTMIGRANTS FOR THAT DIVISION OR
 REGION IS LESS THAN THE SUM OF THE INMIGRANTS OR OUTMIGRANTS FOR THE INDIVI-
 DUAL STATES.

 THE NUMBER OF PERSONS WHO WERE LIVING IN A DIFFERENT HOUSE IN 1985 IS SOME-
 WHAT LESS THAN THE TOTAL NUMBER OF MOVES DURING THE 5-YEAR PERIOD.  SOME
 PERSONS IN THE SAME HOUSE AT THE TWO DATES HAD MOVED DURING THE 5-YEAR PERIOD
 BUT BY THE TIME OF THE CENSUS HAD RETURNED TO THEIR 1985 RESIDENCE. OTHER PER-
 SONS WHO WERE LIVING IN A DIFFERENT HOUSE HAD MADE ONE OR MORE INTERMEDIATE
 MOVES. FOR SIMILAR REASONS, THE NUMBER OF PERSONS LIVING IN A DIFFERENT
 COUNTY, MSA/PMSA, OR STATE OR MOVING BETWEEN NONMETROPOLITAN AREAS MAY BE
 UNDERSTATED.

 COMPARABILITY--SIMILAR QUESTIONS WERE ASKED ON ALL PREVIOUS CENSUSES BEGINNING
 IN 1940, EXCEPT THE QUESTIONS IN 1950 REFERRED TO RESIDENCE 1 YEAR EARLIER
 RATHER THAN 5 YEARS EARLIER. ALTHOUGH THE QUESTIONS IN THE 1940 CENSUS COVERED
 A 5-YEAR PERIOD, COMPARABILITY WITH THAT CENSUS WAS REDUCED SOMEWHAT BECAUSE
 OF DIFFERENT DEFINITIONS AND CATEGORIES OF TABULATION.  COMPARABILITY WITH THE
 1960 AND 1970 CENSUS IS ALSO SOMEWHAT REDUCED BECAUSE NONRESPONSE WAS NOT
 ALLOCATED IN THOSE EARLIER CENSUSES.  FOR THE 1980 CENSUS, NONRESPONSE WAS
 ALLOCATED IN A MANNER SIMILAR TO THE 1990 ALLOCATION SCHEME.
SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS

INTRODUCTION

 SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS

 TABULATION OF DATA ON ENROLLMENT, EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, AND LABOR FORCE
 STATUS FOR THE POPULATION 16 TO 19 YEARS OLD ALLOWS FOR CALCULATION OF THE
 PROPORTION OF THE AGE GROUP WHO ARE NOT ENROLLED IN SCHOOL AND NOT HIGH SCHOOL
 GRADUATES OR "DROPOUTS" AND AN UNEMPLOYMENT RATE FOR THE "DROPOUT" POPULATION.
 DEFINITIONS OF THE THREE TOPICS AND DESCRIPTIONS OF THE CENSUS ITEMS FROM
 WHICH THEY WERE DERIVED ARE PRESENTED IN "EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT," "EMPLOY-
 MENT STATUS," AND "SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL." THE PUBLISHED TABU-
 LATIONS INCLUDE BOTH THE CIVILIAN AND ARMED FORCES POPULATIONS, BUT LABOR
 FORCE STATUS IS PROVIDED FOR THE CIVILIAN POPULATION ONLY.  THEREFORE, THE
 COMPONENT LABOR FORCE STATUSES MAY NOT ADD TO THE TOTAL LINES ENROLLED IN
 SCHOOL, HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE, AND NOT HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE.  THE DIFFERENCE
 IS ARMED FORCES.

 COMPARABILITY--THE TABULATION OF SCHOOL ENROLLMENT BY LABOR FORCE STATUS IS
 SIMILAR TO THAT PUBLISHED IN 1980 CENSUS REPORTS. THE 1980 CENSUS TABULATION
 INCLUDED A SINGLE DATA LINE FOR ARMED FORCES; HOWEVER, ENROLLMENT, ATTAINMENT,
 AND LABOR FORCE STATUS DATA WERE SHOWN FOR THE CIVILIAN POPULATION ONLY. IN
 1970, A TABULATION WAS INCLUDED FOR 16 TO 21 YEAR OLD MALES NOT ATTENDING
 SCHOOL.

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL

 DATA ON SCHOOL ENROLLMENT WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS TO QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM 11,
 WHICH WAS ASKED OF A SAMPLE OF PERSONS. PERSONS WERE CLASSIFIED AS ENROLLED IN
 SCHOOL IF THEY REPORTED ATTENDING A "REGULAR" PUBLIC OR PRIVATE SCHOOL OR
 COLLEGE AT ANY TIME BETWEEN FEBRUARY 1, 1990, AND THE TIME OF ENUMERATION. THE
 QUESTION INCLUDED INSTRUCTIONS TO "INCLUDE ONLY NURSERY SCHOOL, KINDERGARTEN,
 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, AND SCHOOLING WHICH WOULD LEAD TO A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR
 A COLLEGE DEGREE" AS REGULAR SCHOOL. INSTRUCTIONS INCLUDED IN THE 1990 RESPON-
 DENT INSTRUCTION GUIDE, WHICH WAS MAILED WITH THE CENSUS QUESTIONNAIRE,
 FURTHER SPECIFIED THAT ENROLLMENT IN A TRADE OR BUSINESS SCHOOL, COMPANY
 TRAINING, OR TUTORING WERE NOT TO BE INCLUDED UNLESS THE COURSE WOULD BE
 ACCEPTED FOR CREDIT AT A REGULAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, HIGH SCHOOL, OR COLLEGE.
 PERSONS WHO DID NOT ANSWER THE ENROLLMENT QUESTION WERE ASSIGNED THE ENROLL-
 MENT STATUS AND TYPE OF SCHOOL OF A PERSON WITH THE SAME AGE, RACE OR HISPANIC
 ORIGIN, AND, AT OLDER AGES, SEX, WHOSE RESIDENCE WAS IN THE SAME OR A NEARBY
 AREA.

 PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOL--INCLUDES PERSONS WHO ATTENDED SCHOOL IN THE REFE-
 RENCE PERIOD AND INDICATED THEY WERE ENROLLED BY MARKING ONE OF THE QUES-
 TIONNAIRE CATEGORIES FOR EITHER "PUBLIC SCHOOL, PUBLIC COLLEGE" OR "PRIVATE
 SCHOOL, PRIVATE COLLEGE." THE INSTRUCTION GUIDE DEFINES A PUBLIC SCHOOL AS
 "ANY SCHOOL OR COLLEGE CONTROLLED AND SUPPORTED BY A LOCAL, COUNTY, STATE,
 OR FEDERAL GOVERNMENT." "SCHOOLS SUPPORTED AND CONTROLLED PRIMARILY BY RELI-
 GIOUS ORGANIZATIONS OR OTHER PRIVATE GROUPS" ARE DEFINED AS PRIVATE. PERSONS
 WHO FILLED BOTH THE "PUBLIC" AND "PRIVATE" CIRCLES ARE EDITED TO THE FIRST
 ENTRY, "PUBLIC."

 LEVEL OF SCHOOL IN WHICH ENROLLED--PERSONS WHO WERE ENROLLED IN SCHOOL WERE
 CLASSIFIED AS ENROLLED IN "PREPRIMARY SCHOOL," "ELEMENTARY OR HIGH SCHOOL,"
 OR "COLLEGE" ACCORDING TO THEIR RESPONSE TO QUESTION 12 (YEARS OF SCHOOL
 COMPLETED OR HIGHEST DEGREE RECEIVED). PERSONS WHO WERE ENROLLED AND REPORTED
 COMPLETING NURSERY SCHOOL OR LESS WERE CLASSIFIED AS ENROLLED IN "PREPRIMARY
 SCHOOL," WHICH INCLUDES KINDERGARTEN.  SIMILARLY, ENROLLED PERSONS WHO HAD
 COMPLETED AT LEAST KINDERGARTEN, BUT NOT HIGH SCHOOL, WERE CLASSIFIED AS EN-
 ROLLED IN ELEMENTARY OR HIGH SCHOOL. ENROLLED PERSONS WHO REPORTED COMPLETING
 HIGH SCHOOL OR SOME COLLEGE OR HAVING RECEIVED A POST-SECONDARY DEGREE WERE
 CLASSIFIED AS ENROLLED IN "COLLEGE."  ENROLLED PERSONS WHO REPORTED COMPLETING
 THE TWELFTH GRADE BUT RECEIVING "NO DIPLOMA" WERE CLASSIFIED AS ENROLLED IN
 HIGH SCHOOL. (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON LEVEL OF SCHOOL, SEE THE DISCUSSION
 UNDER "EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT.")

 COMPARABILITY--SCHOOL ENROLLMENT QUESTIONS HAVE BEEN INCLUDED IN THE CENSUS
 SINCE 1840; GRADE ATTENDED WAS FIRST ASKED IN 1940; TYPE OF SCHOOL WAS FIRST
 ASKED IN 1960. BEFORE 1940, THE ENROLLMENT QUESTION IN VARIOUS CENSUSES
 REFERRED TO ATTENDANCE IN THE PRECEDING SIX MONTHS OR THE PRECEDING YEAR. IN
 1940, THE REFERENCE WAS TO ATTENDANCE IN THE MONTH PRECEDING THE CENSUS, AND
 IN THE 1950 AND SUBSEQUENT CENSUSES, THE QUESTION REFERRED TO ATTENDANCE IN
 THE TWO MONTHS PRECEDING THE CENSUS DATE.

 UNTIL THE 1910 CENSUS, THERE WERE NO INSTRUCTIONS LIMITING THE KINDS OF
 SCHOOLS IN WHICH ENROLLMENT WAS TO BE COUNTED. STARTING IN 1910, THE INSTRUC-
 TIONS INDICATED THAT ATTENDANCE AT "SCHOOL, COLLEGE, OR ANY EDUCATIONAL
 INSTITUTION" WAS TO BE COUNTED. IN 1930 AN INSTRUCTION TO INCLUDE "NIGHT
 SCHOOL" WAS ADDED. IN THE 1940 INSTRUCTIONS, NIGHT SCHOOL, EXTENSION SCHOOL,
 OR VOCATIONAL SCHOOL WERE INCLUDED ONLY IF THE SCHOOL WAS PART OF THE REGULAR
 SCHOOL SYSTEM.  CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL WORK OF ANY KIND WAS EXCLUDED. IN THE
 1950 INSTRUCTIONS, THE TERM "REGULAR SCHOOL" WAS INTRODUCED, AND IT WAS
 DEFINED AS SCHOOLING WHICH "ADVANCES A PERSON TOWARDS AN ELEMENTARY OR HIGH
 SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR A COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY, OR PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL DEGREE."
 VOCATIONAL, TRADE, OR BUSINESS SCHOOLS WERE EXCLUDED UNLESS THEY WERE GRADED
 AND CONSIDERED PART OF A REGULAR SCHOOL SYSTEM.  ON-THE-JOB TRAINING WAS
 EXCLUDED, AS WAS NURSERY SCHOOL.  INSTRUCTION BY CORRESPONDENCE WAS EXCLUDED
 UNLESS IT WAS GIVEN BY A REGULAR SCHOOL AND COUNTED TOWARDS PROMOTION.

 IN 1960, THE QUESTION USED THE TERM "REGULAR SCHOOL OR COLLEGE" AND A SIMILAR,
 THOUGH EXPANDED, DEFINITION OF "REGULAR" WAS INCLUDED IN THE INSTRUCTIONS,
 WHICH CONTINUED TO EXCLUDE NURSERY SCHOOL. BECAUSE OF THE CENSUS' USE OF
 MAILED QUESTIONNAIRES, THE 1960 CENSUS WAS THE FIRST IN WHICH INSTRUCTIONS
 WERE WRITTEN FOR THE RESPONDENT AS WELL AS ENUMERATORS. IN THE 1970 CENSUS,
 THE QUESTIONNAIRE USED THE PHRASE "REGULAR SCHOOL OR COLLEGE" AND INCLUDED
 INSTRUCTIONS TO "COUNT NURSERY SCHOOL, KINDERGARTEN, AND SCHOOLING WHICH LEADS
 TO AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CERTIFICATE, HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA, OR COLLEGE DEGREE."
 INSTRUCTIONS IN A SEPARATE DOCUMENT SPECIFIED THAT TO BE COUNTED AS REGULAR
 SCHOOL, NURSERY SCHOOL MUST INCLUDE INSTRUCTION AS AN IMPORTANT AND INTEGRAL
 PHASE OF ITS PROGRAM, AND CONTINUED THE EXCLUSION OF VOCATIONAL, TRADE, AND
 BUSINESS SCHOOLS.  THE 1980 CENSUS QUESTION WAS VERY SIMILAR TO THE 1970 QUES-
 TION, BUT THE SEPARATE INSTRUCTION BOOKLET DID NOT REQUIRE THAT NURSERY SCHOOL
 INCLUDE SUBSTANTIAL INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENT IN ORDER TO BE COUNTED.

 THE AGE RANGE FOR WHICH ENROLLMENT DATA HAVE BEEN OBTAINED AND PUBLISHED HAS
 VARIED OVER THE CENSUSES. INFORMATION ON ENROLLMENT WAS RECORDED FOR PERSONS
 OF ALL AGES IN THE 1930 AND 1940 AND 1970 THROUGH 1990; FOR PERSONS UNDER AGE
 30, IN 1950; AND FOR PERSONS AGE 5 TO 34, IN 1960. MOST OF THE PUBLISHED
 ENROLLMENT FIGURES REFERRED TO PERSONS AGE 5 TO 20 IN THE 1930 CENSUS, 5 TO 24
 IN 1940, 5 TO 29 IN 1950, 5 TO 34 IN 1960, 3 TO 34 IN 1970, AND 3 YEARS OLD
 AND OVER IN 1980.  THIS GROWTH IN THE AGE GROUP WHOSE ENROLLMENT WAS REPORTED
 REFLECTS INCREASED INTEREST IN THE NUMBER OF CHILDREN IN PREPRIMARY SCHOOLS
 AND IN THE NUMBER OF OLDER PERSONS ATTENDING COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.

 IN THE 1950 AND SUBSEQUENT CENSUSES, COLLEGE STUDENTS WERE ENUMERATED WHERE
 THEY LIVED WHILE ATTENDING COLLEGE, WHEREAS IN EARLIER CENSUSES, THEY
 GENERALLY WERE ENUMERATED AT THEIR PARENTAL HOMES. THIS CHANGE SHOULD NOT
 AFFECT THE COMPARABILITY OF NATIONAL FIGURES ON COLLEGE ENROLLMENT SINCE 1940;
 HOWEVER, IT MAY AFFECT THE COMPARABILITY OVER TIME OF ENROLLMENT FIGURES AT
 SUB-NATIONAL LEVELS.

 TYPE OF SCHOOL WAS FIRST INTRODUCED IN THE 1960 CENSUS, WHERE A SEPARATE QUES-
 TION ASKED THE ENROLLED PERSONS WHETHER THEY WERE IN A "PUBLIC" OR "PRIVATE"
 SCHOOL. SINCE THE 1970 CENSUS, THE TYPE OF SCHOOL WAS INCORPORATED INTO THE
 RESPONSE CATEGORIES FOR THE ENROLLMENT QUESTION AND THE TERMS WERE CHANGED TO
 "PUBLIC," "PAROCHIAL," AND "OTHER PRIVATE." IN THE 1980 CENSUS, "PRIVATE,
 CHURCH RELATED" AND "PRIVATE, NOT CHURCH RELATED" REPLACED "PAROCHIAL" AND
 "OTHER PRIVATE."

 GRADE OF ENROLLMENT WAS FIRST AVAILABLE IN THE 1940 CENSUS, WHERE IT WAS
 OBTAINED FROM RESPONSES TO THE QUESTION ON HIGHEST GRADE OF SCHOOL COMPLETED.
 ENUMERATORS WERE INSTRUCTED THAT "FOR A PERSON STILL IN SCHOOL, THE LAST GRADE
 COMPLETED WILL BE THE GRADE PRECEDING THE ONE IN WHICH HE OR SHE WAS NOW
 ENROLLED." FROM 1950 TO 1980, GRADE OF ENROLLMENT WAS OBTAINED FROM THE
 HIGHEST GRADE ATTENDED IN THE TWO-PART QUESTION USED TO MEASURE EDUCATIONAL
 ATTAINMENT. (FOR MORE INFORMATION, SEE THE DISCUSSION UNDER "EDUCATIONAL
 ATTAINMENT.") THE FORM OF THE QUESTION FROM WHICH LEVEL OF ENROLLMENT WAS
 DERIVED IN THE 1990 CENSUS MOST CLOSELY CORRESPONDS TO THE QUESTION USED IN
 1940.  WHILE DATA FROM PRIOR CENSUSES CAN BE AGGREGATED TO PROVIDE LEVELS OF
 ENROLLMENT COMPARABLE TO THE 1990 CENSUS, 1990 DATA CANNOT BE DISAGGREGATED
 TO SHOW SINGLE GRADE OF ENROLLMENT AS IN PREVIOUS CENSUSES.

 DATA ON SCHOOL ENROLLMENT WERE ALSO COLLECTED AND PUBLISHED BY OTHER FEDERAL,
 STATE, AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES. WHERE THESE DATA WERE OBTAINED FROM
 ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS OF SCHOOL SYSTEMS AND INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING,
 THEY WERE ONLY ROUGHLY COMPARABLE WITH DATA FROM POPULATION CENSUSES AND
 HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS BECAUSE OF DIFFERENCES IN DEFINITIONS AND CONCEPTS, SUBJECT
 MATTER COVERED, TIME REFERENCES, AND ENUMERATION METHODS. AT THE LOCAL LEVEL,
 THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE LOCATION OF THE INSTITUTION AND THE RESIDENCE OF
 THE STUDENT MAY AFFECT THE COMPARABILITY OF CENSUS AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA.
 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE BOUNDARIES OF SCHOOL DISTRICTS AND CENSUS GEOGRAPHIC
 UNITS ALSO MAY AFFECT THESE COMPARISONS.

SELF-CARE LIMITATION STATUS

 THE DATA ON SELF-CARE LIMITATION STATUS WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS TO QUES-
 TIONNAIRE ITEM 19B, WHICH WAS ASKED OF A SAMPLE OF PERSONS 15 YEARS OLD AND
 OVER. PERSONS WERE IDENTIFIED AS HAVING A SELF-CARE LIMITATION IF THEY HAD A
 HEALTH CONDITION THAT HAD LASTED FOR 6 OR MORE MONTHS AND WHICH MADE IT
 DIFFICULT TO TAKE CARE OF THEIR OWN PERSONAL NEEDS, SUCH AS DRESSING, BATHING,
 OR GETTING AROUND INSIDE THE HOME.

 THE TERM "HEALTH CONDITION" REFERRED TO BOTH PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS.
 A TEMPORARY HEALTH PROBLEM, SUCH AS A BROKEN BONE THAT WAS EXPECTED TO HEAL
 NORMALLY WAS NOT CONSIDERED A HEALTH CONDITION.

 COMPARABILITY--THIS WAS THE FIRST TIME THAT A QUESTION ON SELF-CARE LIMITATION
 WAS INCLUDED IN THE CENSUS.

SEX

 THE DATA ON SEX WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS TO QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM 3, WHICH WAS
 ASKED OF ALL PERSONS. FOR MOST CASES IN WHICH SEX WAS NOT REPORTED, IT WAS
 DETERMINED BY THE APPROPRIATE ENTRY FROM THE PERSON'S GIVEN NAME AND HOUSEHOLD
 RELATIONSHIP. OTHERWISE, SEX WAS IMPUTED ACCORDING TO THE RELATIONSHIP TO THE
 HOUSEHOLDER AND THE AGE AND MARITAL STATUS OF THE PERSON. FOR MORE INFORMATION
 ON IMPUTATION, SEE APPENDIX C, ACCURACY OF THE DATA.

 SEX RATIO--A MEASURE DERIVED BY DIVIDING THE TOTAL NUMBER OF MALES BY THE
 TOTAL NUMBER OF FEMALES AND MULTIPLYING BY 100.

 COMPARABILITY--A QUESTION ON THE SEX OF INDIVIDUALS HAS BEEN ASKED OF THE
 TOTAL POPULATION IN EVERY CENSUS.

VETERAN STATUS

 DATA ON VETERAN STATUS, PERIOD OF MILITARY SERVICE, AND YEARS OF MILITARY SER-
 VICE WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS TO QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM 17, WHICH WAS ASKED OF A
 SAMPLE OF PERSONS.

 VETERAN STATUS--THE DATA ON VETERAN STATUS WERE DERIVED FROM RESPONSES TO
 QUESTION 17A.  FOR CENSUS DATA PRODUCTS, A "CIVILIAN VETERAN" IS A PERSON 16
 YEARS OLD OR OVER WHO HAD SERVED (EVEN FOR A SHORT TIME) BUT IS NOT NOW
 SERVING ON ACTIVE DUTY IN THE U.S. ARMY, NAVY, AIR FORCE, MARINE CORPS, OR
 THE COAST GUARD, OR WHO SERVED AS A MERCHANT MARINE SEAMAN DURING WORLD WAR
 II. PERSONS WHO SERVED IN THE NATIONAL GUARD OR MILITARY RESERVES ARE
 CLASSIFIED AS VETERANS ONLY IF THEY WERE EVER CALLED OR ORDERED TO ACTIVE DUTY
 NOT COUNTING THE 4-6 MONTHS FOR INITIAL TRAINING OR YEARLY SUMMER CAMPS. ALL
 OTHER CIVILIANS 16 YEARS OLD AND OVER ARE CLASSIFIED AS NONVETERANS.

 PERIOD OF MILITARY SERVICE--PERSONS WHO INDICATED IN QUESTION 17A THAT THEY
 HAD SERVED ON ACTIVE DUTY (CIVILIAN VETERANS) OR WERE NOW ON ACTIVE DUTY WERE
 ASKED TO INDICATE IN QUESTION 17B THE PERIOD OR PERIODS IN WHICH THEY SERVED.
 PERSONS SERVING IN AT LEAST ONE WARTIME PERIOD ARE CLASSIFIED IN THEIR MOST
 RECENT WARTIME PERIOD. FOR EXAMPLE, PERSONS WHO SERVED BOTH DURING THE KOREAN
 CONFLICT AND THE POST-KOREAN PEACETIME ERA BETWEEN FEBRUARY 1955 AND JULY 1964
 ARE CLASSIFIED IN ONE OF THE TWO "KOREAN CONFLICT" CATEGORIES. IF THE SAME
 PERSON HAD ALSO SERVED DURING THE VIETNAM ERA, HE OR SHE WOULD INSTEAD BE
 INCLUDED IN THE "VIETNAM ERA AND KOREAN CONFLICT" CATEGORY. THE RESPONSES WERE
 EDITED TO ELIMINATE INCONSISTENCIES BETWEEN REPORTED PERIOD(S) OF SERVICE AND
 THE AGE OF THE PERSON AND TO CANCEL OUT REPORTED COMBINATIONS OF PERIODS
 CONTAINING UNREASONABLE GAPS (FOR EXAMPLE, A PERSON COULD NOT SERVE DURING
 WORLD WAR I AND THE KOREAN CONFLICT WITHOUT SERVING DURING WORLD WAR II). NOTE
 THAT THE PERIOD OF SERVICE CATEGORIES SHOWN IN THIS REPORT ARE MUTUALLY EXCLU-
 SIVE.

 YEARS OF MILITARY SERVICE--PERSONS WHO INDICATED IN QUESTION 17A THAT THEY HAD
 SERVED ON ACTIVE DUTY (CIVILIAN VETERANS) OR WERE NOW ON ACTIVE DUTY WERE
 ASKED TO REPORT THE TOTAL NUMBER OF YEARS OF ACTIVE-DUTY SERVICE IN QUESTION
 17C. THE DATA WERE EDITED FOR CONSISTENCY WITH RESPONSES TO QUESTION 17B
 (PERIOD OF MILITARY SERVICE) AND WITH THE AGE OF THE PERSON.

 LIMITATION OF THE DATA--THERE MAY BE A TENDENCY FOR THE FOLLOWING KINDS OF
 PERSONS TO REPORT ERRONEOUSLY THAT THEY SERVED ON ACTIVE DUTY IN THE ARMED
 FORCES: (A) PERSONS WHO SERVED IN THE NATIONAL GUARD OR MILITARY RESERVES BUT
 WERE NEVER CALLED TO ACTIVE DUTY; (B) CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES OR VOLUNTEERS FOR THE
 USO, RED CROSS, OR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (OR ITS PREDECESSOR DEPARTMENTS,
 WAR AND NAVY); AND (C) EMPLOYEES OF THE MERCHANT MARINE OR PUBLIC HEALTH SER-
 VICE. THERE MAY ALSO BE A TENDENCY FOR PERSONS TO ERRONEOUSLY ROUND UP MONTHS
 TO THE NEAREST YEAR IN QUESTION 17C (FOR EXAMPLE, PERSONS WITH 1 YEAR 8 MONTHS
 OF ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY SERVICE MAY MISTAKENLY REPORT "2 YEARS").

 COMPARABILITY--SINCE CENSUS DATA ON VETERANS WERE BASED ON SELF-REPORTED
 RESPONSES, THEY MAY DIFFER FROM DATA FROM OTHER SOURCES SUCH AS ADMINISTRATIVE
 RECORDS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE. CENSUS DATA MAY ALSO DIFFER FROM VETE-
 RANS ADMINISTRATION DATA ON THE BENEFITS-ELIGIBLE POPULATION, SINCE FACTORS
 DETERMINING ELIGIBILITY FOR VETERANS BENEFITS DIFFER FROM THE RULES FOR
 CLASSIFYING VETERANS IN THE CENSUS.

 THE WORDING OF THE QUESTION ON VETERAN STATUS (17A) FOR 1990 WAS EXPANDED
 FROM THE VETERAN/NOT VETERAN QUESTION IN 1980 TO INCLUDE QUESTIONS ON CURRENT
 ACTIVE DUTY STATUS AND SERVICE IN THE MILITARY RESERVES AND THE NATIONAL
 GUARD. THE EXPANSION WAS INTENDED TO CLARIFY THE APPROPRIATE RESPONSE FOR
 PERSONS IN THE ARMED FORCES AND FOR PERSONS WHO SERVED IN THE NATIONAL GUARD
 OR MILITARY RESERVE UNITS ONLY. FOR THE FIRST TIME IN A CENSUS, SERVICE DURING
 WORLD WAR II AS A MERCHANT MARINE SEAMAN WAS CONSIDERED ACTIVE-DUTY MILITARY
 SERVICE AND PERSONS WITH SUCH SERVICE WERE COUNTED AS VETERANS. AN ADDITIONAL
 PERIOD OF MILITARY SERVICE, "SEPTEMBER 1980 OR LATER" WAS ADDED IN 1990. AS IN
 1970 AND 1980, PERSONS REPORTING MORE THAN ONE PERIOD OF SERVICE ARE SHOWN IN
 THE MOST RECENT WARTIME PERIOD OF SERVICE CATEGORY. QUESTION 17C (YEARS OF
 MILITARY SERVICE) WAS NEW FOR 1990.

WORK DISABILITY STATUS

 THE DATA ON WORK DISABILITY WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS TO QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM
 18, WHICH WAS ASKED OF A SAMPLE OF PERSONS 15 YEARS OLD AND OVER.  PERSONS
 WERE IDENTIFIED AS HAVING A WORK DISABILITY IF THEY HAD A HEALTH CONDITION
 THAT HAD LASTED FOR 6 OR MORE MONTHS AND WHICH LIMITED THE KIND OR AMOUNT OF
 WORK THEY COULD DO AT A JOB OR BUSINESS. A PERSON WAS LIMITED IN THE KIND OF
 WORK HE OR SHE COULD DO IF THE PERSON HAD A HEALTH CONDITION WHICH RESTRICTED
 HIS OR HER CHOICE OF JOBS. A PERSON WAS LIMITED IN THE AMOUNT OF WORK IF HE OR
 SHE WAS NOT ABLE TO WORK FULL-TIME. PERSONS WITH A WORK DISABILITY WERE FUR-
 THER CLASSIFIED AS "PREVENTED FROM WORKING" OR "NOT PREVENTED FROM WORKING."

 THE TERM "HEALTH CONDITION" REFERRED TO BOTH PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS.
 A TEMPORARY HEALTH PROBLEM, SUCH AS A BROKEN BONE THAT WAS EXPECTED TO HEAL
 NORMALLY, WAS NOT CONSIDERED A HEALTH CONDITION.

 COMPARABILITY--THE WORDING OF THE QUESTION ON WORK DISABILITY WAS THE SAME IN
 1990 AS IN 1980. INFORMATION ON WORK DISABILITY WAS FIRST COLLECTED IN 1970.
 IN THAT CENSUS, THE WORK DISABILITY QUESTION DID NOT CONTAIN A CLAUSE
 RESTRICTING THE DEFINITION OF DISABILITY TO LIMITATIONS CAUSED BY A HEALTH
 CONDITION THAT HAD LASTED 6 OR MORE MONTHS; HOWEVER, IT DID CONTAIN A SEPARATE
 QUESTION ABOUT THE DURATION OF THE DISABILITY.
WORK STATUS IN 1989

INTRODUCTION

 THE DATA ON WORK STATUS IN 1989 WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS TO QUESTIONNAIRE
 ITEM 31, WHICH WAS ASKED OF A SAMPLE OF PERSONS.  PERSONS 16 YEARS OLD AND
 OVER WHO WORKED 1 OR MORE WEEKS ACCORDING TO THE CRITERIA DESCRIBED BELOW ARE
 CLASSIFIED AS "WORKED IN 1989." ALL OTHER PERSONS 16 YEARS OLD AND OVER ARE
 CLASSIFIED AS "DID NOT WORK IN 1989." SOME TABULATIONS SHOWING WORK STATUS IN
 1989 INCLUDE 15 YEAR OLDS; THESE PERSONS, BY DEFINITION, ARE CLASSIFIED AS
 "DID NOT WORK IN 1989."

WEEKS WORKED IN 1989

 THE DATA ON WEEKS WORKED IN 1989 WERE DERIVED FROM RESPONSES TO QUESTION-
 NAIRE ITEM 31B. QUESTION 31B (WEEKS WORKED IN 1989) WAS ASKED OF PERSONS
 16 YEARS OLD AND OVER WHO INDICATED IN QUESTION 31A THAT THEY WORKED IN 1989.

 THE DATA PERTAIN TO THE NUMBER OF WEEKS DURING 1989 IN WHICH A PERSON DID ANY
 WORK FOR PAY OR PROFIT (INCLUDING PAID VACATION AND PAID SICK LEAVE) OR WORKED
 WITHOUT PAY ON A FAMILY FARM OR IN A FAMILY BUSINESS.  WEEKS OF ACTIVE SERVICE
 IN THE ARMED FORCES ARE ALSO INCLUDED.

USUAL HOURS WORKED PER WEEK WORKED IN 1989

 THE DATA ON USUAL HOURS WORKED PER WEEK WORKED IN 1989 WERE DERIVED FROM
 ANSWERS TO QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM 31C. THIS QUESTION WAS ASKED OF PERSONS 16 YEARS
 OLD AND OVER WHO INDICATED THAT THEY WORKED IN 1989.

 THE DATA PERTAIN TO THE NUMBER OF HOURS A PERSON USUALLY WORKED DURING THE
 WEEKS WORKED IN 1989. THE RESPONDENT WAS TO REPORT THE NUMBER OF HOURS WORKED
 PER WEEK IN THE MAJORITY OF THE WEEKS HE OR SHE WORKED IN 1989. IF THE HOURS
 WORKED PER WEEK VARIED CONSIDERABLY DURING 1989, THE RESPONDENT WAS TO REPORT
 AN APPROXIMATE AVERAGE OF THE HOURS WORKED PER WEEK. THE STATISTICS ON USUAL
 HOURS WORKED PER WEEK IN 1989 ARE NOT NECESSARILY RELATED TO THE DATA ON
 ACTUAL HOURS WORKED DURING THE CENSUS REFERENCE WEEK (QUESTION 21B).

 PERSONS 16 YEARS OLD AND OVER WHO REPORTED THAT THEY USUALLY WORKED 35 OR
 MORE HOURS EACH WEEK DURING THE WEEKS THEY WORKED ARE CLASSIFIED AS "USUALLY
 WORKED FULL TIME;" PERSONS WHO REPORTED THAT THEY USUALLY WORKED 1 TO 34 HOURS
 ARE CLASSIFIED AS "USUALLY WORKED PART TIME."

 YEAR-ROUND FULL-TIME WORKERS--ALL PERSONS 16 YEARS OLD AND OVER WHO USUALLY
 WORKED 35 HOURS OR MORE PER WEEK FOR 50 TO 52 WEEKS IN 1989.

 NUMBER OF WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989--THE TERM "WORKER" AS USED FOR THESE
 DATA IS DEFINED BASED ON THE CRITERIA FOR WORK STATUS IN 1989.

 LIMITATION OF THE DATA--IT IS PROBABLE THAT THE NUMBER OF PERSONS WHO WORKED
 IN 1989 AND THE NUMBER OF WEEKS WORKED ARE UNDERSTATED SINCE THERE WAS SOME
 TENDENCY FOR RESPONDENTS TO FORGET INTERMITTENT OR SHORT PERIODS OF EMPLOYMENT
 OR TO EXCLUDE WEEKS WORKED WITHOUT PAY. THERE MAY ALSO BE A TENDENCY FOR PER-
 SONS NOT TO INCLUDE WEEKS OF PAID VACATION AMONG THEIR WEEKS WORKED; ONE
 RESULT MAY BE THAT THE CENSUS FIGURES MAY UNDERSTATE THE NUMBER OF PERSONS WHO
 WORKED "50 TO 52 WEEKS."

 COMPARABILITY--THE DATA ON WEEKS WORKED COLLECTED IN THE 1990 CENSUS WERE COM-
 PARABLE WITH DATA FROM THE 1980, 1970, AND 1960 CENSUSES, BUT MAY NOT BE
 ENTIRELY COMPARABLE WITH DATA FROM THE 1940 AND 1950 CENSUSES.  SINCE THE 1960
 CENSUS, TWO SEPARATE QUESTIONS HAVE BEEN USED TO OBTAIN THIS INFORMATION. THE
 FIRST IDENTIFIED PERSONS WITH ANY WORK EXPERIENCE DURING THE YEAR AND, THUS,
 INDICATED THOSE PERSONS FOR WHOM THE QUESTIONS ON NUMBER OF WEEKS WORKED
 APPLIED. IN 1940 AND 1950, HOWEVER, THE QUESTIONNAIRES CONTAINED ONLY A SINGLE
 QUESTION ON NUMBER OF WEEKS WORKED.

 IN 1970, PERSONS RESPONDED TO THE QUESTION ON WEEKS WORKED BY INDICATING ONE
 OF SIX WEEKS-WORKED INTERVALS. IN 1980 AND 1990, PERSONS WERE ASKED TO ENTER
 THE SPECIFIC NUMBER OF WEEKS THEY WORKED.

YEAR OF ENTRY

 THE DATA ON YEAR OF ENTRY WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS TO QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM 10,
 WHICH WAS ASKED OF A SAMPLE OF PERSONS. THE QUESTION, "WHEN DID THIS PERSON
 COME TO THE UNITED STATES TO STAY?" WAS ASKED OF PERSONS WHO INDICATED IN THE
 QUESTION ON CITIZENSHIP THAT THEY WERE NOT BORN IN THE UNITED STATES. (FOR
 MORE INFORMATION, SEE THE DISCUSSION UNDER "CITIZENSHIP.")

 THE 1990 CENSUS QUESTIONS, TABULATIONS, AND CENSUS DATA PRODUCTS ABOUT CITI-
 ZENSHIP AND YEAR OF ENTRY INCLUDE NO REFERENCE TO IMMIGRATION. ALL PERSONS WHO
 WERE BORN AND RESIDED OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES BEFORE BECOMING RESIDENTS OF
 THE UNITED STATES HAVE A DATE OF ENTRY.  SOME OF THESE PERSONS ARE U.S. CITI-
 ZENS BY BIRTH (E.G., PERSONS BORN IN PUERTO RICO OR BORN ABROAD OF AMERICAN
 PARENTS). TO AVOID ANY POSSIBLE CONFUSION CONCERNING THE DATE OF ENTRY OF
 PERSONS WHO ARE U.S. CITIZENS BY BIRTH, THE TERM, "YEAR OF ENTRY" IS USED IN
 THIS REPORT INSTEAD OF THE TERM "YEAR OF IMMIGRATION."

 LIMITATION OF THE DATA--THE CENSUS QUESTIONS ON NATIVITY, CITIZENSHIP, AND
 YEAR OF ENTRY WERE NOT DESIGNED TO MEASURE THE DEGREE OF PERMANENCE OF
 RESIDENCE IN THE UNITED STATES. THE PHRASE, "TO STAY" WAS USED TO OBTAIN THE
 YEAR IN WHICH THE PERSON BECAME A RESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.  ALTHOUGH THE
 RESPONDENT WAS DIRECTED TO INDICATE THE YEAR HE OR SHE ENTERED THE COUNTRY "TO
 STAY," IT WAS DIFFICULT TO ENSURE THAT RESPONDENTS INTERPRETED THE PHRASE
 CORRECTLY.

 COMPARABILITY--A QUESTION ON YEAR OF ENTRY, (ALTERNATELY CALLED "YEAR OF IMMI-
 GRATION") WAS ASKED IN EACH DECENNIAL CENSUS FROM 1890 TO 1930, 1970, AND
 1980. IN 1980, THE QUESTION ON YEAR OF ENTRY INCLUDED SIX ARRIVAL TIME INTER-
 VALS. THE NUMBER OF ARRIVAL INTERVALS WAS EXPANDED TO TEN IN 1990. IN 1980,
 THE QUESTION ON YEAR OF ENTRY WAS ASKED ONLY OF THE FOREIGN-BORN POPULATION.
 IN 1990, ALL PERSONS WHO RESPONDED TO THE LONG-FORM QUESTIONNAIRE AND WERE NOT
 BORN IN THE UNITED STATES WERE TO COMPLETE THE QUESTION ON YEAR OF ENTRY.
HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS

LIVING QUARTERS

 LIVING QUARTERS ARE CLASSIFIED AS EITHER HOUSING UNITS OR GROUP QUARTERS. (FOR
 MORE INFORMATION, SEE THE DISCUSSION OF "GROUP QUARTERS" UNDER POPULATION
 CHARACTERISTICS.) USUALLY, LIVING QUARTERS ARE IN STRUCTURES INTENDED FOR
 RESIDENTIAL USE (FOR EXAMPLE, A ONE-FAMILY HOME, APARTMENT HOUSE, HOTEL OR
 MOTEL, BOARDING HOUSE, OR MOBILE HOME). LIVING QUARTERS ALSO MAY BE IN STRUC-
 TURES INTENDED FOR NONRESIDENTIAL USE (FOR EXAMPLE, THE ROOMS IN A WAREHOUSE
 WHERE A GUARD LIVES), AS WELL AS IN PLACES SUCH AS TENTS, VANS, SHELTERS FOR
 THE HOMELESS, DORMITORIES, BARRACKS, AND OLD RAILROAD CARS.

 HOUSING UNITS--A HOUSING UNIT IS A HOUSE, AN APARTMENT, A MOBILE HOME OR
 TRAILER, A GROUP OF ROOMS OR A SINGLE ROOM OCCUPIED AS SEPARATE LIVING
 QUARTERS OR, IF VACANT, INTENDED FOR OCCUPANCY AS SEPARATE LIVING QUARTERS.
 SEPARATE LIVING QUARTERS ARE THOSE IN WHICH THE OCCUPANTS LIVE AND EAT
 SEPARATELY FROM ANY OTHER PERSONS IN THE BUILDING AND WHICH HAVE DIRECT
 ACCESS FROM OUTSIDE THE BUILDING OR THROUGH A COMMON HALL.

 THE OCCUPANTS MAY BE A SINGLE FAMILY, ONE PERSON LIVING ALONE, TWO OR MORE
 FAMILIES LIVING TOGETHER, OR ANY OTHER GROUP OF RELATED OR UNRELATED PERSONS
 WHO SHARE LIVING ARRANGEMENTS. FOR VACANT UNITS, THE CRITERIA OF SEPARATENESS
 AND DIRECT ACCESS ARE APPLIED TO THE INTENDED OCCUPANTS WHENEVER POSSIBLE. IF
 THAT INFORMATION CANNOT BE OBTAINED, THE CRITERIA ARE APPLIED TO THE PREVIOUS
 OCCUPANTS.

 BOTH OCCUPIED AND VACANT HOUSING UNITS ARE INCLUDED IN THE HOUSING UNIT INVEN-
 TORY, EXCEPT THAT RECREATIONAL VEHICLES, BOATS, VANS, TENTS, RAILROAD CARS,
 AND THE LIKE ARE INCLUDED ONLY IF THEY ARE OCCUPIED AS SOMEONE'S USUAL PLACE
 OF RESIDENCE. VACANT MOBILE HOMES ARE INCLUDED PROVIDED THEY ARE INTENDED FOR
 OCCUPANCY ON THE SITE WHERE THEY STAND.  VACANT MOBILE HOMES ON DEALERS' SALES
 LOTS, AT THE FACTORY, OR IN STORAGE YARDS ARE EXCLUDED FROM THE HOUSING INVEN-
 TORY.

 IF THE LIVING QUARTERS CONTAINS NINE OR MORE PERSONS UNRELATED TO THE HOUSE-
 HOLDER OR PERSON IN CHARGE (A TOTAL OF AT LEAST 10 UNRELATED PERSONS), IT IS
 CLASSIFIED AS GROUP QUARTERS. IF THE LIVING QUARTERS CONTAINS EIGHT OR FEWER
 PERSONS UNRELATED TO THE HOUSEHOLDER OR PERSON IN CHARGE, IT IS CLASSIFIED AS
 A HOUSING UNIT.

 OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS--A HOUSING UNIT IS CLASSIFIED AS OCCUPIED IF IT IS THE
 USUAL PLACE OF RESIDENCE OF THE PERSON OR GROUP OF PERSONS LIVING IN IT AT
 THE TIME OF ENUMERATION, OR IF THE OCCUPANTS ARE ONLY TEMPORARILY ABSENT; THAT
 IS, AWAY ON VACATION OR BUSINESS. IF ALL THE PERSONS STAYING IN THE UNIT AT
 THE TIME OF THE CENSUS HAVE THEIR USUAL PLACE OF RESIDENCE ELSEWHERE, THE UNIT
 IS CLASSIFIED AS VACANT. A HOUSEHOLD INCLUDES ALL THE PERSONS WHO OCCUPY A
 HOUSING UNIT AS THEIR USUAL PLACE OF RESIDENCE. BY DEFINITION, THE COUNT OF
 OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS FOR 100-PERCENT TABULATIONS IS THE SAME AS THE COUNT OF
 HOUSEHOLDS OR HOUSEHOLDERS. IN SAMPLE TABULATIONS, THE COUNTS OF HOUSEHOLD AND
 OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS MAY VARY SLIGHTLY BECAUSE OF DIFFERENT SAMPLE WEIGHTING
 METHODS.

 VACANT HOUSING UNITS--A HOUSING UNIT IS VACANT IF NO ONE IS LIVING IN IT AT
 THE TIME OF ENUMERATION, UNLESS ITS OCCUPANTS ARE ONLY TEMPORARILY ABSENT.
 UNITS TEMPORARILY OCCUPIED AT THE TIME OF ENUMERATION ENTIRELY BY PERSONS WHO
 HAVE A USUAL RESIDENCE ELSEWHERE ALSO ARE CLASSIFIED AS VACANT. (FOR MORE
 INFORMATION, SEE DISCUSSION UNDER "USUAL HOME ELSEWHERE.")

 NEW UNITS NOT YET OCCUPIED ARE CLASSIFIED AS VACANT HOUSING UNITS IF CONSTRUC-
 TION HAS REACHED A POINT WHERE ALL EXTERIOR WINDOWS AND DOORS ARE INSTALLED
 AND FINAL USABLE FLOORS ARE IN PLACE. VACANT UNITS ARE EXCLUDED IF THEY ARE
 OPEN TO THE ELEMENTS; THAT IS, THE ROOF, WALLS, WINDOWS, AND/OR DOORS NO
 LONGER PROTECT THE INTERIOR FROM THE ELEMENTS, OR IF THERE IS POSITIVE
 EVIDENCE (SUCH AS A SIGN ON THE HOUSE OR IN THE BLOCK) THAT THE UNIT IS CON-
 DEMNED OR IS TO BE DEMOLISHED. ALSO EXCLUDED ARE QUARTERS BEING USED ENTIRELY
 FOR NONRESIDENTIAL PURPOSES, SUCH AS A STORE OR AN OFFICE, OR QUARTERS USED
 FOR THE STORAGE OF BUSINESS SUPPLIES OR INVENTORY, MACHINERY, OR AGRICULTURAL
 PRODUCTS.

 HOTELS, MOTELS, ROOMING HOUSES, ETC.--OCCUPIED ROOMS OR SUITES OF ROOMS IN
 HOTELS, MOTELS, AND SIMILAR PLACES ARE CLASSIFIED AS HOUSING UNITS ONLY WHEN
 OCCUPIED BY PERMANENT RESIDENTS; THAT IS, PERSONS WHO CONSIDER THE HOTEL AS
 THEIR USUAL PLACE OF RESIDENCE OR HAVE NO USUAL PLACE OF RESIDENCE ELSEWHERE.
 VACANT ROOMS OR SUITES OF ROOMS ARE CLASSIFIED AS HOUSING UNITS ONLY IN THOSE
 HOTELS, MOTELS, AND SIMILAR PLACES IN WHICH 75 PERCENT OR MORE OF THE ACCOMMO-
 DATIONS ARE OCCUPIED BY PERMANENT RESIDENTS.

 IF ANY OF THE OCCUPANTS IN A ROOMING OR BOARDING HOUSE LIVE AND EAT SEPARATELY
 FROM OTHERS IN THE BUILDING AND HAVE DIRECT ACCESS, THEIR QUARTERS ARE CLASSI-
 FIED AS SEPARATE HOUSING UNITS.

