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U.S. Department of Commerce
Economics and Statistics Administration
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS

1990 CP-2-42

1990 Census of Population Social and Economic Characteristics

South Carolina

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The Decennial Planning Division, Susan M. Miskura, Chief, coordinated and directed all census operations. Patricia A. Berman, Assistant Division Chief for Content and Data Products, directed the development and implementation of the 1990 Census Tabulation and Publication Program. Other assistant division chiefs were Robert R. Bair, Rachel F. Brown, James L. Dinwiddie, Allan A. Stephenson, and Edwin B. Wagner, Jr. The following branch chiefs made significant contributions: Cheryl R. Landman, Adolfo L. Paez, A. Edward Pike, and William A. Starr. Other important contributors were Linda S. Brudvig, Cindy S. Easton, Avis L. Foote, Carolyn R. Hay, Douglas M. Lee, Gloria J. Porter, and A. Nishea Quash. The Decennial Operations Division, Arnold A. Jackson, Chief, was responsible for processing and tabulating census data. Assistant division chiefs were: Donald R. Dalzell, Kenneth A. Riccini, Billy E. Stark, and James E. Steed. Processing offices were managed by Alfred Cruz, Jr., Earle B. Knapp, Jr., Judith N. Petty, Mark M. Taylor, Russell L. Valentine, Jr., Carol A. Van Horn, and C. Kemble Worley. The following branch chiefs made significant contributions: Jonathan G. Ankers, Sharron S. Baucom, Catharine W. Burt, Vickie L. Cotton, Robert J. Hemmig, George H. McLaughlin, Carol M. Miller, Lorraine D. Neece, Peggy S. Payne, William L. Peil, Cotty A. Smith, Dennis W. Stoudt, and Richard R. Warren. Other important contributors were Eleanor I. Banks, Miriam R. Barton, Danny L. Burkhead, J. Kenneth Butler, Jr., Albert A. Csellar, Donald H. Danbury, Judith A. Dawson, Donald R. Dwyer, Beverly B. Fransen, Katherine H. Gilbert, Lynn A. Hollabaugh, Ellen B. Katzoff, Randy M. Klear, Norman W. Larsen, Peter J. Long, Sue Love, Patricia O. Madson, Mark J. Matsko, John R. Murphy, Dan E. Philipp, Eugene M. Rashlich, Willie T. Robertson, Barbara A. Rosen, Sharon A. Schoch, Imelda B. Severdia, Diane J. Simmons, Emmett F. Spiers, Johanne M. Stovall, M. Lisa Sylla, and Jess D. Thompson. The Housing and Household Economic Statistics Division, Daniel H. Weinberg, Chief, developed the questionnaire content, designed the data tabulations, and reviewed the data for the economic and housing characteristics. Gordon W. Green, Jr., Assistant Division Chief for Economic Characteristics, and Leonard J. Norry, Assistant Division Chief for Housing Characteristics, directed the development of this work. The following branch chiefs made significant contributions: William A. Downs, Peter J. Fronczek, Patricia A. Johnson, Enrique J. Lamas, Charles T. Nelson, and Thomas S. Scopp. Other important contributors were Eleanor F. Baugher, Jeanne C. Benetti, Robert L. Bennefield, Robert W. Bonnette, William S. Chapin, Higinio Feliciano, Timothy S. Grall, Cynthia J. Harpine, Selwyn Jones, Mary C. Kirk, Richard G. Kreinsen, Gordon H. Lester, Mark S. Littman, Wilfred T. Masumura, John M. McNeil, Diane C. Murphy, George F. Patterson, Thomas J. Palumbo, Kirby G. Posey, John Priebe, Anne D. Smoler, and Carmina F. Young. The Population Division, Paula J. Schneider, Chief, developed the questionnaire content, designed the data tabulations, and reviewed the data for the demographic and social characteristics of the population. Philip N. Fulton, Assistant Division Chief for Census Programs, directed the development of this work. Other assistant division chiefs were Nampeo R. McKenney and Arthur J. Norton. The following branch and staff chiefs made significant contributions: Jorge H. del Pinal, Campbell J. Gibson, Roderick J. Harrison, Donald J. Hernandez, Jane H. Ingold, Martin T. O’Connell, Marie Pees, J. Gregory Robinson, Phillip A. Salopek, Paul M. Siegel, Robert C. Speaker, Gregory K. Spencer, and Cynthia M. Taeuber. Other important contributors were Celia G. Boertlein, Rosalind R. Bruno, Janice A. Costanzo, Rosemarie C. Cowan, Arthur R. Cresce, Larry G. Curran, Carmen DeNavas, Robert O. Grymes, Kristin A. Hansen, Mary C. Hawkins, Rodger V. Johnson, Michael J. Levin, Edna L. Paisano, Sherry B. Pollock, Stanley J. Rolark, A. Dianne Schmidley, Denise I. Smith, and Nancy L. Sweet. The Data User Services Division, Gerard C. Iannelli, then Chief, directed the development of data product dissemination and information to increase awareness, understanding, and use of census data. Marie G. Argana, Assistant Chief for Data User Services, directed preparation of electronic data products and their dissemination. Alfonso E. Mirabal, Assistant Chief for Group Information and Advisory Services, directed activities related to the National Services Program, State Data Centers, and preparation of training materials. The following branch chiefs made significant contributions: Deborah D. Barrett, Frederick G. Bohme, Larry W.

Carbaugh, James P. Curry, Samuel H. Johnson, John C. Kavaliunas, and Forrest B. Williams. Other important contributors were Molly Abramowitz, Celestin J. Aguigui, Barbara J. Aldrich, Delores A. Baldwin, Albert R. Barros, Geneva A. Burns, Carmen D. Campbell, James R. Clark, Virginia L. Collins, George H. Dailey, Jr., Barbara L. Hatchl, Theresa C. Johnson, Paul T. Manka, John D. McCall, Jo Ann Norris, David M. Pemberton, Sarabeth Rodriguez, Charles J. Wade, Joyce J. Ware, and Gary M. Young. The Geography Division, Robert W. Marx, Chief, directed and coordinated the census mapping and geographic activities. Jack R. George, Assistant Division Chief for Geoprocessing, directed the planning and development of the TIGER System and related software. Robert A. LaMacchia, Assistant Division Chief for Planning, directed the planning and implementation of processes for defining 1990 census geographic areas. Silla G. Tomasi, Assistant Division Chief for Operations, managed the planning and implementation of 1990 census mapping applications using the TIGER System. The following branch chiefs made significant contributions: Frederick R. Broome, Charles E. Dingman, Linda M. Franz, David E. Galdi, Dan N. Harding, Donald I. Hirschfeld, David B. Meixler, Peter Rosenson, Joel Sobel, Brian Swanhart, and Richard Trois. Other important contributors were Gerard Boudriault, Desmond J. Carron, Anthony W. Costanzo, Paul W. Daisey, Beverly A. Davis, Carl S. Hantman, Christine J. Kinnear, Terence D. McDowell, Linda M. Pike, Rose J. A. Quarato, Lourdes Ramirez, Gavin H. Shaw, Daniel L. Sweeney, Timothy F. Trainor, Phyllis S. Willette, and Walter E. Yergen. The Statistical Support Division, John H. Thompson, Chief, directed the application of mathematical statistical techniques in the design and conduct of the census. John S. Linebarger, Assistant Division Chief for Quality Assurance, directed the development and implementation of operational and software quality assurance. Henry F. Woltman, Assistant Division Chief for Census Design, directed the development and implementation of sample design, disclosure avoidance, weighting, and variance estimation. Howard Hogan and David V. Bateman were contributing assistant division chiefs. The following branch chiefs made significant contributions: Florence H. Abramson, Deborah H. Griffin, Richard A. Griffin, Lawrence I. Iskow, and Michael L. Mersch. Other important contributors were Linda A. Flores-Baez, Larry M. Bates, Somonica L. Green, James E. Hartman, Steven D. Jarvis, Alfredo Navarro, Eric L. Schindler, Carolyn T. Swan, and Glenn D. White. The 1990 Census Redistricting Data Office, Marshall L. Turner, Jr., Chief, assisted by Cathy L. Talbert, directed the development and implementation of the 1990 Census Redistricting Data Program. The Administrative and Publications Services Division, Walter C. Odom, Chief, provided direction for the census administrative services, publications, printing, and graphics functions. Michael G. Garland was a contributing assistant division chief. The following branch and staff chiefs made significant contributions: Bernard E. Baymler, Albert W. Cosner, Gary J. Lauffer, Gerald A. Mann, Clement B. Nettles, Russell Price, and Barbara J. Stanard. Other important contributors were Barbara M. Abbott, Robert J. Brown, David M. Coontz, and John T. Overby. The Data Preparation Division, Joseph S. Harris, Chief, provided management of a multi-operational facility including kit preparation, procurement, warehousing and supply, and census processing activities. Plummer Alston, Jr., and Patricia M. Clark were assistant division chiefs. The Field Division, Stanley D. Matchett, Chief, directed the census data collection and associated field operations. Richard L. Bitzer, Richard F. Blass, Karl K. Kindel, and John W. Marshall were assistant division chiefs. Regional office directors were William F. Adams, John E. Bell, LaVerne Collins, Dwight P. Dean, Arthur G. Dukakis, Sheila H. Grimm, William F. Hill, James F. Holmes, Stanley D. Moore, Marvin L. Postma, John E. Reeder, and Leo C. Schilling. The Personnel Division, David P. Warner, Chief, provided management direction and guidance to the staffing, planning pay systems, and employee relations programs for the census. Colleen A. Woodard was the assistant chief. The Technical Services Division, C. Thomas DiNenna, Chief, designed, developed, deployed, and produced automated technology for census data processing.

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1990 CP-2-42

1990 Census of Population Social and Economic Characteristics

South Carolina

U.S. Department of Commerce Ronald H. Brown, Secretary
Economics and Statistics Administration
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS Harry A. Scarr, Acting Director

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Economics and Statistics Administration

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS Harry A. Scarr, Acting Director
Charles D. Jones, Associate Director for Decennial Census William P. Butz, Associate Director for Demographic Programs Bryant Benton, Associate Director for Field Operations Clifford J. Parker, Acting Associate Director for Administration Peter A. Bounpane, Assistant Director for Decennial Census

For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402.

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CONTENTS

Page List of Statistical Tables ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------How to Use This Census Report ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Table Finding Guide--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------User Notes -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------iv I–1 II–1 III–1

Statistical Tables (For detailed list of statistical tables, see page iv.) ---------------------------------------------------

1

APPENDIXES A. B. C. D. E. F. G. Area Classifications ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Definitions of Subject Characteristics ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------Accuracy of the Data---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Collection and Processing Procedures--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Facsimiles of Respondent Instructions and Questionnaire Pages --------------------------------------------------Data Products and User Assistance ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Maps --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------A–1 B–1 C–1 D–1 E–1 F–1 G–1

CONTENTS

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LIST OF STATISTICAL TABLES
[An asterisk (* ) indicates that the table was omitted because there were no qualifying geographic area(s) or population group(s)]

Table 1. Summary of Social Characteristics: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons] Summary of Labor Force and Commuting Characteristics: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons] Summary of Occupation, Income, and Poverty Characteristics: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons] Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 County Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons] Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for White Persons and for Households and Families with a White Householder: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]

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Table 9. Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for Black Persons and for Households and Families with a Black Householder: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]

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2.

4 10.

3.

7

Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons and for Households and Families with an American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Householder: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]

38

11. 10

4.

5.

11

6. 7.

12 17

Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for Asian or Pacific Islander Persons and for Households and Families with an Asian or Pacific Islander Householder: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]

39

12.

8.

32

Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for Hispanic Origin Persons and for Households and Families with an Hispanic Origin Householder: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]

40

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Table 13. Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons and for Households and Families with a White, Not of Hispanic Origin Householder: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons] Summary of Social Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area Summary of Labor Force and Commuting Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area Summary of Occupation, Income, and Poverty Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area Ancestry: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Nativity, Area of Spoken State Urban Citizenship, Year of Entry, Birth, and Language at Home: 1990 and Rural and Size of Place

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Table 23. Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Veteran Status: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Labor Force Characteristics: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Occupation of Employed Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Industry of Employed Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Class of Worker, Work Status in 1989, and Last Occupation of Experienced Unemployed: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Ancestry: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Nativity, Citizenship, Year of Entry, Area of Birth, and Language Spoken at Home: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Place of Birth of Foreign-Born Persons: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Age, Sex, Ability to Speak English, and Disability: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area

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24.

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25.

55

14.

26.

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44 27.

15.

57

45

28.

58

16.

29. 46 47 30.

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17.

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18.

48

31.

61

19.

Place of Birth of Foreign-Born Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Age, Sex, Ability to Speak English, and Disability: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Fertility and Household and Family Composition: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place School Enrollment and Educational Attainment: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place

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32.

62

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50 33. 51 34. 52

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22.

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Table 35. Fertility and Household and Family Composition: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area School Enrollment and Educational Attainment: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Veteran Status: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Labor Force Characteristics: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Occupation of Employed Persons: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Industry of Employed Persons: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Class of Worker, Work Status in 1989, and Last Occupation of Experienced Unemployed: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990 State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Age, Sex, Ability to Speak English, and Disability by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State

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Table 46. Fertility and Household and Family Composition by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State School Enrollment and Educational Attainment by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Veteran Status by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Labor Force Characteristics by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Occupation of Employed Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Industry of Employed Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Class of Worker, Work Status in 1989, and Last Occupation of Experienced Unemployed by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of White Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of Black Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area

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47. 66 48. 67 49. 68 50.

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81

52. 70

40.

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Table 58. Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of White Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of Black Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area

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Table 66. 88 Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of White Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Black Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area

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67. 89

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69. 91

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70. 92

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Table 74. Labor Force Characteristics of White Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Labor Force Characteristics of Black Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Labor Force Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Labor Force Characteristics of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Labor Force Characteristics of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Labor Force Characteristics of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of White Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of Black Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area

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Table 82. Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Occupation of Employed White Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Occupation of Employed Black Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Occupation of Employed American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Occupation of Employed Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area

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106 84.

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Table 90. Occupation of Employed Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Occupation of Employed White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Income in 1989 of White Households, Families, and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Income in 1989 of Black Households, Families, and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Income in 1989 of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Households, Families, and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Income in 1989 of Asian or Pacific Islander Households, Families, and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Income in 1989 of Hispanic Origin Households, Families, and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Income in 1989 of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Households, Families, and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Poverty Status in 1989 of White Families and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area

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Table 99. Poverty Status in 1989 of Black Families and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Poverty Status in 1989 of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Families and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Poverty Status in 1989 of Asian or Pacific Islander Families and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Poverty Status in 1989 of Hispanic Origin Families and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Poverty Status in 1989 of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Families and Persons: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Selected Characteristics of White Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Selected Characteristics of Black Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Selected Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area

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Table 107. Selected Characteristics of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Selected Characteristics of Hispanic Origin Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Selected Characteristics of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990 State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 State Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 State Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Employed Persons for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 State Labor Force Characteristics for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 State Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 State Occupation of Employed Persons for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 State Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 State Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 State Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 State

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Table 119. Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 State Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 State Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Employed Persons for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 State Labor Force Characteristics for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 State Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 State Occupation of Employed Persons for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 State Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 State Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 State Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 State Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition for Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability for Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Employed Persons for Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Labor Force Characteristics for Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State

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Table 132. Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status for Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Occupation of Employed Persons for Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons for Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons for Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over for Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 State Ancestry: 1990 County Nativity, Citizenship, Year of Entry, Area of Birth, and Language Spoken at Home: 1990 County Place of Birth of Foreign-Born Persons: 1990 County Age, Sex, Ability to Speak English, and Disability: 1990 County Fertility and Household and Family Composition: 1990 County School Enrollment and Educational Attainment: 1990 County Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Veteran Status: 1990 County Labor Force Characteristics: 1990 County Occupation of Employed Persons: 1990 County Industry of Employed Persons: 1990 County

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Table 147. Class of Worker, Work Status in 1989, and Last Occupation of Experienced Unemployed: 1990 County Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons: 1990 County Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons: 1990 County Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990 County Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 County Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 County Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Employed Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 County Labor Force Characteristics by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 County Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 County Occupation of Employed Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 County Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 County Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 County Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 County Social Characteristics for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 County Labor Force Characteristics for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 County

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180 148. 181 149. 182 150.

235

133.

240

134.

245

250

135.

183

151.

255

136.

184 185

152.

267

137. 138.

153.

279

190

154.

291

139.

195

155.

303

140.

200

156.

315

141.

205

157.

142.

327

210 158. 215 159. 220

143.

339

144. 145.

351

225

160.

363

146.

161. 230

364

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Table 162. Income and Poverty Status in 1989 for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 County Social Characteristics for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 County Labor Force Characteristics for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 County Income and Poverty Status in 1989 for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 County Ancestry: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Nativity, Citizenship, Year of Entry, Area of Birth, and Language Spoken at Home: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Place of Birth of Foreign-Born Persons: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Age, Sex, Ability to Speak English, and Disability: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Fertility and Household and Family Composition: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] School Enrollment and Educational Attainment: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Veteran Status: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Labor Force Characteristics: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons]

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Table 174. Occupation of Employed Persons: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Industry of Employed Persons: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Class of Worker, Work Status in 1989, and Last Occupation of Experienced Unemployed: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over, by Age: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Employed Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons]

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163.

366 175. 367

164.

405

165.

176. 368 369

409

166.

177. 373

167.

413

178. 377

168.

417

169.

179. 381

421

170.

385

180.

425

171.

389 181. 434

172.

393 182. 397

173.

443

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Table 183. Labor Force Characteristics by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Occupation of Employed Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over by Age by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Social Characteristics for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Labor Force Characteristics for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Income and Poverty Status in 1989 for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons]

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Table 193. Labor Force Characteristics for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Income and Poverty Status in 1989 for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [10,000 or More Persons] Ancestry, Nativity, Citizenship, Year of Entry, Area of Birth, and Language Spoken at Home: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Employed Persons: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Labor Force Characteristics: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Occupation of Employed Persons: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons]

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184.

194. 461

*

185.

195. 470

510

186.

196. 479

521

197.

187.

532

488 198.

543

188.

497 199.

554

189.

506

200.

565

190.

507

201.

576

191.

508

202.

587

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192.

203. *

598

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Table 204. Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Social Characteristics by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Labor Force Characteristics by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Income and Poverty Status in 1989 by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Social Characteristics for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Labor Force Characteristics for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Income and Poverty Status in 1989 for Selected Racial Groups: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Social Characteristics for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Labor Force Characteristics for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons] Income and Poverty Status in 1989 for Selected Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990 Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999 Persons]

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Table 214. Race and Hispanic Origin for the Rural Portions of Counties: 1990 State County Social Characteristics for the Rural Portions of Counties: 1990 State County Geographic Mobility, Disability, Labor Force Characteristics, and Industry for the Rural Portions of Counties: 1990 State County Class of Worker, Occupation, and Income and Poverty Status in 1989 for the Rural Portions of Counties: 1990 State County Race and Hispanic Origin for the Rural Farm Portions of Counties: 1990 State County Social Characteristics for the Rural Farm Portions of Counties: 1990 State County Geographic Mobility, Disability, Labor Force Characteristics, and Industry for Rural Farm Portions of Counties: 1990 State County Class of Worker, Occupation, and Income and Poverty Status in 1989 for the Rural Farm Portions of Counties: 1990 State County Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area

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215. 620 216. 631

205.

655

206.

660

217. 642

207.

665

208.

218. *

670

209.

219. * 220. *

671

210.

676

211.

221. *

681

212.

222. *

686

213.

223. *

687

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Table 224. Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Employed Persons for American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area Labor Force Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area Occupation of Employed American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area Income in 1989 of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Households, Families, and Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area Poverty Status in 1989 of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Families and Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area

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Table 230. Selected Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons 60 Years and Over for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area Characteristics Before and After Allocation: 1990 State Allocation of Selected Characteristics: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons] Allocation of Selected Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area Percent of Persons in Sample: 1990 State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons] Percent of Persons in Sample for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990 American Indian Area

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688 231.

694

225.

695

689

232.

699

226.

690 233.

227.

691 234.

702 703

228.

692

229.

235. 693

705

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CONTENTS
Contents of the Appendixes - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I–3 Graphics - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I–3 How to Find Geographic Areas and Subject-Matter Data - - - - - - I–1 How to Use the Statistical Tables - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I–2 User Notes - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I–3

HOW TO FIND GEOGRAPHIC AREAS AND SUBJECT-MATTER DATA
This report includes a table finding guide to assist the user in locating those statistical tables that contain the data that are needed. The table finding guide lists alphabetically, by geographic area, the subjects shown in this report. To determine which tables in this report show data for a particular topic, find the subject in the left-hand column of the table finding guide and then look across the columns using the headings at the top for the desired type of geographic area. Below is an example of a table finding guide.

INTRODUCTION
Data from the 1990 census are presented in several different report series. These series are published under the following three subject titles: 1. 1990 Census of Population (1990 CP) 2. 1990 Census of Housing (1990 CH) 3. 1990 Census of Population and Housing (1990 CPH) The types of data and the geographic areas shown in reports differ from one series to another. In most series, there is one report for each State, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands of the United States (Virgin Islands), plus a United States summary report. Some series include reports for American Indian and Alaska Native areas, metropolitan areas, and urbanized areas. See appendix F for detailed information about the various report series; additional 1990 census data products such as computer tapes, microfiche, and laser disks; other related materials; and sources of assistance. The data from the 1990 census were derived from a limited number of basic questions asked of the entire population and about every housing unit (referred to as the 100-percent questions), and from additional questions asked of a sample of the population and housing units (referred to as the sample questions). Two primary versions of questionnaires were used: a short form containing only the 100-percent questions and a long form containing both the 100-percent questions and the additional sample questions. Appendix E presents facsimiles of the questionnaire pages and the respondent instructions used to collect the data included in this report. Appendix F lists the subjects that are covered by the 100-percent and sample components of the 1990 census. Legal provision for this census, which was conducted as of April 1, 1990, was made in the Act of Congress of August 31, 1954 (amended August 1957, December 1975, and October 1976), which is codified in Title 13, United States Code.

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Tables identified in the table finding guide with a reference letter in parentheses after the table number present characteristics for racial groups or persons of Hispanic origin. The tables without reference letters contain data for the total population only. The table finding guide does not include cross-classifications of subject-matter items, nor does it distinguish among tables presenting data for all persons or housing units and tables presenting data for subgroups (for example, persons under 18 years or renteroccupied housing units) unless it is necessary to locate the subject. Additional information to locate data within specific reports often is provided in the headnote at the top of the table finding guide and in the footnotes at the bottom of the guide.

HOW TO USE THE STATISTICAL TABLES Parts of a Statistical Table
The census data included in printed reports are arranged in tables. Each table includes four major parts: (1) heading, (2) boxhead, (3) stub, and (4) data field. A typical census report table is illustrated below.

table within the report, while the title is a brief statement indicating the classification, nature, and time reference of the data presented in the table. The headnote is enclosed in brackets and is located under the title. It contains statements that qualify, explain, or provide information pertaining to the entire table. In some tables showing racial and Hispanic origin groups, the headnote includes information that data are presented only when certain populationsize criteria (thresholds) are met. (For more information on thresholds, see the ‘‘User Notes’’ section.) The boxhead is under the heading. This portion of the table, which contains the individual column heads or captions, describes the data in each vertical column. In the boxhead of many tables, a spanner appears across and above two or more column heads or across two or more lower spanners. The purpose of a spanner is to classify or qualify items below it or separate the table into identifiable blocks in terms of major aspects of the data. The stub is located at the left edge of the table. It includes a listing of line or row captions or descriptions. At the top of the stub is the stubhead. The stubhead is considered to be an extension of the table title and usually shows generic geographic area designations and restrictions. In the stub, several features are used to help the user better understand the contents of the table. Usually, a block of data lines is preceded by a sidehead. The sidehead, similar to a spanner, describes and classifies the stub entries following it. The use of indentation in a stub indicates the relationship of one data line to another. Indented data lines represent subcategories that in most instances, sum to a total. Occasionally in tables, it is desirable to show one or more single-line subcategories that do not sum to the total. The unit of measure, such as dollars, is shown when it is not clear from the general wording of the data line. The data field is that part of the table that contains the data. It extends from the bottom of the boxhead to the bottom of the table and from the right of the stub to the right-hand edge of the page. Both geographic and subject-matter terms appear in tables. It is important to read the definitions of the terms used in the tables because census terms often are defined in special ways that reflect the manner in which the questions were asked and the data were tabulated. Definitions of geographic terms are provided in appendix A. Subject-matter terms are defined in appendix B.

Symbols and Geographic Abbreviations
The following symbols are used in the tables and explanations of subjects covered in this report: • A dash ‘‘-’’ represents zero or a percent that rounds to less than 0.1. • Three dots ‘‘...’’ mean not applicable. The heading consists of the table number, title, and headnote. The table number indicates the position of the I–2 • (NA) means not available.

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• The prefix ‘‘r’’ indicates that the count has been revised since publication of 1980 reports or that the area was erroneously omitted or not shown in the correct geographic relationship in the 1980 census reports. This symbol appears only in the 1990 CPH-2, Population and Housing Unit Counts reports. • A dagger ‘‘†’’ next to the name of a geographic area indicates that there has been a geographic change(s) (for example, an annexation or detachment, a new incorporation, or a name change) since the information published for the 1980 census for that area. This symbol appears only in the 1990 CPH-2, Population and Housing Unit Counts reports. The geographic change information for the entities in a State is shown in the ‘‘User Notes’’ section of 1990 CPH-2, Population and Housing Unit Counts report, for that State. The information for all States appears in the ‘‘User Notes’’ section of the technical documentation for Summary Tape Files 1 and 3. • A plus sign ‘‘+ ’’ or a minus sign ‘‘–’’ following a figure denotes that the median falls in the initial or terminal category of an open-ended distribution. (For more information on medians, see the discussion under ‘‘Derived Measures’’ in appendix B.) • A minus sign ‘‘–’’ preceding a figure denotes decrease. The following geographic abbreviations are used in the tables and explanations of subjects covered in this report: • A ‘‘(pt.)’’ next to the name of a geographic area in a hierarchical presentation indicates that the geographic entity is only partially located in the superior geographic entity. For example, a ‘‘(pt.)’’ next to a place name in a county subdivision-place hierarchy indicates that the place is located in more than one county subdivision. (Places also may be ‘‘split’’ by county, congressional district, urban/ rural, metropolitan area, voting district, and other geographic boundaries, depending on the presentation.) Other geographic entities also can be‘‘split’’ by a higher-level entity. The exception is a tabulation block, which is unique within all geographic entities in census products. • BG is block group. • BNA is block numbering area. • CDP is census designated place. • CMSA is consolidated metropolitan statistical area. • MA is metropolitan area. • MSA is metropolitan statistical area. • PMSA is primary metropolitan statistical area. • TDSA is tribal designated statistical area. • TJSA is tribal jurisdiction statistical area. • unorg. is unorganized territory. HOW TO USE THIS CENSUS REPORT

• VTD is voting district. Census tables often include derived measures such as medians, means, percents, and ratios. More detailed information about derived measures is provided in appendix B.

GRAPHICS
Charts, statistical maps, and other graphic summaries are included in some 1990 census reports. If graphics are shown in a report, they are presented immediately after the ‘‘User Notes’’ section.

USER NOTES
User notes include corrections, errata, and related explanatory information. This section appears directly before the statistical tables in census reports unless graphics are shown. It presents information about unique characteristics of the report and changes or corrections made too late to be reflected in the text or tables themselves.

CONTENTS OF THE APPENDIXES
Appendix A—Provides definitions of the types of geographic areas and related information used in census reports. Appendix B—Contains definitions for the subject-matter items used in census reports, including explanations of derived measures, limitations of the data, and comparability with previous censuses. The subjects are listed alphabetically. In reports that contain both population and housing characteristics, the population characteristics are described first, followed by the explanations of the housing subjects. Appendix C—Provides information on confidentiality of the data, allocations and substitutions, and sources of errors in the data. Appendix D—Explains the residence rules used in counting the population and housing units, presents a brief overview of data collection operations, and describes processing procedures used to convert data from unedited questionnaires to final 1990 publications and tapes. This appendix also clarifies the procedures used to collect data for persons abroad at the time of the census, where persons on military bases or away at school were counted, how data were collected for persons in institutions, and which citizens of foreign countries were included in the U.S. data. Appendix E—Presents a facsimile of the 1990 census questionnaire pages and the respondent instructions used to collect the data in this report. I–3

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Appendix F—Summarizes the 1990 census data products program by describing the information available in printed reports and in other sources, such as microfiche or computer tape; and provides information on where to obtain assistance.

Appendix G—Contains maps depicting the geographic areas shown in this report.

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TABLE FINDING GUIDE
Subjects by Type of Geographic Area and Table Number
Subjects covered in this report are shown on the left side, and types of geographic areas are shown at the top. For definitions of area classifications, see appendix A. For definitions and explanations of subject characteristics, see appendix B. Race and Hispanic origin are indicated with reference letters in parentheses after the table numbers. When a range of table numbers is shown together with a reference letter, there is one table for each race and Hispanic group. Reference letters for population counts and characteristics by race and Hispanic origin are: (A) (B) (C) (D) White; Black; American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut; Asian or Pacific Islander; Hispanic origin; White, not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, Aleut, All Asian, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Asian Indian, Korean, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Hmong, Laotian, Thai; All Pacific Islander, Hawaiian, Samoan, Guamanian Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Other Hispanic origin, Dominican, Central American, Costa Rican, Guatemalan, Honduran, Nicaraguan, Panamanian, Salvadoran, South American, Argentinean, Chilean, Colombian, Ecuadorian, Peruvian, Venezuelan, All other Hispanic origin Race by Hispanic origin Place and (in selected States) county subdivision1

The State

County

Subject

Total SUMMARY CHARACTERISTICS . . . . . . POPULATION COUNTS BY RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . SOCIAL CHARACTERISTICS Age. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20, 34, 45(A), 110(B), 119(C), 128(D) 17, 31 20, 34, 45(A), 111(B), 120(C), 129(D)

Urban, rural, size of place, and rural farm

Inside and outside metropolitan area

Total

Rural or rural farm

10,000 or more

2,500 to 9,999

American Indian and Alaska Native area2 14-16 ...

1-3, 8-13(A) 1-3, 8-13(A) 1-3, 8-13(A) 1-3, 8-13(A) 4-5(A-D) 4(A-D) 5(A-D) 6(A-D)

... 1-3, 8-13(A) 1-3, 8-13(A) 214(A), 218(A) 7(A-D) 7(A-D)

20, 56-61(A) 17 20, 62-67(A)

34, 140, 151(A) 56-61(A) 31 137

215, 219 169, 180(A)

196

222

Ancestry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Disability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

...

166

195 197

... 223

34, 140, 152(A) 62-67(A)

216, 220 169, 181(A)

Education: School enrollment and type of school, educational attainment . . . 22, 36, 47(A), 111(B), 120(C), 129(D) 21, 35, 46(A), 110(B), 119(C), 128(D) 22, 62-67(A) 36, 62-67(A) 142, 152(A), 160(B), 163(C) 141, 151(A), 160(B), 163(C) 215, 219 171, 181(A), 189(B), 192(C) 170, 180(A), 189(B), 192(C) 197, 205(A), 208(B), 211(C) 196, 205(A), 208(B), 211(C) 223

Fertility (children ever born) . . . . . . . . .

21, 56-61(A)

35, 56-61(A)

215, 219

222

Household and family characteristics: Household type and relationship . . . 21, 35, 46(A), 110(B), 119(C), 128(D) 21, 35, 46(A), 110(B), 119(C), 128(D) 21, 35, 46(A), 110(B), 119(C), 128(D) 21, 56-61(A) 35, 141, 151(A) 56-61(A) 215, 219 170, 180(A) 196 222

Selected living arrangements, unmarried partner households . . . .

21, 56-61(A)

35, 141, 151(A) 56-61(A)

... 170, 180(A)

196

222

Family type by presence of own children . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

21, 56-61(A)

35, 56-61(A)

141, 151(A), 160(B), 163(C)

215, 219

170, 180(A), 189(B), 192(C)

196, 205(A), 208(B), 211(C)

222

Language: Language spoken at home (detailed list) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Language spoken at home by ability to speak English. . . . . . . . . . . See footnotes at end of table. 18, 32 18, 32 18 18 32 32 138 138 ... ... 167 167 ... 195 ... ...

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Subjects by Type of Geographic Area and Table Number—Con.
Subjects covered in this report are shown on the left side, and types of geographic areas are shown at the top. For definitions of area classifications, see appendix A. For definitions and explanations of subject characteristics, see appendix B. Race and Hispanic origin are indicated with reference letters in parentheses after the table numbers. When a range of table numbers is shown together with a reference letter, there is one table for each race and Hispanic group. Reference letters for population counts and characteristics by race and Hispanic origin are: (A) (B) (C) (D) White; Black; American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut; Asian or Pacific Islander; Hispanic origin; White, not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, Aleut, All Asian, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Asian Indian, Korean, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Hmong, Laotian, Thai; All Pacific Islander, Hawaiian, Samoan, Guamanian Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Other Hispanic origin, Dominican, Central American, Costa Rican, Guatemalan, Honduran, Nicaraguan, Panamanian, Salvadoran, South American, Argentinean, Chilean, Colombian, Ecuadorian, Peruvian, Venezuelan, All other Hispanic origin Race by Hispanic origin Place and (in selected States) county subdivision1

The State

County

Subject

Total SOCIAL CHARACTERISTICS —Con. Language:—Con. Ability to speak English by age, in households . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20, 34, 45(A), 111(B), 120(C), 129(D)

Urban, rural, size of place, and rural farm

Inside and outside metropolitan area

Total

Rural or rural farm

10,000 or more

2,500 to 9,999

American Indian and Alaska Native area2

20, 62-67(A)

34, 62-67(A)

140, 152(A), 160(B), 163(C)

215, 219

169, 181(A), 189(B), 192(C)

197, 205(A), 208(B), 211(C)

223

Nativity, citizenship, year of entry, and birthplace of foreign born: Nativity, citizenship, year of entry, area of birth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Birthplace of the foreign born . . . . . . Older population (60 years and over): Living arrangements, educational attainment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30, 44, 55(A), 118(B), 127(C), 136(D) 23, 37, 48(A), 112(B), 121(C), 130(D) 23, 37, 48(A), 112(B), 121(C), 130(D) 23, 37, 48(A), 114(B), 123(C), 132(D) 30, 104-109(A) 23, 68-73(A) 44, 150, 159(A) 104-109(A) 37, 68-73(A) 143, 153(A), 160(B), 163(C) 143, 153(A), 160(B), 163(C) ... 179, 188(A) 204 230 18, 32 19, 33 18 19 32 33 138 139 ... ... 167 168 195 ... ... ...

Place of birth and nativity . . . . . . . . . . .

216, 220

172, 182(A), 189(B), 192(C) 172, 182(A), 189(B), 192(C)

198, 205(A), 208(B), 211(C) 198, 205(A), 208(B), 211(C) 200

224

Residence in 1985 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

23, 68-73(A)

37, 68-73(A)

216, 220

224

Veteran status, period of service . . . . .

23, 80-85(A)

37, 143, 155(A) 80-85(A)

... 172, 184(A)

226

ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS Class of worker, workers in family in 1989. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27, 41, 52(A), 114(B), 123(C), 132(D) 27, 80-85(A) 41, 80-85(A) 147, 155(A), 161(B), 164(C) 217, 221 176, 184(A), 190(B), 193(C) 200, 206(A), 209(B), 212(C) 226

Commuting: Means of transportation and carpooling, travel time to work . . . . 23, 37, 48(A), 112(B), 121(C), 130(D) 23, 37, 48(A), 112(B), 121(C), 130(D) 23, 68-73(A) ... 37, 143, 153(A) 68-73(A) ... 143, 153(A) 216, 220 172, 182(A) 198 224

Place of work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

216, 220 172, 182(A)

198

224

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Subjects by Type of Geographic Area and Table Number—Con.
Subjects covered in this report are shown on the left side, and types of geographic areas are shown at the top. For definitions of area classifications, see appendix A. For definitions and explanations of subject characteristics, see appendix B. Race and Hispanic origin are indicated with reference letters in parentheses after the table numbers. When a range of table numbers is shown together with a reference letter, there is one table for each race and Hispanic group. Reference letters for population counts and characteristics by race and Hispanic origin are: (A) (B) (C) (D) White; Black; American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut; Asian or Pacific Islander; Hispanic origin; White, not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, Aleut, All Asian, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Asian Indian, Korean, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Hmong, Laotian, Thai; All Pacific Islander, Hawaiian, Samoan, Guamanian Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Other Hispanic origin, Dominican, Central American, Costa Rican, Guatemalan, Honduran, Nicaraguan, Panamanian, Salvadoran, South American, Argentinean, Chilean, Colombian, Ecuadorian, Peruvian, Venezuelan, All other Hispanic origin Race by Hispanic origin Place and (in selected States) county subdivision1

The State

County

Subject

Total ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS —Con. Income: Income in 1989, median income in 1989 by selected characteristics, income type in 1989 . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Urban, rural, size of place, and rural farm

Inside and outside metropolitan area

Total

Rural or rural farm

10,000 or more

2,500 to 9,999

American Indian and Alaska Native area2

28, 42, 53(A), 116(B), 125(C), 134(D) 26, 40, 51(A), 112(B), 121(C), 130(D)

28, 92-97(A)

42, 92-97(A)

148, 157(A), 162(B), 165(C) 146, 153(A), 161(B), 164(C)

217, 221

177, 186(A), 191(B), 194(C) 175, 182(A), 190(B), 193(C)

202, 207(A), 210(B), 213(C) 198, 206(A), 209(B), 212(C)

228

Industry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

26, 68-73(A)

40, 68-73(A)

216, 220

224

Labor force: Labor force status, presence of own children . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24, 38, 49(A), 113(B), 122(C), 131(D) 24, 74-79(A) 38, 74-79(A) 144, 154(A), 161(B), 164(C) 216, 220 173, 183(A), 190(B), 193(C) 199, 206(A), 209(B), 212(C) 200 225

Labor force status of family members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

21, 35, 46(A), 114(B), 123(C), 132(D) 22, 36, 47(A), 114(B), 123(C), 132(D) 25, 39, 50(A), 115(B), 124(C), 133(D)

21, 80-85(A)

35, 141, 155(A) 80-85(A)

... 170, 184(A)

226

School enrollment and labor force status. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

22, 80-85(A) 25, 86-91(A)

36, 142, 155(A) 80-85(A) 39, 86-91(A) 145, 156(A), 161(B), 164(C) 147

216, 220 171, 184(A)

200

226

Occupation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

217, 221

174, 185(A), 190(B), 193(C) 176

201, 206(A), 209(B), 212(C) ...

227

Last occupation of experienced unemployed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Older population (60 years and over): Income in 1989, poverty status in 1989 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Poverty status: All income levels in 1989, income in 1989 below the poverty level . . .

27, 41, 52(A)

27

41

...

...

30, 44, 55(A), 118(B), 127(C), 136(D)

30, 104-109(A)

44, 150, 159(A) 104-109(A)

... 179, 188(A)

204

230

29, 43, 54(A), 117(B), 126(C), 135(D) 27, 41, 52(A), 114(B), 123(C), 132(D)

29, 98-103(A)

43, 98-103(A)

149, 158(A), 162(B), 165(C) 147, 155(A), 161(B), 164(C)

217, 221

178, 187(A), 191(B), 194(C) 176, 184(A), 190(B), 193(C)

203, 207(A), 210(B), 213(C) 200, 206(A), 209(B), 212(C)

229

Work status in 1989 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

27, 80-85(A)

41, 80-85(A)

216, 220

226

... Not applicable for this report.
1 The selected States are: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Wisconsin. 2 Characteristics are shown only for the American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut households.

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USER NOTES

Additional information concerning this 1990 census product may be available at a later date. If you wish to receive these User Notes, contact: Data User Services Division Customer Services Bureau of the Census Washington, DC 20233 301-763-4100 Questions concerning the content of this report may be directed to: Population Division Bureau of the Census Washington, DC 20233

User Note 2
The user should note that there are limitations to many of these data. Please refer to the text provided with this report for further explanations on the limitations of the data.

User Note 3
The estimated population totals for persons in group quarters, specifically by group quarters type, that are based on census sample tabulations may differ from comparable figures shown in 100-percent tabulations. Such differences result, in part, from sampling variability which occurs because information was obtained from a sample of the population rather than from all persons. Differences also occur because of nonsampling errors which affect the 100-percent and sample data. Examples of nonsampling errors include respondent and enumerator errors, processing errors, and nonresponse. The 100-percent data are the official counts and should be used as the source for data on group quarters type when the primary focus is on counts of the population in group quarters, especially for small areas such as census tracts/ BNA’s or blocks. When the group quarters population is shown by characteristics covered only on a sample basis (for example, education, labor force status, income, etc.), the sample figures should be used within the context of the sampling variability associated with them. For more information on the limitations of 100-percent and sample data for persons in group quarters and the classification of group quarters type, see appendix B. Reasons for the differences between 100-percent and sample totals will be an important focus of post-census research and evaluation.

ADDITIONAL DEFINITIONS AND EXPLANATIONS OF DATA GENERAL User Note 1
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 on 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 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 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 NOTES

User Note 4
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 tabulations are based on information from a sample of households rather than from all households (sampling error). Differences also can occur because the interview situation (length of questionnaire, effect of the interviewer, III–1

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etc.) and the processing rules differ between the 100percent and sample tabulations. These types of differences are referred to as nonsampling errors. (For more information on nonsampling error, see appendix C.) The 100-percent data are the official counts and should be used as the source of information on population and housing items collected on the 100-percent questionnaire, such as age, race, Hispanic origin, number of rooms, and tenure. This is especially appropriate when the primary focus is on counts of the population or housing units for small areas such as census tracts/ BNA’s, 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, sex, 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 population and total housing units for most geographic areas. At the State level and higher geographic levels, sample estimates and 100-percent counts for population by age, sex, race, 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/ BNA, 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 age, sex, race, 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 (such as means and medians) 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 in previous censuses, the Census Bureau will evaluate the quality of the data and make this information available to data users. In the meanwhile, both 100percent and sample data serve very important purposes and, therefore, should be used within the limitations of the sampling and nonsampling errors.

User Note 5
Thresholds and Complementary Thresholds—To show characteristics for a large number of racial and Hispanic groups and to avoid using a large number of pages to show characteristics for small population groups, population thresholds are used in some tables in this report. Also, complementary population thresholds are used in some tables to avoid showing largely repetitive data for the White population and for the White, not of Hispanic origin population. Specifically, complementary thresholds are used to limit the presentation of characteristics for the White population when the population of races other than White is small and for the White, not of Hispanic origin population when the Hispanic origin population is small. For example, assume that the threshold and complementary threshold are 1,000 in a table showing data by race and Hispanic origin for counties. The threshold of 1,000 applies to each group, and in addition, the complementary threshold of 1,000 applies to White and to White, not of Hispanic origin. Figure 1, shown on the next page, illustrates how the threshold and complementary threshold for race and Hispanic origin apply for a hypothetical county. (For simplicity, it is assumed that the ‘‘Other race’’ population of the county is zero because characteristics are not shown for the ‘‘Other race’’ population below the State level.) Thresholds are calculated for each race and

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Figure 1. Thresholds and Complementary Thresholds
Race and Hispanic origin All persons White Population 15,300 13,800 Characteristics shown Yes Yes Reason Threshold does not apply to total population. Threshold and complementary threshold apply. There are 1,000 or more White persons, and there are 1,000 or more persons of races other than White. Threshold applies. There are 1,000 or more Black persons. Threshold applies. There are fewer than 1,000 American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut persons. Threshold applies. There are fewer than 1,000 Asian or Pacific Islander persons. Threshold applies. There are fewer than 1,000 Hispanic persons. Threshold and complementary threshold apply. There are 1,000 or more White, not of Hispanic origin persons, but there are fewer than 1,000 Hispanic origin persons.

Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin (of any race) White, not of Hispanic origin

1,100 100 300 300 13,500

Yes No No No No

Hispanic origin population subgroup as shown in figure 2 below. (For more information on the race and Hispanic origin categories, see appendix B.) The Census Bureau provides data in greater subjectmatter and geographic detail on summary tape files (STF’s) than in printed reports. Each printed report is derived from a specific summary tape file. For data not shown in a report because of the application of thresholds or complementary thresholds, see the corresponding summary tape file. For more information on computer tapes and other data products, see appendix F.

User Note 6
The Hispanic origin groups included in the category, ‘‘All other Hispanic origin,’’ may vary among some data products. Persons of Hispanic origin are those who classified Figure 2. Race and Hispanic Population Subgroups
Race White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander All Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai All Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Hispanic origin Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan All other Hispanic origin

themselves in one of the specific Hispanic origin groups listed on the census questionnaire—‘‘Mexican,’’ ‘‘Puerto Rican,’’ ‘‘Cuban,’’ or ‘‘other Spanish/ Hispanic’’ origin. In the tables of this report, the category, ‘‘All other Hispanic origin’’ includes only those persons who reported ‘‘other Spanish/ Hispanic,’’ and are not included in the specific groups listed under ‘‘Other Hispanic.’’ In other selected data products, ‘‘All other Hispanic origin’’ is a residual category that includes all persons who reported any Hispanic origin group but were not tabulated in any of the Hispanic origin groups listed in the table. (For more information on Hispanic origin categories, see appendix B.)

User Note 7
A processing error in Summary Tape File 4 affected the data in tables 13, 54, 55, 103, 109, 135, 136, 158, 159, 187, 188, and 207 in this report. This error affected selected income and poverty characteristics for the ‘‘not of Hispanic population by race.’’ Corrected data will be produced at a later date. For more information, contact the Income Statistics Branch on 301-763-8576 or the Poverty and Wealth Statistics Branch on 301-763-8578.

User Note 8
In this report, counties containing no rural population are shown in tables 214 through 217 but are excluded from tables 218 through 221, showing rural farm. However, for counties with rural population and no farm population, the counties are shown in tables 218 through 221, with a dash ‘‘–’’ to represent zero for the corresponding data lines.

User Note 9
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User Note 10
Tables that do not apply threshold or complementary threshold for racial and Hispanic origin groups include places and county subdivisions based on the 100-percent population counts for each place and county subdivision. Tables that apply threshold or complementary threshold for racial and Hispanic origin groups include places and county subdivisions based on the sample population counts for each place and county subdivision.

single ancestry are counted only once and a second ancestry is not tabulated. For more information, see the discussion under ‘‘Ancestry’’ in appendix B.

User Note 12
In tables 217 and 221, the occupation data for the line that reads ‘‘Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers’’ for employed females 16 years and over were tallied incorrectly. The data were tallied for all employed persons 16 years and over.

User Note 11
The data shown for ‘‘Total ancestries reported’’ is twice the number shown for the total population. The count for total ancestries reported includes two ancestries for each person. For example, if a person reported a multiple ancestry such as ‘‘German and Irish,’’ that response was counted twice in the tabulations—once in the ‘‘German’’ category and again in the ‘‘Irish’’ category. Also, for a person reporting only a single ancestry, the person was tabulated twice—once for the reported ancestry and again in the ‘‘Other ancestry’’ category. The count for ‘‘Total ancestries reported’’ for comparable geographic areas may differ among census data products since, in some products, persons who reported a

GEOGRAPHIC NAMES AND PRESENTATION GENERAL User Note 1
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.

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Table 1.

Summary of Social Characteristics: 1990
All persons Persons 5 years and over Percent who speak a language other than English at home Persons enrolled in elementary or high school Percent in private school 6.7 Persons 16 to 19 years Percent not enrolled in school and not high school graduate 11.7 Persons 25 years and over

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
The State

Total 3 486 703

Percent foreign born 1.4

Foreign born persons Percent entered 1980 to 1990 36.3

Native persons Percent born in State of residence 69.4

Percent living in different house in 1985 44.4

Percent living in different State or abroad in 1985 13.3

Total 3.5

And do not speak English " very well" 1.2

Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college 30.7

Percent high school graduate or higher 68.3

Percent with bachelor’s degree or higher 16.6

Persons under 18 Children years ever born Percent per 1,000 living women 35 with two to 44 parents years 66.3 2 046

URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF PLACE
Urban Inside urbanized area Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural Place of 1,000 to 2,499 Place of less than 1,000 Other rural Rural farm 1 905 740 1 425 272 442 425 982 847 480 468 108 254 372 214 1 580 963 109 683 50 415 1 420 865 48 565 2.0 2.3 2.3 2.3 1.3 2.3 1.0 .7 .6 .7 .7 .4 37.5 37.7 44.4 34.7 36.7 45.4 30.7 32.2 39.7 34.8 31.7 25.2 62.8 60.2 65.9 57.6 70.3 62.5 72.6 77.3 79.8 80.5 77.0 87.5 50.9 52.5 54.6 51.6 46.2 52.9 44.2 36.5 36.5 32.8 36.6 22.0 17.5 18.7 18.2 18.9 14.2 17.3 13.3 8.2 6.9 7.2 8.3 2.7 4.2 4.6 4.7 4.5 3.3 4.1 3.0 2.6 2.5 2.6 2.6 2.9 1.4 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.1 1.3 1.0 .9 .9 1.0 .9 .9 7.6 8.6 10.3 7.9 4.8 8.7 3.9 5.7 5.6 8.1 5.7 6.4 11.5 11.1 9.5 12.1 12.4 9.7 13.3 11.9 15.7 12.8 11.6 6.8 34.0 34.6 48.6 25.5 32.4 58.6 21.5 25.6 22.6 21.3 26.0 27.5 73.1 75.5 72.7 76.8 65.7 72.4 63.8 62.6 56.9 62.1 63.0 61.9 21.3 22.5 25.7 21.2 17.5 26.1 14.9 11.1 9.4 13.6 11.1 12.4 63.3 65.9 53.5 70.7 55.9 60.4 54.9 69.7 58.8 59.4 70.8 64.4 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 957 911 834 941 107 913 158 146 165 167 145 308

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN AREA
Inside metropolitan area In central city Not in central city Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Rural Outside metropolitan area Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural 2 113 377 1 735 1 042 932 109 693 1 373 488 117 370 81 288 885 044 855 189 015 048 967 174 659 093 592 501 924 577 566 1.7 2.2 1.6 2.2 2.2 1.5 .8 1.0 1.5 2.5 1.2 1.9 1.0 .6 38.0 47.2 35.3 35.9 35.2 44.9 32.9 31.4 31.5 28.1 33.7 37.1 31.9 31.4 65.9 68.8 65.2 59.6 58.2 71.2 73.5 74.9 64.6 46.9 70.1 62.4 72.3 80.5 47.4 53.8 46.0 50.4 51.3 43.0 39.3 39.7 49.9 58.8 47.1 53.4 45.3 34.1 14.5 15.9 14.2 17.7 18.4 11.6 9.1 11.3 18.7 30.6 14.9 17.1 14.3 7.3 3.8 4.7 3.6 4.4 4.5 3.2 2.6 3.0 3.7 4.9 3.3 3.8 3.1 2.6 1.3 1.6 1.2 1.4 1.5 1.0 .9 1.0 1.2 1.6 1.1 1.2 1.1 .9 7.5 10.7 6.9 7.6 8.0 3.9 6.0 5.5 5.4 6.6 5.1 10.0 3.9 5.6 11.4 9.5 11.9 12.3 12.2 13.6 11.4 12.1 11.7 10.0 12.1 9.9 12.8 12.4 34.2 51.3 28.6 27.3 25.5 41.8 30.5 24.5 29.0 26.8 29.6 52.6 21.6 21.5 71.6 71.4 71.6 75.4 76.7 64.7 65.8 63.3 69.3 79.2 66.0 72.3 64.2 59.9 19.1 26.5 17.6 21.0 21.4 17.8 12.5 12.8 17.9 19.5 17.4 24.8 15.2 10.0 68.9 51.4 72.2 70.1 70.8 64.3 75.2 62.6 56.8 67.9 53.6 56.4 52.9 65.5 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 954 801 982 939 937 956 044 195 123 034 151 921 211 229

COUNTY
Abbeville County Aiken County Allendale County Anderson County Bamberg County Barnwell County Beaufort County Berkeley County Calhoun County Charleston County Cherokee County Chester County Chesterfield County Clarendon County Colleton County Darlington County Dillon County Dorchester County Edgefield County Fairfield County Florence County Georgetown County Greenville County Greenwood County Hampton County Horry County Jasper County Kershaw County Lancaster County Laurens County Lee County Lexington County McCormick County Marion County Marlboro County Newberry County Oconee County Orangeburg County Pickens County Richland County Saluda County Spartanburg County Sumter County Union County Williamsburg County York County 23 120 11 145 16 20 86 128 12 295 44 32 38 28 34 61 29 83 18 22 114 46 320 59 18 144 15 43 54 58 18 167 8 33 29 33 57 84 93 285 16 226 102 30 36 131 862 940 722 196 902 293 425 776 753 039 506 170 577 450 377 851 114 060 375 295 344 302 167 567 191 053 487 599 516 092 437 611 868 899 361 172 494 803 894 720 357 800 637 337 815 497 .4 1.0 .9 .7 .6 .6 2.7 2.5 .2 2.0 .4 .5 .4 .5 .5 .4 .5 2.0 .7 .4 .9 1.3 1.8 1.0 .4 2.1 .5 1.1 .4 .5 .5 1.5 .3 .7 .3 .5 1.2 .8 1.4 2.8 .2 1.6 1.6 .2 .2 1.2 20.6 30.8 64.2 29.4 26.0 55.3 32.5 34.0 – 37.0 29.5 31.2 24.1 24.6 1.7 25.1 13.1 27.4 50.0 16.3 31.7 30.1 36.8 45.1 25.0 26.3 25.0 27.6 12.4 18.1 30.1 30.2 38.5 59.5 16.1 45.1 43.4 41.7 58.0 42.4 – 44.2 32.6 20.8 29.8 40.1 83.8 47.5 84.1 77.4 84.6 76.9 35.7 54.2 83.6 61.9 79.5 85.5 78.3 86.1 82.9 85.3 85.6 53.7 67.5 87.1 82.3 76.9 66.4 81.3 86.5 53.2 70.2 75.4 76.9 83.4 92.1 68.2 79.3 87.4 80.6 85.4 71.8 83.5 70.3 64.8 88.8 76.7 65.1 89.1 90.8 59.6 31.1 43.1 37.2 38.3 36.2 38.3 61.8 52.4 28.0 53.7 36.0 31.3 34.3 34.9 33.9 34.7 36.8 53.8 35.2 27.4 40.0 37.2 46.5 40.8 27.7 52.2 31.6 37.3 33.8 36.4 27.2 47.3 37.4 34.9 37.1 34.4 42.5 37.1 46.6 52.8 31.0 41.8 50.4 31.9 27.7 45.5 5.1 15.0 9.1 7.5 7.1 8.4 37.2 22.9 5.9 19.6 6.0 4.6 5.9 6.1 6.0 5.1 5.9 21.7 8.0 4.9 7.6 10.2 14.2 7.1 4.1 24.0 9.5 8.3 7.1 6.5 3.5 11.4 6.1 5.1 5.2 4.9 12.1 6.5 13.6 17.0 3.5 8.4 21.1 3.6 3.8 15.2 1.7 2.7 4.5 2.4 3.5 2.9 5.2 4.8 2.3 4.7 1.6 1.6 2.5 3.0 2.2 2.6 2.9 4.2 2.7 2.0 3.2 3.0 3.6 2.9 1.6 3.9 2.9 3.1 2.0 2.2 3.1 3.3 3.2 2.8 2.4 1.7 2.7 3.2 2.8 5.8 1.3 3.2 4.7 1.7 2.6 2.8 .3 .9 1.4 .8 1.2 1.1 1.5 1.6 .9 1.5 .4 .4 .7 1.1 .7 1.0 .9 1.1 1.0 .8 1.2 1.4 1.1 1.1 .9 1.3 .9 1.3 .7 .8 1.3 1.2 1.6 1.1 .9 .5 .9 1.1 .7 1.9 .3 1.2 1.6 .5 .6 .9 1.9 7.8 4.6 5.5 3.0 2.8 10.7 5.6 14.0 12.3 2.4 2.4 1.8 5.5 6.7 4.5 1.6 7.5 7.3 6.0 6.0 3.4 10.8 4.9 4.1 4.2 19.5 5.3 2.5 4.2 9.7 4.1 17.5 2.7 1.8 4.0 1.9 11.2 4.2 8.2 5.4 4.6 8.1 1.9 8.3 5.5 12.3 10.4 13.4 14.3 12.6 12.3 7.6 11.9 13.3 11.8 19.3 12.7 16.5 15.5 9.3 13.6 10.1 15.2 9.6 14.3 10.6 16.3 11.8 9.3 8.8 13.0 11.2 9.5 13.6 14.3 10.9 10.6 8.6 11.4 15.5 12.5 12.6 8.2 7.0 8.2 15.1 14.8 12.1 13.6 10.8 13.2 32.1 27.1 15.6 24.0 47.8 16.6 15.6 19.4 24.7 32.0 20.4 19.4 22.9 23.0 15.3 22.0 22.7 17.2 18.0 16.2 30.5 21.2 35.2 36.5 21.0 26.3 14.5 17.6 19.4 29.2 23.7 28.8 15.7 18.7 14.0 30.6 22.0 46.2 66.6 42.5 18.0 26.3 24.8 19.6 17.5 34.7 58.9 70.7 52.3 64.0 59.2 59.9 83.4 75.4 61.9 75.5 57.2 56.9 53.9 54.9 61.7 62.3 52.5 76.7 62.6 58.1 64.3 63.9 71.6 64.1 58.9 74.3 54.5 67.8 60.0 57.4 53.5 77.3 52.5 55.3 50.9 62.1 63.4 62.4 65.4 79.4 59.8 63.0 69.8 55.0 55.6 67.5 10.8 17.2 9.5 12.9 11.2 11.9 26.5 11.6 11.7 22.4 9.3 9.1 7.7 10.2 9.6 12.4 8.5 17.3 12.2 9.6 14.8 15.6 21.0 16.0 8.8 16.0 4.8 12.5 9.6 11.3 7.5 21.0 7.1 9.1 7.9 12.5 13.3 13.7 16.9 28.0 8.0 14.3 15.0 7.2 9.9 16.9 67.9 71.8 42.3 72.2 54.5 60.5 69.1 75.6 58.7 62.0 64.3 57.8 63.7 59.2 62.0 60.1 57.7 75.4 67.4 55.0 61.3 61.2 71.0 64.3 56.7 70.0 53.6 68.9 66.6 65.1 52.4 75.9 57.1 54.7 51.9 62.4 73.6 56.5 78.7 61.6 68.3 67.3 63.7 62.7 57.2 70.2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 2 2 1 089 041 651 943 525 468 000 266 010 885 125 256 266 441 303 065 324 092 059 179 048 380 897 966 561 994 538 144 128 037 552 926 019 308 140 106 045 396 929 850 299 948 293 173 585 991

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 1.

Summary of Social Characteristics: 1990 Con.
All persons Persons 5 years and over Percent who speak a language other than English at home Persons enrolled in elementary or high school Percent in private school Persons 16 to 19 years Percent not enrolled in school and not high school graduate Persons 25 years and over

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
Abbeville city Aiken city Allendale town Anderson city Andrews town Arial CDP Bamberg town Barnwell city Batesburg town Beaufort city Belton city Belvedere CDP Bennettsville city Berea CDP Bishopville town Blackville town Boiling Springs CDP Brookdale CDP Burton CDP Camden city Cayce city Centerville CDP Charleston city Cheraw town Cherryvale CDP Chester city Clearwater CDP Clemson city Clinton city Clover town Columbia city Conway city Darlington city Denmark city Dentsville CDP Dillon city Dunean CDP Easley city East Gaffney CDP Edgefield town Edisto CDP Florence city Forest Acres city Forestbrook CDP Fort Mill town Fountain Inn town Gaffney city Gantt CDP Garden City CDP Georgetown city Gloverville CDP Goose Creek city Greenville city Greenwood city Greer city Hampton town Hanahan city Hartsville city Hilton Head Island town Homeland Park CDP Honea Path town Irmo town Isle of Palms city Johnston town Judson CDP Kingstree town Ladson CDP Lake City city Lake Wylie CDP Lancaster city Laurel Bay CDP Laurens city Lexington town Liberty town Little River CDP Lugoff CDP McColl town Manning city Marion city Mauldin city

Total

Percent foreign born

Foreign born persons Percent entered 1980 to 1990

Native persons Percent born in State of residence

Percent living in different house in 1985

Percent living in different State or abroad in 1985

Total

And do not speak English " very well"

Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college

Percent high school graduate or higher

Percent with bachelor’s degree or higher

Persons under 18 Children years ever born Percent per 1,000 living women 35 with two to 44 parents years

5 19 4 26 3 2 3 5 4 9 4 6 9 13 3 2 3 5 7 6 11 4 80 5 2 7 4 11 8 3 98 9 7 3 11 6 4 15 3 2 2 29 7 2 4 4 13 13 6 9 2 24 58 20 10 3 13 8 23 6 3 11 3 2 2 3 13 7 2 8 4 9 3 3 3 3 2 4 7 11

778 872 410 184 352 575 843 061 077 576 646 133 345 535 560 882 612 339 030 696 163 866 414 505 957 040 731 106 070 501 052 819 311 540 839 829 637 224 278 527 815 813 197 598 930 386 145 891 305 517 718 692 282 807 322 072 176 372 694 569 835 280 682 688 859 858 534 153 720 975 972 694 289 287 682 169 685 428 658 587

.9 1.5 1.0 .7 .5 – .4 .4 .4 2.0 .5 .6 .6 2.8 .4 .2 .9 .6 1.8 1.0 1.3 .7 2.4 1.2 2.4 .3 .4 6.5 .5 2.3 3.3 .4 1.1 .9 2.0 1.1 1.1 1.3 – .6 .2 1.5 3.0 3.5 .5 .8 .9 .8 4.3 1.2 .9 3.5 2.0 1.2 .5 .9 2.6 .5 3.9 – – 1.1 3.9 .8 .2 – 2.1 .3 4.3 .1 2.1 .5 1.9 .3 2.1 .9 .2 .6 .3 1.6

– 26.3 60.9 23.1 35.3 – – – – 9.9 61.9 79.5 17.3 37.7 100.0 – 33.3 72.7 34.6 14.5 56.5 – 39.4 26.9 43.7 – – 63.6 21.4 100.0 58.3 16.2 50.6 – 30.5 24.7 84.6 43.9 – – – 33.4 39.4 13.0 25.9 – 22.4 28.9 12.2 57.3 32.0 37.3 47.2 38.2 43.4 33.3 52.8 14.6 32.7 – – 11.2 50.3 100.0 – – 30.9 – 30.2 – 42.9 – – – 16.7 30.0 100.0 60.0 40.0 23.1

84.1 47.1 86.4 76.6 88.9 83.3 88.2 73.5 86.8 46.4 84.1 28.1 79.6 74.8 86.3 90.3 77.8 89.4 50.2 75.0 75.0 64.2 67.4 78.3 41.2 87.5 35.6 45.0 79.0 56.2 63.6 76.1 83.1 86.5 64.3 80.6 74.6 75.4 86.6 77.9 88.0 76.9 56.7 25.7 59.2 77.7 79.3 81.0 20.3 78.6 60.9 30.2 65.2 83.2 80.0 83.4 50.5 83.1 16.9 76.5 88.7 52.3 39.0 82.2 81.2 84.0 41.8 91.3 7.5 80.6 19.0 82.6 64.6 82.0 32.9 68.6 70.9 81.4 87.0 50.2

35.7 52.6 41.7 50.0 39.0 31.1 40.2 46.5 46.2 60.1 34.6 38.0 43.2 43.6 36.3 32.9 30.6 31.2 57.0 39.8 44.3 35.5 55.2 43.6 70.1 34.6 43.5 63.8 46.1 41.0 60.9 43.8 42.3 31.8 46.4 42.5 40.9 41.9 37.1 36.8 36.1 44.9 49.5 59.4 48.8 38.6 39.6 38.0 66.1 40.0 29.8 72.3 53.2 49.1 43.1 31.7 56.2 35.5 65.6 40.8 24.9 58.2 56.7 33.1 51.4 44.5 60.0 38.0 46.5 42.4 84.1 39.1 57.3 30.4 54.6 44.4 44.9 44.1 42.0 54.9

6.0 23.2 8.9 8.9 9.3 7.0 5.7 10.2 3.6 25.8 3.6 15.2 6.8 9.6 6.3 3.8 5.9 6.0 27.0 9.2 8.5 12.4 16.4 7.0 33.6 4.5 17.8 29.9 11.5 10.5 22.0 10.5 6.9 4.5 14.5 8.3 8.7 9.2 1.8 10.3 6.4 10.0 13.4 35.8 12.5 6.0 7.7 7.6 43.1 8.5 4.3 46.1 17.5 7.5 7.9 5.1 23.6 6.3 38.4 5.4 1.9 22.5 27.2 4.3 7.5 7.2 30.0 6.8 32.2 7.8 72.9 7.0 15.7 9.4 33.9 8.6 4.6 12.0 5.7 22.3

1.8 3.3 3.8 2.7 2.5 1.8 2.6 1.7 3.4 4.0 2.3 1.8 2.8 4.2 2.8 3.3 2.7 2.8 5.5 2.9 3.8 2.8 5.1 2.5 5.5 1.5 2.5 7.6 4.5 3.9 6.3 2.4 2.4 4.2 4.6 2.5 3.1 3.2 .9 .3 4.9 3.9 4.4 5.8 1.1 2.5 2.2 2.9 4.3 3.6 1.4 5.6 3.8 3.5 2.6 1.6 5.1 2.9 4.8 1.4 2.4 3.5 3.1 1.7 2.4 3.8 5.3 2.0 1.8 1.6 6.7 2.2 2.2 2.1 3.6 2.9 .9 1.9 3.1 3.3

.3 1.0 2.3 1.0 1.4 .3 .8 .7 1.6 .9 .9 .7 .9 2.1 .8 1.6 .6 1.0 2.5 1.4 1.1 .9 1.6 .2 .7 .2 1.3 2.2 1.4 1.2 2.2 .6 .9 2.5 .9 .5 2.0 .9 – – 1.8 1.3 1.7 2.3 .4 .7 .7 1.2 .6 2.0 .3 1.9 1.2 1.2 .9 .7 2.3 .5 1.3 .3 1.0 .9 .7 1.1 .3 .3 1.0 .3 1.0 .8 2.3 1.5 1.3 .8 1.2 .9 .4 .4 1.1 1.0

1.5 13.9 6.1 4.3 6.2 9.1 – .7 .9 9.0 4.9 5.7 1.4 7.8 15.3 3.4 5.1 4.4 3.8 8.6 4.8 6.5 18.6 1.8 2.2 2.3 8.8 3.3 5.7 1.3 10.1 3.8 .6 – 3.5 4.6 11.8 4.6 4.6 6.1 8.8 7.6 30.7 7.1 4.0 2.8 2.7 5.6 8.4 4.4 3.1 4.0 15.3 4.6 6.7 – 11.0 2.6 18.1 9.0 – 4.5 15.6 6.6 .9 11.2 5.0 2.1 20.3 2.0 10.8 2.6 5.3 – 9.1 – – 1.5 .9 12.1

17.1 9.1 5.3 16.3 26.5 33.0 48.2 8.7 7.6 8.2 24.7 6.4 14.1 9.3 11.5 3.4 9.9 11.0 20.5 13.0 9.8 18.8 6.8 12.8 6.8 11.9 6.4 – 8.6 23.6 6.6 18.9 20.2 – 6.3 7.5 23.4 17.5 40.8 18.5 3.1 14.4 17.7 11.0 7.6 12.9 23.6 8.9 8.9 18.0 – 15.9 9.1 9.6 29.2 – 15.0 8.7 8.4 23.9 11.5 7.8 – 12.9 42.4 27.8 8.4 5.7 9.5 11.2 16.4 15.4 7.9 13.4 16.7 9.2 13.0 15.7 10.9 2.8

18.1 27.4 18.2 37.2 14.6 7.0 20.0 11.1 26.4 17.1 9.2 21.6 17.6 23.5 19.0 14.6 12.8 31.9 18.4 11.0 32.1 25.1 58.5 24.5 5.4 19.4 23.9 87.9 66.4 20.2 55.1 22.7 15.0 36.6 26.5 25.9 13.3 27.6 14.6 5.1 37.4 25.7 32.1 29.6 13.3 14.4 28.9 22.1 29.4 24.7 – 16.1 50.3 47.0 8.8 16.1 21.4 31.0 24.4 4.9 16.2 21.8 28.3 10.2 8.1 16.1 21.6 21.7 30.0 17.8 7.7 15.0 28.7 29.1 8.5 39.3 12.4 21.2 21.4 27.3

60.4 79.4 53.7 62.6 46.5 54.1 60.0 65.4 52.3 81.0 54.9 74.2 56.6 72.3 52.7 52.6 65.9 61.9 76.4 70.1 73.5 82.8 76.5 62.4 75.3 55.7 65.8 88.2 52.9 50.4 76.0 69.9 59.9 54.2 78.8 62.0 49.9 64.2 40.6 56.6 49.3 69.1 93.1 90.1 64.2 64.2 59.5 64.5 81.3 63.6 44.7 87.3 72.5 56.9 47.6 67.3 79.7 64.0 93.8 52.5 48.4 94.6 92.0 50.5 35.6 64.8 82.9 55.5 97.3 60.3 91.4 56.4 83.3 64.2 84.5 81.2 37.9 56.3 60.7 88.4

15.0 33.1 12.6 17.0 5.6 6.2 11.2 19.2 4.0 24.7 10.7 11.0 13.5 10.2 12.7 4.5 12.2 17.4 14.0 24.1 16.5 16.6 29.4 14.8 5.7 11.5 5.5 57.0 18.0 6.1 31.7 19.8 19.1 12.9 25.3 12.5 5.6 16.2 3.7 15.1 7.8 22.5 45.1 21.3 17.3 14.3 12.5 14.2 14.6 15.7 1.9 14.1 29.3 13.7 9.2 10.3 15.7 20.8 42.5 3.7 9.1 35.9 42.7 13.8 3.6 23.9 10.6 14.4 52.2 15.8 14.7 13.8 27.9 12.7 20.5 8.3 5.6 11.5 16.1 28.4

60.2 67.1 33.9 55.0 44.9 71.8 43.6 48.3 42.7 60.2 68.9 67.7 46.8 72.3 33.2 38.1 74.9 36.9 66.7 56.9 64.8 91.6 53.9 49.7 64.6 46.1 66.6 84.6 55.6 66.1 50.4 47.7 41.8 41.9 61.0 57.9 62.2 70.2 56.5 52.3 57.3 49.5 73.5 83.5 59.3 64.7 50.6 59.2 68.5 44.3 67.2 84.3 49.9 47.6 54.9 49.9 74.9 48.4 75.9 59.5 65.1 87.4 85.2 46.1 36.1 28.8 80.1 35.9 88.4 41.9 93.5 49.7 70.5 78.6 73.4 61.0 54.1 46.8 38.7 81.4

2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 3 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1

193 832 796 032 965 203 902 518 423 103 247 169 081 857 983 660 775 368 386 882 761 824 716 334 847 399 397 908 100 678 701 226 065 257 738 203 889 883 465 977 031 669 236 101 980 815 092 020 675 597 489 406 764 974 073 271 762 908 637 960 646 939 312 946 646 397 250 239 714 197 668 093 842 844 704 177 635 368 321 958

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SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 1.

Summary of Social Characteristics: 1990 Con.
All persons Persons 5 years and over Percent who speak a language other than English at home Persons enrolled in elementary or high school Percent in private school Persons 16 to 19 years Percent not enrolled in school and not high school graduate Persons 25 years and over

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION Con.
Moncks Corner town Mount Pleasant town Mullins city Murrells Inlet CDP Myrtle Beach city Newberry town New Ellenton town North Augusta city North Charleston city North Hartsville CDP Northlake CDP North Myrtle Beach city Oak Grove CDP Orangeburg city Pageland town Parker CDP Parris Island CDP Pendleton town Pickens town Piedmont CDP Port Royal town Red Bank CDP Red Hill CDP Rock Hill city St. Andrews CDP Saluda town Sans Souci CDP Saxon CDP Seneca town Seven Oaks CDP Shell Point CDP Simpsonville town Socastee CDP Southern Shops CDP South Sumter CDP Spartanburg city Springdale CDP Springdale town Summerville town Sumter city Surfside Beach town Taylors CDP Tega Cay city Travelers Rest city Union city Valencia Heights CDP Valley Falls CDP Wade Hampton CDP Walhalla town Walterboro city Welcome CDP Wellford city West Columbia city Westminster town Wilkinson Heights CDP Williamston town Williston town Winnsboro town Woodfield CDP Woodruff town York city

Total

Percent foreign born

Foreign born persons Percent entered 1980 to 1990

Native persons Percent born in State of residence

Percent living in different house in 1985

Percent living in different State or abroad in 1985

Total

And do not speak English " very well"

Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college

Percent high school graduate or higher

Percent with bachelor’s degree or higher

Persons under 18 Children years ever born Percent per 1,000 living women 35 with two to 44 parents years

5 30 5 3 24 10 2 15 70 3 3 8 7 13 3 11 7 3 3 4 2 5 6 41 25 2 7 4 7 15 2 11 10 3 4 43 2 3 22 41 3 19 3 3 9 4 3 20 3 5 6 2 10 3 3 3 3 3 8 4 6

607 108 910 277 848 539 630 366 161 001 162 636 173 739 021 072 172 401 120 057 985 950 112 643 692 831 612 002 726 722 772 708 426 378 371 467 604 226 537 945 845 619 205 069 874 122 504 014 755 492 560 627 588 284 394 876 098 600 862 365 709

.6 2.3 1.3 2.3 3.3 .6 – 1.5 2.3 .5 3.4 1.7 1.2 1.5 .5 .4 4.0 .6 .4 .2 2.5 1.3 2.8 1.3 3.0 .4 1.6 .4 1.1 3.3 4.1 2.3 4.0 .5 .1 2.4 .6 1.4 2.0 1.8 1.4 2.6 3.6 .4 .2 3.0 3.3 4.0 3.7 .2 .6 .8 1.1 .2 .4 – .2 .7 7.0 .3 .5

35.5 18.4 38.5 21.6 25.0 67.2 – 22.8 39.9 – 31.5 17.9 41.0 55.1 – 33.3 50.4 100.0 – 40.0 25.7 – 32.0 44.5 45.0 – 79.3 100.0 26.7 32.1 15.9 30.8 36.1 100.0 100.0 39.1 – 27.3 21.6 33.6 – 31.1 7.0 50.0 20.8 48.0 83.5 36.0 87.1 – 34.2 23.8 29.2 100.0 – – – – 14.0 – –

70.2 49.1 84.7 45.6 35.3 82.7 54.1 22.3 49.8 79.1 56.9 29.6 66.6 75.1 65.7 82.0 4.9 77.5 81.2 81.2 40.9 69.3 44.6 70.2 60.9 90.4 77.1 86.2 76.3 53.4 28.0 63.1 36.0 76.5 91.8 76.4 87.5 73.2 45.4 54.8 31.8 54.7 5.6 79.1 89.5 59.5 70.7 48.8 73.3 81.3 76.9 89.2 73.1 82.0 91.4 87.7 70.1 87.0 43.1 85.9 76.0

52.2 63.7 45.4 61.1 64.3 45.6 31.3 48.9 71.0 36.9 55.0 56.4 40.2 57.9 48.7 38.1 96.2 48.9 35.1 32.6 63.6 50.6 65.3 50.0 67.4 27.9 35.5 51.1 43.8 55.9 55.0 49.1 64.9 57.4 34.5 47.6 38.9 34.9 64.9 58.0 63.2 50.1 56.6 44.6 32.9 61.1 57.5 45.1 49.7 40.9 36.2 28.9 47.4 39.0 30.6 32.6 37.3 43.9 53.1 39.0 41.6

14.2 24.8 7.9 24.6 36.8 7.3 8.1 21.1 34.0 6.2 17.5 32.1 8.9 10.9 9.2 5.0 91.0 7.6 3.0 4.5 41.0 11.6 36.2 13.0 19.3 3.9 9.0 2.9 9.9 18.1 29.5 16.9 30.2 13.6 1.4 10.2 5.5 11.1 28.7 31.3 33.4 17.0 46.9 4.1 3.6 17.1 12.5 15.7 13.9 7.5 7.9 1.8 8.4 5.2 3.1 5.3 9.4 5.7 17.6 4.7 6.7

2.3 4.2 3.6 4.0 5.4 2.9 2.3 2.0 5.9 2.0 7.7 3.6 2.7 4.7 1.8 1.4 9.8 2.2 1.1 1.9 6.6 3.2 3.6 3.7 6.0 1.4 3.0 2.8 2.9 5.2 7.7 3.4 5.5 1.2 4.3 4.1 1.2 3.2 4.1 4.7 4.7 4.6 7.0 1.1 1.4 5.0 4.4 5.9 5.9 1.8 3.1 1.2 2.7 1.3 3.5 2.2 1.7 3.1 13.9 3.1 2.5

.9 1.2 1.0 .2 1.5 .8 .7 .6 1.9 .9 .8 1.3 .9 1.9 .2 .3 2.1 .9 .2 .3 1.5 1.0 .7 1.0 1.6 .6 .9 .4 .6 1.7 3.9 1.5 3.0 .1 1.6 1.7 1.2 1.0 1.2 1.6 1.0 1.2 2.4 .5 .4 2.1 1.7 2.2 3.7 .2 1.3 – .8 .2 1.1 .9 .2 .9 5.0 – 1.3

6.8 15.9 2.8 – 6.3 6.2 11.8 6.4 6.5 10.3 8.1 4.2 5.6 22.8 – 5.8 17.6 2.0 2.4 4.5 5.7 5.5 5.6 4.5 10.1 3.3 19.2 .9 – 3.4 13.9 9.1 6.0 3.3 1.4 5.0 – 7.4 7.2 7.9 1.1 13.8 7.9 9.9 3.1 14.0 3.9 19.2 1.1 3.7 17.2 2.7 4.0 – 3.5 1.7 – 5.3 1.9 1.0 2.4

8.7 5.6 14.8 25.9 10.9 12.3 16.7 8.5 18.4 15.8 – 12.0 14.5 2.8 24.5 35.0 2.4 26.7 32.3 20.5 21.7 5.0 8.8 10.7 18.4 16.2 13.2 11.2 12.6 5.6 9.2 9.7 15.0 46.7 12.0 16.5 24.3 4.9 7.8 8.6 7.0 9.2 – 17.3 18.8 – 5.4 8.3 8.9 6.8 24.9 – 15.8 16.7 22.9 17.8 19.8 18.1 8.0 21.1 23.8

22.9 35.8 19.1 12.7 25.7 47.8 28.1 32.9 13.5 23.9 53.9 40.6 24.9 81.7 20.1 9.8 10.3 31.9 12.7 18.7 17.3 23.3 44.3 49.4 27.7 21.4 25.7 54.2 27.5 38.4 28.2 24.7 13.3 12.1 30.3 43.3 – 28.6 20.3 29.5 22.6 29.6 55.5 24.2 19.7 53.4 39.7 35.1 11.0 16.5 14.4 14.9 29.7 17.0 38.3 21.7 15.7 14.1 23.8 17.0 14.0

72.2 90.3 54.4 74.4 83.8 60.9 65.6 81.9 73.9 61.6 85.4 86.4 80.1 71.1 51.3 39.2 95.7 61.4 49.8 62.2 79.3 74.8 81.7 62.9 85.5 68.6 61.4 39.8 69.4 92.9 84.0 78.4 81.1 50.4 43.6 65.9 39.2 82.6 83.3 77.9 88.9 86.8 93.3 61.6 59.0 86.0 69.5 87.2 50.4 67.4 57.1 42.2 71.2 54.2 51.1 51.0 68.6 68.6 85.2 54.6 57.6

17.3 41.8 10.2 18.4 21.4 14.8 7.0 25.5 11.4 12.3 33.8 23.4 14.3 23.5 10.2 2.1 13.2 19.0 7.9 7.7 16.1 13.4 18.9 17.7 30.6 12.1 7.3 2.8 13.0 40.6 12.7 21.5 13.8 1.9 7.3 23.4 4.4 17.3 25.5 20.6 25.9 31.2 35.3 9.8 10.7 33.9 14.9 36.3 10.1 18.6 3.5 2.5 15.7 9.9 13.5 8.4 15.1 18.6 18.6 7.4 11.0

57.0 82.8 46.7 78.5 74.4 49.9 80.7 70.9 56.5 68.4 88.6 81.2 82.2 56.3 56.5 60.2 87.9 49.8 60.5 83.1 54.7 75.0 70.0 56.4 64.0 67.0 71.9 54.8 55.5 76.0 82.6 82.2 76.6 49.0 29.8 45.2 47.4 67.6 74.0 62.8 77.7 79.1 88.1 75.1 51.2 53.8 79.4 78.4 71.9 40.7 67.9 61.0 56.0 71.0 31.1 61.8 64.5 48.0 65.2 64.4 47.6

2 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 2 2

114 655 203 379 912 114 197 959 060 758 671 776 732 099 892 004 157 838 879 665 026 011 753 991 619 831 858 708 034 800 860 915 176 707 818 010 461 756 044 158 401 899 360 015 169 309 934 640 194 973 849 037 872 907 898 905 377 590 037 279 216

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 2.

Summary of Labor Force and Commuting Characteristics: 1990
Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor force Own children under 6 years in families and subfamilies Employed persons 16 years and over Workers 16 years and over

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
The State

Female Living with two parents Percent with both parents in labor force 62.3 Living with one parent Percent with parent in labor force 66.9

Percent at work 35 or more hours in reference week

Total 66.0

Male 74.6

Total 58.3

With own children under 6 years 66.5

Civilian labor force Percent unemployed 5.6

Total 79.5

Male 85.7

Female 72.4

Percent government workers (local, State, or Federal) 16.6

Percent in manufacturing industries 25.7

Percent in carpools 16.9

Percent using public transportation 1.1

Mean travel time to work (minutes) 20.5

URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF PLACE
Urban Inside urbanized area Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural Place of 1,000 to 2,499 Place of less than 1,000 Other rural Rural farm 66.8 68.4 64.2 70.3 62.2 59.9 62.9 65.1 60.2 58.9 65.7 63.6 75.7 77.1 72.2 79.3 71.4 67.6 72.6 73.2 68.4 69.1 73.7 73.1 58.9 60.4 57.4 61.9 54.5 53.3 54.9 57.5 53.3 50.6 58.1 55.0 65.6 65.2 66.2 64.9 66.6 69.3 65.9 67.6 67.6 65.0 67.7 67.6 60.6 59.7 61.7 59.1 63.9 63.7 63.9 64.4 67.1 60.8 64.3 63.3 67.2 69.0 66.3 70.8 63.4 72.8 61.3 66.5 63.5 61.1 67.1 65.3 5.6 5.1 6.4 4.6 7.3 6.5 7.5 5.5 6.8 6.2 5.4 5.4 78.4 78.6 74.5 80.3 77.6 74.6 78.5 80.7 79.8 79.3 80.8 79.0 84.9 85.3 81.7 86.7 83.6 81.1 84.4 86.7 85.9 85.0 86.8 83.4 71.4 71.4 67.3 73.2 71.3 67.5 72.5 73.6 73.1 72.8 73.7 73.7 18.4 19.1 19.0 19.2 16.3 14.2 16.9 14.4 15.0 16.3 14.3 15.8 20.5 18.2 15.4 19.3 28.1 23.2 29.6 31.9 36.3 30.8 31.6 27.8 15.2 14.1 14.2 14.1 18.7 16.7 19.2 19.2 20.2 23.0 19.0 19.5 1.5 1.6 3.3 .9 1.0 .9 1.0 .6 .6 .7 .6 .9 18.4 18.8 16.3 19.9 17.2 15.2 17.7 23.0 20.5 23.2 23.2 23.5

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN AREA
Inside metropolitan area In central city Not in central city Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Rural Outside metropolitan area Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural 67.7 63.3 68.7 69.9 70.6 64.3 66.8 63.5 63.2 68.1 61.6 58.9 62.4 63.6 76.3 70.3 77.5 79.1 79.7 73.8 75.2 71.9 72.7 78.3 70.7 66.7 71.9 71.5 59.8 57.4 60.4 61.4 62.1 56.1 58.8 55.9 54.9 57.6 54.1 52.7 54.5 56.5 66.0 67.8 65.7 65.3 65.0 68.1 66.4 67.2 64.6 59.9 66.2 70.3 65.2 68.6 60.9 64.2 60.4 59.3 59.1 61.8 62.1 64.9 61.7 54.6 64.6 66.2 64.2 66.4 69.9 67.0 70.9 70.9 71.1 69.1 71.0 63.3 62.2 62.3 62.2 70.4 60.2 64.1 4.9 6.4 4.6 4.6 4.5 6.0 4.7 6.6 7.4 6.5 7.7 6.9 7.9 6.2 79.5 74.3 80.5 80.2 80.4 77.8 81.0 79.4 77.4 76.9 77.5 75.9 78.0 80.5 85.9 81.4 86.8 86.5 86.9 83.5 87.2 85.4 83.5 83.1 83.6 82.8 83.9 86.3 72.1 67.2 73.2 73.0 73.2 71.2 73.5 72.8 71.1 70.4 71.4 68.8 72.1 73.8 17.4 19.3 17.1 19.0 19.5 15.1 14.1 15.2 16.3 15.3 16.6 11.3 18.3 14.6 22.8 15.7 24.2 20.8 19.6 31.5 29.4 30.5 23.7 13.4 26.9 23.4 28.0 34.0 15.1 14.1 15.3 14.4 14.1 17.8 16.8 20.0 17.7 14.4 18.9 17.7 19.3 21.3 1.2 3.8 .7 .9 1.0 .2 .4 .9 1.1 .7 1.2 1.2 1.2 .9 20.5 16.7 21.3 20.0 20.1 19.1 23.3 20.4 16.1 15.0 16.6 14.9 17.0 22.8

COUNTY
Abbeville County Aiken County Allendale County Anderson County Bamberg County Barnwell County Beaufort County Berkeley County Calhoun County Charleston County Cherokee County Chester County Chesterfield County Clarendon County Colleton County Darlington County Dillon County Dorchester County Edgefield County Fairfield County Florence County Georgetown County Greenville County Greenwood County Hampton County Horry County Jasper County Kershaw County Lancaster County Laurens County Lee County Lexington County McCormick County Marion County Marlboro County Newberry County Oconee County Orangeburg County Pickens County Richland County Saluda County Spartanburg County Sumter County Union County Williamsburg County York County 61.5 64.3 52.0 65.4 56.6 65.0 68.2 69.5 62.0 68.3 66.3 63.6 63.8 58.0 60.0 62.7 60.6 68.2 64.8 61.8 64.3 61.9 67.9 64.1 58.6 66.0 60.3 65.7 66.6 63.6 59.6 72.7 50.9 62.7 60.0 62.9 63.7 60.5 63.4 68.6 63.5 66.1 66.7 62.1 60.2 69.8 68.9 73.7 55.8 74.3 65.0 73.7 77.4 81.3 71.6 77.1 74.9 72.1 72.3 65.8 69.6 71.3 68.2 78.3 74.3 67.8 72.8 70.5 77.6 72.6 67.4 73.9 67.1 74.4 75.0 71.0 69.2 81.2 47.1 68.1 65.9 70.9 71.9 69.3 70.9 73.2 72.1 74.7 77.9 72.4 69.7 79.3 55.1 55.8 48.1 57.6 49.4 57.5 58.7 57.8 53.6 59.7 58.6 56.4 56.3 51.2 51.5 55.7 54.5 58.3 56.1 56.5 57.1 54.5 59.3 57.1 51.1 58.7 54.4 57.9 59.1 57.2 51.7 64.8 55.5 58.4 55.1 55.8 56.2 53.2 56.0 64.4 55.7 58.4 55.6 53.7 52.5 61.3 74.9 62.9 56.9 68.4 61.3 70.5 65.9 57.8 63.6 64.3 70.1 70.8 67.5 64.6 61.7 67.5 67.2 60.9 70.2 76.2 65.6 65.0 63.7 70.4 64.4 64.8 68.2 67.3 68.2 73.5 62.6 68.5 72.1 74.3 67.9 73.1 67.7 69.9 66.8 73.4 68.2 67.1 59.2 67.8 67.7 71.1 74.7 58.1 58.6 63.5 56.2 69.0 58.7 49.7 62.9 58.5 63.6 72.2 71.3 63.9 60.5 63.8 67.6 58.0 67.9 80.2 66.9 60.1 56.8 67.0 58.6 60.4 61.6 62.1 68.8 74.7 67.0 63.9 82.6 74.0 68.1 71.4 63.7 69.3 61.8 69.1 71.5 60.8 56.4 72.9 68.3 68.7 66.3 60.0 53.4 72.2 58.7 73.5 73.3 66.4 60.7 66.6 68.3 62.5 60.2 62.0 59.0 65.4 53.4 74.9 64.4 65.0 59.4 67.6 72.8 67.7 58.8 66.1 58.0 74.4 65.0 62.0 50.0 75.4 64.2 66.4 58.9 69.9 66.1 63.2 80.3 74.4 54.5 70.9 52.8 63.4 64.0 70.8 5.5 5.5 11.1 5.1 9.7 10.0 4.9 5.2 6.5 5.3 6.9 7.2 6.9 8.2 6.9 5.6 7.4 5.0 5.7 7.2 5.3 6.4 4.6 5.6 6.2 5.1 6.3 5.1 6.1 6.4 9.0 3.7 8.6 8.1 9.6 6.4 5.3 8.6 4.7 5.1 7.6 5.0 7.9 6.6 7.5 5.1 80.1 81.8 76.8 80.0 78.9 82.7 78.1 80.6 81.7 78.4 80.3 80.3 81.8 79.4 78.6 79.4 80.4 80.5 78.3 79.4 80.2 75.6 79.6 79.5 77.1 78.7 78.2 80.7 80.0 82.3 80.2 81.2 77.8 83.2 80.3 80.3 81.8 76.6 75.1 77.6 79.7 80.3 77.8 80.4 78.7 79.9 85.4 88.8 85.0 86.3 84.5 88.1 85.1 87.8 89.1 85.1 84.9 85.9 86.6 85.9 85.8 86.2 86.5 88.4 84.8 82.7 86.0 82.8 86.6 85.6 88.3 84.4 86.4 87.1 85.3 86.6 86.0 87.0 81.5 86.2 84.6 85.5 86.8 82.9 81.5 82.7 84.7 87.2 85.5 85.7 86.0 86.2 74.1 73.3 67.1 72.8 72.3 76.5 71.1 72.0 72.9 71.1 75.0 74.0 76.1 72.0 69.8 72.0 74.2 71.2 70.3 75.8 73.9 67.3 71.3 72.9 64.6 72.6 69.5 73.0 73.9 77.7 73.7 74.5 74.0 80.4 75.9 74.4 75.7 69.5 67.2 72.5 73.8 72.3 69.5 74.4 70.8 72.5 14.5 18.8 23.4 10.4 23.9 27.3 17.4 25.0 19.0 25.3 9.1 11.7 12.3 17.2 17.1 13.5 14.5 23.0 18.3 16.0 14.0 15.1 9.0 14.4 19.6 13.0 17.9 13.7 9.3 15.6 15.5 19.4 22.0 14.3 14.4 15.1 13.9 17.7 16.7 28.0 16.5 10.2 19.4 13.4 15.5 10.6 43.3 27.3 28.9 36.1 31.2 30.7 6.8 20.8 25.9 10.9 44.4 42.5 46.7 27.1 24.7 33.3 35.2 20.1 30.2 36.3 23.0 26.1 26.8 35.5 26.2 11.1 13.5 33.3 43.5 40.2 34.8 15.2 35.8 40.2 41.1 33.7 37.3 26.5 31.1 10.8 34.7 35.1 26.0 49.1 37.7 30.4 20.8 18.4 25.9 15.3 26.5 27.1 14.6 16.7 21.0 14.8 17.5 23.1 22.2 21.2 23.4 16.3 22.4 17.0 26.2 25.3 17.1 20.0 13.1 16.6 20.8 16.6 24.5 18.2 22.8 17.7 25.6 15.4 26.1 24.3 27.3 22.9 16.9 22.5 15.4 13.5 27.9 14.7 17.4 25.0 23.7 17.6 .4 .3 2.1 .3 1.0 .3 1.9 .5 1.0 3.0 .6 .2 .4 .7 1.1 .8 .3 .4 1.2 .8 1.2 3.4 .7 .2 2.0 .8 2.4 .5 .2 .5 .9 .4 .3 1.2 1.4 .8 .2 .8 .3 2.8 .6 .7 .6 1.3 3.5 .4 20.0 22.8 21.4 19.3 21.1 21.4 17.9 24.7 25.6 21.2 18.5 21.4 21.0 21.7 26.3 18.2 19.7 26.7 25.2 23.7 18.9 21.6 18.1 17.4 23.6 18.6 30.5 22.8 23.9 19.5 22.2 22.5 23.9 19.3 18.9 21.6 20.3 21.4 19.5 19.4 25.9 18.5 17.2 20.9 22.4 21.8

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SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 2.

Summary of Labor Force and Commuting Characteristics: 1990 Con.
Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor force Own children under 6 years in families and subfamilies Employed persons 16 years and over Workers 16 years and over

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
Abbeville city Aiken city Allendale town Anderson city Andrews town Arial CDP Bamberg town Barnwell city Batesburg town Beaufort city Belton city Belvedere CDP Bennettsville city Berea CDP Bishopville town Blackville town Boiling Springs CDP Brookdale CDP Burton CDP Camden city Cayce city Centerville CDP Charleston city Cheraw town Cherryvale CDP Chester city Clearwater CDP Clemson city Clinton city Clover town Columbia city Conway city Darlington city Denmark city Dentsville CDP Dillon city Dunean CDP Easley city East Gaffney CDP Edgefield town Edisto CDP Florence city Forest Acres city Forestbrook CDP Fort Mill town Fountain Inn town Gaffney city Gantt CDP Garden City CDP Georgetown city Gloverville CDP Goose Creek city Greenville city Greenwood city Greer city Hampton town Hanahan city Hartsville city Hilton Head Island town Homeland Park CDP Honea Path town Irmo town Isle of Palms city Johnston town Judson CDP Kingstree town Ladson CDP Lake City city Lake Wylie CDP Lancaster city Laurel Bay CDP Laurens city Lexington town Liberty town Little River CDP Lugoff CDP McColl town Manning city Marion city Mauldin city

Female Living with two parents Percent with both parents in labor force Living with one parent Percent with parent in labor force

Percent at work 35 or more hours in reference week

Total

Male

Total

With own children under 6 years

Civilian labor force Percent unemployed

Total

Male

Female

Percent government workers (local, State, or Federal)

Percent in manufacturing industries

Percent in carpools

Percent using public transportation

Mean travel time to work (minutes)

59.6 59.8 59.6 58.9 61.9 75.4 52.3 62.2 62.5 64.6 60.0 69.3 58.7 68.6 55.3 63.5 70.0 60.5 72.3 58.5 68.1 74.1 63.3 60.9 74.7 61.6 63.6 58.0 56.6 61.9 63.7 63.2 61.3 59.1 70.7 61.2 61.0 66.5 61.4 51.8 61.8 60.6 66.0 76.5 64.3 71.1 63.2 70.6 50.6 57.6 55.7 73.9 65.1 59.0 58.7 58.3 70.2 53.8 61.0 64.4 61.6 84.8 72.2 62.4 54.2 58.1 76.5 55.0 58.3 59.9 77.7 59.2 74.8 65.7 56.6 65.2 55.8 56.1 59.5 77.2

70.5 70.4 73.9 68.2 69.9 88.5 60.3 69.6 71.5 74.2 74.4 76.5 65.8 80.4 64.5 70.4 82.8 66.0 80.3 68.2 77.3 77.7 69.4 73.4 89.1 71.2 73.1 62.3 59.7 76.9 67.6 71.6 73.0 60.3 76.9 68.0 70.0 77.4 72.5 67.2 71.3 68.2 74.8 84.1 75.1 81.8 71.2 77.7 57.1 64.8 70.9 90.4 75.0 69.1 71.4 65.4 81.0 61.4 67.4 73.6 67.8 93.1 80.7 72.9 65.4 70.9 88.7 64.8 72.6 70.8 96.3 67.8 86.4 75.1 64.3 71.1 70.3 60.3 66.1 85.9

51.5 51.1 49.6 52.1 55.4 62.8 46.0 56.1 55.5 56.8 48.9 62.7 53.4 58.4 49.0 58.1 58.7 56.2 64.9 51.4 60.5 70.9 58.0 51.6 59.4 54.5 55.0 52.5 54.0 50.5 60.1 57.2 53.3 58.2 65.4 56.2 53.6 57.2 50.9 41.0 53.9 54.6 59.2 70.0 55.5 61.9 57.0 64.5 44.7 52.2 40.5 56.9 57.3 51.5 48.8 52.6 58.5 48.0 55.2 56.9 56.5 77.4 63.2 53.6 44.4 49.6 63.8 47.9 44.4 51.7 59.7 52.7 65.6 57.8 49.2 60.0 44.8 52.7 54.9 69.1

73.6 60.7 54.8 67.8 75.4 68.5 54.0 71.8 84.9 62.2 61.6 76.9 65.5 70.6 62.1 59.3 59.6 70.2 73.8 83.6 77.2 73.5 67.2 58.5 44.8 70.2 55.0 54.3 75.1 53.2 70.7 68.9 67.6 75.5 83.5 72.4 62.0 70.0 71.5 72.2 66.7 64.6 75.7 61.3 69.3 72.1 66.5 70.2 55.8 67.1 38.0 47.7 63.9 70.1 63.6 74.6 54.0 56.2 68.2 79.8 88.6 80.8 46.5 73.9 47.3 54.2 58.3 59.1 61.4 64.8 48.4 71.8 59.7 59.9 48.7 58.5 61.0 56.6 62.7 74.7

80.2 57.9 33.6 58.7 58.3 52.1 38.4 57.5 94.3 58.3 52.0 71.0 65.4 58.5 51.5 74.4 64.3 79.6 64.4 83.5 64.6 70.1 64.4 85.3 43.7 74.7 44.4 47.1 73.9 57.7 64.6 68.6 52.9 85.5 79.7 89.1 49.4 61.8 74.4 72.4 54.7 69.5 66.7 53.5 74.4 74.9 52.2 53.2 46.3 66.4 37.1 41.8 57.5 74.3 56.9 75.0 40.3 61.2 59.0 74.5 89.5 79.3 39.9 71.6 32.4 79.2 49.1 66.1 48.7 80.9 48.5 76.5 53.2 53.5 27.4 44.3 68.7 55.6 77.5 69.7

57.1 37.7 53.4 68.1 75.3 100.0 38.2 90.9 62.7 63.8 65.3 83.9 50.5 74.0 61.5 48.9 40.9 68.1 75.0 90.0 88.0 70.6 64.1 33.7 47.2 70.4 72.2 87.5 70.7 53.0 73.3 65.9 69.9 75.5 84.5 33.0 75.5 90.7 45.7 48.8 67.6 59.5 84.1 100.0 64.7 64.8 71.3 79.5 96.7 68.8 35.7 53.3 69.1 63.6 73.3 53.5 64.8 41.4 86.7 84.2 65.5 94.2 – 70.1 68.3 47.7 63.9 45.0 – 52.9 77.6 49.3 76.7 61.9 36.4 86.6 55.7 56.3 41.4 75.7

6.5 5.0 14.2 7.5 7.9 3.9 5.1 8.8 8.9 3.5 5.9 4.6 12.4 4.6 9.2 17.5 5.9 11.0 5.2 8.8 4.9 4.5 5.4 9.2 8.6 10.5 5.7 5.8 6.3 4.0 6.9 6.4 8.5 16.9 4.5 5.2 8.1 5.3 11.0 7.6 9.1 6.2 1.6 2.5 4.4 6.0 9.3 5.6 6.1 9.5 11.2 4.1 5.7 7.7 6.5 4.5 3.3 6.0 2.8 6.1 6.1 3.0 4.6 8.8 9.1 11.0 4.8 10.3 .5 9.5 7.8 7.5 2.8 6.4 6.6 3.8 8.3 8.3 11.2 2.7

78.6 80.4 77.1 75.1 70.2 82.1 82.1 84.9 76.8 80.9 80.8 83.2 80.4 82.3 81.3 76.7 81.9 70.3 76.3 77.6 79.6 80.5 74.5 79.1 78.8 78.5 84.6 56.6 75.8 75.9 70.0 74.8 75.5 72.8 83.3 78.4 83.4 81.0 81.6 75.4 78.8 78.5 77.7 79.6 74.1 75.6 78.1 81.6 76.8 72.5 84.5 78.4 74.4 74.8 76.8 74.6 80.7 79.9 79.5 80.0 77.2 85.5 83.0 80.7 74.5 71.2 78.2 78.7 76.9 78.2 71.2 79.5 78.3 87.3 77.1 85.9 81.6 75.0 83.3 81.0

85.3 87.3 86.3 81.5 84.0 87.4 88.4 88.3 81.1 88.3 87.3 90.1 87.8 86.1 86.3 83.9 85.1 74.1 84.0 81.9 85.2 92.3 81.7 81.9 85.7 82.9 93.4 61.7 82.0 80.8 76.5 80.4 81.0 80.6 87.0 83.3 88.9 88.6 87.2 79.8 76.5 84.8 82.3 86.9 80.7 81.7 83.5 87.8 81.9 74.8 87.7 89.4 81.9 83.2 82.8 89.1 87.6 86.9 84.9 88.9 78.5 91.8 88.4 85.3 76.6 78.8 83.6 84.8 86.2 83.5 83.5 84.1 85.3 88.6 77.9 94.3 84.9 79.1 85.5 88.8

71.5 72.2 67.0 69.0 56.4 75.0 75.9 81.2 72.2 74.2 72.9 75.5 73.8 77.6 76.9 68.7 78.1 66.9 69.6 73.3 73.8 68.5 67.5 75.8 69.3 74.2 73.2 49.2 70.2 70.3 63.7 69.8 70.2 64.8 79.7 73.8 77.3 72.1 73.6 70.2 81.1 72.3 73.3 72.8 66.4 68.1 72.8 75.3 71.0 70.1 78.5 68.0 66.4 66.1 69.7 60.0 71.1 73.0 73.5 70.5 75.8 78.8 75.2 75.5 71.7 63.8 71.7 72.6 62.0 72.5 65.5 75.2 71.4 85.9 76.1 76.9 77.8 71.2 81.5 72.1

17.5 19.1 24.3 12.5 14.5 3.6 23.0 29.4 13.5 24.9 8.9 20.8 19.4 10.0 22.0 27.2 11.9 27.4 27.0 17.5 20.4 10.2 26.2 15.7 11.8 15.1 13.4 41.6 23.2 10.4 29.1 19.7 22.5 23.0 29.5 17.6 12.1 9.0 7.1 18.1 14.3 16.4 29.5 13.5 14.9 7.4 9.5 10.1 9.7 17.3 9.2 26.6 8.9 12.4 6.5 15.3 27.1 14.5 5.7 6.1 8.4 21.6 26.7 15.1 8.6 23.3 21.1 15.4 5.4 13.2 37.4 17.1 15.4 15.1 11.2 14.5 11.4 19.4 17.6 9.3

39.9 25.0 27.9 26.9 42.3 53.3 24.5 25.7 30.2 6.1 44.9 25.4 34.2 27.5 27.0 47.7 36.4 22.7 6.6 23.7 12.5 31.9 8.0 35.5 28.8 39.4 27.7 12.7 32.8 44.2 7.2 11.8 23.1 34.1 11.6 31.8 29.2 30.0 49.3 28.1 29.0 17.1 7.1 10.1 30.0 45.0 41.0 32.7 8.9 21.2 41.4 17.0 17.9 35.5 32.1 23.8 16.4 32.8 5.3 43.3 53.4 10.5 8.2 36.7 28.5 23.5 16.5 24.2 24.2 37.7 8.0 33.5 12.4 39.2 3.3 35.7 46.4 22.5 36.5 29.1

18.4 19.3 30.8 16.4 23.3 18.9 22.3 27.7 32.1 11.7 19.3 14.9 21.5 12.6 19.8 35.5 8.6 24.6 12.6 19.3 16.4 10.2 11.9 15.8 20.3 31.0 17.5 12.2 20.9 19.6 11.8 20.5 14.3 31.1 10.9 16.2 17.2 15.1 23.5 30.8 23.5 16.0 11.8 13.8 15.4 15.4 19.0 16.4 12.6 22.7 20.6 16.2 13.8 20.1 17.4 9.4 16.5 13.3 12.4 17.7 24.1 12.0 16.4 32.7 26.2 14.1 15.3 22.7 6.6 27.1 16.9 19.9 15.2 21.7 11.2 8.9 34.3 18.6 24.2 10.4

.8 .3 1.7 .9 7.9 – – .5 – .8 – – 1.9 .1 1.3 – – 1.6 1.7 .3 1.6 .3 6.2 .9 – .1 – – – .5 5.1 3.0 1.8 1.6 1.0 .4 1.4 .1 .6 2.1 3.3 3.2 .4 – – .4 1.7 1.2 – 4.9 – .4 2.4 .2 .3 1.9 .7 1.4 1.9 1.3 – .2 – – 2.3 5.0 .3 1.3 – .4 1.0 1.0 – – .6 .6 – – 1.2 –

16.5 20.0 18.9 15.8 21.0 18.7 16.1 17.9 23.1 15.9 17.9 22.6 16.0 19.5 17.1 27.1 18.7 16.7 20.5 17.7 19.1 18.3 18.7 13.3 17.2 20.3 21.5 14.1 13.2 19.7 15.7 18.1 13.7 20.4 19.4 16.5 17.3 17.5 14.6 23.0 18.3 14.7 17.2 16.2 20.5 15.9 15.7 17.4 18.8 17.4 21.1 24.6 15.3 14.5 17.7 16.3 18.9 15.4 14.3 16.5 19.5 23.8 25.7 20.8 17.8 17.6 25.2 19.8 25.2 19.9 17.6 15.8 19.7 18.4 18.7 20.4 21.3 13.8 15.5 16.1

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 2.

Summary of Labor Force and Commuting Characteristics: 1990 Con.
Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor force Own children under 6 years in families and subfamilies Employed persons 16 years and over Workers 16 years and over

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION Con.
Moncks Corner town Mount Pleasant town Mullins city Murrells Inlet CDP Myrtle Beach city Newberry town New Ellenton town North Augusta city North Charleston city North Hartsville CDP Northlake CDP North Myrtle Beach city Oak Grove CDP Orangeburg city Pageland town Parker CDP Parris Island CDP Pendleton town Pickens town Piedmont CDP Port Royal town Red Bank CDP Red Hill CDP Rock Hill city St. Andrews CDP Saluda town Sans Souci CDP Saxon CDP Seneca town Seven Oaks CDP Shell Point CDP Simpsonville town Socastee CDP Southern Shops CDP South Sumter CDP Spartanburg city Springdale CDP Springdale town Summerville town Sumter city Surfside Beach town Taylors CDP Tega Cay city Travelers Rest city Union city Valencia Heights CDP Valley Falls CDP Wade Hampton CDP Walhalla town Walterboro city Welcome CDP Wellford city West Columbia city Westminster town Wilkinson Heights CDP Williamston town Williston town Winnsboro town Woodfield CDP Woodruff town York city

Female Living with two parents Percent with both parents in labor force Living with one parent Percent with parent in labor force

Percent at work 35 or more hours in reference week

Total

Male

Total

With own children under 6 years

Civilian labor force Percent unemployed

Total

Male

Female

Percent government workers (local, State, or Federal)

Percent in manufacturing industries

Percent in carpools

Percent using public transportation

Mean travel time to work (minutes)

65.0 74.5 59.8 60.7 73.9 56.7 59.0 68.2 75.2 64.4 69.4 61.3 75.5 53.0 63.5 60.3 98.1 63.7 52.5 68.7 70.6 74.5 67.0 66.8 71.2 59.2 64.6 56.9 62.6 76.0 75.4 77.6 77.6 53.3 55.8 60.9 64.8 68.2 70.3 68.2 65.6 75.3 79.4 65.9 59.1 72.5 75.7 68.6 61.6 54.4 65.6 61.1 68.1 66.0 59.4 61.6 67.8 62.6 75.6 63.6 69.0

76.0 84.3 67.9 69.9 82.3 62.6 71.2 78.5 85.9 79.4 78.7 68.0 86.1 61.0 78.8 72.4 99.9 74.4 60.5 77.7 80.2 81.1 73.5 76.2 67.9 65.4 74.9 61.5 72.7 85.9 85.3 87.5 85.5 53.8 62.1 70.0 73.5 72.7 82.7 81.9 69.9 85.5 89.2 75.5 70.2 72.2 85.3 78.5 67.2 65.1 76.0 64.7 73.1 74.8 72.2 67.6 72.9 69.0 82.7 75.3 79.9

56.4 65.4 54.1 51.5 64.6 52.2 48.2 59.2 61.9 50.0 60.6 55.1 65.2 47.0 52.2 49.8 89.5 55.9 45.7 60.4 62.1 68.3 61.1 59.3 74.7 54.3 56.1 52.5 54.2 67.5 65.9 68.8 69.8 52.8 51.1 53.9 57.5 63.8 59.2 53.5 61.6 66.3 70.0 57.3 51.2 72.8 66.2 60.1 57.0 46.5 56.3 58.0 63.8 58.7 49.6 56.7 63.7 57.0 69.3 54.8 60.7

60.0 65.7 77.5 54.7 62.2 77.5 64.4 65.5 60.6 46.4 78.8 54.9 65.5 72.1 50.4 67.1 59.7 68.2 57.9 69.0 65.5 70.5 62.7 73.6 77.8 55.2 64.2 50.8 60.7 67.6 72.9 75.1 57.2 69.4 60.9 64.8 68.8 68.2 61.5 55.8 69.2 66.1 67.9 71.0 72.2 82.4 78.7 57.0 73.5 55.7 60.5 79.8 64.2 66.8 67.4 74.6 82.0 62.9 79.4 83.3 78.6

55.9 60.5 78.3 38.0 51.9 80.7 64.8 63.6 54.6 40.3 65.0 48.4 55.2 73.2 71.7 63.0 57.1 78.7 58.8 60.6 47.1 59.7 55.4 72.6 72.9 49.3 61.1 43.2 60.6 59.5 62.4 72.6 53.9 79.5 96.8 62.2 75.5 58.8 57.1 51.1 64.7 62.2 69.0 63.4 82.5 79.6 61.2 44.6 63.8 51.8 53.7 22.6 59.3 61.9 57.9 42.1 90.8 56.5 67.9 73.8 76.9

46.3 91.7 72.6 82.7 82.6 73.5 100.0 65.9 62.6 76.2 100.0 100.0 95.2 65.2 24.5 81.4 100.0 62.1 41.0 71.9 73.1 82.6 66.2 72.4 83.4 59.2 78.4 42.6 38.1 86.5 77.5 94.4 79.2 51.9 37.1 61.0 76.7 66.7 79.1 55.0 56.5 76.1 – 100.0 60.8 70.3 100.0 84.3 76.2 57.3 74.8 100.0 72.7 75.8 66.1 85.0 70.2 62.1 74.4 91.3 74.5

7.2 2.0 7.2 3.0 5.3 9.2 7.7 3.6 7.0 5.2 1.9 4.0 3.4 9.5 6.9 8.4 15.1 10.1 7.3 6.0 8.0 4.6 3.0 6.9 2.4 8.2 4.8 7.8 9.1 2.8 3.5 3.7 2.9 4.8 16.7 6.9 9.2 3.2 4.7 8.5 5.4 3.0 3.6 5.7 7.9 5.1 5.5 3.8 7.8 9.3 4.0 7.7 4.2 4.0 11.5 7.5 11.2 7.8 5.1 5.9 7.5

82.6 81.5 82.1 78.1 76.4 75.6 84.8 80.7 80.3 77.3 75.0 77.0 83.4 67.5 81.2 74.0 51.4 77.7 81.9 85.1 78.4 80.4 80.6 77.0 85.6 74.9 78.3 76.1 77.3 80.1 77.3 82.8 78.5 74.4 75.1 76.6 81.7 81.3 78.8 75.6 76.6 81.0 81.1 82.5 78.9 77.8 81.8 78.2 83.1 74.0 83.6 84.3 77.9 82.5 73.1 79.1 79.0 79.6 82.5 79.8 78.1

88.6 88.3 88.5 83.7 83.9 83.3 91.0 91.0 88.3 83.6 83.9 83.4 86.2 75.7 84.9 78.6 74.2 79.1 90.2 87.6 87.6 86.9 89.8 83.8 89.2 82.9 85.3 83.6 83.0 85.7 81.4 91.5 80.9 79.2 80.6 85.6 90.9 87.5 87.0 83.4 80.0 89.3 89.2 86.4 85.1 78.6 86.5 85.7 92.5 78.7 90.4 86.4 84.8 85.5 74.3 81.6 89.5 86.2 86.6 86.8 87.1

76.3 73.9 76.5 70.4 69.0 68.3 76.5 69.0 71.8 67.5 64.2 69.8 79.8 59.5 77.0 67.8 46.8 76.3 72.9 82.0 69.9 73.3 70.5 69.9 82.2 67.0 70.5 67.4 70.6 73.9 72.9 72.8 75.7 67.9 70.0 67.6 72.1 74.4 69.9 68.0 73.5 71.4 71.7 77.8 72.7 77.0 75.6 69.8 73.8 69.1 75.1 82.1 71.0 79.4 71.8 76.5 69.0 72.6 78.2 72.3 69.5

29.0 24.8 14.1 10.2 10.8 16.0 24.6 21.2 24.9 11.7 11.1 11.3 17.0 20.0 14.3 5.6 41.1 25.5 12.3 8.2 22.4 18.3 18.4 13.1 26.2 17.8 7.3 7.4 16.1 25.5 28.4 8.6 12.2 4.7 16.7 13.2 4.1 22.5 25.6 22.3 10.7 9.9 5.1 6.9 16.3 35.8 7.5 10.8 13.4 18.5 7.2 10.2 20.5 15.2 22.7 7.4 31.1 15.0 28.7 6.9 12.3

16.7 9.4 40.1 5.9 5.6 29.9 31.1 19.9 14.3 35.3 24.4 6.7 14.9 18.9 38.6 33.8 3.8 34.8 41.4 35.2 10.4 19.1 9.5 26.7 9.5 32.5 29.3 35.9 31.8 10.3 6.2 35.3 8.5 41.0 41.4 26.5 48.0 17.5 15.3 19.1 7.1 22.1 15.4 34.1 45.9 9.3 31.4 17.0 45.5 15.3 32.8 48.2 10.0 53.5 37.4 52.1 27.6 35.9 11.5 44.0 40.3

13.5 11.3 20.8 7.4 15.0 23.6 19.0 15.9 15.0 16.7 11.6 12.2 13.3 19.5 21.7 21.5 8.7 20.2 22.3 11.8 12.2 18.7 14.1 19.9 10.7 21.9 15.9 16.1 21.1 12.3 10.1 13.5 14.7 17.0 24.6 16.1 26.6 7.7 16.4 14.4 14.2 9.5 5.6 14.7 23.6 15.0 9.3 8.8 12.9 18.1 19.6 19.4 17.8 21.8 25.6 19.6 26.2 26.2 16.4 26.1 25.9

– .3 .5 .5 1.2 1.4 1.0 .2 2.9 – – – .2 .5 – .1 1.2 .6 .6 – .8 .2 .9 .8 .3 1.5 1.0 1.8 .3 .2 1.5 .2 – 3.5 .8 3.0 – – .2 .9 – – .4 .5 2.6 .9 – .2 .4 2.2 .5 – 1.4 – 2.7 – – .7 1.7 – 1.0

18.9 20.1 14.7 17.0 13.2 16.0 24.0 23.3 19.1 17.4 20.2 15.8 20.5 15.1 21.2 19.3 9.6 16.4 16.9 20.9 17.8 24.6 19.8 19.7 18.3 19.1 18.2 16.2 16.3 18.2 19.8 17.6 17.3 14.4 16.2 16.3 20.2 17.8 25.8 14.1 16.7 18.8 25.4 20.5 17.7 17.2 15.3 16.3 17.8 19.6 18.5 16.9 16.8 16.5 15.1 19.3 21.9 15.6 19.1 18.2 20.0

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 3.

Summary of Occupation, Income, and Poverty Characteristics: 1990
Median income in 1989 (dollars) Median income in 1989 of year-round full-time workers (dollars)

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
The State

Percent of employed persons 16 years and over

Income in 1989 below poverty level

Percent of persons for whom poverty status is determined Manageri- Technical, al and sales, and profesadminissional trative specialty support occupaoccupations tions 22.1 28.5 Precision producOperation, tors, fabcraft, and ricators, repair oc- and laborcupations ers 13.8 21.1

Service occupations 12.5

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 2.1

Households 26 256

Families 30 797

Per capita income in 1989 (dollars) 11 897

Male 24 130

Female 16 140

All ages 15.4

Related children under 18 years 20.8

65 years and over 20.5

Percent of families 11.9

URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF PLACE
Urban Inside urbanized area Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural Place of 1,000 to 2,499 Place of less than 1,000 Other rural Rural farm 26.3 27.5 28.7 26.9 22.5 27.0 21.1 17.0 15.8 18.2 17.0 14.2 31.0 32.2 30.4 33.0 26.7 29.0 26.0 25.5 24.1 24.0 25.6 20.1 13.5 13.4 17.1 11.9 13.8 13.8 13.8 11.4 12.8 12.0 11.3 10.2 1.1 .9 1.0 .9 1.5 1.2 1.6 3.3 1.9 3.5 3.4 18.5 11.6 11.5 8.4 12.8 12.0 10.8 12.4 16.4 14.8 14.4 16.6 12.2 16.6 14.5 14.3 14.6 23.4 18.3 25.0 26.5 30.6 27.8 26.1 24.8 26 28 23 30 22 26 21 25 20 21 26 25 698 118 668 213 496 044 642 707 787 565 236 849 31 33 29 34 27 33 26 29 25 26 30 28 796 119 546 434 708 741 358 693 939 866 092 898 12 13 12 13 11 14 10 10 9 10 10 11 763 227 861 391 386 108 594 853 832 870 931 542 25 25 22 26 22 25 21 23 21 22 23 22 010 570 939 232 398 617 826 141 722 092 332 426 16 17 17 17 15 16 15 15 14 14 15 14 795 228 025 298 388 639 052 431 778 491 501 817 15.3 13.4 19.9 10.7 20.7 18.2 21.4 15.5 19.5 20.0 15.0 18.1 21.7 18.8 28.7 15.0 29.9 25.9 30.8 19.7 27.8 28.0 18.9 25.8 17.3 15.7 18.9 13.7 20.8 15.6 22.6 24.6 23.5 22.0 24.8 17.7 11.7 10.2 15.1 8.3 16.2 12.7 17.1 12.1 15.1 15.5 11.7 13.6

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN AREA
Inside metropolitan area In central city Not in central city Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Rural Outside metropolitan area Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural 24.5 29.1 23.5 26.7 27.1 23.2 18.7 17.9 22.8 24.5 22.3 25.0 21.5 15.4 30.4 30.3 30.5 32.3 33.0 26.7 27.7 25.1 28.0 32.1 26.8 29.2 26.0 23.6 12.3 16.9 11.4 11.7 11.7 11.5 10.8 12.9 15.0 16.3 14.6 14.9 14.5 11.9 1.4 1.0 1.5 .9 .8 1.4 2.3 3.3 1.6 1.5 1.6 1.1 1.7 4.2 13.4 8.2 14.5 12.7 12.7 13.2 17.2 14.4 11.8 12.7 11.6 10.8 11.8 15.7 17.9 14.5 18.7 15.6 14.7 24.0 23.2 26.4 20.8 12.8 23.2 19.0 24.5 29.2 28 23 29 29 30 24 29 22 22 24 21 26 20 23 449 900 531 856 397 996 028 868 530 740 891 239 845 076 33 30 33 34 34 31 32 27 27 28 26 32 25 27 196 234 735 371 724 209 769 083 085 306 675 730 326 083 12 12 12 13 13 12 12 10 11 12 11 14 10 9 810 864 798 323 455 203 009 492 470 497 143 334 238 953 25 24 25 26 26 25 25 21 21 20 21 24 21 21 776 756 917 259 370 004 435 518 350 304 790 820 225 599 16 17 16 17 17 16 16 14 15 15 15 16 14 14 895 295 831 247 378 131 262 829 222 550 114 629 649 629 12.9 20.2 11.4 11.2 10.6 16.5 11.7 19.1 20.4 15.2 22.0 18.2 23.0 18.5 17.0 29.4 14.8 15.3 14.7 20.4 14.0 26.1 30.3 22.5 32.5 29.6 33.2 24.1 17.6 19.2 17.2 14.4 13.9 17.2 21.2 24.2 20.2 13.6 21.8 17.1 23.4 26.8 9.7 15.4 8.7 8.6 8.3 11.2 8.8 15.2 16.2 11.4 17.7 14.2 18.7 14.7

COUNTY
Abbeville County Aiken County Allendale County Anderson County Bamberg County Barnwell County Beaufort County Berkeley County Calhoun County Charleston County Cherokee County Chester County Chesterfield County Clarendon County Colleton County Darlington County Dillon County Dorchester County Edgefield County Fairfield County Florence County Georgetown County Greenville County Greenwood County Hampton County Horry County Jasper County Kershaw County Lancaster County Laurens County Lee County Lexington County McCormick County Marion County Marlboro County Newberry County Oconee County Orangeburg County Pickens County Richland County Saluda County Spartanburg County Sumter County Union County Williamsburg County York County 15.2 24.5 17.3 18.8 16.6 20.2 26.5 19.3 16.2 26.8 14.7 13.7 13.5 17.1 15.3 17.8 15.5 23.9 18.6 14.6 21.4 19.6 26.2 21.0 15.3 22.6 14.2 18.5 14.6 16.5 12.1 26.4 15.2 15.4 14.1 17.6 17.5 18.2 21.5 31.5 13.8 19.7 19.2 13.7 14.5 21.3 21.6 27.7 19.8 26.5 23.1 25.0 32.0 30.8 25.8 30.9 21.5 23.0 20.2 22.1 25.7 26.4 23.7 30.1 21.6 22.7 29.8 25.0 31.2 24.9 23.1 31.3 23.9 28.3 26.0 21.8 20.8 35.5 17.4 21.7 21.1 24.8 23.2 25.0 27.5 33.4 21.3 27.3 26.4 21.3 19.3 28.8 10.4 11.1 15.7 11.4 13.9 12.8 17.6 11.8 11.6 15.4 11.2 10.9 8.8 13.1 14.4 13.4 11.8 12.2 9.3 12.6 13.3 15.5 10.8 11.5 15.4 16.6 21.6 10.1 8.6 13.5 12.9 10.2 14.9 11.6 11.0 12.2 8.9 13.7 11.0 14.7 10.6 11.8 13.3 11.3 11.9 11.1 2.5 1.8 6.1 1.3 5.0 4.3 2.9 1.1 5.9 1.6 1.4 2.3 4.0 5.0 5.2 3.0 4.8 1.4 6.1 3.3 3.0 3.0 1.0 1.1 4.1 3.5 6.6 3.2 1.4 1.6 6.5 1.5 3.0 5.0 3.9 4.6 2.1 3.9 1.1 1.2 6.6 1.1 3.0 1.4 5.9 1.3 14.8 16.6 12.9 15.7 12.5 14.0 11.9 18.7 15.8 13.5 17.3 15.2 14.8 14.4 15.5 13.7 11.8 16.0 14.2 12.7 13.4 14.6 11.8 14.7 14.0 13.6 14.4 15.6 17.2 14.9 12.6 13.4 14.9 11.7 13.6 13.1 17.6 13.7 15.3 8.4 16.5 14.2 14.9 15.2 12.3 14.9 35.3 18.3 28.2 26.2 28.9 23.7 9.1 18.3 24.6 11.9 34.0 34.8 38.8 28.4 23.8 25.8 32.4 16.3 30.2 34.0 19.0 22.3 19.0 26.9 28.3 12.5 19.4 24.3 32.2 31.8 35.1 12.9 34.6 34.5 36.3 27.7 30.6 25.6 23.6 10.8 31.2 25.9 23.2 37.2 36.0 22.5 23 29 15 25 17 23 30 29 23 26 24 23 21 17 20 22 18 30 23 21 24 23 29 23 18 24 18 28 25 24 18 32 19 17 18 23 25 20 26 28 22 26 22 21 18 31 170 994 013 748 496 501 450 106 750 875 655 054 069 645 617 642 365 764 021 484 264 981 088 584 615 959 071 282 320 905 174 914 226 825 068 405 723 216 336 848 176 941 387 526 409 288 28 35 18 31 21 28 34 30 28 31 28 26 25 21 25 26 22 34 28 25 28 27 34 29 22 28 22 31 29 29 22 37 24 21 22 28 30 24 32 34 27 31 25 26 21 35 501 307 227 228 378 571 534 913 678 374 925 812 559 207 508 754 144 209 613 781 718 448 560 385 964 504 409 562 864 195 201 358 040 873 231 005 858 473 492 357 466 857 683 003 985 875 10 13 7 12 8 10 15 10 9 13 10 9 9 8 9 10 8 11 10 9 11 11 13 11 8 12 7 11 11 10 7 14 7 8 7 10 12 9 11 13 9 12 9 9 7 13 214 127 458 027 438 611 213 942 983 068 406 806 455 181 193 510 077 884 651 011 007 084 918 429 578 385 984 937 041 739 569 259 929 185 948 487 352 004 427 243 814 218 997 669 632 306 22 30 18 24 17 25 22 25 21 23 22 21 21 18 21 23 17 27 22 21 23 23 27 23 21 20 20 25 22 21 19 27 19 19 18 21 23 21 24 25 21 24 20 20 18 26 252 738 969 442 939 236 131 273 683 410 937 409 827 552 539 102 911 911 410 596 987 074 162 032 178 967 742 113 592 987 939 472 869 005 191 529 507 462 325 098 038 381 008 868 766 545 15 17 12 15 13 15 16 15 15 17 15 15 14 12 14 14 13 16 14 15 14 14 17 16 13 14 12 16 15 15 13 17 13 12 14 14 15 13 15 18 14 16 14 14 12 17 400 686 373 961 929 448 581 694 790 172 836 376 521 158 012 712 588 333 897 052 964 443 203 206 544 573 309 108 859 152 511 939 107 459 068 558 400 655 456 225 746 267 826 054 359 371 13.5 14.0 35.8 12.0 28.2 21.8 13.6 12.3 20.1 17.3 14.9 16.8 19.3 29.0 23.4 19.9 28.1 11.5 16.6 20.6 20.1 20.2 10.5 15.4 27.7 15.2 25.3 12.9 14.8 12.9 29.6 8.4 22.8 28.6 26.6 15.3 11.4 24.9 12.5 13.8 18.3 11.8 20.6 17.0 28.7 10.3 16.8 18.8 48.9 15.4 39.0 30.4 20.0 15.8 27.8 25.9 19.2 22.6 23.9 37.2 29.2 26.2 37.0 13.3 21.8 26.4 26.3 28.7 13.8 21.2 37.9 22.4 33.4 16.2 20.8 17.5 38.4 10.4 29.8 37.4 34.6 22.8 13.6 32.4 11.2 18.0 25.1 15.8 27.4 21.3 36.1 12.9 19.0 18.5 38.1 19.0 26.1 25.1 13.8 22.5 26.4 17.6 23.9 22.7 29.0 31.8 30.5 28.5 36.8 22.6 22.4 27.2 28.0 21.6 15.7 20.1 35.0 15.9 33.7 19.3 21.2 19.6 32.0 14.3 31.6 35.2 32.9 19.7 17.6 32.4 15.2 15.1 20.7 18.1 26.4 25.8 37.6 15.2 10.9 11.0 33.5 8.6 23.1 17.6 11.0 10.5 16.0 13.8 11.3 13.0 15.6 25.3 19.8 15.7 22.1 9.2 13.7 16.1 15.9 15.8 7.8 12.2 22.0 11.6 22.4 10.0 11.5 9.7 23.9 6.3 19.8 24.1 21.5 11.4 8.1 20.7 7.3 10.1 14.5 8.8 16.9 13.4 24.2 7.6

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 3.

