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									        2004
         Issued April 2004
                             Product Profile
                             a data products update from the U.S. Census Bureau
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 SF 4 at a Glance
                             Census 2000: Summary File 4
 • Key demographic           Diverse America and Much More                  Data in SF 4 Are Based on the
   and housing data                                                         Census 2000 Sample Questions
   from Census 2000          With Census 2000, users have a special
                             opportunity to study the heritage of           The SF 4 data are drawn from responses to
 • Tables repeated for       America’s population. Summary File (SF) 4      questions asked on the Census 2000 long
   335 race, Hispanic,       gives users access to extensive detail on      form (the sample questionnaire). Although
   and ancestry              the socioeconomic and housing                  the sampling rate varied according to the
   groups                    characteristics of the nation’s race,          population density of particular areas,
 • Detailed occupation       Hispanic, ancestry, and tribal groups. In      generally the long form went to one in six
   and industry data         the past, this file has been large, complex,   households; in processing and tabulating
   from Census 2000          and expensive. The Census 2000 version         the data, the Census Bureau adds weights,
                             is still large, but advances in software,      so that the data reflect trends in the entire
 • Complete U.S.             online access, and compression technology      population.
   coverage, plus            have made this file accessible to many new
   Puerto Rico               users who did not have access in the past.     How many of the Hispanic homeowners in
                                                                            your community are Mexican? What is their
 • Census tract              All summary files are useful in studying the   median family income? What percentage of
   geography allows          demographic makeup of the population, but      their income goes for housing? Are their
   small-area analysis       SF 4 is the most detailed Census 2000 file     occupations different from those of the
                             and the only file to offer so many different   Cuban or Puerto Rican population in your
 • All 323 detailed
                             kinds of data for the broad array of groups    area? What are the demographics of the
   tables on the Web
   and on CD-ROM/            in our population.                             Irish population in the United States?
   DVD                                                                      Naturalized citizens? And what are the
                             Figure 1.
 • Shortcuts to the          Census 2000 Gateway
   data in American
   FactFinder

 • Powerful, easy-to-
   use software on
   CD-ROM/DVD




                                          Your “gateway” to Census 2000 is http://www.census.gov/main/www/
                                          cen2000.html. The gateway page on the Census Bureau’s Web site gives
                                          you one-stop access to Census 2000 data files (such as Summary File 4)
                                          and information about the way we conducted the census, the data release
                                          schedule, the various data products, and all you need to understand and
                                          use data from the census.

www.census.gov                                                                              U.S. Department of Commerce
                                                                                            Economics and Statistics Administration
                                                                                            U.S. CENSUS BUREAU
 Census 2000 Summary File 4         Product Profile                                                     www.census.gov           1
characteristics of various groups       Figure 2.
living on American Indian               Summary File 4 Data Topics
reservations? SF 4 provides answers
to questions about these and many
other groups.                             Population Subjects                    Housing Subjects
SF 4 is the last in a series of sum-
mary files (SF 1, SF 2, and SF 3          Age                                    Bedrooms
preceded it). SF 1 has 286 tables
based on the short form questions         Class of Worker                        Contract Rent
asked in the census, with data for
areas as small as census blocks. SF       Disability                             Gross Rent
2 has a subset of the tables found in
SF 1, with tables repeated for up to      Educational Attainment                 Gross Rent as a Percentage of
249 race and Hispanic groups,                                                     Household Income in 1999
provided they meet a population           Employment Status
threshold. SF 3 provides data from                                               House Heating Fuel
the sample or long form questions.        Grandparents as Caregivers
It is notable because it has over 800                                            Housing Units
tables, with detail down to the level     Households and Families
of block groups.                                                                 Kitchen Facilities
                                          Income in 1999 (Family and
SF 4 is similar to SF 2. It lets you      Nonfamily)                             Meals Included in Rent
show characteristics for up to 335
race, Hispanic or Latino, and             Income in 1999 (Household)             Mortgage Status
ancestry groups, provided they
meet certain population thresholds.       Income in 1999 (Individuals)           Occupants Per Room

                                          Industry                               Occupancy Status
Special Feature: Abundant
Data on Race, Hispanic, and               Journey to Work (Commuting)            Plumbing Facilities
Ancestry Groups in SF 4
                                          Language and Ability to                Price Asked
SF 4 contains 323 detailed tables—         Speak English
213 population tables and 110                                                    Rent Asked
housing tables. Figure 2 lists the        Marital Status
subjects. There are two kinds of                                                 Rooms
tables: population (PCT) tables, with     Migration
data on education, income,                                                       Selected Monthly Owner Costs
employment, commuting, citizenship        Occupation
status, family and household                                                     Selected Monthly Owner Costs as a
characteristics, and other topics;        Place of Birth, Citizenship Status,     Percentage of Household Income
and housing (HCT) tables, with data        and Year of Entry                      in 1999
on the physical and financial
characteristics of occupied housing       Place of Work                          Telephone Service Available
units, along with information on the
householder.                              Poverty Status in 1999 (Family)        Tenure

                                          Poverty Status in 1999 (Household)     Units in Structure
In Census 2000, Americans were,
for the first time, allowed to select
                                          Poverty Status in 1999 (Individuals)   Urban and Rural
more than one race. In addition,
the census included a question on
                                          Sex                                    Value of Home
Hispanic or Latino origin, with a
provision that respondents identify       School Enrollment                      Vehicle Availability
their specific origin (e.g., Cuban).
Finally, the long form included a         Urban and Rural                        Year Householder Moved Into Unit
question on ancestry. These three
questions, along with the question        Veteran Status                         Year Structure Built
on place of birth, give users a full
view of America’s diverse heritage.