 STAFF LIVING QUARTERS--THE LIVING QUARTERS OCCUPIED BY STAFF PERSONNEL WITHIN
 ANY GROUP QUARTERS ARE SEPARATE HOUSING UNITS IF THEY SATISFY THE HOUSING UNIT
 CRITERIA OF SEPARATENESS AND DIRECT ACCESS; OTHERWISE, THEY ARE CONSIDERED
 GROUP QUARTERS.

 COMPARABILITY--THE FIRST CENSUS OF HOUSING IN 1940 ESTABLISHED THE "DWELLING
 UNIT" CONCEPT. ALTHOUGH THE TERM BECAME "HOUSING UNIT" AND THE DEFINITION HAS
 BEEN MODIFIED SLIGHTLY IN SUCCEEDING CENSUSES, THE 1990 DEFINITION IS ESSEN-
 TIALLY COMPARABLE TO PREVIOUS C ENSUSES. THERE  WAS NO CHANGE IN THE HOUSING
 UNIT DEFINITION BETWEEN 1980 AND 1990.

ACREAGE

 THE DATA ON ACREAGE WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEMS H5A AND H19A. QUES-
 TION H5A WAS ASKED AT ALL OCCUPIED AND VACANT ONE-FAMILY HOUSES AND MOBILE
 HOMES. QUESTION H19A WAS ASKED ON A SAMPLEBASIS AT OCCUPIED AND VACANT ONE-
 FAMILY HOUSES AND MOBILE HOMES.

 QUESTION H5A ASKS WHETHER THE HOUSE OR MOBILE HOME IS LOCATED ON A PLACE OF
 10 OR MORE ACRES. THE INTENT OF THIS ITEM IS TO EXCLUDE OWNER-OCCUPIED AND
 RENTER-OCCUPIED ONE-FAMILY HOUSES ON 10 OR MORE ACRES FROM THE SPECIFIED
 OWNER- AND RENTER-OCCUPIED UNIVERSES FOR VALUE AND RENT TABULATIONS.

 QUESTION H19A PROVIDES DATA ON WHETHER THE UNIT IS LOCATED ON LESS THAN 1
 ACRE. THE MAIN PURPOSE OF THIS ITEM, IN CONJUNCTION WITH QUESTION H19B ON
 AGRICULTURAL SALES, IS TO IDENTIFY FARM UNITS. (FOR MORE INFORMATION, SEE
 DISCUSSION UNDER "FARM RESIDENCE.")

 FOR BOTH ITEMS, THE LAND MAY CONSIST OF MORE THAN ONE TRACT OR PLOT.  THESE
 TRACTS OR PLOTS ARE USUALLY ADJOINING; HOWEVER, THEY MAY BE SEPARATED BY A
 ROAD, CREEK, ANOTHER PIECE OF LAND, ETC.

 COMPARABILITY--QUESTION H5A IS SIMILAR TO THAT ASKED IN 1970 AND 1980. THIS
 ITEM WAS ASKED FOR THE FIRST TIME OF MOBILE HOME OCCUPANTS IN 1990.  QUESTION
 H19A IS AN ABBREVIATED FORM OF A QUESTION ASKED ON A SAMPLE BASIS IN 1980. IN
 PREVIOUS CENSUSES, INFORMATION ON CITY OR SUBURBAN LOT AND NUMBER OF ACRES WAS
 OBTAINED ALSO.

AGRICULTURAL SALES

 DATA ON THE SALES OF AGRICULTURAL CROPS WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM
 H19B, WHICH WAS ASKED ON A SAMPLE BASIS AT OCCUPIED ONE-FAMILY HOUSES AND
 MOBILE HOMES LOCATED ON LOTS OF 1 ACRE OR MORE.  DATA FOR THIS ITEM EXCLUDE
 UNITS ON LOTS OF LESS THAN 1 ACRE, UNITS LOCATED IN STRUCTURES CONTAINING 2 OR
 MORE UNITS, AND ALL VACANT UNITS.  THIS ITEM REFERS TO THE TOTAL AMOUNT
 (BEFORE TAXES AND EXPENSES) RECEIVED IN 1989 FROM THE SALE OF CROPS, VEGETA-
 BLES, FRUITS, NUTS, LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS, AND NURSERY AND FOREST
 PRODUCTS, PRODUCED ON "THIS PROPERTY." RESPONDENTS NEW TO A UNIT WERE ASKED
 TO ESTIMATE TOTAL AGRICULTURAL SALES IN 1989 EVEN IF SOME PORTION OF THE SALES
 HAD BEEN MADE BY OTHER OCCUPANTS OF THE UNIT.

 THIS ITEM IS USED MAINLY TO CLASSIFY HOUSING UNITS AS FARM OR NONFARM RESI-
 DENCES, NOT TO PROVIDE DETAILED INFORMATION ON THE SALE OF AGRICULTURAL PRO-
 DUCTS. DETAILED INFORMATION ON THE SALE OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS IS PROVIDED
 BY THE CENSUS BUREAU'S CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE (FACTFINDER FOR THE NATION:
 AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS, BUREAU OF THE CENSUS, 1989). (FOR MORE INFORMATION,
 SEE THE DISCUSSION UNDER "FARM RESIDENCE.")

BEDROOMS

 THE DATA ON BEDROOMS WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM H9, WHICH WAS ASKED
 AT BOTH OCCUPIED AND VACANT HOUSING UNITS. THIS ITEM WAS ASKED ON A SAMPLE
 BASIS. THE NUMBER OF BEDROOMS IS THE COUNT OF ROOMS DESIGNED TO BE USED AS
 BEDROOMS; THAT IS, THE NUMBER OF ROOMS THAT WOULD BE LISTED AS BEDROOMS IF THE
 HOUSE OR APARTMENT WERE ON THE MARKET FOR SALE OR FOR RENT. INCLUDED ARE ALL
 ROOMS INTENDED TO BE USED AS BEDROOMS EVEN IF THEY CURRENTLY ARE BEING USED
 FOR SOME OTHER PURPOSE. A HOUSING UNIT CONSISTING OF ONLY ONE ROOM, ONE-ROOM
 EFFICIENCY APARTMENT, IS CLASSIFIED, BY DEFINITION, AS HAVING NO BEDROOM.

 COMPARABILITY--DATA ON BEDROOMS HAVE BEEN COLLECTED IN EVERY CENSUS SINCE
 1960. IN 1970 AND 1980, DATA FOR BEDROOMS WERE SHOWN ONLY FOR YEAR-ROUND
 UNITS.  IN PAST CENSUSES, A ROOM WAS DEFINED AS A BEDROOM IF IT WAS USED
 MAINLY FOR SLEEPING EVEN IF ALSO USED FOR OTHER PURPOSES. ROOMS THAT WERE
 DESIGNED TO BE USED AS BEDROOMS BUT USED MAINLY FOR OTHER PURPOSES WERE NOT
 CONSIDERED TO BE BEDROOMS. A DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSING UNITS BY NUMBER OF BED-
 ROOMS CALCULATED FROM DATA COLLECTED IN A 1986 TEST SHOWED VIRTUALLY NO
 DIFFERENCES IN THE TWO VERSIONS EXCEPT IN THE TWO BEDROOM CATEGORY, WHERE THE
 PREVIOUS "USE" DEFINITION SHOWED A SLIGHTLY LOWER PROPORTION OF UNITS.

BOARDED-UP STATUS

 BOARDED-UP STATUS WAS OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM C2 AND WAS DETERMINED
 FOR ALL VACANT UNITS. BOARDED-UP UNITS HAVE WINDOWS AND DOORS COVERED BY WOOD,
 METAL, OR MASONRY TO PROTECT THE INTERIOR AND TO PREVENT ENTRY INTO THE
 BUILDING. A SINGLE-UNIT STRUCTURE, A UNIT IN A MULTI-UNIT STRUCTURE, OR AN
 ENTIRE MULTI-UNIT STRUCTURE MAY BE BOARDED-UP IN THIS WAY. FOR CERTAIN CENSUS
 DATA PRODUCTS, BOARDED-UP UNITS ARE SHOWN ONLY FOR UNITS IN THE "OTHER VACANT"
 CATEGORY. A UNIT CLASSIFIED AS "USUAL HOME ELSEWHERE" CAN NEVER BE BOARDED UP.
 (FOR MORE INFORMATION, SEE THE DISCUSSION UNDER "USUAL HOME ELSEWHERE.")

 COMPARABILITY--THIS ITEM WAS FIRST ASKED IN THE 1980 CENSUS AND WAS SHOWN ONLY
 FOR YEAR-ROUND VACANT HOUSING UNITS. IN 1990, DATA ARE SHOWN FOR ALL VACANT
 HOUSING UNITS.

BUSINESS ON PROPERTY

 THE DATA FOR BUSINESS ON PROPERTY WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE
 ITEM H5B, WHICH WAS ASKED AT ALL OCCUPIED AND VACANT ONE-FAMILY HOUSES
 AND MOBILE HOMES. THIS QUESTION IS USED TO EXCLUDE OWNER-OCCUPIED
 ONE-FAMILY AND MOBILE HOME UNITS WITH BUSINESS OR MEDICAL OFFICES FROM
 CERTAIN STATISTICS ON FINANCIAL CHARACTERISTICS.

 A BUSINESS MUST BE EASILY RECOGNIZABLE FROM THE OUTSIDE. IT WILL
 USUALLY HAVE A SEPARATE OUTSIDE ENTRANCE AND HAVE THE APPEARANCE OF A
 BUSINESS, SUCH AS A GROCERY STORE, RESTAURANT, OR BARBERSHOP. IT MAY BE
 EITHER ATTACHED TO THE HOUSE OR MOBILE HOME OR BE LOCATED ELSEWHERE ON
 THE PROPERTY. THOSE HOUSING UNITS IN WHICH A ROOM IS USED FOR BUSINESS
 OR PROFESSIONAL PURPOSES AND HAVE NO RECOGNIZABLE ALTERATIONS TO THE
 OUTSIDE ARE NOT CONSIDERED AS HAVING A BUSINESS. MEDICAL
 OFFICES ARE CONSIDERED BUSINESSES FOR TABULATION PURPOSES.

 COMPARABILITY--DATA ON BUSINESS ON PROPERTY HAVE BEEN COLLECTED SINCE 1940.

CONDOMINIUM FEE

 THE DATA ON CONDOMINIUM FEE WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM H25, WHICH
 WAS ASKED AT OWNER-OCCUPIED CONDOMINIUMS. THIS ITEM WAS ASKED ON A SAMPLE
 BASIS. A CONDOMINIUM FEE NORMALLY IS CHARGED MONTHLY TO THE OWNERS OF THE
 INDIVIDUAL CONDOMINIUM UNITS BY THE CONDOMINIUM OWNERS ASSOCIATION TO COVER
 OPERATING, MAINTENANCE, ADMINISTRATIVE, AND IMPROVEMENT COSTS OF THE COMMON
 PROPERTY (GROUNDS, HALLS, LOBBY, PARKING AREAS, LAUNDRY ROOMS, SWIMMING POOL,
 ETC.) THE COSTS FOR UTILITIES AND/OR FUELS MAY BE INCLUDED IN THE CONDOMINIUM
 FEE IF THE UNITS DO NOT HAVE SEPARATE METERS.

 DATA ON CONDOMINIUM FEES MAY INCLUDE REAL ESTATE TAX AND/OR INSURANCE PAYMENTS
 FOR THE COMMON PROPERTY, BUT DO NOT INCLUDE REAL ESTATE TAXES OR FIRE, HAZARD,
 AND FLOOD INSURANCE FOR THE INDIVIDUAL UNIT ALREADY REPORTED IN QUESTIONS H21
 AND H22.

 AMOUNTS REPORTED WERE THE REGULAR MONTHLY PAYMENT, EVEN IF PAID BY SOMEONE
 OUTSIDE THE HOUSEHOLD OR REMAIN UNPAID. COSTS WERE ESTIMATED AS CLOSELY AS
 POSSIBLE WHEN EXACT COSTS WERE NOT KNOWN.

 THE DATA FROM THIS ITEM WERE ADDED TO PAYMENTS FOR MORTGAGES (BOTH FIRST AND
 JUNIOR MORTGAGES AND HOME EQUITY LOANS); REAL ESTATE TAXES; FIRE, HAZARD, AND
 FLOOD INSURANCE PAYMENTS; AND UTILITIES AND FUELS TO DERIVE "SELECTED MONTHLY
 OWNER COSTS" AND "SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD
 INCOME IN 1989" FOR CONDOMINIUM OWNERS.

 COMPARABILITY--THIS IS A NEW ITEM IN 1990.

CONDOMINIUM STATUS

 THE DATA ON CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM
 H18, WHICH WAS ASKED ON A SAMPLE BASIS AT BOTH OCCUPIED AND VACANT HOUSING
 UNITS. CONDOMINIUM IS A TYPE OF OWNERSHIP THAT ENABLES A PERSON TO OWN AN
 APARTMENT OR HOUSE IN A DEVELOPMENT OF SIMILARLY OWNED UNITS AND TO HOLD A
 COMMON OR JOINT OWNERSHIP IN SOME OR ALL OF THE COMMON AREAS AND FACILITIES
 SUCH AS LAND, ROOF, HALLWAYS, ENTRANCES, ELEVATORS, SWIMMING POOL, ETC. CON-
 DOMINIUMS MAY BE SINGLE-FAMILY HOUSES AS WELL AS UNITS IN APARTMENT BUILDINGS.
 A CONDOMINIUM UNIT NEED NOT BE OCCUPIED BY THE OWNER TO BE COUNTED AS SUCH.
 A UNIT CLASSIFIED AS "MOBILE HOME OR TRAILER" OR "OTHER" (SEE DISCUSSION UNDER
 "UNITS IN STRUCTURE") CANNOT BE A CONDOMINIUM UNIT.

 LIMITATION OF THE DATA--TESTING DONE PRIOR TO THE 1980 AND 1990 CENSUSES
 INDICATED THAT THE NUMBER OF CONDOMINIUMS MAY BE SLIGHTLY OVERSTATED.

 COMPARABILITY--IN 1970, CONDOMINIUMS WERE GROUPED TOGETHER WITH COOPERATIVE
 HOUSING UNITS, AND THE DATA WERE REPORTED ONLY FOR OWNER-OCCUPIED COOPERATIVES
 AND CONDOMINIUMS. BEGINNING IN 1980, THE CENSUS IDENTIFIED ALL CONDOMINIUM
 UNITS AND THE DATA WERE SHOWN FOR RENTER-OCCUPIED AND VACANT YEAR-ROUND CONDO-
 MINIUMS AS WELL AS OWNER OCCUPIED.  IN 1970 AND 1980, THE QUESTION ON CONDOMI-
 NIUMS WAS ASKED ON A 100-PERCENT BASIS. IN 1990, IT WAS ASKED ON A SAMPLE
 BASIS.

CONTRACT RENT
 THE DATA ON CONTRACT RENT (ALSO REFERRED TO AS "RENT ASKED"
 FOR VACANT UNITS) WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM H7A, WHICH WAS
 ASKED AT ALL OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS THAT WERE RENTED FOR CASH RENT AND
 ALL VACANT HOUSING UNITS THAT WERE FOR RENT AT THE TIME OF ENUMERATION.


 HOUSING UNITS THAT ARE RENTER OCCUPIED WITHOUT PAYMENT OF CASH RENT ARE
 SHOWN SEPARATELY AS "NO CASH RENT" IN CENSUS DATA PRODUCTS. THE
 UNIT MAY BE OWNED BY FRIENDS OR RELATIVES WHO LIVE ELSEWHERE AND WHO
 ALLOW OCCUPANCY WITHOUT CHARGE. RENT-FREE HOUSES OR APARTMENTS MAY BE
 PROVIDED TO COMPENSATE CARETAKERS, MINISTERS, TENANT FARMERS,
 SHARECROPPERS, OR OTHERS.

 CONTRACT RENT IS THE MONTHLY RENT AGREED TO OR CONTRACTED FOR,
 REGARDLESS OF ANY FURNISHINGS, UTILITIES, FEES, MEALS, OR SERVICES THAT
 MAY BE INCLUDED. FOR VACANT UNITS, IT IS THE MONTHLY RENT ASKED FOR THE
 RENTAL UNIT AT THE TIME OF ENUMERATION.

 IF THE CONTRACT RENT INCLUDES RENT FOR A BUSINESS UNIT OR FOR LIVING
 QUARTERS OCCUPIED BY ANOTHER HOUSEHOLD, THE RESPONDENT WAS INSTRUCTED
 TO REPORT THAT PART OF THE RENT ESTIMATED TO BE FOR HIS OR HER UNIT
 ONLY. RESPONDENTS WERE ASKED TO REPORT RENT ONLY FOR THE HOUSING UNIT
 ENUMERATED AND TO EXCLUDE ANY RENT PAID FOR ADDITIONAL UNITS OR FOR
 BUSINESS PREMISES.

 IF A RENTER PAYS RENT TO THE OWNER OF A CONDOMINIUM OR COOPERATIVE, AND
 THE CONDOMINIUM FEE OR COOPERATIVE CARRYING CHARGE IS ALSO PAID BY THE
 RENTER TO THE OWNER, THE RESPONDENT WAS INSTRUCTED TO INCLUDE THE FEE
 OR CARRYING CHARGE.

 IF A RENTER RECEIVES PAYMENTS FROM LODGERS OR ROOMERS WHO ARE LISTED AS
 MEMBERS OF THE HOUSEHOLD, THE RESPONDENT WAS INSTRUCTED TO REPORT THE
 RENT WITHOUT DEDUCTION FOR ANY PAYMENTS RECEIVED FROM THE LODGERS OR
 ROOMERS. THE RESPONDENT WAS INSTRUCTED TO REPORT THE RENT AGREED TO OR
 CONTRACTED FOR EVEN IF PAID BY SOMEONE ELSE SUCH AS FRIENDS OR
 RELATIVES LIVING ELSEWHERE, OR A CHURCH OR WELFARE AGENCY.

 IN SOME TABULATIONS, CONTRACT RENT IS PRESENTED FOR ALL RENTER-OCCUPIED
 HOUSING UNITS, AS WELL AS SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED AND SPECIFIED
 VACANT-FOR-RENT UNITS. SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED AND SPECIFIED
 VACANT-FOR-RENT UNITS EXCLUDE ONE-FAMILY HOUSES ON 10 OR MORE ACRES.
 (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON RENT, SEE THE DISCUSSION UNDER "GROSS
 RENT" IN CENSUS PRODUCTS CONTAINING SAMPLE DATA.)

 MEDIAN AND QUARTILE CONTRACT RENT--THE MEDIAN DIVIDES THE RENT DISTRIBUTION
 INTO TWO EQUAL PARTS.  QUARTILES DIVIDE THE RENT DISTRIBUTION INTO FOUR
 EQUAL PARTS. IN COMPUTING MEDIAN AND QUARTILE CONTRACT RENT, UNITS REPORTED   0
 AS "NO CASH RENT" ARE EXCLUDED. MEDIAN AND QUARTILE RENT CALCULATIONS ARE
 ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST DOLLAR. (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON MEDIANS AND
 QUARTILES, SEE THE DISCUSSION UNDER "DERIVED MEASURES.")

 AGGREGATE CONTRACT RENT--TO CALCULATE AGGREGATE CONTRACT RENT, THE AMOUNT
 ASSIGNED FOR THE CATEGORY "LESS THAN $80" IS $50. THE AMOUNT ASSIGNED TO
 THE CATEGORY "$1,000 OR MORE" IS $1,250. (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON
 AGGREGATES AND MEANS, SEE THE DISCUSSION UNDER "DERIVED MEASURES.")

 COMPARABILITY--DATA ON THIS ITEM HAVE BEEN COLLECTED SINCE 1940. FOR 1990,
 QUARTILES WERE ADDED BECAUSE THE RANGE OF RENTS AND VALUES IN THE UNITED
 STATES HAS INCREASED IN RECENT YEARS. UPPER AND LOWER QUARTILES CAN BE USED
 TO NOTE LARGE RENT AND VALUE DIFFERENCES AMONG VARIOUS GEOGRAPHIC AREAS.

 LIMITATION OF THE DATA--IN THE 1970 AND 1980 CENSUSES, CONTRACT RENT FOR
 VACANT UNITS HAD HIGH ALLOCATION RATES, ABOUT 35 PERCENT.

DURATION OF VACANCY

 THE DATA FOR DURATION OF VACANCY (ALSO REFERRED TO AS "MONTHS
 VACANT") WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM D, WHICH WAS
 COMPLETED BY CENSUS ENUMERATORS. THE STATISTICS ON DURATION OF VACANCY
 REFER TO THE LENGTH OF TIME (IN MONTHS AND YEARS) BETWEEN THE DATE THE
 LAST OCCUPANTS MOVED FROM THE UNIT AND THE TIME OF ENUMERATION. THE
 DATA, THEREFORE, DO NOT PROVIDE A DIRECT MEASURE OF THE TOTAL LENGTH OF
 TIME UNITS REMAIN VACANT.

 FOR NEWLY CONSTRUCTED UNITS WHICH HAVE NEVER BEEN OCCUPIED, THE
 DURATION OF VACANCY IS COUNTED FROM THE DATE CONSTRUCTION WAS
 COMPLETED. FOR RECENTLY CONVERTED OR MERGED UNITS, THE TIME IS REPORTED
 FROM THE DATE CONVERSION OR MERGER WAS COMPLETED. UNITS OCCUPIED BY AN
 ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD WITH A USUAL HOME ELSEWHERE ARE ASSIGNED TO THE
 "LESS THAN 1 MONTH" INTERVAL.

 COMPARABILITY--SIMILAR DATA HAVE BEEN COLLECTED SINCE 1960. IN 1970 AND
 1980, THESE DATA WERE SHOWN ONLY FOR YEAR-ROUND HOUSING UNITS. IN 1990,
 THESE DATA ARE SHOWN FOR ALL HOUSING UNITS.

FARM RESIDENCE

 THE DATA ON FARM RESIDENCE WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEMS H19A AND
 H19B. AN OCCUPIED ONE-FAMILY HOUSE OR MOBILE HOME IS CLASSIFIED AS A FARM
 RESIDENCE IF: (1) THE HOUSING UNIT IS LOCATED ON A PROPERTY OF 1 ACRE OR MORE,
 AND (2) AT LEAST $1,000 WORTH OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS WERE SOLD FROM THE
 PROPERTY IN 1989. GROUP QUARTERS AND HOUSING UNITS THAT ARE IN MULTI-UNIT
 BUILDINGS OR VACANT ARE NOT INCLUDED AS FARM RESIDENCES.

 A ONE-FAMILY UNIT OCCUPIED BY A TENANT HOUSEHOLD PAYING CASH RENT FOR LAND
 AND BUILDINGS IS ENUMERATED AS A FARM RESIDENCE ONLY IF SALES OF AGRICULTURAL
 PRODUCTS FROM ITS YARD (AS OPPOSED TO THE GENERAL PROPERTY ON WHICH IT IS
 LOCATED) AMOUNTED TO AT LEAST $1,000 IN 1989. A ONE-FAMILY UNIT OCCUPIED BY A
 TENANT HOUSEHOLD THAT DOES NOT PAY CASH RENT IS ENUMERATED AS A FARM RESIDENCE
 IF THE REMAINDER OF THE FARM (INCLUDING ITS YARD) QUALIFIES AS A FARM.

 FARM RESIDENCE IS PROVIDED AS AN INDEPENDENT DATA ITEM ONLY FOR HOUSING UNITS
 LOCATED IN RURAL AREAS. IT MAY BE DERIVED FOR HOUSING UNITS IN URBAN AREAS
 FROM THE DATA ITEMS ON ACREAGE AND SALES OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS ON THE
 PUBLIC-USE MICRODATA SAMPLE (PUMS) FILES. (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON PUMS, SEE
 APPENDIX F, DATA PRODUCTS AND USER ASSISTANCE.)

 THE FARM POPULATION CONSISTS OF PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS LIVING IN FARM RESI-
 DENCES. SOME PERSONS WHO ARE COUNTED ON A PROPERTY CLASSIFIED AS A FARM
 (INCLUDING IN SOME CASES FARM WORKERS) ARE EXCLUDED FROM THE FARM POPULATION.
 SUCH PERSONS INCLUDE THOSE WHO RESIDE IN MULTI-UNIT BUILDINGS OR GROUP QUAR-
 TERS.

 COMPARABILITY--THESE ARE THE SAME CRITERIA THAT WERE USED TO DEFINE A FARM
 RESIDENCE IN 1980. IN 1960 AND 1970, A FARM WAS DEFINED AS A PLACE OF 10 OR
 MORE ACRES WITH AT LEAST $50 WORTH OF AGRICULTURAL SALES OR A PLACE OF LESS
 THAN 10 ACRES WITH AT LEAST $250 WORTH OF AGRICULTURAL SALES.  EARLIER CEN-
 SUSES USED OTHER DEFINITIONS. NOTE THAT THE DEFINITION OF A FARM RESIDENCE
 DIFFERS FROM THE DEFINITION OF A FARM IN THE CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE (FACTFINDER
 FOR THE NATION: AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS, BUREAU OF THE CENSUS, 1989).

GROSS RENT

 GROSS RENT IS THE CONTRACT RENT PLUS THE ESTIMATED AVERAGE MONTHLY COST OF
 UTILITIES (ELECTRICITY, GAS, AND WATER) AND FUELS (OIL, COAL, KEROSENE, WOOD,
 ETC.) IF THESE ARE PAID FOR BY THE RENTER (OR PAID FOR THE RENTER BY SOMEONE
 ELSE). GROSS RENT IS INTENDED TO ELIMINATE DIFFERENTIALS WHICH RESULT FROM
 VARYING PRACTICES WITH RESPECT TO THE INCLUSION OF UTILITIES AND FUELS AS PART
 OF THE RENTAL PAYMENT.  THE ESTIMATED COSTS OF UTILITIES AND FUELS ARE
 REPORTED ON A YEARLY BASIS BUT ARE CONVERTED TO MONTHLY FIGURES FOR THE TABU-
 LATIONS. RENTER UNITS OCCUPIED WITHOUT PAYMENT OF CASH RENT ARE SHOWN SEPA-
 RATELY AS "NO CASH RENT" IN THE TABULATIONS. GROSS RENT IS CALCULATED ON A
 SAMPLE BASIS.

 COMPARABILITY--DATA ON GROSS RENT HAVE BEEN COLLECTED SINCE 1940 FOR RENTER-
 OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS. IN 1980, COSTS FOR ELECTRICITY AND GAS WERE COLLECTED
 AS AVERAGE MONTHLY COSTS. IN 1990, ALL UTILITY AND FUEL COSTS WERE COLLECTED
 AS YEARLY COSTS AND DIVIDED BY 12 TO PROVIDE AN AVERAGE MONTHLY COST.

GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989

 GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989 IS A COMPUTED RATIO OF
 MONTHLY GROSS RENT TO MONTHLY HOUSEHOLD INCOME (TOTAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989
 DIVIDED BY 12). THE RATIO WAS COMPUTED SEPARATELY FOR EACH UNIT AND WAS
 ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST WHOLE PERCENTAGE. UNITS FOR WHICH NO CASH RENT IS PAID
 AND UNITS OCCUPIED BY HOUSEHOLDS THAT REPORTED NO INCOME OR A NET LOSS IN 1989
 COMPRISE THE CATEGORY "NOT COMPUTED." THIS ITEM IS CALCULATED ON A SAMPLE
 BASIS.

HOUSE HEATING FUEL

 THE DATA ON HOUSE HEATING FUEL WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM H14,
 WHICH WAS ASKED AT OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS. THIS ITEM WAS ASKED ON A SAMPLE
 BASIS. THE DATA SHOW THE TYPE OF FUEL USED MOST TO HEAT THE HOUSE OR APART-
 MENT.

 UTILITY GAS--INCLUDES GAS PIPED THROUGH UNDERGROUND PIPES FROM A CENTRAL
 SYSTEM TO SERVE THE NEIGHBORHOOD.

 BOTTLED, TANK, OR LP GAS--INCLUDES LIQUID PROPANE GAS STORED IN BOTTLES OR
 TANKS WHICH ARE REFILLED OR EXCHANGED WHEN EMPTY.

 FUEL OIL, KEROSENE, ETC.--INCLUDES FUEL OIL, KEROSENE, GASOLINE, ALCOHOL,
 AND OTHER COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS.

 WOOD--INCLUDES PURCHASED WOOD, WOOD CUT BY HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS ON THEIR
 PROPERTY OR ELSEWHERE, DRIFTWOOD, SAWMILL OR CONSTRUCTION SCRAPS, OR
 THE LIKE.

 SOLAR ENERGY--INCLUDES HEAT PROVIDED BY SUNLIGHT WHICH IS COLLECTED,
 STORED, AND ACTIVELY DISTRIBUTED TO MOST OF THE ROOMS.

 OTHER FUEL--INCLUDES ALL OTHER FUELS NOT SPECIFIED ELSEWHERE.

 NO FUEL USED--INCLUDES UNITS THAT DO NOT USE ANY FUEL OR THAT DO NOT HAVE
 HEATING EQUIPMENT.

 COMPARABILITY--DATA ON HOUSE HEATING FUEL HAVE BEEN COLLECTED SINCE 1940.
 THE CATEGORY, "SOLAR ENERGY" IS NEW FOR 1990.

INSURANCE FOR FIRE, HAZARD, AND FLOOD

 THE DATA ON FIRE, HAZARD, AND FLOOD INSURANCE WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTION-
 NAIRE ITEM H22, WHICH WAS ASKED AT A SAMPLE OF OWNER-OCCUPIED ONE-FAMILY
 HOUSES, CONDOMINIUMS, AND MOBILE HOMES. THE STATISTICS FOR THIS ITEM REFER
 TO THE ANNUAL PREMIUM FOR FIRE, HAZARD, AND FLOOD INSURANCE ON THE PROPERTY
 (LAND AND BUILDINGS); THAT IS, POLICIES THAT PROTECT THE PROPERTY AND ITS
 CONTENTS AGAINST LOSS DUE TO DAMAGE BY FIRE, LIGHTNING, WINDS, HAIL, FLOOD,
 EXPLOSION, AND SO ON.

 LIABILITY POLICIES ARE INCLUDED ONLY IF THEY ARE PAID WITH THE FIRE, HAZARD,
 AND FLOOD INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND THE AMOUNTS FOR FIRE, HAZARD, AND FLOOD CAN-
 NOT BE SEPARATED. PREMIUMS ARE INCLUDED EVEN IF PAID BY SOMEONE OUTSIDE THE
 HOUSEHOLD OR REMAIN UNPAID. WHEN PREMIUMS ARE PAID ON OTHER THAN A YEARLY
 BASIS, THE PREMIUMS ARE CONVERTED TO A YEARLY BASIS.

 THE PAYMENT FOR FIRE, HAZARD, AND FLOOD INSURANCE IS ADDED TO PAYMENTS FOR
 REAL ESTATE TAXES, UTILITIES, FUELS, AND MORTGAGES (BOTH FIRST AND JUNIOR
 MORTGAGES AND HOME EQUITY LOANS) TO DERIVE "SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS" AND
 "SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989."

 A SEPARATE QUESTION (H23D) DETERMINES WHETHER INSURANCE PREMIUMS ARE INCLUDED
 IN THE MORTGAGE PAYMENT TO THE LENDER(S). THIS MAKES IT POSSIBLE TO AVOID
 COUNTING THESE PREMIUMS TWICE IN THE COMPUTATIONS.

 COMPARABILITY--DATA ON PAYMENT FOR FIRE AND HAZARD INSURANCE WERE COLLECTED
 FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 1980. FLOOD INSURANCE WAS NOT SPECIFICALLY MENTIONED
 IN THE WORDING OF THE QUESTION IN 1980. THE QUESTION WAS ASKED ONLY AT OWNER-
 OCCUPIED ONE-FAMILY HOUSES. EXCLUDED WERE MOBILE HOMES, CONDOMINIUMS, HOUSES
 WITH A BUSINESS OR MEDICAL OFFICE ON THE PROPERTY, HOUSES ON 10 OR MORE ACRES,
 AND HOUSING UNITS IN MULTI-UNIT BUILDINGS.  IN 1990, THE QUESTION WAS ASKED OF
 ALL ONE-FAMILY OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSES, INCLUDING HOUSES ON 10 OR MORE ACRES. IT
 ALSO WAS ASKED AT MOBILE HOMES, CONDOMINIUMS, AND ONE-FAMILY HOUSES WITH A
 BUSINESS OR MEDICAL OFFICE ON THE PROPERTY.
3KITCHEN FACILITIES

 DATA ON KITCHEN FACILITIES WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM H11, WHICH
 WAS ASKED AT BOTH OCCUPIED AND VACANT HOUSING UNITS. A UNIT HAS COMPLETE
 KITCHEN FACILITIES WHEN IT HAS ALL OF THE FOLLOWING:  (1) AN INSTALLED SINK
 WITH PIPED WATER, (2) A RANGE, COOK TOP AND CONVECTION OR MICROWAVE OVEN, OR
 COOKSTOVE, AND (3) A REFRIGERATOR. ALL KITCHEN FACILITIES MUST BE LOCATED IN
 THE STRUCTURE. THEY NEED NOT BE IN THE SAME ROOM. PORTABLE COOKING EQUIPMENT
 IS NOT CONSIDERED A RANGE OR COOKSTOVE. AN ICE BOX IS NOT CONSIDERED TO BE A
 REFRIGERATOR.

 COMPARABILITY--DATA ON COMPLETE KITCHEN FACILITIES WERE COLLECTED FOR THE
 FIRST TIME IN 1970. EARLIER CENSUSES COLLECTED DATA ON INDIVIDUAL COMPONENTS,
 SUCH AS KITCHEN SINK AND TYPE OF REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT. IN 1970 AND 1980,
 DATA FOR KITCHEN FACILITIES WERE SHOWN ONLY FOR YEAR-ROUND UNITS. IN 1990,
 DATA ARE SHOWN FOR ALL HOUSING UNITS.

MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT

 THE DATA ON MEALS INCLUDED IN THE RENT WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM
 H7B, WHICH WAS ASKED OF ALL OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS THAT WERE RENTED FOR CASH
 AND ALL VACANT HOUSING UNITS THAT WERE FOR RENT AT THE TIME OF ENUMERATION.

 THE STATISTICS ON MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT ARE PRESENTED FOR SPECIFIED RENTER-
 OCCUPIED AND SPECIFIED VACANT-FOR-RENT UNITS. SPECIFIED RENTER-OCCUPIED AND
 SPECIFIED VACANT-FOR-RENT UNITS EXCLUDE ONE-FAMILY HOUSES ON 10 OR MORE ACRES.
 (FOR MORE INFORMATION, SEE THE DISCUSSION UNDER "CONTRACT RENT.")

 COMPARABILITY--THIS IS A NEW ITEM IN 1990. IT IS INTENDED TO MEASURE "CON-
 GREGATE" HOUSING, WHICH GENERALLY IS CONSIDERED TO BE HOUSING UNITS WHERE THE
 RENT INCLUDES MEALS AND OTHER SERVICES, SUCH AS TRANSPORTATION TO SHOPPING AND
 RECREATION.

MOBILE HOME COSTS

 THE DATA ON MOBILE HOME COSTS WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM H26,
 WHICH WAS ASKED AT OWNER-OCCUPIED MOBILE HOMES. THIS ITEM WAS ASKED ON A SAMPLE
 BASIS.

 THESE DATA INCLUDE THE TOTAL YEARLY COSTS FOR PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES, LAND
 OR SITE RENT, REGISTRATION FEES, AND LICENSE FEES ON ALL OWNER-OCCUPIED
 MOBILE HOMES. THE INSTRUCTIONS ARE TO NOT INCLUDE REAL ESTATE TAXES ALREADY
 REPORTED IN QUESTION H21.

 COSTS ARE ESTIMATED AS CLOSELY AS POSSIBLE WHEN EXACT COSTS ARE NOT KNOWN.
 AMOUNTS ARE THE TOTAL FOR AN ENTIRE 12-MONTH BILLING PERIOD, EVEN IF THEY ARE
 PAID BY SOMEONE OUTSIDE THE HOUSEHOLD OR REMAIN UNPAID.

 THE DATA FROM THIS ITEM ARE ADDED TO PAYMENTS FOR MORTGAGES, REAL ESTATE
 TAXES, FIRE, HAZARD, AND FLOOD INSURANCE PAYMENTS, UTILITIES, AND FUELS TO
 DERIVE SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS FOR MOBILE HOMES OWNERS.

 COMPARABILITY--THIS ITEM IS NEW FOR 1990.

MORTGAGE PAYMENT

 THE DATA ON MORTGAGE PAYMENT WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM H23B,
 WHICH WAS ASKED AT OWNER OCCUPIED ONE-FAMILY HOUSES, CONDOMINIUMS, AND
 MOBILE HOMES. THIS ITEM WAS ASKED ON A SAMPLE BASIS. QUESTION H23B PROVIDES
 THE REGULAR MONTHLY AMOUNT REQUIRED TO BE PAID THE LENDER FOR THE FIRST MORT-
 GAGE (DEED OF TRUST, CONTRACT TO PURCHASE, OR SIMILAR DEBT) ON THE PROPERTY.
 AMOUNTS ARE INCLUDED EVEN IF THE PAYMENTS ARE DELINQUENT OR PAID BY SOMEONE
 ELSE. THE AMOUNTS REPORTED ARE INCLUDED IN THE COMPUTATION OF "SELECTED
 MONTHLY OWNER COSTS" AND "SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF
 HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989" FOR UNITS WITH A MORTGAGE.

 THE AMOUNTS REPORTED INCLUDE EVERYTHING PAID TO THE LENDER INCLUDING PRIN-
 CIPAL AND INTEREST PAYMENTS, REAL ESTATE TAXES, FIRE, HAZARD, AND FLOOD
 INSURANCE PAYMENTS, AND MORTGAGE INSURANCE PREMIUMS.  SEPARATE QUESTIONS
 DETERMINE WHETHER REAL ESTATE TAXES AND FIRE, HAZARD, AND FLOOD INSURANCE
 PAYMENTS ARE INCLUDED IN THE MORTGAGE PAYMENT TO THE LENDER. THIS MAKES IT
 POSSIBLE TO AVOID COUNTING THESE COMPONENTS TWICE IN THE COMPUTATION OF
 "SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS."

 COMPARABILITY--INFORMATION ON MORTGAGE PAYMENT WAS COLLECTED FOR THE FIRST
 TIME IN 1980. IT WAS COLLECTED ONLY AT OWNER-OCCUPIED ONE-FAMILY HOUSES.
 EXCLUDED WERE MOBILE HOMES, CONDOMINIUMS, HOUSES WITH A BUSINESS OR MEDICAL
 OFFICE ON THE PROPERTY, ONE-FAMILY HOUSES ON 10 OR MORE ACRES, AND HOUSING
 UNITS IN MULTI-UNIT BUILDINGS. IN 1990, THE QUESTIONS ON MONTHLY MORTGAGE
 PAYMENTS WERE ASKED OF ALL OWNER-OCCUPIED ONE-FAMILY HOUSES, INCLUDING ONE-
 FAMILY HOUSES ON 10 OR MORE ACRES. THEY WERE ALSO ASKED AT MOBILE HOMES,
 CONDOMINIUMS, AND ONE-FAMILY HOUSES WITH A BUSINESS OR MEDICAL OFFICE.

 THE 1980 CENSUS OBTAINED TOTAL REGULAR MONTHLY MORTGAGE PAYMENTS, INCLUDING
 PAYMENTS ON SECOND OR JUNIOR MORTGAGES, FROM A SINGLE QUESTION. TWO QUESTIONS
 WERE USED IN 1990; ONE FOR REGULAR MONTHLY PAYMENTS ON FIRST MORTGAGES, AND
 ONE FOR REGULAR MONTHLY PAYMENTS ON SECOND OR JUNIOR MORTGAGES OR HOME EQUITY
 LOANS. (FOR MORE INFORMATION, SEE THE DISCUSSION UNDER "SECOND OR JUNIOR MORT-
 GAGE PAYMENT.")

MORTGAGE STATUS

 THE DATA ON MORTGAGE STATUS WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEMS H23A AND
 H24A, WHICH WERE ASKED AT OWNER-OCCUPIED ONE-FAMILY HOUSES, CONDOMINIUMS, AND
 MOBILE HOMES. "MORTGAGE" REFERS TO ALL FORMS OF DEBT WHERE THE PROPERTY IS
 PLEDGED AS SECURITY FOR REPAYMENT OF THE DEBT. IT INCLUDES SUCH DEBT INSTRU-
 MENTS AS DEEDS OF TRUST, TRUST DEEDS, CONTRACTS TO PURCHASE, LAND CONTRACTS,
 JUNIOR MORTGAGES AND HOME EQUITY LOANS.

 A MORTGAGE IS CONSIDERED A FIRST MORTGAGE IF IT HAS PRIOR CLAIM OVER ANY OTHER
 MORTGAGE OR IF IT IS THE ONLY MORTGAGE ON THE PROPERTY.  ALL OTHER MORTGAGES,
 (SECOND, THIRD, ETC.) ARE CONSIDERED JUNIOR MORTGAGES.  A HOME EQUITY LOAN IS
 GENERALLY A JUNIOR MORTGAGE. IF NO FIRST MORTGAGE IS REPORTED, BUT A JUNIOR
 MORTGAGE OR HOME EQUITY LOAN IS REPORTED, THEN THE LOAN IS CONSIDERED A FIRST
 MORTGAGE.

 IN MOST CENSUS DATA PRODUCTS, THE TABULATIONS FOR "SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER
 COSTS" AND "SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME
 IN 1989" USUALLY ARE SHOWN SEPARATELY FOR UNITS "WITH A MORTGAGE" AND FOR
 UNITS "NOT MORTGAGED." THE CATEGORY "NOT MORTGAGED" IS COMPRISED OF HOUSING
 UNITS OWNED FREE AND CLEAR OF DEBT.

 COMPARABILITY--A QUESTION ON MORTGAGE STATUS WAS INCLUDED IN THE 1940 AND 1950
 CENSUSES, BUT NOT IN THE 1960 AND 1970 CENSUSES. THE ITEM WAS REINSTATED IN
 1980 ALONG WITH A SEPARATE QUESTION DEALING WITH THE EXISTENCE OF SECOND OR
 JUNIOR MORTGAGES. IN 1980, THE MORTGAGE STATUS QUESTIONS WERE ASKED AT OWNER-
 OCCUPIED ONE-FAMILY HOUSES ON LESS THAN 10 ACRES. EXCLUDED WERE MOBILE HOMES,
 CONDOMINIUMS, HOUSES WITH A BUSINESS OR MEDICAL OFFICE, HOUSES ON 10 OR MORE
 ACRES, AND HOUSING UNITS IN MULTI-UNIT BUILDINGS. IN 1990, THE QUESTIONS WERE
 ASKED OF ALL ONE-FAMILY OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS, INCLUDING HOUSES ON 10
 OR MORE ACRES. THEY WERE ALSO ASKED AT MOBILE HOMES, CONDOMINIUMS, AND HOUSES
 WITH A BUSINESS OR MEDICAL OFFICE.

PERSONS IN UNIT

 THIS ITEM IS BASED ON THE 100-PERCENT COUNT OF PERSONS IN OCCUPIED
 HOUSING UNITS. ALL PERSONS OCCUPYING THE HOUSING UNIT ARE COUNTED,
 INCLUDING THE HOUSEHOLDER, OCCUPANTS RELATED TO THE HOUSEHOLDER, AND
 LODGERS, ROOMERS, BOARDERS, AND SO FORTH.

 THE DATA ON "PERSONS IN UNIT" SHOW THE NUMBER OF HOUSING UNITS
 OCCUPIED BY THE SPECIFIED NUMBER OF PERSONS. THE PHRASE "PERSONS IN
 UNIT" IS USED FOR HOUSING TABULATIONS, "PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS"
 FOR POPULATION ITEMS. FIGURES FOR "PERSONS IN UNIT" MATCH THOSE
 FOR "PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLD" FOR 100-PERCENT DATA PRODUCTS. IN
 SAMPLE PRODUCTS, THEY MAY DIFFER BECAUSE OF THE WEIGHTING PROCESS.

 MEDIAN PERSONS IN UNIT--IN COMPUTING MEDIAN PERSONS IN UNIT, A WHOLE NUMBER
 IS USED AS THE MIDPOINT OF AN INTERVAL; THUS, A UNIT WITH 4 PERSONS IS
 TREATED AS AN INTERVAL RANGING FROM 3.5 TO 4.5 PERSONS. MEDIAN PERSONS IS
 ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST HUNDREDTH. (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON MEDIANS, SEE THE
 DISCUSSION UNDER "DERIVED MEASURES.")

 PERSONS IN OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS--THIS IS THE TOTAL POPULATION MINUS THOSE
 PERSONS LIVING IN GROUP QUARTERS. "PERSONS PER OCCUPIED HOUSING UNIT" IS
 COMPUTED BY DIVIDING THE POPULATION LIVING IN HOUSING UNITS BY THE NUMBER
 OF OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS.

PERSONS PER ROOM

 "PERSONS PER ROOM" IS OBTAINED BY DIVIDING THE NUMBER OF
 PERSONS IN EACH OCCUPIED HOUSING UNIT BY THE NUMBER OF ROOMS IN THE
 UNIT. PERSONS PER ROOM IS ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST HUNDREDTH. THE FIGURES
 SHOWN REFER, THEREFORE, TO THE NUMBER OF OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS HAVING
 THE SPECIFIED RATIO OF PERSONS PER ROOM.

 MEAN PERSONS PER ROOM--THIS IS COMPUTED BY DIVIDING PERSONS IN HOUSING
 UNITS BY THE AGGREGATE NUMBER OF ROOMS. THIS IS INTENDED TO PROVIDE A
 MEASURE OF UTILIZATION.  A HIGHER MEAN MAY INDICATE A GREATER DEGREE OF
 UTILIZATION OR CROWDING; A LOW MEAN MAY INDICATE UNDER-UTILIZATION.
 (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON MEANS, SEE THE DISCUSSION UNDER "DERIVED
 MEASURES.")

