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            U.S. Department of Commerce
            Economics and Statistics Administration
                                                                                                                 1990 CP-2-14
            BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
                                                                                              1990 Census of Population
                                                                                                    Social and Economic
                                                                                                          Characteristics
                                                                                                                  Idaho
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                                                         ACKNOWLEDGMENTS



    The Decennial Planning Division, Susan M. Miskura, Chief, coordinated                     Carbaugh, James P. Curry, Samuel H. Johnson, John C. Kavaliunas,
and directed all census operations. Patricia A. Berman, Assistant Division                    and Forrest B. Williams. Other important contributors were Molly
Chief for Content and Data Products, directed the development and                             Abramowitz, Celestin J. Aguigui, Barbara J. Aldrich, Delores A.
implementation of the 1990 Census Tabulation and Publication Program.                         Baldwin, Albert R. Barros, Geneva A. Burns, Carmen D. Campbell,
Other assistant division chiefs were Robert R. Bair, Rachel F. Brown,                         James R. Clark, Virginia L. Collins, George H. Dailey, Jr., Barbara L.
James L. Dinwiddie, Allan A. Stephenson, and Edwin B. Wagner, Jr.                             Hatchl, Theresa C. Johnson, Paul T. Manka, John D. McCall, Jo Ann
The following branch chiefs made significant contributions: Cheryl R.                         Norris, David M. Pemberton, Sarabeth Rodriguez, Charles J. Wade,
Landman, Adolfo L. Paez, A. Edward Pike, and William A. Starr. Other                          Joyce J. Ware, and Gary M. Young.
important contributors were Linda S. Brudvig, Cindy S. Easton, Avis L.                            The Geography Division, Robert W. Marx, Chief, directed and coor-
Foote, Carolyn R. Hay, Douglas M. Lee, Gloria J. Porter, and A. Nishea                        dinated the census mapping and geographic activities. Jack R. George,
Quash.                                                                                        Assistant Division Chief for Geoprocessing, directed the planning and
    The Decennial Operations Division, Arnold A. Jackson, Chief, was                          development of the TIGER System and related software. Robert A.
responsible for processing and tabulating census data. Assistant division                     LaMacchia, Assistant Division Chief for Planning, directed the planning
chiefs were: Donald R. Dalzell, Kenneth A. Riccini, Billy E. Stark, and                       and implementation of processes for defining 1990 census geographic
James E. Steed. Processing offices were managed by Alfred Cruz, Jr.,                          areas. Silla G. Tomasi, Assistant Division Chief for Operations, managed
Earle B. Knapp, Jr., Judith N. Petty, Mark M. Taylor, Russell L.                              the planning and implementation of 1990 census mapping applications
Valentine, Jr., Carol A. Van Horn, and C. Kemble Worley. The following                        using the TIGER System. The following branch chiefs made significant
branch chiefs made significant contributions: Jonathan G. Ankers,                             contributions: Frederick R. Broome, Charles E. Dingman, Linda M.
Sharron S. Baucom, Catharine W. Burt, Vickie L. Cotton, Robert J.                             Franz, David E. Galdi, Dan N. Harding, Donald I. Hirschfeld, David B.
Hemmig, George H. McLaughlin, Carol M. Miller, Lorraine D. Neece,                             Meixler, Peter Rosenson, Joel Sobel, Brian Swanhart, and Richard
Peggy S. Payne, William L. Peil, Cotty A. Smith, Dennis W. Stoudt, and                        Trois. Other important contributors were Gerard Boudriault,
Richard R. Warren. Other important contributors were Eleanor I. Banks,                        Desmond J. Carron, Anthony W. Costanzo, Paul W. Daisey,
Miriam R. Barton, Danny L. Burkhead, J. Kenneth Butler, Jr., Albert A.                        Beverly A. Davis, Carl S. Hantman, Christine J. Kinnear, Terence D.
Csellar, Donald H. Danbury, Judith A. Dawson, Donald R. Dwyer,                                McDowell, Linda M. Pike, Rose J. A. Quarato, Lourdes Ramirez,
Beverly B. Fransen, Katherine H. Gilbert, Lynn A. Hollabaugh, Ellen B.                        Gavin H. Shaw, Daniel L. Sweeney, Timothy F. Trainor, Phyllis S.
Katzoff, Randy M. Klear, Norman W. Larsen, Peter J. Long, Sue Love,                           Willette, and Walter E. Yergen.
Patricia O. Madson, Mark J. Matsko, John R. Murphy, Dan E. Philipp,                               The Statistical Support Division, John H. Thompson, Chief, directed
Eugene M. Rashlich, Willie T. Robertson, Barbara A. Rosen, Sharon A.                          the application of mathematical statistical techniques in the design and
Schoch, Imelda B. Severdia, Diane J. Simmons, Emmett F. Spiers,                               conduct of the census. John S. Linebarger, Assistant Division Chief for
Johanne M. Stovall, M. Lisa Sylla, and Jess D. Thompson.                                      Quality Assurance, directed the development and implementation of
    The Housing and Household Economic Statistics Division, Daniel H.                         operational and software quality assurance. Henry F. Woltman, Assis-
Weinberg, Chief, developed the questionnaire content, designed the data                       tant Division Chief for Census Design, directed the development and
tabulations, and reviewed the data for the economic and housing charac-                       implementation of sample design, disclosure avoidance, weighting, and
teristics. Gordon W. Green, Jr., Assistant Division Chief for Economic                        variance estimation. Howard Hogan and David V. Bateman were
Characteristics, and Leonard J. Norry, Assistant Division Chief for Hous-                     contributing assistant division chiefs. The following branch chiefs made
ing Characteristics, directed the development of this work. The following                     significant contributions: Florence H. Abramson, Deborah H. Griffin,
branch chiefs made significant contributions: William A. Downs, Peter J.                      Richard A. Griffin, Lawrence I. Iskow, and Michael L. Mersch. Other
Fronczek, Patricia A. Johnson, Enrique J. Lamas, Charles T. Nelson,                           important contributors were Linda A. Flores-Baez, Larry M. Bates,
and Thomas S. Scopp. Other important contributors were Eleanor                                Somonica L. Green, James E. Hartman, Steven D. Jarvis, Alfredo
F. Baugher, Jeanne C. Benetti, Robert L. Bennefield, Robert W.                                Navarro, Eric L. Schindler, Carolyn T. Swan, and Glenn D. White.
Bonnette, William S. Chapin, Higinio Feliciano, Timothy S. Grall,                                 The 1990 Census Redistricting Data Office, Marshall L. Turner, Jr.,
Cynthia J. Harpine, Selwyn Jones, Mary C. Kirk, Richard G. Kreinsen,                          Chief, assisted by Cathy L. Talbert, directed the development and
Gordon H. Lester, Mark S. Littman, Wilfred T. Masumura, John M.                               implementation of the 1990 Census Redistricting Data Program.
McNeil, Diane C. Murphy, George F. Patterson, Thomas J. Palumbo,                                  The Administrative and Publications Services Division, Walter C.
Kirby G. Posey, John Priebe, Anne D. Smoler, and Carmina F. Young.                            Odom, Chief, provided direction for the census administrative services,
    The Population Division, Paula J. Schneider, Chief, developed the                         publications, printing, and graphics functions. Michael G. Garland was a
questionnaire content, designed the data tabulations, and reviewed the                        contributing assistant division chief. The following branch and staff chiefs
data for the demographic and social characteristics of the population.                        made significant contributions: Bernard E. Baymler, Albert W. Cosner,
Philip N. Fulton, Assistant Division Chief for Census Programs, directed                      Gary J. Lauffer, Gerald A. Mann, Clement B. Nettles, Russell Price,
the development of this work. Other assistant division chiefs were                            and Barbara J. Stanard. Other important contributors were Barbara M.
Nampeo R. McKenney and Arthur J. Norton. The following branch and                             Abbott, Robert J. Brown, David M. Coontz, and John T. Overby.
staff chiefs made significant contributions: Jorge H. del Pinal, Campbell J.                      The Data Preparation Division, Joseph S. Harris, Chief, provided
Gibson, Roderick J. Harrison, Donald J. Hernandez, Jane H. Ingold,                            management of a multi-operational facility including kit preparation,
Martin T. O’Connell, Marie Pees, J. Gregory Robinson, Phillip A.                              procurement, warehousing and supply, and census processing activities.
Salopek, Paul M. Siegel, Robert C. Speaker, Gregory K. Spencer, and                           Plummer Alston, Jr., and Patricia M. Clark were assistant division
Cynthia M. Taeuber. Other important contributors were Celia G. Boertlein,                     chiefs.
Rosalind R. Bruno, Janice A. Costanzo, Rosemarie C. Cowan, Arthur                                 The Field Division, Stanley D. Matchett, Chief, directed the census
R. Cresce, Larry G. Curran, Carmen DeNavas, Robert O. Grymes,                                 data collection and associated field operations. Richard L. Bitzer,
Kristin A. Hansen, Mary C. Hawkins, Rodger V. Johnson, Michael J.                             Richard F. Blass, Karl K. Kindel, and John W. Marshall were assistant
Levin, Edna L. Paisano, Sherry B. Pollock, Stanley J. Rolark, A. Dianne                       division chiefs. Regional office directors were William F. Adams, John E.
Schmidley, Denise I. Smith, and Nancy L. Sweet.                                               Bell, LaVerne Collins, Dwight P. Dean, Arthur G. Dukakis, Sheila H.
    The Data User Services Division, Gerard C. Iannelli, then Chief,                          Grimm, William F. Hill, James F. Holmes, Stanley D. Moore, Marvin L.
directed the development of data product dissemination and information to                     Postma, John E. Reeder, and Leo C. Schilling.
increase awareness, understanding, and use of census data. Marie G.                               The Personnel Division, David P. Warner, Chief, provided manage-
Argana, Assistant Chief for Data User Services, directed preparation of                       ment direction and guidance to the staffing, planning pay systems, and
electronic data products and their dissemination. Alfonso E. Mirabal,                         employee relations programs for the census. Colleen A. Woodard was
Assistant Chief for Group Information and Advisory Services, directed                         the assistant chief.
activities related to the National Services Program, State Data Centers, and                      The Technical Services Division, C. Thomas DiNenna, Chief, designed,
preparation of training materials. The following branch chiefs made signif-                   developed, deployed, and produced automated technology for census
icant contributions: Deborah D. Barrett, Frederick G. Bohme, Larry W.                         data processing.
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                                                                                                                              1990 CP-2-14
                                                                                              1990 Census of Population
                                                                                                    Social and Economic
                                                                                                          Characteristics
                                                                                                                                Idaho




                                                                                                                 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                                                          BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
               Administration                                                                  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 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------       iv
How to Use This Census Report -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------           I–1
Table Finding Guide---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------       II–1
User Notes ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------     III–1


Statistical Tables (For detailed list of statistical tables, see page iv.) ---------------------------------------------------        1


APPENDIXES

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




CONTENTS                                                                                                                             iii
                                                  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                                                                                 Page               Table                                                 Page

 1.          Summary of Social Characteristics:                                                            9.         Summary of Social and Economic
             1990                                                                                 1                   Characteristics for Black Persons
               State                                                                                                  and for Households and Families
               Urban and Rural and Size of Place                                                                      with a Black Householder: 1990                  21
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                          State
                Area                                                                                                    Urban and Rural and Size of Place
               County                                                                                                   Inside and Outside Metropolitan
               Place and [In Selected States]                                                                            Area
                County Subdivision [2,500 or More                                                                       County
                Persons]                                                                                                Place and [In Selected States]
                                                                                                                         County Subdivision [2,500 or More
 2.          Summary of Labor Force and                                                                                  Persons]
             Commuting Characteristics: 1990                                                      3
               State
               Urban and Rural and Size of Place
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                             10.        Summary of Social and Economic
                Area                                                                                                  Characteristics for American Indian,
               County                                                                                                 Eskimo, or Aleut Persons and for
               Place and [In Selected States]                                                                         Households and Families with an
                County Subdivision [2,500 or More                                                                     American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut
                Persons]                                                                                              Householder: 1990                               22
                                                                                                                        State
 3.          Summary of Occupation, Income,                                                                             Urban and Rural and Size of Place
             and Poverty Characteristics: 1990                                                    5                     Inside and Outside Metropolitan
               State                                                                                                     Area
               Urban and Rural and Size of Place                                                                        County
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                          Place and [In Selected States]
                Area                                                                                                     County Subdivision [2,500 or More
               County                                                                                                    Persons]
               Place and [In Selected States]
                County Subdivision [2,500 or More
                Persons]
                                                                                                           11.        Summary of Social and Economic
 4.          Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990                                                       7                   Characteristics for Asian or Pacific
               State                                                                                                  Islander Persons and for
               Urban and Rural and Size of Place                                                                      Households and Families with an
                                                                                                                      Asian or Pacific Islander
 5.          Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990                                                       8                   Householder: 1990                               23
               State                                                                                                    State
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                          Urban and Rural and Size of Place
                Area                                                                                                    Inside and Outside Metropolitan
                                                                                                                         Area
 6.          Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990                                                       9                     County
               County                                                                                                   Place and [In Selected States]
                                                                                                                         County Subdivision [2,500 or More
 7.          Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990                                                     14                       Persons]
               Place and [In Selected States]
               County Subdivision [2,500 or More
               Persons]
                                                                                                           12.        Summary of Social and Economic
 8.          Summary of Social and Economic                                                                           Characteristics for Hispanic Origin
             Characteristics for White Persons                                                                        Persons and for Households and
             and for Households and Families                                                                          Families with an Hispanic Origin
             with a White Householder: 1990                                                     19                    Householder: 1990                               24
               State                                                                                                    State
               Urban and Rural and Size of Place                                                                        Urban and Rural and Size of Place
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                          Inside and Outside Metropolitan
                Area                                                                                                     Area
               County                                                                                                   County
               Place and [In Selected States]                                                                           Place and [In Selected States]
                County Subdivision [2,500 or More                                                                        County Subdivision [2,500 or More
                Persons]                                                                                                 Persons]

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 13.         Summary of Social and Economic                                                                23.        Geographic Mobility, Commuting,
             Characteristics for White, Not of                                                                        and Veteran Status: 1990                       36
             Hispanic Origin Persons and for                                                                            State
             Households and Families with a                                                                             Urban and Rural and Size of Place
             White, Not of Hispanic Origin
             Householder: 1990                                                                  25         24.        Labor Force Characteristics: 1990              37
               State                                                                                                    State
               Urban and Rural and Size of Place                                                                        Urban and Rural and Size of Place
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan
                Area                                                                                       25.        Occupation of Employed Persons:
               County                                                                                                 1990                                           38
               Place and [In Selected States]                                                                           State
                County Subdivision [2,500 or More                                                                       Urban and Rural and Size of Place
                Persons]
                                                                                                           26.        Industry of Employed Persons:
 14.         Summary of Social Characteristics                                                                         1990                                          39
             of American Indian, Eskimo, or                                                                              State
             Aleut Persons for American Indian                                                                           Urban and Rural and Size of Place
             and Alaska Native Areas: 1990                                                      27
               American Indian Area                                                                        27.        Class of Worker, Work Status in
                                                                                                                      1989, and Last Occupation of
 15.         Summary of Labor Force and                                                                               Experienced Unemployed: 1990                   40
             Commuting Characteristics of                                                                               State
             American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                                                          Urban and Rural and Size of Place
             Persons for American Indian and
             Alaska Native Areas: 1990                                                          28         28.        Income in 1989 of Households,
               American Indian Area                                                                                    Families, and Persons: 1990                   41
                                                                                                                         State
 16.         Summary of Occupation, Income,                                                                              Urban and Rural and Size of Place
             and Poverty Characteristics of
             American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                                             29.        Poverty Status in 1989 of Families
             Persons for American Indian and                                                                          and Persons: 1990                              42
             Alaska Native Areas: 1990                                                          29                      State
               American Indian Area                                                                                     Urban and Rural and Size of Place
 17.         Ancestry: 1990                                                                     30         30.        Selected Characteristics of Persons
               State                                                                                                  60 Years and Over by Age: 1990                 43
               Urban and Rural and Size of Place                                                                        State
 18.         Nativity,       Citizenship, Year of Entry,                                                                Urban and Rural and Size of Place
             Area of         Birth, and Language
             Spoken          at Home: 1990                                                      31         31.        Ancestry: 1990                                 44
               State                                                                                                    State
               Urban         and Rural and Size of Place                                                                Inside and Outside Metropolitan
                                                                                                                         Area
 19.         Place of Birth of Foreign-Born
             Persons: 1990                                                                      32         32.        Nativity, Citizenship, Year of Entry,
                State                                                                                                 Area of Birth, and Language
                Urban and Rural and Size of Place                                                                     Spoken at Home: 1990                           45
                                                                                                                        State
 20.         Age, Sex, Ability to Speak English,                                                                        Inside and Outside Metropolitan
             and Disability: 1990                                                               33                       Area
               State
               Urban and Rural and Size of Place                                                           33.        Place of Birth of Foreign-Born
                                                                                                                      Persons: 1990                                  46
 21.         Fertility and Household and Family                                                                          State
             Composition: 1990                                                                  34                       Inside and Outside Metropolitan
               State                                                                                                      Area
               Urban and Rural and Size of Place
                                                                                                           34.        Age, Sex, Ability to Speak English,
 22.         School Enrollment and Educational                                                                        and Disability: 1990                           47
             Attainment: 1990                                                                   35                      State
               State                                                                                                    Inside and Outside Metropolitan
               Urban and Rural and Size of Place                                                                         Area




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 35.         Fertility and Household and Family                                                            46.        Fertility and Household and Family
             Composition: 1990                                                                  48                    Composition by Race and Hispanic
               State                                                                                                  Origin: 1990                                   59
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                          State
                Area
                                                                                                           47.        School Enrollment and Educational
 36.         School Enrollment and Educational                                                                        Attainment by Race and Hispanic
             Attainment: 1990                                                                   49                    Origin: 1990                                   60
               State                                                                                                    State
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan
                Area                                                                                       48.        Geographic Mobility, Commuting,
                                                                                                                      and Veteran Status by Race and
 37.         Geographic Mobility, Commuting,                                                                          Hispanic Origin: 1990                          61
             and Veteran Status: 1990                                                           50                      State
               State
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                             49.        Labor Force Characteristics by Race
                Area                                                                                                  and Hispanic Origin: 1990                      62
                                                                                                                        State
 38.         Labor Force Characteristics: 1990                                                  51
               State                                                                                       50.        Occupation of Employed Persons by
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                        Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990                 63
                Area                                                                                                    State
 39.         Occupation of Employed Persons:                                                               51.        Industry of Employed Persons by
             1990                                                                               52                     Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990                64
               State                                                                                                    State
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan
                Area                                                                                       52.        Class of Worker, Work Status in
 40.         Industry of Employed Persons:                                                                            1989, and Last Occupation of
              1990                                                                              53                    Experienced Unemployed by Race
                                                                                                                      and Hispanic Origin: 1990                      65
                State                                                                                                   State
                Inside and Outside Metropolitan
                 Area                                                                                      53.        Income in 1989 of Households,
 41.         Class of Worker, Work Status in                                                                           Families, and Persons by Race and
             1989, and Last Occupation of                                                                              Hispanic Origin: 1990                         66
             Experienced Unemployed: 1990                                                       54                       State
               State
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                             54.        Poverty Status in 1989 of Families
                Area                                                                                                  and Persons by Race and Hispanic
                                                                                                                      Origin: 1990                                   67
 42.         Income in 1989 of Households,                                                                              State
              Families, and Persons: 1990                                                       55
                State                                                                                      55.        Selected Characteristics of Persons
                Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                       60 Years and Over by Race and
                 Area                                                                                                 Hispanic Origin: 1990                          68
                                                                                                                        State
 43.         Poverty Status in 1989 of Families
             and Persons: 1990                                                                  56         56.        Age, Fertility, and Household and
               State                                                                                                  Family Composition of White
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                        Persons: 1990                                  69
                Area                                                                                                    State
                                                                                                                        Urban and Rural
 44.         Selected Characteristics of Persons                                                                        Inside and Outside Metropolitan
             60 Years and Over by Age: 1990                                                     57                       Area
               State
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                             57.        Age, Fertility, and Household and
                Area                                                                                                  Family Composition of Black
                                                                                                                      Persons: 1990                                  70
 45.         Age, Sex, Ability to Speak English,                                                                        State
             and Disability by Race and Hispanic                                                                        Urban and Rural
             Origin: 1990                                                                       58                      Inside and Outside Metropolitan
               State                                                                                                     Area




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 58.         Age, Fertility, and Household and                                                             66.        Education, Ability to Speak English,
             Family Composition of American                                                                           and Disability of Hispanic Origin
             Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons:                                                                        Persons: 1990                                 79
             1990                                                                               71                      State
               State                                                                                                    Urban and Rural
               Urban and Rural                                                                                          Inside and Outside Metropolitan
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                           Area
                Area
                                                                                                           67.        Education, Ability to Speak English,
 59.         Age, Fertility, and Household and                                                                        and Disability of White, Not of
             Family Composition of Asian or                                                                           Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990                 80
             Pacific Islander Persons: 1990                                                     72                      State
               State                                                                                                    Urban and Rural
               Urban and Rural                                                                                          Inside and Outside Metropolitan
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                           Area
                Area
                                                                                                           68.        Geographic Mobility, Commuting,
 60.         Age, Fertility, and Household and                                                                        and Industry of White Persons:
             Family Composition of Hispanic                                                                           1990                                          81
             Origin Persons: 1990                                                               73                      State
               State                                                                                                    Urban and Rural
               Urban and Rural                                                                                          Inside and Outside Metropolitan
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                           Area
                Area
                                                                                                           69.        Geographic Mobility, Commuting,
 61.         Age, Fertility, and Household and                                                                        and Industry of Black Persons:
             Family Composition of White, Not                                                                         1990                                          82
             of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990                                                   74                      State
               State                                                                                                    Urban and Rural
               Urban and Rural                                                                                          Inside and Outside Metropolitan
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                           Area
                Area
                                                                                                           70.        Geographic Mobility, Commuting,
 62.         Education, Ability to Speak English,                                                                     and Industry of American Indian,
             and Disability of White Persons:                                                                         Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990                83
             1990                                                                               75                      State
               State                                                                                                    Urban and Rural
               Urban and Rural                                                                                          Inside and Outside Metropolitan
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                           Area
                Area
 63.         Education, Ability to Speak English,                                                          71.        Geographic Mobility, Commuting,
             and Disability of Black Persons:                                                                         and Industry of Asian or Pacific
             1990                                                                               76                    Islander Persons: 1990                        84
               State                                                                                                    State
               Urban and Rural                                                                                          Urban and Rural
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                          Inside and Outside Metropolitan
                Area                                                                                                     Area

 64.         Education, Ability to Speak English,                                                          72.        Geographic Mobility, Commuting,
             and Disability of American Indian,                                                                       and Industry of Hispanic Origin
             Eskimo, or Aleut Persons: 1990                                                     77                    Persons: 1990                                 85
               State                                                                                                    State
               Urban and Rural                                                                                          Urban and Rural
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                          Inside and Outside Metropolitan
                Area                                                                                                     Area

 65.         Education, Ability to Speak English,                                                          73.        Geographic Mobility, Commuting,
             and Disability of Asian or Pacific                                                                       and Industry of White, Not of
             Islander Persons: 1990                                                             78                    Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990                 86
               State                                                                                                    State
               Urban and Rural                                                                                          Urban and Rural
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                          Inside and Outside Metropolitan
                Area                                                                                                     Area




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 74.         Labor Force Characteristics of                                                                82.        Additional Labor Force
             White Persons: 1990                                                                87                    Characteristics and Veteran Status
               State                                                                                                  of American Indian, Eskimo, or
               Urban and Rural                                                                                        Aleut Persons: 1990                           95
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                          State
                Area                                                                                                    Urban and Rural
                                                                                                                        Inside and Outside Metropolitan
 75.         Labor Force Characteristics of                                                                              Area
             Black Persons: 1990                                                                88         83.        Additional Labor Force
               State                                                                                                  Characteristics and Veteran Status
               Urban and Rural                                                                                        of Asian or Pacific Islander
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                        Persons: 1990                                 96
                Area                                                                                                    State
                                                                                                                        Urban and Rural
 76.         Labor Force Characteristics of                                                                             Inside and Outside Metropolitan
             American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                                                           Area
             Persons: 1990                                                                      89
               State                                                                                       84.        Additional Labor Force
               Urban and Rural                                                                                        Characteristics and Veteran Status
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                        of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990              97
                Area                                                                                                    State
                                                                                                                        Urban and Rural
 77.         Labor Force Characteristics of                                                                             Inside and Outside Metropolitan
             Asian or Pacific Islander Persons:                                                                          Area
             1990                                                                               90
               State                                                                                       85.        Additional Labor Force
               Urban and Rural                                                                                        Characteristics and Veteran Status
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                        of White, Not of Hispanic Origin
                Area                                                                                                  Persons: 1990                                 98
                                                                                                                        State
                                                                                                                        Urban and Rural
 78.         Labor Force Characteristics of                                                                             Inside and Outside Metropolitan
             Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990                                                      91                       Area
               State
               Urban and Rural                                                                             86.        Occupation of Employed White
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                        Persons: 1990                                 99
                Area                                                                                                    State
                                                                                                                        Urban and Rural
 79.         Labor Force Characteristics of                                                                             Inside and Outside Metropolitan
             White, Not of Hispanic Origin                                                                               Area
             Persons: 1990                                                                      92
               State                                                                                       87.        Occupation of Employed Black
               Urban and Rural                                                                                        Persons: 1990                             100
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                          State
                Area                                                                                                    Urban and Rural
                                                                                                                        Inside and Outside Metropolitan
                                                                                                                         Area
 80.         Additional Labor Force
             Characteristics and Veteran Status                                                            88.        Occupation of Employed American
             of White Persons: 1990                                                             93                    Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons:
               State                                                                                                  1990                                      101
               Urban and Rural                                                                                          State
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                          Urban and Rural
                Area                                                                                                    Inside and Outside Metropolitan
                                                                                                                         Area
 81.         Additional Labor Force
             Characteristics and Veteran Status                                                            89.        Occupation of Employed Asian or
             of Black Persons: 1990                                                             94                    Pacific Islander Persons: 1990            102
               State                                                                                                    State
               Urban and Rural                                                                                          Urban and Rural
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                          Inside and Outside Metropolitan
                Area                                                                                                     Area