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SF 4 allows users to study the          If, for example, a county has 100 or      Other Highlights in SF 4
demographic mix for small areas.        more “Vietnamese alone,” and the
For any given area down to the level    census sample had 50 or more              Summary File 4 is very similar in
of census tract, tables may be          sample unweighted cases of                design to Summary File 2: its
repeated for 335 race, ethnic, and      “Vietnamese alone” in the county,         purpose is to allow users to display
ancestry groups including—              then all the SF 4 tables for that area    tables already published in a
                                        are shown for “Vietnamese alone.”         previous file for smaller population
• 132 race groups, including                                                      groups. Many of the SF 4 tables
  iterations for multirace groups.      Appendix 1 in this profile lists the      appear in SF 3; in SF 4, you can
                                        groups for which tables may be            display these tables for any of the
• 38 specific Asian groups (included    repeated in SF 4. A reference like        335 groups that meet the criteria.
  in 132 race groups).                  “Vietnamese alone” identifies people
                                        who selected one race on their            All the housing (HCT) tables found in
• 20 specific Native Hawaiian and       census questionnaire. The reference       SF 4 were released in SF 3. Most of
  other Pacific Islander groups         “Vietnamese alone or in any               the population (PCT) tables in
  (included in 132 race groups).        combination” identifies all those who     SF 4 are in SF 3. There are, how-
                                        selected “Vietnamese” as their race—      ever, other tables in SF 4 that users
• 78 specific American Indian and       both those who selected just one          cannot get in SF 3. Appendix 2 lists
  Alaska Native tribe categories        race and those who selected this          the tables unique to SF 4.
  (reflecting 39 tribes).               race, plus one or more other races.
                                                                                  One particular bonus: SF 4 has
• 25 Hispanic groups and 14 “Not        You should note that you can get          detailed data on 102 industries
  Hispanic or Latino” groups.           simple population totals for these        (PCT85) and 125 occupations
                                        groups in other files—most notably        (PCT86); SF 3 has less detailed data
• 86 ancestry groups.                   SF 1 for race and Hispanic subgroups      for industry and occupation.
                                        and SF 3 for ancestry groups.             If you need to know the number
Working With Population                 Although SF 4, for example, will not      of electricians in Maine, you cannot
Thresholds in Summary File 4            let you display the characteristics of    find the answer in SF 3, you must go
                                        Asian Indians in the tracts of            to SF 4.
Tables in SF 4 can be shown for a       Lancaster County, in SF 1, you can
particular population subgroup if the   nonetheless find the total number of
group meets two thresholds:                                                       Geography in SF 4
                                        Asian Indians living in the tracts, but
                                        nothing more.
1. SF 4 repeats a table for a race                                                Like all summary files, Summary
 or a Hispanic or Latino origin group                                             File 4 is packed with data for many
                                        This applies to ancestry too. SF 3 has
(such as Salvadoran) if the group                                                 geographic areas. It serves users
                                        several tables listing the totals for
has 100 or more persons in the                                                    interested in the macro view (for
                                        110 ancestries, with data down to
geographic area of interest.                                                      example, the United States as a
                                        the level of census tracts. In the case
                                                                                  whole or entire states) and the micro
                                        that a particular group does not meet
2. SF 4 repeats a table for a race,                                               view (census tracts), as well as all
                                        the SF 4 threshold, you can still
Hispanic or Latino, or ancestry                                                   areas in between.
                                        get a count of the ancestry group in
group (such as Arab or Irish) if the
                                        SF 3.
group has 50 unweighted cases                                                     SF 4 gives you a summary of
in the sample. The final table always                                             geographic areas (all census tracts in
displays weighted numbers, so in                                                  a county) or parts of areas (for
a specific area there must be 50                                                  example, part of an Indian
people times the appropriate                                                      reservation within a state).
weight.




   Reference Sources

   If you are making extensive use of the race, Hispanic or Latino, ancestry, and tribal data, be sure to consult
   the discussion of “Race,” “Hispanic or Latino,” and “Ancestry” in Appendix B (“Definitions of Subject Character-
   istics”) of the SF 4 technical documentation online at http://www.census.gov/prod/cen2000/doc/sf4.pdf.

   Race and Hispanic definitions used by the Census Bureau conform to the standards published in the October
   30, 1997 Federal Register notice entitled “Revisions to the Standards for the Classification of Federal Data on
   Race and Ethnicity” online at http://www.census.gov/population/www/socdemo/race/Ombdir15.html issued
   by the Office of Management and Budget. These standards govern the categories used to collect and present
   federal data on race and ethnicity. More background, FAQs, and historical data can be found on the Census
   Bureau Web site http://www.census.gov/population/www/socdemo/race.html.