PLUMBING FACILITIES

 THE DATA ON PLUMBING FACILITIES WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM H10,
 WHICH WAS ASKED AT BOTH OCCUPIED AND VACANT HOUSING UNITS.  THIS ITEM WAS
 ASKED ON A SAMPLE BASIS. COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES INCLUDE HOT AND COLD
 PIPED WATER, A FLUSH TOILET, AND A BATHTUB OR SHOWER. ALL THREE FACILITIES
 MUST BE LOCATED INSIDE THE HOUSE, APARTMENT, OR MOBILE HOME, BUT NOT NECES-
 SARILY IN THE SAME ROOM.  HOUSING UNITS ARE CLASSIFIED AS LACKING COMPLETE
 PLUMBING FACILITIES WHEN ANY OF THE THREE FACILITIES ARE NOT PRESENT.

 COMPARABILITY--THE 1990 DATA ON COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES ARE NOT STRICTLY
 COMPARABLE WITH THE 1980 DATA. IN 1980, COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES WERE
 DEFINED AS HOT AND COLD PIPED WATER, A BATHTUB OR SHOWER, AND A FLUSH TOILET
 IN THE HOUSING UNIT FOR THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE RESIDENTS OF THAT UNIT. IN
 1990, THE CENSUS BUREAU DROPPED THE REQUIREMENT OF EXCLUSIVE USE FROM THE
 DEFINITION OF COMPLETE PLUMBING FACILITIES. OF THE 2.3 MILLION YEAR-ROUND
 HOUSING UNITS CLASSIFIED IN 1980 AS LACKING COMPLETE PLUMBING FOR EXCLUSIVE
 USE, APPROXIMATELY 25 PERCENT OF THESE UNITS HAD COMPLETE PLUMBING BUT THE
 FACILITIES WERE ALSO USED BY MEMBERS OF ANOTHER HOUSEHOLD. FROM 1940 TO 1970,
 SEPARATE AND MORE DETAILED QUESTIONS WERE ASKED ON PIPED WATER, BATHING, AND
 TOILET FACILITIES. IN 1970 AND 1980, THE DATA ON PLUMBING FACILITIES WERE
 SHOWN ONLY FOR YEAR-ROUND UNITS.

POVERTY STATUS OF HOUSEHOLDS IN 1989

 THE DATA ON POVERTY STATUS OF HOUSEHOLDS WERE DERIVED FROM ANSWERS TO THE
 INCOME QUESTIONS. THE INCOME ITEMS WERE ASKED ON A SAMPLE BASIS.  HOUSEHOLDS
 ARE CLASSIFIED BELOW THE POVERTY LEVEL WHEN THE TOTAL 1989 INCOME OF THE
 FAMILY OR OF THE NONFAMILY HOUSEHOLDER IS BELOW THE APPROPRIATE POVERTY THRES-
 HOLD. THE INCOME OF PERSONS LIVING IN THE HOUSEHOLD WHO ARE UNRELATED TO THE
 HOUSEHOLDER IS NOT CONSIDERED WHEN DETERMINING THE POVERTY STATUS OF A HOUSE-
 HOLD, NOR DOES THEIR PRESENCE AFFECT THE HOUSEHOLD SIZE IN DETERMINING THE
 APPROPRIATE POVERTY THRESHOLD. THE POVERTY THRESHOLDS VARY DEPENDING UPON
 THREE CRITERIA: SIZE OF FAMILY, NUMBER OF CHILDREN, AND AGE OF THE FAMILY
 HOUSEHOLDER OR UNRELATED INDIVIDUAL FOR ONE AND TWO-PERSONS HOUSEHOLDS. (FOR
 MORE INFORMATION, SEE THE DISCUSSION OF "POVERTY STATUS IN 1989" AND "INCOME
 IN 1989" UNDER POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS.)

REAL ESTATE TAXES

 THE DATA ON REAL ESTATE TAXES WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM H21, WHICH
 WAS ASKED AT OWNER-OCCUPIED ONE-FAMILY HOUSES, CONDOMINIUMS, AND MOBILE HOMES.
 THE STATISTICS FROM THIS QUESTION REFER TO THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF ALL REAL ESTATE
 TAXES ON THE ENTIRE PROPERTY (LAND AND BUILDINGS) PAYABLE IN 1989 TO ALL
 TAXING JURISDICTIONS, INCLUDING SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS, SCHOOL TAXES, COUNTY
 TAXES, AND SO FORTH.

 REAL ESTATE TAXES INCLUDE STATE, LOCAL, AND ALL OTHER REAL ESTATE TAXES EVEN
 IF DELINQUENT, UNPAID, OR PAID BY SOMEONE WHO IS NOT A MEMBER OF THE HOUSE-
 HOLD. HOWEVER, TAXES DUE FROM PRIOR YEARS ARE NOT INCLUDED. IF TAXES ARE PAID
 ON OTHER THAN A YEARLY BASIS, THE PAYMENTS ARE CONVERTED TO A YEARLY BASIS.

 THE PAYMENT FOR REAL ESTATE TAXES IS ADDED TO PAYMENTS FOR FIRE, HAZARD, AND
 FLOOD INSURANCE; UTILITIES AND FUELS; AND MORTGAGES (BOTH FIRST AND JUNIOR
 MORTGAGES AND HOME EQUITY LOANS) TO DERIVE "SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS" AND
 "SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989." A
 SEPARATE QUESTION (H23C) DETERMINES WHETHER REAL ESTATE TAXES ARE INCLUDED
 IN THE MORTGAGE PAYMENT TO THE LENDER(S). THIS MAKES IT POSSIBLE TO AVOID
 COUNTING TAXES TWICE IN THE COMPUTATIONS.

 COMPARABILITY--DATA FOR REAL ESTATE TAXES WERE COLLECTED FOR THE FIRST TIME
 IN 1980.  THE QUESTION WAS ASKED ONLY AT OWNER-OCCUPIED ONE-FAMILY HOUSES.
 EXCLUDED WERE MOBILE HOMES OR TRAILERS, CONDOMINIUMS, HOUSES WITH A BUSINESS
 OR MEDICAL OFFICE ON THE PROPERTY, HOUSES ON 10 OR MORE ACRES, AND HOUSING
 UNITS IN MULTI-UNIT BUILDINGS. IN 1990, THE QUESTION WAS ASKED OF ALL ONE-
 FAMILY OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSES, INCLUDING HOUSES ON 10 OR MORE ACRES. IT ALSO
 WAS ASKED AT MOBILE HOMES, CONDOMINIUMS, AND ONE-FAMILY HOUSES WITH A
 BUSINESS OR MEDICAL OFFICE ON THE PROPERTY.

ROOMS

 THE DATA ON ROOMS WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM H3, WHICH
 WAS ASKED AT BOTH OCCUPIED AND VACANT HOUSING UNITS. THE STATISTICS ON
 ROOMS ARE IN TERMS OF THE NUMBER OF HOUSING UNITS WITH A SPECIFIED
 NUMBER OF ROOMS. THE INTENT OF THIS QUESTION IS TO COUNT THE NUMBER OF
 WHOLE ROOMS USED FOR LIVING PURPOSES.

 FOR EACH UNIT, ROOMS INCLUDE LIVING ROOMS, DINING ROOMS, KITCHENS,
 BEDROOMS, FINISHED RECREATION ROOMS, ENCLOSED PORCHES SUITABLE FOR
 YEAR-ROUND USE, AND LODGER'S ROOMS. EXCLUDED ARE STRIP OR PULLMAN
 KITCHENS, BATHROOMS, OPEN PORCHES, BALCONIES, HALLS OR FOYERS,
 HALF-ROOMS, UTILITY ROOMS, UNFINISHED ATTICS OR BASEMENTS, OR OTHER
 UNFINISHED SPACE USED FOR STORAGE. A PARTIALLY DIVIDED ROOM IS A
 SEPARATE ROOM ONLY IF THERE IS A PARTITION FROM FLOOR TO CEILING, BUT
 NOT IF THE PARTITION CONSISTS SOLELY OF SHELVES OR CABINETS.

 MEDIAN ROOMS--THIS MEASURE DIVIDES THE ROOM DISTRIBUTION INTO TWO EQUAL
 PARTS, ONE-HALF OF THE CASES FALLING BELOW THE MEDIAN NUMBER OF ROOMS AND
 ONE-HALF ABOVE THE MEDIAN. IN COMPUTING MEDIAN ROOMS, THE WHOLE NUMBER
 IS USED AS THE MIDPOINT OF THE INTERVAL; THUS, THE CATEGORY "3
 ROOMS" IS TREATED AS AN INTERVAL RANGING FROM 2.5 TO 3.5 ROOMS.
 MEDIAN ROOMS IS ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST TENTH. (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON
 MEDIANS, SEE THE DISCUSSION UNDER "DERIVED MEASURES.")

 AGGREGATE ROOMS--TO CALCULATE AGGREGATE ROOMS, AN ARBITRARY VALUE OF "10"
 IS ASSIGNED TO ROOMS FOR UNITS FALLING WITHIN THE TERMINAL CATEGORY, "9
 OR MORE." (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON AGGREGATES AND MEANS, SEE THE
 DISCUSSION UNDER "DERIVED MEASURES.")

 COMPARABILITY--DATA ON ROOMS HAVE BEEN COLLECTED SINCE 1940. IN 1970 AND
 1980, THESE DATA WERE SHOWN ONLY FOR YEAR-ROUND HOUSING UNITS. IN 1990,
 THESE DATA ARE SHOWN FOR ALL HOUSING UNITS.

SECOND OR JUNIOR MORTGAGE PAYMENT

 THE DATA ON SECOND OR JUNIOR MORTGAGE PAYMENTS WERE OBTAINED FROM QUES-
 TIONNAIRE ITEMS H24A AND H24B, WHICH WERE ASKED AT OWNER-OCCUPIED ONE-FAMILY
 HOUSES, CONDOMINIUMS, AND MOBILE HOMES. QUESTION H24A ASKS WHETHER A SECOND
 OR JUNIOR MORTGAGE OR A HOME EQUITY LOAN EXISTS ON THE PROPERTY. QUESTION H24B
 PROVIDES THE REGULAR MONTHLY AMOUNT REQUIRED TO BE PAID TO THE LENDER ON ALL
 SECOND OR JUNIOR MORTGAGES AND HOME EQUITY LOANS. AMOUNTS ARE INCLUDED EVEN IF
 THE PAYMENTS ARE DELINQUENT OR PAID BY SOMEONE ELSE. THE AMOUNTS REPORTED ARE
 INCLUDED IN THE COMPUTATION OF "SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS" AND "SELECTED
 MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989" FOR UNITS
 WITH A MORTGAGE.

 ALL MORTGAGES OTHER THAN FIRST MORTGAGES ARE CLASSIFIED AS "JUNIOR" MORTGAGES.
 A SECOND MORTGAGE IS A JUNIOR MORTGAGE THAT GIVES THE LENDER A CLAIM AGAINST
 THE PROPERTY THAT IS SECOND TO THE CLAIM OF THE HOLDER OF THE FIRST MORTGAGE.
 ANY OTHER JUNIOR MORTGAGE(S) WOULD BE SUBORDINATE TO THE SECOND MORTGAGE. A
 HOME EQUITY LOAN IS A LINE OF CREDIT AVAILABLE TO THE BORROWER THAT IS SECURED
 BY REAL ESTATE. IT MAY BE PLACED ON A PROPERTY THAT ALREADY HAS A FIRST OR
 SECOND MORTGAGE, OR IT MAY BE PLACED ON A PROPERTY THAT IS OWNED FREE AND
 CLEAR.

 IF THE RESPONDENTS ANSWERED THAT NO FIRST MORTGAGE EXISTED, BUT A SECOND MORT-
 GAGE DID (AS IN THE ABOVE CASE WITH A HOME EQUITY LOAN), A COMPUTER EDIT
 ASSIGNED THE UNIT A FIRST MORTGAGE AND MADE THE FIRST MORTGAGE MONTHLY PAYMENT
 THE AMOUNT REPORTED IN THE SECOND MORTGAGE.  THE SECOND MORTGAGE DATA WERE
 THEN MADE "NO" IN QUESTION H24A AND BLANK IN QUESTION H24B.

 COMPARABILITY--THE 1980 CENSUS OBTAINED TOTAL REGULAR MONTHLY MORTGAGE PAY-
 MENTS, INCLUDING PAYMENTS ON SECOND OR JUNIOR MORTGAGES, FROM ONE SINGLE QUES-
 TION. TWO QUESTIONS WERE USED IN 1990: ONE FOR REGULAR MONTHLY PAYMENTS ON
 FIRST MORTGAGES, AND ONE FOR REGULAR MONTHLY PAYMENTS ON SECOND OR JUNIOR
 MORTGAGES AND HOME EQUITY LOANS.

SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS

 THE DATA ON SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE
 ITEMS H20 THROUGH H26 FOR A SAMPLE OF OWNER-OCCUPIED ONE-FAMILY HOUSES,
 CONDOMINIUMS, AND MOBILE HOMES. SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS IS THE SUM OF
 PAYMENTS FOR MORTGAGES, DEEDS OF TRUST, CONTRACTS TO PURCHASE, OR SIMILAR
 DEBTS ON THE PROPERTY (INCLUDING PAYMENTS FOR THE FIRST MORTGAGE, SECOND OR
 JUNIOR MORTGAGES, AND HOME EQUITY LOANS); REAL ESTATE TAXES; FIRE, HAZARD,
 AND FLOOD INSURANCE ON THE PROPERTY; UTILITIES (ELECTRICITY, GAS, AND WATER);
 AND FUELS (OIL, COAL, KEROSENE, WOOD, ETC.). IT ALSO INCLUDES, WHERE APPRO-
 PRIATE, THE MONTHLY CONDOMINIUM FEE FOR CONDOMINIUMS AND MOBILE HOME COSTS
 (PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES, SITE RENT, REGISTRATION FEES, AND LICENSE FEES) FOR
 MOBILE HOMES.

 IN CERTAIN TABULATIONS, SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS ARE PRESENTED SEPARATELY
 FOR SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS (OWNER-OCCUPIED ONE-FAMILY HOUSES
 ON FEWER THAN 10 ACRES WITHOUT A BUSINESS OR MEDICAL OFFICE ON THE PROPERTY),
 OWNER-OCCUPIED CONDOMINIUMS, AND OWNER-OCCUPIED MOBILE HOMES. DATA USUALLY ARE
 SHOWN SEPARATELY FOR UNITS "WITH A MORTGAGE" AND FOR UNITS "NOT MORTGAGED."

 MEDIAN SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS--THIS MEASURE IS ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST
 WHOLE DOLLAR.

 COMPARABILITY--THE COMPONENTS OF SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS WERE COLLECTED
 FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 1980. THE 1990 TABULATIONS OF SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER
 COSTS FOR SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS ARE VIRTUALLY IDENTICAL TO
 1980, THE PRIMARY DIFFERENCE WAS THE AMOUNTS OF THE FIRST AND SECOND MORTGAGES
 WERE COLLECTED IN SEPARATE QUESTIONS IN 1990, WHILE THE AMOUNTS WERE COLLECTED
 IN A SINGLE QUESTION IN 1980.  THE COMPONENT PARTS OF THE ITEM WERE TABULATED
 FOR MOBILE HOMES AND CONDOMINIUMS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 1990.

 IN 1980, COSTS FOR ELECTRICITY AND GAS WERE COLLECTED AS AVERAGE MONTHLY
 COSTS. IN 1990, ALL UTILITY AND FUEL COSTS WERE COLLECTED AS YEARLY COSTS AND
 DIVIDED BY 12 TO PROVIDE AN AVERAGE MONTHLY COST.

SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989

 THE INFORMATION ON SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD
 INCOME IN 1989 IS THE COMPUTED RATIO OF SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS TO
 MONTHLY HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989. THE RATIO WAS COMPUTED SEPARATELY FOR EACH
 UNIT AND ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST WHOLE PERCENTAGE.  THE DATA ARE TABULATED
 SEPARATELY FOR SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED UNITS, CONDOMINIUMS, AND MOBILE HOMES.

 SEPARATE DISTRIBUTIONS ARE OFTEN SHOWN FOR UNITS "WITH A MORTGAGE" AND FOR
 UNITS "NOT MORTGAGED." UNITS OCCUPIED BY HOUSEHOLDS REPORTING NO INCOME OR
 A NET LOSS IN 1989 ARE INCLUDED IN THE "NOT COMPUTED" CATEGORY.  (FOR MORE
 INFORMATION, SEE THE DISCUSSION UNDER "SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS.")

 COMPARABILITY--THE COMPONENTS OF SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS WERE COLLECTED
 FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 1980. THE TABULATIONS OF "SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS
 AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989" FOR SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED
 HOUSING UNITS ARE COMPARABLE TO 1980.

SEWAGE DISPOSAL

 THE DATA ON SEWAGE DISPOSAL WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM H16, WHICH
 WAS ASKED AT BOTH OCCUPIED AND VACANT HOUSING UNITS. THIS ITEM WAS ASKED ON A
 SAMPLE BASIS. HOUSING UNITS ARE EITHER CONNECTED TO A PUBLIC SEWER, TO A
 SEPTIC TANK OR CESSPOOL, OR THEY DISPOSE OF SEWAGE BY OTHER MEANS. A PUBLIC
 SEWER MAY BE OPERATED BY A GOVERNMENT BODY OR BY A PRIVATE ORGANIZATION. A
 HOUSING UNIT IS CONSIDERED TO BE CONNECTED TO A SEPTIC TANK OR CESSPOOL WHEN
 THE UNIT IS PROVIDED WITH AN UNDERGROUND PIT OR TANK FOR SEWAGE DISPOSAL. THE
 CATEGORY, "OTHER MEANS" INCLUDES HOUSING UNITS WHICH DISPOSE OF SEWAGE IN SOME
 OTHER WAY.

 COMPARABILITY--DATA ON SEWAGE DISPOSAL HAVE BEEN COLLECTED SINCE 1940. IN 1970
 AND 1980, DATA WERE SHOWN ONLY FOR YEAR-ROUND HOUSING UNITS.  IN 1990, DATA
 ARE SHOWN FOR ALL HOUSING UNITS.

SOURCE OF WATER

 THE DATA ON SOURCE OF WATER WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM H15, WHICH
 WAS ASKED AT BOTH OCCUPIED AND VACANT HOUSING UNITS.  HOUSING UNITS MAY
 RECEIVE THEIR WATER SUPPLY FROM A NUMBER OF SOURCES. A COMMON SOURCE
 SUPPLYING WATER TO FIVE OR MORE UNITS IS CLASSIFIED AS A "PUBLIC SYSTEM OR
 PRIVATE COMPANY." THE WATER MAY BE SUPPLIED BY A CITY, COUNTY, WATER DISTRICT,
 WATER COMPANY, ETC., OR IT MAY BE OBTAINED FROM A WELL WHICH SUPPLIES WATER TO
 FIVE OR MORE HOUSING UNITS. IF THE WATER IS SUPPLIED FROM A WELL SERVING FOUR
 OR FEWER HOUSING UNITS, THE UNITS ARE CLASSIFIED AS HAVING WATER SUPPLIED BY
 EITHER AN "INDIVIDUAL DRILLED WELL" OR AN "INDIVIDUAL DUG WELL." DRILLED WELLS
 OR SMALL DIAMETER WELLS ARE USUALLY LESS THAN 1-1/2 FEET IN DIAMETER. DUG
 WELLS ARE USUALLY LARGER THAN 1-1/2 FEET WIDE AND GENERALLY HAND DUG. THE
 CATEGORY, "SOME OTHER SOURCE" INCLUDES WATER OBTAINED FROM SPRINGS, CREEKS,
 RIVERS, LAKES, CISTERNS, ETC.

 COMPARABILITY--DATA ON SOURCE OF WATER HAVE BEEN COLLECTED SINCE 1940. IN 1970
 AND 1980, DATA WERE SHOWN ONLY FOR YEAR-ROUND HOUSING UNITS.  IN 1990, DATA
 ARE SHOWN FOR ALL HOUSING UNITS.

TELEPHONE IN HOUSING UNIT

 THE DATA ON TELEPHONES WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM H12, WHICH WAS
 ASKED AT OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS. THIS ITEM WAS ASKED ON A SAMPLE BASIS. A
 TELEPHONE MUST BE INSIDE THE HOUSE OR APARTMENT FOR THE UNIT TO BE CLASSIFIED
 AS HAVING A TELEPHONE. UNITS WHERE THE RESPONDENT USES A TELEPHONE LOCATED
 INSIDE THE BUILDING BUT NOT IN THE RESPONDENT'S LIVING QUARTERS ARE CLASSI-
 FIED AS HAVING NO TELEPHONE.

 COMPARABILITY--DATA ON TELEPHONES IN 1980 ARE COMPARABLE TO 1990.  THE 1960
 AND 1970 CENSUSES COLLECTED DATA ON TELEPHONE AVAILABILITY. A UNIT WAS CLASSI-
 FIED AS HAVING A TELEPHONE AVAILABLE IF THERE WAS A TELEPHONE NUMBER ON WHICH
 OCCUPANTS OF THE UNIT COULD BE REACHED. THE TELEPHONE COULD HAVE BEEN IN
 ANOTHER UNIT, IN A COMMON HALL, OR OUTSIDE THE BUILDING.

TENURE

 THE DATA FOR TENURE WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM H4, WHICH
 WAS ASKED AT ALL OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS. ALL OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS ARE
 CLASSIFIED AS EITHER OWNER OCCUPIED OR RENTER OCCUPIED.

 OWNER OCCUPIED--A HOUSING UNIT IS OWNER OCCUPIED IF THE OWNER OR CO-OWNER
 LIVES IN THE UNIT EVEN IF IT IS MORTGAGED OR NOT FULLY PAID FOR. THE OWNER
 OR CO-OWNER MUST LIVE IN THE UNIT AND USUALLY IS THE PERSON LISTED IN
 COLUMN 1 OF THE QUESTIONNAIRE. THE UNIT IS "OWNED BY YOU OR SOMEONE
 IN THIS HOUSEHOLD WITH A MORTGAGE OR LOAN" IF IT IS BEING PURCHASED
 WITH A MORTGAGE OR SOME OTHER DEBT ARRANGEMENT SUCH AS A DEED OF TRUST,
 TRUST DEED, CONTRACT TO PURCHASE, LAND CONTRACT, OR PURCHASE AGREEMENT.
 THE UNIT IS ALSO CONSIDERED OWNED WITH A MORTGAGE IF IT IS BUILT ON
 LEASED LAND AND THERE IS A MORTGAGE ON THE UNIT.

 A HOUSING UNIT IS "OWNED BY YOU OR SOMEONE IN THIS HOUSEHOLD FREE
 AND CLEAR (WITHOUT A MORTGAGE)" IF THERE IS NO MORTGAGE OR OTHER
 SIMILAR DEBT ON THE HOUSE, APARTMENT, OR MOBILE HOME INCLUDING UNITS
 BUILT ON LEASED LAND IF THE UNIT IS OWNED OUTRIGHT WITHOUT A MORTGAGE.
 ALTHOUGH OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS ARE DIVIDED BETWEEN MORTGAGED AND
 OWNED FREE AND CLEAR ON THE QUESTIONNAIRE, CENSUS DATA PRODUCTS
 CONTAINING 100-PERCENT DATA SHOW ONLY TOTAL OWNER-OCCUPIED COUNTS. MORE
 EXTENSIVE MORTGAGE INFORMATION WAS COLLECTED ON THE LONG-FORM
 QUESTIONNAIRE AND ARE SHOWN IN CENSUS PRODUCTS CONTAINING SAMPLE DATA.

 RENTER OCCUPIED--ALL OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS WHICH ARE NOT OWNER OCCUPIED,
 WHETHER THEY ARE RENTED FOR CASH RENT OR OCCUPIED WITHOUT PAYMENT OF CASH
 RENT, ARE CLASSIFIED AS RENTER OCCUPIED. "NO CASH RENT" UNITS ARE
 SEPARATELY IDENTIFIED IN THE RENT TABULATIONS. SUCH UNITS ARE GENERALLY
 PROVIDED FREE BY FRIENDS OR RELATIVES OR IN EXCHANGE FOR SERVICES SUCH
 AS A RESIDENT MANAGER, CARETAKER, MINISTER, OR TENANT FARMER. HOUSING
 UNITS ON MILITARY BASES ALSO ARE CLASSIFIED IN THE "NO CASH RENT"
 CATEGORY.

 "RENTED FOR CASH RENT" INCLUDES UNITS IN CONTINUING CARE,
 SOMETIMES CALLED LIFE CARE ARRANGEMENTS. THESE ARRANGEMENTS USUALLY
 INVOLVE A CONTRACT BETWEEN ONE OR MORE INDIVIDUALS AND A HEALTH
 SERVICES PROVIDER GUARANTEEING THE INDIVIDUAL SHELTER, USUALLY A HOUSE
 OR APARTMENT, AND SERVICES, SUCH AS MEALS OR TRANSPORTATION TO SHOPPING
 OR RECREATION.

 COMPARABILITY--DATA ON TENURE HAVE BEEN COLLECTED SINCE 1890. IN 1970, THE
 QUESTION ON TENURE ALSO INCLUDED A CATEGORY FOR CONDOMINIUM AND COOPERATIVE
 OWNERSHIP. IN 1980, CONDOMINIUM UNITS AND COOPERATIVES WERE DROPPED
 FROM THE TENURE ITEM, AND SINCE 1980, ONLY CONDOMINIUM UNITS ARE
 IDENTIFIED IN A SEPARATE QUESTION.

 FOR 1990, THE RESPONSE CATEGORIES WERE EXPANDED TO ALLOW THE RESPONDENT
 TO REPORT WHETHER THE UNIT WAS OWNED WITH A MORTGAGE OR FREE AND CLEAR
 (WITHOUT A MORTGAGE). THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN UNITS OWNED WITH A
 MORTGAGE AND UNITS OWNED FREE AND CLEAR WAS ADDED IN 1990 TO IMPROVE
 THE COUNT OF OWNER-OCCUPIED UNITS. RESEARCH AFTER THE 1980 CENSUS
 INDICATED SOME RESPONDENTS DID NOT CONSIDER THEIR UNITS OWNED IF THEY
 HAD A MORTGAGE.

UNITS IN STRUCTURE

 THE DATA ON UNITS IN STRUCTURE (ALSO REFERRED TO AS "TYPE OF
 STRUCTURE") WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM H2, WHICH WAS
 ASKED AT ALL HOUSING UNITS. A STRUCTURE IS A SEPARATE BUILDING THAT
 EITHER HAS OPEN SPACES ON ALL SIDES OR IS SEPARATED FROM OTHER
 STRUCTURES BY DIVIDING WALLS THAT EXTEND FROM GROUND TO ROOF. IN
 DETERMINING THE NUMBER OF UNITS IN A STRUCTURE, ALL HOUSING UNITS, BOTH
 OCCUPIED AND VACANT, ARE COUNTED. STORES OR OFFICE SPACE ARE EXCLUDED.

 THE STATISTICS ARE PRESENTED FOR THE NUMBER OF HOUSING UNITS IN
 STRUCTURES OF SPECIFIED TYPE AND SIZE, NOT FOR THE NUMBER OF
 RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS.

 1-UNIT, DETACHED--THIS IS A 1-UNIT STRUCTURE DETACHED FROM ANY OTHER
 STRUCTURE, THAT IS, WITH OPEN SPACE ON ALL FOUR SIDES. SUCH STRUCTURES ARE
 CONSIDERED DETACHED EVEN IF THEY HAVE AN ADJOINING SHED OR GARAGE. A ONE-
 FAMILY HOUSE WHICH CONTAINS A BUSINESS IS CONSIDERED DETACHED AS LONG AS
 THE BUILDING HAS OPEN SPACE ON ALL FOUR SIDES. MOBILE HOMES OR TRAILERS TO
 WHICH ONE OR MORE PERMANENT ROOMS HAVE BEEN ADDED OR BUILT ARE ALSO
 INCLUDED.

 1-UNIT, ATTACHED--THIS IS A 1-UNIT STRUCTURE WHICH HAS ONE OR MORE WALLS
 EXTENDING FROM GROUND TO ROOF SEPARATING IT FROM ADJOINING STRUCTURES. IN
 ROW HOUSES (SOMETIMES CALLED TOWNHOUSES), DOUBLE HOUSES, OR HOUSES ATTACHED
 TO NONRESIDENTIAL STRUCTURES, EACH HOUSE IS A SEPARATE, ATTACHED STRUCTURE
 OF THE DIVIDING OR COMMON WALL GOES FROM GROUND TO ROOF.

 2 OR MORE UNITS--THESE ARE UNITS IN STRUCTURES CONTAINING 2 OR MORE HOUSING
 UNITS, FURTHER CATEGORIZED AS UNITS IN STRUCTURES WITH 2, 3 OR 4, 5 TO 9,
 10 TO 19, 20 TO 49, AND 50 OR MORE UNITS.

 MOBILE HOME OR TRAILER--BOTH OCCUPIED AND VACANT MOBILE HOMES TO WHICH NO
 PERMANENT ROOMS HAVE BEEN ADDED ARE COUNTED IN THIS CATEGORY. MOBILE HOMES
 OR TRAILERS USED ONLY FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES OR FOR EXTRA SLEEPING SPACE AND
 MOBILE HOMES OR TRAILERS FOR SALE ON A DEALER'S LOT, AT THE FACTORY, OR IN
 STORAGE ARE NOT COUNTED IN THE HOUSING INVENTORY.

 OTHER--THIS CATEGORY IS FOR ANY LIVING QUARTERS OCCUPIED AS A HOUSING UNIT
 THAT DOES NOT FIT THE PREVIOUS CATEGORIES. EXAMPLES THAT FIT THIS
 CATEGORY ARE HOUSEBOATS, RAILROAD CARS, CAMPERS, AND VANS.

 COMPARABILITY--DATA ON UNITS IN STRUCTURE HAVE BEEN COLLECTED SINCE 1940
 AND ON MOBILE HOMES AND TRAILERS SINCE 1950. IN 1970 AND 1980, THESE DATA
 WERE SHOWN ONLY FOR YEAR-ROUND HOUSING UNITS. IN 1990, THESE DATA ARE SHOWN
 FOR ALL HOUSING UNITS. IN 1980, THE DATA WERE COLLECTED ON A SAMPLE BASIS.
 THE CATEGORY, "BOAT, TENT, VAN, ETC." WAS REPLACED IN 1990 BY THE
 CATEGORY, "OTHER." IN SOME AREAS, THE PROPORTION OF UNITS
 CLASSIFIED AS "OTHER" IS FAR LARGER THAN THE NUMBER OF UNITS THAT
 WERE CLASSIFIED AS "BOAT, TENT, VAN, ETC." IN 1980.

USUAL HOME ELSEWHERE

 THE DATA FOR USUAL HOME ELSEWHERE WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE
 ITEM B, WHICH WAS COMPLETED BY CENSUS EMPLOYEES. A HOUSING UNIT
 TEMPORARILY OCCUPIED AT THE TIME OF ENUMERATION ENTIRELY BY PERSONS
 WITH A USUAL RESIDENCE ELSEWHERE IS CLASSIFIED AS VACANT. THE OCCUPANTS
 ARE CLASSIFIED AS HAVING A "USUAL HOME ELSEWHERE" AND ARE COUNTED
 AT THE ADDRESS OF THEIR USUAL PLACE OF RESIDENCE. TYPICAL EXAMPLES ARE
 PEOPLE IN A VACATION HOME, PERSONS RENTING LIVING QUARTERS TEMPORARILY
 FOR WORK, AND MIGRANT WORKERS.

 LIMITATION OF THE DATA--EVIDENCE FROM PREVIOUS CENSUSES SUGGESTS THAT IN
 SOME AREAS ENUMERATORS MARKED UNITS AS "VACANT--USUAL HOME ELSEWHERE" WHEN
 THEY SHOULD HAVE MARKED "VACANT--REGULAR."

 COMPARABILITY--DATA FOR USUAL HOME ELSEWHERE WERE TABULATED FOR THE FIRST
 TIME IN 1980.

UTILITIES

 THE DATA ON UTILITY COSTS WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEMS H20A THROUGH
 H20D, WHICH WERE ASKED OF OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS.  THESE ITEMS WERE ASKED ON
 A SAMPLE BASIS.

 QUESTIONS H20A THROUGH H20D ASKED FOR THE YEARLY COST OF UTILITIES (ELECTRI-
 CITY, GAS, WATER) AND OTHER FUELS (OIL, COAL, WOOD, KEROSENE, ETC.). FOR THE
 TABULATIONS, THESE YEARLY AMOUNTS ARE DIVIDED BY 12 TO DERIVE THE AVERAGE
 MONTHLY COST AND ARE THEN INCLUDED IN THE COMPUTATION OF "GROSS RENT," "GROSS
 RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989," "SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER
 COSTS," AND "SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME
 IN 1989."

 COSTS ARE RECORDED IF PAID BY OR BILLED TO OCCUPANTS, A WELFARE AGENCY, RELA-
 TIVES, OR FRIENDS. COSTS THAT ARE PAID BY LANDLORDS, INCLUDED IN THE RENT PAY-
 MENT, OR INCLUDED IN CONDOMINIUM OR COOPERATIVE FEES ARE EXCLUDED.

 LIMITATION OF THE DATA--RESEARCH HAS SHOWN THAT RESPONDENTS TENDED TO OVER-
 STATE THEIR EXPENSES FOR ELECTRICITY AND GAS WHEN COMPARED TO UTILITY COMPANY
 RECORDS. THERE IS SOME EVIDENCE THAT THIS OVERSTATEMENT IS REDUCED WHEN YEARLY
 COSTS ARE ASKED RATHER THAN MONTHLY COSTS. CAUTION SHOULD BE EXERCISED IN
 USING THESE DATA FOR DIRECT ANALYSIS BECAUSE COSTS ARE NOT REPORTED FOR
 CERTAIN KINDS OF UNITS SUCH AS RENTER-OCCUPIED UNITS WITH ALL UTILITIES
 INCLUDED IN THE RENT AND OWNER-OCCUPIED CONDOMINIUM UNITS WITH UTILITIES
 INCLUDED IN THE CONDOMINIUM FEE.

 COMPARABILITY--THE DATA ON UTILITY COSTS HAVE BEEN COLLECTED SINCE 1980 FOR
 OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS, AND SINCE 1940 FOR RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING
 UNITS. IN 1980, COSTS FOR ELECTRICITY AND GAS WERE COLLECTED AS AVERAGE
 MONTHLY COSTS. IN 1990, ALL UTILITY AND FUEL COSTS WERE COLLECTED AS YEARLY
 COSTS AND DIVIDED BY 12 TO PROVIDE AN AVERAGE MONTHLY COST.

VACANCY STATUS

 THE DATA ON VACANCY STATUS WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM C1,
 WHICH WAS COMPLETED BY CENSUS ENUMERATORS. VACANCY STATUS AND OTHER
 CHARACTERISTICS OF VACANT UNITS WERE DETERMINED BY ENUMERATORS
 OBTAINING INFORMATION FROM LANDLORDS, OWNERS, NEIGHBORS, RENTAL AGENTS,
 AND OTHERS. VACANT UNITS ARE SUBDIVIDED ACCORDING TO THEIR HOUSING
 MARKET CLASSIFICATION AS FOLLOWS:

   FOR RENT--THESE ARE VACANT UNITS OFFERED "FOR
   RENT" AND VACANT UNITS OFFERED EITHER "FOR RENT OR FOR SALE."

   FOR SALE ONLY--THESE ARE VACANT UNITS BEING OFFERED
   "FOR SALE ONLY," INCLUDING UNITS IN COOPERATIVES AND CONDOMINIUM
   PROJECTS IF THE INDIVIDUAL UNITS ARE OFFERED "FOR SALE ONLY."

   RENTED OR SOLD, NOT OCCUPIED--IF ANY MONEY RENT HAS
   BEEN PAID OR AGREED UPON BUT THE NEW RENTER HAS NOT MOVED IN AS OF THE
   DATE OF ENUMERATION, OR IF THE UNIT HAS RECENTLY BEEN SOLD BUT THE NEW
   OWNER HAS NOT YET MOVED IN, THE VACANT UNIT IS CLASSIFIED AS "RENTED
   OR SOLD, NOT OCCUPIED."

   FOR SEASONAL, RECREATIONAL, OR OCCASIONAL USE--THESE
   ARE VACANT UNITS USED OR INTENDED FOR USE ONLY IN CERTAIN SEASONS OR
   FOR WEEKEND OR OTHER OCCASIONAL USE THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. SEASONAL UNITS
   INCLUDE THOSE USED FOR SUMMER OR WINTER SPORTS OR RECREATION, SUCH AS
   BEACH COTTAGES AND HUNTING CABINS. SEASONAL UNITS MAY ALSO INCLUDE
   QUARTERS FOR SUCH WORKERS AS HERDERS AND LOGGERS.

   FOR MIGRANT WORKERS--THESE INCLUDE VACANT UNITS
   INTENDED FOR OCCUPANCY BY MIGRATORY WORKERS EMPLOYED IN FARM WORK
   DURING THE CROP SEASON. (WORK IN A CANNERY, A FREEZER PLANT, OR A FEED
   PROCESSING PLANT IS NOT FARM WORK.)

   OTHER VACANT--IF A VACANT UNIT DOES NOT FALL INTO ANY
   OF THE CLASSIFICATIONS SPECIFIED ABOVE, IT IS CLASSIFIED AS "OTHER
   VACANT." FOR EXAMPLE, THIS CATEGORY INCLUDES UNITS HELD FOR
   OCCUPANCY BY A CARETAKER OR JANITOR, AND UNITS HELD FOR PERSONAL
   REASONS OF THE OWNER.

 HOMEOWNER VACANCY RATE--THIS IS THE PERCENTAGE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE
 NUMBER OF VACANT UNITS FOR SALE AND THE TOTAL HOMEOWNER INVENTORY. IT IS
 COMPUTED BY DIVIDING THE NUMBER OF VACANT UNITS FOR SALE ONLY BY THE SUM OF
 THE OWNER-OCCUPIED UNITS AND THE NUMBER OF VACANT UNITS THAT ARE FOR SALE
 ONLY.

 RENTAL VACANCY RATE--THIS IS THE PERCENTAGE RELATIONSHIP OF THE NUMBER OF
 VACANT UNITS FOR RENT TO THE TOTAL RENTAL INVENTORY. IT IS COMPUTED BY
 DIVIDING THE NUMBER OF VACANT UNITS FOR RENT BY THE SUM OF THE RENTER-
 OCCUPIED UNITS AND THE NUMBER OF VACANT UNITS FOR RENT.

 COMPARABILITY--DATA ON VACANCY STATUS HAVE BEEN COLLECTED SINCE 1940. FOR
 1990, THE CATEGORY, "SEASONAL/RECREATIONAL/OCCASIONAL USE" COMBINED VACANT
 UNITS CLASSIFIED IN 1980 AS "SEASONAL OR MIGRATORY" AND "HELD
 FOR OCCASIONAL USE." ALSO, IN 1970 AND 1980, HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS
 WERE GENERALLY PRESENTED ONLY FOR YEAR-ROUND UNITS. IN 1990, HOUSING
 CHARACTERISTICS ARE SHOWN FOR ALL HOUSING UNITS.

VALUE

 THE DATA ON VALUE (ALSO REFERRED TO AS "PRICE ASKED" FOR
 VACANT UNITS) WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM H6, WHICH WAS ASKED
 AT OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS THAT WERE OWNED, BEING BOUGHT, OR VACANT FOR
 SALE AT THE TIME OF ENUMERATION. VALUE IS THE RESPONDENT'S ESTIMATE OF
 HOW MUCH THE PROPERTY (HOUSE AND LOT, MOBILE HOME AND LOT, OR
 CONDOMINIUM UNIT) WOULD SELL FOR IF IT WERE FOR SALE. IF THE HOUSE OR
 MOBILE HOME IS OWNED OR BEING BOUGHT, BUT THE LAND ON WHICH IT SITS IS
 NOT, THE RESPONDENT WAS ASKED TO ESTIMATE THE COMBINED VALUE OF THE
 HOUSE OR MOBILE HOME AND THE LAND. FOR VACANT UNITS, VALUE IS THE PRICE
 ASKED FOR THE PROPERTY.

 VALUE IS TABULATED SEPARATELY FOR ALL OWNER-OCCUPIED AND
 VACANT-FOR-SALE-ONLY HOUSING UNITS, OWNER-OCCUPIED AND VACANT-FOR-SALE
 MOBILE HOMES OR TRAILERS, AND SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED AND SPECIFIED
 VACANT-FOR-SALE-ONLY HOUSING UNITS. SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED AND
 SPECIFIED VACANT-FOR-SALE-ONLY HOUSING UNITS INCLUDE ONLY ONE-
 FAMILY HOUSES ON LESS THAN 10 ACRES WITHOUT A BUSINESS OR MEDICAL OFFICE
 ON THE PROPERTY. THE DATA FOR "SPECIFIED" UNITS EXCLUDE MOBILE
 HOMES, HOUSES WITH A BUSINESS OR MEDICAL OFFICE, HOUSES ON 10 OR MORE
 ACRES, AND HOUSING UNITS IN MULTI-UNIT BUILDINGS.

 MEDIAN AND QUARTILE VALUE--THE MEDIAN DIVIDES THE VALUE DISTRIBUTION INTO
 TWO EQUAL PARTS.  QUARTILES DIVIDE THE VALUE DISTRIBUTION INTO FOUR EQUAL
 PARTS. THESE MEASURES ARE ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST HUNDRED DOLLARS. (FOR MORE
 INFORMATION ON MEDIANS AND QUARTILES, SEE THE DISCUSSION UNDER
 "DERIVED MEASURES.")

 AGGREGATE VALUE--TO CALCULATE AGGREGATE VALUE, THE AMOUNT ASSIGNED FOR THE
 CATEGORY "LESS THAN $10,000" IS $9,000. THE AMOUNT ASSIGNED TO THE
 CATEGORY "$500,000 OR MORE" IS $600,000. MEAN VALUE IS ROUNDED TO
 THE NEAREST WHOLE DOLLAR. (FOR MORE INFORMATION ON AGGREGATES AND
 MEANS, SEE THE DISCUSSION UNDER "DERIVED MEASURES.")

 COMPARABILITY--IN 1980, VALUE WAS ASKED ONLY AT OWNER-OCCUPIED OR VACANT-
 FOR-SALE ONE-FAMILY HOUSES ON LESS THAN 10 ACRES WITH
 NO BUSINESS OR MEDICAL OFFICE ON THE PROPERTY AND AT ALL OWNER-OCCUPIED
 OR VACANT-FOR-SALE CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS. MOBILE HOMES WERE
 EXCLUDED. VALUE DATA WERE PRESENTED FOR SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED
 HOUSING UNITS, SPECIFIED VACANT-FOR-SALE-ONLY HOUSING UNITS, AND
 OWNER-OCCUPIED CONDOMINIUM HOUSING UNITS.

 IN 1990, THE QUESTION WAS ASKED AT ALL OWNER-OCCUPIED OR
 VACANT-FOR-SALE-ONLY HOUSING UNITS WITH NO EXCLUSIONS. DATA PRESENTED
 FOR SPECIFIED OWNER-OCCUPIED AND SPECIFIED VACANT-FOR-SALE-ONLY HOUSING
 UNITS WILL INCLUDE ONE-FAMILY CONDOMINIUM HOUSES BUT NOT CONDOMINIUMS IN
 MULTI-UNIT STRUCTURES SINCE CONDOMINIUM UNITS ARE NOW IDENTIFIED ONLY IN
 LONG-FORM QUESTIONNAIRES.

 FOR 1990, QUARTILES HAVE BEEN ADDED BECAUSE THE RANGE OF VALUES AND
 RENTS IN THE UNITED STATES HAS INCREASED IN RECENT YEARS. UPPER AND
 LOWER QUARTILES CAN BE USED TO NOTE LARGE VALUE AND RENT DIFFERENCES
 AMONG VARIOUS GEOGRAPHIC AREAS.

VEHICLES AVAILABLE

 THE DATA ON VEHICLES AVAILABLE WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM H13,
 WHICH WAS ASKED AT OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS. THIS ITEM WAS ASKED ON A SAMPLE
 BASIS. THESE DATA SHOW THE NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS WITH A SPECIFIED NUMBER OF
 PASSENGER CARS, VANS, AND PICKUP OR PANEL TRUCKS OF ONE-TON CAPACITY OR LESS
 KEPT AT HOME AND AVAILABLE FOR THE USE OF HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS. VEHICLES RENTED
 OR LEASED FOR ONE MONTH OR MORE, COMPANY VEHICLES, AND POLICE AND GOVERNMENT
 VEHICLES ARE INCLUDED IF KEPT AT HOME AND USED FOR NONBUSINESS PURPOSES. DIS-
 MANTLED OR IMMOBILE VEHICLES ARE EXCLUDED. VEHICLES KEPT AT HOME BUT USED ONLY
 FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES ALSO ARE EXCLUDED.

 VEHICLES PER HOUSEHOLD--THIS IS COMPUTED BY DIVIDING AGGREGATE VEHICLES AVAIL-
 ABLE BY THE NUMBER OF OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS.

 LIMITATION OF THE DATA--THE 1980 CENSUS EVALUATIONS SHOWED THAT THE NUMBER OF
 AUTOMOBILES WAS SLIGHTLY OVERREPORTED; THE NUMBER OF VANS AND TRUCKS SLIGHTLY
 UNDERREPORTED. THE STATISTICS DO NOT MEASURE THE NUMBER OF VEHICLES PRIVATELY
 OWNED OR THE NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS OWNING VEHICLES.

 COMPARABILITY--DATA ON AUTOMOBILES AVAILABLE WERE COLLECTED FROM 1960 TO 1980.
 IN 1980, A SEPARATE QUESTION ALSO WAS ASKED ON THE NUMBER OF TRUCKS AND VANS.
 THE DATA ON AUTOMOBILES AND TRUCKS AND VANS WERE PRESENTED SEPARATELY AND ALSO
 AS A COMBINED VEHICLES AVAILABLE TABULATION.  THE 1990 DATA ARE COMPARABLE TO
 THE 1980 VEHICLES AVAILABLE TABULATIONS.


YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT

 THE DATA ON YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE
 ITEM H8, WHICH WAS ASKED AT OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS.  THIS ITEM WAS ASKED ON A
 SAMPLE BASIS. THESE DATA REFER TO THE YEAR OF THE LATEST MOVE BY THE HOUSE-
 HOLDER. IF A HOUSEHOLDER MOVED BACK INTO A HOUSING UNIT HE OR SHE PREVIOUSLY
 OCCUPIED, THE YEAR OF THE LATEST MOVE WAS REPORTED. IF THE HOUSEHOLDER MOVED
 FROM ONE APARTMENT TO ANOTHER WITHIN THE SAME BUILDING, THE YEAR THE HOUSE-
 HOLDER MOVED INTO THE PRESENT APARTMENT WAS REPORTED. THE INTENT IS TO ESTA-
 BLISH THE YEAR THE PRESENT OCCUPANCY BY THE HOUSEHOLDER BEGAN. THE YEAR THAT
 THE HOUSEHOLDER MOVED IN IS NOT NECESSARILY THE SAME YEAR OTHER MEMBERS OF
 THE HOUSEHOLD MOVED, ALTHOUGH IN THE GREAT MAJORITY OF CASES AN ENTIRE HOUSE-
 HOLD MOVES AT THE SAME TIME.

 COMPARABILITY--IN 1960 AND 1970, THIS QUESTION WAS ASKED OF EVERY PERSON AND
 INCLUDED IN POPULATION REPORTS. THIS ITEM IN HOUSING TABULATIONS REFERS TO THE
 YEAR THE HOUSEHOLDER MOVED IN. IN 1980 AND 1990, THE QUESTION WAS ASKED ONLY
 OF THE HOUSEHOLDER.

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT

 THE DATA ON YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT WERE OBTAINED FROM QUESTIONNAIRE ITEM H17,
 WHICH WAS ASKED AT BOTH OCCUPIED AND VACANT HOUSING UNITS. THIS ITEM WAS
 ASKED ON A SAMPLE BASIS. DATA ON YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT REFER TO WHEN THE
 BUILDING WAS FIRST CONSTRUCTED, NOT WHEN IT WAS REMODELED, ADDED TO, OR
 CONVERTED. FOR HOUSING UNITS UNDER CONSTRUCTION THAT MET THE HOUSING UNIT
 DEFINITION--THAT IS, ALL EXTERIOR WINDOWS, DOORS, AND FINAL USABLE FLOORS
 WERE IN PLACE--THE CATEGORY "1989 OR MARCH 1990" WAS USED. FOR A HOUSEBOAT
 OR A MOBILE HOME OR TRAILER, THE MANUFACTURER'S MODEL YEAR WAS ASSUMED TO BE
 THE YEAR BUILT.  THE FIGURES SHOWN IN CENSUS DATA PRODUCTS RELATE TO THE
 NUMBER OF UNITS BUILT DURING THE SPECIFIED PERIODS THAT WERE STILL IN EXIS-
 TENCE AT THE TIME OF ENUMERATION.

 MEDIAN YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT--THE MEDIAN DIVIDES THE DISTRIBUTION INTO TWO
 EQUAL PARTS. THE MEDIAN IS ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST CALENDAR YEAR.  MEDIAN AGE
 OF HOUSING CAN BE OBTAINED BY SUBTRACTING MEDIAN YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT FROM
 1990. FOR EXAMPLE, IF THE MEDIAN YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT IS 1957, THE MEDIAN AGE
 OF HOUSING IN THAT AREA IS 33 YEARS (1990 MINUS 1957).

 LIMITATION OF THE DATA--DATA ON YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT ARE MORE SUSCEPTIBLE TO
 ERRORS OF RESPONSE AND NONREPORTING THAN DATA ON MANY OTHER ITEMS BECAUSE
 RESPONDENTS MUST RELY ON THEIR MEMORY OR ON ESTIMATES BY PERSONS WHO HAVE
 LIVED IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD A LONG TIME. AVAILABLE EVIDENCE INDICATES THERE IS
 UNDERREPORTING IN THE OLDER-YEAR-STRUCTURE-BUILT CATEGORIES, ESPECIALLY "BUILT
 IN 1939 OR EARLIER." THE INTRODUCTION OF THE "DON'T KNOW" CATEGORY (SEE THE
 DISCUSSION ON "COMPARABILITY") MAY HAVE RESULTED IN RELATIVELY HIGHER ALLOCA-
 TION RATES. DATA USERS SHOULD REFER TO THE DISCUSSION IN APPENDIX C, ACCURACY
 OF THE DATA, AND TO THE ALLOCATION TABLES.

 COMPARABILITY--DATA ON YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT WERE COLLECTED FOR THE FIRST TIME
 IN THE 1940 CENSUS. SINCE THEN, THE RESPONSE CATEGORIES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED TO
 ACCOMMODATE THE 10-YEAR PERIOD BETWEEN EACH CENSUS.  IN 1990, THE CATEGORY,
 "DON'T KNOW," WAS ADDED IN AN EFFORT TO MINIMIZE THE RESPONSE ERROR MENTIONED
 IN THE PARAGRAPH ABOVE ON LIMITATION OF THE DATA.
DERIVED MEASURES

GENERAL INFORMATION

 CENSUS DATA PRODUCTS INCLUDE VARIOUS DERIVED MEASURES SUCH AS
 MEDIANS, MEANS, AND PERCENTAGES, AS WELL AS CERTAIN RATES AND RATIOS.
 DERIVED MEASURES WHICH ROUND TO LESS THAN 0.1 ARE NOT SHOWN BUT
 INDICATED AS ZERO. IN PRINTED REPORTS, ZERO IS INDICATED BY SHOWING A
 DASH (-).

INTERPOLATION

 INTERPOLATION IS FREQUENTLY USED IN CALCULATING MEDIANS OR QUARTILES
 BASED ON INTERVAL DATA AND IN APPROXIMATING STANDARD ERRORS FROM
 TABLES. LINEAR INTERPOLATION IS USED TO ESTIMATE VALUES OF A FUNCTION
 BETWEEN TWO KNOWN VALUES. "PARETO INTERPOLATION" IS AN
 ALTERNATIVE TO LINEAR INTERPOLATION. IT IS USED BY THE CENSUS BUREAU IN
 CALCULATING MEDIAN INCOME WITHIN INTERVALS WIDER THAN $2,500. IN PARETO
 INTERPOLATION, THE LOGARITHM OF THE MEDIAN IS DERIVED BY INTERPOLATING
 BETWEEN THE LOGARITHMS OF THE UPPER AND LOWER INCOME LIMITS OF THE
 MEDIAN CATEGORY.

MEAN

 THIS MEASURE REPRESENTS AN ARITHMETIC AVERAGE OF A SET OF VALUES. IT
 IS DERIVED BY DIVIDING THE SUM OF A GROUP OF NUMERICAL ITEMS (OR
 AGGREGATE) BY THE TOTAL NUMBER OF ITEMS. AGGREGATES ARE USED IN
 COMPUTING MEAN VALUES. FOR EXAMPLE, MEAN FAMILY INCOME IS OBTAINED BY
 DIVIDING THE AGGREGATE OF ALL INCOME REPORTED BY PERSONS IN FAMILIES BY
 THE TOTAL NUMBER OF FAMILIES. (ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON MEANS AND
 AGGREGATES IS INCLUDED IN THE SEPARATE EXPLANATIONS OF MANY POPULATION
 AND HOUSING SUBJECTS.)

MEDIAN

 THIS MEASURE REPRESENTS THE MIDDLE VALUE IN A DISTRIBUTION. THE
 MEDIAN DIVIDES THE TOTAL FREQUENCY INTO TWO EQUAL PARTS: ONE-HALF OF
 THE CASES FALL BELOW THE MEDIAN AND ONE-HALF OF THE CASES EXCEED THE
 MEDIAN. THE MEDIAN IS COMPUTED ON THE BASIS OF THE DISTRIBUTION AS
 TABULATED, WHICH IS SOMETIMES MORE DETAILED THAN THE DISTRIBUTION SHOWN
 IN SPECIFIC CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND OTHER DATA PRODUCTS.

 IN REPORTS, IF THE MEDIAN FALLS WITHIN THE UPPER INTERVAL OF AN
 OPEN-ENDED DISTRIBUTION, THE MEDIAN IS SHOWN AS THE INITIAL VALUE OF
 THE INTERVAL FOLLOWED BY A PLUS SIGN (+), OR IF WITHIN THE LOWER
 INTERVAL, THE MEDIAN IS SHOWN AS THE UPPER VALUE OF THE CATEGORY
 FOLLOWED BY A MINUS SIGN (-). FOR SUMMARY TAPE FILES, IF THE MEDIAN
 FALLS WITHIN THE UPPER OR LOWER INTERVAL, IT IS SET TO A SPECIFIED
 VALUE. (ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON MEDIANS IS INCLUDED IN THE SEPARATE
 EXPLANATIONS OF MANY POPULATION AND HOUSING SUBJECTS.)

PERCENTAGES, RATES, AND RATIOS

 THESE MEASURES ARE FREQUENTLY PRESENTED IN CENSUS
 PRODUCTS AND ARE USED TO COMPARE TWO NUMBERS OR TWO SETS OF
 MEASUREMENTS. THESE COMPARISONS ARE MADE IN TWO WAYS: (1) SUBTRACTION
 WHICH PROVIDES AN ABSOLUTE MEASURE OF THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TWO ITEMS
 AND (2) THE QUOTIENT OF TWO NUMBERS WHICH PROVIDES A RELATIVE MEASURE
 OF DIFFERENCE.

QUARTILE

 THIS MEASURE DIVIDES A DISTRIBUTION INTO FOUR EQUAL PARTS. THE FIRST
 QUARTILE (OR LOWER QUARTILE) IS THE VALUE THAT DEFINES THE UPPER LIMIT
 OF THE LOWEST ONE-QUARTER OF THE CASES. THE SECOND QUARTILE IS THE
 MEDIAN. THE THIRD QUARTILE (OR UPPER QUARTILE) DEFINES THE LOWER LIMIT
 OF THE UPPER ONE-QUARTER OF THE CASES IN THE DISTRIBUTION. THE
 DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE UPPER AND LOWER QUARTILES IS CALLED THE
 INTERQUARTILE RANGE. THIS INTERQUARTILE RANGE IS LESS AFFECTED BY WIDE
 VARIATIONS THAN IS THE MEAN. QUARTILES ARE PRESENTED FOR CERTAIN
 FINANCIAL CHARACTERISTICS SUCH AS HOUSING VALUE AND RENT.
APPENDIX B. DEFINITIONS OF SUBJECT CHARACTERISTICS

POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS

 POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS                                      B-2

 ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH (SEE LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY
  TO SPEAK ENGLISH)

  ACTUAL HOURS WORKED LAST WEEK (SEE EMPLOYMENT STATUS)

  AGE                                                            B-2

  AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBE (SEE RACE)

  ANCESTRY                                                       B-2

  CARPOOLING (SEE JOURNEY TO WORK)

  CHILDREN EVER BORN (SEE FERTILITY)

  CITIZENSHIP                                                   B-4

  CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE (SEE EMPLOYMENT STATUS)

  CLASS OF WORKER (SEE INDUSTRY, OCCUPATION, AND CLASS OF WORKER)

  DISABILITY (SEE MOBILITY LIMITATION STATUS, SEE SELF-CARE LIMITATION
   STATUS, SEE WORK DISABILITY STATUS)

  EARNINGS IN 1989 (SEE INCOME IN 1989)

  EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT                                      B-4

  EMPLOYMENT STATUS                                           B-5

  FAMILIES (SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP)

  FAMILY COMPOSITION (SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP)

  FAMILY INCOME IN 1989 (SEE INCOME IN 1989)

  FAMILY SIZE (SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP)

  FAMILY TYPE (SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP)

  FARM POPULATION (SEE FARM RESIDENCE UNDER HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS)

  FERTILITY                                                   B-7

  FOREIGN-BORN PERSONS (SEE PLACE OF BIRTH)

  FOSTER CHILDREN (SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP)

  GROUP QUARTERS                                             B-7

  HISPANIC ORIGIN                                            B-12

  HOUSEHOLD (SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP)

  HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989 (SEE INCOME IN 1989)

  HOUSEHOLD LANGUAGE (SEE LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY
   TO SPEAK ENGLISH)

  HOUSEHOLD SIZE (SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP)

  HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP                           B-13

  HOUSEHOLDER (SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP)

  INCOME DEFICIT (SEE INCOME IN 1989)

  INCOME IN 1989                                            B-15

  INCOME TYPE IN 1989 (SEE INCOME IN 1989)

  INDUSTRY, OCCUPATION, AND CLASS OF WORKER                 B-19

  INSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS (SEE GROUP QUARTERS)

  JOURNEY TO WORK                                          B-21

  LABOR FORCE STATUS (SEE EMPLOYMENT STATUS)

  LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH     B-23

  LINGUISTIC ISOLATION (SEE LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY
   TO SPEAK ENGLISH)

  MARITAL STATUS                                           B-25

  MARRIED COUPLES (SEE MARITAL STATUS)

  MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK (SEE JOURNEY TO WORK)

  MIGRATION (SEE RESIDENCE IN 1985)

  MOBILITY LIMITATION STATUS                               B-26

  NATIVITY (SEE PLACE OF BIRTH)

  NONINSTITUTIONALIZED GROUP QUARTERS (SEE GROUP QUARTERS)

  OCCUPATION (SEE INDUSTRY, OCCUPATION, AND CLASS OF WORKER)

  OWN CHILDREN (SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP)

  PER CAPITA INCOME (SEE INCOME IN 1989)

  PERIOD OF MILITARY SERVICE (SEE VETERAN STATUS)

  PERSONS IN FAMILY (SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP)

  PERSONS IN HOUSEHOLDS (SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP)

  PLACE OF BIRTH                                           B-26

  PLACE OF WORK (SEE JOURNEY TO WORK)

  POVERTY STATUS IN 1989                                   B-27

  PRESENCE OF CHILDREN (SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP)

  PRIVATE VEHICLE OCCUPANCY (SEE JOURNEY TO WORK)

  RACE                                                      B-28

  REFERENCE WEEK                                            B-31

  RELATED CHILDREN (SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP)

  RESIDENCE IN 1985                                         B-32

  SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS                  B-33

  SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL                      B-33

  SELF-CARE LIMITATION STATUS                               B-34

  SEX                                                       B-34

  SPANISH ORIGIN (SEE HISPANIC ORIGIN)

  STEPFAMILY (SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP)

  SUBFAMILY (SEE HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP)

  TIME LEAVING HOME TO GO TO WORK (SEE JOURNEY TO WORK)

  TRAVEL TIME TO WORK (SEE JOURNEY TO WORK)

  TYPE OF SCHOOL (SEE SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL)

  USUAL HOURS WORKED PER WEEK WORKED IN 1989 (SEE WORK STATUS IN
    1989)

  VETERAN STATUS                                           B-34

  WEEKS WORKED IN 1989 (WORK STATUS IN 1989)

  WORK DISABILITY STATUS                                   B-35

  WORK STATUS IN 1989                                      B-35

  WORKER (SEE EMPLOYMENT STATUS, SEE INDUSTRY, OCCUPATION, AND
   CLASS OF WORKER, SEE JOURNEY TO WORK, SEE WORK STATUS IN 1989)

  WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989 (SEE WORK STATUS IN 1989)

  YEAR OF ENTRY                                            B-36

  YEARS OF MILITARY SERVICE (SEE VETERAN STATUS)

HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS

 HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS                                   B-36

  ACREAGE                                                  B-37

  AGE OF STRUCTURE (SEE YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT)

  AGRICULTURAL SALES                                       B-38

  BEDROOMS                                                 B-38

  BOARDED-UP STATUS                                        B-38

  BUSINESS ON PROPERTY                                     B-38

  CONDOMINIUM FEE                                          B-39

  CONDOMINIUM STATUS                                       B-39

  CONGREGATE HOUSING (SEE MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT)

  CONTRACT RENT                                            B-39

  CROP SALES (SEE AGRICULTURAL SALES)

  DURATION OF VACANCY                                      B-40

  FARM RESIDENCE                                           B-40

  GROSS RENT                                               B-40

  GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1989   B-41

  HOMEOWNER VACANCY RATE (SEE VACANCY STATUS)

  HOUSE HEATING FUEL                                       B-41

  HOUSING UNITS (SEE LIVING QUARTERS)

  INSURANCE FOR FIRE, HAZARD, AND FLOOD                    B-41

  KITCHEN FACILITIES                                       B-41

  LIVING QUARTERS                                          B-36

  MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT                                   B-41

  MOBILE HOME COSTS                                        B-42

  MONTHS VACANT (SEE DURATION OF VACANCY)

  MORTGAGE PAYMENT                                         B-42

  MORTGAGE STATUS                                          B-42

  OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS (SEE LIVING QUARTERS)

  OWNER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS (SEE TENURE)

  PERSONS IN UNIT                                          B-43

  PERSONS PER ROOM                                         B-43

  PLUMBING FACILITIES                                      B-43

  POVERTY STATUS OF HOUSEHOLDS IN 1989                     B-43

  REAL ESTATE TAXES                                        B-43

  RENTAL VACANCY RATE (SEE VACANCY STATUS)

  RENTER-OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS (SEE TENURE)

  ROOMS                                                    B-44

  SECOND OR JUNIOR MORTGAGE PAYMENT                        B-44

  SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS                             B-44

  SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD
   INCOME IN 1989                                          B-45

  SEWAGE DISPOSAL                                          B-45

  SOURCE OF WATER                                          B-45

  TELEPHONE IN HOUSING UNIT                                B-45

  TENURE                                                   B-46

  TYPE OF STRUCTURE (SEE UNITS IN STRUCTURE)

  UNITS IN STRUCTURE                                       B-46

  USUAL HOME ELSEWHERE                                     B-47

  UTILITIES                                                B-47

  VACANCY STATUS                                           B-47

  VACANT HOUSING UNITS (SEE LIVING QUARTERS)

  VALUE                                                    B-48

  VEHICLES AVAILABLE                                       B-48

  YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT                         B-49

  YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT                                     B-49

DERIVED MEASURES

 DERIVED MEASURES                                          B-49

  INTERPOLATION                                            B-49

  MEAN                                                     B-49

  MEDIAN                                                   B-49

  PERCENTAGES, RATES, AND RATIOS                           B-50

  QUARTILE                                                 B-50
APPENDIX C. ACCURACY OF THE DATA

CONTENTS

 CONFIDENTIALITY OF THE DATA      C-1

 EDITING OF UNACCEPTABLE DATA     C-9

 ERRORS IN THE DATA               C-2

 ESTIMATION PROCEDURE             C-5

 SAMPLE DESIGN                    C-1


INTRODUCTION

 THE DATA CONTAINED IN THIS DATA PRODUCT ARE BASED ON THE 1990 CENSUS SAMPLE.
 THE DATA ARE ESTIMATES OF THE ACTUAL FIGURES THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN OBTAINED
 FROM A COMPLETE COUNT. ESTIMATES DERIVED FROM A SAMPLE ARE EXPECTED TO BE
 DIFFERENT FROM THE 100-PERCENT FIGURES BECAUSE THEY ARE SUBJECT TO SAMPLING
 AND NONSAMPLING ERRORS. SAMPLING ERROR IN DATA ARISES FROM THE SELECTION OF
 PERSONS AND HOUSING UNITS TO BE INCLUDED IN THE SAMPLE. NONSAMPLING ERROR
 AFFECTS BOTH SAMPLE AND 100-PERCENT DATA, AND IS INTRODUCED AS A RESULT OF
 ERRORS THAT MAY OCCUR DURING THE COLLECTION AND PROCESSING PHASES OF THE
 CENSUS. PROVIDED BELOW IS A DETAILED DISCUSSION OF BOTH TYPES OF ERRORS AND
 A DESCRIPTION OF THE ESTIMATION PROCEDURES.

SAMPLE DESIGN

 EVERY PERSON AND HOUSING UNIT IN THE UNITED STATES WAS ASKED CERTAIN BASIC
 DEMOGRAPHIC AND HOUSING QUESTIONS (FOR EXAMPLE, RACE, AGE, MARITAL STATUS,
 HOUSING VALUE, OR RENT). A SAMPLE OF THESE PERSONS AND HOUSING UNITS WAS
 ASKED MORE DETAILED QUESTIONS ABOUT SUCH ITEMS AS INCOME, OCCUPATION, AND
 HOUSING COSTS IN ADDITION TO THE BASIC DEMOGRAPHIC AND HOUSING INFORMATION.
 THE PRIMARY SAMPLING UNIT FOR THE 1990 CENSUS WAS THE HOUSING UNIT, INCLUDING
 ALL OCCUPANTS. FOR PERSONS LIVING IN GROUP QUARTERS, THE SAMPLING UNIT WAS THE
 PERSON.  PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS WERE SAMPLED AT A 1-IN-6 RATE.

 THE SAMPLE DESIGNATION METHOD DEPENDED ON THE DATA COLLECTION PROCEDURES.
 APPROXIMATELY 95 PERCENT OF THE POPULATION WAS ENUMERATED BY THE MAILBACK
 PROCEDURE. IN THESE AREAS, THE BUREAU OF THE CENSUS EITHER PURCHASED A COMMER-
 CIAL MAILING LIST, WHICH WAS UPDATED BY THE UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE AND
 CENSUS BUREAU FIELD STAFF, OR PREPARED A MAILING LIST BY CANVASSING AND
 LISTING EACH ADDRESS IN THE AREA PRIOR TO CENSUS DAY. THESE LISTS WERE COMPU-
 TERIZED AND THE APPROPRIATE UNITS WERE ELECTRONICALLY DESIGNATED AS SAMPLE
 UNITS. THE QUESTIONNAIRES WERE EITHER MAILED OR HAND-DELIVERED TO THE
 ADDRESSES WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO COMPLETE AND MAIL BACK THE FORM.

 HOUSING UNITS IN GOVERNMENTAL UNITS WITH A PRECENSUS (1988) ESTIMATED POPU-
 LATION OF FEWER THAN 2,500 PERSONS WERE SAMPLED AT 1-IN-2.  GOVERNMENTAL UNITS
 WERE DEFINED FOR SAMPLING PURPOSES AS ALL INCORPORATED PLACES, ALL COUNTIES,
 ALL COUNTY EQUIVALENTS SUCH AS PARISHES IN LOUISIANA, AND ALL MINOR CIVIL
 DIVISIONS IN CONNECTICUT, MAINE, MASSACHUSETTS, MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA, NEW HAMP-
 SHIRE, NEW JERSEY, NEW YORK, PENNSYLVANIA, RHODE ISLAND, VERMONT, AND WIS-
 CONSIN.  HOUSING UNITS IN CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS (BNA'S) WITH
 A PRECENSUS HOUSING UNIT COUNT BELOW 2,000 HOUSING UNITS WERE SAMPLED AT
 1-IN-6 FOR THOSE PORTIONS NOT IN SMALL GOVERNMENTAL UNITS (GOVERNMENTAL UNITS
 WITH A POPULATION LESS THAN 2,500). HOUSING UNITS WITHIN CENSUS TRACTS AND
 BNA'S WITH 2,000 OR MORE HOUSING UNITS WERE SAMPLED AT 1-IN-8 FOR THOSE POR-
 TIONS NOT IN SMALL GOVERNMENTAL UNITS.

 IN LIST/ENUMERATE AREAS (ABOUT 5 PERCENT OF THE POPULATION), EACH ENUMERATOR
 WAS GIVEN A BLANK ADDRESS REGISTER WITH DESIGNATED SAMPLE LINES. BEGINNING
 ABOUT CENSUS DAY, THE ENUMERATOR SYSTEMATICALLY CANVASSED AN ASSIGNED AREA AND
 LISTED ALL HOUSING UNITS IN THE ADDRESS REGISTER IN THE ORDER THEY WERE
 ENCOUNTERED. COMPLETED QUESTIONNAIRES, INCLUDING SAMPLE INFORMATION FOR ANY
 HOUSING UNIT LISTED ON A DESIGNATED SAMPLE LINE, WERE COLLECTED. FOR ALL
 GOVERNMENTAL UNITS WITH FEWER THAN 2,500 PERSONS IN LIST/ENUMERATE AREAS, A
 1-IN-2 SAMPLING RATE WAS USED. ALL OTHER LIST/ENUMERATE AREAS WERE SAMPLED AT
 1-IN-6.

 HOUSING UNITS IN AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATIONS, TRIBAL JURISDICTION STATIS-
 TICAL AREAS, AND ALASKA NATIVE VILLAGES WERE SAMPLED ACCORDING TO THE SAME
 CRITERIA AS OTHER GOVERNMENTAL UNITS, EXCEPT THE SAMPLING RATES WERE BASED ON
 THE SIZE OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE POPULATION IN THOSE AREAS AS
 MEASURED IN THE 1980 CENSUS. TRUST LANDS WERE SAMPLED AT THE SAME RATE AS
 THEIR ASSOCIATED AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATIONS. CENSUS DESIGNATED PLACES IN
 HAWAII WERE SAMPLED AT THE SAME RATE AS GOVERNMENTAL UNITS BECAUSE THE CENSUS
 BUREAU DOES NOT RECOGNIZE INCORPORATED PLACES IN HAWAII.

 THE PURPOSE OF USING VARIABLE SAMPLING RATES WAS TO PROVIDE RELATIVELY MORE
 RELIABLE ESTIMATES FOR SMALL AREAS AND DECREASE RESPONDENT BURDEN IN MORE
 DENSELY POPULATED AREAS WHILE MAINTAINING DATA RELIABILITY.  WHEN ALL
 SAMPLING RATES WERE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT ACROSS THE NATION, APPROXIMATELY ONE
 OUT OF EVERY SIX HOUSING UNITS IN THE NATION WAS INCLUDED IN THE 1990 CENSUS
 SAMPLE.

CONFIDENTIALIALITY OF THE DATA

 TO MAINTAIN THE CONFIDENTIALITY REQUIRED BY LAW (TITLE 13, UNITED STATES
 CODE), THE BUREAU OF THE CENSUS APPLIES A CONFIDENTIALITY EDIT TO THE 1990
 CENSUS DATA TO ASSURE THAT PUBLISHED DATA DO NOT DISCLOSE INFORMATION ABOUT
 SPECIFIC INDIVIDUALS, HOUSEHOLDS, OR HOUSING UNITS.  AS A RESULT, A SMALL
 AMOUNT OF UNCERTAINTY IS INTRODUCED INTO THE ESTIMATES OF CENSUS CHARACTE-
 RISTICS. THE SAMPLE ITSELF PROVIDES ADEQUATE PROTECTION FOR MOST AREAS FOR
 WHICH SAMPLE DATA ARE PUBLISHED SINCE THE RESULTING DATA ARE ESTIMATES OF
 THE ACTUAL COUNTS; HOWEVER, SMALL AREAS REQUIRE MORE PROTECTION. THE EDIT
 IS CONTROLLED SO THAT THE BASIC STRUCTURE OF THE DATA IS PRESERVED.

 THE CONFIDENTIALITY EDIT IS IMPLEMENTED BY SELECTING A SMALL SUBSET OF INDI-
 VIDUAL HOUSEHOLDS FROM THE INTERNAL SAMPLE DATA FILES AND BLANKING A SUBSET
 OF THE DATA ITEMS ON THESE HOUSEHOLD RECORDS. RESPONSES TO THOSE DATA ITEMS
 WERE THEN IMPUTED USING THE SAME IMPUTATION PROCEDURES THAT WERE USED FOR NON-
 RESPONSE. A LARGER SUBSET OF HOUSEHOLDS IS SELECTED FOR THE CONFIDENTIALITY
 EDIT FOR SMALL AREAS TO PROVIDE GREATER PROTECTION FOR THESE AREAS. THE
 EDITING PROCESS IS IMPLEMENTED IN SUCH A WAY THAT THE QUALITY AND USEFULNESS
 OF THE DATA WERE PRESERVED.

ERRORS IN THE DATA

 SINCE STATISTICS IN THIS DATA PRODUCT ARE BASED ON A SAMPLE, THEY MAY DIFFER
 SOMEWHAT FROM 100-PERCENT FIGURES THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN OBTAINED IF ALL HOUSING
 UNITS, PERSONS WITHIN THOSE HOUSING UNITS, AND PERSONS LIVING IN GROUP QUAR-
 TERS HAD BEEN ENUMERATED USING THE SAME QUESTIONNAIRES, INSTRUCTIONS, ENUMERA-
 TORS, ETC. THE SAMPLE ESTIMATE ALSO WOULD DIFFER FROM OTHER SAMPLES OF HOUSING
 UNITS, PERSONS WITHIN THOSE HOUSING UNITS, AND PERSONS LIVING IN GROUP QUAR-
 TERS. THE DEVIATION OF A SAMPLE ESTIMATE FROM THE AVERAGE OF ALL POSSIBLE
 SAMPLES IS CALLED THE SAMPLING ERROR. THE STANDARD ERROR OF A SAMPLE ESTIMATE
 IS A MEASURE OF THE VARIATION AMONG THE ESTIMATES FROM ALL THE POSSIBLE
 SAMPLES AND THUS IS A MEASURE OF THE PRECISION WITH WHICH AN ESTIMATE FROM A
 PARTICULAR SAMPLE APPROXIMATES THE AVERAGE RESULT OF ALL POSSIBLE SAMPLES. THE
 SAMPLE ESTIMATE AND ITS ESTIMATED STANDARD ERROR PERMIT THE CONSTRUCTION OF
 INTERVAL ESTIMATES WITH PRESCRIBED CONFIDENCE THAT THE INTERVAL INCLUDES THE
 AVERAGE RESULT OF ALL POSSIBLE SAMPLES. DESCRIBED BELOW IS THE METHOD OF CALCU-
 LATING STANDARD ERRORS AND CONFIDENCE INTERVALS FOR THE DATA IN THIS PRODUCT.

 IN ADDITION TO THE VARIABILITY WHICH ARISES FROM THE SAMPLING PROCEDURES, BOTH
 SAMPLE DATA AND 100-PERCENT DATA ARE SUBJECT TO NONSAMPLING ERROR. NONSAMPLING
 ERROR MAY BE INTRODUCED DURING ANY OF THE VARIOUS COMPLEX OPERATIONS USED TO
 COLLECT AND PROCESS CENSUS DATA.  FOR EXAMPLE, OPERATIONS SUCH AS EDITING,
 REVIEWING, OR HANDLING QUESTIONNAIRES MAY INTRODUCE ERROR INTO THE DATA. A
 DETAILED DISCUSSION OF THE SOURCES OF NONSAMPLING ERROR IS GIVEN IN THE SEC-
 TION ON "CONTROL OF NONSAMPLING ERROR" IN THIS APPENDIX.

 NONSAMPLING ERROR MAY AFFECT THE DATA IN TWO WAYS. ERRORS THAT ARE INTRODUCED
 RANDOMLY WILL INCREASE THE VARIABILITY OF THE DATA AND SHOULD THEREFORE BE
 REFLECTED IN THE STANDARD ERROR. ERRORS THAT TEND TO BE CONSISTENT IN ONE
 DIRECTION WILL MAKE BOTH SAMPLE AND 100-PERCENT DATA BIASED IN THAT DIRECTION.
 FOR EXAMPLE, IF RESPONDENTS CONSISTENTLY TEND TO UNDER-REPORT THEIR INCOME,
 THEN THE RESULTING COUNTS OF HOUSEHOLDS OR FAMILIES BY INCOME CATEGORY WILL
 TEND TO BE UNDERSTATED FOR THE HIGHER INCOME CATEGORIES AND OVERSTATED FOR THE
 LOWER INCOME CATEGORIES. SUCH BIASES ARE NOT REFLECTED IN THE STANDARD ERROR.

CALCULATION OF STANDARD ERRORS

 TOTALS AND PERCENTAGES--TABLES A THROUGH C IN THIS APPENDIX CONTAIN THE INFOR-
 MATION NECESSARY TO CALCULATE THE STANDARD ERRORS OF SAMPLE ESTIMATES IN THIS
 DATA PRODUCT. TO CALCULATE THE STANDARD ERROR, IT IS NECESSARY TO KNOW THE
 BASIC STANDARD ERROR FOR THE CHARACTERISTIC (GIVEN IN TABLE A OR B) THAT WOULD
 RESULT UNDER A SIMPLE RANDOM SAMPLE DESIGN (OF PERSONS, HOUSEHOLDS, OR HOUSING
 UNITS) AND ESTIMATION TECHNIQUE; THE DESIGN FACTOR FOR THE PARTICULAR CHARAC-
 TERISTIC ESTIMATED (GIVEN IN TABLE C); AND THE NUMBER OF PERSONS OR HOUSING
 UNITS IN THE TABULATION AREA AND THE PERCENT OF THESE IN THE SAMPLE. FOR
 MACHINE-READABLE PRODUCTS, THE PERCENT-IN-SAMPLE IS INCLUDED IN A DATA MATRIX
 ON THE FILE FOR EACH TABULATION AREA. IN PRINTED REPORTS, THE PERCENT-IN-
 SAMPLE IS PROVIDED IN DATA TABLES AT THE END OF THE STATISTICAL TABLES THAT
 COMPOSE THE REPORT. THE DESIGN FACTORS REFLECT THE EFFECTS OF THE ACTUAL SAMPLE
 DESIGN AND COMPLEX RATIO ESTIMATION PROCEDURE USED FOR THE 1990 CENSUS. TAPE
 PURCHASERS WILL RECEIVE TABLE C, THE TABLE OF DESIGN FACTORS, AS A SUPPLEMENT
 TO THE TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION. TABLE C IS INCLUDED IN THIS APPENDIX FOR
 PRINTED REPORTS.

 THE STEPS GIVEN BELOW SHOULD BE USED TO CALCULATE THE STANDARD ERROR OF AN
 ESTIMATE OF A TOTAL OR A PERCENTAGE CONTAINED IN THIS PRODUCT.  A PERCENTAGE
 IS DEFINED HERE AS A RATIO OF A NUMERATOR TO A DENOMINATOR WHERE THE NUME-
 RATOR IS A SUBSET OF THE DENOMINATOR. FOR EXAMPLE, THE PROPORTION OF BLACK
 TEACHERS IS THE RATIO OF BLACK TEACHERS TO ALL TEACHERS.

  1.  OBTAIN THE STANDARD ERROR FROM TABLE A OR B (OR USE THE FORMULA
      GIVEN BELOW THE TABLE) FOR THE ESTIMATED TOTAL OR PERCENTAGE,
      RESPECTIVELY.

  2.  FIND THE GEOGRAPHIC AREA TO WHICH THE ESTIMATE APPLIES IN THE
      APPROPRIATE PERCENT-IN-SAMPLE TABLE OR APPROPRIATE MATRIX,
      AND OBTAIN THE PERSON OR HOUSING UNIT "PERCENT-IN-SAMPLE" FIGURE
      FOR THIS AREA. USE THE PERSON "PERCENT-IN-SAMPLE" FIGURE FOR
      PERSON AND FAMILY CHARACTERISTICS. USE THE HOUSING UNIT "PERCENT-
      IN-SAMPLE" FIGURE FOR HOUSING UNIT CHARACTERISTICS.

  3.  USE TABLE C TO OBTAIN THE DESIGN FACTOR FOR THE CHARACTERISTIC (FOR
      EXAMPLE, EMPLOYMENT STATUS, SCHOOL ENROLLMENT) AND THE RANGE THAT
      CONTAINS THE PERCENT- IN-SAMPLE WITH WHICH YOU ARE WORKING. MULTIPLY
      THE BASIC STANDARD ERROR BY THIS FACTOR.

 THE UNADJUSTED STANDARD ERRORS OF ZERO ESTIMATES OR OF VERY SMALL ESTIMATED
 TOTALS OR PERCENTAGES WILL APPROACH ZERO. THIS IS ALSO THE CASE FOR VERY
 LARGE PERCENTAGES OR ESTIMATED TOTALS THAT ARE CLOSE TO THE SIZE OF THE TABU-
 LATION AREAS TO WHICH THEY CORRESPOND.  NEVERTHELESS, THESE ESTIMATED TOTALS
 AND PERCENTAGES STILL ARE SUBJECT TO SAMPLING AND NONSAMPLING VARIABILITY, AND
 AN ESTIMATED STANDARD ERROR OF ZERO (OR A VERY SMALL STANDARD ERROR) IS NOT
 APPROPRIATE. FOR ESTIMATED PERCENTAGES THAT ARE LESS THAN 2 OR GREATER THAN
 98, USE THE BASIC STANDARD ERRORS IN TABLE B THAT APPEAR IN THE "2 OR 98"
 ROW. FOR AN ESTIMATED TOTAL THAT IS LESS THAN 50 OR WITHIN 50 OF THE TOTAL
 SIZE OF THE TABULATION AREA, USE A BASIC STANDARD ERROR OF 16.

 AN ILLUSTRATION OF THE USE OF THE TABLES IS GIVEN IN THE SECTION ENTITLED
 "USE OF TABLES TO COMPUTE STANDARD ERRORS."

 SUMS AND DIFFERENCES--THE STANDARD ERRORS ESTIMATED FROM THESE TABLES ARE NOT
 DIRECTLY APPLICABLE TO SUMS OF AND DIFFERENCES BETWEEN TWO SAMPLE ESTIMATES.
 TO ESTIMATE THE STANDARD ERROR OF A SUM OR DIFFERENCE, THE TABLES ARE TO BE
 USED SOMEWHAT DIFFERENTLY IN THE FOLLOWING THREE SITUATIONS:

  1.  FOR THE SUM OF OR DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A SAMPLE ESTIMATE AND A
      100-PERCENT VALUE, USE THE STANDARD ERROR OF THE SAMPLE ESTIMATE. THE
      COMPLETE COUNT VALUE IS NOT SUBJECT TO SAMPLING ERROR.

  2.  FOR THE SUM OF OR DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TWO SAMPLE ESTIMATES, THE
      APPROPRIATE STANDARD ERROR IS APPROXIMATELY THE SQUARE ROOT OF THE
      SUM OF THE TWO INDIVIDUAL STANDARD ERRORS SQUARED; THAT IS, FOR
      STANDARD ERRORS:

                       +       +               +     +
                     SEX AND SEY  OF ESTIMATES X AND Y:
                  + +       + +             +         +
               SE(X+Y) = SE(X-Y) = SQRT( (SEX)+2 + (SEY)+2)

 THIS METHOD, HOWEVER, WILL UNDERESTIMATE (OVERESTIMATE) THE STANDARD ERROR
 IF THE TWO ITEMS IN A SUM ARE HIGHLY POSITIVELY (NEGATIVELY) CORRELATED OR
 IF THE TWO ITEMS IN A DIFFERENCE ARE HIGHLY NEGATIVELY (POSITIVELY) CORRE-
 LATED. THIS METHOD MAY ALSO BE USED FOR THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN (OR SUM OF)
 SAMPLE ESTIMATES FROM TWO CENSUSES OR FROM A CENSUS SAMPLE AND ANOTHER
 SURVEY. THE STANDARD ERROR FOR ESTIMATES NOT BASED ON THE 1990 CENSUS SAMPLE
 MUST BE OBTAINED FROM AN APPROPRIATE SOURCE OUTSIDE OF THIS APPENDIX.

 FOR THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN TWO ESTIMATES, ONE OF WHICH IS A SUBCLASS OF THE
 OTHER, USE THE TABLES DIRECTLY WHERE THE CALCULATED DIFFERENCE IS THE ESTIMATE
 OF INTEREST. FOR EXAMPLE, TO DETERMINE THE ESTIMATE OF NON-BLACK TEACHERS, ONE
 MAY SUBTRACT THE ESTIMATE OF BLACK TEACHERS FROM THE ESTIMATE OF TOTAL
 TEACHERS. TO DETERMINE THE STANDARD ERROR OF THE ESTIMATE OF NON-BLACK
 TEACHERS APPLY THE ABOVE FORMULA DIRECTLY.

 RATIOS--FREQUENTLY, THE STATISTIC OF INTEREST IS THE RATIO OF TWO VARIABLES,
 WHERE THE NUMERATOR IS NOT A SUBSET OF THE DENOMINATOR. FOR EXAMPLE, THE RATIO
 OF TEACHERS TO STUDENTS IN PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS. THE STANDARD ERROR OF
 THE RATIO BETWEEN TWO SAMPLE ESTIMATES IS ESTIMATED AS FOLLOWS:

  1.  IF THE RATIO IS A PROPORTION, THEN FOLLOW THE PROCEDURE OUTLINED FOR
      "TOTALS AND PERCENTAGES."

  2.  IF THE RATIO IS NOT A PROPORTION, THEN APPROXIMATE THE STANDARD
      ERROR USING THE FORMULA BELOW.
                         +
                   + +   X          +         +
                SE(X/Y)= - SQRT( (SEX)+2   (SEY)+2
                         +       ------- + -------
                         Y          +        +
                                   (X)+2    (Y)+2
 MEDIANS--FOR THE STANDARD ERROR OF THE MEDIAN OF A CHARACTERISTIC, IT IS
 NECESSARY TO EXAMINE THE DISTRIBUTION FROM WHICH THE MEDIAN IS DERIVED, AS
 THE SIZE OF THE BASE AND THE DISTRIBUTION ITSELF AFFECT THE STANDARD ERROR.
 AN APPROXIMATE METHOD IS GIVEN HERE.  AS THE FIRST STEP, COMPUTE ONE-HALF OF
 THE NUMBER ON WHICH THE MEDIAN IS BASED (REFER TO THIS RESULT AS N/2). TREAT
 N/2 AS IF IT WERE AN ORDINARY ESTIMATE AND OBTAIN ITS STANDARD ERROR AS
 INSTRUCTED ABOVE.  COMPUTE THE DESIRED CONFIDENCE INTERVAL ABOUT N/2. STARTING
 WITH THE LOWEST VALUE OF THE CHARACTERISTIC, CUMULATE THE FREQUENCIES IN EACH
 CATEGORY OF THE CHARACTERISTIC UNTIL THE SUM EQUALS OR FIRST EXCEEDS THE LOWER
 LIMIT OF THE CONFIDENCE INTERVAL ABOUT N/2. BY LINEAR INTERPOLATION, OBTAIN A
 VALUE OF THE CHARACTERISTIC CORRESPONDING TO THIS SUM. THIS IS THE LOWER LIMIT
 OF THE CONFIDENCE INTERVAL OF THE MEDIAN. IN A SIMILAR MANNER, CONTINUE CUMU-
 LATING FREQUENCIES UNTIL THE SUM EQUALS OR EXCEEDS THE COUNT IN EXCESS OF THE
 UPPER LIMIT OF THE INTERVAL ABOUT N/2. INTERPOLATE AS BEFORE TO OBTAIN THE
 UPPER LIMIT OF THE CONFIDENCE INTERVAL FOR THE ESTIMATED MEDIAN.

 WHEN INTERPOLATION IS REQUIRED IN THE UPPER OPEN-ENDED INTERVAL OF A DISTRIBU-
 TION TO OBTAIN A CONFIDENCE BOUND, USE 1.5 TIMES THE LOWER LIMIT OF THE OPEN-
 ENDED CONFIDENCE INTERVAL AS THE UPPER LIMIT OF THE OPEN-ENDED INTERVAL.

CONFIDENCE INTERVALS

 A SAMPLE ESTIMATE AND ITS ESTIMATED STANDARD ERROR MAY BE USED TO CONSTRUCT
 CONFIDENCE INTERVALS ABOUT THE ESTIMATE. THESE INTERVALS ARE RANGES THAT WILL
 CONTAIN THE AVERAGE VALUE OF THE ESTIMATED CHARACTERISTIC THAT RESULTS OVER
 ALL POSSIBLE SAMPLES, WITH A KNOWN PROBABILITY. FOR EXAMPLE, IF ALL POSSIBLE
 SAMPLES THAT COULD RESULT UNDER THE 1990 CENSUS SAMPLE DESIGN WERE INDEPEN-
 DENTLY SELECTED AND SURVEYED UNDER THE SAME CONDITIONS, AND IF THE ESTIMATE
 AND ITS ESTIMATED STANDARD ERROR WERE CALCULATED FOR EACH OF THESE SAMPLES,
 THEN:

  1.  APPROXIMATELY 68 PERCENT OF THE INTERVALS FROM ONE ESTIMATED
      STANDARD ERROR BELOW THE ESTIMATE TO ONE ESTIMATED STANDARD ERROR
      ABOVE THE ESTIMATE WOULD CONTAIN THE AVERAGE RESULT FROM ALL POSSIBLE
      SAMPLES;

  2.  APPROXIMATELY 90 PERCENT OF THE INTERVALS FROM 1.645 TIMES THE
      ESTIMATED STANDARD ERROR BELOW THE ESTIMATE TO 1.645 TIMES THE
      ESTIMATED STANDARD ERROR ABOVE THE ESTIMATE WOULD CONTAIN THE AVERAGE
      RESULT FROM ALL POSSIBLE SAMPLES.

  3.  APPROXIMATELY 95 PERCENT OF THE INTERVALS FROM TWO ESTIMATED
      STANDARD ERRORS BELOW THE ESTIMATE TO TWO ESTIMATED STANDARD ERRORS
      ABOVE THE ESTIMATE WOULD CONTAIN THE AVERAGE RESULT FROM ALL POSSIBLE
      SAMPLES.

 THE INTERVALS ARE REFERRED TO AS 68 PERCENT, 90 PERCENT, AND 95 PERCENT
 CONFIDENCE INTERVALS, RESPECTIVELY.

 THE AVERAGE VALUE OF THE ESTIMATED CHARACTERISTIC THAT COULD BE DERIVED FROM
 ALL POSSIBLE SAMPLES IS OR IS NOT CONTAINED IN ANY PARTICULAR COMPUTED INTER-
 VAL. THUS, WE CANNOT MAKE THE STATEMENT THAT THE AVERAGE VALUE HAS A CERTAIN
 PROBABILITY OF FALLING BETWEEN THE LIMITS OF THE CALCULATED CONFIDENCE INTER-
 VAL. RATHER, ONE CAN SAY WITH A SPECIFIED PROBABILITY OF CONFIDENCE THAT THE
 CALCULATED CONFIDENCE INTERVAL INCLUDES THE AVERAGE ESTIMATE FROM ALL POSSIBLE
 SAMPLES (APPROXIMATELY THE 100-PERCENT VALUE).