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             Origin Persons: 1990                                                             103                     Families and Persons: 1990                112
               State                                                                                                    State
               Urban and Rural                                                                                          Urban and Rural
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                          Inside and Outside Metropolitan
                Area                                                                                                     Area
 91.         Occupation of Employed White, Not
             of Hispanic Origin Persons: 1990                                                 104          100.       Poverty Status in 1989 of American
               State                                                                                                  Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Families
               Urban and Rural                                                                                        and Persons: 1990                         113
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                          State
                Area                                                                                                    Urban and Rural
                                                                                                                        Inside and Outside Metropolitan
 92.         Income in 1989 of White                                                                                     Area
              Households, Families, and Persons:
              1990                                                                            105
                State                                                                                      101.       Poverty Status in 1989 of Asian or
                Urban and Rural                                                                                       Pacific Islander Families and
                Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                       Persons: 1990                             114
                 Area                                                                                                   State
                                                                                                                        Urban and Rural
 93.         Income in 1989 of Black                                                                                    Inside and Outside Metropolitan
              Households, Families, and Persons:                                                                         Area
              1990                                                                            106
                State
                Urban and Rural                                                                            102.       Poverty Status in 1989 of Hispanic
                Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                       Origin Families and Persons: 1990         115
                 Area                                                                                                   State
                                                                                                                        Urban and Rural
 94.         Income in 1989 of American Indian,                                                                         Inside and Outside Metropolitan
              Eskimo, or Aleut Households,                                                                               Area
              Families, and Persons: 1990                                                     107
                State
                Urban and Rural                                                                            103.       Poverty Status in 1989 of White, Not
                Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                       of Hispanic Origin Families and
                 Area                                                                                                 Persons: 1990                             116
                                                                                                                        State
 95.         Income in 1989 of Asian or Pacific                                                                         Urban and Rural
              Islander Households, Families, and                                                                        Inside and Outside Metropolitan
              Persons: 1990                                                                   108                        Area
                State
                Urban and Rural                                                                            104.       Selected Characteristics of White
                Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                       Persons 60 Years and Over by Age:
                 Area                                                                                                 1990                                      117
                                                                                                                        State
 96.         Income in 1989 of Hispanic Origin                                                                          Urban and Rural
              Households, Families, and Persons:                                                                        Inside and Outside Metropolitan
              1990                                                                            109                        Area
                State
                Urban and Rural
                Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                            105.       Selected Characteristics of Black
                 Area                                                                                                 Persons 60 Years and Over by Age:
                                                                                                                      1990                                      118
 97.         Income in 1989 of White, Not of                                                                            State
              Hispanic Origin Households,                                                                               Urban and Rural
              Families, and Persons: 1990                                                     110                       Inside and Outside Metropolitan
                State                                                                                                    Area
                Urban and Rural
                Inside and Outside Metropolitan
                 Area                                                                                      106.       Selected Characteristics of
                                                                                                                      American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut
 98.         Poverty Status in 1989 of White                                                                          Persons 60 Years and Over by Age:
             Families and Persons: 1990                                                       111                     1990                                      119
               State                                                                                                    State
               Urban and Rural                                                                                          Urban and Rural
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                          Inside and Outside Metropolitan
                Area                                                                                                     Area

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 107.        Selected Characteristics of Asian or                                                          119.       Age, Fertility, and Household and
             Pacific Islander Persons 60 Years                                                                        Family Composition for Selected
             and Over by Age: 1990                                                            120                     Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990                141
               State                                                                                                    State
               Urban and Rural
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                             120.       Education, Ability to Speak English,
                Area                                                                                                  and Disability for Selected Hispanic
                                                                                                                      Origin Groups: 1990                         143
 108.        Selected Characteristics of Hispanic                                                                       State
             Origin Persons 60 Years and Over
             by Age: 1990                                                                     121          121.       Geographic Mobility, Commuting,
               State                                                                                                  and Industry of Employed Persons
               Urban and Rural                                                                                        for Selected Hispanic Origin
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                        Groups: 1990                                145
                Area                                                                                                    State
 109.        Selected Characteristics of White,                                                            122.       Labor Force Characteristics for
             Not of Hispanic Origin Persons 60                                                                        Selected Hispanic Origin Groups:
             Years and Over by Age: 1990                                                      122                     1990                                        147
               State                                                                                                    State
               Urban and Rural
               Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                             123.       Additional Labor Force
                Area                                                                                                  Characteristics and Veteran Status
                                                                                                                      for Selected Hispanic Origin
 110.        Age, Fertility, and Household and                                                                        Groups: 1990                                149
             Family Composition for Selected                                                                            State
             Racial Groups: 1990                                                              123
               State                                                                                       124.       Occupation of Employed Persons
                                                                                                                      for Selected Hispanic Origin
 111.        Education, Ability to Speak English,                                                                     Groups: 1990                                151
             and Disability for Selected Racial                                                                         State
             Groups: 1990                                                                     125
               State                                                                                       125.       Income in 1989 of Households,
                                                                                                                       Families, and Persons for Selected
 112.        Geographic Mobility, Commuting,                                                                           Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990               153
             and Industry of Employed Persons                                                                            State
             for Selected Racial Groups: 1990                                                 127
               State                                                                                       126.       Poverty Status in 1989 of Families
 113.        Labor Force Characteristics for                                                                          and Persons for Selected Hispanic
             Selected Racial Groups: 1990                                                     129                     Origin Groups: 1990                         155
               State                                                                                                    State

 114.        Additional Labor Force                                                                        127.       Selected Characteristics of Persons
             Characteristics and Veteran Status                                                                       60 Years and Over for Selected
             for Selected Racial Groups: 1990                                                 131                     Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990                157
               State                                                                                                    State

 115.        Occupation of Employed Persons                                                                128.       Age, Fertility, and Household and
             for Selected Racial Groups: 1990                                                 133                     Family Composition for Race and
               State                                                                                                  Hispanic Origin: 1990                       159
                                                                                                                        State
 116.        Income in 1989 of Households,
              Families, and Persons for Selected                                                           129.       Education, Ability to Speak English,
              Racial Groups: 1990                                                             135                     and Disability for Race and
                State                                                                                                 Hispanic Origin: 1990                       160
                                                                                                                        State
 117.        Poverty Status in 1989 of Families
             and Persons for Selected Racial                                                               130.       Geographic Mobility, Commuting,
             Groups: 1990                                                                     137                     and Industry of Employed Persons
               State                                                                                                  for Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990          161
                                                                                                                        State
 118.        Selected Characteristics of Persons
             60 Years and Over for Selected                                                                131.       Labor Force Characteristics for
             Racial Groups: 1990                                                              139                     Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990              162
               State                                                                                                    State



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 132.        Additional Labor Force                                                                        147.       Class of Worker, Work Status in
             Characteristics and Veteran Status                                                                       1989, and Last Occupation of
             for Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990                                               163                     Experienced Unemployed: 1990              218
               State                                                                                                    County

 133.        Occupation of Employed Persons                                                                148.       Income in 1989 of Households,
             for Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990                                               164                      Families, and Persons: 1990              223
               State                                                                                                     County
                                                                                                           149.       Poverty Status in 1989 of Families
 134.        Income in 1989 of Households,                                                                            and Persons: 1990                         228
              Families, and Persons for Race and                                                                        County
              Hispanic Origin: 1990                                                           165
                State                                                                                      150.       Selected Characteristics of Persons
                                                                                                                      60 Years and Over by Age: 1990            233
 135.        Poverty Status in 1989 of Families                                                                         County
             and Persons for Race and Hispanic
             Origin: 1990                                                                     166          151.       Age, Fertility, and Household and
               State                                                                                                  Family Composition by Race and
                                                                                                                      Hispanic Origin: 1990                     238
                                                                                                                        County
 136.        Selected Characteristics of Persons
             60 Years and Over for Race and                                                                152.       Education, Ability to Speak English,
             Hispanic Origin: 1990                                                            167                     and Disability by Race and Hispanic
               State                                                                                                  Origin: 1990                              243
                                                                                                                        County
 137.        Ancestry: 1990                                                                   168
               County                                                                                      153.       Geographic Mobility, Commuting,
                                                                                                                      and Industry of Employed Persons
 138.        Nativity, Citizenship, Year of Entry,                                                                    by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990         248
             Area of Birth, and Language                                                                                County
             Spoken at Home: 1990                                                             173          154.       Labor Force Characteristics by Race
               County                                                                                                 and Hispanic Origin: 1990                 253
                                                                                                                        County
 139.        Place of Birth of Foreign-Born
             Persons: 1990                                                                    178          155.       Additional Labor Force
                County                                                                                                Characteristics and Veteran Status
                                                                                                                      by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990         258
 140.        Age, Sex, Ability to Speak English,                                                                        County
             and Disability: 1990                                                             183
               County                                                                                      156.       Occupation of Employed Persons by
                                                                                                                      Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990            263
                                                                                                                        County
 141.        Fertility and Household and Family
             Composition: 1990                                                                188          157.       Income in 1989 of Households,
               County                                                                                                  Families, and Persons by Race and
                                                                                                                       Hispanic Origin: 1990                    268
 142.        School Enrollment and Educational                                                                           County
             Attainment: 1990                                                                 193
               County                                                                                      158.       Poverty Status in 1989 of Families
                                                                                                                      and Persons by Race and Hispanic
 143.        Geographic Mobility, Commuting,                                                                          Origin: 1990                              273
             and Veteran Status: 1990                                                         198                       County
               County
                                                                                                           159.       Selected Characteristics of Persons
 144.        Labor Force Characteristics: 1990                                                203                     60 Years and Over by Race and
               County                                                                                                 Hispanic Origin: 1990                     278
                                                                                                                        County
 145.        Occupation of Employed Persons:                                                               160.       Social Characteristics for Selected
             1990                                                                             208                     Racial Groups: 1990                       283
               County                                                                                                   County
 146.        Industry of Employed Persons:                                                                 161.       Labor Force Characteristics for
              1990                                                                            213                     Selected Racial Groups: 1990              284
                County                                                                                                  County


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 162.        Income and Poverty Status in 1989                                                             174.       Occupation of Employed Persons:
              for Selected Racial Groups: 1990                                                285                     1990                                       300
                County                                                                                                  Place and [In Selected States]
                                                                                                                        County Subdivision [10,000 or More
 163.        Social Characteristics for Selected                                                                        Persons]
             Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990                                                     286
               County
                                                                                                           175.       Industry of Employed Persons:
 164.        Labor Force Characteristics for                                                                           1990                                      301
             Selected Hispanic Origin Groups:                                                                            Place and [In Selected States]
             1990                                                                             288                        County Subdivision [10,000 or More
               County                                                                                                    Persons]
 165.        Income and Poverty Status in 1989
              for Selected Hispanic Origin                                                                 176.       Class of Worker, Work Status in
              Groups: 1990                                                                    290                     1989, and Last Occupation of
                County                                                                                                Experienced Unemployed: 1990               302
                                                                                                                        Place and [In Selected States]
 166.        Ancestry: 1990                                                                   292                        County Subdivision [10,000 or More
               Place and [In Selected States]                                                                            Persons]
               County Subdivision [10,000 or More
               Persons]
                                                                                                           177.       Income in 1989 of Households,
 167.        Nativity, Citizenship, Year of Entry,                                                                     Families, and Persons: 1990               303
             Area of Birth, and Language                                                                                 Place and [In Selected States]
             Spoken at Home: 1990                                                             293                        County Subdivision [10,000 or More
               Place and [In Selected States]                                                                            Persons]
                County Subdivision [10,000 or More
                Persons]
                                                                                                           178.       Poverty Status in 1989 of Families
 168.        Place of Birth of Foreign-Born                                                                           and Persons: 1990                          304
             Persons: 1990                                                                    294                       Place and [In Selected States]
                Place and [In Selected States]                                                                          County Subdivision [10,000 or More
                County Subdivision [10,000 or More                                                                      Persons]
                Persons]
 169.        Age, Sex, Ability to Speak English,                                                           179.       Selected Characteristics of Persons
             and Disability: 1990                                                             295                     60 Years and Over, by Age: 1990            305
               Place and [In Selected States]                                                                           Place and [In Selected States]
               County Subdivision [10,000 or More                                                                        County Subdivision [10,000 or More
               Persons]                                                                                                  Persons]

 170.        Fertility and Household and Family                                                            180.       Age, Fertility, and Household and
             Composition: 1990                                                                296                     Family Composition by Race and
               Place and [In Selected States]                                                                         Hispanic Origin: 1990                      306
                County Subdivision [10,000 or More                                                                      Place and [In Selected States]
                Persons]                                                                                                County Subdivision [10,000 or More
                                                                                                                        Persons]
 171.        School Enrollment and Educational
             Attainment: 1990                                                                 297
               Place and [In Selected States]                                                              181.       Education, Ability to Speak English,
               County Subdivision [10,000 or More                                                                     and Disability by Race and Hispanic
               Persons]                                                                                               Origin: 1990                               308
                                                                                                                        Place and [In Selected States]
 172.        Geographic Mobility, Commuting,                                                                            County Subdivision [10,000 or More
             and Veteran Status: 1990                                                         298                       Persons]
               Place and [In Selected States]
               County Subdivision [10,000 or More
               Persons]                                                                                    182.       Geographic Mobility, Commuting,
                                                                                                                      and Industry of Employed Persons
 173.        Labor Force Characteristics: 1990                                                299                     by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990          310
               Place and [In Selected States]                                                                           Place and [In Selected States]
                County Subdivision [10,000 or More                                                                      County Subdivision [10,000 or More
                Persons]                                                                                                Persons]




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 183.        Labor Force Characteristics by Race                                                           193.       Labor Force Characteristics for
             and Hispanic Origin: 1990                                                        312                     Selected Hispanic Origin Groups:
               Place and [In Selected States]                                                                         1990                                        328
                County Subdivision [10,000 or More                                                                      Place and [In Selected States]
                Persons]                                                                                                 County Subdivision [10,000 or More
                                                                                                                         Persons]
 184.        Additional Labor Force                                                                        194.       Income and Poverty Status in 1989
             Characteristics and Veteran Status                                                                        for Selected Hispanic Origin
             by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990                                                314                      Groups: 1990                               329
               Place and [In Selected States]                                                                            Place and [In Selected States]
               County Subdivision [10,000 or More                                                                         County Subdivision [10,000 or More
               Persons]                                                                                                   Persons]

 185.        Occupation of Employed Persons by                                                             195.       Ancestry, Nativity, Citizenship, Year
             Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990                                                   316                     of Entry, Area of Birth, and
               Place and [In Selected States]                                                                         Language Spoken at Home: 1990               330
               County Subdivision [10,000 or More                                                                       Place and [In Selected States]
               Persons]                                                                                                  County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999
                                                                                                                         Persons]

 186.        Income in 1989 of Households,                                                                 196.       Age, Fertility, and Household and
              Families, and Persons by Race and                                                                       Family Composition: 1990                    334
              Hispanic Origin: 1990                                                           318                       Place and [In Selected States]
                Place and [In Selected States]                                                                          County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999
                County Subdivision [10,000 or More                                                                      Persons]
                Persons]
                                                                                                           197.       Education, Ability to Speak English,
                                                                                                                      and Disability: 1990                        338
 187.        Poverty Status in 1989 of Families                                                                         Place and [In Selected States]
             and Persons by Race and Hispanic                                                                           County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999
             Origin: 1990                                                                     320                       Persons]
               Place and [In Selected States]
               County Subdivision [10,000 or More                                                          198.       Geographic Mobility, Commuting,
               Persons]                                                                                               and Industry of Employed Persons:
                                                                                                                      1990                                        342
                                                                                                                        Place and [In Selected States]
 188.        Selected Characteristics of Persons                                                                        County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999
             60 Years and Over by Age by Race                                                                           Persons]
             and Hispanic Origin: 1990                                                        322
               Place and [In Selected States]                                                              199.       Labor Force Characteristics: 1990           346
                County Subdivision [10,000 or More                                                                      Place and [In Selected States]
                Persons]                                                                                                 County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999
                                                                                                                         Persons]
 189.        Social Characteristics for Selected
             Racial Groups: 1990                                                              324          200.       Additional Labor Force
               Place and [In Selected States]                                                                         Characteristics and Veteran Status:
               County Subdivision [10,000 or More                                                                     1990                                        350
               Persons]                                                                                                 Place and [In Selected States]
                                                                                                                        County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999
                                                                                                                        Persons]
 190.        Labor Force Characteristics for
             Selected Racial Groups: 1990                                                     325          201.       Occupation of Employed Persons:
               Place and [In Selected States]                                                                         1990                                        354
                County Subdivision [10,000 or More                                                                      Place and [In Selected States]
                Persons]                                                                                                County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999
                                                                                                                        Persons]
 191.        Income and Poverty Status in 1989
              for Selected Racial Groups: 1990                                                326          202.       Income in 1989 of Households,
                Place and [In Selected States]                                                                         Families, and Persons: 1990                358
                 County Subdivision [10,000 or More                                                                      Place and [In Selected States]
                 Persons]                                                                                                County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999
                                                                                                                         Persons]
 192.Social Characteristics for Selected                                                                   203.       Poverty Status in 1989 of Families
     Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990                                                             327                     and Persons: 1990                           362
       Place and [In Selected States]                                                                                   Place and [In Selected States]
       County Subdivision [10,000 or More                                                                               County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999
       Persons]                                                                                                         Persons]
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 204.        Selected Characteristics of Persons                                                           214.       Race and Hispanic Origin for the
             60 Years and Over by Age: 1990                                                   366                     Rural Portions of Counties: 1990            379
               Place and [In Selected States]                                                                           State
                County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999                                                                      County
                Persons]
                                                                                                           215.       Social Characteristics for the Rural
 205.        Social Characteristics by Race and                                                                       Portions of Counties: 1990                  380
             Hispanic Origin: 1990                                                            370                       State
               Place and [In Selected States]                                                                           County
               County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999
               Persons]                                                                                    216.       Geographic Mobility, Disability,
                                                                                                                      Labor Force Characteristics, and
 206.        Labor Force Characteristics by Race                                                                      Industry for the Rural Portions of
             and Hispanic Origin: 1990                                                        371                     Counties: 1990                              385
               Place and [In Selected States]                                                                           State
                County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999                                                                      County
                Persons]
                                                                                                           217.       Class of Worker, Occupation, and
 207.        Income and Poverty Status in 1989                                                                        Income and Poverty Status in 1989
              by Race and Hispanic Origin: 1990                                               372                     for the Rural Portions of Counties:
                Place and [In Selected States]                                                                        1990                                        390
                County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999                                                                      State
                Persons]                                                                                                County

 208.        Social Characteristics for Selected                                                           218.       Race and Hispanic Origin for the
             Racial Groups: 1990                                                              373                     Rural Farm Portions of Counties:
               Place and [In Selected States]                                                                         1990                                        395
               County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999                                                                       State
               Persons]                                                                                                 County
                                                                                                           219.       Social Characteristics for the Rural
 209.        Labor Force Characteristics for                                                                          Farm Portions of Counties: 1990             396
             Selected Racial Groups: 1990                                                     374                       State
               Place and [In Selected States]                                                                           County
                County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999
                Persons]                                                                                   220.       Geographic Mobility, Disability,
                                                                                                                      Labor Force Characteristics, and
 210.        Income and Poverty Status in 1989                                                                        Industry for Rural Farm Portions of
              for Selected Racial Groups: 1990                                                375                     Counties: 1990                              401
                Place and [In Selected States]                                                                          State
                 County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999                                                                     County
                 Persons]
                                                                                                           221.       Class of Worker, Occupation, and
 211.        Social Characteristics for Selected                                                                      Income and Poverty Status in 1989
             Hispanic Origin Groups: 1990                                                     376                     for the Rural Farm Portions of
               Place and [In Selected States]                                                                         Counties: 1990                              406
               County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999                                                                       State
               Persons]                                                                                                 County
 212.        Labor Force Characteristics for                                                               222.       Age, Fertility, and Household and
             Selected Hispanic Origin Groups:                                                                         Family Composition of American
             1990                                                                             377                     Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons
               Place and [In Selected States]                                                                         for American Indian and Alaska
                County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999                                                                    Native Areas: 1990                          411
                Persons]                                                                                                American Indian Area
 213.        Income and Poverty Status in 1989                                                             223.       Education, Ability to Speak English,
              for Selected Hispanic Origin                                                                            and Disability of American Indian,
              Groups: 1990                                                                    378                     Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for
                Place and [In Selected States]                                                                        American Indian and Alaska Native
                 County Subdivision [2,500 to 9,999                                                                   Areas: 1990                                 412
                 Persons]                                                                                               American Indian Area




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 224.        Geographic Mobility, Commuting,                                                               230.       Selected Characteristics of
             and Industry of Employed Persons                                                                         American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut
             for American Indian, Eskimo, or                                                                          Persons 60 Years and Over for
             Aleut Persons for American Indian                                                                        American Indian and Alaska Native
             and Alaska Native Areas: 1990                                                    413                     Areas: 1990                                419
               American Indian Area                                                                                     American Indian Area
                                                                                                           231.       Characteristics Before and After
 225.        Labor Force Characteristics of                                                                           Allocation: 1990                           420
             American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                                                          State
             Persons for American Indian and
             Alaska Native Areas: 1990                                                        414          232.       Allocation of Selected
               American Indian Area                                                                                   Characteristics: 1990                      424
                                                                                                                         State
                                                                                                                         Urban and Rural and Size of Place
 226.        Additional Labor Force                                                                                      Inside and Outside Metropolitan
             Characteristics and Veteran Status                                                                           Area
             of American Indian, Eskimo, or                                                                              County
             Aleut Persons for American Indian                                                                           Place and [In Selected States]
             and Alaska Native Areas: 1990                                                    415                         County Subdivision [2,500 or More
               American Indian Area                                                                                       Persons]
                                                                                                           233.       Allocation of Selected
 227.        Occupation of Employed American                                                                          Characteristics of American Indian,
             Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Persons                                                                         Eskimo, or Aleut Persons for
             for American Indian and Alaska                                                                           American Indian and Alaska Native
             Native Areas: 1990                                                               416                     Areas: 1990                                426
               American Indian Area                                                                                      American Indian Area
                                                                                                           234.       Percent of Persons in Sample: 1990         427
 228.        Income in 1989 of American Indian,                                                                         State
              Eskimo, or Aleut Households,                                                                              Urban and Rural and Size of Place
              Families, and Persons for American                                                                        Inside and Outside Metropolitan
              Indian and Alaska Native Areas:                                                                            Area
              1990                                                                            417                       County
                American Indian Area                                                                                    Place and [In Selected States]
                                                                                                                         County Subdivision [2,500 or More
                                                                                                                         Persons]
 229.        Poverty Status in 1989 of American
             Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Families                                                             235.       Percent of Persons in Sample for
             and Persons for American Indian                                                                          American Indian and Alaska Native
             and Alaska Native Areas: 1990                                                    418                     Areas: 1990                                428
               American Indian Area                                                                                     American Indian Area




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CONTENTS                                                                                                             HOW TO FIND GEOGRAPHIC AREAS AND
Contents of the Appendixes - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I–3                       SUBJECT-MATTER DATA
Graphics - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I–3
How to Find Geographic Areas and Subject-Matter Data - - - - - - I–1                                                    This report includes a table finding guide to assist the
How to Use the Statistical Tables - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I–2
                                                                                                                     user in locating those statistical tables that contain the
User Notes - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I–3
                                                                                                                     data that are needed. The table finding guide lists alpha-
                                                                                                                     betically, by geographic area, the subjects shown in this
                                                                                                                     report. To determine which tables in this report show data
INTRODUCTION
                                                                                                                     for a particular topic, find the subject in the left-hand
                                                                                                                     column of the table finding guide and then look across the
   Data from the 1990 census are presented in several
                                                                                                                     columns using the headings at the top for the desired type
different report series. These series are published under
                                                                                                                     of geographic area. Below is an example of a table finding
the following three subject titles:
                                                                                                                     guide.
  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 prod-
ucts 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 ver-
sions 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 question-
naire 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 refer-                                table within the report, while the title is a brief statement
ence letter in parentheses after the table number present                                    indicating the classification, nature, and time reference of
characteristics for racial groups or persons of Hispanic                                     the data presented in the table. The headnote is enclosed
origin. The tables without reference letters contain data for                                in brackets and is located under the title. It contains
the total population only. The table finding guide does not                                  statements that qualify, explain, or provide information
include cross-classifications of subject-matter items, nor                                   pertaining to the entire table. In some tables showing racial
does it distinguish among tables presenting data for all                                     and Hispanic origin groups, the headnote includes infor-
persons or housing units and tables presenting data for                                      mation that data are presented only when certain population-
subgroups (for example, persons under 18 years or renter-                                    size criteria (thresholds) are met. (For more information on
occupied housing units) unless it is necessary to locate the                                 thresholds, see the ‘‘User Notes’’ section.)
subject.                                                                                         The boxhead is under the heading. This portion of the
   Additional information to locate data within specific                                     table, which contains the individual column heads or
reports often is provided in the headnote at the top of the                                  captions, describes the data in each vertical column. In the
table finding guide and in the footnotes at the bottom of the                                boxhead of many tables, a spanner appears across and
guide.                                                                                       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
HOW TO USE THE STATISTICAL TABLES
                                                                                             blocks in terms of major aspects of the data.
Parts of a Statistical Table                                                                     The stub is located at the left edge of the table. It
                                                                                             includes a listing of line or row captions or descriptions. At
    The census data included in printed reports are arranged                                 the top of the stub is the stubhead. The stubhead is
in tables. Each table includes four major parts: (1) heading,                                considered to be an extension of the table title and usually
(2) boxhead, (3) stub, and (4) data field.                                                   shows generic geographic area designations and restric-
                                                                                             tions.
    A typical census report table is illustrated below.                                          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. Defi-
                                                                                             nitions 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                                       • (NA) means not available.
headnote. The table number indicates the position of the