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Figure 3.
American FactFinder® Lets You Select Detailed Data From Summary
File 4 for Race, Ethnic, and Ancestry Groups



                                                              First, go into FactFinder, select
                                                              “Data Sets,” Summary File 4, and
                                                              then “Detailed Tables.”

                                                              FactFinder leads you through the
                                                              selection of one or more geographic
                                                              areas – all the way down to the
                                                              census tract. Then it prompts you to
                                                              select one or more detailed tables
                                                              from SF 4.

                                                              Here we selected counties in Hawaii
                                                              as our geography and chose Table
                                                              PCT44, Sex by Age by Citizenship
                                                              Status. Once you select the geo-
                                                              graphy and the table, FactFinder
                                                              prompts you with a list of groups to
                                                              select. You are then able to select
                                                              from 249 race, ethnic, and tribal
                                                              groups, and 86 ancestry groups.
                                                              FactFinder will display Table PCT44
                                                              for that group.




  At the right, we show Table PCT44. Sex by Age
  by Citizenship Status, from SF 4, for people in
  Hawaiian counties who identified themselves as
  “Native Hawaiian alone or in any combination.”
  SF 4 shows a table for a group only if the group
  numbers 100 or more people and has 50 or
  more unweighted cases of this group in the
  sample for that area. All four counties in Hawaii
  meet the thresholds for this group, so Table
  PCT44 (and all tables in SF 4) can be shown for
  this group. Had we chosen “Asian Indian alone
  or in any combination,” the results would have
  been much different: only two counties meet the
  threshold for this group and consequently SF 4
  tables for this group can be repeated only in
  these two counties.




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  When to Use SF 2, When to Use SF 4
  The long form was sent to a sample of the population, and the answers of these respondents have been given
  weights to produce estimates for the total population. Particularly in small places (for example, small cities),
  census tracts, and block groups, users may observe differences in the population and housing totals shown in
  SFs 1 and 2 and SFs 3 and 4.

  Based on the short form, the SF 1 and SF 2 tables provide the official census count of the number of people in an
  area. Based on the long form, the SF 3 and SF 4 tables provide estimates of the characteristics of the total
  population.

  When dealing with items collected on the short form (for example, total population, the number of people
  reporting their race or Hispanic origin, the number of housing units, or the number of owners and renters), users
  should always view the SF 1 and SF 2 numbers as the official count. For more information, see Data Note 2 in the
  SF 4 technical documentation.

By far the easiest way to access              The National File also has totals for      • Detailed Tables gives you direct
the data is through the American              multistate areas like metro areas or         access to all the SF 4 tables. As
FactFinder®. The Census Bureau has            American Indian reservations. If you         Figure 3 shows, you must go to the
also released these files on CD-ROM           were using the U.S. Summary DVD              “Change Selections” option in the
and DVD and people working with               (see above), you could select the            blue bar to select the SF 4 race or
data on disc will find the geographic         components of these areas (e.g., all         ethnic group (for example,
arrangement discussed below.                  states in the East region), down-load        Cubans) or ancestry group (for
                                              them as a single file, and then easily       example, Arabs) for which you
State files. Summary File 4 was               compute a total. Nonetheless, the            wish to repeat a table. Once you
released on CD-ROM as a series of             easiest way to generate data for             click on “Race or Ethnic Groups”or
state files, with files for the District of   these areas is through the National          “Ancestry Groups,” AFF allows you
Columbia and Puerto Rico. The table           File.                                        to pick the group.
designs are standard for each kind of
geographic area. These files have all                                                    • Quick Tables gives you a set of key
substate geographic areas down to             Internet Access Through                      variables for areas as small as
the level of census tracts.                   American FactFinder®                         census tracts. In most cases, you
                                                                                           can repeat tables for the 335
Additional releases included all the          Visit the Census Bureau’s award-             groups that meet the population
state files on five DVDs; the DVD             winning homepage http://                     thresholds.
product called the U.S. Summary               www.census.gov and click on the
provided the data for all substate            American FactFinder® (AFF) for             • Geographic Comparison Tables
areas. Both the CD-ROMs and the               access to as much or as little data          (GCT) lets you see how your state,
DVDs come with software for                   as you need from SF 4. AFF gives             city, county, metro area, or census
accessing and downloading the data.           several easy-to-use options for using        tract stacks up in comparison to
(ASCII versions of the files are              SF 4:                                        others according to key variables.
available online and on DVD.)

National file. The National File on             Geographic Areas Shown in Census 2000
four DVDs provides summaries for                Summary File 4
higher levels of geography (places
and above) and covers the entire                • United States                        • Urban Areas
country. This file is designed for
users who need to produce national              • Census Regions                       • County Subdivisions
or regional summaries of an area
(e.g., all metro areas in the country),         • Census Divisions                     • Places
but do not need the data for really
                                                • States                               • Consolidated Cities
small areas such as census tracts.
Users will find it easier to generate
                                                • District of Columbia                 • American Indian Areas
these figures using the National File
rather than the individual state files
                                                • Puerto Rico                          • Alaska Native Areas
on CD-ROM or the U.S. Summary file
on DVD.                                         • Counties                             • Hawaiian Home Lands

