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					Table FBP-1. Profile of Selected Demographic and Social Characteristics: 2000 (leading dots indicate subparts)
Population Universe: People Born in China 1, 3 Geographic Area: ALABAMA [For information on confidentiality protection, sampling error, nonsampling error, and definitions, see http://www.census.gov/prod/cen2000/doc/sf3.pdf] Subject Number Percent Subject Number Percent

...Total population..........…...…………………………….. 3 520 100.0 SEX AND AGE ...Total population..........…...…………………………….. U.S. CITIZENSHIP AND PERIOD OF U.S. ENTRY 3 520 Naturalized U.S. citizen…………………………………………………………………………………… 1 030 29.3 Male...................................................................………………………............. 1 785 .Entered 1990 to 2000………………………..……………………………………………. 305 8.7 Female................................................................…………………................. 1 735 .Entered 1980 to 1989………………………………………………………………………………. 465 13.2 .Entered before 1980………………………………………………………………………………. years......................................................………........................... 260 7.4 Under 5 275 Not a U.S. citizen…………………………………………………………………………………… years.........................................................……………...................... 2 485 70.6 5 to 9 70 .Entered 1990 to 2000………………………..……………………………………………. to 14 years......................................................………….......................... 2 240 63.6 10 130 .Entered 1980 to 1989……………………………………………………………………………….years......................................................………….......................... 205 5.8 15 to 19 80 .Entered before 1980………………………………………………………………………………. years......................................................………........................... 45 1.3 20 to 24 250 25 to 34 years......................................................………........................... 1 230 RACE 35 to 44 years......................................................……….......................... 820 One race..........................……………………................................................. 3 465 98.4 45 to 54 years......................................................……….......................... 225 .White.............................……………………................................................ 15 0.4 55 to 59 years......................................................………........................... 160 .Black or African American.................................................................. 0.0 60 to 64 years......................................................………........................... 75 .American Indian and Alaska Native............................................................. 0.0 65 to 74 years......................................................……….......................... 155 .Asian............................……………………….............................................. 98.0 75 to 84 years......................................................………..........................50 3 450 .Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander............................................................. 85 years and over................................................................................. 10 0.0 .Some other race............………………................................................ 0.0 Two or more races..............………………............................................... 55 1.6 Median age (years)................................................................................. 32.0

100.0 50.7 49.3 7.8 2.0 3.7 2.3 7.1 34.9 23.3 6.4 4.5 2.1 4.4 1.4 0.3 (X)