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• The prefix ‘‘r’’ indicates that the count has been revised                                 • VTD is voting district.
  since publication of 1980 reports or that the area was
  erroneously omitted or not shown in the correct geo-                                         Census tables often include derived measures such as
  graphic relationship in the 1980 census reports. This                                      medians, means, percents, and ratios. More detailed infor-
  symbol appears only in the 1990 CPH-2, Population and                                      mation about derived measures is provided in appendix B.
  Housing Unit Counts reports.
• A dagger ‘‘†’’ next to the name of a geographic area                                       GRAPHICS
  indicates that there has been a geographic change(s)
  (for example, an annexation or detachment, a new                                              Charts, statistical maps, and other graphic summaries
  incorporation, or a name change) since the information                                     are included in some 1990 census reports. If graphics are
  published for the 1980 census for that area. This symbol                                   shown in a report, they are presented immediately after the
  appears only in the 1990 CPH-2, Population and Hous-                                       ‘‘User Notes’’ section.
  ing Unit Counts reports. The geographic change infor-
  mation for the entities in a State is shown in the ‘‘User
  Notes’’ section of 1990 CPH-2, Population and Housing                                      USER NOTES
  Unit Counts report, for that State. The information for all
  States appears in the ‘‘User Notes’’ section of the                                           User notes include corrections, errata, and related
  technical documentation for Summary Tape Files 1                                           explanatory information. This section appears directly before
  and 3.                                                                                     the statistical tables in census reports unless graphics are
                                                                                             shown. It presents information about unique characteris-
• A plus sign ‘‘+ ’’ or a minus sign ‘‘–’’ following a figure                                tics of the report and changes or corrections made too late
  denotes that the median falls in the initial or terminal                                   to be reflected in the text or tables themselves.
  category of an open-ended distribution. (For more infor-
  mation on medians, see the discussion under ‘‘Derived
  Measures’’ in appendix B.)                                                                 CONTENTS OF THE APPENDIXES
• A minus sign ‘‘–’’ preceding a figure denotes decrease.
                                                                                             Appendix A—Provides definitions of the types of geo-
                                                                                             graphic areas and related information used in census
   The following geographic abbreviations are used in the
                                                                                             reports.
tables and explanations of subjects covered in this report:
• A ‘‘(pt.)’’ next to the name of a geographic area in a                                     Appendix B—Contains definitions for the subject-matter
  hierarchical presentation indicates that the geographic                                    items used in census reports, including explanations of
  entity is only partially located in the superior geographic                                derived measures, limitations of the data, and comparabil-
  entity. For example, a ‘‘(pt.)’’ next to a place name in a                                 ity with previous censuses. The subjects are listed alpha-
  county subdivision-place hierarchy indicates that the                                      betically. In reports that contain both population and
  place is located in more than one county subdivision.                                      housing characteristics, the population characteristics are
  (Places also may be ‘‘split’’ by county, congressional                                     described first, followed by the explanations of the housing
  district, urban/ rural, metropolitan area, voting district,                                subjects.
  and other geographic boundaries, depending on the
  presentation.) Other geographic entities also can be‘‘split’’                              Appendix C—Provides information on confidentiality of
  by a higher-level entity. The exception is a tabulation                                    the data, allocations and substitutions, and sources of
  block, which is unique within all geographic entities in                                   errors in the data.
  census products.
• BG is block group.                                                                         Appendix D—Explains the residence rules used in count-
                                                                                             ing the population and housing units, presents a brief
• BNA is block numbering area.                                                               overview of data collection operations, and describes
• CDP is census designated place.                                                            processing procedures used to convert data from unedited
                                                                                             questionnaires to final 1990 publications and tapes. This
• CMSA is consolidated metropolitan statistical area.                                        appendix also clarifies the procedures used to collect data
• MA is metropolitan area.                                                                   for persons abroad at the time of the census, where
                                                                                             persons on military bases or away at school were counted,
• MSA is metropolitan statistical area.                                                      how data were collected for persons in institutions, and
                                                                                             which citizens of foreign countries were included in the
• PMSA is primary metropolitan statistical area.
                                                                                             U.S. data.
• TDSA is tribal designated statistical area.
                                                                                             Appendix E—Presents a facsimile of the 1990 census
• TJSA is tribal jurisdiction statistical area.
                                                                                             questionnaire pages and the respondent instructions used
• unorg. is unorganized territory.                                                           to collect the data in this report.

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Appendix F—Summarizes the 1990 census data products                                          Appendix G—Contains maps depicting the geographic
program by describing the information available in printed                                   areas shown in this report.
reports and in other sources, such as microfiche or com-
puter tape; and provides information on where to obtain
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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)         White; Black; American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut; Asian or Pacific Islander; Hispanic origin; White, not of Hispanic origin
    (B)         American Indian, Eskimo, Aleut, All Asian, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Asian Indian, Korean, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Hmong, Laotian,
                Thai; All Pacific Islander, Hawaiian, Samoan, Guamanian
    (C)         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
    (D)         Race by Hispanic origin


                                                                                                                                                              Place and (in selected
                                                                                        The State                                        County                   States) county
                                                                                                                                                                   subdivision1          Amer-
                                                                                                                                                                                           ican
Subject                                                                                      Urban,                                                                                      Indian
                                                                                          rural, size     Inside and                                                                        and
                                                                                           of place,          outside                                            10,000         2,500    Alaska
                                                                                           and rural       metropol-                             Rural or            or            to    Native
                                                                               Total            farm        itan area                  Total   rural farm         more          9,999     area2

SUMMARY CHARACTERISTICS . . . . . .                                     1-3, 8-13(A) 1-3, 8-13(A) 1-3, 8-13(A) 1-3, 8-13(A)                             ... 1-3, 8-13(A) 1-3, 8-13(A)    14-16
POPULATION COUNTS BY RACE
 AND HISPANIC ORIGIN . . . . . . . . . . . . .                              4-5(A-D)         4(A-D)             5(A-D)                6(A-D)       214(A),       7(A-D)        7(A-D)        ...
                                                                                                                                                   218(A)
SOCIAL CHARACTERISTICS
   Age. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    20, 34, 45(A),           20,               34, 140, 151(A)                 215, 219 169, 180(A)            196      222
                                                                             110(B),       56-61(A)          56-61(A)
                                                                      119(C), 128(D)
   Ancestry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               17, 31                17                31                137             ...         166           195        ...
   Disability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      20, 34, 45(A),           20,               34, 140, 152(A)                 216, 220 169, 181(A)            197      223
                                                                             111(B),       62-67(A)          62-67(A)
                                                                      120(C), 129(D)
   Education:
      School enrollment and type of
       school, educational attainment . . .                            22, 36, 47(A),           22,               36,               142,          215, 219         171,         197,       223
                                                                             111(B),       62-67(A)          62-67(A)             152(A),                        181(A),      205(A),
                                                                      120(C), 129(D)                                              160(B),                        189(B),      208(B),
                                                                                                                                  163(C)                         192(C)       211(C)
   Fertility (children ever born) . . . . . . . . .                    21, 35, 46(A),           21,               35,               141,          215, 219         170,         196,       222
                                                                             110(B),       56-61(A)          56-61(A)             151(A),                        180(A),      205(A),
                                                                      119(C), 128(D)                                              160(B),                        189(B),      208(B),
                                                                                                                                  163(C)                         192(C)       211(C)
   Household and family characteristics:
      Household type and relationship . . .                            21, 35, 46(A),           21,               35, 141, 151(A)                 215, 219 170, 180(A)            196      222
                                                                             110(B),       56-61(A)          56-61(A)
                                                                      119(C), 128(D)
      Selected living arrangements,
       unmarried partner households . . . .                            21, 35, 46(A),           21,               35, 141, 151(A)                       ... 170, 180(A)           196      222
                                                                             110(B),       56-61(A)          56-61(A)
                                                                      119(C), 128(D)
      Family type by presence of
       own children . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            21, 35, 46(A),           21,               35,               141,          215, 219         170,         196,       222
                                                                             110(B),       56-61(A)          56-61(A)             151(A),                        180(A),      205(A),
                                                                      119(C), 128(D)                                              160(B),                        189(B),      208(B),
                                                                                                                                  163(C)                         192(C)       211(C)
   Language:
      Language spoken at home
       (detailed list) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                18, 32                18                32                138             ...         167            ...       ...

      Language spoken at home by
       ability to speak English. . . . . . . . . . .                          18, 32                18                32                138             ...         167           195        ...


   See footnotes at end of table.


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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)        White; Black; American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut; Asian or Pacific Islander; Hispanic origin; White, not of Hispanic origin
    (B)        American Indian, Eskimo, Aleut, All Asian, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Asian Indian, Korean, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Hmong, Laotian,
               Thai; All Pacific Islander, Hawaiian, Samoan, Guamanian
    (C)        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
    (D)        Race by Hispanic origin


                                                                                                                                                          Place and (in selected
                                                                                     The State                                       County                   States) county
                                                                                                                                                               subdivision1          Amer-
                                                                                                                                                                                       ican
Subject                                                                                   Urban,                                                                                     Indian
                                                                                       rural, size     Inside and                                                                       and
                                                                                        of place,          outside                                           10,000         2,500    Alaska
                                                                                        and rural       metropol-                            Rural or            or            to    Native
                                                                            Total            farm        itan area                 Total   rural farm         more          9,999     area2

SOCIAL CHARACTERISTICS —Con.
   Language:—Con.
      Ability to speak English by age, in
       households . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           20, 34, 45(A),           20,               34,               140,         215, 219         169,         197,       223
                                                                          111(B),       62-67(A)          62-67(A)             152(A),                       181(A),      205(A),
                                                                   120(C), 129(D)                                              160(B),                       189(B),      208(B),
                                                                                                                               163(C)                        192(C)       211(C)
   Nativity, citizenship, year of entry,
    and birthplace of foreign born:
      Nativity, citizenship, year of entry,
       area of birth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               18, 32                18                32               138             ...         167           195        ...

      Birthplace of the foreign born . . . . . .                           19, 33                19                33               139             ...         168            ...       ...
   Older population (60 years and over):
      Living arrangements, educational
       attainment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       30, 44, 55(A),           30,              44, 150, 159(A)                       ... 179, 188(A)           204      230
                                                                          118(B),     104-109(A)       104-109(A)
                                                                   127(C), 136(D)
   Place of birth and nativity . . . . . . . . . . .                23, 37, 48(A),           23,               37,               143,         216, 220         172,         198,       224
                                                                          112(B),       68-73(A)          68-73(A)             153(A),                       182(A),      205(A),
                                                                   121(C), 130(D)                                              160(B),                       189(B),      208(B),
                                                                                                                               163(C)                        192(C)       211(C)
   Residence in 1985 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .              23, 37, 48(A),           23,               37,               143,         216, 220         172,         198,       224
                                                                          112(B),       68-73(A)          68-73(A)             153(A),                       182(A),      205(A),
                                                                   121(C), 130(D)                                              160(B),                       189(B),      208(B),
                                                                                                                               163(C)                        192(C)       211(C)
   Veteran status, period of service . . . . .                      23, 37, 48(A),           23,               37, 143, 155(A)                      ... 172, 184(A)           200      226
                                                                          114(B),       80-85(A)          80-85(A)
                                                                   123(C), 132(D)
ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
   Class of worker, workers in family
    in 1989. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    27, 41, 52(A),           27,               41,               147,         217, 221         176,         200,       226
                                                                          114(B),       80-85(A)          80-85(A)             155(A),                       184(A),      206(A),
                                                                   123(C), 132(D)                                              161(B),                       190(B),      209(B),
                                                                                                                               164(C)                        193(C)       212(C)
   Commuting:
      Means of transportation and
       carpooling, travel time to work . . . .                      23, 37, 48(A),           23,               37, 143, 153(A)                216, 220 172, 182(A)            198      224
                                                                          112(B),       68-73(A)          68-73(A)
                                                                   121(C), 130(D)
      Place of work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         23, 37, 48(A),               ...                ... 143, 153(A)           216, 220 172, 182(A)            198      224
                                                                          112(B),
                                                                   121(C), 130(D)

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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)        White; Black; American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut; Asian or Pacific Islander; Hispanic origin; White, not of Hispanic origin
    (B)        American Indian, Eskimo, Aleut, All Asian, Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Asian Indian, Korean, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Hmong, Laotian,
               Thai; All Pacific Islander, Hawaiian, Samoan, Guamanian
    (C)        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
    (D)        Race by Hispanic origin


                                                                                                                                                           Place and (in selected
                                                                                      The State                                       County                   States) county
                                                                                                                                                                subdivision1          Amer-
                                                                                                                                                                                        ican
Subject                                                                                    Urban,                                                                                     Indian
                                                                                        rural, size     Inside and                                                                       and
                                                                                         of place,          outside                                           10,000         2,500    Alaska
                                                                                         and rural       metropol-                            Rural or            or            to    Native
                                                                             Total            farm        itan area                 Total   rural farm         more          9,999     area2

ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
 —Con.
   Income:
      Income in 1989, median income in
       1989 by selected characteristics,
       income type in 1989 . . . . . . . . . . . . .                 28, 42, 53(A),           28,               42,               148,         217, 221         177,         202,       228
                                                                           116(B),       92-97(A)          92-97(A)             157(A),                       186(A),      207(A),
                                                                    125(C), 134(D)                                              162(B),                       191(B),      210(B),
                                                                                                                                165(C)                        194(C)       213(C)
   Industry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    26, 40, 51(A),           26,               40,               146,         216, 220         175,         198,       224
                                                                           112(B),       68-73(A)          68-73(A)             153(A),                       182(A),      206(A),
                                                                    121(C), 130(D)                                              161(B),                       190(B),      209(B),
                                                                                                                                164(C)                        193(C)       212(C)
   Labor force:
      Labor force status, presence of
       own children . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          24, 38, 49(A),           24,               38,               144,         216, 220         173,         199,       225
                                                                           113(B),       74-79(A)          74-79(A)             154(A),                       183(A),      206(A),
                                                                    122(C), 131(D)                                              161(B),                       190(B),      209(B),
                                                                                                                                164(C)                        193(C)       212(C)
      Labor force status of family
       members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         21, 35, 46(A),           21,               35, 141, 155(A)                      ... 170, 184(A)           200      226
                                                                           114(B),       80-85(A)          80-85(A)
                                                                    123(C), 132(D)
      School enrollment and labor
       force status. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         22, 36, 47(A),           22,               36, 142, 155(A)                216, 220 171, 184(A)            200      226
                                                                           114(B),       80-85(A)          80-85(A)
                                                                    123(C), 132(D)
   Occupation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        25, 39, 50(A),           25,               39,               145,         217, 221         174,         201,       227
                                                                           115(B),       86-91(A)          86-91(A)             156(A),                       185(A),      206(A),
                                                                    124(C), 133(D)                                              161(B),                       190(B),      209(B),
                                                                                                                                164(C)                        193(C)       212(C)
      Last occupation of experienced
       unemployed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            27, 41, 52(A)                27                41               147             ...         176            ...       ...

   Older population (60 years and over):
      Income in 1989, poverty status in                              30, 44, 55(A),           30,             44, 150, 159(A)                        ... 179, 188(A)           204      230
       1989 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          118(B),     104-109(A)      104-109(A)
                                                                    127(C), 136(D)
   Poverty status:
      All income levels in 1989, income
       in 1989 below the poverty level . . .                         29, 43, 54(A),           29,              43,                149,         217, 221         178,         203,       229
                                                                           117(B),      98-103(A)        98-103(A)              158(A),                       187(A),      207(A),
                                                                    126(C), 135(D)                                              162(B),                       191(B),      210(B),
                                                                                                                                165(C)                        194(C)       213(C)
   Work status in 1989 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               27, 41, 52(A),           27,               41,               147,         216, 220         176,         200,       226
                                                                           114(B),       80-85(A)          80-85(A)             155(A),                       184(A),      206(A),
                                                                    123(C), 132(D)                                              161(B),                       190(B),      209(B),
                                                                                                                                164(C)                        193(C)       212(C)

    ... 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                                          User Note 2
product may be available at a later date. If you wish to
receive these User Notes, contact:                                                                The user should note that there are limitations to many
                                                                                               of these data. Please refer to the text provided with this
    Data User Services Division                                                                report for further explanations on the limitations of the
    Customer Services                                                                          data.
    Bureau of the Census
    Washington, DC 20233
    301-763-4100
                                                                                               User Note 3

   Questions concerning the content of this report may be                                         The estimated population totals for persons in group
directed to:                                                                                   quarters, specifically by group quarters type, that are
                                                                                               based on census sample tabulations may differ from
                                                                                               comparable figures shown in 100-percent tabulations. Such
    Population Division                                                                        differences result, in part, from sampling variability which
    Bureau of the Census                                                                       occurs because information was obtained from a sample
    Washington, DC 20233                                                                       of the population rather than from all persons. Differences
                                                                                               also occur because of nonsampling errors which affect the
ADDITIONAL DEFINITIONS AND EXPLANA-                                                            100-percent and sample data. Examples of nonsampling
TIONS OF DATA                                                                                  errors include respondent and enumerator errors, process-
                                                                                               ing errors, and nonresponse.
                                                                                                  The 100-percent data are the official counts and should
GENERAL                                                                                        be used as the source for data on group quarters type
                                                                                               when the primary focus is on counts of the population in
User Note 1                                                                                    group quarters, especially for small areas such as census
                                                                                               tracts/ BNA’s or blocks. When the group quarters popula-
Age Reporting—Review of detailed 1990 information                                              tion is shown by characteristics covered only on a sample
indicated that respondents tended to provide their age as                                      basis (for example, education, labor force status, income,
of the date of completion of the questionnaire, not their                                      etc.), the sample figures should be used within the context
age on April 1, 1990. In addition, there may have been a                                       of the sampling variability associated with them.
tendency for respondents to round up their age if they were                                       For more information on the limitations of 100-percent
close to having a birthday. It is likely that approximately 10                                 and sample data for persons in group quarters and the
percent of persons in most age groups are actually 1 year                                      classification of group quarters type, see appendix B.
younger. For most single years of age, the misstatements                                       Reasons for the differences between 100-percent and
are largely offsetting. The problem is most pronounced at                                      sample totals will be an important focus of post-census
age 0 because persons lost to age 1 may not have been                                          research and evaluation.
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                                            User Note 4
completed months was not collected for infants under
age 1.)                                                                                           Estimated population and housing unit totals based on
    The reporting of age 1 year older than age on April 1,                                     tabulations from only the sample questionnaires (sample
1990, is likely to have been greater in areas where the                                        tabulations) may differ from the official counts as tabulated
census data were collected later in 1990. The magnitude                                        from every census questionnaire (100-percent tabulations).
of this problem was much less in the three previous                                            Such differences result, in part, because the sample
censuses where age was typically derived from respon-                                          tabulations are based on information from a sample of
dent data on year of birth and quarter of birth. (For more                                     households rather than from all households (sampling
information on the design of the age question, see the                                         error). Differences also can occur because the interview
discussion on comparability under ‘‘Age’’ in appendix B.)                                      situation (length of questionnaire, effect of the interviewer,

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etc.) and the processing rules differ between the 100-                                         occurs primarily in off-reservation areas. The reasons for
percent and sample tabulations. These types of differ-                                         the greater reporting of Cherokee on sample forms are not
ences are referred to as nonsampling errors. (For more                                         fully known at this time. The Census Bureau will do
information on nonsampling error, see appendix C.)                                             research to provide more information on this phenomenon.
    The 100-percent data are the official counts and should
                                                                                                  For the Hispanic origin population, sample estimates at
be used as the source of information on population and
                                                                                               the State level are generally lower than the corresponding
housing items collected on the 100-percent questionnaire,
such as age, race, Hispanic origin, number of rooms, and                                       100-percent counts. The majority of difference is caused
tenure. This is especially appropriate when the primary                                        by the 100-percent and sample processing of the Hispanic
focus is on counts of the population or housing units for                                      question on the sample questionnaire when the respon-
small areas such as census tracts/ BNA’s, block groups,                                        dent did not mark any response category. When process-
and for American Indian and Alaska Native areas. For                                           ing the sample, we used written entries in race or Hispanic
estimates of counts of persons and housing units by                                            origin as well as responses to questions only asked on the
characteristics asked only on a sample basis (such as                                          sample, such as ancestry and place of birth. These proce-
education, labor force status, income, and source of                                           dures led to a lower proportion of persons being assigned
water), the sample estimates should be used within the                                         as Hispanic in sample processing than were assigned
context of the error associated with them.                                                     during 100-percent processing. The Census Bureau will
    Many users are interested in tabulations of items col-                                     evaluate the effectiveness of the 100-percent and sample
lected on the sample cross-classified by items collected on                                    procedures.
a 100-percent basis such as age, race, sex, Hispanic                                             As in previous censuses, the Census Bureau will eval-
origin, and housing units by tenure. Given the way the                                         uate the quality of the data and make this information
weights were applied during sample tabulations, generally,                                     available to data users. In the meanwhile, both 100-
there is exact agreement between sample estimates and                                          percent and sample data serve very important purposes
100-percent counts for total population and total housing                                      and, therefore, should be used within the limitations of the
units for most geographic areas. At the State level and                                        sampling and nonsampling errors.
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                                        User Note 5
on would be reasonably similar and, in some cases, the
same.
    At smaller geographic levels, including census tract/                                      Thresholds and Complementary Thresholds—To show
BNA, there is still general agreement between 100-percent                                      characteristics for a large number of racial and Hispanic
counts and sample estimates of total population or hous-                                       groups and to avoid using a large number of pages to show
ing units. At smaller geographic levels, however, there will                                   characteristics for small population groups, population
be expected differences between sample estimates and                                           thresholds are used in some tables in this report. Also,
100-percent counts for population by age, sex, race, and                                       complementary population thresholds are used in some
Hispanic origin and for housing units by tenure, number of                                     tables to avoid showing largely repetitive data for the White
rooms and so on. In these cases, users may want to                                             population and for the White, not of Hispanic origin popu-
consider using derived measures (such as means and                                             lation. Specifically, complementary thresholds are used to
medians) or percent distributions. Whether using absolute                                      limit the presentation of characteristics for the White
numbers or derived measures for small population groups                                        population when the population of races other than White
and for a small number of housing units in small geo-                                          is small and for the White, not of Hispanic origin population
graphic areas, users should be cautioned that the sampling                                     when the Hispanic origin population is small.
error associated with these data may be large.                                                     For example, assume that the threshold and comple-
    Even though the differences between sample estimates                                       mentary threshold are 1,000 in a table showing data by
and 100-percent counts for these categories are generally                                      race and Hispanic origin for counties. The threshold of
small, the differences for the American Indian, as well as                                     1,000 applies to each group, and in addition, the comple-
the Hispanic origin populations, are relatively larger than                                    mentary threshold of 1,000 applies to White and to White,
for other groups. The following provides some explanation                                      not of Hispanic origin. Figure 1, shown on the next page,
for these differences.                                                                         illustrates how the threshold and complementary threshold
    State-level sample estimates of the number of Ameri-                                       for race and Hispanic origin apply for a hypothetical
can Indians are generally higher than the corresponding                                        county. (For simplicity, it is assumed that the ‘‘Other race’’
100-percent counts. It appears the differences are prima-                                      population of the county is zero because characteristics
rily the result of proportionately higher reporting of ‘‘Cher-                                 are not shown for the ‘‘Other race’’ population below the
okee’’ tribe on sample questionnaires. This phenomenon                                         State level.) Thresholds are calculated for each race and




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Figure 1. Thresholds and Complementary Thresholds
                                                                     Characteristics
Race and Hispanic origin
                                                 Population          shown                    Reason

      All persons                                15,300              Yes                      Threshold does not apply to total population.
White                                            13,800              Yes                      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.
Black                                              1,100             Yes                      Threshold applies. There are 1,000 or more Black persons.
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                    100             No                       Threshold applies. There are fewer than 1,000 American Indian,
                                                                                              Eskimo, or Aleut persons.
Asian or Pacific Islander                            300             No                       Threshold applies. There are fewer than 1,000 Asian or Pacific Islander
                                                                                              persons.
Hispanic origin (of any race)                        300             No                       Threshold applies. There are fewer than 1,000 Hispanic persons.
White, not of Hispanic origin                    13,500              No                       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.


Hispanic origin population subgroup as shown in                                                themselves in one of the specific Hispanic origin groups
figure 2 below. (For more information on the race and                                          listed on the census questionnaire—‘‘Mexican,’’ ‘‘Puerto
Hispanic origin categories, see appendix B.)                                                   Rican,’’ ‘‘Cuban,’’ or ‘‘other Spanish/ Hispanic’’ origin.
   The Census Bureau provides data in greater subject-                                             In the tables of this report, the category, ‘‘All other
matter and geographic detail on summary tape files (STF’s)                                     Hispanic origin’’ includes only those persons who reported
than in printed reports. Each printed report is derived from                                   ‘‘other Spanish/ Hispanic,’’ and are not included in the
a specific summary tape file. For data not shown in a report                                   specific groups listed under ‘‘Other Hispanic.’’
because of the application of thresholds or complementary                                          In other selected data products, ‘‘All other Hispanic
thresholds, see the corresponding summary tape file. For                                       origin’’ is a residual category that includes all persons who
more information on computer tapes and other data prod-                                        reported any Hispanic origin group but were not tabulated
ucts, see appendix F.                                                                          in any of the Hispanic origin groups listed in the table. (For
                                                                                               more information on Hispanic origin categories, see appen-
User Note 6                                                                                    dix B.)