 CONFIDENCE INTERVALS ALSO MAY BE CONSTRUCTED FOR THE RATIO, SUM OF, OR DIFFE-
 RENCE BETWEEN TWO SAMPLE FIGURES. THIS IS DONE BY FIRST COMPUTING THE RATIO,
 SUM, OR DIFFERENCE, THEN OBTAINING THE STANDARD ERROR OF THE RATIO, SUM, OR
 DIFFERENCE (USING THE FORMULAS GIVEN EARLIER), AND FINALLY FORMING A CONFI-
 DENCE INTERVAL FOR THIS ESTIMATED RATIO, SUM, OR DIFFERENCE AS ABOVE. ONE CAN
 THEN SAY WITH SPECIFIED CONFIDENCE THAT THIS INTERVAL INCLUDES THE RATIO, SUM,
 OR DIFFERENCE THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN OBTAINED BY AVERAGING THE RESULTS FROM ALL
 POSSIBLE SAMPLES.

 THE ESTIMATED STANDARD ERRORS GIVEN IN THIS APPENDIX DO NOT INCLUDE ALL POR-
 TIONS OF THE VARIABILITY DUE TO NONSAMPLING ERROR THAT MAY BE PRESENT IN THE
 DATA. THE STANDARD ERRORS REFLECT THE EFFECT OF SIMPLE RESPONSE VARIANCE, BUT
 NOT THE EFFECT OF CORRELATED ERRORS INTRODUCED BY ENUMERATORS, CODERS, OR
 OTHER FIELD OR PROCESSING PERSONNEL.  THUS, THE STANDARD ERRORS CALCULATED
 REPRESENT A LOWER BOUND OF THE TOTAL ERROR. AS A RESULT, CONFIDENCE INTERVALS
 FORMED USING THESE ESTIMATED STANDARD ERRORS MAY NOT MEET THE STATED LEVELS OF
 CONFIDENCE (I.E., 68, 90, OR 95 PERCENT). THUS, SOME CARE MUST BE EXERCISED IN
 THE INTERPRETATION OF THE DATA IN THIS DATA PRODUCT BASED ON THE ESTIMATED
 STANDARD ERRORS.

 A STANDARD SAMPLING THEORY TEXT SHOULD BE HELPFUL IF THE USER NEEDS MORE
 INFORMATION ABOUT CONFIDENCE INTERVALS AND NONSAMPLING ERRORS.

USE OF TABLES TO COMPUTE STANDARD ERRORS

 THE FOLLOWING IS A HYPOTHETICAL EXAMPLE OF HOW TO COMPUTE A STANDARD ERROR OF
 A TOTAL AND A PERCENTAGE. SUPPOSE A PARTICULAR DATA TABLE SHOWS THAT FOR CITY
 A 9,948 PERSONS OUT OF ALL 15,888 PERSONS AGE 16 YEARS AND OVER WERE IN THE
 CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE. THE PERCENT-IN-SAMPLE TABLE LISTS CITY A WITH A PERCENT-
 IN-SAMPLE OF 16.0 PERCENT (PERSONS COLUMN). THE COLUMN IN TABLE C WHICH
 INCLUDES 16.0 PERCENT-IN-SAMPLE SHOWS THE DESIGN FACTOR TO BE 1.1 FOR "EMPLOY-
 MENT STATUS."

 THE BASIC STANDARD ERROR FOR THE ESTIMATED TOTAL 9,948 MAY BE OBTAINED FROM
 TABLE A OR FROM THE FORMULA GIVEN BELOW TABLE A. IN ORDER TO AVOID INTERPO-
 LATION, THE USE OF THE FORMULA WILL BE DEMONSTRATED HERE.  SUPPOSE THAT THE
 TOTAL POPULATION OF CITY A WAS 21,220. THE FORMULA FOR THE BASIC STANDARD
 ERROR, SE, IS

        SE(9,948) = SQRT ( 5(9,948) (1-9,948/21,220) )

                  = 163 PERSONS

 THE STANDARD ERROR OF THE ESTIMATED 9,948 PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER WHO WERE
 IN THE CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE IS FOUND BY MULTIPLYING THE BASIC STANDARD ERROR
 163 BY THE DESIGN FACTOR, 1.1 FROM TABLE C. THIS YIELDS AN ESTIMATED STANDARD
 ERROR OF 179 FOR THE TOTAL NUMBER OF PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER IN CITY A WHO
 WERE IN THE CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE.

 THE ESTIMATED PERCENT OF PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER WHO WERE IN THE CIVILIAN
 LABOR FORCE IN CITY A IS 62.6. FROM TABLE B, THE UNADJUSTED STANDARD ERROR IS
 FOUND TO BE APPROXIMATELY 0.85 PERCENTAGE POINTS. THE STANDARD ERROR FOR THE
 ESTIMATED 62.6 PERCENT OF PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER WHO WERE IN THE CIVILIAN
 LABOR FORCE IS 0.85 X 1.1 = 0.94 PERCENTAGE POINTS.

 A NOTE OF CAUTION CONCERNING NUMERICAL VALUES IS NECESSARY.  STANDARD ERRORS
 OF PERCENTAGES DERIVED IN THIS MANNER ARE APPROXIMATE. CALCULATIONS CAN BE
 EXPRESSED TO SEVERAL DECIMAL PLACES, BUT TO DO SO WOULD INDICATE MORE PRECI-
 SION IN THE DATA THAN IS JUSTIFIABLE. FINAL RESULTS SHOULD CONTAIN NO MORE
 THAN TWO DECIMAL PLACES WHEN THE ESTIMATED STANDARD ERROR IS ONE PERCENTAGE
 POINT (I.E., 1.00) OR MORE.

 IN THE PREVIOUS EXAMPLE, THE STANDARD ERROR OF THE 9,948 PERSONS 16 YEARS AND
 OVER IN CITY A WHO WERE IN THE CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE WAS FOUND TO BE 179. THUS,
 A 90 PERCENT CONFIDENCE INTERVAL FOR THIS ESTIMATED TOTAL IS FOUND TO BE:

                (9,948-1.645(179))TO(9,948+1.645(179))
                                OR
                        9,654 TO 10,242

 ONE CAN SAY, WITH ABOUT 90 PERCENT CONFIDENCE, THAT THIS INTERVAL INCLUDES THE
 VALUE THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN OBTAINED BY AVERAGING THE RESULTS FROM ALL POSSIBLE
 SAMPLES.

 THE FOLLOWING IS AN ILLUSTRATION OF THE CALCULATION OF STANDARD ERRORS AND
 CONFIDENCE INTERVALS WHEN A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TWO SAMPLE ESTIMATES IS
 OBTAINED. FOR EXAMPLE, SUPPOSE THE NUMBER OF PERSONS IN CITY B AGE 16 YEARS
 AND OVER WHO WERE IN THE CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE WAS 9,314 AND THE TOTAL NUMBER
 OF PERSONS 16 YEARS AND OVER WAS 16,666. FURTHER SUPPOSE THE POPULATION OF
 CITY B WAS 25,225. THUS, THE ESTIMATED PERCENTAGE OF PERSONS 16 YEARS AND
 OVER WHO WERE IN THE CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE IS 55.9 PERCENT. THE UNADJUSTED
 STANDARD ERROR DETERMINED USING THE FORMULA PROVIDED AT THE BOTTOM OF TABLE
 B IS 0.86 PERCENTAGE POINTS. WE FIND THAT CITY B HAD A PERCENT-IN-SAMPLE OF
 15.7. THE RANGE WHICH INCLUDES 15.7 PERCENT-IN-SAMPLE IN TABLE C SHOWS THE
 DESIGN FACTOR TO BE 1.1 FOR "EMPLOYMENT STATUS." THUS, THE APPROXIMATE
 STANDARD ERROR OF THE PERCENTAGE (55.9 PERCENT) IS 0.86 X 1.1 = 0.95 PERCEN-
 TAGE POINTS.


 NOW SUPPOSE THAT ONE WISHED TO OBTAIN THE STANDARD ERROR OF THE DIFFERENCE
 BETWEEN CITY A AND CITY B OF THE PERCENTAGES OF PERSONS WHO WERE 16 YEARS AND
 OVER AND WHO WERE IN THE CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE.  THE DIFFERENCE IN THE PERCEN-
 TAGES OF INTEREST FOR THE TWO CITIES IS:

                 62.6 - 55.9 = 6.7 PERCENT.

  USING THE RESULTS OF THE PREVIOUS EXAMPLE:

    SE(6.7) = SQRT((SE(62.6))+2 + (SE(55.9))+2) = SQRT((0.94)+2 + (0.95)+2)

            = 1.34 PERCENTAGE POINTS


  THE 90 PERCENT CONFIDENCE INTERVAL FOR THE DIFFERENCE IS FORMED AS BEFORE:

            (6.70 - 1.645(1.34)) TO (6.70 + 1.645(1.34))
                         OR
                     4.50 TO 8.90


 ONE CAN SAY WITH 90 PERCENT CONFIDENCE THAT THE INTERVAL INCLUDES THE
 DIFFERENCE THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN OBTAINED BY AVERAGING THE RESULTS FROM
 ALL POSSIBLE SAMPLES.

 FOR REASONABLY LARGE SAMPLES, RATIO ESTIMATES ARE NORMALLY DISTRIBUTED,
 PARTICULARLY FOR THE CENSUS POPULATION. THEREFORE, IF WE CAN CALCULATE THE
 STANDARD ERROR OF A RATIO ESTIMATE THEN WE CAN FORM A CONFIDENCE INTERVAL
 AROUND THE RATIO. SUPPOSE THAT ONE WISHED TO OBTAIN THE STANDARD ERROR OF
 THE RATIO OF THE ESTIMATE OF PERSONS WHO WERE 16 YEARS AND OVER AND WHO WERE
 IN THE CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE IN CITY A TO THE ESTIMATE OF PERSONS WHO WERE 16
 YEARS AND OVER AND WHO WERE IN THE CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE IN CITY B. THE RATIO
 OF THE TWO ESTIMATES OF INTEREST IS:

                        9948/9314 = 1.07


                SE(1.07) =   9948  SQRT( (179)+2    (188)+2
                           ( ----)       -------  + -------
                             9314        (9948)+2   (9314)+2

                         = .029
 USING THE RESULTS ABOVE, THE 90 PERCENT CONFIDENCE INTERVAL FOR THIS RATIO
 WOULD BE:

                (1.07-1.645(.029))TO(1.07+1.645(.029))
                                 OR

                            1.02 TO 1.12
ESTIMATION PROCEDURE

 THE ESTIMATES WHICH APPEAR IN THIS PUBLICATION WERE OBTAINED FROM AN ITERA-
 TIVE RATIO ESTIMATION PROCEDURE (ITERATIVE PROPORTIONAL FITTING) RESULTING
 IN THE ASSIGNMENT OF A WEIGHT TO EACH SAMPLE PERSON OR HOUSING UNIT RECORD.
 FOR ANY GIVEN TABULATION AREA, A CHARACTERISTIC TOTAL WAS ESTIMATED BY
 SUMMING THE WEIGHTS ASSIGNED TO THE PERSONS OR HOUSING UNITS POSSESSING THE
 CHARACTERISTIC IN THE TABULATION AREA. ESTIMATES OF FAMILY OR HOUSEHOLD
 CHARACTERISTICS WERE BASED ON THE WEIGHT ASSIGNED TO THE FAMILY MEMBER DESIG-
 NATED AS HOUSEHOLDER. EACH SAMPLE PERSON OR HOUSING UNIT RECORD WAS ASSIGNED
 EXACTLY ONE WEIGHT TO BE USED TO PRODUCE ESTIMATES OF ALL CHARACTERISTICS. FOR
 EXAMPLE, IF THE WEIGHT GIVEN TO A SAMPLE PERSON OR HOUSING UNIT HAD THE VALUE
 6, ALL CHARACTERISTICS OF THAT PERSON OR HOUSING UNIT WOULD BE TABULATED WITH
 THE WEIGHT OF 6. THE ESTIMATION PROCEDURE, HOWEVER, DID ASSIGN WEIGHTS VARYING
 FROM PERSON TO PERSON OR HOUSING UNIT TO HOUSING UNIT. THE ESTIMATION PROCE-
 DURE USED TO ASSIGN THE WEIGHTS WAS PERFORMED IN GEOGRAPHICALLY DEFINED
 "WEIGHTING AREAS." WEIGHTING AREAS GENERALLY WERE FORMED OF CONTIGUOUS GEO-
 GRAPHIC UNITS WHICH AGREED CLOSELY WITH CENSUS TABULATION AREAS WITHIN COUN-
 TIES. WEIGHTING AREAS WERE REQUIRED TO HAVE A MINIMUM SAMPLE OF 400 PERSONS.
 WEIGHTING AREAS NEVER CROSSED STATE OR COUNTY BOUNDARIES. IN SMALL COUNTIES
 WITH A SAMPLE COUNT BELOW 400 PERSONS, THE MINIMUM REQUIRED SAMPLE CONDITION
 WAS RELAXED TO PERMIT THE ENTIRE COUNTY TO BECOME A WEIGHTING AREA.

 WITHIN A WEIGHTING AREA, THE RATIO ESTIMATION PROCEDURE FOR PERSONS WAS PER-
 FORMED IN FOUR STAGES. FOR PERSONS, THE FIRST STAGE APPLIED 17 HOUSEHOLD-TYPE
 GROUPS. THE SECOND STAGE USED TWO GROUPS: SAMPLING RATE OF 1-IN-2; SAMPLING
 RATE LESS THAN 1-IN-2. THE THIRD STAGE USED THE DICHOTOMY HOUSEHOLDERS/NON-
 HOUSEHOLDERS. THE FOURTH STAGE APPLIED 180 AGGREGATE AGE-SEX-RACE-HISPANIC
 ORIGIN CATEGORIES. THE STAGES WERE AS FOLLOWS:

PERSONS

 STAGE I: TYPE OF HOUSEHOLD

 GROUP   PERSONS IN HOUSING UNITS WITH A FAMILY WITH OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18
  1       2 PERSONS IN HOUSING UNIT
  2       3 PERSONS IN HOUSING UNIT
  3       4 PERSONS IN HOUSING UNIT
  4       5 TO 7 PERSONS IN HOUSING UNIT
  5       8 OR MORE PERSONS IN HOUSING UNIT

        PERSONS IN HOUSING UNITS WITH A FAMILY  WITHOUT OWN CHILDREN
        UNDER 18
 6- 10     2 THROUGH 8 OR MORE PERSONS IN HOUSING UNIT

        PERSONS IN ALL OTHER HOUSING UNITS
    11     1 PERSON IN HOUSING UNIT
 12-16     2 THROUGH 8 OR MORE PERSONS IN HOUSING UNIT

         PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS
  17      PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS

 STAGE II: SAMPLING RATES

  1     SAMPLING RATE OF 1-IN-2
  2     SAMPLING RATE LESS THAN 1-IN-2

 STAGE III: HOUSEHOLDER/NONHOUSEHOLDER
  1     HOUSEHOLDER
  2     NONHOUSEHOLDER

 STAGE IV:  AGE/SEX/RACE/HISPANIC ORIGIN
 GROUP        WHITE
               PERSONS OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
                 MALE
  1                0 TO 4 YEARS
  2                5 TO 14 YEARS
  3                15 TO 19 YEARS
  4                20 TO 24 YEARS
  5                25 TO 34 YEARS
  6                35 TO 54 YEARS
  7                55 TO 64 YEARS
  8                65 TO 74 YEARS
  9                75 YEARS AND OVER

                  FEMALE
 10-18              SAME AGE CATEGORIES AS GROUPS
                     1 THROUGH 9.

                PERSONS NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
 19-36             SAME SEX AND AGE CATEGORIES AS GROUPS 1 THROUGH 18.

              BLACK
 37-72          SAME AGE/SEX/HISPANIC ORIGIN CATEGORIES AS
                 GROUPS 1 THROUGH 36.

              ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER
 73-108         SAME AGE/SEX/HISPANIC ORIGIN CATEGORIES AS GROUPS 1
                THROUGH 36.

             AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT
 109-144        SAME AGE/SEX/HISPANIC ORIGIN CATEGORIES AS GROUPS 1
                THROUGH 36.

             OTHER RACE (INCLUDES THOSE RACES NOT LISTED ABOVE)
 145-180        SAME AGE/SEX/HISPANIC ORIGIN CATEGORIES AS GROUPS 1
                THROUGH 36.

 WITHIN A WEIGHTING AREA, THE FIRST STEP IN THE ESTIMATION PROCEDURE WAS TO
 ASSIGN AN INITIAL WEIGHT TO EACH SAMPLE PERSON RECORD. THIS WEIGHT WAS
 APPROXIMATELY EQUAL TO THE INVERSE OF THE PROBABILITY OF SELECTING A PERSON
 FOR THE CENSUS SAMPLE.

 THE NEXT STEP IN THE ESTIMATION PROCEDURE, PRIOR TO ITERATIVE PROPORTIONAL
 FITTING, WAS TO COMBINE CATEGORIES IN EACH OF THE FOUR ESTIMATION STAGES,
 WHEN NEEDED TO INCREASE THE RELIABILITY OF THE RATIO ESTIMATION PROCEDURE.
 FOR EACH STAGE, ANY GROUP THAT DID NOT MEET CERTAIN CRITERIA FOR THE
 UNWEIGHTED SAMPLE COUNT OR FOR THE RATIO OF THE 100-PERCENT TO THE INITIALLY
 WEIGHTED SAMPLE COUNT, WAS COMBINED, OR COLLAPSED, WITH ANOTHER GROUP IN THE
 SAME STAGE ACCORDING TO A SPECIFIED COLLAPSING PATTERN. AT THE FOURTH STAGE,
 AN ADDITIONAL CRITERION CONCERNING THE NUMBER OF COMPLETE COUNT PERSONS IN
 EACH RACE/HISPANIC ORIGIN CATEGORY WAS APPLIED.

 AS THE FINAL STEP, THE INITIAL WEIGHTS UNDERWENT FOUR STAGES OF RATIO ADJUST-
 MENT APPLYING THE GROUPING PROCEDURES DESCRIBED ABOVE. AT THE FIRST STAGE, THE
 RATIO OF THE COMPLETE CENSUS COUNT TO THE SUM OF THE INITIAL WEIGHTS FOR EACH
 SAMPLE PERSON WAS COMPUTED FOR EACH STAGE I GROUP. THE INITIAL WEIGHT ASSIGNED
 TO EACH PERSON IN A GROUP WAS THEN MULTIPLIED BY THE STAGE I GROUP RATIO TO
 PRODUCE AN ADJUSTED WEIGHT.

 IN STAGE II, THE STAGE I ADJUSTED WEIGHTS WERE AGAIN ADJUSTED BY THE RATIO
 OF THE COMPLETE CENSUS COUNT TO THE SUM OF THE STAGE I WEIGHTS FOR SAMPLE
 PERSONS IN EACH STAGE II GROUP. NEXT, AT STAGE III, THE STAGE II WEIGHTS WERE
 ADJUSTED BY THE RATIO OF THE COMPLETE CENSUS COUNT TO THE SUM OF THE STAGE II
 WEIGHTS FOR SAMPLE PERSONS IN EACH STAGE III GROUP. FINALLY, AT STAGE IV, THE
 STAGE III WEIGHTS WERE ADJUSTED BY THE RATIO OF THE COMPLETE CENSUS COUNT TO
 THE SUM OF THE STAGE III WEIGHTS FOR SAMPLE PERSONS IN EACH STAGE IV GROUP.
 THE FOUR STAGES OF RATIO ADJUSTMENT WERE PERFORMED TWO TIMES (TWO ITERATIONS)
 IN THE ORDER GIVEN ABOVE. THE WEIGHTS OBTAINED FROM THE SECOND ITERATION FOR
 STAGE IV WERE ASSIGNED TO THE SAMPLE PERSON RECORDS. HOWEVER, TO AVOID COMPLI-
 CATIONS IN ROUNDING FOR TABULATED DATA, ONLY WHOLE NUMBER WEIGHTS WERE
 ASSIGNED. FOR EXAMPLE, IF THE FINAL WEIGHT OF THE PERSONS IN A PARTICULAR
 GROUP WAS 7.25 THEN 1/4 OF THE SAMPLE PERSONS IN THIS GROUP WERE RANDOMLY
 ASSIGNED A WEIGHT OF 8, WHILE THE REMAINING 3/4 RECEIVED A WEIGHT OF 7.

 THE RATIO ESTIMATION PROCEDURE FOR HOUSING UNITS WAS ESSENTIALLY THE SAME AS
 THAT FOR PERSONS, EXCEPT THAT VACANT UNITS WERE TREATED DIFFERENTLY. THE
 OCCUPIED HOUSING UNIT RATIO ESTIMATION PROCEDURE WAS DONE IN FOUR STAGES, AND
 THE VACANT HOUSING UNIT RATIO ESTIMATION PROCEDURE WAS DONE IN A SINGLE STAGE.
 THE FIRST STAGE FOR OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS APPLIED 16 HOUSEHOLD TYPE CATE-
 GORIES, WHILE THE SECOND STAGE USED THE TWO SAMPLING CATEGORIES DESCRIBED
 ABOVE FOR PERSONS. THE THIRD STAGE APPLIED THREE UNITS-IN-STRUCTURE CATE-
 GORIES; I.E. SINGLE UNITS, MULTI-UNIT LESS THAN 10 AND MULTI-UNIT 10 OR MORE.
 THE FOURTH STAGE COULD  POTENTIALLY USE 200 TENURE-RACE-HISPANIC ORIGIN-
 VALUE/RENT GROUPS. THE STAGES FOR RATIO ESTIMATION FOR HOUSING UNITS WERE AS
 FOLLOWS:

OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS

 STAGE I: TYPE OF HOUSEHOLD


 GROUP   HOUSING UNITS WITH A FAMILY WITH OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18
  1       2 PERSONS IN HOUSING UNIT
  2       3 PERSONS IN HOUSING UNIT
  3       4 PERSONS IN HOUSING UNIT
  4       5 TO 7 PERSONS IN HOUSING UNIT
  5       8 OR MORE PERSONS IN HOUSING UNIT

        HOUSING UNITS WITH A FAMILY WITHOUT OWN CHILDREN UNDER 18
 6-10      2 THROUGH 8 OR MORE PERSONS IN HOUSING UNIT

        ALL OTHER HOUSING UNITS
   11      1 PERSON IN HOUSING UNIT
 12-16     2 THROUGH 8 OR MORE PERSONS IN HOUSING UNIT

 STAGE II: SAMPLING RATE CATEGORY

  1     SAMPLING RATE OF 1-IN-2
  2     SAMPLING RATE LESS THAN 1-IN-2

 STAGE III: UNITS IN STRUCTURE

  1     SINGLE UNIT STRUCTURE
  2     MULTI-UNIT STRUCTURE CONSISTING OF FEWER THAN 10 INDIVIDUAL
         UNITS
  3     MULTI-UNIT STRUCTURE CONSISTING OF 10 OR MORE INDIVIDUAL UNITS

 STAGE IV: TENURE/RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF HOUSEHOLDER/VALUE OR RENT

 GROUP      OWNER
             WHITE HOUSEHOLDER
               HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
                 VALUE
  1                LESS THAN $20,000
  2                $20,000 TO $39,999
  3                $40,000 TO $59,999
  4                $60,000 TO $79,999
  5                $80,000 TO $99,999
  6                $100,000 TO $149,999
  7                $150,000 TO $249,999
  8                $250,000 TO $299,999
  9                $300,000 OR MORE
 10                OTHER1/

               HOUSEHOLDER NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
 11-20            SAME VALUE CATEGORIES AS GROUPS 1 THROUGH 10

             BLACK HOUSEHOLDER
 21-40          SAME HISPANIC ORIGIN/VALUE CATEGORIES AS GROUPS 1 THROUGH 20

             ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER HOUSEHOLDER
 41-60          SAME HISPANIC ORIGIN/VALUE CATE GORIES AS GROUPS 1 THROUGH 20

             AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT HOUSEHOLDER
 61-80          SAME HISPANIC ORIGIN/VALUE CATEGORIES AS GROUPS 1 THROUGH 20

             HOUSEHOLDER OF OTHER RACE
 81-100         SAME HISPANIC ORIGIN/VALUE CATEGORIES AS GROUPS 1 THROUGH 20

           RENTER
             WHITE HOUSEHOLDER
               HOUSEHOLDER OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
                 RENT
 101                LESS THAN $100
 102                $100 TO $199
 103                $200 TO $299
 104                $300 TO $399
 105                $400 TO $499
 106                $500 TO $599
 107                $600 TO $749
 108                $750 TO $999
 109                $1,000 OR MORE
 110                NO CASH RENT

               HOUSEHOLDER NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
 111-120          SAME RENT CATEGORIES AS GROUPS 101 THROUGH 110

             BLACK HOUSEHOLDER
 121-140        SAME HISPANIC ORIGIN/RENT CATEGORIES AS GROUPS 101 THROUGH 120

             ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER HOUSEHOLDER
 141-160        SAME HISPANIC ORIGIN/RENT CATEGORIES AS GROUPS 101 THROUGH 120

             AMERICAN INDIAN, ESKIMO, OR ALEUT HOUSEHOLDER
 161-180        SAME HISPANIC ORIGIN/RENT CATEGORIES AS GROUPS 101 THROUGH 120

             HOUSEHOLDER OF OTHER RACE
 181-200        SAME HISPANIC ORIGIN/RENT CATEGORIES AS GROUPS 101 THROUGH 120

           VACANT HOUSING UNITS
  1          VACANT FOR RENT
  2          VACANT FOR SALE
  3          OTHER VACANT

 (1) VALUE OF UNITS IN THIS CATEGORY RESULTS FROM OTHER FACTORS BESIDES
 HOUSING VALUE ALONE, FOR EXAMPLE, INCLUSION OF MORE THAN 10 ACRES OF LAND,
 OR PRESENCE OF A BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENT ON THE PREMISES.

 THE ESTIMATES PRODUCED BY THIS PROCEDURE REALIZE SOME OF THE GAINS IN SAMPLING
 EFFICIENCY THAT WOULD HAVE RESULTED IF THE POPULATION HAD BEEN STRATIFIED INTO
 THE RATIO ESTIMATION GROUPS BEFORE SAMPLING, AND IF THE SAMPLING RATE HAD BEEN
 APPLIED INDEPENDENTLY TO EACH GROUP. THE NET EFFECT IS A REDUCTION IN BOTH THE
 STANDARD ERROR AND THE POSSIBLE BIAS OF MOST ESTIMATED CHARACTERISTICS TO
 LEVELS BELOW WHAT WOULD HAVE RESULTED FROM SIMPLY USING THE INITIAL, UNAD-
 JUSTED WEIGHT. A BY-PRODUCT OF THIS ESTIMATION PROCEDURE IS THAT THE ESTIMATES
 FROM THE SAMPLE WILL, FOR THE MOST PART, BE CONSISTENT WITH THE COMPLETE COUNT
 FIGURES FOR THE POPULATION AND HOUSING UNIT GROUPS USED IN THE ESTIMATION
 PROCEDURE.

CONTROL OF NONSAMPLING ERROR

 AS MENTIONED EARLIER, BOTH SAMPLE AND 100-PERCENT DATA ARE SUBJECT TO NON-
 SAMPLING ERROR. THIS COMPONENT OF ERROR COULD INTRODUCE SERIOUS BIAS INTO THE
 DATA, AND THE TOTAL ERROR COULD INCREASE DRAMATICALLY OVER THAT WHICH WOULD
 RESULT PURELY FROM SAMPLING. WHILE IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO COMPLETELY ELIMINATE
 NONSAMPLING ERROR FROM AN OPERATION AS LARGE AND COMPLEX AS THE DECENNIAL
 CENSUS, THE BUREAU OF THE CENSUS ATTEMPTED TO CONTROL THE SOURCES OF SUCH
 ERROR DURING THE COLLECTION AND PROCESSING OPERATIONS. DESCRIBED BELOW ARE
 THE PRIMARY SOURCES OF NONSAMPLING ERROR AND THE PROGRAMS INSTITUTED FOR
 CONTROL OF THIS ERROR. THE SUCCESS OF THESE PROGRAMS, HOWEVER, WAS CONTINGENT
 UPON HOW WELL THE INSTRUCTIONS ACTUALLY WERE CARRIED OUT DURING THE CENSUS.
 AS PART OF THE 1990 CENSUS EVALUATION PROGRAM, BOTH THE EFFECTS OF THESE
 PROGRAMS AND THE AMOUNT OF ERROR REMAINING AFTER THEIR APPLICATION WILL BE
 EVALUATED.

 UNDERCOVERAGE--IT IS POSSIBLE FOR SOME HOUSEHOLDS OR PERSONS TO BE MISSED
 ENTIRELY BY THE CENSUS. THE UNDERCOVERAGE OF PERSONS AND HOUSING UNITS CAN
 INTRODUCE BIASES INTO THE DATA.

 SEVERAL COVERAGE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS WERE IMPLEMENTED DURING THE DEVELOPMENT
 OF THE CENSUS ADDRESS LIST AND CENSUS ENUMERATION AND PROCESSING TO MINIMIZE
 UNDERCOVERAGE OF THE POPULATION AND HOUSING UNITS. THESE PROGRAMS WERE
 DEVELOPED BASED ON EXPERIENCE FROM THE 1980 CENSUS AND RESULTS FROM THE 1990
 CENSUS TESTING CYCLE. IN DEVELOPING AND UPDATING THE CENSUS ADDRESS LIST, THE
 CENSUS BUREAU USED A VARIETY OF SPECIALIZED PROCEDURES IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF
 THE COUNTRY.

 IN THE LARGE URBAN AREAS, THE CENSUS BUREAU PURCHASED AND GEOCODED ADDRESS
 LISTS. CONCURRENT WITH GEOCODING, THE UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE (USPS)
 REVIEWED AND UPDATED THIS LIST. AFTER THE POSTAL CHECK, CENSUS ENUMERATORS
 CONDUCTED A DEPENDENT CANVASS AND UPDATE OPERATION.  IN THE FALL OF 1989,
 LOCAL OFFICIALS WERE GIVEN THE OPPORTUNITY TO EXAMINE BLOCK COUNTS OF
 ADDRESS LISTINGS (LOCAL REVIEW) AND IDENTIFY POSSIBLE ERRORS. PRIOR TO MAIL-
 OUT, THE USPS CONDUCTED A FINAL REVIEW.

 IN SMALL CITIES, SUBURBAN AREAS, AND SELECTED RURAL PARTS OF THE COUNTRY, THE
 CENSUS BUREAU CREATED THE ADDRESS LIST THROUGH A LISTING OPERATION. THE USPS
 REVIEWED AND UPDATED THIS LIST, AND THE CENSUS BUREAU RECONCILED USPS CORREC-
 TIONS AND UPDATED THROUGH A FIELD OPERATION. IN THE FALL OF 1989, LOCAL OFFI-
 CIALS PARTICIPATED IN REVIEWING BLOCK COUNTS OF ADDRESS LISTINGS. PRIOR TO
 MAILOUT, THE USPS CONDUCTED A FINAL REVIEW.

 THE CENSUS BUREAU (RATHER THAN THE USPS) CONDUCTED A LISTING OPERATION IN THE
 FALL OF 1989 AND DELIVERED CENSUS QUESTIONNAIRES IN SELECTED RURAL AND SEA-
 SONAL HOUSING AREAS IN MARCH OF 1990. IN SOME INNER-CITY PUBLIC HOUSING
 DEVELOPMENTS, WHOSE ADDRESSES HAD BEEN OBTAINED VIA THE PURCHASED ADDRESS LIST
 NOTED ABOVE, CENSUS QUESTIONNAIRES WERE ALSO DELIVERED BY CENSUS BUREAU
 ENUMERATORS.

 COVERAGE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS CONTINUED DURING AND AFTER MAILOUT. A RECHECK
 OF UNITS INITIALLY CLASSIFIED AS VACANT OR NONEXISTENT IMPROVED FURTHER THE
 COVERAGE OF PERSONS AND HOUSING UNITS. ALL LOCAL OFFICIALS WERE GIVEN THE
 OPPORTUNITY TO PARTICIPATE IN A POST-CENSUS LOCAL REVIEW, AND CENSUS ENUME-
 RATORS CONDUCTED AN ADDITIONAL RECANVASS.  IN ADDITION, EFFORTS WERE MADE TO
 IMPROVE THE COVERAGE OF UNIQUE POPULATION GROUPS, SUCH AS THE HOMELESS AND
 PAROLEES/PROBATIONERS.  COMPUTER AND CLERICAL EDITS AND TELEPHONE AND PERSONAL
 VISIT FOLLOWUP ALSO CONTRIBUTED TO IMPROVED COVERAGE.

 MORE EXTENSIVE DISCUSSION OF THE PROGRAMS IMPLEMENTED TO IMPROVE COVERAGE WILL
 BE PUBLISHED BY THE CENSUS BUREAU WHEN THE EVALUATION OF THE COVERAGE IMPROVE-
 MENT PROGRAM IS COMPLETED.

 RESPONDENT AND ENUMERATOR ERROR--THE PERSON ANSWERING THE QUESTIONNAIRE OR
 RESPONDING TO THE QUESTIONS POSED BY AN ENUMERATOR COULD SERVE AS A SOURCE OF
 ERROR, ALTHOUGH THE QUESTIONS WERE PHRASED AS CLEARLY AS POSSIBLE BASED ON
 PRECENSUS TESTS, AND DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING THE QUESTIONNAIRE
 WERE PROVIDED TO EACH HOUSEHOLD. IN ADDITION, RESPONDENTS' ANSWERS WERE EDITED
 FOR COMPLETENESS AND CONSISTENCY, AND PROBLEMS WERE FOLLOWED UP AS NECESSARY.

 THE ENUMERATOR MAY MISINTERPRET OR OTHERWISE INCORRECTLY RECORD INFORMATION
 GIVEN BY A RESPONDENT; MAY FAIL TO COLLECT SOME OF THE INFORMATION FOR A
 PERSON OR HOUSEHOLD; OR MAY COLLECT DATA FOR HOUSEHOLDS THAT WERE NOT DESIG-
 NATED AS PART OF THE SAMPLE. TO CONTROL THESE PROBLEMS, THE WORK OF ENUME-
 RATORS WAS MONITORED CAREFULLY.  FIELD STAFF WERE PREPARED FOR THEIR TASKS BY
 USING STANDARDIZED TRAINING PACKAGES THAT INCLUDED HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE IN
 USING CENSUS MATERIALS. A SAMPLE OF THE HOUSEHOLDS INTERVIEWED BY ENUMERATORS
 FOR NONRESPONSE WERE REINTERVIEWED TO CONTROL FOR THE POSSIBILITY OF DATA FOR
 FABRICATED PERSONS BEING SUBMITTED BY ENUMERATORS. ALSO, THE ESTIMATION PROCE-
 DURE WAS DESIGNED TO CONTROL FOR BIASES THAT WOULD RESULT FROM THE COLLECTION
 OF DATA FROM HOUSEHOLDS NOT DESIGNATED FOR THE SAMPLE.

 PROCESSING ERROR--THE MANY PHASES INVOLVED IN PROCESSING THE CENSUS DATA
 REPRESENT POTENTIAL SOURCES FOR THE INTRODUCTION OF NONSAMPLING ERROR. THE
 PROCESSING OF THE CENSUS QUESTIONNAIRES INCLUDES THE FIELD EDITING, FOLLOWUP,
 AND TRANSMITTAL OF COMPLETED QUESTIONNAIRES; THE MANUAL CODING OF WRITE-IN
 RESPONSES; AND THE ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING. THE VARIOUS FIELD, CODING AND
 COMPUTER OPERATIONS UNDERGO A NUMBER OF QUALITY CONTROL CHECKS TO INSURE THEIR
 ACCURATE APPLICATION.

 NONRESPONSE--NONRESPONSE TO PARTICULAR QUESTIONS ON THE CENSUS QUESTIONNAIRE
 ALLOWS FOR THE INTRODUCTION OF BIAS INTO THE DATA, SINCE THE CHARACTERISTICS
 OF THE NONRESPONDENTS HAVE NOT BEEN OBSERVED AND MAY DIFFER FROM THOSE
 REPORTED BY RESPONDENTS. AS A RESULT, ANY IMPUTATION PROCEDURE USING RESPON-
 DENT DATA MAY NOT COMPLETELY REFLECT THIS DIFFERENCE EITHER AT THE ELEMENTAL
 LEVEL (INDIVIDUAL PERSON OR HOUSING UNIT) OR ON THE AVERAGE. SOME PROTECTION
 AGAINST THE INTRODUCTION OF LARGE BIASES IS AFFORDED BY MINIMIZING NONRE-
 SPONSE. IN THE CENSUS, NONRESPONSE WAS REDUCED SUBSTANTIALLY DURING THE FIELD
 OPERATIONS BY THE VARIOUS EDIT AND FOLLOWUP OPERATIONS AIMED AT OBTAINING A
 RESPONSE FOR EVERY QUESTION. CHARACTERISTICS FOR THE NONRESPONSES REMAINING
 AFTER THIS OPERATION WERE IMPUTED BY THE COMPUTER BY USING REPORTED DATA FOR
 A PERSON OR HOUSING UNIT WITH SIMILAR CHARACTERISTICS.
EDITING OF UNACCEPTABLE DATA

 THE OBJECTIVE OF THE PROCESSING OPERATION IS TO PRODUCE A SET OF
 DATA THAT DESCRIBES THE POPULATION AS ACCURATELY AND CLEARLY AS
 POSSIBLE. TO MEET THIS OBJECTIVE, QUESTIONNAIRES WERE EDITED DURING
 FIELD DATA COLLECTION OPERATIONS FOR CONSISTENCY, COMPLETENESS, AND
 ACCEPTABILITY. QUESTIONNAIRES WERE ALSO REVIEWED BY CENSUS CLERKS FOR
 OMISSIONS, CERTAIN INCONSISTENCIES, AND POPULATION COVERAGE. FOR
 EXAMPLE, WRITE-IN ENTRIES SUCH AS "DON'T KNOW" OR "NA" WERE
 CONSIDERED UNACCEPTABLE. FOR SOME DISTRICT OFFICES, THE INITIAL EDIT
 WAS AUTOMATED; HOWEVER, FOR THE MAJORITY OF THE DISTRICT OFFICES, IT
 WAS PERFORMED BY CLERKS. AS A RESULT OF THIS OPERATION, A TELEPHONE OR
 PERSONAL VISIT FOLLOW-UP WAS MADE TO OBTAIN MISSING INFORMATION.
 POTENTIAL COVERAGE ERRORS WERE INCLUDED IN THE FOLLOW-UP, AS WELL AS A
 SAMPLE OF QUESTIONNAIRES WITH OMISSIONS OR INCONSISTENCIES.

   SUBSEQUENT TO FIELD OPERATIONS, REMAINING INCOMPLETE OR INCONSISTENT
 INFORMATION ON THE QUESTIONNAIRES WAS ASSIGNED USING IMPUTATION
 PROCEDURES DURING THE FINAL AUTOMATED EDIT OF THE COLLECTED DATA.
 ALLOCATIONS, OR COMPUTER ASSIGNMENTS OF ACCEPTABLE CODES IN PLACE OF
 UNACCEPTABLE ENTRIES OR BLANKS, ARE NEEDED MOST OFTEN WHEN AN ENTRY FOR
 A GIVEN ITEM IS LACKING OR WHEN THE INFORMATION REPORTED FOR A PERSON
 OR HOUSING UNIT ON THAT ITEM IS INCONSISTENT WITH OTHER INFORMATION FOR
 THAT SAME PERSON OR HOUSING UNIT. AS IN PREVIOUS CENSUSES, THE GENERAL
 PROCEDURE FOR CHANGING UNACCEPTABLE ENTRIES WAS TO ASSIGN AN ENTRY FOR
 A PERSON OR HOUSING UNIT THAT WAS CONSISTENT WITH ENTRIES FOR PERSONS
 OR HOUSING UNITS WITH SIMILAR CHARACTERISTICS. THE ASSIGNMENT OF
 ACCEPTABLE CODES IN PLACE OF BLANKS OR UNACCEPTABLE ENTRIES ENHANCES
 THE USEFULNESS OF THE DATA.

 ANOTHER WAY IN WHICH CORRECTIONS WERE MADE DURING THE COMPUTER EDITING
 PROCESS WAS THROUGH SUBSTITUTION; THAT IS, THE ASSIGNMENT OF A FULL SET
 OF CHARACTERISTICS FOR A PERSON OR HOUSING UNIT. WHEN THERE WAS AN
 INDICATION THAT A HOUSING UNIT WAS OCCUPIED, BUT THE QUESTIONNAIRE
 CONTAINED NO INFORMATION FOR THE PEOPLE WITHIN THE HOUSEHOLD, OR THE
 OCCUPANTS WERE NOT LISTED ON THE QUESTIONNAIRE, A PREVIOUSLY ACCEPTED
 HOUSEHOLD WAS SELECTED AS A SUBSTITUTE, AND THE FULL SET OF
 CHARACTERISTICS FOR THE SUBSTITUTE WAS DUPLICATED. THE ASSIGNMENT OF
 THE FULL SET OF HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS OCCURRED WHEN THERE WAS NO
 HOUSING INFORMATION AVAILABLE. IF THE HOUSING UNIT WAS DETERMINED TO BE
 OCCUPIED, THE HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS WERE ASSIGNED FROM A PREVIOUSLY
 PROCESSED OCCUPIED UNIT. IF THE HOUSING UNIT WAS VACANT, THE HOUSING
 CHARACTERISTICS WERE ASSIGNED FROM A PREVIOUSLY PROCESSED VACANT UNIT.

                       SIZE OF PUBLICATION AREA 2
 ESTIMATED
  TOTAL  1
            500  1,000  2,500  5,000  10,000  25,000  50,000  100,000
 50          16     16     16     16      16      16      16      16
 100         20     21     22     22      22      22      22      22
 250         25     30     35     35      35      35      35      35
 500          -     35     45     45      50      50      50      50
 1,000        -      -     55     65      65      70      70      70
 2,500        -      -      -     80      95     110     110      110
 5,000        -      -      -      -     110     140     150      150
 10,000       -      -      -      -       -     170     200      210
 15,000       -      -      -      -       -     170     230      250
 25,000       -      -      -      -       -       -     250      310
 75,000       -      -      -      -       -       -       -      310
 100,000      -      -      -      -       -       -       -       -
 250,000      -      -      -      -       -       -       -       -
 500,000      -      -      -      -       -       -       -       -
 1,000,000    -      -      -      -       -       -       -       -
 5,000,000    -      -      -      -       -       -       -       -
 10,000,000   -      -      -      -       -       -       -       -
 -------------------------------------------------------------------------
 ESTIMATED
  TOTAL 1
           250,000  500,000  1,000,000  5,000,000  10,000,000  25,000,000
 50             16       16         16         16          16          16
 100            22       22         22         22          22          22
 250            35       35         35         35          35          35
 500            50       50         50         50          50          50
 1,000          70       70         70         70          70          70
 2,500         110      110        110        110         110         110
 5,000         160      160        160        160         160         160
 10,000        220      220        220        220         220         220
 15,000        270      270        270        270         270         270
 25,000        340      350        350        350         350         350
 75,000        510      570        590        610         610         610
 100,000       550      630        670        700         700         710
 250,000         -      790        970      1 090       1 100       1 100
 500,000         -        -      1 120      1 500       1 540       1 570
 1,000,000       -        -          -      2 000       2 120       2 190
 5,000,000       -        -          -          -       3 540       4 470
 10,000,000      -        -          -          -           -       5 480

 1 FOR ESTIMATED TOTALS LARGER THAN 10,000,000, THE STANDARD ERROR IS SOMEWHAT
   LARGER THAN THE TABLE VALUES. THE FORMULA GIVEN BELOW SHOULD BE USED TO
   CALCULATE THE STANDARD ERROR.

                     +           +      +
                  SE(Y) = SQRT (5Y (1 - Y ))
                                        -
                                        N
                   N = SIZE OF AREA
                   +
                   Y = ESTIMATE OF CHARACTERISTIC TOTAL

 2 THE TOTAL COUNT OF PERSONS IN THE AREA IF THE ESTIMATED TOTAL IS A
   PERSON CHARACTERISTIC, OR THE TOTAL COUNT OF HOUSING UNITS IN THE AREA
   IF THE ESTIMATED TOTAL IS A HOUSING UNIT CHARACTERISTIC.


 TABLE B. UNADJUSTED STANDARD ERROR IN PERCENTAGE POINTS FOR ESTIMATED
           PERCENTAGE

 (BASED ON A 1-IN-6 SIMPLE RANDOM SAMPLE)

 ESTIMATED               BASE OF PERCENTAGE 1
 PERCENTAGE
               500   750   1,000   1,500   2,500   5,000   7,500   10,000
 2 OR 98       1.4   1.1     1.0    0.8      0.6     0.4     0.4      0.3
 5 OR 95       2.2   1.8     1.5    1.3      1.0     0.7     0.6      0.5
 10 OR 90      3.0   2.4     2.1    1.7      1.3     0.9     0.8      0.7
 15 OR 85      3.6   2.9     2.5    2.1      1.6     1.1     0.9      0.8
 20 OR 80      4.0   3.3     2.8    2.3      1.8     1.3     1.0      0.9
 25 OR 75      4.3   3.5     3.1    2.5      1.9     1.4     1.1      1.0
 30 OR 70      4.6   3.7     3.2    2.6      2.0     1.4     1.2      1.0
 35 OR 65      4.8   3.9     3.4    2.8      2.1     1.5     1.2      1.1
 50            5.0   4.1     3.5    2.9      2.2     1.6     1.3      1.1

 -------------------------------------------------------------------------
 ESTIMATED                  BASE OF PERCENTAGE 1
 PERCENTAGE
              25,000  50,000   100,000   250,000   500,000
 2 OR 98         0.2     0.1       0.1       0.1       0.1
 5 OR 95         0.3     0.2       0.2       0.1       0.1
 10 OR 90        0.4     0.3       0.2       0.1       0.1
 15 OR 85        0.5     0.4       0.3       0.2       0.1
 20 OR 80        0.6     0.4       0.3       0.2       0.1
 25 OR 75        0.6     0.4       0.3       0.2       0.1
 30 OR 70        0.6     0.5       0.3       0.2       0.1
 35 OR 65        0.7     0.5       0.3       0.2       0.2
 50              0.7     0.5       0.4       0.2       0.2

 1 FOR A PERCENTAGE AND/OR BASE OF PERCENTAGE NOT SHOWN IN THE TABLE, THE
   FORMULA GIVEN BELOW MAY BE USED TO CALCULATE THE STANDARD ERROR. THIS
   TABLE SHOULD ONLY BE USED FOR PROPORTIONS, THAT IS, WHERE THE NUMERATOR
   IS A SUBSET OF THE DENOMINATOR.