                                                • Metropolitan Areas                   • Census Tracts




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     Using GCTs, you cannot repeat        Me” file on the Internet http://           someone needing substantial data
     tables for the 335 groups, only      www2.census.gov/census_2000                for “macro” areas in the country
     for the 9 major race groups:         /datasets/Summary_File_4                   (e.g., regions and divisions).
     White alone; Black or African        /0README_SF4.txt.
     American alone; American Indian
     or Alaska Native alone; Asian        Unfortunately, technical support for
                                                                                   Census 2000 Maps
     alone; Native Hawaiian and other     the ASCII files is unavailable.
     Pacific Islander alone; Some Other   However, there is a helpful set of
                                                                                   Particularly if you are planning to
     Race alone; Two or More Races;       instructions for downloading the ASCII
                                                                                   use data for census tracts, you’ll
     Hispanic or Latino; and White        files into a data base application at
                                                                                   need Census 2000 maps, available
     alone, not Hispanic or Latino.       http://www.census.gov/support/
                                                                                   electronically on the Internet (in pdf)
                                          SF4ASCII.html.
                                                                                   and on paper:
• Custom Tables lets you select and
  display simple tabulations from
  more complicated tables or to
                                          Buy SF 4 on CD-ROM or DVD                Block maps. These are detailed
                                                                                   maps (36" x 33") showing all levels
  mingle tabulations from several
                                          If you plan to make heavy use of         of geography down to the level of
  tables in one table. It also lets you
                                          SF 4 or to analyze data for more than    census blocks. They can be pur-
  create a table from several source
                                          a few variables, you may want to         chased from the Customer Services
  tables and display the same table
                                          consider purchasing the SF 4             Center in map sets for counties,
  for any of the 335 groups that
                                          data on CD-ROM or DVD. You may           cities, minor civil divisions, and other
  meet the criteria.
                                          purchase discs from the Census           areas. These detailed street maps
                                          Bureau’s Customer Services Center at     show the boundaries of blocks and
AFF also gives you access to the
                                          301-763-INFO (4636).                     tracts and all larger geographic
technical documentation and other
                                                                                   areas. To view these maps online,
reference information to assist you
                                          The files on disc come with pro-         go to http://www.census.gov/geo
in using the file. Be sure to look at
                                          prietary software that operate on        /www/maps/CP_MapProducts.htm.
the Summary File 4 overview page
                                          computers with Microsoft Windows
http://www.census.gov/Press-
                                          95/98/2000/NT/ME/XP. The                 Census tract outline maps. Far
Release/www/2003/SF4.html for
                                          software provides an expandable          less detailed than the block maps,
links to the documentation, the File
                                          hierarchical menu or equivalent for      the outline maps (36" x 33") show
Transfer Protocol (FTP) site, and
                                          the selection of one or more             the boundaries of census tracts,
other useful pages. Especially
                                          geographic areas. The user software      ideal for most users. Streets are
valuable on this page is a search
                                          supports selection of individual data    shown where they coincide with tract
tool that lets you access Census
                                          items, complete data tables, and         or political boundaries. They are
2000 and related data for each
                                          geographic identifiers to include in     available for sale by county from the
state.
                                          output files. Figure 4 shows how to      Customer Services Center. To view
                                          download and display SF 4 data from      these maps online, go to http://
Download Data From                        a disc.                                  www.census.gov/geo/www/maps
American FactFinder®                                                               /CP_MapProducts.htm.
via File Transfer Protocol                As the order form shows on page 12,
(FTP)                                     there are three kinds of discs, with
                                          access and retrieval software:
                                                                                   Call to Order Discs and Maps!
Every AFF data page has a
“Download” tab through which you          • State files on CD-ROM or in a few
                                            cases (e.g., Florida) on DVD.          To order discs, you can use the
can download files as .csv, tab-                                                   order form in this profile or contact
delimited, or rich text format files                                               the Customer Services Center at
                                          • U.S. Summary Files on DVD. This
either directly or indirectly into a                                               301-763-INFO (4636). For maps,
                                            product has all the state files on
spreadsheet program like Excel or                                                  contact the Customer Services
                                            disc. This would be the best buy
Lotus or a database program like                                                   Center.
                                            for someone needing tract data for
Access or dBASE.
                                            the entire country.
                                                                                   Need to keep up to date on other
In addition, ASCII files in a zipped                                               Census 2000 files? You can
                                          • National File on DVD. This product
format are available free on the                                                   subscribe to the Census Product
                                            has data for the larger areas in the
Internet via File Transfer Protocol                                                Update, a biweekly e-mail and online
                                            country (places and larger areas).
(FTP). Note that these files do not                                                newsletter, available free from the
                                            This is the best option for
come with viewing software. Given                                                  Census Bureau. Come to http://
                                            someone who does not need data
the size of the files, the speed of                                                www.census.gov/mp/www/cpu.html
                                            at the census tract level or
your modem and Internet connec-                                                    to sign up or to view the newsletter
tion, downloading a file may be a                                                  online.
time-consuming process. If you plan
on downloading or using the ASCII
files, be sure to consult the “Read


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Figure 4.
Powerful Software on SF 4 CD-ROMs and DVDs Lets You Control
Retrieval and Output
                                                                                 Tallahatchie County, Mississippi, is a
                                                                                 small rural county (pop: 14,903) in
                                                                                 the northwestern part of the state,
                                                                                 where almost 60 percent of the
                                                                                 population is Black or African
                                                                                 American.