   The Hispanic origin groups included in the category, ‘‘All                                  User Note 7
other Hispanic origin,’’ may vary among some data prod-
ucts. Persons of Hispanic origin are those who classified                                         A processing error in Summary Tape File 4 affected the
                                                                                               data in tables 13, 54, 55, 103, 109, 135, 136, 158, 159, 187,
Figure 2. Race and Hispanic Population Subgroups                                               188, and 207 in this report. This error affected selected
                   Race                                  Hispanic origin                       income and poverty characteristics for the ‘‘not of Hispanic
                                                                                               population by race.’’
White                                        Hispanic origin (of any race)                        Corrected data will be produced at a later date. For
Black                                          Mexican
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut              Puerto Rican                                    more information, contact the Income Statistics Branch on
  American Indian                              Cuban                                           301-763-8576 or the Poverty and Wealth Statistics Branch
  Eskimo                                       Other Hispanic                                  on 301-763-8578.
  Aleut                                          Dominican (Dominican
                                                  Republic)
Asian or Pacific Islander                        Central American
                                                                                               User Note 8
  All Asian                                        Costa Rican
    Chinese                                        Guatemalan                                      In this report, counties containing no rural population
    Filipino                                       Honduran                                    are shown in tables 214 through 217 but are excluded from
    Japanese                                       Nicaraguan                                  tables 218 through 221, showing rural farm. However, for
    Asian Indian                                   Panamanian
    Korean                                         Salvadoran
                                                                                               counties with rural population and no farm population, the
    Vietnamese                                   South American                                counties are shown in tables 218 through 221, with a dash
    Cambodian                                      Argentinean                                 ‘‘–’’ to represent zero for the corresponding data lines.
    Hmong                                          Chilean
    Laotian                                        Colombian
    Thai                                           Ecuadorian
                                                                                               User Note 9
  All Pacific Islander                             Peruvian
    Hawaiian                                       Venezuelan                                     In this report, American Indian and Alaska Native areas
    Samoan                                       All other Hispanic origin                     containing no American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut popula-
    Guamanian                                                                                  tion are not shown in tables 14 through 16, 222 through
                                                                                               230, and 233.

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User Note 10                                                                                   GEOGRAPHIC NAMES AND PRESENTATION

   Tables that do not apply threshold or complementary                                         GENERAL
threshold for racial and Hispanic origin groups include
                                                                                               User Note 1
places and county subdivisions based on the 100-percent
population counts for each place and county subdivision.                                          The latitude and longitude values shown by tick marks in
   Tables that apply threshold or complementary threshold                                      the margins of the County Subdivision Outline Maps in
for racial and Hispanic origin groups include places and                                       appendix G are approximate. They are shown only for
county subdivisions based on the sample population counts                                      general reference. They are displayed accurately on the
for each place and county subdivision.                                                         State and County Outline Maps.




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Table 1.            Summary of Social Characteristics: 1990
[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

                                                                                                                                                                                                      Persons 25 years
State                                                 All persons                                                  Persons 5 years and over                                                               and over
Urban and Rural and Size
                                                                                                                                  Percent who speak a
  of Place                                                                                                                        language other than
Inside and Outside                                                                                                                  English at home
  Metropolitan Area                                                                                                                                        Persons      Persons 16
County                                                                                                                                                     enrolled            to 19
                                                                                Foreign      Native                                                          in ele-   years Per-                                              Persons
Place and [In Selected                                                        born per-        per-                    Percent                 And do      mentary     cent not en-       Persons                  Percent    under 18      Children
  States] County                                                                sons
                                                                                Percent
                                                                                            sons
                                                                                            Percent
                                                                                                        Percent
                                                                                                       living in
                                                                                                                      living in
                                                                                                                     different
                                                                                                                                                   not
                                                                                                                                                speak
                                                                                                                                                            or high
                                                                                                                                                          school
                                                                                                                                                                            rolled in
                                                                                                                                                                         school and
                                                                                                                                                                                        18 to 24
                                                                                                                                                                                          years
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Percent
                                                                                                                                                                                                          high
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    bache-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               years      ever born
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Percent per 1,000
  Subdivision [2,500 or                                             Percent     entered     born in   different      State or                  English   Percent in        not high        Percent      school        lor’s       living women 35
                                                                    foreign    1980 to     State of   house in      abroad in                   " very      private    school grad-       enrolled   graduate      degree     with two        to 44
  More Persons]                                          Total         born       1990    residence       1985           1985        Total       well"       school              uate   in college   or higher   or higher      parents       years

          The State                             1 006 749              2.9        45.1        52.1        49.5           16.1          6.4        2.4           4.2            10.4         33.3         79.7        17.7         81.4       2 412
URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF
 PLACE
Urban                                              578   376           2.8        43.5        50.3        55.1           18.2          6.4        2.3          4.3             10.3         40.6         81.5        20.3         77.9       2   241
  Inside urbanized area                            278   439           2.2        38.4        52.6        54.7           16.8          4.8        1.6          4.6             10.6         34.8         86.4        24.9         80.3       2   192
      Central place                                215   725           2.2        37.3        52.1        56.0           17.1          5.0        1.6          5.0             11.1         37.3         86.6        26.3         78.4       2   080
      Urban fringe                                  62   714           2.2        42.3        54.6        50.1           15.7          4.4        1.8          3.6              9.3         22.9         85.6        19.6         85.1       2   549
  Outside urbanized area                           299   937           3.3        46.7        48.1        55.4           19.5          7.8        2.9          4.0             10.0         45.0         76.9        16.1         75.6       2   297
      Place of 10,000 or more                      159   825           3.6        53.1        46.3        58.7           20.6          7.8        2.9          5.0              6.9         59.1         77.8        17.8         75.0       2   191
      Place of 2,500 to 9,999                      140   112           3.1        38.2        50.1        51.6           18.2          7.8        3.0          3.1             15.5         13.3         75.8        14.2         76.1       2   412
Rural                                              428   373           3.0        47.0        54.4        41.9           13.2          6.4        2.5          4.0             10.6         16.2         77.4        14.1         85.6       2   641
  Place of 1,000 to 2,499                           47   795           3.3        43.7        48.4        48.9           15.4          7.6        3.2          2.5             13.3         10.8         72.1        10.9         76.8       2   537
  Place of less than 1,000                          48   005           2.6        45.9        57.2        41.2           13.8          5.8        2.3          1.3             11.6         12.0         73.7        10.9         80.5       2   729
  Other rural                                      332   573           3.0        47.7        54.9        41.0           12.8          6.3        2.5          4.6             10.2         17.7         78.7        15.0         87.4       2   643
  Rural farm                                        44   869           1.6        38.2        64.7        23.8            4.7          4.9        1.7          3.8              8.2         22.9         81.2        15.7         93.4       2   894
INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN
  AREA
Inside metropolitan area                           205   775           2.1        34.2        48.4        55.9           16.8          4.4        1.4          6.6              9.5         33.3         87.2        24.9         79.7       2   055
   In central city                                 125   738           2.3        36.0        47.0        58.7           17.7          4.7        1.5          7.0             10.0         38.1         88.6        27.8         76.8       1   891
   Not in central city                              80   037           1.9        30.6        50.5        51.6           15.5          4.0        1.3          6.0              8.7         22.5         85.0        20.0         83.2       2   300
      Urban                                         55   241           2.1        33.5        49.9        53.9           16.5          3.9        1.4          4.7              9.6         23.1         86.4        21.3         82.4       2   328
         Inside urbanized area                      42   318           2.2        34.3        49.5        52.6           17.0          4.2        1.5          4.9             10.6         24.3         86.7        21.6         84.1       2   399
         Outside urbanized area                     12   923           1.9        30.7        51.4        58.2           14.6          2.9        1.1          4.0              5.4         18.7         85.3        20.5         76.8       2   074
      Rural                                         24   796           1.4        20.8        51.8        46.5           13.2          4.3        1.0          9.0              6.8         21.3         81.9        17.4         84.9       2   236
Outside metropolitan area                          800   974           3.1        47.0        53.0        47.8           15.8          6.9        2.7          3.6             10.6         33.3         77.7        15.7         81.8       2   523
      Urban                                        397   397           3.1        46.3        51.4        54.1           18.6          7.2        2.7          3.5             10.4         42.9         78.4        17.6         77.5       2   362
         Inside urbanized area                     110   383           2.2        42.9        60.3        50.9           15.6          5.2        1.8          2.4             11.3         34.0         83.5        22.4         81.8       2   482
         Outside urbanized area                    287   014           3.4        47.1        47.9        55.3           19.7          8.0        3.0          4.0             10.1         45.7         76.5        15.8         75.5       2   310
            Place of 10,000 or more                159   825           3.6        53.1        46.3        58.7           20.6          7.8        2.9          5.0              6.9         59.1         77.8        17.8         75.0       2   191
            Place of 2,500 to 9,999                127   189           3.2        38.7        49.9        50.9           18.6          8.3        3.2          3.0             16.4         12.9         74.9        13.5         76.1       2   454
      Rural                                        403   577           3.1        47.8        54.6        41.7           13.2          6.5        2.6          3.7             10.9         15.8         77.1        13.9         85.6       2   671
COUNTY
Ada County                                         205   775           2.1        34.2        48.4        55.9           16.8         4.4         1.4          6.6              9.5         33.3         87.2        24.9         79.7       2   055
Adams County                                         3   254            .6        10.5        57.7        43.5           12.7         2.6          .3          2.9             10.7          4.7         75.3        10.8         79.9       2   239
Bannock County                                      66   026           1.6        38.7        63.8        48.2           12.2         5.1         1.5          2.1              9.4         45.4         82.9        19.8         82.0       2   511
Bear Lake County                                     6   084           1.3        32.5        66.5        27.4            9.8         3.7         1.1            –              6.7          6.0         79.8        11.4         92.4       3   311
Benewah County                                       7   937           1.0        17.3        40.8        48.9           13.0         2.7         1.3          6.9             11.5          4.5         74.2         8.8         75.8       2   415
Bingham County                                      37   583           3.7        44.4        72.0        40.4            9.1        10.6         4.3           .7             11.2         13.5         76.8        13.1         83.4       3   297
Blaine County                                       13   552           3.1        27.2        39.1        61.5           25.7         6.1         1.2          6.9              9.6          9.9         91.7        33.0         77.1       1   793
Boise County                                         3   509           1.9         7.7        49.9        51.0           16.9         3.6          .6         12.0             10.5          7.1         80.0        14.4         84.7       2   105
Bonner County                                       26   622           1.9         8.2        32.1        45.7           19.7         2.8          .8          8.5             13.2         11.7         78.2        15.2         78.5       2   101
Bonneville County                                   72   207           2.5        46.6        60.6        47.1           16.2         5.2         2.2          1.9             11.4         18.4         84.0        23.2         84.7       2   658
Boundary County                                      8 332             3.7        44.2        38.4        48.1           20.1         4.5         2.1         13.7             16.2          3.7         74.6        13.3         79.3       2   502
Butte County                                         2 918             1.9        69.6        67.1        38.8           11.7         3.2         2.3          2.0              8.5          5.2         80.4        13.5         85.8       3   290
Camas County                                           727             2.2        50.0        61.2        44.0           10.1         4.5          .6            –                –            –         81.8        15.0         89.0       2   788
Canyon County                                       90 076             4.4        43.3        50.8        50.5           14.5        12.0         5.2          5.3             12.5         26.3         71.0        12.0         76.8       2   417
Caribou County                                       6 963             2.1        25.5        62.1        32.2            8.0         3.4         1.6            –              5.3         12.9         84.3        11.8         93.8       2   962
Cassia County                                       19 532             4.3        56.5        64.0        40.9           11.8        13.0         5.3          2.5             15.4         11.9         72.7        14.0         84.5       3   290
Clark County                                           762             7.5        68.4        63.5        46.5           15.7        14.5         5.6            –                –         10.7         74.7        14.1         93.1       3   421
Clearwater County                                    8 505             1.0        14.1        50.0        43.2           14.4         3.1          .6          4.0             14.7          8.0         73.4        11.4         77.3       2   339
Custer County                                        4 133             1.2         8.2        55.1        48.7           16.0         5.8         1.8           .9              7.3          6.7         81.7        15.6         83.9       2   045
Elmore County                                       21 205             5.9        57.8        29.2        65.1           39.2         9.4         4.0          2.8             13.5         18.4         83.1        15.8         80.5       2   207
Franklin County                                      9   232           1.0        77.2        49.1        28.1            9.1          4.2        1.7          1.1              5.6         11.2         82.2        14.3         92.9       3   974
Fremont County                                      10   937           4.3        60.9        72.7        37.7           10.6          6.9        4.1          2.5             17.6         16.0         75.6        11.1         85.6       3   270
Gem County                                          11   844           3.3        44.7        56.8        44.1           13.2          6.4        2.9          3.6             17.3          9.4         70.1         8.6         80.3       2   306
Gooding County                                      11   633           5.2        47.5        57.4        39.7           10.6          9.4        4.2          1.6             14.2         12.2         72.5        13.3         81.9       2   691
Idaho County                                        13   783            .9        11.4        56.4        42.0           12.7          2.3         .3          4.2              7.9          4.5         75.1        12.7         83.3       2   401
Jefferson County                                    16   543           3.7        63.0        76.3        36.6            8.1          7.4        3.0          1.5              9.3         18.3         77.6        11.8         87.4       3   510
Jerome County                                       15   138           3.1        43.5        60.0        44.9           12.7          7.7        2.7          2.3             24.8         12.3         72.4        11.0         81.2       2   625
Kootenai County                                     69   795           1.9        15.8        32.9        53.3           21.3          3.1         .9          6.6              8.7         29.6         81.1        16.0         79.5       2   051
Latah County                                        30   617           3.9        68.4        44.4        61.4           22.5          5.4        1.7          9.5              2.0         80.9         86.6        35.8         84.8       1   978
Lemhi County                                         6   899           2.0        46.0        49.4        45.2           14.1          2.9         .9          1.7             15.3          4.5         73.9        11.8         83.6       2   112
Lewis County                                         3   516            .7        12.0        60.8        38.0           12.5         2.5          .3           .9             12.5         13.6         78.8        13.2         80.3       2   453
Lincoln County                                       3   308           1.2        29.3        62.2        42.1            9.1         4.7         1.8           .7              9.7          8.9         79.8        11.9         89.7       2   809
Madison County                                      23   674           4.2        81.6        57.8        56.9           30.3         5.4         1.9          1.3              1.9         82.2         87.6        19.2         91.4       4   255
Minidoka County                                     19   361           5.9        44.0        64.4        40.1            8.1        16.2         7.7          2.3             17.2          7.7         68.5         9.0         81.4       2   906
Nez Perce County                                    33   754           1.4        27.9        51.7        47.2           14.5         4.0         1.3          4.0              7.6         30.9         79.9        15.6         76.8       2   118
Oneida County                                        3   492            .7        46.2        53.0        41.7           12.6         2.7         1.0          1.4             13.7         11.2         78.7        12.9         94.6       3   648
Owyhee County                                        8   392           9.1        72.8        52.5        45.5           16.8        17.9         8.2          3.7             19.4         11.3         62.0         8.7         79.0       3   002
Payette County                                      16   434           2.9        53.3        31.4        47.6           18.2         6.2         2.9          5.1             19.4         10.9         67.4         9.8         75.5       2   565
Power County                                         7   086           4.9        45.9        70.9        42.5            8.9        12.7         5.2          2.1             16.7          8.0         72.1        11.1         78.4       2   881
Shoshone County                                     13   931           1.8        18.9        48.0        44.5           14.2         3.0          .8          2.2             14.6          6.6         70.1         9.0         73.8       2   327
Teton County                                         3   439           5.8        85.9        57.3        42.6           25.9        11.3         5.1          2.2              8.3          8.0         80.2        17.4         86.9       2   946
Twin Falls County                                   53   580           3.0        52.2        57.4        48.6           11.6         7.4         2.4          3.7             14.1         23.6         75.4        13.3         80.3       2   443
Valley County                                        6   109           1.8         8.9        45.3        55.4           17.5         3.0          .6          2.8              6.6          2.5         83.8        19.4         79.3       2   115
Washington County                                    8   550           5.0        55.5        45.4        47.1           17.2        10.2         4.5          4.4             15.9          9.8         72.7        10.3         79.8       2   502

PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
American Falls city                                  3   764           5.0        29.9        68.4        47.7           11.3        12.6         5.7          2.0             13.9          6.8         71.6        12.2         72.5       2   348
Ammon city                                           5   002           1.1           –        61.3        46.0           14.9         2.7          .9          3.9              5.1         19.6         83.0        18.7         83.1       3   157
Blackfoot city                                       9   646           2.3        29.6        62.8        47.9           11.5         7.8         2.2          1.3             21.5         13.7         79.0        13.6         75.3       2   963
Boise City city                                    125   738           2.3        36.0        47.0        58.7           17.7         4.7         1.5          7.0             10.0         38.1         88.6        27.8         76.8       1   891
Buhl city                                            3   516           3.0        56.1        57.7        42.7            8.4         7.3         2.6          2.3             30.9          5.4         58.9         8.0         77.6       2   602
Burley city                                          8   716           4.6        40.2        58.7        49.6           16.0        19.3         7.5          4.4             20.4         14.1         68.4        16.6         74.2       2   769
Caldwell city                                       18   400           5.6        44.1        49.6        55.0           15.9        17.0         7.1          3.6             12.3         28.0         67.0        12.6         71.4       2   217
Chubbuck city                                        7   879           1.2        57.0        66.8        43.4           10.1         4.5         1.2            –              1.0         27.8         84.7        14.8         86.8       2   713
Coeur d’Alene city                                  24   566           2.1        16.6        33.3        60.4           22.7         3.7         1.4          7.3             11.3         32.6         80.5        17.1         73.5       1   921
Eagle city                                           3   327           1.0        21.2        39.9        46.2           18.5         3.0         1.4          4.4                –         31.9         90.8        35.4         80.8       2   009


SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS                                                                                                                                                                                               IDAHO 1
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Table 1.            Summary of Social Characteristics: 1990 Con.
[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

                                                                                                                                                                                                      Persons 25 years
State                                                 All persons                                                  Persons 5 years and over                                                               and over
Urban and Rural and Size
                                                                                                                                  Percent who speak a
  of Place                                                                                                                        language other than
Inside and Outside                                                                                                                  English at home
  Metropolitan Area                                                                                                                                        Persons      Persons 16
County                                                                                                                                                     enrolled            to 19
                                                                                Foreign      Native                                                          in ele-   years Per-                                              Persons
Place and [In Selected                                                        born per-        per-                    Percent                 And do      mentary     cent not en-       Persons                  Percent    under 18      Children
  States] County                                                                sons
                                                                                Percent
                                                                                            sons
                                                                                            Percent
                                                                                                        Percent
                                                                                                       living in
                                                                                                                      living in
                                                                                                                     different
                                                                                                                                                   not
                                                                                                                                                speak
                                                                                                                                                            or high
                                                                                                                                                          school
                                                                                                                                                                            rolled in
                                                                                                                                                                         school and
                                                                                                                                                                                        18 to 24
                                                                                                                                                                                          years
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Percent
                                                                                                                                                                                                          high
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    bache-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               years      ever born
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Percent per 1,000
  Subdivision [2,500 or                                             Percent     entered     born in   different      State or                  English   Percent in        not high        Percent      school        lor’s       living women 35
                                                                    foreign    1980 to     State of   house in      abroad in                   " very      private    school grad-       enrolled   graduate      degree     with two        to 44
  More Persons]                                          Total         born       1990    residence       1985           1985        Total       well"       school              uate   in college   or higher   or higher      parents       years

PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
 Con.
Emmett city                                          4   601           5.6        53.7        59.0        53.5           17.7        10.4         5.3          2.3             12.2          9.2         67.0         7.9         76.1       2   401
Fort Hall CDP                                        2   735            .5           –        80.8        47.8            4.1        17.6         8.3          1.8             22.5          9.8         67.2         4.4         64.3       2   867
Garden City city                                     6   369           2.1        49.2        51.6        70.8           18.5         4.3         1.2          6.3             25.3         10.8         75.1        10.4         68.7       2   045
Gooding city                                         2   820           1.1           –        55.9        34.3            8.8         4.6         2.0            –             19.9          4.9         70.1        13.8         66.5       2   514
Grangeville city                                     3   226            .4           –        55.3        46.9           14.1         2.3          .1          3.4              7.4          4.9         75.8        14.7         77.8       2   289
Hailey city                                          3   687           2.5        32.3        44.4        65.6           22.1         4.1         1.5          4.6             18.5         16.8         91.5        26.6         71.2       1   936
Hayden city                                          3   744           2.4        22.5        33.7        53.5           21.1         3.7          .5          8.5              9.5         28.4         85.2        12.1         66.7       2   066
Heyburn city                                         2   700           3.6        19.6        67.5        38.0            5.3        19.7         7.0          1.7             24.2            –         62.3         6.5         77.6       2   957
Idaho Falls city                                    43   929           2.5        39.4        56.7        51.4           18.6         5.5         2.1          2.2             13.2         18.9         84.2        25.7         81.3       2   371
Jerome city                                          6   529           2.5        21.0        58.4        48.0           15.8         7.1         2.3           .8             27.8         11.2         65.9        10.4         72.3       2   623

Kellogg city                                         2   591           3.7        23.2        46.1        51.0           18.5         4.1         1.5          2.5             16.1          7.2         69.4        10.5         65.5       2   237
Ketchum city                                         2   523           5.8        34.0        20.5        72.2           36.4         9.4         1.6         18.6                –          2.2         96.0        40.9         57.1       1   332
Lewiston city                                       28   082           1.5        31.6        50.3        48.7           15.1         2.6          .9          3.9              6.8         32.3         80.9        16.3         77.4       2   041
Meridian city                                        9   596           2.2        32.2        55.4        62.5           13.3         2.9          .9          3.9              7.8         15.0         83.3        15.1         75.4       2   104
Montpelier city                                      2   486           2.2        47.3        67.6        29.6            8.6         5.9         2.2            –              9.1          4.4         73.0        13.0         88.1       2   975
Moscow city                                         18   519           5.8        74.1        38.8        72.5           28.3         7.5         2.5         12.7                –         88.6         92.3        48.5         84.6       1   796
Mountain Home city                                   7   913           3.5        15.4        29.8        61.1           26.3         7.3         1.8          3.2             10.4         14.2         84.7        20.1         72.2       1   916
Mountain Home AFB CDP                                5   936           4.5        46.8        12.5        86.1           76.6         7.7          .7           .5              5.2         22.9         96.1        15.2         92.7       2   487
Nampa city                                          28   365           4.2        45.8        48.7        58.4           17.9        10.7         4.6          5.3             14.1         31.8         70.4        10.7         67.3       2   217
Orofino city                                         2   868           1.4        10.0        47.6        49.3           14.9         2.5          .5          6.1             20.0          7.4         76.4        13.4         69.7       2   262

Payette city                                         5   592           3.4        56.0        27.2        50.3           20.6         7.1         3.3          9.1             24.6          5.9         66.8         8.7         68.2       2   274
Pocatello city                                      46   058           1.9        39.1        61.5        53.0           14.1         5.1         1.3          3.2             11.5         49.7         83.1        22.2         79.2       2   389
Post Falls city                                      7   349           1.3        16.7        34.7        57.7           21.8         2.4          .7          5.2             11.1         21.0         77.9        10.1         82.9       2   073
Preston city                                         3   708            .2           –        50.1        36.4           10.9         5.0         1.7          1.0              6.9         11.1         78.1        13.6         89.3       3   289
Rexburg city                                        14   302           5.0        82.4        46.3        72.5           43.0         6.6         1.8           .8              1.2         87.7         88.1        19.9         86.5       4   318
Rigby city                                           2   681           3.3        80.7        73.8        39.1            9.7         8.2         3.8            –             12.2         20.0         78.5        12.8         82.6       3   118
Rupert city                                          5   455           6.0        46.5        59.1        43.6           11.4        19.0         9.8           .4             19.3          5.7         61.4         8.3         68.0       2   903
St. Anthony city                                     3   014           3.1        75.0        68.9        43.5           11.3         6.2         3.0            –             20.1         11.8         74.8        12.2         83.0       3   030
Salmon city                                          2   941           1.1        28.1        49.4        51.1           15.5         1.6           –          1.3              8.7          5.4         73.2        11.7         73.4       2   139
Sandpoint city                                       5   230           2.0         9.3        38.6        56.1           20.1         1.8          .5         12.8             20.7         13.9         76.7        17.4         71.4       2   075
Shelley city                                         3   536           4.2        45.0        73.2        39.8           11.9         8.6         5.0            –              6.8         12.5         77.6        15.5         80.9       3   766
Soda Springs city                                    3   111           2.8         6.9        56.1        38.0           12.8         3.3         2.0            –              8.8          7.9         83.6        12.1         91.0       2   590
Twin Falls city                                     27   591           2.9        55.4        54.2        53.9           12.9         8.5         2.5          3.5             16.6         26.3         76.5        13.7         75.4       2   331
Weiser city                                          4   571           7.0        63.7        44.2        53.8           19.7        13.8         6.1          1.7             19.1         10.7         66.6         7.7         75.0       2   507




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Table 2.            Summary of Labor Force and Commuting Characteristics: 1990
[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

                                                                                                  Own children under 6
State                                            Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor       years in families and                              Employed persons 16 years and over                      Workers 16 years and over
                                                                    force
Urban and Rural and Size                                                                               subfamilies
  of Place
Inside and Outside                                                              Female                                                   Percent at work 35 or more hours
                                                                                                                                                 in reference week
  Metropolitan Area
County                                                                                               Living       Living
                                                                                                  with two     with one                                                         Percent
Place and [In Selected                                                                           parents       parent        Civilian                                          govern-
  States] County                                                                     With own
                                                                                                    Percent
                                                                                                 with both
                                                                                                                 Percent
                                                                                                                    with
                                                                                                                                labor
                                                                                                                            force
                                                                                                                                                                                   ment
                                                                                                                                                                               workers     Percent in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Percent
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          using         Mean
  Subdivision [2,500 or                                                               children   parents in    parent in     Percent                                             (local,    manufac-                     public   travel time
                                                                                      under 6         labor        labor      unem-                                           State, or     turing in-   Percent in   transpor-      to work
  More Persons]                                     Total        Male        Total       years        force        force      ployed         Total        Male      Female     Federal)      dustries     carpools       tation     (minutes)