                         +            +        +
                      SE(P)= SQRT ( 5 P (100 - P) )
                                    -
                                    B

                      B= BASE OF ESTIMATED PERCENTAGE
                      +
                      P= ESTIMATED PERCENTAGE

APPENDIX D. COLLECTION AND PROCESSING PROCEDURES

CONTENTS

  DATA COLLECTION PROCEDURES                                           D-2

  ENUMERATION AND RESIDENCE RULES                                      D-1

  PROCESSING PROCEDURES                                                D-5


ENUMERATION AND RESIDENCE RULES

DESCRIPTION

 IN ACCORDANCE WITH CENSUS PRACTICE DATING BACK TO THE FIRST UNITED
 STATES CENSUS IN 1790, EACH PERSON WAS TO BE ENUMERATED AS AN
 INHABITANT OF HIS OR HER "USUAL RESIDENCE" IN THE 1990 CENSUS.
 USUAL RESIDENCE IS THE PLACE WHERE THE PERSON LIVES AND SLEEPS MOST OF
 THE TIME OR CONSIDERS TO BE HIS OR HER USUAL RESIDENCE. THIS PLACE IS
 NOT NECESSARILY THE SAME AS THE PERSON'S LEGAL RESIDENCE OR VOTING
 RESIDENCE. IN THE VAST MAJORITY OF CASES, HOWEVER, THE USE OF THESE
 DIFFERENT BASES OF CLASSIFICATION WOULD PRODUCE SUBSTANTIALLY THE SAME
 STATISTICS, ALTHOUGH THERE MIGHT BE APPRECIABLE DIFFERENCES FOR A FEW
 AREAS.

 THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THIS PRACTICE HAS RESULTED IN THE ESTABLISHMENT
 OF RULES FOR CERTAIN CATEGORIES OF PERSONS WHOSE USUAL PLACE OF
 RESIDENCE IS NOT IMMEDIATELY APPARENT. FURTHERMORE, THIS PRACTICE MEANS
 THAT PERSONS WERE NOT ALWAYS COUNTED AS RESIDENTS OF THE PLACE WHERE
 THEY HAPPENED TO BE STAYING ON CENSUS DAY (APRIL 1, 1990).

ENUMERATION RULES

 EACH PERSON WHOSE USUAL RESIDENCE WAS IN THE UNITED STATES WAS TO BE
 INCLUDED IN THE CENSUS, WITHOUT REGARD TO THE PERSON'S LEGAL STATUS OR
 CITIZENSHIP. IN A DEPARTURE FROM EARLIER CENSUSES, FOREIGN DIPLOMATIC
 PERSONNEL PARTICIPATED VOLUNTARILY IN THE CENSUS, REGARDLESS OF THEIR
 RESIDENCE ON OR OFF THE PREMISES OF AN EMBASSY. AS IN PREVIOUS
 CENSUSES, PERSONS IN THE UNITED STATES SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDED FROM THE
 CENSUS WERE FOREIGN TRAVELERS WHO HAD NOT ESTABLISHED A RESIDENCE.

 AMERICANS WITH A USUAL RESIDENCE OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES WERE NOT
 ENUMERATED IN THE 1990 CENSUS. UNITED STATES MILITARY AND FEDERAL
 CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES, AND THEIR DEPENDENTS OVERSEAS, ARE INCLUDED IN THE
 POPULATION COUNTS FOR STATES FOR PURPOSES OF CONGRESSIONAL
 APPORTIONMENT, BUT ARE EXCLUDED FROM ALL OTHER TABULATIONS FOR STATES
 AND THEIR SUBDIVISIONS. THE COUNTS OF UNITED STATES MILITARY AND
 FEDERAL CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES, AND THEIR DEPENDENTS, WERE OBTAINED FROM
 ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS MAINTAINED BY FEDERAL DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES.
 OTHER AMERICANS LIVING OVERSEAS, SUCH AS EMPLOYEES OF INTERNATIONAL
 AGENCIES AND PRIVATE BUSINESSES AND STUDENTS, WERE NOT ENUMERATED, NOR
 WERE THEIR COUNTS OBTAINED FROM ADMINISTRATIVE SOURCES. ON THE OTHER
 HAND, AMERICANS TEMPORARILY OVERSEAS WERE TO BE ENUMERATED AT THEIR
 USUAL RESIDENCE IN THE UNITED STATES.

RESIDENCE RULES

 EACH PERSON INCLUDED IN THE CENSUS WAS TO BE COUNTED AT HIS OR HER
 USUAL RESIDENCE--THE PLACE WHERE HE OR SHE LIVES AND SLEEPS MOST OF THE
 TIME OR THE PLACE WHERE THE PERSON CONSIDERS TO BE HIS OR HER USUAL
 HOME. IF A PERSON HAD NO USUAL RESIDENCE, THE PERSON WAS TO BE COUNTED
 WHERE HE OR SHE WAS STAYING ON APRIL 1, 1990.

 PERSONS TEMPORARILY AWAY FROM THEIR USUAL RESIDENCE, WHETHER IN THE
 UNITED STATES OR OVERSEAS, ON A VACATION OR ON A BUSINESS TRIP, WERE
 COUNTED AT THEIR USUAL RESIDENCE. PERSONS WHO OCCUPIED MORE THAN ONE
 RESIDENCE DURING THE YEAR WERE COUNTED AT THE ONE THEY CONSIDERED TO BE
 THEIR USUAL RESIDENCE. PERSONS WHO MOVED ON OR NEAR CENSUS DAY WERE
 COUNTED AT THE PLACE THEY CONSIDERED TO BE THEIR USUAL RESIDENCE.

 PERSONS IN THE ARMED FORCES--MEMBERS OF THE ARMED FORCES WERE COUNTED AS
 RESIDENTS OF THE AREA IN WHICH THE INSTALLATION WAS LOCATED, EITHER ON THE
 INSTALLATION OR IN THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITY. FAMILY MEMBERS OF ARMED
 FORCES PERSONNEL WERE COUNTED WHERE THEY WERE LIVING ON CENSUS DAY (FOR
 EXAMPLE, WITH THE ARMED FORCES PERSON OR AT ANOTHER LOCATION).

 EACH NAVY SHIP NOT DEPLOYED TO THE 6TH OR 7TH FLEET WAS ATTRIBUTED TO
 THE MUNICIPALITY THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY DESIGNATED AS ITS
 HOMEPORT. IF THE HOMEPORT INCLUDED MORE THAN ONE MUNICIPALITY, SHIPS
 BERTHED THERE ON CENSUS DAY WERE ASSIGNED BY THE BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
 TO THE MUNICIPALITY IN WHICH THE LAND IMMEDIATELY ADJACENT TO THE DOCK
 OR PIER WAS ACTUALLY LOCATED. SHIPS ATTRIBUTED TO THE HOMEPORT, BUT NOT
 PHYSICALLY PRESENT AND NOT DEPLOYED TO THE 6TH OR 7TH FLEET, WERE
 ASSIGNED TO THE MUNICIPALITY NAMED ON THE DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY'S
 HOMEPORT LIST. THESE RULES ALSO APPLY TO COAST GUARD VESSELS.

 PERSONNEL ASSIGNED TO EACH NAVY AND COAST GUARD SHIP WERE GIVEN THE
 OPPORTUNITY TO REPORT A RESIDENCE OFF THE SHIP. THOSE WHO DID REPORT AN
 OFF-SHIP RESIDENCE IN THE COMMUNITIES SURROUNDING THE HOMEPORT WERE
 COUNTED THERE; THOSE WHO DID NOT WERE COUNTED AS RESIDENTS OF THE SHIP.
 PERSONNEL ON NAVY SHIPS DEPLOYED TO THE 6TH OR 7TH FLEET ON CENSUS DAY
 WERE CONSIDERED TO BE PART OF THE OVERSEAS POPULATION.

 PERSONS ON MARITIME SHIPS--PERSONS ABOARD MARITIME SHIPS WHO REPORTED AN
 OFF-SHIP RESIDENCE WERE COUNTED AT THAT RESIDENCE. THOSE WHO DID NOT WERE
 COUNTED AS RESIDENTS OF THE SHIP, AND WERE ATTRIBUTED AS FOLLOWS:

 1.  THE PORT WHERE THE SHIP WAS DOCKED ON CENSUS DAY, IF THAT PORT WAS
     IN THE UNITED STATES OR ITS POSSESSIONS.

 2.  THE PORT OF DEPARTURE IF THE SHIP WAS AT SEA, PROVIDED THE PORT WAS
     IN THE UNITED STATES OR ITS POSSESSIONS.

 3.  THE PORT OF DESTINATION IN THE UNITED STATES OR ITS POSSESSIONS, IF
     THE PORT OF DEPARTURE OF A SHIP AT SEA WAS A FOREIGN PORT.

 4.  THE OVERSEAS POPULATION IF THE SHIP WAS DOCKED AT A FOREIGN PORT OR
     AT SEA BETWEEN FOREIGN PORTS. (THESE PERSONS WERE NOT INCLUDED IN THE
     OVERSEAS POPULATION FOR APPORTIONMENT PURPOSES.)

 PERSONS AWAY AT SCHOOL--COLLEGE STUDENTS WERE COUNTED AS RESIDENTS OF THE
 AREA IN WHICH THEY WERE LIVING WHILE ATTENDING COLLEGE, AS THEY HAVE BEEN
 SINCE THE 1950 CENSUS. CHILDREN IN BOARDING SCHOOLS BELOW THE COLLEGE LEVEL
 WERE COUNTED AT THEIR PARENTAL HOME.

 PERSONS IN INSTITUTIONS--PERSONS UNDER FORMALLY AUTHORIZED, SUPERVISED CARE
 OR CUSTODY, SUCH AS IN FEDERAL OR STATE PRISONS; LOCAL JAILS; FEDERAL
 DETENTION CENTERS; JUVENILE INSTITUTIONS; NURSING, CONVALESCENT, AND REST
 HOMES FOR THE AGED AND DEPENDENT; OR HOMES, SCHOOLS, HOSPITALS, OR WARDS
 FOR THE PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED, MENTALLY RETARDED, OR MENTALLY ILL, WERE
 COUNTED AT THESE PLACES.

 PERSONS AWAY FROM THEIR USUAL RESIDENCE ON CENSUS DAY--MIGRANT AGRICULTURAL
 WORKERS WHO DID NOT REPORT A USUAL RESIDENCE ELSEWHERE WERE COUNTED AS
 RESIDENTS OF THE PLACE WHERE THEY WERE ON CENSUS DAY. PERSONS IN WORKER
 CAMPS WHO DID NOT REPORT A USUAL RESIDENCE ELSEWHERE WERE COUNTED AS
 RESIDENTS OF THE CAMP WHERE THEY WERE ON CENSUS DAY.

 IN SOME PARTS OF THE COUNTRY, NATURAL DISASTERS DISPLACED SIGNIFICANT
 NUMBERS OF HOUSEHOLDS FROM THEIR USUAL PLACE OF RESIDENCE. IF THESE
 PERSONS REPORTED A DESTROYED OR DAMAGED RESIDENCE AS THEIR USUAL
 RESIDENCE, THEY WERE COUNTED AT THAT LOCATION.

 PERSONS AWAY FROM THEIR USUAL RESIDENCE WERE COUNTED BY MEANS OF
 INTERVIEWS WITH OTHER MEMBERS OF THEIR FAMILIES, RESIDENT MANAGERS, OR
 NEIGHBORS.
DATA COLLECTION PROCEDURES

DESCRIPTION

 THE 1990 CENSUS WAS CONDUCTED PRIMARILY THROUGH SELF-ENUMERATION.
 THE QUESTIONNAIRE PACKET INCLUDED GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE 1990
 CENSUS AND AN INSTRUCTION GUIDE EXPLAINING HOW TO COMPLETE THE
 QUESTIONNAIRE. SPANISH-LANGUAGE QUESTIONNAIRES AND INSTRUCTION GUIDES
 WERE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST. INSTRUCTION GUIDES ALSO WERE AVAILABLE IN 32
 OTHER LANGUAGES.

ENUMERATION OF HOUSING UNITS

 EACH HOUSING UNIT IN THE COUNTRY RECEIVED ONE OF TWO VERSIONS OF THE
 CENSUS QUESTIONNAIRE:

 1.  A SHORT-FORM QUESTIONNAIRE THAT CONTAINED A LIMITED NUMBER OF BASIC
     POPULATION AND HOUSING QUESTIONS; THESE QUESTIONS WERE ASKED OF ALL
     PERSONS AND HOUSING UNITS AND ARE OFTEN REFERRED TO AS 100-
     PERCENT QUESTIONS.

 2.  A LONG-FORM QUESTIONNAIRE THAT CONTAINED THE 100-PERCENT ITEMS AND A
     NUMBER OF ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS; A SAMPLING PROCEDURE WAS USED TO
     DETERMINE THOSE HOUSING UNITS THAT WERE TO RECEIVE THE LONG-FORM
     QUESTIONNAIRE.

 THREE SAMPLING RATES WERE EMPLOYED. FOR SLIGHTLY MORE THAN ONE-HALF
 OF THE COUNTRY, ONE IN EVERY SIX HOUSING UNITS (ABOUT 17 PERCENT)
 RECEIVED THE LONG-FORM OR SAMPLE QUESTIONNAIRE. IN FUNCTIONING LOCAL
 GOVERNMENTAL UNITS (COUNTIES AND INCORPORATED PLACES, AND IN SOME PARTS
 OF THE COUNTRY, TOWNS AND TOWNSHIPS) ESTIMATED TO HAVE FEWER THAN 2,500
 INHABITANTS, EVERY OTHER HOUSING UNIT (50 PERCENT) RECEIVED THE SAMPLE
 QUESTIONNAIRE IN ORDER TO ENHANCE THE RELIABILITY OF THE SAMPLE DATA
 FOR THESE SMALL AREAS. FOR CENSUS TRACTS AND BLOCK NUMBERING AREAS
 HAVING MORE THAN 2,000 HOUSING UNITS IN THE CENSUS BUREAU'S ADDRESS
 FILES, ONE IN EVERY EIGHT HOUSING UNITS (ABOUT 13 PERCENT) RECEIVED A
 SAMPLE QUESTIONNAIRE, PROVIDING RELIABLE STATISTICS FOR THESE AREAS
 WHILE PERMITTING THE CENSUS BUREAU TO STAY WITHIN A LIMIT OF 17.7
 MILLION SAMPLE QUESTIONNAIRES, OR A ONE-IN-SIX SAMPLE, NATIONWIDE.

 THE MAIL-OUT/MAIL-BACK PROCEDURE WAS USED MAINLY IN CITIES, SUBURBAN
 AREAS, TOWNS, AND RURAL AREAS WHERE MAILING ADDRESSES CONSISTED OF A
 HOUSE NUMBER AND STREET NAME. IN THESE AREAS, THE CENSUS BUREAU
 DEVELOPED MAILING LISTS THAT INCLUDED ABOUT 88.4 MILLION
 ADDRESSES. THE QUESTIONNAIRES WERE DELIVERED THROUGH THE MAIL AND
 RESPONDENTS WERE TO RETURN THEM BY MAIL. CENSUS QUESTIONNAIRES WERE
 DELIVERED 1 WEEK BEFORE CENSUS DAY (APRIL 1, 1990)

 THE UPDATE/LEAVE/MAIL-BACK METHOD WAS USED MAINLY IN DENSELY POPULATED
 RURAL AREAS WHERE IT WAS DIFFICULT TO DEVELOP MAILING LISTS BECAUSE
 MAILING ADDRESSES DID NOT USE HOUSE NUMBER AND STREET NAME.
 THE CENSUS BUREAU COMPILED LISTS OF HOUSING UNITS IN ADVANCE OF THE
 CENSUS. ENUMERATORS DELIVERED THE QUESTIONNAIRES, ASKED RESPONDENTS TO
 RETURN THEM BY MAIL, AND ADDED HOUSING UNITS NOT ON THE MAILING LISTS.
 THIS METHOD WAS USED MAINLY IN THE SOUTH AND MIDWEST, AND ALSO INCLUDED
 SOME HIGH-RISE, LOW-INCOME URBAN AREAS. A VARIATION OF THIS METHOD WAS USED
 IN URBAN AREAS HAVING LARGE NUMBERS OF BOARDED-UP BUILDINGS. ABOUT 11
 MILLION HOUSING UNITS WERE ENUMERATED USING THIS METHOD.

 THE LIST/ENUMERATE METHOD (FORMERLY CALLED CONVENTIONAL OR DOOR-TO-DOOR
 ENUMERATION) WAS USED MAINLY IN VERY REMOTE AND SPARSELY-SETTLED AREAS.
 THE UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE DELIVERED UNADDRESSED SHORT-FORM
 QUESTIONNAIRES BEFORE CENSUS DAY. STARTING A WEEK BEFORE CENSUS DAY,
 ENUMERATORS CANVASSED THESE AREAS, CHECKED THAT ALL HOUSING UNITS
 RECEIVED A QUESTIONNAIRE, CREATED A LIST OF ALL HOUSING UNITS,
 COMPLETED LONG-FORM QUESTIONNAIRES, AND PICKED UP THE COMPLETED
 SHORT-FORM QUESTIONNAIRES. THIS METHOD WAS USED MAINLY IN THE WEST AND
 NORTHEAST TO ENUMERATE AN ESTIMATED 6.5 MILLION HOUSING UNITS.

FOLLOWUP

 NONRESPONSE FOLLOWUP--IN AREAS WHERE RESPONDENTS WERE TO MAIL BACK THEIR
 QUESTIONNAIRES, AN ENUMERATOR VISITED EACH ADDRESS FROM WHICH A
 QUESTIONNAIRE WAS NOT RECEIVED.

 COVERAGE AND EDIT-FAILURE FOLLOWUP--IN THE MAIL-BACK AREAS, SOME HOUSEHOLDS
 RETURNED A QUESTIONNAIRE THAT DID NOT MEET SPECIFIC QUALITY STANDARDS
 BECAUSE OF INCOMPLETE OR INCONSISTENT INFORMATION, OR THE RESPONDENT HAD
 INDICATED DIFFICULTY IN DECIDING WHO WAS TO BE LISTED ON THE QUESTIONNAIRE.
 THESE HOUSEHOLDS WERE CONTACTED BY TELEPHONE OR BY PERSONAL VISIT TO OBTAIN
 THE MISSING INFORMATION OR TO CLARIFY WHO WAS TO BE ENUMERATED IN THE
 HOUSEHOLD. IN AREAS WHERE AN ENUMERATOR PICKED UP THE QUESTIONNAIRES, THE
 ENUMERATOR CHECKED THE RESPONDENT-FILLED QUESTIONNAIRE FOR COMPLETENESS AND
 CONSISTENCY.

SPECIAL ENUMERATION PROCEDURES

 SPECIAL PROCEDURES AND QUESTIONNAIRES WERE USED FOR THE ENUMERATION
 OF PERSONS IN GROUP QUARTERS, SUCH AS COLLEGE DORMITORIES, NURSING
 HOMES, PRISONS, MILITARY BARRACKS, AND SHIPS. THE QUESTIONNAIRES
 (INDIVIDUAL CENSUS REPORTS, MILITARY CENSUS REPORTS, AND SHIPBOARD
 CENSUS REPORTS) INCLUDED THE 100-PERCENT POPULATION QUESTIONS BUT DID
 NOT INCLUDE ANY HOUSING QUESTIONS. IN ALL GROUP QUARTERS, ALL PERSONS
 WERE ASKED THE BASIC POPULATION QUESTIONS; IN MOST GROUP QUARTERS,
 ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS WERE ASKED OF A SAMPLE (ONE-IN-SIX) OF PERSONS.

SHELTER AND STREET NIGHT (S-NIGHT)

 THE CENSUS BUREAU COLLECTED DATA FOR VARIOUS COMPONENTS OF THE
 HOMELESS POPULATION AT DIFFERENT STAGES IN THE 1990 CENSUS. "SHELTER
 AND STREET NIGHT" (S-NIGHT) WAS A SPECIAL CENSUS OPERATION TO COUNT
 THE POPULATION IN FOUR TYPES OF LOCATIONS WHERE HOMELESS PEOPLE ARE
 FOUND. ON THE EVENING OF MARCH 20, 1990, AND DURING THE EARLY MORNING
 HOURS OF MARCH 21, 1990, ENUMERATORS COUNTED PERSONS IN PRE-IDENTIFIED
 LOCATIONS:

 1.  EMERGENCY SHELTERS FOR THE HOMELESS POPULATION (PUBLIC AND PRIVATE;
     PERMANENT AND TEMPORARY).

 2.  SHELTERS WITH TEMPORARY LODGING FOR RUNAWAY YOUTHS.

 3.  SHELTERS FOR ABUSED WOMEN AND THEIR CHILDREN.

 4.  OPEN LOCATIONS IN STREETS OR OTHER PLACES NOT INTENDED FOR HABITATION.


 EMERGENCY SHELTERS INCLUDE ALL HOTELS AND MOTELS COSTING $12 OR LESS
 (EXCLUDING TAXES) PER NIGHT REGARDLESS OF WHETHER PERSONS LIVING THERE
 CONSIDERED THEMSELVES TO BE HOMELESS, HOTELS AND MOTELS (REGARDLESS OF
 COST) USED ENTIRELY TO SHELTER HOMELESS PERSONS, AND PRE-IDENTIFIED
 ROOMS IN HOTELS AND MOTELS USED FOR HOMELESS PERSONS AND FAMILIES.
 ENUMERATION IN SHELTERS USUALLY OCCURRED FROM 6 P.M. TO MIDNIGHT;
 STREET ENUMERATION, FROM 2 A.M. TO 4 A.M.; ABANDONED AND BOARDED-UP
 BUILDINGS FROM 4 A.M. TO 8 A.M.; AND SHELTERS FOR ABUSED WOMEN, FROM 6
 P.M. ON MARCH 20 TO NOON ON MARCH 21.

 OTHER COMPONENTS, WHICH SOME CONSIDER AS PART OF THE HOMELESS
 POPULATION, WERE ENUMERATED AS PART OF REGULAR CENSUS OPERATIONS. THESE
 INCLUDE PERSONS DOUBLED UP WITH OTHER FAMILIES, AS WELL AS PERSONS WITH
 NO OTHER USUAL HOME LIVING IN TRANSIENT SITES, SUCH AS COMMERCIAL
 CAMPGROUNDS, MATERNITY HOMES FOR UNWED MOTHERS, AND DRUG/ALCOHOL ABUSE
 DETOXIFICATION CENTERS. IN INSTITUTIONS, SUCH AS LOCAL JAILS AND MENTAL
 HOSPITALS, THE CENSUS BUREAU DOES NOT KNOW WHO HAS A USUAL HOME
 ELSEWHERE; THEREFORE, EVEN THOUGH SOME ARE LITERALLY HOMELESS, THESE
 PERSONS CANNOT BE IDENTIFIED SEPARATELY AS A COMPONENT OF THE HOMELESS
 POPULATION.

 THERE IS NO GENERALLY AGREED-UPON DEFINITION OF "THE HOMELESS,"
 AND THERE ARE LIMITATIONS IN THE CENSUS COUNT THAT PREVENT OBTAINING A
 TOTAL COUNT OF THE HOMELESS POPULATION UNDER ANY DEFINITION. AS SUCH,
 THE CENSUS BUREAU DOES NOT HAVE A DEFINITION AND WILL NOT PROVIDE A
 TOTAL COUNT OF "THE HOMELESS." RATHER, THE CENSUS BUREAU WILL
 PROVIDE COUNTS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF PERSONS FOUND AT THE TIME OF THE
 CENSUS IN SELECTED TYPES OF LIVING ARRANGEMENTS. THESE
 SELECTED COMPONENTS CAN BE USED AS BUILDING BLOCKS TO CONSTRUCT A COUNT
 OF HOMELESS PERSONS APPROPRIATE TO PARTICULAR PURPOSES AS LONG AS THE
 DATA LIMITATIONS ARE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT.

 IN PREPARATION FOR "SHELTER-AND-STREET-NIGHT" ENUMERATION, THE
 REGIONAL CENSUS CENTERS (RCC'S) MAILED A CERTIFIED LETTER (FORM D-33
 (L)) TO THE HIGHEST ELECTED OFFICIAL OF EACH ACTIVE FUNCTIONING
 GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES (MORE THAN 39,000) REQUESTING THEM TO
 IDENTIFY:

 1.  ALL SHELTERS WITH SLEEPING FACILITIES (PERMANENT AND TEMPORARY,
     SUCH AS CHURCH BASEMENTS, ARMORIES, PUBLIC BUILDINGS, AND SO FORTH,
     THAT COULD BE OPEN ON MARCH 20).

 2.  HOTELS AND MOTELS USED TO HOUSE HOMELESS PERSONS AND FAMILIES.

 3.  A LIST OF OUTDOOR LOCATIONS WHERE HOMELESS PERSONS TEND TO BE AT
     NIGHT.

 4.  PLACES SUCH AS BUS OR TRAIN STATIONS, SUBWAY STATIONS, AIRPORTS,
     HOSPITAL EMERGENCY ROOMS, AND SO FORTH, WHERE HOMELESS PERSONS SEEK
     SHELTER AT NIGHT.

 5.  THE SPECIFIC ADDRESSES OF ABANDONED OR BOARDED-UP BUILDINGS WHERE
     HOMELESS PERSONS WERE THOUGHT TO STAY AT NIGHT.

 THE LETTER FROM THE RCC'S TO THE GOVERNMENTAL UNITS EMPHASIZED THE
 IMPORTANCE OF LISTING NIGHT-TIME CONGREGATING SITES. THE LIST OF
 SHELTERS WAS EXPANDED USING INFORMATION FROM ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS AND
 INFORMED LOCAL SOURCES. THE STREET SITES WERE LIMITED TO THE LIST
 PROVIDED BY THE JURISDICTIONS. ALL GOVERNMENTAL UNITS WERE ELIGIBLE FOR
 "SHELTER AND STREET NIGHT." FOR CITIES WITH 50,000 OR MORE
 PERSONS, THE CENSUS BUREAU TOOK ADDITIONAL STEPS TO UPDATE THE LIST OF
 SHELTER AND STREET LOCATIONS IF THE LOCAL JURISDICTION DID NOT RESPOND
 TO THE CERTIFIED LETTER. SMALLER CITIES AND RURAL AREAS PARTICIPATED IF
 THE LOCAL JURISDICTION PROVIDED THE CENSUS BUREAU A LIST OF SHELTERS OR
 OPEN PUBLIC PLACES TO VISIT OR IF SHELTERS WERE IDENTIFIED THROUGH OUR
 INVENTORY DEVELOPMENT, LOCAL KNOWLEDGE UPDATE, OR DURING THE SPECIAL
 PLACE PRELIST OPERATION.

 THE CENSUS BUREAU ENCOURAGED PERSONS FAMILIAR WITH HOMELESS PERSONS AND
 THE HOMELESS THEMSELVES TO APPLY AS ENUMERATORS. THIS RECRUITING EFFORT
 WAS PARTICULARLY SUCCESSFUL IN LARGER CITIES.

 FOR SHELTERS, BOTH LONG- AND SHORT-FORM INDIVIDUAL CENSUS REPORTS
 (ICR'S) WERE DISTRIBUTED. FOR STREET ENUMERATION, ONLY SHORT-FORM
 ICR'S WERE USED. PERSONS IN SHELTERS AND AT STREET LOCATIONS WERE
 ASKED THE BASIC POPULATION QUESTIONS. ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS ABOUT SOCIAL
 AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS WERE ASKED OF A SAMPLE OF PERSONS IN
 SHELTERS ONLY.

 ENUMERATORS WERE INSTRUCTED NOT TO ASK WHO WAS HOMELESS;
 RATHER, THEY WERE TOLD TO COUNT ALL PERSONS (INCLUDING CHILDREN)
 STAYING OVERNIGHT AT THE SHELTERS, AND EVERYONE THEY SAW ON THE STREET
 EXCEPT THE POLICE, OTHER PERSONS IN UNIFORM, AND PERSONS ENGAGED IN
 EMPLOYMENT OR OBVIOUS MONEY-MAKING ACTIVITIES OTHER THAN BEGGING AND
 PANHANDLING.

 AT BOTH SHELTER AND STREET SITES, PERSONS FOUND SLEEPING WERE NOT
 AWAKENED TO ANSWER QUESTIONS. RATHER, THE ENUMERATOR ANSWERED THE SEX
 AND RACE QUESTIONS BY OBSERVATION AND ESTIMATED THE PERSON'S AGE TO THE
 BEST OF HIS OR HER ABILITY. IN SHELTERS, ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS AND
 INFORMATION FROM THE SHELTER OPERATOR WERE USED, WHEN AVAILABLE, FOR
 PERSONS WHO WERE ALREADY ASLEEP.

 LESS THAN 1 PERCENT OF SHELTERS REFUSED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CENSUS
 COUNT AT FIRST. BY THE END OF THE CENSUS PERIOD, MOST OF THOSE
 EVENTUALLY COOPERATED AND THE NUMBER OF REFUSALS HAD BEEN REDUCED TO A
 FEW. FOR THE FINAL REFUSALS, HEAD COUNTS AND POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS
 WERE OBTAINED BY ENUMERATORS STANDING OUTSIDE SUCH SHELTERS AND
 COUNTING PEOPLE AS THEY LEFT IN THE MORNING.

 THE "STREET" COUNT WAS RESTRICTED TO PERSONS WHO WERE VISIBLE
 WHEN THE ENUMERATOR CAME TO THE OPEN, PUBLIC LOCATIONS THAT HAD BEEN
 IDENTIFIED BY LOCAL JURISDICTIONS. HOMELESS PERSONS WHO WERE WELL
 HIDDEN, MOVING ABOUT, OR IN LOCATIONS OTHER THAN THOSE IDENTIFIED BY
 THE LOCAL GOVERNMENTS WERE LIKELY MISSED. THE NUMBER MISSED WILL NEVER
 BE KNOWN AND THERE IS NO BASIS TO MAKE AN ESTIMATE OF THE NUMBER MISSED
 FROM CENSUS DATA. THE COUNT OF PERSONS IN OPEN, PUBLIC PLACES WAS
 AFFECTED BY MANY FACTORS, INCLUDING THE EXTRA EFFORTS MADE TO ENCOURAGE
 PEOPLE TO GO TO SHELTERS FOR "SHELTER AND STREET NIGHT," THE
 WEATHER (WHICH WAS UNUSUALLY COLD IN MANY PARTS OF THE COUNTRY), THE
 PRESENCE OF THE MEDIA, AND DISTRUST OF THE CENSUS. EXPECTATIONS OF THE
 NUMBER OF HOMELESS PERSONS ON THE STREET CANNOT BE BASED ON THE NUMBER
 SEEN DURING THE DAY BECAUSE THE NIGHT-TIME SITUATION IS NORMALLY VERY
 DIFFERENT AS MORE HOMELESS PERSONS ARE IN SHELTERS OR VERY WELL HIDDEN.


 FOR BOTH "SHELTER-AND-STREET-NIGHT" LOCATIONS, THE CENSUS BUREAU
 ASSUMED THAT THE USUAL HOME OF THOSE ENUMERATED WAS IN THE BLOCK WHERE
 THEY WERE FOUND (SHELTER OR STREET).

 THE "SHELTER-AND-STREET-NIGHT" OPERATION REPLACED AND EXPANDED
 THE 1980 MISSION NIGHT (M-NIGHT) AND CASUAL COUNT OPERATIONS. THESE TWO
 OPERATIONS WERE AIMED AT COUNTING THE POPULATION WHO REPORTED HAVING NO
 USUAL RESIDENCE. M-NIGHT WAS CONDUCTED A WEEK AFTER CENSUS DAY, IN
 APRIL 1980. ENUMERATORS VISITED HOTELS, MOTELS, AND SIMILAR PLACES
 COSTING $4 OR LESS EACH NIGHT; MISSIONS, FLOPHOUSES, LOCAL JAILS AND
 SIMILAR PLACES AT WHICH THE AVERAGE LENGTH OF STAY WAS 30 DAYS OR LESS;
 AND NONSHELTER LOCATIONS, SUCH AS BUS DEPOTS, TRAIN STATIONS, AND ALL
 NIGHT MOVIE THEATERS. QUESTIONS WERE ASKED OF EVERYONE, REGARDLESS OF
 AGE. ENUMERATORS CONDUCTED M-NIGHT UP TO MIDNIGHT ON APRIL 8, 1980, AND
 RETURNED THE NEXT MORNING TO COLLECT ANY FORMS COMPLETED AFTER
 MIDNIGHT.

 THE CASUAL COUNT OPERATION WAS CONDUCTED IN MAY 1980 AT ADDITIONAL
 NONSHELTER LOCATIONS, SUCH AS STREET CORNERS, POOL HALLS, WELFARE AND
 EMPLOYMENT OFFICES. THIS OPERATION LASTED FOR APPROXIMATELY 2 WEEKS.
 CASUAL COUNT WAS CONDUCTED DURING THE DAY ONLY IN SELECTED LARGE
 CENTRAL CITIES. ONLY PERSONS WHO APPEARED TO BE AT LEAST 15 YEARS OF
 AGE WERE ASKED IF THEY HAD BEEN PREVIOUSLY ENUMERATED. CASUAL COUNT WAS
 ACTUALLY A COVERAGE-IMPROVEMENT OPERATION. IT WAS NOT SPECIFICALLY AN
 OPERATION TO COUNT HOMELESS PERSONS LIVING IN THE STREETS. PERSONS WERE
 EXCLUDED IF THEY SAID THEY HAD A USUAL HOME OUTSIDE THE CITY BECAUSE IT
 WAS NOT COST EFFECTIVE TO CHECK THROUGH INDIVIDUAL QUESTIONNAIRES IN
 ANOTHER CITY TO TRY TO FIND THE PERSON.

PROCESSING PROCEDURES

 RESPONDENTS RETURNED MANY CENSUS QUESTIONNAIRES BY MAIL TO 1 OF OVER
 344 CENSUS DISTRICT OFFICES OR TO ONE OF SIX PROCESSING OFFICES. IN
 THESE OFFICES, THE QUESTIONNAIRES WERE "CHECKED IN" AND EDITED
 FOR COMPLETENESS AND CONSISTENCY OF THE RESPONSES. AFTER THIS INITIAL
 PROCESSING HAD BEEN PERFORMED, ALL QUESTIONNAIRES WERE SENT TO THE
 PROCESSING OFFICES.

 IN THE PROCESSING OFFICES, THE HOUSEHOLD QUESTIONNAIRES WERE
 MICROFILMED AND PROCESSED BY THE FILM OPTICAL SENSING DEVICE FOR INPUT
 TO COMPUTERS (FOSDIC). FOR MOST ITEMS ON THE QUESTIONNAIRE, THE
 INFORMATION SUPPLIED BY THE RESPONDENT WAS INDICATED BY FILLING CIRCLES
 IN PREDESIGNATED POSITIONS. FOSDIC ELECTRONICALLY "READ" THESE
 FILLED CIRCLES FROM THE MICROFILM COPY OF THE QUESTIONNAIRE AND
 TRANSFERRED THE INFORMATION TO COMPUTER TAPE. THE COMPUTER TAPE DID NOT
 INCLUDE INDIVIDUAL NAMES, ADDRESSES, OR HANDWRITTEN RESPONSES.

 THE DATA PROCESSING WAS PERFORMED IN SEVERAL STAGES. ALL QUESTIONNAIRES
 WERE MICROFILMED, "READ" BY FOSDIC, AND TRANSFERRED TO COMPUTER
 DISK. SELECTED WRITTEN ENTRIES IN THE RACE QUESTION ON BOTH THE SHORT
 AND LONG FORMS WERE KEYED FROM THE MICROFILM AND CODED USING THE DATA
 BASE DEVELOPED FROM THE 1980 CENSUS AND SUBSEQUENT CONTENT AND
 OPERATIONAL TESTS. KEYING OF OTHER WRITTEN ENTRIES ON THE LONG FORMS
 OCCURRED IN THE SEVEN PROCESSING OFFICES.

 THE INFORMATION (FOR EXAMPLE, INCOME DOLLAR AMOUNTS OR HOMEOWNER
 SHELTER COSTS) ON THESE KEYED FILES WAS MERGED WITH THE FOSDIC DATA OR
 PROCESSED FURTHER THROUGH ONE OF THREE AUTOMATED CODING PROGRAMS. THE
 CODES FOR INDUSTRY, OCCUPATION, PLACE-OF-BIRTH, MIGRATION,
 PLACE-OF-WORK, ANCESTRY, LANGUAGE, RELATIONSHIP, RACE, AND HISPANIC
 ORIGIN WERE MERGED WITH THE FOSDIC DATA FOR EDITING, WEIGHTING, AND
 TABULATING OPERATIONS AT CENSUS BUREAU HEADQUARTERS. ALL RESPONSES TO
 THE QUESTIONS ON INDIVIDUAL CENSUS REPORTS (ICR'S), MILITARY CENSUS
 REPORTS (MCR'S), AND SHIPBOARD CENSUS REPORTS (SCR'S) WERE KEYED, NOT
 PROCESSED BY MICROFILM OR FOSDIC.

APPENDIX E. FACSIMILES OF RESPONDENT INSTRUCTIONS/QUESTION PAGES
  
 NOT AVAILABLE ON CD-ROM
APPENDIX F. DATA PRODUCTS AND USER ASSISTANCE

CONTENTS

  DATA PRODUCTS                                                        F-1

  GEOGRAPHIC PRODUCTS                                                  F-3

  REFERENCE MATERIALS                                                  F-4

  SOURCES OF ASSISTANCE                                                F-4

  OTHER CENSUS BUREAU RESOURCES                                        F-5

 THE 1990 CENSUS DATA PRODUCTS, BEING RELEASED DURING 1991-93, ARE
 AVAILABLE IN A VARIETY OF NEW AND TRADITIONAL MEDIA. THE CENSUS BUREAU
 HAS INCREASED THE PRODUCT OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO DATA USERS IN AN EFFORT
 TO MEET A VARIETY OF REQUIREMENTS AND MAXIMIZE THE USEFULNESS OF THE
 DATA. FOR EXAMPLE, LASER DISCS, CALLED CD-ROM (COMPACT DISC--READ-ONLY
 MEMORY), ARE A NEW DATA DELIVERY MEDIUM.

 THE CENSUS BUREAU ALSO HAS EXPANDED SERVICES AND SOURCES OF ASSISTANCE
 AVAILABLE TO DATA USERS. FOR EXAMPLE, THE STATE DATA CENTER PROGRAM HAS
 BEEN EXPANDED TO INCLUDE OVER 1,400 ORGANIZATIONS TO PROVIDE DATA AND
 SERVICES TO THE PUBLIC.

 THIS APPENDIX PROVIDES A DETAILED INTRODUCTION TO THE 1990 CENSUS DATA
 PRODUCTS AND RELATED MATERIALS, SUCH AS MAPS AND REFERENCE
 PUBLICATIONS. IT CONCLUDES BY DESCRIBING SOURCES OF ASSISTANCE AND
 OTHER CENSUS BUREAU DATA AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC.


DATA PRODUCTS

DESCRIPTION

 PRINTED REPORTS AND COMPUTER TAPE FILES TRADITIONALLY ARE THE MOST
 WIDELY USED PRODUCTS. THE CENSUS BUREAU ALSO OFFERS DATA ON MICROFICHE,
 ON CD-ROM LASER DISCS, AND THROUGH ITS ONLINE SERVICE,
 CENDATA(TM). THESE VARIOUS PRODUCTS ARE DESCRIBED BELOW. FOR
 INFORMATION ABOUT PRICES AND HOW TO ORDER, WRITE OR CALL CUSTOMER
 SERVICES. (SEE THE "SOURCES OF ASSISTANCE" SECTION FOR THE
 ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER.)

 THE DATA PRODUCTS PRESENT STATISTICS ABOUT THE SUBJECTS COVERED IN THE
 1990 CENSUS QUESTIONNAIRES. THESE SUBJECTS ARE LISTED IN FIGURE 3, PAGE
 F-8. AS THE FIGURE SHOWS, THERE ARE 100-PERCENT SUBJECTS (THOSE
 COVERED IN QUESTIONS ASKED OF EVERYONE OR ABOUT EVERY HOUSING UNIT) AND
 SAMPLE SUBJECTS (THOSE COVERED IN QUESTIONS ASKED AT ABOUT ONE OUT OF
 EVERY SIX HOUSING UNITS). GENERALLY, A DATA PRODUCT PRESENTS EITHER
 100-PERCENT DATA PREPARED BY TABULATING THE RESPONSES TO THE 100-
 PERCENT QUESTIONS FROM ALL QUESTIONNAIRES, OR SAMPLE DATA PREPARED BY
 TABULATING ONLY THE RESPONSES TO THE 100-PERCENT AND SAMPLE QUESTIONS
 FROM THE "LONG-FORM" QUESTIONNAIRES. TWO REPORT SERIES, 1990 CPH-3 AND
 1990 CPH-4 (SEE FIGURE 4, PAGE F-9), PRESENT BOTH 100-PERCENT AND SAMPLE
 DATA.

PRINTED REPORTS

 PRINTED REPORTS ARE THE MOST CONVENIENT AND READILY AVAILABLE SOURCE
 OF DATA FOR MOST CENSUS USERS. THE CENSUS BUREAU RELEASES THE REPORTS
 IN SEVERAL SERIES (SEE FIGURE 4) THAT ARE GROUPED UNDER THREE BROAD
 TITLES: 1990 CENSUS OF POPULATION AND HOUSING (1990 CPH),
 1990 CENSUS OF POPULATION (1990 CP), AND 1990 CENSUS
 OF HOUSING (1990 CH). THERE ALSO ARE REPORTS, NOT REFLECTED IN
 FIGURE 4, FOR THE OUTLYING AREAS OF THE PACIFIC. THE REPORTS ARE SOLD
 BY THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS, U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
 (SEE THE "SOURCES OF ASSISTANCE" SECTION FOR THE ADDRESS AND
 PHONE NUMBER.)

 IN SEVERAL SERIES, THERE ARE SEPARATE REPORTS FOR EACH STATE. THE
 GEOGRAPHIC COVERAGE OF THE STATE REPORTS IS LISTED IN FIGURE 4. THE
 UNITED STATES SUMMARIES FOR THESE REPORT SERIES CONTAIN, FOR THE MOST
 PART, DATA FOR THE UNITED STATES, REGIONS, DIVISIONS, STATES,
 METROPOLITAN AREAS (MA'S), URBANIZED AREAS (UA'S), COUNTIES, AMERICAN
 INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE AREAS, PLACES WITH 10,000 OR MORE PERSONS, AND
 OTHER LARGE SUBSTATE AREAS (FOR EXAMPLE, COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS, SUCH AS
 TOWNS AND TOWNSHIPS, WITH 10,000 OR MORE PERSONS IN SELECTED STATES).

 REPORT SERIES THAT PRESENT DATA FOR SMALL AREAS, SUCH AS CENSUS TRACTS,
 CONTAIN LIMITED SUBJECT-MATTER DETAIL (FOR EXAMPLE, COUNTS OF PEOPLE BY
 AGE RANGES--UNDER 5 YEARS, 5 TO 9 YEARS, ETC.--RATHER THAN BY SINGLE
 YEARS). REPORT SERIES THAT INCLUDE GREATER AMOUNTS OF SUBJECT-MATTER
 DETAIL INCLUDE LESS GEOGRAPHIC DETAIL.

COMPUTER TAPE FILES

 THE CENSUS BUREAU PROVIDES MORE DATA ON TAPE AND OTHER
 MACHINE-READABLE PRODUCTS THAN IN PRINTED REPORTS. THESE PRODUCTS ARE
 SOLD BY THE CENSUS BUREAU'S CUSTOMER SERVICES. THERE ARE SEVERAL
 GENERAL TYPES OF DATA FILES RELEASED ON COMPUTER TAPE (AVAILABLE ON
 BOTH REELS AND CARTRIDGES). THEY ARE INTRODUCED BELOW, AND MORE
 INFORMATION IS PRESENTED IN FIGURES 3 AND 4, PAGES F-12 THROUGH F-14.


 PUBLIC LAW 94-171 DATA--THIS DATA FILE PRESENTS THE COUNTS DESIGNED AND
 FORMATTED FOR USE IN LEGISLATIVE RE-DISTRICTING. THESE COUNTS ALSO ARE
 AVAILABLE ON CD-ROM AND PAPER LISTINGS. EXCERPTS ARE AVAILABLE ON
 CENDATA(TM). THE COUNTS, FOR AREAS AS SMALL AS BLOCKS, CENSUS TRACTS, AND
 VOTING DISTRICTS, INCLUDE TOTALS FOR POPULATION, RACE GROUPS, PERSONS OF
 HISPANIC ORIGIN, POPULATION 18 YEARS AND OVER, AND HOUSING UNITS. (SEE
 FIGURE 6.)

 SUMMARY TAPE FILES (STF'S)-- THESE COMPUTER TAPE FILES PROVIDE STATISTICS
 WITH GREATER SUBJECT-MATTER DETAIL THAN PRINTED REPORTS. THEY ALSO PRESENT
 STATISTICS FOR SOME TYPES OF AREAS, SUCH AS BLOCK GROUPS AND BLOCKS, THAT
 ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE REPORTS. (SEE FIGURE 5.)

   HERE ARE SOME IMPORTANT FEATURES OF STF'S:

   -  EACH STF PRESENTS A PARTICULAR SET OF DATA TABLES FOR SPECIFIC TYPES
      OF GEOGRAPHIC AREAS.