                                                                                 Suppose you would like to profile this
                                                                                 population, a perfect use of SF 4. In
                                                                                 using the SF 4 CD-ROM, first you
                                                                                 would install the software and select
                                                                                 the files for the “Black alone” and the
                                                                                 “Black alone or in combination with
                                                                                 other races.”

                                                                                 Next, you would pick the geography
                                                                                 you want–in this case, all four tracts
                                                                                 in the county–and then the software
                                                                                 prompts you to pick a table–in this
                                                                                 case, Table HCT089, Tenure by
                                                                                 Poverty Status in 1999 by Age of
                                                                                 Householder.

                                                                                 Screen 1 shows the selection of
                                                                                 geography on the CD-ROM version of
                                                                                 SF 4 for the county; screen 2, the
                                                                                 selection of the data variables. You
                                                                                 then can save the tabulation, and
                                                                                 then open it up in a spreadsheet or
                                                                                 database application.

                                                                                 Note: All the data for a specific
                                                                                 group are together on one of the
                                                                                 discs in the National File or the U.S.
                                                                                 Summary. You must select a group
                                                                                 from the appropriate disc before
                                                                                 displaying a table for that group.




 For More Information

 • Visit the Census Bureau’s Internet site at http://www.census.gov or call our Customer Services Center
   at 301-763-INFO (4636).

 • Visit your local library. Many major university and public libraries participate in the Federal Depository Library
   Program and receive copies of Census Bureau reports. For a complete list, visit http://www.gpo.gov/libraries.

 • Call or visit one of 1,800 state and local planning groups, libraries, chambers of commerce, and others that
   participate in a Census Bureau data center program. For a complete list of data centers, visit
   http://www.census.gov/dmd/www/groupcnr.html.

 • Call or visit a Census Bureau Regional Office. A complete listing can be found at
   http://www.census.gov/field/www/.




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Appendix 1. Race, Ethnic,                Vietnamese alone or in any                     American Indian and Alaska Native
                                           combination                                    (AIAN); Asian
and Ancestry Groups in                   Other specified Asian alone or in
Summary File 4                                                                          American Indian and Alaska Native
                                           any combination
                                                                                          (AIAN); Native Hawaiian and Other
                                        Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific                 Pacific Islander (NHPI)
Race Groups
                                            Islander (NHPI) alone
                                                                                        American Indian and Alaska Native
                                         Polynesian alone
White alone                                                                               (AIAN); Some other race
                                            Native Hawaiian alone
White alone or in combination with          Samoan alone                                Asian; Native Hawaiian and Other
   one or more other races                  Tongan alone                                   Pacific Islander (NHPI)
                                         Micronesian alone
Black or African American alone             Guamanian or Chamorro alone                 Asian; Some other race

Black or African American alone or       Melanesian alone                               Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific
    in combination with one or more         Fijian alone                                   Islander (NHPI); Some other race
    other races                          Other specified Pacific Islander
                                            alone                                       Three Races
American Indian and Alaska Native       Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific
   (AIAN) alone                             Islander (NHPI) alone or in                 White; Black or African American;
 American Indian alone                      combination with one or more                   American Indian and Alaska
 Alaska Native alone                        other races                                    Native (AIAN)
                                         Polynesian alone or in any                     White; Black or African American;
American Indian and Alaska Native
                                            combination                                    Asian
   (AIAN) alone or in combination
                                         Native Hawaiian alone or in any
   with one or more other races
                                            combination                                 White; Black or African American;
 American Indian alone or in any
                                         Samoan alone or in any combination                Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific
   combination
                                         Tongan alone or in any combination                Islander (NHPI)
 Alaska Native alone or in any
                                         Micronesian alone or in any
   combination                                                                          White; Black or African American;
                                            combination
                                                                                           Some other race
Asian alone                              Guamanian or Chamorro alone or in
 Asian Indian alone                         any combination                             White; American Indian and Alaska
 Bangladeshi alone                       Melanesian alone or in any                        Native (AIAN); Asian
 Cambodian alone                            combination
                                         Fijian alone or in any combination             White; American Indian and Alaska
 Chinese alone
                                                                                           Native (AIAN); Native Hawaiian
 Chinese, except Taiwanese, alone
                                        Other specified Pacific Islander                   and Other Pacific Islander (NHPI)
 Taiwanese alone
                                           alone or in any combination
 Filipino alone                                                                         White; American Indian and Alaska
 Hmong alone                            Some other race alone                              Native (AIAN); Some other race
 Indonesian alone
 Japanese alone                         Some other race alone or in                     White; Asian; Native Hawaiian and
 Korean alone                              combination with one or more                    Other Pacific Islander (NHPI)
 Laotian alone                             other races
                                                                                        White; Asian; Some other race
 Malaysian alone                        Two or More Races
 Pakistani alone                                                                        White; Native Hawaiian and Other
 Sri Lankan alone                       Two or more races including Some                   Pacific Islander (NHPI); Some other
 Thai alone                                other race                                      race
 Vietnamese alone                                                                       Black or African American; American
 Other specified Asian alone            Two or more races excluding Some                    Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN);
Asian alone or in combination with         other race, and three or more races              Asian
    one or more other races
 Asian Indian alone or in any                                                           Black or African American; American
                                        Two or more races excluding
    combination                                                                             Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN);
                                            Some other race
 Bangladeshi alone or in any                                                                Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific
    combination                         Three or more races                                 Islander (NHPI)
 Cambodian alone or in any
                                                                                        Black or African American; American
    combination                         Two Races
                                                                                            Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN);
 Chinese alone or in any combination
                                        White; Black or African American                    Some other race
    Chinese, except Taiwanese, alone
    or in any combination               White; American Indian and                      Black or African American; Asian;
    Taiwanese alone or in any              Alaska Native (AIAN)                             Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific
    combination                                                                             Islander (NHPI)
                                        White; Asian
 Filipino alone or in any combination
 Hmong alone or in any combination                                                      Black or African American; Asian;
                                        White; Native Hawaiian and Other
 Indonesian alone or in any                                                                 Some other race
                                           Pacific Islander (NHPI)
    combination                                                                         Black or African American; Native
 Japanese alone or in any               White; Some other race
                                                                                            Hawaiian and Other Pacific
    combination                         Black or African American; American                 Islander (NHPI); Some other race
 Korean alone or in any combination        Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN)
 Laotian alone or in any combination                                                    American Indian and Alaska Native
 Malaysian alone or in any              Black or African American; Asian                  (AIAN); Asian; Native Hawaiian
    combination                                                                           and Other Pacific Islander (NHPI)
                                        Black or African American; Native
 Pakistani alone or in any                 Hawaiian and Other Pacific                   American Indian and Alaska Native
    combination                            Islander (NHPI)                                (AIAN); Asian; Some other race
 Sri Lankan alone or in any
    combination                         Black or African American; Some                 American Indian and Alaska Native
 Thai alone or in any combination          other race                                     (AIAN); Native Hawaiian and Other