          The State                                  65.5        75.3        56.1         60.0        53.2         71.3            6.1       73.7         83.0        61.9        17.4          14.7          12.0         1.9          17.3
URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF
 PLACE
Urban                                               66.8         76.1        58.1         63.2        56.3         71.0            5.8       73.8         82.3        63.8        17.5          14.9          11.3         2.4          16.2
  Inside urbanized area                             70.9         80.1        62.2         63.1        56.4         74.1            4.5       75.5         83.5        66.1        17.8          13.7           9.9         4.0          17.5
      Central place                                 70.1         79.4        61.5         63.6        56.4         72.7            4.6       75.2         82.9        66.2        18.2          13.0           9.9         4.5          17.1
      Urban fringe                                  73.9         82.8        65.0         61.8        56.3         80.6            4.3       76.8         85.5        65.8        16.4          16.0           9.7         2.5          18.8
  Outside urbanized area                            63.0         72.4        54.5         63.3        56.3         68.9            7.1       72.0         81.0        61.4        17.1          16.3          12.7          .7          14.9
      Place of 10,000 or more                       61.6         70.1        54.0         64.0        55.3         69.2            6.1       69.7         78.1        59.9        16.0          16.6          12.4          .4          14.5
      Place of 2,500 to 9,999                       64.7         75.2        55.1         62.7        57.2         68.6            8.4       74.8         84.5        63.2        18.6          16.0          13.1         1.0          15.5
Rural                                               63.8         74.2        53.0         55.3        49.1         71.8            6.6       73.6         83.9        58.8        17.2          14.4          13.1         1.3          18.9
  Place of 1,000 to 2,499                           61.1         71.2        51.7         60.1        52.3         69.2            7.7       72.5         82.9        59.4        18.6          16.7          14.0         1.0          16.0
  Place of less than 1,000                          60.4         71.3        49.8         56.2        49.7         69.2            9.3       71.3         82.4        56.4        20.8          16.8          15.8         1.1          18.4
  Other rural                                       64.7         75.0        53.7         54.5        48.6         73.3            6.1       74.1         84.2        59.1        16.5          13.8          12.7         1.3          19.4
  Rural farm                                        65.5         79.5        50.0         53.7        48.2         77.8            2.8       72.5         82.8        54.3        13.5           7.0           9.7          .6          16.9
INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN
  AREA
Inside metropolitan area                            71.4         79.8        63.5         64.3        57.5         75.8            4.0       77.1         84.2        68.8        16.9          15.0          10.1          .8          16.9
   In central city                                  71.6         80.4        63.6         66.1        58.4         76.0            4.0       76.7         83.1        69.5        17.3          14.2           9.8         1.2          15.6
   Not in central city                              71.1         78.8        63.4         61.9        56.3         75.3            4.1       77.8         86.0        67.7        16.3          16.4          10.6          .2          19.3
      Urban                                         74.0         82.8        65.5         63.3        57.8         77.8            3.8       78.1         86.2        68.3        15.8          16.8           9.6          .2          18.4
         Inside urbanized area                      74.6         83.2        66.0         63.4        57.9         78.3            4.0       77.8         85.9        67.8        15.9          17.6           9.3          .2          18.2
         Outside urbanized area                     72.2         81.6        64.0         62.8        57.3         77.0            2.9       79.1         87.2        69.8        15.3          14.2          10.8           –          19.2
      Rural                                         65.0         70.8        58.5         58.2        52.4         68.1            4.9       77.2         85.6        66.1        17.6          15.3          13.0          .1          21.6
Outside metropolitan area                           64.0         74.1        54.1         58.9        52.1         70.2            6.8       72.7         82.6        59.7        17.5          14.6          12.6         2.3          17.4
      Urban                                         64.2         73.8        55.4         62.4        55.5         69.1            6.8       72.0         81.3        60.9        17.9          14.9          12.1         3.2          16.1
         Inside urbanized area                      68.6         78.6        59.0         60.3        54.1         70.7            5.4       73.0         82.9        60.7        19.3          11.3          10.2         9.4          19.6
         Outside urbanized area                     62.6         72.0        54.1         63.3        56.2         68.6            7.4       71.6         80.7        60.9        17.2          16.4          12.8          .7          14.7
            Place of 10,000 or more                 61.6         70.1        54.0         64.0        55.3         69.2            6.1       69.7         78.1        59.9        16.0          16.6          12.4          .4          14.5
            Place of 2,500 to 9,999                 64.0         74.6        54.1         62.7        57.2         67.9            9.0       74.3         84.1        62.3        19.0          16.2          13.4         1.1          15.0
      Rural                                         63.7         74.4        52.7         55.1        48.9         72.0            6.8       73.4         83.8        58.3        17.2          14.3          13.1         1.3          18.7
COUNTY
Ada County                                          71.4         79.8        63.5         64.3        57.5         75.8         4.0          77.1         84.2        68.8        16.9          15.0          10.1          .8          16.9
Adams County                                        61.6         72.2        50.4         62.6        52.6         92.3        13.7          71.2         85.1        53.3        22.0          16.9          12.0           –          17.0
Bannock County                                      66.6         75.6        58.0         62.6        56.3         66.8         6.2          70.6         79.5        59.5        19.4          12.8          10.7         2.5          16.8
Bear Lake County                                    58.6         75.1        42.4         40.9        35.5         41.0        11.1          75.0         86.0        55.6        23.2          13.6          26.3          .3          21.1
Benewah County                                      59.5         70.2        48.4         51.5        39.8         60.4        12.7          68.2         80.5        50.6        18.3          29.0          12.2          .4          17.0
Bingham County                                      65.7         77.1        54.3         62.2        57.0         73.2         6.5          73.6         82.3        61.0        20.0          16.8          13.9         5.9          18.7
Blaine County                                       78.8         86.2        70.8         68.9        65.6         82.5         3.5          75.6         84.3        64.0         9.7           4.2          11.6         1.1          13.2
Boise County                                        60.9         69.6        51.3         63.8        66.1         78.4         9.5          73.9         87.0        55.2        20.9          17.6          17.3          .2          32.5
Bonner County                                       57.8         66.8        48.9         56.7        51.1         75.5         9.2          69.7         79.2        57.3        16.5          22.4          13.6          .2          19.2
Bonneville County                                   70.0         81.5        58.7         57.3        49.8         77.2         4.8          75.2         86.9        59.9        18.7           9.8          10.1        14.4          22.9
Boundary County                                     57.7         68.3        46.8         48.8        46.8        63.5         11.4          67.5         83.7        44.8        20.3          18.9          13.4          .2          16.8
Butte County                                        61.5         76.0        46.6         47.8        37.9        59.1          2.7          76.9         86.7        60.4        25.5           5.2          17.1        10.1          20.1
Camas County                                        64.0         73.7        53.8         72.7        66.2       100.0          6.3          63.8         74.1        49.6        25.8           1.2          12.2           –          19.7
Canyon County                                       64.2         73.7        55.4         61.7        54.1        70.0          5.7          75.3         83.4        65.1        12.9          19.9          15.0          .3          18.2
Caribou County                                      61.8         75.2        48.9         43.8        40.9        64.6          6.9          71.8         89.1        46.2        17.5          15.5          12.2           –          13.7
Cassia County                                       64.8         78.2        51.9         51.3        45.5        82.5          8.5          75.2         85.0        59.8        14.8          17.1          12.5          .2          13.6
Clark County                                        78.1         93.6        57.1         52.6        50.9       100.0          1.9          81.5         87.5        68.0        32.2           2.9          11.8           –          14.3
Clearwater County                                   56.1         64.3        47.1         54.2        47.7        61.0         17.6          68.0         77.9        55.4        34.7          22.6          14.9          .5          18.1
Custer County                                       64.8         74.6        54.3         50.4        42.0        68.2          5.2          74.2         84.8        58.1        22.2           7.0          16.5        12.1          23.4
Elmore County                                       71.6         83.7        58.0         56.0        48.0        76.9          6.0          74.1         85.6        61.3        34.1           6.8          15.9          .3          15.7
Franklin County                                     61.8         74.0        49.5         57.3        48.0        67.3          7.9          70.3         82.1        51.7        16.0          25.2          14.5           –          17.8
Fremont County                                      63.9         72.4        55.5         64.2        57.6        49.1          7.1          73.2         84.6        58.7        21.5          16.7          13.3          .5          16.2
Gem County                                          57.9         69.1        47.0         53.1        47.3        51.5          7.4          76.7         87.8        60.7        14.5          20.7          16.3          .1          23.2
Gooding County                                      62.0         71.2        52.9         64.6        60.3        63.3          4.2          73.1         85.5        56.3        15.3           6.3          10.0          .1          15.1
Idaho County                                        57.6         68.2        46.7         53.4        47.4        64.8         11.7          69.7         80.2        55.0        24.4          18.4          10.8           –          14.6
Jefferson County                                    65.3         76.1        54.3         55.9        48.1        76.8          3.7          72.0         84.7        53.7        20.1          10.5          15.0         5.3          21.1
Jerome County                                       66.3         77.5        55.4         64.7        57.1        74.9          5.9          77.2         86.4        64.5        12.9          13.0          11.7          .6          17.7
Kootenai County                                     63.5         72.8        54.8         57.0        50.0        67.2          8.2          73.2         82.7        61.5        13.8          17.3          11.3          .3          19.1
Latah County                                        62.0         66.3        57.4         61.9        51.4        69.2          6.5          60.9         67.2        53.4        37.0           6.8          14.1          .1          15.6
Lemhi County                                        57.5         68.6        46.9         55.0        43.5       100.0          7.6          68.1         78.1        54.3        22.6           9.9          11.8          .2          13.2
Lewis County                                        54.7         66.6        42.7         56.1        49.8         63.6         8.3          70.0         80.6        53.9        25.4          17.2          10.8           –          14.6
Lincoln County                                      69.2         80.2        58.1         64.9        62.6         81.0         4.8          76.1         86.8        60.8        24.5          10.5          15.8          .3          22.9
Madison County                                      54.8         65.0        46.5         52.3        47.1         66.7         6.9          55.9         69.0        40.6        11.1          10.5          14.3          .7          13.0
Minidoka County                                     66.9         78.8        55.2         59.4        56.8         63.2         7.4          76.9         86.9        62.1        11.6          14.7          10.7          .2          14.3
Nez Perce County                                    62.9         72.6        53.9         68.8        61.3         75.4         7.3          74.8         84.1        63.3        14.9          20.7           8.6          .4          14.5
Oneida County                                       61.4         74.6        48.9         49.8        44.8         73.3         6.5          71.3         86.8        49.0        19.7          21.3          21.5          .3          20.6
Owyhee County                                       64.0         74.2        52.5         50.1        42.4         66.7         6.1          78.9         86.2        66.8        18.0           8.6          16.0          .2          16.6
Payette County                                      61.3         72.5        50.8         55.2        43.6         64.2         7.2          75.2         82.3        65.4        13.4          18.6          11.8           –          15.0
Power County                                        68.1         79.4        56.5         59.5        51.8         71.1         8.2          74.9         85.1        59.3        17.4          20.2          14.9          .4          15.1
Shoshone County                                     55.8         66.3        45.6         48.0        44.9         52.2        11.5          72.6         85.3        55.1        18.9           6.3          13.5          .3          15.2
Teton County                                        69.7         78.7        59.8         60.9        49.0         66.1         3.5          71.6         83.9        53.8        16.2           4.5          17.2         2.1          20.6
Twin Falls County                                   65.0         76.2        54.6         65.1        56.8         73.8         4.2          74.9         83.8        63.0        11.7          14.4          11.6          .5          14.2
Valley County                                       62.4         69.5        55.0         67.3        61.9         84.9        11.0          69.3         81.0        55.5        23.7           9.6           9.1          .1          12.9
Washington County                                   55.4         67.1        44.7         53.0        59.0         33.6         8.5          74.3         82.8        62.5        14.3           7.8          11.8          .3          12.2

PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
American Falls city                                 67.4         75.0        60.6         79.5        69.9         71.8        10.4          73.3         82.1        62.6        19.5          25.0          15.6          .8          14.1
Ammon city                                          67.8         82.2        53.6         41.8        36.4         81.2         6.5          74.4         81.1        64.9        15.5           8.2           9.1        12.2          24.3
Blackfoot city                                      64.4         73.4        56.0         70.9        69.1         68.8         8.6          75.1         84.6        63.4        23.0          17.4          14.3         5.9          16.7
Boise City city                                     71.6         80.4        63.6         66.1        58.4         76.0         4.0          76.7         83.1        69.5        17.3          14.2           9.8         1.2          15.6
Buhl city                                           59.5         72.0        48.7         69.4        64.3         70.0         4.0          76.9         84.4        66.9         9.9          21.6          13.9          .4          16.0
Burley city                                         65.7         75.0        57.2         62.5        53.2         83.8        11.4          78.0         86.3        67.3        18.1          23.6          14.3          .2          13.2
Caldwell city                                       65.7         74.0        58.1         70.9        65.1         75.0         6.4          77.2         84.9        68.3        12.4          22.5          17.1          .4          16.5
Chubbuck city                                       70.1         78.2        62.0         61.1        54.2         76.2         4.7          74.1         84.3        61.4        17.5          14.5          10.1         1.6          16.4
Coeur d’Alene city                                  61.8         70.3        54.5         59.6        51.0         66.0         6.3          72.2         82.2        61.1        13.7          14.7          10.6          .4          15.8
Eagle city                                          69.5         80.8        59.0         47.5        41.0         88.4         1.0          76.1         83.2        67.3        16.3          17.0          10.5           –          19.9


SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS                                                                                                                                                                                       IDAHO 3
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Table 2.            Summary of Labor Force and Commuting Characteristics: 1990 Con.
[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

                                                                                                  Own children under 6
State                                            Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor       years in families and                             Employed persons 16 years and over                      Workers 16 years and over
                                                                    force
Urban and Rural and Size                                                                               subfamilies
  of Place
Inside and Outside                                                              Female                                                  Percent at work 35 or more hours
                                                                                                                                                in reference week
  Metropolitan Area
County                                                                                               Living       Living
                                                                                                  with two     with one                                                        Percent
Place and [In Selected                                                                           parents       parent        Civilian                                         govern-
  States] County                                                                     With own
                                                                                                    Percent
                                                                                                 with both
                                                                                                                 Percent
                                                                                                                    with
                                                                                                                                labor
                                                                                                                            force
                                                                                                                                                                                  ment
                                                                                                                                                                              workers     Percent in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Percent
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         using         Mean
  Subdivision [2,500 or                                                               children   parents in    parent in     Percent                                            (local,    manufac-                     public   travel time
                                                                                      under 6         labor        labor      unem-                                          State, or     turing in-   Percent in   transpor-      to work
  More Persons]                                     Total        Male        Total       years        force        force      ployed        Total        Male      Female     Federal)      dustries     carpools       tation     (minutes)

PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
 Con.
Emmett city                                         54.1         65.8        43.8         54.3        45.1         50.0         7.5         78.2         88.8        63.6        16.6          21.7          18.9           –          22.7
Fort Hall CDP                                       58.5         65.1        52.0         48.7        49.7         65.7        17.0         74.1         81.2        65.9        30.8          11.8          15.4           –          20.0
Garden City city                                    72.7         80.9        64.0         65.2        61.5         80.3         6.8         79.5         88.7        67.5        14.4          14.9           8.5          .5          16.5
Gooding city                                        57.2         64.3        51.0         74.8        80.4         59.3         7.4         70.0         79.2        59.8        23.6           5.6           8.9           –          16.0
Grangeville city                                    62.0         74.5        51.0         60.3        54.9         78.5        11.8         68.5         76.3        58.4        24.7          18.1           9.5           –          10.8
Hailey city                                         77.5         88.4        67.6         69.5        66.2         83.9         3.0         76.4         85.3        65.7        13.7           3.5          12.2          .1          14.6
Hayden city                                         67.3         78.9        56.6         61.7        49.8         65.6         7.7         76.9         88.0        63.1        13.7          18.1          13.4          .3          17.6
Heyburn city                                        71.0         79.2        64.0         59.7        54.2         33.8        10.4         78.2         85.3        70.0         9.0          20.0           7.9          .5          13.3
Idaho Falls city                                    69.4         81.1        58.0         57.5        50.7         70.1         5.0         75.6         87.2        61.0        19.7           9.7          10.4        16.5          23.2
Jerome city                                         63.0         73.0        54.5         68.5        56.0         75.7         9.2         80.9         89.5        70.6        15.7          18.3          11.9         1.0          18.5

Kellogg city                                        50.3         62.4        40.4         41.3        48.5         27.6        15.0         72.2         86.6        54.0        14.7           5.6          12.5          .1          11.7
Ketchum city                                        85.2         92.0        77.0         71.2        60.6         88.6         5.5         74.7         80.4        66.3         3.2           1.5          10.6         3.6           7.3
Lewiston city                                       64.2         73.9        55.2         69.2        61.2         72.7         6.4         74.8         84.5        63.1        14.0          21.1           7.8          .3          13.4
Meridian city                                       73.2         81.9        65.7         67.8        61.7         72.7         3.6         80.1         88.7        70.6        14.9          13.2          10.8           –          18.9
Montpelier city                                     56.3         76.5        37.9         43.3        38.1         47.9        14.1         77.0         83.2        65.9        23.2          12.4          29.9           –          20.1
Moscow city                                         59.7         61.9        57.3         59.6        44.6         75.0         6.1         52.7         57.1        47.8        40.2           3.2          12.1          .1          12.4
Mountain Home city                                  68.6         80.4        57.6         72.3        67.6         70.9         6.9         76.2         85.8        66.5        36.9           6.5          16.4          .2          18.4
Mountain Home AFB CDP                               82.9         97.7        61.2         42.2        38.2         77.6         7.4         62.2         89.7        40.2        46.7           4.3           8.3           –           9.6
Nampa city                                          61.3         70.9        52.9         61.4        53.6         62.0         6.1         73.1         80.4        64.6        12.1          22.4          16.0          .3          17.1
Orofino city                                        58.8         66.5        51.1         71.3        65.4         85.1        11.8         70.2         82.0        56.3        39.8          15.2          13.7           –          14.9

Payette city                                        57.7         70.1        46.9         54.3        42.4        56.2          7.8         77.7         83.8        69.8        12.7          20.3          13.1           –          13.7
Pocatello city                                      66.5         75.0        58.5         63.7        57.7        65.2          6.1         69.9         78.0        60.3        19.8          12.4          10.0         3.0          15.8
Post Falls city                                     69.1         77.7        61.0         63.8        61.7        84.8         10.0         70.8         81.5        58.8        10.1          23.8          11.4          .9          17.7
Preston city                                        58.7         69.0        48.8         64.6        59.9        32.0          9.9         73.4         83.1        60.2        14.8          30.7          16.1           –          17.7
Rexburg city                                        48.2         57.0        41.7         52.1        49.0        68.8          8.7         46.8         59.4        34.2         9.0          10.0          14.3          .5          11.6
Rigby city                                          58.4         65.2        52.3         62.1        58.7       100.0          6.1         64.8         73.0        55.8        15.4          14.2          21.5         6.6          20.3
Rupert city                                         63.1         72.7        54.5         69.3        71.9        67.5         10.2         79.1         88.5        67.4        15.8          17.7          11.9           –          13.3
St. Anthony city                                    65.8         69.8        62.3         82.6        82.4        34.9          8.2         76.4         90.4        62.4        26.5          18.6          13.0           –          15.2
Salmon city                                         56.5         68.7        45.9         51.8        32.0       100.0         10.7         70.2         80.6        57.9        25.8          11.3          14.7          .5          10.6
Sandpoint city                                      60.3         67.8        54.1         79.9        75.3        84.7          8.5         67.0         79.5        54.0        15.4          14.6           9.7          .3          12.0
Shelley city                                        65.3         75.1        56.1         70.6        58.1        90.8          4.8         67.8         75.2        58.5        14.9          22.6          13.9         8.6          17.5
Soda Springs city                                   64.7         76.3        54.1         46.4        42.5        62.2         10.6         70.3         91.6        43.1        17.9          18.6          10.0           –          11.1
Twin Falls city                                     65.2         75.5        56.0         68.7        58.6        73.6          4.4         74.6         82.4        65.2        12.3          15.7          11.8          .7          13.4
Weiser city                                         50.3         63.0        39.7         47.6        55.5        33.6         12.5         76.6         83.1        67.5        13.9           7.1          15.7           –           9.6




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Table 3.            Summary of Occupation, Income, and Poverty Characteristics: 1990
[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State                                                                                                                                                                Median income in
                                                                                                                             Median income in                      1989 of year-round
Urban and Rural and Size                                    Percent of employed persons 16 years and over                     1989 (dollars)                      full-time workers (dol-       Income in 1989 below poverty level
  of Place                                                                                                                                                                  lars)

Inside and Outside
  Metropolitan Area                                                                                                                                                                         Percent of persons for whom
                                                                                                                                                                                            poverty status is determined
County
                                               Manageri- Technical,
Place and [In Selected                            al and sales, and                                  Precision
  States] County                                 profes-
                                                   sional
                                                           adminis-
                                                             trative
                                                                                       Farming,
                                                                                       forestry,
                                                                                                      produc-      Opera-
                                                                                                         tion, tors, fab-                           Per capita                                           Related
  Subdivision [2,500 or                         specialty   support         Service   and fish-    craft, and    ricators,                          income in                                           children
                                                 occupa-    occupa-        occupa-    ing occu-    repair oc- and labor-      House-                     1989                                          under 18    65 years   Percent of
  More Persons]                                     tions      tions          tions      pations    cupations          ers     holds     Families     (dollars)         Male      Female    All ages       years   and over     families