HISPANIC OR LATINO ORIGIN 18 years and over.................................................…............................... 2 985 84.8 .Male...............................................................……………………................ Hispanic or Latino (of any race)................................................................................. 10 0.3 1 590 45.2 .Female........................................................……………….....................… Not Hispanic or Latino................................................................................. 3 510 99.7 1 395 39.6 .White alone....................………............................................................ 15 0.4 21 years and over.............................................…................................... 2 950 83.8 62 years and over.............................................…................................... 265 7.5 LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME 65 years and over.............................................…................................... 210 6.0 ...Population 5 years and over..............................................… .Male...............................................................……………………................ 3 240 100.0 135 3.8 .Female........................................................……………….....................… English only.........................…………............……………………..................... 220 6.8 75 2.1 Language other than English............................................................. 3 020 93.2 ..Speak English less than "very well".....................................................… 57.6 MARITAL STATUS 1 865 .Spanish......................................................................................................................... ..Population 15 years and over..........................................… 3 045 0.0 100.0 ..Speak English less than "very well".....................................................… 0.0 Never married...................................................…………………….............. 640 21.0 .Other Indo-European languages............................................................. 30 0.9 Now married, excluding separated............................................................. 2 200 72.2 ..Speak English less than "very well".....................................................… 0.6 Separated........................................................……………………….............. 20 4 0.1 .Asian and Pacific Island languages............................................................. 92.3 Widowed.........................................................………………………............... 2 990 90 3.0 ..Speak English less than "very well".....................................................… 56.9 .Female…………………………………………………………………………..………… 1 845 85 2.8 Divorced..........................................................……………………….............. 105 3.4 .Female…………………………………………………………………………..………… RELATIONSHIP 50 1.6 ...Total population..........…...…………………………….. 3 520 100.0 In households......................……….......................................................... 3 470 98.6 GRANDPARENTS AS CAREGIVERS .Householder....................……............................................................. 1 420 40.3 ..Grandparent living in household with one .Spouse...........................………………..................................................... 910 25.9 or more own grandchildren under 18 .Child..............................……………………..............................................… 17.0 600 120 100.0 years....................................................... ..Own child under 18 years................................................................................. Grandparent responsible for grandchildren…………………………………………………… 470 13.4 15 12.5 .Other relatives.................…................................................................ 280 8.0 ..Under 18 years................................................................................. 40 1.1 SCHOOL ENROLLMENT ..Population 3 years and over .Nonrelatives....................……............................................................. 260 7.4 ..Unmarried partner................................................................................. 50 1.4 enrolled in school………………………………. 1 460 100.0 In group quarters..................…...............................................................50 1.4 Nursery school, preschool.................................…............................ 140 9.6 .Institutionalized population.................................................................................0.0 Kindergarten....................................................……………………………....... 20 1.4 .Noninstitutionalized population................................................................................. Elementary school (grades 1-8)............................................................. 180 50 1.4 12.3 High school (grades 9-12)..................................…….......................... 95 6.5 HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE College or graduate school .................................................................................. 70.5 1 030 2 ...Total households ................................................................................. 1 420 100.0 Family households (families)................................................................................. 990 69.7 EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT ..With own children under 18 years................................................................................. ..Population 25 years and over.................................................… 515 36.3 2 715 100.0 .Married-couple family................................................................................. 58.5 Less than 9th grade..........................................……………….................. 830 170 6.3 ..With own children under 18 years................................................................................. 12th grade, no diploma............................................................. 460 32.4 9th to 95 3.5 .Female householder, no husband present ................................................................................. graduate (includes equivalency)............................................................ 75 5.3 High school 145 5.3 ..With own children under 18 years................................................................................. college, no degree...................................…….......................... 160 40 2.8 Some 5.9 Nonfamily households................................................................................. 430 30.3 Associate degree.............................................…………………............... 90 3.3 .Householder living alone................................................................................. 21.5 Bachelor's degree............................................…………………............... 305 590 21.7 ..Householder 65 years and over................................................................................. 30 2.1 Graduate or professional degree............................................................. 1 470 54.1 RESIDENCE IN 1995 Percent high school graduate or higher............................................................ (X) 90.4 ..Population 5 years and over................................… 3 240 100.0 Percent bachelor's degree or higher............................................................ (X) 75.9 Same house in 1995.............……........................................................... 815 25.2 Different house in the U.S. in 1995............................................................ 1 080 33.3 VETERAN STATUS .Same county...................………………………......................................... ..Civilian population 18 years and over...........................… 3 550 390 12.0 100.0 .Different county................…………………............................................. 685 21.1 Civilian veterans...............................................……………………............. 255 7.2 ..Same state...................……………………….......................................... 275 8.5 ..Different state................…………………............................................. 410 12.7 Elsewhere in 1995................………………................................................. 1 350 41.7 Footnotes: - Represents zero or rounds to zero. (X) Not applicable. See http://factfinder.census.gov/metadoc/birthplace.pdf for Place of Birth Code List. 1 This table includes only the foreign-born population; people born in China to a U.S. citizen parent are considered native and are not included in this table. 2 Characteristics for households and families are based on the country of birth of the householder. 3 Table includes: China (207), Hong Kong (209), and the Paracel Islands (232). Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 Special Tabulations (STP-159) Internet Release date: June 9, 2006

Table FBP-2. Profile of Selected Economic Characteristics: 2000 (leading dots indicate subparts)
Population Universe: People Born in China Geographic Area: ALABAMA
1, 3

[For information on confidentiality protection, sampling error, nonsampling error, and definitions, see http://www.census.gov/prod/cen2000/doc/sf3.pdf] Subject Number Percent Subject Number Percent

EMPLOYMENT STATUS ..Population 16 years and over.................................… 3 010 100.0 In labor force.......................…………........................................................ 1 880 62.5 .Civilian labor force................................................................................. 1 880 62.5 ..Employed.....................…………........................................................... 1 870 62.1 ..Unemployed..................……............................................................... 15 0.5 ...Percent of civilian labor force.................................................................... (X) 0.8 .Armed Forces.................…................................................................ Not in labor force....................…............................................................ 1 130 37.5 ..Females 16 years and over................................................…1 405 In labor force..........................…………..................................................... 785 .Civilian labor force................................................................................. 785 ..Employed........................…………........................................................ 770