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   Pacific Islander (NHPI); Some other          White; Black or African American;          Cree alone
   race                                            American Indian and Alaska
                                                                                           Cree alone or in any combination
                                                   Native (AIAN); Asian; Some other
Asian; Native Hawaiian and Other
                                                   race                                    Creek alone
    Pacific Islander (NHPI); Some
    other race                                  White; Black or African American;          Creek alone or in any combination
                                                   American Indian and Alaska
                                                   Native (AIAN); Native Hawaiian          Crow alone
Four Races                                         and Other Pacific Islander (NHPI);      Crow alone or in any combination
                                                   Some other race
White; Black or African American;                                                          Delaware alone
   American Indian and Alaska                   White; Black or African American;
   Native (AIAN); Asian                            Asian; Native Hawaiian and Other        Delaware alone or in any
                                                   Pacific Islander (NHPI); Some other        combination
White; Black or African American;                  race
   American Indian and Alaska                                                              Eskimo alone
   Native (AIAN); Native Hawaiian               White; American Indian and Alaska          Eskimo alone or in any combination
 and Other Pacific Islander                        Native (AIAN); Asian; Native
   (NHPI)                                          Hawaiian and Other Pacific              Houma alone
                                                   Islander (NHPI); Some other race
White; Black or African American;                                                          Houma alone or in any combination
   American Indian and Alaska                   Black or African American; American        Iroquois alone
   Native (AIAN); Some other race                   Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN);
                                                    Asian; Native Hawaiian and Other       Iroquois alone or in any combination
White; Black or African American;
   Asian; Native Hawaiian and Other                 Pacific Islander (NHPI); Some other    Kiowa alone
   Pacific Islander (NHPI)                          race
                                                                                           Kiowa alone or in any combination
White; Black or African American;               Six Races                                  Latin American Indian alone
   Asian; Some other race
                                                White; Black or African American;          Latin American Indian alone or in
White; Black or African American;                  American Indian and Alaska                  any combination
   Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific               Native (AIAN); Asian; Native
   Islander (NHPI); Some other race                Hawaiian and Other Pacific              Lumbee alone
White; American Indian and Alaska                  Islander (NHPI); Some other race
                                                                                           Lumbee alone or in any combination
   Native (AIAN); Asian; Native
   Hawaiian and Other Pacific                                                              Menominee alone
                                                American Indian and Alaska Native Tribes
   Islander (NHPI)                                                                         Menominee alone or in any
                                                Alaskan Athabascan alone
White; American Indian and Alaska                                                             combination
   Native (AIAN); Asian; Some other             Alaskan Athabascan alone or in
                                                                                           Navajo alone
   race                                             any combination
                                                                                           Navajo alone or in any combination
White; American Indian and Alaska               Aleut alone
   Native (AIAN); Native Hawaiian                                                          Osage alone
                                                Aleut alone or in any combination
   and Other Pacific Islander (NHPI);                                                      Osage alone or in any combination
   Some other race                              Apache alone
                                                                                           Ottawa alone
White; Asian; Native Hawaiian and               Apache alone or in any combination
   Other Pacific Islander (NHPI);                                                          Ottawa alone or in any combination
                                                Blackfeet alone
   Some other race
                                                                                           Paiute alone
                                                Blackfeet alone or in any combination
Black or African American; American
                                                                                           Paiute alone or in any combination
    Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN);            Cherokee alone
    Asian; Native Hawaiian and Other                                                       Pima alone
                                                Cherokee alone or in any
    Pacific Islander (NHPI)
                                                   combination                             Pima alone or in any combination
Black or African American; American
                                                Cheyenne alone                             Potawatomi alone
    Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN);
    Asian; Some other race                      Cheyenne alone or in any                   Potawatomi alone or in any
                                                   combination                                combination
Black or African American; American
    Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN);            Chickasaw alone                            Pueblo alone
    Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific
    Islander (NHPI); Some other race            Chickasaw alone or in any                  Pueblo alone or in any combination
                                                   combination
Black or African American; Asian;                                                          Puget Sound Salish alone
    Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific           Chippewa alone
                                                                                           Puget Sound Salish alone or in any
    Islander (NHPI); Some other race            Chippewa alone or in any                      combination
American Indian and Alaska Native                  combination
                                                                                           Seminole alone
  (AIAN); Asian; Native Hawaiian                Choctaw alone
  and Other Pacific Islander (NHPI);                                                       Seminole alone or in any combination
  Some other race                               Choctaw alone or in any combination
                                                                                           Shoshone alone
                                                Colville alone
Five Races                                                                                 Shoshone alone or in any
                                                Colville alone or in any combination          combination
White; Black or African American;
   American Indian and Alaska                   Comanche alone                             Sioux alone
   Native (AIAN); Asian; Native
                                                Comanche alone or in any                   Sioux alone or in any combination
   Hawaiian and Other Pacific
                                                   combination
   Islander (NHPI)                                                                         Tlingit-Haida alone