Summary of Occupation, Income, and Poverty Characteristics: 1990 Con.
Median income in 1989 (dollars) Median income in 1989 of year-round full-time workers (dollars)

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
Abbeville city Aiken city Allendale town Anderson city Andrews town Arial CDP Bamberg town Barnwell city Batesburg town Beaufort city Belton city Belvedere CDP Bennettsville city Berea CDP Bishopville town Blackville town Boiling Springs CDP Brookdale CDP Burton CDP Camden city Cayce city Centerville CDP Charleston city Cheraw town Cherryvale CDP Chester city Clearwater CDP Clemson city Clinton city Clover town Columbia city Conway city Darlington city Denmark city Dentsville CDP Dillon city Dunean CDP Easley city East Gaffney CDP Edgefield town Edisto CDP Florence city Forest Acres city Forestbrook CDP Fort Mill town Fountain Inn town Gaffney city Gantt CDP Garden City CDP Georgetown city Gloverville CDP Goose Creek city Greenville city Greenwood city Greer city Hampton town Hanahan city Hartsville city Hilton Head Island town Homeland Park CDP Honea Path town Irmo town Isle of Palms city Johnston town Judson CDP Kingstree town Ladson CDP Lake City city Lake Wylie CDP Lancaster city Laurel Bay CDP Laurens city Lexington town Liberty town Little River CDP Lugoff CDP McColl town Manning city Marion city Mauldin city

Percent of employed persons 16 years and over

Income in 1989 below poverty level

Percent of persons for whom poverty status is determined Manageri- Technical, al and sales, and profesadminissional trative specialty support occupaoccupations tions Precision producOperation, tors, fabcraft, and ricators, repair oc- and laborcupations ers

Service occupations

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations

Households

Families

Per capita income in 1989 (dollars)

Male

Female

All ages

Related children under 18 years

65 years and over

Percent of families

18.6 38.2 18.4 22.1 9.5 13.5 17.4 26.3 10.2 28.8 17.2 20.1 23.4 16.9 17.5 15.0 19.7 18.9 21.4 29.1 19.7 23.0 31.6 24.2 13.2 16.3 19.2 44.6 19.7 11.1 33.7 26.4 23.9 20.0 32.6 21.5 16.7 24.0 6.8 23.2 11.5 27.9 46.5 35.9 24.6 15.1 18.0 17.0 20.1 21.8 8.2 22.1 30.2 18.8 14.7 17.4 24.4 27.4 33.3 10.3 15.7 36.9 43.8 17.1 3.8 34.1 16.4 18.5 50.9 21.5 18.6 20.6 32.8 17.6 28.8 22.4 7.8 16.2 23.2 34.4

23.1 27.7 21.3 27.9 24.9 14.4 31.2 26.0 21.5 33.8 18.3 30.6 23.2 33.5 23.1 19.9 30.9 22.3 32.9 30.2 40.7 35.6 30.5 25.7 23.7 21.2 31.6 26.8 19.6 22.1 32.9 31.5 24.7 19.2 35.9 26.5 25.9 29.8 16.7 21.8 24.0 31.3 36.2 35.6 30.4 25.6 21.8 25.8 43.7 27.0 26.3 33.9 30.0 23.7 25.1 27.8 31.2 22.0 35.2 21.2 19.4 42.5 33.3 26.6 17.1 22.7 35.0 26.2 36.7 22.0 39.6 24.0 39.5 29.9 32.5 34.3 19.1 27.9 21.0 36.0

12.4 10.9 18.1 17.4 19.9 11.0 10.4 13.6 17.2 15.5 14.2 10.3 13.2 13.3 14.5 10.3 11.5 22.0 17.2 10.7 14.0 8.8 19.3 10.7 14.5 13.8 9.8 11.5 22.8 12.3 16.5 17.2 19.6 13.4 12.6 13.8 17.1 10.0 18.9 15.2 16.7 16.2 6.2 11.5 9.4 10.0 13.4 13.0 13.0 19.0 12.0 12.8 16.3 14.9 15.4 11.2 10.2 17.7 16.3 12.6 10.3 6.6 6.4 4.9 26.8 12.7 11.7 12.0 9.2 11.2 20.3 14.6 10.2 9.3 17.1 8.0 5.1 16.5 12.9 5.8

.8 1.6 3.2 .8 1.1 – 2.1 1.7 4.2 1.9 1.2 .3 2.4 .5 4.2 5.9 1.0 1.5 1.5 .7 .5 .3 1.0 2.2 – 1.1 – 2.2 1.8 1.1 1.2 1.9 1.5 2.5 .6 2.4 .9 .6 1.8 3.5 2.0 .9 1.0 2.6 .4 1.3 .9 .7 2.7 1.8 – .5 .9 .3 1.3 2.3 1.1 .8 1.4 .5 .8 .2 1.3 4.3 .3 2.0 1.3 2.3 1.4 1.0 1.2 .7 2.5 .9 3.6 .6 2.7 2.4 2.5 .4

9.7 9.5 12.2 10.1 17.1 15.9 11.6 13.0 17.9 11.4 15.7 16.7 8.0 14.0 10.2 10.3 15.1 12.9 10.7 9.5 10.8 13.9 8.6 8.7 24.4 13.4 21.8 6.2 10.0 18.4 6.6 8.2 9.2 13.7 8.8 9.6 14.9 14.1 16.5 14.3 21.8 8.5 5.5 9.5 11.5 13.1 13.0 12.0 13.2 10.1 18.1 16.3 7.3 14.0 15.2 11.5 19.0 10.6 9.1 20.6 16.5 7.1 11.5 10.7 18.9 10.7 21.9 16.4 1.2 14.4 11.2 10.3 6.5 14.1 11.1 13.2 18.3 12.4 10.7 8.7

35.4 12.1 26.8 21.7 27.3 45.2 27.4 19.4 29.1 8.6 33.5 21.9 29.7 21.7 30.5 38.6 21.9 22.4 16.3 20.0 14.3 18.5 9.1 28.5 24.1 34.3 17.6 8.7 26.1 35.1 9.2 14.8 21.1 31.2 9.6 26.2 24.5 21.4 39.4 22.0 24.0 15.2 4.5 4.8 23.7 34.9 32.9 31.6 7.3 20.3 35.5 14.5 15.3 28.4 28.5 29.7 14.1 21.5 4.7 34.8 37.2 6.7 3.7 36.4 33.1 17.7 13.6 24.6 .6 29.9 9.1 29.8 8.5 28.3 6.9 21.4 46.9 24.7 29.7 14.7

18 33 13 19 15 25 18 23 19 26 21 33 19 27 15 15 30 15 23 25 27 35 25 17 22 19 25 22 21 21 23 21 18 13 32 20 19 26 16 15 17 24 36 31 25 27 21 26 26 18 16 30 23 18 18 21 28 21 42 20 18 42 47 20 15 16 31 14 64 20 27 22 29 24 28 29 15 15 15 41

820 273 119 433 871 402 226 321 071 468 812 878 120 075 451 928 012 894 998 382 065 841 153 690 039 035 392 265 756 266 216 241 686 418 095 114 012 674 171 292 250 906 516 050 067 375 515 584 778 257 786 007 963 683 049 699 435 218 995 702 947 281 702 774 978 432 416 741 626 405 356 338 420 895 705 941 170 794 778 524

25 40 13 25 19 31 23 28 21 29 27 36 23 30 22 18 35 17 26 32 32 38 32 23 23 23 29 46 26 28 28 24 24 17 36 26 24 33 20 19 18 31 47 34 32 30 26 30 29 21 21 30 30 23 22 27 33 26 49 24 25 44 54 24 19 19 32 18 70 26 27 26 35 29 35 35 17 18 21 45

075 370 897 523 801 016 156 982 420 392 864 889 361 821 756 355 208 413 555 262 478 843 212 427 608 258 511 917 500 061 488 508 906 008 995 469 893 004 976 615 726 048 471 574 047 525 836 361 190 973 780 187 997 415 957 315 294 096 419 144 022 349 178 755 167 720 015 237 789 523 056 831 368 516 108 790 342 869 147 990

10 15 7 10 7 11 8 11 8 13 10 12 8 12 8 7 12 7 9 13 13 13 14 11 9 9 11 13 9 11 12 10 9 6 13 9 11 13 8 9 7 12 22 12 12 12 10 12 14 9 8 9 14 9 9 11 13 11 25 9 9 14 25 9 7 9 10 7 33 10 7 10 13 11 16 14 6 7 8 16

284 619 690 866 271 094 752 273 677 731 918 993 641 194 380 398 577 131 957 645 928 467 093 326 169 145 755 772 537 246 210 797 795 809 848 253 008 137 493 343 400 831 783 607 439 562 712 646 947 689 569 935 708 717 559 096 937 819 171 284 944 684 421 619 054 485 863 733 571 668 762 208 800 216 384 261 923 606 733 273

20 35 21 22 20 20 19 27 20 24 20 30 19 25 20 15 25 17 21 24 24 30 26 25 16 20 30 38 20 23 21 23 22 16 26 20 21 25 20 22 20 27 31 27 27 22 23 21 27 21 21 24 26 19 21 25 23 26 31 20 21 31 40 20 17 21 24 17 62 22 21 23 30 22 25 29 20 20 19 35

024 580 827 834 411 805 875 479 150 415 970 774 957 059 083 625 774 208 255 462 129 150 736 767 764 404 066 176 998 750 777 245 453 376 456 925 070 442 308 750 690 170 886 353 066 599 975 855 485 724 068 415 205 929 583 000 988 824 803 280 379 201 745 938 711 091 401 955 559 452 289 864 873 750 833 115 062 230 844 411

15 18 12 15 11 14 13 15 15 16 13 17 15 16 16 14 16 13 16 17 17 16 18 15 12 15 17 20 13 15 18 14 13 12 19 14 14 15 14 14 12 16 22 18 18 17 16 16 15 14 16 15 17 15 14 16 15 15 19 14 15 20 22 14 15 15 15 11 21 15 12 14 17 15 15 18 15 11 12 18

574 422 474 409 077 787 851 508 048 257 848 688 018 536 014 236 741 659 550 206 292 920 254 445 367 126 745 573 902 337 119 708 808 540 009 433 838 982 869 038 220 206 091 085 577 298 559 028 069 387 058 229 949 396 337 250 678 750 330 327 682 778 045 969 386 750 108 999 857 746 676 905 282 067 045 199 246 098 752 733

19.7 15.7 43.7 19.9 25.9 12.2 34.1 25.5 28.3 14.3 15.1 10.2 28.9 7.9 31.1 30.2 5.8 32.7 15.3 18.6 9.3 6.0 21.6 28.9 21.7 21.4 13.5 28.7 16.4 14.9 21.2 23.6 28.7 33.1 9.0 24.9 17.1 10.7 22.4 27.4 34.9 21.8 5.5 8.4 15.7 11.1 20.7 9.9 7.5 29.6 27.3 9.0 17.7 22.9 19.9 20.2 7.5 23.5 7.0 15.9 12.6 2.3 2.1 24.1 23.7 39.3 9.3 40.0 1.1 26.4 5.4 19.9 10.9 6.4 13.5 4.5 33.3 30.6 31.5 3.5

29.8 23.1 63.8 29.0 33.8 19.3 47.8 41.2 46.3 24.3 25.5 16.0 36.9 10.1 44.3 42.1 8.1 39.7 17.5 25.6 12.3 8.2 32.4 38.4 37.1 28.1 21.4 9.1 24.3 16.8 28.4 34.4 39.6 42.4 12.0 37.7 19.3 15.2 24.8 41.2 47.6 30.4 9.9 9.4 24.2 13.1 31.7 13.3 15.3 44.5 43.3 11.7 28.0 36.4 24.7 33.0 12.3 32.9 11.3 21.4 13.5 2.6 3.0 36.8 29.1 60.2 12.6 51.6 – 45.2 6.8 28.3 18.3 3.5 29.8 7.5 37.4 41.8 46.5 3.0

15.0 16.2 34.7 19.6 27.9 25.6 20.6 18.8 17.9 16.9 21.3 12.2 27.5 9.9 28.0 32.9 9.1 35.7 32.8 18.9 12.2 12.3 19.4 28.8 19.1 26.4 18.5 4.7 19.1 19.4 16.7 18.0 30.3 35.2 10.6 28.9 22.6 12.8 38.4 21.7 36.5 23.0 3.3 7.6 13.0 16.0 23.5 12.3 4.6 26.0 21.8 12.7 18.1 19.9 28.1 26.4 6.0 27.1 5.9 19.4 20.3 12.6 – 18.6 24.3 35.1 23.0 39.4 – 21.3 63.3 22.0 – 22.7 9.7 2.1 42.4 27.8 29.9 12.7

17.7 11.1 42.8 14.8 22.3 6.6 21.3 19.6 22.9 12.9 7.7 7.0 22.7 5.8 26.5 27.3 2.7 30.5 12.7 12.8 7.0 4.1 16.3 26.1 21.2 18.3 12.7 7.0 13.5 11.7 15.7 19.2 23.6 33.4 6.5 17.6 14.2 8.3 16.5 25.1 29.6 17.8 2.5 6.4 12.8 7.3 16.8 8.2 4.9 23.7 20.0 7.9 13.7 19.1 15.1 13.4 5.0 19.8 5.4 11.9 7.1 1.5 1.6 17.6 17.6 29.8 8.7 34.3 – 21.8 5.1 15.7 10.8 3.0 9.3 2.9 27.7 28.3 27.4 2.3

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 3.

Summary of Occupation, Income, and Poverty Characteristics: 1990 Con.
Median income in 1989 (dollars) Median income in 1989 of year-round full-time workers (dollars)

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION Con.
Moncks Corner town Mount Pleasant town Mullins city Murrells Inlet CDP Myrtle Beach city Newberry town New Ellenton town North Augusta city North Charleston city North Hartsville CDP Northlake CDP North Myrtle Beach city Oak Grove CDP Orangeburg city Pageland town Parker CDP Parris Island CDP Pendleton town Pickens town Piedmont CDP Port Royal town Red Bank CDP Red Hill CDP Rock Hill city St. Andrews CDP Saluda town Sans Souci CDP Saxon CDP Seneca town Seven Oaks CDP Shell Point CDP Simpsonville town Socastee CDP Southern Shops CDP South Sumter CDP Spartanburg city Springdale CDP Springdale town Summerville town Sumter city Surfside Beach town Taylors CDP Tega Cay city Travelers Rest city Union city Valencia Heights CDP Valley Falls CDP Wade Hampton CDP Walhalla town Walterboro city Welcome CDP Wellford city West Columbia city Westminster town Wilkinson Heights CDP Williamston town Williston town Winnsboro town Woodfield CDP Woodruff town York city

Percent of employed persons 16 years and over

Income in 1989 below poverty level

Percent of persons for whom poverty status is determined Manageri- Technical, al and sales, and profesadminissional trative specialty support occupaoccupations tions Precision producOperation, tors, fabcraft, and ricators, repair oc- and laborcupations ers

Service occupations

Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations

Households

Families

Per capita income in 1989 (dollars)

Male

Female

All ages

Related children under 18 years

65 years and over

Percent of families

25.3 41.6 16.5 31.0 26.9 20.2 19.9 33.7 18.9 16.4 36.4 32.6 23.6 28.4 21.2 7.2 10.8 22.7 13.5 14.6 24.4 23.6 28.0 21.8 34.3 15.6 15.8 7.9 18.3 42.1 26.0 27.8 18.8 7.7 11.2 26.1 7.9 23.8 29.2 25.0 32.0 36.5 42.1 17.6 16.1 36.0 24.4 37.2 16.3 28.9 12.1 7.4 22.2 15.9 13.0 15.1 22.2 18.5 24.2 13.6 14.7

28.8 33.8 26.3 23.7 31.8 25.7 23.0 29.9 31.6 24.2 38.4 34.1 37.9 35.5 19.5 24.3 61.6 21.4 23.0 25.2 27.3 34.6 37.4 29.1 38.1 23.2 30.6 22.8 26.4 37.0 33.0 29.8 34.2 17.9 20.2 26.7 19.8 46.9 29.3 31.3 27.7 36.0 40.1 23.2 21.5 37.0 26.3 41.6 22.8 29.6 30.7 18.5 36.2 18.4 22.3 18.7 27.3 23.1 35.3 26.0 21.3

12.9 8.4 11.4 18.2 22.0 15.0 16.4 10.2 15.7 11.2 6.1 17.7 9.1 13.2 6.1 10.3 17.3 13.4 15.1 13.9 22.1 8.5 10.1 14.7 12.7 12.2 12.6 15.4 12.3 8.1 12.3 7.4 17.1 17.6 15.8 16.8 10.3 7.6 13.3 14.7 19.1 10.6 6.3 11.0 13.0 10.6 8.4 8.3 9.6 16.9 10.6 15.3 15.3 8.7 17.3 5.1 15.5 13.9 15.3 16.4 13.7

1.2 1.0 1.5 2.4 1.6 1.5 1.0 .8 1.2 2.8 – 1.3 .5 1.8 7.7 .9 – 2.0 1.7 .8 .8 .5 .3 1.1 1.0 3.4 1.8 .4 1.1 .5 .5 – 1.1 1.0 3.6 .7 .4 1.4 1.6 .9 3.0 .4 .5 .6 .4 1.4 – .9 1.9 1.2 .8 .6 1.0 – 1.4 – 2.7 1.7 1.2 1.7 3.0

16.4 9.3 9.8 10.5 9.9 10.3 16.7 14.2 16.1 18.4 9.6 9.9 16.3 7.3 10.0 20.4 6.5 14.8 9.7 18.7 13.7 16.0 13.9 11.2 6.0 18.8 17.6 19.4 12.7 7.1 17.2 15.0 19.2 16.9 18.2 7.7 20.2 11.3 13.2 10.6 15.2 7.0 6.0 19.2 13.2 8.4 21.7 5.6 16.6 7.3 18.8 14.5 12.7 9.9 9.1 21.0 11.6 12.6 13.4 10.6 12.5

15.4 5.9 34.5 14.3 7.9 27.3 22.9 11.2 16.5 26.9 9.5 4.3 12.6 13.8 35.5 36.8 3.8 25.7 37.0 26.8 11.5 16.7 10.4 22.1 7.9 26.9 21.6 34.1 29.2 5.2 11.1 20.0 9.6 38.8 31.0 22.0 41.5 9.0 13.4 17.6 3.1 9.5 5.0 28.4 35.8 6.6 19.2 6.5 32.8 16.1 27.1 43.8 12.7 47.1 36.9 40.1 20.7 30.2 10.5 31.8 34.7

24 38 14 25 24 19 26 32 21 21 39 29 33 22 20 18 22 20 16 28 24 31 26 26 28 21 21 17 21 37 31 34 28 20 14 22 17 36 31 21 29 39 56 24 18 22 27 33 21 17 23 23 23 23 15 21 27 18 31 23 21

009 605 511 422 869 063 155 877 824 956 115 793 895 176 777 336 150 571 767 601 142 250 928 615 975 234 778 020 867 635 765 990 381 018 674 423 038 884 448 221 304 137 170 960 794 443 813 912 250 167 565 851 038 307 158 532 321 933 184 673 767

27 44 20 27 29 25 31 38 23 27 43 34 38 31 24 22 22 26 23 35 27 33 29 31 34 25 26 21 27 42 37 40 31 22 16 29 20 41 35 24 32 42 61 28 25 28 34 40 27 21 27 27 29 29 16 26 33 22 34 28 27

664 796 268 260 493 025 490 190 435 961 529 664 728 318 388 004 150 759 167 881 331 560 110 404 870 409 594 316 092 526 686 059 024 060 197 304 136 589 198 190 097 560 471 321 762 486 888 263 640 486 870 222 191 240 233 530 286 813 955 214 438

11 18 7 16 14 9 11 16 10 12 17 17 13 9 7 8 8 10 8 12 11 11 12 11 14 8 10 7 11 17 11 13 11 8 5 12 8 15 12 11 14 15 23 10 9 13 14 17 10 10 10 8 11 13 6 10 12 10 13 10 9

615 931 916 033 752 397 373 134 315 887 793 416 567 890 996 268 819 060 984 237 402 452 010 481 369 621 557 429 560 171 317 698 030 623 672 142 492 787 556 495 506 817 207 341 231 298 089 737 326 948 507 989 899 351 173 451 016 069 136 077 790

25 33 16 22 19 21 29 34 17 24 36 27 27 26 20 18 12 23 21 24 19 25 20 23 23 17 21 18 21 31 24 29 21 18 14 25 19 30 28 18 27 32 43 21 20 21 24 33 21 22 21 19 21 21 15 24 26 19 25 23 21

975 128 520 373 282 025 758 349 907 911 538 393 536 313 755 830 733 542 045 294 869 890 896 160 816 813 829 958 857 789 342 339 698 324 396 162 861 574 174 996 039 609 578 789 571 754 661 278 147 000 491 570 834 022 833 018 250 009 634 207 460

16 21 12 14 14 13 14 18 14 15 18 17 18 16 13 13 10 16 13 16 13 16 14 16 19 14 15 14 15 21 16 17 15 12 12 16 14 19 17 15 18 18 24 15 13 17 16 19 15 16 15 14 16 15 11 16 19 12 17 17 14

765 154 606 447 920 845 975 436 908 135 625 566 377 010 205 903 390 292 087 590 662 662 418 798 259 114 102 464 482 354 121 738 016 025 465 419 333 019 111 803 993 937 384 094 431 374 838 451 274 594 184 167 411 925 554 039 643 466 855 128 859

21.5 5.8 31.2 15.3 11.7 25.2 11.2 9.3 21.7 22.6 5.9 9.9 5.2 25.0 29.3 17.0 6.4 24.0 16.6 7.7 13.6 8.7 12.2 16.4 7.4 22.5 10.0 21.7 17.5 5.1 12.0 4.0 7.6 15.9 42.4 21.8 27.2 4.7 9.8 20.7 5.5 7.0 1.5 12.4 22.1 14.2 9.3 5.1 9.1 32.3 10.6 6.9 14.6 12.4 36.6 16.0 16.8 20.8 5.9 16.8 17.6

32.0 7.2 39.6 37.9 16.9 37.4 9.2 14.3 34.6 31.3 10.6 20.3 4.6 35.2 32.6 19.5 7.6 33.6 18.6 5.9 23.2 9.9 16.6 21.9 5.4 37.0 13.3 28.5 27.2 6.1 19.6 4.1 9.7 19.2 59.0 34.2 41.0 5.4 12.4 27.0 9.3 11.4 1.2 17.2 31.5 15.1 5.4 6.7 5.9 44.3 15.9 9.5 24.1 13.7 44.2 21.3 26.5 30.9 7.1 18.2 20.1

13.1 8.7 34.4 4.0 8.5 27.8 18.7 10.9 18.2 39.5 5.9 2.1 12.2 25.3 41.0 19.6 – 23.1 21.0 15.7 11.4 20.9 11.4 18.5 15.7 12.6 16.6 28.1 18.8 5.4 6.7 12.0 5.1 23.3 50.4 22.1 13.8 14.7 15.0 22.8 6.1 12.0 10.0 12.6 26.6 8.0 11.5 5.7 15.5 29.8 12.2 17.1 14.6 23.1 34.7 17.3 20.3 16.8 7.0 27.4 19.7

18.6 4.2 27.7 9.9 8.3 19.9 7.4 7.1 19.2 16.9 5.5 6.9 3.9 19.3 25.3 13.1 5.4 19.6 14.5 5.9 13.1 6.3 9.2 12.1 3.6 18.0 8.0 17.2 12.8 4.1 8.6 3.4 6.6 10.0 33.1 17.1 23.2 2.8 8.3 16.6 3.7 5.9 1.0 10.5 16.8 9.1 5.4 3.9 5.2 25.9 7.2 3.5 10.1 7.3 30.0 11.4 12.7 20.2 3.7 16.1 16.4

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 4.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Place of 1,000 to 2,499

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Total

Inside urbanized area

Total

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Place of less than 1,000

Rural farm

RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race 3 486 703 2 407 683 1 040 010 8 935 8 771 103 61 21 298 20 403 2 819 5 491 1 876 4 046 2 473 1 357 141 40 545 571 1 044 895 519 59 213 104 8 777 1 905 740 1 313 216 563 740 4 877 4 733 83 61 17 447 16 825 2 415 4 843 1 527 3 328 1 772 1 146 58 6 483 470 777 622 374 57 152 39 6 460 1 425 272 1 012 974 388 508 3 490 3 393 63 34 15 056 14 520 2 139 4 251 1 192 2 944 1 529 1 024 58 – 359 407 617 536 353 39 113 31 5 244 442 425 261 936 174 224 841 836 5 – 3 780 3 553 844 472 186 961 517 292 – – – 130 151 227 127 26 66 8 1 644 982 751 214 2 2 847 038 284 649 557 58 34 276 967 295 779 006 983 012 732 58 – 359 277 466 309 226 13 47 23 600 108 254 74 490 32 363 213 200 13 – 952 942 200 88 128 253 110 58 – – 22 – 83 10 – – 10 – 236 372 225 142 1 1 214 752 869 174 140 7 27 1 439 1 363 76 504 207 131 133 64 – 6 102 63 77 76 21 18 29 8 980 1 580 963 1 094 467 476 270 4 058 4 038 20 – 3 851 3 578 404 648 349 718 701 211 83 34 62 101 267 273 145 2 61 65 2 317 109 683 74 575 34 523 218 216 2 – 252 233 2 2 34 33 57 65 22 – – 3 15 19 19 – – – 115 50 415 32 314 17 932 71 71 – – 71 68 – 9 3 10 16 – 4 – – 6 20 3 – 2 – 1 27 48 565 29 747 18 666 61 61 – – 13 13 – – 3 – – 4 – – – – 6 – – – – – 78

11 10 1 3 1 1 1

3

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 3 486 28 10 6 1 10 1 703 334 112 262 599 361 464 785 143 188 337 268 666 146 37 279 142 214 098 205 179 218 223 833 369 1 905 20 6 4 1 7 1 740 297 386 809 129 973 369 263 123 95 228 248 438 94 37 990 142 187 013 182 158 147 161 351 443 1 425 16 5 4 6 1 272 954 032 221 960 741 345 067 84 88 201 175 395 87 37 795 142 160 896 163 158 137 139 534 318 442 425 4 706 1 554 972 248 1 932 75 414 30 27 68 48 198 43 – 507 37 52 193 57 17 106 45 936 437 719 982 12 3 3 4 847 248 478 249 712 809 270 653 54 61 133 127 197 44 37 288 105 108 703 106 141 31 94 598 599 108 254 591 187 45 36 323 – 86 32 – – 54 – – – 111 – 14 92 – – – 5 126 107 663 372 214 2 752 1 167 543 133 909 24 110 7 7 27 19 43 7 – 84 – 13 25 19 – 10 17 691 369 462 1 580 8 3 1 963 037 726 453 470 2 388 95 522 20 93 109 20 228 52 – 289 – 27 85 23 21 71 62 1 482 1 572 926 109 683 531 307 65 27 132 15 20 – 5 – – 15 – – 2 – – 2 – – – – 95 109 152 50 415 252 175 30 2 45 – 4 – – – – 4 – – 7 – – – 7 – – – 34 50 163 48 565 284 99 49 36 100 – 26 – – – – 26 – – – – – – – – – – 74 48 281

2 1

1 1

1

1

5 3 458

4 1 885

3 1 408

2 970

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 3 486 703 2 407 683 15 772 2 391 911 1 040 010 3 446 1 036 564 8 935 216 8 719 21 298 897 20 401 8 777 8 003 774 1 905 740 1 313 216 11 454 1 301 762 563 740 2 180 561 560 4 877 124 4 753 17 447 731 16 716 6 460 5 808 652 1 425 272 1 012 974 9 746 1 003 228 388 508 1 792 386 716 3 490 85 3 405 15 056 610 14 446 5 244 4 721 523 442 261 2 259 174 173 425 936 410 526 224 686 538 841 22 819 780 117 663 644 471 173 982 751 7 743 214 1 213 2 2 11 10 3 3 847 038 336 702 284 106 178 649 63 586 276 493 783 600 250 350 108 254 74 490 343 74 147 32 363 29 32 334 213 – 213 952 – 952 236 219 17 372 225 1 224 142 142 1 1 1 1 214 752 365 387 869 359 510 174 39 135 439 121 318 980 868 112 1 580 963 1 094 467 4 318 1 090 149 476 270 1 266 475 004 4 058 92 3 966 3 851 166 3 685 2 317 2 195 122 109 683 74 575 327 74 248 34 523 82 34 441 218 12 206 252 3 249 115 107 8 50 415 32 314 192 32 122 17 932 30 17 902 71 – 71 71 7 64 27 23 4 48 565 29 747 63 29 684 18 666 143 18 523 61 – 61 13 – 13 78 78 –

3 3 1 1

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 69.1 29.8 .3 .3 .6 .6 – .3 100.0 68.9 29.6 .3 .2 .9 .9 – .3 100.0 71.1 27.3 .2 .2 1.1 1.0 – .4 100.0 59.2 39.4 .2 .2 .9 .8 .1 .4 100.0 76.4 21.8 .3 .3 1.1 1.1 – .4 100.0 68.8 29.9 .2 .2 .9 .9 – .2 100.0 60.7 38.4 .3 .3 .4 .4 – .3 100.0 69.2 30.1 .3 .3 .2 .2 – .1 100.0 68.0 31.5 .2 .2 .2 .2 – .1 100.0 64.1 35.6 .1 .1 .1 .1 – .1 100.0 61.3 38.4 .1 .1 – – – .2

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 .8 .3 .2 – .3 99.2 100.0 1.1 .3 .3 .1 .4 98.9 100.0 1.2 .4 .3 .1 .5 98.8 100.0 1.1 .4 .2 .1 .4 98.9 100.0 1.2 .4 .3 .1 .5 98.8 100.0 .5 .2 – – .3 99.5 100.0 .7 .3 .1 – .2 99.3 100.0 .5 .2 .1 – .2 99.5 100.0 .5 .3 .1 – .1 99.5 100.0 .5 .3 .1 – .1 99.5 100.0 .6 .2 .1 .1 .2 99.4

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 69.1 68.6 100.0 68.9 68.3 100.0 71.1 70.4 100.0 59.2 58.7 100.0 76.4 75.7 100.0 68.8 68.5 100.0 60.7 60.3 100.0 69.2 69.0 100.0 68.0 67.7 100.0 64.1 63.7 100.0 61.3 61.1

10

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 5.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Total In central city Total

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area

Inside urbanized area

Rural

Total

Place of 10,000 or more

Place of 2,500 to 9,999

Rural

RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race 3 486 703 2 407 683 1 040 010 8 935 8 771 103 61 21 298 20 403 2 819 5 491 1 876 4 046 2 473 1 357 141 40 545 571 1 044 895 519 59 213 104 8 777 3 486 28 10 6 1 10 1 703 334 112 262 599 361 464 785 143 188 337 268 666 146 37 279 142 214 098 205 179 218 223 833 369 2 113 044 1 558 730 526 355 5 301 5 190 67 44 16 595 16 010 2 577 4 596 1 281 3 269 1 668 1 029 115 34 509 301 631 585 334 39 151 61 6 063 2 113 20 6 4 1 7 1 044 327 642 895 124 666 390 283 99 143 230 186 474 114 37 929 131 193 989 147 164 169 136 064 717 377 855 217 124 155 463 711 706 5 – 3 170 3 018 777 383 158 791 488 253 – – – 79 89 152 52 26 66 8 1 387 377 855 4 058 1 273 898 204 1 683 75 393 22 34 55 48 191 43 – 466 26 52 168 52 17 106 45 749 373 797 377 217 2 215 155 154 855 124 021 103 463 693 770 711 22 689 170 90 080 387 232 155 1 735 189 1 341 606 370 892 4 590 4 484 62 44 13 425 12 992 1 800 4 213 1 123 2 478 1 180 776 115 34 509 222 542 433 282 13 85 53 4 676 1 735 16 5 3 5 189 269 369 997 920 983 315 890 77 109 175 138 283 71 37 463 105 141 821 95 147 63 91 315 920 932 711 204 2 2 048 258 111 426 364 28 34 782 479 276 740 900 931 932 649 58 – 359 190 444 303 220 13 47 23 471 048 824 389 078 689 668 264 628 54 61 123 127 182 44 37 246 105 100 703 87 141 25 85 530 224 048 258 019 239 111 095 016 426 63 363 782 493 289 471 154 317 109 967 84 413 24 380 316 286 20 10 706 696 222 78 98 170 23 5 – – 88 5 7 10 – – 10 – 152 109 967 545 195 85 27 238 – 23 23 – – – – – – 87 – 14 73 – – – – 128 109 422 109 967 84 413 385 84 028 24 380 11 24 369 316 5 311 706 – 706 152 144 8 100.0 76.8 22.2 .3 .3 .6 .6 – .1 100.0 .5 .2 .1 – .2 99.5 100.0 76.8 76.4 693 545 142 1 1 174 935 401 848 834 14 – 1 937 1 817 302 395 125 377 225 122 57 34 62 27 91 120 62 – 28 30 1 053 1 373 848 513 3 3 659 953 655 634 581 36 17 4 703 4 393 242 895 595 777 805 328 26 6 36 270 413 310 185 20 62 43 2 714 81 924 52 153 29 073 130 130 – – 422 422 23 10 58 83 97 53 – – 22 – 76 – – – – – 146 81 924 383 130 38 36 179 – 63 9 – – 54 – – – 29 – – 24 – – – 5 87 81 541 81 924 52 153 231 51 922 29 073 23 29 050 130 – 130 422 – 422 146 129 17 100.0 63.7 35.5 .2 .2 .5 .5 – .2 100.0 .5 .2 – – .2 99.5 100.0 63.7 63.4 288 577 163 676 121 779 941 924 – 17 1 263 1 187 31 504 179 131 123 64 – 6 14 58 77 76 21 18 29 8 918 288 577 2 415 1 029 465 106 815 24 110 7 7 27 19 43 7 – 79 – 13 20 19 – 10 17 602 286 162 288 163 1 162 121 577 676 092 584 779 354 121 425 941 34 907 1 263 121 1 142 918 814 104 100.0 56.7 42.2 .3 .3 .4 .4 – .3 100.0 .8 .4 .2 – .3 99.2 100.0 56.7 56.3 885 547 332 2 2 566 485 881 191 185 6 – 1 780 1 627 102 240 224 341 355 89 26 – – 74 176 153 83 2 33 35 1 229

10 10 1 3 1

3 932 11 3 3 4

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 693 174 3 900 1 785 834 204 1 077 51 239 – 48 52 11 101 27 – 130 – 27 45 8 6 38 6 657 689 274 693 545 2 543 142 141 1 1 1 1 1 174 935 314 621 401 459 942 848 85 763 937 53 884 053 989 64 1 373 8 3 1 659 007 470 367 475 2 695 74 502 44 45 107 82 192 32 – 350 11 21 109 58 15 49 87 1 769 1 365 652 1 373 848 4 844 513 1 512 3 3 4 4 2 2 659 953 033 920 655 188 467 634 41 593 703 261 442 714 484 230 885 566 3 943 1 885 526 266 1 266 44 251 20 38 57 9 102 25 – 152 – – 33 15 15 33 56 819 881 623 885 547 1 545 332 332 2 2 1 1 1 1 566 485 894 591 881 758 123 191 7 184 780 113 667 229 171 58

2 1

1

1

1

5 3 458

4 2 092

3 1 718

2 920 932 711 7 704 204 1 203 2 2 10 10 3 3

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 3 486 703 2 407 683 15 772 2 391 911 1 040 010 3 446 1 036 564 8 935 216 8 719 21 298 897 20 401 8 777 8 003 774 100.0 69.1 29.8 .3 .3 .6 .6 – .3 100.0 .8 .3 .2 – .3 99.2 100.0 69.1 68.6 2 113 044 1 558 730 11 739 1 546 991 526 355 2 258 524 097 5 301 175 5 126 16 595 636 15 959 6 063 5 519 544 100.0 73.8 24.9 .3 .2 .8 .8 – .3 100.0 1.0 .3 .2 .1 .4 99.0 100.0 73.8 73.2 1 735 189 1 341 606 9 718 1 331 888 370 892 1 565 369 327 4 590 153 4 437 13 425 546 12 879 4 676 4 287 389 100.0 77.3 21.4 .3 .3 .8 .7 – .3 100.0 .9 .3 .2 .1 .3 99.1 100.0 77.3 76.8

3 3 1 1

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 57.5 41.1 .2 .2 .8 .8 – .4 100.0 1.1 .3 .2 .1 .4 98.9 100.0 57.5 56.9 100.0 76.3 21.9 .3 .3 1.2 1.1 – .4 100.0 1.3 .4 .3 .1 .5 98.7 100.0 76.3 75.6 100.0 78.8 20.5 .3 .3 .3 .3 – .2 100.0 .6 .3 .1 – .2 99.4 100.0 78.8 78.4 100.0 61.8 37.4 .3 .3 .3 .3 – .2 100.0 .6 .3 .1 – .2 99.4 100.0 61.8 61.5 100.0 61.8 37.6 .2 .2 .2 .2 – .1 100.0 .4 .2 .1 – .1 99.6 100.0 61.8 61.6

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 6.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

County
RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race

Abbeville County

Aiken County

Allendale County

Anderson County

Bamberg County

Barnwell County

Beaufort County

Berkeley County

Calhoun County

Charleston County

23 862 16 295 7 507 38 38 – – 17 17 – – 7 – 5 – – – – 3 2 – – – – – 5

120 940 90 743 29 100 243 243 – – 517 499 47 69 96 185 33 30 – – – 10 29 18 – – – 18 337

11 722 3 641 7 943 32 32 – – 13 13 – – – 13 – – – – – – – – – – – – 93

145 196 120 268 24 096 245 228 7 10 421 408 115 69 48 99 16 51 – – – 10 – 13 8 – 5 – 166

16 902 6 478 10 405 19 15 4 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

20 293 11 477 8 728 13 13 – – 41 41 – 6 – – 35 – – – – – – – – – – – 34

86 425 59 779 24 601 356 356 – – 728 666 23 282 132 95 35 37 – 6 – 38 18 62 24 12 18 8 961

128 776 93 931 31 033 394 386 8 – 2 630 2 540 40 2 186 122 59 58 40 – – – 23 12 90 53 – 28 9 788

12 753 6 135 6 580 19 19 – – 11 2 – – – – 2 – – – – – – 9 – – 9 – 8

295 039 187 740 103 008 768 755 13 – 2 509 2 393 283 992 275 338 237 108 – – – 74 86 116 80 – 23 13 1 014

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 23 862 115 89 – – 26 – 2 – 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – 24 23 747 120 940 794 233 184 16 361 – 140 51 11 8 – 35 35 – 97 – 50 29 – 18 – – 124 120 146 11 722 151 106 12 – 33 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 33 11 571 145 196 603 183 181 10 229 – 14 – 5 – – 9 – – 46 – – 10 – 6 30 – 169 144 593 16 902 81 75 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 16 821 20 293 126 93 8 12 13 13 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 20 167 86 425 2 115 795 591 154 575 20 128 16 7 – 66 30 9 – 103 – 13 44 19 – 10 17 324 84 310 128 776 2 427 942 629 108 748 50 87 – – 31 – 56 – – 39 – – 39 – – – – 572 126 349 12 753 28 15 4 – 9 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 9 12 725 295 039 3 764 1 257 824 175 1 508 137 195 3 66 51 37 26 12 – 250 43 51 141 – 7 – 8 926 291 275

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 23 862 16 295 74 16 221 7 507 33 7 474 38 – 38 17 3 14 5 5 – 120 940 90 743 374 90 369 29 100 72 29 028 243 5 238 517 19 498 337 324 13 11 722 3 641 43 3 598 7 943 21 7 922 32 – 32 13 – 13 93 87 6 145 196 120 268 384 119 884 24 096 65 24 031 245 – 245 421 5 416 166 149 17 16 902 6 478 75 6 403 10 405 6 10 399 19 – 19 – – – – – – 20 293 11 477 86 11 391 8 728 6 8 722 13 – 13 41 – 41 34 34 – 86 425 59 779 967 58 812 24 601 160 24 441 356 34 322 728 56 672 961 898 63 128 93 1 92 31 776 931 343 588 033 140 30 893 394 6 388 2 630 164 2 466 788 774 14 12 753 6 135 11 6 124 6 580 – 6 580 19 – 19 11 9 2 8 8 – 295 187 2 185 103 102 039 740 047 693 008 686 322 768 15 753 509 157 352 014 859 155

2 2 1

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 68.3 31.5 .2 .2 .1 .1 – – 100.0 75.0 24.1 .2 .2 .4 .4 – .3 100.0 31.1 67.8 .3 .3 .1 .1 – .8 100.0 82.8 16.6 .2 .2 .3 .3 – .1 100.0 38.3 61.6 .1 .1 – – – – 100.0 56.6 43.0 .1 .1 .2 .2 – .2 100.0 69.2 28.5 .4 .4 .8 .8 .1 1.1 100.0 72.9 24.1 .3 .3 2.0 2.0 .1 .6 100.0 48.1 51.6 .1 .1 .1 – .1 .1 100.0 63.6 34.9 .3 .3 .9 .8 – .3

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 .5 .4 – – .1 99.5 100.0 .7 .2 .2 – .3 99.3 100.0 1.3 .9 .1 – .3 98.7 100.0 .4 .1 .1 – .2 99.6 100.0 .5 .4 – – – 99.5 100.0 .6 .5 – .1 .1 99.4 100.0 2.4 .9 .7 .2 .7 97.6 100.0 1.9 .7 .5 .1 .6 98.1 100.0 .2 .1 – – .1 99.8 100.0 1.3 .4 .3 .1 .5 98.7

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 68.3 68.0 100.0 75.0 74.7 100.0 31.1 30.7 100.0 82.8 82.6 100.0 38.3 37.9 100.0 56.6 56.1 100.0 69.2 68.0 100.0 72.9 71.9 100.0 48.1 48.0 100.0 63.6 62.9

12

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 12 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 6.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Con.

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

County
Cherokee County Chester County

Chesterfield County

Clarendon County

Colleton County

Darlington County

Dillon County

Dorchester County

Edgefield County

RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race 44 506 35 041 9 202 107 107 – – 98 98 – – 26 – – – 26 – – – 46 – – – – – 58 32 170 19 091 12 839 110 110 – – 49 49 – – 12 – 13 11 – – – – 13 – – – – – 81 38 577 25 536 12 918 109 109 – – 14 14 – – – – – 14 – – – – – – – – – – – 28 450 12 262 16 093 26 26 – – 22 22 8 – – 5 – – – – – 9 – – – – – – 47 34 377 18 623 15 498 140 140 – – 94 78 – 6 7 – 52 – – – – 6 7 16 – – – 16 22 61 851 36 829 24 764 120 120 – – 70 70 – – – 5 65 – – – – – – – – – – – 68 29 114 15 898 12 584 474 474 – – 138 115 – 109 – 6 – – – – – – – 23 23 – – – 20 83 060 62 336 19 178 651 651 – – 742 731 195 312 71 22 21 40 – – – 21 49 11 11 – – – 153 18 375 9 764 8 511 21 21 – – 27 27 – – – – 21 6 – – – – – – – – – – 52

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 44 506 107 46 27 – 34 – – – – – – – – – 8 – – – 8 – – – 26 44 399 32 170 169 90 31 – 48 – 24 – – – – 24 – – – – – – – – – – 24 32 001 38 577 110 63 9 9 29 – – – – – – – – – 7 – – – 7 – – – 22 38 467 28 450 182 126 9 17 30 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 30 28 268 34 377 147 128 10 – 9 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 9 34 230 61 851 245 49 6 8 182 – 12 12 – – – – – – 70 – – – – – 26 44 100 61 606 29 114 68 21 11 6 30 – 16 – – – – – 16 – – – – – – – – – 14 29 046 83 060 959 304 194 101 360 7 74 – 3 55 8 8 – – 27 – – 27 – – – – 252 82 101 18 375 81 52 7 – 22 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 22 18 294

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 44 506 35 041 22 35 019 9 202 40 9 162 107 – 107 98 – 98 58 45 13 32 170 19 091 3 19 088 12 839 85 12 754 110 – 110 49 – 49 81 81 – 38 577 25 536 77 25 459 12 918 33 12 885 109 – 109 14 – 14 – – – 28 450 12 262 46 12 216 16 093 83 16 010 26 – 26 22 8 14 47 45 2 34 377 18 623 73 18 550 15 498 48 15 450 140 – 140 94 4 90 22 22 – 61 851 36 829 95 36 734 24 764 82 24 682 120 – 120 70 – 70 68 68 – 29 114 15 898 29 15 869 12 584 21 12 563 474 – 474 138 – 138 20 18 2 83 060 62 336 664 61 672 19 178 81 19 097 651 36 615 742 51 691 153 127 26 18 375 9 764 29 9 735 8 511 – 8 511 21 – 21 27 – 27 52 52 –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 78.7 20.7 .2 .2 .2 .2 – .1 100.0 59.3 39.9 .3 .3 .2 .2 – .3 100.0 66.2 33.5 .3 .3 – – – – 100.0 43.1 56.6 .1 .1 .1 .1 – .2 100.0 54.2 45.1 .4 .4 .3 .2 – .1 100.0 59.5 40.0 .2 .2 .1 .1 – .1 100.0 54.6 43.2 1.6 1.6 .5 .4 .1 .1 100.0 75.0 23.1 .8 .8 .9 .9 – .2 100.0 53.1 46.3 .1 .1 .1 .1 – .3

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 .2 .1 .1 – .1 99.8 100.0 .5 .3 .1 – .1 99.5 100.0 .3 .2 – – .1 99.7 100.0 .6 .4 – .1 .1 99.4 100.0 .4 .4 – – – 99.6 100.0 .4 .1 – – .3 99.6 100.0 .2 .1 – – .1 99.8 100.0 1.2 .4 .2 .1 .4 98.8 100.0 .4 .3 – – .1 99.6

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 78.7 78.7 100.0 59.3 59.3 100.0 66.2 66.0 100.0 43.1 42.9 100.0 54.2 54.0 100.0 59.5 59.4 100.0 54.6 54.5 100.0 75.0 74.2 100.0 53.1 53.0

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 13 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

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Table 6.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Con.

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

County
Fairfield County Florence County

Georgetown County

Greenville County

Greenwood County

Hampton County

Horry County

Jasper County

Kershaw County

RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race 22 295 9 244 13 034 6 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 11 114 344 69 553 44 266 113 84 14 15 339 339 37 57 5 113 37 9 – – – 48 33 – – – – – 73 46 302 26 077 19 988 51 51 – – 111 106 9 30 12 48 – – – – – – 7 5 5 – – – 75 320 167 259 576 57 706 453 448 5 – 1 823 1 741 414 169 73 486 178 328 – – – 14 79 82 69 – 7 6 609 59 567 41 101 18 013 47 47 – – 320 310 6 38 43 59 95 33 – – – 18 18 10 10 – – – 86 18 191 8 279 9 908 3 3 – – 1 1 – – – – 1 – – – – – – – – – – – – 144 053 117 244 25 185 411 379 32 – 853 830 31 80 121 179 98 122 – – 14 121 64 23 6 6 11 – 360 15 487 6 530 8 879 6 6 – – 29 29 – 6 3 – 8 12 – – – – – – – – – – 43 43 599 31 016 12 364 87 87 – – 102 91 10 16 – 6 59 – – – – – – 11 – – 11 – 30

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 22 295 20 11 – – 9 – 9 – – – 9 – – – – – – – – – – – – 22 275 114 344 321 142 29 41 109 21 4 – 4 – – – – – 11 – – – – – 3 8 73 114 023 46 302 150 45 8 – 97 – 48 – – 48 – – – – – – – – – – – – 49 46 152 320 167 2 966 841 548 300 1 277 15 171 – 8 16 108 37 2 – 591 7 18 433 31 19 41 42 500 317 201 59 567 165 68 8 7 82 – 7 – – – 7 – – – 24 – – 12 – – – 12 51 59 402 18 191 46 16 15 – 15 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 15 18 145 144 053 1 087 392 229 7 459 19 123 8 – 29 – 86 – – 60 11 8 20 – 6 6 9 257 142 966 15 487 76 24 – 40 12 – 8 8 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 4 15 411 43 599 166 81 58 19 8 – 2 – – – – 2 – – – – – – – – – – 6 43 433

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 22 295 9 244 – 9 244 13 034 9 13 025 6 – 6 – – – 11 11 – 114 344 69 553 108 69 445 44 266 131 44 135 113 – 113 339 33 306 73 49 24 46 302 26 077 35 26 042 19 988 29 19 959 51 – 51 111 18 93 75 68 7 320 259 2 257 57 167 576 212 364 706 148 57 558 453 9 444 1 823 69 1 754 609 528 81 59 567 41 101 46 41 055 18 013 17 17 996 47 – 47 320 28 292 86 74 12 18 191 8 279 9 8 270 9 908 37 9 871 3 – 3 1 – 1 – – – 144 053 117 244 687 116 557 25 185 90 25 095 411 – 411 853 6 847 360 304 56 15 487 6 530 31 6 499 8 879 2 8 877 6 – 6 29 – 29 43 43 – 43 599 31 016 139 30 877 12 364 5 12 359 87 – 87 102 2 100 30 20 10

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 41.5 58.5 – – – – – – 100.0 60.8 38.7 .1 .1 .3 .3 – .1 100.0 56.3 43.2 .1 .1 .2 .2 – .2 100.0 81.1 18.0 .1 .1 .6 .5 – .2 100.0 69.0 30.2 .1 .1 .5 .5 – .1 100.0 45.5 54.5 – – – – – – 100.0 81.4 17.5 .3 .3 .6 .6 – .2 100.0 42.2 57.3 – – .2 .2 – .3 100.0 71.1 28.4 .2 .2 .2 .2 – .1

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 .1 – – – – 99.9 100.0 .3 .1 – – .1 99.7 100.0 .3 .1 – – .2 99.7 100.0 .9 .3 .2 .1 .4 99.1 100.0 .3 .1 – – .1 99.7 100.0 .3 .1 .1 – .1 99.7 100.0 .8 .3 .2 – .3 99.2 100.0 .5 .2 – .3 .1 99.5 100.0 .4 .2 .1 – – 99.6

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 41.5 41.5 100.0 60.8 60.7 100.0 56.3 56.2 100.0 81.1 80.4 100.0 69.0 68.9 100.0 45.5 45.5 100.0 81.4 80.9 100.0 42.2 42.0 100.0 71.1 70.8

14

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 14 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 6.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Con.

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

County
Lancaster County Laurens County Lee County Lexington County

McCormick County

Marion County

Marlboro County

Newberry County

Oconee County

RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race 54 516 40 506 13 817 61 61 – – 84 61 – 12 15 – – 7 – – – – 27 23 23 – – – 48 58 092 41 421 16 358 113 113 – – 120 113 – 53 22 10 24 – – – – – 4 7 7 – – – 80 18 437 6 866 11 444 36 36 – – 50 38 – – – 16 17 5 – – – – – 12 12 – – – 41 167 611 147 430 18 424 415 406 – 9 944 926 318 50 44 264 121 24 – – – 37 68 18 18 – – – 398 8 868 3 657 5 193 11 11 – – 7 7 – – – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – 33 899 15 152 18 540 88 82 – 6 106 106 23 17 – 30 31 – – – – 5 – – – – – – 13 29 361 14 417 14 282 615 615 – – 30 29 – 29 – – – – – – – – – 1 – – – 1 17 33 172 21 492 11 557 5 5 – – 86 86 – 2 – – 10 14 – – 22 – 38 – – – – – 32 57 494 52 241 4 989 87 87 – – 105 105 39 14 – – 20 10 – – – – 22 – – – – – 72

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 54 516 215 108 16 18 73 – 15 – – – – 15 – – 9 – – – – 9 – – 49 54 301 58 092 167 44 7 29 87 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 87 57 925 18 437 89 41 – 26 22 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 22 18 348 167 611 1 174 356 237 112 469 19 25 – – – 18 7 – – 182 46 – 38 8 46 17 27 243 166 437 8 868 16 6 – – 10 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 10 8 852 33 899 127 91 – – 36 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 36 33 772 29 361 77 43 – – 34 – – – – – – – – – 8 – – 8 – – – – 26 29 284 33 172 78 53 2 6 17 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 10 33 094 57 494 467 291 9 14 153 15 52 – 36 9 – 7 – – 7 – – – – – 7 – 79 57 027

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 54 516 40 506 154 40 352 13 817 17 13 800 61 – 61 84 6 78 48 38 10 58 092 41 421 77 41 344 16 358 – 16 358 113 – 113 120 15 105 80 75 5 18 437 6 866 26 6 840 11 444 22 11 422 36 – 36 50 – 50 41 41 – 167 611 147 430 767 146 663 18 424 35 18 389 415 – 415 944 6 938 398 366 32 8 868 3 657 10 3 647 5 193 6 5 187 11 – 11 7 – 7 – – – 33 899 15 152 114 15 038 18 540 – 18 540 88 – 88 106 – 106 13 13 – 29 361 14 417 24 14 393 14 282 35 14 247 615 – 615 30 1 29 17 17 – 33 172 21 492 44 21 448 11 557 2 11 555 5 – 5 86 – 86 32 32 – 57 494 52 241 395 51 846 4 989 – 4 989 87 – 87 105 – 105 72 72 –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 74.3 25.3 .1 .1 .2 .1 – .1 100.0 71.3 28.2 .2 .2 .2 .2 – .1 100.0 37.2 62.1 .2 .2 .3 .2 .1 .2 100.0 88.0 11.0 .2 .2 .6 .6 – .2 100.0 41.2 58.6 .1 .1 .1 .1 – – 100.0 44.7 54.7 .3 .2 .3 .3 – – 100.0 49.1 48.6 2.1 2.1 .1 .1 – .1 100.0 64.8 34.8 – – .3 .3 – .1 100.0 90.9 8.7 .2 .2 .2 .2 – .1

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 .4 .2 – – .1 99.6 100.0 .3 .1 – – .1 99.7 100.0 .5 .2 – .1 .1 99.5 100.0 .7 .2 .1 .1 .3 99.3 100.0 .2 .1 – – .1 99.8 100.0 .4 .3 – – .1 99.6 100.0 .3 .1 – – .1 99.7 100.0 .2 .2 – – .1 99.8 100.0 .8 .5 – – .3 99.2

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 74.3 74.0 100.0 71.3 71.2 100.0 37.2 37.1 100.0 88.0 87.5 100.0 41.2 41.1 100.0 44.7 44.4 100.0 49.1 49.0 100.0 64.8 64.7 100.0 90.9 90.2

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 15 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

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Table 6.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Con.

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

County
RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race

Orangeburg County

Pickens County

Richland County

Saluda County

Spartanburg County

Sumter County

Union County

Williamsburg County

York County

84 803 34 878 49 300 213 213 – – 391 389 26 7 111 177 – 36 – – – 4 28 2 – 2 – – 21

93 894 85 883 6 944 186 173 13 – 736 726 233 115 89 211 47 18 – – – – 13 10 – – 10 – 145

285 720 160 293 119 411 624 607 7 10 3 552 3 383 670 521 359 645 779 131 31 – – 48 199 169 37 39 78 15 1 840

16 357 10 883 5 421 30 30 – – 4 4 – 4 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 19

226 800 177 522 46 878 385 385 – – 1 616 1 597 131 39 81 688 88 36 77 34 359 11 53 19 19 – – – 399

102 637 56 839 44 425 141 130 – 11 926 833 67 175 77 121 212 21 – – – 55 105 93 75 – – 18 306

30 337 21 158 9 104 17 17 – – 52 39 – 9 7 – – – – – – 9 14 13 – – 13 – 6

36 815 13 103 23 681 22 22 – – 4 4 – – – – 2 – – – – 2 – – – – – – 5

131 497 103 455 26 311 824 824 – – 766 727 94 17 18 159 53 214 7 – 150 5 10 39 39 – – – 141

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 84 803 227 50 23 – 154 – 1 – – – – 1 – – 5 – – – – – – 5 148 84 576 93 894 505 146 77 20 262 20 23 23 – – – – – – 103 – 14 83 – 6 – – 116 93 389 285 4 1 1 720 566 237 671 121 1 537 98 436 13 46 56 9 245 30 37 366 26 8 82 98 49 72 31 637 281 154 16 357 43 16 – 18 9 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 9 16 314 226 800 1 531 721 207 57 546 – 59 – – 13 6 15 25 – 176 9 23 107 10 13 – 14 311 225 269 102 637 902 307 261 60 274 – 46 – – 21 – 25 – – 49 – – 25 24 – – – 179 101 735 30 337 55 32 – – 23 – 7 – – – – – 7 – – – – – – – – – 16 30 282 36 815 109 3 – 25 81 – 2 – – – – 2 – – – – – – – – – – 79 36 706 131 497 717 280 114 63 260 23 55 9 – – – 36 10 – 41 – 29 – – – 6 6 141 130 780

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 84 803 34 878 83 34 795 49 300 109 49 191 213 7 206 391 7 384 21 21 – 93 894 85 883 325 85 558 6 944 32 6 912 186 – 186 736 6 730 145 142 3 285 160 1 158 119 118 720 293 970 323 411 736 675 624 36 588 552 94 458 840 730 110 16 357 10 883 20 10 863 5 421 – 5 421 30 – 30 4 4 – 19 19 – 226 177 1 176 46 800 522 038 484 878 86 46 792 385 34 351 1 616 26 1 590 399 347 52 102 637 56 839 478 56 361 44 425 84 44 341 141 – 141 926 78 848 306 262 44 30 337 21 158 31 21 127 9 104 2 9 102 17 – 17 52 16 36 6 6 – 36 815 13 103 – 13 103 23 681 104 23 577 22 – 22 4 – 4 5 5 – 131 497 103 455 507 102 948 26 311 46 26 265 824 34 790 766 6 760 141 124 17

3 3 1 1

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 41.1 58.1 .3 .3 .5 .5 – – 100.0 91.5 7.4 .2 .2 .8 .8 – .2 100.0 56.1 41.8 .2 .2 1.2 1.2 .1 .6 100.0 66.5 33.1 .2 .2 – – – .1 100.0 78.3 20.7 .2 .2 .7 .7 – .2 100.0 55.4 43.3 .1 .1 .9 .8 .1 .3 100.0 69.7 30.0 .1 .1 .2 .1 – – 100.0 35.6 64.3 .1 .1 – – – – 100.0 78.7 20.0 .6 .6 .6 .6 – .1

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 .3 .1 – – .2 99.7 100.0 .5 .2 .1 – .3 99.5 100.0 1.6 .4 .6 – .5 98.4 100.0 .3 .1 – .1 .1 99.7 100.0 .7 .3 .1 – .2 99.3 100.0 .9 .3 .3 .1 .3 99.1 100.0 .2 .1 – – .1 99.8 100.0 .3 – – .1 .2 99.7 100.0 .5 .2 .1 – .2 99.5

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 41.1 41.0 100.0 91.5 91.1 100.0 56.1 55.4 100.0 66.5 66.4 100.0 78.3 77.8 100.0 55.4 54.9 100.0 69.7 69.6 100.0 35.6 35.6 100.0 78.7 78.3

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SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 7.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race

Abbeville city

Aiken city

Allendale town

Anderson city

Andrews town

Arial CDP

Bamberg town

Barnwell city

Batesburg town

Beaufort city

5 778 3 152 2 612 9 9 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 5

19 872 13 482 6 125 32 32 – – 178 178 6 41 29 82 7 – – – – – 13 – – – – – 55

4 410 1 147 3 263 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

26 184 17 038 8 969 47 47 – – 50 45 – – 6 5 – 34 – – – – – 5 – – 5 – 80

3 352 1 387 1 965 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

2 575 2 533 42 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

3 843 1 820 2 008 15 15 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

5 061 2 999 2 021 – – – – 41 41 – 6 – – 35 – – – – – – – – – – – –

4 077 1 867 2 210 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

9 576 6 676 2 669 42 42 – – 118 110 – 45 14 – 6 7 – – – 38 – 8 – – – 8 71

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 5 778 36 20 – – 16 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 16 5 742 19 872 191 57 65 11 58 – – – – – – – – – 47 – – 29 – 18 – – 11 19 681 4 410 42 35 – – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 4 368 26 184 212 70 64 – 78 – 5 – 5 – – – – – 6 – – – – 6 – – 67 25 972 3 352 6 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 346 2 575 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 575 3 843 6 – 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 837 5 061 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 5 061 4 077 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 4 077 9 576 221 88 32 7 94 – 19 – – – 19 – – – – – – – – – – – 75 9 355

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 5 778 3 152 – 3 152 2 612 31 2 581 9 – 9 – – – 5 5 – 19 872 13 482 85 13 397 6 125 58 6 067 32 – 32 178 – 178 55 48 7 4 410 1 147 35 1 112 3 263 7 3 256 – – – – – – – – – 26 184 17 038 73 16 965 8 969 54 8 915 47 – 47 50 5 45 80 80 – 3 352 1 387 6 1 381 1 965 – 1 965 – – – – – – – – – 2 575 2 533 – 2 533 42 – 42 – – – – – – – – – 3 843 1 820 – 1 820 2 008 6 2 002 15 – 15 – – – – – – 5 061 2 999 – 2 999 2 021 – 2 021 – – – 41 – 41 – – – 4 077 1 867 – 1 867 2 210 – 2 210 – – – – – – – – – 9 576 6 676 143 6 533 2 669 18 2 651 42 – 42 118 – 118 71 60 11

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 54.6 45.2 .2 .2 – – – .1 100.0 67.8 30.8 .2 .2 .9 .9 – .3 100.0 26.0 74.0 – – – – – – 100.0 65.1 34.3 .2 .2 .2 .2 – .3 100.0 41.4 58.6 – – – – – – 100.0 98.4 1.6 – – – – – – 100.0 47.4 52.3 .4 .4 – – – – 100.0 59.3 39.9 – – .8 .8 – – 100.0 45.8 54.2 – – – – – – 100.0 69.7 27.9 .4 .4 1.2 1.1 .1 .7

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 .6 .3 – – .3 99.4 100.0 1.0 .3 .3 .1 .3 99.0 100.0 1.0 .8 – – .2 99.0 100.0 .8 .3 .2 – .3 99.2 100.0 .2 .2 – – – 99.8 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 .2 – .2 – – 99.8 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 2.3 .9 .3 .1 1.0 97.7

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 54.6 54.6 100.0 67.8 67.4 100.0 26.0 25.2 100.0 65.1 64.8 100.0 41.4 41.2 100.0 98.4 98.4 100.0 47.4 47.4 100.0 59.3 59.3 100.0 45.8 45.8 100.0 69.7 68.2

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 7.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Con.

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race

Belton city

Belvedere CDP

Bennettsville city

Berea CDP

Bishopville town

Blackville town

Boiling Springs CDP

Brookdale CDP

Burton CDP

Camden city

4 646 3 897 721 – – – – 28 28 – – 28 – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

6 133 4 935 1 146 21 21 – – 31 31 – 9 – – – 22 – – – – – – – – – – –

9 345 3 948 5 356 12 12 – – 29 29 – 29 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

13 535 11 689 1 533 8 8 – – 161 115 – 7 – – – 108 – – – – – 46 46 – – – 144

3 560 1 429 2 074 – – – – 16 16 – – – 16 – – – – – – – – – – – – 41

2 882 680 2 202 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

3 612 3 489 64 8 8 – – 44 44 – – – 44 – – – – – – – – – – – – 7

5 339 38 5 286 – – – – 15 15 – – 15 – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

7 030 4 146 2 665 12 12 – – 94 94 – 43 30 21 – – – – – – – – – – – – 113

6 696 3 777 2 898 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 21

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 4 646 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 4 646 6 133 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 133 9 345 15 9 – – 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 9 330 13 535 267 14 – – 253 – 122 – – 16 75 31 – – 131 – – 131 – – – – – 13 268 3 560 41 41 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 519 2 882 6 – 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 876 3 612 24 24 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 588 5 339 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 5 339 7 030 152 97 19 – 36 – 9 – – – – 9 – – 12 – – – – – – 12 15 6 878 6 696 13 13 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 683

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 4 646 3 897 – 3 897 721 – 721 – – – 28 – 28 – – – 6 133 4 935 – 4 935 1 146 – 1 146 21 – 21 31 – 31 – – – 9 345 3 948 9 3 939 5 356 6 5 350 12 – 12 29 – 29 – – – 13 535 11 689 123 11 566 1 533 – 1 533 8 – 8 161 – 161 144 144 – 3 560 1 429 – 1 429 2 074 – 2 074 – – – 16 – 16 41 41 – 2 882 680 – 680 2 202 6 2 196 – – – – – – – – – 3 612 3 489 17 3 472 64 – 64 8 – 8 44 – 44 7 7 – 5 339 38 – 38 5 286 – 5 286 – – – 15 – 15 – – – 7 030 4 146 71 4 075 2 665 – 2 665 12 – 12 94 – 94 113 81 32 6 696 3 777 – 3 777 2 898 – 2 898 – – – – – – 21 13 8

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 83.9 15.5 – – .6 .6 – – 100.0 80.5 18.7 .3 .3 .5 .5 – – 100.0 42.2 57.3 .1 .1 .3 .3 – – 100.0 86.4 11.3 .1 .1 1.2 .8 .3 1.1 100.0 40.1 58.3 – – .4 .4 – 1.2 100.0 23.6 76.4 – – – – – – 100.0 96.6 1.8 .2 .2 1.2 1.2 – .2 100.0 .7 99.0 – – .3 .3 – – 100.0 59.0 37.9 .2 .2 1.3 1.3 – 1.6 100.0 56.4 43.3 – – – – – .3

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 .2 .1 – – .1 99.8 100.0 2.0 .1 – – 1.9 98.0 100.0 1.2 1.2 – – – 98.8 100.0 .2 – .2 – – 99.8 100.0 .7 .7 – – – 99.3 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 2.2 1.4 .3 – .5 97.8 100.0 .2 .2 – – – 99.8

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 83.9 83.9 100.0 80.5 80.5 100.0 42.2 42.2 100.0 86.4 85.5 100.0 40.1 40.1 100.0 23.6 23.6 100.0 96.6 96.1 100.0 .7 .7 100.0 59.0 58.0 100.0 56.4 56.4

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SOUTH CAROLINA

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Table 7.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Con.

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race

Cayce city

Centerville CDP

Charleston city

Cheraw town

Cherryvale CDP

Chester city

Clearwater CDP

Clemson city

Clinton city

Clover town

11 163 8 838 2 170 29 29 – – 77 69 48 – 6 15 – – – – – – – 8 8 – – – 49

4 866 4 614 226 26 26 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

80 414 46 037 33 490 76 76 – – 618 594 95 99 92 229 50 – – – – 18 11 24 16 – – 8 193

5 505 2 745 2 738 22 22 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

2 957 1 867 988 11 – – 11 68 68 – 11 32 – – – – – – – 25 – – – – – 23

7 040 2 806 4 215 – – – – 19 19 – – – – 6 – – – – – 13 – – – – – –

4 731 4 190 523 16 16 – – 2 2 – – 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

11 106 9 234 1 356 48 35 13 – 454 444 139 64 70 164 7 – – – – – – 10 – – 10 – 14

8 070 5 089 2 917 47 47 – – 6 6 – – 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – 11

3 501 2 815 563 35 35 – – 88 88 – – – – – – – – 88 – – – – – – – –

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 11 163 79 40 – 9 30 – – – – – – – – – 9 – – – – – 9 – 21 11 084 4 866 67 47 20 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 4 799 80 414 504 123 111 38 232 – 29 – 22 – – – 7 – 50 – – 42 – – – 8 153 79 910 5 505 7 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 5 498 2 957 77 30 12 – 35 – 11 – – 11 – – – – – – – – – – – – 24 2 880 7 040 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 040 4 731 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 4 731 11 106 82 7 – – 75 – 23 23 – – – – – – 25 – 14 11 – – – – 27 11 024 8 070 31 18 – – 13 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 13 8 039 3 501 27 18 – – 9 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 9 3 474

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 11 163 8 838 30 8 808 2 170 – 2 170 29 – 29 77 – 77 49 49 – 4 866 4 614 67 4 547 226 – 226 26 – 26 – – – – – – 80 414 46 037 297 45 740 33 490 66 33 424 76 – 76 618 9 609 193 132 61 5 505 2 745 – 2 745 2 738 7 2 731 22 – 22 – – – – – – 2 957 1 867 40 1 827 988 – 988 11 – 11 68 25 43 23 12 11 7 040 2 806 – 2 806 4 215 – 4 215 – – – 19 – 19 – – – 4 731 4 190 – 4 190 523 – 523 16 – 16 2 – 2 – – – 11 106 9 234 68 9 166 1 356 – 1 356 48 – 48 454 – 454 14 14 – 8 070 5 089 14 5 075 2 917 – 2 917 47 – 47 6 6 – 11 11 – 3 501 2 815 27 2 788 563 – 563 35 – 35 88 – 88 – – –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 79.2 19.4 .3 .3 .7 .6 .1 .4 100.0 94.8 4.6 .5 .5 – – – – 100.0 57.2 41.6 .1 .1 .8 .7 – .2 100.0 49.9 49.7 .4 .4 – – – – 100.0 63.1 33.4 .4 – 2.3 2.3 – .8 100.0 39.9 59.9 – – .3 .3 – – 100.0 88.6 11.1 .3 .3 – – – – 100.0 83.1 12.2 .4 .3 4.1 4.0 .1 .1 100.0 63.1 36.1 .6 .6 .1 .1 – .1 100.0 80.4 16.1 1.0 1.0 2.5 2.5 – –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 .7 .4 – .1 .3 99.3 100.0 1.4 1.0 .4 – – 98.6 100.0 .6 .2 .1 – .3 99.4 100.0 .1 .1 – – – 99.9 100.0 2.6 1.0 .4 – 1.2 97.4 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 .7 .1 – – .7 99.3 100.0 .4 .2 – – .2 99.6 100.0 .8 .5 – – .3 99.2

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 79.2 78.9 100.0 94.8 93.4 100.0 57.2 56.9 100.0 49.9 49.9 100.0 63.1 61.8 100.0 39.9 39.9 100.0 88.6 88.6 100.0 83.1 82.5 100.0 63.1 62.9 100.0 80.4 79.6

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 7.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Con.

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race

Columbia city

Conway city

Darlington city

Denmark city

Dentsville CDP

Dillon city

Dunean CDP

Easley city

East Gaffney CDP

Edgefield town

98 052 52 785 42 757 268 268 – – 1 368 1 278 427 194 40 185 352 11 – – – 13 56 90 10 26 54 – 874

9 819 5 652 4 122 13 13 – – 16 10 – – – – – – – – – 10 – 6 – 6 – – 16

7 311 3 238 3 982 29 29 – – 16 16 – – – – 16 – – – – – – – – – – – 46

3 540 628 2 912 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

11 839 6 174 5 512 17 17 – – 96 78 – 9 23 6 17 – – – – – 23 18 18 – – – 40

6 829 4 327 2 347 40 40 – – 115 115 – 109 – 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – –

4 637 3 711 874 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 52

15 224 13 103 1 934 35 35 – – 76 76 38 14 – 6 6 5 – – – – 7 – – – – – 76

3 278 2 829 449 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

2 527 1 287 1 240 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 98 052 2 033 687 505 57 784 75 271 13 7 42 9 175 25 – 190 26 – 37 46 4 63 14 248 96 019 9 819 20 – – – 20 4 16 – – 16 – – – – – – – – – – – – – 9 799 7 311 71 17 – 8 46 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 46 7 240 3 540 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 540 11 839 126 20 50 – 56 – – – – – – – – – 24 – 8 – 16 – – – 32 11 713 6 829 7 – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 822 4 637 80 – 7 – 73 – – – – – – – – – 61 – – 52 – 9 – – 12 4 557 15 224 126 50 7 – 69 – – – – – – – – – 57 – – 57 – – – – 12 15 098 3 278 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 278 2 527 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 527

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 98 052 52 785 736 52 049 42 757 405 42 352 268 22 246 1 368 32 1 336 874 838 36 9 819 5 652 – 5 652 4 122 4 4 118 13 – 13 16 – 16 16 16 – 7 311 3 238 17 3 221 3 982 8 3 974 29 – 29 16 – 16 46 46 – 3 540 628 – 628 2 912 – 2 912 – – – – – – – – – 11 839 6 174 65 6 109 5 512 21 5 491 17 – 17 96 – 96 40 40 – 6 829 4 327 7 4 320 2 347 – 2 347 40 – 40 115 – 115 – – – 4 637 3 711 28 3 683 874 – 874 – – – – – – 52 52 – 15 224 13 103 44 13 059 1 934 6 1 928 35 – 35 76 – 76 76 76 – 3 278 2 829 – 2 829 449 – 449 – – – – – – – – – 2 527 1 287 – 1 287 1 240 – 1 240 – – – – – – – – –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 53.8 43.6 .3 .3 1.4 1.3 .1 .9 100.0 57.6 42.0 .1 .1 .2 .1 .1 .2 100.0 44.3 54.5 .4 .4 .2 .2 – .6 100.0 17.7 82.3 – – – – – – 100.0 52.1 46.6 .1 .1 .8 .7 .2 .3 100.0 63.4 34.4 .6 .6 1.7 1.7 – – 100.0 80.0 18.8 – – – – – 1.1 100.0 86.1 12.7 .2 .2 .5 .5 – .5 100.0 86.3 13.7 – – – – – – 100.0 50.9 49.1 – – – – – –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 2.1 .7 .5 .1 .8 97.9 100.0 .2 – – – .2 99.8 100.0 1.0 .2 – .1 .6 99.0 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 1.1 .2 .4 – .5 98.9 100.0 .1 – .1 – – 99.9 100.0 1.7 – .2 – 1.6 98.3 100.0 .8 .3 – – .5 99.2 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 – – – – – 100.0

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 53.8 53.1 100.0 57.6 57.6 100.0 44.3 44.1 100.0 17.7 17.7 100.0 52.1 51.6 100.0 63.4 63.3 100.0 80.0 79.4 100.0 86.1 85.8 100.0 86.3 86.3 100.0 50.9 50.9

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 7.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Con.

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race

Edisto CDP

Florence city

Forest Acres city

Forestbrook CDP

Fort Mill town

Fountain Inn town

Gaffney city

Gantt CDP

Garden City CDP

Georgetown city

2 815 1 085 1 730 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

29 813 15 621 14 045 18 18 – – 90 90 20 13 – – – 9 – – – 48 – – – – – – 39

7 197 6 509 604 – – – – 40 40 – 6 5 – – 6 – – – – 23 – – – – – 44

2 598 2 411 154 – – – – 33 33 – – 9 – – – – – 14 10 – – – – – – –

4 930 4 100 805 – – – – 25 25 – – – – 25 – – – – – – – – – – – –

4 386 2 965 1 421 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

13 145 7 894 5 162 10 10 – – 72 72 – – 26 – – – – – – – 46 – – – – – 7

13 891 5 618 8 206 7 7 – – 54 47 – 10 4 – 8 16 – – – 9 – 7 7 – – – 6

6 305 6 204 23 45 45 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 33

9 517 4 307 5 111 10 10 – – 82 77 – 22 – 48 – – – – – – 7 5 5 – – – 7

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 2 815 7 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 808 29 813 121 22 29 30 40 – – – – – – – – – 3 – – – – – 3 – 37 29 692 7 197 84 49 8 – 27 – – – – – – – – – 14 – – – 14 – – – 13 7 113 2 598 21 8 6 – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 2 577 4 930 47 – 19 – 28 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 28 4 883 4 386 31 9 22 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 4 355 13 145 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 13 145 13 891 89 – 53 – 36 – – – – – – – – – 8 – – – 8 – – – 28 13 802 6 305 43 29 – – 14 – 8 – – – – 8 – – – – – – – – – – 6 6 262 9 517 49 23 – – 26 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 26 9 468

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 2 815 1 085 7 1 078 1 730 – 1 730 – – – – – – – – – 29 813 15 621 57 15 564 14 045 49 13 996 18 – 18 90 – 90 39 15 24 7 197 6 509 40 6 469 604 – 604 – – – 40 – 40 44 44 – 2 598 2 411 21 2 390 154 – 154 – – – 33 – 33 – – – 4 930 4 100 47 4 053 805 – 805 – – – 25 – 25 – – – 4 386 2 965 31 2 934 1 421 – 1 421 – – – – – – – – – 13 145 7 894 – 7 894 5 162 – 5 162 10 – 10 72 – 72 7 – 7 13 891 5 618 16 5 602 8 206 63 8 143 7 – 7 54 10 44 6 – 6 6 305 6 204 10 6 194 23 – 23 45 – 45 – – – 33 33 – 9 517 4 307 8 4 299 5 111 23 5 088 10 – 10 82 18 64 7 – 7

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 38.5 61.5 – – – – – – 100.0 52.4 47.1 .1 .1 .3 .3 – .1 100.0 90.4 8.4 – – .6 .6 – .6 100.0 92.8 5.9 – – 1.3 1.3 – – 100.0 83.2 16.3 – – .5 .5 – – 100.0 67.6 32.4 – – – – – – 100.0 60.1 39.3 .1 .1 .5 .5 – .1 100.0 40.4 59.1 .1 .1 .4 .3 .1 – 100.0 98.4 .4 .7 .7 – – – .5 100.0 45.3 53.7 .1 .1 .9 .8 .1 .1

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 .2 .2 – – – 99.8 100.0 .4 .1 .1 .1 .1 99.6 100.0 1.2 .7 .1 – .4 98.8 100.0 .8 .3 .2 – .3 99.2 100.0 1.0 – .4 – .6 99.0 100.0 .7 .2 .5 – – 99.3 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 .6 – .4 – .3 99.4 100.0 .7 .5 – – .2 99.3 100.0 .5 .2 – – .3 99.5

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 38.5 38.3 100.0 52.4 52.2 100.0 90.4 89.9 100.0 92.8 92.0 100.0 83.2 82.2 100.0 67.6 66.9 100.0 60.1 60.1 100.0 40.4 40.3 100.0 98.4 98.2 100.0 45.3 45.2

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 7.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Con.

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race

Gloverville CDP

Goose Creek city

Greenville city

Greenwood city

Greer city

Hampton town

Hanahan city

Hartsville city

Hilton Head Island town

Homeland Park CDP

2 718 2 407 303 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 8

24 692 20 540 3 129 113 113 – – 675 633 – 589 24 – 15 – – – – – 5 42 42 – – – 235

58 282 37 237 20 513 62 57 5 – 376 357 94 29 13 27 81 104 – – – – 9 19 12 – 7 – 94

20 807 11 594 8 985 22 22 – – 141 141 – 10 6 – 83 24 – – – – 18 – – – – – 65

10 322 7 528 2 746 14 14 – – 28 13 – 13 – – – – – – – – – 15 15 – – – 6

3 072 2 038 1 034 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

13 176 11 574 1 208 66 66 – – 174 174 28 75 – 11 24 36 – – – – – – – – – – 154

8 372 4 739 3 604 8 8 – – 5 5 – – – 5 – – – – – – – – – – – – 16

23 694 21 207 2 318 71 71 – – 37 37 23 – – – 14 – – – – – – – – – – – 61

6 569 5 919 639 11 11 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 2 718 32 32 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 686 24 692 779 425 160 20 174 – 42 – – – – 42 – – – – – – – – – – 132 23 913 58 282 567 198 57 67 245 – 39 – – – 33 6 – – 122 – – 59 6 – 34 23 84 57 715 20 807 69 62 – – 7 – 7 – – – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – 20 738 10 322 64 39 – – 25 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 25 10 258 3 072 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 072 13 176 362 72 87 44 159 50 7 – – – – 7 – – – – – – – – – – 102 12 814 8 372 16 10 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 8 356 23 694 246 53 38 30 125 – 56 9 – – 47 – – – 24 – – 24 – – – – 45 23 448 6 569 16 8 8 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 553

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 2 718 2 407 24 2 383 303 – 303 – – – – – – 8 8 – 24 692 20 540 457 20 083 3 129 32 3 097 113 – 113 675 62 613 235 228 7 58 282 37 237 429 36 808 20 513 61 20 452 62 – 62 376 12 364 94 65 29 20 807 11 594 7 11 587 8 985 7 8 978 22 – 22 141 – 141 65 55 10 10 322 7 528 48 7 480 2 746 10 2 736 14 – 14 28 – 28 6 6 – 3 072 2 038 – 2 038 1 034 – 1 034 – – – – – – – – – 13 176 11 574 197 11 377 1 208 4 1 204 66 – 66 174 7 167 154 154 – 8 372 4 739 – 4 739 3 604 – 3 604 8 – 8 5 – 5 16 16 – 23 694 21 207 174 21 033 2 318 11 2 307 71 – 71 37 – 37 61 61 – 6 569 5 919 16 5 903 639 – 639 11 – 11 – – – – – –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 88.6 11.1 – – – – – .3 100.0 83.2 12.7 .5 .5 2.7 2.6 .2 1.0 100.0 63.9 35.2 .1 .1 .6 .6 – .2 100.0 55.7 43.2 .1 .1 .7 .7 – .3 100.0 72.9 26.6 .1 .1 .3 .1 .1 .1 100.0 66.3 33.7 – – – – – – 100.0 87.8 9.2 .5 .5 1.3 1.3 – 1.2 100.0 56.6 43.0 .1 .1 .1 .1 – .2 100.0 89.5 9.8 .3 .3 .2 .2 – .3 100.0 90.1 9.7 .2 .2 – – – –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 1.2 1.2 – – – 98.8 100.0 3.2 1.7 .6 .1 .7 96.8 100.0 1.0 .3 .1 .1 .4 99.0 100.0 .3 .3 – – – 99.7 100.0 .6 .4 – – .2 99.4 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 2.7 .5 .7 .3 1.2 97.3 100.0 .2 .1 .1 – – 99.8 100.0 1.0 .2 .2 .1 .5 99.0 100.0 .2 .1 .1 – – 99.8

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 88.6 87.7 100.0 83.2 81.3 100.0 63.9 63.2 100.0 55.7 55.7 100.0 72.9 72.5 100.0 66.3 66.3 100.0 87.8 86.3 100.0 56.6 56.6 100.0 89.5 88.8 100.0 90.1 89.9

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Table 7.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Con.

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race

Honea Path town

Irmo town

Isle of Palms city

Johnston town

Judson CDP

Kingstree town

Ladson CDP

Lake City city

Lake Wylie CDP

Lancaster city

3 835 2 996 829 10 – – 10 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

11 280 9 830 1 230 16 16 – – 198 198 21 – – 134 43 – – – – – – – – – – – 6

3 682 3 671 – 11 11 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

2 688 1 054 1 602 11 11 – – 21 21 – – – – 21 – – – – – – – – – – – –

2 859 1 557 1 297 5 5 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

3 858 1 582 2 276 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

13 534 11 547 1 616 74 74 – – 244 244 – 207 8 18 – – – – – 11 – – – – – – 53

7 153 2 392 4 761 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

2 720 2 696 20 4 4 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

8 975 4 631 4 304 24 24 – – 6 6 – 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 10

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 3 835 31 5 – – 26 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 26 3 804 11 280 56 – 40 – 16 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 16 11 224 3 682 11 – – – 11 – – – – – – – – – 11 – 11 – – – – – – 3 671 2 688 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 688 2 859 47 – – 26 21 – – – – – – – – – 21 – – 21 – – – – – 2 812 3 858 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 858 13 534 243 79 53 5 106 – – – – – – – – – 22 22 – – – – – – 84 13 291 7 153 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 153 2 720 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 720 8 975 25 8 – 10 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 8 950

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 3 835 2 996 31 2 965 829 – 829 10 – 10 – – – – – – 11 280 9 830 56 9 774 1 230 – 1 230 16 – 16 198 – 198 6 – 6 3 682 3 671 11 3 660 – – – 11 – 11 – – – – – – 2 688 1 054 – 1 054 1 602 – 1 602 11 – 11 21 – 21 – – – 2 859 1 557 47 1 510 1 297 – 1 297 5 – 5 – – – – – – 3 858 1 582 – 1 582 2 276 – 2 276 – – – – – – – – – 13 534 11 547 202 11 345 1 616 9 1 607 74 6 68 244 – 244 53 26 27 7 153 2 392 – 2 392 4 761 – 4 761 – – – – – – – – – 2 720 2 696 – 2 696 20 – 20 4 – 4 – – – – – – 8 975 4 631 25 4 606 4 304 – 4 304 24 – 24 6 – 6 10 – 10

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 78.1 21.6 .3 – – – – – 100.0 87.1 10.9 .1 .1 1.8 1.8 – .1 100.0 99.7 – .3 .3 – – – – 100.0 39.2 59.6 .4 .4 .8 .8 – – 100.0 54.5 45.4 .2 .2 – – – – 100.0 41.0 59.0 – – – – – – 100.0 85.3 11.9 .5 .5 1.8 1.8 – .4 100.0 33.4 66.6 – – – – – – 100.0 99.1 .7 .1 .1 – – – – 100.0 51.6 48.0 .3 .3 .1 .1 – .1

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 .8 .1 – – .7 99.2 100.0 .5 – .4 – .1 99.5 100.0 .3 – – – .3 99.7 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 1.6 – – .9 .7 98.4 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 1.8 .6 .4 – .8 98.2 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 .3 .1 – .1 .1 99.7

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 78.1 77.3 100.0 87.1 86.6 100.0 99.7 99.4 100.0 39.2 39.2 100.0 54.5 52.8 100.0 41.0 41.0 100.0 85.3 83.8 100.0 33.4 33.4 100.0 99.1 99.1 100.0 51.6 51.3

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 7.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Con.

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race

Laurel Bay CDP

Laurens city

Lexington town

Liberty town

Little River CDP

Lugoff CDP

McColl town

Manning city

Marion city

Mauldin city

4 972 3 329 1 314 57 57 – – 155 142 – 123 9 – 10 – – – – – – 13 – – 13 – 117

9 694 5 625 4 032 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 37

3 289 3 004 230 8 8 – – 42 42 32 – – – 10 – – – – – – – – – – – 5

3 287 2 829 424 34 34 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

3 682 3 186 487 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 9

3 169 2 759 377 24 24 – – 9 9 – 9 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

2 685 2 002 382 301 301 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

4 428 1 940 2 480 – – – – 8 8 8 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

7 658 3 069 4 556 6 – – 6 27 27 23 – – – 4 – – – – – – – – – – – –

11 587 9 704 1 676 53 53 – – 154 154 44 47 – 63 – – – – – – – – – – – – –

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 4 972 215 116 48 – 51 – 10 – – – – 10 – – – – – – – – – – 41 4 757 9 694 38 6 – – 32 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 32 9 656 3 289 5 – – – 5 – – – – – – – – – 5 – – 5 – – – – – 3 284 3 287 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 287 3 682 22 9 – – 13 – 13 – – – – 13 – – – – – – – – – – – 3 660 3 169 7 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 162 2 685 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 685 4 428 21 14 – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 4 407 7 658 10 10 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 648 11 587 189 49 50 24 66 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 66 11 398

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 4 972 3 329 51 3 278 1 314 5 1 309 57 6 51 155 36 119 117 117 – 9 694 5 625 6 5 619 4 032 – 4 032 – – – – – – 37 32 5 3 289 3 004 – 3 004 230 – 230 8 – 8 42 – 42 5 5 – 3 287 2 829 – 2 829 424 – 424 34 – 34 – – – – – – 3 682 3 186 13 3 173 487 – 487 – – – – – – 9 9 – 3 169 2 759 7 2 752 377 – 377 24 – 24 9 – 9 – – – 2 685 2 002 – 2 002 382 – 382 301 – 301 – – – – – – 4 428 1 940 6 1 934 2 480 7 2 473 – – – 8 8 – – – – 7 658 3 069 10 3 059 4 556 – 4 556 6 – 6 27 – 27 – – – 11 587 9 704 150 9 554 1 676 7 1 669 53 9 44 154 23 131 – – –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 67.0 26.4 1.1 1.1 3.1 2.9 .3 2.4 100.0 58.0 41.6 – – – – – .4 100.0 91.3 7.0 .2 .2 1.3 1.3 – .2 100.0 86.1 12.9 1.0 1.0 – – – – 100.0 86.5 13.2 – – – – – .2 100.0 87.1 11.9 .8 .8 .3 .3 – – 100.0 74.6 14.2 11.2 11.2 – – – – 100.0 43.8 56.0 – – .2 .2 – – 100.0 40.1 59.5 .1 – .4 .4 – – 100.0 83.7 14.5 .5 .5 1.3 1.3 – –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 4.3 2.3 1.0 – 1.0 95.7 100.0 .4 .1 – – .3 99.6 100.0 .2 – – – .2 99.8 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 .6 .2 – – .4 99.4 100.0 .2 .2 – – – 99.8 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 .5 .3 – .2 – 99.5 100.0 .1 .1 – – – 99.9 100.0 1.6 .4 .4 .2 .6 98.4

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 67.0 65.9 100.0 58.0 58.0 100.0 91.3 91.3 100.0 86.1 86.1 100.0 86.5 86.2 100.0 87.1 86.8 100.0 74.6 74.6 100.0 43.8 43.7 100.0 40.1 39.9 100.0 83.7 82.5

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Table 7.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Con.

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race

Moncks Corner town

Mount Pleasant town

Mullins city

Murrells Inlet CDP

Myrtle Beach city

Newberry town

New Ellenton town

North Augusta city

North Charleston city

North Hartsville CDP

5 607 3 807 1 774 5 5 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 21

30 108 27 096 2 754 52 52 – – 185 172 100 – 9 6 47 10 – – – – – 13 13 – – – 21

5 910 2 497 3 342 24 24 – – 47 47 – 17 – 30 – – – – – – – – – – – – –

3 277 2 827 410 19 19 – – 21 21 9 – 12 – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

24 848 20 922 3 544 59 59 – – 246 246 – 25 9 75 55 26 – – – 21 35 – – – – – 77

10 539 6 095 4 400 – – – – 36 36 – – – – – 14 – – 22 – – – – – – – 8

2 630 1 727 898 5 5 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

15 366 12 846 2 364 49 49 – – 71 53 – – 11 26 – – – – – 10 6 18 – – – 18 36

70 161 43 978 24 112 443 438 5 – 1 151 1 123 15 690 120 37 56 98 – – – 56 51 28 – – 23 5 477

3 001 2 447 547 – – – – 7 7 – – – – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – –

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 5 607 49 26 23 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 5 558 30 108 373 76 53 42 202 10 10 3 – 7 – – – – 52 – 24 28 – – – – 130 29 735 5 910 18 18 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 5 892 3 277 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 277 24 848 245 87 25 – 133 – 45 8 – 13 – 24 – – 18 11 – 7 – – – – 70 24 603 10 539 28 15 – 6 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 7 10 511 2 630 5 5 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 625 15 366 84 12 14 – 58 – 24 – – – – – 24 – – – – – – – – – 34 15 282 70 161 1 675 556 425 76 618 118 53 – 10 6 14 18 5 – 29 8 14 – – 7 – – 418 68 486 3 001 25 – – – 25 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 25 2 976

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 5 607 3 807 23 3 784 1 774 5 1 769 5 – 5 – – – 21 21 – 30 108 27 096 335 26 761 2 754 17 2 737 52 – 52 185 – 185 21 21 – 5 910 2 497 18 2 479 3 342 – 3 342 24 – 24 47 – 47 – – – 3 277 2 827 – 2 827 410 – 410 19 – 19 21 – 21 – – – 24 848 20 922 176 20 746 3 544 – 3 544 59 – 59 246 – 246 77 69 8 10 539 6 095 20 6 075 4 400 – 4 400 – – – 36 – 36 8 8 – 2 630 1 727 – 1 727 898 – 898 5 5 – – – – – – – 15 366 12 846 48 12 798 2 364 – 2 364 49 – 49 71 – 71 36 36 – 70 161 43 978 722 43 256 24 112 371 23 741 443 – 443 1 151 140 1 011 477 442 35 3 001 2 447 25 2 422 547 – 547 – – – 7 – 7 – – –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 67.9 31.6 .1 .1 – – – .4 100.0 90.0 9.1 .2 .2 .6 .6 – .1 100.0 42.3 56.5 .4 .4 .8 .8 – – 100.0 86.3 12.5 .6 .6 .6 .6 – – 100.0 84.2 14.3 .2 .2 1.0 1.0 – .3 100.0 57.8 41.7 – – .3 .3 – .1 100.0 65.7 34.1 .2 .2 – – – – 100.0 83.6 15.4 .3 .3 .5 .3 .1 .2 100.0 62.7 34.4 .6 .6 1.6 1.6 – .7 100.0 81.5 18.2 – – .2 .2 – –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 .9 .5 .4 – – 99.1 100.0 1.2 .3 .2 .1 .7 98.8 100.0 .3 .3 – – – 99.7 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 1.0 .4 .1 – .5 99.0 100.0 .3 .1 – .1 .1 99.7 100.0 .2 .2 – – – 99.8 100.0 .5 .1 .1 – .4 99.5 100.0 2.4 .8 .6 .1 .9 97.6 100.0 .8 – – – .8 99.2

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 67.9 67.5 100.0 90.0 88.9 100.0 42.3 41.9 100.0 86.3 86.3 100.0 84.2 83.5 100.0 57.8 57.6 100.0 65.7 65.7 100.0 83.6 83.3 100.0 62.7 61.7 100.0 81.5 80.7

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 7.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Con.

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race

Northlake CDP

North Myrtle Beach city

Oak Grove CDP

Orangeburg city

Pageland town

Parker CDP

Parris Island CDP

Pendleton town

Pickens town

Piedmont CDP

3 162 3 007 151 – – – – 4 4 – – 4 – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

8 636 8 426 163 12 12 – – 25 14 – – – – – – – – – – 14 11 – – 11 – 10

7 173 6 781 345 14 14 – – 23 23 – – 6 – 12 – – – – – 5 – – – – – 10

13 739 5 363 8 208 27 27 – – 136 136 – – 26 83 – 15 – – – – 12 – – – – – 5

3 021 2 060 911 36 36 – – 14 14 – – – – – 14 – – – – – – – – – – –

11 072 9 969 1 058 15 15 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 30

7 172 4 981 1 666 105 105 – – 105 81 – 48 – – 5 15 – 6 – – 7 24 7 12 5 – 315

3 401 2 315 1 033 32 25 7 – 13 13 13 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 8

3 120 2 485 617 18 18 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

4 057 3 848 194 15 15 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 3 162 6 – 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 156 8 636 45 10 13 – 22 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 22 8 591 7 173 56 – 47 – 9 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 9 7 117 13 739 40 – – – 40 – – – – – – – – – 5 – – – – – – 5 35 13 699 3 021 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 021 11 072 59 4 – – 55 – – – – – – – – – 55 – – 55 – – – – – 11 013 7 172 559 140 225 52 142 20 18 – 7 – – 11 – – 51 – 7 20 19 – – 5 53 6 613 3 401 18 8 – – 10 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 10 3 383 3 120 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 120 4 057 7 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 4 050

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 3 162 3 007 6 3 001 151 – 151 – – – 4 – 4 – – – 8 636 8 426 35 8 391 163 – 163 12 – 12 25 – 25 10 10 – 7 173 6 781 49 6 732 345 7 338 14 – 14 23 – 23 10 – 10 13 739 5 363 30 5 333 8 208 5 8 203 27 – 27 136 – 136 5 5 – 3 021 2 060 – 2 060 911 – 911 36 – 36 14 – 14 – – – 11 072 9 969 29 9 940 1 058 – 1 058 15 – 15 – – – 30 30 – 7 172 4 981 181 4 800 1 666 42 1 624 105 28 77 105 6 99 315 302 13 3 401 2 315 18 2 297 1 033 – 1 033 32 – 32 13 – 13 8 – 8 3 120 2 485 – 2 485 617 – 617 18 – 18 – – – – – – 4 057 3 848 7 3 841 194 – 194 15 – 15 – – – – – –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 95.1 4.8 – – .1 .1 – – 100.0 97.6 1.9 .1 .1 .3 .2 .1 .1 100.0 94.5 4.8 .2 .2 .3 .3 – .1 100.0 39.0 59.7 .2 .2 1.0 1.0 – – 100.0 68.2 30.2 1.2 1.2 .5 .5 – – 100.0 90.0 9.6 .1 .1 – – – .3 100.0 69.5 23.2 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.1 .3 4.4 100.0 68.1 30.4 .9 .7 .4 .4 – .2 100.0 79.6 19.8 .6 .6 – – – – 100.0 94.8 4.8 .4 .4 – – – –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 .2 – .2 – – 99.8 100.0 .5 .1 .2 – .3 99.5 100.0 .8 – .7 – .1 99.2 100.0 .3 – – – .3 99.7 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 .5 – – – .5 99.5 100.0 7.8 2.0 3.1 .7 2.0 92.2 100.0 .5 .2 – – .3 99.5 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 .2 .2 – – – 99.8

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 95.1 94.9 100.0 97.6 97.2 100.0 94.5 93.9 100.0 39.0 38.8 100.0 68.2 68.2 100.0 90.0 89.8 100.0 69.5 66.9 100.0 68.1 67.5 100.0 79.6 79.6 100.0 94.8 94.7

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Table 7.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Con.

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race

Port Royal town

Red Bank CDP

Red Hill CDP

Rock Hill city

St. Andrews CDP

Saluda town

Sans Souci CDP

Saxon CDP

Seneca town

Seven Oaks CDP

2 985 1 899 1 012 13 13 – – 48 48 – 13 15 5 – 15 – – – – – – – – – – 13

5 950 5 392 514 29 29 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 15

6 112 5 830 255 14 14 – – 13 13 – – – – – 13 – – – – – – – – – – –

41 643 25 204 15 883 197 197 – – 319 313 91 17 – 132 – 67 – – – – 6 6 6 – – – 40

25 692 15 962 9 246 39 32 7 – 254 254 44 10 36 105 25 6 – – – 19 9 – – – – – 191

2 831 1 577 1 254 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

7 612 7 051 522 6 6 – – 7 7 – – – – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – 26

4 002 2 868 1 122 – – – – 12 12 – – 12 – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

7 726 5 204 2 509 – – – – 13 13 – – – – 13 – – – – – – – – – – – –

15 722 13 533 1 867 25 16 – 9 239 239 30 39 – 116 34 – – – – 7 13 – – – – – 58

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 2 985 111 23 46 – 42 – 7 7 – – – – – – 6 – 6 – – – – – 29 2 874 5 950 55 21 20 – 14 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 14 5 895 6 112 39 – 12 – 27 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 27 6 073 41 643 209 92 41 – 76 – 23 9 – – – 10 4 – 35 – 29 – – – 6 – 18 41 434 25 692 369 163 67 31 108 13 8 – – 8 – – – – 26 – – – – – 9 17 61 25 323 2 831 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 831 7 612 161 – 73 19 69 – – – – – – – – – 64 – – 64 – – – – 5 7 451 4 002 21 6 15 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 981 7 726 18 – – – 18 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 18 7 708 15 722 138 20 13 – 105 – 10 – – – 10 – – – 59 – – 7 – 31 – 21 36 15 584

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 2 985 1 899 66 1 833 1 012 33 979 13 – 13 48 6 42 13 6 7 5 950 5 392 40 5 352 514 – 514 29 – 29 – – – 15 15 – 6 112 5 830 12 5 818 255 27 228 14 – 14 13 – 13 – – – 41 643 25 204 126 25 078 15 883 42 15 841 197 – 197 319 6 313 40 35 5 25 692 15 962 101 15 861 9 246 77 9 169 39 – 39 254 – 254 191 191 – 2 831 1 577 – 1 577 1 254 – 1 254 – – – – – – – – – 7 612 7 051 135 6 916 522 – 522 6 – 6 7 – 7 26 26 – 4 002 2 868 17 2 851 1 122 4 1 118 – – – 12 – 12 – – – 7 726 5 204 18 5 186 2 509 – 2 509 – – – 13 – 13 – – – 15 722 13 533 64 13 469 1 867 10 1 857 25 – 25 239 6 233 58 58 –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 63.6 33.9 .4 .4 1.6 1.6 – .4 100.0 90.6 8.6 .5 .5 – – – .3 100.0 95.4 4.2 .2 .2 .2 .2 – – 100.0 60.5 38.1 .5 .5 .8 .8 – .1 100.0 62.1 36.0 .2 .1 1.0 1.0 – .7 100.0 55.7 44.3 – – – – – – 100.0 92.6 6.9 .1 .1 .1 .1 – .3 100.0 71.7 28.0 – – .3 .3 – – 100.0 67.4 32.5 – – .2 .2 – – 100.0 86.1 11.9 .2 .1 1.5 1.5 – .4

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 3.7 .8 1.5 – 1.4 96.3 100.0 .9 .4 .3 – .2 99.1 100.0 .6 – .2 – .4 99.4 100.0 .5 .2 .1 – .2 99.5 100.0 1.4 .6 .3 .1 .4 98.6 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 2.1 – 1.0 .2 .9 97.9 100.0 .5 .1 .4 – – 99.5 100.0 .2 – – – .2 99.8 100.0 .9 .1 .1 – .7 99.1

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 63.6 61.4 100.0 90.6 89.9 100.0 95.4 95.2 100.0 60.5 60.2 100.0 62.1 61.7 100.0 55.7 55.7 100.0 92.6 90.9 100.0 71.7 71.2 100.0 67.4 67.1 100.0 86.1 85.7

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 7.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Con.

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race

Shell Point CDP

Simpsonville town

Socastee CDP

Southern Shops CDP

South Sumter CDP

Spartanburg city

Springdale CDP

Springdale town

2 772 2 321 356 22 22 – – 44 35 – – 35 – – – – – – – – 9 9 – – – 29

11 708 10 409 1 186 8 8 – – 99 99 – – 10 46 34 9 – – – – – – – – – – 6

10 426 9 298 774 35 35 – – 265 259 10 33 50 – 14 76 – – – 76 – 6 6 – – – 54

3 378 2 807 549 13 13 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 9

4 371 444 3 927 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

43 467 23 202 19 806 43 43 – – 349 341 50 31 7 213 5 28 – – – – 7 8 8 – – – 67

2 604 1 941 648 7 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 8

3 226 3 050 169 – – – – 7 7 – – – – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – –

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 2 772 86 20 27 14 25 – – – – – – – – – 10 – – – – – 10 – 15 2 686 11 708 97 34 24 – 39 – – – – – – – – – 10 – – 10 – – – – 29 11 611 10 426 144 42 24 7 71 6 7 – – – – 7 – – 9 – – – – – – 9 49 10 282 3 378 24 24 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 354 4 371 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 4 371 43 467 412 81 91 12 228 – 26 – – 13 6 – 7 – 60 – 23 30 – 7 – – 142 43 055 2 604 8 – – 8 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 596 3 226 38 – 12 18 8 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 8 3 188

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 2 772 2 321 57 2 264 356 – 356 22 – 22 44 – 44 29 29 – 11 708 10 409 97 10 312 1 186 – 1 186 8 – 8 99 – 99 6 – 6 10 426 9 298 87 9 211 774 11 763 35 – 35 265 – 265 54 46 8 3 378 2 807 15 2 792 549 – 549 13 – 13 – – – 9 9 – 4 371 444 – 444 3 927 – 3 927 – – – – – – – – – 43 467 23 202 303 22 899 19 806 16 19 790 43 – 43 349 26 323 67 67 – 2 604 1 941 – 1 941 648 – 648 7 – 7 – – – 8 8 – 3 226 3 050 38 3 012 169 – 169 – – – 7 – 7 – – –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 83.7 12.8 .8 .8 1.6 1.3 .3 1.0 100.0 88.9 10.1 .1 .1 .8 .8 – .1 100.0 89.2 7.4 .3 .3 2.5 2.5 .1 .5 100.0 83.1 16.3 .4 .4 – – – .3 100.0 10.2 89.8 – – – – – – 100.0 53.4 45.6 .1 .1 .8 .8 – .2 100.0 74.5 24.9 .3 .3 – – – .3 100.0 94.5 5.2 – – .2 .2 – –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 3.1 .7 1.0 .5 .9 96.9 100.0 .8 .3 .2 – .3 99.2 100.0 1.4 .4 .2 .1 .7 98.6 100.0 .7 .7 – – – 99.3 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 .9 .2 .2 – .5 99.1 100.0 .3 – – .3 – 99.7 100.0 1.2 – .4 .6 .2 98.8

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 83.7 81.7 100.0 88.9 88.1 100.0 89.2 88.3 100.0 83.1 82.7 100.0 10.2 10.2 100.0 53.4 52.7 100.0 74.5 74.5 100.0 94.5 93.4

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Table 7.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Con.

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race

Summerville town

Sumter city

Surfside Beach town

Taylors CDP

Tega Cay city

Travelers Rest city

Union city

Valencia Heights CDP

22 537 18 140 4 012 117 117 – – 181 170 12 68 29 22 12 – – – – – 27 11 11 – – – 87

41 945 24 937 16 205 90 90 – – 498 423 67 77 19 95 95 13 – – – 30 27 75 75 – – – 215

3 845 3 726 23 80 59 21 – 16 16 – – 16 – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

19 619 17 414 2 030 37 37 – – 48 48 17 – – – – – – – – – 31 – – – – – 90

3 205 3 187 – 18 18 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

3 069 2 714 355 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

9 874 5 983 3 864 7 7 – – 20 20 – 9 7 – – – – – – – 4 – – – – – –

4 122 3 191 834 – – – – 34 34 – – – 10 24 – – – – – – – – – – – 63

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 22 537 303 115 52 37 99 – 55 – – 55 – – – – 9 – – 9 – – – – 35 22 234 41 945 597 250 142 44 161 – 8 – – – – 8 – – 30 – – 25 5 – – – 123 41 348 3 845 76 8 56 – 12 – – – – – – – – – 6 – – – – – 6 – 6 3 769 19 619 242 62 107 17 56 7 – – – – – – – – 29 – 18 – – – – 11 20 19 377 3 205 38 – – 8 30 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 30 3 167 3 069 18 – – 18 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 051 9 874 29 13 – – 16 – 7 – – – – – 7 – – – – – – – – – 9 9 845 4 122 148 31 52 – 65 – 25 – 25 – – – – – – – – – – – – – 40 3 974

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 22 537 18 140 175 17 965 4 012 36 3 976 117 – 117 181 31 150 87 61 26 41 945 24 937 323 24 614 16 205 42 16 163 90 – 90 498 27 471 215 205 10 3 845 3 726 76 3 650 23 – 23 80 – 80 16 – 16 – – – 19 619 17 414 135 17 279 2 030 17 2 013 37 – 37 48 – 48 90 90 – 3 205 3 187 38 3 149 – – – 18 – 18 – – – – – – 3 069 2 714 18 2 696 355 – 355 – – – – – – – – – 9 874 5 983 20 5 963 3 864 – 3 864 7 – 7 20 9 11 – – – 4 122 3 191 94 3 097 834 7 827 – – – 34 – 34 63 47 16

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 80.5 17.8 .5 .5 .8 .8 – .4 100.0 59.5 38.6 .2 .2 1.2 1.0 .2 .5 100.0 96.9 .6 2.1 1.5 .4 .4 – – 100.0 88.8 10.3 .2 .2 .2 .2 – .5 100.0 99.4 – .6 .6 – – – – 100.0 88.4 11.6 – – – – – – 100.0 60.6 39.1 .1 .1 .2 .2 – – 100.0 77.4 20.2 – – .8 .8 – 1.5

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 1.3 .5 .2 .2 .4 98.7 100.0 1.4 .6 .3 .1 .4 98.6 100.0 2.0 .2 1.5 – .3 98.0 100.0 1.2 .3 .5 .1 .3 98.8 100.0 1.2 – – .2 .9 98.8 100.0 .6 – – .6 – 99.4 100.0 .3 .1 – – .2 99.7 100.0 3.6 .8 1.3 – 1.6 96.4

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 80.5 79.7 100.0 59.5 58.7 100.0 96.9 94.9 100.0 88.8 88.1 100.0 99.4 98.3 100.0 88.4 87.8 100.0 60.6 60.4 100.0 77.4 75.1

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 7.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Con.

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race

Valley Falls CDP

Wade Hampton CDP

Walhalla town

Walterboro city

Welcome CDP

Wellford city

West Columbia city

Westminster town

3 504 3 217 195 16 16 – – 76 76 62 – – – 14 – – – – – – – – – – – –

20 014 18 831 969 – – – – 197 197 95 – – 30 13 37 – – – – 22 – – – – – 17

3 755 3 475 280 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

5 492 2 997 2 488 – – – – 7 7 – – 7 – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

6 560 5 833 675 18 18 – – 19 19 – – 6 7 6 – – – – – – – – – – – 15

2 627 1 527 1 094 6 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

10 588 8 661 1 900 – – – – 21 21 6 – 10 – – 5 – – – – – – – – – – 6

3 284 2 839 423 8 8 – – 14 14 – 14 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 3 504 31 – – – 31 – 7 – – – – 7 – – – – – – – – – – 24 3 473 20 014 172 70 14 27 61 – – – – – – – – – 40 7 – 23 – 10 – – 21 19 842 3 755 158 158 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 597 5 492 54 48 – – 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 5 438 6 560 85 64 6 7 8 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 8 6 475 2 627 21 21 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 606 10 588 74 16 3 11 44 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 44 10 514 3 284 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 284

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 3 504 3 217 31 3 186 195 – 195 16 – 16 76 – 76 – – – 20 014 18 831 172 18 659 969 – 969 – – – 197 – 197 17 – 17 3 755 3 475 158 3 317 280 – 280 – – – – – – – – – 5 492 2 997 6 2 991 2 488 48 2 440 – – – 7 – 7 – – – 6 560 5 833 77 5 756 675 – 675 18 – 18 19 – 19 15 8 7 2 627 1 527 21 1 506 1 094 – 1 094 6 – 6 – – – – – – 10 588 8 661 68 8 593 1 900 – 1 900 – – – 21 – 21 6 6 – 3 284 2 839 – 2 839 423 – 423 8 – 8 14 – 14 – – –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 91.8 5.6 .5 .5 2.2 2.2 – – 100.0 94.1 4.8 – – 1.0 1.0 – .1 100.0 92.5 7.5 – – – – – – 100.0 54.6 45.3 – – .1 .1 – – 100.0 88.9 10.3 .3 .3 .3 .3 – .2 100.0 58.1 41.6 .2 .2 – – – – 100.0 81.8 17.9 – – .2 .2 – .1 100.0 86.4 12.9 .2 .2 .4 .4 – –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 .9 – – – .9 99.1 100.0 .9 .3 .1 .1 .3 99.1 100.0 4.2 4.2 – – – 95.8 100.0 1.0 .9 – – .1 99.0 100.0 1.3 1.0 .1 .1 .1 98.7 100.0 .8 .8 – – – 99.2 100.0 .7 .2 – .1 .4 99.3 100.0 – – – – – 100.0

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 91.8 90.9 100.0 94.1 93.2 100.0 92.5 88.3 100.0 54.6 54.5 100.0 88.9 87.7 100.0 58.1 57.3 100.0 81.8 81.2 100.0 86.4 86.4

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Table 7.

Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990 Con.

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Eskimo Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Chinese Filipino Japanese Asian Indian Korean Vietnamese Cambodian Hmong Laotian Thai Other Asian Pacific Islander Hawaiian Samoan Guamanian Other Pacific Islander Other race

Wilkinson Heights CDP

Williamston town

Williston town

Winnsboro town

Woodfield CDP

Woodruff town

York city

3 394 147 3 240 – – – – 7 7 – – – – – – – – – – 7 – – – – – –

3 876 3 119 757 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

3 098 1 696 1 402 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

3 600 1 422 2 178 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

8 862 5 428 2 822 32 22 – 10 329 320 – 83 144 – 48 11 – – – – 34 9 9 – – – 251

4 365 3 136 1 223 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6

6 709 4 049 2 634 14 14 – – 5 5 – – – – – – – – – 5 – – – – – – 7

HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Dominican (Dominican Republic) Central American Costa Rican Guatemalan Honduran Nicaraguan Panamanian Salvadoran Other Central American South American Argentinean Chilean Colombian Ecuadorian Peruvian Venezuelan Other South American All other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 3 394 83 – – – 83 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 83 3 311 3 876 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 876 3 098 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 098 3 600 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 600 8 862 503 23 352 21 107 – 52 – – – – 15 – 37 33 – – 33 – – – – 22 8 359 4 365 18 18 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 4 347 6 709 32 – 13 19 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 677

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Black Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Asian or Pacific Islander Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin Other race Hispanic origin Not of Hispanic origin 3 394 147 – 147 3 240 76 3 164 – – – 7 7 – – – – 3 876 3 119 – 3 119 757 – 757 – – – – – – – – – 3 098 1 696 – 1 696 1 402 – 1 402 – – – – – – – – – 3 600 1 422 – 1 422 2 178 – 2 178 – – – – – – – – – 8 862 5 428 227 5 201 2 822 10 2 812 32 – 32 329 15 314 251 251 – 4 365 3 136 12 3 124 1 223 – 1 223 – – – – – – 6 6 – 6 709 4 049 25 4 024 2 634 – 2 634 14 – 14 5 – 5 7 7 –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut American Indian Asian or Pacific Islander Asian Pacific Islander Other race 100.0 4.3 95.5 – – .2 .2 – – 100.0 80.5 19.5 – – – – – – 100.0 54.7 45.3 – – – – – – 100.0 39.5 60.5 – – – – – – 100.0 61.3 31.8 .4 .2 3.7 3.6 .1 2.8 100.0 71.8 28.0 – – – – – .1 100.0 60.4 39.3 .2 .2 .1 .1 – .1

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons Hispanic origin (of any race) Mexican Puerto Rican Cuban Other Hispanic Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 2.4 – – – 2.4 97.6 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 – – – – – 100.0 100.0 5.7 .3 4.0 .2 1.2 94.3 100.0 .4 .4 – – – 99.6 100.0 .5 – .2 .3 – 99.5

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
All persons White Not of Hispanic origin 100.0 4.3 4.3 100.0 80.5 80.5 100.0 54.7 54.7 100.0 39.5 39.5 100.0 61.3 58.7 100.0 71.8 71.6 100.0 60.4 60.0

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 8.

Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for White Persons and for Households and Families with a White Householder: 1990
All persons Persons 5 years and over Persons 25 years and over Median income in 1989 (dollars) Income in 1989 below poverty level

[Threshold is 1,000 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
The State

Total 2 407 683

Percent foreign born 1.2

Native persons Percent born in State of residence 62.0

Percent living in different house in 1985 45.8

Percent who speak a language other than English at home 2.9

Percent high school graduate or higher 73.6

Percent with bachelor’s degree or higher 19.8

Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor force 66.9

Civilian labor force Percent unemployed 3.8

Employed persons 16 years and over Percent in managerial and professional specialty occupations 25.7

Households 30 118

Families 35 023

Per capita income in 1989 (dollars) 14 115

Percent of persons for whom poverty status is determined 8.5

Percent of families 5.9

URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF PLACE
Urban Inside urbanized area Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural Place of 1,000 to 2,499 Place of less than 1,000 Other rural Rural farm 1 313 216 1 012 974 261 936 751 038 300 242 74 490 225 752 1 094 467 74 575 32 314 987 578 29 747 1.7 1.8 2.3 1.6 1.2 1.9 1.0 .7 .6 .9 .7 .6 53.7 51.6 52.5 51.3 60.6 52.5 63.2 71.9 75.8 74.1 71.6 84.2 51.4 52.8 56.9 51.3 47.1 52.6 45.2 39.0 36.2 35.2 39.4 18.8 3.5 3.7 4.4 3.5 2.7 3.1 2.6 2.2 2.2 2.3 2.2 2.5 78.6 80.4 83.0 79.4 72.9 78.9 70.8 67.5 60.3 70.2 68.0 68.2 25.2 26.2 34.6 23.2 22.1 31.7 18.8 13.2 11.0 17.7 13.2 15.6 67.3 68.7 64.9 70.1 62.7 59.9 63.7 66.4 61.0 59.4 67.0 63.1 3.7 3.6 3.5 3.6 4.2 4.0 4.3 4.0 4.8 4.0 3.9 2.8 30.7 31.5 37.0 29.6 28.1 32.4 26.6 19.8 18.3 23.1 19.8 16.9 30 31 29 32 27 31 26 29 23 26 29 30 797 552 472 166 735 095 848 170 651 546 741 002 36 37 38 37 34 40 32 33 29 32 33 33 694 410 721 116 572 234 703 013 242 403 370 777 15 15 16 14 14 17 13 12 11 13 12 15 209 391 915 859 597 740 560 801 634 753 858 125 8.2 7.5 9.2 7.0 10.3 10.7 10.2 8.9 11.1 10.1 8.7 7.3 5.3 4.8 4.3 5.0 6.7 5.4 7.1 6.5 7.6 6.8 6.4 5.0

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN AREA
Inside metropolitan area In central city Not in central city Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Rural Outside metropolitan area Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural 1 558 217 1 341 795 711 84 545 848 301 85 215 52 163 547 730 124 606 671 258 413 935 953 468 639 829 153 676 485 1.4 2.3 1.2 1.5 1.6 1.1 .7 1.0 1.5 2.2 1.2 2.0 1.0 .7 59.4 55.5 60.0 53.6 52.2 65.7 69.3 66.8 52.4 36.8 58.5 49.5 61.4 74.7 48.0 56.1 46.6 50.1 50.8 43.9 41.6 41.9 51.8 60.6 48.3 52.9 46.9 36.4 3.1 4.4 2.9 3.4 3.5 2.7 2.2 2.6 3.1 4.2 2.7 3.1 2.6 2.3 75.6 82.3 74.5 78.1 79.3 68.5 69.2 70.0 77.3 84.4 74.6 80.6 72.5 65.9 21.9 36.9 19.4 23.1 23.4 20.7 14.0 16.0 22.4 21.8 22.6 31.2 19.6 12.4 68.2 63.5 69.0 69.8 70.4 64.7 67.9 64.5 63.9 68.8 62.0 58.7 63.0 64.8 3.6 3.4 3.7 3.6 3.6 4.5 3.7 4.2 4.2 4.5 4.1 3.7 4.3 4.2 27.6 38.0 25.9 29.5 29.9 26.5 20.7 22.1 28.4 27.4 28.8 31.3 27.9 18.9 31 30 31 31 32 27 31 27 27 27 27 32 26 27 435 215 623 948 368 564 107 416 739 605 801 381 475 257 36 40 36 37 37 34 35 31 33 31 34 40 32 31 687 545 275 143 412 901 116 947 477 482 436 461 380 359 14 17 14 14 14 13 13 13 14 14 14 19 13 12 612 194 194 812 924 867 294 201 812 636 882 205 505 314 7.9 9.2 7.7 7.5 7.0 11.5 7.9 9.7 9.4 8.1 9.9 8.1 10.4 9.8 5.2 3.9 5.3 5.1 5.0 6.2 5.7 7.1 6.5 5.6 6.9 5.5 7.4 7.3

COUNTY
Abbeville County Aiken County Allendale County Anderson County Bamberg County Barnwell County Beaufort County Berkeley County Calhoun County Charleston County Cherokee County Chester County Chesterfield County Clarendon County Colleton County Darlington County Dillon County Dorchester County Edgefield County Fairfield County Florence County Georgetown County Greenville County Greenwood County Hampton County Horry County Jasper County Kershaw County Lancaster County Laurens County Lee County Lexington County McCormick County Marion County Marlboro County Newberry County Oconee County Orangeburg County Pickens County Richland County Saluda County Spartanburg County Sumter County Union County Williamsburg County York County 16 90 3 120 6 11 59 93 6 187 35 19 25 12 18 36 15 62 9 9 69 26 259 41 8 117 6 31 40 41 6 147 3 15 14 21 52 34 85 160 10 177 56 21 13 103 295 743 641 268 478 477 779 931 135 740 041 091 536 262 623 829 898 336 764 244 553 077 576 101 279 244 530 016 506 421 866 430 657 152 417 492 241 878 883 293 883 522 839 158 103 455 .6 .8 1.4 .5 .7 .8 2.3 1.3 .3 1.9 .2 .6 .4 .7 .7 .4 .3 1.7 .7 .9 1.1 1.6 1.6 .8 .7 1.8 .5 1.1 .4 .5 .7 1.0 .5 .8 .4 .4 1.1 .6 .8 2.5 .1 1.2 1.6 .2 .3 1.0 79.6 39.6 73.1 74.5 78.4 68.8 21.6 46.4 75.5 48.6 77.2 79.6 73.8 81.7 76.5 80.9 82.2 44.9 49.0 76.6 76.2 65.7 61.4 76.1 80.5 46.7 51.0 70.8 72.8 79.1 88.9 66.2 67.7 84.2 73.8 81.3 70.3 77.5 69.4 52.8 86.9 72.7 52.7 86.9 89.7 52.2 33.1 44.0 36.2 37.8 32.8 39.4 67.4 57.1 30.5 57.5 35.0 33.3 32.4 37.4 38.0 34.7 33.5 57.3 36.3 34.7 40.8 42.9 46.1 41.7 27.0 54.1 38.0 38.8 32.7 37.2 31.3 46.6 40.7 33.1 36.1 32.3 42.0 36.7 46.6 54.2 29.8 41.3 54.2 31.8 25.6 47.1 1.9 2.4 3.7 2.0 3.1 3.3 4.1 3.2 1.8 4.2 1.2 1.5 2.4 2.4 2.2 2.4 2.3 3.5 2.1 2.3 3.2 3.2 3.1 2.4 1.6 3.4 1.6 3.2 1.7 1.6 2.0 2.8 2.6 2.4 2.4 1.4 2.5 2.7 2.1 4.7 1.6 2.7 4.1 1.4 1.4 2.3 64.3 75.3 68.2 66.2 70.1 68.4 90.9 79.9 75.7 83.6 59.0 62.8 58.3 66.9 70.2 68.4 59.4 83.1 74.9 68.3 71.6 71.4 74.7 70.1 69.3 77.6 62.7 72.8 63.2 62.4 66.3 79.1 64.9 64.6 57.4 70.5 63.8 70.7 65.9 86.6 66.2 66.6 79.7 58.1 65.2 71.3 13.8 19.7 16.8 14.1 14.5 16.9 32.8 12.7 17.7 28.5 10.3 12.0 9.7 15.0 11.8 15.7 10.7 20.1 17.4 15.2 18.7 21.3 23.1 19.9 11.6 17.6 7.3 14.7 10.9 13.3 9.8 21.9 12.4 12.6 10.7 16.2 13.8 16.2 17.0 36.7 10.2 16.2 18.8 8.7 14.3 19.2 60.5 64.6 56.4 65.1 60.8 66.1 68.1 71.7 66.0 69.7 66.7 63.4 65.2 59.9 61.2 63.7 61.9 70.8 65.2 62.6 66.4 61.8 67.7 63.2 61.5 66.0 64.5 65.0 66.6 63.0 64.3 72.7 50.8 65.8 60.5 61.9 63.4 61.4 63.4 69.0 63.1 66.3 70.3 61.7 63.2 69.8 3.8 4.5 5.5 4.1 4.0 3.9 3.6 4.3 3.9 3.2 5.9 5.1 4.3 2.3 2.9 2.8 5.0 3.8 3.1 3.1 3.2 3.8 3.5 4.0 3.9 4.3 4.2 2.9 4.6 5.3 4.3 3.1 3.6 4.4 5.6 3.6 5.0 4.3 4.3 2.9 5.5 4.1 4.1 4.3 2.5 4.1 19.1 28.3 27.0 20.7 23.1 26.6 31.4 21.4 23.6 32.6 16.6 17.6 17.1 23.9 19.0 21.8 20.2 27.0 25.4 23.7 25.9 25.7 28.8 26.0 20.5 24.9 20.5 21.6 16.9 19.6 16.2 27.8 23.6 20.9 19.5 22.9 18.3 24.1 22.0 39.3 17.4 22.4 23.5 16.5 20.6 24.0 25 33 24 27 24 31 36 31 31 32 26 26 24 24 28 27 21 33 29 28 29 30 31 26 25 27 25 31 27 26 24 34 24 25 21 27 26 28 26 33 26 29 27 23 25 33 587 361 055 311 316 256 644 430 083 081 247 247 446 964 111 397 333 746 192 436 745 324 185 653 286 058 053 615 906 603 941 511 392 241 567 032 256 497 859 459 190 140 842 724 594 851 30 38 32 32 28 35 40 33 35 38 30 30 29 29 32 33 27 37 35 32 35 34 37 32 30 30 28 35 32 30 31 39 31 30 25 32 31 33 33 42 31 34 31 28 30 38 491 987 596 773 163 933 764 142 990 052 746 382 746 532 508 374 255 131 591 565 301 764 185 874 576 870 497 614 334 596 440 084 444 632 541 655 418 716 041 284 221 041 028 149 044 606 11 14 12 12 12 14 18 12 14 16 11 12 11 12 12 13 10 13 14 12 14 15 15 13 12 13 10 13 12 12 11 15 10 11 10 12 12 13 11 17 11 13 13 10 11 14 369 938 312 931 678 131 878 251 313 339 575 305 275 253 216 618 291 347 258 951 163 063 188 508 248 873 810 838 616 025 684 081 941 700 362 590 741 273 756 032 779 491 025 939 871 787 8.3 9.0 12.5 8.8 16.6 9.5 5.2 7.4 6.3 7.9 10.8 8.2 11.9 12.0 9.5 10.3 15.2 7.2 7.3 8.5 9.3 9.4 7.3 8.8 14.0 9.8 14.2 7.2 8.7 9.0 8.3 6.5 10.0 12.7 16.6 7.9 10.3 10.0 11.6 7.3 10.4 8.1 8.8 11.6 10.3 6.8 6.1 6.7 9.4 5.9 12.1 7.0 4.0 6.2 5.2 5.0 7.8 5.8 8.6 10.2 7.1 7.3 10.6 5.1 5.3 5.6 6.5 6.4 4.8 6.3 10.7 7.1 11.2 5.4 6.4 6.2 4.7 4.5 7.1 9.8 13.7 5.4 7.4 7.0 6.3 3.3 8.1 5.6 7.0 8.8 7.7 4.4

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Table 8.

Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for White Persons and for Households and Families with a White Householder: 1990 Con.
All persons Persons 5 years and over Persons 25 years and over Median income in 1989 (dollars) Income in 1989 below poverty level

[Threshold is 1,000 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
Abbeville city Aiken city Allendale town Anderson city Andrews town Arial CDP Bamberg town Barnwell city Batesburg town Beaufort city Belton city Belvedere CDP Bennettsville city Berea CDP Bishopville town Boiling Springs CDP Burton CDP Camden city Cayce city Centerville CDP Charleston city Cheraw town Cherryvale CDP Chester city Clearwater CDP Clemson city Clinton city Clover town Columbia city Conway city Darlington city Dentsville CDP Dillon city Dunean CDP Easley city East Gaffney CDP Edgefield town Edisto CDP Florence city Forest Acres city Forestbrook CDP Fort Mill town Fountain Inn town Gaffney city Gantt CDP Garden City CDP Georgetown city Gloverville CDP Goose Creek city Greenville city Greenwood city Greer city Hampton town Hanahan city Hartsville city Hilton Head Island town Homeland Park CDP Honea Path town Irmo town Isle of Palms city Johnston town Judson CDP Kingstree town Ladson CDP Lake City city Lake Wylie CDP Lancaster city Laurel Bay CDP Laurens city Lexington town Liberty town Little River CDP Lugoff CDP McColl town Manning city Marion city Mauldin city Moncks Corner town Mount Pleasant town Mullins city

Total

Percent foreign born

Native persons Percent born in State of residence

Percent living in different house in 1985

Percent who speak a language other than English at home

Percent high school graduate or higher

Percent with bachelor’s degree or higher

Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor force

Civilian labor force Percent unemployed

Employed persons 16 years and over Percent in managerial and professional specialty occupations

Households

Families

Per capita income in 1989 (dollars)

Percent of persons for whom poverty status is determined

Percent of families

3 13 1 17 1 2 1 2 1 6 3 4 3 11 1 3 4 3 8 4 46 2 1 2 4 9 5 2 52 5 3 6 4 3 13 2 1 1 15 6 2 4 2 7 5 6 4 2 20 37 11 7 2 11 4 21 5 2 9 3 1 1 1 11 2 2 4 3 5 3 2 3 2 2 1 3 9 3 27 2

152 482 147 038 387 533 820 999 867 676 897 935 948 689 429 489 146 777 838 614 037 745 867 806 190 234 089 815 785 652 238 174 327 711 103 829 287 085 621 509 411 100 965 894 618 204 307 407 540 237 594 528 038 574 739 207 919 996 830 671 054 557 582 547 392 696 631 329 625 004 829 186 759 002 940 069 704 807 096 497

1.6 1.3 4.0 .7 1.2 – .3 .6 .9 1.1 .3 .2 1.1 1.7 – .3 .7 1.3 .8 .7 2.9 2.0 1.4 .6 .5 3.4 .8 – 2.8 .4 1.6 2.5 .3 .1 .8 – 1.2 .6 2.3 1.9 2.4 .3 1.1 .6 .9 3.7 .5 .7 1.7 2.1 1.1 .5 1.3 1.3 .7 3.8 – – .5 3.9 – .4 – 1.1 .8 4.3 .1 .5 .3 1.0 .4 2.2 .8 .3 .5 .3 .9 .5 2.1 1.9

76.7 31.7 69.0 69.4 82.6 83.4 81.6 65.2 78.0 37.6 82.4 22.1 67.6 73.9 84.1 77.1 33.4 67.5 71.4 63.1 50.0 71.3 29.2 77.1 35.2 39.6 71.3 51.4 52.7 65.1 77.3 50.7 74.9 70.0 73.4 86.5 68.6 84.0 64.6 55.3 22.9 53.5 70.3 71.1 64.7 20.4 67.1 58.8 28.9 50.7 75.6 74.4 78.0 51.0 74.7 13.1 76.0 86.5 49.8 39.1 65.9 72.6 79.1 38.9 85.2 6.8 69.8 13.1 74.3 62.9 80.2 23.2 67.0 69.9 75.3 84.8 46.4 66.4 45.1 84.9

39.5 58.4 43.7 47.2 42.5 31.4 38.8 43.2 33.9 56.5 34.2 37.3 41.9 39.7 41.5 30.5 68.1 40.8 42.0 36.2 62.5 35.1 73.9 37.7 43.6 66.1 48.3 42.0 61.5 42.9 44.3 47.8 41.8 36.9 41.9 37.1 34.8 18.9 47.3 47.2 56.3 48.5 41.5 37.8 39.1 65.5 37.6 26.0 72.2 54.8 49.7 41.6 25.8 52.5 35.0 67.6 38.3 25.8 58.1 56.6 29.6 42.0 41.5 60.8 38.8 46.0 38.8 88.5 39.3 57.0 30.9 60.6 44.1 42.6 49.6 35.3 53.3 55.3 64.9 39.6

2.0 3.0 4.7 2.6 2.7 1.8 2.3 2.1 3.7 3.0 1.9 1.4 2.7 3.2 .9 1.7 3.1 1.6 3.5 3.0 5.5 2.8 4.0 1.5 2.9 4.4 2.2 1.6 5.0 2.5 2.2 5.4 1.9 1.9 2.1 .5 – 3.7 4.6 3.2 4.8 1.0 3.0 1.3 2.4 3.7 3.3 1.1 3.7 3.7 3.0 2.3 1.2 3.7 3.8 4.3 1.6 2.2 2.4 3.1 – 3.5 2.1 3.9 2.4 1.9 1.2 3.0 1.4 1.5 1.9 3.6 2.2 1.2 1.6 1.7 2.0 2.5 3.9 4.0

73.7 89.9 69.7 69.6 57.0 53.1 68.0 72.6 64.3 85.4 56.5 77.4 74.2 71.3 69.3 67.3 84.9 81.2 77.4 82.6 89.4 76.8 77.3 63.9 66.2 92.7 61.0 48.8 86.2 76.4 72.8 81.3 67.5 52.1 65.1 41.0 70.7 47.6 83.8 93.3 90.2 66.9 69.4 63.3 66.3 81.5 75.3 44.2 88.6 85.4 67.3 53.0 77.2 80.1 74.2 95.6 50.6 49.1 95.6 92.0 61.3 28.3 77.0 83.4 73.0 97.8 70.9 93.8 66.4 84.6 64.6 85.4 82.7 37.3 68.7 74.0 88.7 75.9 92.4 68.0

21.1 41.5 21.1 22.0 11.6 5.8 13.7 24.4 7.3 28.1 12.2 12.7 22.1 9.9 17.3 12.7 16.9 32.7 18.5 16.7 41.0 24.9 8.1 19.6 5.7 63.7 23.9 6.5 45.1 26.1 28.6 29.7 14.0 6.9 17.3 3.8 20.5 5.8 33.5 46.5 22.4 20.1 17.0 16.4 18.2 14.5 20.8 2.0 15.4 40.2 20.5 10.8 11.3 16.8 29.4 45.0 3.5 11.0 36.8 42.5 22.7 1.3 31.1 9.9 27.9 52.7 23.0 16.5 18.5 28.2 13.1 22.2 9.2 6.3 16.5 24.1 28.7 20.3 44.1 14.7

59.4 61.0 67.1 56.8 61.3 74.9 58.2 60.8 59.1 66.5 58.4 67.7 61.3 66.9 58.0 71.1 77.8 56.3 67.5 73.9 64.0 65.6 75.9 56.2 63.1 57.9 52.9 59.9 64.5 62.8 64.0 71.0 61.2 58.3 66.5 61.0 49.8 57.4 63.3 64.4 75.4 64.7 71.3 62.0 65.7 49.9 59.3 55.2 73.5 66.5 56.4 57.1 60.8 69.4 52.7 60.0 62.7 59.4 84.9 72.1 61.4 45.0 61.1 77.7 62.5 57.9 58.6 76.2 60.1 75.2 64.6 56.0 63.8 55.2 57.5 65.5 77.2 66.7 75.2 59.5

4.7 2.7 7.7 4.9 5.7 4.0 2.6 3.1 1.4 3.0 5.0 4.5 5.1 4.2 3.5 6.0 2.4 3.0 3.6 4.7 2.6 2.5 5.2 5.3 5.0 4.2 4.7 4.2 3.5 3.4 2.9 2.8 3.5 5.3 5.0 11.9 – 6.4 3.0 1.6 2.1 3.7 5.2 6.4 3.6 6.3 4.0 11.3 3.5 2.5 3.6 5.2 3.9 3.2 2.8 2.6 5.2 3.7 2.9 4.6 4.9 4.3 1.5 4.4 3.6 .5 5.3 9.2 3.9 3.0 6.1 5.4 3.4 6.0 2.6 4.3 2.9 4.8 1.7 1.0

26.5 47.9 28.3 28.1 15.5 13.3 25.6 35.0 16.9 30.5 19.4 23.9 36.4 17.4 24.0 20.1 27.1 39.1 22.6 24.3 40.1 35.1 18.6 26.4 19.9 48.6 26.6 12.4 44.2 33.0 36.3 37.5 26.1 19.8 25.6 7.3 33.5 17.1 39.0 49.8 39.1 28.2 19.2 24.5 25.2 20.4 28.2 8.8 23.5 37.4 26.6 18.0 20.1 25.6 37.0 35.1 11.0 20.0 38.4 43.5 27.0 6.0 46.5 17.4 28.4 51.8 30.7 25.4 28.6 34.7 18.0 28.6 25.7 9.1 25.9 33.8 35.5 30.4 43.2 23.7

23 39 23 22 24 26 25 30 26 30 23 34 25 28 27 30 30 31 30 35 32 31 26 24 25 24 24 21 28 28 31 32 25 19 28 16 20 18 34 37 31 29 29 25 26 27 28 17 30 31 22 19 23 30 27 44 19 19 43 47 24 15 26 31 23 64 28 28 26 30 24 30 33 15 22 27 41 26 40 23

596 482 603 119 358 205 156 790 311 154 412 742 421 279 250 433 030 848 032 625 492 997 549 104 964 841 391 209 979 489 429 500 194 608 340 624 938 875 763 138 650 917 044 105 848 031 427 060 957 135 730 454 750 459 109 947 833 470 487 443 120 553 735 564 031 566 172 727 825 521 623 401 913 955 800 039 731 568 207 571

31 48 34 30 31 31 28 35 31 35 30 37 30 32 37 36 31 40 36 38 45 42 28 28 31 49 29 30 41 34 38 38 31 26 34 22 31 21 43 50 34 35 34 32 33 29 36 25 31 40 29 24 31 36 41 52 24 26 45 54 27 20 38 31 30 71 37 28 32 36 29 35 37 18 30 34 46 29 47 29

445 393 688 603 500 380 974 791 429 388 140 959 821 296 014 042 858 938 231 479 869 115 235 988 274 753 622 093 982 842 072 415 607 907 803 038 146 742 700 540 562 791 194 310 047 425 150 625 118 991 596 801 736 729 250 108 131 825 560 581 236 050 750 995 833 098 428 295 070 765 621 500 445 186 972 583 334 878 016 559

12 19 13 13 11 11 12 15 12 16 11 13 13 12 13 12 11 18 15 13 18 18 10 14 12 14 11 11 16 14 15 17 10 12 13 9 13 8 19 24 12 13 14 13 17 14 13 9 10 19 12 10 13 14 16 27 9 10 15 25 14 7 15 11 14 33 15 8 13 14 11 18 15 7 11 13 16 13 19 12

661 486 784 314 348 127 623 502 924 148 992 667 828 765 361 785 953 686 956 549 980 012 911 159 287 881 112 824 711 604 234 165 989 113 924 060 325 831 015 077 830 764 999 835 401 994 487 282 624 067 735 704 294 692 763 137 509 802 344 388 083 515 951 335 655 611 532 240 048 073 716 251 190 392 084 858 969 789 976 016

7.8 5.3 18.6 11.4 14.5 12.2 17.1 11.0 10.1 5.4 9.6 7.7 12.0 6.8 6.5 5.6 5.6 5.8 6.0 6.3 10.0 5.7 13.5 9.2 11.6 28.1 9.0 15.9 11.8 11.9 9.1 6.4 13.0 15.1 8.8 19.2 13.7 21.8 6.8 5.2 7.8 10.2 6.7 13.3 10.2 7.6 8.3 21.1 6.5 6.5 11.3 15.6 14.9 6.4 8.8 4.5 16.3 12.5 .9 2.1 8.9 19.9 12.1 8.2 9.0 1.1 10.3 2.5 11.4 7.7 5.2 6.3 4.7 32.8 15.7 10.0 3.0 13.1 3.5 12.1

4.4 2.5 13.8 7.4 10.6 6.7 10.1 8.2 6.5 4.7 4.2 5.6 8.4 5.2 3.6 2.7 5.8 3.6 3.5 4.3 3.5 2.1 10.5 5.8 8.9 3.5 6.9 11.5 3.6 8.5 5.8 4.2 8.5 11.1 6.2 13.6 13.2 17.0 3.5 2.2 6.8 8.6 4.7 10.2 8.2 5.0 4.7 14.6 5.8 2.9 7.3 11.2 10.4 4.5 5.2 3.3 12.3 6.0 .5 1.6 5.3 12.9 4.8 8.0 6.7 – 6.3 2.4 8.1 8.0 1.5 3.9 2.6 28.6 16.1 5.9 1.8 9.9 1.6 9.5

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 8.

Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for White Persons and for Households and Families with a White Householder: 1990 Con.
All persons Persons 5 years and over Persons 25 years and over Median income in 1989 (dollars) Income in 1989 below poverty level

[Threshold is 1,000 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION Con.
Murrells Inlet CDP Myrtle Beach city Newberry town New Ellenton town North Augusta city North Charleston city North Hartsville CDP Northlake CDP North Myrtle Beach city Oak Grove CDP Orangeburg city Pageland town Parker CDP Parris Island CDP Pendleton town Pickens town Piedmont CDP Port Royal town Red Bank CDP Red Hill CDP Rock Hill city St. Andrews CDP Saluda town Sans Souci CDP Saxon CDP Seneca town Seven Oaks CDP Shell Point CDP Simpsonville town Socastee CDP Southern Shops CDP Spartanburg city Springdale CDP Springdale town Summerville town Sumter city Surfside Beach town Taylors CDP Tega Cay city Travelers Rest city Union city Valencia Heights CDP Valley Falls CDP Wade Hampton CDP Walhalla town Walterboro city Welcome CDP Wellford city West Columbia city Westminster town Williamston town Williston town Winnsboro town Woodfield CDP Woodruff town York city

Total

Percent foreign born

Native persons Percent born in State of residence

Percent living in different house in 1985

Percent who speak a language other than English at home

Percent high school graduate or higher

Percent with bachelor’s degree or higher

Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor force

Civilian labor force Percent unemployed

Employed persons 16 years and over Percent in managerial and professional specialty occupations

Households

Families

Per capita income in 1989 (dollars)

Percent of persons for whom poverty status is determined

Percent of families

2 20 6 1 12 43 2 3 8 6 5 2 9 4 2 2 3 1 5 5 25 15 1 7 2 5 13 2 10 9 2 23 1 3 18 24 3 17 3 2 5 3 3 18 3 2 5 1 8 2 3 1 1 5 3 4

827 922 095 727 846 978 447 007 426 781 363 060 969 981 315 485 848 899 392 830 204 962 577 051 868 204 533 321 409 298 807 202 941 050 140 937 726 414 187 714 983 191 217 831 475 997 833 527 661 839 119 696 422 428 136 049

1.9 2.7 .2 – 1.2 1.4 .3 3.5 1.6 1.0 .6 – .2 1.7 – .5 .3 1.1 1.3 2.3 1.1 2.3 .6 1.4 .2 1.4 1.7 2.9 1.7 2.5 .2 2.8 .4 1.0 1.9 1.5 1.2 2.4 3.6 .4 .2 1.5 1.9 3.2 4.0 .4 .3 1.4 .9 – – – 1.8 5.4 .4 .7

38.2 30.5 76.0 38.6 17.3 37.9 78.0 55.4 28.4 66.1 70.6 55.9 80.9 3.4 72.4 80.3 80.9 27.1 66.6 44.4 57.6 50.7 84.6 76.0 82.7 71.6 50.9 21.3 60.6 33.6 72.9 62.2 85.2 72.8 38.9 42.3 31.6 51.5 5.7 78.3 86.8 54.3 70.2 47.3 71.9 74.5 76.6 83.9 70.4 81.5 85.7 60.1 73.9 36.3 85.4 67.5

65.5 64.6 40.4 34.7 46.1 69.3 36.6 56.0 56.9 40.5 37.9 47.6 36.8 96.5 44.0 36.9 32.5 64.9 52.1 65.1 54.3 65.0 36.3 34.4 52.0 39.8 52.4 54.3 47.7 65.4 54.8 47.4 34.8 31.4 65.4 59.2 63.6 49.7 56.4 44.9 31.0 54.0 56.3 44.0 50.2 41.3 36.2 35.6 44.1 38.6 31.3 34.0 42.8 43.4 39.2 44.0

4.3 4.8 2.3 2.0 1.7 4.1 2.1 7.0 3.2 2.8 2.5 1.7 1.1 6.2 .7 1.4 2.0 4.2 3.6 3.1 3.4 4.0 2.4 2.9 2.1 2.9 3.4 5.8 2.6 3.4 1.0 4.6 1.2 2.8 3.7 3.8 4.6 4.0 7.1 1.2 .9 2.1 3.0 5.2 6.1 2.3 2.8 1.5 2.4 .7 1.6 1.3 4.6 10.3 3.8 2.7

78.7 86.1 69.7 71.3 85.4 77.9 63.9 86.6 86.7 80.0 79.8 53.4 39.5 95.0 63.5 52.9 62.3 82.4 75.5 81.3 68.6 87.9 71.6 61.6 39.8 72.3 93.6 84.4 80.0 82.1 50.1 78.6 40.9 82.2 87.6 87.3 89.2 87.8 93.3 66.9 63.6 86.5 67.5 87.3 49.7 75.0 55.6 43.6 73.2 54.8 51.4 83.9 81.0 84.9 57.3 65.8

19.8 23.1 21.3 9.3 27.3 13.3 13.7 34.8 23.5 14.3 26.6 13.1 1.7 18.1 24.2 9.4 7.6 22.3 14.1 19.1 23.0 33.3 17.8 7.3 3.3 16.7 41.2 7.8 21.7 14.5 2.3 34.5 5.7 17.3 27.8 25.2 26.1 31.8 35.4 11.1 14.0 36.9 14.3 36.5 10.3 23.4 2.9 2.9 16.3 10.7 8.1 23.5 35.4 18.4 8.7 14.4

61.4 72.4 54.6 58.4 67.8 76.2 67.1 69.6 61.3 75.0 58.2 65.1 59.8 97.7 65.1 52.6 69.0 72.1 74.9 67.8 64.3 75.1 60.1 63.9 54.4 60.6 74.8 75.8 76.9 76.8 56.0 59.8 61.6 71.1 70.2 71.9 64.9 74.7 79.7 67.3 55.6 68.5 74.3 68.0 60.8 53.6 64.0 60.3 66.9 66.2 60.6 71.3 62.3 71.5 61.5 68.9

2.7 5.2 4.8 7.1 3.4 4.5 2.1 2.0 4.1 3.2 3.4 3.9 7.7 13.5 5.9 5.6 5.1 4.6 4.1 2.9 4.6 2.1 2.7 4.9 9.4 7.8 2.1 4.1 3.2 3.3 4.2 4.0 7.5 3.2 4.1 3.7 5.2 2.2 3.6 4.1 5.1 5.8 5.8 3.3 7.9 3.7 4.3 7.0 4.1 2.8 6.3 7.3 3.1 3.0 4.9 4.2

31.5 29.8 29.1 27.5 35.9 22.3 17.3 38.0 32.6 24.0 37.7 27.1 7.2 16.4 28.4 15.3 14.4 30.7 24.1 27.3 28.3 36.0 21.9 15.7 8.6 22.0 44.2 20.9 28.8 19.6 7.4 38.6 10.5 23.9 31.6 31.8 32.1 37.9 42.1 19.0 21.7 40.4 24.2 37.9 17.3 37.9 11.7 7.9 24.6 17.5 14.6 31.7 37.7 24.7 16.3 19.1

26 26 24 29 35 26 25 39 30 34 34 21 18 24 26 18 28 26 32 27 30 29 24 22 17 23 39 31 35 28 19 29 19 36 33 26 29 40 56 26 22 24 28 34 21 26 22 25 24 23 21 36 27 32 25 28

510 034 344 472 546 270 329 401 305 545 112 049 313 329 412 342 596 304 368 172 382 914 745 418 437 952 779 789 782 916 662 590 688 954 568 056 478 480 170 506 712 239 608 743 274 214 796 945 464 600 935 444 100 420 854 134

29 31 30 34 43 28 35 43 35 39 42 28 22 24 31 25 35 30 34 29 37 36 30 27 21 33 44 37 40 31 22 39 21 41 37 29 32 43 61 29 29 30 35 41 26 34 27 28 32 30 26 41 35 37 31 32

750 520 748 879 694 308 385 989 036 711 627 000 316 329 269 123 779 425 462 163 015 034 144 530 712 030 406 686 334 316 423 464 620 589 563 488 419 880 471 304 247 394 139 410 891 429 176 843 813 540 909 628 885 992 318 330

17 16 12 13 17 12 14 18 17 13 17 9 8 9 12 9 12 12 11 12 14 16 11 10 7 13 17 11 14 11 9 16 9 16 13 14 14 16 23 10 11 14 13 18 10 15 10 10 13 14 10 16 16 14 11 12

540 084 399 067 705 051 773 128 720 837 465 610 386 137 227 789 344 969 702 355 159 649 842 846 716 569 793 794 062 294 106 668 485 370 615 915 619 614 338 621 165 357 780 204 471 907 624 134 037 308 945 449 883 825 040 132

13.3 9.6 10.1 6.5 5.6 10.2 13.2 4.2 8.4 5.2 6.1 23.9 16.0 3.1 14.0 17.7 7.8 6.1 8.1 10.7 8.4 7.0 7.9 9.3 23.7 12.3 3.4 4.7 2.4 6.1 15.4 8.0 20.6 4.8 7.4 7.9 5.4 4.2 .9 9.7 15.4 12.4 8.9 4.5 8.6 8.9 10.2 9.6 10.0 9.7 13.9 3.1 4.8 3.8 12.5 11.0

7.6 6.1 7.3 3.9 3.5 8.7 8.4 4.5 6.0 3.8 2.0 20.8 12.2 3.3 7.9 14.3 6.2 3.7 5.8 7.6 3.8 3.3 5.8 7.4 18.2 9.6 2.9 3.6 2.0 5.6 9.4 4.1 15.2 2.9 5.6 6.0 3.8 3.3 1.0 7.5 10.6 3.2 3.9 3.1 5.4 4.9 6.7 5.4 4.8 5.3 9.4 1.0 2.1 1.3 11.6 7.8

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 9.

Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for Black Persons and for Households and Families with a Black Householder: 1990
All persons Persons 5 years and over Persons 25 years and over Median income in 1989 (dollars) Income in 1989 below poverty level

[Threshold is 1,000 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
The State

Total 1 040 010

Percent foreign born .3

Native persons Percent born in State of residence 87.1

Percent living in different house in 1985 40.1

Percent who speak a language other than English at home 2.9

Percent high school graduate or higher 53.3

Percent with bachelor’s degree or higher 7.6

Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor force 63.6

Civilian labor force Percent unemployed 10.3

Employed persons 16 years and over Percent in managerial and professional specialty occupations 11.1

Households 16 555

Families 19 375

Per capita income in 1989 (dollars) 6 800

Percent of persons for whom poverty status is determined 31.4

Percent of families 28.5

URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF PLACE
Urban Inside urbanized area Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural Place of 1,000 to 2,499 Place of less than 1,000 Other rural Rural farm 563 388 174 214 175 32 142 476 34 17 423 18 740 508 224 284 232 363 869 270 523 932 815 666 .5 .5 .5 .6 .3 .3 .2 .2 – .2 .2 – 84.5 83.1 86.4 80.4 87.6 85.5 88.0 90.1 88.9 92.0 90.1 93.0 48.6 50.8 49.9 51.6 43.7 52.7 41.7 30.1 36.7 28.1 29.6 27.1 3.1 3.3 3.1 3.5 2.8 3.3 2.6 2.7 2.4 2.9 2.7 3.3 57.0 60.2 53.7 65.6 49.8 50.8 49.6 48.9 47.5 43.5 49.3 48.2 9.6 10.7 9.0 12.2 7.1 7.1 7.1 5.3 5.1 4.3 5.4 5.6 65.2 67.1 62.7 70.7 60.9 59.6 61.2 61.7 58.3 57.8 62.1 64.8 10.8 9.7 11.6 8.2 13.4 13.4 13.4 9.8 12.1 10.7 9.6 10.3 13.3 14.6 12.4 16.1 10.0 10.2 9.9 8.6 8.6 7.1 8.6 8.4 16 18 14 21 13 13 13 16 13 12 17 16 529 015 928 018 255 644 180 590 079 756 053 895 19 20 17 23 15 16 15 19 16 15 20 19 003 635 247 263 874 418 764 791 377 790 224 463 7 7 6 8 5 5 5 6 5 5 6 5 141 685 917 309 936 966 930 397 973 703 461 857 31.9 28.8 35.2 23.8 38.5 36.6 38.9 30.8 38.1 38.0 29.9 35.2 29.0 26.0 31.9 21.6 35.5 34.6 35.7 27.8 35.1 34.5 27.0 31.7

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN AREA
Inside metropolitan area In central city Not in central city Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Rural Outside metropolitan area Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural 526 155 370 228 204 24 142 513 180 29 150 29 121 332 355 463 892 491 111 380 401 655 774 922 852 073 779 881 .4 .6 .4 .5 .6 .1 .2 .2 .3 .4 .3 .3 .3 .1 85.6 87.7 84.8 81.5 80.4 90.5 90.1 88.5 85.3 76.2 87.1 85.2 87.5 90.3 44.5 49.3 42.5 50.4 51.9 38.3 29.9 35.6 45.9 52.6 44.6 54.3 42.3 30.0 3.1 3.0 3.1 3.3 3.5 2.3 2.8 2.7 2.9 3.5 2.8 3.3 2.7 2.6 57.2 53.0 59.0 64.1 66.0 48.7 51.1 49.2 51.6 59.9 50.0 49.9 50.0 47.9 9.0 8.7 9.1 11.4 12.2 4.8 5.7 6.1 8.1 11.2 7.5 7.1 7.5 5.1 65.7 62.6 67.1 70.2 71.1 62.9 62.2 61.3 61.3 64.7 60.6 59.1 60.9 61.3 9.4 11.4 8.6 8.5 8.0 12.7 8.7 11.4 13.6 13.6 13.6 13.6 13.6 10.3 12.9 12.5 13.0 15.3 16.1 7.8 9.2 9.1 10.9 13.7 10.4 10.4 10.4 8.3 18 15 20 20 21 14 19 14 13 15 13 13 12 15 269 016 104 515 184 545 154 896 485 777 072 529 982 688 21 17 22 22 23 18 22 17 15 17 15 16 15 18 183 305 579 773 536 033 335 609 902 828 516 194 361 664 7 6 7 8 8 6 7 6 5 6 5 5 5 6 541 973 779 197 394 548 109 041 957 556 838 741 861 087 27.9 34.8 25.1 24.4 23.3 33.3 26.3 34.9 38.9 36.3 39.4 37.9 39.7 32.8 25.3 31.6 22.7 22.3 21.2 31.2 23.5 31.8 35.5 31.9 36.2 35.7 36.3 29.8

COUNTY
Abbeville County Aiken County Allendale County Anderson County Bamberg County Barnwell County Beaufort County Berkeley County Calhoun County Charleston County Cherokee County Chester County Chesterfield County Clarendon County Colleton County Darlington County Dillon County Dorchester County Edgefield County Fairfield County Florence County Georgetown County Greenville County Greenwood County Hampton County Horry County Jasper County Kershaw County Lancaster County Laurens County Lee County Lexington County McCormick County Marion County Marlboro County Newberry County Oconee County Orangeburg County Pickens County Richland County Saluda County Spartanburg County Sumter County Union County Williamsburg County York County 7 29 7 24 10 8 24 31 6 103 9 12 12 16 15 24 12 19 8 13 44 19 57 18 9 25 8 12 13 16 11 18 5 18 14 11 4 49 6 119 5 46 44 9 23 26 507 100 943 096 405 728 601 033 580 008 202 839 918 093 498 764 584 178 511 034 266 988 706 013 908 185 879 364 817 358 444 424 193 540 282 557 989 300 944 411 421 878 425 104 681 311 – .2 .1 .1 .5 .1 .9 .7 .1 .4 .3 .2 .1 .2 – .1 .1 .3 .1 – .2 .2 .4 – .1 .6 .2 .3 – – – .6 – .1 .1 .2 – .3 .4 .9 – .1 .3 – – .2 93.1 72.8 89.3 92.7 88.5 87.8 70.8 79.6 91.3 86.5 88.5 94.9 87.4 89.7 90.7 92.2 90.8 82.3 88.5 94.5 91.9 91.5 89.6 93.7 91.4 83.6 84.6 87.4 89.4 94.5 94.6 85.5 87.5 90.3 87.8 93.3 87.8 87.9 84.6 81.6 92.8 92.1 81.6 94.7 91.4 87.7 26.5 39.4 37.0 40.1 38.4 36.3 46.2 36.5 25.5 45.8 39.3 27.6 38.0 32.6 28.5 34.4 40.3 42.2 33.5 22.1 38.6 29.4 47.2 37.8 28.4 42.0 26.9 33.1 37.0 33.9 24.9 51.8 34.9 36.2 37.3 38.2 45.2 37.4 42.1 49.9 33.3 42.5 44.8 32.2 28.9 38.3 1.2 1.9 3.7 2.4 3.7 2.0 3.3 2.9 2.7 3.5 1.8 1.4 2.5 3.1 1.6 2.8 3.3 3.0 2.7 1.8 2.6 2.4 2.7 2.3 1.6 3.4 3.0 2.4 2.3 2.9 3.1 3.2 3.5 2.7 2.2 1.6 2.2 2.9 2.6 4.2 .6 2.1 3.8 2.0 3.2 2.6 44.6 53.2 42.7 50.1 49.7 45.8 61.5 60.2 46.1 57.6 47.9 45.4 43.4 43.4 49.8 51.0 41.6 55.8 45.5 48.7 50.0 50.3 55.1 47.5 47.6 53.9 47.0 53.6 47.8 42.9 43.6 60.3 41.6 45.6 43.0 43.2 59.4 54.2 56.3 67.8 42.7 46.7 54.7 46.1 48.7 50.7 3.3 7.6 5.2 5.3 8.4 3.5 8.1 7.1 4.9 8.8 4.5 3.4 2.9 5.6 6.5 6.3 4.8 7.6 4.9 4.4 6.9 5.5 8.9 5.1 5.7 6.1 2.5 6.1 4.7 5.4 5.5 11.1 2.7 5.2 4.4 4.0 7.0 11.1 8.7 13.5 1.8 5.4 9.0 2.9 6.8 7.0 64.1 62.8 49.5 67.0 53.7 63.4 67.1 61.8 57.6 64.8 64.7 63.8 60.9 56.4 58.4 61.1 59.0 59.8 64.2 61.3 60.4 62.0 68.5 66.2 55.6 64.9 56.7 67.4 66.2 65.3 56.3 71.8 51.1 59.6 59.1 65.0 67.2 59.7 64.3 68.0 64.2 65.0 61.3 63.2 58.3 69.7 9.4 9.3 14.8 10.6 14.1 19.7 8.5 8.3 9.6 9.8 11.8 10.8 13.0 13.7 12.8 10.5 11.6 9.4 9.2 10.5 9.6 10.2 9.9 9.3 8.7 9.3 8.0 10.9 11.6 8.8 12.7 8.8 12.5 11.9 14.3 12.1 7.9 12.1 10.1 8.6 12.7 9.3 13.1 12.6 11.0 9.9 6.1 10.2 10.8 7.6 11.1 8.4 13.1 12.3 6.8 13.2 5.6 6.4 3.9 9.8 9.5 10.1 7.4 12.0 9.2 6.5 11.4 9.3 12.7 7.4 9.1 9.1 8.0 9.3 6.2 7.9 8.6 12.6 7.8 9.0 7.1 6.0 9.6 12.8 11.8 18.1 4.0 7.6 12.8 5.6 9.7 9.9 17 17 10 16 13 13 15 19 14 16 16 17 14 11 12 15 13 18 17 17 14 14 18 15 13 14 12 18 16 19 13 19 14 12 13 16 20 14 17 21 15 17 15 15 13 19 040 025 924 934 823 526 164 781 505 214 748 006 502 792 884 115 934 720 074 325 964 479 509 367 762 176 990 743 587 287 185 717 707 097 763 967 762 434 656 262 924 739 409 850 663 659 22 20 12 21 16 16 17 21 19 18 19 20 16 14 15 17 16 22 19 19 17 17 21 18 16 15 16 21 19 24 15 21 18 14 17 20 24 16 22 24 17 21 17 20 16 22 083 650 696 553 918 625 661 663 095 603 388 746 979 885 433 053 000 075 786 865 190 703 321 975 496 634 807 120 545 161 851 503 535 469 522 290 858 916 550 170 219 004 706 000 640 655 7 7 5 7 5 5 6 6 5 7 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 7 6 6 6 5 8 6 5 5 5 7 6 7 5 7 5 5 5 6 8 5 7 8 5 7 6 6 5 7 440 453 293 162 810 997 741 904 938 106 161 157 873 083 582 924 174 170 522 226 038 913 294 701 515 666 900 137 470 525 133 775 819 297 494 578 359 965 753 334 837 516 187 711 270 813 24.4 30.3 46.7 27.9 35.9 38.4 33.3 27.8 33.0 34.2 30.7 29.6 34.1 41.9 40.0 34.1 44.0 26.0 27.1 29.1 37.1 34.4 24.8 30.2 39.2 40.6 33.5 27.5 32.7 22.3 42.0 24.2 31.5 41.6 37.3 28.7 22.4 36.1 20.5 22.4 34.4 26.1 35.6 29.5 39.0 24.5 22.7 26.6 47.0 24.6 32.5 34.9 31.1 25.8 29.9 31.3 28.3 26.5 32.0 39.1 37.5 31.0 38.3 25.1 25.6 25.7 33.7 31.3 22.7 28.4 33.9 36.9 32.3 23.2 30.7 20.2 38.0 22.6 30.2 38.7 31.8 24.7 16.1 33.0 20.3 19.7 31.4 23.3 31.9 26.5 36.2 22.5

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 9.

Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for Black Persons and for Households and Families with a Black Householder: 1990 Con.
All persons Persons 5 years and over Persons 25 years and over Median income in 1989 (dollars) Income in 1989 below poverty level

[Threshold is 1,000 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
Abbeville city Aiken city Allendale town Anderson city Andrews town Bamberg town Barnwell city Batesburg town Beaufort city Belvedere CDP Bennettsville city Berea CDP Bishopville town Blackville town Brookdale CDP Burton CDP Camden city Cayce city Charleston city Cheraw town Chester city Clemson city Clinton city Columbia city Conway city Darlington city Denmark city Dentsville CDP Dillon city Easley city Edgefield town Edisto CDP Florence city Fountain Inn town Gaffney city Gantt CDP Georgetown city Goose Creek city Greenville city Greenwood city Greer city Hampton town Hanahan city Hartsville city Hilton Head Island town Irmo town Johnston town Judson CDP Kingstree town Ladson CDP Lake City city Lancaster city Laurel Bay CDP Laurens city Manning city Marion city Mauldin city Moncks Corner town Mount Pleasant town Mullins city Myrtle Beach city Newberry town North Augusta city North Charleston city Orangeburg city Parker CDP Parris Island CDP Pendleton town Port Royal town Rock Hill city St. Andrews CDP Saluda town Saxon CDP Seneca town Seven Oaks CDP Simpsonville town South Sumter CDP Spartanburg city Summerville town Sumter city

Total

Percent foreign born

Native persons Percent born in State of residence

Percent living in different house in 1985

Percent who speak a language other than English at home

Percent high school graduate or higher

Percent with bachelor’s degree or higher

Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor force

Civilian labor force Percent unemployed

Employed persons 16 years and over Percent in managerial and professional specialty occupations

Households

Families

Per capita income in 1989 (dollars)

Percent of persons for whom poverty status is determined

Percent of families

2 6 3 8 1 2 2 2 2 1 5 1 2 2 5 2 2 2 33 2 4 1 2 42 4 3 2 5 2 1 1 1 14 1 5 8 5 3 20 8 2 1 1 3 2 1 1 1 2 1 4 4 1 4 2 4 1 1 2 3 3 4 2 24 8 1 1 1 1 15 9 1 1 2 1 1 3 19 4 16

612 125 263 969 965 008 021 210 669 146 356 533 074 202 286 665 898 170 490 738 215 356 917 757 122 982 912 512 347 934 240 730 045 421 162 206 111 129 513 985 746 034 208 604 318 230 602 297 276 616 761 304 314 032 480 556 676 774 754 342 544 400 364 112 208 058 666 033 012 883 246 254 122 509 867 186 927 806 012 205

– .3 – .2 – .5 – – .9 – – – – – .5 .5 .3 .3 .4 .4 – .7 – 1.2 .1 .3 .6 .4 – – – – .2 – – .3 .5 2.8 .5 .1 .3 – 2.9 .2 1.6 1.3 – – – .4 – – .4 – .3 .1 .6 .6 .4 – .9 .3 – .7 .5 – 5.4 – .6 .3 1.3 – – – 2.6 .8 .1 .2 .8 .3

93.3 81.2 92.2 91.0 93.3 94.5 86.8 94.2 69.6 53.3 88.2 83.8 89.5 94.7 90.0 78.0 84.9 90.1 91.0 85.3 94.6 83.4 93.0 78.3 91.2 88.8 88.5 79.9 91.4 91.3 87.4 90.6 90.4 92.9 91.6 92.3 88.7 42.7 91.6 93.5 95.7 94.0 52.0 94.5 50.7 77.5 92.8 91.4 87.4 64.5 94.4 92.6 36.1 94.3 86.2 88.5 74.7 78.6 88.1 85.2 64.1 91.9 50.0 72.6 78.1 92.8 10.2 91.3 67.1 90.0 78.7 97.8 95.2 85.9 72.1 85.3 93.2 92.8 74.4 75.2

31.1 38.1 40.9 54.7 36.4 41.6 50.4 57.0 69.1 37.8 43.9 73.6 33.5 30.9 30.9 37.6 38.1 51.3 44.1 52.4 32.0 36.6 41.3 58.4 44.9 39.1 35.1 44.8 46.3 41.5 38.9 47.5 42.3 32.3 41.7 37.0 41.5 70.9 49.1 47.6 47.2 43.5 82.1 35.7 44.7 60.4 34.8 62.6 46.7 53.9 37.5 46.0 72.0 38.3 39.4 46.4 61.8 46.0 52.6 49.6 60.7 53.5 63.8 74.2 71.8 49.5 94.9 59.3 60.1 42.1 71.7 17.2 48.3 51.8 81.7 61.3 36.2 46.9 59.7 55.2

1.5 2.0 3.4 1.9 2.4 3.0 1.1 3.1 3.0 1.2 2.7 2.3 1.5 3.9 2.3 5.0 4.1 1.2 3.0 2.3 1.4 2.1 8.1 4.5 2.1 2.0 4.9 2.7 1.5 4.2 .6 5.7 2.7 1.6 2.1 2.8 2.4 3.1 2.4 2.5 3.3 2.3 1.7 1.7 4.9 3.2 1.5 .9 5.1 4.6 1.7 1.8 4.8 2.5 1.7 4.1 3.1 1.9 3.4 2.2 3.4 2.8 1.8 4.6 4.5 1.6 4.8 3.6 5.7 2.6 6.0 – 3.5 2.2 3.0 4.8 4.2 1.7 3.0 3.6

37.5 49.7 45.6 45.1 36.9 49.9 49.5 37.7 66.5 59.3 39.5 81.7 37.5 48.6 61.7 62.5 53.8 51.8 56.4 44.7 47.5 58.1 39.2 61.0 58.1 46.4 47.9 75.0 48.0 56.9 38.4 50.6 48.3 50.1 51.1 63.0 49.3 83.8 44.2 40.6 28.8 43.0 75.6 46.8 70.7 88.2 42.0 46.0 52.5 78.7 42.9 43.4 90.9 39.0 44.0 48.1 85.5 62.6 66.7 41.1 65.7 45.5 56.7 64.8 58.6 36.5 98.1 53.7 76.4 52.5 80.8 63.0 39.7 62.4 86.6 64.3 43.8 47.0 61.9 59.8

4.7 9.3 8.3 4.5 – 8.1 6.9 – 13.7 3.3 4.9 9.4 7.7 3.7 17.0 9.4 11.2 5.8 11.0 2.2 3.7 8.1 7.6 11.4 8.4 9.5 10.6 19.5 7.0 6.0 8.1 9.2 6.7 7.1 4.4 10.7 9.0 6.6 5.2 3.0 3.5 7.9 2.5 6.5 8.9 28.4 5.9 7.0 16.7 14.0 4.7 4.3 12.5 5.7 6.7 8.5 24.0 9.9 13.7 5.4 9.2 3.2 10.4 6.6 18.5 6.3 5.3 2.2 4.0 8.0 24.9 1.8 1.5 4.2 34.2 16.4 8.3 6.7 13.5 11.6

59.6 56.6 56.3 63.7 62.3 46.7 65.1 66.2 57.2 75.6 56.2 86.3 53.0 65.1 60.5 63.6 61.4 69.3 61.9 55.4 66.0 61.5 63.4 62.2 64.6 59.2 60.7 70.7 62.6 65.6 54.3 65.0 56.8 70.4 66.0 74.1 55.7 81.0 61.8 62.5 63.7 52.5 76.9 55.5 70.8 84.7 62.2 66.6 55.6 67.7 50.1 61.5 83.8 57.5 55.1 54.5 76.3 60.6 67.5 60.1 81.8 60.7 70.1 72.2 48.6 65.3 99.2 59.9 66.7 71.2 64.4 57.8 64.4 67.4 87.0 82.2 56.3 62.4 68.9 61.3

9.2 11.3 17.7 12.4 9.9 8.3 19.2 16.4 4.8 5.3 19.6 7.6 14.5 22.1 10.7 10.3 16.7 11.9 9.9 18.3 13.8 17.7 7.1 12.2 11.2 14.1 21.0 6.9 9.1 8.3 16.1 10.9 10.7 8.0 14.5 6.8 15.0 8.5 13.2 13.3 10.1 5.9 4.8 10.7 4.9 3.2 12.3 13.6 19.9 9.8 15.8 14.9 2.3 12.2 13.7 18.2 1.4 14.1 5.5 12.5 5.6 15.8 5.5 11.7 15.0 14.8 15.7 22.4 12.3 11.0 3.0 17.7 4.2 11.7 5.8 6.6 17.3 10.8 6.8 15.6

6.6 9.0 12.4 8.7 4.2 6.4 8.5 2.2 22.6 2.2 8.3 13.9 11.2 9.0 19.1 11.3 14.2 5.1 16.1 6.5 8.4 9.3 8.4 15.0 14.7 10.4 12.2 25.1 9.4 9.3 9.5 7.5 10.2 4.9 5.9 11.3 14.5 9.8 11.3 6.5 4.5 10.3 9.4 12.1 15.4 27.9 9.2 1.7 20.0 11.2 9.3 7.8 11.2 6.3 5.8 10.6 27.1 10.7 20.6 8.6 8.8 5.2 18.7 11.4 19.5 8.5 – 2.8 13.0 10.1 29.5 2.9 6.6 10.4 28.2 19.7 12.4 8.0 18.3 13.4

11 13 8 14 10 11 12 13 15 30 12 21 9 14 15 16 13 17 15 8 15 12 14 15 13 10 11 31 13 15 10 13 13 20 16 26 10 22 12 12 13 16 20 12 18 34 16 16 8 29 8 12 24 15 11 9 40 16 21 10 18 12 16 14 11 19 18 8 21 19 26 15 16 17 27 27 14 14 19 13

861 524 526 163 368 573 174 854 352 152 337 307 461 152 856 445 529 038 130 222 943 477 734 709 065 529 293 431 611 396 906 947 235 000 310 393 295 324 293 436 833 806 933 479 616 276 818 531 765 185 214 992 625 606 957 705 446 452 161 467 317 211 156 152 993 125 233 163 250 092 745 346 278 940 418 000 315 648 518 750

14 17 9 16 14 15 14 15 15 31 15 20 12 14 17 18 21 18 18 11 18 29 21 17 14 13 14 35 16 16 14 12 14 24 18 28 12 22 15 15 14 19 19 14 18 34 20 17 10 31 11 14 24 19 13 12 43 18 22 11 19 14 15 14 15 20 18 10 21 21 33 16 19 20 30 29 15 16 21 16

091 349 005 544 631 042 792 625 778 970 920 795 602 668 317 922 949 662 075 228 096 000 944 956 286 531 397 383 458 615 152 238 797 219 966 120 383 402 477 397 781 659 417 475 920 901 439 472 851 343 779 149 625 079 558 175 672 977 676 824 545 669 278 169 591 714 233 104 339 859 726 515 779 369 465 940 929 533 447 547

6 7 5 6 4 5 5 5 7 10 4 9 5 5 7 7 7 6 7 4 5 7 6 6 5 5 4 10 5 8 5 6 5 7 6 9 6 6 6 5 6 6 7 5 8 10 6 6 4 7 4 5 6 6 4 5 12 7 8 4 7 5 7 6 4 6 8 5 8 7 10 4 6 7 12 10 5 6 8 6

672 276 548 284 393 310 123 090 223 365 824 168 078 329 061 146 038 203 522 703 842 662 925 926 673 460 910 258 268 147 210 503 919 477 083 354 449 378 959 858 456 764 572 300 497 672 552 461 990 936 256 470 932 230 909 266 742 008 513 764 416 243 471 792 888 997 276 235 548 394 593 571 776 425 148 049 484 880 097 334

34.2 38.8 52.6 35.9 34.0 49.3 47.7 43.9 37.0 21.5 41.6 8.6 46.0 35.9 32.9 29.3 35.1 21.4 36.2 51.7 29.7 30.0 25.9 32.4 39.0 44.4 38.0 12.0 47.4 24.9 40.9 43.1 38.7 20.3 32.0 9.7 46.9 25.6 36.3 36.6 31.8 30.5 18.3 42.2 30.0 11.9 34.6 28.3 57.9 19.0 55.3 44.0 14.1 31.5 42.5 46.3 5.7 40.2 29.0 45.9 25.5 45.3 30.2 42.8 42.9 25.2 9.2 47.7 27.9 28.4 7.6 41.5 16.4 28.3 17.4 18.6 43.5 37.2 21.1 39.5

35.5 32.2 53.8 31.3 32.5 35.9 40.7 40.1 36.7 12.8 35.6 4.4 43.4 33.6 30.7 24.1 26.0 23.0 32.9 49.5 28.3 26.1 24.9 29.4 35.2 39.5 40.7 9.7 38.1 25.1 37.5 37.9 36.1 14.4 30.3 8.3 41.6 23.2 32.9 36.2 27.2 20.3 13.3 41.1 30.8 7.8 30.0 23.8 51.5 16.7 50.8 40.8 12.2 28.4 38.8 44.7 4.2 41.4 29.7 44.6 23.6 39.9 29.2 40.3 38.6 21.9 5.6 47.7 30.9 25.8 3.5 39.2 14.4 20.2 13.7 18.8 34.0 33.7 21.0 35.3

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 9.

Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for Black Persons and for Households and Families with a Black Householder: 1990 Con.
All persons Persons 5 years and over Persons 25 years and over Median income in 1989 (dollars) Income in 1989 below poverty level

[Threshold is 1,000 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION Con.
Taylors CDP Union city Walterboro city Wellford city West Columbia city Wilkinson Heights CDP Williston town Winnsboro town Woodfield CDP Woodruff town York city

Total

Percent foreign born

Native persons Percent born in State of residence

Percent living in different house in 1985

Percent who speak a language other than English at home

Percent high school graduate or higher

Percent with bachelor’s degree or higher

Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor force

Civilian labor force Percent unemployed

Employed persons 16 years and over Percent in managerial and professional specialty occupations

Households

Families

Per capita income in 1989 (dollars)

Percent of persons for whom poverty status is determined

Percent of families

2 3 2 1 1 3 1 2 2 1 2

030 864 488 094 900 240 402 178 822 223 634

2.5 – – – 1.6 .2 .4 – 1.3 – –

85.6 94.0 89.5 96.9 85.9 91.6 82.1 95.4 58.1 87.2 88.8

51.1 35.8 40.2 19.0 64.0 30.5 41.5 44.7 72.8 38.9 37.5

4.3 1.8 1.1 .9 3.4 3.5 2.3 2.0 8.2 1.5 2.1

75.7 49.6 54.8 40.3 59.4 52.5 43.8 58.1 89.7 46.3 41.9

21.7 3.9 10.8 2.1 11.7 14.4 1.6 4.5 21.4 3.4 4.7

80.5 65.5 55.3 62.0 74.5 60.9 63.0 62.8 88.1 69.4 69.3

9.8 12.2 17.3 8.8 4.7 11.9 17.2 11.3 9.1 8.1 12.9

21.8 6.4 14.2 6.7 8.9 13.1 5.8 2.3 21.5 6.5 6.8

24 14 9 21 16 15 11 12 28 14 14

490 750 863 344 006 243 510 202 286 583 338

31 18 10 24 15 16 22 18 30 21 18

937 462 327 554 341 062 361 333 848 250 357

9 6 4 7 6 6 6 5 10 7 6

430 223 939 341 623 063 652 620 552 655 239

31.6 32.5 60.4 3.1 36.2 38.4 33.5 31.3 10.0 28.1 27.8

29.9 28.9 54.2 – 34.0 32.0 30.5 35.1 9.6 29.1 31.1

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 10.

Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons and for Households and Families with an American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Householder: 1990
All persons Persons 5 years and over Persons 25 years and over Median income in 1989 (dollars) Income in 1989 below poverty level

[Threshold is 1,000 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
The State

Total 8 935

Percent foreign born 2.0

Native persons Percent born in State of residence 52.1

Percent living in different house in 1985 59.4

Percent who speak a language other than English at home 7.8

Percent high school graduate or higher 62.5

Percent with bachelor’s degree or higher 10.9

Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor force 70.7

Civilian labor force Percent unemployed 8.5

Employed persons 16 years and over Percent in managerial and professional specialty occupations 17.9

Households 22 297

Families 24 641

Per capita income in 1989 (dollars) 10 288

Percent of persons for whom poverty status is determined 19.8

Percent of families 16.6

URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF PLACE
Urban Inside urbanized area Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural Place of 1,000 to 2,499 Place of less than 1,000 Other rural Rural farm 4 877 3 490 841 2 649 1 387 213 1 174 4 058 218 71 3 769 61 3.1 3.3 3.6 3.2 2.7 – 3.2 .7 .9 – .7 – 42.0 39.8 42.2 39.0 47.7 46.5 47.9 64.0 47.7 73.2 64.8 73.8 67.8 70.0 68.7 70.4 61.6 38.6 65.9 49.5 57.5 54.4 49.0 27.9 10.0 10.3 15.1 8.8 8.9 6.9 9.3 5.4 9.2 7.0 5.1 – 68.4 72.6 69.7 73.5 54.6 58.4 53.9 55.1 50.4 69.7 55.2 59.4 16.0 16.9 19.0 16.2 12.9 18.8 11.9 4.6 11.2 – 4.3 37.5 74.4 76.1 73.6 77.0 69.0 67.4 69.3 65.9 57.3 72.7 66.3 50.0 9.0 8.5 12.4 7.4 10.4 – 12.5 8.0 5.8 12.5 8.0 8.3 22.5 23.5 29.9 21.7 19.1 40.9 14.3 12.1 17.3 – 12.1 40.9 21 22 16 25 14 11 14 24 30 21 24 100 286 147 156 481 201 522 826 732 750 250 980 230 22 23 16 26 18 31 16 27 20 17 27 100 565 787 250 354 500 354 477 021 938 500 533 230 10 11 9 12 8 7 8 9 8 5 10 14 609 453 249 153 486 178 724 901 314 819 070 526 18.4 14.6 19.3 13.4 27.8 28.6 27.7 21.3 39.5 31.0 20.1 21.3 14.6 10.3 17.4 8.9 27.4 37.7 25.4 19.0 29.3 38.5 17.8 26.7

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN AREA
Inside metropolitan area In central city Not in central city Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Rural Outside metropolitan area Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural 5 301 711 4 590 2 742 2 426 316 1 848 3 634 1 443 372 1 071 130 941 2 191 2.1 2.0 2.1 2.7 3.1 – 1.2 2.0 4.4 7.0 3.5 – 4.0 .4 49.9 49.1 50.0 41.5 39.7 54.7 62.4 55.4 38.9 19.4 45.5 45.4 45.5 65.9 61.6 71.4 60.1 69.3 70.7 58.7 46.6 56.0 63.2 64.9 62.5 25.7 67.7 51.6 8.4 15.1 7.4 8.6 9.1 4.2 5.6 7.0 9.8 8.4 10.4 5.3 11.1 5.2 67.5 68.3 67.4 73.4 75.2 57.4 58.2 54.0 57.0 63.8 53.6 55.9 53.3 52.2 11.5 22.2 9.8 15.5 15.4 16.4 1.1 9.9 13.7 17.7 11.7 20.3 10.6 7.6 71.8 71.7 71.8 73.7 75.2 60.9 69.0 68.8 77.1 89.4 71.7 77.5 71.1 63.2 9.4 14.8 8.6 7.9 8.4 3.4 9.6 7.0 8.2 – 12.9 – 14.9 6.2 17.2 32.2 15.2 19.0 19.6 14.0 9.5 19.0 25.4 31.8 21.2 47.3 16.5 14.8 24 15 27 26 26 21 30 20 14 20 13 11 14 22 375 938 670 220 756 500 296 351 782 278 299 141 167 788 27 16 30 27 27 30 32 22 17 19 14 40 14 23 578 031 135 470 232 833 179 283 404 531 792 938 583 561 11 9 12 12 12 11 12 8 8 10 7 7 7 8 807 373 184 151 196 810 232 072 154 020 506 396 521 018 15.1 23.1 14.1 15.0 13.8 23.7 12.8 26.4 22.9 5.4 29.2 27.7 29.4 28.6 12.4 20.4 11.5 12.1 9.7 32.2 10.6 22.7 18.3 – 25.6 36.4 24.6 24.8

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SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 11.

Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for Asian or Pacific Islander Persons and for Households and Families with an Asian or Pacific Islander Householder: 1990
All persons Persons 5 years and over Persons 25 years and over Median income in 1989 (dollars) Income in 1989 below poverty level

[Threshold is 1,000 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
The State

Total 21 298

Percent foreign born 66.6

Native persons Percent born in State of residence 34.1

Percent living in different house in 1985 64.6

Percent who speak a language other than English at home 69.7

Percent high school graduate or higher 77.4

Percent with bachelor’s degree or higher 34.4

Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor force 68.9

Civilian labor force Percent unemployed 5.1

Employed persons 16 years and over Percent in managerial and professional specialty occupations 28.0

Households 30 454

Families 34 785

Per capita income in 1989 (dollars) 11 391

Percent of persons for whom poverty status is determined 11.5

Percent of families 11.1

URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF PLACE
Urban Inside urbanized area Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural Place of 1,000 to 2,499 Place of less than 1,000 Other rural Rural farm 17 15 3 11 2 447 056 780 276 391 952 1 439 3 851 252 71 3 528 13 68.7 68.8 71.9 67.7 68.4 79.4 61.1 57.3 64.7 45.1 57.0 53.8 33.1 33.5 41.3 31.2 30.4 34.7 28.9 37.7 19.1 20.5 39.2 100.0 66.3 65.0 81.2 59.7 74.3 78.9 71.2 56.4 50.2 47.8 57.1 30.8 71.4 71.3 74.1 70.4 71.9 87.3 61.5 61.8 84.5 43.3 60.5 53.8 78.4 78.3 83.9 76.4 79.0 85.8 74.9 72.7 83.1 85.7 71.8 100.0 36.4 36.5 48.1 32.6 36.0 58.7 22.3 24.9 28.8 7.1 25.0 – 69.6 70.8 69.7 71.3 61.7 56.3 65.3 65.7 64.9 76.4 65.5 53.8 4.9 4.8 6.7 4.2 5.4 6.6 4.6 6.3 2.4 7.1 6.6 57.1 29.2 29.3 37.5 26.9 28.7 42.0 19.6 21.9 13.8 28.2 22.4 – 30 129 30 852 24 234 32 531 24 028 23 594 24 091 34 444 24 167 40 833 35 244 5 000– 34 34 26 36 32 44 31 36 32 41 36 315 355 458 842 250 167 125 875 500 667 827 – 11 11 9 12 10 9 10 10 6 9 10 3 583 780 034 700 347 690 781 517 889 098 805 546 12.2 11.7 19.0 9.7 15.4 25.4 8.4 8.4 19.4 11.6 7.5 76.9 11.6 12.0 18.1 10.2 8.5 9.9 7.3 8.0 8.8 20.0 7.8 –

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN AREA
Inside metropolitan area In central city Not in central city Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Rural Outside metropolitan area Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural 16 3 13 11 10 1 4 2 1 1 1 1 595 170 425 488 782 706 937 703 923 238 685 422 263 780 67.9 72.4 66.8 68.6 67.8 80.7 56.3 62.2 64.2 65.5 63.2 76.1 58.9 58.9 33.8 43.1 32.0 30.2 30.5 22.8 39.4 35.2 33.6 35.8 32.1 48.5 28.9 37.3 64.9 84.2 60.3 61.4 59.7 88.2 53.6 63.5 67.3 65.4 68.6 61.4 71.2 57.1 70.5 75.3 69.3 71.3 70.2 86.9 57.9 66.8 67.0 68.7 65.8 85.5 58.8 66.5 78.1 83.5 76.9 76.9 76.5 83.7 77.2 74.9 78.8 80.6 77.4 73.0 78.8 68.2 37.5 52.5 34.1 35.5 33.7 69.1 25.5 24.2 23.5 22.1 24.7 29.2 23.3 25.3 68.9 66.4 69.5 69.7 70.9 51.4 68.4 68.8 71.0 78.4 65.6 65.1 65.7 64.9 4.8 6.6 4.4 4.1 4.2 1.9 5.9 6.4 6.0 5.3 6.5 9.8 5.1 6.9 29.8 40.1 27.7 28.7 28.0 42.6 22.1 20.8 20.1 15.2 23.8 27.4 22.3 22.1 31 23 32 32 32 22 36 25 25 25 24 24 24 27 359 857 673 157 680 813 806 857 156 957 314 844 215 721 35 26 37 36 36 40 38 27 27 26 31 26 45 27 644 875 447 990 974 250 906 199 083 047 458 471 450 450 11 8 12 12 12 9 10 10 10 10 10 8 11 10 626 438 379 620 831 406 945 561 452 058 741 625 448 741 12.3 22.2 10.3 10.9 10.1 22.8 6.7 8.8 7.6 1.1 12.1 23.8 8.0 10.7 12.1 22.1 10.0 10.5 10.7 5.8 6.7 6.6 4.9 – 9.6 11.1 8.7 9.9

COUNTY
Berkeley County Charleston County Greenville County Richland County Spartanburg County 2 2 1 3 1 630 509 823 552 616 61.7 64.2 66.3 75.2 79.4 27.7 40.0 24.4 32.1 61.3 59.7 60.9 70.4 69.0 70.9 62.1 65.8 75.0 73.3 79.7 70.4 82.9 84.8 83.9 67.9 19.9 38.6 48.9 47.3 28.6 70.3 72.5 72.8 65.0 75.7 3.4 8.0 6.3 4.2 3.1 11.9 27.8 36.2 45.4 20.5 31 36 35 20 35 695 429 972 227 025 34 42 41 27 32 079 115 359 202 067 12 10 13 9 9 578 521 605 794 710 7.7 8.6 11.2 22.5 12.6 8.1 8.9 10.6 23.8 13.8

PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
Columbia city North Charleston city 1 368 1 151 76.9 63.8 33.2 30.2 92.1 63.1 73.7 64.6 89.6 72.7 62.3 20.8 63.1 78.9 9.2 11.2 53.3 17.6 12 228 34 333 22 109 40 781 6 976 9 686 32.8 4.2 35.2 3.3

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 12.

Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for Hispanic Origin Persons and for Households and Families with an Hispanic Origin Householder: 1990
All persons Persons 5 years and over Persons 25 years and over Median income in 1989 (dollars) Income in 1989 below poverty level

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Threshold is 1,000 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
The State

Total 28 334

Percent foreign born 23.8

Native persons Percent born in State of residence 30.3

Percent living in different house in 1985 69.6

Percent who speak a language other than English at home 51.1

Percent high school graduate or higher 71.8

Percent with bachelor’s degree or higher 19.8

Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor force 73.9

Civilian labor force Percent unemployed 5.8

Employed persons 16 years and over Percent in managerial and professional specialty occupations 22.0

Households 25 795

Families 28 107

Per capita income in 1989 (dollars) 10 723

Percent of persons for whom poverty status is determined 15.6

Percent of families 10.3

URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF PLACE
Urban Inside urbanized area Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural Place of 1,000 to 2,499 Place of less than 1,000 Other rural Rural farm 20 16 4 12 3 297 954 706 248 343 591 2 752 8 037 531 252 7 254 284 23.8 23.1 26.0 22.0 27.3 46.7 23.1 23.8 18.6 45.2 23.4 11.6 24.9 25.4 22.7 26.4 22.6 25.1 22.2 43.9 56.9 55.8 42.6 70.1 73.0 73.1 81.4 69.9 72.5 70.3 73.0 60.9 57.7 58.5 61.2 59.0 54.0 54.5 55.0 54.2 51.8 62.4 49.4 43.5 41.6 55.5 43.2 19.9 77.1 78.6 77.6 78.9 69.4 77.7 66.8 58.4 56.5 65.9 58.3 51.2 22.1 22.7 27.8 20.9 18.4 35.0 13.1 14.0 7.6 23.0 14.1 – 74.6 74.0 73.2 74.3 77.6 82.1 76.5 71.8 57.4 76.6 72.9 46.4 6.2 5.8 6.6 5.5 7.9 1.2 10.8 4.9 8.3 – 4.9 – 24.2 26.0 28.5 25.2 14.3 18.8 12.1 16.9 5.7 14.9 17.8 – 26 26 22 27 27 37 24 24 23 17 24 13 339 191 377 343 857 625 375 113 478 500 307 125 28 27 25 28 32 37 30 26 23 51 26 14 762 995 651 925 016 955 426 702 913 552 909 792 11 11 9 11 11 17 10 9 8 11 9 3 243 128 941 584 830 457 621 409 864 476 377 609 12.9 12.2 17.4 10.6 16.8 10.9 18.4 22.2 24.2 27.0 21.9 43.0 8.5 8.4 11.7 7.5 9.2 – 12.3 14.9 23.3 26.7 13.9 40.7

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN AREA
Inside metropolitan area In central city Not in central city Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Rural Outside metropolitan area Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural 20 4 16 12 11 3 8 4 1 2 2 3 327 058 269 369 824 545 900 007 064 266 798 383 415 943 23.5 26.8 22.6 22.3 22.0 28.4 23.7 24.7 25.1 20.7 27.1 46.7 24.0 24.3 28.7 24.7 29.7 26.6 26.5 29.2 39.6 34.4 18.9 14.0 21.3 28.4 20.5 50.2 69.8 81.0 67.0 68.3 69.3 45.8 62.8 69.1 80.5 86.8 77.6 86.2 76.1 57.2 51.9 56.8 50.7 54.1 54.3 49.7 39.9 48.8 51.9 51.1 52.2 57.8 51.2 45.6 73.2 76.2 72.5 77.5 78.2 62.8 56.2 68.3 77.3 89.6 70.9 76.7 69.3 59.4 21.9 30.3 19.9 21.5 20.9 32.6 14.5 14.5 16.0 17.5 15.2 26.1 12.2 13.0 73.4 71.5 73.9 74.2 74.0 78.9 72.9 75.1 79.1 83.3 77.3 81.2 76.6 70.4 5.3 5.3 5.3 5.7 5.8 4.1 4.2 7.2 9.1 9.1 9.1 1.8 11.7 5.6 24.7 29.4 23.7 25.7 25.8 24.3 18.1 14.1 12.3 15.3 11.1 9.6 11.6 15.6 26 22 27 27 27 35 27 22 23 21 26 38 21 21 684 396 676 735 519 536 406 379 324 679 136 750 961 933 29 25 29 29 28 38 30 25 28 23 30 38 27 25 007 933 695 594 973 646 167 716 056 839 509 359 917 152 11 9 11 12 11 20 9 9 10 11 10 20 8 9 041 319 471 011 640 073 756 916 634 540 224 719 560 175 13.4 17.9 12.5 11.0 10.7 17.3 17.2 21.5 15.0 11.5 16.7 5.7 18.9 27.1 9.3 12.5 8.8 7.8 7.8 7.1 12.9 12.8 8.8 7.4 9.7 – 12.3 16.2

COUNTY
Beaufort County Berkeley County Charleston County Greenville County Horry County Lexington County Richland County Spartanburg County 2 2 3 2 1 1 4 1 115 427 764 966 087 174 566 531 20.0 16.2 20.1 31.5 27.2 36.3 19.8 38.1 11.9 23.1 34.8 33.4 21.7 30.1 19.0 53.8 82.3 75.0 70.5 69.2 83.5 55.5 74.8 65.8 55.0 47.1 46.5 57.4 56.3 53.6 58.4 58.1 72.0 76.2 73.5 68.9 82.3 67.2 81.1 60.1 14.6 11.2 21.6 27.7 15.4 15.7 24.2 29.9 83.5 70.6 79.6 74.2 76.2 77.2 69.5 73.4 7.2 8.9 5.5 5.1 8.0 6.5 3.7 1.7 11.6 13.8 18.7 24.5 12.9 20.3 36.1 23.0 27 24 28 28 20 33 26 25 163 423 214 967 505 250 123 143 29 24 30 31 22 38 27 26 250 577 659 842 024 700 452 071 9 7 15 10 14 11 9 9 881 839 402 599 026 496 512 941 19.8 11.2 15.1 11.3 22.4 10.0 14.3 14.4 8.3 11.4 10.0 7.0 12.1 1.7 9.3 12.4

PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
Columbia city North Charleston city 2 033 1 675 26.1 16.0 11.1 32.6 88.3 76.2 62.7 54.0 80.7 75.0 29.6 10.5 71.4 84.6 2.7 7.2 40.0 25.4 19 214 24 417 22 875 22 331 8 261 19 045 22.5 16.5 17.1 12.3

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SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 13.

Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons and for Households and Families with a White, Not of Hispanic Origin Householder: 1990
All persons Persons 5 years and over Persons 25 years and over Median income in 1989 (dollars) Income in 1989 below poverty level

[Threshold is 1,000 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
The State

Total 2 391 911

Percent foreign born 1.1

Native persons Percent born in State of residence 62.2

Percent living in different house in 1985 45.7

Percent who speak a language other than English at home 2.7

Percent high school graduate or higher 73.6

Percent with bachelor’s degree or higher 19.7

Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor force 66.8

Civilian labor force Percent unemployed 3.8

Employed persons 16 years and over Percent in managerial and professional specialty occupations 25.8

Households 30 133

Families 35 046

Per capita income in 1989 (dollars) 14 133

Percent of persons for whom poverty status is determined 9.1

Percent of families 7.6

URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF PLACE
Urban Inside urbanized area Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural Place of 1,000 to 2,499 Place of less than 1,000 Other rural Rural farm 1 301 762 1 003 228 259 526 743 702 298 534 74 147 224 387 1 090 149 74 248 32 122 983 779 29 684 1.5 1.6 2.0 1.5 1.1 1.8 .8 .6 .5 .7 .6 .6 53.9 51.9 52.7 51.6 60.7 52.6 63.4 72.0 75.9 74.2 71.7 84.3 51.3 52.6 56.7 51.1 47.0 52.5 45.1 38.9 36.1 35.1 39.3 18.7 3.1 3.3 3.9 3.1 2.5 2.9 2.3 2.1 2.0 2.0 2.1 2.5 78.6 80.4 83.0 79.4 72.9 78.9 70.9 67.5 60.3 70.2 68.0 68.3 25.2 26.2 34.6 23.2 22.1 31.6 18.8 13.2 11.0 17.7 13.2 15.6 67.3 68.7 64.9 70.1 62.7 59.8 63.6 66.3 61.0 59.3 67.0 63.1 3.7 3.6 3.5 3.6 4.2 4.0 4.3 4.0 4.8 4.1 3.9 2.8 30.8 31.5 37.1 29.6 28.2 32.5 26.7 19.8 18.4 23.2 19.8 17.0 30 31 29 32 27 31 26 29 23 26 29 30 816 582 542 183 714 044 840 188 653 529 760 000 36 37 38 37 34 40 32 33 29 32 33 33 732 467 816 164 564 211 726 032 286 365 390 805 15 15 16 14 14 17 13 12 11 13 12 15 243 436 964 903 594 712 564 808 642 765 865 151 8.6 7.8 9.5 7.3 11.2 11.2 11.1 9.7 11.7 10.9 9.5 9.3 6.7 5.9 6.0 6.0 9.2 7.3 9.7 8.8 9.2 9.2 8.8 9.8

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN AREA
Inside metropolitan area In central city Not in central city Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Rural Outside metropolitan area Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Rural 1 546 215 1 331 788 704 84 543 844 299 84 214 51 162 545 991 103 888 267 239 028 621 920 329 823 506 922 584 591 1.2 2.0 1.1 1.4 1.4 1.0 .7 .9 1.4 2.1 1.1 1.8 .8 .6 59.6 55.7 60.2 53.8 52.4 65.9 69.4 66.9 52.6 37.0 58.7 49.6 61.6 74.7 47.8 55.9 46.5 49.9 50.7 43.9 41.5 41.7 51.6 60.4 48.2 52.8 46.7 36.3 2.8 3.9 2.6 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.0 2.4 2.8 3.8 2.5 2.9 2.3 2.2 75.6 82.3 74.5 78.1 79.3 68.5 69.2 70.0 77.3 84.3 74.6 80.5 72.5 65.9 21.9 36.9 19.4 23.1 23.4 20.6 14.0 16.0 22.4 21.8 22.6 31.2 19.7 12.4 68.2 63.5 69.0 69.8 70.4 64.7 67.9 64.4 63.8 68.7 61.9 58.6 63.0 64.8 3.6 3.3 3.7 3.6 3.5 4.5 3.8 4.2 4.2 4.4 4.1 3.7 4.3 4.2 27.6 38.1 25.9 29.5 29.9 26.5 20.7 22.1 28.5 27.5 28.9 31.4 28.0 18.8 31 30 31 31 32 27 31 27 27 27 27 32 26 27 456 290 635 958 385 531 122 423 738 637 785 333 470 269 36 40 36 37 37 34 35 31 33 31 34 40 32 31 716 620 296 181 463 820 126 964 519 515 460 442 427 370 14 17 14 14 14 13 13 13 14 14 14 19 13 12 640 256 217 846 969 817 306 206 829 655 898 163 536 315 8.2 9.6 8.0 7.8 7.3 11.8 8.4 10.7 10.2 8.4 10.9 8.7 11.6 11.0 6.3 5.7 6.4 6.1 5.9 7.1 6.8 10.0 9.1 6.7 9.8 7.5 10.7 10.6

COUNTY
Abbeville County Aiken County Allendale County Anderson County Bamberg County Barnwell County Beaufort County Berkeley County Calhoun County Charleston County Cherokee County Chester County Chesterfield County Clarendon County Colleton County Darlington County Dillon County Dorchester County Edgefield County Fairfield County Florence County Georgetown County Greenville County Greenwood County Hampton County Horry County Jasper County Kershaw County Lancaster County Laurens County Lee County Lexington County McCormick County Marion County Marlboro County Newberry County Oconee County Orangeburg County Pickens County Richland County Saluda County Spartanburg County Sumter County Union County Williamsburg County York County 16 90 3 119 6 11 58 92 6 185 35 19 25 12 18 36 15 61 9 9 69 26 257 41 8 116 6 30 40 41 6 146 3 15 14 21 51 34 85 158 10 176 56 21 13 102 221 369 598 884 403 391 812 588 124 693 019 088 459 216 550 734 869 672 735 244 445 042 364 055 270 557 499 877 352 344 840 663 647 038 393 448 846 795 558 323 863 484 361 127 103 948 .5 .7 .4 .5 .6 .2 2.1 1.2 .3 1.7 .2 .6 .4 .5 .7 .3 .3 1.6 .5 .9 1.0 1.5 1.4 .8 .6 1.7 .5 1.0 .3 .5 .7 .9 .5 .5 .4 .4 .8 .6 .8 2.3 .1 .9 1.4 .1 .3 .9 79.8 39.7 73.1 74.6 78.3 68.8 21.7 46.7 75.5 48.7 77.3 79.6 73.8 81.9 76.5 80.9 82.3 45.1 49.1 76.6 76.3 65.8 61.6 76.1 80.5 46.9 51.0 70.9 72.9 79.1 88.9 66.3 67.9 84.2 73.9 81.4 70.3 77.5 69.5 53.1 86.9 72.8 52.9 86.9 89.7 52.4 33.2 44.0 35.8 37.7 32.6 39.0 67.2 56.9 30.5 57.4 35.0 33.3 32.3 37.3 38.0 34.6 33.5 57.1 36.1 34.7 40.8 42.8 45.9 41.7 26.9 53.9 37.9 38.9 32.5 37.2 31.3 46.6 40.6 32.9 36.1 32.2 41.9 36.8 46.5 54.0 29.7 41.1 54.0 31.8 25.6 47.0 1.9 2.2 2.7 1.9 2.9 2.7 3.5 2.7 1.8 3.8 1.2 1.5 2.4 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 3.1 1.8 2.3 3.1 3.1 2.7 2.4 1.6 3.1 1.5 2.9 1.7 1.6 2.0 2.5 2.3 2.1 2.4 1.4 2.1 2.7 2.0 4.1 1.6 2.4 3.7 1.4 1.4 2.0 64.2 75.2 68.2 66.2 70.0 68.6 90.9 79.9 75.7 83.6 59.0 62.8 58.2 66.8 70.3 68.4 59.4 83.0 74.9 68.3 71.6 71.4 74.7 70.1 69.3 77.5 62.6 72.8 63.2 62.3 66.4 79.1 65.1 64.6 57.4 70.5 64.0 70.7 65.9 86.6 66.2 66.6 79.6 58.1 65.2 71.3 13.8 19.7 17.0 14.1 14.6 16.8 33.0 12.7 17.7 28.5 10.3 12.0 9.6 15.0 11.8 15.7 10.8 20.1 17.4 15.2 18.7 21.3 23.1 19.9 11.6 17.6 7.4 14.7 10.9 13.3 9.8 21.9 12.4 12.7 10.8 16.1 13.9 16.2 17.0 36.8 10.2 16.1 18.7 8.7 14.3 19.2 60.4 64.5 55.9 65.1 60.9 65.8 67.9 71.8 66.0 69.7 66.7 63.4 65.2 59.8 61.2 63.6 61.8 70.8 65.2 62.6 66.3 61.9 67.7 63.3 61.5 66.0 64.4 64.9 66.6 62.9 64.2 72.7 50.8 65.9 60.5 61.9 63.4 61.4 63.4 69.0 63.2 66.2 70.3 61.6 63.2 69.8 3.8 4.5 5.7 4.1 4.0 3.9 3.5 4.2 3.9 3.2 5.9 5.1 4.4 2.3 2.9 2.9 5.0 3.8 3.1 3.1 3.2 3.8 3.5 4.0 3.9 4.3 4.2 2.9 4.6 5.3 4.3 3.1 3.6 4.3 5.6 3.6 5.1 4.3 4.3 2.8 5.5 4.1 4.1 4.3 2.5 4.1 19.1 28.3 27.7 20.8 23.0 26.8 31.6 21.5 23.6 32.7 16.6 17.6 17.1 23.9 19.0 21.8 20.2 26.9 25.4 23.7 25.9 25.6 28.8 26.0 20.5 24.9 20.6 21.7 16.8 19.6 16.3 27.8 23.6 20.9 19.6 22.9 18.4 24.1 22.1 39.3 17.5 22.4 23.4 16.5 20.6 24.0 25 33 24 27 24 31 36 31 31 32 26 26 24 24 28 27 21 33 29 28 29 30 31 26 25 27 25 31 27 26 25 34 24 25 21 27 26 28 26 33 26 29 27 23 25 33 514 340 116 305 447 256 670 513 167 111 245 253 429 843 080 373 300 724 296 436 771 300 187 664 286 082 068 592 873 616 009 523 392 355 599 017 338 477 890 550 223 178 877 759 594 854 30 38 32 32 28 35 40 33 35 38 30 30 29 29 32 33 27 37 35 32 35 34 37 32 30 30 28 35 32 30 31 39 31 30 25 32 31 33 33 42 31 34 31 28 30 38 538 951 692 771 418 933 880 240 990 134 744 382 722 351 474 361 256 132 605 565 307 825 199 931 576 878 523 619 294 591 685 111 444 752 593 669 494 682 058 392 221 078 093 198 044 605 11 14 12 12 12 14 18 12 14 16 11 12 11 12 12 13 10 13 14 12 14 15 15 13 12 13 10 13 12 12 11 15 10 11 10 12 12 13 11 17 11 13 13 10 11 14 396 950 389 943 817 146 972 313 329 389 581 304 267 239 236 615 286 381 242 951 163 078 221 509 256 847 853 857 596 032 705 109 971 731 370 588 796 276 769 111 794 507 015 946 871 761 9.4 9.4 15.5 9.0 18.8 10.9 6.3 7.8 8.9 8.8 11.1 9.5 13.0 14.9 11.7 11.4 16.2 7.7 8.2 10.1 10.2 10.7 7.4 9.2 15.9 10.3 15.8 7.9 9.3 9.7 12.0 6.7 11.6 14.5 17.8 8.7 10.6 12.2 11.7 7.5 11.7 8.3 10.0 12.4 13.4 7.1 8.6 8.1 22.1 6.6 17.0 11.1 6.2 7.3 11.2 7.7 8.6 9.0 12.1 17.6 13.3 10.5 16.5 6.4 9.6 9.7 9.1 10.0 5.4 8.1 13.1 8.8 14.5 7.7 8.3 7.7 15.3 5.4 13.0 16.1 16.9 8.2 8.0 13.3 6.6 4.3 10.8 6.2 10.2 10.8 16.2 5.3

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 13.

Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons and for Households and Families with a White, Not of Hispanic Origin Householder: 1990 Con.
All persons Persons 5 years and over Persons 25 years and over Median income in 1989 (dollars) Income in 1989 below poverty level

[Threshold is 1,000 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
Abbeville city Aiken city Allendale town Anderson city Andrews town Arial CDP Bamberg town Barnwell city Batesburg town Beaufort city Belton city Belvedere CDP Bennettsville city Berea CDP Bishopville town Boiling Springs CDP Burton CDP Camden city Cayce city Centerville CDP Charleston city Cheraw town Cherryvale CDP Chester city Clearwater CDP Clemson city Clinton city Clover town Columbia city Conway city Darlington city Dentsville CDP Dillon city Dunean CDP Easley city East Gaffney CDP Edgefield town Edisto CDP Florence city Forest Acres city Forestbrook CDP Fort Mill town Fountain Inn town Gaffney city Gantt CDP Garden City CDP Georgetown city Gloverville CDP Goose Creek city Greenville city Greenwood city Greer city Hampton town Hanahan city Hartsville city Hilton Head Island town Homeland Park CDP Honea Path town Irmo town Isle of Palms city Johnston town Judson CDP Kingstree town Ladson CDP Lake City city Lake Wylie CDP Lancaster city Laurel Bay CDP Laurens city Lexington town Liberty town Little River CDP Lugoff CDP McColl town Manning city Marion city Mauldin city Moncks Corner town Mount Pleasant town Mullins city

Total

Percent foreign born

Native persons Percent born in State of residence

Percent living in different house in 1985

Percent who speak a language other than English at home

Percent high school graduate or higher

Percent with bachelor’s degree or higher

Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor force

Civilian labor force Percent unemployed

Employed persons 16 years and over Percent in managerial and professional specialty occupations

Households

Families

Per capita income in 1989 (dollars)

Percent of persons for whom poverty status is determined

Percent of families

3 13 1 16 1 2 1 2 1 6 3 4 3 11 1 3 4 3 8 4 45 2 1 2 4 9 5 2 52 5 3 6 4 3 13 2 1 1 15 6 2 4 2 7 5 6 4 2 20 36 11 7 2 11 4 21 5 2 9 3 1 1 1 11 2 2 4 3 5 3 2 3 2 2 1 3 9 3 26 2

152 397 112 965 381 533 820 999 867 533 897 935 939 566 429 472 075 777 808 547 740 745 827 806 190 166 075 788 049 652 221 109 320 683 059 829 287 078 564 469 390 053 934 894 602 194 299 383 083 808 587 480 038 377 739 033 903 965 774 660 054 510 582 345 392 696 606 278 619 004 829 173 752 002 934 059 554 784 761 479

1.6 1.2 1.0 .7 .8 – .3 .6 .9 1.1 .3 .2 1.1 1.1 – .3 .4 1.3 .6 .7 2.8 2.0 .9 .6 .5 3.2 .8 – 2.4 .4 1.1 2.3 .3 – .7 – 1.2 .6 2.2 1.6 1.8 .3 1.1 .6 .9 3.7 .5 .7 1.7 1.8 1.1 .4 1.3 1.1 .7 3.5 – – .5 3.9 – – – .9 .8 4.3 .1 .5 .2 1.0 .4 1.8 .8 .3 .5 .3 .9 .5 1.8 1.9

76.7 31.8 69.0 69.6 82.6 83.4 81.6 65.2 78.0 38.2 82.4 22.1 67.8 73.8 84.1 77.0 33.3 67.5 71.5 64.0 50.0 71.3 29.2 77.1 35.2 39.8 71.2 51.5 53.1 65.1 77.3 51.2 75.0 70.5 73.4 86.5 68.6 83.9 64.7 55.4 22.9 54.1 70.8 71.1 64.9 20.4 67.2 59.4 29.1 50.9 75.6 74.4 78.0 51.5 74.7 13.1 76.0 86.6 50.0 38.9 65.9 72.8 79.1 39.1 85.2 6.8 70.1 13.2 74.3 62.9 80.2 23.2 67.2 69.9 75.5 84.7 46.9 66.4 45.3 85.3

39.5 58.2 43.2 47.3 42.2 31.4 38.8 43.2 33.9 56.6 34.2 37.3 41.7 39.5 41.5 30.1 67.7 40.8 42.0 35.8 62.4 35.1 73.4 37.7 43.6 66.2 48.3 41.4 61.1 42.9 44.0 47.6 41.9 36.9 41.9 37.1 34.8 19.1 47.1 47.3 55.9 48.5 41.2 37.8 38.9 65.5 37.4 25.7 71.8 54.6 49.7 41.4 25.8 51.9 35.0 67.4 38.2 25.8 58.0 56.7 29.6 43.4 41.5 60.8 38.8 46.0 38.5 88.5 39.3 57.0 30.9 60.9 44.2 42.6 49.5 35.5 53.0 55.5 64.7 39.3

2.0 2.6 1.5 2.5 2.2 1.8 2.3 2.1 3.7 3.0 1.9 1.4 2.7 2.3 .9 1.2 2.8 1.6 3.1 2.4 5.2 2.8 3.4 1.5 2.9 4.0 2.2 .9 4.2 2.5 1.7 4.8 1.9 1.6 1.9 .5 – 3.7 4.4 2.9 3.9 .6 2.7 1.3 2.4 3.7 3.1 .8 2.9 3.0 3.0 2.1 1.2 3.3 3.8 3.8 1.4 2.2 2.1 3.2 – 2.1 2.1 2.9 2.4 1.9 1.2 2.6 1.5 1.5 1.9 3.2 2.2 1.2 1.3 1.7 1.4 2.5 3.5 3.5

73.7 90.0 69.7 69.7 57.0 53.1 68.0 72.6 64.3 85.3 56.5 77.4 74.1 71.7 69.3 67.3 85.0 81.2 77.3 82.8 89.4 76.8 77.6 63.9 66.2 92.7 60.9 49.2 86.2 76.4 72.8 81.2 67.4 52.2 65.1 41.0 70.7 47.6 83.7 93.4 90.5 66.7 69.6 63.3 66.2 81.5 75.2 44.2 88.8 85.4 67.3 52.9 77.2 79.8 74.2 95.7 50.4 49.1 95.6 92.0 61.3 28.3 77.0 83.5 73.0 97.8 70.9 93.7 66.3 84.6 64.6 85.3 82.7 37.3 68.6 74.3 88.5 76.2 92.3 67.9

21.1 41.7 21.6 22.1 11.6 5.8 13.7 24.4 7.3 28.2 12.2 12.7 22.1 9.9 17.3 12.7 17.2 32.7 18.6 16.7 40.9 24.9 8.3 19.6 5.7 63.5 24.0 6.6 45.2 26.1 28.6 29.7 14.1 6.7 17.2 3.8 20.5 5.8 33.5 46.7 22.8 20.3 17.1 16.4 18.1 14.5 20.8 2.0 15.5 40.3 20.5 10.8 11.3 16.8 29.4 45.1 3.5 11.0 37.0 42.5 22.7 1.3 31.1 10.0 27.9 52.7 22.9 16.7 18.5 28.2 13.1 21.8 9.2 6.3 16.5 24.2 28.6 20.4 44.1 14.7

59.4 61.0 65.8 56.8 61.1 74.9 58.2 60.8 59.1 66.5 58.4 67.7 61.2 66.9 58.0 71.1 77.7 56.3 67.5 73.9 63.9 65.6 76.1 56.2 63.1 57.8 52.9 60.3 64.5 62.8 63.9 70.9 61.2 58.2 66.5 61.0 49.8 57.1 63.3 64.5 75.9 64.5 71.1 62.0 65.6 49.8 59.5 55.2 73.6 66.4 56.5 57.0 60.8 69.5 52.7 59.9 62.7 59.2 84.8 72.3 61.4 44.8 61.1 77.8 62.5 57.9 58.6 76.5 60.0 75.2 64.6 56.2 63.7 55.2 57.3 65.8 77.1 66.5 75.1 59.4

4.7 2.7 8.1 4.9 5.8 4.0 2.6 3.1 1.4 2.6 5.0 4.5 5.1 4.2 3.5 6.0 2.4 3.0 3.4 4.4 2.5 2.5 5.3 5.3 5.0 4.3 4.8 4.2 3.5 3.4 2.9 2.8 3.6 5.3 5.0 11.9 – 6.5 3.0 1.6 2.1 3.8 5.2 6.4 3.7 6.4 4.0 11.3 3.3 2.4 3.6 5.1 3.9 2.9 2.8 2.6 5.2 3.8 2.7 4.6 4.9 4.4 1.5 4.2 3.6 .5 5.3 9.2 3.9 3.0 6.1 5.4 3.4 6.0 2.6 4.3 3.0 4.8 1.8 1.0

26.5 48.1 30.1 28.1 15.6 13.3 25.6 35.0 16.9 30.5 19.4 23.9 36.6 17.5 24.0 20.1 27.6 39.1 22.7 24.5 40.3 35.1 18.9 26.4 19.9 48.7 26.7 12.5 44.3 33.0 36.5 37.4 26.2 20.0 25.6 7.3 33.5 17.4 39.1 49.9 39.3 28.1 18.9 24.5 25.4 20.4 28.2 8.8 23.4 37.4 26.6 18.0 20.1 25.8 37.0 35.3 11.0 20.2 38.6 43.5 27.0 6.1 46.5 17.5 28.4 51.8 30.4 24.8 28.6 34.7 18.0 28.6 25.8 9.1 26.1 33.8 35.2 30.5 43.3 23.4

23 39 23 22 24 26 25 30 26 30 23 34 25 28 27 30 29 31 29 35 32 31 26 24 25 24 24 21 29 28 31 32 25 19 28 16 20 18 34 37 31 29 28 25 26 27 28 17 31 31 22 19 23 30 27 44 19 19 43 47 24 15 26 31 23 64 28 28 26 30 24 30 33 15 22 27 41 26 40 23

596 451 603 131 358 205 156 790 311 105 412 742 529 416 250 433 931 848 976 529 548 997 848 104 964 545 467 393 223 489 429 588 126 533 347 624 938 875 945 061 950 917 879 105 971 056 427 060 149 124 730 359 750 674 109 930 833 337 581 443 120 240 735 636 031 566 000 659 825 521 623 401 913 955 800 039 611 667 262 571

31 48 34 30 31 31 28 35 31 35 30 37 31 32 37 36 32 40 36 38 45 42 28 28 31 49 29 30 42 34 38 38 31 27 34 22 31 21 43 50 34 35 33 32 33 29 36 25 31 41 29 24 31 36 41 52 24 26 45 54 27 19 38 32 30 71 37 28 32 36 29 35 37 18 30 34 46 30 47 29

445 291 688 597 500 380 974 791 429 414 140 959 143 456 014 042 182 938 231 599 838 115 445 988 274 691 622 093 290 842 072 567 468 099 796 038 146 742 742 443 562 791 831 310 047 418 150 625 335 008 596 692 736 689 250 142 053 650 619 581 236 605 750 039 833 098 163 227 070 765 621 500 445 186 972 583 315 069 175 559

12 19 13 13 11 11 12 15 12 16 11 13 13 12 13 12 12 18 15 13 19 18 11 14 12 14 11 11 16 14 15 17 10 12 13 9 13 8 19 24 12 13 15 13 17 15 13 9 10 19 12 10 13 14 16 27 9 10 15 25 14 7 15 11 14 33 15 8 13 14 11 18 15 7 11 13 17 13 20 12

661 544 993 338 391 127 623 502 924 315 992 667 823 845 361 848 019 686 979 660 017 012 057 159 287 867 110 202 819 604 301 153 967 117 937 060 325 886 007 124 884 870 092 835 377 013 513 376 702 168 743 727 294 827 763 102 502 872 385 464 083 455 951 436 655 611 490 245 051 073 716 326 224 392 088 892 034 854 048 074

10.8 5.7 17.2 11.6 16.8 12.4 17.2 12.4 13.4 7.6 10.2 8.1 12.9 6.6 9.3 5.2 8.3 7.5 6.3 6.3 10.4 7.8 15.3 10.6 12.4 28.5 10.1 16.5 11.7 11.9 10.2 6.1 12.0 14.9 8.6 19.1 14.5 21.0 7.6 4.8 7.8 10.6 7.3 13.6 9.9 7.4 11.7 22.1 6.9 6.9 11.8 15.4 17.4 6.0 9.5 4.9 16.1 12.6 1.2 2.1 9.6 20.2 12.5 8.6 12.5 1.1 10.4 3.3 13.5 8.1 5.6 7.8 4.6 31.6 16.7 11.6 3.0 13.5 3.9 14.0

11.6 4.2 23.5 9.6 19.1 6.9 8.9 13.9 13.6 9.3 4.4 6.3 11.8 4.7 8.0 2.8 8.7 6.1 5.1 4.3 5.3 8.8 20.3 9.8 12.3 5.2 8.7 13.5 4.6 9.7 9.4 4.1 8.6 12.8 6.9 15.7 13.7 19.8 5.3 1.9 5.0 10.0 7.6 11.1 7.3 4.9 14.2 19.3 7.5 4.4 9.6 11.2 11.3 4.3 7.3 3.8 11.7 5.1 1.1 1.6 9.6 17.4 7.8 9.4 15.2 – 8.3 5.3 14.7 9.3 2.4 7.8 3.3 23.9 19.9 13.6 1.8 12.0 3.1 16.9

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 13.

Summary of Social and Economic Characteristics for White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons and for Households and Families with a White, Not of Hispanic Origin Householder: 1990 Con.
All persons Persons 5 years and over Persons 25 years and over Median income in 1989 (dollars) Income in 1989 below poverty level

[Threshold is 1,000 persons. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area County Place and [In Selected States] County Subdivision [2,500 or More Persons]
PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION Con.
Murrells Inlet CDP Myrtle Beach city Newberry town New Ellenton town North Augusta city North Charleston city North Hartsville CDP Northlake CDP North Myrtle Beach city Oak Grove CDP Orangeburg city Pageland town Parker CDP Parris Island CDP Pendleton town Pickens town Piedmont CDP Port Royal town Red Bank CDP Red Hill CDP Rock Hill city St. Andrews CDP Saluda town Sans Souci CDP Saxon CDP Seneca town Seven Oaks CDP Shell Point CDP Simpsonville town Socastee CDP Southern Shops CDP Spartanburg city Springdale CDP Springdale town Summerville town Sumter city Surfside Beach town Taylors CDP Tega Cay city Travelers Rest city Union city Valencia Heights CDP Valley Falls CDP Wade Hampton CDP Walhalla town Walterboro city Welcome CDP Wellford city West Columbia city Westminster town Williamston town Williston town Winnsboro town Woodfield CDP Woodruff town York city

Total

Percent foreign born

Native persons Percent born in State of residence

Percent living in different house in 1985

Percent who speak a language other than English at home

Percent high school graduate or higher

Percent with bachelor’s degree or higher

Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor force

Civilian labor force Percent unemployed

Employed persons 16 years and over Percent in managerial and professional specialty occupations

Households

Families

Per capita income in 1989 (dollars)

Percent of persons for whom poverty status is determined

Percent of families

2 20 6 1 12 43 2 3 8 6 5 2 9 4 2 2 3 1 5 5 25 15 1 6 2 5 13 2 10 9 2 22 1 3 17 24 3 17 3 2 5 3 3 18 3 2 5 1 8 2 3 1 1 5 3 4

827 746 075 727 798 256 422 001 391 732 333 060 940 800 297 485 841 833 352 818 078 861 577 916 851 186 469 264 312 211 792 899 941 012 965 614 650 279 149 696 963 097 186 659 317 991 756 506 593 839 119 696 422 201 124 024

1.9 2.5 .2 – 1.2 1.3 .3 3.5 1.6 1.0 .6 – .1 1.6 – .5 .3 1.1 1.3 2.3 1.0 2.2 .6 .5 – 1.2 1.6 2.7 1.6 2.4 – 2.3 .4 .4 1.7 1.3 1.3 2.2 3.0 .2 .1 1.5 1.9 2.7 – .2 .3 – .7 – – – 1.8 5.5 – .7

38.2 30.7 76.3 38.6 17.4 38.2 77.8 55.5 28.5 66.5 70.4 55.9 80.9 3.5 73.0 80.3 81.0 28.1 66.9 44.5 57.7 51.0 84.6 76.4 83.1 71.7 51.0 20.9 61.1 33.7 72.8 62.2 85.2 73.3 39.1 42.6 31.2 51.7 5.7 78.2 86.9 55.2 70.1 47.4 72.0 74.5 76.9 83.9 70.5 81.5 85.7 60.1 73.9 37.5 85.4 68.0

65.5 64.4 40.3 34.7 46.2 69.0 35.9 55.9 56.8 40.1 38.1 47.6 36.6 96.5 43.5 36.9 32.5 63.9 52.4 65.1 54.1 65.0 36.3 34.2 51.7 39.8 52.5 54.7 47.3 65.4 54.7 47.2 34.8 31.4 65.2 59.0 62.8 49.6 56.6 44.8 31.1 53.5 56.6 43.7 48.5 41.3 36.2 34.7 44.1 38.6 31.3 34.0 42.8 43.6 39.3 43.8

4.3 4.3 2.3 2.0 1.6 3.5 2.1 6.9 3.0 2.4 2.5 1.7 .8 3.7 .7 1.4 1.8 3.2 3.4 2.9 3.1 3.7 2.4 1.6 1.5 2.5 3.3 4.7 2.3 3.1 .7 3.9 1.2 2.3 3.3 3.3 4.1 3.4 6.5 1.2 .9 .9 2.8 4.7 3.1 2.3 2.6 – 2.3 .7 1.6 1.3 4.6 7.5 3.8 2.2

78.7 86.1 69.6 71.3 85.3 77.8 64.9 86.5 86.7 79.9 79.6 53.4 39.4 94.8 63.1 52.9 62.4 82.5 75.9 81.2 68.6 88.0 71.6 61.7 40.2 72.3 93.7 83.9 80.3 81.9 50.1 78.6 40.9 82.8 87.6 87.2 89.0 87.7 93.2 66.8 63.6 86.2 67.2 87.4 51.3 75.2 56.0 44.4 73.2 54.8 51.4 83.9 81.0 85.9 57.6 65.7

19.8 23.2 21.2 9.3 27.1 13.3 13.9 34.9 23.4 14.4 26.8 13.1 1.6 18.7 23.8 9.4 7.6 22.2 14.3 19.2 23.0 33.1 17.8 7.4 3.3 16.7 41.2 8.0 21.8 14.2 2.3 34.5 5.7 17.6 27.9 25.2 26.5 31.7 35.0 10.8 14.1 35.9 14.5 36.6 10.6 23.5 2.9 2.9 16.4 10.7 8.1 23.5 35.4 19.0 8.7 14.4

61.4 72.4 54.4 58.4 67.7 76.2 67.1 69.7 61.2 75.0 58.1 65.1 59.7 98.0 64.8 52.6 69.2 70.9 75.0 67.8 64.3 75.1 60.1 64.1 54.5 60.8 74.7 75.1 76.8 76.7 55.9 59.6 61.6 71.0 70.2 71.9 64.5 74.7 79.8 67.2 55.6 68.2 74.0 67.9 59.8 53.8 63.7 60.2 66.8 66.2 60.6 71.3 62.3 72.3 61.3 68.6

2.7 5.2 4.8 7.1 3.4 4.5 2.1 2.0 3.8 3.2 3.5 3.9 7.7 14.3 5.3 5.6 5.1 4.1 4.1 2.9 4.6 2.1 2.7 4.8 9.5 7.8 2.1 3.3 3.1 3.3 4.2 4.0 7.5 3.3 3.9 3.6 5.3 2.3 3.6 4.1 5.2 5.9 5.9 3.4 8.4 3.7 4.1 7.1 4.1 2.8 6.3 7.3 3.1 3.1 5.0 4.3

31.5 29.9 29.0 27.5 35.9 22.1 17.5 38.0 32.4 24.1 38.0 27.1 7.2 17.5 28.6 15.3 14.4 31.9 24.3 27.3 28.3 36.0 21.9 15.8 8.6 22.0 44.2 21.7 28.9 19.6 7.5 38.6 10.5 24.3 31.5 31.8 32.7 37.9 42.0 18.7 21.8 39.9 24.6 38.1 18.4 37.9 11.9 8.1 24.7 17.5 14.6 31.7 37.7 24.9 16.5 19.0

26 26 24 29 35 26 24 39 30 34 34 21 18 24 26 18 28 26 32 27 30 29 24 22 17 24 39 31 35 28 19 29 19 37 33 26 29 40 55 26 22 24 28 34 21 26 22 25 24 23 21 36 27 32 25 28

510 068 236 472 522 238 867 401 351 625 063 049 350 573 437 342 596 712 105 111 382 955 745 371 540 029 733 471 697 873 780 701 688 113 564 104 604 573 804 335 783 443 311 774 066 214 747 903 571 600 935 444 100 682 671 134

29 31 30 34 43 28 35 43 34 39 42 28 22 24 31 25 35 31 34 29 37 36 30 27 21 33 44 36 40 31 22 39 21 41 37 29 32 44 61 29 29 30 35 41 26 34 27 28 32 30 26 41 35 38 31 32

750 583 631 879 549 333 705 989 968 815 436 000 367 573 115 123 779 014 341 078 027 100 144 825 875 182 432 484 293 328 708 552 620 823 563 604 419 030 252 196 332 514 028 514 908 429 153 843 899 540 909 628 885 638 045 330

17 16 12 13 17 12 14 18 17 13 17 9 8 9 12 9 12 13 11 12 14 16 11 10 7 13 17 11 14 11 9 16 9 16 13 14 14 16 22 10 11 14 13 18 10 15 10 10 13 14 10 16 16 15 10 12

540 093 364 067 676 095 805 147 616 888 433 610 398 254 181 789 358 041 680 339 172 678 842 959 744 600 860 785 044 276 131 747 485 493 659 922 777 628 388 633 186 521 751 235 705 939 697 153 062 308 945 449 883 031 967 171

13.8 9.8 11.4 6.7 6.1 11.6 15.1 4.4 8.5 5.4 8.0 26.6 15.9 3.0 13.8 17.5 7.6 8.5 8.2 10.5 9.0 7.0 9.0 8.9 22.4 13.8 3.5 7.2 2.6 6.4 15.5 9.0 23.1 4.6 7.2 8.6 5.7 4.5 1.2 9.2 16.4 12.4 8.8 4.6 9.6 11.3 10.8 8.4 10.2 10.8 14.0 5.9 7.2 3.7 12.9 10.9

9.2 6.2 12.7 3.9 4.9 13.0 11.5 5.0 6.5 4.2 8.1 28.4 11.4 2.4 7.9 11.9 6.1 11.1 6.3 6.7 5.9 3.5 6.1 7.2 14.1 14.4 3.1 10.3 2.2 5.8 10.9 7.4 21.9 2.1 5.2 8.1 3.8 3.7 1.0 6.2 12.9 9.4 5.7 3.6 5.7 13.0 7.5 3.0 7.4 6.5 9.4 6.4 9.0 2.4 12.0 9.3

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 14.

Summary of Social Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990
Persons 5 years and over Percent who speak a language other than English at home Native persons PerPercent cent born in living in difState of ferent house residence in 1985 Percent living in different State or abroad in 1985 Persons 16 to 19 years Percent not enrolled in school and not high school graduate Persons 25 years and over

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

American Indian Area

All persons

Total

And do not speak English " very well"

Persons enrolled in elementary or high school Percent in private school

Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college

Percent high school graduate or higher

Percent with bachelor’s degree or higher

Persons under 18 years Percent living with two parents

Children ever born per 1,000 women 35 to 44 years

AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION AND TRUST LAND
All areas Catawba Reservation, SC (state) 111 111 98.2 98.2 21.6 21.6 – – 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 – – – – 6.3 6.3 46.9 46.9 – – 80.4 80.4 3 000 3 000

44

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 15.

Summary of Labor Force and Commuting Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990
Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor force Own children under 6 years in families and subfamilies Employed persons 16 years and over Workers 16 years and over

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

American Indian Area

Female

Total

Male

Total

With own children under 6 years

Living with two parents Percent with both parents in labor force

Living with one parent Percent with parent in labor force

Percent at work 35 or more hours in reference week Civilian labor force Percent unemployed

Total

Male

Female

Percent government workers (local, State, or Federal)

Percent in manufacturing industries

Percent in carpools

Percent using public transportation

Mean travel time to work (minutes)

AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION AND TRUST LAND
All areas Catawba Reservation, SC (state) 79.1 79.1 80.0 80.0 78.4 78.4 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 5.7 5.7 34.0 34.0 41.7 41.7 26.9 26.9 14.0 14.0 22.0 22.0 29.8 29.8 4.3 4.3 29.0 29.0

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 16.

Summary of Occupation, Income, and Poverty Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for American Indian and Alaska Native Areas: 1990
Median income in 1989 (dollars) Median income in 1989 of year-round full-time workers (dollars)

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

Percent of employed persons 16 years and over

Income in 1989 below poverty level

American Indian Area
Manageri- Technical, al and sales, and profesadminissional trative specialty support occupaoccupations tions Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Precision producOperation, tors, fabcraft, and ricators, repair oc- and laborcupations ers Per capita income in 1989 (dollars)

Percent of persons for whom poverty status is determined

Service occupations

Households

Families

Male

Female

All ages

Related children under 18 years

65 years and over

Percent of families

AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION AND TRUST LAND
All areas Catawba Reservation, SC (state) 10.0 10.0 12.0 12.0 20.0 20.0 – – 28.0 28.0 30.0 30.0 20 250 20 250 21 750 21 750 4 931 4 931 13 750 13 750 11 250 11 250 29.7 29.7 30.4 30.4 100.0 100.0 28.2 28.2

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SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 17.

Ancestry: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more 108 94 72 21 13 216 254 574 831 743 680 508 74 – 133 33 – – 100 – – – – 19 8 8 252 4 85 5 515 – 180 10 177 85 89 377 798 5 846 19 130 79 027 258 475 100 – 248 – – 140 – 515 – 71 41 – – 53 460 – 132 57 74 385 183 644 923 6 11 443 – 142 18 – – 4 40 80 811 385 40 90 820 736 65 – – 8 8 – – 28 21 – – 79 005 Place of 2,500 to 9,999 372 309 257 52 62 744 214 575 492 083 639 428 592 – 497 14 – 7 361 – 34 10 71 50 – 20 205 – 119 51 238 17 260 10 531 339 116 357 042 14 253 – 500 77 461 922 205 587 13 586 – 15 169 13 759 22 274 – 17 – 46 599 127 534 242 32 529 214 436 477 26 30 439 20 694 25 – 12 218 430 9 300 378 56 183 521 737 215 5 6 15 6 6 16 103 13 45 – 94 398 Place of 1,000 to 2,499 109 87 73 14 21 219 683 849 715 134 834 366 176 – 148 – – – 42 – 68 38 – 15 – 17 46 – 8 5 240 2 44 2 88 62 4 48 520 – 349 – 158 65 949 168 974 61 – 55 – 1 619 – 920 – 57 – – – 9 97 19 293 8 10 47 50 560 723 2 2 101 – 85 4 – – 6 72 3 288 92 – 19 018 299 66 – – – – – 8 23 6 29 – 6 388

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State All persons Ancestry specified Single ancestry Multiple ancestry Ancestry unclassified or not reported Total ancestries reported Acadian Albanian Arab Egyptian Iraqi Jordanian Lebanese Palestinian Syrian Arab/ Arabic Other Arab Armenian Assyrian Australian Austrian Basque Belgian Brazilian British Bulgarian Canadian Celtic Croatian Czech Czechoslovakian Danish Dutch Eastern European English Estonian European Finnish French (except Basque) French Canadian German Greek Guyanese Hungarian Icelander Iranian Irish Israeli Italian Latvian Lithuanian Luxemburger Macedonian Maltese Northern European Norwegian Pennsylvania German Polish Portuguese Romanian Russian Scandinavian Scotch-Irish Scottish Serbian Slavic Slovak Slovene Subsaharan African Cape Verdean Ethiopian Ghanian Nigerian African Other Subsaharan African Swedish Swiss Turkish Ukrainian United States or American Welsh West Indian (excluding Hispanic origin groups) Bahamian Barbadian Belizean British West Indian Dutch West Indian Haitian Jamaican Trinidadian/ Tobagonian West Indian Other West Indian Yugoslavian Other ancestries 3 486 703 2 899 048 2 288 213 610 835 587 655 6 973 406 5 086 52 5 775 279 11 118 3 732 140 637 608 250 455 55 379 3 174 48 1 250 298 15 548 117 3 462 199 4 585 3 190 1 087 5 307 55 860 340 436 169 194 4 958 1 849 87 527 9 923 500 404 8 119 73 6 111 127 570 485 849 198 56 501 252 2 673 108 28 87 406 9 170 797 29 762 2 252 936 6 481 3 874 159 534 77 111 262 382 6 926 290 5 692 78 117 103 1 582 3 390 422 18 534 5 546 828 2 266 363 795 17 190 3 022 147 75 58 50 220 300 1 135 189 752 96 769 1 086 071 Total 1 905 740 1 627 305 1 246 353 380 952 278 435 3 811 480 2 764 52 4 610 258 5 107 3 012 134 424 454 216 337 55 209 2 307 39 923 202 10 250 93 2 394 157 2 277 2 339 910 3 878 33 574 298 263 470 148 2 779 1 227 56 434 7 022 296 893 6 469 51 4 469 101 469 268 253 184 38 603 219 2 079 76 17 58 256 6 592 580 21 082 1 705 756 5 163 2 497 92 922 50 156 225 267 4 859 162 3 508 50 117 103 915 1 965 358 12 819 3 576 400 1 639 163 141 11 867 2 039 110 45 23 37 113 228 764 167 482 70 576 604 781

Inside urbanized area

Total 1 425 272 1 223 156 916 030 307 126 202 116 2 850 544 2 098 52 3 980 211 5 100 2 551 134 390 444 145 268 47 181 1 850 35 719 146 8 497 76 1 954 137 1 569 1 915 705 3 144 26 734 279 208 371 129 2 149 1 071 45 946 5 842 237 213 5 782 38 3 635 101 454 206 944 171 31 329 197 1 734 35 – 58 157 5 533 453 17 416 1 406 650 4 249 2 100 70 842 39 756 193 226 3 977 142 2 672 7 117 91 693 1 495 269 10 708 2 813 304 1 366 116 800 9 394 1 759 105 39 – 23 107 212 633 133 437 70 403 431 378

Central place 442 381 305 76 60 884 1 425 597 037 560 828 850 451 20 514 150 – 7 983 12 85 228 49 108 – 81 643 18 183 28 838 34 451 42 425 514 266 643 787 60 741 87 639 227 314 447 404 183 6 858 18 172 798 26 905 39 419 10 – 31 55 246 95 473 290 194 722 659 398 919 95 85 898 31 073 – 12 45 348 585 83 825 980 99 309 417 780 776 26 7 – 11 8 93 351 65 183 32 149 159

Urban fringe 982 841 610 230 141 1 965 1 2 847 559 993 566 288 694 647 32 466 61 5 93 568 122 305 216 96 160 47 100 207 17 536 118 659 42 503 95 144 401 439 501 947 219 630 42 510 844 632 395 809 599 32 777 83 282 146 145 424 158 315 25 – 27 102 287 358 943 116 456 527 441 444 837 98 141 079 111 599 7 105 46 345 910 186 883 833 205 057 383 614 983 79 32 – 12 99 119 282 68 254 38 254 219

Total 1 580 963 1 271 743 1 041 860 229 883 309 220 3 161 926 2 322 – 1 165 21 6 11 720 6 213 154 34 118 – 170 867 9 327 96 5 298 24 1 068 42 2 308 851 177 1 429 22 286 42 172 699 46 2 179 622 31 093 2 901 203 511 1 650 22 1 642 26 101 217 596 14 17 898 33 594 32 11 29 150 2 578 217 8 680 547 180 1 318 1 377 66 612 26 955 37 115 2 067 128 2 184 28 – – 667 1 425 64 5 715 1 970 428 627 200 654 5 323 983 37 30 35 13 107 72 371 22 270 26 193 481 290

Place of less than 1,000 50 41 34 6 9 100 415 132 704 428 283 830 38 – 30 2 – – 15 – 10 3 – 12 – – 47 – 7 7 125 – 26 3 65 25 7 37 568 4 476 2 30 21 125 87 273 30 – 53 – 8 850 – 536 2 18 – – – 4 34 1 211 40 9 58 35 171 977 – – 54 – 92 – – – 77 11 4 169 83 7 25 050 191 13 – – – – – – 1 – 12 – 14 810

Rural farm 48 39 34 5 9 97 565 188 078 110 377 130 82 – – – – – – – – – – – – – 17 9 – – 195 – 52 3 8 26 6 38 414 – 813 – 33 – 858 62 532 20 – 35 – – 746 – 296 – – – – – – – – 116 – – 9 30 557 894 – – 18 – 42 – – – 35 7 – 83 207 – 6 129 155 – – – – – – – – – – – – 807

1

1

2

5 1 1 1 2 20 150 1 33 4 179 3 2 158 23 1

1

5 57

1 14

5 40

1 12

5

4

12 1 57 2

3 18

7 41

1 11

1 6

5

48 7

15 2

46 4

14

5

5

1 4 1 22 12

4 12 1 2 1 48 26 3 1

1

2

5 2

16 7

4 1

2

2

1

2

7 1 1 89 6

1

27 2

9

36 1

14

6

6

172

259

34

139

35

16

15

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 18.

Nativity, Citizenship, Year of Entry, Area of Birth, and Language Spoken at Home: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Place of 1,000 to 2,499

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Total

Inside urbanized area

Total

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Place of less than 1,000

Rural farm

NATIVITY AND CITIZENSHIP
All persons Native Foreign born Naturalized citizen Not a citizen Entered 1980 to 1990 Naturalized citizen Entered 1965 to 1979 Naturalized citizen 3 486 703 3 436 739 49 964 25 411 24 553 18 139 2 978 16 826 10 093 49 7 3 3 3 6 5 4 4 6 4 964 496 482 751 410 665 454 707 010 254 735 1 905 740 1 867 392 38 348 19 333 19 015 14 393 2 330 13 035 7 883 38 5 2 2 2 5 4 3 2 4 3 348 900 913 888 692 289 124 622 868 511 541 1 425 272 1 393 023 32 249 16 210 16 039 12 157 2 032 11 316 6 913 32 5 2 2 2 4 3 3 2 3 2 249 030 376 520 231 560 576 180 464 653 659 442 432 9 4 5 4 425 468 957 356 601 424 520 2 882 1 578 9 957 2 238 717 812 657 1 157 952 773 584 1 028 1 039 9 957 3 396 833 132 64 3 152 1 990 1 660 583 522 161 429 237 572 367 69 30 547 320 982 960 22 11 10 7 1 8 5 22 2 1 1 1 3 2 2 1 2 1 847 555 292 854 438 733 512 434 335 292 792 659 708 574 403 624 407 880 625 620 108 105 2 1 1 1 254 788 466 129 337 120 75 581 396 372 368 3 1 1 1 214 581 633 994 639 116 223 1 138 574 3 633 358 258 242 258 535 318 285 244 607 528 3 633 1 232 165 45 – 1 001 406 920 412 285 71 124 22 105 50 8 8 198 53 1 580 963 1 569 347 11 616 6 078 5 538 3 746 648 3 791 2 210 11 616 1 596 569 863 718 1 376 1 330 1 085 1 142 1 743 1 194 11 616 5 118 1 127 71 5 2 379 924 2 758 1 182 786 232 354 114 244 140 77 40 615 214 109 683 109 005 678 279 399 269 10 203 92 678 109 19 76 65 56 89 58 64 100 42 678 288 33 – – 195 149 165 68 50 5 12 10 10 8 – – 8 1 50 415 50 044 371 207 164 129 30 83 45 371 87 20 18 4 22 44 17 44 56 59 371 122 23 – – 38 4 129 73 42 11 9 – 11 2 – – 62 27 48 565 48 359 206 112 94 52 4 78 56 206 25 15 12 – 30 6 42 13 41 22 206 123 12 – – 13 – 70 40 37 17 – – – – – – – –

YEAR OF ENTRY
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 2 466 512 279 126 203 194 230 157 160 251 354 2 466 790 155 – – 838 495 459 244 212 58 92 33 149 119 22 – 116 74

AREA OF BIRTH BY YEAR OF ENTRY
Foreign-born persons Europe Entered 1980 to 1990 Soviet Union Entered 1980 to 1990 Asia Entered 1980 to 1990 North America Entered 1980 to 1990 Canada Entered 1980 to 1990 South America Entered 1980 to 1990 Africa Entered 1980 to 1990 Oceania Entered 1980 to 1990 Area not reported Entered 1980 to 1990 49 964 18 635 4 111 322 69 15 556 7 411 9 131 3 538 3 218 861 2 033 849 1 869 1 051 335 133 2 083 977 38 348 13 517 2 984 251 64 13 177 6 487 6 373 2 356 2 432 629 1 679 735 1 625 911 258 93 1 468 763 32 249 11 495 2 664 206 64 11 338 5 586 4 994 1 700 1 935 500 1 463 680 1 371 742 228 85 1 154 636 22 292 8 099 1 831 74 – 8 186 3 596 3 334 1 117 1 413 339 1 034 443 799 375 159 55 607 316

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME
Persons 5 years and over Speak only English Spanish French Italian Portuguese German Yiddish Other West Germanic Scandinavian Polish Russian South Slavic Other Slavic Greek Indic Other Indo-European languages Chinese Japanese Mon-Khmer Korean Tagalog Vietnamese Arabic Hungarian Native North American languages Other languages 3 231 539 3 118 376 44 427 22 339 2 735 752 14 053 193 961 578 813 466 136 534 2 940 2 912 1 469 2 343 2 133 227 2 318 2 976 1 457 2 121 483 200 3 597 1 763 531 1 688 586 28 176 12 536 1 791 554 9 031 107 548 450 625 349 105 304 2 493 2 371 1 076 2 080 1 619 173 1 629 2 561 1 135 1 815 406 151 2 860 1 318 889 1 258 464 22 168 9 638 1 450 448 7 272 102 408 363 540 308 72 225 2 280 1 985 951 1 829 1 163 173 1 417 2 264 1 027 1 563 271 131 2 377 411 392 6 3 555 194 792 450 441 104 2 244 37 145 167 117 118 37 97 1 041 523 328 724 193 126 561 246 311 580 129 69 781 907 866 15 6 1 5 334 270 376 188 009 344 028 65 263 196 423 190 35 128 239 462 623 105 970 47 856 018 716 983 142 62 596 101 391 97 239 1 369 711 111 36 589 – 52 41 21 15 17 25 43 263 36 198 160 – 89 62 51 81 49 – 133 343 332 4 2 251 883 639 187 230 70 1 170 5 88 46 64 26 16 54 170 123 89 53 296 – 123 235 57 171 86 20 350 1 468 008 1 429 790 16 251 9 803 944 198 5 022 86 413 128 188 117 31 230 447 541 393 263 514 54 689 415 322 306 77 49 737 101 858 99 293 1 063 689 80 2 309 7 27 6 4 – 2 20 38 37 5 2 38 24 63 – 89 26 – 10 24 46 872 45 667 551 405 26 3 116 6 2 7 3 3 2 – 5 3 16 – 7 4 21 4 12 2 – – 7 45 749 44 425 599 460 14 – 170 – 17 – – – – 7 1 – 17 – 11 – – 11 11 – 6 – –

1 1 1

2

1

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME BY ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak English only Spanish Speak English " very well" Speak English " well" Speak English " not well" Speak English " not at all" Other Indo-European languages Speak English " very well" Speak English " well" Speak English " not well" Speak English " not at all" Asian and Pacific Island languages Speak English " very well" Speak English " well" Speak English " not well" Speak English " not at all" All other languages Speak English " very well" Speak English " well" Speak English " not well" Speak English " not at all" 3 231 539 3 118 376 44 427 28 542 9 090 6 275 520 50 881 36 335 9 467 4 804 275 13 749 7 562 4 165 1 877 145 4 106 2 967 892 208 39 1 763 531 1 688 586 28 176 18 219 5 738 3 965 254 32 340 23 772 5 839 2 524 205 11 013 5 968 3 420 1 512 113 3 416 2 445 760 190 21 1 318 889 1 258 464 22 168 14 445 4 392 3 174 157 26 042 19 182 4 689 1 977 194 9 369 4 961 3 010 1 291 107 2 846 2 026 647 152 21 411 392 6 4 1 8 6 1 555 194 792 424 405 920 43 849 468 553 739 89 589 325 839 390 35 131 780 312 32 7 907 866 15 10 2 2 17 12 3 1 6 3 2 1 1 334 270 376 021 987 254 114 193 714 136 238 105 780 636 171 901 72 715 246 335 120 14 101 391 97 239 1 369 916 308 121 24 1 960 1 435 364 155 6 648 388 146 114 – 175 123 28 24 – 343 332 4 2 1 251 883 639 858 038 670 73 4 338 3 155 786 392 5 996 619 264 107 6 395 296 85 14 – 1 468 008 1 429 790 16 251 10 323 3 352 2 310 266 18 541 12 563 3 628 2 280 70 2 736 1 594 745 365 32 690 522 132 18 18 101 858 99 293 1 063 639 227 194 3 1 226 793 286 138 9 225 125 54 46 – 51 41 10 – – 46 872 45 667 551 305 98 81 67 597 403 105 89 – 53 37 12 4 – 4 4 – – – 45 749 44 425 599 369 159 71 – 686 534 68 82 2 33 26 7 – – 6 – 6 – –

2 1

1

48

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 19.