COMMUTING TO WORK ..Workers 16 years and over..................................................…850 1 100.0 Car, truck, or van - - drove alone..............…………...........................… 1 215 65.7 Car, truck, or van - - carpooled.............................................……….....… 420 22.7 Public transportation (including taxicab)..........................................… 25 1.4 Walked..............................................................................………..………………. 7.8 145 Other means...................................................................……………............ 30 1.6 Worked at home.............................................................…....................20 1.1 Mean travel time to work (minutes)..................................................…19.4 (X)

100.0 INCOME IN 1999 55.9 ..Households2................................................................................. 1 420 100.0 55.9 Less than $10,000................................................................................. 190 13.4 54.8 $10,000 to $14,999................................................................................. 190 13.4 $15,000 to $24,999................................................................................. 200 14.1 ..Own children under 6 years...........................................… 255 100.0 $25,000 to $34,999................................................................................. 175 12.3 All parents in family in labor force……..........................................… 180 70.6 $35,000 to $49,999................................................................................. 145 10.2 $50,000 to $74,999................................................................................. 225 15.8 ..Employed civilian population $75,000 to $99,999................................................................................. 125 8.8 16 years and over................................… 1 870 100.0 $100,000 to $149,999................................................................................. 45 3.2 OCCUPATION $150,000 to $199,999 ............................................................................ 70 4.9 Management, professional, and related occupations................ 1 510 80.7 $200,000 or more................................................................................. 55 3.9 Service occupations................................................................................. 160 8.6 Median household income (dollars)...........................................................… 31 085 (X) Sales and office occupations................................................................................. 8.3 155 Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations………….………………. - With earnings.................................................................…………................ 1 260 88.7 .Mean earnings (dollars)..................................................................… Construction, extraction, and maintenance 56 059 (X) occupations……………………………………………… 4 0.2 With Social Security income..............................................................… 125 8.8 .Mean Social Security income (dollars)........................................................… (X) Production, transportation, and material moving 7 619 occupations……………………………………………… 35 1.9 With Supplemental Security Income................................................................… 2.5 35 .Mean Supplemental Security Income (dollars)....................................… 4 774 (X) INDUSTRY With public assistance income.................................................................................1.1 15 .Mean public assistance income (dollars)...................................................… Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining……………………. 4 0.2 2 812 (X) Construction..........................................…………..................................... 4 0.2 With retirement income................................................................................. 60 4.2 .Mean retirement income (dollars)...........................................................… Manufacturing.........................………...................................................... 140 7.5 24 031 (X) Wholesale trade....................……...........................................................35 1.9 2 Retail trade...........................……………..................................................... 65 3.5 ..Families ................................................................................ 990 100.0 Transportation and warehousing, and utilities……………………………………. - Less than $10,000................................................................................. 80 8.1 Information…………………………………………..…………………………………….. 25 1.3 $10,000 to $14,999................................................................................. 120 12.1 Finance, insurance, real estate, and rental and leasing……… 80 4.3 $15,000 to $24,999................................................................................. 70 7.1 $25,000 to $34,999................................................................................. 135 13.6 Professional, scientific, management, administrative, 170 9.1 $35,000 to $49,999................................................................................. 120 12.1 and waste management services.........................… Educational, health and social services............................................… 000 1 53.5 $50,000 to $74,999................................................................................. 195 19.7 Arts, entertainment, recreation, accommodation and $75,000 to $99,999................................................................................. 120 12.1 food services………………………….………………… 310 16.6 $100,000 to $149,999................................................................................. 45 4.5 Other services (except public administration)………………………………………. 1.6 $150,000 to $199,999 ............................................................................ 30 55 5.6 Public administration……………………...………………………………………… 0.5 $200,000 or more................................................................................. 45 10 4.5 Median family income (dollars).................................................................................(X) 46 375 CLASS OF WORKER Private wage and salary workers..........………...............................… 980 52.4 Per capita income (dollars)................................................................................. 22 984 (X) Government workers................................................................................. 800 42.8 Median earnings (dollars): Male full-time, year-round workers...........................................................… 46 250 (X) Self-employed workers in own not incorporated 85 4.5 Female full-time, year-round workers..............................................................… (X) 27 194 business.........................................………………. Number Percent Unpaid family workers………………………..……………………………………… 0.2 4 below below poverty poverty DISABILITY STATUS OF THE CIVILIAN Subject level level NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION ...Population 5 to 20 years......................................................… 290 100.0 POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 2 With a disability.........................………………............................................ 30 10.3 ..Families ..................................................................… 125 12.6 ...Population 21 to 64 years..........................................… 2 740 100.0 With related children under 18 years....................................................… 60 11.3 .With related children under 5 years............................................................… 17.7 With a disability.........................………………............................................ 315 11.5 55 ..Families with female householder, no .Percent employed..................…………................................................... (X) 57.8 No disability.............……………………........................................................ 2 425 88.5 husband present 2 ..................................… 10 13.3 .Percent employed.………...................................................................... (X) 68.0 With related children under 18 years..............................................................… .With related children under 5 years.............................................................… ...Population 65 years and over.....................................… 210 100.0 With a disability........………………............................................................. 75 35.7 ..Individuals........................................……….........… 545 15.8 18 years and over.....................................……….......................................... 515 17.6 .65 years and over................................................................................. 4 1.9 Related children under 18 years..........................................................… 30 5.9 .Related children 5 to 17 years...........................................................… 25 9.6 Unrelated individuals 15 years and over……………...………………………. 245 36.8 Footnotes: - Represents zero or rounds to zero. (X) Not applicable. See http://factfinder.census.gov/metadoc/birthplace.pdf for Place of Birth Code List. 1 This table includes only the foreign-born population; people born in China to a U.S. citizen parent are considered native and are not included in this table. 2 Characteristics for households and families are based on the country of birth of the householder. 3 Table includes: China (207), Hong Kong (209), and the Paracel Islands (232). Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 Special Tabulations (STP-159) Internet Release date: June 9, 2006