          The State                                  23.6        28.3        13.5           7.8         11.3         15.4    25 257      29 472       11 457       25 475        16 122        13.3        15.8       11.5            9.7
URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF
 PLACE
Urban                                               26.4         31.7        14.4          2.7          10.7         14.1    25    271   30   482     11   847     26   159      16   617      13.6        15.8       10.6            9.7
  Inside urbanized area                             30.2         34.0        13.1          1.5           9.9         11.2    29    346   34   833     13   516     29   685      17   574      10.3        12.5        8.2            7.6
      Central place                                 31.3         34.1        13.1          1.4           9.3         10.7    28    347   34   397     13   964     29   886      17   574      10.9        13.4        8.2            7.8
      Urban fringe                                  26.4         34.0        13.2          1.6          11.7         13.1    33    109   35   965     11   976     29   125      17   572       8.2         9.9        8.2            6.7
  Outside urbanized area                            22.2         29.2        15.8          4.1          11.5         17.1    21    938   26   646     10   298     23   154      15   434      16.7        19.1       12.3           11.8
      Place of 10,000 or more                       23.5         30.2        16.2          3.2          10.7         16.2    21    796   27   391     10   502     23   833      15   397      18.0        18.4       10.5           11.1
      Place of 2,500 to 9,999                       20.6         28.0        15.4          5.2          12.5         18.3    22    077   25   932     10   066     22   395      15   488      15.3        19.7       14.4           12.5
Rural                                               19.6         23.4        12.2         15.1          12.4         17.3    25    241   28   174     10   930     24   565      15   116      12.8        15.7       12.6            9.7
  Place of 1,000 to 2,499                           18.2         25.1        15.6          7.4          13.3         20.4    20    331   24   638      9   516     22   460      14   022      15.8        20.0       16.5           11.9
  Place of less than 1,000                          18.6         21.4        16.5          9.6          12.3         21.7    20    947   24   676      9   437     22   891      14   566      15.9        19.0       15.1           12.0
  Other rural                                       19.9         23.4        11.1         16.9          12.2         16.3    26    715   29   393     11   349     25   116      15   363      11.9        14.7       11.3            9.0
  Rural farm                                        15.7         16.6         6.7         44.7           6.3         10.0    29    715   31   310     13   581     25   086      14   851       9.4        12.3        6.7            7.4
INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN
  AREA
Inside metropolitan area                            29.6         35.2        12.4          2.0          10.0         10.8    30    246   35   813     14   268     28   562      17   999       8.8        10.6        8.0            6.2
   In central city                                  31.1         36.1        12.8          1.4           9.0          9.6    29    121   35   663     15   208     28   583      18   099       9.4        11.6        7.3            6.3
   Not in central city                              27.0         33.7        11.7          3.0          11.5         12.9    32    437   36   017     12   791     28   533      17   830       7.9         9.4        9.6            6.0
      Urban                                         27.6         35.7        11.9          1.4          11.2         12.2    32    941   36   620     12   951     29   272      18   057       7.9        10.1        8.2            5.9
         Inside urbanized area                      28.4         34.8        12.0          1.3          11.6         11.9    35    169   38   356     13   176     29   777      17   837       7.4         9.3        6.7            5.3
         Outside urbanized area                     25.0         38.6        11.7          1.6          10.1         12.9    27    367   31   740     12   214     27   598      18   896       9.5        12.9       11.4            7.7
      Rural                                         25.6         29.0        11.3          7.1          12.3         14.8    31    439   34   286     12   437     27   091      17   137       7.9         7.8       11.9            6.1
Outside metropolitan area                           21.8         26.2        13.9          9.6          11.8         16.8    24    010   27   899     10   735     24   665      15   395      14.4        16.9       12.2           10.6
      Urban                                         24.3         29.4        15.5          3.5          11.2         16.2    23    034   27   982     10   631     25   026      15   736      15.7        17.8       11.8           11.4
         Inside urbanized area                      29.8         31.0        14.0          1.7          10.2         13.2    27    439   32   403     11   720     30   489      16   862      12.4        14.4        9.8            9.9
         Outside urbanized area                     22.1         28.7        16.0          4.2          11.6         17.4    21    707   26   427     10   212     22   909      15   245      17.0        19.4       12.4           12.0
            Place of 10,000 or more                 23.5         30.2        16.2          3.2          10.7         16.2    21    796   27   391     10   502     23   833      15   397      18.0        18.4       10.5           11.1
            Place of 2,500 to 9,999                 20.1         26.6        15.9          5.6          12.8         19.0    21    610   25   402      9   847     21   990      14   990      15.9        20.4       14.6           13.0
      Rural                                         19.2         23.0        12.2         15.7          12.4         17.5    24    954   27   826     10   838     24   325      14   940      13.1        16.1       12.6            9.9
COUNTY
Ada County                                          29.6         35.2        12.4          2.0          10.0         10.8    30    246   35   813     14   268     28   562      17   999       8.8        10.6        8.0            6.2
Adams County                                        19.1         20.9        16.5         18.1          11.1         14.3    22    455   25   781     13   732     22   500      13   011      10.9        12.0       10.6            7.7
Bannock County                                      25.9         31.2        14.4          2.2          11.0         15.2    26    275   31   724     10   976     29   837      16   517      13.8        15.2       12.1           10.6
Bear Lake County                                    19.4         22.2         9.9         14.1          14.4         20.0    21    646   27   045      8   989     27   625      13   529      14.3        15.2       17.9           13.7
Benewah County                                      16.1         20.2        14.5         10.8          11.8         26.6    21    508   24   984      9   921     24   746      13   189      16.3        19.7       14.3           12.0
Bingham County                                      19.4         23.2        12.4         11.1          12.2         21.7    25    158   27   496      9   474     24   778      16   527      15.6        19.2       11.3           13.1
Blaine County                                       28.5         25.3        13.7          6.6          17.4          8.6    31    199   37   969     19   979     27   142      18   579       7.7         9.0        9.0            4.4
Boise County                                        24.2         20.0        15.0          9.8          15.2         15.9    26    048   30   476     11   747     27   560      15   076      13.2        15.1       13.3            9.9
Bonner County                                       21.2         25.1        15.8          6.3          12.9         18.8    21    465   24   248     10   527     24   272      13   494      15.6        17.7       16.6           12.2
Bonneville County                                   31.6         29.1        13.1          3.9          10.4         11.9    30    462   34   378     12   123     31   019      17   339       9.9        12.0        8.6            8.6
Boundary County                                     17.4         20.2        16.0         12.1          11.1         23.2    21    662   25   288      9   054     25   240      12   750      14.0        13.2       17.6           10.6
Butte County                                        16.2         21.0        14.4         21.1          11.3         16.0    26    292   30   411     10   257     28   103      15   179      13.5        16.2       15.6           10.5
Camas County                                        16.9         17.8        13.2         20.9          14.4         16.9    24    440   26   667     11   373     20   547      14   750      11.8        17.9        5.1            7.3
Canyon County                                       18.4         26.8        13.7          8.9          12.6         19.6    22    979   26   328      9   916     21   481      15   057      15.1        19.5       10.4           10.9
Caribou County                                      19.9         21.0        12.6         13.3          12.8         20.4    29    979   33   708     10   808     33   352      15   345       7.1         6.7       10.5            5.9
Cassia County                                       18.6         22.0         9.3         19.6          11.2         19.2    23    381   27   245      9   726     24   095      15   150      14.5        17.8       11.3           12.0
Clark County                                        14.9         15.4        11.1         36.3           8.2         14.2    24    583   29   583     10   608     22   059      15   625       9.3        10.4        8.6            6.2
Clearwater County                                   20.9         23.7        16.2          7.8          10.9         20.6    23    925   26   832     11   234     24   730      14   824      12.2        16.3       15.1            8.9
Custer County                                       22.8         20.8        12.9         15.3          14.5         13.7    24    393   30   000     11   607     31   071      15   484      14.8        13.8       16.9           11.9
Elmore County                                       22.3         27.5        16.0          9.1          13.4         11.7    23    750   25   502      9   981     18   163      14   556      12.7        17.1       12.5            9.0
Franklin County                                     16.0         19.5         9.9         17.1          14.4         23.1    25    446   28   717      8   532     22   565      15   714      10.6        11.4       11.0            7.2
Fremont County                                      18.5         20.4        11.7         19.8           8.1         21.6    23    498   26   836      8   674     21   595      13   665      14.9        16.9       13.3           12.2
Gem County                                          15.3         20.7        13.3         15.1          13.9         21.6    21    495   25   055     10   450     22   225      15   648      16.9        23.3       15.2           14.0
Gooding County                                      16.3         19.7        14.0         25.6          10.2         14.3    19    823   22   885      9   625     19   931      12   898      17.0        23.1       13.0           12.3
Idaho County                                        21.0         18.5        14.7         15.1          12.4         18.3    22    093   25   302     10   527     25   231      11   974      13.8        16.4       15.9           10.2
Jefferson County                                    20.2         22.7        10.6         13.8          10.5         22.3    24    421   27   313      9   055     24   067      14   450      14.3        17.0       16.8           11.5
Jerome County                                       16.0         21.7        13.9         18.6          10.2         19.5    21    209   24   499      9   727     21   261      12   194      15.9        20.6       13.6           12.6
Kootenai County                                     23.3         29.9        15.0          3.7          13.1         15.0    25    593   30   013     12   330     26   462      15   879      12.1        15.9       10.0            8.6
Latah County                                        31.5         30.3        15.8          6.0           6.7          9.7    22    635   30   474     10   892     25   739      17   414      18.5        15.1        9.9           11.0
Lemhi County                                        18.4         25.9        11.5         14.1          14.0         16.1    19    697   23   077     10   624     22   201      11   763      20.2        30.0       17.2           17.6
Lewis County                                        20.5         19.7        13.0         17.0          10.0         19.8    20    926   24   640      9   780     22   109      13   942      15.6        20.3       12.1           12.3
Lincoln County                                      15.2         25.6        13.2         19.2           9.8         17.1    21    640   25   128      9   339     21   394      15   174      13.6        17.7       14.3            9.2
Madison County                                      21.9         28.8        15.2         11.1           7.1         15.8    23    000   26   726      7   385     24   018      12   060      28.6        13.7        8.6           12.8
Minidoka County                                     13.9         21.3        13.8         18.6          12.0         20.4    23    327   25   977     10   110     20   950      14   473      13.3        16.9       10.5           10.7
Nez Perce County                                    22.0         28.8        13.9          4.3          13.0         18.0    25    219   30   734     12   476     27   255      15   495      12.0        15.7       10.5            8.9
Oneida County                                       17.4         22.6        13.2         16.1          12.4         18.4    22    582   28   165      8   824     23   533      16   538      14.1        17.0       16.0            9.3
Owyhee County                                       13.3         15.4        11.5         36.2          10.3         13.4    18    595   21   054      9   786     18   183      14   167      24.7        32.8       17.6           17.0
Payette County                                      16.2         26.1        12.7         11.6          12.5         20.9    20    367   23   755      9   400     21   513      14   685      17.8        23.5       18.4           13.2
Power County                                        11.9         19.8        12.6         19.0           9.8         26.8    24    771   27   607      9   951     25   648      14   866      13.2        17.0        9.3           10.3
Shoshone County                                     18.3         21.8        18.3          1.8          23.2         16.6    20    980   25   723     10   373     26   308      14   889      16.2        23.2       11.2           12.4
Teton County                                        16.7         17.8        17.6         22.6          14.3         11.0    22    799   25   219      8   983     20   152      11   344      18.1        22.6       11.5           12.7
Twin Falls County                                   18.5         28.8        13.7         11.0          10.6         17.3    23    520   27   895     11   096     22   282      14   951      13.6        17.4       12.5            9.8
Valley County                                       25.9         28.1        15.4          6.0          13.8         10.8    24    232   27   967     12   344     25   789      15   625      12.7        15.1        9.1           10.8
Washington County                                   20.5         21.4        13.8         21.4           9.1         13.7    17    917   21   068      9   088     20   434      12   280      19.6        23.9       19.0           15.1

PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
American Falls city                                 13.3         24.3        10.5         10.6           9.6         31.8    24    884   28   621     10   064     26   156      15   790      13.7        18.3        9.1           11.1
Ammon city                                          25.2         34.3        15.3          2.1          13.9          9.3    32    574   33   289      9   629     30   718      17   521       9.7        12.1       11.6           11.4
Blackfoot city                                      19.6         27.5        18.2          4.3          10.8         19.6    22    548   25   434      9   179     22   250      15   993      16.2        19.9        8.5           15.6
Boise City city                                     31.1         36.1        12.8          1.4           9.0          9.6    29    121   35   663     15   208     28   583      18   099       9.4        11.6        7.3            6.3
Buhl city                                           13.3         27.6        14.5          8.2           9.8         26.6    16    265   20   086      8   371     20   344      11   819      22.4        35.5       18.7           19.1
Burley city                                         23.1         26.0         9.8          8.7          10.4         22.2    20    929   24   868      9   122     23   954      15   938      18.2        25.8       12.6           14.6
Caldwell city                                       19.1         28.0        15.5          4.8          11.4         21.3    20    831   25   127      9   511     20   577      15   454      16.0        19.2       13.0           11.6
Chubbuck city                                       21.8         33.2        15.7          1.9          12.2         15.2    30    232   32   320      9   592     29   368      17   126       9.8        10.2       14.3            9.1
Coeur d’Alene city                                  24.8         30.7        17.7          2.2          11.4         13.2    22    268   27   930     12   107     25   488      15   377      14.1        17.4       11.5            9.8
Eagle city                                          37.8         35.7        10.3          1.8           4.7          9.7    35    368   45   250     15   709     35   517      25   341       8.8        13.6        5.6            7.3


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Table 3.            Summary of Occupation, Income, and Poverty Characteristics: 1990 Con.
[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

State                                                                                                                                                                Median income in
                                                                                                                             Median income in                      1989 of year-round
Urban and Rural and Size                                    Percent of employed persons 16 years and over                     1989 (dollars)                      full-time workers (dol-       Income in 1989 below poverty level
  of Place                                                                                                                                                                  lars)

Inside and Outside
  Metropolitan Area                                                                                                                                                                         Percent of persons for whom
                                                                                                                                                                                            poverty status is determined
County
                                               Manageri- Technical,
Place and [In Selected                            al and sales, and                                  Precision
  States] County                                 profes-
                                                   sional
                                                           adminis-
                                                             trative
                                                                                       Farming,
                                                                                       forestry,
                                                                                                      produc-      Opera-
                                                                                                         tion, tors, fab-                           Per capita                                           Related
  Subdivision [2,500 or                         specialty   support         Service   and fish-    craft, and    ricators,                          income in                                           children
                                                 occupa-    occupa-        occupa-    ing occu-    repair oc- and labor-      House-                     1989                                          under 18    65 years   Percent of
  More Persons]                                     tions      tions          tions      pations    cupations          ers     holds     Families     (dollars)         Male      Female    All ages       years   and over     families

PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
 Con.
Emmett city                                         16.7         22.6        17.6          7.6          13.7         21.8    17    178   23   104      8   599     21   623      15   926      20.5        27.5       16.9           15.7
Fort Hall CDP                                       18.8         22.5        12.4          5.2          16.6         24.5    23    533   26   250      6   986     27   744      17   337      37.0        46.2       34.4           31.3
Garden City city                                    19.9         30.6        16.9          1.8          14.2         16.6    20    530   25   439     11   472     20   330      14   960      18.1        25.2        8.7           14.3
Gooding city                                        19.7         25.7        19.7          4.6          14.4         15.9    16    882   22   147      9   167     20   069      14   050      19.7        30.0       13.6           15.3
Grangeville city                                    20.0         24.1        16.6          6.6          14.7         18.0    22    306   27   344     12   315     26   557      11   985      11.2        15.5       11.7            8.3
Hailey city                                         26.3         29.0        14.9          4.2          18.4          7.2    27    473   34   274     13   026     26   441      17   264      10.3        12.5       12.0            6.8
Hayden city                                         18.6         34.6        15.6          2.7          12.6         15.9    25    518   28   150     11   558     25   540      15   500      13.0        21.0        4.1            9.8
Heyburn city                                        12.5         21.7        20.5          6.4          12.4         26.5    26    222   28   307      8   972     20   542      12   760      11.8        15.1        7.9           10.7
Idaho Falls city                                    35.7         29.4        12.7          2.1           9.6         10.5    29    887   35   162     13   107     31   957      17   754      10.5        13.4        7.7            8.8
Jerome city                                         15.9         21.4        20.4          9.3          12.2         20.9    17    636   20   831      8   268     20   934      11   406      21.1        27.7       17.1           17.9

Kellogg city                                        22.7         20.8        20.1          1.2          20.5         14.7    16    912   23   222      9   407     23   802      15   197      23.2        35.1       10.6           19.3
Ketchum city                                        28.6         23.2        14.9          6.6          19.5          7.1    29    375   39   000     23   309     25   600      20   198       4.4         8.0        9.8            2.0
Lewiston city                                       22.2         29.8        14.7          2.4          13.2         17.8    25    711   31   786     12   828     27   550      15   592      11.3        14.9        9.1            8.1
Meridian city                                       20.5         39.7        12.2          1.6          12.0         14.0    25    880   29   296     11   002     25   534      17   693       9.8        12.6       13.5            7.8
Montpelier city                                     23.0         22.8        11.1          9.1          16.9         17.0    20    078   25   313      9   354     26   016      15   700      17.1        18.0       22.0           16.8
Moscow city                                         36.9         32.6        17.5          2.5           4.6          5.8    19    977   30   182     10   204     26   922      18   018      23.4        16.0        5.4           12.4
Mountain Home city                                  25.5         33.1        16.9          2.6          11.7         10.2    27    401   30   800     11   688     24   360      16   481      12.2        17.4       12.4            8.9
Mountain Home AFB CDP                               20.2         32.1        21.8          2.1          15.9          7.8    20    306   20   220      7   228     14   988      12   449       8.6        11.7          –            6.6
Nampa city                                          18.9         27.4        15.8          2.9          14.1         20.9    19    696   22   901      8   810     20   070      14   297      18.5        24.5        9.2           13.6
Orofino city                                        21.6         27.5        21.1          4.7           9.1         15.9    24    309   28   191     12   251     24   350      14   841      10.9        14.2       12.0            8.2

Payette city                                        15.7         27.7        16.2          6.7          12.5         21.1    19    766   22   715      8   875     20   398      15   265      18.8        24.2       18.7           14.0
Pocatello city                                      27.7         32.2        14.5           .9          10.1         14.7    24    955   31   089     11   385     29   655      16   259      15.3        17.7       11.1           11.1
Post Falls city                                     16.0         32.8        18.0          1.4          13.6         18.2    24    189   27   566     10   135     25   137      17   062      11.1        10.7       12.2            9.3
Preston city                                        15.5         22.6        11.9          6.0          18.3         25.8    25    061   30   000      9   471     21   480      15   185       7.5         6.0        8.4            5.2
Rexburg city                                        23.9         32.0        18.4          6.3           4.9         14.4    19    183   23   542      6   599     23   341      11   477      41.8        15.9       10.3           16.4
Rigby city                                          27.1         27.2         9.6          4.0           9.1         22.9    23    651   27   436     10   344     27   788      17   625      12.2        10.9       21.8           11.5
Rupert city                                         15.4         20.9        17.2          7.8          12.9         25.8    19    489   23   150      9   030     18   715      14   717      19.2        24.4       19.0           17.3
St. Anthony city                                    26.1         21.5        10.9          8.6           8.3         24.5    21    649   27   106      8   734     21   654      11   642      15.3        17.2        9.5           12.4
Salmon city                                         17.6         33.2        11.9          2.2          16.7         18.5    16    290   20   559      9   049     26   154      10   625      25.9        43.0       16.6           21.9
Sandpoint city                                      23.6         27.2        22.1          3.3           9.4         14.5    18    810   22   252     10   515     21   960      14   886      18.4        18.8       22.6           14.6
Shelley city                                        23.4         27.0        11.0          4.8           9.1         24.7    26    083   27   610      8   405     25   711      16   380      12.0        13.6       10.4           11.2
Soda Springs city                                   24.6         26.4        13.6           .8          13.6         20.8    33    537   36   308     12   222     36   183      16   691       5.6         4.1       17.4            3.5
Twin Falls city                                     21.7         31.9        15.4          3.6          10.2         17.3    23    206   29   169     11   329     23   310      15   630      14.4        17.4       12.6           10.3
Weiser city                                         20.6         23.7        13.6         11.8          12.1         18.2    15    800   19   375      7   548     20   187      11   642      23.5        31.6       16.1           17.5




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Table 4.          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]

                                                                                                                           Urban                                                            Rural

State                                                                                                      Inside urbanized area                  Outside urbanized area

Urban and Rural and Size of Place                                                                                                                   Place of       Place of                  Place of
                                                                                                                                                  10,000 or       2,500 to                  1,000 to    Place of less
                                                                 The State              Total           Total   Central place      Urban fringe        more          9,999          Total      2,499     than 1,000     Rural farm

RACE
             All persons                                       1 006    749      578    376      278  439          215  725            62 714      159 825        140 112     428 373        47 795         48 005        44 869
White                                                            950    802      545    331      266  960          206  807            60 153      149 956        128 415     405 471        44 538         44 983        43 364
Black                                                              3    653        3    215        1  704            1  322               382          565            946         438            51             53            17
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                 14    677        7    220        2  402            1  752               650        1 384          3 434       7 457           517          1 561           449
   American Indian                                                14    436        7    072        2  359            1  725               634        1 313          3 400       7 364           517          1 519           447
   Eskimo                                                               173             126            32                16                16           71             23          47             –             17             2
   Aleut                                                                 68              22            11                11                 –            –             11          46             –             25             –
Asian or Pacific Islander                                           9   096         7   080         3 723             3 064               659        2 066          1 291       2 016           262            172           312
   Asian                                                            8   297         6   456         3 419             2 791               628        1 851          1 186       1 841           224            143           312
      Chinese                                                       1   275         1   163           683               550               133          404             76         112            12              9             3
      Filipino                                                      1   064             874           417               321                96          206            251         190            46             10            12
      Japanese                                                      2   830         1   760           899               812                87          484            377       1 070           118             59           287
      Asian Indian                                                      377             335           160               157                 3          127             48          42             –              9             2
      Korean                                                            964             745           459               383                76          162            124         219            32             36             7
      Vietnamese                                                        566             547           359               241               118          107             81          19             –              5             –
      Cambodian                                                          74              63             9                 9                 –           54              –          11            11              –             –
      Hmong                                                               –               –             –                 –                 –            –              –           –             –              –             –
      Laotian                                                           435             363           220               159                61          127             16          72             –              –             –
      Thai                                                              193             152            33                33                 –           61             58          41             –             11             –
      Other Asian                                                       519             454           180               126                54          119            155          65             5              4             1
   Pacific Islander                                                     799             624           304               273                31          215            105         175            38             29             –
      Hawaiian                                                          429             302           127               112                15           80             95         127            31             20             –
      Samoan                                                             75              65            52                36                16           13              –          10             5              –             –
      Guamanian                                                         148             136            97                97                 –           39              –          12             2              –             –
      Other Pacific Islander                                            147             121            28                28                 –           83             10          26             –              9             –
Other race                                                        28    521       15    530         3 650             2 780               870        5 854          6 026      12 991         2 427          1 236           727

HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                         1 006 749         578 376         278 439           215 725             62 714      159 825        140 112     428 373        47 795         48 005        44 869
Hispanic origin (of any race)                                     51 679          30 204           9 127             7 263              1 864       10 700         10 377      21 475         3 443          2 199         1 383
   Mexican                                                        42 415          23 962           6 542             5 192              1 350        8 840          8 580      18 453         2 933          1 925         1 076
   Puerto Rican                                                      655             557             152               124                 28          142            263          98            22             18             2
   Cuban                                                             153             116              59                51                  8           36             21          37             –              6             –
   Other Hispanic                                                  8 456           5 569           2 374             1 896                478        1 682          1 513       2 887           488            250           305
     Dominican (Dominican Republic)                                   15               4               –                 –                  –            –              4          11             –              –             –
     Central American                                                625             430             184               130                 54           73            173         195            13             24             4
        Costa Rican                                                   61              57               –                 –                  –           17             40           4             –              –             4
        Guatemalan                                                   123              31               7                 7                  –            7             17          92             2             15             –
        Honduran                                                      71              63               8                 8                  –           33             22           8             –              –             –
        Nicaraguan                                                   131             115              55                55                  –            –             60          16             –              –             –
        Panamanian                                                   102              97              86                50                 36            –             11           5             –              4             –
        Salvadoran                                                   133              67              28                10                 18           16             23          66             7              5             –
        Other Central American                                         4               –               –                 –                  –            –              –           4             4              –             –
     South American                                                  684             523             232               169                 63          242             49         161            29             10            13
        Argentinean                                                  126              98              32                30                  2           52             14          28            14              –             –
        Chilean                                                      115              76               –                 –                  –           69              7          39             9              2            11
        Colombian                                                    163             153              89                60                 29           41             23          10             –              8             2
        Ecuadorian                                                    14              13              13                13                  –            –              –           1             –              –             –
        Peruvian                                                     183             103              51                51                  –           52              –          80             3              –             –
        Venezuelan                                                    15              15               4                 4                  –           11              –           –             –              –             –
        Other South American                                          68              65              43                11                 32           17              5           3             3              –             –
     All other Hispanic                                            7 132           4 612           1 958             1 597                361        1 367          1 287       2 520           446            216           288
Not of Hispanic origin                                           955 070         548 172         269 312           208 462             60 850      149 125        129 735     406 898        44 352         45 806        43 486

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                         1 006    749      578    376      278    439        215    725          62 714      159   825      140   112   428   373      47 795         48 005        44 869
White                                                            950    802      545    331      266    960        206    807          60 153      149   956      128   415   405   471      44 538         44 983        43 364
   Hispanic origin                                                21    693       13    679        5    074          4    160             914        4   652        3   953     8   014         983            883           634
   Not of Hispanic origin                                        929    109      531    652      261    886        202    647          59 239      145   304      124   462   397   457      43 555         44 100        42 730
Black                                                              3    653        3    215        1    704          1    322             382            565            946         438          51             53            17
   Hispanic origin                                                      225             198              72                72               –             83             43          27           –              2             –
   Not of Hispanic origin                                          3    428         3   017         1   632           1   250             382            482            903         411          51             51            17
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                 14    677         7   220         2   402           1   752             650        1   384        3   434     7   457         517          1 561           449
   Hispanic origin                                                 1    278             732             277               195              82            101            354         546          31             91            48
   Not of Hispanic origin                                         13    399         6   488         2   125           1   557             568        1   283        3   080     6   911         486          1 470           401
Asian or Pacific Islander                                          9    096         7   080         3   723           3   064             659        2   066        1   291     2   016         262            172           312
   Hispanic origin                                                      356             280             118                94              24             86             76          76          28              4             –
   Not of Hispanic origin                                          8    740        6    800         3   605           2   970             635        1   980        1   215     1   940         234            168           312
Other race                                                        28    521       15    530         3   650           2   780             870        5   854        6   026    12   991       2 427          1 236           727
   Hispanic origin                                                28    127       15    315         3   586           2   742             844        5   778        5   951    12   812       2 401          1 219           701
   Not of Hispanic origin                                               394             215              64                38              26             76             75         179          26             17            26

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
            All persons                                             100.0           100.0           100.0             100.0              100.0        100.0          100.0      100.0          100.0          100.0         100.0
White                                                                94.4            94.3            95.9              95.9               95.9         93.8           91.7       94.7           93.2           93.7          96.6
Black                                                                  .4              .6              .6                .6                 .6           .4             .7         .1             .1             .1             –
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                     1.5             1.2              .9                .8                1.0           .9            2.5        1.7            1.1            3.3           1.0
   American Indian                                                    1.4             1.2              .8                .8                1.0           .8            2.4        1.7            1.1            3.2           1.0
Asian or Pacific Islander                                              .9             1.2             1.3               1.4                1.1          1.3             .9         .5             .5             .4            .7
   Asian                                                               .8             1.1             1.2               1.3                1.0          1.2             .8         .4             .5             .3            .7
   Pacific Islander                                                    .1              .1              .1                .1                  –           .1             .1          –             .1             .1             –
Other race                                                            2.8             2.7             1.3               1.3                1.4          3.7            4.3        3.0            5.1            2.6           1.6

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                              100.0           100.0           100.0             100.0              100.0        100.0          100.0      100.0          100.0          100.0         100.0
Hispanic origin (of any race)                                         5.1             5.2             3.3               3.4                3.0          6.7            7.4        5.0            7.2            4.6           3.1
   Mexican                                                            4.2             4.1             2.3               2.4                2.2          5.5            6.1        4.3            6.1            4.0           2.4
   Puerto Rican                                                        .1              .1              .1                .1                  –           .1             .2          –              –              –             –
   Cuban                                                                –               –               –                 –                  –            –              –          –              –              –             –
   Other Hispanic                                                      .8             1.0              .9                .9                 .8          1.1            1.1         .7            1.0             .5            .7
Not of Hispanic origin                                               94.9            94.8            96.7              96.6               97.0         93.3           92.6       95.0           92.8           95.4          96.9

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
         All persons                                                100.0           100.0           100.0             100.0              100.0        100.0          100.0      100.0          100.0          100.0         100.0
White                                                                94.4            94.3            95.9              95.9               95.9         93.8           91.7       94.7           93.2           93.7          96.6
  Not of Hispanic origin                                             92.3            91.9            94.1              93.9               94.5         90.9           88.8       92.8           91.1           91.9          95.2


SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS                                                                                                                                                                                 IDAHO 7
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Table 5.          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]

                                                                                                                  Inside metropolitan area                                               Outside metropolitan area

                                                                                                                                                                                         Urban, outside urbanized
                                                                                                                                      Not in central city
State                                                                                                                                                                                              area
Inside and Outside Metropolitan                                                                                                              Urban
  Area
                                                                                                                                                       Outside                             Place of        Place of
                                                                                                                                  Inside urban-      urbanized                           10,000 or        2,500 to
                                                                 The State              Total   In central city           Total       ized area           area     Rural         Total        more           9,999          Rural