   -  EACH STF HAS THREE OR MORE FILE TYPES (INDICATED BY A LETTER SUFFIX
      ATTACHED TO THE STF NUMBER) THAT DIFFER IN THE GEOGRAPHIC LEVELS
      REPORTED, BUT CONTAIN THE SAME DATA DETAIL.

   -  STF'S 1 AND 2 CONTAIN 100-PERCENT DATA, AND STF'S 3 AND 4 OFFER
      SAMPLE DATA.

   -  STF'S 1 AND 3 REPORT ON SMALLER AREAS AND OFFER LESS DATA DETAIL
      THAN STF'S 2 AND 4.

   -  STF'S 1 THROUGH 4 OFFER GREATER DATA DETAIL THAN THE 1980 STF'S 1
      THROUGH 4.

 SUBJECT SUMMARY TAPE FILES (SSTF'S)--THESE FILES ARE THE SOURCE OF THE
 SUBJECT REPORTS AND PROVIDE GREATER SUBJECT-MATTER DETAIL THAN THE STF'S.
 THEY PRESENT DATA FOR THE UNITED STATES, REGIONS, AND DIVISIONS, AND, IN
 SOME CASES, ALSO FOR STATES, COUNTIES, AND LARGE CITIES. (SEE FIGURE 6.)

 PUBLIC USE MICRODATA SAMPLE (PUMS) FILES--THESE COMPUTER TAPE FILES (SEE
 FIGURE 6) CONTAIN DATA FROM SAMPLES OF LONG-FORM HOUSING-UNIT RECORDS
 ("MICRODATA") FOR LARGE GEOGRAPHIC AREAS. EACH SAMPLE HOUSING-UNIT RECORD
 INCLUDES ESSENTIALLY ALL THE 1990 CENSUS DATA COLLECTED ABOUT EACH PERSON
 IN A SAMPLE HOUSEHOLD AND THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE HOUSING UNIT.
 INFORMATION THAT COULD BE USED TO IDENTIFY AN INDIVIDUAL OR A HOUSING UNIT
 IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE FILE.

 MICRODATA FILES ENABLE USERS TO PREPARE CUSTOMIZED TABULATIONS AND
 CROSS-TABULATIONS OF MOST ITEMS ON THE CENSUS QUESTIONNAIRE. THERE ARE
 TWO PUMS FILES:

   -  A FILE PRESENTING A 5-PERCENT SAMPLE OF HOUSING UNITS IN WHICH EACH
      HOUSEHOLD RECORD INCLUDES CODES TO LET THE USER KNOW IN WHAT AREA,
      SUCH AS A GROUP OF COUNTIES, A SINGLE COUNTY, OR A PLACE, THE
      HOUSEHOLD IS LOCATED. EACH AREA IDENTIFIED MUST HAVE A POPULATION OF
      AT LEAST 100,000 AND BOUNDARIES THAT DO NOT CROSS STATE LINES.

   -  A FILE PRESENTING A 1-PERCENT SAMPLE OF HOUSING UNITS. ITS HOUSEHOLD
      RECORDS INCLUDE CODES ASSOCIATING THEM WITH MA'S AND OTHER LARGE
      AREAS, THE BOUNDARIES OF WHICH MAY CROSS STATE LINES. (FOR THE 1980
      CENSUS, THERE WERE TWO FILES WITH 1-PERCENT SAMPLES. THE 1-PERCENT
      SAMPLE SHOWING DATA FOR SELECTED URBANIZED AREAS AND OTHER LARGE AREAS
      WILL NOT BE PRODUCED FOR THE 1990 CENSUS.)

 OTHER SPECIAL COMPUTER TAPE FILES--OTHER FILES INCLUDE THE CENSUS/EQUAL
 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY (EEO) SPECIAL FILE AND THE COUNTY-TO-COUNTY
 MIGRATION FILE. (SEE FIGURE 6.) THE CENSUS BUREAU MAY PREPARE ADDITIONAL
 SPECIAL FILES.

MICROFICHE

 BLOCK STATISTICS ARE AVAILABLE ON MICROFICHE AS THEY WERE FOR THE
 1980 CENSUS. THE MICROFICHE PRESENT, IN TABLE FORMAT, A SUBSET OF THE
 TABULATIONS FOR CENSUS BLOCKS FOUND IN STF 1B (SEE FIGURE 5). IN THE
 1990 CENSUS, FOR THE FIRST TIME, THE ENTIRE LAND AREA OF THE NATION AND
 ITS POSSESSIONS WAS BLOCK-NUMBERED. THIS INCREASED THE NUMBER OF BLOCKS
 FOR WHICH THE CENSUS BUREAU PROVIDES DATA FROM 2.5 MILLION IN 1980 TO 7
 MILLION FOR 1990. THE COST AND STORAGE OF BLOCK DATA OF THIS MAGNITUDE
 WOULD BE PROHIBITIVE IF THE DATA WERE PUBLISHED IN PRINTED REPORTS.

 STF'S 1A AND 3A ARE AVAILABLE ON MICROFICHE, AS WELL. AS NOTED IN
 FIGURE 5, THEY PROVIDE DATA FOR A VARIETY OF GEOGRAPHIC AREAS. ALSO,
 ALL PRINTED REPORTS ARE OFFERED ON MICROFICHE FROM CUSTOMER SERVICES
 SOON AFTER THEY ARE PUBLISHED.

COMPACT DISC--READ-ONLY MEMORY (CD-ROM)

 FOR THE 1990 CENSUS, THE PUBLIC LAW (P.L.) 94-171 FILE; AN EXTRACT
 OF STF 1B THAT PRESENTS SELECTED STATISTICS FOR BLOCKS; AND STF'S 1A,
 1C, 3A, 3B, AND 3C ARE ALSO AVAILABLE ON CD-ROM. (ONE 4 3/4-INCH
 CD-ROM, A TYPE OF OPTICAL OR LASER DISC, CAN HOLD THE CONTENTS OF
 APPROXIMATELY 1,600 FLEXIBLE DISKETTES, OR THREE OR FOUR HIGH-DENSITY
 COMPUTER TAPES.)

ONLINE INFORMATION SYSTEMS

 THE CENSUS BUREAU BEGAN CENDATA(TM), ITS ONLINE INFORMATION SERVICE, IN
 1984. CENDATA(TM) IS ACCESSIBLE THROUGH TWO INFORMATION VENDORS, COMPUSERVE
 AND DIALOG. A NUMBER OF CENSUS BUREAU REPORTS, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, ARE
 OFFERED ONLINE. FOR THE 1990 CENSUS, CENDATA(TM) PROVIDES UP-TO-DATE
 INFORMATION ABOUT THE AVAILABILITY OF DATA PRODUCTS AND CARRIES SELECTIONS
 OF STATE, COUNTY, MA, AND PLACE DATA FROM THE P.L. 94-171 TAPE FILE AND
 STF'S 1 AND 3.

CUSTOM DATA PRODUCTS

 THESE PRODUCTS ARE FOR USERS WHO REQUIRE UNIQUE TABULATIONS THAT ARE
 NOT INCLUDED IN STANDARD PRODUCTS; FOR EXAMPLE, INFORMATION FOR LOCALLY
 DEFINED GEOGRAPHIC AREAS. USERS ALSO CAN ORDER SPECIAL MICRODATA FILES.

 THE COST OF PREPARING CUSTOM PRODUCTS MUST BE PAID BY THE USERS WHO
 REQUEST THEM. ANY DATA THAT THE CENSUS BUREAU PROVIDES IN THESE
 PRODUCTS ARE SUBJECT TO THE SAME STANDARDS APPLIED TO OTHER DATA TO
 ENSURE THAT CONFIDENTIAL INDIVIDUAL INFORMATION IS NOT REVEALED.

 USER-DEFINED AREAS PROGRAM (UDAP) TABULATIONS-- UDAP CAN
 PROVIDE A SET OF PREDEFINED DATA TABLES FOR LOCALLY DEFINED AREAS THAT
 DO NOT CORRESPOND TO STANDARD 1990 CENSUS GEOGRAPHIC AREAS. USERS
 IDENTIFY THE GEOGRAPHIC AREAS OF INTEREST TO THEM BY DELINEATING
 BOUNDARIES AROUND GROUPINGS OF CENSUS BLOCKS ON 1990 CENSUS COUNTY
 BLOCK MAPS OR BY ELECTRONICALLY SUBMITTING THE GEOGRAPHIC COMPONENTS OF
 THEIR AREA OF INTEREST. (A CONTACT FOR MORE INFORMATION IS GIVEN IN THE
 "SOURCES OF ASSISTANCE" SECTION.)

 SPECIAL TABULATIONS--THE CENSUS BUREAU CAN PREPARE SPECIAL DATA TABULATIONS
 FOR ANY SPECIFIC GEOGRAPHIC OR SUBJECT-MATTER AREA. USERS SHOULD RELY ON
 STANDARD REPORTS, TAPES, MICROFICHE, OR USER-DEFINED AREA TABULATIONS
 WHENEVER POSSIBLE, SINCE SPECIAL TABULATIONS TEND TO BE SUBSTANTIALLY MORE
 EXPENSIVE AND TAKE TIME TO ARRANGE AND PRODUCE. (CONTACTS FOR MORE
 INFORMATION ARE GIVEN IN THE "SOURCES OF ASSISTANCE" SECTION.)
GEOGRAPHIC PRODUCTS

MAPS

 CENSUS BUREAU MAPS ARE NECESSARY FOR VIRTUALLY ALL USES OF
 SMALL-AREA 1990 CENSUS DATA. THEY ARE NEEDED TO LOCATE THE SPECIFIC
 GEOGRAPHIC AREAS FOR WHICH THE CENSUS PROVIDES DATA AND TO STUDY THE
 SPATIAL RELATIONSHIP OF THE DATA FOR ANALYTIC PURPOSES. THE CENSUS
 BUREAU PREPARES A VARIETY OF 1990 CENSUS MAPS. AMONG THE MOST USEFUL
 ARE THESE FOUR SERIES:

 COUNTY BLOCK MAPS--THESE MAPS SHOW CENSUS BLOCKS AND
 THEIR NUMBERS; BOUNDARIES FOR STATISTICAL AND GOVERNMENTAL ENTITIES,
 SUCH AS CENSUS TRACTS AND PLACES; AND PHYSICAL FEATURES. THE P.L.
 94-171 VERSION OF THESE MAPS ALSO SHOWS VOTING DISTRICT BOUNDARIES IN
 THOSE STATES THAT FURNISHED THEM. THE MAPS ARE PREPARED ON
 ELECTROSTATIC PLOTTERS BY COUNTY (OR EQUIVALENT ENTITY) WITH ONE OR
 MORE MAP SHEETS EACH, DEPENDING ON THE SIZE AND SHAPE OF THE AREA AND
 THE DENSITY OF THE BLOCK PATTERN. AN AVERAGE COUNTY REQUIRES 20 MAP
 SHEETS. THE MAPS MAY BE PURCHASED FROM CUSTOMER SERVICES.

 COUNTY SUBDIVISION OUTLINE MAPS--MAPS IN THIS STATE-
 BASED SERIES PRESENT THE BOUNDARIES OF THE COUNTIES, COUNTY
 SUBDIVISIONS, PLACES, AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE AREAS
 (INCLUDING OFF-RESERVATION TRUST LANDS), TRIBAL DESIGNATED STATISTICAL
 AREAS, AND TRIBAL JURISDICTION STATISTICAL AREAS. ELECTROSTATIC-PLOTTER
 COPIES ARE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE FROM CUSTOMER SERVICES. ALSO, THEY
 APPEAR ON MULTIPLE PAGE-SIZE SHEETS IN THE STATE REPORTS OF THESE
 SERIES: 1990 CPH-1, 1990 CPH-2, 1990 CPH-5, 1990 CP-1, 1990 CP-2, 1990
 CH-1, AND 1990 CH-2.

 CENSUS TRACT/BLOCK NUMBERING AREA (BNA) OUTLINE MAPS--MAPS IN THIS COUNTY-
 BASED SERIES DEPICT CENSUS TRACT OR BNA BOUNDARIES AND NUMBERS, AND THE
 FEATURES UNDERLYING THE BOUNDARIES.  THEY ALSO SHOW GOVERNMENTAL UNITS IN
 RELATION TO THE CENSUS TRACTS/BNA'S. CUSTOMER SERVICES SELLS ELECTROSTATIC-
 PLOTTER COPIES, AND THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS SELLS PRINTED COPIES.

 VOTING DISTRICT OUTLINE MAPS--MAPS IN THIS COUNTY-BASED SERIES DEPICT
 VOTING DISTRICT BOUNDARIES (FOR THOSE COUNTIES FOR WHICH STATES FURNISHED
 BOUNDARY INFORMATION) AND THE FEATURES UNDERLYING THE BOUNDARIES. THEY ALSO
 SHOW GOVERNMENTAL UNIT BOUNDARIES IN RELATION TO THE VOTING DISTRICTS. THEY
 ARE PREPARED ON ELECTROSTATIC PLOTTERS AND SOLD BY CUSTOMER SERVICES.

GEOGRAPHIC PUBLICATIONS

 THE GEOGRAPHIC IDENTIFICATION CODE SCHEME REPORT IN THE
 1990 CPH-R SERIES SHOWS THE 1990 CENSUS GEOGRAPHIC AREA CODES AND
 FEDERAL INFORMATION PROCESSING STANDARDS (FIPS) CODES, AS APPROPRIATE,
 FOR STATES, METROPOLITAN AREAS, COUNTIES, COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS, PLACES,
 AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE AREAS, AND OTHER ENTITIES, ALONG WITH
 SOME DESCRIPTIVE INFORMATION ABOUT THE CODES. THE CODE SCHEME ALSO IS
 OFFERED ON COMPUTER TAPE.

MACHINE-READABLE GEOGRAPHIC FILES

 ALL 1990 CENSUS SUMMARY TAPE FILES INCLUDE 1990 CENSUS GEOGRAPHIC
 AREA CODES, FIPS CODES, CERTAIN AREA NAMES, LAND AND INLAND WATER AREA
 IN SQUARE KILOMETERS, GEOGRAPHIC COORDINATES FOR AN INTERNAL POINT FOR
 EACH ENTITY, AND OTHER GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION.

 THE CENSUS BUREAU DEVELOPED AN AUTOMATED GEOGRAPHIC DATA BASE, KNOWN AS
 THE TIGER (TOPOLOGICALLY INTEGRATED GEOGRAPHIC ENCODING AND
 REFERENCING) SYSTEM, TO PRODUCE THE GEOGRAPHIC PRODUCTS FOR THE 1990
 CENSUS. TIGER PROVIDES COORDINATE-BASED DIGITAL MAP INFORMATION FOR THE
 ENTIRE UNITED STATES, PUERTO RICO, THE U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS, AND THE
 PACIFIC TERRITORIES OVER WHICH THE UNITED STATES HAS JURISDICTION.

 THE TIGER SYSTEM HAS SIGNIFICANTLY IMPROVED THE UTILITY OF 1990 CENSUS
 MAPS AND GEOGRAPHIC REFERENCE PRODUCTS. EXTRACT FILES GENERATED FROM
 THE TIGER SYSTEM PERMIT USERS, WITH APPROPRIATE SOFTWARE, TO PERFORM
 SUCH TASKS AS LINKING THE STATISTICAL DATA IN THE P.L. 94-171 FILE OR
 THE STF'S AND DISPLAYING SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS ON MAPS OR A VIDEO
 DISPLAY SCREEN AT DIFFERENT SCALES AND WITH WHATEVER BOUNDARIES THEY
 SELECT FOR ANY GEOGRAPHIC AREA OF THE COUNTRY. FOR EXAMPLE, A MAP FOR A
 PARTICULAR COUNTY COULD SHOW THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE VOTING AGE
 POPULATION BY CITY BLOCK.

 THE FIRST EXTRACT OF SELECTED GEOGRAPHIC AND CARTOGRAPHIC INFORMATION
 INTENDED FOR COMPUTER APPLICATIONS, SUCH AS PLOTTING MAPS AND BUILDING
 GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS, IS CALLED THE TIGER/LINE(TM)
 FILES. TIGER/LINE(TM) FILES CONTAIN ATTRIBUTES FOR THE
 SEGMENTS OF EACH BOUNDARY AND FEATURE (FOR EXAMPLE, ROADS, RAILROADS,
 AND RIVERS), INCLUDING 1990 CENSUS GEOGRAPHIC CODES FOR ADJACENT AREAS,
 LATITUDE/LONGITUDE COORDINATES OF SEGMENT END POINTS AND THE CURVATURE
 OF SEGMENTS, THE NAME AND TYPE OF THE FEATURE, AND THE RELEVANT CENSUS
 FEATURE CLASS CODE IDENTIFYING THE FEATURE SEGMENT BY CATEGORY.
 TIGER/LINE(TM) FILES ALSO FURNISH ADDRESS RANGES AND
 ASSOCIATED ZIP CODES FOR EACH SIDE OF STREET SEGMENTS IN MAJOR URBAN
 AREAS; PROVIDE THE NAMES OF LANDMARKS, SUCH AS LAKES AND GOLF COURSES;
 AND INCLUDE OTHER INFORMATION.

 TIGER/LINE(TM) FILES AND OTHER TIGER SYSTEM EXTRACTS, SUCH AS
 TIGER/BOUNDARY(TM) AND TIGER/DATABASE(TM), ARE RELEASED ON COMPUTER TAPE
 AND, IN SOME CASES, CD-ROM. FOR INFORMATION ON TIGER EXTRACT FILES, CONTACT
 CUSTOMER SERVICES.


REFERENCE MATERIALS

 THE CENSUS BUREAU ISSUES SEVERAL REFERENCE PUBLICATIONS FOR DATA
 USERS. SOME ARE SOLD BY THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS; OTHERS ARE
 DISTRIBUTED FREE BY CUSTOMER SERVICES. ADDRESSES AND PHONE NUMBERS FOR
 THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS AND CUSTOMER SERVICES ARE GIVEN IN THE
 FOLLOWING SECTION.

   -  "1990 CENSUS OF POPULATION AND HOUSING, GUIDE."  THIS GUIDE,
      IN THE 1990 CPH-R REPORT SERIES, PROVIDES DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT
      ALL ASPECTS OF THE CENSUS AND A COMPREHENSIVE GLOSSARY OF CENSUS
      TERMS.  SOLD BY THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS, U.S. GOVERNMENT
      PRINTING OFFICE.

   -  "1990 CENSUS OF POPULATION AND HOUSING TABULATION AND PUBLICATION
       PROGRAM."  A FREE REPORT DESCRIBING 1990 CENSUS PRODUCTS, COMPARING
       1990 PRODUCTS WITH THOSE OF 1980, AND MORE. REQUEST FROM CUSTOMER
       SERVICES.

   -  "CENSUS '90 BASICS."  A FREE BOOKLET COVERING HOW THE 1990
      CENSUS DATA WERE COLLECTED AND PROCESSED, THE FULL RANGE OF DATA
      PRODUCTS, THE MAPS AND GEOGRAPHIC FILES, AND MORE, BUT WITH LESS
      DETAIL THAN THE GUIDE (ABOVE). REQUEST FROM CUSTOMER SERVICES.

   -  "CENSUS ABC'S--APPLICATIONS IN BUSINESS AND COMMUNITY."  A
      FREE BOOKLET THAT HIGHLIGHTS KEY INFORMATION ABOUT THE 1990 CENSUS AND
      ILLUSTRATES A VARIETY OF WAYS THE DATA CAN BE USED. REQUEST FROM
      CUSTOMER SERVICES.

   -  "STRENGTH IN NUMBERS." A FREE, TABLOID-SIZE BOOKLET DESIGNED TO ASSIST
      PEOPLE IN USING 1990 CENSUS DATA IN REDISTRICTING.  AMONG OTHER
      FEATURES, IT INCLUDES ILLUSTRATIONS OF MAPS AND PUBLIC LAW 94-171
      COUNTS. REQUEST FROM CUSTOMER SERVICES.

   -  "TIGER: THE COAST-TO-COAST DIGITAL MAP DATA BASE."  A FREE
      BOOKLET DESCRIBING THE STRUCTURE AND USES OF THE CENSUS BUREAU'S TIGER
      SYSTEM. REQUEST FROM CUSTOMER SERVICES.

   -  "CENSUS AND YOU."  THE CENSUS BUREAU'S MONTHLY NEWSLETTER
      FOR DATA USERS. IT REPORTS ON THE LATEST 1990 CENSUS DEVELOPMENTS,
      SELECTED NEW PUBLICATIONS AND COMPUTER TAPE FILES, OTHER CENSUSES AND
      SURVEYS, DEVELOPMENTS IN SERVICES TO USERS, AND UPCOMING CONFERENCES
      AND TRAINING COURSES. SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE SOLD BY THE SUPERINTENDENT OF
      DOCUMENTS, U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.

   -  "MONTHLY PRODUCT ANNOUNCEMENT." A FREE MONTHLY LISTING OF
      ALL NEW CENSUS BUREAU PUBLICATIONS; MICROFICHE; MAPS; DATA FILES ON
      TAPE, DISKETTES, OR CD-ROM; AND TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION. TO SUBSCRIBE,
      CONTACT CUSTOMER SERVICES.

   -  "CENSUS CATALOG AND GUIDE."  A COMPREHENSIVE ANNUAL DESCRIPTION OF
      DATA PRODUCTS, STATISTICAL PROGRAMS, AND SERVICES OF THE
      CENSUS BUREAU. IT PROVIDES ABSTRACTS OF THE PUBLICATIONS, DATA FILES,
      MICROFICHE, MAPS, AND ITEMS ONLINE. IN ADDITION, THE CATALOG/GUIDE
      OFFERS SUCH FEATURES AS INFORMATION ABOUT CENSUSES AND SURVEYS AND
      TELEPHONE CONTACT LISTS OF DATA SPECIALISTS AT THE CENSUS BUREAU, THE
      STATE DATA CENTERS, AND OTHER DATA PROCESSING SERVICE CENTERS. IT IS
      SOLD BY THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS, U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING
      OFFICE.

 USERS ALSO CAN GET LISTINGS OF NEW CENSUS BUREAU PRODUCTS, UPDATED
 DAILY, BY SUBSCRIBING TO THE DAILY LIST. THIS INFORMATION
 AND SELECTED STATISTICS ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE THROUGH
 CENDATA(TM), THE CENSUS BUREAU'S ONLINE INFORMATION SERVICE.
 FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT CUSTOMER SERVICES.


SOURCES OF ASSISTANCE

U.S. BUREAU OF THE CENSUS

 THE CENSUS BUREAU'S CUSTOMER SERVICES SELLS MOST OF THE
 MACHINE-READABLE DATA PRODUCTS, MICROFICHE, AND MAPS DESCRIBED EARLIER.
 (THE 1990 CENSUS PRINTED REPORTS ARE SOLD BY THE SUPERINTENDENT OF
 DOCUMENTS, AS NOTED BELOW.) ALSO, USERS MAY CONSULT WITH SPECIALISTS AT
 THE CENSUS BUREAU'S WASHINGTON HEADQUARTERS AND ITS 12 REGIONAL
 OFFICES. FROM TIME TO TIME, THE SPECIALISTS ALSO CONDUCT WORKSHOPS,
 SEMINARS, AND TRAINING COURSES.

 WASHINGTON, DC, CONTACTS--TO ORDER PRODUCTS, FOR A TELEPHONE CONTACTS LIST
 OF CENSUS BUREAU SPECIALISTS, AND FOR GENERAL INFORMATION: CUSTOMER
 SERVICES, U.S. BUREAU OF THE CENSUS, WASHINGTON, DC 20233, TELEPHONE 301-
 763-4100 (FAX NUMBER, 301-763-4794).

 FOR USER-DEFINED AREAS PROGRAM (UDAP) INFORMATION: UDAP STAFF,
 DECENNIAL PLANNING DIVISION, U.S. BUREAU OF THE CENSUS, WASHINGTON, DC
 20233, TELEPHONE 301-763-4282.

 FOR SPECIAL TABULATION INFORMATION: POPULATION--ROSEMARIE COWAN,
 POPULATION DIVISION, U.S. BUREAU OF THE CENSUS, WASHINGTON, DC 20233,
 TELEPHONE 301-763-5476; HOUSING--WILLIAM DOWNS, HOUSING AND HOUSEHOLD
 ECONOMIC STATISTICS, U.S. BUREAU OF THE CENSUS, WASHINGTON, DC 20233,
 TELEPHONE 301-763-8553.

 REGIONAL OFFICE CONTACTS--

  ATLANTA, GA                404-347-2274
  BOSTON, MA                 617-565-7078
  CHARLOTTE, NC              704-371-6142
  CHICAGO, IL                312-353-6251
  DALLAS, TX                 214-767-7105
  DENVER, CO                 303-236-2200
  DETROIT, MI                313-354-4654
  KANSAS CITY, KS            816-891-7562
  LOS ANGELES, CA            818-904-6339
  NEW YORK, NY               212-264-4730
  PHILADELPHIA, PA           215-597-8313
  SEATTLE, WA                206-728-5314


SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS, U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

 THE SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS HANDLES THE SALE OF MOST OF THE FEDERAL
 GOVERNMENT'S PUBLICATIONS, INCLUDING 1990 CENSUS REPORTS. TO ORDER REPORTS
 AND FOR INFORMATION: SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS, U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING
 OFFICE, WASHINGTON, DC 20402, TELEPHONE 202-783-3238.

OTHER SOURCES OF PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

 STATE DATA CENTERS--THE CENSUS BUREAU FURNISHES DATA
 PRODUCTS, TRAINING IN DATA ACCESS AND USE, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, AND
 CONSULTATION TO ALL STATES, THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, GUAM, PUERTO
 RICO, AND THE U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS. STATE DATA CENTERS, IN TURN, OFFER
 PUBLICATIONS FOR REFERENCE, PRINTOUTS FROM COMPUTER TAPE, SPECIALLY
 PREPARED REPORTS, MAPS, AND OTHER PRODUCTS AND ASSISTANCE TO DATA
 USERS. FOR A LIST OF THE STATE DATA CENTERS, SEE THE CENSUS
 CATALOG AND GUIDE OR CONTACT CUSTOMER SERVICES. THE LIST ALSO
 NOTES ORGANIZATIONS IN STATES PARTICIPATING IN THE CENSUS BUREAU'S
 BUSINESS/INDUSTRY DATA CENTER (BIDC) PROGRAM. THE BIDC'S HELP BUSINESS
 PEOPLE, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLANNERS, AND OTHER DATA USERS OBTAIN AND
 USE DATA.

 NATIONAL SERVICES PROGRAM--THE NATIONAL SERVICES PROGRAM
 (NSP) PROVIDES DATA-RELATED SERVICES FOR NATIONALLY BASED NONPROFIT
 ORGANIZATIONS THAT REPRESENT MINORITIES OR OTHER SEGMENTS OF THE
 POPULATION WHO HAVE BEEN HISTORICALLY UNDERCOUNTED IN DECENNIAL
 CENSUSES. THE PARTICIPANTS INCLUDE SOCIAL SERVICE, BUSINESS,
 PROFESSIONAL, CIVIL RIGHTS, EDUCATIONAL, AND RELIGIOUS GROUPS. THROUGH
 A PILOT PROJECT, THE NATIONAL SERVICES INFORMATION CENTER (NSIC)
 INITIATIVE, THREE OF THESE NONPROFIT GROUPS NOW OFFER THEIR CLIENTELE
 REPORTS, COMPUTER TAPE PRINTOUTS, AND OTHER INFORMATION FROM THE CENSUS
 BUREAU. TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE NSP AND THE NSIC, WRITE TO THE NATIONAL
 SERVICES PROGRAM, DATA USER SERVICES DIVISION, BUREAU OF THE CENSUS,
 WASHINGTON, DC 20233, OR CALL 301-763-1384.

 NATIONAL CLEARINGHOUSE--THE NATIONAL CLEARINGHOUSE FOR
 CENSUS DATA SERVICES IS A LISTING OF PRIVATE COMPANIES AND OTHER
 ORGANIZATIONS THAT OFFER ASSISTANCE IN OBTAINING AND USING DATA
 RELEASED BY THE CENSUS BUREAU. FOR A LIST OF PARTICIPANTS IN THE
 NATIONAL CLEARINGHOUSE, SEE THE CENSUS CATALOG AND GUIDE OR
 CONTACT CUSTOMER SERVICES.

 DEPOSITORY LIBRARIES--THERE ARE 1,400 LIBRARIES THAT
 RECEIVE (FROM THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE) FEDERAL PUBLICATIONS THAT
 THEY THINK THEIR PATRONS WILL NEED. OFTEN SOME OF THESE PUBLICATIONS
 ARE CENSUS BUREAU REPORTS. THE CENSUS BUREAU PROVIDES FREE REPORTS TO
 AN ADDITIONAL 120 CENSUS DEPOSITORY LIBRARIES. ALSO, MANY LIBRARIES
 PURCHASE CENSUS REPORTS AND MAPS FOR THEIR AREAS. THE CENSUS
 CATALOG AND GUIDE INCLUDES A LIST OF ALL DEPOSITORY LIBRARIES.


OTHER CENSUS BUREAU RESOURCES

GENERAL INFORMATION

 THE CENSUS BUREAU HAS MORE TO OFFER THAN JUST THE RESULTS OF THE
 CENSUS OF POPULATION AND HOUSING. THROUGH OTHER CENSUSES, SURVEYS, AND
 ESTIMATES PROGRAMS, IT COMPILES AND ISSUES (IN REPORTS, COMPUTER TAPE,
 AND OTHER MEDIA) DATA ON SUBJECTS AS DIVERSE AS APPLIANCE SALES,
 NEIGHBORHOOD CONDITIONS, AND EXPORTS TO OTHER COUNTRIES. HERE ARE
 EXAMPLES OF THE INFORMATION PUBLISHED ABOUT--

   -  PEOPLE:  AGE, RACE, SEX, INCOME, POVERTY, CHILD CARE,
      CHILD SUPPORT, FERTILITY, NONCASH BENEFITS, EDUCATION, COMMUTING
      HABITS, PENSION COVERAGE, UNEMPLOYMENT, ANCESTRY.

   -  BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY:  NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES, TOTAL
      PAYROLL, SALES AND RECEIPTS, PRODUCTS MANUFACTURED OR SOLD.

   -  HOUSING AND CONSTRUCTION:  VALUE OF NEW CONSTRUCTION,
      NUMBERS OF OWNERS AND RENTERS, PROPERTY VALUE OR RENT PAID, HOUSING
      STARTS, FUELS USED, MORTGAGE COSTS.

   -  FARMS:  NUMBER, ACREAGE, LIVESTOCK, CROP SALES.

   -  GOVERNMENTS:  REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES, TAXES, EMPLOYMENT, PENSION
      FUNDS.

   -  FOREIGN TRADE:  EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, ORIGIN AND DESTINATION, UNITS
      SHIPPED.

   -  OTHER NATIONS:  POPULATION, BIRTH RATES, DEATH RATES, LITERACY,
      FERTILITY.

 THE OTHER CENSUSES, SUCH AS AGRICULTURE, RETAIL TRADE, MANUFACTURES,
 AND GOVERNMENTS, ARE COLLECTED FOR YEARS ENDING IN "2" AND
 "7." SURVEYS AND ESTIMATES PROGRAMS GENERATE RESULTS AS OFTEN AS
 EVERY MONTH.

 MANY OF THE MONTHLY "ECONOMIC INDICATORS" THAT MEASURE HOW THE
 NATION IS DOING COME DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY FROM THE CENSUS BUREAU.
 EXAMPLES: EMPLOYMENT AND UNEMPLOYMENT; HOUSING STARTS; WHOLESALE AND
 RETAIL TRADE; MANUFACTURERS' SHIPMENTS, INVENTORIES, AND ORDERS;
 EXPORT AND IMPORT TRADE; AND SALES OF SINGLE-
 FAMILY HOMES.

 THE OTHER STATISTICAL ACTIVITIES OF THE CENSUS BUREAU ARE DESCRIBED
 BELOW. DATA USERS WILL FIND MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THEM AND
 DESCRIPTIONS OF THEIR DATA PRODUCTS IN THE ANNUAL CENSUS CATALOG
 AND GUIDE. ALSO, SPECIAL GUIDES AND BROCHURES ARE PREPARED FOR
 MOST OF THEM. CONTACT THE CENSUS BUREAU'S CUSTOMER SERVICES FOR MORE
 INFORMATION.

CURRENT DEMOGRAPHIC AND HOUSING PROGRAMS

 TWO TYPES OF CURRENT PROGRAMS COMPLEMENT THE 10-YEAR CENSUS:
 POPULATION ESTIMATES AND SURVEYS. THE TOTAL POPULATION OF THE UNITED
 STATES IS ESTIMATED MONTHLY; THE POPULATION OF STATES, COUNTIES, AND
 METROPOLITAN AREAS IS ESTIMATED ANNUALLY; AND THE POPULATION OF PLACES
 AND OTHER GOVERNMENTAL UNITS IS ESTIMATED EVERY 2 YEARS. PROJECTIONS OF
 FUTURE POPULATION ARE MADE AT THE NATIONAL AND STATE LEVELS.

 THE CENSUS BUREAU'S MANY HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS UPDATE POPULATION AND
 HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL AND SOMETIMES FOR STATES
 AND METROPOLITAN AREAS, AS WELL. THESE SURVEYS ALSO OBTAIN MANY
 CHARACTERISTICS NOT INCLUDED IN THE 10-YEAR CENSUS. THE CURRENT
 POPULATION SURVEY IS TAKEN MONTHLY; THE AMERICAN HOUSING SURVEY
 NATIONAL SAMPLE IS TAKEN BIENNIALLY; THE AMERICAN HOUSING SURVEY
 METROPOLITAN SAMPLE IS TAKEN IN 44 AREAS, 11 PER YEAR IN A 4-YEAR
 CYCLE; MOST OTHER SURVEYS ARE ANNUAL OR LESS FREQUENT.

ECONOMIC CENSUSES AND SURVEYS

 THE ECONOMIC CENSUSES PROVIDE STATISTICS ABOUT BUSINESS
 ESTABLISHMENTS ONCE EVERY 5 YEARS, COVERING YEARS ENDING IN "2"
 AND "7." THE 1987 ECONOMIC CENSUSES INCLUDE THE CENSUSES OF
 RETAIL TRADE, WHOLESALE TRADE, SERVICE INDUSTRIES, TRANSPORTATION,
 MANUFACTURES, MINERAL INDUSTRIES, AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES. ALSO
 INCLUDED ARE RELATED PROGRAMS, SUCH AS STATISTICS ON MINORITY- AND
 WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESSES, ENTERPRISE STATISTICS, AND CENSUSES OF ECONOMIC
 ACTIVITY IN PUERTO RICO AND SOME OF THE OUTLYING AREAS UNDER U.S.
 JURISDICTION.

 SEVERAL KEY STATISTICS ARE TABULATED FOR ALL INDUSTRIES COVERED IN THE
 CENSUSES. THEY ARE NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS, NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES,
 PAYROLL, AND MEASURE OF OUTPUT (SALES OR RECEIPTS, AND VALUE OF
 SHIPMENTS OR OF WORK DONE). OTHER ITEMS VARY FROM SECTOR TO SECTOR.

   THE CENSUS BUREAU ALSO HAS PROGRAMS THAT PROVIDE CURRENT STATISTICS ON
 SUCH MEASURES AS TOTAL SALES OF PARTICULAR KINDS OF BUSINESSES OR
 PRODUCTION OF PARTICULAR PRODUCTS. THESE PROGRAMS INCLUDE MONTHLY,
 QUARTERLY, AND ANNUAL SURVEYS, THE RESULTS OF WHICH APPEAR IN
 PUBLICATION SERIES SUCH AS CURRENT BUSINESS REPORTS AND
 CURRENT INDUSTRIAL REPORTS. THE COUNTY BUSINESS PATTERNS
 PROGRAM OFFERS ANNUAL STATISTICS BASED ON DATA COMPILED PRIMARILY FROM
 ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS.

AGRICULTURE CENSUS AND SURVEYS

 THE AGRICULTURE CENSUS IS CONDUCTED CONCURRENTLY WITH THE ECONOMIC
 CENSUSES. IT IS THE ONLY SOURCE OF UNIFORM AGRICULTURE DATA AT THE
 COUNTY LEVEL. IT PROVIDES DATA ON SUCH SUBJECTS AS THE NUMBER AND SIZE
 OF FARMS; LAND USE AND OWNERSHIP; LIVESTOCK, POULTRY, AND CROPS; AND
 VALUE OF PRODUCTS SOLD.

 RESULTS OF THREE SURVEYS--THE 1988 FARM AND RANCH IRRIGATION SURVEY,
 1988 CENSUS OF HORTICULTURE SPECIALTIES, AND 1988 AGRICULTURAL
 ECONOMICS AND LAND OWNERSHIP SURVEY--ARE PUBLISHED IN CONJUNCTION WITH
 THE 1987 CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE. ALSO, THE CENSUS BUREAU REGULARLY
 ISSUES REPORTS FROM A SURVEY ON COTTON GINNINGS.

GOVERNMENTS CENSUS AND SURVEYS

 THE CENSUS OF GOVERNMENTS, ALSO FOR YEARS ENDING IN "2" AND
 "7," COVERS ALL TYPES OF GOVERNMENTS: FEDERAL, STATE, COUNTY,
 MUNICIPAL (PLACE), TOWNSHIP (COUNTY SUBDIVISION), SCHOOL DISTRICT, AND
 SPECIAL DISTRICT. IT PROVIDES DATA ON SUCH SUBJECTS AS NUMBER OF PUBLIC
 EMPLOYEES, PAYROLLS, REVENUE, AND EXPENDITURES.

 ANNUAL AND QUARTERLY SURVEYS COVER THE SAME PRINCIPAL SUBJECTS BUT
 GENERATE DATA ONLY FOR STATES AND THE LARGEST LOCAL GOVERNMENTS.

FOREIGN TRADE STATISTICS

 MONTHLY U.S. MERCHANDISE TRADE DATA COMPILED BY THE CENSUS BUREAU
 SUMMARIZE EXPORT AND IMPORT TRANSACTIONS AND ARE BASED ON THE OFFICIAL
 DOCUMENTS FILED BY SHIPPERS AND RECEIVERS. THESE FIGURES REFLECT THE
 FLOW OF MERCHANDISE BUT NOT INTANGIBLES LIKE SERVICES AND FINANCIAL
 COMMITMENTS. THE TRADE FIGURES TRACE COMMODITY MOVEMENTS OUT OF AND
 INTO THE U.S. CUSTOMS JURISDICTION, WHICH INCLUDES PUERTO RICO AND THE
 U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS AS WELL AS THE 50 STATES AND THE DISTRICT OF
 COLUMBIA. DATA ARE PUBLISHED SEPARATELY ON TRADE BETWEEN THE UNITED
 STATES AND PUERTO RICO, THE U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS, AND OTHER U.S.
 POSSESSIONS.

OTHER STATISTICAL ACTIVITIES

 THE CENSUS BUREAU ALSO OFFERS INTERNATIONAL DATA. IT MAINTAINS AN
 INTERNATIONAL DATA BASE WHICH IS AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC ON COMPUTER
 TAPE AND IS USED TO PRODUCE THE BIENNIAL WORLD POPULATION
 PROFILE REPORT. IT PREPARES STUDIES DEALING WITH THE DEMOGRAPHIC
 AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF OTHER COUNTRIES AND WORLD REGIONS.

 STATISTICAL COMPENDIA ARE ANOTHER IMPORTANT DATA PRODUCT. THESE
 PUBLICATIONS (SOMETIMES ALSO OFFERED IN MACHINE-READABLE FORM) DRAW
 DATA FROM MANY SOURCES AND REORGANIZE THEM FOR CONVENIENT USE. THE MOST
 WIDELY USED COMPENDIA ARE THE ANNUAL STATISTICAL ABSTRACT OF THE
 UNITED STATES, THE COUNTY AND CITY DATA BOOK (PUBLISHED
 EVERY 5 YEARS), AND THE STATE AND METROPOLITAN AREA DATA BOOK
 (PUBLISHED APPROXIMATELY EVERY 4 YEARS).

FIGURE 3. 1990 CENSUS CONTENT
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                         FIGURE 3.  1990 CENSUS CONTENT

                            100-PERCENT COMPONENT


 POPULATION                      HOUSING

 HOUSEHOLD RELATIONSHIP          NUMBER OF UNITS IN STRUCTURE
 SEX                             NUMBER OF ROOMS IN UNIT
 RACE                            TENURE--OWNED OR RENTED
 AGE                             VALUE OF HOME OR MONTHLY RENT
 MARITAL STATUS                  CONGREGATE HOUSING (MEALS INCLUDED IN RENT)
 HISPANIC ORIGIN                 VACANCY CHARACTERISTICS

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                             SAMPLE COMPONENT

 POPULATION                      HOUSING

 SOCIAL CHARACTERISTICS:         YEAR MOVED INTO RESIDENCE
 EDUCATION--ENROLLMENT AND       NUMBER OF BEDROOMS
 PLACE OF BIRTH, CITIZENSHIP,    PLUMBING AND KITCHEN FACILITIES
  AND YEAR OF ENTRY INTO U.S.    TELEPHONE IN UNIT
 ANCESTRY                        VEHICLES AVAILABLE
 LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME         HEATING FUEL
 MIGRATION (RESIDENCE IN 1985)   SOURCE OF WATER AND METHOD OF SEWAGE
                                  DISPOSAL
 DISABILITY                      YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT
 FERTILITY                       CONDOMINIUM STATUS
 VETERAN STATUS                   FARM RESIDENCE
                                 SHELTER COSTS, INCLUDING UTILITIES

 ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS:
 LABOR FORCE
 OCCUPATION, INDUSTRY, AND CLASS OF WORKER
 PLACE OF WORK AND JOURNEY TO WORK
 WORK EXPERIENCE IN 1989
 INCOME IN 1989
 YEAR LAST WORKED

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 NOTE: QUESTIONS DEALING WITH THE SUBJECTS COVERED IN THE 100-PERCENT
 COMPONENT WERE ASKED OF ALL PERSONS AND HOUSING UNITS.  THOSE COVERED BY
 THE SAMPLE COMPONENT WERE ASKED OF A SAMPLE OF THE POPULATION AND HOUSING
 UNITS.

FIGURE 4. 1990 CENSUS PRINTED REPORTS
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                    FIGURE 4. 1990 CENSUS PRINTED REPORTS

                                       REPORT(S)
 SERIES     TITLE                      ISSUED FOR
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            1990 CENSUS OF POPULATION AND HOUSING (1990 CPH)
                             100-PERCENT DATA

 1990   SUMMARY POPULA-             U.S., STATES, DC,
 CPH-1  TION AND HOUSING            PUERTO RICO, AND
        CHARACTERISTICS             U.S. VIRGIN
                                    ISLANDS

 DESCRIPTION                        GEOGRAPHIC AREAS

 POPULATION AND HOUSING             LOCAL GOVERNMENTAL UNITS
 UNIT COUNTS, AND SUMMARY           (I.E., COUNTIES, PLACES, AND
 STATISTICS ON AGE, SEX,            TOWNS AND TOWNSHIPS), OTHER
 RACE, HISPANIC ORIGIN,             COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS, AND
 HOUSEHOLD RELATIONSHIP,            AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA
 UNITS IN STRUCTURE, VALUE          NATIVE AREAS
 AND RENT, NUMBER OF
 ROOMS, TENURE, AND
 VACANCY CHARACTERISTICS
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 1990   POPULATION                  U.S., STATES, DC,
 CPH-2  AND HOUSING UNIT            PUERTO RICO, AND
        COUNTS                      U.S. VIRGIN
                                    ISLANDS

 DESCRIPTION                        GEOGRAPHIC AREAS

 TOTAL POPULATION AND               STATES, COUNTIES, COUNTY SUB-
 HOUSING UNIT COUNTS FOR            DIVISIONS, PLACES, STATE COM-
 1990 AND PREVIOUS CEN-             PONENT PARTS OF METROPOLITAN
 SUSES                              AREAS (MA'S) AND URBANIZED
                                    AREAS (UA'S), AND SUMMARY
                                    GEOGRAPHIC AREAS (FOR EXAM-
                                    PLE, URBAN AND RURAL)

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                         100-PERCENT AND SAMPLE DATA

 1990   POPULATION AND              MA'S, AND THE
 CPH-3  HOUSING CHARAC-             NONMETROPOLITAN
        TERISTICS FOR CEN-          BALANCE OF EACH
        SUS TRACTS AND              STATE, PUERTO
        BLOCK NUMBERING             RICO, AND U.S.
        AREAS                       VIRGIN ISLANDS

 DESCRIPTION                        GEOGRAPHIC AREAS

 STATISTICS ON 100-PERCENT          IN MA'S: CENSUS TRACTS/BLOCK
 AND SAMPLE POPULATION              NUMBERING AREAS (BNA'S),
 AND HOUSING SUBJECTS               PLACES OF 10,000 OR MORE
                                    INHABITANTS, AND COUNTIES. IN
                                    THE REMAINDER OF EACH STATE:
                                    CENSUS TRACTS/BNA'S, PLACES
                                    OF 10,000 OR MORE, AND COUN-
                                    TIES

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 1990   POPULATION AND              STATES AND DC
 CPH-4  HOUSING CHARAC-
        TERISTICS FOR CON-
        GRESSIONAL DISTRICTS
        OF THE 103RD CON-
        GRESS

 DESCRIPTION                        GEOGRAPHIC AREAS

 STATISTICS ON 100-PERCENT          CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS (CD'S)
 AND SAMPLE POPULATION              AND, WITHIN CD'S, COUNTIES,
 AND HOUSING SUBJECTS               PLACES OF 10,000 OR MORE
                                    INHABITANTS, COUNTY SUBDIVI-
                                    SIONS OF 10,000 OR MORE
                                    INHABITANTS IN SELECTED
                                    STATES, AND AMERICAN INDIAN
                                    AND ALASKA NATIVE AREAS

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                                      SAMPLE DATA

 1990   SUMMARY SOCIAL,             U.S., STATES, DC,
 CPH-5  ECONOMIC, AND               PUERTO RICO, AND
        HOUSING CHARAC-             U.S. VIRGIN
        TERISTICS                   ISLANDS

 DESCRIPTION                        GEOGRAPHIC AREAS

 DETAILED STATISTICS ON AGE,        STATES, COUNTIES, PLACES OF
 SEX, RACE, HISPANIC ORIGIN,        1,000 OR MORE INHABITANTS,
 MARITAL STATUS, AND HOUSE-         COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS OF 1,000
 HOLD RELATIONSHIP CHARAC-          OR MORE INHABITANTS IN
 TERISTICS                          SELECTED STATES, STATE PARTS
                                    OF AMERICAN INDIAN AREAS,
                                    ALASKA NATIVE AREAS, AND
                                    SUMMARY GEOGRAPHIC AREAS
                                    SUCH AS URBAN AND RURAL
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                     1990 CENSUS OF POPULATION (1990 CP)
                             100-PERCENT DATA

 1990   GENERAL POPULA-             U.S., STATES, DC,
 CP-1   TION CHARAC-                PUERTO RICO, AND
        TERISTICS                   U.S. VIRGIN
                                    ISLANDS

 DESCRIPTION                        GEOGRAPHIC AREAS

 DETAILED STATISTICS ON AGE,        STATES, COUNTIES, PLACES OF
 SEX, RACE, HISPANIC ORIGIN,        1,000 OR MORE INHABITANTS,
 MARITAL STATUS, AND HOUSE-         COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS OF 1,000
 HOLD RELATIONSHIP CHARAC-          OR MORE INHABITANTS IN
 TERISTICS                          SELECTED STATES, STATE PARTS
                                    OF AMERICAN INDIAN AREAS,
                                    ALASKA NATIVE AREAS, AND
                                    SUMMARY GEOGRAPHIC AREAS
                                    SUCH AS URBAN AND RURAL
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                    1990 CENSUS OF POPULATION (1990 CP)--CON.
                            100-PERCENT DATA--CON.