Table FBP-3. Profile of Selected Housing Characteristics: 2000 (leading dots indicate subparts)
Population Universe: People Born in China Geographic Area: ALABAMA
1, 3

[For information on confidentiality protection, sampling error, nonsampling error, and definitions, see http://www.census.gov/prod/cen2000/doc/sf3.pdf] Subject
2

Number

Percent Subject 100.0 39.9 59.8

Number Percent 100.0 7.6 21.7 26.1 25.0 14.1 4.3 (X)

...Occupied housing units ............…...........… 1 455 HOUSING TENURE Owner-occupied housing units..............……….......................….....… 580 Renter-occupied housing units..........…………................................… 870

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 1-unit, detached..................................………………………......................... 530 36.4 1-unit, attached...................................……………………………........................ 0.3 4 2 units................................................……………………………….........………….. 1.7 25 3 or 4 units.........................................…………………………………….................. 7.2 105 5 to 9 units.........................................………………………………….................. 8.9 130 10 to 19 units......................................……………………………….......................19.2 280 20 or more units..................................………………………….......................... 24.4 MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED 355 Mobile home.......................................………………………………...................... 1.7 25 MONTHLY OWNER COSTS Boat, RV, van, etc...............................……………………….............................. - With a mortgage................................……................................................. 365 .Less than $300.............................….................................................... .$300 to $499................................…………................................................ YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 15 .$500 to $699................................………................................................. 1999 to March 2000.............................……………....................................... 60 4.1 40 .$700 to $999................................…………................................................ 1995 to 1998.......................................………………………............................... 8.2 120 75 .$1,000 to $1,499................................................................................. 1990 to 1994.......................................………………………................................ 13.1 190 160 .$1,500 to $1,999................................................................................. 1980 to 1989.......................................……………………………............................... 335 23.0 35 .$2,000 or more................................................................................. 45 1970 to 1979.......................................…………………………................................ 345 23.7 .Median costs (dollars)................................................................................. 1960 to 1969.......................................………………………............................... 16.8 245 1 153 1940 to 1959.......................................…………………………............................... 8.6 Not mortgaged...................................………………............................................ 125 95 .Median costs (dollars)................................................................................. 1939 or earlier.....................................………………………................................ 2.4 35 270 YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 1999 to March 2000................................................................................. 685 47.1 1995 to 1998.......................................………………......................................... 30.6 445 1990 to 1994.......................................………………….........................................13.1 190 1980 to 1989.......................................…………………........................................ 6.2 90 1970 to 1979.......................................……………….......................................... 2.4 35 1969 or earlier.....................................…………………............................................ 10 0.7