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Tlingit-Haida alone or in any                  Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific           Iranian
    combination                                Islander (NHPI) alone, not Hispanic
                                                                                           Irish
                                               or Latino
Tohono O’Odham alone
                                                                                           Israeli
                                               Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific
Tohono O’Odham alone or in any
                                               Islander (NHPI) alone or in                 Italian
   combination
                                               combination with one or more
                                                                                           Latvian
Ute alone                                      other races, not Hispanic or Latino
                                                                                           Lithuanian
Ute alone or in any combination                Some other race alone, not
                                               Hispanic or Latino                          Luxemburger
Yakama alone
                                               Some other race alone or in                 Macedonian
Yakama alone or in any combination             combination with one or more
                                               other races, not Hispanic or Latino         Maltese
Yaqui alone
                                               Two or more races, not Hispanic             Norwegian
Yaqui alone or in any combination
                                               or Latino                                   Pennsylvania German
Yuman alone
                                           Ancestry Groups                                 Polish
Yuman alone or in any combination
                                           Acadian/Cajun                                   Portuguese
Hispanic or Latino
                                           Afghan                                          Romanian
Hispanic or Latino (of any race)
                                           Albanian                                        Russian
 Mexican
                                           Alsatian                                        Scandinavian
 Puerto Rican
                                           Arab                                            Scotch-Irish
 Cuban                                       Arab/Arabic                                   Scottish
Other Hispanic or Latino                     Egyptian
                                             Iraqi                                         Serbian
   Dominican (Dominican Republic)
   Central American                          Jordanian
                                                                                           Slavic
     Costa Rican                             Lebanese
     Guatemalan                              Moroccan                                      Slovak
     Honduran                                Palestinian
                                             Syrian                                        Slovene
     Nicaraguan
     Panamanian                            Armenian                                        Subsaharan African
     Salvadoran                                                                              African
   South American                          Assyrian/Chaldean/Syriac                          Cape Verdean
     Argentinian                                                                             Ethiopian
                                           Australian
     Bolivian                                                                                Ghanian
     Chilean                               Austrian                                          Nigerian
     Colombian                                                                               South African
                                           Basque
     Ecuadorian                                                                            Swedish
     Paraguayan                            Belgian
     Peruvian                                                                              Swiss
                                           Brazilian
     Uruguayan
                                                                                           Turkish
     Venezuelan                            British
   Spaniard                                                                                Ukrainian
   All other Hispanic or Latino            Bulgarian
                                                                                           United States or American
Not Hispanic or Latino                     Canadian
                                                                                           Welsh
 White alone, not Hispanic or Latino       Celtic
                                                                                           West Indian (excluding Hispanic
 White alone or in combination with        Croatian                                           origin groups)
  one or more other races, not             Czech                                            Bahamian
  Hispanic or Latino                                                                        Barbadian
                                           Czechoslovakian                                  Belizean
     Black or African American alone,
                                           Danish                                           British West Indian
     not Hispanic or Latino
                                                                                            Dutch West Indian
     Black or African American alone or    Dutch                                            Haitian
     in combination with one or more                                                        Jamaican
                                           English
     other races, not Hispanic or Latino                                                    Trinidadian and Tobagonian
                                           Estonian                                         West Indian
     American Indian and Alaska                                                             Yugoslavian
                                           European
     Native (AIAN) alone, not Hispanic
     or Latino                             Finnish
     American Indian and Alaska            French (except Basque)
     Native (AIAN) alone or in
     combination with one or more          French Canadian
     other races, not Hispanic or Latino   German
     Asian alone, not Hispanic or Latino   Greek
     Asian alone or in combination with    Guyanese
     one or more other races, not
     Hispanic or Latino                    Hungarian