Place of Birth of Foreign-Born Persons: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more 2 466 790 31 24 21 8 19 8 16 274 – 29 19 36 – – 26 6 27 – – 6 15 21 185 19 – 838 – – – 50 50 249 7 – – – 151 – 52 22 – – 46 56 – – 59 – 7 58 459 212 100 69 – – 8 – – – 15 21 78 8 16 – – – 54 – 92 7 5 19 14 35 – – – – – 149 – 42 – – – 4 93 22 – 14 116 Place of 2,500 to 9,999 3 633 1 232 10 19 11 15 – – 32 411 70 56 62 26 6 – 37 – 32 14 7 33 5 35 337 14 45 1 001 – – – 33 – 87 8 15 – 13 193 – 77 77 21 – 33 249 – – 13 69 33 64 920 285 282 233 15 6 30 24 – 8 107 31 120 26 – 7 – 17 18 52 124 – – 20 7 20 10 16 – – 10 105 – 10 – 6 17 24 16 8 – – 198 Place of 1,000 to 2,499 678 288 7 – 10 – – – 13 119 4 – 7 11 – – – – 2 – 8 – 8 – 97 2 – 195 – – 17 1 – 13 – – – – 18 – 47 – 2 – 2 – 6 13 1 6 8 61 165 50 68 21 – – – 7 – – 1 8 24 2 – – 5 – – 17 12 – – 7 – 3 – – – – – 10 – – – – – 2 – – – – 8

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Foreign-born persons Europe Austria Belgium Czechoslovakia Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Latvia Lithuania Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom Yugoslavia Soviet Union Asia Afghanistan Burma Cambodia China Hong Kong India Indonesia Iran Iraq Israel Japan Jordan Korea Laos Lebanon Malaysia Pakistan Philippines Saudi Arabia Syria Taiwan Thailand Turkey Vietnam North America Canada Mexico Caribbean Bahamas Barbados Cuba Dominican Republic Grenada Haiti Jamaica Trinidad and Tobago Central America Belize Costa Rica El Salvador Guatemala Honduras Nicaragua Panama South America Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Ecuador Guyana Peru Uruguay Venezuela Africa Cape Verde Egypt Ethiopia Ghana Morocco Nigeria South Africa Oceania Australia New Zealand Area not reported 49 964 18 635 349 185 318 151 39 58 784 6 224 1 038 340 460 838 47 38 462 126 607 95 164 291 239 368 5 130 116 322 15 556 35 7 199 843 330 2 307 77 391 48 272 1 665 108 1 866 456 407 61 223 3 429 72 146 542 571 160 1 041 9 131 3 218 2 147 2 243 118 86 532 181 14 132 526 413 1 410 113 84 123 148 215 175 552 2 033 101 39 260 116 906 139 94 85 42 117 1 869 – 204 101 77 113 310 238 335 181 97 2 083 Total 38 348 13 517 273 153 205 104 23 39 580 4 314 930 262 386 567 42 36 388 75 474 95 111 253 154 292 3 558 89 251 13 177 35 7 152 734 304 1 922 63 352 42 232 1 368 97 1 364 402 388 55 203 3 045 56 133 496 441 132 869 6 373 2 432 1 126 1 712 101 47 394 141 7 115 383 318 1 043 79 72 65 103 151 175 398 1 679 91 39 172 89 827 129 55 62 25 96 1 625 – 194 101 77 113 226 190 258 144 90 1 468

Inside urbanized area

Total 32 249 11 495 232 110 173 81 4 31 532 3 629 860 177 305 505 36 36 325 69 415 81 104 214 134 236 3 036 56 206 11 338 35 7 152 651 254 1 586 48 337 42 219 1 024 97 1 235 303 367 55 124 2 740 56 133 424 372 92 747 4 994 1 935 744 1 410 86 41 356 117 7 107 261 266 845 45 56 58 103 134 103 346 1 463 84 34 133 68 772 119 39 62 25 86 1 371 – 142 101 71 96 198 81 228 144 76 1 154

Central place 9 957 3 396 71 29 38 43 – 12 167 871 340 65 97 131 12 – 74 7 146 23 30 69 53 122 890 32 132 3 152 6 – 105 287 60 585 34 167 8 80 205 14 385 – 174 19 48 304 25 43 92 123 55 245 1 660 522 280 466 43 15 110 25 – 45 95 99 356 33 7 22 27 60 33 174 429 29 19 30 23 227 46 13 4 – 38 572 – 76 7 45 61 154 7 69 61 – 547

Urban fringe 22 292 8 099 161 81 135 38 4 19 365 2 758 520 112 208 374 24 36 251 62 269 58 74 145 81 114 2 146 24 74 8 186 29 7 47 364 194 1 001 14 170 34 139 819 83 850 303 193 36 76 2 436 31 90 332 249 37 502 3 334 1 413 464 944 43 26 246 92 7 62 166 167 489 12 49 36 76 74 70 172 1 034 55 15 103 45 545 73 26 58 25 48 799 – 66 94 26 35 44 74 159 83 76 607

Total 11 616 5 118 76 32 113 47 16 19 204 1 910 108 78 74 271 5 2 74 51 133 – 53 38 85 76 1 572 27 71 2 379 – – 47 109 26 385 14 39 6 40 297 11 502 54 19 6 20 384 16 13 46 130 28 172 2 758 786 1 021 531 17 39 138 40 7 17 143 95 367 34 12 58 45 64 – 154 354 10 – 88 27 79 10 39 23 17 21 244 – 10 – – – 84 48 77 37 7 615

Place of less than 1,000 371 122 3 – – 1 – – 12 43 3 1 2 9 – 2 2 – 3 – – – – – 41 – – 38 – – 4 – – 3 – 5 – – 3 – 10 – 4 – – 9 – – – – – – 129 42 70 11 – – 2 – – 4 – 5 6 2 – – – – – 4 9 – – – – 2 7 – – – – 11 – – – – – – 3 – – – 62

Rural farm 206 123 8 – – – – – – 32 – – – – – – – – – – – – 4 – 79 – – 13 – – – – – – – – – – 3 – – – – – – – – – – – – 4 70 37 23 – – – – – – – – – 10 – – – – – – 10 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 49 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

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Table 20.

Age, Sex, Ability to Speak English, and Disability: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Place of 1,000 to 2,499

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Total

Inside urbanized area

Total

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Place of less than 1,000

Rural farm

AGE AND SEX
All persons Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 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 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Female Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 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 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Median age for all persons Male Female 3 486 153 101 255 255 155 121 275 295 300 277 249 197 160 146 144 248 148 1 800 75 49 126 124 75 60 136 147 152 142 126 100 83 77 78 142 100 703 388 776 987 281 616 529 536 677 857 098 005 580 167 145 932 097 032 587 670 198 610 163 606 516 691 929 363 398 125 821 868 471 968 125 065 32.1 30.8 33.4 539 163 346 643 624 550 757 068 493 857 339 591 926 190 978 853 717 642 1 905 86 55 135 128 77 69 168 176 168 147 129 102 81 77 78 137 84 992 42 26 67 63 37 35 83 86 85 76 66 53 43 41 43 80 58 740 406 803 658 730 188 929 592 371 365 059 275 841 990 451 209 219 654 070 575 930 372 254 589 010 111 638 733 046 228 378 915 732 377 394 788 31.6 30.0 33.1 531 945 350 042 078 475 541 466 771 377 927 165 574 595 414 133 606 442 1 425 64 41 101 94 56 51 129 138 130 113 99 78 61 56 55 94 56 735 31 20 50 46 27 26 63 67 65 58 50 40 32 30 30 55 38 272 535 848 253 485 679 330 264 703 773 930 829 151 178 699 346 873 396 423 707 230 042 473 482 362 613 167 974 204 740 177 570 263 418 045 956 31.3 30.0 32.6 889 425 616 905 034 870 811 599 404 080 728 333 530 192 170 228 447 347 442 19 11 27 26 15 22 48 43 38 32 26 20 16 15 16 34 25 233 9 5 13 13 7 12 24 20 19 16 13 10 9 8 9 20 17 425 072 798 925 031 826 402 702 670 656 769 928 254 056 848 635 850 003 024 456 841 525 028 511 041 514 858 205 463 500 394 181 875 737 944 951 30.7 29.1 32.5 982 45 30 73 68 40 28 80 95 92 81 72 57 45 40 38 60 31 502 22 14 36 33 19 14 39 46 46 41 37 29 23 21 20 34 21 847 463 050 328 454 853 928 562 033 117 161 901 897 122 851 711 023 393 399 251 389 517 445 971 321 099 309 769 741 240 783 389 388 681 101 005 31.6 30.4 32.7 334 064 848 239 946 031 447 594 685 750 418 108 3 2 6 6 3 5 11 8 8 6 6 5 4 4 5 10 6 57 2 1 3 3 1 2 5 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 3 6 4 254 970 893 397 270 866 251 739 186 178 904 450 673 568 696 447 797 969 675 104 437 226 016 949 627 816 112 261 660 339 011 448 487 079 294 809 33.4 31.3 35.4 372 17 11 28 27 16 13 27 29 29 26 22 19 16 16 17 31 21 198 8 5 14 13 8 6 13 15 15 14 12 10 8 8 9 19 15 214 901 062 008 975 643 348 589 482 414 225 996 017 244 056 416 549 289 972 764 263 104 765 158 021 682 359 498 182 149 190 897 982 880 055 023 32.4 29.9 34.6 1 580 66 45 120 126 78 51 106 119 132 130 119 94 78 68 66 110 63 808 33 22 59 60 38 25 53 61 66 66 59 47 39 35 35 61 41 963 982 973 329 551 428 600 944 306 492 039 730 739 177 694 723 878 378 517 095 268 238 909 017 506 580 291 630 352 897 443 953 739 591 731 277 32.8 31.8 33.8 008 218 996 601 546 075 216 602 722 480 412 109 4 3 8 7 4 3 7 8 8 7 7 6 5 5 5 9 6 58 2 1 3 3 2 1 3 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 5 4 683 784 041 006 782 895 377 638 531 458 708 141 097 425 218 126 654 802 576 419 493 932 846 493 658 839 255 432 831 696 202 977 829 962 883 829 34.0 31.8 36.2 50 2 1 3 3 2 1 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 5 3 27 1 415 069 474 727 728 299 275 182 440 875 322 308 842 386 387 774 054 273 062 049 706 1 876 1 840 1 135 634 1 689 1 856 2 003 1 730 1 695 1 498 1 346 1 314 1 544 2 886 2 261 35.2 33.4 37.1 48 1 1 3 3 2 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 5 2 25 565 699 117 212 693 504 420 053 166 065 260 154 166 690 724 815 162 665 023 819 568 1 567 1 695 1 245 736 1 709 1 564 1 612 1 741 1 685 1 592 1 417 1 401 1 482 2 670 1 520 37.1 36.2 37.9

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak a language other than English 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Do not speak English " very well" 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over 3 231 113 23 80 5 3 37 8 26 1 1 5 3 115 10 1 6 1 763 74 13 55 4 2 24 4 17 1 1 318 60 10 44 3 1 19 3 14 1 411 19 2 14 1 555 361 768 666 088 839 6 364 1 005 4 719 330 310 907 41 7 30 1 1 13 2 9 101 391 4 152 606 3 036 314 196 1 290 127 1 009 87 67 265 95 590 505 119 312 43 31 343 10 2 7 251 368 128 101 730 409 3 440 740 2 358 210 132 1 468 38 9 25 1 1 13 3 8 101 858 2 565 602 1 724 118 121 967 252 630 27 58 116 99 133 206 23 148 8 27 46 872 1 205 303 763 91 48 456 111 325 9 11 74 46 331 140 40 88 2 10 45 749 1 324 356 819 108 41 395 113 229 46 7 39 45 749 100 54 46 – –

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN HOUSEHOLD
Linguistically isolated households Persons 5 years and over in households In linguistically isolated households 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over 4 1 676 7 1 5 3 1 249 6 1 4 1 094 365 227 2 015 351 1 351 128 185 2 239 884 303 4 177 819 2 877 319 162 567 331 454 898 125 593 116 64 1 426 1 439 352 2 595 564 1 720 111 200

DISABILITY STATUS OF CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
Males 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Females 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Males 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Females 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Males 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Females 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation 1 037 62 27 5 49 100 40 54 937 823 1 145 71 31 5 54 98 26 62 1 047 760 104 15 10 10 140 25 18 15 45 13 10 8 89 34 30 19 696 466 052 732 419 308 252 138 388 575 736 359 818 165 598 532 066 238 204 987 829 970 578 884 234 241 338 120 464 042 625 290 583 867 508 226 549 30 13 2 23 49 21 25 499 438 629 36 16 2 28 52 15 31 577 423 56 7 5 5 79 13 10 8 24 6 5 4 51 19 16 10 261 039 343 989 767 739 073 505 522 196 670 813 381 832 261 285 053 672 385 781 084 888 112 518 207 866 147 115 141 507 343 004 664 425 947 879 416 21 9 2 17 35 16 17 381 337 474 26 11 2 20 37 11 21 437 322 39 5 3 3 54 9 6 5 16 4 3 2 34 12 11 7 960 494 325 233 013 584 086 422 376 075 847 200 695 154 165 354 492 849 493 614 281 561 641 890 236 172 615 429 167 448 665 756 195 769 166 108 121 613 7 276 3 154 847 5 888 10 313 4 236 5 444 111 300 93 650 145 002 9 248 3 687 786 7 525 11 685 3 392 7 124 133 317 97 228 13 576 2 223 1 386 1 561 20 450 3 439 2 422 2 119 6 297 1 716 1 381 1 115 15 651 5 634 4 786 3 317 295 14 6 1 11 25 11 11 270 243 329 16 8 1 12 25 8 14 304 225 25 3 2 2 33 5 4 3 9 2 2 1 18 7 6 3 347 218 171 386 125 271 850 978 076 425 845 952 008 368 640 669 100 725 176 386 705 338 255 329 786 733 193 310 870 732 284 641 544 135 380 791 33 194 1 521 648 125 1 226 2 750 937 1 422 30 444 25 025 36 145 1 571 728 100 1 194 2 563 685 1 544 33 582 23 610 4 449 386 212 286 6 171 908 626 567 2 047 412 326 243 4 066 1 354 1 223 734 99 107 7 024 3 370 631 5 528 11 405 4 050 6 661 87 702 76 096 118 678 9 042 3 958 578 6 902 12 368 2 876 8 279 106 310 77 557 12 354 1 941 1 259 1 342 18 800 3 786 2 906 2 119 5 927 1 647 1 352 1 005 13 403 5 302 4 558 3 037 488 32 13 2 25 50 19 28 437 385 516 34 15 2 26 46 11 30 469 337 48 8 5 5 61 11 8 7 21 6 5 4 37 15 13 8 435 427 709 743 652 569 179 633 866 379 066 546 437 333 337 247 013 566 819 206 745 082 466 366 027 375 191 005 323 535 282 286 919 442 561 347 30 947 2 116 1 045 197 1 650 3 518 1 298 2 059 27 429 23 824 35 211 2 597 1 402 219 1 846 4 154 993 2 870 31 057 22 755 3 730 757 499 563 5 842 1 176 884 661 1 881 593 470 369 4 321 1 732 1 565 924 14 151 1 129 456 88 922 1 632 572 963 12 519 10 830 16 042 1 220 475 102 977 1 587 337 1 083 14 455 9 954 2 168 290 205 194 2 837 523 359 314 976 270 215 182 2 114 902 763 531 14 303 1 518 454 127 1 301 1 471 627 790 12 832 11 091 15 699 1 632 479 157 1 426 1 304 292 804 14 395 10 248 2 492 379 242 266 2 670 501 313 350 1 145 285 217 212 1 520 616 510 320

50

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 50 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 21.

Fertility and Household and Family Composition: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Place of 1,000 to 2,499

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Total

Inside urbanized area

Total

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Place of less than 1,000

Rural farm

FERTILITY
Women 15 to 24 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 25 to 34 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 35 to 44 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women No children 1 child 2 children 3 children 4 children 5 or more children Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women 272 813 94 935 348 62 905 56 801 903 300 292 423 558 1 410 232 587 369 774 1 590 268 523 549 420 2 046 37 847 49 788 95 975 53 123 19 678 12 112 244 467 524 521 2 146 155 710 54 294 349 34 685 30 295 873 172 371 227 442 1 319 128 744 195 031 1 515 142 274 278 432 1 957 23 102 27 302 49 284 27 432 9 575 5 579 127 522 263 837 2 069 117 457 37 798 322 26 640 21 859 821 133 141 167 988 1 262 100 344 146 814 1 463 108 944 208 220 1 911 18 142 21 209 38 241 20 906 6 737 3 709 98 260 199 125 2 027 44 066 13 093 297 6 564 5 250 800 40 063 47 889 1 195 26 102 37 019 1 418 29 963 54 944 1 834 6 440 5 777 9 050 5 564 1 953 1 179 25 113 50 265 2 002 73 391 24 705 337 20 076 16 609 827 93 078 120 099 1 290 74 242 109 795 1 479 78 981 153 276 1 941 11 702 15 432 29 191 15 342 4 784 2 530 73 147 148 860 2 035 10 392 2 848 274 1 435 1 310 913 8 373 11 223 1 340 5 800 8 971 1 547 6 999 13 392 1 913 1 224 1 532 2 212 1 248 467 316 6 246 12 566 2 012 27 861 13 648 490 6 610 7 126 1 078 30 857 48 231 1 563 22 600 39 246 1 737 26 331 56 820 2 158 3 736 4 561 8 831 5 278 2 371 1 554 23 016 52 146 2 266 117 103 40 641 347 28 220 26 506 939 127 921 196 116 1 533 103 843 174 743 1 683 126 249 270 988 2 146 14 745 22 486 46 691 25 691 10 103 6 533 116 945 260 684 2 229 7 990 3 409 427 1 916 1 879 981 8 687 13 591 1 565 6 686 11 585 1 733 7 527 16 298 2 165 862 1 353 2 677 1 566 676 393 6 709 15 249 2 273 3 458 1 386 401 748 737 985 3 859 6 079 1 575 2 792 4 937 1 768 3 425 7 422 2 167 433 633 1 156 691 315 197 3 046 6 957 2 284 3 690 1 176 319 650 624 960 3 176 4 824 1 519 2 253 4 056 1 800 3 426 7 908 2 308 407 559 1 090 785 330 255 3 097 7 456 2 407

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
All persons In households Family householder Male Female Nonfamily householder Male Female Spouse Child Other relatives Nonrelatives In group quarters Persons per household Persons per family 3 486 703 3 370 963 935 575 703 931 231 644 323 208 135 731 187 477 722 261 1 097 387 199 480 93 052 115 740 2.68 3.16 1 905 740 1 818 700 499 607 362 027 137 580 208 927 86 329 122 598 373 494 571 912 101 263 63 497 87 040 2.57 3.09 1 425 272 1 355 843 371 776 274 008 97 768 156 274 66 971 89 303 282 944 425 654 69 636 49 559 69 429 2.57 3.09 442 396 102 66 35 60 24 36 69 117 26 18 46 425 060 600 886 714 836 126 710 622 927 543 532 365 2.42 3.09 982 959 269 207 62 95 42 52 213 307 43 31 23 847 783 176 122 054 438 845 593 322 727 093 027 064 2.63 3.10 108 102 28 20 7 14 5 8 21 28 5 5 5 254 453 006 353 653 236 902 334 106 271 549 285 801 2.43 2.96 372 360 99 67 32 38 13 24 69 117 26 8 11 214 404 825 666 159 417 456 961 444 987 078 653 810 2.61 3.14 1 580 963 1 552 263 435 968 341 904 94 064 114 281 49 402 64 879 348 767 525 475 98 217 29 555 28 700 2.82 3.23 109 106 30 21 8 11 3 7 21 34 7 2 2 683 958 020 316 704 222 855 367 687 420 363 246 725 2.59 3.11 50 49 13 9 3 4 1 3 10 16 3 415 874 748 824 924 917 757 160 239 182 879 909 541 2.67 3.20 48 48 14 11 2 2 1 1 11 15 3 565 565 001 184 817 923 259 664 347 611 966 717 – 2.87 3.21

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
Families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Married-couple families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Female householder, no husband present With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Subfamilies With own children under 18 years Married-couple subfamilies With own children under 18 years Mother-child subfamilies Persons under 18 years Percent living with two parents 935 454 199 725 344 157 171 94 35 49 46 6 2 35 922 575 898 384 429 292 970 778 241 320 685 021 227 563 819 048 66.3 499 241 112 375 173 84 104 59 24 24 22 3 1 17 483 607 614 078 284 107 708 152 793 006 703 965 000 262 970 785 63.3 776 664 886 377 438 204 640 744 241 855 576 165 886 12 163 358 800 65.9 371 182 85 284 134 67 72 41 16 16 15 2 102 47 22 69 30 15 28 15 6 6 6 600 560 811 868 327 520 180 555 592 409 080 609 280 4 917 100 652 53.5 269 135 63 214 104 51 44 26 9 10 9 1 176 104 075 509 111 684 460 189 649 446 496 556 606 7 246 258 148 70.7 28 11 5 21 7 3 5 3 1 1 1 006 688 177 084 958 469 777 313 523 291 215 120 44 898 23 396 60.4 825 262 015 823 711 035 735 736 242 557 174 715 332 4 909 101 589 54.9 99 47 21 69 30 14 25 14 6 6 6 435 213 87 350 171 73 67 34 11 24 23 3 1 17 438 968 284 306 145 185 262 626 448 314 982 056 227 301 849 263 69.7 020 769 688 862 485 187 968 796 335 877 688 293 104 1 276 28 508 58.8 30 13 5 21 9 4 6 3 1 1 1 13 5 2 10 4 1 2 1 748 953 563 121 215 899 968 454 533 948 905 111 68 661 13 297 59.4 001 483 071 397 387 646 022 909 346 1 012 932 143 63 692 12 225 64.4 14 5 2 11 4 1 2

UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS
Total Male and female Both male Both female 32 890 31 823 467 600 20 852 20 173 362 317 16 022 15 470 322 230 5 310 5 088 151 71 10 712 10 382 171 159 1 254 1 212 7 35 3 576 3 491 33 52 12 038 11 650 105 283 974 934 7 33 365 361 – 4 241 221 – 20

SELECTED LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Households With one or more subfamilies With related members 15 years and over other than spouse, children, parents, or parents-in-law of householder With roomer, boarder, or foster child 15 years and over 1 258 783 46 987 69 446 8 044 708 534 23 322 36 838 5 466 528 050 16 102 26 068 4 440 163 436 6 045 9 735 1 594 364 614 10 057 16 333 2 846 42 242 1 166 2 040 277 138 242 6 054 8 730 749 550 249 23 665 32 608 2 578 41 242 1 798 2 453 282 18 665 910 1 284 53 16 924 970 1 334 55

LABOR FORCE STATUS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
Married-couple families Husband employed or in Armed Forces Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Wife not in labor force Husband unemployed Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Wife not in labor force Husband not in labor force Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Wife not in labor force Female householder, no husband present Employed or in Armed Forces Unemployed Not in labor force 725 566 386 16 163 11 7 1 3 147 37 1 108 171 100 10 61 429 558 836 502 220 298 267 020 011 573 036 608 929 778 041 037 700 375 294 199 7 87 5 3 1 74 17 56 104 62 6 34 284 848 847 951 050 648 637 483 528 788 841 784 163 152 653 564 935 284 228 153 5 68 3 2 1 52 12 39 72 46 4 22 377 070 893 834 343 972 552 341 079 335 755 543 037 640 064 131 445 69 53 35 1 15 1 868 281 870 499 912 008 622 81 305 579 638 185 756 180 417 989 774 214 174 118 4 52 2 1 36 9 27 44 29 2 12 509 789 023 335 431 964 930 260 774 756 117 358 281 460 647 142 671 21 084 14 731 10 200 450 4 081 284 194 25 65 6 069 1 081 56 4 932 5 777 3 109 445 2 223 69 52 35 1 14 1 823 047 754 667 626 392 891 117 384 384 005 185 194 735 480 988 267 350 271 186 8 76 5 3 1 72 19 52 67 37 3 26 145 710 989 551 170 650 630 537 483 785 195 824 766 626 388 473 765 21 862 16 003 10 950 610 4 443 406 261 35 110 5 453 1 452 41 3 960 6 968 3 712 412 2 844 10 121 7 156 4 786 193 2 177 175 99 21 55 2 790 658 20 2 112 2 968 1 429 176 1 363 11 397 8 762 5 751 177 2 834 104 76 9 19 2 531 657 38 1 836 2 022 892 132 998

15 3 11 28 16 1 9

16 4 12 25 13 1 10

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 51 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

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Table 22.

School Enrollment and Educational Attainment: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Place of 1,000 to 2,499

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Total

Inside urbanized area

Total

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Place of less than 1,000

Rural farm

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school Preprimary school Public school Elementary or high school Public school College Public college Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Percent enrolled in school: 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college Male Female 913 55 33 642 600 214 173 913 33 477 143 75 79 53 50 010 140 476 937 069 933 994 010 796 467 089 862 417 175 204 501 32 17 327 302 141 110 501 19 246 70 44 54 35 29 611 241 886 617 797 753 821 611 941 641 652 163 457 863 894 377 24 12 241 220 110 85 377 15 182 51 33 41 29 22 047 783 754 267 598 997 221 047 167 709 909 457 793 119 893 126 7 4 67 60 51 39 126 4 50 14 15 22 11 7 228 406 309 475 551 347 118 228 809 283 337 965 452 139 243 250 17 8 173 160 59 46 250 10 132 37 17 19 17 15 819 377 445 792 047 650 103 819 358 426 572 492 341 980 650 30 965 1 596 818 16 139 14 738 13 230 11 262 30 965 1 121 11 782 3 602 4 208 6 719 1 941 1 592 38.7 93.0 93.2 80.1 57.2 11.9 3.1 16 990 58.6 60.0 57.1 93 5 4 70 67 17 14 93 3 52 15 6 5 4 5 599 862 314 211 461 526 338 599 653 150 141 498 945 803 409 411 22 15 315 297 73 63 411 13 230 72 31 24 17 20 399 899 590 320 272 180 173 399 855 826 437 699 960 312 310 25 882 1 294 954 20 083 18 956 4 505 3 566 25 882 789 14 619 4 424 1 991 1 639 1 097 1 323 25.9 92.6 90.4 59.0 21.5 6.5 2.5 11 015 22.6 21.2 24.0 11 972 770 591 9 362 8 605 1 840 1 600 11 972 436 7 004 2 120 744 630 419 619 29.6 94.0 92.2 58.4 19.8 5.7 2.4 4 457 21.3 17.8 24.6 12 113 488 437 9 426 8 819 2 199 1 874 12 113 283 6 324 2 334 1 015 771 511 875 25.3 91.6 93.2 71.5 25.3 8.2 3.4 4 473 27.5 23.5 30.8

33.2 93.4 92.0 62.4 28.8 8.9 3.2 397 065 30.7 27.8 33.7

35.7 93.3 91.5 63.2 32.3 10.4 3.6 238 521 34.0 31.0 37.2

36.2 93.3 91.6 65.2 32.3 10.8 3.7 180 594 34.6 30.7 38.6

40.8 93.2 90.6 71.3 46.1 13.5 3.8 71 104 48.6 44.8 52.2

34.5 93.4 92.0 60.5 24.0 9.6 3.7 109 490 25.5 22.0 29.2

33.0 93.2 91.0 48.7 21.5 8.2 3.2 40 937 21.5 20.8 22.3

30.1 93.5 92.4 61.4 23.3 6.9 2.8 158 544 25.6 22.8 28.5

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 to 19 years 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 226 170 58 11 100 55 29 16 2 4 26 11 4 10 257 364 139 314 007 893 463 431 462 296 430 001 129 859 121 90 33 6 50 31 17 7 1 2 13 5 2 5 849 792 170 187 601 057 082 857 247 018 975 544 323 696 89 67 25 4 36 21 11 5 1 9 4 1 4 358 675 996 315 848 683 738 883 808 400 945 040 560 009 33 25 8 1 14 7 4 1 025 392 759 656 580 633 506 469 214 479 3 127 967 591 1 369 56 42 17 2 22 14 7 4 333 283 237 659 268 050 232 414 594 921 6 818 3 073 969 2 640 7 849 6 587 2 165 485 3 937 1 262 501 328 60 113 761 330 176 255 24 16 5 1 9 8 4 1 642 530 009 387 816 112 843 646 379 505 3 269 1 174 587 1 432 104 79 24 5 49 24 12 8 1 2 12 5 1 5 408 572 969 127 406 836 381 574 215 278 455 457 806 163 6 620 4 834 1 465 308 3 059 1 786 744 454 103 179 1 042 391 168 483 2 840 2 164 548 111 1 502 676 312 206 40 59 364 156 52 154 3 020 2 486 734 137 1 608 534 329 215 45 40 205 70 28 103

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 18 to 24 years High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Master’s degree Professional school degree Doctorate degree Females 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Master’s degree Professional school degree Doctorate degree Persons 25 years and over Percent: Less than 5th grade High school graduate or higher Male Female Some college or higher Bachelor’s degree or higher Male Female Males 25 to 34 years Percent: High school graduate or higher Bachelor’s degree or higher Females 25 to 34 years Percent: High school graduate or higher Bachelor’s degree or higher 397 136 138 25 2 167 80 214 392 639 342 82 54 243 81 24 11 1 152 38 115 217 358 175 45 30 117 43 7 2 2 167 065 695 677 343 590 574 593 093 358 965 579 595 161 311 788 573 133 733 393 163 540 727 259 421 457 435 447 558 590 238 77 91 19 1 183 36 94 187 319 212 46 34 168 56 18 8 636 19 53 107 182 109 25 18 81 29 5 2 1 183 521 216 843 814 434 942 491 329 401 891 309 391 279 423 164 814 229 767 706 642 188 545 841 891 470 818 317 044 434 180 57 70 16 885 23 61 131 236 169 35 28 133 44 14 6 469 12 34 74 133 86 19 15 63 23 4 1 885 594 233 857 633 878 758 299 699 013 359 990 042 684 524 553 957 514 524 578 645 194 427 936 346 534 351 264 715 878 104 692 320 055 669 765 596 583 085 213 361 611 420 413 791 831 108 421 725 606 140 928 251 364 762 362 716 833 270 669 3.6 72.7 74.8 70.9 50.1 25.7 29.0 22.9 42 263 84.6 28.0 40 063 85.2 29.4 71 18 34 7 270 9 21 42 61 49 9 7 44 15 6 2 147 5 12 24 35 25 5 4 22 8 1 109 38 36 9 615 13 39 89 174 120 26 20 89 29 7 4 322 7 21 50 98 60 14 10 40 14 2 490 541 537 578 209 993 703 116 928 146 629 431 264 111 762 126 406 103 853 039 054 499 685 982 772 989 548 882 615 209 2.3 76.8 78.2 75.5 48.4 21.2 24.3 18.4 94 072 85.3 23.2 93 078 87.1 24.7 990 771 995 505 868 285 346 116 322 884 533 644 393 049 219 077 500 300 619 000 977 860 545 022 631 041 357 148 67 868 3.4 72.4 74.2 70.9 48.3 26.1 31.5 21.8 7 991 81.1 27.3 8 373 81.6 24.4 16 3 8 1 67 2 6 10 16 10 2 1 11 4 1 1 37 1 3 6 9 5 1 1 5 2 40 16 11 1 229 10 26 45 67 32 7 4 23 7 2 129 5 15 26 39 17 4 2 12 4 937 212 991 676 688 899 846 514 066 648 786 705 202 850 392 780 215 943 509 997 017 258 360 523 305 426 696 181 688 158 59 46 5 984 43 120 204 319 130 36 20 74 24 6 2 515 18 61 109 176 66 19 11 35 13 2 544 479 834 529 156 632 102 764 957 074 270 204 882 888 624 759 904 966 687 521 352 182 418 530 987 617 130 514 984 156 4.4 62.6 61.9 63.1 30.0 11.1 12.2 10.1 123 877 73.2 10.5 127 921 79.7 12.1 11 015 3 868 2 824 444 70 160 3 711 10 602 15 954 21 764 8 084 2 266 1 167 4 323 1 666 424 199 38 896 1 877 6 183 8 957 12 308 4 205 1 263 676 2 329 910 139 49 70 160 5.3 56.9 57.6 56.3 25.8 9.4 10.2 8.8 8 302 68.0 9.1 8 687 75.1 10.5 4 457 1 794 1 176 150 32 661 1 690 3 836 6 859 10 079 4 163 999 597 3 094 941 300 103 18 133 785 2 114 3 824 5 833 2 272 591 371 1 687 502 110 44 32 661 5.2 62.1 61.0 62.9 31.2 13.6 14.4 12.9 3 456 71.8 11.4 3 859 77.7 12.7 4 473 1 642 1 392 225 31 867 1 513 3 657 6 964 10 581 3 654 1 033 510 2 880 801 159 115 16 684 645 1 702 3 589 5 900 1 950 632 333 1 428 431 59 15 31 867 4.7 61.9 59.2 64.4 28.7 12.4 13.3 11.6 3 055 72.5 11.9 3 176 77.4 10.4

229

3.7 68.3 68.9 67.8 38.8 16.6 18.7 14.8 296 242 79.1 17.8 300 292 82.6 19.0

3.1 73.1 74.8 71.5 46.1 21.3 24.3 18.6 172 365 83.3 23.1 172 371 84.8 24.1

2.7 75.5 77.2 74.1 48.9 22.5 25.7 19.8 136 335 85.1 24.7 133 141 86.5 26.1

4.7 63.8 65.4 62.5 34.6 14.9 16.5 13.6 28 039 75.1 14.1 30 857 78.5 15.3

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 52 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 23.

Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Veteran Status: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Place of 1,000 to 2,499

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Total

Inside urbanized area

Total

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Place of less than 1,000

Rural farm

PLACE OF BIRTH AND NATIVITY
All persons Native Born in State of residence Born in a different State Northeast Midwest South West Born abroad Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area U.S. Virgin Islands American Samoa Guam Northern Marianas Born abroad of American parents Foreign born 3 3 2 1 486 436 385 023 212 164 589 57 27 2 1 703 739 744 146 076 090 953 027 849 731 372 353 51 700 29 23 746 49 964 1 905 740 1 867 392 1 172 109 675 463 145 802 117 215 370 855 41 591 19 820 2 066 941 235 27 533 16 16 813 38 348 1 763 865 873 439 434 149 284 54 43 157 28 531 780 234 026 208 647 561 757 062 983 759 621 757 23 139 … … … 915 830 691 138 106 20 7 2 2 105 121 394 727 244 436 162 778 107 1.10 13 559 10 759 22 79 32 141 2 526 2 060 3 721 37 838 8 954 18 852 706 641 541 99 78 13 4 1 1 1 425 272 1 393 023 838 471 537 306 111 964 94 789 295 974 34 579 17 246 1 893 812 202 27 450 16 14 541 32 249 1 318 626 671 329 342 117 224 41 34 125 23 889 384 353 299 054 205 849 293 519 547 490 526 702 19 924 … … … 295 045 298 747 747 801 394 645 160 1.09 11 526 9 665 22 79 20 16 1 724 1 792 2 930 26 640 6 346 16 016 208 176 146 29 23 4 1 442 432 285 142 31 23 77 9 4 425 468 128 693 490 989 800 414 647 358 194 66 – 112 – 4 095 9 957 555 038 634 656 978 952 026 681 103 645 597 64 285 8 534 … … … 755 348 672 676 098 110 373 487 608 1.10 6 967 5 817 14 7 7 – 1 122 575 1 805 17 803 2 166 3 091 497 464 394 70 55 9 3 1 982 960 553 394 80 70 218 25 12 1 847 555 343 613 474 800 174 165 599 535 618 136 27 338 16 10 446 22 292 334 346 719 643 076 253 823 612 416 902 893 462 417 11 390 … … … 540 697 626 071 649 691 021 158 552 1.09 4 559 3 848 8 72 13 16 602 1 217 1 125 8 837 4 180 12 925 47 43 35 8 5 1 108 105 66 38 11 7 18 1 254 788 134 988 609 721 036 622 666 42 10 10 – – – 614 2 466 391 758 488 748 740 326 414 782 967 989 676 48 23 1 074 … … … 860 698 684 014 997 241 464 179 133 1.11 423 28 – – – 109 286 80 341 1 946 468 904 160 145 114 30 21 5 2 372 368 267 99 22 14 56 5 1 214 581 504 169 229 705 845 390 908 131 119 23 – 83 – 1 658 3 633 251 638 393 979 414 116 298 682 576 447 593 47 32 2 141 … … … 950 378 412 966 500 394 304 954 814 1.14 1 610 1 066 – – 12 16 516 188 450 9 252 2 140 1 932 721 681 543 138 98 23 9 4 3 1 580 963 1 569 347 1 213 635 347 683 66 274 46 875 219 098 15 436 8 029 665 431 118 24 167 13 6 933 11 616 1 468 932 529 317 212 98 113 22 14 68 8 008 358 622 018 604 717 887 535 421 476 455 214 200 5 614 … … … 251 788 306 482 159 087 473 633 130 1.13 4 533 4 068 19 61 18 42 325 866 877 12 700 7 974 12 513 46 43 33 9 6 1 109 109 87 21 3 2 15 683 005 003 500 457 123 083 837 502 37 87 36 – 25 5 378 678 50 50 40 9 2 1 5 415 044 269 573 288 351 584 350 202 12 5 2 – 3 – 185 371 48 48 42 5 1 565 359 315 893 219 456 4 039 179 151 27 – – – – – 124 206 749 676 935 134 801 687 114 311 54 690 59 – – 138 … … … 22 19 15 4 2 496 556 159 397 791 950 349 219 88 1.15 197 197 – – – – – 9 42 636 252 1 804

RESIDENCE IN 1985
Persons 5 years and over Same house Different house in the United States Same county Different county Same State Different State Northeast Midwest South West Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Elsewhere 3 231 539 1 798 138 1 402 856 756 044 646 812 248 364 398 448 77 292 57 483 226 459 37 214 835 957 28 753 1 636 356 1 569 250 67 106 1 636 356 1 511 909 1 234 700 277 209 204 403 43 523 16 635 7 411 5 237 1.11 18 092 14 827 41 140 50 183 2 851 2 926 4 598 50 538 16 928 31 365 1 604 991 260 278 307 332 281 144 574 476 434 874 328 305 20.5 55.8 538 184 468 801 411 187 215 113 101 35 66 12 10 35 7 907 439 455 215 240 81 158 28 24 89 15 101 47 52 24 27 11 16 4 2 7 343 191 149 84 64 21 43 8 5 24 4 101 64 36 24 12 5 6 1 858 723 824 081 743 996 747 122 627 4 506 492 – 32 279 … … … 374 296 920 376 494 720 541 325 296 1.14 295 245 – – 2 – 48 23 94 1 487 621 558 20 19 14 4 3 46 31 15 9 6 3 3 872 486 191 000 191 012 179 791 411 1 788 189 – 2 193 … … … 995 506 677 829 109 906 368 259 187 1.17 142 122 3 2 – 4 11 14 18 632 283 400 45 35 9 7 2 1 1

PLACE OF WORK
Workers 16 years and over Worked in area of residence Worked outside area of residence

MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION AND CARPOOLING
Workers 16 years and over Car, truck, or van Drove alone Carpooled 2-person carpool 3-person carpool 4-person carpool 5- or 6-person carpool 7-or-more-person carpool Persons per car, truck, or van Public transportation Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car Subway or elevated Railroad Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home

TRAVEL TIME TO WORK AND DEPARTURE TIME
Workers who did not work at home Minutes to work: Less than 10 minutes 10 to 14 minutes 15 to 19 minutes 20 to 29 minutes 30 to 44 minutes 45 or more minutes Mean travel time to work (minutes) Workers traveling 45 or more minutes Departure time: 6:00 to 6:59 a.m. 7:00 to 7:59 a.m. 8:00 to 8:59 a.m. All other times 896 253 172 173 179 181 133 56 298 426 429 582 038 480 18.4 55.8 347 012 518 376 690 279 112 130 146 151 108 40 858 062 769 973 031 586 18.8 55.6 357 586 090 246 205 664 48 47 43 33 22 9 989 934 187 587 227 740 16.3 57.5 597 874 458 735 484 615 63 82 103 118 85 30 869 128 582 386 804 846 19.9 55.0 760 712 632 511 46 956 14 11 8 5 3 2 441 973 012 850 981 699 15.2 56.5 688 391 670 207 159 018 44 31 24 23 21 13 999 391 648 759 026 195 17.7 56.1 302 035 758 923 708 738 88 105 128 151 148 87 276 050 005 292 290 825 23.0 55.9 191 172 950 425 45 816 10 7 6 8 8 5 406 294 867 003 148 098 20.5 55.5 274 723 789 030 20 595 4 2 2 3 4 2 092 419 787 861 497 939 23.2 56.6 909 012 741 933 20 692 2 2 3 4 4 2 981 915 423 067 458 848 23.5 57.2 618 179 644 251

338 547 256 462

169 300 163 263

129 233 129 198

31 63 42 67

97 169 86 130

6 14 10 15

33 52 23 49

169 247 92 199

10 15 5 14

4 7 2 5

5 7 2 5

VETERAN STATUS
Male civilian veterans Percent of civilian males 16 years and over Female civilian veterans Percent of civilian females 16 years and over 364 206 30.0 17 485 1.3 381 57 34 30 113 15 37 44 8 101 691 445 570 104 019 401 604 820 863 334 401 2 804 209 191 32.5 11 798 1.5 220 36 23 20 63 10 20 24 5 57 989 828 081 294 821 347 167 483 842 756 220 1 525 160 615 33.1 9 404 1.6 170 30 19 16 51 8 15 18 4 40 019 151 011 922 279 446 712 326 443 406 86 1 170 43 207 29.3 2 380 1.3 45 8 5 4 11 1 3 4 1 13 587 132 258 640 958 626 862 948 251 428 29 353 117 408 34.8 7 024 1.8 124 22 13 12 39 6 11 13 3 26 432 019 753 282 321 820 850 378 192 978 57 817 11 817 29.5 504 1.1 12 321 1 201 762 630 2 673 372 986 1 698 412 4 831 36 112 36 759 30.9 1 890 1.2 38 5 3 2 9 1 3 4 649 476 308 742 869 529 469 459 987 12 519 98 243 155 015 27.2 5 687 .9 160 20 11 9 49 5 17 20 3 43 702 617 489 810 198 054 437 337 021 578 181 1 279 10 690 28.0 410 .9 11 100 1 378 817 665 2 806 333 1 190 1 478 165 3 669 9 72 4 979 28.6 196 .9 5 175 537 304 270 1 209 174 478 608 136 1 986 4 43 4 757 26.5 155 .8 4 912 384 165 136 981 135 432 714 67 2 149 – 50

PERIOD OF SERVICE
Civilian veterans 16 years and over May 1975 or later service only September 1980 or later service only Served 2 or more years Vietnam era, no Korean conflict Vietnam era and Korean conflict February 1955 to July 1964 only Korean conflict, no World War II Korean conflict and World War II World War II, no Korean conflict World War I Other service

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 53 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

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Table 24.

Labor Force Characteristics: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Place of 1,000 to 2,499

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Total

Inside urbanized area

Total

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Place of less than 1,000

Rural farm

LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 years and over In labor force Percent of persons 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Females 16 years and over In labor force Percent of females 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Males 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Males 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 2 669 383 1 762 523 66.0 64 425 1 698 098 1 603 425 1 274 020 94 673 5.6 906 860 41 416 1 400 424 816 145 58.3 8 541 807 604 754 322 546 002 53 282 6.6 584 279 16 330 114 657 43 667 8 823 56 308 138 845 89 702 7 546 24 606 726 880 606 064 21 763 66 103 134 638 83 907 2 355 48 298 61 359 15 529 45 830 38 244 92 580 11 144 81 436 73 744 111 600 41 904 9 082 58 854 136 691 86 966 10 049 36 754 753 504 539 283 30 540 179 835 156 439 66 729 2 500 87 197 79 927 12 392 67 535 61 024 162 263 8 159 154 104 147 197 1 400 216 144 255 199 living with two 205 005 127 742 77 043 living with one 90 943 60 839 36 646 living with two 406 594 286 634 187 759 living with one 172 358 133 920 94 014 99 292 77 439 54 006 68 805 55 095 39 098 25 503 20 027 13 044 43 302 35 068 26 054 5 053 3 695 2 473 25 434 18 649 12 435 73 066 56 481 40 008 6 786 5 350 3 500 2 954 2 162 1 498 2 415 1 821 1 153 195 875 136 556 87 219 149 436 103 045 65 719 33 503 23 034 13 910 115 933 80 011 51 809 9 588 6 744 4 265 36 851 26 767 17 235 210 719 150 078 100 540 11 203 8 198 5 515 5 310 3 839 2 650 5 713 4 161 3 109 54 484 36 591 21 634 36 893 25 446 15 317 15 067 9 995 5 425 21 826 15 451 9 892 3 188 2 321 1 295 14 403 8 824 5 022 36 459 24 248 15 012 3 422 2 172 1 255 1 647 1 007 597 1 134 740 442 110 448 66 894 39 517 86 997 51 910 30 879 20 307 12 522 6 881 66 690 39 388 23 998 4 551 2 898 1 562 18 900 12 086 7 076 94 557 60 848 37 526 5 547 3 720 2 352 2 594 1 577 1 034 2 165 1 370 800 424 672 048 570 316 1 473 875 984 788 66.8 58 420 926 368 874 313 685 365 52 055 5.6 489 087 25 428 779 751 459 125 58.9 7 713 451 412 422 168 301 454 29 244 6.5 320 626 11 497 61 438 22 710 4 832 28 330 85 481 50 044 4 366 15 212 393 963 318 999 11 796 33 968 70 551 45 222 1 300 23 953 32 710 9 148 23 562 19 579 49 981 6 545 43 436 39 238 60 411 23 861 4 925 29 985 83 111 52 897 5 835 21 709 411 938 295 786 16 394 96 368 85 109 37 783 1 353 45 960 45 059 7 540 37 519 33 795 94 123 5 038 89 085 85 208 779 120 78 129 101 751 230 832 573 458 1 104 500 755 028 68.4 48 265 706 763 670 700 527 383 36 063 5.1 349 472 20 549 578 090 349 154 60.4 6 385 342 769 322 456 230 332 20 313 5.9 228 936 8 427 44 395 17 285 3 244 20 558 65 651 38 836 3 009 11 017 307 732 248 013 8 333 25 666 51 364 33 620 821 16 866 23 056 6 457 16 599 13 682 34 212 4 382 29 830 27 021 44 963 18 634 3 439 21 699 63 613 41 298 4 224 15 895 314 832 227 269 11 291 73 281 60 681 27 063 888 32 723 31 239 5 362 25 877 23 307 62 762 3 301 59 461 56 815 578 90 59 96 75 090 974 352 457 347 352 396 226 400 64.2 19 931 206 469 193 175 143 884 13 294 6.4 125 996 9 876 188 745 108 283 57.4 3 802 104 481 96 878 65 225 7 603 7.3 80 462 3 840 15 902 5 063 1 198 7 740 24 188 12 715 1 290 5 705 88 732 65 627 2 857 10 504 13 871 8 928 208 4 729 7 846 2 230 5 616 4 724 13 112 1 872 11 240 10 162 17 123 6 132 1 263 8 688 24 514 14 682 1 607 6 911 89 601 63 852 4 207 20 101 18 612 8 575 302 9 728 11 139 2 181 8 958 8 046 27 756 1 680 26 076 24 813 188 25 16 25 19 745 101 621 408 923 752 104 528 628 70.3 28 334 500 294 477 525 383 499 22 769 4.6 223 476 10 673 389 345 240 871 61.9 2 583 238 288 225 578 165 107 12 710 5.3 148 474 4 587 28 493 12 222 2 046 12 818 41 463 26 121 1 719 5 312 219 000 182 386 5 476 15 162 37 493 24 692 613 12 137 15 210 4 227 10 983 8 958 21 100 2 510 18 590 16 859 27 840 12 502 2 176 13 011 39 099 26 616 2 617 8 984 225 231 163 417 7 084 53 180 42 069 18 488 586 22 995 20 100 3 181 16 919 15 261 35 006 1 621 33 385 32 002 389 65 42 71 55 345 873 731 049 424 87 456 52 367 59.9 100 52 267 48 858 36 447 3 409 6.5 35 089 1 284 47 338 25 241 53.3 – 25 241 23 367 15 764 1 874 7.4 22 097 956 3 827 1 443 428 1 956 5 923 3 404 307 2 179 19 128 16 683 686 1 692 4 577 2 930 81 1 566 2 470 578 1 892 1 549 4 193 486 3 707 3 290 4 022 1 380 293 2 349 5 816 3 472 409 1 935 20 831 15 178 990 4 663 5 566 2 452 121 2 993 3 363 557 2 806 2 481 7 740 389 7 351 7 067 47 5 3 6 5 338 768 997 539 107 281 919 177 393 62.9 10 055 167 338 154 755 121 535 12 583 7.5 104 526 3 595 154 323 84 730 54.9 1 328 83 402 76 345 55 358 7 057 8.5 69 593 2 114 13 216 3 982 1 160 5 816 13 907 7 804 1 050 2 016 67 103 54 303 2 777 6 610 14 610 8 672 398 5 521 7 184 2 113 5 071 4 348 11 576 1 677 9 899 8 927 11 426 3 847 1 193 5 937 13 682 8 127 1 202 3 879 76 275 53 339 4 113 18 424 18 862 8 268 344 10 244 10 457 1 621 8 836 8 007 23 621 1 348 22 273 21 326 154 23 15 26 21 323 488 483 577 004 1 195 508 777 735 65.1 6 005 771 730 729 112 588 655 42 618 5.5 417 773 15 988 620 673 357 020 57.5 828 356 192 332 154 244 548 24 038 6.7 263 653 4 833 53 219 20 957 3 991 27 978 53 364 39 658 3 180 9 394 332 917 287 065 9 967 32 135 64 087 38 685 1 055 24 345 28 649 6 381 22 268 18 665 42 599 4 599 38 000 34 506 51 189 18 043 4 157 28 869 53 580 34 069 4 214 15 045 341 566 243 497 14 146 83 467 71 330 28 946 1 147 41 237 34 868 4 852 30 016 27 229 68 140 3 121 65 019 61 989 620 96 65 125 97 673 442 216 997 858 84 418 50 804 60.2 272 50 532 47 106 37 579 3 426 6.8 33 614 2 214 46 035 24 552 53.3 14 24 538 22 486 16 438 2 052 8.4 21 483 647 3 320 1 240 242 1 828 3 799 2 722 261 754 20 967 17 132 784 2 867 4 553 2 683 58 1 810 2 081 500 1 581 1 335 3 663 372 3 291 3 070 3 300 1 070 337 1 893 3 839 2 321 366 1 152 22 393 15 926 1 193 5 260 5 791 2 410 125 3 256 3 010 427 2 583 2 372 7 702 363 7 339 7 047 46 6 4 8 6 035 261 231 137 522 38 683 22 797 58.9 85 22 712 21 309 16 907 1 403 6.2 15 886 310 21 226 10 732 50.6 12 10 720 9 928 7 231 792 7.4 10 494 221 1 436 494 100 830 1 493 1 164 113 202 9 045 7 819 332 847 2 303 1 328 52 923 1 234 314 920 777 1 946 276 1 670 1 521 1 404 416 103 885 1 689 990 150 541 10 128 7 033 452 2 639 2 858 1 082 65 1 711 1 640 278 1 362 1 240 3 507 151 3 356 3 198 21 2 1 3 2 226 916 895 453 667 37 940 24 148 63.6 111 24 037 22 748 17 979 1 289 5.4 13 792 – 19 899 10 953 55.0 10 10 943 10 194 7 510 749 6.8 8 946 – 1 514 575 78 821 1 344 940 114 290 8 890 7 743 327 759 2 656 1 927 14 715 1 484 720 764 488 2 153 656 1 497 950 1 506 444 132 930 1 709 1 114 147 448 9 611 6 951 382 2 268 2 883 1 321 49 1 513 1 382 190 1 192 991 2 808 213 2 595 2 195 19 2 1 3 2 899 346 587 603 848

PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
Females 16 years and over own children under 6 years labor force own children 6 to 17 years only labor force Own children under 6 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children under 6 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours With In With In

54

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 54 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 25.

Occupation of Employed Persons: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more 48 858 13 174 5 795 220 1 317 7 379 1 061 571 288 988 3 275 1 602 14 176 544 1 219 6 427 1 566 1 877 2 984 1 224 5 986 93 1 562 717 199 6 718 295 575 172 5 848 2 792 1 261 566 87 434 5 290 1 413 2 112 1 765 8 934 4 028 1 352 914 815 404 2 236 338 868 23 367 6 337 2 448 110 637 3 889 188 57 43 859 2 070 1 386 8 929 452 432 3 313 627 725 1 961 1 055 4 732 56 1 529 663 99 4 021 273 116 21 3 632 1 640 604 38 – 38 643 122 63 458 3 399 2 133 698 101 101 13 454 16 122 Place of 2,500 to 9,999 154 755 32 673 14 984 808 3 471 17 689 1 888 1 273 740 2 334 8 841 7 043 40 287 1 456 2 438 17 619 4 951 3 335 9 333 4 148 18 774 671 4 883 2 182 667 21 361 1 139 2 599 898 17 623 6 267 5 129 2 539 450 1 666 19 129 6 298 6 881 5 931 38 766 18 406 6 533 4 341 4 169 1 551 7 935 1 554 3 123 76 345 16 895 6 145 375 1 814 10 750 250 125 95 1 967 6 819 5 714 26 591 1 242 868 9 691 1 867 969 6 855 3 495 14 790 483 4 815 1 947 269 13 902 1 092 339 47 12 471 4 484 2 621 370 59 289 2 175 294 328 1 553 16 412 10 173 3 708 730 713 60 1 741 116 734 729 123 58 2 14 65 10 6 2 10 29 22 185 7 14 70 18 14 36 17 93 3 22 11 4 83 3 10 3 68 24 20 24 7 13 119 39 44 35 192 86 31 26 25 9 39 8 14 332 64 24 1 8 39 1 9 22 18 122 6 4 37 6 4 25 14 74 2 22 10 2 54 3 1 49 18 10 3 1 2 11 1 1 8 75 46 15 3 3 9 3 Place of 1,000 to 2,499 47 106 7 435 3 272 202 855 4 163 403 273 112 705 2 132 1 578 11 330 401 806 4 252 1 206 853 2 193 1 161 5 871 268 1 408 661 260 6 044 216 762 234 5 066 1 701 1 545 909 212 557 6 967 2 402 2 271 2 271 14 421 7 311 2 237 1 461 1 425 612 2 800 567 1 018 22 486 3 965 1 373 79 503 2 592 62 22 16 601 1 616 1 267 7 578 361 277 2 371 484 269 1 618 1 031 4 569 164 1 391 619 153 4 015 210 126 2 3 679 1 346 757 182 42 126 730 129 74 525 6 016 3 937 1 194 175 172 18 692 19 247

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Employed persons 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers Employed females 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers 1 603 353 163 7 42 190 30 19 8 29 78 55 456 18 36 182 46 44 91 39 219 7 53 26 10 200 8 26 8 165 65 45 33 8 20 221 71 85 63 337 143 54 49 47 16 73 15 27 754 179 68 3 23 110 4 1 1 26 59 46 295 15 11 94 17 13 63 33 173 5 53 24 4 127 8 4 114 44 22 4 1 3 21 2 2 15 126 75 26 6 6 1 16 6 425 660 295 418 788 365 375 980 622 960 211 679 249 350 056 118 026 645 447 302 725 793 817 449 165 890 648 343 932 899 264 122 595 686 720 207 234 717 713 824 124 825 656 591 688 531 845 886 322 006 197 283 519 809 604 766 490 070 417 938 653 542 774 504 071 824 609 592 833 278 179 135 649 588 357 844 767 387 458 078 963 351 459 062 970 966 067 050 282 676 916 830 171 005 823 302 874 229 104 4 27 125 20 13 6 19 49 33 270 11 21 111 27 29 54 22 126 4 30 14 5 117 5 15 5 97 40 24 9 1 7 101 31 41 28 144 57 23 23 22 6 34 6 13 422 114 43 2 14 71 3 1 1 16 36 28 172 9 7 57 10 9 37 18 98 2 30 13 2 72 4 2 65 26 12 1 1 9 1 1 6 50 28 10 3 3 6 2 Total 313 984 897 744 911 087 261 359 294 496 115 197 604 275 607 672 296 778 598 124 050 218 923 871 953 785 083 455 257 247 848 456 281 197 009 770 953 018 639 889 013 381 308 105 841 346 971 242 168 925 848 137 988 077 146 192 126 889 739 160 756 482 168 144 151 249 744 650 962 686 468 382 504 896 863 895 489 138 221 000 336 195 104 918 537 651 696 337 838 956 178 122 465 900 417 671 670 184 84 3 23 100 17 11 5 16 36 24 216 9 17 87 20 24 42 16 101 3 24 11 5 89 3 12 4 73 31 18 6 4 77 24 32 20 97 34 15 18 17 4 24 5 9 322 91 35 1 12 56 2 1 14 27 21 137 7 5 44 7 7 28 14 79 2 24 10 2 54 3 2 49 20 8

Inside urbanized area

Total 700 137 118 716 123 019 312 515 266 174 999 552 141 275 950 626 779 566 281 752 290 454 478 972 087 706 649 281 187 776 789 066 176 660 909 351 242 025 943 189 579 496 053 121 886 175 079 251 456 693 255 652 537 438 708 010 988 063 850 060 236 788 868 140 657 555 928 100 440 147 124 772 136 973 498 440 421 035 097 775 928 136 777 100 121 260 685 526 532 550 347 308 392 705 285 815

Central place 193 175 55 497 22 968 958 6 098 32 529 3 796 2 343 2 278 4 405 12 400 7 417 58 789 2 804 4 543 25 390 5 577 7 581 12 232 4 994 26 052 883 5 695 2 950 1 442 32 989 1 811 2 837 892 28 341 12 210 7 822 1 962 223 1 594 16 310 4 497 7 192 4 584 27 628 10 196 4 004 4 729 4 516 1 283 7 416 1 540 2 827 96 878 27 974 9 858 409 3 240 18 116 682 307 350 3 803 9 025 6 433 36 670 2 271 1 568 12 811 2 126 2 189 8 496 4 214 20 020 571 5 562 2 607 742 20 886 1 773 708 125 18 405 7 371 4 254 240 15 217 1 681 207 315 1 159 9 427 5 408 1 861 588 557 103 1 467 91 561

Urban fringe 477 128 61 2 17 67 13 9 2 11 24 17 157 6 13 62 15 16 30 11 75 2 18 9 3 56 1 9 3 45 19 10 4 3 61 19 24 16 69 24 11 13 12 3 16 3 6 225 63 25 1 9 38 2 10 18 14 100 5 4 31 5 5 20 9 59 1 18 8 1 34 1 1 30 12 4 525 640 150 758 025 490 516 172 988 769 599 135 352 471 407 236 202 985 049 758 238 571 783 022 645 717 838 444 295 435 579 244 214 437 315 041 745 833 359 561 383 492 324 605 603 759 539 424 578 719 397 243 297 322 026 703 638 260 825 627 566 517 300 329 531 366 432 886 420 576 562 165 394 087 725 732 296 630 726 521 688 121 560 419 914 945 526 099 124 689 759 751 289 238 194 254

Total 112 676 398 674 877 278 114 621 328 464 096 482 645 075 449 446 730 867 849 178 675 575 894 578 212 105 565 888 675 652 416 666 314 489 711 437 281 699 074 935 111 444 348 486 847 185 874 644 154 081 349 146 531 732 458 574 364 181 678 778 897 060 606 360 920 575 865 942 871 592 711 753 145 692 494 949 278 249 237 078 627 156 355 144 433 315 371 713 444 720 738 708 706 105 406 631

Place of less than 1,000 21 309 3 885 1 826 116 437 2 059 198 109 72 302 985 770 5 122 182 310 2 004 615 366 1 023 491 2 626 99 642 313 178 2 557 183 339 121 2 035 694 675 749 226 413 3 076 943 1 214 896 5 920 2 737 961 699 674 289 1 234 288 422 9 928 2 011 726 45 205 1 285 47 19 17 259 758 611 3 317 159 93 1 019 207 99 713 414 2 046 58 642 279 95 1 665 178 46 10 1 441 518 329 81 20 56 377 34 24 317 2 477 1 579 501 101 97 9 287 20 101

Rural farm 22 748 3 228 1 581 98 425 1 647 214 102 64 206 878 742 4 561 194 295 1 664 421 269 974 425 2 408 118 535 379 147 2 314 54 240 99 2 020 668 519 4 214 2 923 1 099 2 781 840 1 025 907 5 650 2 605 816 783 760 269 1 177 232 340 10 194 1 785 637 20 234 1 148 37 7 – 184 784 686 3 226 172 106 1 030 184 97 749 362 1 918 80 535 350 93 1 660 54 48 18 1 558 486 293 785 517 243 393 34 30 329 2 345 1 526 452 155 155 9 203 6 75

7 1 1 4 30 16 6 2 2 4 1

5 3 21 11 4 1 1 3 1

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 55 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

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Table 26.

Industry of Employed Persons: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more 48 858 533 53 42 3 175 11 350 7 296 784 4 607 688 649 4 054 422 202 291 1 271 529 351 2 108 69 437 484 423 695 1 281 9 696 885 1 422 908 3 105 3 102 737 2 365 16 451 1 227 382 322 2 147 1 030 11 343 1 506 1 503 5 398 163 1 1 1 23 316 457 067 367 89 7 11 413 552 326 383 208 386 176 226 111 25 91 329 226 99 526 19 62 127 157 161 433 118 550 694 161 843 676 546 130 098 593 52 300 226 349 578 247 186 322 134 925 764 444 Place of 2,500 to 9,999 154 755 2 448 188 166 10 059 45 814 28 431 1 526 19 117 1 398 2 324 17 383 2 041 979 1 546 4 401 2 412 1 725 8 128 401 2 000 1 590 1 118 3 019 4 570 26 983 3 304 4 563 2 956 7 311 6 456 1 744 4 712 43 478 2 795 1 597 1 361 5 176 1 695 30 854 4 951 4 970 13 468 346 4 2 6 76 529 590 465 345 600 51 19 072 711 426 601 509 550 646 285 380 151 539 406 729 23 1 1 64 232 141 7 90 6 13 91 13 5 8 21 13 10 45 1 12 9 6 15 25 108 11 22 14 26 28 8 19 171 13 11 4 17 6 118 20 19 49 1 17 9 25 332 4 5 95 65 3 49 2 3 29 2 2 6 Place of 1,000 to 2,499 47 106 847 84 112 3 307 17 108 11 728 454 8 792 338 605 5 380 664 265 483 1 331 792 568 2 499 52 783 553 310 801 1 503 7 106 709 1 474 847 1 884 1 529 504 1 025 11 243 862 773 247 1 158 318 7 885 1 274 1 358 3 516 99 1 161 477 1 768 22 486 216 2 16 200 7 408 5 572 221 4 487 164 189 1 836 167 45 84 379 459 191 637 22 88 206 129 192 501 163 523 812 184 439 988 409 579 544 384 62 239 856 93 910 080 196 483 96 772 283 811

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Employed persons 16 years and over Agriculture Forestry and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Chemicals and allied products Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Primary metal industries Fabricated metal industries, including ordnance Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation, communications, and other public utilities Air transportation Trucking service and warehousing Other transportation Communications Utilities and sanitary services Wholesale trade Retail trade General merchandise stores Food, bakery, and dairy stores Automotive dealers and gasoline stations Eating and drinking places Finance, insurance, and real estate Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Services Business services Repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Elementary and secondary schools and colleges Other educational services Social services, religious and membership organizations Legal, engineering, and other professional services Public administration Employed females 16 years and over Agriculture Forestry and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Chemicals and allied products Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Primary metal industries Fabricated metal industries, including ordnance Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation, communications, and other public utilities Air transportation Trucking service and warehousing Other transportation Communications Utilities and sanitary services Wholesale trade Retail trade General merchandise stores Food, bakery, and dairy stores Automotive dealers and gasoline stations Eating and drinking places Finance, insurance, and real estate Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Services Business services Repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Elementary and secondary schools and colleges Other educational services Social services, religious and membership organizations Legal, engineering, and other professional services Public administration 1 603 32 3 2 127 411 244 13 143 15 28 167 19 9 15 37 23 25 97 4 25 21 17 29 58 265 29 46 30 74 81 23 58 451 37 22 10 44 17 319 62 47 125 4 43 35 71 754 6 13 161 109 5 76 7 7 52 3 1 4 10 11 6 26 1 3 7 7 6 16 146 21 22 7 47 50 18 31 300 18 2 9 30 7 232 49 38 91 3 425 099 041 353 294 561 489 601 235 675 140 072 201 898 998 510 664 885 399 433 441 462 040 023 455 919 779 480 234 332 912 497 415 958 804 688 062 157 517 730 367 855 996 181 738 593 434 322 992 653 329 845 161 144 888 880 166 941 017 317 653 188 728 697 660 167 342 794 166 738 127 863 276 690 838 090 814 375 582 793 456 704 958 468 084 070 172 377 760 960 241 Total 874 313 8 663 1 099 821 62 508 179 116 103 140 6 596 52 373 9 487 14 648 75 976 5 928 4 235 7 151 15 966 10 15 51 3 12 12 10 13 33 157 18 24 16 48 53 14 39 280 24 11 5 27 11 201 41 28 76 2 26 25 45 422 2 7 65 43 2 26 4 4 22 1 1 4 578 825 538 024 666 320 116 412 226 587 061 122 067 072 639 509 130 561 612 017 854 024 018 036 370 234 271 717 573 871 555 168 117 314 107 993 906 173 635 972 327 096 733 231 774 866 299

Inside urbanized area

Total 670 700 5 682 858 613 49 274 121 952 67 413 4 286 28 649 7 401 11 675 54 539 3 465 3 054 5 314 10 294 7 13 41 2 10 10 8 9 27 120 13 18 12 37 44 12 32 220 20 9 4 19 8 158 34 21 57 2 20 21 38 322 1 6 41 26 1 14 3 3 15 1 2 637 749 302 554 229 246 575 698 375 908 872 137 203 656 081 028 053 632 590 038 171 701 293 839 913 761 405 208 728 824 023 456 428 256 77 508 643 421 651 255 391 274 222 740 598 236 564

Central place 193 175 1 852 232 142 11 517 29 695 17 285 1 533 7 530 2 474 2 037 12 410 959 643 1 300 2 281 1 841 2 381 10 020 623 2 296 2 561 2 302 2 238 7 003 36 527 3 614 4 669 2 993 13 610 12 637 3 166 9 471 74 141 6 179 1 796 2 051 7 025 2 812 54 278 10 738 7 108 20 762 943 6 7 9 96 859 868 409 878 379 80 12 512 188 595 719 746 186 761 593 192 104 343 586

Urban fringe 477 525 3 830 626 471 37 757 92 257 50 128 2 753 21 119 4 927 9 638 42 129 2 506 2 411 4 014 8 013 5 11 31 1 7 7 6 7 20 84 10 13 9 24 31 8 22 146 14 7 2 12 5 104 24 14 36 1 13 13 28 225 1 4 30 18 10 2 2 11 796 368 282 931 933 685 273 460 372 381 258 468 210 046 444 862 582 491 411 242 120 676 481 561 175 653 643 265 869 956 614 578 049 176 65 996 455 826 932 509 205 513 629 548 494 893 978

Total 112 436 942 532 786 445 349 005 862 188 492 096 273 663 847 544 086 060 861 409 775 142 924 611 229 332 718 358 167 260 273 988 285 397 192 671 208 133 499 694 997 621 725 464 165 722 879 154 875 339 222 852 255 971 253 908 839 845 284 086 879 322 429

Place of less than 1,000 21 309 765 62 57 1 781 6 555 4 130 233 2 955 120 296 2 425 478 128 245 420 309 307 1 286 15 300 394 135 442 757 3 101 266 639 426 780 815 276 539 5 258 362 279 202 652 190 3 573 515 592 1 550 52 592 272 872 928 127 3 8 142 950 143 107 753 56 66 807 69 16 68 143 184 99 357 6 41 172 48 90 236 678 193 323 75 539 460 196 264 590 159 42 193 436 83 677 439 517 168 45 349 159 377

Rural farm 22 748 4 329 114 10 1 628 6 331 3 861 220 2 646 78 282 2 470 573 138 163 487 291 220 1 105 36 289 278 174 328 616 2 602 315 599 261 619 736 219 517 4 521 272 156 84 451 194 3 364 613 549 1 638 64 371 129 756 194 895 33 – 164 811 005 118 578 32 69 806 95 11 15 141 220 71 312 10 17 116 97 72 186 576 245 323 74 449 481 185 296 495 167 3 80 338 89 818 524 481 354 48 321 90 241

9

10

1 11 7 3 1 3

4 3 2 1

1 19 13 10 6

2 2 1

2 2 1

1

1

4 918 3 633 14 728 900 2 008 3 920 4 917 2 983 9 154 86 691 13 194 11 705 3 707 29 554 31 670 11 025 20 645 183 658 11 946 1 709 5 474 17 537 4 616 142 376 32 213 21 991 54 737 2 117 19 064 12 254 19 830

3 394 2 895 12 156 736 1 639 3 281 4 269 2 231 7 548 66 166 10 174 8 646 2 831 22 879 26 212 9 169 17 043 143 821 10 004 1 527 3 883 12 791 3 629 111 987 27 006 16 880 41 333 1 680 14 908 10 180 16 641

861 531 3 009 237 264 852 1 181 475 1 778 20 005 2 490 2 273 696 8 007 6 523 2 105 4 418 47 710 3 151 302 1 952 4 594 1 257 36 454 8 286 5 077 14 119 676 4 892 3 404 4 682

2 533 2 364 9 147 499 1 375 2 429 3 088 1 756 5 770 46 161 7 684 6 373 2 135 14 872 19 689 7 064 12 625 96 111 6 853 1 225 1 931 8 197 2 372 75 533 18 720 11 803 27 214 1 004 10 016 6 776 11 959

5

1 1 1 10

1 7 1 1 3

1 298 639 2 046 145 307 512 491 591 1 173 15 407 2 470 2 365 715 4 832 3 782 1 310 2 472 29 739 1 349 130 1 291 3 520 638 22 811 3 960 3 925 10 082 303 3 231 1 310 2 745

6 779 3 027 11 439 442 1 786 3 246 2 821 3 144 7 709 59 585 8 496 11 133 3 383 18 260 18 705 7 557 11 148 116 798 6 758 1 249 3 994 12 547 2 454 89 796 17 164 16 769 37 223 1 124 12 182 5 334 11 375

4

1

1

1

7

3

3

5 1 1 2

2 1

2 1

31 246 17 588 31 205

56

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 56 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 27.

Class of Worker, Work Status in 1989, and Last Occupation of Experienced Unemployed: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Place of 1,000 to 2,499

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Total

Inside urbanized area

Total

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Place of less than 1,000

Rural farm

CLASS OF WORKER
Employed persons 16 years and over Private for profit wage and salary workers Employees of own corporation Private not-for-profit wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers In agriculture Unpaid family workers Employed females 16 years and over Private for profit wage and salary workers Employees of own corporation Private not-for-profit wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers 1 603 425 1 172 971 38 136 65 979 79 532 130 088 56 679 91 848 8 826 6 328 754 322 527 862 9 447 41 600 46 888 83 739 21 799 28 723 3 711 874 622 21 41 44 78 38 46 1 2 422 286 5 26 26 50 14 15 1 313 082 959 210 935 147 216 986 982 737 168 818 490 260 806 466 217 819 782 670 472 16 32 33 61 33 35 1 2 322 215 4 21 19 39 12 11 1 700 192 635 822 199 442 563 439 337 043 456 960 044 044 937 925 312 945 333 193 133 5 11 9 20 6 10 175 960 511 785 922 055 646 233 470 574 878 965 275 284 145 072 752 267 393 477 338 11 21 23 41 26 25 1 225 151 2 13 13 26 9 8 525 232 124 037 277 387 917 206 867 469 578 995 769 760 792 853 560 678 940 48 36 1 2 1 4 2 858 526 652 288 949 480 524 916 106 175 367 945 437 429 161 496 199 052 85 154 113 3 6 9 12 4 8 755 364 672 100 787 225 129 631 539 519 345 913 009 787 708 045 706 822 364 729 550 16 24 34 51 18 44 6 3 332 241 3 15 20 33 7 12 1 112 889 177 769 597 941 463 862 844 591 154 044 957 340 082 273 582 904 929 47 106 35 784 760 1 637 2 516 3 427 1 112 2 471 201 159 22 486 16 505 189 926 1 405 2 172 535 858 85 21 309 15 418 557 853 1 139 1 662 671 1 455 194 111 9 928 6 986 175 466 607 1 062 294 449 64 22 748 14 348 854 727 1 229 1 700 654 3 466 2 508 624 10 194 6 427 194 440 822 1 157 263 781 304

96 63 1 7 6 13 2 3

23 16 1 1 2 1

76 53 1 3 5 8 1 2

WORK STATUS IN 1989
Persons 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Usually worked 15 to 34 hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Usually worked 1 to 14 hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Females 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Usually worked 15 to 34 hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Usually worked 1 to 14 hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 1 894 485 1 205 395 77 846 147 888 146 997 157 479 158 880 1 533 151 1 265 077 1 092 252 96 695 290 279 137 785 94 062 41 211 71 055 28 267 19 081 9 091 890 690 499 886 37 070 82 656 91 806 89 293 89 979 656 571 510 663 425 373 57 610 189 483 91 827 63 256 28 105 44 636 17 122 11 257 6 091 1 062 666 44 86 83 90 91 848 698 600 53 173 82 55 24 41 15 10 5 503 277 21 48 52 51 52 364 282 233 31 112 55 37 16 26 9 6 3 744 168 649 041 988 234 664 071 155 158 951 074 829 502 531 599 874 508 506 602 341 114 945 309 787 106 182 760 928 828 985 048 182 704 435 592 231 777 816 518 34 65 62 67 67 651 541 467 39 133 64 43 18 30 11 7 4 384 212 16 37 39 39 38 276 216 179 23 87 43 29 12 20 7 4 3 075 210 294 512 706 901 452 354 551 160 603 834 730 446 909 887 735 604 194 060 977 069 597 094 565 758 101 230 313 124 779 176 103 941 180 237 561 029 249 144 11 21 21 24 25 191 151 127 12 46 22 14 6 12 4 2 1 120 61 5 12 13 14 14 83 62 50 7 29 14 9 4 8 2 1 1 803 598 708 982 242 782 491 368 265 399 852 408 524 297 649 027 499 902 741 870 330 691 530 069 073 177 218 028 064 285 382 597 368 483 270 926 898 301 566 373 22 43 41 43 41 459 390 339 26 87 42 29 12 18 7 4 2 263 151 10 25 26 25 24 192 154 129 15 58 28 19 8 11 4 2 1 272 612 586 530 464 119 961 986 286 761 751 426 206 149 260 860 236 702 453 190 647 378 067 025 492 581 883 202 249 839 397 579 735 458 910 311 663 728 59 33 2 4 5 5 7 44 34 29 3 11 5 3 1 2 1 236 885 491 960 103 619 178 816 654 572 298 553 569 576 491 867 113 737 314 720 209 210 564 964 899 874 737 753 359 839 306 595 391 923 677 635 459 202 187 114 7 15 16 16 17 151 121 103 11 27 12 8 4 7 3 2 90 49 3 8 10 9 9 68 51 42 6 17 8 5 2 4 1 1 433 073 864 569 179 714 034 901 950 426 050 687 530 480 131 845 026 167 998 822 155 835 784 251 323 474 344 777 256 865 900 277 688 840 578 720 211 546 831 539 33 61 63 67 67 685 566 492 42 117 54 38 16 29 12 8 3 387 222 15 33 39 37 37 292 227 191 25 76 36 26 11 18 7 5 2 741 227 197 847 009 245 216 080 922 094 744 205 956 560 680 456 393 573 585 088 545 956 711 497 506 873 389 903 445 782 498 779 074 401 201 530 026 314 54 34 2 4 4 4 4 44 36 31 3 7 3 2 1 1 614 587 353 338 444 423 469 873 801 491 067 754 694 546 099 987 783 550 278 460 247 205 298 803 474 433 220 818 204 887 019 465 704 744 221 467 339 172 24 15 1 1 2 1 2 19 15 13 1 3 1 1 1 210 148 004 899 094 972 093 649 846 616 456 529 765 247 510 032 440 285 128 629 442 499 037 316 115 220 722 592 469 885 320 162 835 352 587 224 138 79 26 15 1 2 1 2 2 20 16 13 1 4 2 1 1 209 972 168 104 973 413 579 174 299 914 356 324 134 480 417 711 811 578 200 004 393 560 216 292 263 280 699 580 326 873 455 222 823 283 850 367 244 136

28 15 1 2 2 2 3 19 14 12 1 7 3 2 1

26 15 1 2 2 2 2 20 15 13 1 5 2 1 1

11 6 1 1 1 1 8 6 5 2 1

12 6 1 1 1 1 8 6 5 2 1

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989
Families No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers Married-couple families No workers 1 worker 2 workers Husband and wife worked 3 or more workers Husband and wife worked Female householder, no husband present No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers 935 109 261 439 124 725 76 156 386 356 106 96 171 29 85 41 15 575 918 517 629 511 429 729 361 149 171 190 352 778 308 935 436 099 499 59 143 233 62 375 40 80 202 187 52 47 104 17 52 25 8 607 437 946 919 305 284 182 851 011 593 240 631 152 410 909 346 487 371 39 105 179 46 284 27 61 156 144 39 36 72 10 37 18 6 776 381 618 803 974 377 579 141 027 749 630 032 640 649 096 640 255 102 13 31 45 11 69 8 15 37 34 8 7 28 4 14 6 2 600 977 484 622 517 868 565 071 527 646 705 769 180 962 179 528 511 269 25 74 134 35 214 19 46 118 110 30 28 44 5 22 12 3 176 404 134 181 457 509 014 070 500 103 925 263 460 687 917 112 744 28 4 8 11 3 21 3 4 9 9 2 2 5 1 2 1 006 930 169 468 439 084 562 652 910 303 960 823 777 259 985 181 352 99 15 30 42 11 69 9 15 36 33 9 8 25 5 12 5 1 825 126 159 648 892 823 041 058 074 541 650 776 735 502 828 525 880 435 50 117 205 62 350 36 75 184 168 53 48 67 11 33 16 6 968 481 571 710 206 145 547 510 138 578 950 721 626 898 026 090 612 30 4 9 12 3 21 2 4 11 10 2 2 6 1 3 1 020 325 131 997 567 862 764 951 198 236 949 603 968 402 558 468 540 13 2 4 5 1 10 1 2 4 4 1 1 2 748 291 050 624 783 121 572 324 804 337 421 274 968 653 1 377 637 301 14 1 4 6 2 11 3 5 4 1 1 2 001 229 489 102 181 397 830 267 402 839 898 654 022 353 945 508 216

LAST OCCUPATION OF EXPERIENCED UNEMPLOYED
Persons 16 years and over Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Professional specialty occupations Technicians and related support occupations Sales occupations Administrative support occupations, including clerical Private household occupations Protective service occupations Service occupations, except protective and household Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors Transportation and material moving occupations Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Last worked 1984 or earlier, or uniquely military occupation 87 3 3 1 10 8 14 2 9 15 2 8 018 608 158 302 682 229 619 777 403 556 659 501 974 506 48 327 2 310 2 078 786 6 527 5 049 311 474 9 083 1 102 4 670 7 026 1 549 4 460 2 902 33 741 1 744 1 554 608 5 003 3 859 210 354 6 523 621 3 359 4 135 1 146 2 923 1 702 12 354 578 610 112 1 767 1 320 78 133 2 896 221 1 001 1 435 405 1 110 688 21 387 1 166 944 496 3 236 2 539 132 221 3 627 400 2 358 2 700 741 1 813 1 014 3 213 183 157 71 348 309 24 33 527 67 225 586 81 375 227 11 373 383 367 107 1 176 881 77 87 2 033 414 1 086 2 305 322 1 162 973 38 691 1 298 1 080 516 4 155 3 180 308 303 5 320 1 454 4 989 8 475 1 425 4 046 2 142 3 171 86 76 46 298 224 14 19 516 87 364 906 97 279 159 1 227 43 40 6 99 91 11 11 164 62 161 274 41 126 98 1 099 22 47 16 82 60 9 36 123 90 125 255 32 106 96

5 044

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 57 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

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Table 28.

Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Place of 1,000 to 2,499

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Total

Inside urbanized area

Total

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Place of less than 1,000

Rural farm

INCOME IN 1989
Households 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 Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Families 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 Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Married-couple families Less than $15,000 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 or more Female householder, no husband present Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Males 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Females 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Per capita income (dollars) Persons in households (dollars) Persons in group quarters (dollars) 1 258 103 129 122 242 214 219 155 41 28 26 32 935 45 63 81 175 172 191 141 38 26 30 36 725 89 124 142 172 133 62 171 30 29 28 40 36 6 1 188 17 783 342 447 979 955 045 733 736 822 724 256 214 575 092 052 570 377 300 501 812 786 085 797 562 429 858 574 178 425 940 454 778 211 416 777 883 227 264 823 636 56.0 24 130 1 195 848 9 221 35.5 16 140 11 897 12 059 7 156 534 245 519 938 591 654 200 949 161 277 698 267 607 830 289 368 193 744 969 817 998 399 796 332 284 133 443 493 334 046 835 152 500 474 649 753 864 912 288 305 55.9 25 010 676 050 9 582 34.6 16 795 12 763 12 996 7 889 708 57 70 67 135 118 122 90 26 19 26 33 499 25 31 41 89 88 100 80 23 17 31 38 375 39 60 70 89 76 39 104 19 17 16 23 22 3 655 18 528 36 47 47 101 90 95 72 20 14 28 34 371 16 20 28 64 66 77 64 18 13 33 39 284 27 44 52 68 60 31 72 12 11 11 17 17 2 499 19 050 656 350 831 447 998 673 623 656 816 118 510 776 490 354 772 959 699 851 361 959 331 119 618 377 019 350 695 609 643 061 640 312 303 228 033 765 999 191 115 57.6 25 570 500 560 10 054 35.8 17 228 13 227 13 478 8 312 163 17 19 16 32 25 23 17 5 5 23 32 102 7 7 9 18 16 17 14 4 5 29 39 69 8 11 12 14 13 9 28 5 5 4 6 5 1 152 15 436 240 140 727 275 238 805 928 125 958 668 524 600 137 922 549 739 716 763 975 526 273 546 183 868 051 599 359 897 652 310 180 838 009 306 018 776 233 585 968 50.7 22 939 166 795 8 686 30.0 17 025 12 861 13 483 7 540 364 19 28 31 69 65 71 54 15 8 30 35 269 9 12 19 46 49 60 49 14 8 34 39 214 18 32 40 53 46 21 44 6 6 6 11 11 1 346 20 614 416 210 104 172 760 868 695 531 858 213 400 176 353 432 223 220 983 088 386 433 058 434 784 509 968 751 336 712 991 751 460 474 294 922 015 989 766 606 560 60.7 26 232 333 765 10 620 38.7 17 298 13 391 13 476 9 865 242 035 995 360 003 253 276 514 871 935 044 592 006 668 903 232 187 551 265 761 684 755 741 027 084 200 642 681 774 431 356 777 265 097 867 1 289 984 275 37 490 17 871 45.9 25 617 41 221 8 910 29.9 16 639 14 108 14 724 3 233 42 4 4 4 7 6 6 5 1 1 26 35 28 1 1 2 4 4 5 4 1 1 33 43 21 2 2 3 4 4 3 5 1 1 242 554 174 747 141 403 251 812 634 526 642 810 825 672 032 364 047 494 853 695 355 313 358 225 823 914 451 117 951 972 418 735 923 074 554 431 115 638 118 607 15 775 51.6 21 826 134 269 8 203 31.4 15 052 10 594 10 689 7 690 138 16 18 15 27 21 20 12 3 2 21 27 99 7 9 10 20 17 17 11 3 2 26 32 69 9 13 14 15 10 5 25 5 5 4 5 4 550 46 58 55 107 95 97 64 15 9 25 30 435 19 31 40 86 83 90 60 14 8 29 34 350 50 64 71 83 57 22 67 10 11 12 17 13 2 533 17 249 097 928 041 364 391 533 787 661 447 707 858 968 262 763 202 184 556 532 995 788 686 693 534 145 725 131 685 091 894 619 626 711 942 128 130 363 352 535 036 56.3 23 141 519 798 8 799 36.7 15 431 10 853 10 962 4 931 41 4 6 4 8 6 6 3 242 492 117 843 455 707 114 376 723 415 20 787 25 744 30 020 1 837 2 749 3 263 6 521 5 811 5 550 3 224 689 376 25 939 30 230 21 862 3 472 4 550 4 807 4 977 3 035 1 021 6 968 1 393 1 372 1 225 1 635 1 162 181 35 176 15 764 52.0 21 722 39 848 8 160 33.1 14 778 9 832 9 956 4 979 18 2 2 2 3 2 2 1 665 128 488 270 544 787 755 774 503 416 21 565 29 057 13 748 823 1 303 1 543 2 728 2 366 2 491 1 664 474 356 26 866 33 496 10 121 1 692 1 934 1 926 2 245 1 539 785 2 968 551 606 531 657 505 118 16 115 16 103 50.4 22 092 17 966 7 913 30.4 14 491 10 870 10 926 5 722 16 1 1 1 3 2 2 2 924 459 759 791 171 974 691 132 479 468 25 849 33 069 14 001 732 1 091 1 351 2 733 2 655 2 518 2 019 453 449 28 898 36 348 11 397 1 886 2 160 2 273 2 290 1 924 864 2 022 356 352 388 461 402 63 16 600 16 521 51.4 22 426 16 355 8 334 32.0 14 817 11 542 11 542 –

MEDIAN INCOME IN 1989 BY SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS
Family type and presence of own children: Families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Married-couple families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Female householder, no husband present (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Workers in family in 1989: No workers (dollars) 1 worker (dollars) 2 or more workers (dollars) Husband and wife worked (dollars) Nonfamily households (dollars) Male householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) Female householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) 30 30 27 35 36 32 14 11 7 11 20 38 40 13 18 16 7 10 9 6 797 644 820 422 491 125 510 581 895 802 515 514 634 494 769 757 687 325 281 612 31 30 27 37 38 33 14 11 7 13 21 39 42 15 20 18 9 12 10 7 796 632 556 403 194 126 478 284 295 441 310 800 040 520 554 381 207 105 982 322 33 32 29 38 39 34 15 12 8 14 22 40 42 16 21 19 9 13 12 7 119 150 385 483 306 085 703 205 245 387 344 752 857 992 681 730 831 674 255 774 29 26 24 37 37 33 13 10 6 12 18 38 42 15 20 17 8 12 11 7 546 386 482 385 377 438 648 039 098 499 725 680 271 505 043 474 857 466 316 861 34 34 30 38 39 34 16 13 10 15 23 41 43 17 22 20 10 14 12 7 434 007 881 787 726 240 960 659 078 363 984 291 023 931 477 588 618 394 882 708 33 31 27 40 41 35 12 9 6 19 22 41 44 13 16 16 11 11 10 7 741 160 424 877 491 324 730 445 675 140 157 440 699 320 794 884 429 307 194 491 26 24 22 32 33 28 11 8 5 10 17 35 37 10 15 14 7 8 7 6 358 525 007 773 085 640 897 811 742 338 297 467 959 318 602 043 463 109 675 334 29 30 28 33 35 31 14 12 9 10 19 37 39 10 15 14 6 7 7 5 693 655 090 168 091 156 554 030 827 530 730 251 118 411 882 279 528 639 168 805 25 25 24 30 32 29 12 9 7 10 17 35 37 8 14 12 6 7 6 6 939 800 037 811 600 107 505 643 160 361 651 286 182 654 088 035 498 266 992 142 26 26 24 32 33 29 12 10 5 10 18 36 39 9 13 12 7 7 6 6 866 665 481 338 599 406 901 244 550 928 133 470 198 249 844 883 721 234 995 357 28 28 24 31 32 29 13 11 11 9 20 36 37 10 14 13 9 7 7 6 898 202 634 834 722 491 757 136 801 681 232 081 310 390 114 553 303 708 321 264

INCOME TYPE IN 1989
Households With earnings Mean earnings (dollars) With wage or salary income Mean wage or salary income (dollars) With nonfarm self-employment income Mean nonfarm self-employment income (dollars) With farm self-employment income Mean farm self-employment income (dollars) With interest, dividend, or net rental income Mean interest, dividend, or net rental income (dollars) With Social Security income Mean Social Security income (dollars) With public assistance income Mean public assistance income (dollars) With retirement income Mean retirement income (dollars) With other income Mean other income (dollars) 1 258 783 1 023 687 32 572 993 844 31 297 123 721 16 990 17 728 7 710 375 299 6 329 7 98 3 185 9 123 3 244 482 005 300 111 531 648 716 720 708 576 33 560 31 69 17 4 6 234 6 181 7 51 3 110 10 72 3 534 478 143 849 807 189 893 352 692 780 639 625 228 825 097 383 394 220 954 528 440 34 428 32 53 18 3 7 182 6 124 7 32 3 81 10 53 4 050 211 181 582 816 017 117 073 137 383 052 891 242 240 093 143 504 309 051 163 128 32 124 30 15 21 1 9 54 8 46 7 14 2 24 10 15 4 436 023 469 176 666 565 788 018 394 947 577 542 101 441 974 461 170 958 095 364 312 34 304 33 37 16 2 6 127 4 78 7 17 3 56 10 37 4 614 188 883 406 693 452 591 055 019 436 963 349 326 799 188 682 647 351 032 42 31 33 30 31 4 21 242 848 441 769 447 491 509 286 2 949 16 321 12 13 7 3 3 7 13 4 4 519 403 996 209 213 413 091 082 798 138 104 28 101 27 11 15 242 419 677 498 657 681 489 993 6 391 36 076 943 331 949 376 081 827 070 829 374 550 447 31 432 30 54 15 13 8 140 5 147 6 46 3 75 8 51 3 249 209 835 995 636 532 843 376 042 519 584 857 731 475 126 148 552 496 392 41 30 27 29 26 3 14 242 801 561 974 670 171 631 354 8 802 9 145 362 873 912 368 066 364 594 147 024 18 13 29 13 28 1 17 665 615 631 073 057 833 501 442 10 332 5 067 394 617 817 256 134 133 322 873 634 16 14 29 12 27 2 16 4 9 5 9 5 6 1 3 2 9 1 3 924 434 449 709 059 069 689 874 571 853 748 970 764 507 436 855 260 405 940

6 43 6 16 3 21 9 14 3

5 13 6 4 3 6 6 4 3

9 6 6 2 3 3 10 1 3

58

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 58 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 29.

Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Place of 1,000 to 2,499

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Total

Inside urbanized area

Total

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Place of less than 1,000

Rural farm

ALL INCOME LEVELS IN 1989
Families In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is determined Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Persons for whom poverty status is determined Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years 935 708 502 203 740 538 76 14 42 146 646 72 210 725 365 151 596 455 526 111 28 156 171 117 44 114 62 98 29 39 44 413 323 181 118 3 368 2 458 380 906 303 653 575 656 512 278 811 668 195 167 243 979 543 414 461 429 127 834 353 016 263 377 300 221 778 191 330 826 705 284 359 973 352 422 208 676 655 125 393 099 202 242 659 499 337 264 112 398 286 38 10 26 78 372 37 110 375 182 80 310 235 295 59 12 81 104 72 28 72 39 63 15 23 24 271 208 98 70 1 818 1 341 211 474 168 334 607 744 815 872 269 032 008 759 167 456 030 517 644 284 279 623 069 675 956 919 486 542 152 078 498 114 021 288 563 319 419 796 927 005 321 072 371 085 833 554 014 371 251 198 85 303 221 27 9 19 53 286 23 76 284 140 63 238 183 230 41 8 56 72 49 19 52 28 46 10 14 16 205 156 70 47 1 355 1 002 143 352 126 246 776 480 605 163 006 039 160 238 323 850 640 569 702 377 944 491 756 622 244 413 444 827 640 970 014 300 876 616 289 046 585 726 274 276 140 736 476 868 061 592 684 102 58 53 23 78 53 7 2 5 19 75 9 25 69 32 14 56 41 55 13 2 17 28 19 8 18 9 16 4 6 7 80 60 22 21 396 298 55 98 36 67 600 806 533 920 434 226 278 535 532 511 377 907 501 868 216 983 072 527 959 731 735 168 180 149 093 977 475 616 878 758 025 031 836 944 611 723 267 963 001 424 448 269 192 145 61 224 167 19 6 13 34 211 13 51 214 108 48 182 142 174 27 5 39 44 30 10 33 19 30 5 7 9 125 95 47 25 959 704 87 254 90 179 176 674 072 243 572 813 882 703 791 339 263 662 201 509 728 508 684 095 285 682 709 659 460 821 921 323 401 000 411 288 560 695 438 332 529 013 209 905 060 168 236 28 18 12 5 20 14 1 1 6 20 2 8 21 8 3 16 11 16 5 6 5 3 1 3 1 3 1 1 19 14 6 5 102 79 16 23 7 16 006 795 823 430 695 033 845 649 271 238 526 277 031 084 439 387 031 482 554 089 732 360 777 865 776 750 986 278 988 468 411 346 236 108 413 278 133 733 087 859 312 99 67 53 22 74 50 9 5 18 64 11 25 69 32 13 55 40 49 13 3 18 25 18 7 16 8 13 4 7 6 46 38 21 17 360 259 50 99 34 71 825 469 387 279 568 960 003 872 573 368 864 671 911 823 896 745 282 571 158 417 310 355 735 243 708 064 159 394 286 805 423 724 417 621 768 058 762 484 685 103 018 435 370 237 90 342 252 38 3 16 68 274 34 99 350 182 71 286 219 230 51 15 74 67 45 15 42 23 34 13 16 19 141 114 83 48 1 550 1 117 169 431 134 319 968 912 697 406 542 636 187 408 076 523 513 897 817 145 848 211 284 341 307 458 814 679 626 113 832 712 684 996 796 654 933 626 281 671 334 053 022 014 369 688 645 30 22 15 6 22 15 2 1 5 17 2 8 21 10 4 16 12 13 4 1 5 6 4 1 4 2 3 1 1 1 13 11 7 5 106 78 15 28 9 20 020 455 588 031 144 485 847 190 397 756 576 942 122 862 269 102 975 661 543 165 032 784 968 722 721 304 238 447 387 779 983 261 222 126 647 751 520 774 096 204 366 13 10 6 2 9 6 1 3 8 1 4 10 4 1 7 5 6 2 2 2 1 1 1 748 813 900 705 796 698 269 101 465 088 464 588 061 121 546 805 650 559 708 229 551 898 968 993 747 653 835 455 740 938 978 868 917 537 675 916 808 095 050 358 560 14 12 6 2 11 7 1 3 8 1 4 11 4 1 9 6 7 2 3 2 1 1 001 803 419 262 179 223 074 35 303 630 321 300 520 397 886 687 653 500 017 867 659 540 022 267 480 120 452 986 620 559 728 505 923 577 614 430 340 827 044 451 235

5 4 3 2 49 36 8 13 4 9

3 2 2 1 48 36 7 12 3 9

INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL
Families Percent below poverty level In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Unrelated individuals Percent below poverty level Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Mean income deficit (dollars) Persons Percent below poverty level Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years Persons below 125 percent of poverty level Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 111 173 11.9 51 645 83 423 41 137 57 496 17 235 18 623 1 176 10 390 18 811 46 114 34 115 26 302 5 372 43 541 26 123 13 710 22 287 8 610 16 503 10 282 7 661 13 666 4 606 61 878 53 668 25 889 32 210 7 728 27 747 7 350 25 284 11 037 5 982 122 982 29.7 87 958 43 982 48 209 3 003 517 793 15.4 326 920 78 092 188 110 68 573 130 600 699 536 1 241 520 58 598 11.7 17 370 46 233 24 314 31 916 8 823 9 548 969 7 281 7 435 27 334 18 583 11 289 5 575 17 620 10 955 6 256 9 512 3 630 8 229 3 568 2 811 4 883 4 637 38 086 33 488 17 258 20 768 4 740 18 014 3 390 15 317 5 710 6 091 73 477 27.0 49 972 18 128 25 027 3 055 277 355 15.3 172 870 36 557 102 959 40 609 68 534 369 866 643 289 37 932 10.2 10 928 29 913 15 706 21 377 5 777 6 129 859 4 657 4 687 18 867 10 778 7 111 5 517 11 838 7 412 4 368 6 516 2 526 6 039 2 289 1 693 3 091 4 602 24 239 21 330 10 824 13 760 2 908 12 085 2 108 8 810 3 625 6 039 50 474 24.5 33 397 11 286 15 403 3 084 181 700 13.4 114 491 22 565 66 266 26 559 43 906 244 949 441 656 15 523 15.1 2 912 12 394 6 589 8 455 2 073 2 337 288 2 016 2 001 7 382 5 348 2 914 5 786 3 644 2 197 1 220 1 884 733 1 797 824 671 1 065 4 485 11 174 9 769 5 147 6 200 1 251 5 321 1 039 4 563 1 683 6 272 23 834 29.8 15 982 3 772 7 586 3 084 78 771 19.9 50 310 10 563 28 109 11 422 18 492 101 764 162 788 22 409 8.3 8 016 17 519 9 117 12 922 3 704 3 792 571 2 641 2 686 11 485 5 430 4 197 5 331 8 194 5 215 3 148 4 632 1 793 4 242 1 465 1 022 2 026 4 654 13 065 11 561 5 677 7 560 1 657 6 764 1 069 4 247 1 942 5 838 26 640 21.2 17 415 7 514 7 817 3 085 102 929 10.7 64 181 12 002 38 157 15 137 25 414 143 185 278 868 3 557 12.7 881 2 790 1 502 1 915 541 550 43 456 506 1 573 1 250 674 5 610 1 010 610 301 541 217 475 248 174 263 4 906 2 344 2 048 1 106 1 259 310 1 018 207 1 060 355 6 037 6 718 34.7 3 918 1 110 1 812 3 409 18 642 18.2 12 615 2 604 5 983 2 258 4 027 24 142 36 964 17 109 17.1 5 561 13 530 7 106 8 624 2 505 2 869 67 2 168 2 242 6 894 6 555 3 504 5 695 4 772 2 933 1 587 2 455 887 1 715 1 031 944 1 529 4 668 11 503 10 110 5 328 5 749 1 522 4 911 1 075 5 447 1 730 6 212 16 285 34.9 12 657 5 732 7 812 2 816 77 013 21.4 45 764 11 388 30 710 11 792 20 601 100 775 164 669 52 575 12.1 275 190 823 580 412 075 207 3 109 11 376 18 780 15 532 15 013 5 146 25 921 15 168 7 454 12 775 4 980 8 274 6 714 4 850 8 783 4 585 23 792 20 180 8 631 11 442 2 988 9 733 3 960 9 967 5 327 5 808 49 505 35.0 37 986 25 854 23 182 2 926 240 438 15.5 154 050 41 535 85 151 27 964 62 066 329 670 598 231 34 37 16 25 8 9 4 537 15.1 973 477 619 350 711 798 29 488 764 1 800 1 479 1 079 5 213 1 548 947 505 831 344 548 382 258 539 4 111 2 775 2 413 1 055 1 421 345 1 213 333 1 171 463 5 874 4 817 36.3 3 947 2 168 2 514 2 594 20 864 19.5 12 939 3 713 7 815 2 770 5 470 27 981 47 628 1 3 1 2 2 128 15.5 1 154 1 587 789 962 311 421 14 140 396 767 742 571 5 481 757 448 239 348 163 267 190 156 253 4 643 1 197 1 024 486 509 120 451 181 549 283 6 034 2 147 36.6 1 767 1 116 1 144 2 733 9 997 20.0 6 295 1 782 3 653 1 365 2 542 13 279 22 300 1 904 13.6 1 449 1 250 548 1 027 353 243 5 27 440 643 487 533 5 750 982 545 239 572 229 313 247 118 295 5 467 828 660 277 389 97 305 175 349 208 6 091 1 244 35.5 990 851 687 3 071 8 759 18.1 5 613 1 388 3 106 891 2 358 11 674 19 749

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 30.

Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990
Urban Rural Outside urbanized area Place of 10,000 or more Place of 2,500 to 9,999 Place of 1,000 to 2,499

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural and Size of Place
The State Total

Inside urbanized area

Total

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Place of less than 1,000

Rural farm

LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Persons 60 to 64 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 65 to 74 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 75 years and over In households In group quarters Nursing homes 144 932 143 634 1 298 743 248 097 244 580 3 517 2 652 148 032 134 658 13 374 12 418 78 209 77 249 960 515 137 219 135 071 2 148 1 618 84 654 75 550 9 104 8 332 55 346 54 558 788 384 94 873 93 329 1 544 1 071 56 396 50 185 6 211 5 632 16 635 16 207 428 235 34 850 33 905 945 618 25 003 21 821 3 182 2 732 38 711 38 351 360 149 60 023 59 424 599 453 31 393 28 364 3 029 2 900 5 447 5 432 15 15 10 797 10 616 181 176 6 969 6 113 856 856 17 416 17 259 157 116 31 549 31 126 423 371 21 289 19 252 2 037 1 844 66 723 66 385 338 228 110 878 109 509 1 369 1 034 63 378 59 108 4 270 4 086 5 126 5 092 34 29 9 654 9 572 82 71 6 802 6 197 605 578 2 774 2 753 21 21 5 054 4 972 82 49 3 273 3 050 223 183 2 815 2 815 – – 5 162 5 162 – – 2 665 2 665 – –

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 60 to 64 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 65 to 74 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 75 years and over Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher 144 33 32 37 21 18 248 79 52 56 30 29 148 64 29 23 14 16 932 821 211 989 924 987 097 113 020 546 787 631 032 050 310 532 908 232 78 14 15 21 13 12 137 35 27 33 20 20 84 32 16 14 10 11 209 253 859 357 938 802 219 853 076 261 910 119 654 352 159 821 021 301 55 9 11 15 10 8 94 23 19 24 15 13 56 20 11 10 6 7 346 419 077 692 227 931 873 006 228 241 094 304 396 677 118 541 911 149 16 3 3 3 3 3 34 8 6 7 5 5 25 8 4 4 3 3 635 023 101 947 103 461 850 875 728 548 714 985 003 633 846 396 355 773 38 6 7 11 7 5 60 14 12 16 9 7 31 12 6 6 3 3 711 396 976 745 124 470 023 131 500 693 380 319 393 044 272 145 556 376 5 447 772 885 1 131 1 062 1 597 10 797 2 593 1 624 2 037 1 937 2 606 6 969 2 329 1 032 1 193 910 1 505 17 4 3 4 2 2 31 10 6 6 3 4 21 9 4 3 2 2 416 062 897 534 649 274 549 254 224 983 879 209 289 346 009 087 200 647 66 19 16 16 7 6 110 43 24 23 9 9 63 31 13 8 4 4 723 568 352 632 986 185 878 260 944 285 877 512 378 698 151 711 887 931 5 1 1 1 9 3 2 2 6 3 1 126 519 370 227 587 423 654 776 238 094 793 753 802 712 347 776 381 586 2 774 675 600 724 412 363 5 054 1 615 987 1 126 620 706 3 273 1 317 601 514 406 435 2 815 643 678 778 340 376 5 162 1 571 1 039 1 369 606 577 2 665 1 014 623 452 244 332

INCOME AND POVERTY STATUS IN 1989
Married-couple families, householder 60 to 64 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 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 60 to 64 years living alone 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 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 65 to 74 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 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 65 to 74 years living alone 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 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 75 years and over 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 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 75 years and over living alone 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 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level 52 1 2 3 10 10 10 13 438 219 852 943 077 378 765 204 6.6 22 361 5 721 5 269 3 529 4 304 1 740 1 798 34.4 27 509 510 1 028 1 677 4 449 5 306 6 116 8 423 4.9 12 774 2 963 2 772 1 961 2 684 1 187 1 207 31.1 44 459 779 3 223 5 145 10 130 8 467 7 937 8 778 5.5 34 277 8 374 11 125 5 218 5 312 2 053 2 195 31.9 15 460 356 1 985 2 731 3 682 2 310 2 135 2 261 7.4 31 847 9 016 12 031 3 841 3 547 1 529 1 883 38.4 19 566 344 613 1 121 3 105 3 835 4 452 6 096 4.2 8 841 1 807 1 861 1 374 1 990 868 941 27.2 31 078 486 2 148 3 597 7 065 6 108 5 588 6 086 5.0 23 228 5 125 7 268 3 683 4 058 1 443 1 651 28.8 10 335 198 1 233 1 789 2 624 1 590 1 428 1 473 7.1 20 869 5 396 8 049 2 745 2 468 1 017 1 194 35.4 4 942 124 166 254 636 839 1 115 1 808 5.6 3 296 822 689 391 746 269 379 32.7 9 804 126 772 1 050 2 075 1 640 1 867 2 274 5.9 10 007 2 564 2 796 1 367 1 788 674 818 31.8 3 927 51 446 637 912 527 567 787 6.2 10 014 2 808 3 467 1 315 1 272 510 642 37.1 14 624 220 447 867 2 469 2 996 3 337 4 288 3.8 5 545 985 1 172 983 1 244 599 562 24.0 21 274 360 1 376 2 547 4 990 4 468 3 721 3 812 4.6 13 221 2 561 4 472 2 316 2 270 769 833 26.5 6 408 147 787 1 152 1 712 1 063 861 686 7.6 10 855 2 588 4 582 1 430 1 196 507 552 33.9 2 034 29 49 134 250 242 503 827 3.8 807 129 186 149 149 102 92 23.8 3 685 82 173 309 655 534 758 1 174 4.9 2 567 678 837 314 333 163 242 33.0 1 404 23 140 228 250 163 247 353 4.9 2 619 642 901 381 298 126 271 33.5 5 909 137 366 422 1 094 1 229 1 161 1 500 7.3 3 126 1 027 725 438 545 217 174 44.0 9 696 211 902 1 239 2 410 1 825 1 591 1 518 7.1 8 482 2 571 3 020 1 221 921 447 302 39.9 3 721 135 612 714 808 557 460 435 9.2 8 359 2 978 3 081 715 781 386 418 47.6 24 929 709 1 824 2 266 5 628 5 072 4 649 4 781 8.4 9 587 2 758 2 497 1 568 1 620 553 591 38.8 38 1 5 6 10 6 4 4 074 266 150 491 117 046 658 346 10.9 24 019 8 137 8 839 3 116 2 235 800 892 43.7 13 384 692 3 517 3 052 3 019 1 311 818 975 19.2 22 075 8 988 8 511 2 053 1 375 562 586 52.5 1 705 54 122 193 410 359 303 264 9.0 929 284 268 147 130 50 50 38.9 3 019 60 396 551 862 534 336 280 8.7 2 684 773 1 126 454 213 57 61 39.2 1 146 58 197 326 277 107 86 95 10.3 2 785 938 1 280 290 160 82 35 49.2 972 17 67 102 179 167 187 253 7.9 444 158 160 32 53 22 19 50.9 1 626 26 192 246 390 272 213 287 7.1 1 198 383 393 177 107 71 67 41.8 603 24 131 153 130 63 36 66 12.4 1 308 472 431 158 120 62 65 45.0 1 082 30 108 79 204 261 182 218 9.5 214 40 40 49 44 36 5 23.4 2 066 60 143 317 484 387 339 336 8.3 751 243 207 110 98 37 56 40.9 801 22 147 118 172 123 89 130 9.5 770 254 267 66 73 74 36 43.5

533 045 373 636 247 513 595 124 8.0 58 296 16 511 19 964 8 334 7 547 2 853 3 087 36.8 844 048 502 783 701 621 953 236 12.9 53 922 18 004 20 542 5 894 4 922 2 091 2 469 44.2 28 1 5 5 6 3 2 3

82 2 8 11 20 14 12 13

60

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 31.

Ancestry: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State All persons Ancestry specified Single ancestry Multiple ancestry Ancestry unclassified or not reported Total ancestries reported Acadian Albanian Arab Egyptian Iraqi Jordanian Lebanese Palestinian Syrian Arab/ Arabic Other Arab Armenian Assyrian Australian Austrian Basque Belgian Brazilian British Bulgarian Canadian Celtic Croatian Czech Czechoslovakian Danish Dutch Eastern European English Estonian European Finnish French (except Basque) French Canadian German Greek Guyanese Hungarian Icelander Iranian Irish Israeli Italian Latvian Lithuanian Luxemburger Macedonian Maltese Northern European Norwegian Pennsylvania German Polish Portuguese Romanian Russian Scandinavian Scotch-Irish Scottish Serbian Slavic Slovak Slovene Subsaharan African Cape Verdean Ethiopian Ghanian Nigerian African Other Subsaharan African Swedish Swiss Turkish Ukrainian United States or American Welsh West Indian (excluding Hispanic origin groups) Bahamian Barbadian Belizean British West Indian Dutch West Indian Haitian Jamaican Trinidadian/ Tobagonian West Indian Other West Indian Yugoslavian Other ancestries 3 486 703 2 899 048 2 288 213 610 835 587 655 6 973 406 5 086 52 5 775 279 11 118 3 732 140 637 608 250 455 55 379 3 174 48 1 250 298 15 548 117 3 462 199 4 585 3 190 1 087 5 307 55 860 340 436 169 194 4 958 1 849 87 527 9 923 500 404 8 119 73 6 111 127 570 485 849 198 56 501 252 2 673 108 28 87 406 9 170 797 29 762 2 252 936 6 481 3 874 159 534 77 111 262 382 6 926 290 5 692 78 117 103 1 582 3 390 422 18 534 5 546 828 2 266 363 795 17 190 3 022 147 75 58 50 220 300 1 135 189 752 96 769 1 086 071 Total 2 113 044 1 773 331 1 343 416 429 915 339 713 4 226 088 3 546 45 4 482 161 5 111 2 798 134 510 525 238 348 47 226 2 155 21 789 203 11 151 76 2 404 167 1 927 2 311 759 3 685 38 952 310 297 223 153 3 418 1 279 60 654 7 118 343 405 6 342 49 4 454 121 491 322 663 126 39 922 215 1 859 69 – 65 247 6 659 592 21 574 1 675 744 4 873 2 908 105 507 53 485 195 269 4 748 217 3 544 31 117 103 917 2 037 339 12 819 3 814 234 1 605 210 171 11 870 2 097 109 60 27 32 195 229 728 119 516 82 557 589 612 In central city 377 325 262 63 51 755 1 855 913 279 634 942 710 402 13 329 89 – 7 918 12 77 177 49 100 – 81 550 – 150 19 428 27 373 35 302 371 177 513 840 53 468 65 532 196 385 018 092 922 6 676 12 172 509 17 292 39 302 10 – 23 55 932 73 458 234 158 537 557 426 282 76 78 675 24 043 – 12 45 348 555 83 090 898 47 221 709 246 747 26 7 27 7 8 85 303 51 201 32 94 388 Total 1 735 189 1 447 418 1 081 137 366 281 287 771 3 470 378 3 144 32 3 153 72 5 104 1 880 122 433 348 189 248 47 145 1 605 21 639 184 8 723 49 2 031 132 1 625 1 940 582 3 172 34 112 257 248 755 88 2 886 1 083 50 269 6 100 296 313 4 420 43 3 778 109 319 282 154 109 33 630 176 1 557 59 – 42 192 5 727 519 18 116 1 441 586 3 336 2 351 86 081 42 203 119 191 4 073 193 2 501 31 105 58 569 1 482 256 10 729 2 916 187 1 384 188 462 9 624 1 350 83 53 – 25 187 144 425 68 315 50 463 437 224

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area 109 90 69 20 19 219 967 830 911 919 137 934 102 – 158 33 – – 54 – – – 71 32 – – 81 4 36 15 424 – 60 – 137 88 85 62 090 – 528 – 200 28 618 229 882 90 – 256 – – 701 – 737 16 68 16 – – 20 222 24 012 84 57 131 133 322 674 7 – 234 – 206 – – 12 10 165 19 396 184 13 104 510 553 21 – – – – 6 – 9 – 6 – 106 993 693 558 431 126 134 1 386 1

Inside urbanized area 932 797 579 218 134 1 864 1 2 048 862 293 569 186 096 605 32 384 37 5 93 518 122 305 208 96 148 47 100 114 17 497 105 291 42 465 95 972 327 384 231 672 219 444 42 510 790 960 134 889 380 32 526 83 282 652 95 111 158 232 25 – 27 102 062 345 899 040 382 402 404 093 506 75 141 721 98 592 7 105 46 345 903 186 289 733 149 991 388 186 965 71 32 – 12 99 119 272 68 254 38 254 495

Rural 174 726 933 793 448 348 437 – 611 2 – 11 308 – 128 140 22 68 – 45 410 – 106 64 008 7 506 37 516 525 113 879 350 38 783 46 176 265 691 737 542 950 11 996 26 37 801 14 782 2 257 18 – 15 70 443 150 205 317 147 803 814 666 023 37 50 118 95 703 24 – – 214 414 51 044 999 25 289 564 885 364 12 21 – 13 82 25 144 – 55 12 103 736

Total 1 373 659 1 125 717 944 797 180 920 247 942 2 747 318 1 540 7 1 293 118 6 7 934 6 127 83 12 107 8 153 1 019 27 461 95 4 397 41 1 058 32 2 658 879 328 1 622 16 908 30 138 946 41 1 540 570 26 873 2 805 156 999 1 777 24 1 657 6 79 163 186 72 16 579 37 814 39 28 22 159 2 511 205 8 188 577 192 1 608 966 54 027 23 626 67 113 2 178 73 2 148 47 – – 665 1 353 83 5 715 1 732 594 661 153 624 5 320 925 38 15 31 18 25 71 407 70 236 14 212 496 459

Place of 10,000 or more 81 71 56 15 10 163 924 680 090 590 244 848 50 – 59 – – – 59 – – – – 19 8 8 207 – 85 – 325 – 161 10 116 60 68 340 431 5 480 19 101 59 038 166 565 87 – 146 – – 468 – 006 – 45 25 – – 39 370 – 846 25 27 346 120 511 063 6 11 346 – 124 18 – – 4 32 70 670 345 33 83 371 570 56 – – 8 8 – – 19 21 – – 20 131

Place of 2,500 to 9,999 288 241 204 37 46 577 577 639 322 317 938 154 514 – 413 14 – 7 348 – 34 10 – 18 – 20 169 – 83 41 004 17 219 10 455 276 52 332 319 14 091 – 329 69 832 785 233 510 13 432 – 15 140 13 531 6 232 – 17 – 40 467 103 808 190 22 437 144 247 663 19 30 302 20 506 25 – – 208 273 – 045 234 50 86 460 350 203 5 6 15 6 – 16 103 13 39 – 47 279 885 711 608 102 174 1 771

Rural 566 017 350 667 549 132 885 – 554 19 6 – 412 6 85 14 12 50 – 125 457 9 221 32 284 17 555 5 792 326 64 550 907 4 779 – 003 357 356 156 579 693 11 646 – 64 618 – 028 31 337 14 11 14 80 129 67 464 230 33 502 558 869 881 – 65 930 33 474 4 – – 453 004 13 666 971 403 338 014 438 559 25 9 8 – 25 47 220 22 189 14 90 356

1

1

2

5 1 1 2 19 142 1 31 4 170 3 2 149 22 1

3

1

2

1

4 48

2 14

12 91 1 15 1 108

1 10

3 30

9 80 1 15 1 94

10 1 47 1

2 16

2 13

5 29

40 6

18 1

113 9

10 2

32 3

103 8

4 11 1 2 1 46 25 2 1

1 5

1 3

3 1 19 11

1

1

6 2

33 14 1

3 2

12 5

32 12

1

1

1 2

2

7 1 84 6

3

1

21 2

13

90 2

6

26 1

110 2

152

247

26

162

29

117

317

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 32.

Nativity, Citizenship, Year of Entry, Area of Birth, and Language Spoken at Home: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Total In central city Total

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area

Inside urbanized area

Rural

Total

Place of 10,000 or more

Place of 2,500 to 9,999

Rural

NATIVITY AND CITIZENSHIP
All persons Native Foreign born Naturalized citizen Not a citizen Entered 1980 to 1990 Naturalized citizen Entered 1965 to 1979 Naturalized citizen 3 486 703 3 436 739 49 964 25 411 24 553 18 139 2 978 16 826 10 093 49 7 3 3 3 6 5 4 4 6 4 964 496 482 751 410 665 454 707 010 254 735 2 113 044 2 076 224 36 820 17 944 18 876 14 007 2 182 12 583 7 447 36 5 2 2 2 5 4 3 2 4 3 820 800 609 928 670 038 032 513 865 342 023 377 369 8 3 4 4 855 361 494 495 999 011 444 2 274 1 134 8 494 2 075 638 727 571 964 724 586 488 826 895 8 494 2 845 696 125 64 2 621 1 764 1 412 553 418 147 404 231 531 353 59 30 497 320 351 335 5 3 714 185 942 089 369 104 1 859 14 120 131 83 118 22 71 934 405 289 681 170 126 428 148 285 398 105 57 581 1 735 189 1 706 863 28 326 14 449 13 877 9 996 1 738 10 309 6 313 28 3 1 2 2 4 3 2 2 3 2 326 725 971 201 099 074 308 927 377 516 128 932 911 20 10 9 7 1 7 4 20 2 1 1 1 3 2 2 1 2 1 048 143 905 967 938 362 420 898 982 905 645 575 619 523 169 475 254 756 450 439 109 967 108 362 1 605 593 1 012 721 25 432 175 1 605 350 111 92 168 194 133 105 70 197 185 1 605 530 100 8 – 613 438 233 76 139 48 102 33 67 45 8 – 44 29 102 343 99 070 1 041 715 82 49 485 5 61 9 6 7 10 8 27 140 11 208 77 – – 72 15 35 48 – 162 693 687 5 2 2 1 174 358 816 889 927 913 293 1 979 1 156 5 816 730 285 490 408 711 700 568 551 869 504 5 816 2 675 635 50 5 1 162 500 1 340 526 432 156 169 47 160 98 26 15 234 87 644 627 6 4 384 952 743 078 381 116 2 645 26 87 66 119 34 2 141 158 252 109 201 157 42 183 238 157 112 46 15 324 1 373 659 1 360 515 13 144 7 467 5 677 4 132 796 4 243 2 646 13 144 1 696 873 823 740 1 627 1 422 1 194 1 145 1 912 1 712 13 144 5 205 998 65 – 3 317 1 232 3 022 1 347 952 219 352 95 370 198 93 33 720 229 1 273 109 1 234 981 16 005 8 572 1 014 188 4 415 120 489 193 196 117 67 203 623 744 454 158 832 12 920 506 357 607 171 66 1 099 81 924 80 376 1 548 881 667 575 55 374 295 1 548 199 186 52 138 119 154 101 114 207 278 1 548 591 90 – – 391 157 363 194 152 31 5 – 97 89 14 – 87 45 76 415 73 530 994 524 89 25 475 – 35 32 21 8 7 25 43 131 25 34 104 – 89 10 46 53 49 – 66 288 285 2 1 1 577 631 946 649 297 940 218 913 500 885 879 5 3 2 1 566 889 677 107 570 783 338 1 751 1 001 5 677 828 284 361 310 636 605 510 579 874 690 5 677 2 432 487 21 – 1 144 390 1 386 645 354 76 178 67 84 42 51 25 381 127 821 800 9 5 658 110 379 712 563 82 2 348 60 326 62 69 83 29 89 289 289 284 62 357 12 439 177 165 194 31 34 413

YEAR OF ENTRY
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 2 946 321 240 224 155 416 261 236 220 454 419 2 946 901 130 37 – 835 306 783 386 206 50 109 22 90 35 8 8 183 53 265 257 3 1 884 522 973 659 170 32 799 – 44 46 58 26 16 46 143 115 89 9 275 – 123 215 47 164 38 20 255

AREA OF BIRTH BY YEAR OF ENTRY
Foreign-born persons Europe Entered 1980 to 1990 Soviet Union Entered 1980 to 1990 Asia Entered 1980 to 1990 North America Entered 1980 to 1990 Canada Entered 1980 to 1990 South America Entered 1980 to 1990 Africa Entered 1980 to 1990 Oceania Entered 1980 to 1990 Area not reported Entered 1980 to 1990 49 964 18 635 4 111 322 69 15 556 7 411 9 131 3 538 3 218 861 2 033 849 1 869 1 051 335 133 2 083 977 3 231 539 3 118 376 44 427 22 339 2 735 752 14 053 193 961 578 813 466 136 534 2 940 2 912 1 469 2 343 2 133 227 2 318 2 976 1 457 2 121 483 200 3 597 36 820 13 430 3 113 257 69 12 239 6 179 6 109 2 191 2 266 642 1 681 754 1 499 853 242 100 1 363 748 1 958 430 1 883 395 28 422 13 767 1 721 564 9 638 73 472 385 617 349 69 331 2 317 2 168 1 015 2 185 1 301 215 1 398 2 470 1 100 1 514 312 134 2 498 28 326 10 585 2 417 132 5 9 618 4 415 4 697 1 638 1 848 495 1 277 523 968 500 183 70 866 428 1 606 716 1 548 210 22 480 10 678 1 352 460 7 779 59 352 254 534 231 47 260 1 383 1 763 726 1 504 1 131 89 970 2 322 815 1 116 207 77 1 917 20 905 7 380 1 682 74 – 7 843 3 477 3 124 1 036 1 277 291 1 006 443 741 357 149 55 588 312 859 821 14 5 4 989 188 696 885 889 295 649 28 204 179 409 190 35 111 198 371 606 095 897 47 787 012 643 969 113 62 431

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME
Persons 5 years and over Speak only English Spanish French Italian Portuguese German Yiddish Other West Germanic Scandinavian Polish Russian South Slavic Other Slavic Greek Indic Other Indo-European languages Chinese Japanese Mon-Khmer Korean Tagalog Vietnamese Arabic Hungarian Native North American languages Other languages

1 1 1

2

1

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME BY ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak English only Spanish Speak English " very well" Speak English " well" Speak English " not well" Speak English " not at all" Other Indo-European languages Speak English " very well" Speak English " well" Speak English " not well" Speak English " not at all" Asian and Pacific Island languages Speak English " very well" Speak English " well" Speak English " not well" Speak English " not at all" All other languages Speak English " very well" Speak English " well" Speak English " not well" Speak English " not at all" 3 231 539 3 118 376 44 427 28 542 9 090 6 275 520 50 881 36 335 9 467 4 804 275 13 749 7 562 4 165 1 877 145 4 106 2 967 892 208 39 1 958 430 1 883 395 28 422 18 507 5 452 4 178 285 33 486 24 108 6 202 2 970 206 10 187 5 486 3 188 1 393 120 2 940 2 093 645 163 39 351 335 5 3 1 7 5 1 2 1 714 185 942 895 195 822 30 608 535 336 648 89 115 001 734 345 35 864 603 232 22 7 1 606 716 1 548 210 22 480 14 612 4 257 3 356 255 25 878 18 573 4 866 2 322 117 8 072 4 485 2 454 1 048 85 2 076 1 490 413 141 32 859 821 14 9 2 2 16 11 2 1 6 3 2 1 1 989 188 696 594 805 183 114 049 819 939 186 105 416 529 002 813 72 640 196 310 120 14 102 343 99 070 1 041 709 223 109 – 1 615 1 197 291 127 – 506 291 120 95 – 111 72 36 3 – 644 627 6 4 1 1 8 5 1 1 1 384 952 743 309 229 064 141 214 557 636 009 12 150 665 332 140 13 325 222 67 18 18 1 273 109 1 234 981 16 005 10 035 3 638 2 097 235 17 395 12 227 3 265 1 834 69 3 562 2 076 977 484 25 1 166 874 247 45 – 76 415 73 530 994 646 231 93 24 1 440 1 025 280 129 6 321 202 68 51 – 130 86 23 21 – 265 257 3 2 884 522 973 419 892 589 73 3 243 2 368 579 291 5 817 514 222 75 6 329 261 54 14 – 821 800 9 5 2 1 10 6 1 1 1 658 110 379 923 091 240 125 285 982 974 271 58 519 918 367 215 19 365 300 65 – –

62

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 62 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 33.