..Specified owner-occupied units................................................ 460 VALUE Less than $50,000................................................................................. 35 $50,000 to $99,999................................................................................. 100 $100,000 to $149,999................................................................................. 120 $150,000 to $199,999................................................................................. 115 $200,000 to $299,999................................................................................. 65 $300,000 to $499,999................................................................................. 20 $500,000 to $999,999................................................................................. $1,000,000 or more................................................................................. Median (dollars).................................…………............................................. 142 700

79.3 3.3 8.7 16.3 34.8 7.6 9.8 (X) 20.7 (X)

SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 Less than 15.0 percent................................................................................. 240 52.2 15.0 to 19.9 percent................................................................................. 50 10.9 20.0 to 24.9 percent................................................................................. 45 9.8 25.0 to 29.9 percent................................................................................. 40 8.7 30.0 to 34.9 percent................................................................................. 15 3.3 ROOMS 35.0 percent or more................................................................................. 70 15.2 1 room................................................…………………………................................ 190 13.1 Not computed....................................…………............................................ 2 rooms..............................................……………………................................... 25.4 370 3 rooms..............................................………………………................................. 16.8 245 ..Specified renter-occupied units................................................................................. 870 100.0 4 rooms..............................................…………………................................... 225 15.5 GROSS RENT 5 rooms..............................................……………………................................... 8.6 Less than $200..................................………............................................... 125 10 1.1 6 rooms..............................................……………………................................... 6.2 $200 to $299.....................................…………........................................... 90 190 21.8 7 rooms..............................................………………………….................................. 35 2.4 $300 to $499.....................................……………........................................... 440 50.6 8 rooms..............................................……………………….................................. 5.8 $500 to $749.....................................…………….......................................... 85 220 25.3 9 or more rooms..................................………….............................................. 85 5.8 $750 to $999.....................................……………….......................................... 10 1.1 Median number of rooms................................................................................. 3.2 (X) $1,000 to $1,499................................……………............................................... $1,500 or more..................................………….............................................. VEHICLES AVAILABLE No cash rent.....................................……………........................................... None................................…………………………................................................. 7.6 Median (dollars).................................………................................................ 110 388 (X) 1.....................................……………………………………............................................ 675 46.4 2.....................................……………………………………........................................... GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF 505 34.7 3 or more.........................……………………........................................................ 11.0 160 HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1999 Less than 15.0 percent................................................................................. 270 31.0 HOUSE HEATING FUEL 15.0 to 19.9 percent................................................................................. 65 7.5 Utility gas.........................…………………………...................................................... 420 28.9 20.0 to 24.9 percent................................................................................. 125 14.4 Bottled, tank, or LP gas................................................................................. 15 1.0 25.0 to 29.9 percent................................................................................. 65 7.5 Electricity.........................……………………........................................................ 69.1 30.0 to 34.9 percent................................................................................. 1 005 70 8.0 Fuel oil, kerosene, etc.................................................................................. - 35.0 percent or more................................................................................. 195 22.4 Coal or coke.....................………………........................................................... - Not computed....................................………………............................................ 9.2 80 Wood...............................…………………………................................................. Solar energy.....................……………….......................................................... Other fuel.........................……………………...................................................... No fuel used.....................………………............................................................ 0.7 10 SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS Lacking complete plumbing facilities................................................................................. Lacking complete kitchen facilities................................................................................. No telephone service................................................................................. 4 0.3 Footnotes: - Represents zero or rounds to zero. (X) Not applicable. See http://factfinder.census.gov/metadoc/birthplace.pdf for Place of Birth Code List. 1 This table includes only the foreign-born population; people born in China to a U.S. citizen parent are considered native and are not included in this table. 2 Characteristics for households and families are based on the country of birth of the householder. 3 Table includes: China (207), Hong Kong (209), and the Paracel Islands (232). Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 Special Tabulations (STP-159) Internet Release date: June 9, 2006