 1990   GENERAL POPULA-             U.S.
 CP-1-  TION CHARACTER-
 1A     ISTICS FOR
        AMERICAN INDIAN
        AND ALASKA NATIVE
        AREAS

 DESCRIPTION                        GEOGRAPHIC AREAS

 DETAILED STATISTICS ON AGE,        AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA
 SEX, RACE, HISPANIC ORIGIN,        NATIVE AREAS; I.E., AMERICAN
 MARITAL STATUS, AND HOUSE-         INDIAN RESERVATIONS, OFF-
 HOLD RELATIONSHIP CHARAC-          RESERVATION TRUST LANDS, TRIBAL
 TERISTICS                          JURISDICTION STATISTICAL AREAS
                                    (OKLAHOMA), TRIBAL DESIGNATED
                                    STATISTICAL AREAS, ALASKA
                                    NATIVE VILLAGE STATISTICAL
                                    AREAS, AND ALASKA NATIVE
                                    REGIONAL CORPORATIONS
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 1990   GENERAL POPULATION          U.S.
 CP-1-  CHARACTERISTICS FOR
 1B     METROPOLITAN AREAS


 DESCRIPTION                        GEOGRAPHIC AREAS

 DETAILED STATISTICS ON AGE,        INDIVIDUAL MA'S. FOR MA'S
 SEX, RACE, HISPANIC ORIGIN,        SPLIT BY STATE BOUNDARIES,
 MARITAL STATUS, AND HOUSE-         SUMMARIES ARE PROVIDED BOTH
 HOLD RELATIONSHIP CHARAC-          FOR THE PARTS AND FOR THE
 TERISTICS                          WHOLE MA
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 1990   GENERAL POPULATION          U.S.
 CP-1-  CHARACTERISTICS FOR
 1C     URBANIZED AREAS

 DESCRIPTION                        GEOGRAPHIC AREAS

 DETAILED STATISTICS ON AGE,        INDIVIDUAL UA'S. FOR UA`S
 SEX, RACE, HISPANIC ORIGIN,        SPLIT BY STATE BOUNDARIES,
 MARITAL STATUS, AND HOUSE-         SUMMARIES ARE PROVIDED BOTH
 HOLD RELATIONSHIP CHARAC-          FOR THE PARTS AND FOR THE
 TERISTICS                          WHOLE UA

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                           SAMPLE DATA

 1990   SOCIAL AND ECO-             U.S., STATES, DC,
 CP-2   NOMIC CHARACTERIS-          PUERTO RICO, AND
        TICS                        U.S. VIRGIN
                                    ISLANDS

 DESCRIPTION                        GEOGRAPHIC AREAS

 STATISTICS GENERALLY ON            STATES (INCLUDING SUMMARIES
 SAMPLE POPULATION SUB-             SUCH AS URBAN AND RURAL),
 JECTS                              COUNTIES, PLACES OF 2,500 OR
                                    MORE INHABITANTS, COUNTY SUB-
                                    DIVISIONS OF 2,500 OR MORE
                                    INHABITANTS IN SELECTED
                                    STATES, ALASKA NATIVE AREAS,
                                    AND THE STATE PORTION OF
                                    AMERICAN INDIAN AREAS
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 1990   SOCIAL AND ECO-             U.S.
 CP-2-  NOMIC CHARACTERIS-
 1A     TICS FOR AMERICAN
        INDIAN AND ALASKA
        NATIVE AREAS

 DESCRIPTION                        GEOGRAPHIC AREAS

 STATISTICS GENERALLY ON            AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA
 SAMPLE POPULATION SUB-             NATIVE AREAS, AS FOR CP-1-1A
 JECTS
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 1990   SOCIAL AND ECO-             U.S.
 CP-2-  NOMIC CHARACTERIS-
 1B     TICS FOR METROPOLI-
        TAN AREAS

 DESCRIPTION                        GEOGRAPHIC AREAS

 STATISTICS GENERALLY ON            INDIVIDUAL MA'S, AS FOR
 SAMPLE POPULATION SUB-             CP-1-1B
 JECTS

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 1990   SOCIAL AND ECO-             U.S.
 CP-2-  NOMIC CHARACTERIS-
 1C     TICS FOR URBANIZED
        AREAS

 DESCRIPTION                        GEOGRAPHIC AREAS

 STATISTICS GENERALLY ON            INDIVIDUAL UA'S, AS FOR
 SAMPLE POPULATION SUB-             CP-1-1C
 JECTS

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 1990   POPULATION SUBJECT          SELECTED SUBJECTS
 CP-3   REPORTS

 DESCRIPTION                        GEOGRAPHIC AREAS

 APPROXIMATELY 30 REPORTS           GENERALLY LIMITED TO THE U.S.,
 ON POPULATION CENSUS SUB-          REGIONS, AND DIVISIONS; FOR
 JECTS SUCH AS MIGRATION,           SOME REPORTS, OTHER HIGHLY
 EDUCATION, INCOME, THE             POPULATED AREAS SUCH AS
 OLDER POPULATION, AND              STATES, MA'S, COUNTIES, AND
 RACIAL AND ETHNIC GROUPS           LARGE PLACES
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                        1990 CENSUS OF HOUSING (1990 CH)
                               100-PERCENT DATA

 1990   GENERAL HOUSING             U.S., STATES, DC,
 CH-1   CHARACTERISTICS             PUERTO RICO, AND
                                    U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS

 DESCRIPTION                        GEOGRAPHIC AREAS

 DETAILED STATISTICS ON UNITS       STATES, COUNTIES, PLACES OF
 IN STRUCTURE, VALUE AND            1,000 OR MORE INHABITANTS,
 RENT, NUMBER OF ROOMS,             COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS OF 1,000
 TENURE, AND VACANCY CHAR-          OR MORE INHABITANTS IN
 ACTERISTICS                        SELECTED STATES, STATE PARTS
                                    OF AMERICAN INDIAN AREAS,
                                    ALASKA NATIVE AREAS, AND
                                    SUMMARY GEOGRAPHIC AREAS
                                    SUCH AS URBAN AND RURAL

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 1990   GENERAL HOUSING             U.S.
 CH-1-  CHARACTERISTICS FOR
 1A     AMERICAN INDIAN
        AND ALASKA NATIVE
        AREAS


 DESCRIPTION                        GEOGRAPHIC AREAS

 DETAILED STATISTICS ON UNITS       AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA
 IN STRUCTURE, VALUE AND            NATIVE AREAS; I.E., AMERICAN
 RENT, NUMBER OF ROOMS,             INDIAN RESERVATIONS, TRUST
 TENURE, AND VACANCY CHAR-          LANDS, TRIBAL JURISDICTION STATIS-
 ACTERISTICS                        TICAL AREAS (OKLAHOMA), TRIBAL
                                    DESIGNATED STATISTICAL AREAS,
                                    ALASKA NATIVE VILLAGE STATIS-
                                    TICAL AREAS, AND ALASKA NATIVE
                                    REGIONAL CORPORATIONS
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 1990   GENERAL HOUSING             U.S.
 CH-1-  CHARACTERISTICS FOR
 1B     METROPOLITAN AREAS

 DESCRIPTION                        GEOGRAPHIC AREAS

 DETAILED STATISTICS ON UNITS       INDIVIDUAL MA'S. FOR MA'S
 IN STRUCTURE, VALUE AND            SPLIT BY STATE BOUNDARIES,
 RENT, NUMBER OF ROOMS,             SUMMARIES ARE PROVIDED BOTH
 TENURE, AND VACANCY CHAR-          FOR THE PARTS AND FOR THE
 ACTERISTICS                        WHOLE MA
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 1990   GENERAL HOUSING             U.S.
 CH-1-  CHARACTERISTICS FOR
 1C     URBANIZED AREAS

 DESCRIPTION                        GEOGRAPHIC AREAS

 DETAILED STATISTICS ON UNITS       INDIVIDUAL UA'S. FOR UA'S
 IN STRUCTURE, VALUE AND            SPLIT BY STATE BOUNDARIES,
 RENT, NUMBER OF ROOMS,             SUMMARIES ARE PROVIDED BOTH
                                    VIRGINIA, AND WISCONSIN.

 THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA HAS NO PRIMARY DIVISIONS, AND THE ENTIRE AREA IS
 CONSIDERED EQUIVALENT TO AN MCD FOR STATISTICAL PURPOSES.

 THE MCD'S IN 12 SELECTED STATES (CONNECTICUT, MAINE, MASSACHUSETTS,
 MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, NEW JERSEY, NEW YORK, PENNSYLVANIA,
 RHODE ISLAND, VERMONT, AND WISCONSIN) ALSO SERVE AS GENERAL-PURPOSE
 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS. THE CENSUS BUREAU PRESENTS DATA FOR THESE MCD'S IN
 ALL DATA PRODUCTS IN WHICH IT PROVIDES DATA FOR PLACES.

UNORGANIZED TERRITORY (UNORG.)

 IN NINE STATES (ARKANSAS, IOWA, KANSAS, LOUISIANA, MAINE,
 MINNESOTA, NORTH CAROLINA, NORTH DAKOTA, AND SOUTH DAKOTA), SOME
 COUNTIES CONTAIN TERRITORY THAT IS NOT INCLUDED IN AN MCD RECOGNIZED BY
 THE CENSUS BUREAU. EACH SEPARATE AREA OF UNORGANIZED TERRITORY IN THESE
 STATES IS RECOGNIZED AS ONE OR MORE SEPARATE COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS FOR
 CENSUS PURPOSES. EACH UNORGANIZED TERRITORY IS GIVEN A DESCRIPTIVE
 NAME, FOLLOWED BY THE DESIGNATION "UNORG."


GEOGRAPHIC CODE

DESCRIPTION

 GEOGRAPHIC CODES ARE SHOWN PRIMARILY ON MACHINE-
 READABLE DATA PRODUCTS, SUCH AS COMPUTER TAPE AND COMPACT DISC-READ ONLY
 MEMORY (CD-ROM), BUT ALSO APPEAR ON OTHER PRODUCTS SUCH AS MICROFICHE;
 THEY ALSO ARE SHOWN ON SOME CENSUS MAPS. CODES ARE IDENTIFIED AS
 "CENSUS CODES" ONLY IF THERE IS ALSO A FEDERAL INFORMATION PROCESSING
 STANDARDS (FIPS) CODE FOR THE SAME GEOGRAPHIC ENTITY. A CODE THAT IS NOT
 IDENTIFIED AS EITHER "CENSUS" OR "FIPS" IS USUALLY A CENSUS CODE FOR WHICH
 THERE IS NO FIPS EQUIVALENT, OR FOR WHICH THE CENSUS BUREAU DOES NOT USE
 THE FIPS CODE. THE EXCEPTIONS, WHICH USE ONLY THE FIPS CODE IN CENSUS
 PRODUCTS, ARE COUNTY, CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, AND METROPOLITAN AREA (THAT
 IS, METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA, CONSOLIDATED METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL
 AREA, AND PRIMARY METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA).

CENSUS CODE

 CENSUS CODES ARE ASSIGNED FOR A VARIETY OF GEOGRAPHIC ENTITIES, INCLUDING
 AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE AREA, CENSUS DIVISION, CENSUS REGION,
 COUNTY SUBDIVISION, PLACE, STATE, URBANIZED AREA, AND VOTING DISTRICT. THE
 STRUCTURE, FORMAT, AND MEANING OF CENSUS CODES APPEAR IN THE 1990 CENSUS
 GEOGRAPHIC IDENTIFICATION CODE SCHEME; IN THE DATA DICTIONARY PORTION OF
 THE TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION FOR SUMMARY TAPE FILES, CD-ROM'S, AND
 MICROFICHE.

FEDERAL INFORMATION PROCESSING STANDARDS (FIPS) CODE

 FEDERAL INFORMATION PROCESSING STANDARDS (FIPS) CODES ARE ASSIGNED
 FOR A VARIETY OF GEOGRAPHIC ENTITIES, INCLUDING AMERICAN INDIAN AND
 ALASKA NATIVE AREA, CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, COUNTY, COUNTY SUBDIVISION,
 METROPOLITAN AREA, PLACE, AND STATE. THE STRUCTURE, FORMAT, AND MEANING
 OF FIPS CODES USED IN THE CENSUS ARE SHOWN IN THE 1990 CENSUS
 GEOGRAPHIC IDENTIFICATION CODE SCHEME; IN THE DATA DICTIONARY PORTION OF
 THE TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION FOR SUMMARY TAPE FILES, CD-ROM'S, AND
 MICROFICHE.

 THE OBJECTIVE OF THE FIPS CODES IS TO IMPROVE THE USE OF DATA RESOURCES
 OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND AVOID UNNECESSARY DUPLICATION AND
 INCOMPATIBILITIES IN THE COLLECTION, PROCESSING, AND DISSEMINATION OF
 DATA. MORE INFORMATION ABOUT FIPS AND FIPS CODE DOCUMENTATION IS
 AVAILABLE FROM THE NATIONAL TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICE, SPRINGFIELD,
 VA 22161.

UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE (USPS) CODE

 UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE (USPS) CODES FOR STATES ARE USED IN ALL
 1990 DATA PRODUCTS. THE CODES ARE TWO-CHARACTER ALPHABETIC ABBREVIATIONS.
 THESE CODES ARE THE SAME AS THE FIPS TWO-CHARACTER ALPHABETIC
 ABBREVIATIONS.

GEOGRAPHIC PRESENTATION

HIERARCHICAL PRESENTATION
 A HIERARCHICAL GEOGRAPHIC PRESENTATION SHOWS THE GEOGRAPHIC ENTITIES
 IN A SUPERIOR/SUBORDINATE STRUCTURE IN CENSUS PRODUCTS. THIS STRUCTURE
 IS DERIVED FROM THE LEGAL, ADMINISTRATIVE, OR AREAL RELATIONSHIPS OF
 THE ENTITIES. THE HIERARCHICAL STRUCTURE IS DEPICTED IN REPORT TABLES
 BY MEANS OF INDENTATION, AND IS EXPLAINED FOR MACHINE-READABLE MEDIA IN
 THE DISCUSSION OF FILE STRUCTURE IN THE GEOGRAPHIC COVERAGE PORTION OF
 THE ABSTRACT IN THE TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION.ENT)     COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS OF 10,
              MORE INHABITANTS IN SELECTED STATES,
              METROPOLITAN AREAS (MA'S), URBAN-
              IZED AREAS (UA'S), AMERICAN INDIAN
              AND ALASKA NATIVE AREAS

     D        CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS (CD'S) OF
              THE 103RD CONGRESS BY STATE; AND
              WITHIN EACH CD:  COUNTIES, PLACES
              OF 10,000 OR MORE INHABITANTS,
              COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS OF 10,000 OR MORE
              INHABITANTS IN SELECTED STATES,
              ALASKA NATIVE AREAS, AND AMERICAN
              INDIAN AREAS.
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     A        IN MA'S: COUNTIES, PLACES OF 10,000 OR
              MORE INHABITANTS, AND CENSUS TRACTS/BNA'S.
              IN THE REMAINDER OF EACH STATE: COUNTIES,
              PLACES OF 10,000 OR MORE INHABITANTS, AND
              CENSUS TRACTS/BNA'S

                                                           OVER 2,200 CELLS/
      B       STATES (INCLUDING SUMMARIES SUCH AS          ITEMS OF 100-PER-
              URBAN AND RURAL), COUNTIES, PLACES           CENT POPULATION
 STF 2        OF 1,000 OR MORE INHABITANTS, COUNTY         AND HOUSING COUNTS
 (100         SUBDIVISIONS, STATE PARTS OF AMERICAN        AND CHARACTERISTICS
 PERCENT)     INDIAN AREAS, AND ALASKA NATIVE              FOR EACH GEOGRAPHIC
              AREAS                                        AREA. EACH OF THE
                                                           STF 2 FILES WILL
      C       U.S., REGIONS, DIVISIONS, STATES             INCLUDE A SET OF
              (INCLUDING SUMMARIES SUCH AS URBAN           TABULATIONS FOR THE
              AND RURAL), COUNTIES, PLACES OF              TOTAL POPULATION
              10,000 OR MORE INHABITANTS, COUNTY           AND SEPARATE
              SUBDIVISIONS OF 10,000 OR MORE               PRESENTATIONS OF
              INHABITANTS IN SELECTED STATES, ALL          TABULATIONS BY RACE
              COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS IN NEW ENGLAND           AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
              MA'S, AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA
              NATIVE AREAS, MA'S, UA'S

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      A2 3    STATES, COUNTIES, COUNTY SUBDIVI-
              SIONS, PLACES, CENSUS TRACTS/BNA'S,
              BG'S. ALSO ALASKA NATIVE AREAS AND
              STATE PARTS OF AMERICAN INDIAN
              AREAS

      B3      FIVE-DIGIT ZIP CODES WITHIN EACH STATE        OVER 3,300 CELLS/
                                                            ITEMS OF SAMPLE
      C3      U.S., REGIONS, DIVISIONS, STATES,             POPULATION AND
              COUNTIES, PLACES OF 10,000 OR MORE            HOUSING CHARAC-
 STF 3        INHABITANTS, COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS OF           TERISTICS FOR
 (SAMPLE)     10,000 OR MORE INHABITANTS IN                 EACH GEOGRAPHIC
              SELECTED STATES, AMERICAN INDIAN AND          AREA
              ALASKA NATIVE AREAS, MA'S, UA'S

      D       CD'S OF THE 103RD CONGRESS BY STATE;
              AND WITHIN EACH CD: COUNTIES, PLACES
              OF 10,000 OR MORE INHABITANTS, COUNTY
              SUBDIVISIONS OF 10,000 OR MORE INHABI-
              TANTS IN SELECTED STATES

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      A       IN MA'S: COUNTIES, PLACES OF                  OVER 8,500 CELLS/
              10,000 OR MORE INHABITANTS, AND               ITEMS OF SAMPLE
              CENSUS TRACTS/BNA'S. IN THE                   POPULATION AND
              REMAINDER OF EACH STATE:                      HOUSING CHARAC-
              COUNTIES, PLACES OF 10,000 OR                 TERISTICS FOR
              MORE INHABITANTS, AND CENSUS                  EACH GEOGRAPHIC
              TRACTS/BNA'S                                  AREA. EACH OF THE
                                                            STF 4 FILES WILL
                                                            INCLUDE A SET OF
 STF 4B       STATE (INCLUDING SUMMARIES SUCH AS URBAN      TABULATIONS FOR
 (SAMPLE)     AND RURAL), COUNTIES, PLACES OF 2,500 OR      THE TOTAL INCLUDE
              MORE INHABITANTS, COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS OF      POPULATION AND
              2,500 OR MORE INHABITANTS IN SELECTED         SEPARATE PRESENT-
              STATES, ALL COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS IN NEW        ATIONS OF TABU-
              ENGLAND MA'S, STATE PARTS OF AMERICAN         LATIONS BY RACE
              INDIAN AREAS, AND ALASKA NATIVE               AND HISPANIC
              AREAS                                         ORIGIN.

      C       U.S., REGIONS, DIVISIONS, STATES
              (INCLUDING URBAN AND RURAL AND
              METROPOLITAN AND NONMETROPOLITAN
              COMPONENTS), COUNTIES, PLACES OF
              10,000 OR MORE INHABITANTS, COUNTY
              SUBDIVISIONS OF 10,000 OR MORE
              INHABITANTS IN SELECTED STATES,
              ALL COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS IN NEW ENGLAND
              MA'S, AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA
              NATIVE AREAS, MA'S, UA'S

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 (1)SIMILAR STF'S WILL BE PREPARED FOR PUERTO RICO AND THE U.S. VIRGIN
 ISLANDS.

 (2)ALSO AVAILABLE ON MICROFICHE. STF 1B MICROFICHE PROVIDES ONLY PART OF
 THE DATA FOR BLOCKS AND OTHER AREAS IN THE TAPE FILE.

 (3)ALSO AVAILABLE ON LASER DISC (CD-ROM). STF 1B CD-ROM PRESENTS THE SAME
 FILE EXTRACT AS STF 1B MICROFICHE.

FIGURE 6. OTHER 1990 CENSUS DATA PRODUCTS
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                        FIGURE 6. OTHER 1990 CENSUS DATA PRODUCTS

 TITLE             DESCRIPTION                             GEOGRAPHIC AREAS

 SUBJECT SUMMARY   ABOUT 20 COMPUTER TAPE FILES USED TO    U.S., REGIONS,
 TAPE FILES        PRODUCE THE SUBJECT REPORTS (1990 CP-3  DIVISIONS,
                   AND 1990 CH-3 SERIES). ON THE AVERAGE,  STATES, METRO.
                   A FILE IS THE SOURCE OF TWO SUBJECT     AREAS (MA'S),
                   REPORTS                                 AND LARGE
                                                           COUNTIES AND
                                                           PLACES
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 PUBLIC LAW 94-    COUNTS BY TOTAL, RACE, AND HISPANIC     STATES, COUNTIES,
 171 DATA FILE     ORIGIN FOR THE TOTAL POPULATION AND     COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS,
 (REDISTRICTING    POPULATION 18 YEARS OLD AND OVER,       PLACES, CENSUS
 DATA)             AND COUNTS OF HOUSING UNITS. AVAIL-     TRACTS/BLOCK NUMBER-
                   ABLE ON TAPE, CD-ROM, AND PAPER         ING AREAS (BNA'S),
                   LISTINGS                                BLOCK GROUPS (BG'S),
                                                           AND BLOCKS; VOTING
                                                           DISTRICTS WHERE
                                                           STATES HAVE IDENTI-
                                                           FIED THEM FOR THE
                                                           CENSUS BUREAU; AND
                                                           AMERICAN INDIAN AND
                                                           ALASKA NATIVE AREAS
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 CENSUS/EQUAL      SAMPLE TABULATIONS SHOWING DETAILED     COUNTIES, MA'S,
 EMPLOYMENT OPPOR- OCCUPATIONS AND EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT  PLACES OF 50,000 OR
 TUNITY (EEO)      DATA BY AGE; CROSS TABULATED BY SEX,    MORE INHABITANTS
 SPECIAL FILE      HISPANIC ORIGIN, AND RACE
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 COUNTY-TO-COUNTY SUMMARY STATISTICS FOR ALL INTRASTATE COUNTY-TO- STATES,
 MIGRATION FILE   COUNTY MIGRATION STREAMS AND SIGNIFICANT INTER-  COUNTIES
                  STATE COUNTY-TO-COUNTY MIGRATION STREAMS. EACH
                  RECORD WILL INCLUDE CODES FOR THE GEOGRAPHIC
                  AREA OF DESTINATION, AND SELECTED CHARACTERIS-
                  TICS OF THE PERSONS WHO MADE UP THE MIGRATION
                  STREAM
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 PUBLIC USE MICRODATA  MACHINE-READABLE FILES CONTAINING A
 SAMPLE (PUMS) FILES   SAMPLE OF INDIVIDUAL LONG-FORM CENSUS
                       RECORDS SHOWING MOST POPULATION AND
                       HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS BUT WITH
                       IDENTIFYING INFORMATION REMOVED
  5 PERCENT-PUMS                                             COUNTY GROUPS,
                                                             COUNTIES, COUNTY
                                                             SUBDIVISIONS, AND
  AREAS                                                      PLACES WITH
                                                             100,000 OR MORE
                                                             INHABITANTS
  1 PERCENT-METRO-                                           MA'S AND OTHER
  POLITAN AREAS (1990)                                       LARGE AREAS WITH
                                                             100,000 OR MORE
                                                             INHABITANTS
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 USER-DEFINED AREAS  A SET OF STANDARD TABULATIONS
                     PROVIDED ON PRINTOUTS, TAPES,   USER-DEFINED AREAS
                     CREATED BY AGGREGATING
 TABULATIONS         OR OTHER PRODUCTS WITH MAPS AND     CENSUS BLOCKS
                     NARRATIVE (IF REQUESTED)


 SPECIAL TABULATIONS     USER-DEFINED TABULATIONS FOR SPECIFIED GEO-
                         USER-DEFINED AREAS OR STANDARD AREAS
                         GRAPHIC AREAS PROVIDED ON PRINTOUTS, TAPES, OR
                         OTHER PRODUCTS

                            G-3  APPENDIX G



                          COUNTY BLOCK MAP SAMPLE



                            APPENDIX G     G-4

          CENSUS TRACT/BLOCK NUMBERING AREA OUTLINE MAP SAMPLE



                            G-5  APPENDIX G

                     COUNTY SUBDIVISION MAP SAMPLE


                            APPENDIX G     G-6

APPENDIX H. RECORD LAYOUT OF MACHINE-READABLE DATA DICTIONARY

CONTENTS
 GEOGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION.............................................. H-1
 INTRODUCTION........................................................ H-1
 TABLE (MATRIX) DESCRIPTION.......................................... H-2

INTRODUCTION

 THIS APPENDIX PROVIDES THE RECORD LAYOUT FOR THE MACHINE-READABLE DATA
 DICTIONARY FILE THAT ACCOMPANIES EACH DATA TAPE.  THIS DATA DICTIONARY WAS
 DEVELOPED AS A ``GENERIC'' DICTIONARY THAT, WITH SOME PROGRAMMING, COULD BE
 CONVERTED FOR USE WITH SPECIFIC SOFTWARE PACKAGES.


GEOGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION

GEOGRAPHIC RECORD 1--FIELD MNEMONIC, SIZE, AND TYPE
      POSITION          DESCRIPTION
      1-2               IDENTIFIER "G1" (GEOGRAPHIC RECORD 1)
      3                 BLANK
      4-11              FIELD MNEMONIC (LEFT JUSTIFIED)
      12                BLANK
      13-14             FIELD SIZE (RIGHT JUSTIFIED)
      15                BLANK
      16-18             DATA TYPE (LEFT JUSTIFIED)
                        NOTE:  LEGAL ENTRIES ARE A, N, AND A/N
      19                BLANK
      20-24             BEGIN POSITION (RIGHT JUSTIFIED)
                        (BEGIN POSITION IN RELATION TO THE ENTIRE RECORD)
      25                BLANK
      26-30             RELATIVE BEGIN POSITION (RIGHT JUSTIFIED)
                        (BEGIN POSITION IN RELATION TO THE
                        RECORD SEGMENT)
      31                BLANK
      32                NUMBER OF IMPLIED DECIMALS
      33-80             BLANK


GEOGRAPHIC RECORD 2--FIELD DESCRIPTION
      POSITION          DESCRIPTION

      1-2               IDENTIFIER "G2" (GEOGRAPHIC RECORD 2)
      3                 BLANK
      4-8               BEGIN POSITION (RIGHT JUSTIFIED) (REPEAT FROM 20-24
                         ABOVE)
      9                 BLANK
      10-80             FIELD DESCRIPTION (LEFT JUSTIFIED)


GEOGRAPHIC RECORD 3--CODE IDENTIFICATION
      POSITION          DESCRIPTION

      1-2               IDENTIFIER "G3" (GEOGRAPHIC RECORD 3)
      3                 BLANK
      4-8               BEGIN POSITION (RIGHT JUSTIFIED) (REPEAT FROM 20-24
                         IN G1)
      9                 BLANK
      10-17             CODES (RIGHT JUSTIFIED)
      18                BLANK
      19-80             CODE IDENTIFICATION (LEFT JUSTIFIED)


GEOGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION EXAMPLES 1 AND 2

 GEOGRAPHIC DESCRIPTION EXAMPLES(1)
 EXAMPLES OF THE GEOGRAPHIC RECORDS ARE SHOWN BELOW.  IN EXAMPLE 1, THERE
 ARE NO G3 RECORDS.  G3 RECORDS WILL APPEAR ONLY FOR FIELDS WHICH HAVE CODE
 LISTINGS IN THE TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION.


 EXAMPLE 1

       G1 FILEID    8 A/N     1     1 0
       G2     1 FILE IDENTIFICATION


 EXAMPLE 2

       G1 PSADC     2 A/N   289   289 0
       G2   289 POLITICAL/STATISTICAL AREA DESCRIPTION CODE
       G3   289       01 STATE OR STATE EQUIVALENT - NO STATUS IS APPENDED
                         TO THE NAME
       G3   289       01 OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND RELATED
                         DATA PRODUCTS
       G3   289       04 BOROUGH - COUNTY EQUIVALENT IN ALASKA; "BOROUGH" IS
                         APPENDED T
       G3   289       04 O THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS PUBLICATIONS AND
                         RELATED DA
       G3   289       05 TA PRODUCTS
       G3   289       05 CENSUS AREA - COUNTY EQUIVALENT IN ALASKA; "CENSUS
                         AREA" IS AP
       G3   289       05 PENDED TO THE NAME OF THE ENTITY IN CENSUS
                         PUBLICATIONS AND RE
       G3   289       05 LATED DATA PRODUCTS

 (1)EXAMPLES ARE FOR ILLUSTRATIVE PURPOSES AND ARE NOT SPECIFIC TO THIS
 FILE.


TABLE (MATRIX) DESCRIPTION

TABLE RECORD 1.  TABLE NUMBER AND CHARACTERISTICS
      POSITION          DESCRIPTION

      1-2               IDENTIFIER "T1" (TABLE RECORD 1)
      3                 BLANK
      4-9               TABLE (MATRIX) NUMBER (LEFT JUSTIFIED)
      10                BLANK
      11-15             BEGIN POSITION (RIGHT JUSTIFIED)
                        (BEGIN POSITION IN RELATION TO THE ENTIRE RECORD)
      16                BLANK
      17-21             RELATIVE BEGIN POSITION (RIGHT JUSTIFIED)
                        (BEGIN POSITION IN RELATION TO THE RECORD SEGMENT)
      22                BLANK
      23-24             CELL SIZE FOR THIS TABLE (MATRIX) (RIGHT JUSTIFIED)
      25                BLANK
      26                NUMBER OF IMPLIED DECIMALS FOR CELLS IN THIS
                         TABLE (MATRIX)
      27                BLANK
      28-30             NUMBER OF CELLS IN THIS TABLE (MATRIX) (RIGHT
                         JUSTIFIED)
      31                BLANK
      32-34             NUMBER OF VARIABLES (RIGHT JUSTIFIED)
      35-80             BLANK


TABLE RECORD 2.  TABLE TITLE
      POSITION          DESCRIPTION

      1-2               IDENTIFIER "T2" (TABLE RECORD 2)
      3                 BLANK
      4-9               TABLE (MATRIX) NUMBER (LEFT JUSTIFIED)
      10                BLANK
      11-80             TABLE (MATRIX) TITLE (LEFT JUSTIFIED)


TABLE RECORD 3.  UNIVERSE DESCRIPTION
      POSITION          DESCRIPTION

      1-2               IDENTIFIER "T3" (TABLE RECORD 3)
      3                 BLANK
      4-9               TABLE (MATRIX) NUMBER (LEFT JUSTIFIED)
      10                BLANK
      11-80             UNIVERSE DESCRIPTION (LEFT JUSTIFIED)


TABLE RECORD 4-N.  TABLE VARIABLE DESCRIPTIONS
      POSITION          DESCRIPTION

      1-2               IDENTIFIER "TN" N= SEQUENCE NUMBER OF VARIABLE IN
                         THE TABLE BEING DESCRIBED.
      3                 BLANK
      4-9               TABLE (MATRIX) NUMBER (LEFT JUSTIFIED)
      10                BLANK
      11-76             VARIABLE NAME (LEFT JUSTIFIED)
      77                BLANK
      78-80             NUMBER OF CATEGORIES FOR THIS VARIABLE (RIGHT
                         JUSTIFIED)
                        NOTE:  SUBSEQUENT "T" RECORDS WITH THE SAME "N" WILL
                         HAVE THE VARIABLE CATEGORIES DESCRIBED IN POSITIONS
                         11-80.


FILLER RECORD
      POSITION          DESCRIPTION

      1-2               IDENTIFIER  ``F1'' (FILLER RECORD)
      3                 BLANK
      4-7               "FILL"
      8-10              BLANK
      11-15             BEGIN POSITION (RIGHT JUSTIFIED) (BEGIN POSITION IN
                         RELATION TO THE ENTIRE RECORD)
      16                BLANK
      17-21             RELATIVE BEGIN POSITION (RIGHT JUSTIFIED) (BEGIN
                         POSITION IN RELATION TO THE RECORD SEGMENT)
      22                BLANK
      23-26             TOTAL NUMBER OF ``FILL'' BLANKS
      27-80             BLANK


MATRIX EXAMPLE
 MATRIX EXAMPLE(1)

 SEE EXAMPLE 3 BELOW.

 EXAMPLE 3

 SEX (2) BY MARITAL STATUS(5)  10


 T1 P14     4423  4423  9 0  10   2
 T2 P14    SEX BY MARITAL STATUS
 T3 P14    PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER
 T4 P14    SEX                                    2
 T4 P14    MALE
 T4 P14    FEMALE
 T5 P14    MARITAL STATUS                         5
 T5 P14    NEVER MARRIED
 T5 P14    NOW MARRIED, EXCEPT SEPARATED
 T5 P14    SEPARATED
 T5 P14    WIDOWED
 T5 P14    DIVORCED

 (1)EXAMPLES ARE FOR ILLUSTRATIVE PURPOSES AND ARE NOT SPECIFIC TO THIS
 FILE.

EXAMPLE 3.  SEX BY MARITAL STATUS
 EXAMPLE 3

 SEX (2) BY MARITAL STATUS(5)  10


 T1 P14     4423  4423  9 0  10   2
 T2 P14    SEX BY MARITAL STATUS
 T3 P14    PERSONS 15 YEARS AND OVER
 T4 P14    SEX                                    2
 T4 P14    MALE
 T4 P14    FEMALE
 T5 P14    MARITAL STATUS                         5
 T5 P14    NEVER MARRIED
 T5 P14    NOW MARRIED, EXCEPT SEPARATED
 T5 P14    SEPARATED
 T5 P14    WIDOWED
 T5 P14    DIVORCED

 (1)EXAMPLES ARE FOR ILLUSTRATIVE PURPOSES AND ARE NOT SPECIFIC TO THIS
 FILE.


APPENDIX I. CODE LISTS

CONTENTS

 GROUP QUARTERS                                              I--1
 RACE                                                        I--6

GROUP QUARTERS

 THIS SECTION CONTAINS THE ALPHABETICAL CODE LIST FOR GROUP QUARTERS.  THE
 GROUP QUARTERS CODE LIST WAS USED BY SPECIAL PLACE PRELIST ENUMERATORS TO
 CLASSIFY EACH TYPE OF GROUP QUARTERS.  EACH GROUP QUARTERS CODE IS A TWO-
 DIGIT NUMBER FOLLOWED BY EITHER AN "I" (INSTITUTIONAL) OR "N"
 (NONINSTITUTIONAL) SUFFIX.  THE GROUP QUARTERS CODES LISTED IN THE SECOND
 COLUMN ARE FOR STAFF RESIDING IN GROUP QUARTERS.

         STAFF
 GQ     RESIDENTS
 CODES   GQ CODES

 87-N     --     A.  COLLEGE QUARTERS OFF CAMPUS
                     (CODE ONLY IF OCCUPIED BY 10 OR MORE UNRELATED PERSONS.
                     IF LESS THAN 10, THESE ARE CLASSIFIED AS A HOUSING
                     UNIT.)

                 B.  CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS

 22-I     22-N       1.  FEDERAL DETENTION CENTERS:  INCLUDING PARK POLICE,
                         BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, IMMIGRATION AND
                         NATURALIZATION SERVICE (INS) CENTERS, INS DE-
                         TENTION CENTERS OPERATED WITHIN LOCAL JAILS, AND
                         STATE AND FEDERAL PRISONS. INS DETENTION CENTERS
                         ALSO INCLUDE INS FEDERAL ALIEN DETENTION FACIL-
                         ITIES, INS SERVICE PROCESSING CENTERS, AND INS
                         CONTRACT DETENTION CENTERS USED TO DETAIN ALIENS
                         UNDER EXCLUSION OR DEPORTATION PROCEEDINGS AND
                         ALIENS WHO REQUIRE CUSTODIAL DEPARTURES.

 21-I     21-N       2.  FEDERAL PRISONS:  INCLUDING CRIMINALLY INSANE
                         WARDS OPERATED BY A FEDERAL PRISON WITHIN A MENTAL
                         OR GENERAL HOSPITAL.  IF WARD IS NOT OPERATED BY A
                         PRISON, CODE ACCORDING TO PARAGRAPH H4.  FOR
                         DETENTION CENTERS WITHIN FEDERAL PRISONS, SEE B1
                         ABOVE.

 23-I     23-N       3.  HALFWAY HOUSES:  OPERATED FOR CORRECTIONAL
                         PURPOSES, INCLUDING PROBATION AND RESTITUTION
                         CENTERS, PRERELEASE CENTERS, AND COMMUNITY-
                         RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTERS.

 27-I     27-N       4.  LOCAL (COUNTY/CITY) JAILS AND OTHER LOCAL
                         CONFINEMENT FACILITIES:  INCLUDING WORK FARMS USED
                         TO HOLD PERSONS AWAITING TRIAL OR SERVING TIME ON
                         RELATIVELY SHORT SENTENCES (USUALLY OF A YEAR OR
                         LESS), AND JAILS RUN BY PRIVATE BUSINESSES UNDER
                         CONTRACT.

 95-I     95-N       5.  MILITARY STOCKADES, JAILS

 28-I     28-N       6.  POLICE LOCKUPS:  TEMPORARY-HOLDING FACILITIES
                         OR OTHER  FACILITIES THAT  HOLD  PERSONS  ONLY  IF
                         THEY HAVE NOT BEEN FORMALLY CHARGED IN COURT
                         (USUALLY DETAINED LESS THAN 48 HOURS).

 24-I     24-N       7.  STATE PRISONS:  PRISONS RUN BY PRIVATE BUSINESSES
                         (UNDER CONTRACT); INCLUDING CRIMINALLY INSANE WARDS
                         OPERATED BY A STATE PRISON WITHIN A MENTAL OR
                         GENERAL HOSPITAL.  IF WARD IS NOT OPERATED BY A
                         PRISON, CODE ACCORDING TO PARAGRAPH H4.
 20-I     20-N       8. OTHER TYPES OF CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS:  INCLUDING
                        PRIVATE CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES AND CORRECTIONAL
                        FACILITIES SPECIFICALLY FOR ALCOHOL/DRUG ABUSE.
                        (USE ONLY AS A LAST RESORT IF NO OTHER TYPE CODE
                         APPLIES.)
 91-N   --       C. CREWS OF CIVILIAN VESSELS
                 D. DORMITORIES
 92-N   --           1. AGRICULTURE WORKERS' DORMITORIES ON FARMS: INCLUDING
                        MIGRATORY FARM WORKERS' CAMPS ON FARMS, BUNKHOUSES
                        FOR RANCH HANDS, AND OTHER DORMITORIES ON FARMS
                        INCLUDING THOSE ON "TREE FARMS."
 87-N   --           2. COLLEGE STUDENT DORMITORIES, AND FRATERNITY AND
                        SORORITY HOUSES (ON CAMPUS): INCLUDING RESIDENTIAL
                        QUARTERS FOR THOSE IN RELIGIOUS ORDERS.
 86-N   --           3. DORMITORIES FOR NURSES AND INTERNS IN GENERAL AND
                        MILITARY HOSPITALS
 97-N   --           4. MILITARY QUARTERS ON BASE: INCLUDING BARRACKS,
                        BACHELOR OFFICERS QUARTERS, UNACCOMPANIED OFFICER
                        PERSONNEL HOUSING, UNACCOMPANIED ENLISTED PERSONNEL
                        HOUSING, AND SIMILAR NONINSTITUTIONAL GROUP LIVING
                        QUARTERS FOR MILITARY PERSONNEL.
 93-N   --           5. OTHER WORKERS' DORMITORIES: INCLUDING LOGGING CAMPS,
                        CONSTRUCTION WORKERS' CAMPS, FIRE-HOUSE DORMITORIES,
                        JOB-TRAINING CAMPS, ENERGY ENCLAVE (ALASKA ONLY),
                        ALASKAN PIPELINE CAMPS, NONFARM MIGRATORY WORKERS'
                        CAMPS, SUCH AS WORKERS WHO LAY OIL AND GAS PIPELINES.
                    6.  RUNAWAY, NEGLECTED, AND HOMELESS CHILDREN:  INCLUDING
                        EMERGENCY SHELTERS/GROUP HOMES WHICH PROVIDE TEMPORARY
                        SLEEPING FACILITIES FOR JUVENILES, SEE PARAGRAPH F-2
             E. ELDERLY: SKILLED NURSING FACILITIES, INTERMEDIATE CARE FACILI-
                TIES, LONG-TERM CARE ROOMS IN WARDS OR BUILDINGS ON THE GROUNDS
                OF HOSPITALS, NURSING, CONVALESCENT, AND REST HOMES INCLUDING
                SOLDIERS', SAILORS', VETERANS', AND FRATERNAL OR RELIGIOUS
                HOMES FOR THE AGED, WITH OR WITHOUT NURSING CARE.

           NOTE: DO NOT INCLUDE DORMITORIES FOR NURSES' AND INTERNS'; SEE PARA-
                 GRAPH D3.

                     1. PUBLIC OWNERSHIP
 62-I  62-N             A. FEDERAL OWNERSHIP:  INCLUDING VETERANS' ADMINISTRA-
                           TION, DOMICILIARY HOMES, AND U.S. NAVAL HOMES.
 63-I  63-N             B. STATE OWNERSHIP
 64-I  64-N             C. COUNTY OR CITY OWNERSHIP
 65-I  65-N             D. DON'T KNOW IF FEDERAL, STATE, OR COUNTY-CITY OWNER-
                           SHIP (USE ONLY AS A LAST RESORT IF NO OTHER TYPE
                           CODE APPLIES.)
                     2. PRIVATE OWNERSHIP
 66-I  66-N              A. PRIVATE NOT-FOR-PROFIT
 67-I  67-N              B. PRIVATE FOR PROFIT
 60-I  60-N              C. DON'T KNOW IF FOR PROFIT OR NOT (USE ONLY AS A LAST
                            RESORT IF NO OTHER TYPE CODE APPLIES.)
 61-I  61-N          3. DON'T KNOW IF FEDERAL, STATE, LOCAL, OR PRIVATE OWNER-
                         SHIP (USE ONLY AS A LAST RESORT IF NO OTHER TYPE
                         CODE APPLIES.)
                F. EMERGENCY SHELTER/STREET NIGHT ENUMERATION ("S-NIGHT")
 82-N    --        1. SHELTERS FOR THE HOMELESS WITH SLEEPING FACILITIES:
                      INCLUDING EMERGENCY HOUSING, MISSIONS AND FLOPHOUSES,
                      SALVATION ARMY SHELTERS, HOTELS AND MOTELS CHARGING $12
                      OR LESS A NIGHT (EXCLUDING TAXES), HOTELS AND MOTELS USED
                      ENTIRELY FOR HOMELESS PERSONS, THE GROUP OF ROOMS IN
                      HOTELS AND MOTELS USED PARTIALLY FOR THE HOMELESS, AND
                      SIMILAR PLACES KNOWN TO HAVE PERSONS WITH NO USUAL HOME
                      ELSEWHERE WHO STAY OVERNIGHT.
 83-N     --       2. RUNAWAY, NEGLECTED, AND HOMELESS CHILDREN:
                      INCLUDING EMERGENCY SHELTERS/GROUP HOMES WHICH
                      PROVIDE TEMPORARY SLEEPING FACILITIES FOR
                      JUVENILES.

                   3. STREET ENUMERATION   PREDESIGNATED SITES

 84-N     --             A.  NONSTRUCTURE LOCATIONS, OTHER THAN COMMERCE
                             PLACES:  INCLUDING STREET CORNERS, PARKS,
                             BRIDGES, ABANDONED AND BOARDED-UP BUILDINGS,
                             NONCOMMERCIAL CAMPSITES ("TENT CITIES"), AND
                             SIMILAR SITES.

 85-N     --             B.  COMMERCE PLACES:  INCLUDING RAILROAD STATIONS,
                             AIRPORTS, BUS DEPOTS, SUBWAY STATIONS, ALL-
                             NIGHT MOVIE THEATERS, ALLNIGHT RESTAURANTS,
                             EMERGENCY HOSPITAL WAITING ROOMS, AND OTHER
                             SIMILAR PREDESIGNATED SITES.

 75-N     --       4.  SHELTERS FOR ABUSED WOMEN (SHELTERS AGAINST
                       DOMESTIC VIOLENCE)