Place of Birth of Foreign-Born Persons: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Foreign-born persons Europe Austria Belgium Czechoslovakia Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Latvia Lithuania Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom Yugoslavia Soviet Union Asia Afghanistan Burma Cambodia China Hong Kong India Indonesia Iran Iraq Israel Japan Jordan Korea Laos Lebanon Malaysia Pakistan Philippines Saudi Arabia Syria Taiwan Thailand Turkey Vietnam North America Canada Mexico Caribbean Bahamas Barbados Cuba Dominican Republic Grenada Haiti Jamaica Trinidad and Tobago Central America Belize Costa Rica El Salvador Guatemala Honduras Nicaragua Panama South America Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Ecuador Guyana Peru Uruguay Venezuela Africa Cape Verde Egypt Ethiopia Ghana Morocco Nigeria South Africa Oceania Australia New Zealand Area not reported 49 964 18 635 349 185 318 151 39 58 784 6 224 1 038 340 460 838 47 38 462 126 607 95 164 291 239 368 5 130 116 322 15 556 35 7 199 843 330 2 307 77 391 48 272 1 665 108 1 866 456 407 61 223 3 429 72 146 542 571 160 1 041 9 131 3 218 2 147 2 243 118 86 532 181 14 132 526 413 1 410 113 84 123 148 215 175 552 2 033 101 39 260 116 906 139 94 85 42 117 1 869 – 204 101 77 113 310 238 335 181 97 2 083 Total 36 820 13 430 257 116 226 72 20 23 676 4 629 868 212 307 531 36 38 322 94 460 74 135 215 180 241 3 527 51 257 12 239 35 7 187 811 303 1 797 77 348 42 204 1 104 108 1 297 414 328 55 135 2 923 62 125 488 311 78 762 6 109 2 266 1 247 1 520 81 62 384 128 7 113 284 279 982 67 63 85 143 112 103 409 1 681 88 34 192 98 842 107 50 79 30 94 1 499 – 139 101 77 90 243 132 242 144 84 1 363 In central city 8 494 2 845 71 29 31 19 – 12 159 771 303 65 90 104 12 – 41 7 124 23 16 50 53 59 751 15 125 2 621 6 – 105 287 60 483 40 167 8 71 163 14 333 – 120 19 41 212 15 22 65 60 28 214 1 412 418 266 373 43 15 80 25 – 37 68 85 319 41 7 22 27 31 33 158 404 26 19 30 23 210 41 13 4 – 38 531 – 55 7 45 55 154 7 59 51 – 497 Total 28 326 10 585 186 87 195 53 20 11 517 3 858 565 147 217 427 24 38 281 87 336 51 119 165 127 182 2 776 36 132 9 618 29 7 82 524 243 1 314 37 181 34 133 941 94 964 414 208 36 94 2 711 47 103 423 251 50 548 4 697 1 848 981 1 147 38 47 304 103 7 76 216 194 663 26 56 63 116 81 70 251 1 277 62 15 162 75 632 66 37 75 30 56 968 – 84 94 32 35 89 125 183 93 84 866

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area 1 605 530 – 10 – – – – 11 218 19 30 6 14 – – 23 – 21 – – 6 9 20 124 19 8 613 – – – 70 36 168 15 – – – 86 – 17 57 – – – 53 – – 72 27 7 5 233 139 57 30 – – 8 – – – 11 – 7 – 7 – – – – – 102 7 – 34 14 35 – – – – – 67 – 42 – 6 – – 9 8 – 8 44

Inside urbanized area 20 905 7 380 161 70 122 38 4 11 365 2 565 493 101 167 340 24 36 216 52 261 51 74 135 67 93 1 879 15 74 7 843 29 7 47 364 194 995 14 163 34 99 749 83 789 303 193 36 76 2 430 31 90 305 187 37 438 3 124 1 277 439 913 35 26 239 86 7 62 156 167 471 12 49 36 76 64 70 164 1 006 45 15 95 45 545 63 26 58 25 48 741 – 42 94 26 35 44 74 149 73 76 588

Rural 5 816 2 675 25 7 73 15 16 – 141 1 075 53 16 44 73 – 2 42 35 54 – 45 24 51 69 773 2 50 1 162 – – 35 90 13 151 8 18 – 34 106 11 158 54 15 – 18 228 16 13 46 37 6 105 1 340 432 485 204 3 21 57 17 – 14 49 27 185 14 – 27 40 17 – 87 169 10 – 33 16 52 3 11 17 5 8 160 – – – – – 45 42 26 20 – 234

Total 13 144 5 205 92 69 92 79 19 35 108 1 595 170 128 153 307 11 – 140 32 147 21 29 76 59 127 1 603 65 65 3 317 – – 12 32 27 510 – 43 6 68 561 – 569 42 79 6 88 506 10 21 54 260 82 279 3 022 952 900 723 37 24 148 53 7 19 242 134 428 46 21 38 5 103 72 143 352 13 5 68 18 64 32 44 6 12 23 370 – 65 – – 23 67 106 93 37 13 720

Place of 10,000 or more 1 548 591 31 24 21 8 19 8 11 225 – 18 19 30 – – 18 6 17 – – – 6 21 109 – – 391 – – – – 14 89 – – – – 81 – 45 22 – – 46 10 – – – – – 53 363 152 82 58 – – 8 – – – 15 21 71 8 9 – – – 54 – 5 – 5 – – – – – – – – 97 – – – – – 4 93 14 – 6 87

Place of 2,500 to 9,999 2 946 901 10 9 11 15 – – 26 242 51 37 56 18 6 – 22 – 21 14 7 33 5 15 289 14 37 835 – – – 13 – 79 – 15 – 13 177 – 67 20 21 – 33 242 – – – 42 33 64 783 206 243 214 15 6 22 24 – 8 96 31 120 26 – 7 – 17 18 52 109 – – 5 7 20 10 16 – – 10 90 – 10 – – 17 24 7 8 – – 183

Rural 5 677 2 432 51 25 40 32 – 19 63 824 55 62 30 198 5 – 32 16 79 – 8 14 34 7 799 25 21 1 144 – – 12 19 13 234 – 21 6 6 191 – 277 – 4 6 2 156 – – – 93 22 67 1 386 354 530 320 14 18 81 23 7 3 87 68 163 12 12 31 5 47 – 56 178 – – 55 11 20 7 28 6 12 13 84 – 10 – – – 39 6 51 17 7 381

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 63 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

SOUTH CAROLINA 63

Table 34.

Age, Sex, Ability to Speak English, and Disability: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Total In central city Total

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area

Inside urbanized area

Rural

Total

Place of 10,000 or more

Place of 2,500 to 9,999

Rural

AGE AND SEX
All persons Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 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 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Female Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 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 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Median age for all persons Male Female 3 486 153 101 255 255 155 121 275 295 300 277 249 197 160 146 144 248 148 1 800 75 49 126 124 75 60 136 147 152 142 126 100 83 77 78 142 100 703 388 776 987 281 616 529 536 677 857 098 005 580 167 145 932 097 032 587 670 198 610 163 606 516 691 929 363 398 125 821 868 471 968 125 065 32.1 30.8 33.4 539 163 346 643 624 550 757 068 493 857 339 591 926 190 978 853 717 642 2 113 93 61 152 148 90 76 177 188 188 171 153 123 97 87 82 138 83 1 086 45 29 75 72 44 38 87 93 94 87 77 62 50 45 44 79 56 044 061 553 170 400 017 078 136 467 415 126 710 664 070 363 487 814 513 512 732 696 176 225 076 306 487 160 935 645 863 848 442 816 606 628 871 31.8 30.7 33.0 430 035 375 928 543 189 841 906 870 255 810 835 105 059 321 831 514 393 377 16 10 23 22 13 20 41 35 32 27 23 17 13 13 14 30 22 202 8 4 11 11 6 11 21 17 16 14 11 9 7 7 8 18 16 855 108 033 377 146 703 690 911 255 422 599 004 527 751 443 311 135 440 067 051 959 300 061 502 246 668 567 497 363 601 038 813 632 359 273 137 30.9 29.2 32.6 1 735 76 51 128 126 76 55 135 153 155 143 130 106 83 73 68 108 61 884 37 24 63 61 37 27 65 75 78 73 66 53 42 38 36 61 40 189 953 520 793 254 314 388 225 212 993 527 706 137 319 920 176 679 073 445 681 737 876 164 574 060 819 593 438 282 262 810 629 184 247 355 734 32.0 31.0 33.1 716 506 993 453 598 462 346 014 837 925 570 932 43 28 70 64 38 27 77 90 87 77 69 55 42 38 35 55 29 476 21 13 34 31 19 13 37 44 44 39 35 28 21 19 19 31 20 048 400 659 027 994 775 501 110 553 673 304 208 163 414 155 888 331 893 410 176 752 973 661 011 593 278 121 554 793 276 375 936 982 129 678 122 31.4 30.3 32.5 109 4 3 7 7 4 3 9 8 8 7 7 6 5 5 5 8 6 57 1 1 3 3 2 1 4 4 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 5 4 967 403 221 204 845 590 262 702 719 794 627 116 529 398 185 228 979 165 626 973 549 499 899 323 502 663 319 507 040 630 483 868 694 992 343 342 33.4 31.1 35.7 693 29 19 51 53 32 24 48 53 59 58 54 44 35 30 27 44 25 350 14 9 25 25 16 11 23 27 29 29 27 21 17 15 14 24 16 174 150 640 562 415 949 625 413 940 526 596 382 445 507 580 060 369 015 409 532 436 404 604 240 965 878 153 377 449 356 952 825 508 126 334 270 32.8 32.0 33.6 1 373 60 40 103 106 65 45 98 107 112 105 95 73 63 58 62 109 64 714 29 19 51 51 31 22 49 54 57 54 48 37 33 31 34 62 43 659 327 223 817 881 599 451 400 210 442 972 295 916 097 782 445 283 519 075 938 502 434 938 530 210 204 769 428 753 262 973 426 655 362 497 194 32.6 31.1 34.0 109 128 971 715 081 361 916 162 623 602 529 81 3 2 4 4 2 4 7 6 6 5 4 4 3 3 4 8 5 44 1 1 2 2 1 2 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 2 5 3 924 251 258 949 856 874 185 493 324 292 187 805 096 376 559 355 693 371 621 733 099 496 385 443 228 114 267 362 770 509 151 865 937 475 081 706 33.8 32.1 35.3 288 14 8 22 21 13 11 22 22 22 20 17 14 12 12 13 24 16 154 7 4 11 10 6 4 10 11 11 11 9 7 6 6 7 14 11 577 217 476 252 544 045 152 133 625 506 315 525 065 038 008 280 674 722 400 162 052 335 497 341 918 721 885 890 032 349 567 612 838 492 925 784 32.0 29.3 34.3 885 37 26 68 72 45 26 58 65 72 71 65 50 42 38 39 66 38 456 18 12 33 35 21 13 29 33 37 36 32 25 22 20 21 37 25 566 686 222 508 961 403 791 220 018 721 227 218 294 655 114 663 509 356 971 487 766 736 228 730 440 509 966 127 788 485 491 118 231 465 397 007 32.9 31.7 34.0

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak a language other than English 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Do not speak English " very well" 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over 3 231 113 23 80 5 3 37 8 26 1 1 5 3 115 10 1 6 1 958 75 14 54 3 2 24 4 17 1 3 1 880 7 1 4 351 16 2 12 714 529 382 475 945 727 5 495 892 4 033 330 240 1 606 58 11 42 2 1 19 4 13 859 38 7 28 1 989 801 411 707 734 949 12 663 2 419 9 150 691 403 102 343 3 273 597 2 239 325 112 1 004 174 672 132 26 173 101 463 270 46 147 68 9 644 16 3 11 384 432 985 507 539 401 5 679 1 421 4 015 102 141 1 273 38 8 25 2 1 12 3 8 76 415 2 885 445 2 058 230 152 926 92 703 67 64 192 70 836 359 89 205 34 31 265 8 1 5 884 362 692 840 489 341 2 800 601 1 992 98 109 821 21 5 13 1 658 548 979 888 007 674 7 425 2 181 4 595 378 271

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN HOUSEHOLD
Linguistically isolated households Persons 5 years and over in households In linguistically isolated households 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over 972 314 070 1 819 333 1 188 128 170 2 863 1 566 035 5 240 988 3 643 386 223 2 104 837 156 3 853 698 2 699 294 162 586 627 416 1 117 244 797 24 52 1 756 1 235 821 3 131 657 2 022 203 249 467 254 745 774 109 553 57 55 832 810 404 1 457 313 909 87 148

DISABILITY STATUS OF CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
Males 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Females 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Males 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Females 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Males 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Females 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation 1 037 62 27 5 49 100 40 54 937 823 1 145 71 31 5 54 98 26 62 1 047 760 104 15 10 10 140 25 18 15 45 13 10 8 89 34 30 19 696 466 052 732 419 308 252 138 388 575 736 359 818 165 598 532 066 238 204 987 829 970 578 884 234 241 338 120 464 042 625 290 583 867 508 226 644 34 15 3 26 57 24 29 587 520 704 39 18 3 30 57 16 34 647 474 58 8 5 5 78 13 9 8 25 7 5 4 50 19 17 10 639 113 022 331 760 186 860 300 453 834 309 828 330 063 059 180 449 726 129 148 484 416 540 694 525 733 919 104 022 097 872 508 680 302 011 628 107 253 6 477 2 767 755 5 281 8 859 3 612 4 784 98 394 82 529 126 442 8 072 3 156 636 6 681 10 134 2 971 6 180 116 308 85 314 11 554 1 931 1 180 1 334 17 796 3 016 2 149 1 852 5 587 1 543 1 246 1 011 13 979 5 067 4 305 2 960 537 27 12 2 21 48 21 24 489 438 577 31 15 2 23 47 13 28 530 388 46 6 4 4 60 10 7 6 19 5 4 3 36 14 12 7 386 636 255 576 479 327 248 516 059 305 867 756 174 427 378 046 478 546 821 834 930 485 360 360 729 717 770 252 435 554 626 497 701 235 706 668 280 13 5 1 10 23 10 11 256 231 312 16 7 1 12 24 7 13 288 214 23 3 2 2 31 5 3 3 9 2 2 1 17 6 6 3 215 466 753 244 589 553 996 222 662 774 667 128 590 326 049 253 678 986 414 315 436 146 130 168 372 396 923 096 253 595 180 576 709 828 087 634 33 981 1 601 864 146 1 220 3 159 1 171 1 828 30 822 26 889 36 194 2 227 1 246 151 1 534 3 646 927 2 401 32 548 24 033 3 610 417 282 302 5 280 1 014 718 601 1 768 515 447 349 4 028 1 499 1 348 833 223 12 5 1 9 21 9 11 201 179 229 13 6 9 19 4 12 209 150 19 2 1 1 24 4 3 2 8 2 1 1 14 5 5 3 190 569 638 186 670 615 081 466 575 642 006 401 338 950 795 147 873 159 859 486 884 922 948 890 077 307 129 555 414 444 999 572 964 908 271 201 393 28 12 2 22 43 15 24 349 302 441 31 13 2 24 41 9 27 400 286 46 7 5 5 61 11 8 7 20 5 4 3 38 15 13 8 057 353 030 401 659 122 392 838 935 741 427 531 488 102 539 352 617 512 075 839 345 554 038 190 709 508 419 016 442 945 753 782 903 565 497 598 23 666 1 232 454 99 1 019 2 170 755 1 076 21 496 17 861 27 595 1 242 538 60 976 1 906 469 1 162 25 689 17 919 3 563 315 163 229 4 987 733 515 455 1 568 305 230 191 3 096 986 860 543 74 654 5 712 2 700 511 4 515 8 826 3 061 5 179 65 828 56 371 91 034 7 144 2 902 467 5 586 9 379 2 165 6 260 81 655 59 215 9 630 1 595 1 026 1 097 14 704 2 947 2 299 1 630 4 638 1 239 1 001 708 10 345 4 171 3 573 2 395 265 19 8 1 15 28 10 17 236 205 286 21 9 1 16 27 6 18 259 186 28 5 3 3 36 7 5 4 12 4 3 2 22 9 8 5 142 858 071 557 982 948 092 167 194 660 564 145 099 383 542 093 133 407 471 452 861 160 518 476 950 068 062 450 902 084 276 707 955 534 290 146

64

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 64 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 35.

Fertility and Household and Family Composition: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Total In central city Total

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area

Inside urbanized area

Rural

Total

Place of 10,000 or more

Place of 2,500 to 9,999

Rural

FERTILITY
Women 15 to 24 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 25 to 34 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 35 to 44 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women No children 1 child 2 children 3 children 4 children 5 or more children Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women 272 813 94 935 348 62 905 56 801 903 300 292 423 558 1 410 232 587 369 774 1 590 268 523 549 420 2 046 37 847 49 788 95 975 53 123 19 678 12 112 244 467 524 521 2 146 3 486 703 3 370 963 935 575 703 931 231 644 323 208 135 731 187 477 722 261 1 097 387 199 480 93 052 115 740 2.68 3.16 169 869 53 593 315 39 089 32 940 843 188 095 248 952 1 324 146 872 222 300 1 514 165 508 323 330 1 954 25 323 31 657 60 133 31 745 10 772 5 878 151 217 310 937 2 056 2 113 044 2 034 626 564 594 430 656 133 938 204 770 88 000 116 770 442 705 652 229 106 289 64 039 78 418 2.64 3.13 39 416 11 212 284 5 108 3 999 783 34 064 39 829 1 169 21 527 30 206 1 403 25 964 46 765 1 801 5 869 5 112 7 642 4 606 1 699 1 036 21 477 42 327 1 971 377 340 87 55 31 54 21 33 57 100 23 16 37 855 181 367 794 573 293 230 063 983 271 630 637 674 2.40 3.08 130 453 42 381 325 33 981 28 941 852 154 031 209 123 1 358 125 345 192 094 1 533 139 544 276 565 1 982 19 454 26 545 52 491 27 139 9 073 4 842 129 740 268 610 2 070 1 735 189 1 694 445 477 227 374 862 102 365 150 477 66 770 83 707 384 722 551 958 82 659 47 402 40 744 2.70 3.14 69 882 23 482 336 19 161 15 889 829 88 675 114 117 1 287 70 688 104 575 1 479 75 069 145 437 1 937 11 123 14 676 27 757 14 578 4 617 2 318 69 451 141 294 2 034 932 909 254 195 59 90 40 50 200 292 41 29 22 048 182 258 026 232 511 498 013 949 900 150 414 866 2.64 3.10 8 488 3 223 380 1 891 1 792 948 8 826 12 172 1 379 6 744 10 576 1 568 7 670 15 005 1 956 1 102 1 618 2 747 1 439 439 325 6 879 14 173 2 060 109 109 30 22 7 12 4 7 22 33 5 4 967 087 200 421 779 427 781 646 963 225 844 428 880 2.56 3.05 52 083 15 676 301 12 929 11 260 871 56 530 82 834 1 465 47 913 76 943 1 606 56 805 116 123 2 044 7 229 10 251 21 987 11 122 4 017 2 199 53 410 113 143 2 118 693 676 192 157 35 47 21 26 160 225 35 13 16 174 176 769 415 354 539 491 048 810 833 665 560 998 2.81 3.19 102 944 41 342 402 23 816 23 861 1 002 112 197 174 606 1 556 85 715 147 474 1 721 103 015 226 090 2 195 12 524 18 131 35 842 21 378 8 906 6 234 93 250 213 584 2 290 1 373 659 1 336 337 370 981 273 275 97 706 118 438 47 731 70 707 279 556 445 158 93 191 29 013 37 322 2.73 3.20 7 785 2 476 318 1 083 1 060 979 6 629 8 998 1 357 4 471 6 963 1 557 5 279 10 140 1 921 976 1 130 1 591 959 370 253 4 684 9 460 2 020 81 76 21 14 6 10 3 6 15 21 4 2 5 924 345 388 947 441 274 958 316 675 592 619 797 579 2.41 2.96 21 980 10 797 491 5 071 5 584 1 101 23 775 38 284 1 610 17 185 30 678 1 785 20 381 45 067 2 211 2 882 3 345 6 705 4 128 2 029 1 292 17 699 41 079 2 321 288 277 76 50 25 29 10 19 51 91 21 6 11 577 425 243 651 592 952 619 333 912 441 164 713 152 2.61 3.16 64 679 24 807 384 15 158 15 130 998 71 093 112 830 1 587 55 668 97 360 1 749 69 273 154 443 2 229 7 504 12 202 24 647 14 545 6 055 4 320 63 378 147 133 2 322 885 874 242 184 58 66 27 38 187 298 62 15 11 566 298 697 087 610 731 911 820 521 854 513 982 268 2.83 3.26

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
All persons In households Family householder Male Female Nonfamily householder Male Female Spouse Child Other relatives Nonrelatives In group quarters Persons per household Persons per family

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
Families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Married-couple families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Female householder, no husband present With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Subfamilies With own children under 18 years Married-couple subfamilies With own children under 18 years Mother-child subfamilies Persons under 18 years Percent living with two parents 935 454 199 725 344 157 171 94 35 49 46 6 2 35 922 575 898 384 429 292 970 778 241 320 685 021 227 563 819 048 66.3 564 277 124 445 213 100 97 53 20 26 24 3 1 18 545 594 141 621 051 569 817 097 588 032 222 014 678 470 386 201 68.9 87 39 18 58 24 12 24 13 5 5 5 367 912 972 335 700 471 964 713 881 699 401 539 241 4 376 85 367 51.4 477 237 105 386 188 88 72 39 14 20 18 3 1 14 459 227 229 649 716 869 346 133 875 151 523 613 139 229 010 834 72.2 258 664 125 138 129 239 377 020 246 881 977 481 577 6 831 245 855 70.8 254 128 60 202 99 49 42 25 9 9 8 1 30 13 5 23 10 4 5 3 1 1 1 200 797 961 310 160 430 794 101 322 420 317 180 77 1 000 27 263 64.3 769 768 563 268 580 677 962 754 583 222 319 478 575 6 179 186 716 75.2 192 94 39 161 79 34 23 11 3 9 8 1 370 177 74 280 130 57 74 40 15 23 22 2 1 17 376 981 757 763 378 723 153 681 653 288 463 007 549 093 433 847 62.6 388 869 020 594 651 523 897 882 353 075 002 110 37 803 18 188 56.4 21 8 4 15 5 2 4 2 1 1 1 243 284 211 003 858 551 821 066 090 353 070 545 262 4 004 79 534 52.9 76 36 16 52 22 10 20 12 5 5 5 242 118 47 188 91 38 43 22 7 15 14 1 697 108 524 448 263 412 591 628 685 737 714 749 726 11 647 250 780 65.5

UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS
Total Male and female Both male Both female 32 890 31 823 467 600 21 269 20 508 381 380 4 606 4 393 142 71 16 663 16 115 239 309 10 162 9 841 171 150 992 978 7 7 5 509 5 296 61 152 11 621 11 315 86 220 1 055 1 027 – 28 2 783 2 698 33 52 6 529 6 354 44 131

SELECTED LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Households With one or more subfamilies With related members 15 years and over other than spouse, children, parents, or parents-in-law of householder With roomer, boarder, or foster child 15 years and over 1 258 783 46 987 69 446 8 044 769 364 24 809 38 897 5 671 141 660 5 397 8 704 1 465 627 704 19 412 30 193 4 206 344 769 9 481 15 701 2 720 42 627 1 307 2 168 326 240 308 8 624 12 324 1 160 489 419 22 178 30 549 2 373 31 662 990 1 637 164 106 195 4 923 6 965 536 309 428 15 019 20 274 1 415

LABOR FORCE STATUS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
Married-couple families Husband employed or in Armed Forces Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Wife not in labor force Husband unemployed Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Wife not in labor force Husband not in labor force Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Wife not in labor force Female householder, no husband present Employed or in Armed Forces Unemployed Not in labor force 725 566 386 16 163 11 7 1 3 147 37 1 108 171 100 10 61 429 558 836 502 220 298 267 020 011 573 036 608 929 778 041 037 700 445 357 242 9 105 6 4 1 81 20 59 97 60 5 31 051 168 876 106 186 322 081 512 729 561 791 800 970 097 380 238 479 58 44 30 1 12 335 388 372 162 854 840 517 55 268 107 954 160 993 964 646 756 562 386 312 212 7 92 5 3 1 68 17 49 72 45 3 22 716 780 504 944 332 482 564 457 461 454 837 640 977 133 734 482 917 202 166 112 4 49 2 1 33 8 24 42 28 2 12 138 022 325 113 584 738 799 241 698 378 476 318 584 377 357 008 012 23 310 17 993 12 339 422 5 232 342 179 45 118 4 975 1 186 40 3 749 5 794 3 151 418 2 225 161 128 87 3 37 2 1 30 8 21 23 14 1 8 268 765 840 409 516 402 586 171 645 101 175 282 644 962 226 056 680 280 209 143 7 58 4 3 1 66 16 48 74 39 4 30 378 390 960 396 034 976 186 508 282 012 245 808 959 681 661 799 221 15 594 10 452 7 322 327 2 803 215 151 25 39 4 927 821 48 4 058 4 897 2 587 385 1 925 52 38 26 1 10 1 003 333 293 368 672 119 755 72 292 551 079 153 319 821 851 630 340 188 142 98 5 38 3 2 42 11 31 43 23 2 18 448 529 895 128 506 242 038 366 838 677 013 542 122 591 089 417 085

13 2 9 24 14 1 8

12 3 9 20 10 1 8

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 36.

School Enrollment and Educational Attainment: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Total In central city Total

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area

Inside urbanized area

Rural

Total

Place of 10,000 or more

Place of 2,500 to 9,999

Rural

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school Preprimary school Public school Elementary or high school Public school College Public college Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Percent enrolled in school: 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college Male Female 913 55 33 642 600 214 173 913 33 477 143 75 79 53 50 010 140 476 937 069 933 994 010 796 467 089 862 417 175 204 559 34 18 374 346 149 118 559 21 280 82 49 56 36 31 111 686 588 942 842 483 954 111 309 792 955 377 413 714 551 109 6 3 57 51 46 34 109 4 42 12 14 20 9 6 800 159 462 514 367 127 909 800 149 313 412 909 597 262 158 449 28 15 317 295 103 84 449 17 238 70 34 35 27 25 311 527 126 428 475 356 045 311 160 479 543 468 816 452 393 238 16 7 165 151 57 43 238 9 126 35 16 18 17 14 972 566 995 274 999 132 914 972 868 036 669 571 553 364 911 29 1 1 19 18 8 7 29 1 14 4 2 4 1 1 328 811 053 047 303 470 507 328 202 152 320 062 219 842 531 181 10 6 133 125 37 32 181 6 98 30 15 13 8 8 011 150 078 107 173 754 624 011 090 291 554 835 044 246 951 353 20 14 267 253 65 55 353 12 196 60 26 23 16 18 899 454 888 995 227 450 040 899 487 675 134 485 004 461 653 21 830 1 118 625 12 475 11 228 8 237 6 624 21 830 816 9 074 2 644 3 346 3 579 1 124 1 247 36.1 92.5 92.0 80.0 47.8 8.9 3.2 11 678 52.6 50.7 54.2 73 4 3 54 52 14 11 73 2 40 11 5 4 3 4 406 529 454 828 668 049 469 406 756 706 779 298 866 778 223 229 12 9 181 171 35 30 229 7 132 41 15 11 8 11 565 698 481 729 615 138 309 565 733 122 807 819 846 947 291

33.2 93.4 92.0 62.4 28.8 8.9 3.2 397 065 30.7 27.8 33.7

34.6 93.4 92.2 64.9 31.8 9.7 3.4 253 214 34.2 30.8 37.6

41.4 92.9 90.6 72.1 49.1 13.7 3.8 62 601 51.3 47.8 54.5

33.3 93.5 92.4 62.2 26.5 8.9 3.3 190 613 28.6 25.7 31.6

34.4 93.3 92.0 60.3 24.1 9.7 3.7 104 611 25.5 22.0 29.3

37.3 94.0 94.1 63.2 43.5 10.5 2.9 12 964 41.8 46.2 37.0

31.0 93.6 92.7 64.3 26.9 7.3 2.8 73 038 30.5 27.3 33.9

31.0 93.3 91.7 58.3 23.4 7.5 2.9 143 851 24.5 22.3 26.8

32.5 92.9 90.3 47.5 22.0 8.4 3.2 33 285 21.6 20.9 22.3

29.5 93.4 92.1 59.0 20.3 6.5 2.7 85 011 21.5 19.0 23.9

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 to 19 years 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 226 170 58 11 100 55 29 16 2 4 26 11 4 10 257 364 139 314 007 893 463 431 462 296 430 001 129 859 136 104 38 6 58 32 16 9 1 2 15 6 2 6 573 151 629 446 550 422 877 785 293 269 545 768 289 145 29 23 7 1 13 6 4 1 939 101 817 486 391 838 004 252 193 401 2 834 848 544 1 241 106 81 30 4 45 25 12 8 1 1 12 5 1 4 634 050 812 960 159 584 873 533 100 868 711 920 745 904 53 40 16 2 21 13 6 4 459 062 251 506 186 397 889 192 539 882 6 508 2 969 937 2 466 6 274 4 869 1 975 406 2 488 1 405 552 436 51 58 853 375 134 344 46 36 12 2 21 10 5 3 901 119 586 048 485 782 432 905 510 928 5 350 2 576 674 2 094 89 66 19 4 41 23 12 6 1 2 10 4 1 4 684 213 510 868 457 471 586 646 169 027 885 233 840 714 6 106 5 077 1 540 357 3 180 1 029 425 258 60 107 604 241 134 229 20 13 3 1 8 6 4 1 111 171 659 109 085 940 367 280 328 453 2 573 888 495 1 114 57 43 12 3 27 13 6 4 1 7 2 1 3 284 369 369 075 873 915 827 669 705 350 088 881 132 063

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 18 to 24 years High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Master’s degree Professional school degree Doctorate degree Females 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Master’s degree Professional school degree Doctorate degree Persons 25 years and over Percent: Less than 5th grade High school graduate or higher Male Female Some college or higher Bachelor’s degree or higher Male Female Males 25 to 34 years Percent: High school graduate or higher Bachelor’s degree or higher Females 25 to 34 years Percent: High school graduate or higher Bachelor’s degree or higher 397 136 138 25 2 167 80 214 392 639 342 82 54 243 81 24 11 1 152 38 115 217 358 175 45 30 117 43 7 2 2 167 065 695 677 343 590 574 593 093 358 965 579 595 161 311 788 573 133 733 393 163 540 727 259 421 457 435 447 558 590 253 81 95 19 1 314 39 114 219 373 225 53 37 168 56 17 9 693 19 61 121 209 115 29 20 79 30 5 1 1 314 214 592 413 908 629 632 310 917 249 583 220 104 693 523 314 084 814 544 434 076 213 987 338 521 554 133 029 985 629 601 546 654 634 887 822 297 620 426 002 664 110 763 338 227 618 280 892 369 575 372 823 471 689 143 626 531 789 229 887 3.8 71.4 72.8 70.3 49.5 26.5 30.1 23.6 33 613 82.4 30.9 34 064 84.5 31.3 62 15 30 6 229 8 19 37 50 39 7 6 38 13 6 2 127 4 11 21 29 21 4 3 20 7 1 190 66 64 13 1 084 30 95 182 322 186 45 30 129 43 11 6 566 14 50 99 179 94 24 16 59 22 3 1 1 084 613 046 759 274 742 810 013 297 823 581 556 994 930 185 087 466 534 652 065 501 841 164 867 832 411 507 498 196 742 611 739 946 302 582 360 352 651 152 043 396 362 062 809 319 076 966 861 238 171 672 041 065 430 907 297 402 882 581 582 2.3 76.7 78.3 75.3 48.5 21.4 24.5 18.5 89 551 85.3 23.4 88 675 87.2 24.9 104 36 34 9 581 13 38 83 164 113 25 19 85 27 7 4 304 6 21 47 91 57 14 10 38 14 2 12 3 4 1 69 2 8 13 19 9 2 1 7 3 964 848 969 152 740 561 797 269 069 637 495 479 923 104 504 902 218 360 917 701 470 118 337 770 785 502 149 109 740 038 459 844 820 420 889 864 377 602 901 665 153 945 272 264 488 350 431 910 629 699 005 465 632 719 708 947 205 433 420 3.4 65.8 65.2 66.4 33.6 12.5 14.0 11.0 56 936 74.8 12.7 56 530 81.6 14.0 73 25 24 2 433 14 47 85 139 63 17 10 36 12 3 1 223 6 23 44 76 32 9 5 16 6 143 55 43 5 852 40 100 172 266 117 29 17 74 24 7 2 458 19 53 96 149 59 15 9 37 13 2 851 103 264 435 961 942 283 176 109 382 359 491 468 788 474 489 319 189 959 087 327 740 921 900 903 302 418 573 852 961 4.8 63.3 63.5 63.1 32.1 12.8 13.9 11.8 107 455 75.2 11.6 112 197 79.1 13.1 11 678 2 887 5 883 677 52 058 1 877 4 719 7 838 12 611 8 901 1 945 1 279 8 916 2 581 1 040 351 29 123 1 047 2 677 4 622 7 778 4 828 1 195 790 4 480 1 329 313 64 52 058 3.6 72.3 73.5 71.3 48.0 24.8 29.2 21.2 5 987 78.7 21.7 6 629 80.7 22.1 33 13 10 1 175 8 19 34 51 24 5 3 17 6 2 99 4 11 20 29 13 3 1 9 3 285 248 134 352 758 746 676 523 708 994 879 591 756 214 067 604 374 836 534 674 746 172 373 985 671 636 591 156 758 85 33 21 2 549 28 72 119 180 65 18 9 37 12 3 1 292 12 37 64 99 34 9 5 19 6 1 011 819 789 681 775 743 238 337 077 849 581 989 775 564 351 271 075 535 777 855 517 007 929 881 182 900 183 309 549 775 5.2 59.9 59.2 60.6 27.2 10.0 10.6 9.4 66 646 71.8 8.6 71 093 78.1 10.7

38 1 4 7 11 5 1 3 1

69

175

3.7 68.3 68.9 67.8 38.8 16.6 18.7 14.8 296 242 79.1 17.8 300 292 82.6 19.0

3.0 71.6 72.3 70.9 43.2 19.1 21.7 16.8 188 787 81.3 21.4 188 095 84.8 22.5

2.8 71.6 72.2 71.0 41.8 17.6 20.1 15.3 155 174 81.0 19.4 154 031 84.8 20.5

3.7 64.7 66.2 63.4 37.3 17.8 21.9 14.5 8 687 77.4 21.5 8 826 81.8 18.9

5.0 64.2 66.1 62.7 34.8 15.2 16.5 14.1 21 356 75.4 14.0 23 775 77.8 15.3

66

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 37.

Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Veteran Status: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Total In central city Total

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area

Inside urbanized area

Rural

Total

Place of 10,000 or more

Place of 2,500 to 9,999

Rural

PLACE OF BIRTH AND NATIVITY
All persons Native Born in State of residence Born in a different State Northeast Midwest South West Born abroad Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area U.S. Virgin Islands American Samoa Guam Northern Marianas Born abroad of American parents Foreign born 3 3 2 1 486 436 385 023 212 164 589 57 27 2 1 703 739 744 146 076 090 953 027 849 731 372 353 51 700 29 23 746 49 964 2 113 044 2 076 224 1 367 276 689 334 132 797 115 457 401 071 40 009 19 614 2 159 978 235 51 519 24 16 477 36 820 1 958 430 1 030 858 908 268 474 884 433 384 167 900 265 484 46 018 39 610 155 512 24 344 570 603 18 131 … … … 1 030 949 793 155 120 22 7 3 2 197 835 911 924 695 479 656 068 026 1.10 12 470 10 645 29 115 10 18 1 653 1 977 2 859 31 684 9 318 22 054 175 145 121 24 19 3 1 377 369 254 111 24 17 62 6 3 855 361 267 584 328 890 709 657 510 381 173 66 – 91 – 2 956 8 494 714 583 011 505 506 573 933 917 763 750 503 68 119 4 933 … … … 383 997 262 735 134 461 211 422 507 1.10 6 643 5 632 14 7 7 – 983 316 1 335 16 444 1 899 2 749 854 803 672 131 101 19 6 2 1 1 735 189 1 706 863 1 113 009 577 750 108 469 97 567 338 362 33 352 16 104 1 778 805 169 51 428 24 13 521 28 326 1 606 868 724 374 349 135 214 36 31 126 19 716 275 257 379 878 327 551 101 847 762 841 502 484 13 198 … … … 814 838 649 189 561 018 445 646 519 1.10 5 827 5 013 15 108 3 18 670 1 661 1 524 15 240 7 419 19 305 473 441 375 66 53 9 2 1 932 911 530 368 72 66 205 23 11 1 048 143 608 827 649 446 904 828 708 463 591 131 27 323 16 9 654 20 905 989 877 061 045 016 759 257 536 773 089 859 462 390 10 199 … … … 451 845 159 686 122 125 794 104 541 1.09 4 512 3 835 8 72 1 8 588 1 142 1 043 8 485 3 870 12 554 50 47 38 9 6 1 109 108 77 30 5 5 18 1 967 362 131 729 828 050 553 298 502 6 8 – – 8 – 488 1 605 343 340 295 585 710 503 207 268 681 609 649 – – 708 … … … 598 701 671 030 637 474 473 208 238 1.12 119 93 – – – 8 18 73 194 1 308 441 762 330 314 258 55 41 8 3 1 693 687 505 178 29 26 113 8 3 174 358 270 194 992 071 905 226 894 309 206 38 24 97 8 3 379 5 816 384 058 901 749 152 065 087 297 393 064 333 40 94 2 291 … … … 765 292 819 473 802 419 178 334 740 1.11 1 196 1 085 7 36 2 2 64 446 287 5 447 3 108 5 989 606 562 440 121 83 21 8 4 3 1 373 659 1 360 515 1 018 468 333 812 79 279 48 633 188 882 17 018 8 235 572 394 118 – 181 5 7 269 13 144 1 273 767 494 281 213 80 132 31 17 70 12 109 280 588 160 428 464 964 274 873 947 870 265 354 10 622 … … … 159 074 789 285 708 044 979 343 211 1.14 5 622 4 182 12 25 40 165 1 198 949 1 739 18 854 7 610 9 311 35 32 25 6 4 81 80 50 29 9 5 12 1 924 376 125 742 554 988 988 212 509 42 10 10 – – – 457 1 548 415 584 168 433 735 352 383 785 344 832 422 48 23 592 … … … 429 069 794 275 648 949 412 179 87 1.12 417 28 – – – 109 280 60 203 1 552 394 734 122 109 85 23 16 4 1 288 285 206 77 18 11 43 4 1 577 631 382 686 456 388 340 502 563 125 111 23 – 75 – 1 327 2 946 884 472 418 709 709 587 122 411 518 995 198 47 32 1 915 … … … 783 306 631 675 212 212 883 746 622 1.14 1 497 973 – – 12 8 504 135 394 8 338 1 773 1 340 389 366 283 82 56 14 6 3 2 885 879 708 167 36 20 104 7 3 566 889 158 849 012 490 338 009 882 293 225 80 – 70 5 3 364 5 677 658 240 393 204 189 589 600 108 867 679 946 161 106 2 758 … … … 482 734 822 912 266 662 295 299 390 1.15 3 322 2 983 12 25 16 40 246 409 585 7 075 4 846 6 511

RESIDENCE IN 1985
Persons 5 years and over Same house Different house in the United States Same county Different county Same State Different State Northeast Midwest South West Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Elsewhere 3 231 539 1 798 138 1 402 856 756 044 646 812 248 364 398 448 77 292 57 483 226 459 37 214 835 957 28 753 1 636 356 1 569 250 67 106 1 636 356 1 511 909 1 234 700 277 209 204 403 43 523 16 635 7 411 5 237 1.11 18 092 14 827 41 140 50 183 2 851 2 926 4 598 50 538 16 928 31 365 1 604 991 260 278 307 332 281 144 574 476 434 874 328 305 20.5 55.8 538 184 468 801 351 162 184 100 83 32 50 9 7 28 4 859 418 430 205 225 77 147 25 22 84 14 102 58 43 22 20 9 11 2 1 6 644 391 250 146 104 48 56 8 7 36 4 76 35 40 20 19 7 12 3 2 5 265 145 118 66 51 15 36 7 4 19 4 821 541 277 170 107 50 56 14 6 31 3

PLACE OF WORK
Workers 16 years and over Worked in area of residence Worked outside area of residence

MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION AND CARPOOLING
Workers 16 years and over Car, truck, or van Drove alone Carpooled 2-person carpool 3-person carpool 4-person carpool 5- or 6-person carpool 7-or-more-person carpool Persons per car, truck, or van Public transportation Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car Subway or elevated Railroad Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home

TRAVEL TIME TO WORK AND DEPARTURE TIME
Workers who did not work at home Minutes to work: Less than 10 minutes 10 to 14 minutes 15 to 19 minutes 20 to 29 minutes 30 to 44 minutes 45 or more minutes Mean travel time to work (minutes) Workers traveling 45 or more minutes Departure time: 6:00 to 6:59 a.m. 7:00 to 7:59 a.m. 8:00 to 8:59 a.m. All other times 1 008 143 144 166 198 229 189 80 717 407 270 125 555 069 20.5 54.4 342 840 538 423 172 634 38 38 36 29 20 8 268 914 827 785 460 380 16.7 57.3 004 069 458 103 835 509 106 127 161 199 169 71 449 493 443 340 095 689 21.3 54.1 338 771 080 320 460 897 59 76 97 113 83 29 711 524 478 676 684 824 20.1 54.7 579 081 865 372 49 836 11 8 7 9 9 3 907 310 097 407 322 793 19.1 53.5 851 262 834 889 324 776 34 42 56 76 76 38 831 659 868 257 089 072 23.3 53.7 908 428 381 059 596 848 115 112 109 103 91 64 857 069 164 749 773 236 20.4 57.6 196 344 930 378 34 695 11 9 6 3 2 2 010 059 354 786 334 152 14.9 57.2 921 145 061 568 121 443 36 25 19 16 13 9 523 995 209 416 351 949 17.0 57.0 218 019 533 673 382 971 52 62 70 74 72 49 969 182 989 926 162 743 22.8 57.5 155 536 429 851

338 547 256 462

204 349 171 282

25 53 37 57

179 296 134 225

93 162 81 123

9 17 7 14

75 117 44 87

134 197 84 180

4 10 8 11

25 39 18 38

93 129 48 111

VETERAN STATUS
Male civilian veterans Percent of civilian males 16 years and over Female civilian veterans Percent of civilian females 16 years and over 364 206 30.0 17 485 1.3 381 57 34 30 113 15 37 44 8 101 691 445 570 104 019 401 604 820 863 334 401 2 804 231 329 31.0 11 374 1.3 242 37 22 20 75 9 25 28 5 58 703 959 923 183 557 863 087 257 629 356 177 1 818 36 466 28.0 1 872 1.2 38 6 4 3 10 1 3 4 1 11 338 428 060 551 096 122 405 272 074 623 29 289 194 863 31.7 9 502 1.4 204 31 18 16 65 8 21 23 4 46 365 531 863 632 461 741 682 985 555 733 148 1 529 109 984 34.5 6 606 1.8 116 20 13 11 37 6 11 12 2 24 590 991 111 734 321 176 170 559 942 591 50 790 11 776 29.7 445 1.0 12 221 1 318 710 581 3 328 332 1 363 1 603 243 3 887 41 106 73 103 28.4 2 451 .9 75 9 5 4 24 2 9 9 1 18 554 222 042 317 812 233 149 823 370 255 57 633 132 877 28.4 6 111 1.1 138 19 11 9 37 5 12 16 3 42 988 486 647 921 462 538 517 563 234 978 224 986 8 945 30.7 392 1.1 9 337 888 533 428 1 967 247 647 1 289 347 3 861 22 69 27 855 30.9 1 557 1.3 29 4 2 2 7 1 2 3 412 471 827 363 247 322 445 265 809 9 602 71 180 81 851 26.2 3 171 .9 85 11 6 5 24 2 8 10 1 25 022 313 402 453 349 821 288 514 651 316 124 646

PERIOD OF SERVICE
Civilian veterans 16 years and over May 1975 or later service only September 1980 or later service only Served 2 or more years Vietnam era, no Korean conflict Vietnam era and Korean conflict February 1955 to July 1964 only Korean conflict, no World War II Korean conflict and World War II World War II, no Korean conflict World War I Other service

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 38.

Labor Force Characteristics: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Total In central city Total

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area

Inside urbanized area

Rural

Total

Place of 10,000 or more

Place of 2,500 to 9,999

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 years and over In labor force Percent of persons 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Females 16 years and over In labor force Percent of females 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Males 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Males 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 2 669 383 1 762 523 66.0 64 425 1 698 098 1 603 425 1 274 020 94 673 5.6 906 860 41 416 1 400 424 816 145 58.3 8 541 807 604 754 322 546 002 53 282 6.6 584 279 16 330 114 657 43 667 8 823 56 308 138 845 89 702 7 546 24 606 726 880 606 064 21 763 66 103 134 638 83 907 2 355 48 298 61 359 15 529 45 830 38 244 92 580 11 144 81 436 73 744 111 600 41 904 9 082 58 854 136 691 86 966 10 049 36 754 753 504 539 283 30 540 179 835 156 439 66 729 2 500 87 197 79 927 12 392 67 535 61 024 162 263 8 159 154 104 147 197 1 628 338 1 101 963 67.7 38 465 1 063 498 1 010 947 803 385 52 551 4.9 526 375 28 214 849 275 507 905 59.8 5 391 502 514 473 446 341 411 29 068 5.8 341 370 10 370 68 599 27 810 4 970 32 636 89 649 58 073 4 366 16 258 455 559 384 852 12 458 39 388 79 428 51 887 1 278 26 191 34 485 9 181 25 304 20 936 51 343 6 115 45 228 41 044 67 974 27 372 5 058 34 328 87 487 57 217 5 536 22 832 466 893 337 930 16 535 110 162 90 422 39 611 1 338 49 466 45 311 7 248 38 063 34 337 91 188 4 669 86 519 82 813 301 737 190 918 63.3 9 597 181 321 169 790 126 099 11 531 6.4 110 819 9 529 164 601 94 454 57.4 2 804 91 650 85 152 57 195 6 498 7.1 70 147 3 580 14 286 4 469 1 084 7 031 20 243 11 269 1 149 5 354 72 679 57 877 2 561 9 627 11 763 7 608 124 4 025 6 694 1 900 4 794 4 033 11 471 1 630 9 841 8 869 15 653 5 448 1 139 8 002 21 668 13 201 1 316 6 125 76 879 55 955 3 607 16 610 15 991 7 358 261 8 365 9 776 1 887 7 889 7 078 24 634 1 478 23 156 22 022 1 326 601 911 045 68.7 28 868 882 177 841 157 677 286 41 020 4.6 415 556 18 685 684 674 413 451 60.4 2 587 410 864 388 294 284 216 22 570 5.5 271 223 6 790 54 313 23 341 3 886 25 605 69 406 46 804 3 217 10 904 382 880 326 975 9 897 29 761 67 665 44 279 1 154 22 166 27 791 7 281 20 510 16 903 39 872 4 485 35 387 32 175 52 321 21 924 3 919 26 326 65 819 44 016 4 220 16 707 390 014 281 975 12 928 93 552 74 431 32 253 1 077 41 101 35 535 5 361 30 174 27 259 66 554 3 191 63 363 60 791 712 151 502 642 70.6 27 024 475 618 454 316 365 438 21 302 4.5 209 509 10 475 368 677 228 988 62.1 2 414 226 574 214 680 157 211 11 894 5.2 139 689 4 515 27 026 11 571 1 921 12 148 39 832 25 002 1 567 5 101 208 260 173 617 5 204 14 434 34 932 23 325 563 10 993 13 889 3 947 9 942 8 087 19 535 2 333 17 202 15 642 26 433 11 841 2 061 12 386 37 278 25 403 2 430 8 603 214 055 155 661 6 638 50 329 39 111 17 432 527 21 152 18 644 2 993 15 651 14 132 33 156 1 588 31 568 30 241 85 716 55 128 64.3 157 54 971 51 646 40 178 3 325 6.0 30 588 698 45 929 25 777 56.1 20 25 757 24 070 17 146 1 687 6.5 20 152 407 3 226 1 443 339 1 437 5 039 3 292 393 1 345 21 336 18 652 737 1 839 4 727 3 069 135 1 510 2 188 705 1 483 1 299 3 271 449 2 822 2 577 3 048 1 343 252 1 453 4 663 3 162 337 1 152 22 847 16 317 936 5 586 5 686 2 513 100 3 073 2 879 459 2 420 2 163 6 806 338 6 468 6 199 528 734 353 275 66.8 1 687 351 588 335 195 271 670 16 393 4.7 175 459 7 512 270 068 158 686 58.8 153 158 533 149 544 109 859 8 989 5.7 111 382 1 868 24 061 10 327 1 626 12 020 24 535 18 510 1 257 4 458 153 284 134 706 3 956 13 488 28 006 17 885 456 9 663 11 714 2 629 9 085 7 517 17 066 1 703 15 363 13 956 22 840 8 740 1 606 12 487 23 878 15 451 1 453 6 952 153 112 109 997 5 354 37 637 29 634 12 308 450 16 876 14 012 1 909 12 103 10 964 26 592 1 265 25 327 24 351 1 041 045 660 560 63.5 25 960 634 600 592 478 470 635 42 122 6.6 380 485 13 202 551 149 308 240 55.9 3 150 305 090 280 876 204 591 24 214 7.9 242 909 5 960 46 058 15 857 3 853 23 672 49 196 31 629 3 180 8 348 271 321 221 212 9 305 26 715 55 210 32 020 1 077 22 107 26 874 6 348 20 526 17 308 41 237 5 029 36 208 32 700 43 626 14 532 4 024 24 526 49 204 29 749 4 513 13 922 286 611 201 353 14 005 69 673 66 017 27 118 1 162 37 731 34 616 5 144 29 472 26 687 71 075 3 490 67 585 64 384 65 657 38 699 58.9 81 38 618 35 961 27 289 2 657 6.9 26 958 1 101 36 472 19 222 52.7 – 19 222 17 674 12 156 1 548 8.1 17 250 794 2 871 1 028 313 1 530 3 379 2 077 171 1 098 14 156 12 336 521 1 251 3 502 2 093 77 1 332 1 963 416 1 547 1 253 3 314 364 2 950 2 617 3 235 1 011 238 1 986 4 114 2 412 347 1 355 15 924 11 612 806 3 506 4 412 1 866 96 2 450 2 722 478 2 244 1 977 6 065 356 5 709 5 473 218 002 135 933 62.4 9 917 126 016 116 006 90 515 10 010 7.9 82 069 3 080 119 260 64 972 54.5 1 308 63 664 57 968 41 820 5 696 8.9 54 288 1 869 10 946 2 954 936 4 805 11 412 5 839 793 1 752 50 739 39 998 2 205 5 212 10 958 6 440 267 4 245 5 503 1 570 3 933 3 345 9 184 1 350 7 834 7 023 9 165 2 873 996 4 847 10 721 6 025 927 3 307 58 335 40 588 3 361 13 995 14 330 6 341 269 7 714 8 219 1 241 6 978 6 348 18 490 1 043 17 447 16 721 665 279 423 213 63.6 3 429 419 784 393 584 316 751 26 200 6.2 242 066 8 476 349 806 197 756 56.5 372 197 384 182 354 134 518 15 030 7.6 152 050 2 965 29 062 10 616 2 365 15 945 28 711 21 138 1 923 4 936 179 158 152 306 6 005 18 640 36 081 20 800 599 14 682 16 935 3 752 13 183 11 148 25 526 2 896 22 630 20 543 28 222 9 303 2 547 16 341 29 509 18 575 2 756 8 029 187 975 133 287 8 782 45 714 41 696 16 638 697 24 361 20 856 2 943 17 913 16 265 41 548 1 856 39 692 37 638

PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
Females 16 years and over own children under 6 years labor force own children 6 to 17 years only labor force Own children under 6 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children under 6 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours With In With In 1 400 216 144 255 199 living with two 205 005 127 742 77 043 living with one 90 943 60 839 36 646 living with two 406 594 286 634 187 759 living with one 172 358 133 920 94 014 94 201 75 978 55 314 22 442 17 821 11 603 71 759 58 157 43 711 41 003 33 290 24 714 5 614 4 274 3 207 25 142 20 593 15 790 78 157 57 942 38 700 4 234 3 030 1 904 20 639 15 040 9 797 47 896 35 860 24 196 245 404 170 996 111 683 27 470 19 176 11 775 217 934 151 820 99 908 110 338 76 236 49 237 11 704 8 254 5 432 95 892 67 330 45 239 161 190 115 638 76 076 6 901 4 910 3 111 27 834 20 347 12 957 114 399 82 447 55 128 49 821 34 805 21 299 13 477 9 030 4 898 36 344 25 775 16 401 20 825 14 813 9 458 3 027 2 091 1 192 12 492 8 871 5 751 41 122 26 034 15 347 2 805 1 975 1 079 11 759 7 079 4 046 23 896 15 322 9 212 130 433 79 373 48 029 16 370 10 507 5 853 114 063 68 866 42 176 63 672 37 605 22 928 5 836 3 609 2 126 44 555 27 652 17 122 74 572 48 369 29 014 3 350 2 219 1 240 14 265 9 156 5 272 49 765 33 067 20 318 424 672 048 570 316 849 132 87 151 118 275 365 416 741 246 164 20 14 21 17 601 975 231 489 012 684 111 73 130 101 674 390 185 252 234 368 62 40 67 52 677 719 758 627 794 45 6 4 7 6 929 234 244 761 151 270 42 28 54 42 068 437 183 864 289 551 84 56 103 81 149 307 632 829 070 36 4 3 4 3 472 602 235 940 820 119 18 12 20 16 260 420 001 415 140 349 53 36 70 55 806 764 893 945 435

68

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 68 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 39.

Occupation of Employed Persons: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Employed persons 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers Employed females 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers 1 603 353 163 7 42 190 30 19 8 29 78 55 456 18 36 182 46 44 91 39 219 7 53 26 10 200 8 26 8 165 65 45 33 8 20 221 71 85 63 337 143 54 49 47 16 73 15 27 754 179 68 3 23 110 4 1 1 26 59 46 295 15 11 94 17 13 63 33 173 5 53 24 4 127 8 4 114 44 22 4 1 3 21 2 2 15 126 75 26 6 6 1 16 6 425 660 295 418 788 365 375 980 622 960 211 679 249 350 056 118 026 645 447 302 725 793 817 449 165 890 648 343 932 899 264 122 595 686 720 207 234 717 713 824 124 825 656 591 688 531 845 886 322 006 197 283 519 809 604 766 490 070 417 938 653 542 774 504 071 824 609 592 833 278 179 135 649 588 357 844 767 387 458 078 963 351 459 062 970 966 067 050 282 676 916 830 171 005 823 302 1 010 247 113 5 31 133 24 16 6 21 50 34 307 12 26 120 29 32 57 23 147 5 36 17 7 124 5 17 5 102 41 26 13 2 9 135 44 53 37 181 71 29 30 29 9 41 8 15 473 122 47 2 17 75 3 1 1 18 38 29 196 10 8 60 10 9 39 20 116 3 36 15 3 77 4 3 69 27 12 2 1 11 2 1 7 62 36 12 4 4 8 3 Total 947 514 967 093 356 547 225 055 468 432 565 091 761 915 894 230 540 791 899 649 722 462 470 410 194 395 034 264 983 097 054 818 872 867 637 962 166 771 723 443 136 109 533 186 323 342 725 721 446 467 150 297 293 317 752 426 182 715 023 170 836 972 782 168 721 950 497 045 914 582 006 857 300 576 820 309 512 447 188 878 308 625 639 720 032 819 829 539 004 976 170 103 789 600 521 345 In central city 169 790 49 482 19 871 878 5 456 29 611 3 532 2 187 2 148 4 032 11 073 6 384 51 423 2 550 4 126 21 723 4 748 6 770 10 205 4 133 23 024 792 5 019 2 508 1 310 28 764 1 683 2 427 769 24 654 10 358 6 920 1 673 203 1 364 13 903 3 725 6 113 4 028 24 545 9 250 3 512 4 205 3 992 1 117 6 461 1 341 2 424 85 152 25 021 8 689 381 2 984 16 332 629 275 330 3 502 8 031 5 553 31 853 2 086 1 486 10 634 1 764 1 940 6 930 3 422 17 647 528 4 900 2 208 698 18 279 1 645 648 109 15 986 6 136 3 790 185 9 176 1 322 171 206 945 8 492 4 955 1 641 498 467 96 1 302 91 498 841 198 94 4 25 103 20 13 4 17 39 27 256 10 22 98 24 26 47 19 124 4 31 14 5 95 3 14 5 77 30 19 12 2 8 122 40 47 33 156 61 25 26 25 8 34 7 13 388 97 38 1 14 58 3 1 15 29 23 164 8 7 49 8 8 32 16 99 3 31 13 2 59 3 2 53 21 9 2 1 10 1 1 6 54 31 11 3 3 7 2 Total 157 032 096 215 900 936 693 868 320 400 492 707 338 365 768 507 792 021 694 516 698 670 451 902 884 631 351 837 214 443 696 898 199 664 273 059 441 658 695 898 886 597 328 194 206 881 384 297 294 446 461 916 309 985 123 151 852 213 992 617 983 886 296 534 957 010 567 623 267 054 106 649 602 297 175 661 403 461 052 088 123 616 463 398 861 613 884 047 049 335 672 636 693 298 430 847

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area 51 646 11 962 5 275 230 1 345 6 687 1 194 739 200 797 3 063 1 754 13 807 485 1 450 5 619 1 399 1 495 2 725 1 088 6 253 277 1 852 626 208 5 948 181 758 229 5 009 2 067 1 280 705 112 550 6 834 2 614 2 188 2 026 12 390 6 174 1 908 1 308 1 279 474 2 526 412 1 093 24 070 5 534 2 025 120 698 3 509 168 56 18 671 1 991 1 472 8 658 423 445 2 708 485 400 1 823 922 5 082 205 1 825 560 146 3 664 170 68 7 3 426 1 429 609 66 6 60 689 157 101 431 5 459 3 556 1 142 215 206 17 529 20 210 335 62 30 1 8 32 6 4 1 5 12 9 92 3 8 34 9 8 16 7 46 1 11 5 2 36 1 5 1 29 10 8 7 2 4 57 19 22 16 77 32 12 12 11 4 16 3 6 149 30 12 4 18

Inside urbanized area 454 123 58 2 16 64 13 8 2 11 23 16 149 6 13 58 14 16 28 10 71 2 17 8 3 53 1 9 3 42 17 9 3 3 57 18 23 15 66 23 10 12 12 3 15 3 6 214 60 24 1 9 36 1 9 17 13 95 5 4 29 5 5 19 9 56 1 17 7 1 32 1 1 28 11 4 316 298 315 696 471 983 222 932 872 437 489 315 750 224 124 517 294 173 050 948 885 488 932 496 495 343 787 032 193 524 846 748 790 409 007 501 761 142 494 634 507 943 766 092 477 941 282 184 680 990 240 225 038 750 988 682 622 977 921 947 663 293 235 334 113 046 175 224 801 500 726 698 342 130 674 673 274 783 592 361 644 121 516 048 886 857 271 205 681 423 677 669 289 135 194 221

Rural 195 772 506 289 084 266 277 197 248 166 940 638 781 656 194 371 099 353 919 480 560 905 667 780 181 340 383 047 792 910 783 870 704 143 716 724 066 328 175 874 205 746 254 823 255 414 690 020 544 922 196 571 573 726 967 413 212 565 080 198 662 170 616 492 359 564 569 477 384 349 555 391 114 503 331 920 122 252 031 118 413 489 887 661 818 655 182 383 812 770 780 761 387 634 216 416 592 106 49 2 11 56 6 3 2 8 27 21 148 5 9 61 16 11 33 15 72 2 17 9 2 76 3 9 2 63 24 18 19 5 11 85 27 31 25 156 71 25 19 18 7 32 7 12 280 56 21 6 35

Total 478 146 328 325 432 818 150 925 154 528 646 588 488 435 162 888 486 854 548 653 003 331 347 039 971 495 614 079 949 802 210 304 723 819 083 245 068 946 990 381 988 716 123 405 365 189 120 165 876 539 047 986 226 492 852 340 308 355 394 768 817 570 992 336 350 874 112 547 919 696 173 278 349 012 537 535 255 940 270 200 655 726 820 342 938 147 238 511 278 700 746 727 382 405 302 957

Place of 10,000 or more 35 961 8 992 4 310 153 1 019 4 682 586 304 207 684 1 826 1 124 10 492 415 658 4 969 1 324 1 490 2 155 928 4 450 59 1 097 586 146 5 346 270 423 131 4 653 2 124 1 044 405 69 291 3 886 954 1 658 1 274 6 840 3 006 1 085 651 552 346 1 752 205 668 17 674 4 539 1 913 65 501 2 626 101 38 43 604 1 322 971 6 720 345 266 2 575 541 603 1 431 788 3 534 37 1 072 545 60 3 252 248 96 14 2 908 1 275 506 38 – 38 534 80 63 391 2 591 1 552 551 88 88 13 387 10 99

Place of 2,500 to 9,999 116 006 24 893 11 194 645 2 424 13 699 1 169 801 621 1 841 7 227 5 767 30 164 1 100 1 549 13 458 3 794 2 227 7 437 3 356 14 057 428 3 496 1 687 512 16 785 983 1 993 710 13 809 4 868 4 066 1 995 356 1 259 13 699 4 143 5 147 4 396 28 470 13 254 4 892 3 296 3 153 1 135 5 893 1 275 2 230 57 968 13 159 4 655 300 1 252 8 504 169 88 77 1 551 5 576 4 657 20 142 926 589 7 721 1 468 691 5 562 2 840 10 906 297 3 447 1 505 162 11 007 947 291 47 9 769 3 420 2 110 304 53 229 1 595 179 227 1 189 11 761 7 198 2 713 528 520 43 1 279 102 547 393 60 27 1 6 32 3 2 1 5 16 12 92 3 6 36 9 6 19 9 47 1 11 5 2 46 2 5 1 38 13 11 16 5 8 61 20 22 18 115 53 18 14 13 5 22 5 8 182 33 12 3 20

Rural 584 782 868 378 782 914 837 424 074 239 144 832 756 398 255 041 625 514 902 685 062 670 215 798 031 696 182 834 883 680 607 786 610 346 995 692 207 371 886 048 900 698 094 663 592 764 184 617 354 059 129 568 947 930 491 161 152 557 592 574 153 876 990 834 555 011 268 452 453 243 144 362 031 134 163 022 156 949 194 950 214 667 468 477 615 660 183 317 626 950 958 947 319 464 190 208

4 10 8 60 3 2 17 3 2 11 6 37 1 11 5 1 23 1 21 8 4 1 4 3 28 16 5 1 1 3 1

7 21 17 98 4 2 34 6 3 24 13 56 1 17 8 1 50 3 1 44 17 9 2 1 9 1 7 63 39 13 2 2 7 2

4 12 10 62 2 1 19 3 2 14 8 37 1 11 5 1 31 2 1 27 10 5 2 1 6 5 47 29 9 1 1 5 2

5 3 20 10 4 1 1 3 1

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 69 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

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Table 40.

Industry of Employed Persons: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Employed persons 16 years and over Agriculture Forestry and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Chemicals and allied products Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Primary metal industries Fabricated metal industries, including ordnance Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation, communications, and other public utilities Air transportation Trucking service and warehousing Other transportation Communications Utilities and sanitary services Wholesale trade Retail trade General merchandise stores Food, bakery, and dairy stores Automotive dealers and gasoline stations Eating and drinking places Finance, insurance, and real estate Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Services Business services Repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Elementary and secondary schools and colleges Other educational services Social services, religious and membership organizations Legal, engineering, and other professional services Public administration Employed females 16 years and over Agriculture Forestry and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Chemicals and allied products Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Primary metal industries Fabricated metal industries, including ordnance Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation, communications, and other public utilities Air transportation Trucking service and warehousing Other transportation Communications Utilities and sanitary services Wholesale trade Retail trade General merchandise stores Food, bakery, and dairy stores Automotive dealers and gasoline stations Eating and drinking places Finance, insurance, and real estate Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Services Business services Repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Elementary and secondary schools and colleges Other educational services Social services, religious and membership organizations Legal, engineering, and other professional services Public administration 1 603 32 3 2 127 411 244 13 143 15 28 167 19 9 15 37 23 25 97 4 25 21 17 29 58 265 29 46 30 74 81 23 58 451 37 22 10 44 17 319 62 47 125 4 43 35 71 754 6 13 161 109 5 76 7 7 52 3 1 4 10 11 6 26 1 3 7 7 6 16 146 21 22 7 47 50 18 31 300 18 2 9 30 7 232 49 38 91 3 425 099 041 353 294 561 489 601 235 675 140 072 201 898 998 510 664 885 399 433 441 462 040 023 455 919 779 480 234 332 912 497 415 958 804 688 062 157 517 730 367 855 996 181 738 593 434 322 992 653 329 845 161 144 888 880 166 941 017 317 653 188 728 697 660 167 342 794 166 738 127 863 276 690 838 090 814 375 582 793 456 704 958 468 084 070 172 377 760 960 241 1 010 13 1 1 81 230 135 5 68 11 20 95 6 5 8 21 13 19 65 3 16 14 12 18 42 166 18 27 19 47 58 16 41 300 27 14 5 24 10 217 45 30 81 2 29 27 49 473 3 9 83 55 2 35 5 5 27 1 1 2 5 6 4 18 1 2 4 5 4 12 90 13 13 4 30 35 12 23 197 13 2 5 16 4 154 35 24 58 2 Total 947 454 411 322 373 571 473 914 847 150 110 098 719 626 991 686 222 619 098 527 873 480 001 217 544 828 709 532 377 970 221 258 963 883 766 903 792 241 430 751 782 559 843 939 292 336 242 446 207 369 174 806 596 661 330 083 014 797 935 274 105 230 789 311 320 483 081 664 790 853 095 571 446 698 049 525 120 672 670 002 714 878 280 424 755 597 780 817 295 468 255 In central city 169 790 1 602 202 142 9 976 26 670 15 960 1 191 7 030 2 291 1 879 10 710 654 622 1 005 2 120 1 524 2 155 9 037 471 2 117 2 340 1 978 2 131 6 388 30 439 2 904 3 956 2 671 11 360 11 055 2 730 8 325 66 124 5 580 1 540 1 884 5 282 2 190 49 648 10 017 6 524 18 896 866 6 7 8 85 126 219 155 152 303 80 12 348 974 032 544 544 116 705 942 120 104 248 540 841 11 1 1 71 203 119 4 61 8 18 84 6 5 7 19 11 17 56 3 14 12 10 16 36 136 15 23 16 36 47 13 33 234 22 13 3 18 8 168 35 24 62 2 23 20 41 388 2 8 73 48 1 31 3 5 24 1 1 1 5 Total 157 852 209 180 397 901 513 723 817 859 231 388 065 004 986 566 698 464 061 056 756 140 023 086 156 389 805 576 706 610 166 528 638 759 186 363 908 959 240 103 765 035 947 073 166 117 087 294 904 289 162 458 622 629 786 539 898 092 993 154 001 982 249

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area 51 646 712 17 57 3 493 16 253 10 773 255 7 263 604 1 057 5 480 227 282 464 1 788 835 708 2 980 269 716 415 399 1 181 2 214 8 132 923 1 319 1 047 2 388 2 295 663 1 632 14 007 1 117 532 223 1 050 437 10 648 1 460 1 288 5 240 102 1 583 975 1 486 24 070 119 – 8 468 6 919 4 943 108 3 797 254 320 1 976 42 25 173 550 382 270 856 93 143 181 191 248 613 366 696 566 189 508 351 488 863 766 585 40 212 687 195 047 185 008 204 95

Inside urbanized area 454 316 3 534 553 471 35 480 89 012 48 804 2 457 20 654 4 717 9 503 40 208 2 135 2 342 3 761 7 873 5 11 30 1 7 7 5 7 19 78 9 12 8 22 29 8 21 139 13 6 2 11 4 100 23 13 35 1 13 13 27 214 236 202 017 830 711 367 854 255 798 604 638 491 760 002 973 509 464 241 707 771 059 011 858 835 636 940 189 227 448 395 633 680 967 156 65 758 125 156 777 228 078 481 969 473 476 824 950

Rural 335 195 7 606 639 652 32 424 98 636 59 936 2 011 33 900 3 538 7 671 38 700 3 703 2 380 3 761 9 905 5 627 5 554 23 064 957 6 329 4 358 3 770 7 650 14 144 49 653 5 244 9 766 6 899 12 220 14 898 4 356 10 542 81 511 7 362 6 060 1 626 6 898 2 945 56 620 10 669 8 807 22 518 744 8 5 11 149 1 3 37 25 17 1 2 12 135 747 968 544 818 133 89 232 578 530 901 514 566 291 048 639 500 985 749 592 18 1 1 45 180 109 7 74 4 8 71 12 4 7 15

Total 478 645 630 031 921 990 016 687 388 525 030 974 482 272 007 824

Place of 10,000 or more 35 961 375 53 32 2 319 8 398 5 372 764 3 254 538 501 3 026 415 178 187 769 419 229 1 559 48 315 445 354 397 757 7 441 640 1 087 633 2 369 2 503 553 1 950 11 692 929 295 297 1 919 886 7 366 1 088 1 185 2 849 103 971 1 170 832 17 674 73 7 11 292 3 397 2 464 383 1 563 305 119 933 111 25 54 195 183 66 431 19 53 116 153 90 261 059 395 552 118 498 386 416 970 424 418 47 275 071 288 325 888 971 101 74 675 616 333

Place of 2,500 to 9,999 116 006 1 894 171 119 7 422 32 513 19 582 1 291 13 207 944 1 415 12 931 1 821 721 1 186 3 115 1 687 1 139 5 697 153 1 406 1 214 788 2 136 2 880 21 106 2 626 3 579 2 184 5 659 4 760 1 265 3 495 34 230 1 976 1 152 1 163 4 354 1 402 24 183 3 909 4 000 10 777 304 3 1 5 57 291 902 214 968 497 51 11 725 947 345 493 357 377 383 602 338 126 403 990

Rural 393 584 15 830 1 303 880 32 362 133 791 81 402 4 994 56 956 2 645 5 821 52 389 9 570 3 283 5 086 11 639 7 459 4 506 22 797 452 6 446 4 784 3 154 7 961 11 085 58 600 6 452 12 586 7 260 14 021 13 355 4 625 8 730 89 712 5 830 5 611 2 582 10 235 3 548 61 906 10 217 10 795 27 188 720 9 3 13 182 3 2 57 40 2 32 1 1 17 1 1 3 011 975 869 354 057 206 133 620 666 430 352 388 268 554 236 447 379 337 680

10 442 6 266 32 301 906 8 568 6 982 5 039 10 806 15 911 99 091 11 070 18 948 10 857 26 362 23 691 7 239 16 452 151 075 10 038 7 785 4 270 19 916 7 087 101 979 16 585 17 296 44 153 1 242 14 8 22 280 3 4 77 53 3 41 2 2 24 2 1 4 446 257 192 876 785 284 155 039 565 483 558 797 152 144 082 043 548 958 939

1 9 7 3 1 2

4 29 18 10 2 2 10

13 9 7 4

1

2

715 435 2 690 208 240 766 1 045 431 1 644 16 400 1 982 1 887 616 6 587 5 754 1 834 3 920 42 704 2 905 281 1 808 3 574 1 008 33 128 7 735 4 618 12 724 631 4 321 3 099 4 243

5 596 3 885 15 793 873 2 424 4 024 4 808 3 664 10 927 74 046 11 716 11 162 3 909 23 533 29 918 10 836 19 082 155 010 10 973 1 999 3 616 13 181 3 589 121 652 28 082 19 677 45 744 1 624 16 565 9 960 17 165

2 327 2 287 8 926 483 1 357 2 348 2 988 1 750 5 619 42 946 7 214 5 825 2 110 13 578 18 797 6 758 12 039 91 864 6 577 1 152 1 880 7 390 2 185 72 680 18 297 11 238 26 022 975 9 665 6 483 11 457

4

1 1 8

7 1 1 3

2 887 1 328 6 011 297 924 1 495 1 629 1 666 4 695 26 734 3 806 4 771 1 610 8 447 9 770 3 590 6 180 54 380 3 811 807 1 524 5 104 1 209 41 925 8 600 7 431 16 518 554 5 821 3 001 5 104

5 386 2 340 7 684 261 1 130 2 376 1 885 2 032 4 292 55 830 7 992 9 789 2 565 17 694 14 703 5 912 8 791 102 742 4 826 678 4 044 13 329 2 473 77 392 13 560 14 465 33 492 986 10 360 4 529 9 797

4

1 1 7

1 5 2

959 402 1 285 52 173 342 304 414 732 12 100 1 929 1 941 569 3 669 2 721 952 1 769 23 647 939 95 1 104 2 988 504 18 017 3 134 3 132 8 099 268 2 402 982 2 252

3 892 1 699 5 428 145 862 1 751 1 192 1 478 3 014 32 794 4 668 6 356 1 773 9 808 8 915 3 960 4 955 62 283 2 947 442 2 470 7 443 1 239 47 742 8 486 9 319 20 692 570 6 342 2 333 6 238

31 246 17 588 31 205

20 886 13 059 21 408

1 079 476 604

70

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 41.

Class of Worker, Work Status in 1989, and Last Occupation of Experienced Unemployed: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Total In central city Total

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area

Inside urbanized area

Rural

Total

Place of 10,000 or more

Place of 2,500 to 9,999

Rural

CLASS OF WORKER
Employed persons 16 years and over Private for profit wage and salary workers Employees of own corporation Private not-for-profit wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers In agriculture Unpaid family workers Employed females 16 years and over Private for profit wage and salary workers Employees of own corporation Private not-for-profit wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers 1 603 425 1 172 971 38 136 65 979 79 532 130 088 56 679 91 848 8 826 6 328 754 322 527 862 9 447 41 600 46 888 83 739 21 799 28 723 3 711 1 894 485 1 205 395 77 846 147 888 146 997 157 479 158 880 1 533 151 1 265 077 1 092 252 96 695 290 279 137 785 94 062 41 211 71 055 28 267 19 081 9 091 890 690 499 886 37 070 82 656 91 806 89 293 89 979 656 571 510 663 425 373 57 610 189 483 91 827 63 256 28 105 44 636 17 122 11 257 6 091 935 109 261 439 124 725 76 156 386 356 106 96 171 29 85 41 15 87 3 3 1 10 8 14 2 9 15 2 8 575 918 517 629 511 429 729 361 149 171 190 352 778 308 935 436 099 018 608 158 302 682 229 619 777 403 556 659 501 974 506 1 010 729 23 45 48 86 41 55 3 3 473 325 5 29 28 55 15 17 2 1 193 766 47 92 90 98 97 959 799 694 57 189 90 61 27 44 17 11 5 559 316 22 52 56 56 55 406 320 268 33 123 60 41 18 28 10 6 3 564 57 155 275 76 445 41 95 242 224 65 59 97 13 49 24 8 947 801 739 764 068 929 332 499 772 554 446 146 727 089 245 563 318 910 175 350 973 570 291 131 525 860 862 515 366 261 161 061 351 100 327 258 256 770 527 501 562 000 473 330 661 945 000 111 822 951 382 575 656 631 681 815 995 594 570 811 014 199 051 674 004 744 016 629 559 097 989 410 851 847 169 117 4 10 8 18 5 8 790 160 695 822 826 621 320 605 426 436 152 597 997 606 448 145 339 732 285 847 407 738 352 628 180 542 670 399 144 026 297 058 672 005 880 040 591 597 181 648 057 136 320 607 413 633 116 591 148 037 053 317 998 511 672 740 174 367 751 872 795 949 335 226 131 606 250 372 525 964 118 726 829 291 841 612 19 34 39 68 36 46 3 3 388 269 4 22 22 43 12 15 1 980 646 37 72 71 76 75 799 674 589 46 147 70 48 21 33 13 8 4 453 262 17 40 45 43 43 334 265 224 27 97 47 33 14 21 8 5 2 477 45 128 236 66 386 34 82 211 194 58 53 72 9 36 19 6 157 641 044 942 242 308 012 894 346 118 294 549 730 483 797 418 979 178 890 503 566 832 939 503 345 318 192 116 222 235 864 003 679 095 447 218 665 173 346 853 505 864 153 723 248 312 884 520 674 914 329 258 658 120 009 075 821 227 819 939 219 250 716 448 873 138 766 257 034 133 871 684 022 556 454 320 10 20 22 40 25 23 1 214 144 2 13 13 25 9 8 316 590 147 489 314 132 986 461 817 344 680 090 528 358 211 934 111 129 847 198 501 635 970 884 460 748 631 277 372 054 612 018 673 507 955 811 456 323 137 664 954 733 538 914 334 411 124 370 913 318 142 745 985 408 085 549 640 258 150 872 501 735 138 092 113 480 494 453 884 377 378 880 579 540 51 38 1 2 2 4 2 646 709 034 280 287 849 681 673 188 167 070 488 247 396 209 713 257 894 113 322 486 334 846 685 629 342 758 730 672 061 974 860 088 383 590 076 726 241 526 871 283 505 943 012 912 712 027 499 801 203 019 938 003 611 613 434 139 335 253 7 12 14 23 9 20 2 1 149 107 1 7 8 14 3 6 195 342 863 173 641 327 345 760 341 607 544 971 955 729 377 771 611 155 930 983 579 863 123 934 256 228 803 109 178 120 278 125 918 205 902 331 483 609 683 318 268 626 672 797 002 189 733 651 960 393 168 575 670 101 311 092 042 769 928 396 173 272 268 677 819 645 199 127 733 962 541 657 239 525 592 443 14 20 31 43 15 36 5 2 280 202 3 12 18 28 6 10 1 701 438 30 55 56 58 61 573 465 397 39 101 47 32 14 26 11 7 3 331 183 14 30 35 32 34 249 190 157 23 65 31 21 9 16 6 4 2 370 52 105 164 48 280 35 61 143 132 40 36 74 15 36 16 6 478 170 397 215 464 159 347 349 054 774 876 716 720 511 643 176 481 813 536 135 422 276 597 866 954 020 289 562 886 434 118 724 711 111 728 009 825 321 163 385 508 656 333 963 318 626 663 262 788 532 445 681 449 005 441 442 096 981 348 706 615 312 378 055 357 405 155 561 793 681 319 525 585 252 35 27 1 1 1 2 2 961 745 355 695 432 208 433 305 69 143 674 217 351 043 891 478 178 808 59 151 063 920 434 748 804 182 177 978 090 393 955 723 472 103 019 716 501 252 712 653 900 927 243 994 995 244 483 588 396 273 550 735 697 195 447 330 150 388 085 404 509 390 594 933 496 200 751 965 875 897 078 480 030 309 116 83 2 4 8 9 3 6 006 436 935 413 017 648 539 569 388 384 968 153 848 777 769 350 470 172 277 196 409 101 249 849 900 688 782 896 236 894 311 516 496 136 103 347 677 819 304 840 862 916 029 216 441 125 020 528 507 730 303 406 063 449 295 906 459 243 230 253 062 698 003 991 273 771 020 968 307 821 731 186 472 432 393 297 8 12 19 28 8 24 4 1 182 132 2 7 11 18 3 6 584 405 314 581 932 598 995 089 503 984 354 960 002 596 687 486 890 736 999 470 965 235 545 933 871 921 257 965 289 520 721 747 599 437 492 033 077 976 779 958 651 971 741 628 830 744 825 568 763 963 545 462 706 072 210 928 272 697 553 028 205 911 448 870 608 170 069 800 965 591 357 305 842 087

85 55 6 5 12 2 2

24 17 1 1 2

17 13 1 1

57 40 2 4 6 1 2

WORK STATUS IN 1989
Persons 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Usually worked 15 to 34 hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Usually worked 1 to 14 hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Females 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Usually worked 15 to 34 hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Usually worked 1 to 14 hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 212 120 9 19 18 22 22 160 125 105 11 41 20 12 6 10 4 2 1 106 53 5 11 11 12 12 72 54 43 6 26 13 8 3 7 2 1 1 87 11 26 38 9 58 7 12 31 29 7 6 24 4 12 5 2 538 356 21 40 38 40 39 437 372 324 25 82 40 27 11 17 6 4 2 250 144 9 23 24 23 23 183 147 123 14 55 27 18 7 11 4 2 1 254 23 69 127 33 202 17 43 112 104 29 26 42 5 21 11 3 60 37 2 4 4 5 5 47 38 33 3 9 4 3 1 2 1 381 252 13 27 27 30 30 313 263 231 18 55 25 17 8 12 5 3 1 174 102 6 14 17 16 17 130 102 87 10 36 17 12 5 8 3 2 1 192 18 50 95 28 161 14 34 86 79 25 22 23 3 11 6 2 43 25 1 3 3 3 5 33 25 22 2 7 3 2 1 2 143 85 6 12 12 12 13 115 91 77 8 21 9 6 3 6 2 1 69 36 2 6 8 7 7 52 39 31 5 13 6 4 2 3 1 448 285 19 34 34 36 36 370 302 260 24 61 29 20 8 16 7 5 1 211 119 9 18 21 20 20 161 124 103 14 39 19 13 5 10 4 2 1 242 31 67 110 33 188 21 40 97 89 28 25 43 8 21 9 4

28 15 1 2 2 3 2 20 16 13 1 6 3 1 1 1

21 11 1 2 1 2 15 11 9 1 5 2 1 1

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989
Families No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers Married-couple families No workers 1 worker 2 workers Husband and wife worked 3 or more workers Husband and wife worked Female householder, no husband present No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers 30 3 8 13 4 23 2 4 12 11 3 3 5 200 741 671 545 243 310 679 941 013 073 677 417 794 952 3 147 1 204 491 3 120 117 128 59 355 288 10 25 479 100 297 625 77 319 241 21 4 6 8 2 15 2 3 7 6 1 1 4 1 2 1 76 12 23 32 8 52 6 11 26 25 6 6 20 4 10 4 1

LAST OCCUPATION OF EXPERIENCED UNEMPLOYED
Persons 16 years and over Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Professional specialty occupations Technicians and related support occupations Sales occupations Administrative support occupations, including clerical Private household occupations Protective service occupations Service occupations, except protective and household Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors Transportation and material moving occupations Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Last worked 1984 or earlier, or uniquely military occupation 49 018 2 316 1 989 835 6 586 5 269 326 516 8 414 1 046 5 500 7 312 1 815 4 594 2 500 10 763 446 520 88 1 508 1 165 71 133 2 478 202 864 1 342 383 997 566 38 255 1 870 1 469 747 5 078 4 104 255 383 5 936 844 4 636 5 970 1 432 3 597 1 934 20 067 1 092 898 464 2 983 2 417 132 221 3 442 357 2 231 2 530 708 1 706 886 15 068 661 443 224 1 740 1 399 113 137 2 015 387 2 108 2 815 647 1 572 807 38 000 1 292 1 169 467 4 096 2 960 293 261 5 989 1 510 4 159 8 189 1 159 3 912 2 544 2 485 134 119 37 244 199 24 23 401 56 190 505 59 288 206 8 981 315 277 82 925 703 67 72 1 680 325 824 1 761 267 930 753 23 598 637 637 292 2 415 1 760 195 166 3 305 1 067 2 881 5 660 778 2 470 1 335

5 044

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 42.

Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Total In central city Total

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area

Inside urbanized area

Rural

Total

Place of 10,000 or more

Place of 2,500 to 9,999

Rural

INCOME IN 1989
Households 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 Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Families 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 Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Married-couple families Less than $15,000 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 or more Female householder, no husband present Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Males 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Females 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Per capita income (dollars) Persons in households (dollars) Persons in group quarters (dollars) 783 342 447 979 955 045 733 736 822 724 256 214 575 092 052 570 377 300 501 812 786 085 797 562 429 858 574 178 425 940 454 778 211 416 777 883 227 264 823 636 56.0 24 130 1 195 848 9 221 35.5 16 140 11 897 12 059 7 156 1 258 103 129 122 242 214 219 155 41 28 26 32 935 45 63 81 175 172 191 141 38 26 30 36 725 89 124 142 172 133 62 171 30 29 28 40 36 6 1 188 17 364 074 955 958 990 250 080 106 887 064 449 430 594 545 654 062 878 907 873 827 689 159 196 195 051 764 662 663 088 609 265 097 201 213 229 586 776 092 754 109 57.9 25 776 729 058 9 869 36.7 16 895 12 810 13 050 6 566 769 53 70 67 143 132 143 108 29 20 28 34 564 22 31 43 98 102 121 97 27 18 33 39 445 45 69 83 109 92 44 97 15 15 15 23 23 4 735 19 141 15 17 14 26 21 20 15 4 5 23 32 87 6 6 8 15 14 15 13 3 4 30 39 58 6 8 10 12 12 8 24 5 4 3 5 5 1 127 15 660 123 098 379 806 726 804 920 551 253 900 762 367 138 942 056 020 095 268 225 987 636 234 838 335 455 784 184 673 069 170 964 088 395 899 270 206 106 099 719 48.4 24 756 146 273 8 631 29.8 17 295 12 864 13 708 5 239 627 37 53 53 117 110 122 92 25 14 29 34 477 16 24 35 83 88 106 84 23 13 33 39 386 39 60 73 96 80 36 72 10 10 11 18 18 2 608 19 704 951 857 579 184 524 276 186 336 811 531 806 227 407 712 006 858 812 605 602 702 523 735 077 716 309 878 479 415 540 095 133 113 818 330 316 570 986 655 868 59.9 25 917 582 785 10 141 38.5 16 831 12 798 12 918 7 793 344 18 26 29 64 61 67 52 15 8 30 35 254 8 11 17 42 46 56 47 13 7 34 40 202 17 30 37 50 45 21 42 6 6 6 10 11 1 328 20 769 482 658 095 598 909 928 466 063 570 397 644 258 860 705 926 995 857 758 373 997 787 724 102 138 599 254 572 627 029 057 377 185 035 523 365 537 732 167 655 61.2 26 370 316 471 10 681 38.9 17 378 13 455 13 545 9 880 627 904 369 307 736 570 108 061 578 994 24 996 31 144 30 200 1 384 2 181 2 437 5 464 5 471 6 265 4 629 1 445 924 31 209 37 090 23 310 2 711 3 675 4 549 5 706 4 339 2 330 5 794 957 1 114 889 1 476 1 154 204 37 725 17 198 53.5 25 004 40 471 8 925 33.2 16 131 12 203 12 167 16 570 42 3 5 4 7 6 7 5 1 240 15 21 20 44 42 47 34 8 5 29 34 192 6 10 14 35 36 43 32 8 4 32 38 161 18 26 31 40 31 12 23 2 3 3 6 5 1 242 18 308 565 830 177 850 045 240 659 695 247 028 254 769 163 826 643 399 484 582 600 260 812 769 037 268 999 949 358 082 172 708 962 971 669 918 475 879 050 763 960 59.1 25 435 225 843 9 524 38.7 16 262 12 009 12 197 4 531 489 50 58 55 98 81 76 47 11 8 22 28 370 22 31 38 76 69 69 43 11 7 27 32 280 44 54 58 63 41 18 74 15 14 13 17 12 2 453 16 419 268 492 021 965 795 653 630 935 660 868 731 981 547 398 508 499 393 628 985 097 926 083 555 378 094 912 515 337 331 189 681 010 203 548 297 451 172 069 050 53.1 21 518 466 790 8 353 33.6 14 829 10 492 10 550 8 395 31 3 3 3 5 4 4 4 1 1 26 36 21 1 1 1 3 3 3 3 1 1 32 42 15 1 2 2 3 3 2 4 1 662 191 546 085 383 705 807 001 302 642 239 394 388 483 509 700 328 385 964 375 175 469 730 911 594 638 049 662 569 104 572 897 154 913 713 1 070 809 238 27 008 18 839 46.2 24 820 31 556 9 093 30.3 16 629 14 334 15 153 3 127 106 13 14 12 21 16 14 9 2 1 20 27 76 6 7 8 15 13 12 8 2 1 25 31 52 7 10 10 11 7 3 20 5 4 3 4 3 195 494 254 715 025 381 612 264 625 825 845 007 243 473 245 459 442 189 889 452 419 675 326 268 003 765 369 587 450 960 872 821 077 144 819 174 136 471 91 364 15 203 50.0 21 225 103 463 7 965 30.4 14 649 10 238 10 370 6 953 309 30 37 34 62 53 50 30 6 4 23 28 242 13 20 25 50 46 46 28 6 3 27 31 188 31 37 40 42 26 9 43 7 8 8 10 7 1 290 15 428 527 078 830 347 216 200 084 946 200 076 221 697 099 917 525 621 942 857 354 508 874 083 760 448 697 066 197 916 681 891 591 740 260 198 607 484 302 096 884 53.9 21 599 293 297 8 309 35.2 14 629 9 953 10 012 5 367

MEDIAN INCOME IN 1989 BY SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS
Family type and presence of own children: Families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Married-couple families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Female householder, no husband present (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Workers in family in 1989: No workers (dollars) 1 worker (dollars) 2 or more workers (dollars) Husband and wife worked (dollars) Nonfamily households (dollars) Male householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) Female householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) 30 30 27 35 36 32 14 11 7 11 20 38 40 13 18 16 7 10 9 6 797 644 820 422 491 125 510 581 895 802 515 514 634 494 769 757 687 325 281 612 33 33 30 37 38 34 15 12 9 13 22 40 42 15 20 18 8 11 10 7 769 641 34 624 33 78 17 7 7 249 5 185 7 46 3 112 9 73 3 196 099 431 697 954 176 974 792 035 191 295 808 674 628 760 587 350 939 769 049 364 410 611 301 282 919 323 431 359 742 751 389 121 931 129 407 742 525 959 30 27 25 38 39 36 13 10 6 12 18 39 44 15 20 17 8 12 11 7 141 110 32 107 31 13 21 234 290 933 914 835 451 726 222 138 486 584 805 156 508 199 466 783 560 386 767 33 34 30 37 38 33 16 13 10 13 23 40 42 15 20 18 8 11 10 6 627 530 34 516 33 65 16 6 6 202 5 144 7 34 3 91 9 60 3 735 012 990 537 866 837 684 815 367 333 015 937 499 668 919 859 217 735 566 831 704 532 973 688 738 563 426 533 927 186 084 574 133 432 189 488 716 143 922 34 34 30 39 39 34 16 13 9 14 24 41 43 17 22 20 10 14 12 7 344 295 35 288 34 35 16 1 5 120 4 73 7 16 3 52 10 34 4 724 231 994 185 993 383 986 631 779 753 131 552 386 985 720 763 504 382 849 670 769 924 234 850 023 119 734 918 924 144 877 139 256 867 181 162 558 886 057 31 31 27 36 38 32 14 12 8 13 21 39 41 10 14 13 7 9 8 6 42 33 31 32 30 4 14 209 384 918 625 631 822 643 228 226 414 546 704 767 876 727 439 658 078 543 849 32 34 31 35 37 33 16 14 12 11 22 40 41 11 18 16 6 8 7 5 240 201 35 195 33 26 16 4 7 68 5 58 6 14 3 32 8 21 3 769 113 334 988 476 173 739 511 038 987 031 321 761 942 336 580 826 404 790 961 308 198 095 264 786 427 292 397 532 499 161 887 945 422 191 973 553 112 791 27 26 24 31 32 28 12 10 6 10 17 35 37 10 15 13 6 8 7 6 489 382 29 369 27 44 16 10 7 125 7 144 6 51 3 73 9 50 3 083 740 252 714 608 862 704 320 619 454 965 224 097 588 488 790 995 047 495 082 419 277 150 543 944 802 403 297 963 557 225 093 855 369 094 124 503 191 370 32 27 24 40 38 34 12 8 6 19 21 40 44 14 20 18 12 11 10 7 31 23 33 22 31 3 24 730 905 907 442 982 566 255 419 555 855 124 394 021 420 091 947 361 547 140 315 25 22 20 31 31 27 11 8 5 9 16 34 37 10 15 13 7 7 7 6 106 79 27 77 26 8 15 326 998 725 981 815 657 426 223 223 801 653 543 015 255 288 858 404 984 546 265 27 27 25 31 32 29 13 11 7 9 17 35 36 9 13 12 6 7 6 5 309 245 29 237 28 28 15 8 8 71 5 88 6 32 3 42 8 30 3 083 858 680 105 635 348 296 107 638 504 882 117 841 384 952 368 340 172 786 700 428 503 169 223 048 082 424 979 291 889 993 964 589 053 097 160 551 330 113

INCOME TYPE IN 1989
Households With earnings Mean earnings (dollars) With wage or salary income Mean wage or salary income (dollars) With nonfarm self-employment income Mean nonfarm self-employment income (dollars) With farm self-employment income Mean farm self-employment income (dollars) With interest, dividend, or net rental income Mean interest, dividend, or net rental income (dollars) With Social Security income Mean Social Security income (dollars) With public assistance income Mean public assistance income (dollars) With retirement income Mean retirement income (dollars) With other income Mean other income (dollars) 1 258 783 1 023 687 32 572 993 844 31 297 123 721 16 990 17 728 7 710 375 299 6 329 7 98 3 185 9 123 3 244 482 005 300 111 531 648 716 720 660 878 878 613 092 356 726 898 10 507 47 556 8 40 7 12 2 20 9 13 4 586 815 078 499 962 919 853 382 123 627 410 935 574 929 017 610 218 3 532 13 543 6 12 7 3 3 6 8 4 3 528 548 300 143 224 353 847 145 451 662 383 809 500 473 330 542 231 3 022 11 795 14 10 8 2 3 5 13 3 4 591 561 112 732 242 735 927 100 921 195 474 707 193 675 825 537 830 6 893 27 059 7 33 6 13 3 17 9 11 3 180 625 870 710 048 152 267 666 433

72

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 43.

Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Total In central city Total

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area

Inside urbanized area

Rural

Total

Place of 10,000 or more

Place of 2,500 to 9,999

Rural

ALL INCOME LEVELS IN 1989
Families In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is determined Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Persons for whom poverty status is determined Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years 935 708 502 203 740 538 76 14 42 146 646 72 210 725 365 151 596 455 526 111 28 156 171 117 44 114 62 98 29 39 44 413 323 181 118 3 368 2 458 380 906 303 653 575 656 512 278 811 668 195 167 243 979 543 414 461 429 127 834 353 016 263 377 300 221 778 191 330 826 705 284 359 973 352 422 208 676 655 125 393 099 202 242 659 564 422 302 124 460 342 43 10 26 80 411 34 116 445 225 95 373 291 337 62 13 87 97 65 24 68 38 59 15 18 24 268 204 106 67 2 033 1 496 212 535 184 382 594 621 255 245 367 820 456 586 394 655 771 143 652 051 000 886 736 210 871 006 864 420 097 290 090 768 682 907 278 338 001 091 770 761 669 908 348 704 559 160 433 87 50 45 20 66 45 6 2 4 16 63 8 21 58 26 12 46 34 46 11 2 14 24 16 7 17 8 14 4 5 6 71 54 20 19 341 257 48 82 30 57 367 659 236 204 789 186 100 145 574 833 352 539 872 335 325 221 748 649 313 689 288 524 964 958 236 045 593 569 316 865 164 755 293 296 302 006 630 909 954 808 066 477 371 257 104 393 297 37 8 21 63 348 25 94 386 198 83 326 256 291 50 11 72 72 48 16 51 30 45 10 12 17 196 150 86 48 1 692 1 238 163 452 153 325 227 962 019 041 578 634 356 441 820 822 419 604 780 716 675 665 988 561 558 317 576 896 133 332 854 723 089 338 962 473 837 336 477 465 367 902 718 795 605 352 367 254 181 138 58 213 159 18 6 13 31 199 12 47 202 103 46 173 135 164 25 5 36 42 29 10 31 18 28 5 6 9 119 90 44 24 908 665 81 241 86 170 258 118 132 339 092 877 505 227 253 587 877 871 324 138 491 146 117 358 571 202 371 292 377 425 476 823 500 632 185 871 129 282 511 521 334 539 901 770 958 088 549 30 22 15 5 23 17 2 1 5 20 2 7 23 10 4 18 14 16 4 5 5 3 1 3 2 3 1 1 1 16 12 6 5 108 81 14 26 9 19 200 571 098 995 730 368 423 452 463 352 208 133 417 310 741 188 955 726 345 171 754 604 794 754 571 878 008 219 043 290 573 719 427 713 078 951 967 686 855 003 287 192 168 103 39 156 120 16 1 7 26 128 10 40 161 84 33 134 106 110 20 5 31 23 15 4 16 9 13 4 4 7 60 47 35 18 675 490 67 183 58 135 769 273 789 707 756 389 428 762 104 883 334 600 039 268 443 331 916 477 642 944 451 000 962 153 807 022 581 487 734 312 135 335 539 231 955 412 850 339 792 261 531 370 286 200 79 280 195 32 3 15 66 234 38 93 280 140 55 222 163 188 49 14 68 74 51 20 46 24 38 14 21 20 145 118 74 50 1 334 962 167 370 119 271 981 035 257 033 444 848 739 581 849 324 772 271 809 378 127 948 617 806 392 371 436 801 681 901 240 058 023 377 081 635 351 331 438 915 986 217 045 395 643 082 226 21 13 9 4 15 10 1 1 4 15 1 6 15 6 2 11 8 12 4 5 4 3 1 3 1 2 1 1 12 10 4 4 76 58 13 17 6 12 388 805 788 326 394 118 434 426 000 938 479 946 352 594 028 521 518 020 186 024 567 024 897 340 590 147 666 766 814 316 138 906 274 697 291 180 233 214 914 250 493 76 49 41 17 56 37 6 4 14 49 9 20 52 24 10 40 29 37 10 2 14 20 15 6 12 6 10 3 6 5 36 29 16 13 277 198 39 78 26 55 243 888 324 388 139 507 991 643 381 316 703 869 173 003 566 423 840 307 181 311 721 087 821 014 323 789 471 687 417 667 123 445 952 319 812 205 695 317 003 709 550 242 202 133 50 185 131 21 1 8 41 145 24 59 188 98 37 150 112 119 30 10 43 43 29 10 26 14 21 9 12 12 81 66 48 29 872 625 101 246 76 183 697 639 493 493 284 844 740 626 921 640 702 297 772 448 063 714 939 515 249 514 363 673 591 887 985 617 049 448 062 342 798 270 731 440 379 855 150 668 813 119 604

INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL
Families Percent below poverty level In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Unrelated individuals Percent below poverty level Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Mean income deficit (dollars) Persons Percent below poverty level Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years Persons below 125 percent of poverty level Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 111 173 11.9 51 645 83 423 41 137 57 496 17 235 18 623 1 176 10 390 18 811 46 114 34 115 26 302 5 372 43 541 26 123 13 710 22 287 8 610 16 503 10 282 7 661 13 666 4 606 61 878 53 668 25 889 32 210 7 728 27 747 7 350 25 284 11 037 5 982 122 982 29.7 87 958 43 982 48 209 3 003 517 793 15.4 326 920 78 092 188 110 68 573 130 600 699 536 1 241 520 54 758 9.7 22 290 41 191 20 753 30 145 8 707 9 671 843 5 727 8 011 24 904 14 781 11 706 5 325 20 788 12 470 6 728 11 074 4 303 8 901 4 316 3 186 5 849 4 632 31 032 26 827 13 163 17 481 3 929 14 859 3 146 11 074 5 111 5 859 72 565 27.1 48 690 21 288 24 869 3 063 262 301 12.9 169 524 37 537 91 236 35 066 61 752 356 197 653 367 13 429 15.4 2 372 10 744 5 704 7 456 1 776 2 019 264 1 803 1 713 6 180 4 560 2 544 5 748 3 007 1 808 955 1 512 544 1 377 706 576 945 4 444 9 759 8 543 4 534 5 596 1 143 4 546 879 3 877 1 443 6 217 21 588 30.1 14 358 3 242 6 817 3 095 68 930 20.2 44 232 9 373 24 351 9 920 16 030 88 085 138 107 41 329 8.7 19 918 30 447 15 049 22 689 6 931 7 652 579 3 924 6 298 18 724 10 221 9 162 5 188 17 781 10 662 5 773 9 562 3 759 7 524 3 610 2 610 4 904 4 663 21 273 18 284 8 629 11 885 2 786 10 313 2 267 7 197 3 668 5 694 50 977 26.0 34 332 18 046 18 052 3 050 193 371 11.4 125 292 28 164 66 885 25 146 45 722 268 112 515 260 21 041 8.3 7 307 16 471 8 591 12 203 3 453 3 579 512 2 536 2 516 10 920 5 068 3 923 5 300 7 526 4 773 2 889 4 270 1 644 4 005 1 340 902 1 847 4 606 12 464 11 041 5 442 7 295 1 606 6 471 1 024 4 010 1 852 5 792 25 359 21.3 16 576 7 025 7 479 3 076 96 453 10.6 60 226 11 392 35 675 14 318 23 600 134 325 261 785 3 380 11.2 1 044 2 486 1 312 1 823 480 698 6 474 388 1 333 1 174 743 5 288 1 090 665 344 571 230 354 177 265 362 4 952 2 075 1 690 915 1 120 244 888 195 891 324 5 518 6 570 39.3 3 990 1 511 1 895 3 180 17 930 16.5 12 340 2 526 5 480 2 137 3 568 23 456 40 614 16 908 8.8 11 567 11 490 5 146 8 663 2 998 3 375 61 914 3 394 6 471 3 979 4 496 5 028 9 165 5 224 2 540 4 721 1 885 3 165 2 093 1 443 2 695 4 676 6 734 5 553 2 272 3 470 936 2 954 1 048 2 296 1 492 5 568 19 048 31.6 13 766 9 510 8 678 2 971 78 988 11.7 52 726 14 246 25 730 8 691 18 554 110 331 212 861 56 415 15.2 29 355 42 232 20 384 27 351 8 528 8 952 333 4 663 10 800 21 210 19 334 14 596 5 417 22 753 13 653 6 982 11 213 4 307 7 602 5 966 4 475 7 817 4 582 30 846 26 841 12 726 14 729 3 799 12 888 4 204 14 210 5 926 6 106 50 417 34.7 39 268 22 694 23 340 2 916 255 492 19.1 157 396 40 555 96 874 33 507 68 848 343 339 588 153 3 035 14.2 739 2 446 1 336 1 611 477 441 37 401 454 1 335 1 098 541 5 776 828 487 244 425 195 377 237 112 217 4 767 2 062 1 858 1 021 1 105 274 921 182 977 285 6 273 3 529 27.3 2 549 883 1 553 3 188 13 867 18.2 8 539 2 262 5 295 1 984 3 585 18 163 27 809 14 251 18.7 4 659 11 388 5 960 7 105 2 089 2 280 67 1 749 1 906 5 799 5 533 2 894 5 753 3 864 2 391 1 300 2 000 679 1 459 865 741 1 213 4 629 9 710 8 610 4 498 4 783 1 314 4 120 905 4 639 1 476 6 305 12 904 35.4 10 036 4 448 6 176 2 838 63 858 23.0 37 500 9 204 25 918 9 929 17 475 83 298 133 210 35 647 14.7 22 708 25 680 11 671 16 897 5 400 5 694 146 2 189 7 982 12 289 11 553 10 517 5 203 16 749 9 937 4 914 8 047 3 088 5 102 4 621 3 407 6 088 4 535 17 045 14 614 6 353 7 959 2 045 6 766 2 912 7 671 3 835 5 907 30 448 37.5 24 215 16 344 14 504 2 898 161 380 18.5 101 290 27 289 59 385 19 261 43 482 219 177 384 798

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 44.

Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over by Age: 1990
Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area Urban, outside urbanized area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
The State Total In central city Total

Not in central city Urban Outside urbanized area

Inside urbanized area

Rural

Total

Place of 10,000 or more

Place of 2,500 to 9,999

Rural

LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Persons 60 to 64 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 65 to 74 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 75 years and over In households In group quarters Nursing homes 144 932 143 634 1 298 743 248 097 244 580 3 517 2 652 148 032 134 658 13 374 12 418 82 487 81 631 856 470 138 814 136 651 2 163 1 516 83 513 75 433 8 080 7 464 14 311 13 930 381 221 30 135 29 242 893 594 22 440 19 439 3 001 2 606 68 176 67 701 475 249 108 679 107 409 1 270 922 61 073 55 994 5 079 4 858 35 888 35 534 354 143 55 331 54 741 590 444 29 893 26 912 2 981 2 852 5 228 5 210 18 18 8 979 8 869 110 89 6 165 5 758 407 369 27 060 26 957 103 88 44 369 43 799 570 389 25 015 23 324 1 691 1 637 62 445 62 003 442 273 109 283 107 929 1 354 1 136 64 519 59 225 5 294 4 954 4 355 4 340 15 15 8 693 8 546 147 142 5 371 4 664 707 707 13 280 13 141 139 98 24 674 24 327 347 316 16 722 14 943 1 779 1 624 39 663 39 428 235 140 66 509 65 710 799 645 38 356 35 777 2 579 2 449

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 60 to 64 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 65 to 74 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 75 years and over Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher 144 33 32 37 21 18 248 79 52 56 30 29 148 64 29 23 14 16 932 821 211 989 924 987 097 113 020 546 787 631 032 050 310 532 908 232 82 17 18 22 13 11 138 40 29 33 18 16 83 34 17 13 8 9 487 226 144 328 517 272 814 780 736 482 038 778 513 587 005 954 795 172 14 2 2 3 2 2 30 7 5 6 4 5 22 7 4 3 2 3 311 657 726 268 705 955 135 877 865 382 777 234 440 886 349 877 981 347 68 14 15 19 10 8 108 32 23 27 13 11 61 26 12 10 5 5 176 569 418 060 812 317 679 903 871 100 261 544 073 701 656 077 814 825 35 6 7 10 6 5 55 13 11 15 8 6 29 11 6 5 3 3 888 152 374 655 568 139 331 529 749 121 297 635 893 693 012 726 260 202 5 1 1 1 8 3 1 1 1 6 2 1 228 231 314 217 683 783 979 077 720 961 953 268 165 739 339 751 616 720 27 7 6 7 3 2 44 16 10 10 4 3 25 12 5 3 1 1 060 186 730 188 561 395 369 297 402 018 011 641 015 269 305 600 938 903 62 16 14 15 8 7 109 38 22 23 12 12 64 29 12 9 6 7 445 595 067 661 407 715 283 333 284 064 749 853 519 463 305 578 113 060 4 355 623 650 895 829 1 358 8 693 1 953 1 227 1 584 1 765 2 164 5 371 1 728 739 1 008 685 1 211 13 2 2 3 2 1 24 7 4 5 3 3 16 7 2 2 1 2 280 980 818 553 199 730 674 817 901 475 098 383 722 208 963 521 809 221 39 12 9 9 4 3 66 26 14 13 5 5 38 19 7 5 2 3 663 382 622 444 425 790 509 963 542 267 866 871 356 429 846 111 949 021

INCOME AND POVERTY STATUS IN 1989
Married-couple families, householder 60 to 64 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 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 60 to 64 years living alone 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 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 65 to 74 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 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 65 to 74 years living alone 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 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 75 years and over 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 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 75 years and over living alone 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 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level 52 1 2 3 10 10 10 13 438 219 852 943 077 378 765 204 6.6 22 361 5 721 5 269 3 529 4 304 1 740 1 798 34.4 30 248 548 1 301 1 981 5 317 5 854 6 621 8 626 5.1 12 650 2 679 3 026 1 923 2 759 1 011 1 252 29.6 46 144 946 3 896 6 218 11 591 8 430 7 262 7 801 6.1 32 733 7 992 11 270 5 038 4 827 1 755 1 851 32.0 15 862 489 2 457 3 096 4 027 2 089 1 811 1 893 9.5 30 828 9 195 12 151 3 547 3 100 1 247 1 588 40.7 4 279 79 148 203 563 706 982 1 598 5.1 2 959 719 628 365 653 253 341 32.1 8 246 109 693 872 1 724 1 312 1 575 1 961 6.1 8 803 2 240 2 518 1 232 1 512 601 700 31.8 3 443 51 358 560 827 466 501 680 6.0 9 038 2 547 3 169 1 123 1 139 453 607 37.6 25 969 469 1 153 1 778 4 754 5 148 5 639 7 028 5.1 9 691 1 960 2 398 1 558 2 106 758 911 28.9 37 898 837 3 203 5 346 9 867 7 118 5 687 5 840 6.1 23 930 5 752 8 752 3 806 3 315 1 154 1 151 32.1 12 419 438 2 099 2 536 3 200 1 623 1 310 1 213 10.5 21 790 6 648 8 982 2 424 1 961 794 981 41.9 13 579 194 412 782 2 205 2 719 3 158 4 109 3.7 5 198 945 1 088 896 1 165 566 538 24.6 19 226 337 1 254 2 411 4 466 3 957 3 302 3 499 4.6 12 569 2 460 4 265 2 232 2 146 704 762 26.7 5 976 147 712 1 118 1 612 938 806 643 7.6 10 411 2 491 4 418 1 350 1 151 487 514 33.9 1 889 49 89 115 305 395 363 573 7.7 802 236 246 126 123 28 43 42.9 2 948 43 219 412 675 586 426 587 4.2 2 318 545 928 394 283 98 70 30.3 1 223 15 178 269 298 165 138 160 4.4 2 541 773 1 005 199 267 107 190 43.1 10 501 226 652 881 2 244 2 034 2 118 2 346 6.4 3 691 779 1 064 536 818 164 330 31.8 15 724 457 1 730 2 523 4 726 2 575 1 959 1 754 8.3 9 043 2 747 3 559 1 180 886 352 319 39.9 5 220 276 1 209 1 149 1 290 520 366 410 15.1 8 838 3 384 3 559 875 543 200 277 51.1 22 190 671 1 551 1 962 4 760 4 524 4 144 4 578 8.5 9 711 3 042 2 243 1 606 1 545 729 546 40.6 389 099 477 418 656 083 333 323 10.3 25 563 8 519 8 694 3 296 2 720 1 098 1 236 42.9 12 982 559 3 045 2 687 2 674 1 532 1 142 1 343 17.0 23 094 8 809 8 391 2 347 1 822 844 881 48.9 36 1 4 5 8 6 5 5 1 605 22 41 108 204 193 424 613 3.9 661 91 145 117 120 102 86 18.6 2 981 77 164 217 505 385 671 962 5.8 2 059 604 574 223 276 154 228 36.7 1 043 23 100 145 188 104 201 282 6.0 2 045 518 705 299 236 97 190 35.0 4 449 95 285 333 835 883 877 1 141 6.8 2 470 829 520 344 451 189 137 44.5 7 452 173 692 919 1 885 1 388 1 252 1 143 7.7 6 672 2 100 2 355 918 695 358 246 41.6 2 859 120 474 528 572 451 368 346 10.2 6 392 2 329 2 272 598 576 308 309 47.6 14 428 483 1 172 1 385 3 384 3 038 2 531 2 435 9.8 5 896 1 979 1 433 1 032 802 389 261 43.1 22 350 809 3 420 3 968 5 391 3 471 2 699 2 592 12.7 14 976 5 390 5 280 1 936 1 349 448 573 46.1 8 164 416 2 308 1 903 1 729 791 452 565 21.8 13 237 5 604 4 952 1 178 832 362 309 53.5

533 045 373 636 247 513 595 124 8.0 58 296 16 511 19 964 8 334 7 547 2 853 3 087 36.8 844 048 502 783 701 621 953 236 12.9 53 922 18 004 20 542 5 894 4 922 2 091 2 469 44.2 28 1 5 5 6 3 2 3

82 2 8 11 20 14 12 13

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SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 45.

Age, Sex, Ability to Speak English, and Disability by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Race

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
All persons White Black

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut

Asian or Pacific Islander

Other race

Hispanic origin (of any race)

White, not of Hispanic origin

AGE AND SEX
All persons Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 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 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Female Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 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 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Median age for all persons Male Female 3 486 153 101 255 255 155 121 275 295 300 277 249 197 160 146 144 248 148 1 800 75 49 126 124 75 60 136 147 152 142 126 100 83 77 78 142 100 703 388 776 987 281 616 529 536 677 857 098 005 580 167 145 932 097 032 587 670 198 610 163 606 516 691 929 363 398 125 821 868 471 968 125 065 32.1 30.8 33.4 539 163 346 643 624 550 757 068 493 857 339 591 926 190 978 853 717 642 2 407 94 62 154 153 94 78 186 204 207 192 180 147 120 112 112 190 111 1 224 46 29 76 74 45 38 89 99 102 95 89 74 61 58 60 106 75 683 801 664 727 859 480 992 862 915 999 084 861 522 492 483 839 177 926 483 239 989 094 414 174 731 775 544 292 738 586 097 869 558 114 439 830 34.1 32.9 35.5 218 886 968 822 205 891 933 992 560 293 088 1 040 56 37 98 98 59 40 84 86 88 81 65 47 38 32 31 57 35 556 28 18 48 48 29 20 45 46 47 44 34 25 21 18 18 35 24 010 776 940 113 481 237 731 363 529 832 461 110 701 033 550 297 027 829 388 642 594 910 268 548 949 028 552 925 592 855 528 129 325 377 101 065 27.6 25.8 29.1 8 935 348 239 642 588 461 325 869 926 1 049 731 748 589 378 406 250 287 99 4 209 162 110 373 309 213 112 359 361 512 372 326 245 222 210 114 144 65 30.3 29.7 31.0 8 348 655 130 502 23 – 183 27 156 – – 15 7 910 37 10 27 – – 21 298 809 588 1 732 1 711 1 149 884 2 018 2 085 2 027 2 097 1 912 1 491 1 091 600 483 480 141 11 834 363 317 852 859 526 458 996 1 006 1 247 1 398 1 221 856 580 373 342 354 86 29.2 26.0 32.2 19 13 2 11 901 865 149 190 427 99 6 208 789 5 105 248 66 8 777 654 345 773 642 289 597 1 424 1 222 950 725 374 277 173 106 63 126 37 3 673 264 188 381 313 145 266 533 466 387 298 137 95 68 5 21 87 19 23.7 24.5 21.7 7 778 5 239 775 4 343 94 27 2 056 259 1 716 54 27 318 6 246 817 165 620 25 7 334 736 110 598 236 140 570 459 465 872 274 569 126 801 724 601 712 341 13 428 831 624 1 182 1 116 506 805 1 365 1 464 1 311 1 156 793 563 431 330 364 365 222 25.5 25.1 26.0 25 13 1 10 488 012 963 606 317 126 4 608 629 3 748 148 83 28 1 1 2 2 1 1 3 3 2 2 1 1 2 391 93 62 153 152 93 78 185 203 206 190 179 146 119 111 112 189 111 1 216 45 29 75 73 44 38 89 98 101 95 89 73 61 58 59 106 75 911 853 089 191 719 778 150 229 064 405 946 897 848 967 973 405 667 730 695 748 668 404 866 901 256 099 724 546 109 035 707 565 309 854 197 707 34.2 32.9 35.6 969 317 944 572 999 802 815 696 879 208 032

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak a language other than English 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Do not speak English " very well" 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over 3 231 113 23 80 5 3 37 8 26 1 1 5 3 115 10 1 6 2 250 65 11 46 4 2 19 3 13 1 1 945 27 8 17 294 518 324 786 875 533 9 377 3 001 5 956 262 158 2 235 59 10 41 3 2 17 3 11 1 1

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN HOUSEHOLD
Linguistically isolated households Persons 5 years and over in households In linguistically isolated households 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over 3 132 2 174 192 5 077 725 3 284 534 534 1 056 908 699 1 738 465 1 100 96 77 1 070 18 879 2 521 613 1 822 62 24 720 22 590 1 783 404 1 260 78 41 2 773 2 160 889 4 258 557 2 723 478 500

DISABILITY STATUS OF CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
Males 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Females 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Males 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Females 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Males 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Females 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation 1 037 62 27 5 49 100 40 54 937 823 1 145 71 31 5 54 98 26 62 1 047 760 104 15 10 10 140 25 18 15 45 13 10 8 89 34 30 19 696 466 052 732 419 308 252 138 388 575 736 359 818 165 598 532 066 238 204 987 829 970 578 884 234 241 338 120 464 042 625 290 583 867 508 226 757 31 16 3 23 67 30 33 689 617 793 33 19 2 22 62 17 37 731 528 82 10 7 7 105 15 11 9 34 9 7 5 66 24 22 12 001 454 070 326 149 841 179 742 160 302 812 936 090 857 890 712 744 742 100 280 955 779 263 128 004 920 651 083 091 097 505 581 868 909 296 928 269 30 10 2 25 31 9 20 237 197 338 36 12 2 31 34 8 24 303 224 21 5 3 3 34 9 6 5 11 3 3 2 22 9 8 6 161 442 771 352 820 592 579 071 569 202 358 654 358 218 103 978 037 034 380 507 566 114 261 704 645 187 600 968 266 908 083 707 589 910 174 264 3 136 217 120 19 153 452 200 217 2 684 2 413 2 831 293 198 45 180 479 129 286 2 352 1 646 143 38 38 22 144 41 37 26 34 17 17 2 47 28 18 23 5 888 297 66 20 266 213 145 68 5 675 4 550 8 681 377 107 15 339 276 100 148 8 405 5 361 126 30 7 30 354 80 37 43 55 20 20 – 72 13 13 4 2 510 56 25 15 31 210 149 40 2 300 2 108 2 054 99 65 30 86 87 56 28 1 967 1 193 39 9 9 – 87 13 13 – 18 – – – 7 7 7 7 7 747 349 103 69 307 527 366 133 7 220 6 480 8 292 522 247 62 389 531 158 287 7 761 4 944 343 73 42 58 365 80 43 53 119 50 41 35 194 101 95 61 752 31 16 3 22 67 29 33 685 613 788 33 18 2 22 62 17 37 726 525 82 10 7 7 104 15 11 9 34 9 7 5 66 24 22 12 646 282 025 303 983 572 995 664 074 688 768 744 992 843 790 433 673 584 335 222 691 728 243 077 762 867 619 046 018 054 471 546 757 865 258 917

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 46.

Fertility and Household and Family Composition by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Race

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Other race Hispanic origin (of any race) White, not of Hispanic origin

FERTILITY
Women 15 to 24 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 25 to 34 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 35 to 44 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women No children 1 child 2 children 3 children 4 children 5 or more children Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women 272 813 94 935 348 62 905 56 801 903 300 292 423 558 1 410 232 587 369 774 1 590 268 523 549 420 2 046 37 847 49 788 95 975 53 123 19 678 12 112 244 467 524 521 2 146 173 680 46 927 270 50 030 40 232 804 201 836 253 813 1 258 173 423 249 095 1 436 185 324 346 436 1 869 27 627 36 524 73 361 34 047 9 853 3 912 176 346 345 146 1 957 95 525 47 167 494 11 773 15 817 1 343 94 477 164 326 1 739 55 771 115 416 2 069 79 447 195 042 2 455 9 759 12 595 21 241 18 308 9 551 7 993 64 534 171 553 2 658 684 237 346 202 183 906 873 527 749 716 476 061 698 607 302 76 116 246 149 43 68 675 591 357 1 980 345 174 554 330 596 2 253 2 541 1 128 1 961 2 488 1 269 2 619 5 425 2 071 334 457 1 017 481 207 123 2 509 5 351 2 133 944 259 274 346 239 691 853 351 584 716 299 814 435 910 092 51 96 110 138 24 16 403 880 184 2 676 703 263 800 579 724 2 775 3 881 1 399 2 308 3 592 1 556 1 949 4 071 2 089 339 348 551 422 190 99 1 820 4 010 2 203 172 256 46 575 270 49 654 39 950 805 200 270 251 804 1 257 172 074 247 173 1 436 184 144 343 972 1 868 27 404 36 310 73 044 33 814 9 717 3 855 175 224 342 682 1 956

1 1 1 2 1 2

1 1 1 1

2

1 2

2

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
All persons In households Family householder Male Female Nonfamily householder Male Female Spouse Child Other relatives Nonrelatives In group quarters Persons per household Persons per family 3 486 703 3 370 963 935 575 703 931 231 644 323 208 135 731 187 477 722 261 1 097 387 199 480 93 052 115 740 2.68 3.16 2 407 683 2 331 581 680 599 564 084 116 515 242 556 99 330 143 226 580 933 687 382 77 716 62 395 76 102 2.53 2.98 1 040 010 1 003 371 246 606 132 951 113 655 78 243 35 048 43 195 132 399 397 982 119 401 28 740 36 639 3.09 3.64 8 8 2 2 935 497 585 011 574 644 312 332 1 734 2 575 455 504 438 2.99 3.32 21 20 3 3 298 276 908 252 656 1 295 722 573 5 930 6 800 1 383 960 1 022 3.08 3.62 8 7 1 1 777 238 877 633 244 470 319 151 1 265 2 648 525 453 1 539 3.15 3.54 28 25 5 4 1 2 1 334 436 981 842 139 032 106 926 5 003 9 227 1 619 1 574 2 898 2.94 3.40 2 391 911 2 316 755 677 171 561 276 115 895 241 302 98 666 142 636 577 794 681 981 77 054 61 453 75 156 2.53 2.98

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
Families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Married-couple families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Female householder, no husband present With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Subfamilies With own children under 18 years Married-couple subfamilies With own children under 18 years Mother-child subfamilies Persons under 18 years Percent living with two parents 935 454 199 725 344 157 171 94 35 49 46 6 2 35 922 575 898 384 429 292 970 778 241 320 685 021 227 563 819 048 66.3 680 310 137 584 263 122 72 36 11 17 14 4 1 10 560 599 639 343 806 730 397 599 479 387 358 742 295 679 029 531 80.6 606 827 558 798 067 418 097 050 709 913 987 763 837 25 632 350 547 43.0 246 138 59 133 76 33 98 57 23 31 30 1 2 585 1 591 684 2 027 1 241 543 409 258 107 133 115 41 23 69 2 278 66.5 3 908 2 567 999 3 273 2 210 938 467 290 32 205 109 105 9 61 5 989 86.8 1 877 1 274 800 1 525 1 044 674 206 164 85 76 68 23 15 28 2 703 73.6 5 3 2 4 2 1 981 715 094 804 979 763 810 576 246 251 218 79 46 115 8 820 71.2 677 308 136 581 262 121 72 36 11 17 14 4 1 9 555 171 712 292 943 134 494 217 215 280 243 652 239 648 977 630 80.7

UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS
Total Male and female Both male Both female 32 890 31 823 467 600 21 065 20 350 360 355 11 486 11 134 107 245 140 140 – – 118 118 – – 81 81 – – 309 309 – – 20 886 20 171 360 355

SELECTED LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Households With one or more subfamilies With related members 15 years and over other than spouse, children, parents, or parents-in-law of householder With roomer, boarder, or foster child 15 years and over 1 258 783 46 987 69 446 8 044 923 155 16 539 32 130 5 490 324 849 30 055 36 450 2 490 3 229 113 157 43 5 203 213 524 17 2 347 67 185 4 8 013 256 536 78 918 473 16 428 31 911 5 426

LABOR FORCE STATUS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
Married-couple families Husband employed or in Armed Forces Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Wife not in labor force Husband unemployed Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Wife not in labor force Husband not in labor force Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Wife not in labor force Female householder, no husband present Employed or in Armed Forces Unemployed Not in labor force 725 566 386 16 163 11 7 1 3 147 37 1 108 171 100 10 61 429 558 836 502 220 298 267 020 011 573 036 608 929 778 041 037 700 584 458 309 11 138 7 4 2 118 28 89 72 46 2 24 806 808 250 007 551 483 699 694 090 515 098 956 461 599 000 445 154 133 101 73 5 22 3 2 28 8 19 98 53 7 37 798 593 757 284 552 703 492 326 885 502 767 641 094 097 356 524 217 2 027 1 686 993 65 628 79 48 – 31 262 83 11 168 409 249 26 134 3 273 3 030 1 964 112 954 23 18 – 5 220 53 – 167 467 313 14 140 1 525 1 441 872 34 535 10 10 – – 74 35 – 39 206 123 28 55 4 804 4 303 2 539 142 1 622 68 43 5 20 433 158 3 272 810 520 38 252 581 456 307 10 137 7 4 2 118 27 89 72 45 2 24 943 313 825 907 581 434 668 689 077 196 988 953 255 217 728 439 050

76

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 76 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 47.