                                           Icelander


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Appendix 2. Tables Unique to Summary File 4                            refer to the race, Hispanic or Latino origin,
                                                                       American Indian or Alaska Native tribe, or
PCT7.      AGGREGATE POPULATION IN HOUSEHOLDS [1]                      ancestry of the householder.
           Universe: Households
                                                            PCT119.    MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS)
PCT25.     AGGREGATE POPULATION IN FAMILIES [1]                        BY FAMILY TYPE BY AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER
           Universe: Families                                          [29]
                                                                       Universe: Families
Place of Birth, Citizenship Status, and Year of Entry —                NOTE: When a category other than Total
                                                                       Population is selected, the data in this table
PCT43.     SEX BY PLACE OF BIRTH BY CITIZENSHIP
                                                                       refer to the race, Hispanic or Latino origin,
           STATUS [31]
                                                                       American Indian or Alaska Native tribe, or
           Universe: Total population
                                                                       ancestry of the householder.
PCT44.     SEX BY AGE BY CITIZENSHIP STATUS [23]
           Universe: Total population
                                                            Income and Earnings (Individuals) —
PCT45.     SEX BY YEAR OF ENTRY FOR THE FOREIGN-
                                                            PCT134.    AGGREGATE INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS) BY
           BORN POPULATION [19]
                                                                       SEX BY WORK EXPERIENCE IN 1999 FOR THE
           Universe: Foreign-born population
                                                                       POPULATION 15 YEARS AND OVER WITH
                                                                       INCOME [7]
PCT46.     SEX BY YEAR OF ENTRY BY CITIZENSHIP                         Universe: Population 15 years and over with
           STATUS FOR THE FOREIGN-BORN POPULA-                         income in 1999
           TION [21]
                                                            Poverty Status (Individuals) —
           Universe: Foreign-born population
                                                            PCT145.    RATIO OF INCOME IN 1999 TO POVERTY
PCT47.     SEX BY PLACE OF BIRTH BY YEAR OF ENTRY
                                                                       LEVEL BY AGE BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
           FOR THE FOREIGN-BORN POPULATION [89]
                                                                       FOR THE POPULATION 18 YEARS AND OVER
           Universe: Foreign-born population
                                                                       [111]
                                                                       Universe: Population 18 years and over for
School Enrollment and Educational Attainment —                         whom poverty status is determined

PCT66.     SEX BY ARMED FORCES STATUS BY SCHOOL             PCT146.    RATIO OF INCOME IN 1999 TO POVERTY
           ENROLLMENT BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT                        LEVEL BY TYPE OF PUBLIC ASSISTANCE
           BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS FOR THE POPULA-                        INCOME IN 1999 [16]
           TION 16 TO 19 YEARS [45]                                    Universe: Population for whom poverty status
           Universe: Population 16 to 19 years                         is determined

Industry, Occupation, and Class of Worker —                 PCT148.    POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 BY DISABILITY
                                                                       STATUS BY AGE FOR THE POPULATION 5
PCT85.     SEX BY INDUSTRY FOR THE EMPLOYED CIVI-                      YEARS AND OVER [43]
           LIAN POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER [207]                     Universe: Civilian noninstitutionalized
           Universe: Employed civilian population 16                   population 5 years and over for whom
           years and over                                              poverty status is determined
PCT86.     SEX BY OCCUPATION FOR THE EMPLOYED               PCT149.    POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 BY CITIZENSHIP
           CIVILIAN POPULATION 16 YEARS AND OVER                       STATUS BY YEAR OF ENTRY FOR THE
           [253]                                                       FOREIGN-BORN POPULATION [27]
           Universe: Employed civilian population                      Universe: Foreign-born population for whom
           16 years and over                                           poverty status is determined

Income (Family) —                                           Poverty Status (Family) —
PCT115.    MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS)           PCT159.    POVERTY STATUS IN 1999 OF FAMILIES BY
           BY NUMBER OF WORKERS IN FAMILY IN 1999                      DISABILITY STATUS OF HOUSEHOLDER [7]
           [5]                                                         Universe: Families
           Universe: Families
                                                                       NOTE: When a category other than Total
           NOTE: When a category other than Total                      Population is selected, the data in this table
           Population is selected, the data in this table              refer to the race, Hispanic or Latino origin,
           refer to the race, Hispanic or Latino origin,               American Indian or Alaska Native tribe, or
           American Indian or Alaska Native tribe, or
                                                                       ancestry of the householder.
           ancestry of the householder.

PCT117.    FAMILY SIZE BY FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 [103]
           Universe: Families

           NOTE: When a category other than Total
           Population is selected, the data in this table
           refer to the race,Hispanic or Latino origin,
           American Indian or Alaska Native tribe, or
           ancestry of the householder.

PCT118.    MEDIAN FAMILY INCOME IN 1999 (DOLLARS)
           BY FAMILY SIZE [7]
           Universe: Families

           NOTE: When a category other than Total
           Population is selected, the data in this table



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