School Enrollment and Educational Attainment by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Race

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Other race Hispanic origin (of any race) White, not of Hispanic origin

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school Preprimary school Public school Elementary or high school Public school College Public college Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Percent enrolled in school: 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college Male Female 913 55 33 642 600 214 173 913 33 477 143 75 79 53 50 010 140 476 937 069 933 994 010 796 467 089 862 417 175 204 573 36 17 381 343 156 124 573 20 289 87 49 57 36 33 706 171 512 467 980 068 926 706 316 196 370 408 381 758 277 326 18 15 253 249 54 45 326 13 182 54 25 20 14 15 727 416 680 826 060 485 485 727 176 683 023 432 545 870 998 2 215 106 57 1 540 1 484 569 446 2 215 54 1 101 384 167 162 207 140 22.6 89.5 83.3 51.4 18.6 10.5 4.0 1 194 21.2 24.5 16.1 7 773 342 154 4 498 4 039 2 933 2 427 7 773 176 3 226 1 067 673 973 960 698 29.9 93.7 92.9 76.1 48.2 23.3 8.4 2 902 47.5 48.0 47.0 2 589 105 73 1 606 1 506 878 710 2 589 74 1 261 245 182 356 380 91 21.4 89.1 84.8 30.5 25.0 17.5 4.8 2 021 22.3 20.2 25.4 8 881 569 328 5 695 5 283 2 617 2 003 8 881 339 4 366 1 023 742 1 006 927 478 30.5 90.3 89.7 47.3 29.1 14.6 5.9 5 029 27.4 23.6 32.5 568 35 17 378 341 154 123 568 20 286 86 48 56 36 32 678 796 329 281 037 601 816 678 126 779 730 921 824 300 998

33.2 93.4 92.0 62.4 28.8 8.9 3.2 397 065 30.7 27.8 33.7

32.4 93.7 92.5 62.5 30.7 8.9 2.8 265 854 33.5 30.7 36.5

34.7 92.9 91.2 62.4 24.4 8.5 4.1 125 094 24.5 20.5 28.1

32.4 93.7 92.5 62.6 30.7 8.9 2.8 263 379 33.5 30.8 36.5

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 to 19 years 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 226 170 58 11 100 55 29 16 2 4 26 11 4 10 257 364 139 314 007 893 463 431 462 296 430 001 129 859 142 107 42 5 58 35 19 11 1 2 16 7 2 5 771 108 231 405 882 663 386 826 179 334 277 998 113 824 80 61 15 5 39 19 9 4 1 1 9 2 2 4 486 198 279 731 906 288 453 509 277 888 835 843 001 937 618 393 78 72 243 225 115 30 6 24 110 38 15 42 1 598 1 336 413 96 809 262 164 25 – 43 98 29 – 56 784 329 138 10 167 455 345 41 – 7 110 93 – – 2 302 1 393 562 65 702 909 654 147 18 31 255 164 – 67 141 106 41 5 58 35 19 11 1 2 16 7 2 5 478 200 865 358 427 278 115 720 166 323 163 934 113 781

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 18 to 24 years High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Master’s degree Professional school degree Doctorate degree Females 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Master’s degree Professional school degree Doctorate degree Persons 25 years and over Percent: Less than 5th grade High school graduate or higher Male Female Some college or higher Bachelor’s degree or higher Male Female Males 25 to 34 years Percent: High school graduate or higher Bachelor’s degree or higher Females 25 to 34 years Percent: High school graduate or higher Bachelor’s degree or higher 397 136 138 25 2 167 80 214 392 639 342 82 54 243 81 24 11 1 152 38 115 217 358 175 45 30 117 43 7 2 2 167 065 695 677 343 590 574 593 093 358 965 579 595 161 311 788 573 133 733 393 163 540 727 259 421 457 435 447 558 590 265 86 103 20 1 581 36 133 248 469 272 65 44 210 68 23 10 824 16 69 136 264 135 35 24 96 35 6 2 1 581 854 074 093 964 298 114 139 219 093 559 040 714 311 759 003 347 067 723 650 235 372 902 695 735 780 187 563 225 298 125 48 33 3 564 43 79 140 164 67 16 9 29 11 1 316 21 44 79 91 38 9 5 18 7 094 417 501 828 369 361 645 640 854 095 657 165 704 249 367 632 449 336 654 014 139 273 177 295 926 703 704 228 369 1 194 475 308 49 5 463 220 681 1 147 1 526 965 225 104 447 102 23 23 2 571 143 348 585 696 397 107 74 188 18 6 9 5 463 4.0 62.5 66.4 58.1 34.6 10.9 12.9 8.6 1 102 78.1 13.0 873 66.7 11.6 2 902 902 1 126 425 12 407 638 761 1 411 2 771 1 658 474 430 2 318 1 066 371 509 7 463 485 606 1 077 1 915 860 242 250 1 330 453 162 83 12 407 5.1 77.4 87.0 71.0 55.0 34.4 45.2 27.2 1 859 89.3 45.0 2 253 85.2 33.1 2 021 827 649 77 4 053 241 367 676 1 114 688 183 182 381 135 24 62 1 583 46 135 252 418 295 38 67 233 74 12 13 4 053 5.9 68.3 65.5 72.6 40.8 14.9 10.9 21.0 1 319 66.0 9.6 853 79.2 24.7 5 029 1 721 1 805 261 14 485 556 1 231 2 291 3 467 2 887 626 564 1 882 639 165 177 6 999 191 567 1 179 1 732 1 391 268 230 1 020 315 68 38 14 485 3.8 71.8 71.4 72.3 47.9 19.8 19.0 20.6 3 562 73.4 17.9 2 775 81.5 24.0 263 85 102 20 1 572 35 132 247 467 270 64 44 209 68 22 10 819 16 69 135 263 134 35 24 96 34 6 2 1 572 379 407 065 827 902 880 540 075 253 707 651 376 018 291 876 235 753 621 352 589 326 995 498 570 112 975 515 200 902

564

3.7 68.3 68.9 67.8 38.8 16.6 18.7 14.8 296 242 79.1 17.8 300 292 82.6 19.0

2.3 73.6 74.3 73.0 43.9 19.8 22.7 17.1 211 078 82.5 22.1 201 836 85.7 23.0

7.7 53.3 52.1 54.2 24.1 7.6 6.2 8.7 80 884 70.1 6.4 94 477 76.2 10.1

2.3 73.6 74.3 73.0 43.9 19.7 22.7 17.1 209 199 82.5 22.0 200 270 85.7 22.9

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 77 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

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Table 48.

Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Veteran Status by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Race

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Other race Hispanic origin (of any race) White, not of Hispanic origin

PLACE OF BIRTH AND NATIVITY
All persons Native Born in State of residence Born in a different State Northeast Midwest South West Born abroad Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area U.S. Virgin Islands American Samoa Guam Northern Marianas Born abroad of American parents Foreign born 3 3 2 1 486 436 385 023 212 164 589 57 27 2 1 703 739 744 146 076 090 953 027 849 731 372 353 51 700 29 23 746 49 964 2 407 683 2 378 142 1 474 995 882 217 164 326 154 383 513 727 49 781 20 930 1 716 749 110 45 487 11 18 465 29 541 2 250 218 1 219 466 1 011 878 493 574 518 304 193 060 325 244 53 254 51 452 190 222 30 316 610 616 17 648 1 210 445 1 157 283 53 162 1 210 445 1 136 023 973 330 162 693 127 090 23 692 7 052 3 044 1 815 1.08 3 047 2 164 18 67 25 162 611 2 710 3 046 30 348 8 556 26 715 1 183 730 202 206 223 246 203 100 523 667 819 946 586 189 20.1 55.3 561 150 002 017 1 040 010 1 036 662 902 662 129 902 45 964 8 228 70 989 4 721 4 098 157 345 235 – 36 – 3 596 3 348 945 566 372 255 116 53 63 22 4 31 4 294 506 597 681 916 008 908 587 836 632 853 30 230 5 931 8 8 4 4 935 753 563 089 475 616 2 412 586 101 – 20 – – 7 – 81 182 348 391 747 203 544 720 1 824 206 203 1 082 333 9 7 194 21 7 2 3 1 1 1 298 103 425 214 495 494 221 004 464 13 194 – 6 170 18 257 195 8 6 1 3 777 079 099 724 816 369 1 604 935 1 256 845 64 8 – – – 347 2 698 778 723 866 039 827 550 3 277 634 260 1 694 689 166 19 1 004 28 21 6 11 2 1 4 2 3 2 334 588 544 428 903 254 587 684 616 263 267 104 – 59 – 1 086 6 746 2 391 911 2 365 574 1 471 322 875 389 162 667 153 622 510 937 48 163 18 863 375 640 69 45 467 11 17 848 26 337 2 235 969 1 214 936 1 003 677 491 001 512 676 192 135 320 541 52 388 51 065 187 767 29 321 326 593 16 437 1 202 766 1 149 996 52 770 1 202 766 1 129 178 967 943 161 235 125 973 23 543 6 960 3 018 1 741 1.08 2 995 2 135 18 67 25 162 588 2 689 3 015 29 848 8 508 26 533 1 176 233 201 205 222 245 202 99 138 257 384 296 514 644 20.1 55.3 984 801 783 665

1 14 19 7 8 3 5 1 4

RESIDENCE IN 1985
Persons 5 years and over Same house Different house in the United States Same county Different county Same State Different State Northeast Midwest South West Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Elsewhere 3 231 539 1 798 138 1 402 856 756 044 646 812 248 364 398 448 77 292 57 483 226 459 37 214 835 957 28 753 1 636 356 1 569 250 67 106 1 636 356 1 511 909 1 234 700 277 209 204 403 43 523 16 635 7 411 5 237 1.11 18 092 14 827 41 140 50 183 2 851 2 926 4 598 50 538 16 928 31 365 1 604 991 260 278 307 332 281 144 574 476 434 874 328 305 20.5 55.8 538 184 468 801 8 3 4 2 2 901 052 768 547 221 026 195 611 732 1 829 1 023 20 85 3 976 7 1 4 1 3 25 7 14 4 10 1 8 1 488 745 657 233 424 632 792 750 710 4 432 1 900 449 68 2 569

PLACE OF WORK
Workers 16 years and over Worked in area of residence Worked outside area of residence 406 599 393 486 13 113 406 359 248 110 74 19 9 4 3 599 074 416 658 602 366 325 179 186 1.21 14 892 12 532 23 66 25 21 2 225 148 1 418 18 801 8 166 4 100 4 423 4 102 321 4 423 3 937 3 041 896 669 107 70 29 21 1.15 34 27 – – – – 7 11 27 254 59 101 4 322 800 542 915 751 837 477 21.6 58.1 1 140 1 278 643 1 261 1 188 34.5 107 3.5 1 295 307 170 122 519 36 94 113 47 160 – 19 10 287 9 947 340 10 9 7 1 1 287 284 467 817 473 199 61 58 26 1.12 19 19 – – – – – 21 60 556 101 246 4 602 4 432 170 4 3 2 1 602 591 446 145 569 159 127 101 189 1.26 100 85 – 7 – – 8 36 47 579 46 203 13 941 13 353 588 13 11 8 3 2 941 830 739 091 012 364 294 124 297 1.18 196 158 – 7 – – 31 57 73 1 196 134 455

MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION AND CARPOOLING
Workers 16 years and over Car, truck, or van Drove alone Carpooled 2-person carpool 3-person carpool 4-person carpool 5- or 6-person carpool 7-or-more-person carpool Persons per car, truck, or van Public transportation Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car Subway or elevated Railroad Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home

TRAVEL TIME TO WORK AND DEPARTURE TIME
Workers who did not work at home Minutes to work: Less than 10 minutes 10 to 14 minutes 15 to 19 minutes 20 to 29 minutes 30 to 44 minutes 45 or more minutes Mean travel time to work (minutes) Workers traveling 45 or more minutes Departure time: 6:00 to 6:59 a.m. 7:00 to 7:59 a.m. 8:00 to 8:59 a.m. All other times 402 499 54 68 80 82 74 42 452 338 033 101 716 859 21.7 57.0 041 655 783 020 10 041 1 2 1 2 1 742 058 983 217 581 460 18.0 53.1 803 823 516 899 732 12.0 103 1.1 835 223 180 150 395 43 102 15 7 38 – 12 4 399 1 057 871 684 859 608 320 18.2 58.2 993 1 278 524 1 604 511 19.2 86 4.0 597 319 177 147 164 39 21 12 – 42 – – 13 486 2 2 2 2 2 1 688 559 382 823 031 003 18.9 55.4 953 038 903 592

338 547 256 462

236 421 209 317

98 120 44 139

1 2 1 3

2 4 1 4

234 418 207 314

VETERAN STATUS
Male civilian veterans Percent of civilian males 16 years and over Female civilian veterans Percent of civilian females 16 years and over 364 206 30.0 17 485 1.3 381 57 34 30 113 15 37 44 8 101 691 445 570 104 019 401 604 820 863 334 401 2 804 297 743 33.6 12 856 1.3 310 36 23 20 88 14 33 38 8 88 599 972 009 015 595 005 547 005 346 367 342 2 420 64 032 20.3 4 333 1.1 68 19 11 9 23 1 3 6 365 624 034 670 346 278 840 675 463 12 727 59 353 2 021 23.8 314 3.5 2 335 1 003 662 558 630 166 144 147 44 183 – 18 296 477 33.7 12 675 1.3 309 36 22 19 88 13 33 37 8 88 152 429 632 684 221 882 433 893 309 238 342 2 405

PERIOD OF SERVICE
Civilian veterans 16 years and over May 1975 or later service only September 1980 or later service only Served 2 or more years Vietnam era, no Korean conflict Vietnam era and Korean conflict February 1955 to July 1964 only Korean conflict, no World War II Korean conflict and World War II World War II, no Korean conflict World War I Other service

78

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 78 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 49.

Labor Force Characteristics by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Race

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Other race Hispanic origin (of any race) White, not of Hispanic origin

LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 years and over In labor force Percent of persons 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Females 16 years and over In labor force Percent of females 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Males 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Males 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 2 669 383 1 762 523 66.0 64 425 1 698 098 1 603 425 1 274 020 94 673 5.6 906 860 41 416 1 400 424 816 145 58.3 8 541 807 604 754 322 546 002 53 282 6.6 584 279 16 330 114 657 43 667 8 823 56 308 138 845 89 702 7 546 24 606 726 880 606 064 21 763 66 103 134 638 83 907 2 355 48 298 61 359 15 529 45 830 38 244 92 580 11 144 81 436 73 744 111 600 41 904 9 082 58 854 136 691 86 966 10 049 36 754 753 504 539 283 30 540 179 835 156 439 66 729 2 500 87 197 79 927 12 392 67 535 61 024 162 263 8 159 154 104 147 197 1 910 931 1 278 075 66.9 47 450 1 230 625 1 183 481 953 117 47 144 3.8 632 856 23 750 983 253 566 177 57.6 5 020 561 157 535 894 390 618 25 263 4.5 417 076 12 549 73 360 32 377 4 573 32 391 97 087 65 634 3 729 14 919 530 747 459 752 11 324 34 149 106 650 68 451 1 641 36 480 49 008 12 999 36 009 29 800 70 826 8 994 61 832 55 322 69 411 29 678 4 124 34 649 89 775 60 768 4 238 23 116 523 126 379 494 14 541 126 690 118 672 51 531 1 650 65 485 60 500 9 220 51 280 46 131 121 769 5 913 115 856 110 320 729 218 463 532 63.6 14 303 449 229 402 825 307 489 46 404 10.3 265 686 17 330 402 295 240 906 59.9 3 001 237 905 210 532 149 814 27 373 11.5 161 389 3 702 39 668 10 899 4 090 23 194 39 335 22 968 3 749 9 246 187 085 139 353 10 199 31 088 27 145 14 809 714 11 622 12 160 2 433 9 727 8 350 21 530 2 110 19 420 18 241 40 818 11 732 4 919 23 537 45 028 25 259 5 721 12 985 220 581 153 837 15 498 49 945 36 702 14 737 841 21 117 19 118 3 121 15 997 14 635 40 048 2 240 37 808 36 442 6 950 4 911 70.7 458 4 453 4 074 3 276 379 8.5 2 039 157 3 158 1 889 59.8 112 1 777 1 606 1 125 171 9.6 1 269 24 390 66 83 188 510 319 14 69 2 383 1 785 105 308 332 241 – 91 98 44 54 54 79 19 60 60 228 80 10 121 359 188 11 98 2 038 1 208 141 656 324 128 9 187 78 2 76 76 131 – 131 131 16 023 11 038 68.9 786 10 252 9 727 7 553 525 5.1 4 985 61 9 241 5 595 60.5 102 5 493 5 131 3 687 362 6.6 3 646 32 816 208 67 445 1 022 423 20 309 4 395 3 610 71 396 368 296 – 72 77 53 24 24 104 11 93 90 782 259 29 463 996 600 31 324 6 308 3 925 302 2 051 715 315 – 400 189 32 157 157 251 – 251 246 6 261 4 967 79.3 1 428 3 539 3 318 2 585 221 6.2 1 294 118 2 477 1 578 63.7 306 1 272 1 159 758 113 8.9 899 23 423 117 10 90 891 358 34 63 2 270 1 564 64 162 143 110 – 33 16 – 16 16 41 10 31 31 361 155 – 84 533 151 48 231 1 451 819 58 493 26 18 – 8 42 17 25 25 64 6 58 58 20 246 14 956 73.9 2 818 12 138 11 435 8 780 703 5.8 5 290 368 9 502 5 736 60.4 575 5 161 4 819 3 261 342 6.6 3 766 76 1 164 349 58 409 2 094 1 048 101 169 6 389 4 685 172 413 631 412 21 198 214 85 129 98 252 46 206 172 1 138 524 25 391 1 365 580 73 527 5 718 3 412 242 1 872 694 244 2 448 195 55 140 129 392 4 388 380 1 899 609 1 269 853 66.8 46 324 1 223 529 1 176 786 947 987 46 743 3.8 629 756 23 643 977 613 562 805 57.6 4 822 557 983 532 899 388 545 25 084 4.5 414 808 12 504 72 717 32 179 4 531 32 129 96 130 65 068 3 670 14 849 527 441 457 190 11 233 34 021 106 215 68 192 1 620 36 325 48 839 12 921 35 918 29 735 70 654 8 948 61 706 55 227 68 761 29 340 4 106 34 402 89 099 60 414 4 222 22 879 519 686 377 425 14 398 125 544 118 163 51 342 1 648 65 167 60 354 9 175 51 179 46 036 121 550 5 913 115 637 110 109

PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
Females 16 years and over own children under 6 years labor force own children 6 to 17 years only labor force Own children under 6 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children under 6 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours With In With In 1 400 216 144 255 199 living with two 205 005 127 742 77 043 living with one 90 943 60 839 36 646 living with two 406 594 286 634 187 759 living with one 172 358 133 920 94 014 61 567 52 106 41 735 109 645 80 979 51 706 349 258 123 471 354 279 326 223 171 1 276 978 699 60 963 51 577 41 364 294 316 203 656 134 683 106 447 79 242 50 611 1 059 592 295 3 656 2 563 1 762 1 116 581 408 3 680 2 164 1 243 292 107 202 331 134 001 27 531 20 378 14 301 62 850 40 039 22 039 188 149 88 130 94 87 244 179 131 683 449 339 27 224 20 170 14 153 157 720 93 828 56 886 44 411 32 571 19 364 456 230 131 1 545 737 425 873 376 237 2 604 1 219 683 156 162 93 101 56 465 424 672 048 570 316 983 139 89 168 130 253 948 985 903 578 402 73 52 83 66 295 841 579 018 091 3 158 526 262 831 579 9 241 1 727 924 2 431 1 803 2 477 630 298 387 265 9 1 1 1 1 502 989 049 753 240 977 138 89 167 129 613 811 375 871 872

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 79 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

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Table 50.

Occupation of Employed Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Race

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
All persons Employed persons 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers Employed females 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers 1 603 353 163 7 42 190 30 19 8 29 78 55 456 18 36 182 46 44 91 39 219 7 53 26 10 200 8 26 8 165 65 45 33 8 20 221 71 85 63 337 143 54 49 47 16 73 15 27 754 179 68 3 23 110 4 1 1 26 59 46 295 15 11 94 17 13 63 33 173 5 53 24 4 127 8 4 114 44 22 4 1 3 21 2 2 15 126 75 26 6 6 1 16 6 425 660 295 418 788 365 375 980 622 960 211 679 249 350 056 118 026 645 447 302 725 793 817 449 165 890 648 343 932 899 264 122 595 686 720 207 234 717 713 824 124 825 656 591 688 531 845 886 322 006 197 283 519 809 604 766 490 070 417 938 653 542 774 504 071 824 609 592 833 278 179 135 649 588 357 844 767 387 458 078 963 351 459 062 970 966 067 050 282 676 916 830 171 005 823 302 White 1 183 304 144 6 38 159 27 18 8 25 62 43 376 13 30 151 40 41 69 24 179 6 46 23 7 111 2 18 7 90 37 18 20 7 10 174 59 66 48 196 80 33 30 29 9 42 9 16 535 147 58 2 20 89 3 1 1 22 46 36 237 11 9 72 14 12 45 20 144 4 46 21 3 66 1 2 61 26 6 3 1 1 14 2 2 9 66 38 14 3 3 9 3 481 688 913 002 069 775 664 458 016 468 168 551 324 943 992 918 914 742 262 897 471 283 853 794 643 340 107 952 069 281 633 834 519 111 853 549 205 237 724 061 016 874 800 197 150 221 389 261 894 785 212 431 486 573 832 454 288 080 917 835 707 683 497 358 466 638 254 652 169 256 351 730 588 380 996 999 520 385 299 070 011 074 879 139 215 246 643 872 304 938 833 765 692 105 522 856 402 44 16 1 4 27 1 4 15 11 75 4 4 28 4 2 21 13 38 1 6 2 2 86 6 7 1 73 26 25 12 1 9 44 11 18 14 138 61 20 18 18 7 30 6 11 210 29 9 2 20 Black 825 839 936 389 473 903 925 998 384 071 122 791 795 218 547 515 658 675 182 995 515 473 667 430 465 953 526 154 801 273 160 866 534 552 388 424 444 615 207 280 283 301 648 186 385 663 338 389 532 533 391 836 857 142 624 276 132 653 090 862 355 697 086 164 438 095 631 629 408 993 531 208 033 650 346 809 225 495 291 784 872 269 508 538 705 676 133 584 895 451 059 041 473 706 284 373 American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 4 074 728 362 12 51 366 57 28 9 69 153 100 934 28 95 369 104 92 173 46 442 – 98 58 5 473 – 95 30 378 205 79 134 2 94 858 253 422 183 947 349 197 145 145 62 194 68 48 1 606 288 136 7 28 152 8 – – 54 83 64 560 21 28 202 39 39 124 46 309 – 98 42 – 282 – 9 6 273 149 32 28 2 26 87 32 17 38 361 182 100 24 24 – 55 10 17 Asian or Pacific Islander 9 727 2 720 856 15 130 1 864 649 429 191 303 554 115 2 508 136 334 1 069 290 103 676 290 969 21 150 116 28 1 692 15 122 32 1 555 1 008 278 49 6 43 852 216 201 435 1 906 1 171 345 49 49 54 287 18 111 5 131 1 097 359 9 102 738 117 20 70 242 215 105 1 617 116 148 619 97 36 486 205 734 13 150 112 19 1 035 15 27 16 993 599 155 35 6 29 278 9 16 253 1 069 805 173 – – – 91 – 31 Other race 3 318 685 228 – 65 457 80 67 22 49 214 122 688 25 88 247 60 33 154 74 328 16 49 51 24 432 – 20 – 412 258 65 359 15 342 524 116 242 164 630 305 108 14 14 37 166 32 77 1 159 303 99 – 46 204 23 16 – 41 112 72 414 25 15 161 31 16 114 60 213 16 49 43 9 241 – – – 241 120 37 17 – 17 20 9 11 – 164 96 14 – – 6 48 7 25 Hispanic origin (of any race) 11 435 2 511 1 056 57 303 1 455 307 267 136 176 521 309 3 150 115 330 1 164 234 224 706 346 1 541 55 292 219 54 1 630 11 113 31 1 506 787 261 640 39 584 1 496 326 618 542 2 008 897 327 185 170 82 517 111 235 4 819 1 213 508 31 200 705 66 60 26 144 323 190 1 939 91 83 711 112 86 513 298 1 054 46 279 175 16 943 11 13 – 919 380 124 46 15 31 116 16 32 60 562 349 59 12 12 6 136 7 62 White, not of Hispanic origin 1 176 303 144 5 37 158 27 18 7 25 61 43 374 13 30 151 40 41 68 24 178 6 46 23 7 110 2 18 7 89 37 18 20 7 10 173 59 65 48 195 79 33 30 29 9 41 9 16 532 146 57 2 20 89 3 1 1 21 46 36 236 11 9 71 14 12 44 20 143 4 46 21 3 65 1 2 60 26 6 2 1 1 14 2 2 9 66 38 14 3 3 9 3 786 099 181 945 847 918 473 293 916 353 896 383 138 851 765 098 742 562 794 673 424 252 630 633 613 517 102 870 038 545 249 753 285 087 658 709 006 895 433 038 530 751 676 088 105 976 322 177 899 993 855 400 354 138 782 410 270 989 742 727 382 615 437 892 387 568 937 460 438 234 135 605 581 924 991 999 520 934 125 046 982 059 865 069 208 225 609 549 084 917 827 759 692 029 522 826

3 12 9 55 3 2 21 2 1 17 12 28 6 2 1 59 6 1 51 17 15 1 1 6 5 57 35 11 3 3 6 2

80

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 80 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 51.

Industry of Employed Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Race

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
All persons Employed persons 16 years and over Agriculture Forestry and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Chemicals and allied products Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Primary metal industries Fabricated metal industries, including ordnance Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation, communications, and other public utilities Air transportation Trucking service and warehousing Other transportation Communications Utilities and sanitary services Wholesale trade Retail trade General merchandise stores Food, bakery, and dairy stores Automotive dealers and gasoline stations Eating and drinking places Finance, insurance, and real estate Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Services Business services Repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Elementary and secondary schools and colleges Other educational services Social services, religious and membership organizations Legal, engineering, and other professional services Public administration Employed females 16 years and over Agriculture Forestry and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Chemicals and allied products Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Primary metal industries Fabricated metal industries, including ordnance Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation, communications, and other public utilities Air transportation Trucking service and warehousing Other transportation Communications Utilities and sanitary services Wholesale trade Retail trade General merchandise stores Food, bakery, and dairy stores Automotive dealers and gasoline stations Eating and drinking places Finance, insurance, and real estate Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Services Business services Repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Elementary and secondary schools and colleges Other educational services Social services, religious and membership organizations Legal, engineering, and other professional services Public administration 1 603 32 3 2 127 411 244 13 143 15 28 167 19 9 15 37 23 25 97 4 25 21 17 29 58 265 29 46 30 74 81 23 58 451 37 22 10 44 17 319 62 47 125 4 43 35 71 754 6 13 161 109 5 76 7 7 52 3 1 4 10 11 6 26 1 3 7 7 6 16 146 21 22 7 47 50 18 31 300 18 2 9 30 7 232 49 38 91 3 425 099 041 353 294 561 489 601 235 675 140 072 201 898 998 510 664 885 399 433 441 462 040 023 455 919 779 480 234 332 912 497 415 958 804 688 062 157 517 730 367 855 996 181 738 593 434 322 992 653 329 845 161 144 888 880 166 941 017 317 653 188 728 697 660 167 342 794 166 738 127 863 276 690 838 090 814 375 582 793 456 704 958 468 084 070 172 377 760 960 241 White 1 183 20 2 1 98 283 167 7 92 13 21 115 11 6 11 28 15 19 74 3 17 15 13 22 48 200 22 34 25 46 71 19 51 331 28 19 2 27 14 239 42 34 92 3 32 33 51 535 4 11 100 67 2 46 6 5 33 1 1 2 7 6 4 20 1 2 5 5 4 13 107 16 16 6 29 43 15 27 211 12 2 2 17 5 169 33 26 67 2 481 360 563 697 308 568 895 273 995 183 576 673 088 347 794 783 791 569 047 850 602 768 940 887 248 310 077 528 863 727 301 899 402 396 150 107 655 932 394 158 923 265 759 399 742 070 683 894 573 577 269 958 878 621 615 022 033 598 257 922 164 849 479 956 367 468 116 971 705 996 680 932 505 126 539 036 877 184 592 592 140 927 690 405 694 948 476 833 760 384 628 Black 402 825 11 231 463 642 27 778 123 485 74 253 6 226 48 894 2 339 6 220 49 232 7 967 3 342 4 055 8 341 7 460 5 886 22 786 535 7 720 5 573 2 982 5 976 9 735 61 883 7 316 11 492 4 183 25 795 10 079 3 449 6 630 115 843 9 276 3 405 7 392 15 563 2 982 77 225 18 670 13 188 31 708 738 10 2 18 210 2 1 58 40 3 29 1 2 18 1 1 3 722 199 900 532 369 76 54 789 373 283 216 945 048 234 090 355 459 291 184 American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 4 074 117 15 – 591 949 458 12 283 7 77 491 40 57 67 54 64 90 251 – 91 56 41 63 170 711 61 91 113 266 138 25 113 1 013 114 115 – 145 45 594 98 114 222 4 98 58 119 1 606 28 – – 39 340 201 4 174 – 21 139 2 13 10 9 29 22 59 – 7 15 22 15 62 403 58 43 19 174 82 20 62 557 51 31 – 63 21 391 73 103 132 4 64 15 36 Asian or Pacific Islander 9 727 21 – 12 324 2 756 1 546 63 912 114 234 1 210 82 117 61 235 299 264 212 26 14 42 50 80 202 425 279 299 45 216 298 77 221 965 212 36 15 420 71 211 560 233 047 40 Other race 3 318 370 – 2 293 803 337 27 151 32 33 466 24 35 21 97 50 76 103 22 14 23 27 17 100 590 46 70 30 328 96 47 49 741 52 25 – 97 25 542 116 55 260 – 62 49 220 1 159 10 – – 33 193 92 – 67 8 9 101 5 – – 6 25 – 37 – – 16 9 12 4 301 46 39 10 145 45 32 13 433 29 – – 58 14 332 85 32 146 – 34 35 103 Hispanic origin (of any race) 11 435 649 9 13 973 2 461 1 157 86 553 122 100 1 304 124 95 68 245 102 327 501 68 112 92 114 115 333 2 236 195 348 148 943 484 174 310 3 103 310 118 23 325 152 2 175 463 376 827 6 276 227 673 4 819 39 – – 135 721 397 11 296 37 23 324 28 – – 43 49 52 163 13 36 35 54 25 81 1 221 148 167 40 496 285 142 143 1 859 165 22 23 224 59 1 366 298 266 489 – 203 110 315 White, not of Hispanic origin 1 176 20 2 1 97 282 167 7 92 13 21 115 10 6 11 28 15 19 73 3 17 15 13 22 48 198 21 34 25 46 70 19 51 329 27 19 2 27 14 237 42 33 92 3 32 32 51 532 4 11 100 67 2 45 6 5 33 1 1 2 7 6 4 20 1 2 5 5 4 13 106 16 16 6 29 42 15 27 210 12 2 2 17 5 168 33 26 67 2 786 123 554 686 728 254 185 246 648 093 516 069 995 317 755 670 740 415 702 804 516 712 869 801 039 944 956 325 751 224 930 776 154 514 977 027 643 732 298 837 683 981 284 393 588 908 312 899 544 577 269 870 467 369 615 837 004 584 098 904 164 849 449 933 345 342 103 935 686 951 667 864 737 046 436 006 597 950 486 464 009 848 677 393 562 912 617 669 563 085 628

2

1

2

2 1

114 217 512 5 131 12 – 6 26 1 377 947 53 672 77 79 430 33 17 38 50 153 75 45 11 8 9 6 11 92 1 367 216 126 8 665 228 77 151 1 770 140 3 15 288 55 1 269 363 167 473 40 104 122 208

4 534 2 196 5 558 215 808 1 421 1 705 1 409 2 773 36 700 5 244 6 091 1 017 16 953 6 836 2 861 3 975 86 556 5 557 234 7 048 11 981 1 032 60 704 15 023 11 698 23 825 569 8 213 1 376 9 448

31 246 17 588 31 205

22 831 16 040 21 410

22 707 15 965 21 270

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 81 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

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Table 52.

Class of Worker, Work Status in 1989, and Last Occupation of Experienced Unemployed by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Race

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Other race Hispanic origin (of any race) White, not of Hispanic origin

CLASS OF WORKER
Employed persons 16 years and over Private for profit wage and salary workers Employees of own corporation Private not-for-profit wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers In agriculture Unpaid family workers Employed females 16 years and over Private for profit wage and salary workers Employees of own corporation Private not-for-profit wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers 1 603 425 1 172 971 38 136 65 979 79 532 130 088 56 679 91 848 8 826 6 328 754 322 527 862 9 447 41 600 46 888 83 739 21 799 28 723 3 711 1 183 862 34 51 54 89 40 78 7 5 535 373 8 32 31 56 14 23 3 481 815 584 997 000 256 975 875 273 563 894 177 173 958 594 090 666 995 414 402 297 3 13 24 39 14 11 1 210 148 1 8 15 26 6 4 825 821 131 394 995 324 622 968 546 701 532 947 090 330 007 950 684 344 270 4 074 3 102 100 139 153 213 170 289 – 8 1 606 1 276 45 48 42 112 69 59 – 9 727 6 783 305 337 269 1 111 581 613 – 33 5 131 3 680 139 222 157 509 245 304 14 3 318 2 450 16 112 115 184 331 103 7 23 1 159 782 – 42 88 78 135 21 13 11 435 8 439 139 390 334 700 915 606 28 51 4 819 3 321 32 206 189 466 368 244 25 1 176 857 34 51 53 88 40 78 7 5 532 371 8 32 31 55 14 23 3 786 882 461 788 808 845 519 403 252 541 899 047 141 828 511 818 499 794 402

WORK STATUS IN 1989
Persons 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Usually worked 15 to 34 hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Usually worked 1 to 14 hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Females 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Usually worked 15 to 34 hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Usually worked 1 to 14 hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 1 894 485 1 205 395 77 846 147 888 146 997 157 479 158 880 1 533 151 1 265 077 1 092 252 96 695 290 279 137 785 94 062 41 211 71 055 28 267 19 081 9 091 890 690 499 886 37 070 82 656 91 806 89 293 89 979 656 571 510 663 425 373 57 610 189 483 91 827 63 256 28 105 44 636 17 122 11 257 6 091 1 388 920 50 104 99 108 104 1 134 954 837 65 207 102 70 28 46 18 12 5 630 365 23 58 62 62 58 465 367 310 39 135 67 47 19 29 11 7 4 880 107 428 973 670 998 704 504 219 170 193 541 445 319 562 835 844 618 915 867 165 175 398 958 231 940 499 495 751 283 449 767 058 519 919 476 356 156 483 272 26 40 45 46 52 381 297 243 30 78 33 22 11 23 9 6 3 250 130 13 23 27 25 30 184 138 110 17 51 23 15 8 14 5 3 1 658 756 337 861 344 144 216 421 012 638 321 797 723 805 958 440 219 313 065 272 027 418 301 737 697 092 498 172 616 749 506 043 602 106 268 531 809 882 5 202 3 042 220 455 569 469 447 4 269 3 359 2 791 341 827 327 240 196 106 31 11 32 2 009 994 81 189 311 213 221 1 379 1 010 805 154 541 234 178 125 89 20 11 32 11 657 6 608 581 1 199 883 1 281 1 105 8 869 7 267 5 998 495 2 310 1 022 536 324 478 99 74 64 5 874 2 904 311 654 569 877 559 4 074 3 182 2 536 290 1 592 653 341 266 208 34 27 13 5 088 2 882 280 400 531 587 408 4 088 3 220 2 655 345 804 268 162 171 196 74 65 15 1 668 796 85 114 231 275 167 1 121 804 665 134 395 130 77 89 152 61 54 8 15 880 9 254 795 1 332 1 418 1 556 1 525 12 552 10 010 8 411 894 2 654 1 141 639 426 674 230 204 98 6 394 3 071 347 665 716 785 810 4 385 3 279 2 616 389 1 597 688 346 258 412 116 109 69 1 379 914 49 104 98 108 103 1 127 948 832 64 205 101 69 28 46 18 12 5 626 363 22 57 62 61 58 462 365 309 39 134 67 46 19 29 11 7 4 970 871 987 191 929 160 832 531 614 433 714 961 692 911 379 478 743 527 836 981 294 971 942 559 782 433 819 473 154 062 459 292 818 398 703 442 322 099

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989
Families No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers Married-couple families No workers 1 worker 2 workers Husband and wife worked 3 or more workers Husband and wife worked Female householder, no husband present No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers 935 109 261 439 124 725 76 156 386 356 106 96 171 29 85 41 15 575 918 517 629 511 429 729 361 149 171 190 352 778 308 935 436 099 680 75 180 338 85 584 63 130 311 288 78 73 72 10 37 19 4 599 910 299 947 443 806 983 752 204 881 867 208 599 025 661 970 943 246 33 78 96 37 133 12 23 71 63 26 22 98 19 47 21 10 606 500 751 464 891 798 499 917 101 756 281 178 097 034 696 274 093 2 585 261 742 1 265 317 2 027 124 471 1 176 1 064 256 221 409 125 183 52 49 3 908 182 1 150 1 915 661 3 273 114 807 1 729 1 590 623 599 467 68 300 85 14 1 877 65 575 1 038 199 1 525 9 414 939 880 163 146 206 56 95 55 – 5 981 295 1 968 3 047 671 4 804 131 1 368 2 749 2 571 556 503 810 142 426 195 47 677 75 179 337 85 581 63 129 309 287 78 72 72 9 37 19 4 171 754 135 222 060 943 871 910 627 408 535 910 217 992 429 872 924

LAST OCCUPATION OF EXPERIENCED UNEMPLOYED
Persons 16 years and over Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Professional specialty occupations Technicians and related support occupations Sales occupations Administrative support occupations, including clerical Private household occupations Protective service occupations Service occupations, except protective and household Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors Transportation and material moving occupations Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Last worked 1984 or earlier, or uniquely military occupation 87 3 3 1 10 8 14 2 9 15 2 8 018 608 158 302 682 229 619 777 403 556 659 501 974 506 44 796 2 866 2 155 913 6 510 5 443 140 413 5 100 980 6 096 6 933 1 422 3 787 2 038 41 225 695 968 368 4 075 2 665 479 362 9 080 1 572 3 494 8 433 1 519 4 583 2 932 309 24 7 – 20 30 – 2 55 – 26 61 25 33 26 489 12 19 21 66 62 – – 114 – 36 74 – 72 13 199 11 9 – 11 29 – – 54 4 7 – 8 31 35 639 42 47 16 76 51 7 14 120 37 30 64 13 53 69 44 422 2 845 2 117 897 6 455 5 427 133 399 5 049 956 6 073 6 881 1 422 3 767 2 001

5 044

82

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 53.

Income in 1989 of Households, Families, and Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Race

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Other race Hispanic origin (of any race) White, not of Hispanic origin

INCOME IN 1989
Households 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 Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Families 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 Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Married-couple families Less than $15,000 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 or more Female householder, no husband present Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Males 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Females 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Per capita income (dollars) Persons in households (dollars) Persons in group quarters (dollars) 1 258 103 129 122 242 214 219 155 41 28 26 32 935 45 63 81 175 172 191 141 38 26 30 36 725 89 124 142 172 133 62 171 30 29 28 40 36 6 1 188 17 783 342 447 979 955 045 733 736 822 724 256 214 575 092 052 570 377 300 501 812 786 085 797 562 429 858 574 178 425 940 454 778 211 416 777 883 227 264 823 636 56.0 24 130 1 195 848 9 221 35.5 16 140 11 897 12 059 7 156 923 47 77 78 171 164 181 136 38 27 30 36 680 15 28 47 118 130 156 124 35 24 35 41 584 59 92 112 144 118 58 72 6 8 11 20 21 4 891 20 155 731 638 447 667 802 025 474 105 266 118 122 599 037 813 450 431 269 491 020 296 792 023 277 806 191 292 328 252 495 248 599 990 881 141 411 072 104 257 562 59.0 26 372 842 726 10 375 36.8 17 035 14 115 14 318 7 874 324 54 50 43 68 47 36 18 3 1 16 21 246 29 33 33 55 40 33 16 3 1 19 23 133 29 30 28 26 14 3 98 22 20 17 20 14 2 284 11 849 769 892 596 962 343 662 055 373 197 555 091 606 566 743 476 109 519 230 722 162 079 375 588 798 734 835 520 617 406 686 097 965 367 442 243 944 136 456 360 46.7 17 160 342 270 6 947 32.3 13 470 6 800 6 852 5 385 3 229 287 400 324 761 466 610 282 26 73 22 297 28 691 2 585 154 239 262 656 417 557 222 22 56 24 641 30 487 2 027 367 488 393 492 209 78 409 113 103 46 106 35 6 3 495 15 577 56.8 20 572 2 478 7 712 32.5 15 175 10 288 10 433 7 467 5 203 398 333 438 919 927 987 754 290 157 30 454 36 896 3 908 236 158 248 643 682 828 699 278 136 34 785 41 579 3 273 380 505 578 724 681 405 467 83 31 111 97 127 18 6 070 16 933 56.9 24 803 6 562 9 237 38.6 16 335 11 391 11 629 6 657 2 347 157 184 174 646 507 449 171 28 31 25 185 28 890 1 877 99 99 134 538 413 395 149 28 22 26 057 29 451 1 525 186 454 359 340 149 37 206 60 34 37 26 49 – 3 545 13 964 56.0 17 309 1 812 8 571 36.4 14 452 10 187 9 367 14 041 8 013 558 625 576 2 080 1 591 1 353 782 250 198 25 795 32 544 5 981 257 310 400 1 526 1 285 1 177 666 213 147 28 107 35 090 4 804 517 1 172 1 053 1 078 645 339 810 110 167 89 224 199 21 10 032 15 338 57.7 19 255 7 485 8 382 34.9 15 443 10 723 10 428 13 313 918 47 77 78 170 163 180 135 37 27 30 36 677 14 28 47 117 129 155 123 35 24 35 41 581 58 91 111 143 118 57 72 6 8 11 20 20 4 885 20 473 512 321 143 409 888 271 923 895 111 133 121 171 960 665 252 579 534 843 542 123 673 046 283 943 944 639 723 641 032 964 217 956 813 116 275 968 089 888 585 59.0 26 396 838 207 10 382 36.8 17 037 14 133 14 336 7 879

MEDIAN INCOME IN 1989 BY SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS
Family type and presence of own children: Families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Married-couple families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Female householder, no husband present (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Workers in family in 1989: No workers (dollars) 1 worker (dollars) 2 or more workers (dollars) Husband and wife worked (dollars) Nonfamily households (dollars) Male householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) Female householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) 30 30 27 35 36 32 14 11 7 11 20 38 40 13 18 16 7 10 9 6 797 644 820 422 491 125 510 581 895 802 515 514 634 494 769 757 687 325 281 612 35 35 32 37 38 33 19 16 11 16 25 41 42 15 21 20 10 11 10 7 023 612 255 431 956 674 108 138 435 516 418 597 548 830 775 048 114 982 967 651 19 19 16 26 28 25 11 9 6 375 159 843 824 893 970 455 029 056 24 25 25 29 30 30 9 7 6 641 807 100 729 519 347 105 771 278 34 36 33 39 40 28 15 15 13 785 236 189 128 927 603 817 789 542 26 25 23 27 27 24 12 12 7 057 144 821 450 463 176 250 593 590 28 26 24 31 30 25 17 15 11 8 20 33 34 17 19 15 7 13 10 5 107 401 022 439 099 044 074 714 429 328 866 518 624 281 481 909 179 667 139 678 35 35 32 37 39 33 19 16 11 16 25 41 42 15 21 20 10 11 10 7 046 651 323 448 002 768 107 117 438 513 438 627 584 812 784 064 105 971 963 655

5 142 12 373 29 539 32 361 7 715 11 207 10 144 5 426 5 752 5 338 5 000–

5 945 17 911 33 294 34 665 10 500 20 170 12 981 6 915 7 167 6 263 5 000–

5 000– 25 767 40 450 41 987 18 703 22 984 23 854 – 13 542 12 708 12 083

5 000– 19 461 31 896 32 697 17 870 20 437 14 167 – 13 854 8 967 5 000–

INCOME TYPE IN 1989
Households With earnings Mean earnings (dollars) With wage or salary income Mean wage or salary income (dollars) With nonfarm self-employment income Mean nonfarm self-employment income (dollars) With farm self-employment income Mean farm self-employment income (dollars) With interest, dividend, or net rental income Mean interest, dividend, or net rental income (dollars) With Social Security income Mean Social Security income (dollars) With public assistance income Mean public assistance income (dollars) With retirement income Mean retirement income (dollars) With other income Mean other income (dollars) 1 258 783 1 023 687 32 572 993 844 31 297 123 721 16 990 17 728 7 710 375 299 6 329 7 98 3 185 9 123 3 244 482 005 300 111 531 648 716 720 923 756 35 731 34 106 18 15 8 348 6 246 7 38 3 150 10 88 4 155 718 840 281 280 325 091 630 242 986 559 957 611 243 443 229 436 227 052 324 257 22 252 22 16 9 1 3 23 1 81 5 59 2 34 6 34 2 849 108 944 999 672 185 613 980 887 393 940 550 185 401 895 243 235 602 852 3 2 29 2 28 229 792 693 678 522 444 14 358 73 1 982 589 2 356 477 5 233 303 3 468 335 9 043 381 4 664 5 4 36 4 34 203 873 308 740 941 568 19 910 32 75 2 006 3 233 338 5 891 245 3 383 519 7 992 361 4 391 347 196 763 146 014 199 25 978 13 1 574 325 3 478 160 6 998 108 2 403 205 7 290 145 4 394 2 2 28 2 27 013 226 349 060 677 785 21 716 59 2 163 2 019 3 727 979 6 879 432 3 537 829 10 328 687 3 882 8 7 32 7 30 918 752 35 727 34 105 18 15 8 347 6 246 7 38 3 149 10 87 4 473 456 843 131 284 790 074 600 255 376 571 335 612 075 438 650 434 771 054

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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SOUTH CAROLINA 83

Table 54.

Poverty Status in 1989 of Families and Persons by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Race

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Other race Hispanic origin (of any race) White, not of Hispanic origin

ALL INCOME LEVELS IN 1989
Families In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is determined Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Persons for whom poverty status is determined Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years 935 708 502 203 740 538 76 14 42 146 646 72 210 725 365 151 596 455 526 111 28 156 171 117 44 114 62 98 29 39 44 413 323 181 118 3 368 2 458 380 906 303 653 575 656 512 278 811 668 195 167 243 979 543 414 461 429 127 834 353 016 263 377 300 221 778 191 330 826 705 284 359 973 352 422 208 676 655 125 393 099 202 242 659 680 548 328 129 553 423 51 9 29 109 508 25 155 584 274 113 482 376 443 92 15 129 72 42 12 51 32 49 13 8 21 304 242 142 88 2 330 1 776 288 551 187 395 599 484 138 498 026 364 271 005 394 768 351 906 935 806 056 650 427 868 900 799 745 263 599 254 118 487 137 175 989 526 399 261 556 478 967 891 891 911 635 525 504 246 155 168 71 180 109 24 1 12 36 131 45 53 133 86 36 107 73 76 18 12 26 98 74 31 62 30 48 15 31 22 104 78 38 29 1 001 656 90 343 112 250 606 190 623 431 347 986 321 066 259 890 783 970 825 798 424 238 614 464 896 346 275 472 097 097 921 635 205 495 297 201 804 634 243 326 432 022 014 062 894 219 443 2 585 1 492 1 742 657 2 180 1 492 406 52 190 134 1 721 219 330 2 027 1 317 498 1 802 1 304 1 406 101 80 246 409 327 129 241 98 204 31 127 51 1 114 644 280 132 8 463 6 274 368 2 171 676 1 584 3 908 2 609 2 672 902 3 542 2 538 104 3 352 147 131 3 277 229 253 3 273 2 268 816 3 061 2 253 2 855 96 143 155 467 329 57 320 201 277 35 86 79 2 223 1 295 497 69 20 244 14 327 607 5 898 1 702 4 510 1 877 881 1 337 790 1 716 1 288 93 692 253 56 1 411 90 118 1 525 1 062 632 1 449 1 127 1 206 35 57 85 206 184 105 143 64 133 7 33 19 1 190 470 95 55 7 505 4 887 151 2 604 1 120 1 618 5 3 3 2 5 3 1 4 4 3 1 4 3 3 981 426 947 040 279 778 367 855 619 397 590 318 648 804 066 640 412 335 871 284 118 432 810 664 304 550 239 519 75 169 178 677 540 346 136 553 417 51 10 28 106 501 33 152 567 275 114 469 364 428 87 17 122 90 57 18 63 38 57 15 14 24 297 236 137 85 2 317 1 768 281 546 185 391 171 366 206 957 400 769 404 422 956 613 642 691 912 674 611 036 492 553 131 637 123 659 366 570 543 815 322 843 540 556 384 502 283 308 240 330 288 842 698 777 978

4 017 2 032 619 332 25 847 17 238 1 021 8 530 3 356 5 705

INCOME IN 1989 BELOW POVERTY LEVEL
Families Percent below poverty level In owner-occupied housing unit With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder under 65 years with work disability Householder foreign born Householder under 25 years Householder 65 years and over Householder high school graduate or higher With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Married-couple families With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Female householder, no husband present With related children under 18 years With related children under 5 years Householder worked in 1989 Householder worked year round full time in 1989 Householder high school graduate or higher Householder 65 years and over With public assistance income in 1989 With Social Security income in 1989 Mean income deficit (dollars) Unrelated individuals Percent below poverty level Nonfamily householder In owner-occupied housing unit 65 years and over Mean income deficit (dollars) Persons Percent below poverty level Persons 18 years and over Persons 65 years and over Related children under 18 years Related children under 6 years Related children 5 to 17 years Persons below 125 percent of poverty level Persons below 200 percent of poverty level 111 173 11.9 51 645 83 423 41 137 57 496 17 235 18 623 1 176 10 390 18 811 46 114 34 115 26 302 5 372 43 541 26 123 13 710 22 287 8 610 16 503 10 282 7 661 13 666 4 606 61 878 53 668 25 889 32 210 7 728 27 747 7 350 25 284 11 037 5 982 122 982 29.7 87 958 43 982 48 209 3 003 517 793 15.4 326 920 78 092 188 110 68 573 130 600 699 536 1 241 520 39 862 5.9 21 893 25 866 12 419 21 001 6 988 7 520 489 3 711 7 192 17 956 7 395 10 305 4 501 23 072 12 618 6 810 11 939 4 867 9 642 5 145 2 957 7 023 4 216 14 617 11 907 5 061 7 793 1 751 7 446 1 782 4 064 2 827 5 019 73 942 24.3 52 408 26 932 28 032 2 937 198 186 8.5 145 756 40 200 50 734 19 827 34 102 291 988 609 637 70 206 28.5 29 365 56 683 28 328 35 843 10 031 10 934 235 6 540 11 536 27 554 26 512 15 882 5 855 19 821 13 016 6 673 9 885 3 556 6 480 5 090 4 642 6 560 5 023 46 849 41 395 20 680 24 269 5 957 20 104 5 532 21 084 8 178 6 274 47 540 45.4 34 988 16 904 20 039 3 071 314 153 31.4 177 590 37 624 135 544 48 096 95 240 400 161 618 241 430 16.6 228 352 134 213 55 125 16 32 36 127 120 85 5 588 214 151 54 126 53 46 25 42 66 4 444 206 197 80 81 2 81 11 68 19 6 917 406 36.4 202 89 77 3 802 1 674 19.8 1 075 149 581 179 441 2 262 3 546 432 11.1 119 305 103 266 77 17 360 44 40 344 48 23 6 271 300 222 90 210 62 251 22 13 17 6 426 112 83 13 36 15 73 18 35 6 6 816 659 29.6 239 47 12 4 517 2 336 11.5 1 621 59 696 213 498 3 061 6 427 243 12.9 40 217 153 173 84 27 76 63 7 133 40 7 6 519 134 116 83 127 72 84 – 7 – 6 315 94 86 55 31 3 43 7 33 7 7 344 435 36.6 121 10 49 3 797 1 444 19.2 878 60 555 258 319 2 064 3 669 615 10.3 222 536 316 393 142 86 162 143 56 339 131 70 6 495 318 263 151 263 110 194 11 7 10 6 524 262 238 137 108 23 132 27 113 49 6 631 1 286 32.0 467 109 162 3 862 4 044 15.6 2 409 261 1 559 618 1 000 5 598 11 142 52 108 7.6 26 994 36 676 17 563 27 560 9 059 9 019 718 4 513 9 130 22 743 12 433 12 888 4 972 25 559 14 855 7 766 13 374 5 365 10 441 5 745 3 712 7 652 4 505 23 665 20 014 9 005 12 602 3 205 11 249 2 913 8 204 4 521 5 569 75 166 25.3 53 565 27 500 28 610 2 949 210 998 9.1 158 922 42 710 50 357 19 696 33 805 306 915 626 019

84

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 55.

Selected Characteristics of Persons 60 Years and Over by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990
Race

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State
All persons White Black American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Asian or Pacific Islander Other race Hispanic origin (of any race) White, not of Hispanic origin

LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Persons 60 to 64 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 65 to 74 years In households In group quarters Nursing homes Persons 75 years and over In households In group quarters Nursing homes 144 932 143 634 1 298 743 248 097 244 580 3 517 2 652 148 032 134 658 13 374 12 418 112 839 111 981 858 499 190 177 187 562 2 615 1 926 111 926 100 648 11 278 10 544 31 297 30 857 440 244 57 027 56 125 902 726 35 829 33 795 2 034 1 830 250 250 – – 287 287 – – 99 81 18 18 483 483 – – 480 480 – – 141 117 24 14 63 63 – – 126 126 – – 37 17 20 12 601 589 12 2 712 694 18 4 341 305 36 28 112 405 111 559 846 497 189 667 187 070 2 597 1 922 111 730 100 464 11 266 10 532

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 60 to 64 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 65 to 74 years Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 75 years and over Less than 9th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher 144 33 32 37 21 18 248 79 52 56 30 29 148 64 29 23 14 16 932 821 211 989 924 987 097 113 020 546 787 631 032 050 310 532 908 232 112 19 23 33 20 16 190 43 39 51 28 26 111 37 24 21 13 14 839 048 149 819 002 821 177 175 805 823 680 694 926 599 101 564 813 849 31 14 8 3 1 2 57 35 12 4 1 2 35 26 5 1 1 1 297 562 860 978 819 078 027 625 071 496 985 850 829 279 186 944 062 358 250 107 98 18 18 9 287 106 53 72 40 16 99 89 4 – 6 – 483 104 87 148 68 76 480 187 56 101 70 66 141 68 19 24 17 13 63 – 17 26 17 3 126 20 35 54 12 5 37 15 – – 10 12 601 109 133 158 85 116 712 179 133 204 109 87 341 158 76 14 43 50 112 18 23 33 19 16 189 43 39 51 28 26 111 37 24 21 13 14 405 967 073 687 934 744 667 060 732 673 583 619 730 525 047 550 781 827

INCOME AND POVERTY STATUS IN 1989
Married-couple families, householder 60 to 64 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 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 60 to 64 years living alone 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 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 65 to 74 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 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 65 to 74 years living alone 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 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Married-couple families, householder 75 years and over 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 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level Persons 75 years and over living alone 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 or more Percent with income in 1989 below poverty level 52 1 2 3 10 10 10 13 438 219 852 943 077 378 765 204 6.6 22 361 5 721 5 269 3 529 4 304 1 740 1 798 34.4 44 297 747 1 836 2 821 8 169 8 797 9 571 12 356 4.2 16 385 3 061 3 674 2 724 3 640 1 607 1 679 26.5 69 1 5 8 17 13 11 12 195 118 053 992 098 143 332 459 4.6 43 592 8 535 15 256 7 203 6 918 2 678 3 002 27.2 23 604 622 3 469 4 707 5 750 3 241 2 752 3 063 8.4 41 459 10 431 16 585 5 370 4 643 1 999 2 431 36.0 7 917 470 1 008 1 089 1 857 1 520 1 138 835 19.6 5 879 2 643 1 572 780 655 130 99 56.5 13 145 925 3 284 2 633 3 066 1 350 1 252 635 25.8 14 520 7 905 4 649 1 112 603 175 76 65.2 5 201 426 2 017 1 073 944 370 198 173 32.8 12 416 7 544 3 944 519 279 92 38 71.5 97 – 8 26 33 23 7 – 8.2 48 17 12 8 – 3 8 43.8 90 – 24 5 40 10 11 – 18.9 91 47 27 – 8 – 9 53.8 11 – 8 3 – – – – 72.7 34 23 11 – – – – 82.4 85 2 – 7 9 19 38 10 2.4 49 – 11 17 9 – 12 – 78 2 12 6 18 10 – 30 17.9 46 – 9 19 18 – – – 18 – 8 – 7 – 3 – 44.4 13 6 2 5 – – – 46.2 42 – – – 9 19 11 3 – – – – – – – – – 25 – – – 25 – – – – 47 24 23 – – – – 87.2 10 – – – – 10 – – – – – – – – – – – 174 – – 9 38 54 38 35 – 99 22 30 8 27 12 – 35.4 225 – 7 5 68 53 28 64 3.1 187 63 85 4 33 2 – 42.8 59 4 7 4 25 11 8 – 6.8 87 36 22 27 2 – – 41.4 42 040 746 1 847 2 787 7 726 8 279 8 980 11 675 4.8 15 631 3 255 3 562 2 506 3 266 1 495 1 547 29.3 381 213 228 469 350 106 413 602 5.4 42 019 9 240 14 543 6 663 6 356 2 416 2 801 29.8 22 256 686 3 509 4 334 5 440 2 870 2 583 2 834 10.0 39 285 10 527 15 500 4 954 4 237 1 846 2 221 37.4 65 1 5 8 16 12 10 11

533 045 373 636 247 513 595 124 8.0 58 296 16 511 19 964 8 334 7 547 2 853 3 087 36.8 844 048 502 783 701 621 953 236 12.9 53 922 18 004 20 542 5 894 4 922 2 091 2 469 44.2 28 1 5 5 6 3 2 3

82 2 8 11 20 14 12 13

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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SOUTH CAROLINA 85

Table 56.

Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of White Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

AGE
All persons Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 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 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Median age 1 313 51 33 80 75 46 45 115 121 115 100 93 76 61 59 61 107 65 216 894 508 092 962 106 352 550 931 651 952 574 155 640 591 748 810 700 33.7 261 8 5 12 11 6 13 31 27 22 19 16 12 10 10 11 24 18 936 711 294 372 163 898 578 835 097 834 018 806 321 158 100 324 316 111 33.1 751 31 21 50 47 28 21 60 72 69 61 57 46 36 34 33 51 26 038 938 225 293 688 739 346 246 075 324 627 017 629 921 459 140 741 630 33.0 300 11 6 17 17 10 10 23 22 23 20 19 17 14 15 17 31 20 242 245 989 427 111 469 428 469 759 493 307 751 205 561 032 284 753 959 36.7 1 094 42 29 74 77 48 33 71 82 92 91 87 71 58 52 51 82 46 467 907 156 635 897 374 640 312 984 348 132 287 367 852 892 091 367 226 34.7 29 747 743 607 1 273 1 657 1 271 724 1 723 1 644 1 655 1 882 2 2 1 2 2 3 1 025 258 982 086 245 982 990 44.2 1 558 62 41 101 99 60 54 129 138 138 126 118 96 76 70 66 111 66 730 725 541 008 192 110 109 622 845 422 045 213 472 596 219 958 932 721 33.3 217 6 4 9 9 5 12 27 20 18 15 13 10 8 8 9 20 16 124 840 179 560 004 575 694 269 965 220 344 947 308 437 341 515 725 201 33.4 1 341 55 37 91 90 54 41 102 117 120 110 104 86 68 61 57 91 50 606 885 362 448 188 535 415 353 880 202 701 266 164 159 878 443 207 520 33.3 848 32 21 53 54 34 24 57 66 69 66 62 51 43 42 45 78 45 953 076 123 719 667 370 883 240 070 577 039 648 050 896 264 881 245 205 35.8 547 20 14 36 38 24 14 34 40 44 44 42 34 29 27 28 46 26 485 671 185 204 252 177 872 034 043 744 644 924 821 604 425 533 218 134 35.7

FERTILITY
Women 15 to 24 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 25 to 34 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 35 to 44 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women No children 1 child 2 children 3 children 4 children 5 or more children Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women 99 227 24 439 246 26 974 20 518 761 114 494 130 137 1 137 94 308 127 434 1 351 97 236 173 255 1 782 17 090 19 689 36 911 17 121 4 626 1 799 91 098 172 560 1 894 1 313 216 1 255 476 359 564 291 441 68 123 158 893 64 129 94 764 301 605 352 431 39 771 43 212 57 740 2.43 2.93 359 159 74 304 132 65 43 22 7 8 7 2 564 969 759 066 444 577 534 288 385 673 441 051 819 5 180 287 562 79.2 12 979 12 508 290 181 518 457 8 240 16 920 3 790 25 742 3 546 138 4 526 2 691 595 22 904 19 838 866 16 806 19 325 1 150 17 217 26 894 1 562 4 485 3 509 5 615 2 636 752 220 15 286 26 828 1 755 261 230 61 48 13 44 17 27 51 54 6 11 31 936 123 762 712 050 034 030 004 392 191 938 806 813 2.18 2.82 52 989 14 340 271 16 478 12 268 745 68 806 81 795 1 189 58 162 80 231 1 379 59 607 108 961 1 828 9 344 12 059 23 332 10 915 2 837 1 120 56 592 108 564 1 918 751 735 212 174 38 77 34 43 179 220 22 23 15 038 830 512 031 481 825 132 693 214 361 819 099 208 2.54 2.99 20 496 6 553 320 5 970 5 559 931 22 784 28 504 1 251 19 340 27 878 1 441 20 412 37 400 1 832 3 261 4 121 7 964 3 570 1 037 459 19 220 37 168 1 934 300 289 85 68 16 37 12 24 70 77 10 8 10 242 523 290 698 592 034 967 067 999 879 014 307 719 2.37 2.87 74 453 22 488 302 23 056 19 714 855 87 342 123 676 1 416 79 115 121 661 1 538 88 088 173 181 1 966 10 537 16 835 36 450 16 926 5 227 2 113 85 248 172 586 2 025 1 094 467 1 076 105 321 035 272 643 48 392 83 663 35 201 48 462 279 328 334 951 37 945 19 183 18 362 2.66 3.03 035 670 584 740 286 820 065 191 002 685 301 244 860 4 849 272 969 82.2 8 086 7 842 70 174 404 698 8 299 15 210 1 700 321 150 62 280 131 56 29 14 4 8 7 2 1 860 318 171 386 251 650 1 573 2 074 1 318 1 266 2 065 1 631 2 060 4 116 1 998 259 363 777 488 142 31 1 938 4 060 2 095 29 29 9 8 1 2 747 747 503 491 012 090 853 1 237 8 595 8 010 1 224 325 – 2.57 2.88 9 3 1 8 2 1 503 042 169 633 832 119 552 102 23 249 196 88 35 93 5 551 85.8 102 89 – 13 11 593 247 517 32 118 486 29 028 245 32 032 24 449 763 135 624 163 524 1 206 115 046 160 811 1 398 121 963 223 041 1 829 19 668 24 090 47 819 21 719 6 254 2 413 115 639 222 311 1 922 1 558 730 1 505 427 433 383 358 367 75 016 161 440 68 175 93 265 369 402 446 461 48 905 45 836 53 303 2.53 3.00 433 202 91 372 171 81 46 23 7 11 9 2 383 166 632 241 691 730 445 807 587 075 434 640 999 6 594 364 576 80.7 14 405 13 842 303 260 594 823 10 534 20 244 4 059 23 003 2 554 111 3 348 1 751 523 18 821 14 912 792 13 358 14 480 1 084 14 562 21 767 1 495 4 085 3 040 4 602 2 067 604 164 12 825 21 711 1 693 217 191 50 39 10 38 14 24 41 43 6 10 25 124 614 759 796 963 931 744 187 971 360 060 533 510 2.14 2.80 95 483 26 474 277 28 684 22 698 791 116 803 148 612 1 272 101 688 146 331 1 439 107 401 201 274 1 874 15 583 21 050 43 217 19 652 5 650 2 249 102 814 200 600 1 951 1 341 606 1 313 813 382 624 318 571 64 053 122 509 53 431 69 078 327 431 403 101 42 845 35 303 27 793 2.60 3.02 382 182 81 330 155 73 39 20 6 9 8 2 624 499 842 021 561 162 752 879 565 856 407 337 888 5 873 329 418 81.0 12 195 11 809 180 206 505 133 9 399 17 404 3 266 55 194 17 899 324 17 998 15 783 877 66 212 90 289 1 364 58 377 88 284 1 512 63 361 123 395 1 947 7 959 12 434 25 542 12 328 3 599 1 499 60 707 122 835 2 023 848 826 247 205 41 81 31 49 211 240 28 16 22 953 154 216 717 499 116 155 961 531 921 811 559 799 2.52 2.95 35 261 11 691 332 11 625 10 257 882 42 415 60 865 1 435 38 248 59 648 1 560 43 039 85 877 1 995 4 653 8 477 17 740 8 576 2 544 1 049 41 557 85 531 2 058 547 541 162 136 25 44 17 27 140 164 19 9 6 485 320 489 802 687 936 752 184 179 826 733 157 165 2.61 3.00

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
All persons In households Family householder Male Female Nonfamily householder Male Female Spouse Child Other relatives Nonrelatives In group quarters Persons per household Persons per family

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
Families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Married-couple families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Female householder, no husband present With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Subfamilies With own children under 18 years Married-couple subfamilies With own children under 18 years Mother-child subfamilies Persons under 18 years Percent living with two parents 61 24 12 51 20 10 8 3 1 1 1 762 878 484 543 512 945 110 657 288 404 190 348 134 835 44 438 79.1 2 730 2 544 132 54 105 796 1 309 3 238 885 512 127 975 008 578 513 485 267 311 131 420 194 483 3 137 179 883 80.1 7 724 7 497 134 93 290 337 4 938 9 529 2 268 212 100 46 181 83 41 24 13 4 5 4 1 290 964 300 515 354 119 939 364 786 138 831 509 202 1 208 63 241 76.9 2 525 2 467 24 34 122 324 1 993 4 153 637 85 34 15 71 28 13 10 5 1 2 1 759 667 790 220 130 568 693 928 022 219 027 303 111 721 35 158 78.0 2 210 2 033 123 54 89 690 1 135 2 840 793 50 19 9 42 16 8 6 2 1 1 1 247 108 45 212 92 40 26 12 3 6 5 1 216 473 711 565 039 667 154 672 800 283 308 655 680 3 435 195 955 80.5 6 660 6 508 57 95 328 332 6 005 11 886 1 431 162 73 29 140 63 26 15 7 2 4 3 1 489 839 947 995 751 985 695 505 129 336 659 169 492 2 318 133 489 81.5 3 851 3 761 31 59 207 425 4 155 8 143 875

UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS
Total Male and female Both male Both female

SELECTED LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Households With one or more subfamilies With related members 15 years and over other than spouse, children, parents, or parents-in-law of householder With roomer, boarder, or foster child 15 years and over

86

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 86 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 57.

Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of Black Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

AGE
All persons Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 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 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Median age 563 33 21 53 50 29 23 49 51 49 43 33 24 19 17 15 28 18 740 131 467 342 682 756 213 608 123 676 573 597 947 168 057 876 759 765 27.0 174 10 6 15 14 8 8 15 15 15 13 9 7 5 5 5 10 6 224 023 367 067 558 761 314 944 528 193 100 812 670 724 635 270 411 847 27.6 214 12 8 21 19 11 7 18 21 20 18 14 10 7 5 5 7 4 284 740 297 656 407 173 053 605 217 841 032 319 063 408 821 147 846 659 26.9 175 10 6 16 16 9 7 15 14 13 12 9 7 6 5 5 10 7 232 368 803 619 717 822 846 059 378 642 441 466 214 036 601 459 502 259 26.5 476 23 16 44 47 29 17 34 35 39 37 31 22 18 15 15 28 17 270 645 473 771 799 481 518 755 406 156 888 513 754 865 493 421 268 064 28.3 18 666 946 497 1 930 2 020 1 216 695 1 311 1 516 1 410 1 350 1 120 906 697 633 570 1 180 669 27.4 1 812 837 462 257 352 1 370 1 602 2 750 1 717 986 1 991 2 019 1 342 3 729 2 779 145 196 313 276 188 224 1 135 3 333 2 937 18 18 4 2 1 666 666 467 666 801 827 406 421 2 717 7 529 2 740 386 – 3.52 3.90 4 467 2 412 884 2 737 1 528 511 1 466 805 321 763 736 55 28 599 6 609 46.2 139 132 – 7 5 294 723 810 23 526 29 19 48 47 28 20 44 46 46 42 33 25 19 16 14 26 16 355 110 219 825 183 510 674 458 719 947 443 324 394 333 383 974 236 623 27.7 155 8 5 13 12 7 7 13 13 13 11 8 7 5 5 4 9 6 463 976 747 361 865 976 508 844 529 642 724 841 016 162 016 755 300 201 27.8 370 20 13 35 34 20 13 30 33 33 30 24 18 14 11 10 16 10 892 134 472 464 318 534 166 614 190 305 719 483 378 171 367 219 936 422 27.7 513 27 18 49 51 30 20 39 39 41 39 31 22 18 16 16 30 19 655 666 721 288 298 727 057 905 810 885 018 786 307 700 167 323 791 206 27.4 332 16 11 31 34 20 11 23 24 27 26 21 15 12 10 11 20 12 881 751 853 834 215 948 774 746 442 499 158 802 219 783 508 043 145 161 28.1

FERTILITY
Women 15 to 24 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 25 to 34 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 35 to 44 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women No children 1 child 2 children 3 children 4 children 5 or more children Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women 53 829 29 305 544 6 938 9 306 1 341 54 815 93 475 1 705 31 863 63 879 2 005 42 392 99 582 2 349 5 683 7 121 11 454 9 751 4 756 3 627 33 903 85 786 2 530 563 536 133 65 68 48 21 26 65 210 59 18 26 740 845 944 531 413 057 098 959 431 895 708 810 895 2.95 3.51 17 565 9 403 535 1 795 2 428 1 353 16 419 27 289 1 662 8 719 16 947 1 944 12 206 26 908 2 204 1 882 2 152 3 286 2 810 1 155 921 9 315 22 295 2 393 174 161 39 17 22 16 6 9 17 62 19 6 13 224 055 746 283 463 303 804 499 111 279 249 367 169 2.87 3.49 18 965 10 089 532 3 209 4 106 1 280 22 421 35 918 1 602 14 454 27 230 1 884 17 630 40 717 2 310 2 143 3 053 5 196 4 080 1 835 1 323 14 908 36 802 2 469 214 206 52 29 22 16 8 8 29 81 19 7 7 284 930 558 672 886 567 091 476 838 699 102 166 354 3.00 3.50 17 299 9 813 567 1 934 2 772 1 433 15 975 30 268 1 895 8 690 19 702 2 267 12 556 31 957 2 545 1 658 1 916 2 972 2 861 1 766 1 383 9 680 26 689 2 757 175 168 41 18 23 15 6 8 18 66 21 5 6 232 860 640 576 064 187 203 984 482 917 357 277 372 2.97 3.56 41 696 17 862 428 4 835 6 511 1 347 39 662 70 851 1 786 23 908 51 537 2 156 37 055 95 460 2 576 4 076 5 474 9 787 8 557 4 795 4 366 30 631 85 767 2 800 476 466 112 67 45 30 13 16 66 187 59 9 9 270 526 662 420 242 186 950 236 968 087 693 930 744 3.26 3.78 48 729 24 123 495 6 368 8 113 1 274 49 595 81 708 1 648 29 385 57 839 1 968 40 922 94 741 2 315 5 298 7 105 11 416 9 472 4 322 3 309 33 104 83 182 2 513 526 503 125 67 57 41 18 22 67 197 55 16 23 355 236 181 244 937 510 754 756 048 130 596 771 119 3.02 3.56 15 708 8 570 546 1 542 2 173 1 409 14 639 24 299 1 660 7 708 15 123 1 962 11 017 24 117 2 189 1 741 1 991 2 944 2 448 1 054 839 8 295 19 735 2 379 155 144 35 15 20 14 6 8 15 55 17 5 11 463 436 725 283 442 873 204 669 147 669 234 788 027 2.85 3.47 33 021 15 553 471 4 826 5 940 1 231 34 956 57 409 1 642 21 677 42 716 1 971 29 905 70 624 2 362 3 557 5 114 8 472 7 024 3 268 2 470 24 809 63 447 2 557 370 358 89 51 37 26 12 14 51 141 38 10 12 892 800 456 961 495 637 550 087 901 461 362 983 092 3.09 3.59 46 796 23 044 492 5 405 7 704 1 425 44 882 82 618 1 841 26 386 57 577 2 182 38 525 100 301 2 604 4 461 5 490 9 825 8 836 5 229 4 684 31 430 88 371 2 812 513 500 121 65 55 36 16 20 65 200 63 11 13 655 135 425 707 718 733 294 439 351 852 805 969 520 3.16 3.72 28 966 12 926 446 3 303 4 683 1 418 28 184 51 119 1 814 16 982 36 907 2 173 25 693 67 445 2 625 2 804 3 624 6 649 5 880 3 490 3 246 21 296 60 497 2 841 332 328 78 46 32 21 10 11 46 132 42 6 4 881 000 980 329 651 578 031 547 133 283 435 591 881 3.26 3.79

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
All persons In households Family householder Male Female Nonfamily householder Male Female Spouse Child Other relatives Nonrelatives In group quarters Persons per household Persons per family

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
Families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Married-couple families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Female householder, no husband present With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Subfamilies With own children under 18 years Married-couple subfamilies With own children under 18 years Mother-child subfamilies Persons under 18 years Percent living with two parents 944 789 516 285 478 573 808 996 452 723 316 825 418 12 682 188 378 38.4 7 652 7 444 72 136 182 001 14 798 19 188 1 618 133 77 35 66 37 17 59 36 16 15 15 39 21 9 17 9 4 19 11 5 4 4 746 997 923 424 212 211 936 835 277 967 866 244 143 4 068 54 776 32.1 2 536 2 500 19 17 56 049 4 707 6 362 704 52 32 14 30 18 9 19 12 5 5 4 558 310 927 213 365 163 420 566 236 097 912 294 109 4 021 73 273 47.3 2 850 2 747 37 66 69 125 4 909 6 320 525 41 23 10 18 9 4 20 12 5 5 5 640 482 666 648 901 199 452 595 939 659 538 287 166 4 593 60 329 33.3 2 266 2 197 16 53 56 827 5 182 6 506 389 112 61 24 67 38 15 38 20 7 16 15 662 038 042 513 589 845 289 054 257 190 671 938 419 12 950 162 169 48.4 3 834 3 690 35 109 142 848 15 257 17 262 872 181 074 277 869 612 594 931 321 295 822 339 915 432 11 668 172 847 43.5 6 633 6 435 78 120 166 691 13 964 17 961 1 554 125 71 31 67 38 17 49 29 12 14 14 35 19 8 15 8 3 18 10 4 4 4 725 695 871 392 088 624 160 728 832 442 350 219 127 3 641 48 925 31.5 2 352 2 316 19 17 50 598 4 238 5 734 667 456 379 406 477 524 970 771 593 463 380 989 696 305 8 027 123 922 48.2 4 281 4 119 59 103 116 093 9 726 12 227 887 89 51 22 52 30 13 31 18 7 10 9 425 753 281 929 455 824 166 729 414 091 648 848 405 13 964 177 700 42.6 4 853 4 699 29 125 158 158 16 091 18 489 936 121 67 28 65 37 15 48 27 11 17 16 980 387 128 459 791 038 712 996 515 347 024 557 234 9 301 115 601 46.9 2 611 2 526 13 72 100 558 10 816 12 057 534 78 43 17 46 26 11 27 14 5 11 11

UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS
Total Male and female Both male Both female

SELECTED LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Households With one or more subfamilies With related members 15 years and over other than spouse, children, parents, or parents-in-law of householder With roomer, boarder, or foster child 15 years and over

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 87 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

SOUTH CAROLINA 87

Table 58.

Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

AGE
All persons Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 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 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Median age 4 877 224 144 293 242 201 154 593 600 667 398 356 323 159 218 131 114 60 29.9 340 130 382 108 79 731 522 797 527 407 775 904 361 770 133 42 63 124 93 15 24 354 770 175 841 17 12 51 30 46 18 120 142 98 93 60 47 14 18 14 43 18 29.5 64 26 406 18 20 111 108 128 185 69 128 855 100 208 080 15 19 37 15 – 14 93 208 237 841 670 172 123 49 131 63 68 108 155 37 67 171 2.21 2.80 172 96 36 144 80 25 28 16 11 7 – 7 – – 156 74.4 12 12 – – 303 – 3 5 2 649 100 55 147 109 92 90 273 336 439 205 200 213 88 169 72 35 26 31.4 185 55 297 72 35 486 309 534 728 267 534 000 163 310 902 19 44 54 36 – 10 163 310 902 1 387 107 77 95 103 63 46 200 122 130 100 96 63 57 31 45 36 16 25.1 91 49 538 18 24 333 105 135 286 71 113 592 98 252 571 8 – 33 42 15 – 98 252 571 4 058 124 95 349 346 260 171 276 326 382 333 392 266 219 188 119 173 39 31.1 344 107 311 94 104 106 351 730 080 309 701 269 337 837 484 34 53 122 56 28 44 321 821 558 61 – – 3 – 17 1 8 1 – 7 9 2 8 5 – – – 35.4 7 – – – – – 1 – – 1 – – 14 33 2 357 3 – – 11 – – 14 33 2 357 61 61 15 11 4 – – – 15 27 2 2 – 4.00 4.00 15 13 2 11 11 – 4 2 2 – – – – – 20 85.0 – – – – 15 – 7 – 5 301 160 120 363 249 265 210 496 582 749 478 446 434 185 235 143 123 63 31.4 412 82 199 90 53 589 596 990 661 480 990 063 416 920 212 60 71 134 84 22 45 409 920 249 711 17 12 44 24 49 10 104 98 82 88 36 40 14 18 14 43 18 29.9 59 10 169 10 4 400 87 86 989 48 86 1 792 71 141 1 986 15 19 13 15 – 9 64 141 2 203 711 560 147 98 49 131 63 68 71 137 37 37 151 2.16 2.80 147 71 18 119 55 7 28 16 11 7 – 7 – – 146 72.6 12 12 – – 278 – 3 5 4 590 143 108 319 225 216 200 392 484 667 390 410 394 171 217 129 80 45 31.6 353 72 204 80 49 613 509 904 776 432 904 093 345 779 258 45 52 121 69 22 36 345 779 258 3 634 188 119 279 339 196 115 373 344 300 253 302 155 193 171 107 164 36 28.0 272 155 570 112 130 161 277 537 939 236 486 059 282 687 436 16 45 112 65 21 23 266 671 523 2 191 88 49 189 230 151 52 174 201 156 154 196 98 142 123 46 122 20 29.0 177 90 508 86 90 047 168 375 232 143 346 420 158 355 247 16 38 55 28 6 15 142 339 387

FERTILITY
Women 15 to 24 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 25 to 34 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 35 to 44 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women No children 1 child 2 children 3 children 4 children 5 or more children Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women

1

1

1

1

1

1 1

1 1

1 2

1 1

2 2

1 2

1 2

1 2

2 2

2

2

1

2

2

2

2

2

2

2 4 4 1 1

2

1

2

2

2 5 5 1 1

2 4 4 1 1

2

2

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
All persons In households Family householder Male Female Nonfamily householder Male Female Spouse Child Other relatives Nonrelatives In group quarters Persons per household Persons per family 877 514 367 067 300 439 204 235 919 1 171 269 349 363 2.76 3.11 1 367 764 395 1 028 567 299 241 136 70 85 67 30 12 35 1 104 63.9 57 57 – – 1 806 55 91 41 2 649 2 542 855 704 151 173 115 58 595 580 137 202 107 2.96 3.11 855 476 286 640 360 234 124 55 26 47 47 4 4 29 503 59.2 23 23 – – 1 028 33 53 36 1 387 1 302 340 240 100 135 26 109 216 436 95 80 85 2.70 3.25 340 192 73 244 127 40 89 65 33 31 20 19 8 6 445 65.4 22 22 – – 475 22 35 – 4 058 3 983 1 218 944 274 205 108 97 815 1 404 186 155 75 3.27 3.56 1 218 827 289 999 674 244 168 122 37 48 48 11 11 34 1 174 69.0 83 83 – – 1 423 58 66 2 301 003 517 207 310 423 222 201 1 109 1 409 231 314 298 2.97 3.31 1 517 861 364 1 204 685 294 194 112 52 90 72 33 15 43 1 157 73.3 73 73 – – 1 940 79 93 41 590 443 370 109 261 292 159 133 1 038 1 272 194 277 147 3.10 3.36 1 370 790 346 1 085 630 287 166 96 41 83 72 26 15 43 1 011 73.4 61 61 – – 1 662 79 90 36 3 634 3 494 1 068 804 264 221 90 131 625 1 166 224 190 140 3.02 3.35 1 068 730 320 823 556 249 215 146 55 43 43 8 8 26 1 121 59.5 67 67 – – 1 289 34 64 2 2 191 2 156 719 547 172 83 46 37 374 737 156 87 35 3.31 3.48 719 514 220 568 406 183 129 88 29 23 23 – – 20 707 53.3 53 53 – – 802 23 39 2

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
Families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Married-couple families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Female householder, no husband present With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Subfamilies With own children under 18 years Married-couple subfamilies With own children under 18 years Mother-child subfamilies Persons under 18 years Percent living with two parents

UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS
Total Male and female Both male Both female

SELECTED LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Households With one or more subfamilies With related members 15 years and over other than spouse, children, parents, or parents-in-law of householder With roomer, boarder, or foster child 15 years and over

88

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 88 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 59.

Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

AGE
All persons Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 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 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Median age 17 447 649 428 1 406 1 384 912 717 1 741 1 783 1 648 1 688 1 515 1 222 916 529 398 419 92 29.2 1 573 236 150 415 221 533 1 820 1 893 1 040 1 574 1 840 1 169 1 998 4 227 2 116 261 355 710 401 154 117 1 912 4 153 2 172 17 16 3 2 447 565 310 785 525 1 155 654 501 4 672 5 510 1 147 771 882 3.03 3.59 3 310 2 154 835 2 797 1 886 797 375 221 20 165 92 82 9 53 4 779 86.2 107 107 – – 4 465 168 485 17 3 780 175 78 292 205 80 288 466 631 376 416 228 184 160 78 27 69 27 27.4 398 74 186 142 74 521 456 413 906 358 403 1 126 380 787 2 071 51 87 112 68 38 24 366 787 2 150 3 780 3 173 670 569 101 289 181 108 867 894 233 220 607 2.85 3.41 670 401 231 566 381 231 60 14 – 10 3 10 3 – 830 82.8 21 21 – – 959 9 97 – 11 276 391 307 936 966 704 342 964 885 1 063 1 035 1 176 875 608 363 307 305 49 30.7 959 126 131 205 111 541 102 150 044 988 121 135 389 911 096 177 224 536 286 101 65 317 837 154 2 391 83 43 178 213 128 87 311 267 209 237 111 163 148 88 64 45 16 27.9 216 36 167 68 36 529 262 330 260 228 316 386 229 529 310 33 44 62 47 15 28 229 529 310 3 851 160 160 326 327 237 167 277 302 379 409 397 269 175 71 85 61 49 29.5 407 109 268 139 109 784 433 648 497 387 648 674 621 198 929 73 102 307 80 53 6 597 198 007 13 – – – – – – 4 – – – – – 3 – – – 6 54.2 4 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 13 13 – – – 6 – 6 3 – – 4 – 1.00 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 – – – 16 595 612 438 1 401 1 330 909 745 1 650 1 484 1 629 1 602 1 481 1 161 827 467 367 415 77 29.1 1 585 205 129 390 190 487 1 652 1 777 1 076 1 415 1 738 1 228 1 908 4 013 2 103 263 314 703 366 163 99 1 798 3 939 2 191 16 15 3 2 595 826 169 697 472 1 067 630 437 4 240 5 364 1 174 812 769 3.10 3.67 3 169 2 086 801 2 673 1 833 764 339 197 19 159 101 67 9 53 4 690 87.2 80 80 – – 4 236 170 458 17 3 170 144 78 281 185 70 281 401 464 346 318 174 131 138 56 27 56 20 26.6 367 33 90 128 33 258 377 354 939 291 344 1 182 271 652 2 406 21 52 83 50 41 24 257 652 2 537 3 170 2 693 547 469 78 279 171 108 656 784 213 214 477 2.87 3.54 547 338 196 461 324 196 42 8 – 10 3 10 3 – 758 84.6 21 21 – – 826 9 97 – 13 425 468 360 1 120 1 145 839 464 1 249 1 020 1 283 1 284 1 307 1 030 689 411 340 359 57 30.2 1 218 172 141 262 157 599 1 275 1 423 1 116 1 124 1 394 1 240 1 637 3 361 2 053 242 262 620 316 122 75 1 541 3 287 2 133 13 13 2 2 425 133 622 228 394 788 459 329 3 584 4 580 961 598 292 3.16 3.69 2 622 1 748 605 2 212 1 509 568 297 189 19 149 98 57 6 53 3 932 87.7 59 59 – – 3 410 161 361 17 4 703 197 150 331 381 240 139 368 601 398 495 431 330 264 133 116 65 64 29.5 395 140 354 164 140 854 601 764 271 546 750 374 711 412 986 71 143 314 115 44 24 711 412 986 1 780 70 98 151 170 96 37 80 173 194 165 227 112 92 16 34 24 41 30.4 161 49 304 67 49 731 264 369 398 239 369 544 305 610 000 14 56 178 36 15 6 305 610 000

FERTILITY
Women 15 to 24 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 25 to 34 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 35 to 44 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women No children 1 child 2 children 3 children 4 children 5 or more children Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women

1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2

1 1

1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1

1 1

2

2

1 2 2 11 11 2 1

2

1 2

1 1

2

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
All persons In households Family householder Male Female Nonfamily householder Male Female Spouse Child Other relatives Nonrelatives In group quarters Persons per household Persons per family 276 096 286 904 382 639 361 278 3 114 3 901 806 350 180 3.14 3.65 2 286 1 542 518 1 902 1 312 487 290 189 13 135 89 52 6 53 3 304 86.2 77 77 – – 2 925 136 332 17 2 391 2 296 354 312 42 227 112 115 691 715 108 201 95 2.78 3.59 354 211 86 329 193 79 25 18 7 20 – 20 – – 645 90.7 9 9 – – 581 23 56 – 3 851 3 711 598 467 131 140 68 72 1 258 1 290 236 189 140 3.33 3.78 598 413 164 476 324 141 92 69 12 40 17 23 – 8 1 210 89.4 11 11 – – 738 45 39 – 4 703 4 450 739 555 184 228 92 136 1 690 1 436 209 148 253 2.96 3.43 739 481 198 600 377 174 128 93 13 46 8 38 – 8 1 299 85.5 38 38 – – 967 43 66 – 1 780 1 765 253 170 83 64 24 40 670 609 100 69 15 3.33 3.76 253 184 76 193 140 59 49 33 6 31 8 23 – 8 585 87.4 11 11 – – 317 25 16 –

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
Families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Married-couple families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Female householder, no husband present With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Subfamilies With own children under 18 years Married-couple subfamilies With own children under 18 years Mother-child subfamilies Persons under 18 years Percent living with two parents

UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS
Total Male and female Both male Both female

SELECTED LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Households With one or more subfamilies With related members 15 years and over other than spouse, children, parents, or parents-in-law of householder With roomer, boarder, or foster child 15 years and over

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 89 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

SOUTH CAROLINA 89

Table 60.

Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

AGE
All persons Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 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 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Median age 20 297 1 214 768 1 750 1 448 844 1 209 2 681 2 716 2 105 1 549 1 064 793 555 446 445 495 215 25.4 2 114 553 262 619 467 754 2 119 2 841 1 341 1 741 2 691 1 546 1 341 2 599 1 938 265 233 411 258 124 50 1 230 2 562 2 083 20 18 4 3 297 140 334 516 818 1 613 866 747 3 518 6 367 1 074 1 234 2 157 2.87 3.34 334 661 495 456 113 274 583 428 165 193 160 64 31 82 6 024 73.0 223 223 – – 5 947 212 394 71 4 2 1 3 2 1 4 706 271 131 369 168 197 404 806 665 518 404 169 158 89 67 91 114 85 25.1 714 105 147 141 90 638 535 581 086 397 549 383 295 554 878 68 76 40 55 47 9 276 554 007 12 248 750 527 1 171 1 111 543 441 1 316 1 486 1 301 986 796 502 397 310 252 292 67 25.9 1 021 282 276 323 225 697 1 242 1 804 1 452 1 076 1 731 1 609 888 1 802 2 029 152 122 322 188 72 32 804 1 765 2 195 12 11 2 2 248 783 955 426 529 832 512 320 2 307 4 380 624 685 465 2.98 3.34 2 955 1 860 997 2 385 1 472 844 382 301 122 112 104 39 31 49 4 102 75.4 133 133 – – 3 787 126 229 62 3 343 193 110 210 169 104 364 559 565 286 159 99 133 69 69 102 89 63 24.7 379 166 438 155 152 981 342 456 333 268 411 534 158 243 538 45 35 49 15 5 9 150 243 620 8 037 522 342 848 788 296 361 778 749 767 725 505 333 246 278 156 217 126 25.6 562 150 267 181 112 619 656 040 585 567 901 589 608 472 421 74 115 140 164 66 49 590 448 454 284 10 13 50 52 14 7 11 23 – 63 15 – – 9 – 8 9 19.0 13 27 2 077 7 21 3 000 18 60 3 333 18 60 3 333 37 119 3 216 2 5 – 22 – 8 37 119 3 216 284 284 59 41 18 8 – 8 67 144 6 – – 4.13 4.56 59 41 16 49 31 16 10 10 – – – – – – 139 61.2 – – – – 67 – – – 20 327 1 233 812 1 880 1 619 857 1 079 2 470 2 358 2 059 1 699 1 184 876 660 485 417 458 181 25.5 2 021 432 214 516 328 636 1 943 2 599 1 338 1 616 2 441 1 511 1 432 2 929 2 045 227 281 400 342 131 51 1 335 2 892 2 166 20 18 4 3 327 532 340 520 820 1 473 830 643 3 615 6 871 1 087 1 146 1 795 2.93 3.37 340 695 461 472 141 209 599 424 178 170 148 45 23 87 6 401 72.1 211 211 – – 5 813 179 378 74 4 2 1 3 2 1 4 058 253 86 279 161 181 402 709 517 437 350 145 142 85 54 86 102 69 24.6 681 93 137 122 75 615 454 434 956 319 402 1 260 267 500 1 873 60 76 26 57 39 9 248 500 2 016 4 058 3 154 615 443 172 446 202 244 533 1 003 252 305 904 2.48 3.27 615 354 196 422 245 142 150 95 40 44 30 14 – 23 960 59.4 29 29 – – 1 061 40 90 12 16 269 980 726 1 601 1 458 676 677 1 761 1 841 1 622 1 349 1 039 734 575 431 331 356 112 25.7 1 340 339 253 394 253 642 1 489 2 165 1 454 1 297 2 039 1 572 1 165 2 429 2 085 167 205 374 285 92 42 1 087 2 392 2 201 16 15 3 3 269 378 725 077 648 1 027 628 399 3 082 5 868 835 841 891 3.03 3.39 3 2 1 3 1 1 8 007 503 298 718 617 283 491 989 1 107 813 575 385 250 141 239 184 254 160 25.5 655 271 414 284 251 884 832 282 541 692 151 663 517 142 209 112 67 151 80 59 48 485 118 305 3 943 281 141 411 427 148 134 328 387 379 339 252 140 90 179 84 142 81 26.3 244 94 385 109 82 752 337 598 774 307 529 723 308 803 607 40 42 89 61 37 39 290 779 686

FERTILITY
Women 15 to 24 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 25 to 34 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 35 to 44 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women No children 1 child 2 children 3 children 4 children 5 or more children Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women

1 1

1 1

1 1 1 1 2

1 1 1 1 1 2

1 1

1

1

2

2

1

1 2 8 7 1 1

1 2 8 6 1 1

2

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
All persons In households Family householder Male Female Nonfamily householder Male Female Spouse Child Other relatives Nonrelatives In group quarters Persons per household Persons per family 4 706 3 647 779 588 191 497 232 265 619 1 198 248 306 1 059 2.57 3.32 779 475 280 564 349 223 164 104 43 41 27 14 – 20 1 136 65.2 44 44 – – 1 276 42 92 9 3 343 2 710 600 502 98 284 122 162 592 789 202 243 633 2.81 3.36 600 326 218 507 292 207 37 23 – 40 29 11 – 13 786 72.3 46 46 – – 884 44 73 – 037 296 647 326 321 419 240 179 1 485 2 860 545 340 741 3.16 3.54 1 647 1 054 599 1 348 866 489 227 148 81 58 58 15 15 33 2 796 67.4 86 86 – – 2 066 44 142 7 007 904 641 322 319 559 276 283 1 388 2 356 532 428 1 103 2.98 3.47 1 641 1 020 633 1 332 838 554 211 152 68 81 70 34 23 28 2 419 69.0 98 98 – – 2 200 77 158 4 3 943 3 668 883 680 203 252 141 111 684 1 371 281 197 275 3.06 3.53 883 579 351 701 460 296 148 108 55 29 29 4 4 22 1 408 63.1 37 37 – – 1 135 25 92 4

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
Families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Married-couple families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Female householder, no husband present With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Subfamilies With own children under 18 years Married-couple subfamilies With own children under 18 years Mother-child subfamilies Persons under 18 years Percent living with two parents 725 341 265 050 896 067 449 329 138 126 118 31 23 64 5 441 74.3 182 182 – – 4 752 139 288 62

UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS
Total Male and female Both male Both female

SELECTED LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Households With one or more subfamilies With related members 15 years and over other than spouse, children, parents, or parents-in-law of householder With roomer, boarder, or foster child 15 years and over

90

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 90 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 61.

Age, Fertility, and Household and Family Composition of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

AGE
All persons Under 3 years 3 and 4 years 5 to 9 years 10 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 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 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Median age 1 301 51 33 79 75 45 44 114 120 114 100 92 75 61 59 61 107 65 762 214 121 052 246 571 696 258 417 444 111 890 714 252 278 438 473 587 33.8 259 8 5 12 11 6 13 31 26 22 18 16 12 10 10 11 24 18 526 607 234 159 116 801 411 465 757 504 857 683 245 091 060 252 235 049 33.2 743 31 20 49 47 28 21 59 71 68 61 56 46 36 34 32 51 26 702 474 959 565 043 362 018 549 233 578 040 521 352 653 235 970 558 592 33.1 298 11 6 17 17 10 10 23 22 23 20 19 17 14 14 17 31 20 534 133 928 328 087 408 267 244 427 362 214 686 117 508 983 216 680 946 36.8 1 090 42 28 74 77 48 33 70 82 91 90 87 71 58 52 50 82 46 149 639 968 139 473 207 454 971 647 961 835 007 134 715 695 967 194 143 34.7 29 684 743 607 1 265 1 640 1 271 724 1 723 1 644 1 655 1 882 2 2 1 2 2 3 1 013 258 982 077 245 974 981 44.2 1 546 62 41 99 98 59 53 128 137 137 125 117 95 76 69 66 111 66 991 013 117 900 282 571 479 355 565 222 179 480 971 133 850 648 618 608 33.4 215 6 4 9 8 5 12 26 20 17 15 13 10 8 8 9 20 16 103 755 135 425 953 486 522 929 703 958 207 840 248 378 309 448 652 155 33.5 1 331 55 36 90 89 54 40 101 116 119 109 103 85 67 61 57 90 50 888 258 982 475 329 085 957 426 862 264 972 640 723 755 541 200 966 453 33.4 844 31 20 53 54 34 24 56 65 69 65 62 50 43 42 45 78 45 920 840 972 291 437 207 671 874 499 183 767 417 877 834 123 757 049 122 35.9 545 20 14 35 38 24 14 33 39 44 44 42 34 29 27 28 46 26 591 558 107 990 069 098 811 927 867 593 501 780 728 577 319 475 111 080 35.8

FERTILITY
Women 15 to 24 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 25 to 34 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women Women 35 to 44 years Children ever born Per 1,000 women No children 1 child 2 children 3 children 4 children 5 or more children Women ever married Children ever born Per 1,000 women 98 085 24 138 246 26 650 20 272 761 113 294 128 678 1 136 93 282 125 998 1 351 96 417 171 701 1 781 16 908 19 556 36 670 16 964 4 540 1 779 90 337 171 006 1 893 1 301 762 1 244 724 357 057 289 398 67 659 157 892 63 586 94 306 299 381 348 666 39 288 42 440 57 038 2.42 2.93 357 158 73 301 131 64 43 22 7 8 7 1 057 561 993 970 276 901 267 092 316 569 362 999 792 5 128 284 204 79.2 12 850 12 379 290 181 514 949 8 139 16 744 3 726 25 429 3 500 138 4 486 2 660 593 22 589 19 554 866 16 581 19 041 1 148 17 045 26 603 1 561 4 446 3 456 5 581 2 622 720 220 15 120 26 537 1 755 259 228 61 48 12 43 16 26 51 53 6 11 31 526 071 337 368 969 684 880 804 008 599 811 632 455 2.18 2.82 52 337 14 180 271 16 278 12 134 745 68 105 80 869 1 187 57 540 79 328 1 379 59 047 107 781 1 825 9 235 12 002 23 155 10 772 2 783 1 100 56 076 107 384 1 915 743 728 210 172 38 77 33 43 177 217 22 22 15 702 628 804 635 169 316 805 511 742 572 540 654 074 2.53 2.99 20 319 6 458 318 5 886 5 478 931 22 600 28 255 1 250 19 161 27 629 1 442 20 325 37 317 1 836 3 227 4 098 7 934 3 570 1 037 459 19 141 37 085 1 937 298 288 84 68 16 36 12 23 70 77 9 8 10 534 025 916 395 521 892 901 991 631 495 937 154 509 2.37 2.87 74 171 22 437 303 23 004 19 678 855 86 976 123 126 1 416 78 792 121 175 1 538 87 727 172 271 1 964 10 496 16 754 36 374 16 850 5 177 2 076 84 887 171 676 2 022 1 090 149 1 072 031 320 114 271 878 48 236 83 410 35 080 48 330 278 413 333 315 37 766 19 013 18 118 2.66 3.03 114 151 299 973 858 593 950 123 964 674 290 240 856 4 849 271 426 82.2 8 036 7 792 70 174 403 524 8 289 15 167 1 700 320 150 62 279 130 56 28 14 3 8 7 2 1 860 318 171 386 251 650 1 573 2 074 1 318 1 266 2 065 1 631 2 048 4 080 1 992 259 363 777 476 142 31 1 926 4 024 2 089 29 29 9 8 1 2 684 684 494 482 012 082 853 1 229 8 574 7 985 1 224 325 – 2.57 2.88 9 3 1 8 2 1 494 042 169 624 832 119 552 102 23 249 196 88 35 93 5 526 85.8 102 89 – 13 11 576 247 517 32 117 349 28 794 245 31 775 24 272 764 134 493 162 154 1 206 114 104 159 499 1 398 121 047 221 177 1 827 19 504 23 917 47 572 21 515 6 156 2 383 114 767 220 447 1 921 1 546 991 1 494 262 430 874 356 317 74 557 160 469 67 641 92 828 367 108 442 243 48 446 45 122 52 729 2.53 3.00 874 804 901 172 572 111 154 620 516 994 367 618 991 6 542 360 883 80.8 14 291 13 728 303 260 591 343 10 437 20 075 3 995 430 200 90 370 170 81 46 23 7 10 9 2 22 704 2 516 111 3 320 1 728 520 18 564 14 745 794 13 196 14 313 1 085 14 393 21 471 1 492 4 046 2 987 4 582 2 042 572 164 12 662 21 415 1 691 215 189 50 39 10 38 14 24 41 42 5 10 25 103 909 439 545 894 623 619 004 663 879 939 366 194 2.14 2.80 94 645 26 278 278 28 455 22 544 792 115 929 147 409 1 272 100 908 145 186 1 439 106 654 199 706 1 872 15 458 20 930 42 990 19 473 5 584 2 219 102 105 199 032 1 949 1 331 888 1 304 353 380 435 316 772 63 663 121 846 53 022 68 824 325 445 399 364 42 507 34 756 27 535 2.60 3.02 380 181 81 328 154 72 39 20 6 9 8 2 435 251 167 181 529 579 514 710 505 802 353 329 880 5 834 326 129 81.1 12 093 11 707 180 206 502 281 9 325 17 279 3 211 54 907 17 781 324 17 879 15 678 877 65 777 89 650 1 363 57 970 87 674 1 512 63 097 122 795 1 946 7 900 12 393 25 472 12 299 3 561 1 472 60 457 122 235 2 022 844 822 246 204 41 80 31 49 210 239 28 16 22 920 493 297 959 338 833 025 808 686 738 608 331 427 2.52 2.95 35 163 11 663 332 11 601 10 234 882 42 258 60 624 1 435 38 094 59 419 1 560 42 877 85 403 1 992 4 636 8 449 17 707 8 548 2 515 1 022 41 395 85 057 2 055 545 539 162 136 25 44 17 27 139 164 19 9 6 591 515 026 432 594 806 696 110 784 158 662 079 076 2.61 3.00

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
All persons In households Family householder Male Female Nonfamily householder Male Female Spouse Child Other relatives Nonrelatives In group quarters Persons per household Persons per family

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
Families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Married-couple families With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Female householder, no husband present With own children under 18 years With own children under 6 years Subfamilies With own children under 18 years Married-couple subfamilies With own children under 18 years Mother-child subfamilies Persons under 18 years Percent living with two parents 337 688 382 229 369 869 045 627 271 377 177 334 134 822 43 917 79.2 2 703 2 517 132 54 105 021 1 286 3 194 876 61 24 12 51 20 10 8 3 1 1 1 804 124 451 567 751 053 300 118 259 072 361 167 456 3 105 177 403 80.1 7 650 7 423 134 93 288 120 4 879 9 432 2 213 210 99 46 179 82 41 24 13 4 5 4 1 84 34 15 71 28 12 10 5 1 2 1 916 749 160 174 156 979 922 347 786 120 824 498 202 1 201 62 884 76.9 2 497 2 439 24 34 121 808 1 974 4 118 637 50 19 9 41 16 8 6 2 1 1 1 439 553 734 991 043 532 640 910 011 192 014 289 111 708 34 754 78.1 2 198 2 021 123 54 89 062 1 112 2 796 784 297 908 391 771 562 383 063 595 764 249 285 621 657 3 435 194 747 80.5 6 595 6 443 57 95 327 130 5 991 11 836 1 431 246 107 45 211 91 40 26 12 3 6 5 1 026 563 797 606 528 858 631 455 106 332 655 165 488 2 318 132 822 81.5 3 829 3 739 31 59 206 832 4 152 8 116 875 162 73 29 140 63 26 15 7 2 4 3 1

UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS
Total Male and female Both male Both female

SELECTED LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
Households With one or more subfamilies With related members 15 years and over other than spouse, children, parents, or parents-in-law of householder With roomer, boarder, or foster child 15 years and over

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 91 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

SOUTH CAROLINA 91

Table 62.

Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of White Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Urban Inside urbanized area Total Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school Preprimary school Public school Elementary or high school Public school College Public college Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college Persons 16 to 19 years Percent not enrolled, not high school graduate 314 21 9 189 168 103 79 314 12 146 42 29 39 25 20 160

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

915 344 285 971 856 600 958 915 029 152 618 014 975 028 099 902 37.1 76 385 10.4 902 815 110 620 752 614 365 937 208 690 369 630 667 272 385 701 713 072 909 947 826 125 573 519

460 939 515 504 645 017 836 460 258 198 348 414 213 363 666 413 57.9 18 300 6.0 45 9 25 6 172 2 9 17 36 34 6 5 38 21 91 1 5 10 21 17 3 3 18 8 413 940 647 243 085 958 055 158 479 727 492 611 039 566 079 634 453 231 421 687 656 265 914 818

70 3 1 28 22 38 28 70 2 22 6 10 17 7 4 45

178 13 5 119 107 46 35 178 7 91 26 12 14 13 11 81

573 270 559 083 305 220 405 573 467 711 641 916 973 421 444 592 27.0 40 676 11.8 592 906 863 900 563 273 433 972 749 847 963 812 563 951 594 134 540 120 529 339 559 061 826 486

882 135 211 384 906 363 717 882 304 243 629 684 789 244 989 897 33.7 17 409 12.1 33 10 13 2 203 5 18 30 55 34 7 5 30 14 110 2 10 17 32 17 4 2 14 6 897 969 600 477 104 383 877 807 980 116 914 207 065 755 712 933 720 721 959 921 611 799 833 215

65 4 2 42 38 19 15 65 2 32 9 5 7 4 3 33

258 14 8 191 175 52 44 258 8 143 44 20 17 11 13 104

791 827 227 496 124 468 968 791 287 044 752 394 406 730 178 952 28.0 66 386 12.5 952 259 983 344 546 500 774 282 885 869 671 084 644 837 682 022 937 163 463 955 869 610 207 456

5 640 221 170 4 055 3 504 1 364 1 117 5 640 105 2 674 1 200 562 469 214 416 2 447 33.3 1 576 6.8 2 447 747 937 167 21 749 552 2 139 4 217 7 324 2 858 876 400 2 443 940 11 081 204 832 2 173 4 094 1 461 524 264 1 118 411 21 749 2.5 68.2 34.6 15.6 1 726 77.9 18.3 1 573 79.8 14.8 28 397 703 153 436 80 34 175 44 101 30 – 12 28 397 12 – 12 – –

387 24 11 246 221 116 91 387 14 187 55 35 44 26 22 183

253 982 099 045 348 226 950 253 289 675 672 895 390 738 594 731 37.5 94 598 10.8 731 674 473 952 423 478 010 983 623 080 392 696 007 154 559 649 725 139 962 249 368 983 026 458

60 3 1 22 17 34 25 60 1 17 5 10 16 5 3 39

565 180 049 781 583 604 923 565 926 456 149 026 135 988 885 963 62.6 16 551 5.5 963 012 069 920 003 719 025 395 497 522 051 426 283 085 080 497 877 525 093 515 982 706 770 115

326 21 10 223 203 81 66 326 12 170 50 25 28 20 18 143

688 802 050 264 765 622 027 688 363 219 523 869 255 750 709 768 30.5 78 047 12.0 768 662 404 032 420 759 985 588 126 558 341 270 724 069 479 152 848 614 869 734 386 277 256 343

186 11 6 135 122 39 32 186 6 101 31 13 12 10 10 82

453 189 413 422 632 842 976 453 027 521 698 513 991 020 683 123 24.7 48 173 12.5 123 400 620 012 875 636 129 236 470 479 648 018 304 955 508 074 925 096 410 653 327 752 754 517

122 6 4 94 85 21 18 122 3 69 22 8 7 5 6 48

958 948 120 072 121 938 730 958 814 709 364 345 075 258 393 906 22.9 31 267 13.3 906 639 379 891 090 201 708 456 944 171 400 989 024 197 467 662 884 289 502 837 657 578 594 464

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 18 to 24 years High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Females 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Persons 25 years and over less than 5th grade high school graduate or higher some college or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Males 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Females 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher 160 48 68 16 864 16 56 111 232 166 35 27 145 72 455 8 31 64 133 83 19 15 67 30 81 27 28 7 489 8 28 63 139 97 20 16 77 35 253 4 15 36 79 48 11 9 33 15 104 37 34 4 716 19 76 136 236 105 29 17 64 29 368 8 37 72 130 51 15 9 29 13 183 55 75 16 1 010 20 77 148 287 182 42 30 148 73 525 9 40 82 162 91 23 16 67 31 39 8 23 5 142 2 8 14 28 26 5 4 33 19 77 1 4 8 17 14 2 2 16 8 143 47 52 11 868 17 68 134 259 155 37 26 114 54 448 8 35 73 145 76 20 14 50 23 82 30 27 4 570 15 56 99 181 90 22 14 62 28 298 7 28 54 101 44 12 7 29 12 48 18 14 1 365 11 41 71 122 50 14 7 31 14 189 4 20 38 67 24 7 4 14 6

864 752 1.9 78.6 51.8 25.2 123 088 87.0 28.5 114 494 88.8 29.7 1 227 42 6 31 3 2 12 2 8 814 970 527 216 130 097 372 128 494 989 761

172 085 1.7 83.0 61.9 34.6 27 027 92.2 37.9 22 904 92.9 42.5 247 10 1 8 931 845 154 118 840 733 3 128 357 2 242 253 276

489 563 1.7 79.4 50.9 23.2 72 593 87.1 26.8 68 806 88.7 27.3 697 24 4 17 1 875 463 354 751 478 880 6 975 1 405 4 706 536 328

203 104 2.7 72.9 45.3 22.1 23 468 81.1 23.0 22 784 85.1 24.1 282 7 1 5 008 662 019 347 812 484 2 269 366 1 546 200 157

716 546 2.7 67.5 34.5 13.2 87 990 76.1 13.0 87 342 81.7 14.2 1 022 22 5 15 1 404 916 441 606 075 794 7 561 1 864 5 066 304 327

1 010 423 2.0 75.6 47.1 21.9 141 643 84.0 25.4 135 624 87.0 25.9 1 454 45 7 32 2 1 13 2 9 464 189 881 756 690 862 379 501 322 889 667

142 003 1.9 82.3 62.2 36.9 20 364 91.1 44.4 18 821 92.8 46.7 206 105 9 127 971 6 799 718 639 2 665 278 1 915 253 219 570 180 612 919 98 564 95 162

868 420 2.0 74.5 44.7 19.4 121 279 82.8 22.2 116 803 86.1 22.6 1 248 36 6 25 1 1 10 2 7 359 062 910 957 972 223 714 223 407 636 448

570 875 2.7 70.0 38.3 16.0 69 435 79.4 15.4 66 212 83.0 17.0 795 20 4 14 1 1 6 1 4 754 697 087 066 515 029 554 491 238 404 421

365 090 3.1 65.9 32.3 12.4 42 372 75.4 11.5 42 415 80.5 13.0 512 11 2 7 629 781 892 739 679 471 3 908 1 023 2 412 255 218

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak a language other than English 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Do not speak English " very well" 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN HOUSEHOLD
Linguistically isolated households Persons 5 years and over in households In linguistically isolated households 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over 2 237 1 170 126 3 601 472 2 278 468 383 618 216 142 970 91 613 95 171 1 194 682 686 2 016 319 1 296 272 129 425 271 298 615 62 369 101 83 895 1 004 066 1 476 253 1 006 66 151 2 199 1 401 207 3 666 523 2 385 422 336 1 629 1 220 595 2 747 425 1 821 327 174 933 772 985 1 411 202 899 112 198 499 506 478 738 115 466 42 115

DISABILITY STATUS OF CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
Persons 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Persons 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Persons 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation 833 31 17 3 21 64 25 33 768 620 106 14 10 8 58 18 16 10 717 102 189 225 738 814 207 828 903 332 383 178 032 559 262 723 398 189 163 688 5 281 2 683 675 3 919 10 191 4 192 4 926 153 497 120 442 23 719 3 040 2 084 1 876 15 741 4 722 4 054 2 813 486 17 9 1 12 37 15 19 449 366 51 7 5 4 23 8 7 4 843 869 871 813 382 830 384 087 013 366 286 050 045 283 953 149 216 264 183 186 7 952 4 635 737 5 437 16 793 5 631 9 815 166 393 133 524 31 378 4 088 2 903 2 400 18 568 5 852 5 128 3 112 717 34 17 2 24 65 22 37 651 525 81 12 8 7 42 15 13 8 096 288 971 958 301 739 716 656 357 250 576 521 882 652 697 283 403 320 19 038 1 109 493 82 855 1 742 582 962 17 296 13 680 3 982 518 356 305 1 990 576 491 322 1 020 39 21 3 27 80 31 42 940 760 110 15 10 9 60 20 17 11 123 646 486 889 777 101 113 161 022 343 580 622 974 404 039 007 567 051 141 088 4 540 2 268 520 3 439 8 348 3 420 4 095 132 740 104 149 20 156 2 677 1 795 1 643 13 969 4 197 3 596 2 486 879 35 19 3 24 71 27 38 807 656 90 12 9 7 46 15 13 8 035 106 218 369 338 753 693 066 282 194 424 945 179 761 070 810 971 565 530 25 13 2 18 50 16 29 480 385 77 11 7 6 40 13 12 7 690 744 674 294 262 452 810 323 238 239 379 077 940 807 920 999 234 458 353 18 9 1 13 34 10 20 319 257 45 7 5 4 24 8 7 4 519 408 483 508 315 206 969 454 313 382 716 254 156 534 078 874 735 771

92

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 92 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 63.

Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of Black Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Urban Inside urbanized area Total Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school Preprimary school Public school Elementary or high school Public school College Public college Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college Persons 16 to 19 years Percent not enrolled, not high school graduate 177 10 8 132 129 34 27 177 7 96 26 14 13 9 9 72

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

289 477 391 304 068 508 914 289 682 537 878 409 242 463 078 821 27.2 43 278 13.3 821 711 984 689 541 643 043 259 420 666 249 186 902 173 233 613 254 209 219 421 722 464 383 948

443 375 760 093 106 975 102 443 504 373 871 248 786 276 385 258 31.1 14 083 14.0 24 258 8 254 8 066 672 95 190 6 682 12 330 25 086 23 990 13 891 2 761 1 894 5 732 2 824 54 369 3 689 7 121 14 182 13 464 7 959 1 569 1 034 3 528 1 823 95 190 7.0 53.7 28.5 9.0 14 302 69.9 8.1 16 419 74.3 10.7 157 4 1 3 834 880 092 535 169 84 1 604 421 1 133 38 12

53 3 2 38 37 11 9 53 2 27 7 5 4 3 2 24

895 875 768 252 644 768 467 895 774 236 075 237 834 977 762 658 20.2 14 583 13.1 25 9 6 1 115 5 10 23 32 20 5 3 9 4 63 2 5 13 17 11 2 1 5 2 658 862 867 471 353 315 607 735 664 664 145 204 970 049 223 679 887 012 092 390 885 738 939 601

66 3 2 51 49 11 9 66 2 38 10 4 3 3 3 25

951 227 863 959 318 765 345 951 404 928 932 924 622 210 931 905 30.8 14 612 12.9 22 905 8 595 7 051 546 91 998 7 646 14 106 24 438 26 766 9 111 2 343 1 088 4 200 2 300 54 641 4 245 8 246 15 015 15 663 5 072 1 268 692 2 916 1 524 91 998 8.3 49.8 20.7 7.1 12 045 66.9 5.1 15 975 70.9 7.2 158 4 1 2 061 365 345 730 177 113 1 505 413 999 59 34

56 3 2 42 42 10 9 56 2 30 8 4 4 2 2 22

149 7 7 121 119 19 17 149 5 86 27 11 7 5 6 52

438 939 289 522 992 977 571 438 494 146 145 023 303 407 920 273 20.8 37 208 11.0 273 706 517 139 828 718 602 381 434 429 408 979 802 075 216 723 400 805 920 852 455 831 543 687

6 418 254 254 5 335 5 279 829 751 6 418 165 3 631 1 117 452 298 296 459 2 006 20.3 1 436 6.8 2 006 895 450 58 10 051 945 1 518 2 745 3 248 768 157 110 433 127 5 565 433 870 1 416 1 797 472 108 69 306 94 10 051 9.4 48.2 15.9 5.6 1 324 65.7 3.6 1 602 74.9 6.0 17 223 575 197 343 28 7 202 63 116 16 7 22 17 223 70 48 22 – –

162 9 7 123 120 29 23 162 6 89 26 12 10 8 8 65

319 327 296 444 493 548 983 319 822 123 026 663 765 716 204 132 24.5 39 781 12.8 132 489 292 492 376 442 089 821 910 101 132 866 173 842 021 421 996 667 250 571 656 298 141 021

47 2 2 33 33 10 7 47 2 24 7 4 4 2 2 21

083 919 394 899 028 265 870 083 183 177 150 607 039 833 094 352 30.3 12 778 14.7

115 6 4 89 87 19 16 115 4 64 18 8 6 5 6 43

236 408 902 545 465 283 113 236 639 946 876 056 726 883 110 780 21.7 27 003 11.8 780 393 281 898 190 460 997 860 416 002 623 255 260 317 106 120 631 750 129 459 193 347 054 423

164 9 8 130 128 24 21 164 6 93 27 12 9 6 7 59

408 089 384 382 567 937 502 408 354 560 997 769 780 154 794 962 24.5 40 705 11.7 962 928 209 336 993 919 556 819 944 994 525 299 531 406 428 915 658 347 889 702 521 997 785 614

105 5 5 86 85 13 11 105 3 61 19 7 4 3 4 35

185 688 334 469 409 028 425 185 891 535 191 389 711 631 837 520 19.5 25 710 11.2

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 18 to 24 years High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Females 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Persons 25 years and over less than 5th grade high school graduate or higher some college or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Males 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Females 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher 72 26 21 2 302 19 37 73 83 43 10 6 19 9 172 10 21 42 46 24 5 3 12 5 52 21 11 1 261 23 42 67 81 23 6 2 9 4 144 10 23 36 44 13 3 1 6 2 65 24 18 2 288 18 36 68 81 41 10 5 18 7 160 9 19 37 44 23 5 3 11 5 21 352 7 096 7 011 594 85 186 5 982 11 092 22 961 21 494 12 099 2 509 1 611 4 913 2 525 48 915 3 301 6 365 12 917 12 121 7 112 1 463 951 3 087 1 598 85 186 7.0 53.0 27.8 8.7 12 532 67.8 7.7 14 639 73.8 10.9 140 740 4 287 934 3 119 161 73 1 426 404 978 38 6 137 129 719 264 94 170 – – 43 17 11 1 203 12 24 45 60 29 7 4 13 5 111 6 13 24 32 16 4 2 8 3 59 23 15 1 275 24 43 71 82 25 6 3 11 5 156 11 24 41 46 14 3 1 7 3 35 520 14 927 7 316 776 181 760 17 285 30 180 47 263 56 322 15 376 4 105 1 916 6 504 2 809 101 088 7 725 16 709 26 276 31 552 9 026 2 239 1 233 4 459 1 869 181 760 9.5 47.9 16.9 5.1 23 757 65.5 3.4 28 184 74.6 7.0 304 7 2 4 277 820 747 573 321 179 2 723 1 043 1 520 116 44

302 541 6.5 57.0 29.5 9.6 45 984 73.1 8.1 54 815 76.7 11.9 509 15 4 10 142 954 366 861 447 280 5 381 1 521 3 662 112 86

115 353 4.6 65.6 37.3 12.2 19 637 79.2 10.0 22 421 82.6 16.2 193 6 1 4 247 709 929 596 101 83 2 272 687 1 530 15 40

261 828 9.1 48.9 17.8 5.3 34 900 66.3 4.0 39 662 75.5 7.6 436 11 3 6 152 564 958 925 428 253 3 996 1 480 2 294 150 72

288 376 6.4 57.2 28.8 9.0 44 071 72.5 8.1 49 595 78.8 12.7 478 14 4 10 026 890 117 158 375 240 5 009 1 552 3 284 99 74

203 190 6.1 59.0 29.3 9.1 31 539 74.3 8.2 34 956 80.8 13.4 337 10 3 7 286 603 183 039 214 167 3 583 1 148 2 306 61 68

275 993 9.0 49.2 19.1 6.1 36 813 67.4 4.3 44 882 73.4 7.3 467 12 4 7 268 628 207 628 500 293 4 368 1 449 2 672 163 84

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak a language other than English 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Do not speak English " very well" 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN HOUSEHOLD
Linguistically isolated households Persons 5 years and over in households In linguistically isolated households 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over 732 482 271 1 214 325 801 51 37 175 144 671 316 94 216 – 6 307 185 907 463 99 336 9 19 250 151 693 435 132 249 42 12 324 426 428 524 140 299 45 40 561 454 947 832 174 602 21 35 424 325 228 568 80 432 21 35 495 453 752 906 291 498 75 42 227 299 396 394 121 204 45 24

DISABILITY STATUS OF CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
Persons 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Persons 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Persons 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation 327 34 12 2 29 36 10 22 291 229 28 7 5 4 17 7 5 4 008 738 154 481 466 008 340 823 000 128 258 423 140 975 394 166 859 671 99 190 11 031 4 083 915 9 342 11 662 3 357 7 576 87 528 67 910 10 184 2 573 1 688 1 784 6 180 2 628 2 113 1 619 126 871 12 652 4 082 880 10 806 12 304 4 160 7 302 114 567 94 366 7 769 1 925 1 360 1 285 4 369 1 691 1 421 1 161 100 947 11 055 3 989 686 9 318 12 042 2 823 7 945 88 905 66 852 10 305 2 925 2 092 1 906 6 845 2 847 2 325 1 891 280 32 10 2 27 30 7 21 249 192 27 6 4 4 16 6 5 4 511 358 975 089 457 562 276 282 949 581 953 878 721 697 461 652 398 300 10 876 2 033 432 202 1 870 1 019 337 618 9 857 7 602 1 180 362 199 311 669 319 230 210 310 33 11 2 28 33 9 21 277 221 25 6 4 4 15 6 5 4 438 366 523 416 268 137 675 358 301 941 783 377 388 327 524 354 278 067 89 393 9 860 3 616 849 8 405 10 531 3 100 6 818 78 862 61 589 9 084 2 234 1 498 1 536 5 577 2 413 1 955 1 485 221 23 7 1 19 22 6 14 198 160 16 4 2 2 9 3 3 2 045 506 907 567 863 606 575 540 439 352 699 143 890 791 947 941 323 582 297 33 11 2 28 33 7 22 263 199 30 7 5 5 18 7 5 4 081 730 606 154 655 433 941 747 648 768 428 924 473 345 331 464 979 904 194 22 7 1 19 21 5 14 173 132 19 4 3 3 11 4 3 3 840 383 567 425 047 512 128 965 328 498 949 945 399 370 722 713 800 080

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 93 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

SOUTH CAROLINA 93

Table 64.

Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Urban Inside urbanized area Total Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school Preprimary school Public school Elementary or high school Public school College Public college Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college Persons 16 to 19 years Percent not enrolled, not high school graduate

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

1 077 68 34 672 648 337 255 1 077 42 487 154 64 117 128 85 747 19.1 284 24.6 747 254 217 49 3 026 79 309 567 823 615 110 40 370 113 1 436 49 190 323 349 261 52 23 165 24 3 026 2.6 68.4 41.2 16.0 745 81.5 16.1 522 68.8 14.4 4 509 449 89 340 20 – 119 – 119 – – 15 4 146 37 10 27 – –

161 4 – 99 99 58 46 161 4 62 29 – 24 34 8 138 17.4 64 39.1 138 68 31 – 547 5 75 86 123 142 12 – 68 36 266 – 59 41 51 75 6 – 28 6 547 .9 69.7 47.2 19.0 132 87.9 26.5 108 88.9 12.0 812 123 6 112 5 – 23 – 23 – – – 641 – – – – –

524 26 9 306 288 192 144 524 – 227 77 48 68 53 51 363 24.2 144 20.8 363 143 107 13 1 783 27 127 319 518 395 75 33 230 59 790 21 44 188 215 145 46 16 97 18 1 783 1.5 73.5 44.4 16.2 466 79.2 11.4 309 64.7 13.6 2 494 219 63 141 15 – 68 – 68 – – 10 2 387 18 – 18 – –

392 38 25 267 261 87 65 392 38 198 48 16 25 41 26 246 12.6 76 19.7 246 43 79 36 696 47 107 162 182 78 23 7 72 18 380 28 87 94 83 41 – 7 40 – 696 6.8 54.6 28.4 12.9 147 83.0 21.8 105 60.0 19.0 1 203 107 20 87 – – 28 – 28 – – 5 1 118 19 10 9 – –

1 138 38 23 868 836 232 191 1 138 12 614 230 103 45 79 55 447 24.6 334 12.0 447 221 91 – 2 437 141 372 580 703 350 115 64 77 35 1 135 94 158 262 347 136 55 51 23 9 2 437 5.8 55.1 26.3 4.6 357 71.1 6.4 351 63.5 7.4 3 839 206 41 162 3 – 64 27 37 – – – 3 764 – – – – –

22 – – 20 20 2 2 22 – 3 17 1 – 1 – 9 11.1 8 – 9 – 1 – 32 11 – 2 – 7 – – 4 8 19 8 – – – 7 – – 4 – 32 34.4 59.4 59.4 37.5 – – – 1 100.0 100.0 61 – – – – – – – – – – – 61 – – – – –

1 276 42 19 821 788 413 319 1 276 16 544 226 111 128 151 100 706 25.8 400 16.0 706 270 200 29 3 438 91 356 670 966 719 183 59 296 98 1 600 56 190 362 424 298 94 29 120 27 3 438 2.6 67.5 39.4 11.5 735 80.0 13.6 596 67.6 8.2 5 021 423 93 307 23 – 124 18 106 – – 10 4 723 18 – 18 – –

167 4 – 102 102 61 49 167 4 62 32 – 24 34 11 114 21.1 56 30.4 114 52 31 – 451 5 60 78 91 105 12 – 61 39 216 – 51 33 35 54 6 – 28 9 451 1.1 68.3 48.1 22.2 93 90.3 37.6 87 86.2 14.9 682 103 6 92 5 – 15 – 15 – – – 531 – – – – –

1 109 38 19 719 686 352 270 1 109 12 482 194 111 104 117 89 592 26.7 344 13.7 592 218 169 29 2 987 86 296 592 875 614 171 59 235 59 1 384 56 139 329 389 244 88 29 92 18 2 987 2.9 67.4 38.1 9.8 642 78.5 10.1 509 64.4 7.1 4 339 320 87 215 18 – 109 18 91 – – 10 4 192 18 – 18 – –

939 64 38 719 696 156 127 939 38 557 158 56 34 56 40 488 14.5 218 21.1 488 205 108 20 2 025 129 325 477 560 246 42 45 151 50 971 87 158 223 272 99 13 45 68 6 2 025 6.4 54.0 26.4 9.9 367 74.4 11.7 277 64.6 18.8 3 327 232 37 195 – – 59 9 50 – – 5 3 187 19 10 9 – –

590 26 13 482 465 82 75 590 – 371 128 40 22 15 14 226 23.5 134 17.2 226 137 23 – 1 258 89 217 295 370 123 30 38 64 32 555 66 84 126 170 29 13 38 23 6 1 258 7.1 52.2 22.8 7.6 189 72.5 9.5 168 57.7 15.5 2 054 107 17 90 – – 35 9 26 – – – 2 019 – – – – –

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 18 to 24 years High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Females 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Persons 25 years and over Percent less than 5th grade Percent high school graduate or higher Percent some college or higher Percent bachelor’s degree or higher Males 25 to 34 years Percent high school graduate or higher Percent bachelor’s degree or higher Females 25 to 34 years Percent high school graduate or higher Percent bachelor’s degree or higher

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak a language other than English 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Do not speak English " very well" 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN HOUSEHOLD
Linguistically isolated households Persons 5 years and over in households In linguistically isolated households 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over

DISABILITY STATUS OF CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
Persons 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Persons 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Persons 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation 3 237 336 199 55 222 594 236 298 2 643 2 201 114 34 34 26 42 21 11 16 523 44 36 17 15 71 37 34 452 374 43 15 15 7 – – – – 1 899 221 115 34 174 365 173 132 1 534 1 297 35 11 11 11 26 5 5 – 815 71 48 4 33 158 26 132 657 530 36 8 8 8 16 16 6 16 2 730 174 119 9 111 337 93 205 2 393 1 858 173 45 41 22 39 24 24 9 48 8 8 – 2 14 – 14 34 24 – – – – – – – – 3 759 302 166 34 222 528 201 258 3 231 2 591 123 31 31 7 45 12 12 7 432 21 13 9 8 48 29 19 384 311 43 15 15 7 – – – – 3 327 281 153 25 214 480 172 239 2 847 2 280 80 16 16 – 45 12 12 7 2 208 208 152 30 111 403 128 245 1 805 1 468 164 48 44 41 36 33 23 18 1 366 109 72 2 67 224 60 134 1 142 886 122 29 25 22 20 17 17 2

94

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 94 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 65.

Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Urban Inside urbanized area Total Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school Preprimary school Public school Elementary or high school Public school College Public college Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college Persons 16 to 19 years Percent not enrolled, not high school graduate

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

6 424 276 130 3 565 3 205 2 583 2 125 6 424 135 2 600 830 564 820 888 587 2 458 47.8 1 268 6.6 2 458 753 969 386 10 210 507 587 1 116 2 135 1 357 414 377 2 032 1 685 5 927 378 443 819 1 432 664 209 218 1 158 606 10 210 5.0 78.4 57.4 36.4 1 611 89.6 46.3 1 820 87.4 36.5 16 11 1 9 370 684 775 447 391 71 5 201 646 4 276 226 53

1 565 69 26 537 465 959 871 1 565 32 452 62 215 281 354 169 754 59.7 343 8.7 754 205 324 123 2 196 90 116 147 328 327 65 67 499 557 1 127 90 85 102 158 142 20 32 269 229 2 196 4.1 83.9 69.0 48.1 551 98.7 57.4 456 85.1 47.8 3 527 2 614 403 2 120 69 22 1 300 183 1 056 39 22 264 2 920 676 166 469 33 8

3 886 162 84 2 495 2 233 1 229 894 3 886 88 1 757 649 283 373 363 373 1 306 41.1 740 6.1 1 306 403 539 161 6 666 341 397 836 1 469 874 310 263 1 318 858 3 982 251 295 598 1 013 461 163 139 785 277 6 666 5.1 76.4 54.4 32.6 846 82.2 38.3 1 102 90.3 34.3 10 7 1 5 578 442 146 970 277 49 3 233 398 2 645 159 31

973 45 20 533 507 395 360 973 15 391 119 66 166 171 45 398 47.0 185 4.9 398 145 106 102 1 348 76 74 133 338 156 39 47 215 270 818 37 63 119 261 61 26 47 104 100 1 348 5.6 79.0 53.9 36.0 214 95.8 49.5 262 79.4 26.3 2 265 1 628 226 1 357 45 – 668 65 575 28 – 105 2 170 208 21 181 6 –

1 349 66 24 933 834 350 302 1 349 41 626 237 109 153 72 111 444 46.2 330 4.2 444 149 157 39 2 197 131 174 295 636 301 60 53 286 261 1 536 107 163 258 483 196 33 32 172 92 2 197 6.0 72.7 43.7 24.9 248 87.5 36.7 433 76.0 18.5 3 531 2 181 374 1 743 36 28 1 007 143 829 22 13 158 3 391 449 131 309 – 9

4 – – – – 4 4 4 – – – – 4 – – 4 100.0 – – 4 – 4 – 9 – – – 9 – – – – – 9 – – – 9 – – – – – 9 – 100.0 – – – – – – – – 13 7 – 7 – – – – – – – – 13 – – – – –

6 375 274 136 3 475 3 154 2 626 2 145 6 375 136 2 547 837 569 852 847 587 2 395 51.6 1 298 6.8 2 395 669 1 014 373 9 510 497 565 1 020 1 995 1 185 340 345 1 932 1 631 5 466 380 416 724 1 309 639 182 168 1 096 552 9 510 5.2 78.1 57.1 37.5 1 461 89.3 52.4 1 652 89.1 38.0 15 10 1 8 545 955 746 762 379 68 4 833 631 3 929 223 50

1 475 52 19 516 444 907 835 1 475 32 439 62 195 263 331 153 682 62.0 326 6.1 682 168 319 112 1 730 86 100 100 230 189 65 52 426 482 860 86 69 55 97 99 20 17 228 189 1 730 5.0 83.5 70.2 52.5 433 98.4 67.4 377 86.7 54.6 2 948 2 219 362 1 786 56 15 1 135 166 915 39 15 233 2 471 592 141 410 33 8

4 900 222 117 2 959 2 710 1 719 1 310 4 900 104 2 108 775 374 589 516 434 1 713 47.5 972 7.0 1 713 501 695 261 7 780 411 465 920 1 765 996 275 293 1 506 1 149 4 606 294 347 669 1 212 540 162 151 868 363 7 780 5.3 76.9 54.2 34.1 1 028 85.4 46.1 1 275 89.8 33.0 12 8 1 6 597 736 384 976 323 53 3 698 465 3 014 184 35

1 398 68 18 1 023 885 307 282 1 398 40 679 230 104 121 113 111 507 28.2 300 3.3 507 233 112 52 2 897 141 196 391 776 473 134 85 386 315 1 997 105 190 353 606 221 60 82 234 146 2 897 4.9 74.9 48.1 24.2 398 89.7 17.8 601 74.5 19.6 4 356 2 910 403 2 428 48 31 1 375 158 1 176 25 16 243 4 103 591 138 438 6 9

532 20 – 461 377 51 42 532 20 306 96 23 30 25 32 117 27.4 103 – 117 35 27 14 1 078 83 95 165 274 119 40 29 140 133 802 74 95 142 209 95 20 26 88 53 1 078 7.7 68.2 42.8 25.3 103 83.5 40.8 264 73.9 20.1 1 612 1 072 204 837 7 24 494 74 404 7 9 70 1 597 232 71 152 – 9

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 18 to 24 years High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Females 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Persons 25 years and over less than 5th grade high school graduate or higher some college or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Males 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Females 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak a language other than English 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Do not speak English " very well" 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN HOUSEHOLD
Linguistically isolated households Persons 5 years and over in households In linguistically isolated households 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over 912 15 488 2 072 482 1 513 62 15 543 10 398 1 188 295 863 23 7 827 14 776 1 930 475 1 384 56 15 594 12 305 1 338 334 974 23 7

DISABILITY STATUS OF CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
Persons 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Persons 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Persons 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation 11 922 601 152 30 540 434 220 191 11 488 8 131 419 102 36 73 82 15 15 – 2 535 126 26 13 108 43 11 32 2 492 1 715 69 34 21 13 27 – – – 7 701 402 101 17 377 329 172 145 7 372 5 426 305 68 15 60 49 15 15 – 1 686 73 25 – 55 62 37 14 1 624 990 45 – – – 6 – – – 2 647 73 21 5 65 55 25 25 2 592 1 780 61 8 8 – 45 18 18 4 7 – – – – – – – 7 7 – – – – 6 6 6 – 11 418 547 142 30 497 392 190 185 11 026 7 799 415 97 44 60 77 19 19 4 2 171 99 26 13 81 43 11 32 2 128 1 416 56 21 21 – 20 – – – 9 247 448 116 17 416 349 179 153 8 898 6 383 359 76 23 60 57 19 19 4 3 151 127 31 5 108 97 55 31 3 054 2 112 65 13 – 13 50 14 14 – 1 185 48 13 5 40 35 18 17 1 150 794 24 – – – 37 14 14 –

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 66.

Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Urban Inside urbanized area Total Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school Preprimary school Public school Elementary or high school Public school College Public college Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college Persons 16 to 19 years Percent not enrolled, not high school graduate

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

6 420 417 218 3 800 3 533 2 203 1 634 6 420 240 2 881 746 519 851 837 346 3 890 28.5 1 801 8.7 3 890 1 394 1 512 243 10 383 237 717 1 419 2 420 2 324 522 454 1 528 762 5 081 83 396 792 1 178 1 090 218 162 827 335 10 383 2.3 77.1 53.8 22.1 2 702 80.0 18.9 2 119 83.3 25.8 18 9 1 8 315 892 458 068 262 104 3 331 431 2 703 131 66

1 681 117 55 682 626 882 636 1 681 63 486 170 203 416 282 61 1 210 47.2 540 5.2 1 210 435 561 107 2 360 34 120 374 453 491 106 127 423 232 1 174 9 66 208 195 230 61 64 221 120 2 360 1.4 77.6 58.4 27.8 648 85.2 28.5 535 91.0 34.6 4 304 2 368 266 2 015 45 42 813 119 643 33 18 114 3 245 196 25 135 27 9

3 907 272 157 2 681 2 470 954 693 3 907 156 2 066 509 250 306 421 199 1 757 21.5 833 12.6 1 757 531 650 91 6 389 99 457 789 1 610 1 471 343 285 874 461 3 092 38 265 455 823 695 120 85 422 189 6 389 1.5 78.9 53.7 20.9 1 545 81.7 19.4 1 242 81.6 20.4 10 5 1 4 971 950 004 701 204 41 1 947 261 1 561 98 27

832 28 6 437 437 367 305 832 21 329 67 66 129 134 86 923 17.4 428 5.6 923 428 301 45 1 634 104 140 256 357 362 73 42 231 69 815 36 65 129 160 165 37 13 184 26 1 634 6.4 69.4 47.6 18.4 509 68.2 5.5 342 77.2 31.9 3 040 1 574 188 1 352 13 21 571 51 499 – 21 82 2 407 228 29 186 – 13

2 461 152 110 1 895 1 750 414 369 2 461 99 1 485 277 223 155 90 132 1 139 23.8 501 19.6 1 139 327 293 18 4 102 319 514 872 1 047 563 104 110 354 219 1 918 108 171 387 554 301 50 68 193 86 4 102 7.8 58.4 32.9 14.0 860 52.7 14.8 656 75.8 18.0 7 173 3 120 505 2 538 55 22 1 277 198 1 045 17 17 166 6 432 503 170 321 – 12

130 21 21 99 99 10 10 130 13 96 8 7 – – 6 18 22.2 13 46.2 18 4 4 – 127 14 – 48 30 35 – – – – 72 – – 34 14 24 – – – – 127 11.0 51.2 27.6 – 5 – – 18 – – 261 52 6 46 – – 29 6 23 – – 15 261 76 54 22 – –

6 685 426 247 4 213 3 879 2 046 1 579 6 685 270 3 181 790 614 830 656 344 3 549 32.3 1 688 11.5 3 549 1 087 1 352 202 10 377 283 929 1 564 2 382 2 018 502 430 1 454 815 4 999 117 417 851 1 160 979 198 173 737 367 10 377 2.7 73.2 50.3 21.9 2 474 74.8 21.1 1 943 83.0 25.7 18 9 1 7 282 497 460 698 260 79 3 343 475 2 692 140 36

1 431 65 35 584 528 782 571 1 431 41 395 154 201 386 192 62 1 111 49.1 526 5.3 1 111 401 525 85 1 987 34 116 322 362 390 70 90 410 193 1 018 9 62 193 148 187 37 44 225 113 1 987 1.7 76.2 58.0 30.3 500 85.0 32.2 454 90.1 43.4 3 719 2 113 258 1 777 45 33 734 109 583 33 9 100 2 815 191 32 132 27 –

5 254 361 212 3 629 3 351 1 264 1 008 5 254 229 2 786 636 413 444 464 282 2 438 24.7 1 162 14.3 2 438 686 827 117 8 390 249 813 1 242 2 020 1 628 432 340 1 044 622 3 981 108 355 658 1 012 792 161 129 512 254 8 390 3.0 72.5 48.5 19.9 1 974 72.2 18.3 1 489 80.9 20.3 14 7 1 5 563 384 202 921 215 46 2 609 366 2 109 107 27

2 196 143 81 1 482 1 404 571 424 2 196 69 1 185 233 128 176 271 134 1 480 15.7 614 9.9 1 480 634 453 59 4 108 273 302 727 1 085 869 124 134 428 166 2 000 74 150 328 572 412 70 57 283 54 4 108 6.6 68.3 41.9 14.5 1 088 70.3 10.8 832 78.0 20.0 7 206 3 515 503 2 908 57 47 1 265 154 1 056 8 47 192 6 103 514 118 362 – 34

1 070 72 55 920 842 78 56 1 070 35 744 135 61 16 33 46 462 8.2 180 23.9 462 166 86 – 2 073 176 199 466 596 309 25 33 166 103 988 45 85 207 308 176 19 19 92 37 2 073 8.5 59.4 30.7 13.0 429 57.1 15.6 337 73.0 17.5 3 521 1 604 296 1 249 42 17 608 93 490 8 17 102 3 246 290 98 180 – 12

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 18 to 24 years High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Females 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Persons 25 years and over less than 5th grade high school graduate or higher some college or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Males 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Females 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak a language other than English 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Do not speak English " very well" 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN HOUSEHOLD
Linguistically isolated households Persons 5 years and over in households In linguistically isolated households 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over 554 16 158 1 280 234 939 78 29 358 10 506 856 180 618 51 7 528 16 487 1 269 286 898 78 7 428 13 672 1 078 254 766 51 7

DISABILITY STATUS OF CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
Persons 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Persons 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Persons 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation 11 353 596 220 84 466 700 326 286 10 653 8 007 495 114 76 81 196 87 81 56 2 544 126 46 31 104 133 66 47 2 411 1 724 114 33 17 25 78 37 37 13 7 021 372 119 41 306 442 211 169 6 579 4 987 292 74 52 49 55 16 10 13 1 788 98 55 12 56 125 49 70 1 663 1 296 89 7 7 7 63 34 34 30 4 686 275 130 47 230 358 198 134 4 328 3 417 213 39 9 30 117 64 55 40 134 21 10 – 21 10 – – 124 61 8 – – – 9 9 – 9 11 874 648 251 112 508 751 364 305 11 123 8 433 454 99 61 74 169 81 75 44 2 305 107 27 18 98 108 47 47 2 197 1 556 102 25 9 25 69 37 37 13 9 569 541 224 94 410 643 317 258 8 926 6 877 352 74 52 49 100 44 38 31 4 165 223 99 19 188 307 160 115 3 858 2 991 254 54 24 37 144 70 61 52 2 251 133 47 – 131 198 112 66 2 053 1 606 142 39 9 30 72 36 27 22

96

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 67.

Education, Ability to Speak English, and Disability of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Urban Inside urbanized area Total Central place Urban fringe Outside urbanized area Rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school Preprimary school Public school Elementary or high school Public school College Public college Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school 3 and 4 years 5 to 14 years 15 to 17 years 18 and 19 years 20 to 24 years 25 to 34 years 35 years and over Persons 18 to 24 years Percent enrolled in college Persons 16 to 19 years Percent not enrolled, not high school graduate 311 21 9 187 166 102 79 311 11 144 42 28 39 24 19 158

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

266 069 162 835 865 362 047 266 892 584 135 637 512 610 896 954 37.2 75 351 10.5 954 279 251 494 604 494 008 191 941 224 058 367 623 698 285 650 535 639 182 270 669 022 030 288

69 3 1 28 22 37 28 69 2 21 6 10 16 7 4 44

581 861 488 188 358 532 477 581 222 973 259 308 999 181 639 876 58.0 18 071 6.0 44 9 25 6 170 2 9 17 36 34 6 5 37 21 90 1 5 10 21 17 3 3 18 8 876 812 355 170 733 951 013 000 241 428 422 535 753 390 367 630 437 142 302 560 600 232 736 728

176 13 5 117 105 45 34 176 7 90 26 12 14 13 11 80

123 095 463 411 749 617 974 123 381 456 283 690 781 215 317 567 27.0 40 066 11.8 567 660 430 858 732 233 197 515 875 924 772 667 943 606 695 117 413 822 024 905 487 004 562 361

65 4 2 42 38 19 15 65 2 32 9 5 7 4 3 33

562 113 211 236 758 213 596 562 289 155 593 639 732 214 940 511 33.8 17 214 12.1 33 10 13 2 202 5 18 30 55 33 7 5 29 14 110 2 10 17 32 17 4 2 14 6 511 807 466 466 139 310 798 676 825 872 864 165 927 702 223 903 685 675 856 805 582 786 732 199

257 14 8 190 174 52 44 257 8 142 44 20 17 11 13 104

412 727 167 446 172 239 769 412 234 195 595 284 312 690 102 425 28.0 66 127 12.5 425 128 814 333 298 386 532 884 312 483 593 009 395 704 468 971 817 950 144 725 829 548 082 402

5 615 213 162 4 038 3 487 1 364 1 117 5 615 105 2 649 1 200 562 469 214 416 2 447 33.3 1 576 6.8 2 447 747 937 167 21 711 543 2 139 4 209 7 315 2 846 876 400 2 443 940 11 052 204 832 2 165 4 085 1 449 524 264 1 118 411 21 711 2.5 68.3 34.6 15.6 1 726 77.9 18.3 1 573 79.8 14.8 28 334 703 153 436 80 34 175 44 101 30 – 12 28 334 12 – 12 – –

383 24 10 243 219 115 91 383 14 185 55 35 43 26 22 181

300 703 959 588 077 009 006 300 135 850 160 478 901 393 383 834 37.5 93 590 10.9 834 221 654 840 274 359 564 142 300 824 090 445 969 581 390 591 506 609 241 639 229 851 514 210

59 3 1 22 17 34 25 59 1 17 5 9 15 5 3 39

819 134 029 533 364 152 587 819 900 299 068 915 921 863 853 451 62.6 16 329 5.5 451 895 783 855 898 712 983 269 305 295 017 369 000 948 471 493 861 446 007 416 954 675 587 032

323 21 9 221 201 80 65 323 12 168 50 25 27 20 18 142

481 569 930 055 713 857 419 481 235 551 092 563 980 530 530 383 30.5 77 261 12.0 383 326 871 985 376 647 581 873 995 529 073 076 969 633 919 098 645 163 234 223 275 176 927 178

185 11 6 134 121 39 32 185 5 100 31 13 12 9 10 81

378 093 370 693 960 592 810 378 991 929 570 443 923 907 615 545 24.8 47 888 12.5 545 186 411 987 628 521 976 933 953 883 561 931 049 821 363 030 846 980 085 356 269 719 598 480

122 6 4 93 84 21 18 122 3 69 22 8 7 5 6 48

428 897 084 624 730 907 719 428 794 337 295 316 069 249 368 738 23.0 31 180 13.3 738 586 347 891 031 152 582 284 661 950 385 976 925 116 908 641 825 213 352 694 642 565 542 434

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Persons 18 to 24 years High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college or associate degree Bachelor’s degree or higher Persons 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Females 25 years and over Less than 5th grade 5th to 8th grade 9th to 12th grade, no diploma High school graduate (includes equivalency) Some college, no degree Associate degree, occupational program Associate degree, academic program Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Percent Persons 25 years and over less than 5th grade high school graduate or higher some college or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Males 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher Females 25 to 34 years high school graduate or higher bachelor’s degree or higher 158 48 67 16 858 16 56 111 230 165 35 27 144 71 452 8 31 63 133 83 19 15 67 30 80 27 28 7 485 8 28 63 138 96 20 16 76 35 251 4 15 35 79 47 11 9 33 15 104 37 34 4 714 19 76 135 236 105 29 17 64 29 367 7 37 71 130 51 15 9 29 13 181 55 74 16 1 004 20 76 148 286 180 42 30 146 72 522 9 40 81 162 90 23 16 66 31 39 7 22 5 140 2 7 14 28 26 5 4 33 18 76 1 4 8 17 14 2 2 16 8 142 47 51 10 863 17 68 133 257 154 37 26 113 53 445 8 35 73 145 76 20 14 49 23 81 30 27 3 568 15 55 98 180 89 22 13 62 28 297 7 28 53 101 44 12 7 29 12 48 18 14 1 364 11 41 71 122 49 14 7 30 14 188 4 20 38 67 24 7 4 14 6

858 604 1.9 78.6 51.7 25.2 121 567 87.1 28.6 113 294 88.8 29.7 1 217 37 5 27 2 2 10 1 7 427 854 779 082 963 030 822 915 273 912 722

170 733 1.7 83.0 61.8 34.6 26 672 92.2 38.0 22 589 92.8 42.5 245 9 1 7 685 638 049 103 795 691 2 703 298 1 927 220 258

485 732 1.7 79.4 50.8 23.2 71 706 87.1 26.8 68 105 88.7 27.4 691 21 3 15 1 269 283 768 278 369 868 6 125 1 285 4 028 492 320

202 139 2.6 72.9 45.3 22.1 23 189 81.4 23.1 22 600 85.1 24.0 280 473 6 933 962 4 701 799 471 1 994 332 1 318 200 144 395 269 973 516 42 303 101 70

714 298 2.7 67.5 34.5 13.2 87 632 76.1 13.0 86 976 81.6 14.1 1 018 21 5 14 1 542 463 165 490 036 772 6 993 1 781 4 606 296 310

1 004 274 2.0 75.6 47.1 21.9 140 294 84.0 25.3 134 493 87.0 25.9 1 443 40 7 28 2 1 11 2 8 861 204 104 762 526 812 877 301 114 812 650

140 898 1.9 82.3 62.2 36.9 20 097 91.1 44.4 18 564 92.7 46.6 204 213 8 065 874 5 912 673 606 2 267 229 1 608 220 210 511 179 036 791 76 485 68 162

863 376 2.0 74.5 44.6 19.4 120 197 82.8 22.1 115 929 86.1 22.6 1 239 32 6 22 1 1 9 2 6 648 139 230 850 853 206 610 072 506 592 440

568 628 2.7 70.0 38.2 16.0 68 905 79.5 15.4 65 777 83.0 16.9 792 19 3 12 1 108 113 840 810 473 990 5 938 1 395 3 765 396 382

364 031 3.1 65.9 32.2 12.4 42 202 75.4 11.4 42 258 80.5 13.0 510 11 2 7 926 115 740 277 644 454 3 623 971 2 204 247 201

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Persons 5 years and over Speak a language other than English 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over Do not speak English " very well" 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over

ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN HOUSEHOLD
Linguistically isolated households Persons 5 years and over in households In linguistically isolated households 5 to 17 years 18 to 64 years 65 to 74 years 75 years and over 1 981 1 160 441 3 065 382 1 910 412 361 550 214 254 846 76 540 68 162 1 036 676 214 1 703 264 1 067 243 129 792 1 000 448 1 193 175 813 66 139 1 933 1 391 178 3 080 415 1 963 366 336 1 422 1 212 142 2 289 339 1 478 298 174 840 769 711 1 178 142 760 112 164 447 504 864 615 75 395 42 103

DISABILITY STATUS OF CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
Persons 16 to 64 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation In labor force With a self-care limitation With a work disability In labor force Prevented from working No work disability In labor force Persons 65 to 74 years With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation Persons 75 years and over With a mobility or self-care limitation With a mobility limitation With a self-care limitation 826 30 17 3 21 64 25 33 762 615 106 14 9 8 58 18 16 10 731 804 065 188 522 417 049 640 314 428 046 104 980 501 156 686 367 169 162 200 5 234 2 671 669 3 872 10 122 4 169 4 893 152 078 119 427 23 638 3 023 2 067 1 867 15 686 4 699 4 031 2 807 482 17 9 1 12 37 15 18 444 363 51 7 5 4 23 8 7 4 429 663 789 788 228 568 268 979 861 268 103 000 017 241 915 143 216 258 182 102 7 907 4 605 731 5 422 16 727 5 612 9 768 165 375 132 733 31 305 4 081 2 896 2 393 18 555 5 844 5 120 3 104 714 34 17 2 24 65 22 37 649 523 81 12 8 7 42 15 13 8 683 222 952 958 251 588 619 608 095 482 407 491 882 622 619 233 362 294 19 017 1 109 493 82 855 1 742 582 962 17 275 13 680 3 974 518 356 305 1 981 567 491 313 1 012 39 21 3 27 79 30 41 933 755 110 15 10 9 59 19 17 11 900 321 357 852 542 690 944 970 210 266 270 563 937 353 926 956 522 027 139 770 4 499 2 262 514 3 398 8 296 3 408 4 062 131 474 103 239 20 083 2 668 1 786 1 634 13 923 4 174 3 573 2 480 873 34 19 3 24 71 27 37 801 652 90 12 9 7 46 15 13 8 130 822 095 338 144 394 536 908 736 027 187 895 151 719 003 782 949 547 528 25 13 2 18 50 16 29 478 383 77 11 7 6 40 13 12 7 514 705 660 294 231 315 724 278 199 644 183 032 925 770 849 963 207 436 352 18 9 1 13 34 10 20 318 256 45 7 5 4 24 8 7 4 475 393 483 508 300 125 907 435 350 602 609 224 156 504 029 846 716 757

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 97 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

SOUTH CAROLINA 97

Table 68.

Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of White Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

PLACE OF BIRTH, NATIVITY, AND CITIZENSHIP
All persons Native Born in State of residence Born in a different State Northeast Midwest South West Born abroad Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Born abroad of American parents Foreign born Naturalized citizen Not a citizen 1 313 216 1 291 356 693 276 583 233 117 339 109 765 320 134 35 995 14 847 1 269 462 13 116 21 860 12 145 9 715 261 256 134 118 23 21 64 7 3 3 5 2 2 936 026 362 363 942 991 443 987 301 184 68 049 910 987 923 751 738 379 349 68 66 192 22 9 8 12 7 5 038 712 287 813 593 716 192 312 612 994 335 283 326 010 316 300 296 179 115 24 21 63 5 1 1 3 2 1 242 618 627 057 804 058 499 696 934 91 59 784 624 148 476 1 094 467 1 086 786 781 719 298 984 46 987 44 618 193 593 13 786 6 083 447 287 5 349 7 681 4 393 3 288 29 29 24 4 747 581 902 578 535 436 3 443 164 101 16 – 85 166 99 67 1 558 730 1 537 446 913 260 609 337 109 234 108 790 355 667 35 646 14 849 1 389 514 12 946 21 284 11 364 9 920 217 212 117 92 18 16 52 5 2 2 4 2 2 124 140 806 005 037 265 058 645 329 216 47 066 984 394 590 1 341 606 1 325 306 795 454 517 332 91 197 92 525 303 609 30 001 12 520 1 173 467 10 880 16 300 8 970 7 330 848 840 561 272 55 45 158 14 6 5 8 5 3 953 696 735 880 092 593 060 135 081 327 235 519 257 174 083 547 543 406 134 22 19 87 5 2 2 3 2 1 485 810 122 906 020 235 740 911 782 166 141 475 675 254 421

RESIDENCE IN 1985
Persons 5 years and over Same house Different house in the United States Same county Different county Same State Different State Northeast Midwest South West Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Elsewhere 1 227 596 616 269 346 113 232 39 38 131 23 814 106 677 874 803 923 880 704 158 796 222 427 451 14 153 247 106 135 57 78 26 51 8 8 28 5 931 864 691 676 015 565 450 672 573 263 942 28 153 5 195 697 340 350 151 198 64 134 22 21 76 13 875 024 283 769 514 290 224 143 867 822 392 345 253 6 970 282 149 130 60 70 23 47 8 7 26 3 008 218 703 429 274 068 206 889 718 711 888 54 45 1 988 1 022 623 395 223 171 79 92 13 13 58 7 404 360 201 700 501 137 364 550 294 426 094 183 165 3 495 28 23 5 3 1 1 397 064 260 443 817 159 658 95 54 457 52 – – 73 1 454 756 686 328 357 134 223 34 35 133 20 464 810 529 640 889 644 245 231 334 306 374 426 351 10 348 206 90 113 49 63 24 39 6 6 22 3 105 502 090 578 512 388 124 677 577 474 396 41 44 2 428 1 248 666 573 279 294 110 184 27 28 110 16 359 308 439 062 377 256 121 554 757 832 978 385 307 7 920 795 462 325 164 160 58 101 19 16 56 9 754 656 349 934 415 416 999 023 118 916 942 184 265 7 300 512 326 184 104 79 38 41 7 6 24 3 629 231 362 615 747 284 463 248 230 960 025 130 95 1 811

MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK AND TRAVEL TIME TO WORK
Workers 16 years and over Car, truck, or van Drove alone Carpooled Persons per car, truck, or van Public transportation Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car Subway or elevated Railroad Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home Mean travel time to work (minutes) 675 626 545 80 121 174 580 594 1.07 2 109 1 390 8 25 25 122 539 1 934 2 581 21 908 4 815 15 600 18.3 137 120 107 13 279 996 656 340 1.06 805 621 – – – – 184 515 1 242 10 230 946 2 545 15.2 393 371 323 48 909 959 245 714 1.08 824 590 8 25 13 10 178 1 176 801 5 711 2 788 10 650 19.9 143 133 114 18 933 219 679 540 1.08 480 179 – – 12 112 177 243 538 5 967 1 081 2 405 16.7 535 509 427 82 324 849 750 099 1.10 938 774 10 42 – 40 72 776 465 8 440 3 741 11 115 22.3 15 12 10 1 229 889 982 907 1.09 22 22 – – – – – 9 28 511 106 1 664 22.0 798 748 646 102 928 963 872 091 1.08 2 032 1 602 15 61 1 12 341 1 826 2 045 19 831 5 432 18 799 20.4 112 97 87 10 243 838 481 357 1.06 727 606 – – – – 121 254 899 9 425 840 2 260 15.7 686 651 559 91 685 125 391 734 1.08 1 305 996 15 61 1 12 220 1 572 1 146 10 406 4 592 16 539 21.2 411 387 326 60 517 060 458 602 1.09 1 015 562 3 6 24 150 270 884 1 001 10 517 3 124 7 916 19.5 263 250 207 42 072 165 808 357 1.10 501 412 3 6 – 38 42 366 241 4 208 1 979 5 612 21.7

INDUSTRY
Employed persons 16 years and over Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Metal industries Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation Communications and other public utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Food, bakery, and dairy stores Eating and drinking places Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Business and repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Educational services Public administration 643 163 6 630 603 48 142 120 750 69 040 3 181 32 547 7 700 51 710 3 582 7 636 11 632 6 12 19 17 27 116 17 30 11 34 27 1 17 9 150 27 20 59 32 606 046 707 989 540 952 271 217 818 246 327 475 555 237 829 440 351 240 363 125 881 1 313 78 7 140 15 856 8 989 547 3 263 1 842 6 867 499 1 054 1 549 1 3 3 5 24 2 7 2 8 5 3 2 38 6 4 15 6 987 367 100 040 381 020 690 522 507 100 269 345 490 042 042 026 572 721 158 377 719 3 417 380 31 541 71 075 38 542 1 739 15 721 4 184 32 533 1 855 4 760 6 565 4 9 13 10 17 66 10 16 7 19 17 9 4 82 16 11 29 20 083 305 172 929 582 565 472 393 309 760 831 740 420 816 311 912 332 996 871 139 563 1 900 145 9 461 33 819 21 509 895 13 563 1 674 12 310 1 228 1 822 3 518 1 1 3 4 4 26 4 6 2 6 4 4 2 30 4 4 13 5 536 374 435 020 577 367 109 302 002 386 227 390 645 379 476 502 447 523 334 540 16 1 50 162 98 4 60 5 63 7 10 17 9 7 17 18 20 83 17 16 8 17 19 1 10 5 88 15 13 36 19 318 293 094 166 818 855 092 448 483 963 506 505 151 185 523 513 838 708 358 257 510 081 156 930 180 377 157 329 483 914 918 320 15 325 3 841 1 1 106 3 429 2 129 116 1 394 57 1 300 268 158 308 185 94 398 448 484 1 573 379 224 182 443 258 17 250 144 2 180 417 305 1 051 571 784 306 10 926 991 65 603 175 129 102 540 3 760 50 186 9 456 72 589 4 729 10 894 18 301 9 15 26 24 36 128 21 31 13 36 34 1 16 8 168 31 22 66 36 624 520 040 580 178 637 070 356 672 913 191 750 038 659 875 522 692 515 124 108 777 1 127 78 6 006 14 174 8 302 392 3 076 1 685 5 872 379 809 1 420 1 2 2 4 19 2 5 2 7 4 2 1 34 5 4 14 5 793 261 702 718 846 457 239 956 112 035 598 315 250 544 594 445 106 476 221 675 529 9 799 913 59 597 160 955 94 238 3 368 47 110 7 771 66 717 4 350 10 085 16 881 8 14 23 21 31 109 18 25 11 29 29 1 13 7 134 26 18 52 30 831 259 338 862 332 180 831 400 560 878 593 435 788 115 281 077 586 039 903 399 175 11 997 706 32 705 108 439 65 355 3 513 42 809 3 727 43 084 6 359 7 247 10 482 6 4 11 12 12 71 13 15 6 14 13 11 5 70 11 11 29 15 167 049 180 247 070 673 458 371 227 489 066 905 894 735 283 401 573 643 559 264 965 10 107 601 22 975 83 063 50 308 2 510 33 906 2 255 32 755 4 928 5 521 8 276 4 2 8 8 8 42 9 7 4 7 8 5 2 42 7 7 18 9 757 979 022 778 326 405 231 629 132 468 390 551 381 660 462 068 173 244 644

98

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 98 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 69.

Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Black Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

PLACE OF BIRTH, NATIVITY, AND CITIZENSHIP
All persons Native Born in State of residence Born in a different State Northeast Midwest South West Born abroad Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Born abroad of American parents Foreign born Naturalized citizen Not a citizen 563 561 474 84 27 6 47 3 2 2 2 1 1 740 166 263 094 010 358 215 511 809 125 243 441 574 093 481 174 173 149 22 7 1 12 224 288 782 504 245 739 617 903 1 002 53 72 877 936 394 542 214 213 171 40 11 3 23 1 1 284 087 424 227 064 451 947 765 436 38 125 1 273 1 197 531 666 175 174 153 21 8 1 10 232 791 057 363 701 168 651 843 371 34 46 291 441 168 273 476 475 428 45 18 1 23 1 1 270 496 399 808 954 870 774 210 289 32 102 1 155 774 361 413 18 18 17 1 666 666 357 278 684 20 559 15 31 – – 31 – – – 526 524 448 72 22 5 41 2 2 355 013 804 525 279 637 975 634 684 91 237 2 356 2 342 957 1 385 155 154 135 18 6 1 10 463 590 555 189 021 428 089 651 846 53 72 721 873 345 528 370 369 313 54 16 4 31 1 1 892 423 249 336 258 209 886 983 838 38 165 1 635 1 469 612 857 513 512 453 57 23 2 29 2 1 655 649 858 377 685 591 014 087 414 66 108 1 240 1 006 497 509 332 332 300 31 13 1 15 881 419 132 564 832 050 761 921 723 32 57 634 462 251 211

RESIDENCE IN 1985
Persons 5 years and over Same house Different house in the United States Same county Different county Same State Different State Northeast Midwest South West Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Elsewhere 509 261 242 164 78 34 44 13 3 22 3 142 627 627 368 259 119 140 760 858 626 896 30 206 4 652 157 79 76 55 21 8 12 3 1 6 1 834 136 671 114 557 976 581 678 247 488 168 – 75 1 952 193 93 97 60 36 15 20 5 1 11 1 247 547 365 787 578 986 592 781 947 050 814 23 121 2 191 158 88 68 48 20 9 10 4 061 944 591 467 124 157 967 301 664 5 088 914 7 10 509 436 304 129 91 38 18 19 8 152 879 970 313 657 889 768 827 978 9 006 957 – 24 1 279 17 12 4 3 223 559 617 654 963 521 442 213 – 222 7 – – 47 478 265 208 141 67 31 35 10 3 18 2 026 377 589 308 281 585 696 766 392 827 711 23 169 3 868 140 71 68 50 17 7 10 2 740 314 047 114 933 811 122 956 974 5 442 750 – 35 1 344 337 194 140 91 49 23 25 7 2 13 1 286 063 542 194 348 774 574 810 418 385 961 23 134 2 524 467 301 164 114 49 21 28 11 1 12 2 268 129 008 373 635 423 212 821 444 805 142 7 61 2 063 304 213 90 64 26 11 14 6 277 030 751 561 190 905 285 737 567 6 262 719 – – 496

MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK AND TRAVEL TIME TO WORK
Workers 16 years and over Car, truck, or van Drove alone Carpooled Persons per car, truck, or van Public transportation Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car Subway or elevated Railroad Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home Mean travel time to work (minutes) 225 191 135 55 333 411 997 414 1.19 11 369 9 310 14 47 7 19 1 972 65 1 029 14 663 4 006 2 790 19.0 68 53 37 15 094 001 064 937 1.20 6 106 5 162 14 – 7 – 923 26 494 6 782 1 186 499 18.4 94 84 64 19 710 488 874 614 1.15 3 710 3 233 – 47 – 6 424 14 296 3 008 1 299 1 895 19.9 62 53 34 19 529 922 059 863 1.27 1 553 915 – – – 13 625 25 239 4 873 1 521 396 18.2 181 167 112 55 266 663 419 244 1.24 3 523 3 222 9 19 18 2 253 83 389 4 138 4 160 1 310 25.0 7 6 4 2 221 626 147 479 1.28 175 175 – – – – – – 14 120 146 140 26.5 217 188 137 51 364 741 525 216 1.18 10 355 8 982 14 47 9 6 1 297 90 716 10 890 3 754 2 818 21.0 60 46 32 14 481 502 416 086 1.20 5 860 4 992 14 – 7 – 847 28 372 6 229 1 034 456 18.8 156 142 105 37 883 239 109 130 1.17 4 495 3 990 – 47 2 6 450 62 344 4 661 2 720 2 362 21.8 189 170 110 59 235 333 891 442 1.26 4 537 3 550 9 19 16 15 928 58 702 7 911 4 412 1 282 22.4 124 114 74 40 136 553 544 009 1.26 2 751 2 501 9 19 16 2 204 36 327 2 802 2 808 859 25.0

INDUSTRY
Employed persons 16 years and over Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Metal industries Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation Communications and other public utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Food, bakery, and dairy stores Eating and drinking places Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Business and repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Educational services Public administration 218 699 3 000 206 13 642 55 331 32 596 3 377 18 967 1 649 22 735 2 253 3 501 4 096 3 3 8 5 5 37 6 16 2 4 7 4 8 1 47 13 7 18 12 637 452 110 310 356 662 533 341 559 609 851 367 983 683 534 315 602 459 496 64 861 757 58 4 274 13 429 8 094 982 4 169 582 5 335 445 868 696 827 969 335 477 510 894 932 744 621 341 604 706 410 732 530 603 481 557 183 91 655 974 85 5 662 19 086 10 529 980 4 810 690 8 557 586 1 503 1 305 1 1 4 2 2 15 2 6 1 2 3 1 3 20 6 3 7 7 461 797 237 635 603 837 776 657 471 598 535 368 003 614 710 806 160 351 237 62 183 1 269 63 3 706 22 816 13 973 1 415 9 988 377 8 843 1 222 1 130 2 095 1 349 686 538 198 243 931 825 940 467 670 1 712 1 293 2 570 337 11 294 1 906 1 961 5 551 2 076 1 1 1 9 1 3 184 126 8 694 436 14 136 68 154 41 657 2 849 29 927 690 26 497 5 714 3 896 4 245 3 2 5 3 4 24 4 9 2 4 3 6 1 29 5 5 13 6 823 434 718 648 379 221 959 454 890 021 830 025 580 299 691 355 586 987 404 7 372 597 9 514 2 891 1 721 104 1 252 21 1 170 305 143 179 106 126 205 54 132 1 028 220 394 37 74 163 67 191 50 1 175 196 244 642 185 214 055 3 707 317 14 883 52 124 31 180 2 118 17 690 1 584 20 944 1 871 3 459 3 123 3 3 8 5 6 35 6 15 2 4 8 4 7 1 46 13 7 16 12 360 710 608 433 024 514 135 289 471 738 042 030 863 657 183 620 590 984 461 58 980 663 58 3 867 12 123 7 472 795 3 864 556 4 651 265 797 664 704 849 189 368 453 537 682 145 586 260 436 569 975 613 395 453 372 900 888 155 075 3 044 259 11 016 40 001 23 708 1 323 13 826 1 028 16 293 1 606 2 662 2 459 2 2 6 4 4 24 4 10 1 3 5 2 4 1 31 9 5 12 9 656 861 419 065 571 977 453 144 885 478 606 461 888 044 788 167 218 084 573 188 770 7 987 325 12 895 71 361 43 073 4 108 31 204 755 28 288 6 096 3 938 5 218 4 2 5 3 3 26 5 10 1 4 3 7 1 31 5 5 15 6 100 176 220 525 711 369 357 506 978 892 639 362 700 325 042 050 598 462 439 126 375 6 783 279 9 134 50 088 30 718 2 430 22 815 382 19 370 4 633 2 796 3 285 2 1 3 2 2 15 3 6 1 3 2 4 19 3 3 9 4 670 495 620 319 678 769 299 199 483 207 013 028 754 875 177 064 587 571 168

2 1 1 11 1 5 1 2 1 3 15 4 2 5 3

2 1 1 10 1 5 1 2 1 2 14 4 2 4 2

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 99 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

SOUTH CAROLINA 99

Table 70.

Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

PLACE OF BIRTH, NATIVITY, AND CITIZENSHIP
All persons Native Born in State of residence Born in a different State Northeast Midwest South West Born abroad Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Born abroad of American parents Foreign born Naturalized citizen Not a citizen 877 725 985 671 395 464 1 398 414 69 – 20 49 152 45 107 4 4 1 2 841 811 342 469 61 71 251 86 – – – – 30 14 16 2 2 1 1 649 565 000 506 270 286 730 220 59 – 20 39 84 20 64 1 387 1 349 643 696 64 107 417 108 10 – – 10 38 11 27 058 028 578 418 80 152 1 014 172 32 – – 32 30 14 16 4 4 2 1 61 61 45 16 – – 16 – – – – – – – – 301 191 588 533 387 424 1 332 390 70 – 20 50 110 48 62 5 5 2 2 711 697 342 349 54 56 175 64 6 – – 6 14 14 – 590 494 246 184 333 368 1 157 326 64 – 20 44 96 34 62 4 4 2 2 3 3 1 1 634 562 975 556 88 192 1 080 196 31 – – 31 72 11 61 2 191 2 183 1 438 724 25 92 550 57 21 – – 21 8 – 8

RESIDENCE IN 1985
Persons 5 years and over Same house Different house in the United States Same county Different county Same State Different State Northeast Midwest South West Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Elsewhere 4 1 2 1 1 509 453 893 089 804 445 1 359 197 164 767 231 9 7 147 812 254 533 160 373 97 276 19 20 180 57 – – 25 2 494 737 1 674 602 1 072 320 752 153 101 410 88 9 7 67 1 203 462 686 327 359 28 331 25 43 177 86 – – 55 3 1 1 1 839 938 854 114 740 275 465 9 39 315 102 – – 47 61 44 17 11 6 3 3 3 – – – – – – 021 927 941 258 683 476 1 207 162 128 753 164 9 7 137 5 1 2 1 1 682 195 478 145 333 79 254 19 12 174 49 – – 9 4 1 2 1 1 339 732 463 113 350 397 953 143 116 579 115 9 7 128 3 327 1 464 1 806 945 861 244 617 44 75 329 169 – – 57 2 054 995 1 037 618 419 174 245 9 28 143 65 – – 22

MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK AND TRAVEL TIME TO WORK
Workers 16 years and over Car, truck, or van Drove alone Carpooled Persons per car, truck, or van Public transportation Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car Subway or elevated Railroad Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home Mean travel time to work (minutes) 2 608 2 193 1 667 526 1.15 25 18 – – – – 7 11 27 242 29 81 18.6 485 329 280 49 1.08 13 6 – – – – 7 – 19 100 13 11 15.3 1 517 1 374 1 046 328 1.15 12 12 – – – – – 11 8 46 16 50 20.1 606 490 341 149 1.23 – – – – – – – – – 96 – 20 17.7 1 815 1 744 1 374 370 1.13 9 9 – – – – – – – 12 30 20 25.9 17 17 17 – 1.00 – – – – – – – – – – – – 26.2 2 775 2 454 1 869 585 1.15 27 20 – – – – 7 11 27 145 41 70 21.3 385 229 187 42 1.11 13 6 – – – – 7 – 19 100 13 11 16.5 2 390 2 225 1 682 543 1.15 14 14 – – – – – 11 8 45 28 59 22.1 1 648 1 483 1 172 311 1.14 7 7 – – – – – – – 109 18 31 22.3 907 862 682 180 1.13 7 7 – – – – – – – 12 18 8 26.0

INDUSTRY
Employed persons 16 years and over Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Metal industries Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation Communications and other public utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Food, bakery, and dairy stores Eating and drinking places Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Business and repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Educational services Public administration 2 257 65 – 284 435 174 4 107 7 261 – 59 18 34 45 100 81 85 426 45 175 25 59 175 – 77 5 379 43 50 172 61 375 – – 28 78 17 4 3 – 61 – – – 8 9 36 8 24 66 15 13 5 10 47 – 12 5 47 – 9 19 9 1 375 31 – 204 244 123 – 75 7 121 – 26 11 15 36 56 55 38 262 8 111 13 41 86 – 65 – 240 36 37 72 40 507 34 – 52 113 34 – 29 – 79 – 33 7 11 – 8 18 23 98 22 51 7 8 42 – – – 92 7 4 81 12 1 817 67 – 307 514 284 8 176 – 230 40 65 36 30 45 47 23 85 285 46 91 – 54 54 – 68 40 215 55 64 54 58 22 – – 8 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1 – 1 – – 4 – – – 9 – – 9 – 2 567 43 – 372 657 310 4 170 7 347 31 76 42 42 69 100 77 109 405 64 126 18 73 170 – 86 35 358 56 68 125 64 304 – – 28 62 17 4 3 – 45 – – – 8 9 28 8 17 49 15 5 5 10 40 – 5 5 38 – – 19 9 2 263 43 – 344 595 293 – 167 7 302 31 76 42 34 60 72 69 92 356 49 121 13 63 130 – 81 30 320 56 68 106 55 1 507 89 – 219 292 148 8 113 – 144 9 48 12 22 21 47 27 61 306 27 140 7 40 59 – 59 10 236 42 46 101 55 901 55 – 159 216 130 8 100 – 86 9 27 12 14 21 31 9 34 158 5 56 – 40 14 – 33 10 99 35 17 30 43

100

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 100 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 71.

Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

PLACE OF BIRTH, NATIVITY, AND CITIZENSHIP
All persons Native Born in State of residence Born in a different State Northeast Midwest South West Born abroad Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Born abroad of American parents Foreign born Naturalized citizen Not a citizen 17 5 1 2 447 459 805 502 377 326 913 886 152 13 152 987 988 346 642 3 780 1 062 439 460 46 53 173 188 163 – 44 119 2 718 834 1 884 11 3 1 1 276 641 136 697 291 228 629 549 808 13 84 711 7 635 3 851 3 784 2 391 756 230 345 40 45 111 149 181 – 24 157 1 635 661 974 3 851 1 644 620 712 118 168 308 118 312 – 42 270 2 207 1 074 1 133 13 6 6 – – – – – – – – – 7 3 4 16 5 1 2 595 325 800 461 379 345 974 763 064 13 143 908 270 916 354 3 170 874 377 340 41 35 157 107 157 – 44 113 2 296 635 1 661 13 4 1 2 425 451 423 121 338 310 817 656 907 13 99 795 8 974 4 281 4 693 4 703 1 778 625 753 116 149 247 241 400 – 51 349 2 925 1 504 1 421 1 780 731 273 289 64 82 109 34 169 – 27 142 1 049 479 570

1

1

11 5 6

11 4 6

RESIDENCE IN 1985
Persons 5 years and over Same house Different house in the United States Same county Different county Same State Different State Northeast Midwest South West Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Elsewhere 16 5 7 2 4 370 514 322 895 427 792 3 635 540 645 1 613 837 20 74 3 440 3 527 664 1 686 543 1 143 155 988 120 202 449 217 – 38 1 139 10 4 4 1 2 578 267 534 970 564 497 2 067 354 359 902 452 20 36 1 721 2 265 583 1 102 382 720 140 580 66 84 262 168 – – 580 3 531 1 538 1 446 652 794 234 560 71 87 216 186 – 11 536 13 9 4 – 4 4 – – – – – – – – 15 5 6 2 3 545 463 909 913 996 790 3 206 528 543 1 427 708 20 66 3 087 2 948 466 1 483 522 961 136 825 122 152 414 137 – 30 969 12 4 5 2 3 597 997 426 391 035 654 2 381 406 391 1 013 571 20 36 2 118 4 356 1 589 1 859 634 1 225 236 989 83 189 402 315 – 19 889 1 612 692 638 302 336 100 236 43 42 75 76 – 11 271

MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK AND TRAVEL TIME TO WORK
Workers 16 years and over Car, truck, or van Drove alone Carpooled Persons per car, truck, or van Public transportation Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car Subway or elevated Railroad Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home Mean travel time to work (minutes) 8 7 6 1 623 792 192 600 1.12 19 19 – – – – – 21 54 474 63 200 17.8 1 963 1 498 1 255 243 1.10 14 14 – – – – – 11 40 358 15 27 14.3 5 5 4 1 625 341 232 109 1.12 5 5 – – – – – 10 – 69 42 158 19.7 1 035 953 705 248 1.18 – – – – – – – – 14 47 6 15 14.2 1 664 1 492 1 275 217 1.09 – – – – – – – – 6 82 38 46 19.1 3 3 3 – 1.00 – – – – – – – – – – – – 45.0 8 7 5 1 017 265 836 429 1.12 19 19 – – – – – 21 40 445 48 179 18.7 1 509 1 077 879 198 1.11 14 14 – – – – – 11 40 348 6 13 14.2 6 6 4 1 508 188 957 231 1.12 5 5 – – – – – 10 – 97 42 166 19.8 2 270 2 019 1 631 388 1.13 – – – – – – – – 20 111 53 67 15.3 757 648 556 92 1.09 – – – – – – – – 6 48 38 17 17.3

INDUSTRY
Employed persons 16 years and over Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Metal industries Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation Communications and other public utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Food, bakery, and dairy stores Eating and drinking places Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Business and repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Educational services Public administration 8 027 – 12 262 2 154 1 178 23 657 107 976 69 165 166 251 222 57 113 165 2 051 228 1 075 67 185 216 12 338 68 1 880 478 182 942 447 1 615 – 6 29 238 171 – 95 42 67 4 10 24 16 8 – 15 83 443 15 273 15 20 55 – 100 19 555 93 37 352 37 5 428 – 6 226 1 610 834 23 448 38 776 65 122 103 190 198 57 98 82 1 386 189 703 47 159 141 12 156 40 1 042 343 101 398 366 984 – – 7 306 173 – 114 27 133 – 33 39 45 16 – – – 222 24 99 5 6 20 – 82 9 283 42 44 192 44 1 700 21 – 62 602 368 40 255 7 234 13 13 69 48 42 25 17 37 374 71 141 10 36 32 3 82 3 331 82 51 145 65 3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 – – – – – – – – 7 692 – 12 322 2 103 1 198 21 668 87 905 82 149 153 146 251 82 102 159 1 875 212 974 50 190 191 12 208 54 1 884 490 171 926 448 1 338 – 6 29 222 155 – 87 42 67 4 10 24 16 8 – 15 67 320 11 201 9 20 46 – 43 14 517 103 37 311 30 6 354 – 6 293 1 881 1 043 21 581 45 838 78 139 129 130 243 82 87 92 1 555 201 773 41 170 145 12 165 40 1 367 387 134 615 418 2 035 21 – 2 653 348 42 244 27 305 – 29 82 153 13 – 28 43 550 87 242 27 31 57 3 212 17 327 70 62 161 64 756 21 – 2 267 171 30 126 – 96 – 8 43 18 4 – – 27 213 45 93 10 15 22 3 58 3 109 28 18 41 6

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 101 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

SOUTH CAROLINA 101

Table 72.

Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

PLACE OF BIRTH, NATIVITY, AND CITIZENSHIP
All persons Native Born in State of residence Born in a different State Northeast Midwest South West Born abroad Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Born abroad of American parents Foreign born Naturalized citizen Not a citizen 20 15 3 8 2 3 2 2 1 4 2 2 297 464 856 962 394 970 308 290 646 701 165 780 833 159 674 4 706 3 481 790 2 082 516 254 745 567 609 278 46 285 1 225 457 768 12 9 2 5 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 248 553 518 152 311 589 991 261 883 317 119 447 695 366 329 3 343 2 430 548 1 728 567 127 572 462 154 106 – 48 913 336 577 037 124 688 466 509 284 1 279 394 970 562 102 306 1 913 714 1 199 8 6 2 2 284 251 176 47 – – 47 – 28 20 – 8 33 10 23 20 15 4 8 2 3 1 2 1 4 2 2 327 558 469 230 051 959 357 863 859 851 206 802 769 086 683 4 058 2 971 735 1 634 456 207 581 390 602 301 46 255 1 087 367 720 16 12 3 6 1 2 1 2 1 3 1 1 269 587 734 596 595 752 776 473 257 550 160 547 682 719 963 007 030 075 198 852 295 1 230 821 757 412 61 284 1 977 787 1 190 8 6 2 3 3 2 1 1 943 986 500 037 212 127 543 155 449 226 61 162 957 363 594

RESIDENCE IN 1985
Persons 5 years and over Same house Different house in the United States Same county Different county Same State Different State Northeast Midwest South West Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Elsewhere 18 4 10 2 8 1 6 1 315 941 976 961 015 067 948 475 594 3 272 1 607 393 68 1 937 4 304 799 2 719 649 2 070 339 1 731 398 148 678 507 57 43 686 10 3 6 1 4 971 307 428 886 542 646 3 896 785 355 2 060 696 264 25 947 3 040 835 1 829 426 1 403 82 1 321 292 91 534 404 72 – 304 173 804 681 272 409 565 1 844 275 116 1 160 293 56 – 632 7 2 3 1 2 261 107 136 88 48 37 11 – – 11 – – – 18 18 5 10 3 7 1 6 1 282 519 658 102 556 291 265 229 564 3 266 1 206 325 36 1 744 3 719 706 2 365 593 1 772 334 1 438 331 146 615 346 61 27 560 14 4 8 2 5 563 813 293 509 784 957 4 827 898 418 2 651 860 264 9 1 184 206 226 999 131 868 341 2 527 521 146 1 166 694 124 32 825 7 2 3 1 2 3 521 1 506 1 630 582 1 048 262 786 149 33 474 130 43 – 342

MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK AND TRAVEL TIME TO WORK
Workers 16 years and over Car, truck, or van Drove alone Carpooled Persons per car, truck, or van Public transportation Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car Subway or elevated Railroad Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home Mean travel time to work (minutes) 10 8 6 1 303 535 620 915 1.15 122 91 – 7 – – 24 50 56 1 050 94 396 18.0 2 531 1 791 1 487 304 1.12 63 48 – 7 – – 8 37 5 571 27 37 15.0 5 5 4 1 944 376 199 177 1.14 38 22 – – – – 16 13 44 77 56 340 20.7 1 828 1 368 934 434 1.23 21 21 – – – – – – 7 402 11 19 13.8 3 3 2 1 638 295 119 176 1.29 74 67 – – – – 7 7 17 146 40 59 21.2 70 65 36 29 1.30 – – – – – – – – – 5 – – 27.6 9 8 6 1 997 543 586 957 1.15 112 74 – 7 – – 31 40 49 736 118 399 19.8 2 147 1 400 1 175 225 1.11 63 48 – 7 – – 8 27 – 585 35 37 15.4 7 7 5 1 850 143 411 732 1.16 49 26 – – – – 23 13 49 151 83 362 21.0 3 3 2 1 944 287 153 134 1.27 84 84 – – – – – 17 24 460 16 56 16.6 1 698 1 528 924 604 1.35 63 63 – – – – – 7 11 47 5 37 20.0

INDUSTRY
Employed persons 16 years and over Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Metal industries Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation Communications and other public utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Food, bakery, and dairy stores Eating and drinking places Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Business and repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Educational services Public administration 7 940 141 – 606 1 551 683 38 329 99 868 93 91 140 91 270 196 146 229 1 740 208 755 155 242 293 16 273 124 1 652 378 256 569 576 1 692 20 – 113 289 118 8 53 15 171 30 17 26 26 47 21 31 42 367 45 186 53 51 61 5 44 24 440 89 45 174 131 4 985 53 – 396 963 442 20 171 76 521 33 64 80 58 194 158 89 149 1 098 139 441 95 132 213 – 181 85 1 002 268 164 323 371 1 263 68 – 97 299 123 10 105 8 176 30 10 34 7 29 17 26 38 275 24 128 7 59 19 11 48 15 210 21 47 72 74 3 495 517 13 367 910 474 48 224 23 436 31 72 105 11 57 76 83 104 496 140 188 19 68 135 7 52 28 523 85 120 264 97 70 14 – 5 32 19 – 8 – 13 – – 2 – – – 9 – – – – – – – – 10 – – – – – – 8 446 303 13 716 1 718 829 24 365 99 889 51 119 150 102 287 217 173 244 1 702 257 710 145 241 353 12 198 143 1 741 413 260 683 527 1 535 20 – 105 275 116 – 59 15 159 18 17 26 26 47 21 31 42 320 37 167 43 51 54 5 37 24 408 92 34 163 99 6 911 283 13 611 1 443 713 24 306 84 730 33 102 124 76 240 196 142 202 1 382 220 543 102 190 299 7 161 119 1 333 321 226 520 428 2 989 355 – 257 743 328 62 188 23 415 73 44 95 – 40 55 56 89 534 91 233 29 69 75 11 127 9 434 50 116 150 146 1 653 299 – 184 472 226 44 112 15 246 31 34 73 – 11 27 33 62 200 52 72 12 16 48 – 32 – 240 29 63 121 28

102

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 102 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 73.

Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Industry of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

PLACE OF BIRTH, NATIVITY, AND CITIZENSHIP
All persons Native Born in State of residence Born in a different State Northeast Midwest South West Born abroad Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Born abroad of American parents Foreign born Naturalized citizen Not a citizen 1 301 762 1 282 306 691 096 577 882 115 943 109 195 318 146 34 598 13 328 272 439 12 617 19 456 11 042 8 414 259 254 133 117 23 21 64 7 2 2 5 2 2 526 296 967 334 689 880 060 705 995 54 68 873 230 731 499 743 732 377 346 67 66 190 21 8 7 11 6 4 702 649 778 401 707 329 944 421 470 192 312 966 053 327 726 298 295 179 114 24 20 63 5 1 1 3 1 1 534 361 351 147 547 986 142 472 863 26 59 778 173 984 189 1 090 149 1 083 268 780 226 297 507 46 724 44 427 192 791 13 565 5 535 103 201 5 231 6 881 3 988 2 893 29 29 24 4 684 518 869 557 535 436 3 422 164 92 7 – 85 166 99 67 1 546 991 1 527 988 910 634 604 213 107 994 108 184 353 589 34 446 13 141 256 450 12 435 19 003 10 271 8 732 215 210 117 91 17 16 51 5 2 1 4 2 2 103 705 449 212 820 172 754 466 044 54 47 943 398 189 209 1 331 888 1 317 283 793 185 513 001 90 174 92 012 301 835 28 980 11 097 202 403 10 492 14 605 8 082 6 523 844 837 560 271 54 45 157 13 5 5 7 4 2 920 586 688 176 673 438 348 717 722 119 190 413 334 759 575 545 542 405 134 21 19 87 5 2 2 3 2 1 591 336 381 351 925 164 412 850 604 67 96 441 255 042 213

RESIDENCE IN 1985
Persons 5 years and over Same house Different house in the United States Same county Different county Same State Different State Northeast Midwest South West Puerto Rico U.S. outlying area Elsewhere 1 217 593 610 268 342 113 229 38 37 129 22 427 092 504 044 460 318 142 957 870 928 387 168 428 13 235 245 106 134 57 77 26 50 8 8 27 5 685 371 294 270 024 398 626 510 491 903 722 7 146 4 867 691 337 346 150 195 63 131 21 21 75 12 269 945 398 613 785 882 903 634 711 632 926 152 237 6 537 280 148 129 60 69 23 46 8 7 26 3 473 776 812 161 651 038 613 813 668 393 739 9 45 1 831 1 018 621 393 222 170 78 91 13 13 57 6 542 844 173 957 216 817 399 431 195 839 934 158 165 3 202 28 23 5 3 1 1 334 038 223 443 780 122 658 95 54 457 52 – – 73 1 443 753 680 326 353 133 219 33 35 131 19 861 417 334 703 631 909 722 505 039 468 710 199 351 9 560 204 90 111 49 62 24 38 6 6 22 3 213 084 886 211 675 226 449 532 484 149 284 7 44 2 192 1 239 663 568 277 290 109 181 26 28 109 16 648 333 448 492 956 683 273 973 555 319 426 192 307 7 368 792 461 323 164 159 58 100 18 16 56 9 108 519 343 298 045 226 819 883 026 299 611 127 242 6 877 510 325 183 104 79 38 41 7 6 24 2 926 467 602 351 251 143 108 207 197 740 964 118 95 1 644

MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK AND TRAVEL TIME TO WORK
Workers 16 years and over Car, truck, or van Drove alone Carpooled Persons per car, truck, or van Public transportation Bus or trolley bus Streetcar or trolley car Subway or elevated Railroad Ferryboat Taxicab Motorcycle Bicycle Walked Other means Worked at home Mean travel time to work (minutes) 669 621 541 79 379 138 553 585 1.07 2 064 1 361 8 25 25 122 523 1 913 2 550 21 483 4 786 15 445 18.3 136 119 106 13 014 997 771 226 1.06 798 614 – – – – 184 501 1 242 10 020 939 2 517 15.2 390 368 320 48 390 705 666 039 1.08 807 589 8 25 13 10 162 1 169 777 5 637 2 766 10 529 19.9 142 132 114 18 975 436 116 320 1.08 459 158 – – 12 112 177 243 531 5 826 1 081 2 399 16.8 533 508 426 81 387 040 390 650 1.10 931 774 10 42 – 40 65 776 465 8 365 3 722 11 088 22.3 15 12 10 1 220 880 973 907 1.09 22 22 – – – – – 9 28 511 106 1 664 22.0 793 743 642 101 257 882 766 116 1.08 2 001 1 594 15 61 1 12 318 1 815 2 022 19 516 5 386 18 635 20.4 111 97 86 10 175 040 758 282 1.06 720 599 – – – – 121 250 899 9 209 825 2 232 15.7 682 646 556 90 082 842 008 834 1.08 1 281 995 15 61 1 12 197 1 565 1 123 10 307 4 561 16 403 21.2 409 385 325 60 509 296 177 119 1.09 994 541 3 6 24 150 270 874 993 10 332 3 122 7 898 19.5 262 249 207 42 227 361 253 108 1.10 501 412 3 6 – 38 42 366 241 4 181 1 977 5 600 21.8

INDUSTRY
Employed persons 16 years and over Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries Mining Construction Manufacturing Nondurable goods Food and kindred products Textile mill and finished textile products Printing, publishing, and allied industries Durable goods Furniture, lumber, and wood products Metal industries Machinery and computer equipment Electrical equipment and components, except computer Transportation equipment Transportation Communications and other public utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Food, bakery, and dairy stores Eating and drinking places Banking and credit agencies Insurance, real estate, and other finance Business and repair services Private households Other personal services Entertainment and recreation services Professional and related services Hospitals Health services, except hospitals Educational services Public administration 638 314 6 556 603 47 756 119 869 68 561 3 154 32 347 7 625 51 308 3 518 7 600 11 567 6 11 19 17 27 115 17 29 11 34 27 1 17 9 149 27 20 58 32 566 921 566 895 391 908 150 808 707 046 150 470 368 160 833 260 177 875 036 124 900 1 307 78 7 087 15 702 8 906 539 3 231 1 835 6 796 480 1 048 1 535 1 3 3 5 23 2 7 2 8 5 3 2 37 5 4 15 6 972 355 088 019 344 814 671 417 467 060 235 340 476 032 780 963 539 631 071 374 634 3 398 380 31 305 70 493 38 218 1 730 15 615 4 116 32 275 1 827 4 730 6 535 4 9 13 10 17 65 10 16 7 19 17 9 4 81 16 11 29 20 065 200 060 863 493 920 389 172 245 652 707 740 256 755 728 807 221 773 639 138 780 1 851 145 9 364 33 674 21 437 885 13 501 1 674 12 237 1 211 1 822 3 497 1 1 3 4 4 26 4 6 1 6 4 4 2 30 4 4 13 5 529 366 418 013 554 174 090 219 995 334 208 390 636 373 325 490 417 471 326 538 16 1 49 162 98 4 60 5 63 7 10 17 9 7 17 18 20 83 17 16 8 17 19 1 10 5 88 15 13 36 19 472 121 083 972 385 624 092 301 468 761 477 472 103 174 494 466 775 648 036 175 416 069 108 854 173 364 138 004 423 804 802 276 15 316 3 832 1 1 106 3 429 2 129 116 1 394 57 1 300 268 158 308 185 94 398 448 484 1 573 379 224 182 443 258 17 250 144 2 180 417 305 1 051 571 779 241 10 854 980 65 171 174 161 101 997 3 751 49 975 9 373 72 164 4 689 10 834 18 241 9 15 25 24 36 127 20 30 13 36 33 1 15 8 167 31 22 66 35 573 374 892 450 010 553 925 952 578 734 996 738 903 563 859 301 503 137 799 107 893 1 121 78 5 961 14 029 8 221 392 3 038 1 678 5 808 367 803 1 406 1 2 2 4 19 2 5 2 6 4 2 1 34 5 4 14 5 778 249 690 697 809 265 220 865 082 995 571 310 239 534 363 382 084 393 149 671 348 9 733 902 59 210 160 132 93 776 3 359 46 937 7 695 66 356 4 322 10 031 16 835 8 14 23 21 31 108 18 25 11 29 29 1 13 7 133 25 18 51 30 795 125 202 753 201 288 705 087 496 739 425 428 664 029 496 919 419 744 650 397 545 11 823 706 32 557 108 093 65 188 3 495 42 673 3 720 42 905 6 306 7 238 10 429 6 4 11 12 12 71 13 15 6 14 13 11 5 69 11 11 29 15 167 041 140 220 029 391 400 272 198 420 008 905 829 735 978 382 478 540 513 264 142 9 975 601 22 900 82 856 50 213 2 510 33 824 2 248 32 643 4 899 5 512 8 238 4 2 8 8 8 42 9 7 4 7 8 5 2 42 7 7 18 9 757 979 010 765 299 293 199 611 120 452 359 551 368 660 300 061 114 160 633

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 103 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

SOUTH CAROLINA 103

Table 74.

Labor Force Characteristics of White Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 years and over In labor force Percent of persons 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Females 16 years and over In labor force Percent of females 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Males 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Males 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 1 056 687 711 226 67.3 43 202 668 024 643 163 510 567 24 861 3.7 345 461 15 123 547 569 316 427 57.8 4 516 311 911 298 748 214 181 13 163 4.2 231 142 8 616 38 979 16 621 2 415 16 068 60 772 36 836 2 132 9 798 286 872 241 043 5 887 17 219 56 294 37 151 901 18 166 26 586 7 675 18 911 15 669 39 615 5 458 34 157 30 567 37 406 16 942 2 119 17 457 54 778 37 458 2 334 13 477 283 031 206 352 7 289 67 277 65 045 29 164 895 34 980 35 103 5 730 29 373 26 308 72 206 3 628 68 578 65 400 222 220 144 215 64.9 13 740 130 475 125 881 94 804 4 594 3.5 78 005 5 332 115 829 64 633 55.8 1 935 62 698 60 263 40 540 2 435 3.9 51 196 2 638 8 784 3 252 406 3 868 16 601 8 791 510 4 012 56 376 44 029 1 013 4 081 9 473 6 428 118 2 921 5 675 1 739 3 936 3 250 9 482 1 491 7 991 7 170 9 516 3 922 412 4 677 15 234 10 033 370 4 157 51 858 38 246 1 301 11 555 11 951 5 623 180 6 148 7 786 1 494 6 292 5 556 19 484 1 117 18 367 17 400 590 485 413 966 70.1 22 162 391 804 377 719 304 954 14 085 3.6 176 519 6 241 302 134 182 442 60.4 1 712 180 730 173 145 126 352 7 585 4.2 119 692 3 462 20 642 9 724 1 314 8 635 31 740 20 813 1 057 3 378 172 343 146 746 3 452 9 213 32 155 21 469 496 10 139 13 321 3 706 9 615 7 969 18 150 2 303 15 847 14 296 20 034 9 729 1 236 8 954 28 506 20 143 1 493 6 357 171 250 123 879 4 178 42 109 35 444 15 561 460 19 423 17 278 2 731 14 547 13 082 29 622 1 320 28 302 27 103 243 982 153 045 62.7 7 300 145 745 139 563 110 809 6 182 4.2 90 937 3 550 129 606 69 352 53.5 869 68 483 65 340 47 289 3 143 4.6 60 254 2 516 9 553 3 645 695 3 565 12 431 7 232 565 2 408 58 153 50 268 1 422 3 925 14 666 9 254 287 5 106 7 590 2 230 5 360 4 450 11 983 1 664 10 319 9 101 7 856 3 291 471 3 826 11 038 7 282 471 2 963 59 923 44 227 1 810 13 613 17 650 7 980 255 9 409 10 039 1 505 8 534 7 670 23 100 1 191 21 909 20 897 854 244 566 849 66.4 4 248 562 601 540 318 442 550 22 283 4.0 287 395 8 627 435 684 249 750 57.3 504 249 246 237 146 176 437 12 100 4.9 185 934 3 933 34 381 15 756 2 158 16 323 36 315 28 798 1 597 5 121 243 875 218 709 5 437 16 930 50 356 31 300 740 18 314 22 422 5 324 17 098 14 131 31 211 3 536 27 675 24 755 32 005 12 736 2 005 17 192 34 997 23 310 1 904 9 639 240 095 173 142 7 252 59 413 53 627 22 367 755 30 505 25 397 3 490 21 907 19 823 49 563 2 285 47 278 44 920 25 048 15 802 63.1 38 15 764 15 325 12 219 439 2.8 9 246 – 12 689 6 563 51.7 – 6 563 6 318 4 674 245 3.7 6 126 – 818 381 37 378 873 648 72 153 5 673 5 223 78 356 2 078 1 560 – 518 1 252 645 607 341 1 665 557 1 108 569 758 247 36 475 850 610 29 211 5 773 4 105 128 1 540 2 253 1 070 38 1 145 1 015 159 856 699 2 040 141 1 899 1 582 1 234 643 841 989 68.2 28 036 813 953 784 306 629 177 29 647 3.6 392 654 15 865 634 571 373 369 58.8 2 976 370 393 354 591 256 196 15 802 4.3 261 202 7 792 48 063 21 783 2 927 21 250 67 145 45 219 2 478 11 160 349 315 306 017 7 129 21 578 65 399 43 818 980 20 529 28 674 7 986 20 688 17 146 41 476 5 229 36 247 32 677 46 535 20 311 2 705 22 910 62 477 42 389 2 869 16 248 345 278 251 219 8 864 83 799 71 778 31 838 910 39 030 36 434 5 694 30 740 27 590 72 069 3 594 68 475 65 408 185 823 118 054 63.5 5 502 112 552 108 777 81 401 3 775 3.4 67 769 5 108 99 253 55 123 55.5 1 263 53 860 51 887 34 615 1 973 3.7 44 130 2 465 7 873 2 857 359 3 557 13 774 7 836 450 3 819 44 051 38 112 839 3 636 7 892 5 417 65 2 404 4 735 1 487 3 248 2 680 8 245 1 270 6 975 6 232 8 678 3 436 372 4 377 13 495 8 959 309 3 757 43 170 32 653 1 004 9 213 9 964 4 741 160 5 063 6 744 1 258 5 486 4 846 17 202 968 16 234 15 380 1 048 820 723 935 69.0 22 534 701 401 675 529 547 776 25 872 3.7 324 885 10 757 535 318 318 246 59.4 1 713 316 533 302 704 221 581 13 829 4.4 217 072 5 327 40 190 18 926 2 568 17 693 53 371 37 383 2 028 7 341 305 264 267 905 6 290 17 942 57 507 38 401 915 18 125 23 939 6 499 17 440 14 466 33 231 3 959 29 272 26 445 37 857 16 875 2 333 18 533 48 982 33 430 2 560 12 491 302 108 218 566 7 860 74 586 61 814 27 097 750 33 967 29 690 4 436 25 254 22 744 54 867 2 626 52 241 50 028 676 288 436 086 64.5 19 414 416 672 399 175 323 940 17 497 4.2 240 202 7 885 348 682 192 808 55.3 2 044 190 764 181 303 134 422 9 461 5.0 155 874 4 757 25 297 10 594 1 646 11 141 29 942 20 415 1 251 3 759 181 432 153 735 4 195 12 571 41 251 24 633 661 15 951 20 334 5 013 15 321 12 654 29 350 3 765 25 585 22 645 22 876 9 367 1 419 11 739 27 298 18 379 1 369 6 868 177 848 128 275 5 677 42 891 46 894 19 693 740 26 455 24 066 3 526 20 540 18 541 49 700 2 319 47 381 44 912 430 391 278 995 64.8 2 466 276 529 264 965 217 470 11 564 4.2 151 396 4 612 221 201 124 142 56.1 236 123 906 117 543 88 226 6 363 5.1 97 059 2 355 16 114 7 159 1 075 7 824 17 453 13 943 783 2 216 119 047 105 665 2 822 8 897 26 676 15 818 361 10 497 12 494 2 935 9 559 7 943 17 406 2 062 15 344 13 649 15 153 5 994 990 8 143 16 581 11 381 962 4 147 117 733 85 040 3 859 28 715 29 282 12 057 442 16 783 14 104 1 967 12 137 10 995 28 348 1 214 27 134 25 598

PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
Females 16 years and over own children under 6 years labor force own children 6 to 17 years only labor force Own children under 6 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children under 6 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours With In With In 547 75 47 83 64 living with two 84 734 48 723 28 760 living with one 15 676 11 620 8 262 living with two 143 056 97 044 62 390 living with one 34 679 29 421 23 788 5 265 4 544 3 596 21 036 17 896 14 576 8 378 6 981 5 616 26 888 22 685 17 947 348 285 273 39 959 34 174 27 788 4 355 3 792 3 031 35 604 30 382 24 757 21 608 17 932 13 947 13 678 11 295 8 614 21 139 13 588 8 136 90 665 60 959 38 932 31 252 22 497 15 322 151 260 106 612 72 293 3 313 2 274 1 613 189 401 129 551 84 117 16 524 10 877 6 584 172 877 118 674 77 533 104 915 74 105 50 566 73 947 52 636 36 176 2 448 1 868 1 336 9 430 7 003 5 123 3 798 2 749 1 803 11 855 8 758 6 039 174 132 106 18 157 13 603 9 589 1 993 1 484 1 063 16 164 12 119 8 526 9 374 6 775 4 712 5 929 4 238 2 870 13 999 8 140 4 463 53 344 29 882 17 874 17 391 10 701 6 423 72 986 45 105 28 126 1 451 875 490 104 982 61 125 36 718 10 912 6 625 3 647 94 070 54 500 33 071 52 738 32 703 20 168 34 827 22 206 13 972 569 846 712 285 252 115 12 8 12 9 829 642 009 328 244 302 47 29 51 39 134 649 397 729 642 129 15 10 19 15 606 555 306 228 366 435 64 42 85 66 684 102 273 618 326 12 689 1 182 765 1 821 1 369 634 92 59 107 82 571 996 015 852 800 99 9 6 9 7 253 915 485 750 383 535 83 52 98 75 318 081 530 102 417 348 46 30 61 47 682 952 970 051 778 221 30 20 42 33 201 861 787 490 218

104

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 104 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 75.

Labor Force Characteristics of Black Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 years and over In labor force Percent of persons 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Females 16 years and over In labor force Percent of females 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Males 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Males 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 395 427 257 737 65.2 12 650 245 087 218 699 165 012 26 388 10.8 137 690 10 117 221 124 135 793 61.4 2 695 133 098 117 511 83 037 15 587 11.7 85 331 2 806 21 183 5 796 2 295 11 756 22 812 12 476 2 191 5 068 100 423 72 990 5 773 16 118 13 679 7 621 399 5 659 5 992 1 395 4 597 3 856 10 214 1 053 9 161 8 556 22 095 6 634 2 787 12 079 26 796 14 622 3 421 7 793 121 661 85 066 8 717 26 745 19 254 8 222 458 10 567 9 718 1 767 7 951 7 292 21 600 1 404 20 196 19 502 125 217 78 567 62.7 5 206 73 361 64 861 47 387 8 500 11.6 46 650 4 457 70 510 42 139 59.8 1 578 40 561 35 511 23 995 5 050 12.5 28 371 1 177 6 777 1 761 758 3 748 7 109 3 751 776 1 626 30 768 20 611 1 805 6 190 4 289 2 398 90 1 801 2 154 481 1 673 1 467 3 610 369 3 241 2 984 7 306 2 119 832 3 918 8 835 4 466 1 229 2 579 36 259 24 805 2 815 8 066 6 616 2 929 122 3 558 3 326 687 2 639 2 463 8 168 557 7 611 7 315 148 541 105 080 70.7 5 185 99 895 91 655 71 861 8 240 8.2 43 461 4 347 80 346 54 138 67.4 750 53 388 48 562 35 848 4 826 9.0 26 208 1 085 7 236 2 284 662 3 916 8 829 4 935 646 1 776 42 562 32 306 1 971 5 696 4 926 2 925 117 1 884 1 791 470 1 321 942 2 851 191 2 660 2 483 7 347 2 626 940 3 757 9 776 5 991 1 058 2 435 49 318 36 605 2 680 9 599 6 042 2 654 126 3 262 2 649 407 2 242 2 049 5 214 301 4 913 4 729 121 669 74 090 60.9 2 259 71 831 62 183 45 764 9 648 13.4 47 579 1 313 70 268 39 516 56.2 367 39 149 33 438 23 194 5 711 14.6 30 752 544 7 170 1 751 875 4 092 6 874 3 790 769 1 666 27 093 20 073 1 997 4 232 4 464 2 298 192 1 974 2 047 444 1 603 1 447 3 753 493 3 260 3 089 7 442 1 889 1 015 4 404 8 185 4 165 1 134 2 779 36 084 23 656 3 222 9 080 6 596 2 639 210 3 747 3 743 673 3 070 2 780 8 218 546 7 672 7 458 333 791 205 795 61.7 1 653 204 142 184 126 142 477 20 016 9.8 127 996 7 213 181 171 105 113 58.0 306 104 807 93 021 66 777 11 786 11.2 76 058 896 18 485 5 103 1 795 11 438 16 523 10 492 1 558 4 178 86 662 66 363 4 426 14 970 13 466 7 188 315 5 963 6 168 1 038 5 130 4 494 11 316 1 057 10 259 9 685 18 723 5 098 2 132 11 458 18 232 10 637 2 300 5 192 98 920 68 771 6 781 23 200 17 448 6 515 383 10 550 9 400 1 354 8 046 7 343 18 448 836 17 612 16 940 12 798 8 289 64.8 73 8 216 7 372 5 715 844 10.3 4 509 – 7 154 4 364 61.0 10 4 354 3 856 2 822 498 11.4 2 790 – 689 194 41 436 469 290 42 137 3 191 2 494 249 403 575 364 14 197 232 75 157 147 488 99 389 381 747 196 96 455 842 504 114 224 3 808 2 827 252 719 628 251 11 366 367 31 336 292 762 72 690 607 372 615 244 939 65.7 8 776 236 163 214 055 164 338 22 108 9.4 127 676 12 094 204 043 128 061 62.8 2 074 125 987 113 195 81 155 12 792 10.2 75 982 2 513 19 384 5 708 1 911 10 873 20 833 12 065 1 862 4 747 99 528 73 562 5 176 17 139 13 432 7 619 298 5 515 5 665 1 123 4 542 3 716 9 730 852 8 878 8 267 20 397 6 706 2 324 10 883 23 625 14 099 2 591 6 145 114 632 82 481 7 316 24 042 17 925 7 477 421 10 020 8 681 1 503 7 178 6 602 18 783 1 069 17 714 17 080 111 808 69 993 62.6 3 420 66 573 58 980 43 270 7 593 11.4 41 815 4 334 63 374 38 163 60.2 1 314 36 849 32 412 22 032 4 437 12.0 25 211 1 090 6 080 1 570 691 3 350 6 083 3 276 695 1 468 27 339 18 881 1 690 5 775 3 784 2 111 59 1 614 1 942 403 1 539 1 346 3 206 348 2 858 2 629 6 698 1 944 748 3 546 7 761 4 084 1 007 2 185 32 575 22 699 2 534 6 980 5 987 2 599 101 3 280 3 018 629 2 389 2 218 7 335 504 6 831 6 551 260 807 174 946 67.1 5 356 169 590 155 075 121 068 14 515 8.6 85 861 7 760 140 669 89 898 63.9 760 89 138 80 783 59 123 8 355 9.4 50 771 1 423 13 304 4 138 1 220 7 523 14 750 8 789 1 167 3 279 72 189 54 681 3 486 11 364 9 648 5 508 239 3 901 3 723 720 3 003 2 370 6 524 504 6 020 5 638 13 699 4 762 1 576 7 337 15 864 10 015 1 584 3 960 82 057 59 782 4 782 17 062 11 938 4 878 320 6 740 5 663 874 4 789 4 384 11 448 565 10 883 10 529 356 603 218 593 61.3 5 527 213 066 188 770 143 151 24 296 11.4 138 010 5 236 198 252 112 845 56.9 927 111 918 97 337 68 659 14 581 13.0 85 407 1 189 20 284 5 191 2 179 12 321 18 502 10 903 1 887 4 499 87 557 65 791 5 023 13 949 13 713 7 190 416 6 107 6 495 1 310 5 185 4 634 11 800 1 258 10 542 9 974 20 421 5 026 2 595 12 654 21 403 11 160 3 130 6 840 105 949 71 356 8 182 25 903 18 777 7 260 420 11 097 10 437 1 618 8 819 8 033 21 265 1 171 20 094 19 362 231 216 141 786 61.3 906 140 880 126 375 97 510 14 505 10.3 89 430 3 799 126 722 72 577 57.3 131 72 446 63 840 45 639 8 606 11.9 54 145 606 12 804 3 422 1 280 8 022 11 018 7 043 1 121 2 670 58 950 45 678 3 142 9 619 9 255 4 874 238 4 143 4 406 802 3 604 3 185 8 061 834 7 227 6 835 12 906 3 237 1 547 8 117 12 728 7 129 1 794 3 752 68 953 47 446 4 874 16 560 12 296 4 548 253 7 495 6 696 976 5 720 5 214 13 143 642 12 501 11 983

PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
Females 16 years and over own children under 6 years labor force own children 6 to 17 years only labor force Own children under 6 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children under 6 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours With In With In 221 42 29 43 35 living with two 23 538 17 140 10 128 living with one 38 378 24 629 13 125 living with two 48 789 36 746 23 043 living with one 63 782 47 400 29 776 20 100 15 401 9 376 21 693 16 742 11 129 21 989 15 257 9 271 45 863 33 579 21 930 2 067 1 536 880 53 543 41 304 27 117 17 966 13 964 8 517 35 577 27 340 18 600 56 102 39 675 24 589 33 937 24 382 15 485 11 746 9 016 5 554 22 571 17 173 11 540 14 472 10 557 5 949 57 658 42 496 27 568 2 361 1 858 1 467 51 654 38 566 25 516 10 356 7 895 4 949 41 298 30 671 20 567 54 793 40 676 25 095 39 633 29 357 18 681 12 526 8 050 4 019 12 142 8 247 4 628 13 710 8 332 4 478 24 472 15 410 8 914 959 607 336 31 248 20 870 11 473 11 400 7 478 3 774 19 848 13 392 7 699 31 602 19 169 10 566 17 883 11 046 6 309 5 827 4 154 2 324 12 068 8 912 5 733 5 643 4 074 2 071 20 873 15 431 9 236 691 482 297 23 495 17 301 10 790 5 077 3 670 2 128 18 418 13 631 8 662 20 916 15 270 8 574 14 558 10 713 6 253 124 223 927 811 348 70 11 8 12 10 510 923 318 758 445 80 17 12 17 14 346 005 622 490 430 70 13 8 13 10 268 295 987 563 473 181 31 22 39 30 171 618 652 207 743 7 154 1 140 805 1 776 1 479 204 37 27 41 33 043 414 308 291 628 63 10 7 11 9 374 640 509 475 476 140 26 19 29 24 669 774 799 816 152 198 36 25 41 32 252 427 271 727 463 126 22 15 27 21 722 510 949 867 810

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 105 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

SOUTH CAROLINA 105

Table 76.

Labor Force Characteristics of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 years and over In labor force Percent of persons 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Females 16 years and over In labor force Percent of females 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Males 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Males 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 3 903 2 902 74.4 423 2 479 2 257 1 812 222 9.0 1 001 87 1 756 1 125 64.1 112 1 013 888 643 125 12.3 631 24 222 30 59 80 335 193 – 42 1 361 986 32 185 157 124 – 33 43 29 14 14 29 13 16 16 62 5 – 40 258 133 11 52 1 142 659 114 336 192 91 – 101 31 – 31 31 71 – 71 71 731 538 73.6 110 428 375 340 53 12.4 193 55 330 216 65.5 50 166 144 144 22 13.3 114 24 46 8 9 18 74 35 – 8 232 153 22 39 25 18 – 7 17 10 7 7 7 7 – – 18 – – 14 46 9 – 14 222 135 22 42 7 – – 7 – – – – 37 – 37 37 2 200 1 693 77.0 208 1 485 1 375 1 077 110 7.4 507 32 955 643 67.3 38 605 538 348 67 11.1 312 – 116 16 32 43 136 88 – 7 844 631 5 104 119 93 – 26 16 9 7 7 14 6 8 8 28 5 – 17 137 79 5 31 637 389 62 176 122 65 – 57 13 – 13 13 18 – 18 18 972 671 69.0 105 566 507 395 59 10.4 301 – 471 266 56.5 24 242 206 151 36 14.9 205 – 60 6 18 19 125 70 – 27 285 202 5 42 13 13 – – 10 10 – – 8 – 8 8 16 – – 9 75 45 6 7 283 135 30 118 63 26 – 37 18 – 18 18 16 – 16 16 3 047 2 009 65.9 35 1 974 1 817 1 464 157 8.0 1 038 70 1 402 764 54.5 – 764 718 482 46 6.0 638 – 168 36 24 108 175 126 14 27 1 022 799 73 123 175 117 – 58 55 15 40 40 50 6 44 44 166 75 10 81 101 55 – 46 896 549 27 320 132 37 9 86 47 2 45 45 60 – 60 60 48 24 50.0 – 24 22 16 2 8.3 24 – 26 9 34.6 – 9 7 1 2 22.2 17 – 7 – – 7 2 2 – – 10 10 – – 3 3 – – – – – – – – – – 1 1 – – 6 – – 6 17 6 2 9 2 – – 2 – – – – – – – – 4 334 3 112 71.8 280 2 832 2 567 2 056 265 9.4 1 222 127 1 974 1 200 60.8 69 1 131 1 015 727 116 10.3 774 24 234 34 59 114 288 190 6 28 1 546 1 148 78 200 205 148 – 57 53 19 34 34 34 19 15 15 166 65 10 81 208 110 5 55 1 328 762 94 451 173 76 7 90 16 2 14 14 83 – 83 83 611 438 71.7 81 357 304 277 53 14.8 173 55 272 171 62.9 38 133 111 111 22 16.5 101 24 38 – 9 18 66 35 – 8 186 123 22 32 25 18 – 7 17 10 7 7 7 7 – – 18 – – 14 38 9 – 6 172 102 22 37 7 – – 7 – – – – 37 – 37 37 3 723 2 674 71.8 199 2 475 2 263 1 779 212 8.6 1 049 72 1 702 1 029 60.5 31 998 904 616 94 9.4 673 – 196 34 50 96 222 155 6 20 1 360 1 025 56 168 180 130 – 50 36 9 27 27 27 12 15 15 148 65 10 67 170 101 5 49 1 156 660 72 414 166 76 7 83 16 2 14 14 46 – 46 46 2 616 1 799 68.8 178 1 621 1 507 1 220 114 7.0 817 30 1 184 689 58.2 43 646 591 398 55 8.5 495 – 156 32 24 74 222 129 8 41 837 637 27 108 127 93 – 34 45 25 20 20 45 – 45 45 62 15 – 40 151 78 6 43 710 446 47 205 151 52 2 97 62 – 62 62 48 – 48 48 1 566 989 63.2 28 961 901 742 60 6.2 577 30 673 347 51.6 – 347 328 227 19 5.5 326 – 79 18 6 55 111 68 8 27 534 409 27 78 97 63 – 34 35 15 20 20 37 – 37 37 55 15 – 40 63 35 – 28 413 272 17 124 72 6 2 64 38 – 38 38 32 – 32 32

PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
Females 16 years and over own children under 6 years labor force own children 6 to 17 years only labor force Own children under 6 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children under 6 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours With In With In 1 756 307 187 341 254 living with two 281 178 90 living with one 120 101 49 living with two 424 283 127 living with one 154 128 56 – – – 95 74 56 59 54 – 195 130 67 – – – 96 75 57 – – – 96 75 57 253 183 66 194 129 66 89 40 16 162 100 28 173 143 83 635 309 168 17 13 13 640 351 191 85 40 16 555 311 175 419 241 104 269 132 64 8 8 8 46 46 15 66 47 26 68 48 39 1 1 – 99 87 40 8 8 8 91 79 32 89 62 48 53 36 31 27 21 10 136 81 20 118 76 60 175 52 41 – – – 208 113 43 21 21 10 187 92 33 248 117 88 108 34 28 330 48 26 39 21 955 152 101 210 165 471 107 60 92 68 1 402 219 75 490 325 26 7 7 6 – 1 974 294 145 500 326 272 35 26 30 12 1 702 259 119 470 314 1 184 232 117 331 253 673 117 51 247 177

106

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 106 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 77.

Labor Force Characteristics of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 years and over In labor force Percent of persons 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Females 16 years and over In labor force Percent of females 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Males 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Males 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 13 219 9 196 69.6 759 8 437 8 027 6 282 410 4.9 4 023 37 7 350 4 492 61.1 89 4 403 4 132 2 990 271 6.2 2 858 28 696 179 53 368 890 340 20 260 3 800 3 063 61 372 328 258 – 70 73 49 24 24 82 11 71 68 572 182 19 353 851 557 21 232 4 972 3 072 231 1 639 599 295 – 304 165 26 139 139 191 – 191 186 3 005 2 095 69.7 364 1 731 1 615 1 057 116 6.7 910 10 1 514 889 58.7 51 838 756 421 82 9.8 625 1 192 28 15 83 230 88 4 54 984 671 10 140 72 72 – – – – – – 13 5 8 8 151 57 19 62 236 132 – 96 1 011 549 63 369 33 18 – 15 27 – 27 27 56 – 56 56 8 370 5 964 71.3 298 5 666 5 428 4 481 238 4.2 2 406 17 4 825 3 001 62.2 33 2 968 2 813 2 181 155 5.2 1 824 17 389 146 38 196 472 197 16 118 2 343 2 070 29 129 223 160 – 63 66 42 24 24 52 – 52 49 351 98 – 253 492 350 21 88 3 299 2 137 134 1 028 447 202 – 245 128 26 102 102 108 – 108 108 1 844 1 137 61.7 97 1 040 984 744 56 5.4 707 10 1 011 602 59.5 5 597 563 388 34 5.7 409 10 115 5 – 89 188 55 – 88 473 322 22 103 33 26 – 7 7 7 – – 17 6 11 11 70 27 – 38 123 75 – 48 662 386 34 242 119 75 – 44 10 – 10 10 27 – 27 22 2 804 1 842 65.7 27 1 815 1 700 1 271 115 6.3 962 24 1 891 1 103 58.3 13 1 090 999 697 91 8.3 788 4 120 29 14 77 132 83 – 49 595 547 10 24 40 38 – 2 4 4 – – 22 – 22 22 210 77 10 110 145 43 10 92 1 336 853 71 412 116 20 – 96 24 6 18 18 60 – 60 60 13 7 53.8 – 7 3 3 4 57.1 6 – 13 7 53.8 – 7 3 3 4 57.1 6 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 4 – 4 – 3 3 – – – – – – – – – – 6 – 6 6 12 458 8 585 68.9 506 8 079 7 692 5 983 387 4.8 3 873 42 6 902 4 144 60.0 69 4 075 3 815 2 776 260 6.4 2 758 18 668 198 63 332 844 362 20 277 3 595 3 027 39 352 302 237 – 65 77 53 24 24 70 5 65 62 630 199 19 386 806 515 31 227 4 589 2 855 210 1 514 532 214 – 318 148 32 116 116 197 – 197 192 2 457 1 632 66.4 200 1 432 1 338 885 94 6.6 825 10 1 216 666 54.8 36 630 570 329 60 9.5 550 1 192 28 15 83 179 77 4 54 807 613 10 130 50 50 – – – – – – 13 5 8 8 134 41 19 48 222 119 – 103 764 392 41 321 33 18 – 15 14 – 14 14 49 – 49 49 10 001 6 953 69.5 306 6 647 6 354 5 098 293 4.4 3 048 32 5 686 3 478 61.2 33 3 445 3 245 2 447 200 5.8 2 208 17 476 170 48 249 665 285 16 223 2 788 2 414 29 222 252 187 – 65 77 53 24 24 57 – 57 54 496 158 – 338 584 396 31 124 3 825 2 463 169 1 193 499 196 – 303 134 32 102 102 148 – 148 143 3 565 2 453 68.8 280 2 173 2 035 1 570 138 6.4 1 112 19 2 339 1 451 62.0 33 1 418 1 316 911 102 7.2 888 14 148 10 4 113 178 61 – 32 800 583 32 44 66 59 – 7 – – – – 34 6 28 28 152 60 10 77 190 85 – 97 1 719 1 070 92 537 183 101 – 82 41 – 41 41 54 – 54 54 1 261 818 64.9 6 812 756 572 56 6.9 443 9 933 555 59.5 – 555 513 349 42 7.6 378 4 37 5 4 28 15 3 – 12 243 224 10 3 11 11 – – – – – – 22 – 22 22 66 22 10 34 65 20 – 45 720 451 32 237 39 20 – 19 18 – 18 18 25 – 25 25

PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
Females 16 years and over own children under 6 years labor force own children 6 to 17 years only labor force Own children under 6 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children under 6 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours With In With In 7 350 1 356 754 1 873 1 429 living with two 1 241 576 357 living with one 98 76 69 living with two 2 878 2 117 1 409 living with one 428 324 249 64 31 21 321 259 207 43 34 21 43 30 30 – – – 348 253 191 47 14 4 301 239 187 123 101 88 34 21 21 403 296 146 2 077 1 552 1 162 398 269 101 778 446 353 – – – 2 914 2 075 1 506 398 285 168 2 516 1 790 1 338 742 488 256 374 236 166 36 36 29 62 40 40 – – – 32 18 18 – – – 107 85 78 27 27 20 80 58 58 23 9 9 14 – – 284 127 58 770 354 235 187 95 64 304 161 68 – – – 1 177 558 300 243 127 58 934 431 242 368 179 125 137 75 49 1 514 372 211 243 180 4 825 771 456 1 432 1 075 1 011 213 87 198 174 1 891 371 170 558 374 13 – – – – 6 902 1 215 714 1 799 1 293 1 216 281 158 202 116 5 686 934 556 1 597 1 177 2 339 512 210 632 510 933 194 81 291 197

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 107 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

SOUTH CAROLINA 107

Table 78.

Labor Force Characteristics of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 years and over In labor force Percent of persons 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Females 16 years and over In labor force Percent of females 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Males 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Males 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 14 865 11 090 74.6 2 629 8 461 7 940 6 148 521 6.2 3 775 192 7 068 4 317 61.1 550 3 767 3 529 2 460 238 6.3 2 751 42 922 227 52 300 1 573 662 77 121 4 606 3 187 129 267 411 260 16 135 146 63 83 68 139 21 118 115 879 390 21 270 1 108 462 66 405 4 176 2 475 151 1 373 480 158 – 322 161 40 121 110 264 4 260 252 3 706 2 711 73.2 899 1 812 1 692 1 182 120 6.6 995 71 1 835 1 137 62.0 314 823 777 515 46 5.6 698 16 252 66 10 80 433 153 25 54 1 064 639 39 98 66 39 – 27 19 13 6 – 37 5 32 32 288 80 5 94 373 128 12 150 939 524 29 264 92 41 – 51 46 – 46 40 97 4 93 93 8 538 6 346 74.3 1 069 5 277 4 985 3 991 292 5.5 2 192 101 4 048 2 432 60.1 97 2 335 2 175 1 538 160 6.9 1 616 26 388 111 42 180 805 402 14 54 2 848 2 084 59 123 276 168 8 100 115 38 77 68 58 16 42 39 445 256 16 160 511 247 40 181 2 620 1 560 104 915 286 87 – 199 62 25 37 37 124 – 124 116 2 621 2 033 77.6 661 1 372 1 263 975 109 7.9 588 20 1 185 748 63.1 139 609 577 407 32 5.3 437 – 282 50 – 40 335 107 38 13 694 464 31 46 69 53 8 8 12 12 – – 44 – 44 44 146 54 – 16 224 87 14 74 617 391 18 194 102 30 – 72 53 15 38 33 43 – 43 43 5 381 3 866 71.8 189 3 677 3 495 2 632 182 4.9 1 515 176 2 434 1 419 58.3 25 1 394 1 290 801 104 7.5 1 015 34 242 122 6 109 521 386 24 48 1 783 1 498 43 146 220 152 5 63 68 22 46 30 113 25 88 57 259 134 4 121 257 118 7 122 1 542 937 91 499 214 86 2 126 34 15 19 19 128 – 128 128 151 70 46.4 – 70 70 60 – – 81 – 85 25 29.4 – 25 25 15 – – 60 – 7 – – 7 4 4 – – 46 32 – 14 – – – – – – – – 9 9 – – 6 – – 6 7 – – 7 55 25 – 30 9 – – 9 – – – – 8 – 8 8 14 535 10 665 73.4 1 748 8 917 8 446 6 397 471 5.3 3 870 290 6 878 4 150 60.3 356 3 794 3 573 2 396 221 5.8 2 728 60 810 265 58 331 1 469 809 47 129 4 650 3 456 115 327 433 264 21 148 164 67 97 73 131 21 110 93 878 402 21 333 1 001 455 47 375 4 186 2 539 153 1 384 469 145 – 324 127 32 95 84 217 – 217 217 3 222 2 303 71.5 682 1 621 1 535 1 065 86 5.3 919 64 1 646 1 012 61.5 271 741 716 480 25 3.4 634 9 245 66 10 68 362 146 25 54 855 558 26 98 58 31 – 27 19 13 6 – 37 5 32 32 281 73 5 94 347 112 – 154 821 500 20 220 82 31 – 51 46 – 46 40 69 – 69 69 11 313 8 362 73.9 1 066 7 296 6 911 5 332 385 5.3 2 951 226 5 232 3 138 60.0 85 3 053 2 857 1 916 196 6.4 2 094 51 565 199 48 263 1 107 663 22 75 3 795 2 898 89 229 375 233 21 121 145 54 91 73 94 16 78 61 597 329 16 239 654 343 47 221 3 365 2 039 133 1 164 387 114 – 273 81 32 49 44 148 – 148 148 5 711 4 291 75.1 1 070 3 221 2 989 2 383 232 7.2 1 420 78 2 624 1 586 60.4 219 1 367 1 246 865 121 8.9 1 038 16 354 84 – 78 625 239 54 40 1 739 1 229 57 86 198 148 – 50 50 18 32 25 121 25 96 79 260 122 4 58 364 125 26 152 1 532 873 89 488 225 99 2 124 68 23 45 45 175 4 171 163 2 581 1 816 70.4 65 1 751 1 653 1 306 98 5.6 765 51 1 210 676 55.9 5 671 607 393 64 9.5 534 9 66 48 – 18 220 153 16 27 841 733 18 54 129 87 – 42 32 – 32 25 83 25 58 41 114 62 4 48 108 23 – 80 746 455 58 233 134 59 2 73 20 8 12 12 88 – 88 88

PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
Females 16 years and over own children under 6 years labor force own children 6 to 17 years only labor force Own children under 6 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children under 6 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours With In With In 7 068 1 459 738 1 221 828 living with two 1 887 937 546 living with one 422 307 265 living with two 2 513 1 367 867 living with one 821 672 494 172 133 120 579 482 370 70 57 4 455 306 205 48 – – 895 759 600 160 121 115 735 638 485 381 219 99 299 150 90 376 251 158 1 868 972 610 269 144 99 1 167 797 376 54 31 21 2 749 1 569 971 320 230 156 2 429 1 339 815 931 595 272 544 368 142 126 73 66 232 196 167 64 38 32 261 142 74 – – – 506 386 298 136 89 82 370 297 216 177 63 41 104 29 13 365 208 91 1 223 572 358 299 157 97 717 282 137 31 13 13 1 866 879 448 250 148 48 1 616 731 400 738 340 235 345 149 94 1 835 258 138 221 153 4 048 911 442 879 574 1 185 290 158 121 101 2 434 530 311 532 412 85 29 10 25 15 6 878 1 378 763 1 314 892 1 646 226 133 184 125 5 232 1 152 630 1 130 767 2 624 611 286 439 348 1 210 297 143 279 226

108

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 108 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 79.

Labor Force Characteristics of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 years and over In labor force Percent of persons 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Females 16 years and over In labor force Percent of females 16 years and over Armed Forces Civilian labor force Employed At work 35 or more hours Unemployed Percent of civilian labor force Not in labor force Institutionalized persons Males 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Males 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Males 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 16 to 19 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 20 to 24 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 25 to 54 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 55 to 64 years Employed Unemployed Not in labor force Females 65 to 69 years In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 Females 70 years and over In labor force Not in labor force Did not work in 1989 1 048 213 705 057 67.3 42 202 662 855 638 314 506 809 24 541 3.7 343 156 15 078 543 394 313 936 57.8 4 328 309 608 296 567 212 617 13 041 4.2 229 458 8 601 38 453 16 484 2 379 15 851 60 047 36 457 2 078 9 735 284 309 239 118 5 804 17 111 56 006 36 992 885 18 053 26 463 7 619 18 844 15 617 39 541 5 437 34 104 30 514 36 898 16 670 2 103 17 284 54 211 37 173 2 325 13 268 280 519 204 868 7 192 66 423 64 710 29 054 895 34 755 34 991 5 700 29 291 26 232 72 065 3 628 68 437 65 267 220 269 142 855 64.9 13 436 129 419 124 900 94 087 4 519 3.5 77 414 5 309 114 839 64 072 55.8 1 846 62 226 59 814 40 211 2 412 3.9 50 767 2 631 8 672 3 210 406 3 838 16 392 8 718 485 3 963 55 828 43 648 986 4 054 9 428 6 410 118 2 894 5 656 1 726 3 930 3 250 9 454 1 486 7 968 7 147 9 399 3 876 412 4 622 15 073 9 976 370 4 082 51 309 37 928 1 278 11 391 11 884 5 595 180 6 109 7 753 1 494 6 259 5 529 19 421 1 117 18 304 17 337 585 347 410 209 70.1 21 681 388 528 374 634 302 528 13 894 3.6 175 138 6 219 299 615 180 919 60.4 1 665 179 254 171 753 125 367 7 501 4.2 118 696 3 454 20 365 9 669 1 278 8 474 31 330 20 550 1 043 3 364 170 723 145 518 3 412 9 151 31 960 21 360 488 10 061 13 229 3 675 9 554 7 917 18 125 2 287 15 838 14 287 19 701 9 537 1 220 8 836 28 219 19 970 1 493 6 264 169 654 122 938 4 110 41 541 35 245 15 490 460 19 295 17 247 2 716 14 531 13 066 29 549 1 320 28 229 27 038 242 597 151 993 62.7 7 085 144 908 138 780 110 194 6 128 4.2 90 604 3 550 128 940 68 945 53.5 817 68 128 65 000 47 039 3 128 4.6 59 995 2 516 9 416 3 605 695 3 539 12 325 7 189 550 2 408 57 758 49 952 1 406 3 906 14 618 9 222 279 5 098 7 578 2 218 5 360 4 450 11 962 1 664 10 298 9 080 7 798 3 257 471 3 826 10 919 7 227 462 2 922 59 556 44 002 1 804 13 491 17 581 7 969 255 9 351 9 991 1 490 8 501 7 637 23 095 1 191 21 904 20 892 851 396 564 796 66.3 4 122 560 674 538 472 441 178 22 202 4.0 286 600 8 565 434 219 248 869 57.3 494 248 375 236 332 175 928 12 043 4.8 185 350 3 903 34 264 15 695 2 152 16 278 36 083 28 611 1 592 5 114 243 132 218 072 5 429 16 910 50 209 31 200 735 18 272 22 376 5 302 17 074 14 118 31 113 3 511 27 602 24 713 31 863 12 670 2 003 17 118 34 888 23 241 1 897 9 611 239 167 172 557 7 206 59 121 53 453 22 288 753 30 412 25 363 3 475 21 888 19 804 49 485 2 285 47 200 44 842 25 010 15 793 63.1 38 15 755 15 316 12 210 439 2.8 9 217 – 12 660 6 563 51.8 – 6 563 6 318 4 674 245 3.7 6 097 – 818 381 37 378 873 648 72 153 5 673 5 223 78 356 2 078 1 560 – 518 1 252 645 607 341 1 656 548 1 108 569 758 247 36 475 850 610 29 211 5 761 4 105 128 1 528 2 244 1 070 38 1 136 1 015 159 856 699 2 032 141 1 891 1 574 1 226 219 835 951 68.2 27 347 808 604 779 241 625 403 29 363 3.6 390 268 15 776 630 343 370 865 58.8 2 862 368 003 352 305 254 652 15 698 4.3 259 478 7 759 47 593 21 641 2 885 21 034 66 399 44 759 2 439 11 090 346 883 304 088 7 060 21 472 65 076 43 642 959 20 403 28 538 7 926 20 612 17 089 41 387 5 208 36 179 32 623 45 997 20 031 2 689 22 691 61 956 42 113 2 862 16 058 342 667 249 632 8 783 82 899 71 422 31 717 910 38 795 36 356 5 672 30 684 27 540 71 945 3 594 68 351 65 284 184 156 116 900 63.5 5 288 111 612 107 893 80 767 3 719 3.3 67 256 5 092 98 380 54 613 55.5 1 184 53 429 51 466 34 307 1 963 3.7 43 767 2 465 7 768 2 815 359 3 539 13 581 7 763 425 3 770 43 639 37 792 818 3 609 7 855 5 407 65 2 377 4 716 1 474 3 242 2 680 8 217 1 265 6 952 6 209 8 561 3 390 372 4 322 13 348 8 906 309 3 690 42 695 32 354 994 9 083 9 902 4 718 160 5 024 6 711 1 258 5 453 4 819 17 163 968 16 195 15 341 1 042 063 719 051 69.0 22 059 696 992 671 348 544 636 25 644 3.7 323 012 10 684 531 963 316 252 59.4 1 678 314 574 300 839 220 345 13 735 4.4 215 711 5 294 39 825 18 826 2 526 17 495 52 818 36 996 2 014 7 320 303 244 266 296 6 242 17 863 57 221 38 235 894 18 026 23 822 6 452 17 370 14 409 33 170 3 943 29 227 26 414 37 436 16 641 2 317 18 369 48 608 33 207 2 553 12 368 299 972 217 278 7 789 73 816 61 520 26 999 750 33 771 29 645 4 414 25 231 22 721 54 782 2 626 52 156 49 943 673 390 433 902 64.4 18 977 414 925 397 545 322 584 17 380 4.2 239 488 7 867 347 270 191 940 55.3 1 960 189 980 180 594 133 893 9 386 4.9 155 330 4 745 25 124 10 538 1 646 11 095 29 731 20 309 1 231 3 759 180 558 153 102 4 173 12 549 41 139 24 550 661 15 922 20 301 4 995 15 306 12 646 29 267 3 740 25 527 22 604 22 764 9 309 1 417 11 711 27 143 18 301 1 360 6 821 177 019 127 793 5 615 42 645 46 741 19 625 738 26 372 23 998 3 503 20 495 18 496 49 605 2 319 47 286 44 825 429 138 278 078 64.8 2 424 275 654 264 142 216 789 11 512 4.2 151 060 4 601 220 564 123 745 56.1 236 123 509 117 193 87 983 6 316 5.1 96 819 2 350 16 084 7 129 1 075 7 824 17 367 13 875 778 2 216 118 694 105 358 2 822 8 880 26 612 15 775 361 10 476 12 479 2 935 9 544 7 935 17 338 2 037 15 301 13 623 15 096 5 967 988 8 115 16 560 11 368 962 4 139 117 352 84 790 3 816 28 627 29 182 12 005 440 16 737 14 084 1 959 12 125 10 983 28 290 1 214 27 076 25 540

PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN IN FAMILIES AND SUBFAMILIES
Females 16 years and over own children under 6 years labor force own children 6 to 17 years only labor force Own children under 6 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children under 6 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parents Both parents in labor force Both at work 35 or more hours Own children 6 to 17 years parent Parent in labor force At work 35 or more hours With In With In 543 75 47 82 63 living with two 83 628 48 159 28 409 living with one 15 488 11 498 8 148 living with two 141 556 96 244 61 904 living with one 34 277 29 065 23 532 5 222 4 510 3 569 20 703 17 600 14 351 8 352 6 955 5 612 26 686 22 512 17 832 348 285 273 39 505 33 766 27 473 4 324 3 770 3 009 35 181 29 996 24 464 21 458 17 811 13 891 13 566 11 212 8 567 20 937 13 462 8 060 89 460 60 342 38 566 31 159 22 440 15 278 150 551 106 087 72 097 3 296 2 274 1 613 187 699 128 595 83 610 16 351 10 749 6 506 171 348 117 846 77 104 104 408 73 736 50 391 73 655 52 415 36 103 2 385 1 851 1 319 9 337 6 918 5 046 3 766 2 729 1 783 11 736 8 672 6 005 174 132 106 17 936 13 427 9 459 1 943 1 467 1 046 15 993 11 960 8 413 9 288 6 743 4 694 5 884 4 222 2 868 13 827 8 017 4 398 52 585 29 562 17 676 17 216 10 580 6 335 72 534 44 942 28 056 1 443 875 490 103 825 60 623 36 480 10 797 6 541 3 609 93 028 54 082 32 871 52 337 32 478 19 985 34 643 22 116 13 906 394 032 315 512 750 114 12 7 12 9 839 528 951 206 170 299 47 29 51 39 615 125 165 147 268 128 15 10 19 15 940 379 199 159 312 434 63 42 85 66 219 779 060 359 122 12 660 1 170 765 1 821 1 369 630 92 58 107 82 343 208 592 034 265 98 9 6 9 7 380 823 427 657 329 531 82 52 97 74 963 385 165 377 936 347 46 30 60 47 270 603 783 837 607 220 30 20 42 33 564 692 689 376 114

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 109 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

SOUTH CAROLINA 109

Table 80.

Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of White Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
Married-couple families Husband employed or in Armed Forces Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband unemployed Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband not in labor force Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Female householder, no husband present Employed or in Armed Forces Unemployed 304 238 159 5 3 2 61 13 43 28 1 066 706 215 197 781 371 366 579 377 445 534 326 523 51 543 39 365 25 964 700 535 302 48 11 643 2 352 87 8 110 5 197 251 181 146 97 3 2 1 31 7 24 16 008 803 259 262 302 477 219 903 357 231 485 843 765 71 52 35 1 515 538 992 235 944 592 99 033 668 127 939 286 507 280 220 150 5 3 2 56 14 29 17 740 102 035 810 702 328 328 936 721 511 065 674 922 8 633 6 712 4 147 122 31 24 7 1 890 443 16 552 172 7 372 299 201 6 4 2 67 16 46 30 1 241 782 084 613 589 883 390 870 217 480 445 649 464 42 220 32 238 21 665 503 389 212 29 9 593 1 802 66 6 693 4 304 190 330 267 179 6 4 2 58 14 39 26 1 021 544 419 110 200 671 361 277 415 414 752 345 274 212 159 108 4 2 1 50 11 26 15 565 026 166 394 894 816 304 645 881 476 154 351 981 140 107 73 3 1 1 31 8 15 9 995 448 791 155 842 150 200 705 070 303 695 053 541

18 3 10 6

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 to 19 years 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 76 57 24 2 29 19 11 5 1 7 3 1 2 385 109 012 888 647 276 300 723 625 070 976 828 021 808 18 300 14 673 5 804 636 7 975 3 627 2 535 934 51 190 1 092 436 131 380 40 30 13 1 15 10 5 3 676 478 515 603 276 198 417 545 359 628 4 781 2 393 588 1 685 17 409 11 958 4 693 649 6 396 5 451 3 348 1 244 215 252 2 103 999 302 743 66 49 18 2 29 16 8 6 1 8 4 1 3 386 999 219 517 235 387 086 103 554 264 301 170 092 016 1 576 1 349 484 66 799 227 120 92 – 6 107 52 7 48 94 72 29 3 39 21 11 7 1 10 5 1 3 598 626 369 637 275 972 724 588 700 340 248 137 295 545 16 551 13 514 5 170 595 7 488 3 037 2 132 783 30 143 905 340 106 303 78 59 24 3 31 18 9 6 1 9 4 1 3 047 112 199 042 787 935 592 805 670 197 343 797 189 242 48 34 12 1 19 13 7 4 173 482 862 768 607 691 662 238 479 994 6 029 2 861 818 2 279 31 23 8 1 13 8 3 2 267 150 206 253 674 117 965 975 249 688 4 152 1 972 563 1 605

CLASS OF WORKER
Employed persons 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers Employed females 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers 643 489 29 53 27 39 2 298 223 17 33 9 13 1 163 927 884 292 750 898 412 748 015 934 763 343 048 645 125 94 5 13 4 8 60 44 3 8 1 2 881 443 473 196 120 197 452 263 135 523 314 470 485 336 377 287 16 29 20 22 1 173 129 10 18 6 7 719 959 799 028 467 129 337 145 304 034 716 680 519 892 139 107 7 11 3 9 65 49 4 6 1 3 563 525 612 068 163 572 623 340 576 377 733 193 044 417 540 424 24 35 13 38 3 237 183 13 22 5 10 1 318 885 116 964 225 977 151 146 120 660 327 323 947 769 15 325 9 329 753 1 068 440 3 172 563 6 318 4 014 459 669 185 706 285 784 606 33 62 30 48 3 354 267 19 39 10 15 2 306 018 746 357 604 393 188 591 994 878 080 358 260 021 108 81 4 12 3 6 51 37 3 7 1 2 777 460 787 226 184 793 327 887 562 095 725 237 034 234 675 524 28 50 27 41 2 302 230 16 31 9 13 1 529 558 959 131 420 600 861 704 432 783 355 121 226 787 399 308 20 26 10 30 2 181 138 11 17 4 8 1 175 794 254 899 371 482 375 303 141 716 010 308 735 393 264 206 12 18 5 20 1 117 89 7 11 2 5 965 092 831 174 970 228 670 543 844 342 344 641 485 887

WORK STATUS IN 1989
Persons 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Females 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 775 504 29 62 57 62 59 624 523 456 36 354 199 13 35 36 35 33 255 201 168 21 470 159 456 018 664 553 620 240 388 264 646 061 666 500 148 281 916 550 552 302 519 761 162 98 6 14 13 15 14 125 101 87 7 75 38 3 8 8 8 7 51 38 31 4 943 077 923 308 239 508 888 634 538 100 628 038 723 168 114 407 642 984 230 763 770 531 445 300 16 33 30 33 30 363 311 273 19 201 117 7 19 19 19 18 147 118 99 11 496 498 252 976 895 037 838 643 361 692 761 782 450 342 635 520 680 155 263 308 815 660 167 105 6 13 13 14 13 134 110 95 9 77 43 2 7 8 7 7 57 44 36 5 031 584 281 734 530 008 894 963 489 472 257 241 493 990 399 354 594 411 059 231 934 570 613 415 20 42 42 46 45 510 430 380 28 276 165 9 23 26 26 25 209 166 142 17 410 948 972 955 006 445 084 264 831 906 547 806 499 675 250 677 315 390 947 193 232 522 17 904 11 710 615 1 288 1 107 1 556 1 628 13 629 11 443 10 103 742 7 583 4 441 250 715 685 770 722 5 435 4 298 3 641 470 918 609 33 68 65 72 69 745 628 553 41 418 241 15 38 41 41 39 304 241 204 24 814 090 023 939 365 728 669 306 905 527 286 279 158 198 818 667 779 659 263 059 394 776 135 79 5 12 11 13 13 102 81 69 6 64 32 2 6 7 7 6 43 32 26 3 367 222 494 284 543 712 112 363 290 601 472 683 999 767 989 312 634 982 641 767 878 844 783 529 27 56 53 59 56 642 547 483 34 353 208 12 31 34 34 32 260 208 177 20 447 868 529 655 822 016 557 943 615 926 814 596 159 431 829 355 145 677 622 292 516 932 470 311 17 36 34 36 35 389 325 283 23 212 124 7 19 21 20 19 161 126 106 14 066 017 405 034 305 270 035 198 314 643 907 588 007 977 580 291 452 281 236 436 357 507 300 203 10 21 20 22 21 250 211 185 14 136 81 5 11 12 12 12 104 83 70 8 137 086 683 801 469 380 718 866 204 661 446 419 691 153 877 874 753 071 978 023 466 885

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989
Families No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers Married-couple families No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers Husband and wife worked Female householder, no husband present No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers 359 41 96 178 42 304 34 68 201 187 43 5 22 15 564 375 834 729 626 066 595 325 146 606 534 852 434 248 61 8 16 30 6 51 6 11 32 30 8 1 4 2 762 209 872 558 123 543 896 695 952 730 110 111 119 880 212 20 56 108 26 181 17 40 123 114 24 2 12 9 512 413 733 541 825 008 099 735 174 562 485 843 566 076 85 12 23 39 9 71 10 15 45 42 10 1 5 3 290 753 229 630 678 515 600 895 020 314 939 898 749 292 321 34 83 160 42 280 29 62 188 174 29 4 15 9 035 535 465 218 817 740 388 427 925 483 065 173 227 665 9 503 649 3 100 4 409 1 345 8 633 562 2 720 5 351 4 760 552 67 227 258 433 42 113 220 55 372 36 82 253 235 46 5 24 16 383 908 881 746 848 241 086 281 874 283 445 786 106 553 50 6 13 25 5 42 5 9 27 25 6 759 767 485 455 052 220 753 147 320 525 693 839 3 402 2 452 382 36 100 195 50 330 30 73 226 209 39 4 20 14 624 141 396 291 796 021 333 134 554 758 752 947 704 101 247 33 66 118 29 212 27 48 136 126 26 4 13 8 216 002 418 201 595 565 897 471 197 806 154 239 555 360 162 19 42 79 20 140 16 31 92 85 15 2 8 5 489 814 843 106 726 995 738 725 532 815 695 477 203 015

VETERAN STATUS AND PERIOD OF SERVICE
Civilian veterans 16 years and over Male May 1975 or later service only September 1980 or later service only Served 2 or more years Vietnam-era service World War II service 177 168 23 15 13 58 55 282 603 790 358 465 208 899 32 30 4 3 2 9 11 437 883 578 145 711 213 794 104 99 15 9 8 37 27 426 052 446 859 793 956 727 40 38 3 2 1 11 16 419 668 766 354 961 039 378 133 129 13 7 6 44 40 317 140 182 651 550 392 814 4 146 4 041 177 84 55 892 2 004 200 192 25 16 14 69 56 942 452 727 071 088 733 851 26 25 3 2 1 7 10 581 469 330 278 922 306 089 174 166 22 13 12 62 46 361 983 397 793 166 427 762 109 105 11 6 5 32 39 657 291 245 938 927 867 862 67 64 6 3 3 20 23 025 825 413 790 236 781 028

110

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 110 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 81.

Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of Black Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
Married-couple families Husband employed or in Armed Forces Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband unemployed Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband not in labor force Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Female householder, no husband present Employed or in Armed Forces Unemployed 66 51 37 2 1 1 12 4 59 33 4 285 636 753 603 803 216 117 846 357 335 808 819 977 17 424 13 093 9 402 752 451 303 33 3 880 1 273 98 19 936 11 134 1 730 30 213 24 969 18 790 987 630 430 41 4 614 1 691 127 19 420 12 439 1 343 18 648 13 574 9 561 864 722 483 43 4 352 1 393 110 20 452 10 246 1 904 67 49 36 2 1 1 15 4 38 19 2 513 957 004 681 900 276 209 656 410 306 289 537 547 2 737 2 023 1 585 55 73 52 2 641 214 22 1 466 720 123 67 52 39 2 1 1 13 4 49 29 3 869 912 008 313 645 141 122 312 456 313 931 261 740 15 392 11 505 8 328 612 429 288 26 3 458 1 139 94 18 160 10 271 1 566 52 41 30 1 1 9 3 31 18 2 477 407 680 701 216 853 96 854 317 219 771 990 174 65 48 34 2 2 1 15 4 48 24 3 929 681 749 971 058 351 204 190 311 328 166 095 784 46 34 24 1 1 10 2 27 13 1 459 232 619 955 386 879 166 841 907 239 712 933 872

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 to 19 years 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 43 32 8 3 20 11 5 2 5 1 1 2 278 250 737 179 094 028 268 080 616 929 760 613 287 812 14 083 10 325 2 836 976 6 401 3 758 1 792 535 163 289 1 966 509 451 976 14 583 10 973 3 470 986 6 482 3 610 1 706 833 235 281 1 904 607 381 910 14 10 2 1 7 3 1 612 952 431 217 211 660 770 712 218 359 1 890 497 455 926 37 28 6 2 19 8 4 2 208 948 542 552 812 260 185 429 661 959 4 075 1 230 714 2 125 1 436 1 129 249 71 802 307 209 123 45 34 98 18 21 55 39 29 8 2 18 9 4 2 781 902 754 657 337 879 806 142 593 881 5 073 1 518 985 2 538 12 778 9 220 2 551 847 5 703 3 558 1 680 469 163 258 1 878 494 429 935 27 20 6 1 12 6 3 1 003 682 203 810 634 321 126 673 430 623 3 195 1 024 556 1 603 40 31 6 3 21 9 4 2 1 4 1 1 2 705 296 525 074 569 409 647 367 684 007 762 325 016 399 25 19 4 1 14 5 2 1 710 998 106 802 055 712 824 675 456 643 2 888 878 569 1 441

CLASS OF WORKER
Employed persons 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers Employed females 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers 218 164 14 23 9 6 117 85 8 16 4 2 699 185 600 665 578 403 268 511 574 632 164 520 504 117 64 49 4 6 2 1 35 26 2 4 1 861 525 357 549 396 912 122 511 290 567 641 221 735 57 91 65 6 11 5 2 48 33 3 7 2 655 233 204 715 834 594 75 562 442 627 829 669 967 28 62 49 4 5 1 1 33 25 2 3 183 427 039 401 348 897 71 438 842 438 694 630 802 32 184 147 10 15 5 5 93 71 6 10 2 1 126 030 395 659 044 565 433 021 703 375 786 164 840 153 7 372 5 718 476 623 203 291 61 3 856 2 837 363 487 78 72 19 214 160 13 23 9 6 113 81 8 15 4 2 055 160 894 303 940 448 310 195 964 148 874 688 394 127 58 45 3 6 2 1 32 24 2 4 1 980 035 947 126 068 695 109 412 010 298 322 080 651 51 155 115 9 17 7 4 80 57 5 11 3 1 075 125 947 177 872 753 201 783 954 850 552 608 743 76 188 151 11 16 4 5 97 75 6 11 1 1 770 055 101 021 682 520 391 337 313 859 076 996 950 143 126 102 7 10 2 3 63 49 4 7 1 1 375 119 048 317 945 632 314 840 932 316 124 203 153 112

WORK STATUS IN 1989
Persons 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Females 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 270 152 14 22 24 26 30 210 164 135 16 142 74 7 13 15 14 17 103 77 62 9 770 616 328 390 931 007 498 913 274 302 512 338 221 226 026 204 834 827 634 671 423 646 83 44 4 7 7 8 10 63 47 38 5 44 22 2 4 4 5 6 31 22 17 2 088 653 591 213 616 795 220 002 637 627 004 258 006 447 185 435 167 018 002 592 802 630 110 67 5 8 9 9 10 88 72 60 6 56 31 2 5 6 5 5 42 33 27 3 899 107 746 743 812 285 206 408 231 500 556 994 881 759 053 070 257 974 482 377 390 980 76 40 3 6 7 7 10 59 44 36 4 41 20 2 3 4 4 5 30 21 17 3 783 856 991 434 503 927 072 503 406 175 952 086 334 020 788 699 410 835 150 702 231 036 212 120 12 18 20 20 21 170 132 108 13 107 55 6 10 12 10 12 80 60 48 8 888 140 009 471 413 137 718 508 738 336 809 934 806 192 275 533 863 265 864 501 193 103 8 260 4 231 553 815 863 847 951 6 507 4 824 3 780 614 4 407 1 947 310 500 604 488 558 3 257 2 276 1 680 403 258 148 13 21 23 24 26 202 160 132 15 134 72 6 12 14 13 15 98 75 60 8 703 955 707 805 398 151 687 288 675 701 138 472 033 980 497 095 550 317 074 373 876 680 74 39 4 6 6 8 9 56 42 34 4 40 20 2 3 3 4 5 28 20 16 2 436 811 061 607 824 046 087 182 493 344 415 240 216 206 910 878 742 288 231 814 372 232 184 109 9 15 16 16 17 146 118 98 10 94 51 4 8 10 8 10 69 54 44 6 267 144 646 198 574 105 600 106 182 357 723 232 817 774 587 217 808 029 843 559 504 448 224 123 12 19 21 21 25 179 136 110 15 115 57 6 10 13 12 14 86 62 49 9 955 801 630 056 946 993 529 133 337 937 183 800 994 438 804 642 147 775 424 799 740 069 145 81 8 12 14 14 14 117 90 73 9 74 37 4 7 8 7 8 55 41 32 5 716 361 442 547 205 172 989 280 111 237 933 207 662 445 011 707 748 634 981 219 608 799

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989
Families No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers Married-couple families No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers Husband and wife worked Female householder, no husband present No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers 133 17 45 52 18 66 5 11 49 44 59 11 30 18 944 748 306 054 836 285 454 302 529 267 808 383 030 395 39 5 14 14 5 17 1 3 12 11 19 3 9 6 746 706 276 431 333 424 631 135 658 110 936 827 985 124 52 4 16 23 8 30 1 4 23 21 19 2 10 6 558 780 208 569 001 213 820 574 819 528 420 734 036 650 41 7 14 14 5 18 2 3 13 11 20 4 10 5 640 262 822 054 502 648 003 593 052 629 452 822 009 621 112 15 33 44 19 67 7 12 47 41 38 7 17 12 662 752 445 410 055 513 045 615 853 667 289 651 666 972 4 467 580 1 369 1 685 833 2 737 268 531 1 938 1 725 1 466 286 714 466 125 14 40 51 19 67 5 11 50 45 49 8 24 16 181 347 176 202 456 869 421 510 938 030 931 061 914 956 35 4 13 12 4 15 1 2 11 9 18 3 9 5 725 922 099 839 865 392 435 769 188 827 160 255 263 642 89 9 27 38 14 52 3 8 39 35 31 4 15 11 456 425 077 363 591 477 986 741 750 203 771 806 651 314 121 19 38 45 18 65 7 12 46 40 48 10 22 14 425 153 575 262 435 929 078 407 444 904 166 973 782 411 78 11 23 30 13 46 5 8 32 28 27 5 13 8 980 587 805 539 049 459 052 615 792 638 712 814 020 878

VETERAN STATUS AND PERIOD OF SERVICE
Civilian veterans 16 years and over Male May 1975 or later service only September 1980 or later service only Served 2 or more years Vietnam-era service World War II service 41 38 12 7 6 15 7 857 947 446 347 501 129 526 12 12 3 2 1 4 2 869 083 432 025 850 287 847 18 17 6 3 3 7 2 650 149 182 670 291 536 318 10 9 2 1 1 3 2 338 715 832 652 360 306 361 26 25 7 3 3 9 5 508 085 178 687 169 495 664 753 703 196 81 81 222 212 39 37 11 6 5 14 6 736 054 605 503 828 789 919 11 10 3 1 1 3 2 530 803 020 738 594 838 570 28 26 8 4 4 10 4 206 251 585 765 234 951 349 28 26 8 4 3 9 6 629 978 019 531 842 835 271 17 16 4 2 2 6 3 558 642 789 537 161 193 878

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 111 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

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Table 82.

Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
Married-couple families Husband employed or in Armed Forces Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband unemployed Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband not in labor force Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Female householder, no husband present Employed or in Armed Forces Unemployed 1 028 887 496 36 31 22 – 110 33 4 241 159 22 284 153 20 38 95 131 61 – 6 – 70 15 15 25 2 257 1 772 115 98 109 155 8 888 718 28 65 44 33 – 3 040 1 730 156 289 321 239 305 2 506 1 950 1 586 171 1 153 545 67 112 193 87 149 799 580 446 81 1 367 104 466 698 99 1 028 41 293 694 639 241 57 112 72 697 640 199 109 85 298 86 144 107 51 15 17 17 – 20 7 – 28 18 – 64 29 – – 29 35 10 – – – 25 8 9 3 375 307 4 13 23 28 – 144 130 – – – 14 – 578 255 36 77 74 66 70 468 327 238 57 237 90 12 36 46 16 37 193 122 80 41 172 14 84 71 3 144 14 60 70 70 28 – 24 4 133 121 38 32 23 49 38 640 554 336 8 14 5 – 72 18 – 124 95 7 144 93 14 32 47 51 21 – – – 30 7 – 13 1 375 1 102 78 37 50 100 8 538 458 12 28 26 14 – 1 735 1 077 106 133 175 83 161 1 452 1 211 1 001 68 645 322 49 38 106 37 93 436 340 276 17 855 63 265 462 65 640 27 160 453 420 124 30 44 50 432 394 123 54 45 185 38 244 226 109 13 – – – 18 8 4 89 46 15 76 31 6 6 19 45 30 – 6 – 15 – 6 9 507 363 33 48 36 27 – 206 130 16 37 18 5 – 727 398 14 79 72 90 74 586 412 347 46 271 133 6 38 41 34 19 170 118 90 23 340 27 117 165 31 244 – 73 171 149 89 27 44 18 132 125 38 23 17 64 10 999 799 497 29 48 26 – 152 50 7 168 90 4 334 240 58 34 148 94 54 30 – 24 40 23 – 17 1 817 1 469 38 115 61 134 – 718 606 14 47 25 26 – 2 162 1 312 64 166 248 230 142 1 763 1 409 1 205 170 856 449 14 77 118 126 72 580 430 359 73 1 218 157 276 567 218 999 83 178 738 646 168 68 71 29 598 548 108 61 37 257 121 11 11 8 – – – – – – – 4 – 2 8 8 1 – 7 – – – – – – – – – 22 13 – 9 – – – 7 6 – 1 – – – 22 20 – 1 – 1 – 22 21 20 – 7 5 – 1 – 1 – 7 6 5 – 15 – 4 8 3 11 – – 11 8 4 – 4 – 2 2 – – – 2 – 1 204 986 556 47 65 39 – 153 54 7 194 134 7 400 272 52 60 160 128 64 23 – 19 64 24 9 16 2 567 2 115 82 114 103 153 – 1 015 836 12 79 45 43 – 3 347 1 927 150 291 401 288 290 2 731 2 131 1 768 242 1 306 658 61 116 197 133 141 896 677 549 96 1 517 103 451 759 204 1 204 59 306 839 752 194 38 81 75 832 769 212 106 63 361 128 119 82 35 15 17 17 – 20 7 – 28 18 – 56 29 – – 29 27 10 – – – 17 – 9 3 304 252 4 13 14 21 – 111 97 – – – 14 – 474 204 28 80 49 59 54 376 268 187 32 195 78 12 39 21 16 29 148 110 68 16 147 14 75 55 3 119 14 51 54 54 28 – 24 4 110 98 15 9 – 49 38 1 085 904 521 32 48 22 – 133 47 7 166 116 7 344 243 52 60 131 101 54 23 – 19 47 24 – 13 2 263 1 863 78 101 89 132 – 904 739 12 79 45 29 – 2 873 1 723 122 211 352 229 236 2 355 1 863 1 581 210 1 111 580 49 77 176 117 112 748 567 481 80 1 370 89 376 704 201 1 085 45 255 785 698 166 38 57 71 722 671 197 97 63 312 90 823 700 437 18 14 9 – 109 29 4 215 115 19 218 121 26 12 83 97 51 7 6 5 46 14 6 26 1 507 1 126 71 99 67 136 8 591 488 30 33 24 16 – 1 855 1 115 70 164 168 181 157 1 538 1 228 1 023 99 703 336 20 73 114 80 80 483 333 256 58 1 068 158 291 506 113 823 65 165 593 533 215 87 102 26 463 419 95 64 59 194 79 568 455 301 5 14 9 – 99 29 – 129 65 4 134 99 20 6 73 35 12 7 – 5 23 6 – 17 901 677 38 68 22 96 – 328 279 14 13 6 16 – 1 027 629 48 95 77 107 71 891 741 604 39 369 173 14 33 54 51 44 275 194 152 21 719 131 164 331 93 568 65 91 412 374 129 60 57 12 316 291 46 23 18 146 61

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 to 19 years 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

CLASS OF WORKER
Employed persons 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers Employed females 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers

WORK STATUS IN 1989
Persons 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Females 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989
Families No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers Married-couple families No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers Husband and wife worked Female householder, no husband present No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers

VETERAN STATUS AND PERIOD OF SERVICE
Civilian veterans 16 years and over Male May 1975 or later service only September 1980 or later service only Served 2 or more years Vietnam-era service World War II service

112

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 112 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 83.

Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
Married-couple families Husband employed or in Armed Forces Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband unemployed Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband not in labor force Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Female householder, no husband present Employed or in Armed Forces Unemployed 2 797 2 581 1 756 81 23 18 – 193 46 – 375 232 14 566 531 329 29 5 – – 30 6 – 60 37 8 1 902 1 764 1 235 47 18 18 – 120 30 – 290 184 6 329 286 192 5 – – – 43 10 – 25 11 – 476 449 208 31 – – – 27 7 – 92 81 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 673 2 484 1 615 99 23 18 – 166 36 – 339 218 6 461 426 249 29 5 – – 30 6 – 42 27 – 2 212 2 058 1 366 70 18 18 – 136 30 – 297 191 6 600 546 349 13 – – – 54 17 – 128 95 8 193 168 70 13 – – – 25 7 – 49 38 –

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 to 19 years 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 1 268 1 064 316 72 658 204 120 25 – 12 84 20 – 51 343 260 78 34 135 83 53 – – – 30 7 – 10 740 649 206 38 405 91 46 25 – 12 45 13 – 32 185 155 32 – 118 30 21 – – – 9 – – 9 330 272 97 24 151 58 44 – – 31 14 9 – 5 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1 298 1 081 343 82 643 217 129 25 – 29 88 29 – 46 326 240 62 34 131 86 66 – – – 20 7 – – 972 841 281 48 512 131 63 25 – 29 68 22 – 46 300 255 70 14 166 45 35 – – 14 10 – – 10 103 89 27 14 48 14 14 – – 14 – – – –

CLASS OF WORKER
Employed persons 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers Employed females 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers 8 027 5 834 253 944 513 450 33 4 132 3 141 155 415 194 213 14 1 615 1 131 74 282 51 77 – 756 537 48 102 36 33 – 5 428 4 022 137 509 405 322 33 2 813 2 198 79 243 122 157 14 984 681 42 153 57 51 – 563 406 28 70 36 23 – 1 700 1 286 16 167 68 163 – 999 761 2 94 51 91 – 3 – – – – 3 – 3 – – – – 3 – 7 692 5 539 256 984 443 437 33 3 815 2 861 144 456 142 198 14 1 338 933 74 241 13 77 – 570 401 48 83 5 33 – 6 354 4 606 182 743 430 360 33 3 245 2 460 96 373 137 165 14 2 035 1 581 13 127 138 176 – 1 316 1 041 13 53 103 106 – 756 578 – 32 36 110 – 513 401 – 1 29 82 –

WORK STATUS IN 1989
Persons 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Females 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 9 690 5 476 523 1 028 686 1 048 929 7 396 6 088 4 958 384 4 692 2 286 261 563 433 714 435 3 258 2 541 1 988 214 2 204 1 146 99 299 160 261 239 1 569 1 245 1 021 79 917 366 40 158 96 153 104 570 405 296 39 6 164 3 651 405 506 405 614 583 4 811 4 049 3 357 237 3 084 1 622 207 296 235 445 279 2 197 1 787 1 438 119 1 322 679 19 223 121 173 107 1 016 794 580 68 691 298 14 109 102 116 52 491 349 254 56 1 967 1 132 58 171 197 233 176 1 473 1 179 1 040 111 1 182 618 50 91 136 163 124 816 641 548 76 7 – – – 3 4 – – – – – 7 – – – 3 4 – – – – – 9 100 5 064 523 958 555 1 047 953 6 835 5 625 4 581 309 4 312 2 115 269 486 319 687 436 2 952 2 334 1 835 156 1 748 836 96 296 74 222 224 1 196 959 728 31 711 250 48 161 39 124 89 436 319 197 20 7 352 4 228 427 662 481 825 729 5 639 4 666 3 853 278 3 601 1 865 221 325 280 563 347 2 516 2 015 1 638 136 2 557 1 544 58 241 328 234 152 2 034 1 642 1 417 186 1 562 789 42 168 250 190 123 1 122 848 701 134 880 508 23 71 132 76 70 663 530 460 69 612 319 23 44 102 62 62 421 319 276 58

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989
Families No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers Married-couple families No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers Husband and wife worked Female householder, no husband present No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers 3 310 151 888 1 681 590 2 797 83 628 2 086 1 964 375 68 238 69 670 32 181 414 43 566 24 133 409 369 60 8 41 11 2 286 112 575 1 125 474 1 902 59 374 1 469 1 387 290 53 186 51 354 7 132 142 73 329 – 121 208 208 25 7 11 7 598 31 262 234 71 476 31 179 266 225 92 – 62 30 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 169 160 861 1 580 568 2 673 99 615 1 959 1 809 339 61 214 64 547 32 160 334 21 461 24 126 311 271 42 8 27 7 2 622 128 701 1 246 547 2 212 75 489 1 648 1 538 297 53 187 57 739 22 289 335 93 600 15 192 393 380 128 7 86 35 253 15 129 88 21 193 15 93 85 72 49 – 25 24

VETERAN STATUS AND PERIOD OF SERVICE
Civilian veterans 16 years and over Male May 1975 or later service only September 1980 or later service only Served 2 or more years Vietnam-era service World War II service 685 612 156 123 115 377 45 87 80 30 30 30 35 – 561 502 119 86 78 318 45 37 30 7 7 7 24 – 150 120 67 57 35 61 – – – – – – – – 715 649 158 119 103 391 45 63 63 16 16 16 25 – 652 586 142 103 87 366 45 120 83 65 61 47 47 – 65 42 44 40 26 13 –

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 113 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

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Table 84.

Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
Married-couple families Husband employed or in Armed Forces Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband unemployed Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband not in labor force Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Female householder, no husband present Employed or in Armed Forces Unemployed 3 456 3 129 1 875 94 41 33 – 286 98 – 583 402 33 564 513 278 19 6 6 – 45 12 – 164 121 – 2 385 2 164 1 314 56 17 9 – 204 73 – 382 258 33 507 452 283 19 18 18 – 37 13 – 37 23 – 1 348 1 174 664 48 27 10 5 147 60 3 227 118 5 49 40 35 – – – – 9 – – 10 – – 3 472 3 122 1 837 75 44 31 – 306 119 3 599 410 38 422 371 212 7 6 6 – 45 12 – 150 113 – 3 050 2 751 1 625 68 38 25 – 261 107 3 449 297 38 1 332 1 181 702 67 24 12 5 127 39 – 211 110 – 701 591 340 36 14 2 5 96 32 – 148 67 –

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 to 19 years 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 1 801 1 039 394 61 525 762 605 111 12 24 157 112 – 21 540 312 115 10 169 228 200 15 5 – 28 16 – 5 833 615 233 51 313 218 113 50 7 11 105 84 – 16 428 112 46 – 43 316 292 46 – 13 24 12 – – 501 354 168 4 177 147 49 36 6 7 98 52 – 46 13 7 – – 7 6 – – – – 6 – – 6 1 688 1 163 474 61 587 525 331 71 18 17 194 122 – 60 526 298 108 10 157 228 200 15 5 – 28 16 – 5 1 162 865 366 51 430 297 131 56 13 17 166 106 – 55 614 230 88 4 115 384 323 76 – 14 61 42 – 7 180 104 48 4 52 76 33 26 – 7 43 36 – 7

CLASS OF WORKER
Employed persons 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers Employed females 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers 7 940 5 923 219 531 780 445 42 3 529 2 545 118 317 334 197 18 1 692 1 273 78 116 114 111 – 777 590 36 80 32 39 – 4 985 3 624 125 334 563 297 42 2 175 1 510 66 204 228 149 18 1 263 1 026 16 81 103 37 – 577 445 16 33 74 9 – 3 495 2 906 115 169 135 161 9 1 290 982 71 149 34 47 7 70 59 – – 11 – – 25 25 – – – – – 8 446 6 422 253 618 705 407 41 3 573 2 579 130 401 243 195 25 1 535 1 179 74 116 82 84 – 716 536 32 80 29 39 – 6 911 5 243 179 502 623 323 41 2 857 2 043 98 321 214 156 25 2 989 2 407 81 82 210 199 10 1 246 948 59 65 125 49 – 1 653 1 359 61 67 41 123 2 607 461 39 56 17 34 –

WORK STATUS IN 1989
Persons 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Females 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 11 778 6 970 578 1 016 1 025 1 042 1 147 9 191 7 505 6 332 589 4 869 2 312 275 500 532 617 633 3 301 2 492 1 981 262 2 900 1 538 162 231 329 341 299 2 174 1 659 1 384 182 1 304 524 92 133 170 229 156 881 612 456 81 6 780 4 258 315 605 522 419 661 5 378 4 563 3 883 334 2 729 1 411 140 260 271 255 392 1 798 1 421 1 178 140 2 098 1 174 101 180 174 282 187 1 639 1 283 1 065 73 836 377 43 107 91 133 85 622 459 347 41 4 102 2 284 217 316 393 514 378 3 361 2 505 2 079 305 1 525 759 72 165 184 168 177 1 084 787 635 127 65 37 – 9 – 14 5 65 46 37 – 7 7 – – – – – 7 7 7 – 11 429 6 698 581 940 1 028 1 033 1 149 8 948 7 205 6 070 703 4 668 2 279 270 425 515 557 622 3 143 2 375 1 926 295 2 514 1 206 156 240 311 312 289 1 828 1 339 1 061 182 1 192 456 92 134 151 212 147 788 540 383 73 8 915 5 492 425 700 717 721 860 7 120 5 866 5 009 521 3 476 1 823 178 291 364 345 475 2 355 1 835 1 543 222 4 451 2 556 214 392 390 523 376 3 604 2 805 2 341 191 1 726 792 77 240 201 228 188 1 242 904 690 94 1 919 1 076 86 160 172 227 198 1 568 1 156 974 128 721 320 45 98 81 65 112 477 327 234 57

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989
Families No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers Married-couple families No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers Husband and wife worked Female householder, no husband present No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers 4 334 167 1 393 2 295 479 3 456 80 930 2 446 2 278 583 67 334 182 779 44 306 386 43 564 9 184 371 361 164 26 91 47 2 955 88 965 1 593 309 2 385 47 635 1 703 1 558 382 41 237 104 600 35 122 316 127 507 24 111 372 359 37 – 6 31 1 647 128 575 752 192 1 348 51 438 859 796 227 75 92 60 59 10 33 7 9 49 – 33 16 15 10 10 – – 4 340 154 1 458 2 265 463 3 472 67 975 2 430 2 217 599 76 342 181 615 38 259 282 36 422 9 151 262 252 150 20 85 45 3 725 116 1 199 1 983 427 3 050 58 824 2 168 1 965 449 56 257 136 1 641 141 510 782 208 1 332 64 393 875 857 211 66 84 61 883 100 318 381 84 701 40 244 417 399 148 60 54 34

VETERAN STATUS AND PERIOD OF SERVICE
Civilian veterans 16 years and over Male May 1975 or later service only September 1980 or later service only Served 2 or more years Vietnam-era service World War II service 1 769 1 512 843 578 496 608 150 298 267 160 113 86 59 31 1 255 1 040 560 367 339 503 92 216 205 123 98 71 46 27 566 509 160 84 62 188 77 11 11 11 – – – – 1 782 1 519 738 458 396 646 147 238 211 108 74 54 59 31 1 544 1 308 630 384 342 587 116 553 502 265 204 162 150 80 267 240 78 47 39 97 53

114

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 114 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 85.

Additional Labor Force Characteristics and Veteran Status of White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

LABOR FORCE STATUS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
Married-couple families Husband employed or in Armed Forces Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband unemployed Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Husband not in labor force Wife employed or in Armed Forces Wife unemployed Female householder, no husband present Employed or in Armed Forces Unemployed 301 236 158 5 3 2 61 13 43 28 1 75 56 23 2 29 18 11 5 1 7 3 1 2 638 486 29 52 27 39 2 296 221 17 33 9 12 1 768 500 29 61 57 61 58 619 519 452 36 351 198 13 34 36 35 33 253 199 167 21 357 41 96 177 42 301 34 67 199 186 43 5 22 15 176 167 23 15 13 57 55 970 853 104 141 750 348 366 367 307 445 267 139 517 351 384 730 843 284 967 059 641 618 059 908 783 021 792 314 322 752 974 336 538 392 567 409 883 578 189 875 633 761 205 120 417 111 960 948 084 178 710 328 168 276 331 819 001 585 156 616 808 348 640 057 286 038 386 347 970 528 758 684 260 267 839 269 159 183 662 302 009 162 820 785 51 229 39 096 25 839 688 529 296 48 11 604 2 340 87 8 045 5 163 251 18 071 14 513 5 733 636 7 890 3 558 2 468 919 51 190 1 090 434 131 380 124 93 5 13 4 8 59 43 3 8 1 2 900 725 417 107 074 125 452 814 794 498 261 470 455 336 440 250 836 182 101 330 741 466 625 342 548 358 412 124 038 335 521 928 711 385 488 494 337 178 684 373 102 229 887 578 764 545 045 098 074 873 249 705 487 067 660 173 763 179 145 96 3 2 1 31 7 24 16 567 526 457 237 285 468 219 756 305 231 300 707 759 71 52 35 1 174 231 808 216 936 584 99 007 662 127 922 269 507 279 219 149 5 3 2 56 14 28 17 973 460 721 766 684 320 323 829 681 508 950 589 922 127 816 135 515 143 311 056 079 548 264 255 151 092 989 472 348 056 871 183 865 149 332 466 628 240 310 919 769 209 666 867 774 818 200 884 447 436 723 386 813 018 640 123 558 197 277 203 665 806 422 114 468 097 836 713 973 343 152 478 058 950 153 160 637 969 815 127 623 522 283 762 8 624 6 703 4 138 122 31 24 7 1 890 443 16 552 172 7 1 576 1 349 484 66 799 227 120 92 – 6 107 52 7 48 15 316 9 320 753 1 068 440 3 172 563 6 318 4 014 459 669 185 706 285 17 895 11 701 615 1 288 1 107 1 556 1 628 13 620 11 434 10 094 742 7 583 4 441 250 715 685 770 722 5 435 4 298 3 641 470 9 494 649 3 100 4 409 1 336 8 624 562 2 720 5 342 4 751 552 67 227 258 4 146 4 041 177 84 55 892 2 004 370 297 200 6 4 2 67 16 46 30 1 93 71 29 3 38 21 11 7 1 10 5 1 3 779 602 33 61 30 48 3 352 266 19 38 10 15 2 912 605 32 68 64 72 68 740 624 550 40 415 239 15 38 41 41 39 302 239 203 24 430 42 113 219 55 370 36 81 252 234 46 5 23 16 199 191 25 15 13 69 56 172 971 053 572 545 852 390 656 139 477 154 449 458 590 855 058 592 887 735 570 524 687 329 165 090 295 509 241 167 598 991 231 078 176 305 291 819 851 246 089 009 185 233 661 388 824 091 988 188 785 055 915 336 725 020 532 384 430 245 271 563 193 613 874 828 018 444 584 172 034 675 463 010 154 769 916 469 824 490 331 796 852 308 746 41 991 32 054 21 572 499 383 206 29 9 554 1 790 66 6 640 4 276 190 16 329 13 361 5 099 595 7 415 2 968 2 065 768 30 143 903 338 106 303 107 80 4 12 3 6 51 37 3 7 1 2 893 797 731 137 153 748 327 466 254 070 672 232 004 234 067 588 413 149 404 547 966 384 562 031 384 051 724 723 912 240 526 926 173 429 637 807 328 265 178 6 4 2 58 14 39 26 1 77 58 23 2 31 18 9 6 1 9 4 1 3 671 521 28 49 27 41 2 300 229 16 31 9 13 1 778 526 27 56 53 58 56 638 544 481 34 351 207 12 31 34 33 32 259 207 176 20 380 36 99 194 50 328 30 72 225 208 39 4 20 14 173 166 22 13 11 62 46 181 917 481 073 162 646 361 102 349 411 514 173 268 261 494 959 997 472 767 505 756 657 186 262 752 189 206 348 370 867 854 078 330 849 839 037 749 179 014 085 775 118 645 248 239 420 544 022 804 223 024 531 285 001 297 620 144 904 319 098 134 556 806 435 086 684 112 553 181 290 622 269 608 514 937 553 024 383 155 052 569 961 042 688 211 158 107 4 2 1 50 11 26 15 771 342 772 335 889 816 299 540 849 476 063 279 981 140 107 73 3 1 1 31 8 15 9 606 149 616 123 837 150 195 620 038 303 631 002 541

18 3 10 6

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS
Persons 16 to 19 years 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 40 29 13 1 15 10 5 3 066 986 338 558 024 080 346 506 352 617 4 734 2 362 588 1 669 634 728 723 844 144 878 317 753 316 008 601 563 385 880 402 023 044 604 570 745 416 498 739 469 566 021 597 237 448 363 518 858 155 448 122 593 804 375 213 576 640 567 061 368 138 626 300 843 446 011 648 422 104 618 571 639 671 17 214 11 885 4 659 649 6 370 5 329 3 245 1 216 215 252 2 084 987 302 743 138 106 7 11 3 9 65 49 4 6 1 3 780 869 612 023 118 535 623 000 299 377 716 156 035 417 919 932 240 631 440 885 791 120 814 899 214 789 267 970 333 303 546 370 750 975 738 553 916 733 141 437 605 174 580 812 782 089 922 898 749 275 286 535 711 324 931 008 351 66 49 18 2 29 16 8 6 1 8 4 1 2 538 423 24 35 13 38 3 236 182 13 22 5 10 1 611 414 20 42 41 46 44 508 429 379 28 275 165 9 23 26 26 25 209 165 141 17 320 34 83 159 42 279 29 62 188 174 28 4 15 9 132 128 13 7 6 44 40 47 34 12 1 19 13 7 4 888 345 807 766 540 543 545 196 479 994 5 998 2 844 818 2 272 545 503 210 854 288 325 365 594 584 692 967 253 705 393 785 638 326 803 105 069 844 343 829 378 799 645 569 951 410 175 352 188 548 910 961 449 297 926 117 778 476 771 837 235 699 308 063 223 513 327 328 987 098 836 832 795 801 31 23 8 1 13 8 3 2 180 095 174 251 653 085 951 961 249 688 4 134 1 961 563 1 598 142 447 787 129 964 147 668 193 582 318 301 635 470 887 181 523 648 705 391 306 608 048 582 137 375 996 521 136 797 826 719 997 669 811 326 844 026 764 679 913 670 606 698 600 308 591 631 467 174 990 882 694 373 765 211 742 994

CLASS OF WORKER
Employed persons 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers Employed females 16 years and over Private wage and salary workers Local government workers State government workers Federal government workers Self-employed workers Unpaid family workers 374 285 16 28 20 21 1 171 128 10 18 6 7 397 307 20 26 10 30 2 180 137 11 16 4 8 1 467 309 17 35 34 36 34 387 323 282 23 211 123 7 19 21 20 19 160 125 105 14 246 32 66 117 29 211 27 48 135 126 26 4 13 8 109 104 11 6 5 32 39 264 205 12 18 5 20 1 117 89 7 11 2 5

WORK STATUS IN 1989
Persons 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks Females 16 years and over, worked in 1989 50 to 52 weeks 48 and 49 weeks 40 to 47 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 14 to 26 weeks 1 to 13 weeks Usually worked 35 or more hours per week 40 or more weeks 50 to 52 weeks 27 to 39 weeks 161 97 6 14 13 15 14 124 100 86 7 74 38 3 8 8 8 7 50 38 31 4 61 8 16 30 6 51 6 11 32 30 8 1 4 2 32 30 4 3 2 9 11 441 298 16 33 30 32 30 360 308 271 19 200 116 7 19 19 19 17 146 117 99 11 210 20 56 107 26 179 17 40 122 113 24 2 12 9 103 98 15 9 8 37 27 165 104 6 13 13 13 13 134 109 94 9 76 43 2 7 8 7 7 56 43 36 5 84 12 23 39 9 71 10 15 44 42 10 1 5 3 40 38 3 2 1 11 16 134 78 5 12 11 13 12 101 80 69 6 64 32 2 6 7 7 6 43 32 26 3 50 6 13 25 5 41 5 9 27 25 6 299 202 10 21 20 22 21 250 210 185 14 135 81 5 11 12 12 11 104 82 70 8 162 19 42 78 20 140 16 31 92 85 15 2 8 4 66 64 6 3 3 20 22

WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1989
Families No workers 1 worker 2 workers 3 or more workers Married-couple families No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers Husband and wife worked Female householder, no husband present No workers 1 worker 2 or more workers 439 742 334 332 031 991 744 053 194 402 640 832 3 363 2 445 441 335 279 227 891 266 058

VETERAN STATUS AND PERIOD OF SERVICE
Civilian veterans 16 years and over Male May 1975 or later service only September 1980 or later service only Served 2 or more years Vietnam-era service World War II service 26 25 3 2 1 7 10

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 115 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

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Table 86.

Occupation of Employed White Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total Employed persons 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers Employed females 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers 643 197 92 3 24 105 18 12 5 16 39 26 219 8 18 92 24 27 40 13 100 3 26 13 4 63 1 10 4 51 23 9 5 4 77 26 30 20 78 28 13 14 13 3 18 4 7 298 94 36 1 12 57 2 14 29 22 135 6 5 43 8 8 26 10 79 2 26 11 1 37 1 1 34 15 3 163 590 417 772 571 173 260 251 836 444 412 162 602 210 444 468 114 803 551 102 480 340 408 075 146 667 211 685 098 771 672 206 735 962 079 800 215 517 954 769 983 276 115 196 419 976 068 387 748 500 913 567 818 587 556 970 964 164 288 322 657 816 705 207 531 468 208 688 929 094 047 757 731 130 133 609 303 388 561 013 929 172 757 335 106 255 951 197 856 571 858 802 241 671 229 525

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area 139 563 39 197 18 512 850 4 381 20 685 2 646 1 699 990 2 904 9 386 6 632 43 701 1 633 3 095 19 285 5 746 4 871 8 668 2 931 19 688 584 5 585 2 592 673 14 154 335 2 210 804 11 609 4 933 2 178 1 721 417 1 047 17 643 6 096 6 315 5 213 23 147 10 298 3 974 2 986 2 737 868 5 021 1 031 1 917 65 340 18 906 7 288 362 2 189 11 618 325 145 128 2 451 6 850 5 476 27 744 1 396 1 038 9 516 2 090 1 538 5 888 2 451 15 794 418 5 523 2 319 271 8 305 309 216 30 7 780 3 360 711 218 52 166 1 572 287 297 988 8 595 5 004 2 146 403 386 42 1 000 46 396 540 107 52 2 13 54 9 6 2 9 22 17 156 5 12 59 16 13 28 11 78 2 20 10 3 47 8 2 38 13 9 14 6 6 96 32 35 27 117 51 20 16 16 5 23 5 8 237 53 21 7 31 1 7 17 14 102 4 3 29 5 4 19 9 64 2 20 9 1 29 1 26 10 3 2 1 7 1 5 42 25 9 1 1 5 2

Central place 125 881 46 602 19 681 743 5 366 26 921 3 334 2 053 2 094 3 577 9 715 5 448 44 252 1 760 3 711 20 008 4 804 7 060 8 144 2 247 18 773 640 4 524 2 402 918 13 943 290 1 648 569 12 005 6 025 1 968 1 085 162 837 9 813 3 276 3 947 2 575 10 186 3 283 1 518 2 095 1 927 378 2 912 654 1 210 60 263 22 436 8 069 326 2 718 14 367 561 233 273 3 082 6 949 4 788 25 933 1 382 1 169 8 850 1 755 1 959 5 136 1 761 14 532 378 4 403 2 114 468 8 075 270 311 40 7 494 3 643 726 188 15 173 791 131 170 490 2 840 1 427 545 292 261 31 545 16 283

Urban fringe 377 111 54 2 14 57 12 8 2 9 20 14 131 4 11 53 13 15 23 7 62 2 16 8 2 35 6 2 28 12 5 2 2 50 16 20 13 45 15 7 9 8 2 11 2 4 173 53 21 7 31 1 8 15 12 81 4 3 24 4 4 15 6 49 1 16 7 20 1 19 8 1 719 791 224 179 824 567 280 499 752 963 311 082 649 817 638 175 564 872 739 924 019 116 299 081 555 570 586 827 725 157 714 060 929 383 195 344 843 255 166 436 402 784 034 532 173 043 383 260 145 158 556 879 911 602 670 592 563 631 489 058 980 038 498 841 686 971 184 476 603 298 121 324 992 750 554 082 233 114 558 576 523 105 418 972 688 788 473 762 425 880 163 155 168 126 167 846

Total 318 098 496 230 498 602 404 207 180 024 756 389 722 733 548 450 800 939 711 795 991 943 445 719 497 673 896 267 971 510 961 628 784 149 774 749 990 720 770 292 033 598 685 001 731 245 321 874 146 285 299 864 668 986 276 484 324 916 629 513 050 867 792 151 935 170 046 964 240 162 304 973 857 250 863 390 217 997 738 057 082 902 122 804 109 991 692 675 448 367 975 963 451 434 293 331

Farm 15 325 2 597 1 324 85 380 1 273 187 75 64 184 592 503 3 589 147 252 1 209 349 256 604 227 1 981 65 464 354 142 1 110 17 150 83 943 273 194 3 555 2 677 757 2 024 678 696 650 2 450 1 019 411 361 338 99 560 121 154 6 318 1 296 456 14 199 840 30 – – 162 527 461 2 543 138 75 702 149 90 463 181 1 628 54 464 332 88 714 17 18 18 679 198 59 662 464 180 238 13 18 207 865 532 193 34 34 – 106 6 48 784 216 101 4 27 114 22 14 6 18 42 28 257 9 23 102 26 30 44 15 121 4 31 15 5 72 1 12 4 58 25 12 9 2 5 111 37 42 30 116 45 19 20 19 5 25 5 9 354 103 40 1 14 62 3 1 1 15 31 24 159 8 7 47 9 9 28 12 97 2 31 14 2 43 1 2 39 17 4 1 1 8 1 1 5 38 21 8 2 2 5 2

Total 306 623 925 129 868 698 084 847 016 181 084 006 144 623 493 173 425 819 929 528 855 466 965 581 232 831 420 468 740 943 011 148 456 462 988 273 825 796 426 979 277 966 398 404 578 760 543 954 591 190 542 729 999 648 104 150 031 814 494 087 938 064 170 158 158 204 796 759 546 851 594 194 467 173 326 022 342 825 101 048 611 504 096 493 553 412 499 186 517 232 669 614 447 321 347 118

In central city 108 777 41 376 16 865 672 4 767 24 511 3 083 1 904 1 971 3 225 8 760 4 763 38 162 1 540 3 350 17 030 4 060 6 280 6 690 1 803 16 242 570 3 886 2 007 815 11 440 267 1 361 455 9 812 4 828 1 588 913 147 697 8 083 2 662 3 179 2 227 8 803 2 995 1 279 1 792 1 624 333 2 404 541 1 003 51 887 19 945 6 981 295 2 480 12 964 514 201 260 2 795 6 259 4 194 22 122 1 231 1 114 7 258 1 442 1 727 4 089 1 369 12 519 350 3 779 1 762 440 6 593 247 280 33 6 066 2 841 567 156 9 147 596 102 106 388 2 475 1 305 444 241 210 31 454 16 240

Not in central city 675 175 85 3 23 90 19 12 4 14 33 23 218 8 20 85 22 24 38 13 105 3 28 13 4 61 1 11 4 49 20 10 8 2 5 103 35 39 28 108 42 18 18 17 5 23 5 8 302 83 33 1 12 49 2 13 25 19 137 6 6 39 7 7 24 11 85 2 27 12 2 36 1 1 33 14 3 1 529 247 060 457 101 187 001 943 045 956 324 243 982 083 143 143 365 539 239 725 613 896 079 574 417 391 153 107 285 131 183 560 543 315 291 190 163 617 199 176 282 687 606 780 245 356 002 951 704 245 561 434 519 684 590 949 771 019 235 893 816 833 056 900 716 477 707 390 027 501 815 432 027 580 079 742 309 759 260 481 455 495 949 897 451 306 111 711 212 788 428 404 416 867 331 878 399 88 42 1 10 45 5 3 2 7 20 15 119 4 7 49 14 10 24 9 57 1 14 8 2 38 6 2 31 12 6 11 4 4 63 21 23 18 79 34 13 10 9 3 16 3 6 181 44 17 5 26

Total 175 065 988 873 201 077 580 611 000 287 084 545 180 320 499 745 489 923 333 369 616 817 888 213 411 509 687 484 329 338 622 686 063 649 865 276 380 441 298 082 739 908 402 793 572 461 846 307 303 595 670 702 487 925 728 304 257 266 423 748 769 619 327 200 308 434 458 893 623 405 757 536 121 207 670 977 178 560 198 022 400 570 783 646 662 834 144 686 787 706 164 151 245 784 175 738 264 49 24 1 6 25 3 2 4 11 9 74 2 5 29 8 5 14 6 37 1 9 5 1 23 4 1 18 6 4 9 4 3 46 16 16 13 60 27 10 7 7 2 11 2 4 117 25 10 3 15

Rural 965 948 073 104 014 875 528 246 971 414 597 162 785 683 128 070 457 931 682 139 904 282 616 307 655 343 377 220 483 746 515 480 322 279 803 732 155 641 792 835 559 807 723 373 875 871 772 724 543 849 151 402 472 698 435 143 118 834 979 508 385 263 569 602 955 761 886 195 951 025 561 934 884 377 375 703 126 299 140 276 148 518 583 127 467 453 201 657 607 133 772 767 220 925 143 380

6 15 12 77 3 2 25 5 3 16 7 46 1 14 7 1 23

3 8 7 49 2 1 14 2 1 9 5 30 1 9 4 14

21 9 2 1

13 5 1 1

6 1 1 3 24 12 5 1 1 3 1

3 2 12 6 2 1 1 2

7 1 1 5 35 20 7 2 2 4 1

5 4 28 16 6 1 1 3 1

4 3 22 13 5

2 1

116

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 116 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 87.

Occupation of Employed Black Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total Employed persons 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers Employed females 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers 218 699 29 014 11 267 945 3 128 17 747 1 366 705 268 2 744 8 923 6 764 47 840 2 898 2 794 17 894 2 812 1 805 13 277 8 704 24 254 852 4 306 1 619 1 769 52 124 3 860 4 607 1 111 43 657 16 014 14 916 3 390 233 2 799 22 487 5 345 9 957 7 139 63 844 26 874 9 633 9 067 8 783 3 340 14 930 2 840 5 697 117 511 18 976 6 419 554 2 021 12 557 442 186 100 2 465 7 098 5 643 35 244 2 526 1 360 13 245 1 509 722 11 014 7 743 18 113 574 4 212 1 472 764 34 558 3 718 1 253 164 29 587 9 953 8 825 381 21 323 3 287 393 363 2 520 25 065 15 264 5 187 1 312 1 312 224 3 078 171 1 103

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area 62 183 6 211 2 157 162 377 4 054 230 118 9 388 2 559 1 935 10 299 360 528 4 507 660 305 3 542 2 403 4 904 180 821 293 193 13 670 1 099 964 266 11 607 3 978 4 167 1 331 120 1 023 6 521 1 525 2 617 2 379 24 151 11 941 3 771 2 254 2 232 1 077 5 108 855 2 062 33 438 4 125 1 249 107 240 2 876 84 31 – 350 1 970 1 579 7 512 298 262 3 356 376 147 2 833 2 061 3 596 121 782 277 97 9 409 1 056 239 38 8 114 2 662 2 469 190 7 161 1 188 121 94 973 11 014 7 169 2 211 428 428 31 1 175 86 448

Central place 64 861 8 066 2 969 204 704 5 097 355 232 125 793 2 473 1 924 13 829 997 767 5 117 742 492 3 883 2 661 6 948 243 1 129 509 495 18 636 1 521 1 154 303 15 961 5 912 5 801 863 61 743 6 331 1 195 3 170 1 944 17 136 6 788 2 411 2 615 2 570 898 4 424 869 1 588 35 511 5 216 1 688 83 501 3 528 100 68 50 686 1 990 1 607 10 314 854 384 3 827 371 223 3 233 2 374 5 249 193 1 117 459 265 12 626 1 503 387 75 10 736 3 585 3 521 52 – 44 838 68 145 625 6 465 3 937 1 272 288 288 72 896 65 270

Urban fringe 91 655 14 737 6 141 579 2 047 8 596 781 355 134 1 563 3 891 2 905 23 712 1 541 1 499 8 270 1 410 1 008 5 852 3 640 12 402 429 2 356 817 1 081 19 818 1 240 2 489 542 16 089 6 124 4 948 1 196 52 1 033 9 635 2 625 4 170 2 816 22 557 8 145 3 451 4 198 3 981 1 365 5 398 1 116 2 047 48 562 9 635 3 482 364 1 280 6 153 258 87 50 1 429 3 138 2 457 17 418 1 374 714 6 062 762 352 4 948 3 308 9 268 260 2 313 736 402 12 523 1 159 627 51 10 737 3 706 2 835 139 14 118 1 261 204 124 922 7 586 4 158 1 704 596 596 121 1 007 20 385

Total 184 126 15 825 5 669 444 1 345 10 156 559 293 116 1 327 6 199 5 027 27 955 1 320 1 753 10 621 1 846 870 7 905 5 291 14 261 621 2 361 811 696 34 829 2 666 2 547 690 29 616 10 146 10 950 9 144 1 319 6 589 21 937 6 099 8 658 7 068 74 436 34 409 10 668 9 581 9 403 4 045 15 733 3 498 5 692 93 021 10 557 2 972 282 836 7 585 182 90 32 1 188 4 992 4 219 20 111 1 171 726 7 919 929 373 6 617 4 886 10 295 419 2 319 736 269 25 092 2 628 556 61 21 908 7 338 6 959 1 491 248 1 185 3 251 312 313 2 613 32 519 20 631 6 264 1 747 1 729 249 3 628 113 1 270

Farm 7 372 622 249 13 45 373 27 27 – 22 285 238 966 47 43 454 72 13 369 197 422 53 71 25 5 1 192 37 90 16 1 065 395 323 654 246 337 754 159 329 257 3 184 1 573 405 422 422 167 617 111 186 3 856 488 181 6 35 307 7 7 – 22 256 224 677 34 31 327 35 7 285 180 285 26 71 18 5 936 37 30 – 869 288 234 123 53 63 152 18 12 122 1 480 994 259 121 121 9 97 – 27

Total 214 055 27 584 10 926 953 3 287 16 658 1 477 775 271 2 906 7 753 5 854 47 458 3 122 2 950 16 909 2 834 1 810 12 265 7 842 24 477 959 4 272 1 646 1 912 49 668 3 602 4 598 1 193 41 468 15 039 14 320 4 179 403 3 416 23 149 5 967 10 347 6 761 62 017 24 567 8 737 9 983 9 630 3 636 15 094 3 104 5 590 113 195 17 876 6 113 568 2 140 11 763 500 240 93 2 614 6 228 4 915 34 989 2 758 1 453 12 392 1 483 693 10 216 7 106 18 386 702 4 179 1 504 805 33 342 3 482 1 251 148 28 609 9 532 8 673 664 119 512 2 987 429 374 2 173 23 337 13 746 4 605 1 492 1 480 342 3 152 157 1 194

In central city 58 980 7 368 2 774 195 661 4 594 342 225 118 772 2 101 1 576 12 698 963 727 4 514 657 475 3 382 2 300 6 494 222 1 091 462 473 16 976 1 416 1 031 294 14 529 5 322 5 276 746 56 653 5 677 1 037 2 859 1 759 15 515 6 150 2 179 2 407 2 362 777 4 002 783 1 409 32 412 4 770 1 618 86 483 3 152 94 68 43 672 1 686 1 321 9 425 820 366 3 314 322 213 2 779 2 030 4 925 178 1 079 412 249 11 543 1 398 358 66 9 787 3 197 3 213 29 – 29 697 61 100 536 5 948 3 614 1 174 257 257 65 838 65 258

Not in central city 155 075 20 216 8 152 758 2 626 12 064 1 135 550 153 2 134 5 652 4 278 34 760 2 159 2 223 12 395 2 177 1 335 8 883 5 542 17 983 737 3 181 1 184 1 439 32 692 2 186 3 567 899 26 939 9 717 9 044 3 433 347 2 763 17 472 4 930 7 488 5 002 46 502 18 417 6 558 7 576 7 268 2 859 11 092 2 321 4 181 80 783 13 106 4 495 482 1 657 8 611 406 172 50 1 942 4 542 3 594 25 564 1 938 1 087 9 078 1 161 480 7 437 5 076 13 461 524 3 100 1 092 556 21 799 2 084 893 82 18 822 6 335 5 460 635 119 483 2 290 368 274 1 637 17 389 10 132 3 431 1 235 1 223 277 2 314 92 936

Total 188 770 17 255 6 010 436 1 186 11 245 448 223 113 1 165 7 369 5 937 28 337 1 096 1 597 11 606 1 824 865 8 917 6 153 14 038 514 2 395 784 553 37 285 2 924 2 556 608 31 805 11 121 11 546 8 355 1 149 5 972 21 275 5 477 8 268 7 446 76 263 36 716 11 564 8 665 8 556 3 749 15 569 3 234 5 799 97 337 11 657 3 278 268 717 8 379 124 36 39 1 039 5 862 4 947 20 366 939 633 8 772 955 402 7 415 5 523 10 022 291 2 352 704 228 26 308 2 864 558 77 22 886 7 759 7 111 1 208 150 996 3 551 276 302 2 960 34 247 22 149 6 846 1 567 1 561 131 3 554 127 1 179

Rural 126 375 10 463 3 689 274 761 6 774 219 103 91 769 4 485 3 653 17 596 709 1 101 6 765 1 113 559 5 093 3 513 9 021 388 1 574 477 376 23 043 1 802 1 575 388 19 666 6 902 7 286 7 040 1 046 4 980 14 600 3 951 5 559 5 006 53 633 26 014 7 788 6 344 6 263 2 683 10 804 2 378 3 863 63 840 7 107 1 952 166 475 5 155 56 18 32 688 3 585 3 049 12 487 607 407 5 067 547 234 4 286 3 224 6 406 218 1 558 418 147 16 574 1 785 319 30 14 470 4 941 4 659 1 019 143 844 2 301 148 196 1 944 24 352 15 812 4 749 1 179 1 173 93 2 519 47 808

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 88.

Occupation of Employed American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total Employed persons 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers Employed females 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers 2 257 508 246 12 44 262 46 17 9 14 140 96 556 13 57 237 79 63 95 14 249 – 69 33 5 265 – 45 16 220 120 52 69 2 44 436 155 201 80 423 113 120 75 75 21 94 16 40 888 211 108 7 28 103 8 – – 9 79 60 270 6 13 106 14 23 69 14 145 – 69 17 – 174 – 6 6 168 96 24 10 2 8 53 32 6 15 170 58 62 8 8 – 42 10 17

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area 507 97 45 7 8 52 – – – 5 47 41 115 7 5 65 23 21 21 – 38 – 13 – – 42 – – – 42 32 6 34 – 11 114 54 40 20 105 36 35 8 8 – 26 6 12 206 49 25 7 – 24 – – – – 24 24 59 – – 21 – – 21 – 38 – 13 – – 36 – – – 36 26 6 – – – 8 8 – – 54 10 24 – – – 20 – 12

Central place 375 112 69 5 5 43 17 9 – – 19 – 132 – 9 38 – 7 31 5 85 – 8 12 5 18 – 4 4 14 8 – – – – 26 21 5 – 87 24 20 14 14 – 29 10 9 144 29 21 – 5 8 8 – – – – – 53 – – 20 – – 20 5 33 – 8 7 – 6 – – – 6 – – – – – 8 8 – – 48 10 20 8 8 – 10 10 –

Urban fringe 1 375 299 132 – 31 167 29 8 9 9 74 55 309 6 43 134 56 35 43 9 126 – 48 21 – 205 – 41 12 164 80 46 35 2 33 296 80 156 60 231 53 65 53 53 21 39 – 19 538 133 62 – 23 71 – – – 9 55 36 158 6 13 65 14 23 28 9 74 – 48 10 – 132 – 6 6 126 70 18 10 2 8 37 16 6 15 68 38 18 – – – 12 – 5

Total 1 817 220 116 – 7 104 11 11 – 55 13 4 378 15 38 132 25 29 78 32 193 – 29 25 – 208 – 50 14 158 85 27 65 – 50 422 98 221 103 524 236 77 70 70 41 100 52 8 718 77 28 – – 49 – – – 45 4 4 290 15 15 96 25 16 55 32 164 – 29 25 – 108 – 3 – 105 53 8 18 – 18 34 – 11 23 191 124 38 16 16 – 13 – –

Farm 22 9 8 – – 1 – – – – 1 1 6 – – 1 – – 1 1 5 – – – – 2 – – – 2 – 2 – – – – – – – 5 2 – – – 3 – – – 7 1 – – – 1 – – – – 1 1 6 – – 1 – – 1 1 5 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Total 2 567 441 224 5 28 217 36 17 9 34 78 47 681 9 87 222 59 48 115 35 363 – 75 58 5 287 – 56 18 231 89 68 28 2 26 562 153 277 132 568 193 119 97 97 42 117 31 24 1 015 187 98 – 28 89 8 – – 34 40 28 413 9 28 129 17 23 89 35 247 – 75 42 – 168 – 9 6 159 61 26 10 2 8 51 32 6 13 186 100 42 9 9 – 35 10 5

In central city 304 98 55 5 5 43 17 9 – – 19 – 116 – 9 22 – – 22 5 85 – 8 12 5 10 – 4 4 6 – – – – – 26 21 5 – 54 24 4 6 6 – 20 10 – 111 29 21 – 5 8 8 – – – – – 44 – – 11 – – 11 5 33 – 8 7 – 6 – – – 6 – – – – – 8 8 – – 24 10 4 – – – 10 10 –

Not in central city 2 263 343 169 – 23 174 19 8 9 34 59 47 565 9 78 200 59 48 93 30 278 – 67 46 – 277 – 52 14 225 89 68 28 2 26 536 132 272 132 514 169 115 91 91 42 97 21 24 904 158 77 – 23 81 – – – 34 40 28 369 9 28 118 17 23 78 30 214 – 67 35 – 162 – 9 6 153 61 26 10 2 8 43 24 6 13 162 90 38 9 9 – 25 – 5

Total 1 507 287 138 7 23 149 21 11 – 35 75 53 253 19 8 147 45 44 58 11 79 – 23 – – 186 – 39 12 147 116 11 106 – 68 296 100 145 51 379 156 78 48 48 20 77 37 24 591 101 38 7 – 63 – – – 20 43 36 147 12 – 73 22 16 35 11 62 – 23 – – 114 – – – 114 88 6 18 – 18 36 – 11 25 175 82 58 15 15 – 20 – 12

Rural 901 133 64 – 7 69 11 11 – 30 10 1 139 6 3 95 22 24 49 11 35 – – – – 99 – 39 12 60 39 5 63 – 48 184 61 100 23 283 148 49 24 24 20 42 31 3 328 34 13 – – 21 – – – 20 1 1 88 6 – 64 22 16 26 11 18 – – – – 41 – – – 41 25 – 18 – 18 29 – 11 18 118 82 29 7 7 – – – –

118

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 89.

Occupation of Employed Asian or Pacific Islander Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total Employed persons 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers Employed females 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers 8 027 2 347 759 15 111 1 588 559 363 165 253 494 112 2 059 129 257 854 236 85 533 237 819 10 113 112 9 1 422 12 111 32 1 299 855 229 16 – 16 698 175 177 346 1 485 862 289 40 40 54 240 18 73 4 132 986 317 9 83 669 117 20 62 210 205 102 1 250 109 81 444 66 27 351 152 616 2 113 112 – 861 12 27 16 822 518 113 16 – 16 232 6 16 210 787 585 131 – – – 71 – 11

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area 984 282 48 9 5 234 73 27 29 25 88 31 243 – 29 138 74 6 58 22 76 – 26 9 – 164 – – – 164 82 34 – – – 96 28 – 68 199 109 80 – – 10 – – – 563 120 14 9 5 106 29 6 10 25 37 21 127 – – 60 14 – 46 22 67 – 26 9 – 139 – – – 139 57 34 – – – 50 – – 50 127 102 25 – – – – – –

Central place 1 615 606 211 6 16 395 90 49 59 29 153 38 437 22 56 196 22 22 152 59 163 – 20 27 – 338 – 31 16 307 214 53 – – – 85 5 27 53 149 83 25 5 5 – 36 – 12 756 235 64 – 9 171 13 6 27 29 58 38 260 10 15 92 – 7 85 52 143 – 20 27 – 156 – 10 10 146 123 7 – – – 44 – – 44 61 34 19 – – – 8 – –

Urban fringe 5 428 1 459 500 – 90 959 396 287 77 199 253 43 1 379 107 172 520 140 57 323 156 580 10 67 76 9 920 12 80 16 828 559 142 16 – 16 517 142 150 225 1 137 670 184 35 35 44 204 18 61 2 813 631 239 – 69 392 75 8 25 156 110 43 863 99 66 292 52 20 220 78 406 2 67 76 – 566 12 17 6 537 338 72 16 – 16 138 6 16 116 599 449 87 – – – 63 – 11

Total 1 700 373 97 – 19 276 90 66 26 50 60 3 449 7 77 215 54 18 143 53 150 11 37 4 19 270 3 11 – 256 153 49 33 6 27 154 41 24 89 421 309 56 9 9 – 47 – 38 999 111 42 – 19 69 – – 8 32 10 3 367 7 67 175 31 9 135 53 118 11 37 – 19 174 3 – – 171 81 42 19 6 13 46 3 – 43 282 220 42 – – – 20 – 20

Farm 3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 3 – – – – – – – – – – – 3 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3 3 – – – – – – – – – – –

Total 7 692 2 296 699 6 118 1 597 579 380 150 270 469 83 1 974 136 285 769 182 90 497 205 784 21 109 93 28 1 338 12 122 32 1 204 778 228 21 – 21 619 136 201 282 1 444 886 225 44 44 44 245 18 90 3 815 954 314 – 90 640 117 20 58 212 176 83 1 207 116 116 409 52 23 334 120 566 13 109 93 19 748 12 27 16 709 430 105 16 – 16 169 9 16 144 721 572 97 – – – 52 – 11

In central city 1 338 537 147 6 16 390 90 49 59 29 153 38 334 22 40 141 22 15 104 18 131 – 20 27 – 289 – 31 16 258 162 56 – – – 62 5 27 30 116 63 25 – – – 28 – 12 570 219 53 – 9 166 13 6 27 29 58 38 171 10 6 44 – – 44 11 111 – 20 27 – 114 – 10 10 104 78 10 – – – 21 – – 21 45 26 19 – – – – – –

Not in central city 6 354 1 759 552 – 102 1 207 489 331 91 241 316 45 1 640 114 245 628 160 75 393 187 653 21 89 66 28 1 049 12 91 16 946 616 172 21 – 21 557 131 174 252 1 328 823 200 44 44 44 217 18 78 3 245 735 261 – 81 474 104 14 31 183 118 45 1 036 106 110 365 52 23 290 109 455 13 89 66 19 634 12 17 6 605 352 95 16 – 16 148 9 16 123 676 546 78 – – – 52 – 11

Total 2 035 424 157 9 12 267 70 49 41 33 85 32 534 – 49 300 108 13 179 85 185 – 41 23 – 354 3 – – 351 230 50 28 6 22 233 80 – 153 462 285 120 5 5 10 42 – 21 1 316 143 45 9 12 98 – – 12 30 39 22 410 – 32 210 45 13 152 85 168 – 41 19 – 287 3 – – 284 169 50 19 6 13 109 – – 109 348 233 76 – – – 39 – 20

Rural 756 167 37 – – 130 48 33 12 18 33 1 199 – 14 106 33 – 73 22 79 – 25 4 – 134 3 – – 131 99 9 28 6 22 43 9 – 34 185 124 38 – – – 23 – 21 513 50 13 – – 37 – – 2 15 8 1 172 – 14 96 31 – 65 22 62 – 25 – – 96 3 – – 93 67 9 19 6 13 20 – – 20 156 106 30 – – – 20 – 20

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 90.

Occupation of Employed Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total Employed persons 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers Employed females 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers 7 940 1 919 838 55 252 1 081 200 174 89 139 368 178 2 431 102 240 917 185 174 558 273 1 172 47 196 175 47 1 214 11 91 31 1 112 625 151 144 10 119 1 000 213 394 385 1 232 584 191 114 99 19 324 79 139 3 529 941 413 29 161 528 52 46 20 115 205 94 1 477 78 42 568 97 62 409 236 789 38 183 131 16 677 11 4 – 662 280 89 16 10 6 75 – 24 43 343 231 10 6 6 – 96 7 27

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area 1 263 180 54 – 30 126 19 19 – 26 52 6 338 7 30 151 49 35 67 36 150 – 34 26 8 224 6 – – 218 133 18 67 – 61 180 55 67 58 274 119 45 40 40 – 70 27 11 577 120 47 – 30 73 19 19 – 14 19 – 235 7 8 113 37 16 60 36 107 – 34 18 – 147 6 – – 141 62 18 – – – – – – – 75 62 – 6 6 – 7 – –

Central place 1 692 482 164 – 73 318 44 36 25 49 90 30 534 43 46 186 41 48 97 53 259 9 60 23 24 319 5 36 16 278 182 49 20 – 20 150 9 82 59 187 79 44 12 12 7 45 9 23 777 235 84 – 44 151 6 6 – 37 58 14 333 38 7 110 15 12 83 53 178 – 54 23 9 129 5 4 – 120 59 20 6 – 6 18 – – 18 56 36 5 – – – 15 – 8

Urban fringe 4 985 1 257 620 55 149 637 137 119 64 64 226 142 1 559 52 164 580 95 91 394 184 763 38 102 126 15 671 – 55 15 616 310 84 57 10 38 670 149 245 268 771 386 102 62 47 12 209 43 105 2 175 586 282 29 87 304 27 21 20 64 128 80 909 33 27 345 45 34 266 147 504 38 95 90 7 401 – – – 401 159 51 10 10 – 57 – 24 25 212 133 5 – – – 74 7 19

Total 3 495 592 218 2 51 374 107 93 47 37 153 131 719 13 90 247 49 50 148 73 369 8 96 44 7 416 – 22 – 394 162 110 496 29 465 496 113 224 157 776 313 136 71 71 63 193 32 96 1 290 272 95 2 39 177 14 14 6 29 118 96 462 13 41 143 15 24 104 62 265 8 96 44 – 266 – 9 – 257 100 35 30 5 25 41 16 8 17 219 118 49 6 6 6 40 – 35

Farm 70 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 16 – – – 16 – 6 14 9 5 1 – 1 – 39 19 7 9 9 – 4 4 – 25 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 10 – – – 10 – – – – – – – – – 15 8 7 – – – – – –

Total 8 446 2 089 894 55 250 1 195 263 223 94 140 415 240 2 454 108 296 845 161 152 532 255 1 205 55 236 166 39 1 152 5 93 31 1 054 533 199 300 10 279 1 109 246 417 436 1 342 618 195 113 98 53 363 84 164 3 573 998 429 29 158 569 53 47 20 123 243 140 1 490 84 83 500 63 61 376 209 823 46 223 130 16 634 5 – – 629 261 89 23 10 13 98 16 24 50 330 210 7 6 6 – 107 7 45

In central city 1 535 451 148 – 65 303 44 36 14 52 83 23 473 43 34 155 41 32 82 38 241 9 60 19 17 293 5 32 16 256 163 46 20 – 20 137 4 74 59 161 78 39 7 7 7 30 9 15 716 231 84 – 44 147 6 6 – 40 51 7 304 38 7 95 15 12 68 38 164 – 54 19 9 122 5 – – 117 59 17 6 – 6 18 – – 18 35 35 – – – – – – –

Not in central city 6 911 1 638 746 55 185 892 219 187 80 88 332 217 1 981 65 262 690 120 120 450 217 964 46 176 147 22 859 – 61 15 798 370 153 280 10 259 972 242 343 377 1 181 540 156 106 91 46 333 75 149 2 857 767 345 29 114 422 47 41 20 83 192 133 1 186 46 76 405 48 49 308 171 659 46 169 111 7 512 – – – 512 202 72 17 10 7 80 16 24 32 295 175 7 6 6 – 107 7 45

Total 2 989 422 162 2 53 260 44 44 42 36 106 69 696 7 34 319 73 72 174 91 336 – 56 53 15 478 6 20 – 452 254 62 340 29 305 387 80 201 106 666 279 132 72 72 29 154 27 71 1 246 215 79 2 42 136 13 13 6 21 80 50 449 7 – 211 49 25 137 89 231 – 56 45 – 309 6 13 – 290 119 35 23 5 18 18 – 8 10 232 139 52 6 6 6 29 – 17

Rural 1 653 258 95 2 18 163 31 31 31 15 78 56 264 – 22 112 18 15 79 30 130 – 23 19 – 193 – 16 – 177 71 41 278 29 249 243 46 124 73 417 166 82 42 42 29 98 20 46 607 113 35 2 15 78 – – 6 7 65 43 175 – – 73 6 9 58 28 102 – 23 19 – 128 – 9 – 119 40 14 23 5 18 18 – 8 10 150 83 47 – – 6 14 – 9

120

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

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Table 91.

Occupation of Employed White, Not of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total Employed persons 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers Employed females 16 years and over Managerial and professional specialty occupations Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations Officials and administrators, public administration Management and related occupations Professional specialty occupations Engineers and natural scientists Engineers Health diagnosing occupations Health assessment and treating occupations Teachers, librarians, and counselors Teachers, elementary and secondary schools Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations Health technologists and technicians Technologists and technicians, except health Sales occupations Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations Sales representatives, commodities and finance Other sales occupations Cashiers Administrative support occupations, including clerical Computer equipment operators Secretaries, stenographers, and typists Financial records processing occupations Mail and message distributing occupations Service occupations Private household occupations Protective service occupations Police and firefighters Service occupations, except protective and household Food service occupations Cleaning and building service occupations Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations Farm operators and managers Farm workers and related occupations Precision production, craft, and repair occupations Mechanics and repairers Construction trades Precision production occupations Operators, fabricators, and laborers Machine operators and tenders, except precision Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers Transportation occupations Motor vehicle operators Material moving equipment operators Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers Construction laborers Freight, stock, and material handlers 638 196 91 3 24 104 18 12 5 16 39 26 217 8 18 91 23 27 40 12 99 3 26 12 4 63 1 10 4 51 23 9 5 4 77 26 30 20 78 28 13 14 13 3 18 4 7 296 93 36 1 12 57 2 14 29 22 134 6 5 42 8 8 25 10 79 2 25 11 1 36 1 1 34 15 3 314 390 854 717 392 536 118 135 777 355 222 058 906 131 264 852 986 656 210 935 659 309 253 939 123 002 206 605 067 191 323 167 662 952 031 246 072 300 768 108 648 217 035 131 407 801 018 330 567 909 634 538 717 275 520 940 952 099 180 263 648 761 672 858 467 415 976 544 357 072 899 657 724 799 128 609 303 062 420 002 913 162 751 297 106 242 934 001 718 571 858 802 241 613 229 513

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area 138 780 39 078 18 475 850 4 368 20 603 2 627 1 680 990 2 887 9 362 6 632 43 468 1 626 3 065 19 185 5 711 4 845 8 629 2 911 19 592 584 5 551 2 571 665 14 033 335 2 210 804 11 488 4 855 2 178 1 673 417 1 005 17 518 6 059 6 261 5 179 23 010 10 242 3 974 2 959 2 710 868 4 967 1 004 1 906 65 000 18 827 7 258 362 2 176 11 569 306 126 128 2 446 6 839 5 476 27 587 1 389 1 030 9 454 2 067 1 531 5 856 2 431 15 714 418 5 489 2 306 271 8 236 309 216 30 7 711 3 328 711 218 52 166 1 572 287 297 988 8 560 4 976 2 146 403 386 42 993 46 396 538 106 52 2 13 54 9 6 2 8 22 17 156 5 12 59 16 13 28 11 78 2 20 10 3 47 8 2 38 13 9 14 6 6 96 32 35 27 116 50 20 16 15 5 23 5 8 236 53 21 7 31 1 7 17 14 101 4 3 29 5 4 18 9 64 2 20 9 1 29 1 26 10 3 2 1 7 1 5 42 25 9 1 1 5 2

Central place 124 900 46 325 19 591 743 5 317 26 734 3 309 2 036 2 075 3 534 9 677 5 434 43 889 1 733 3 670 19 866 4 772 7 017 8 077 2 216 18 620 631 4 492 2 386 918 13 765 285 1 616 553 11 864 5 924 1 942 1 079 162 831 9 742 3 267 3 908 2 552 10 100 3 233 1 510 2 088 1 920 378 2 891 652 1 198 59 814 22 292 8 028 326 2 694 14 264 555 227 273 3 051 6 919 4 774 25 726 1 360 1 162 8 770 1 740 1 947 5 083 1 730 14 434 378 4 371 2 098 468 8 029 265 311 40 7 453 3 619 723 182 15 167 783 131 170 482 2 802 1 396 545 292 261 31 538 16 283

Urban fringe 374 110 53 2 14 57 12 8 2 9 20 13 130 4 11 52 13 15 23 7 61 2 16 7 2 35 6 2 27 12 5 2 2 49 16 20 13 44 15 7 8 8 2 10 2 4 171 52 21 7 31 1 8 15 12 81 4 3 24 4 4 15 6 49 1 16 7 20 1 18 8 1 634 987 788 124 707 199 182 419 712 934 183 992 549 772 529 801 503 794 504 808 447 094 210 982 540 204 586 779 710 839 544 047 910 373 195 986 746 131 037 998 173 733 988 501 161 943 362 226 753 790 348 850 847 442 659 587 551 602 422 013 335 012 480 634 660 937 037 383 209 276 039 253 985 534 554 082 233 898 473 568 513 95 418 942 688 775 464 639 346 880 163 155 168 082 167 834

Total 472 709 327 228 455 382 355 158 139 998 674 325 232 720 501 246 756 906 584 738 765 943 377 694 490 515 896 265 971 354 926 586 623 135 627 463 934 595 665 930 882 534 641 957 698 175 304 847 332 084 221 862 637 863 262 470 318 890 562 464 734 854 765 034 920 153 961 916 081 162 236 948 857 125 863 390 217 872 705 044 069 897 114 772 102 983 675 548 366 346 969 957 451 416 293 313

Farm 15 316 2 597 1 324 85 380 1 273 187 75 64 184 592 503 3 589 147 252 1 209 349 256 604 227 1 981 65 464 354 142 1 110 17 150 83 943 273 194 3 546 2 668 757 2 024 678 696 650 2 450 1 019 411 361 338 99 560 121 154 6 318 1 296 456 14 199 840 30 – – 162 527 461 2 543 138 75 702 149 90 463 181 1 628 54 464 332 88 714 17 18 18 679 198 59 662 464 180 238 13 18 207 865 532 193 34 34 – 106 6 48 779 215 101 4 27 114 21 14 5 18 41 27 255 9 23 101 26 30 44 15 121 4 31 15 5 72 1 12 4 58 24 12 9 2 5 110 37 42 30 116 44 19 20 19 5 25 5 9 352 102 40 1 14 62 3 1 1 15 31 24 158 8 7 46 9 9 28 12 96 2 31 14 2 42 1 2 39 16 4 1 1 8 1 1 5 37 21 8 2 2 5 2

Total 241 324 323 074 689 001 906 695 958 085 885 886 425 538 284 570 306 696 568 354 033 435 798 454 210 196 415 386 709 395 720 083 391 452 942 637 665 571 183 268 929 890 308 329 548 593 500 896 305 547 245 700 899 302 067 119 019 735 372 014 915 003 110 818 108 150 560 617 984 829 434 095 460 832 321 022 342 489 960 027 595 494 090 441 546 399 475 975 381 232 663 608 447 252 347 088

In central city 107 893 41 125 16 783 672 4 726 24 342 3 058 1 887 1 963 3 182 8 729 4 756 37 832 1 513 3 316 16 904 4 028 6 253 6 623 1 772 16 099 561 3 854 1 995 815 11 279 262 1 329 439 9 688 4 741 1 565 907 147 691 8 025 2 658 3 148 2 204 8 725 2 946 1 271 1 785 1 617 333 2 390 539 991 51 466 19 808 6 940 295 2 456 12 868 508 195 260 2 764 6 236 4 187 21 925 1 209 1 107 7 178 1 427 1 715 4 036 1 338 12 431 350 3 747 1 750 440 6 550 242 280 33 6 028 2 817 567 150 9 141 588 102 106 380 2 445 1 275 444 241 210 31 454 16 240

Not in central city 671 174 84 3 22 89 18 12 3 14 33 23 217 8 19 84 22 24 37 13 104 3 27 13 4 60 1 11 4 48 19 10 8 2 5 102 35 39 27 107 41 18 18 17 5 23 4 8 300 82 33 1 12 49 2 12 25 19 136 6 6 39 7 7 24 11 84 2 27 12 2 36 1 1 33 14 3 1 348 199 540 402 963 659 848 808 995 903 156 130 593 025 968 666 278 443 945 582 934 874 944 459 395 917 153 057 270 707 979 518 484 305 251 612 007 423 979 543 983 619 523 712 215 203 961 905 839 739 305 405 443 434 559 924 759 971 136 827 990 794 003 640 681 435 524 279 553 479 687 345 020 282 079 742 309 461 143 460 445 485 949 853 444 293 095 530 106 788 422 398 416 798 331 848 397 87 42 1 10 44 5 3 1 7 20 15 118 4 7 49 14 10 24 9 57 1 14 8 2 38 6 2 31 12 6 10 4 4 63 21 23 18 78 34 13 10 9 3 16 3 6 180 44 17 5 26

Total 545 775 858 871 158 917 567 598 958 268 011 497 713 313 481 528 436 866 226 319 391 817 832 179 403 321 687 484 329 150 529 670 894 635 716 072 341 324 250 770 601 861 368 759 557 383 822 281 594 446 610 700 455 836 715 291 251 254 370 713 467 612 327 074 279 418 377 843 454 405 701 510 121 092 670 977 178 445 165 019 387 565 775 628 662 826 134 574 703 685 164 151 245 777 175 738 264 49 23 1 5 25 3 2 4 11 9 74 2 5 28 8 5 14 6 37 1 9 5 1 23 4 1 18 6 4 9 4 3 46 16 16 13 60 27 10 7 7 2 11 2 4 117 25 10 3 15

Rural 142 770 992 102 996 778 528 246 940 407 538 121 598 683 117 975 439 922 614 115 823 282 593 298 655 298 377 220 483 701 515 467 201 265 696 630 140 588 758 645 484 760 708 358 860 833 755 715 193 764 125 400 457 639 435 143 112 827 933 480 253 263 569 538 949 752 837 171 883 025 538 925 884 345 375 703 126 267 140 276 135 513 575 109 467 445 191 587 558 112 772 767 220 925 143 380

6 15 12 77 3 2 25 5 3 16 7 46 1 14 7 1 23

3 8 7 49 2 1 14 2 1 9 5 30 1 9 4 14

21 9 2 1

13 5 1 1

6 1 1 3 24 12 5 1 1 3 1

3 2 12 6 2 1 1 2

7 1 1 5 35 20 7 2 2 4 1

5 4 28 16 6 1 1 3 1

4 3 22 13 5

2 1

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 121 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

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Table 92.

Income in 1989 of White Households, Families, and Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

INCOME IN 1989
Households 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 Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Families 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 Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Married-couple families Less than $15,000 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 or more Female householder, no husband present Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Males 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Females 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Per capita income (dollars) Persons in households (dollars) Persons in group quarters (dollars) 518 25 41 42 95 90 100 79 23 18 30 37 359 7 12 22 58 66 82 70 21 16 36 43 304 25 44 55 74 67 37 43 4 4 6 11 13 2 492 21 457 226 854 924 143 704 851 580 879 296 797 532 564 716 860 908 775 109 262 507 873 554 694 892 066 680 240 078 742 071 255 534 300 956 116 763 742 657 030 170 58.5 27 251 475 896 10 731 35.4 17 924 15 209 15 512 8 618 796 087 329 029 119 518 458 984 639 633 472 353 762 119 961 870 756 531 091 363 091 980 721 136 543 133 166 436 529 515 764 110 607 816 951 2 141 2 874 721 102 521 19 495 54.0 27 037 103 357 10 584 30.7 19 477 16 915 18 134 8 097 105 6 9 9 20 17 18 14 4 5 29 39 61 1 1 3 9 10 13 12 4 4 38 50 51 4 7 8 11 11 8 8 337 122 824 141 571 219 415 528 140 377 166 892 512 248 827 694 114 038 067 721 138 665 116 971 008 260 911 235 553 859 190 485 443 577 235 575 308 347 438 119 62.2 27 821 258 615 11 084 38.6 17 976 14 859 14 948 10 573 290 11 19 22 52 53 60 48 14 8 32 37 212 4 6 12 34 40 50 43 13 7 37 42 181 14 25 33 45 41 20 24 2 2 3 6 8 1 279 22 324 017 701 754 453 967 978 068 100 286 735 105 290 349 072 344 905 540 104 423 644 909 572 663 515 287 163 407 660 697 301 939 250 563 930 047 560 589 110 071 19 922 53.2 26 034 113 924 10 044 32.3 16 749 14 597 14 864 7 390 122 8 12 11 22 19 21 16 5 4 27 35 85 2 4 6 14 15 19 14 4 3 34 41 71 7 11 13 17 13 8 10 1 1 1 3 2 698 505 784 523 524 098 174 894 226 970 170 316 035 321 953 542 656 160 229 513 423 238 013 349 740 511 052 250 510 424 993 065 690 925 025 648 330 447 227 854 59.7 25 450 366 830 9 954 38.7 16 233 12 801 12 925 5 535 404 22 35 35 76 74 80 56 14 8 29 34 321 7 15 24 59 64 74 53 13 8 33 38 280 33 48 57 69 51 20 29 2 3 5 8 7 1 399 19 11 593 595 978 1 053 2 016 2 125 2 068 1 844 464 450 30 002 38 772 9 503 179 464 751 1 707 1 852 1 920 1 758 440 432 33 777 43 031 8 633 1 126 1 531 1 649 1 779 1 712 836 552 30 52 103 122 213 32 11 762 19 694 54.6 25 443 10 394 9 690 34.1 16 043 15 125 15 125 – 594 27 46 46 106 105 119 95 27 19 31 37 433 8 15 27 70 80 101 86 25 17 36 43 372 32 54 68 92 82 41 46 4 5 6 12 15 2 578 21 823 486 324 605 808 532 966 742 324 036 435 649 383 616 781 174 530 880 340 502 285 275 687 158 241 743 216 346 885 709 342 445 264 148 496 761 017 759 168 264 60.3 27 415 545 031 10 686 37.4 17 637 14 612 14 886 6 878 89 5 8 7 16 14 15 13 4 4 30 40 50 690 236 256 340 009 677 895 252 092 933 215 035 759 829 1 613 2 893 7 123 8 491 11 015 10 876 3 571 4 348 40 545 52 067 42 220 3 078 5 025 6 668 9 668 10 133 7 648 6 693 430 662 760 1 730 2 477 634 82 981 20 072 51.5 29 790 89 228 10 555 30.1 20 120 17 194 18 782 5 270 133 250 068 265 799 855 071 490 232 103 623 225 624 787 168 281 407 389 325 626 714 927 275 976 021 665 191 678 217 576 694 752 834 486 736 031 540 125 187 425 61.8 27 228 455 803 10 706 38.9 17 343 14 194 14 318 8 355 505 22 38 39 90 90 104 82 23 14 31 37 382 7 14 24 63 72 90 75 21 12 36 41 330 29 49 61 83 72 33 39 3 4 5 11 12 2 495 21 328 20 31 31 64 59 61 40 10 8 27 33 247 6 13 20 47 49 55 37 10 7 31 37 212 26 38 43 51 35 16 26 2 3 4 7 6 1 313 19 332 245 314 842 859 270 059 732 781 230 416 356 216 421 032 276 901 389 151 518 011 517 947 980 565 448 076 982 367 786 906 154 726 733 645 650 055 345 089 181 56.6 24 199 297 695 9 843 35.6 15 971 13 201 13 284 10 202 425 242 127 164 591 585 210 434 161 911 257 257 489 220 248 823 779 616 496 934 767 606 359 327 995 098 576 176 261 873 011 695 612 320 858 620 515 770 198 527 18 884 57.9 24 095 186 834 9 646 37.6 15 697 12 314 12 380 6 557 207 13 20 20 40 38 39 25 6 3 27 32 162 4 9 13 31 33 36 23 5 3 31 36 140 19 25 30 34 22 9 15 1 2 2 4 3

MEDIAN INCOME IN 1989 BY SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS
Family type and presence of own children: Families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Married-couple families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Female householder, no husband present (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Workers in family in 1989: No workers (dollars) 1 worker (dollars) 2 or more workers (dollars) Husband and wife worked (dollars) Nonfamily households (dollars) Male householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) Female householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) 36 36 33 39 41 35 20 16 11 19 27 43 44 17 23 21 12 14 12 8 694 779 311 975 064 165 174 851 186 824 370 214 620 517 464 336 998 045 767 638 38 38 35 42 43 37 22 19 12 22 29 45 47 18 23 21 14 15 14 10 721 448 626 185 781 487 784 053 587 746 920 746 021 719 711 771 980 790 630 328 37 37 33 40 41 35 20 17 11 18 27 43 44 18 25 22 12 15 13 8 116 526 987 204 319 657 793 599 714 980 664 456 802 994 126 016 068 084 558 380 34 33 30 37 38 31 16 14 7 19 25 41 42 13 19 18 13 10 10 7 572 693 322 472 212 773 930 276 972 352 605 154 305 376 673 482 082 744 091 895 33 34 31 35 36 32 17 15 11 13 23 40 40 12 19 17 7 8 8 6 013 421 385 270 959 007 668 266 875 671 024 155 986 200 230 408 796 873 252 524 33 37 32 35 38 31 19 14 11 14 24 40 41 11 18 17 13 8 8 7 777 107 795 069 508 161 667 167 250 646 712 286 207 436 815 953 508 566 325 439 36 37 34 39 40 35 20 17 11 17 26 43 44 17 22 21 10 13 12 7 687 269 105 608 865 567 377 208 896 070 729 286 615 179 919 011 298 380 081 950 40 41 39 44 47 41 23 20 13 22 31 47 49 18 24 22 15 15 14 10 545 495 581 485 174 015 564 227 102 986 390 354 367 907 235 110 165 954 794 112 36 36 33 39 40 34 19 16 11 16 26 42 44 16 22 20 9 12 11 7 275 928 496 005 384 930 855 870 786 199 302 757 020 736 542 725 492 519 359 462 31 32 29 34 35 30 17 14 10 15 22 38 39 12 19 17 9 9 9 7 947 292 390 411 643 393 090 264 494 715 849 742 745 926 475 677 837 994 194 232 31 32 29 33 35 30 16 14 10 13 21 38 39 11 17 16 7 8 7 6 359 429 818 345 330 642 731 025 522 174 926 267 208 397 898 543 932 470 940 535

INCOME TYPE IN 1989
Households With earnings Mean earnings (dollars) With wage or salary income Mean wage or salary income (dollars) With nonfarm self-employment income Mean nonfarm self-employment income (dollars) With farm self-employment income Mean farm self-employment income (dollars) With interest, dividend, or net rental income Mean interest, dividend, or net rental income (dollars) With Social Security income Mean Social Security income (dollars) With public assistance income Mean public assistance income (dollars) With retirement income Mean retirement income (dollars) With other income Mean other income (dollars) 518 423 36 410 35 59 19 3 7 218 6 137 7 19 3 89 11 51 4 457 943 692 856 041 128 123 767 407 151 978 888 855 522 512 708 228 265 341 105 83 38 80 35 12 24 796 578 151 593 638 648 307 842 10 721 50 342 9 31 8 3 3 17 11 9 5 152 008 009 631 742 879 481 283 041 290 247 37 240 35 32 17 1 6 119 5 65 7 9 3 48 11 29 4 337 516 087 803 708 787 353 881 312 039 166 741 698 445 506 532 194 590 209 122 92 34 89 32 13 18 1 6 48 9 41 7 6 3 23 11 12 4 324 849 326 460 705 693 575 044 705 770 158 139 988 446 390 297 104 392 134 404 332 34 320 33 47 16 11 8 130 5 109 7 18 3 60 9 36 3 698 775 756 425 306 197 798 863 507 835 859 069 302 721 372 521 262 962 652 11 10 32 8 29 1 18 4 9 5 593 025 886 429 912 800 075 584 820 500 594 497 37 483 35 68 18 6 7 233 6 145 7 21 3 92 10 55 4 823 936 367 261 789 825 291 664 784 624 000 965 622 457 509 855 373 563 240 89 70 39 68 36 10 24 690 553 131 073 590 741 312 725 12 280 43 488 9 26 8 3 3 14 11 7 5 163 749 020 017 846 997 116 493 153 505 427 37 415 35 58 17 5 7 190 5 119 7 18 3 77 10 48 4 133 383 076 188 658 084 177 939 235 136 276 216 532 440 454 858 230 070 097 328 258 32 248 31 37 17 8 8 115 7 100 7 16 3 57 10 32 3 332 782 903 020 341 500 725 966 582 362 691 992 595 786 359 374 538 664 734 207 166 32 159 31 23 16 7 8 65 6 61 7 11 3 32 9 19 3 425 119 601 130 165 400 524 864 856 771 378 320 254 006 363 458 455 621 417

10 242 4 586 7 254 574 3 623 2 259 10 674 846 4 740

122

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 122 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 93.

Income in 1989 of Black Households, Families, and Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

INCOME IN 1989
Households 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 Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Families 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 Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Married-couple families Less than $15,000 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 or more Female householder, no husband present Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Males 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Females 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Per capita income (dollars) Persons in households (dollars) Persons in group quarters (dollars) 182 31 27 24 38 26 19 10 2 001 371 960 290 713 473 912 474 004 804 16 529 21 169 133 944 17 759 18 078 17 992 29 050 21 509 17 468 9 522 1 859 707 19 003 23 556 66 285 12 795 15 102 14 443 13 538 8 218 2 189 59 808 15 006 12 403 10 371 11 840 8 957 1 231 153 424 11 757 47.5 17 404 191 999 7 111 32.5 14 081 7 141 7 200 5 967 56 10 9 7 11 7 5 2 049 970 653 500 770 463 121 796 463 313 14 928 19 819 39 746 5 922 5 899 5 534 8 718 6 014 4 498 2 468 412 281 17 247 22 428 17 424 3 729 4 196 3 776 3 212 2 000 511 19 936 5 175 4 187 3 323 3 868 2 878 505 47 763 10 881 43.6 16 844 61 663 6 500 28.8 13 730 6 917 6 978 6 161 69 7 8 8 15 11 10 5 1 125 962 025 630 529 465 451 570 145 348 21 018 24 991 52 558 4 897 5 422 6 312 11 197 9 095 9 114 5 161 1 061 299 23 263 27 161 30 213 4 412 6 154 6 373 7 382 4 646 1 246 19 420 3 921 3 646 3 581 4 306 3 558 408 61 350 14 203 53.9 19 119 70 135 9 021 39.0 15 395 8 309 8 349 7 178 827 439 282 160 414 545 340 108 396 143 13 255 17 850 41 640 6 940 6 757 6 146 9 135 6 400 3 856 1 893 386 127 15 874 20 082 18 648 4 654 4 752 4 294 2 944 1 572 432 20 452 5 910 4 570 3 467 3 666 2 521 318 44 311 10 225 42.7 15 970 60 201 6 172 28.6 12 513 5 936 6 003 4 169 56 12 10 8 11 7 4 2 142 23 22 19 30 20 16 7 1 848 398 932 306 249 870 750 581 369 393 16 590 20 993 112 662 11 807 15 665 15 484 26 059 19 010 15 762 7 200 1 303 372 19 791 23 626 67 513 16 939 15 733 14 077 13 079 6 188 1 497 38 289 7 959 7 964 7 071 8 403 5 987 905 131 032 10 897 45.8 16 869 150 271 6 752 32.1 12 702 6 397 6 451 3 779 5 294 851 779 738 1 155 838 620 288 15 10 16 895 20 550 4 467 546 625 600 1 026 792 595 261 13 9 19 463 22 079 2 737 755 629 613 508 212 20 1 466 324 298 285 339 189 31 4 807 10 378 43.5 17 138 5 929 6 484 28.3 12 016 5 857 5 857 – 166 25 24 20 35 25 21 11 2 691 006 005 751 595 242 582 432 258 820 18 269 22 961 125 181 13 593 15 561 15 501 27 115 20 886 19 185 10 506 2 111 723 21 183 25 585 67 869 12 440 14 452 14 323 15 057 9 106 2 491 49 931 10 759 9 988 8 600 10 695 8 574 1 315 148 043 12 209 48.5 18 312 176 350 7 438 34.5 14 516 7 541 7 638 5 422 50 9 8 6 10 6 4 2 598 704 689 884 475 848 702 552 436 308 15 016 20 063 35 725 5 213 5 272 5 061 7 686 5 493 4 098 2 233 393 276 17 305 22 710 15 392 3 222 3 568 3 420 2 868 1 827 487 18 160 4 602 3 727 3 121 3 531 2 714 465 42 246 10 685 42.5 16 942 55 613 6 611 29.4 13 791 6 973 7 117 5 083 116 15 15 13 25 18 16 8 1 093 302 316 867 120 394 880 880 822 512 20 104 24 224 89 456 8 380 10 289 10 440 19 429 15 393 15 087 8 273 1 718 447 22 579 26 733 52 477 9 218 10 884 10 903 12 189 7 279 2 004 31 771 6 157 6 261 5 479 7 164 5 860 850 105 797 13 031 50.9 18 863 120 737 7 981 36.8 14 808 7 779 7 848 5 732 158 29 26 22 33 22 15 6 1 158 763 887 845 367 101 080 623 115 377 14 896 19 121 121 425 15 973 18 182 17 975 27 994 19 633 14 045 6 216 1 051 356 17 609 21 529 65 929 17 294 16 383 14 197 11 560 5 300 1 195 48 166 12 206 10 379 8 842 9 548 6 370 821 136 413 10 539 44.8 16 143 165 920 6 445 30.0 12 318 6 041 6 061 5 322 558 162 824 532 391 396 709 535 755 254 15 688 19 868 78 980 8 771 11 574 11 605 18 535 13 118 10 109 4 320 715 233 18 664 22 370 46 459 12 430 11 273 9 823 8 406 3 708 819 27 712 6 078 5 894 5 317 5 932 3 959 532 89 969 10 531 45.1 16 252 105 097 6 611 31.0 12 267 6 087 6 119 3 957 100 17 16 14 21 14 10 4

MEDIAN INCOME IN 1989 BY SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS
Family type and presence of own children: Families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Married-couple families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Female householder, no husband present (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Workers in family in 1989: No workers (dollars) 1 worker (dollars) 2 or more workers (dollars) Husband and wife worked (dollars) Nonfamily households (dollars) Male householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) Female householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) 19 17 15 28 29 26 11 8 5 003 412 239 352 947 027 076 383 788 17 247 15 468 12 725 26 820 28 046 24 183 10 802 7 741 5 000– 5 000– 11 663 28 497 31 533 7 738 11 801 9 907 5 835 5 833 5 400 5 000– 23 22 20 31 32 27 12 10 7 263 288 046 994 847 992 661 730 459 15 14 11 24 26 22 9 7 5 874 301 352 817 542 795 548 014 385 19 21 19 25 27 25 12 10 7 791 069 615 590 708 893 001 232 099 19 20 16 24 26 24 11 10 12 463 091 471 831 117 821 652 849 100 21 20 17 29 31 28 12 9 6 183 606 723 829 341 077 202 980 588 17 15 12 27 28 25 11 7 5 305 453 598 328 845 973 039 981 105 22 22 20 30 32 28 12 10 7 579 750 494 487 031 790 985 858 891 17 17 15 24 26 23 10 8 5 609 810 872 540 501 434 744 192 514 18 20 18 24 26 24 11 9 6 664 016 427 554 748 377 498 858 212

5 000– 12 093 29 995 33 207 9 055 12 698 11 391 5 809 6 479 5 870 5 000–

5 060 13 400 33 057 36 512 13 752 16 310 14 773 6 747 10 976 9 568 5 000–

5 000– 11 281 26 947 29 520 6 542 9 837 9 135 5 385 5 117 5 000– 5 000–

5 409 12 787 29 010 31 604 6 282 8 839 8 160 5 022 5 000– 5 000– 5 000–

5 000– 12 287 27 405 30 472 7 229 10 112 9 350 5 337 5 291 5 000– 5 000–

5 149 12 884 31 540 34 999 9 608 13 296 11 717 5 770 6 778 6 098 5 000–

5 000– 11 731 28 886 31 827 7 931 12 057 10 175 5 890 5 959 5 516 5 000–

5 264 13 575 32 462 35 809 10 677 13 927 12 324 5 688 7 481 6 591 5 000–

5 137 12 004 27 337 30 012 6 340 9 074 8 332 5 193 5 000– 5 000– 5 000–

5 399 12 339 27 723 30 330 6 149 8 390 7 793 5 006 5 000– 5 000– 5 000–

INCOME TYPE IN 1989
Households With earnings Mean earnings (dollars) With wage or salary income Mean wage or salary income (dollars) With nonfarm self-employment income Mean nonfarm self-employment income (dollars) With farm self-employment income Mean farm self-employment income (dollars) With interest, dividend, or net rental income Mean interest, dividend, or net rental income (dollars) With Social Security income Mean Social Security income (dollars) With public assistance income Mean public assistance income (dollars) With retirement income Mean retirement income (dollars) With other income Mean other income (dollars) 182 145 22 142 22 9 9 001 092 838 780 560 217 906 526 2 313 14 305 2 43 5 31 2 19 6 20 2 025 118 245 831 841 844 700 330 984 56 42 21 42 21 2 10 049 977 635 179 348 752 474 167 3 205 4 107 350 438 282 695 701 472 618 566 762 69 59 25 59 25 4 10 125 923 836 009 494 100 560 162 2 989 6 874 750 214 364 112 833 540 229 318 317 56 42 19 41 19 2 8 827 192 804 592 624 365 111 197 1 000 3 324 191 466 114 024 960 832 105 446 832 142 112 23 110 22 6 9 1 4 9 1 38 5 27 2 14 5 14 2 848 016 082 219 817 968 225 454 456 088 807 432 119 570 957 399 595 272 663 5 4 21 4 21 294 378 494 251 364 248 6 683 282 5 751 345 2 014 1 375 5 152 924 3 313 593 3 921 559 2 731 166 136 24 134 24 9 10 691 229 585 010 279 252 037 719 3 757 13 853 940 791 257 092 801 737 670 316 014 50 39 21 38 21 2 10 598 076 815 355 529 450 678 164 3 240 3 635 468 970 278 367 664 826 674 797 789 116 97 25 95 25 6 9 093 153 699 655 381 802 805 555 3 909 10 218 753 821 246 725 882 911 668 519 127 158 120 21 118 20 6 9 1 3 9 1 42 5 34 2 15 5 17 2 158 879 096 989 862 933 047 261 961 540 940 759 120 309 964 506 710 286 689 100 78 21 76 21 4 9 1 4 5 1 27 5 20 2 9 5 10 2 558 119 835 881 579 452 436 083 375 838 845 432 105 906 956 573 501 566 546

2 15 5 10 2 6 6 6 2

1 12 5 8 2 7 7 7 3

2 15 5 13 2 5 6 6 2

1 38 5 25 2 18 6 17 3

2 13 5 9 2 5 6 5 2

1 24 5 15 2 12 6 11 3

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 123 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

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Table 94.

Income in 1989 of American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Households, Families, and Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

INCOME IN 1989
Households 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 Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Families 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 Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Married-couple families Less than $15,000 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 or more Female householder, no husband present Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Males 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Females 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Per capita income (dollars) Persons in households (dollars) Persons in group quarters (dollars) 1 806 178 224 212 439 261 298 153 9 32 21 286 26 550 1 367 76 119 156 389 218 261 120 5 23 22 565 28 631 1 028 192 273 205 223 107 28 241 57 56 34 73 15 6 2 042 15 672 55.8 20 543 1 430 7 533 31.2 15 760 10 609 10 792 8 341 303 72 5 56 90 29 38 13 – – 16 156 19 966 172 30 – 36 69 7 17 13 – – 16 250 21 228 144 47 60 7 17 13 – 28 11 – 8 9 – – 373 13 125 42.4 17 353 284 7 000 28.2 15 000 9 249 9 254 9 232 1 028 57 120 55 272 195 190 106 9 24 25 481 29 982 855 32 46 50 267 187 180 73 5 15 26 354 30 644 640 53 167 174 160 66 20 124 32 18 13 57 4 – 1 188 17 754 61.0 21 066 796 7 705 34.7 15 821 12 153 12 364 7 131 475 49 99 101 77 37 70 34 – 8 14 201 23 324 340 14 73 70 53 24 64 34 – 8 18 500 27 312 244 92 46 24 46 28 8 89 14 38 13 7 11 6 481 12 095 53.4 21 250 350 7 547 25.7 15 643 8 486 8 513 8 074 1 423 109 176 112 322 205 312 129 17 41 24 732 31 408 1 218 78 120 106 267 199 296 102 17 33 27 021 32 570 999 175 215 188 269 102 50 168 56 47 12 33 20 – 1 453 15 447 58.2 20 607 1 048 7 963 34.3 14 264 9 901 10 027 3 235 15 2 2 – – – 3 – – 8 100 230 65 314 15 2 2 – – – 3 – – 8 100 230 65 314 11 – – – 3 – 8 4 2 2 – – – – 15 60 138 100.0 60 138 19 8 542 26.3 21 250 14 526 14 526 – 1 940 158 201 155 472 302 382 196 9 65 24 375 31 629 1 517 79 96 108 418 265 350 148 5 48 27 578 33 740 1 204 172 299 254 285 141 53 194 55 12 30 67 30 – 2 207 16 276 55.2 21 446 1 566 8 280 35.1 15 352 11 807 12 051 7 713 278 72 5 47 90 22 29 13 – – 15 938 19 311 147 30 – 27 69 – 8 13 – – 16 031 20 205 119 38 60 – 8 13 – 28 11 – 8 9 – – 311 12 112 38.3 18 594 242 5 625 28.1 20 167 9 373 9 538 8 762 1 662 86 196 108 382 280 353 183 9 65 27 670 33 689 1 370 49 96 81 349 265 342 135 5 48 30 135 35 192 1 085 134 239 254 277 128 53 166 44 12 22 58 30 – 1 896 16 991 58.0 21 739 1 324 8 609 36.3 15 195 12 184 12 367 6 636 1 289 129 199 169 289 164 228 86 17 8 20 351 24 270 1 068 75 143 154 238 152 207 74 17 8 22 283 25 866 823 195 189 139 207 68 25 215 58 91 16 39 5 6 1 288 14 455 59.5 19 362 912 7 157 28.1 14 630 8 072 8 117 6 943 802 69 122 57 199 122 156 52 17 8 22 788 26 580 719 61 92 57 180 115 149 40 17 8 23 561 27 214 568 105 139 110 149 40 25 129 44 46 3 31 5 – 769 14 219 58.8 19 541 492 6 912 30.9 14 306 8 018 8 134 858

MEDIAN INCOME IN 1989 BY SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS
Family type and presence of own children: Families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Married-couple families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Female householder, no husband present (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Workers in family in 1989: No workers (dollars) 1 worker (dollars) 2 or more workers (dollars) Husband and wife worked (dollars) Nonfamily households (dollars) Male householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) Female householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) 22 23 25 27 29 26 10 7 6 565 587 950 042 010 029 721 095 147 16 250 16 731 14 444 16 563 17 308 23 750 13 438 5 000– 5 000– 13 13 24 24 14 18 14 750 229 306 464 812 250 231 – 13 929 12 857 5 360 26 354 29 167 29 444 31 017 31 310 30 431 12 308 10 481 5 000– 5 771 21 335 31 292 32 717 8 555 20 208 8 674 100 638 5 961 5 983 5 000– 18 13 14 23 14 14 8 6 8 5 14 31 32 10 33 33 500 167 792 333 792 097 344 284 374 27 27 23 31 31 36 7 8 6 021 292 672 033 768 000 213 851 534 100 100 5 101 101 230 724 360 277 277 – 5 000 5 360 5 360 27 578 28 892 27 206 30 778 31 377 29 643 15 000 10 795 5 000– 6 18 34 34 13 17 8 6 10 9 5 889 665 375 853 009 500 627 915 739 034 834 16 031 16 058 5 000– 16 344 16 635 23 750 13 438 5 000– 5 000– 13 12 23 23 14 18 14 750 917 194 036 812 250 231 – 13 929 12 857 5 360 30 30 28 31 32 30 16 11 11 5 20 35 35 11 17 7 6 10 8 5 135 273 472 686 161 216 786 136 250 657 369 187 375 023 031 112 915 284 666 700 22 23 22 26 27 32 6 6 6 5 16 32 34 7 20 20 283 430 500 348 384 143 769 741 103 23 24 22 28 30 35 6 7 5 5 16 33 34 6 10 9 561 779 857 594 208 812 392 916 089

6 439 19 111 30 842 32 066 11 008 21 100 20 200 100 638 7 515 6 312 5 000–

184 375 250 396 524 654 077 – 8 160 5 690 5 000–

5 700 16 780 35 351 35 741 9 462 15 357 8 889 5 360 6 008 6 008 5 000–

– 5 000 101 277 102 264 – – – – – – –

631 836 165 375 596 714 848 – 5 000– 5 000– 5 000–

691 797 707 545 418 938 274 – 5 000– 5 000– 5 000–

INCOME TYPE IN 1989
Households With earnings Mean earnings (dollars) With wage or salary income Mean wage or salary income (dollars) With nonfarm self-employment income Mean nonfarm self-employment income (dollars) With farm self-employment income Mean farm self-employment income (dollars) With interest, dividend, or net rental income Mean interest, dividend, or net rental income (dollars) With Social Security income Mean Social Security income (dollars) With public assistance income Mean public assistance income (dollars) With retirement income Mean retirement income (dollars) With other income Mean other income (dollars) 1 1 26 1 26 806 598 988 510 344 239 13 987 37 109 391 1 696 222 4 982 189 3 076 168 10 977 198 3 174 303 278 18 643 231 20 840 68 5 423 – – 63 1 596 34 6 441 44 4 582 43 4 723 37 3 855 1 028 920 30 239 879 30 534 115 8 423 12 1 000 221 2 312 120 4 816 54 1 793 86 16 506 121 3 275 475 400 25 309 400 20 315 56 35 813 25 –317 107 482 68 4 546 91 3 110 39 5 682 40 2 241 1 1 33 1 31 423 194 313 168 338 205 14 791 36 3 906 198 3 658 255 5 452 114 4 117 167 7 097 183 6 276 15 15 60 833 13 68 962 10 640 8 1 200 8 3 600 3 3 111 3 9 264 3 426 – – 1 1 31 1 31 940 739 672 658 082 219 15 680 29 3 793 395 2 787 231 5 296 100 3 522 214 10 155 240 5 970 278 253 17 796 206 20 067 68 5 423 – – 54 1 849 34 6 441 44 4 582 43 4 723 37 3 855 1 1 34 1 32 662 486 034 452 645 151 20 300 29 3 793 341 2 935 197 5 098 56 2 689 171 11 521 203 6 356 1 1 26 1 24 289 053 424 020 362 225 13 071 44 788 194 1 478 246 5 174 203 3 442 121 7 077 141 2 441 802 652 28 845 628 26 296 158 14 241 19 2 242 88 2 670 167 5 523 94 4 089 104 7 446 100 1 940

124

SOUTH CAROLINA

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS

TIPSII [UPF] GP245 CENSUS90 71583900 08/ 26/ 93 4:10 PM MACHINE: C DATA:CENSUS90* P2TIPSDA45. 08/ 12/ 93 02:38:28 TAPE: NONE FRAME: 124 TSF:CENSUS90* 92. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 UTF:CENSUS90* 93. 08/ 12/ 93 02:39:05 META:CENSUS90* P2TABLES45. 08/ 12/ 93 03:10:29

Table 95.

Income in 1989 of Asian or Pacific Islander Households, Families, and Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

INCOME IN 1989
Households 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 Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Families 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 Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Married-couple families Less than $15,000 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 or more Female householder, no husband present Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Males 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Females 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Per capita income (dollars) Persons in households (dollars) Persons in group quarters (dollars) 4 465 351 308 379 790 812 802 662 247 114 30 129 36 004 3 310 208 144 209 534 594 682 607 239 93 34 315 40 722 2 797 329 453 507 587 589 332 375 83 31 91 51 101 18 5 251 16 703 56.4 24 251 5 251 9 176 37.9 16 329 11 583 11 829 6 968 959 75 118 96 215 180 130 126 7 12 24 234 28 667 670 43 57 63 137 123 106 122 7 12 26 458 32 643 566 101 131 112 88 115 19 60 22 6 14 – 11 7 1 324 15 132 54.8 19 411 1 055 7 513 28.1 16 214 9 034 9 384 7 201 2 925 209 155 202 443 573 604 430 231 78 32 531 38 172 2 286 135 87 121 319 425 530 389 223 57 36 842 41 597 1 902 191 244 349 460 378 280 290 54 25 66 51 83 11 3 265 19 227 58.6 27 586 3 461 9 958 41.5 17 122 12 700 12 799 6 632 581 67 35 81 132 59 68 106 9 24 24 028 37 199 354 30 – 25 78 46 46 96 9 24 32 250 50 356 329 37 78 46 39 96 33 25 7 – 11 – 7 – 662 12 857 49.2 20 769 735 7 515 34.6 11 379 10 347 10 522 6 119 738 47 25 59 129 115 185 92 43 43 34 444 42 290 598 28 14 39 109 88 146 92 39 43 36 875 46 328 476 51 52 71 137 92 73 92 – – 20 46 26 – 819 18 271 60.1 27 273 1 311 9 757 41.8 16 346 10 517 10 737 4 698 6 6 – – – – – – – – 5 000– 4 884 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 13 3 194 – – 3 546 3 546 – 4 236 320 301 322 692 779 838 604 268 112 31 359 36 555 3 169 193 158 177 457 566 709 558 260 91 35 644 41 061 2 673 318 390 471 612 540 342 339 76 31 66 37 111 18 5 019 16 737 54.6 26 391 4 863 9 367 37.7 17 035 11 626 11 962 4 710 826 75 118 72 180 143 125 94 7 12 23 857 28 124 547 43 57 39 112 82 101 94 7 12 26 875 32 891 461 91 106 75 83 87 19 42 22 6 – – 7 7 1 074 12 460 49.4 21 639 822 6 694 24.0 16 575 8 438 9 151 4 415 3 410 245 183 250 512 636 713 510 261 100 32 673 38 598 2 622 150 101 138 345 484 608 464 253 79 37 447 42 765 2 212 227 284 396 529 453 323 297 54 25 66 37 104 11 3 945 17 508 56.0 27 907 4 041 9 851 40.5 17 156 12 379 12 538 5 191 967 78 32 116 227 148 149 150 22 45 25 857 38 386 739 43 – 71 186 116 119 141 18 45 27 199 43 802 600 62 115 107 112 141 63 128 7 – 45 60 16 – 1 051 17 430 68.1 19 474 1 699 8 876 41.3 14 673 10 561 10 446 12 578 317 26 2 49 55 52 59 34 13 27 27 721 42 328 253 19 – 29 54 36 45 34 9 27 27 450 46 201 193 28 19 31 45 34 36 49 – – 20 24 5 – 293 21 250 62.8 26 316 675 9 150 40.9 15 862 10 741 10 697 15 867

MEDIAN INCOME IN 1989 BY SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS
Family type and presence of own children: Families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Married-couple families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Female householder, no husband present (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Workers in family in 1989: No workers (dollars) 1 worker (dollars) 2 or more workers (dollars) Husband and wife worked (dollars) Nonfamily households (dollars) Male householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) Female householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) 34 35 32 38 40 28 13 12 12 315 154 591 194 396 824 713 417 321 26 458 26 385 24 901 27 406 27 061 28 250 10 357 5 000– – 034 969 155 897 880 321 552 – 12 212 10 962 11 833 5 17 33 33 17 22 22 36 37 33 41 41 27 15 15 12 842 102 833 000 700 237 000 625 321 32 45 32 41 46 41 11 10 250 208 143 750 458 250 250 455 – 36 39 35 41 44 23 20 20 13 9 33 40 45 17 23 35 875 150 714 304 808 125 119 893 750 – – – – – – – – – – – – – 000– – – – 000– 000– 000– 35 36 33 39 40 29 14 14 12 644 726 933 279 428 412 743 519 321 26 875 27 143 29 500 28 812 28 409 32 614 5 000– 5 000– – 034 063 179 817 083 536 893 – 12 212 10 962 11 833 5 19 35 35 17 20 20 37 38 34 40 41 29 15 15 12 447 480 542 938 563 063 461 313 321 27 30 26 38 44 24 17 17 13 11 25 38 41 15 22 23 199 179 250 472 562 276 981 679 750 27 450 39 444 32 813 40 417 48 971 5 000– 16 607 15 893 13 750 20 25 37 52 15 19 16 417 812 917 912 833 167 250 – 15 278 15 278 5 000–

5 000– 25 110 40 453 41 541 18 815 22 946 23 828 – 12 756 12 004 12 917

5 000– 26 510 41 825 42 917 21 705 26 250 28 424 – 13 636 13 750 14 028

5 000– 26 912 45 982 45 714 12 470 14 643 15 288 – 11 384 10 759 –

424 125 417 114 273 333 083 – 16 333 16 333 5 000–

5

5 5 5

5 000– 26 588 40 802 42 014 19 771 23 026 24 167 – 13 949 13 182 12 917

5 000– 30 824 41 732 42 809 20 864 23 906 27 772 – 14 119 14 091 14 028

667 172 056 500 278 917 542 – 12 200 11 750 5 000–

INCOME TYPE IN 1989
Households With earnings Mean earnings (dollars) With wage or salary income Mean wage or salary income (dollars) With nonfarm self-employment income Mean nonfarm self-employment income (dollars) With farm self-employment income Mean farm self-employment income (dollars) With interest, dividend, or net rental income Mean interest, dividend, or net rental income (dollars) With Social Security income Mean Social Security income (dollars) With public assistance income Mean public assistance income (dollars) With retirement income Mean retirement income (dollars) With other income Mean other income (dollars) 4 4 35 4 34 465 175 399 056 314 467 18 439 22 24 1 722 3 399 250 5 375 217 3 567 473 8 194 305 3 675 959 890 28 543 873 26 477 74 30 924 9 55 409 1 986 47 6 549 71 3 814 60 7 473 49 5 095 925 719 627 628 285 335 12 908 – – 1 133 3 757 171 5 095 129 3 350 374 7 895 230 3 611 2 2 37 2 37 581 566 35 474 555 32 576 58 34 460 13 2 180 4 349 32 5 148 17 4 185 39 12 167 26 1 574 738 698 41 746 684 38 654 101 26 708 10 187 284 2 230 88 7 358 28 1 958 46 5 911 56 8 287 6 – – – – – – – – – – 6 3 216 6 1 668 – – – – 4 3 36 3 35 236 952 064 835 228 458 16 210 19 124 1 627 3 331 271 5 337 211 3 498 453 7 626 291 4 339 826 757 28 192 740 25 747 74 30 924 9 55 362 2 144 47 6 549 71 3 814 46 6 715 39 5 775 410 195 930 095 495 384 13 374 10 187 1 265 3 671 224 5 083 140 3 338 407 7 729 252 4 117 3 3 37 3 37 967 921 37 353 905 33 721 110 35 315 13 2 379 2 812 67 8 135 34 2 672 66 10 500 70 4 605 317 293 42 249 291 36 602 44 39 268 – – 130 2 071 45 9 211 17 1 160 16 5 656 27 9 074

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 96.

Income in 1989 of Hispanic Origin Households, Families, and Persons: 1990
Urban and rural Inside and outside metropolitan area Rural Inside metropolitan area Outside metropolitan area

[Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State Urban and Rural Inside and Outside Metropolitan Area
Total

Urban Inside urbanized area Outside urbanized area

Central place

Urban fringe

Total

Farm

Total

In central city

Not in central city

Total

Rural

INCOME IN 1989
Households 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 Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Families 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 Median (dollars) Mean (dollars) Married-couple families Less than $15,000 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $34,999 $35,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $74,999 $75,000 or more Female householder, no husband present Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $14,999 $15,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 or more Males 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Females 15 years and over, with income Median income (dollars) Percent year-round full-time workers Median income (dollars) Per capita income (dollars) Persons in households (dollars) Persons in group quarters (dollars) 5 947 365 402 401 1 594 1 254 1 036 576 179 140 26 339 32 736 4 334 152 189 257 1 143 993 880 489 142 89 28 762 34 881 3 456 293 913 777 789 474 210 583 77 100 66 142 183 15 7 308 15 571 59.5 18 907 5 564 8 659 35.5 15 577 11 243 10 713 15 702 1 276 130 138 78 382 236 124 128 27 33 22 377 27 963 779 50 37 65 219 180 102 97 18 11 25 651 30 384 564 69 152 129 96 89 29 164 34 32 17 35 46 – 1 702 14 258 54.5 17 917 1 523 7 317 29.9 16 867 9 941 10 682 7 391 3 787 165 204 262 1 001 869 686 397 130 73 27 343 33 575 2 955 98 123 145 785 703 593 349 102 57 28 925 34 962 2 385 173 631 554 547 342 138 382 43 62 42 107 113 15 4 281 17 380 63.1 20 450 3 032 9 345 38.7 14 865 11 584 10 213 46 310 884 70 60 61 211 149 226 51 22 34 27 857 36 033 600 4 29 47 139 110 185 43 22 21 32 016 40 321 507 51 130 94 146 43 43 37 – 6 7 – 24 – 1 325 11 763 54.2 15 686 1 009 7 634 34.4 15 389 11 830 12 929 7 121 2 066 193 223 175 486 337 317 206 71 58 24 113 31 988 1 647 105 121 143 383 292 297 177 71 58 26 702 35 642 1 348 224 259 276 289 171 129 227 33 67 23 82 16 6 2 724 14 333 53.0 20 467 1 921 7 694 33.1 14 977 9 409 9 719 6 358 67 22 10 6 8 21 – – – – 13 125 16 099 59 14 10 6 8 21 – – – – 14 792 17 677 49 20 8 21 – – – 10 – 10 – – – – 61 11 563 49.2 16 389 31 7 875 22.6 14 250 3 609 3 609 – 5 813 360 426 365 1 482 1 182 997 678 206 117 26 684 33 182 4 340 181 217 236 1 064 951 870 557 169 95 29 007 35 665 3 472 320 815 746 804 544 243 599 76 120 52 154 176 21 7 117 16 302 58.2 20 953 5 342 8 652 35.9 15 348 11 041 10 507 16 552 1 061 113 136 61 289 199 99 131 27 6 22 396 26 095 615 44 39 48 150 150 77 89 18 – 25 933 29 202 422 54 86 104 71 89 18 150 28 32 17 32 41 – 1 411 13 328 48.1 20 062 1 388 7 060 27.6 17 538 9 319 10 212 6 203 4 752 247 290 304 1 193 983 898 547 179 111 27 676 34 764 3 725 137 178 188 914 801 793 468 151 95 29 695 36 732 3 050 266 729 642 733 455 225 449 48 88 35 122 135 21 5 706 16 998 60.7 21 162 3 954 9 146 38.9 14 862 11 471 10 568 27 051 2 200 198 199 211 598 409 356 104 44 81 22 379 30 857 1 641 76 93 164 462 334 307 109 44 52 25 716 33 571 1 332 197 357 307 274 101 96 211 34 47 37 70 23 – 2 915 13 036 56.6 15 809 2 143 7 806 32.2 15 619 9 916 10 215 8 042 1 135 112 139 106 287 216 160 65 22 28 21 933 29 709 883 66 68 86 217 182 152 62 22 28 25 152 33 994 701 126 138 176 149 62 50 148 28 41 23 53 3 – 1 314 12 500 56.3 17 165 968 6 690 24.2 14 063 9 175 9 475 5 168

MEDIAN INCOME IN 1989 BY SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS
Family type and presence of own children: Families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Married-couple families (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Female householder, no husband present (dollars) With own children under 18 years (dollars) With own children under 6 years (dollars) Workers in family in 1989: No workers (dollars) 1 worker (dollars) 2 or more workers (dollars) Husband and wife worked (dollars) Nonfamily households (dollars) Male householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) Female householder (dollars) Living alone (dollars) 65 years and over (dollars) 28 26 24 31 30 24 17 17 13 762 745 516 708 567 965 996 778 009 25 651 25 028 23 804 30 000 28 646 23 587 14 643 17 083 5 000– 7 616 16 875 31 075 32 418 18 299 21 515 19 531 5 000– 12 656 9 723 5 000– 28 26 24 32 30 26 18 17 13 7 22 33 34 18 19 16 925 608 755 329 475 370 136 614 380 32 31 23 32 31 21 31 31 15 20 35 33 18 23 21 016 278 214 292 554 840 719 719 – 26 25 22 30 28 25 12 8 8 702 577 060 724 800 260 109 542 902 14 14 33 21 21 792 792 182 406 406 – 5 360 5 360 – 29 27 24 32 31 26 18 17 11 8 21 34 36 18 19 16 13 16 12 5 007 043 523 997 663 004 411 788 250 031 259 851 139 487 819 419 750 629 461 408 25 25 26 31 31 26 14 19 22 933 795 087 214 776 667 286 531 917 29 27 24 33 31 25 18 17 9 7 22 35 36 18 19 16 23 17 11 5 695 384 248 313 638 878 652 443 870 531 159 185 205 544 342 108 036 312 797 317 25 24 22 29 27 23 13 10 11 8 20 31 31 13 18 13 5 8 6 6 716 152 486 095 176 618 512 781 429 688 275 042 321 590 851 603 833 643 785 456 25 24 25 28 27 28 10 8 11 6 20 31 32 10 17 10 5 7 7 5 152 450 346 785 394 889 781 716 250 683 970 322 043 761 534 500 833 276 276 792

9 888 21 031 33 394 33 966 18 462 20 753 16 988 5 000– 15 697 12 572 5 956

231 461 801 206 684 300 150 – 17 500 13 152 5 100

781 104 550 977 056 500 667 – 14 524 9 132 14 219

6 919 20 618 34 625 37 222 11 094 14 722 11 597 7 332 7 329 6 725 5 000–

5 360 20 781 30 500 30 417 5 000– – – – 5 000– 5 000– 5 000–

9 293 16 442 32 727 35 929 18 333 21 087 18 750 5 000– 15 577 15 096 5 641

INCOME TYPE IN 1989
Households With earnings Mean earnings (dollars) With wage or salary income Mean wage or salary income (dollars) With nonfarm self-employment income Mean nonfarm self-employment income (dollars) With farm self-employment income Mean farm self-employment income (dollars) With interest, dividend, or net rental income Mean interest, dividend, or net rental income (dollars) With Social Security income Mean Social Security income (dollars) With public assistance income Mean public assistance income (dollars) With retirement income Mean retirement income (dollars) With other income Mean other income (dollars) 5 5 31 5 30 947 475 995 376 234 579 21 589 17 7 735 1 494 3 330 656 7 393 240 3 723 626 10 963 497 3 886 1 1 28 1 25 276 115 756 098 778 132 28 469 – – 287 3 507 180 5 794 70 3 068 85 11 838 96 3 619 787 584 866 511 203 401 20 032 17 7 735 1 075 3 097 331 8 283 122 4 440 432 11 225 341 4 341 3 3 31 3 30 884 776 37 2