RACE
             All persons                                       1 006    749      205  775           125 738          80 037           42 318          12 923     24 796    800   974      159 825         127 189     403 577
White                                                            950    802      199  254           121 573          77 681           40 855          12 604     24 222    751   548      149 956         115 811     381 249
Black                                                              3    653        1  161               757             404              289              55         60      2   492          565             891         378
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                 14    677        1  597               931             666              342              86        238     13   080        1 384           3 348       7 219
   American Indian                                                14    436        1  561               904             657              333              86        238     12   875        1 313           3 314       7 126
   Eskimo                                                               173            25                16               9                9               –          –          148           71              23          47
   Aleut                                                                 68            11                11               –                –               –          –           57            –              11          46
Asian or Pacific Islander                                           9   096         2 386             1 598             788              533             178         77      6   710        2 066           1 113       1 939
   Asian                                                            8   297         2 265             1 522             743              502             164         77      6   032        1 851           1 022       1 764
      Chinese                                                       1   275           420               299             121              104              11          6          855          404              65         106
      Filipino                                                      1   064           234               142              92               59              33          –          830          206             218         190
      Japanese                                                      2   830           484               328             156               87              42         27      2   346          484             335       1 043
      Asian Indian                                                      377            90                82               8                3               –          5          287          127              48          37
      Korean                                                            964           317               229              88               41               8         39          647          162             116         180
      Vietnamese                                                        566           326               187             139              109              30          –          240          107              51          19
      Cambodian                                                          74             9                 9               –                –               –          –           65           54               –          11
      Hmong                                                               –             –                 –               –                –               –          –            –            –               –           –
      Laotian                                                           435           192               131              61               61               –          –          243          127              16          72
      Thai                                                              193            39                33               6                –               6          –          154           61              52          41
      Other Asian                                                       519           154                82              72               38              34          –          365          119             121          65
   Pacific Islander                                                     799           121                76              45               31              14          –          678          215              91         175
      Hawaiian                                                          429            93                64              29               15              14          –          336           80              81         127
      Samoan                                                             75            16                 –              16               16               –          –           59           13               –          10
      Guamanian                                                         148             6                 6               –                –               –          –          142           39               –          12
      Other Pacific Islander                                            147             6                 6               –                –               –          –          141           83              10          26
Other race                                                        28    521         1 377               879             498              299               –        199     27   144        5 854           6 026      12 792
HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                         1 006 749         205 775            125 738          80 037           42 318          12 923     24 796    800 974        159 825         127 189     403 577
Hispanic origin (of any race)                                     51 679           5 216              3 385           1 831              889             309        633     46 463         10 700          10 068      20 842
   Mexican                                                        42 415           3 063              1 996           1 067              475             191        401     39 352          8 840           8 389      18 052
   Puerto Rican                                                      655             101                 73              28               28               –          –        554            142             263          98
   Cuban                                                             153              47                 33              14                8               –          6        106             36              21          31
   Other Hispanic                                                  8 456           2 005              1 283             722              378             118        226      6 451          1 682           1 395       2 661
     Dominican (Dominican Republic)                                   15               –                  –               –                –               –          –         15              –               4          11
     Central American                                                625              89                 42              47               41               –          6        536             73             173         189
        Costa Rican                                                   61               –                  –               –                –               –          –         61             17              40           4
        Guatemalan                                                   123              13                  7               6                –               –          6        110              7              17          86
        Honduran                                                      71               8                  8               –                –               –          –         63             33              22           8
        Nicaraguan                                                   131               –                  –               –                –               –          –        131              –              60          16
        Panamanian                                                   102              53                 17              36               36               –          –         49              –              11           5
        Salvadoran                                                   133              15                 10               5                5               –          –        118             16              23          66
        Other Central American                                         4               –                  –               –                –               –          –          4              –               –           4
     South American                                                  684             155                 94              61               29              32          –        529            242              17         161
        Argentinean                                                  126              30                 30               –                –               –          –         96             52              14          28
        Chilean                                                      115               7                  –               7                –               7          –        108             69               –          39
        Colombian                                                    163              82                 33              49               29              20          –         81             41               3          10
        Ecuadorian                                                    14              13                 13               –                –               –          –          1              –               –           1
        Peruvian                                                     183              18                 18               –                –               –          –        165             52               –          80
        Venezuelan                                                    15               –                  –               –                –               –          –         15             11               –           –
        Other South American                                          68               5                  –               5                –               5          –         63             17               –           3
     All other Hispanic                                            7 132           1 761              1 147             614              308              86        220      5 371          1 367           1 201       2 300
Not of Hispanic origin                                           955 070         200 559            122 353          78 206           41 429          12 614     24 163    754 511        149 125         117 121     382 735
RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                         1 006    749      205    775         125  738         80   037         42 318          12 923     24 796    800   974      159    825      127   189   403   577
White                                                            950    802      199    254         121  573         77   681         40 855          12 604     24 222    751   548      149    956      115   811   381   249
   Hispanic origin                                                21    693        3    512           2  298          1   214            563             224        427     18   181        4    652        3   729     7   587
   Not of Hispanic origin                                        929    109      195    742         119  275         76   467         40 292          12 380     23 795    733   367      145    304      112   082   373   662
Black                                                              3    653        1    161              757              404            289              55         60      2   492             565            891         378
   Hispanic origin                                                      225              54               54                –              –               –          –          171              83             43          27
   Not of Hispanic origin                                          3    428         1   107              703              404            289              55         60      2   321             482            848         351
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                 14    677         1   597              931              666            342              86        238     13   080         1   384        3   348     7   219
   Hispanic origin                                                 1    278             194               94              100             23              59         18      1   084             101            295         528
   Not of Hispanic origin                                         13    399         1   403              837              566            319              27        220     11   996         1   283        3   053     6   691
Asian or Pacific Islander                                          9    096         2   386            1 598              788            533             178         77      6   710         2   066        1   113     1   939
   Hispanic origin                                                      356             113               72               41             15              26          –          243              86             50          76
   Not of Hispanic origin                                          8    740         2   273            1 526              747            518             152         77      6   467         1   980        1   063     1   863
Other race                                                        28    521         1   377              879              498            299               –        199     27   144         5   854        6   026    12   792
   Hispanic origin                                                28    127         1   343              867              476            288               –        188     26   784         5   778        5   951    12   624
   Not of Hispanic origin                                               394              34               12               22             11               –         11          360              76             75         168
PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
            All persons                                             100.0           100.0               100.0          100.0            100.0           100.0     100.0      100.0            100.0          100.0      100.0
White                                                                94.4            96.8                96.7           97.1             96.5            97.5      97.7       93.8             93.8           91.1       94.5
Black                                                                  .4              .6                  .6             .5               .7              .4        .2         .3               .4             .7         .1
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                     1.5              .8                  .7             .8               .8              .7       1.0        1.6               .9            2.6        1.8
   American Indian                                                    1.4              .8                  .7             .8               .8              .7       1.0        1.6               .8            2.6        1.8
Asian or Pacific Islander                                              .9             1.2                 1.3            1.0              1.3             1.4        .3         .8              1.3             .9         .5
   Asian                                                               .8             1.1                 1.2             .9              1.2             1.3        .3         .8              1.2             .8         .4
   Pacific Islander                                                    .1              .1                  .1             .1               .1              .1         –         .1               .1             .1          –
Other race                                                            2.8              .7                  .7             .6               .7               –        .8        3.4              3.7            4.7        3.2
PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                              100.0           100.0               100.0          100.0            100.0           100.0     100.0      100.0            100.0          100.0      100.0
Hispanic origin (of any race)                                         5.1             2.5                 2.7            2.3              2.1             2.4       2.6        5.8              6.7            7.9        5.2
   Mexican                                                            4.2             1.5                 1.6            1.3              1.1             1.5       1.6        4.9              5.5            6.6        4.5
   Puerto Rican                                                        .1               –                  .1              –               .1               –         –         .1               .1             .2          –
   Cuban                                                                –               –                   –              –                –               –         –          –                –              –          –
   Other Hispanic                                                      .8             1.0                 1.0             .9               .9              .9        .9         .8              1.1            1.1         .7
Not of Hispanic origin                                               94.9            97.5                97.3           97.7             97.9            97.6      97.4       94.2             93.3           92.1       94.8

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
         All persons                                                100.0           100.0               100.0          100.0            100.0           100.0     100.0      100.0            100.0          100.0      100.0
White                                                                94.4            96.8                96.7           97.1             96.5            97.5      97.7       93.8             93.8           91.1       94.5
  Not of Hispanic origin                                             92.3            95.1                94.9           95.5             95.2            95.8      96.0       91.6             90.9           88.1       92.6


8      IDAHO                                                                                                                                                       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                                                                                                Bannock         Bear Lake    Benewah    Bingham                                                      Bonneville
                                                                Ada County     Adams County            County           County       County    County    Blaine County   Boise County   Bonner County        County

RACE
             All persons                                          205  775            3 254           66 026             6 084      7 937     37 583          13 552          3 509          26 622         72 207
White                                                             199  254            3 188           61 916             5 990      7 276     32 398          13 233          3 470          26 095         69 073
Black                                                               1  161                –              358                 –          –         73               8              –              29            348
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                   1  597               59            1 588                21        618      2 637              58             30             329            436
   American Indian                                                  1  561               54            1 588                21        613      2 637              58             30             310            426
   Eskimo                                                               25                5                –                 –          5          –               –              –              19             10
   Aleut                                                                11                –                –                 –          –          –               –              –               –              –
Asian or Pacific Islander                                            2 386                –              842                 2         25        271             140              5              50            927
   Asian                                                             2 265                –              772                 –         25        224             140              2              50            784
      Chinese                                                          420                –              144                 –          3          8               2              –              14            145
      Filipino                                                         234                –               40                 –          –          4              21              –              23            185
      Japanese                                                         484                –              324                 –          5        136              71              2               5            282
      Asian Indian                                                      90                –               58                 –         15          –               –              –               4             17
      Korean                                                           317                –               73                 –          2         28              10              –               2            116
      Vietnamese                                                       326                –               56                 –          –         35               –              –               –              9
      Cambodian                                                          9                –                –                 –          –         11               –              –               –              –
      Hmong                                                              –                –                –                 –          –          –               –              –               –              –
      Laotian                                                          192                –               28                 –          –          –               –              –               –              –
      Thai                                                              39                –               19                 –          –          –               –              –               –              –
      Other Asian                                                      154                –               30                 –          –          2              36              –               2             30
   Pacific Islander                                                    121                –               70                 2          –         47               –              3               –            143
      Hawaiian                                                          93                –               23                 2          –         40               –              –               –             25
      Samoan                                                            16                –               36                 –          –          –               –              3               –              –
      Guamanian                                                          6                –                6                 –          –          –               –              –               –             91
      Other Pacific Islander                                             6                –                5                 –          –          7               –              –               –             27
Other race                                                           1 377                7            1 322                71         18      2 204             113              4             119          1 423

HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                            205 775             3 254           66 026             6 084      7 937     37 583          13 552          3 509          26 622         72 207
Hispanic origin (of any race)                                       5 216                35            2 588               150        124      3 394             347             68             439          2 988
   Mexican                                                          3 063                27            2 112               147         92      2 925             201             51             260          2 611
   Puerto Rican                                                       101                 –               32                 –          –        147               7              –               7             19
   Cuban                                                               47                 –                9                 –          –          –               –              –               –             11
   Other Hispanic                                                   2 005                 8              435                 3         32        322             139             17             172            347
     Dominican (Dominican Republic)                                     –                 –                –                 –          –          –               –              –               –              –
     Central American                                                  89                 –               19                 3          2          –              10              –              14             88
        Costa Rican                                                     –                 –                –                 –          –          –               –              –               –              –
        Guatemalan                                                     13                 –                –                 –          2          –               3              –               6              –
        Honduran                                                        8                 –                –                 –          –          –               –              –               –              –
        Nicaraguan                                                      –                 –                6                 –          –          –               –              –               –             49
        Panamanian                                                     53                 –                –                 –          –          –               5              –               –             33
        Salvadoran                                                     15                 –               13                 3          –          –               2              –               8              6
        Other Central American                                          –                 –                –                 –          –          –               –              –               –              –
     South American                                                   155                 –               58                 –          –          4              15              –              19             51
        Argentinean                                                    30                 –                –                 –          –          –               9              –              14              2
        Chilean                                                         7                 –                –                 –          –          –               –              –               –              –
        Colombian                                                      82                 –               27                 –          –          4               –              –               3              –
        Ecuadorian                                                     13                 –                –                 –          –          –               –              –               –              –
        Peruvian                                                       18                 –               20                 –          –          –               6              –               2             13
        Venezuelan                                                      –                 –                –                 –          –          –               –              –               –              4
        Other South American                                            5                 –               11                 –          –          –               –              –               –             32
     All other Hispanic                                             1 761                 8              358                 –         30        318             114             17             139            208
Not of Hispanic origin                                            200 559             3 219           63 438             5 934      7 813     34 189          13 205          3 441          26 183         69 219

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                            205    775          3 254           66   026           6 084      7 937     37   583        13 552          3 509          26 622         72  207
White                                                             199    254          3 188           61   916           5 990      7 276     32   398        13 233          3 470          26 095         69  073
   Hispanic origin                                                  3    512             28            1   124              59         82      1   037           224             64             289          1  525
   Not of Hispanic origin                                         195    742          3 160           60   792           5 931      7 194     31   361        13 009          3 406          25 806         67  548
Black                                                               1    161              –                358               –          –           73             8              –              29             348
   Hispanic origin                                                        54              –                  7               –          –           11             –              –               –              11
   Not of Hispanic origin                                            1   107              –                351               –          –           62             8              –              29             337
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                    1   597             59            1   588              21        618      2   637            58             30             329             436
   Hispanic origin                                                       194              –                155              20         24          204            10              –              25              45
   Not of Hispanic origin                                            1   403             59            1   433               1        594      2   433            48             30             304             391
Asian or Pacific Islander                                            2   386              –                842               2         25          271           140              5              50             927
   Hispanic origin                                                       113              –                  –               –          –            4             –              –               8              40
   Not of Hispanic origin                                            2   273              –                842               2         25          267           140              5              42             887
Other race                                                           1   377              7            1   322              71         18      2   204           113              4             119           1 423
   Hispanic origin                                                   1   343              7            1   302              71         18      2   138           113              4             117           1 367
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                 34              –                 20               –          –           66             –              –               2              56

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
            All persons                                               100.0            100.0            100.0            100.0       100.0     100.0            100.0          100.0           100.0          100.0
White                                                                  96.8             98.0             93.8             98.5        91.7      86.2             97.6           98.9            98.0           95.7
Black                                                                    .6                –               .5                –           –        .2               .1              –              .1             .5
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                        .8              1.8              2.4               .3         7.8       7.0               .4             .9             1.2             .6
   American Indian                                                       .8              1.7              2.4               .3         7.7       7.0               .4             .9             1.2             .6
Asian or Pacific Islander                                               1.2                –              1.3                –          .3        .7              1.0             .1              .2            1.3
   Asian                                                                1.1                –              1.2                –          .3        .6              1.0             .1              .2            1.1
   Pacific Islander                                                      .1                –               .1                –           –        .1                –             .1               –             .2
Other race                                                               .7               .2              2.0              1.2          .2       5.9               .8             .1              .4            2.0

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                100.0            100.0            100.0            100.0       100.0     100.0            100.0          100.0           100.0          100.0
Hispanic origin (of any race)                                           2.5              1.1              3.9              2.5         1.6       9.0              2.6            1.9             1.6            4.1
   Mexican                                                              1.5               .8              3.2              2.4         1.2       7.8              1.5            1.5             1.0            3.6
   Puerto Rican                                                           –                –                –                –           –        .4               .1              –               –              –
   Cuban                                                                  –                –                –                –           –         –                –              –               –              –
   Other Hispanic                                                       1.0               .2               .7                –          .4        .9              1.0             .5              .6             .5
Not of Hispanic origin                                                 97.5             98.9             96.1             97.5        98.4      91.0             97.4           98.1            98.4           95.9

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
         All persons                                                  100.0            100.0            100.0            100.0       100.0     100.0            100.0          100.0           100.0          100.0
White                                                                  96.8             98.0             93.8             98.5        91.7      86.2             97.6           98.9            98.0           95.7
  Not of Hispanic origin                                               95.1             97.1             92.1             97.5        90.6      83.4             96.0           97.1            96.9           93.5


SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS                                                                                                                                                                     IDAHO 9
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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                                                                                                                                                                                      Clearwater
                                                             Boundary County        Butte County       Camas County      Canyon County      Caribou County   Cassia County   Clark County       County   Custer County

RACE
             All persons                                               8 332               2 918                727                90 076          6 963          19 532             762       8 505           4 133
White                                                                  7 916               2 851                721                80 483          6 834          17 563             681       8 237           4 049
Black                                                                     12                   –                  –                   141              –               4               –           1               6
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                        196                  23                  2                   694             14             211               6         212              48
   American Indian                                                       191                  23                  2                   681             14             211               6         209              48
   Eskimo                                                                  2                   –                  –                     7              –               –               –           1               –
   Aleut                                                                   3                   –                  –                     6              –               –               –           2               –
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                 31                   2                  2                   957             46              83               –          15              19
   Asian                                                                  31                   2                  2                   819             13              78               –          15              19
      Chinese                                                              3                   –                  –                    94              –               –               –           2               –
      Filipino                                                             5                   2                  –                    82              –              21               –           3               3
      Japanese                                                             7                   –                  –                   432              6              43               –           4               2
      Asian Indian                                                         –                   –                  –                     –              –               –               –           2               –
      Korean                                                               5                   –                  2                    67              7              14               –           2               9
      Vietnamese                                                           8                   –                  –                    92              –               –               –           –               –
      Cambodian                                                            –                   –                  –                     –              –               –               –           –               –
      Hmong                                                                –                   –                  –                     –              –               –               –           –               –
      Laotian                                                              –                   –                  –                    25              –               –               –           –               –
      Thai                                                                 –                   –                  –                    17              –               –               –           –               –
      Other Asian                                                          3                   –                  –                    10              –               –               –           2               5
   Pacific Islander                                                        –                   –                  –                   138             33               5               –           –               –
      Hawaiian                                                             –                   –                  –                    44             33               –               –           –               –
      Samoan                                                               –                   –                  –                     –              –               –               –           –               –
      Guamanian                                                            –                   –                  –                    37              –               –               –           –               –
      Other Pacific Islander                                               –                   –                  –                    57              –               5               –           –               –
Other race                                                               177                  42                  2                 7 801             69           1 671              75          40              11

HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                 8 332               2 918                727                90 076          6 963          19 532             762       8 505           4 133
Hispanic origin (of any race)                                            310                  97                  4                11 955            122           2 578              75         162              68
   Mexican                                                               249                  59                  2                10 760            106           2 385              73          92              32
   Puerto Rican                                                            4                   –                  –                    77              –               6               –           –               –
   Cuban                                                                   –                   –                  –                    11              –               –               –          12               –
   Other Hispanic                                                         57                  38                  2                 1 107             16             187               2          58              36
     Dominican (Dominican Republic)                                        –                   –                  –                     –              –               –               –           –               –
     Central American                                                      –                   –                  –                    41              –              46               2           –               –
        Costa Rican                                                        –                   –                  –                     6              –               –               –           –               –
        Guatemalan                                                         –                   –                  –                    22              –              37               2           –               –
        Honduran                                                           –                   –                  –                     –              –               9               –           –               –
        Nicaraguan                                                         –                   –                  –                     8              –               –               –           –               –
        Panamanian                                                         –                   –                  –                     –              –               –               –           –               –
        Salvadoran                                                         –                   –                  –                     5              –               –               –           –               –
        Other Central American                                             –                   –                  –                     –              –               –               –           –               –
     South American                                                        7                  22                  –                    66              –               –               –           –               –
        Argentinean                                                        –                  14                  –                    30              –               –               –           –               –
        Chilean                                                            7                   –                  –                    31              –               –               –           –               –
        Colombian                                                          –                   –                  –                     5              –               –               –           –               –
        Ecuadorian                                                         –                   –                  –                     –              –               –               –           –               –
        Peruvian                                                           –                   8                  –                     –              –               –               –           –               –
        Venezuelan                                                         –                   –                  –                     –              –               –               –           –               –
        Other South American                                               –                   –                  –                     –              –               –               –           –               –
     All other Hispanic                                                   50                  16                  2                 1 000             16             141               –          58              36
Not of Hispanic origin                                                 8 022               2 821                723                78 121          6 841          16 954             687       8 343           4 065

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                 8 332               2 918                727                90 076          6 963          19 532             762       8 505           4 133
White                                                                  7 916               2 851                721                80 483          6 834          17 563             681       8 237           4 049
   Hispanic origin                                                       133                  53                  2                 4 013             54             893               –         114              49
   Not of Hispanic origin                                              7 783               2 798                719                76 470          6 780          16 670             681       8 123           4 000
Black                                                                     12                   –                  –                   141              –               4               –           1               6
   Hispanic origin                                                         –                   –                  –                    35              –               –               –           –               –
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                 12                   –                  –                   106              –               4               –           1               6
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                        196                  23                  2                   694             14             211               6         212              48
   Hispanic origin                                                         3                   2                  –                   111              –              28               –           6               –
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                193                  21                  2                   583             14             183               6         206              48
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                 31                   2                  2                   957             46              83               –          15              19
   Hispanic origin                                                         2                   –                  –                    67              –               5               –           2               8
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                 29                   2                  2                   890             46              78               –          13              11
Other race                                                               177                  42                  2                 7 801             69           1 671              75          40              11
   Hispanic origin                                                       172                  42                  2                 7 729             68           1 652              75          40              11
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                  5                   –                  –                    72              1              19               –           –               –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
            All persons                                                 100.0              100.0               100.0                100.0           100.0           100.0          100.0        100.0           100.0
White                                                                    95.0               97.7                99.2                 89.4            98.1            89.9           89.4         96.8            98.0
Black                                                                      .1                  –                   –                   .2               –               –              –            –              .1
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                         2.4                 .8                  .3                   .8              .2             1.1             .8          2.5             1.2
   American Indian                                                        2.3                 .8                  .3                   .8              .2             1.1             .8          2.5             1.2
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                  .4                 .1                  .3                  1.1              .7              .4              –           .2              .5
   Asian                                                                   .4                 .1                  .3                   .9              .2              .4              –           .2              .5
   Pacific Islander                                                         –                  –                   –                   .2              .5               –              –            –               –
Other race                                                                2.1                1.4                  .3                  8.7             1.0             8.6            9.8           .5              .3

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                  100.0              100.0               100.0                100.0           100.0           100.0          100.0        100.0           100.0
Hispanic origin (of any race)                                             3.7                3.3                  .6                 13.3             1.8            13.2            9.8          1.9             1.6
   Mexican                                                                3.0                2.0                  .3                 11.9             1.5            12.2            9.6          1.1              .8
   Puerto Rican                                                             –                  –                   –                   .1               –               –              –            –               –
   Cuban                                                                    –                  –                   –                    –               –               –              –           .1               –
   Other Hispanic                                                          .7                1.3                  .3                  1.2              .2             1.0             .3           .7              .9
Not of Hispanic origin                                                   96.3               96.7                99.4                 86.7            98.2            86.8           90.2         98.1            98.4

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
         All persons                                                    100.0              100.0               100.0                100.0           100.0           100.0          100.0        100.0           100.0
White                                                                    95.0               97.7                99.2                 89.4            98.1            89.9           89.4         96.8            98.0
  Not of Hispanic origin                                                 93.4               95.9                98.9                 84.9            97.4            85.3           89.4         95.5            96.8


10       IDAHO                                                                                                                                                  SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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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
                                                                Elmore County     Franklin County    Fremont County         Gem County      Gooding County   Idaho County   Jefferson County   Jerome County    Kootenai County

RACE
             All persons                                              21 205               9 232             10 937                11 844         11 633         13 783             16 543          15 138             69 795
White                                                                 18 918               9 084             10 343                11 359         10 938         13 411             15 594          14 342             68 371
Black                                                                    813                   –                  –                     –              –              –                  4               3                139
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                        168                  43                114                   185             50            318                206             115                830
   American Indian                                                       164                  41                114                   185             50            318                206             106                783
   Eskimo                                                                  4                   2                  –                     –              –              –                  –               9                 14
   Aleut                                                                   –                   –                  –                     –              –              –                  –               –                 33
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                445                  11                 11                    28             20             17                 55              21                288
   Asian                                                                 384                  11                  8                    28             19             15                 51              21                251
      Chinese                                                             35                   –                  –                     –              9              –                  –              11                 39
      Filipino                                                           136                   –                  2                     6              2              2                  –               –                 67
      Japanese                                                            38                   6                  4                    13              3              2                 18               4                 60
      Asian Indian                                                         –                   –                  –                     –              5              –                  –               –                 12
      Korean                                                              73                   –                  –                     9              –              9                  –               4                 29
      Vietnamese                                                          15                   –                  –                     –              –              –                  1               2                  –
      Cambodian                                                            –                   –                  –                     –              –              –                  –               –                  –
      Hmong                                                                –                   –                  –                     –              –              –                  –               –                  –
      Laotian                                                              –                   –                  –                     –              –              –                  –               –                  –
      Thai                                                                56                   –                  –                     –              –              –                  –               –                 18
      Other Asian                                                         31                   5                  2                     –              –              2                 32               –                 26
   Pacific Islander                                                       61                   –                  3                     –              1              2                  4               –                 37
      Hawaiian                                                            61                   –                  3                     –              1              2                  2               –                 20
      Samoan                                                               –                   –                  –                     –              –              –                  2               –                  3
      Guamanian                                                            –                   –                  –                     –              –              –                  –               –                  2
      Other Pacific Islander                                               –                   –                  –                     –              –              –                  –               –                 12
Other race                                                               861                  94                469                   272            625             37                684             657                167

HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                21 205               9 232             10 937                11 844         11 633         13 783             16 543          15 138             69 795
Hispanic origin (of any race)                                          1 506                 244                681                   657            940            144                966             944                989
   Mexican                                                             1 211                 225                657                   469            686             86                926             824                647
   Puerto Rican                                                           74                   –                  –                    12              2              –                  7               5                 36
   Cuban                                                                  28                   –                  –                     6              –              –                  –               –                  8
   Other Hispanic                                                        193                  19                 24                   170            252             58                 33             115                298
     Dominican (Dominican Republic)                                        4                   –                  –                     –              –              –                  –               –                  –
     Central American                                                     23                   4                  –                    32              –              8                  8               –                  3
        Costa Rican                                                        –                   4                  –                     –              –              –                  –               –                  –
        Guatemalan                                                        17                   –                  –                     9              –              –                  8               –                  2
        Honduran                                                           –                   –                  –                     –              –              –                  –               –                  –
        Nicaraguan                                                         –                   –                  –                     –              –              8                  –               –                  –
        Panamanian                                                         6                   –                  –                     –              –              –                  –               –                  1
        Salvadoran                                                         –                   –                  –                    23              –              –                  –               –                  –
        Other Central American                                             –                   –                  –                     –              –              –                  –               –                  –
     South American                                                        5                   –                  –                     –             39              –                  2              18                 27
        Argentinean                                                        5                   –                  –                     –              –              –                  –               –                  –
        Chilean                                                            –                   –                  –                     –              2              –                  –              11                  5
        Colombian                                                          –                   –                  –                     –              –              –                  2               –                  –
        Ecuadorian                                                         –                   –                  –                     –              –              –                  –               –                  –
        Peruvian                                                           –                   –                  –                     –             37              –                  –               7                 20
        Venezuelan                                                         –                   –                  –                     –              –              –                  –               –                  –
        Other South American                                               –                   –                  –                     –              –              –                  –               –                  2
     All other Hispanic                                                  161                  15                 24                   138            213             50                 23              97                268
Not of Hispanic origin                                                19 699               8 988             10 256                11 187         10 693         13 639             15 577          14 194             68 806

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                21 205               9 232             10 937                11 844         11 633         13 783             16 543          15 138             69 795
White                                                                 18 918               9 084             10 343                11 359         10 938         13 411             15 594          14 342             68 371
   Hispanic origin                                                       641                 143                210                   359            306            111                268             250                763
   Not of Hispanic origin                                             18 277               8 941             10 133                11 000         10 632         13 300             15 326          14 092             67 608
Black                                                                    813                   –                  –                     –              –              –                  4               3                139
   Hispanic origin                                                         3                   –                  –                     –              –              –                  4               –                 12
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                810                   –                  –                     –              –              –                  –               3                127
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                        168                  43                114                   185             50            318                206             115                830
   Hispanic origin                                                        23                   9                  2                    26              9              –                 26              37                 49
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                145                  34                112                   159             41            318                180              78                781
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                445                  11                 11                    28             20             17                 55              21                288
   Hispanic origin                                                         4                   –                  2                     –              –              –                  1               –                  5
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                441                  11                  9                    28             20             17                 54              21                283
Other race                                                               861                  94                469                   272            625             37                684             657                167
   Hispanic origin                                                       835                  92                467                   272            625             33                667             657                160
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                 26                   2                  2                     –              –              4                 17               –                  7

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
            All persons                                                 100.0              100.0               100.0                100.0           100.0          100.0              100.0           100.0              100.0
White                                                                    89.2               98.4                94.6                 95.9            94.0           97.3               94.3            94.7               98.0
Black                                                                     3.8                  –                   –                    –               –              –                  –               –                 .2
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                          .8                 .5                 1.0                  1.6              .4            2.3                1.2              .8                1.2
   American Indian                                                         .8                 .4                 1.0                  1.6              .4            2.3                1.2              .7                1.1
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                 2.1                 .1                  .1                   .2              .2             .1                 .3              .1                 .4
   Asian                                                                  1.8                 .1                  .1                   .2              .2             .1                 .3              .1                 .4
   Pacific Islander                                                        .3                  –                   –                    –               –              –                  –               –                 .1
Other race                                                                4.1                1.0                 4.3                  2.3             5.4             .3                4.1             4.3                 .2

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                  100.0              100.0               100.0                100.0           100.0          100.0              100.0           100.0              100.0
Hispanic origin (of any race)                                             7.1                2.6                 6.2                  5.5             8.1            1.0                5.8             6.2                1.4
   Mexican                                                                5.7                2.4                 6.0                  4.0             5.9             .6                5.6             5.4                 .9
   Puerto Rican                                                            .3                  –                   –                   .1               –              –                  –               –                 .1
   Cuban                                                                   .1                  –                   –                   .1               –              –                  –               –                  –
   Other Hispanic                                                          .9                 .2                  .2                  1.4             2.2             .4                 .2              .8                 .4
Not of Hispanic origin                                                   92.9               97.4                93.8                 94.5            91.9           99.0               94.2            93.8               98.6

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
         All persons                                                    100.0              100.0               100.0                100.0           100.0          100.0              100.0           100.0              100.0
White                                                                    89.2               98.4                94.6                 95.9            94.0           97.3               94.3            94.7               98.0
  Not of Hispanic origin                                                 86.2               96.8                92.6                 92.9            91.4           96.5               92.6            93.1               96.9


SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS                                                                                                                                                                            IDAHO 11
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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
                                                                   Latah County         Lemhi County          Lewis County         Lincoln County   Madison County   Minidoka County   Nez Perce County   Oneida County

RACE
             All persons                                                30 617                 6 899                3 516                 3 308           23 674            19 361             33 754           3 492
White                                                                   29 470                 6 773                3 312                 3 267           22 722            16 582             31 678           3 438
Black                                                                      192                     –                    6                     7               50                38                 61               6
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                          233                   100                  177                    11               99               192              1 653              18
   American Indian                                                         221                    89                  177                    11               94               192              1 604              18
   Eskimo                                                                   12                     –                    –                     –                5                 –                 49               –
   Aleut                                                                     –                    11                    –                     –                –                 –                  –               –
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                  580                     –                   21                     5              380               112                203               4
   Asian                                                                   557                     –                   21                     5              300               112                199               2
      Chinese                                                              227                     –                    2                     –               56                 –                 35               –
      Filipino                                                              34                     –                    8                     –               24                 5                 64               –
      Japanese                                                              73                     –                    2                     5              139                99                 91               2
      Asian Indian                                                          65                     –                    –                     –                –                 –                  2               –
      Korean                                                                86                     –                    9                     –               59                 8                  6               –
      Vietnamese                                                            15                     –                    –                     –                –                 –                  –               –
      Cambodian                                                              –                     –                    –                     –                3                 –                  –               –
      Hmong                                                                  –                     –                    –                     –                –                 –                  –               –
      Laotian                                                                –                     –                    –                     –                3                 –                  –               –
      Thai                                                                   –                     –                    –                     –                8                 –                  –               –
      Other Asian                                                           57                     –                    –                     –                8                 –                  1               –
   Pacific Islander                                                         23                     –                    –                     –               80                 –                  4               2
      Hawaiian                                                              23                     –                    –                     –               37                 –                  –               –
      Samoan                                                                 –                     –                    –                     –               13                 –                  –               2
      Guamanian                                                              –                     –                    –                     –                4                 –                  2               –
      Other Pacific Islander                                                 –                     –                    –                     –               26                 –                  2               –
Other race                                                                 142                    26                    –                    18              423             2 437                159              26

HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                  30 617                 6 899                3 516                 3 308           23 674            19 361             33 754           3 492
Hispanic origin (of any race)                                              404                   144                   54                   177              685             3 619                441              40
   Mexican                                                                 201                   116                   30                    60              536             3 362                246              35
   Puerto Rican                                                             12                    18                    9                     –                –                 –                 16               –
   Cuban                                                                     –                     –                    –                     –               17                 –                  –               –
   Other Hispanic                                                          191                    10                   15                   117              132               257                179               5
     Dominican (Dominican Republic)                                          –                     –                    –                     –                –                 2                  9               –
     Central American                                                       31                     –                    –                     –               22                88                 11               –
        Costa Rican                                                         11                     –                    –                     –                –                32                  –               –
        Guatemalan                                                           –                     –                    –                     –                –                 2                  –               –
        Honduran                                                            13                     –                    –                     –               13                21                  7               –
        Nicaraguan                                                           –                     –                    –                     –                –                 –                  –               –
        Panamanian                                                           –                     –                    –                     –                –                 –                  4               –
        Salvadoran                                                           7                     –                    –                     –                9                33                  –               –
        Other Central American                                               –                     –                    –                     –                –                 –                  –               –
     South American                                                         39                     –                    –                     2               21                 5                 75               –
        Argentinean                                                          8                     –                    –                     –               14                 –                  –               –
        Chilean                                                              2                     –                    –                     –                –                 4                 28               –
        Colombian                                                            8                     –                    –                     –                –                 –                 28               –
        Ecuadorian                                                           –                     –                    –                     –                –                 1                  –               –
        Peruvian                                                            12                     –                    –                     2                6                 –                  –               –
        Venezuelan                                                           –                     –                    –                     –                –                 –                 11               –
        Other South American                                                 9                     –                    –                     –                1                 –                  8               –
     All other Hispanic                                                    121                    10                   15                   115               89               162                 84               5
Not of Hispanic origin                                                  30 213                 6 755                3 462                 3 131           22 989            15 742             33 313           3 452

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                  30 617                 6 899                3 516                 3 308           23 674            19 361             33 754           3 492
White                                                                   29 470                 6 773                3 312                 3 267           22 722            16 582             31 678           3 438
   Hispanic origin                                                         238                    76                   45                   159              239             1 131                232              10
   Not of Hispanic origin                                               29 232                 6 697                3 267                 3 108           22 483            15 451             31 446           3 428
Black                                                                      192                     –                    6                     7               50                38                 61               6
   Hispanic origin                                                           7                     –                    –                     –                2                29                  –               –
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                  185                     –                    6                     7               48                 9                 61               6
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                          233                   100                  177                    11               99               192              1 653              18
   Hispanic origin                                                          22                    42                    –                     –                7                23                 63               4
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                  211                    58                  177                    11               92               169              1 590              14
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                  580                     –                   21                     5              380               112                203               4
   Hispanic origin                                                           –                     –                    9                     –               14                 –                  7               –
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                  580                     –                   12                     5              366               112                196               4
Other race                                                                 142                    26                    –                    18              423             2 437                159              26
   Hispanic origin                                                         137                    26                    –                    18              423             2 436                139              26
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                    5                     –                    –                     –                –                 1                 20               –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
            All persons                                                   100.0                100.0                 100.0                 100.0            100.0             100.0              100.0           100.0
White                                                                      96.3                 98.2                  94.2                  98.8             96.0              85.6               93.8            98.5
Black                                                                        .6                    –                    .2                    .2               .2                .2                 .2              .2
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                            .8                  1.4                   5.0                    .3               .4               1.0                4.9              .5
   American Indian                                                           .7                  1.3                   5.0                    .3               .4               1.0                4.8              .5
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                   1.9                    –                    .6                    .2              1.6                .6                 .6              .1
   Asian                                                                    1.8                    –                    .6                    .2              1.3                .6                 .6              .1
   Pacific Islander                                                          .1                    –                     –                     –               .3                 –                  –              .1
Other race                                                                   .5                   .4                     –                    .5              1.8              12.6                 .5              .7

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                    100.0                100.0                 100.0                 100.0            100.0             100.0              100.0           100.0
Hispanic origin (of any race)                                               1.3                  2.1                   1.5                   5.4              2.9              18.7                1.3             1.1
   Mexican                                                                   .7                  1.7                    .9                   1.8              2.3              17.4                 .7             1.0
   Puerto Rican                                                               –                   .3                    .3                     –                –                 –                  –               –
   Cuban                                                                      –                    –                     –                     –               .1                 –                  –               –
   Other Hispanic                                                            .6                   .1                    .4                   3.5               .6               1.3                 .5              .1
Not of Hispanic origin                                                     98.7                 97.9                  98.5                  94.6             97.1              81.3               98.7            98.9

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
         All persons                                                      100.0                100.0                 100.0                 100.0            100.0             100.0              100.0           100.0
White                                                                      96.3                 98.2                  94.2                  98.8             96.0              85.6               93.8            98.5
  Not of Hispanic origin                                                   95.5                 97.1                  92.9                  94.0             95.0              79.8               93.2            98.2


12       IDAHO                                                                                                                                                  SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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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
                                                                 Owyhee County         Payette County         Power County         Shoshone County   Teton County   Twin Falls County   Valley County   Washington County

RACE
             All persons                                                 8 392                16 434                7 086                 13 931          3 439              53 580           6 109                8 550
White                                                                    6 897                15 121                6 130                 13 573          3 366              51 205           6 008                7 672
Black                                                                       44                    14                    4                     23              6                  86              16                    –
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                          295                   258                  203                    221             19                 336              33                   21
   American Indian                                                         295                   258                  203                    217             19                 336              31                   21
   Eskimo                                                                    –                     –                    –                      4              –                   –               –                    –
   Aleut                                                                     –                     –                    –                      –              –                   –               2                    –
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                   81                   183                   70                     40              –                 522              19                  177
   Asian                                                                    81                   170                   70                     35              –                 522              17                  177
      Chinese                                                                –                     –                    –                     16              –                   –               –                   10
      Filipino                                                              13                     8                   36                      9              –                  25               –                    –
      Japanese                                                              66                   143                    –                      3              –                  95              14                  147
      Asian Indian                                                           –                     –                   34                      2              –                  71               –                    –
      Korean                                                                 –                     2                    –                      –              –                  13               3                    –
      Vietnamese                                                             2                     –                    –                      5              –                   –               –                    –
      Cambodian                                                              –                     –                    –                      –              –                  51               –                    –
      Hmong                                                                  –                     –                    –                      –              –                   –               –                    –
      Laotian                                                                –                    16                    –                      –              –                 171               –                    –
      Thai                                                                   –                     –                    –                      –              –                  36               –                    –
      Other Asian                                                            –                     1                    –                      –              –                  60               –                   20
   Pacific Islander                                                          –                    13                    –                      5              –                   –               2                    –
      Hawaiian                                                               –                    13                    –                      5              –                   –               2                    –
      Samoan                                                                 –                     –                    –                      –              –                   –               –                    –
      Guamanian                                                              –                     –                    –                      –              –                   –               –                    –
      Other Pacific Islander                                                 –                     –                    –                      –              –                   –               –                    –
Other race                                                               1 075                   858                  679                     74             48               1 431              33                  680

HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                   8 392                16 434                7 086                 13 931          3 439              53 580           6 109                8 550
Hispanic origin (of any race)                                            1 516                 1 223                  881                    335            262               3 094             130                  883
   Mexican                                                               1 322                 1 002                  731                    209            237               2 510              51                  789
   Puerto Rican                                                              8                    10                    2                     20              –                  22               –                    2
   Cuban                                                                     –                     –                    –                      4              –                   –               –                    –
   Other Hispanic                                                          186                   211                  148                    102             25                 562              79                   92
     Dominican (Dominican Republic)                                          –                     –                    –                      –              –                   –               –                    –
     Central American                                                        9                     –                    –                      4              –                  60               –                    8
        Costa Rican                                                          –                     –                    –                      –              –                   –               –                    8
        Guatemalan                                                           –                     –                    –                      –              –                   –               –                    –
        Honduran                                                             –                     –                    –                      –              –                   –               –                    –
        Nicaraguan                                                           –                     –                    –                      –              –                  60               –                    –
        Panamanian                                                           –                     –                    –                      –              –                   –               –                    –
        Salvadoran                                                           9                     –                    –                      –              –                   –               –                    –
        Other Central American                                               –                     –                    –                      4              –                   –               –                    –
     South American                                                          9                     –                   10                      –              2                  29               4                    –
        Argentinean                                                          –                     –                    –                      –              –                   –               –                    –
        Chilean                                                              9                     –                    –                      –              2                   7               –                    –
        Colombian                                                            –                     –                    –                      –              –                   –               4                    –
        Ecuadorian                                                           –                     –                    –                      –              –                   –               –                    –
        Peruvian                                                             –                     –                   10                      –              –                  22               –                    –
        Venezuelan                                                           –                     –                    –                      –              –                   –               –                    –
        Other South American                                                 –                     –                    –                      –              –                   –               –                    –
     All other Hispanic                                                    168                   211                  138                     98             23                 473              75                   84
Not of Hispanic origin                                                   6 876                15 211                6 205                 13 596          3 177              50 486           5 979                7 667

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                   8 392                16 434                7 086                 13 931          3 439              53 580           6 109                8 550
White                                                                    6 897                15 121                6 130                 13 573          3 366              51 205           6 008                7 672
   Hispanic origin                                                         381                   331                  198                    228            214               1 601              93                  211
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                6 516                14 790                5 932                 13 345          3 152              49 604           5 915                7 461
Black                                                                       44                    14                    4                     23              6                  86              16                    –
   Hispanic origin                                                           2                    10                    –                      3              –                  33               2                    –
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                   42                     4                    4                     20              6                  53              14                    –
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                          295                   258                  203                    221             19                 336              33                   21
   Hispanic origin                                                          49                    18                    –                     21              –                  19               2                    –
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                  246                   240                  203                    200             19                 317              31                   21
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                   81                   183                   70                     40              –                 522              19                  177
   Hispanic origin                                                           9                     6                    4                     10              –                  36               –                    –
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                   72                   177                   66                     30              –                 486              19                  177
Other race                                                               1 075                   858                  679                     74             48               1 431              33                  680
   Hispanic origin                                                       1 075                   858                  679                     73             48               1 405              33                  672
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                    –                     –                    –                      1              –                  26               –                    8

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
            All persons                                                   100.0                100.0                 100.0                  100.0          100.0               100.0           100.0               100.0
White                                                                      82.2                 92.0                  86.5                   97.4           97.9                95.6            98.3                89.7
Black                                                                        .5                   .1                    .1                     .2             .2                  .2              .3                   –
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                           3.5                  1.6                   2.9                    1.6             .6                  .6              .5                  .2
   American Indian                                                          3.5                  1.6                   2.9                    1.6             .6                  .6              .5                  .2
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                   1.0                  1.1                   1.0                     .3              –                 1.0              .3                 2.1
   Asian                                                                    1.0                  1.0                   1.0                     .3              –                 1.0              .3                 2.1
   Pacific Islander                                                           –                   .1                     –                      –              –                   –               –                   –
Other race                                                                 12.8                  5.2                   9.6                     .5            1.4                 2.7              .5                 8.0

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                    100.0                100.0                 100.0                  100.0          100.0               100.0           100.0               100.0
Hispanic origin (of any race)                                              18.1                  7.4                  12.4                    2.4            7.6                 5.8             2.1                10.3
   Mexican                                                                 15.8                  6.1                  10.3                    1.5            6.9                 4.7              .8                 9.2
   Puerto Rican                                                              .1                   .1                     –                     .1              –                   –               –                   –
   Cuban                                                                      –                    –                     –                      –              –                   –               –                   –
   Other Hispanic                                                           2.2                  1.3                   2.1                     .7             .7                 1.0             1.3                 1.1
Not of Hispanic origin                                                     81.9                 92.6                  87.6                   97.6           92.4                94.2            97.9                89.7

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
         All persons                                                      100.0                100.0                 100.0                  100.0          100.0               100.0           100.0               100.0
White                                                                      82.2                 92.0                  86.5                   97.4           97.9                95.6            98.3                89.7
  Not of Hispanic origin                                                   77.6                 90.0                  83.7                   95.8           91.7                92.6            96.8                87.3


SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS                                                                                                                                                                     IDAHO 13
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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
                                                              American Falls                                                                                                                   Coeur d’Alene
 More Persons]                                                          city     Ammon city      Blackfoot city   Boise City city   Buhl city   Burley city    Caldwell city   Chubbuck city             city   Eagle city

RACE
             All persons                                             3 764            5 002             9 646          125 738       3 516         8 716           18 400            7 879          24 566        3 327
White                                                                3 305            4 839             8 699          121 573       3 268         7 407           15 828            7 381          24 047        3 241
Black                                                                    4               37                 –              757           –             –               20               24              78            –
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                       26               22               309              931          52           152              104              208             255           10
   American Indian                                                      26               15               309              904          52           152              104              208             243           10
   Eskimo                                                                –                7                 –               16           –             –                –                –              12            –
   Aleut                                                                 –                –                 –               11           –             –                –                –               –            –
Asian or Pacific Islander                                               70               12               138            1 598          36            39              171               69             139           76
   Asian                                                                70               12               100            1 522          36            34              118               69             139           71
      Chinese                                                            –                –                 8              299           –             –               31               23              31            –
      Filipino                                                          36                5                 –              142           6             5               12                8              42           33
      Japanese                                                           –                –                48              328           –            23               67                –              47            –
      Asian Indian                                                      34                –                 –               82           –             –                –                –               –            –
      Korean                                                             –                –                 9              229           –             6                –               29               5            8
      Vietnamese                                                         –                –                35              187           –             –                8                –               –           30
      Cambodian                                                          –                –                 –                9           –             –                –                –               –            –
      Hmong                                                              –                –                 –                –           –             –                –                –               –            –
      Laotian                                                            –                –                 –              131           –             –                –                –               –            –
      Thai                                                               –                –                 –               33           –             –                –                –               –            –
      Other Asian                                                        –                7                 –               82          30             –                –                9              14            –
   Pacific Islander                                                      –                –                38               76           –             5               53                –               –            5
      Hawaiian                                                           –                –                38               64           –             –                5                –               –            5
      Samoan                                                             –                –                 –                –           –             –                –                –               –            –
      Guamanian                                                          –                –                 –                6           –             –               35                –               –            –
      Other Pacific Islander                                             –                –                 –                6           –             5               13                –               –            –
Other race                                                             359               92               500              879         160         1 118            2 277              197              47            –

HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                               3 764            5 002             9 646          125 738       3 516         8 716           18 400            7 879          24 566        3 327
Hispanic origin (of any race)                                          537              147               849            3 385         208         1 764            3 703              327             403           68
   Mexican                                                             415              139               592            1 996         130         1 617            3 383              285             270           14
   Puerto Rican                                                          –                –               143               73           –             –               38                –              15            –
   Cuban                                                                 –                –                 –               33           –             –                5                –               8            –
   Other Hispanic                                                      122                8               114            1 283          78           147              277               42             110           54
     Dominican (Dominican Republic)                                      –                –                 –                –           –             –                –                –               –            –
     Central American                                                    –                –                 –               42          60             9                3               13               –            –
        Costa Rican                                                      –                –                 –                –           –             –                –                –               –            –
        Guatemalan                                                       –                –                 –                7           –             –                3                –               –            –
        Honduran                                                         –                –                 –                8           –             9                –                –               –            –
        Nicaraguan                                                       –                –                 –                –          60             –                –                –               –            –
        Panamanian                                                       –                –                 –               17           –             –                –                –               –            –
        Salvadoran                                                       –                –                 –               10           –             –                –               13               –            –
        Other Central American                                           –                –                 –                –           –             –                –                –               –            –
     South American                                                      –                –                 –               94           –             –               31                –              17           12
        Argentinean                                                      –                –                 –               30           –             –                –                –               –            –
        Chilean                                                          –                –                 –                –           –             –               31                –               5            7
        Colombian                                                        –                –                 –               33           –             –                –                –               –            –
        Ecuadorian                                                       –                –                 –               13           –             –                –                –               –            –
        Peruvian                                                         –                –                 –               18           –             –                –                –              12            –
        Venezuelan                                                       –                –                 –                –           –             –                –                –               –            –
        Other South American                                             –                –                 –                –           –             –                –                –               –            5
     All other Hispanic                                                122                8               114            1 147          18           138              243               29              93           42
Not of Hispanic origin                                               3 227            4 855             8 797          122 353       3 308         6 952           14 697            7 552          24 163        3 259

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                               3 764            5 002             9 646          125 738       3 516         8 716           18 400            7 879          24 566        3 327
White                                                                3 305            4 839             8 699          121 573       3 268         7 407           15 828            7 381          24 047        3 241
   Hispanic origin                                                     174               55               295            2 298          12           645            1 408               99             357           42
   Not of Hispanic origin                                            3 131            4 784             8 404          119 275       3 256         6 762           14 420            7 282          23 690        3 199
Black                                                                    4               37                 –              757           –             –               20               24              78            –
   Hispanic origin                                                       –                –                 –               54           –             –                –                –               6            –
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                4               37                 –              703           –             –               20               24              72            –
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                       26               22               309              931          52           152              104              208             255           10
   Hispanic origin                                                       –                –                85               94           –            12                7               31               –            –
   Not of Hispanic origin                                               26               22               224              837          52           140               97              177             255           10
Asian or Pacific Islander                                               70               12               138            1 598          36            39              171               69             139           76
   Hispanic origin                                                       4                –                 –               72          36             5               23                –               –           26
   Not of Hispanic origin                                               66               12               138            1 526           –            34              148               69             139           50
Other race                                                             359               92               500              879         160         1 118            2 277              197              47            –
   Hispanic origin                                                     359               92               469              867         160         1 102            2 265              197              40            –
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                –                –                31               12           –            16               12                –               7            –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
            All persons                                               100.0            100.0            100.0             100.0       100.0         100.0            100.0            100.0           100.0        100.0
White                                                                  87.8             96.7             90.2              96.7        92.9          85.0             86.0             93.7            97.9         97.4
Black                                                                    .1               .7                –                .6           –             –               .1               .3              .3            –
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                        .7               .4              3.2                .7         1.5           1.7               .6              2.6             1.0           .3
   American Indian                                                       .7               .3              3.2                .7         1.5           1.7               .6              2.6             1.0           .3
Asian or Pacific Islander                                               1.9               .2              1.4               1.3         1.0            .4               .9               .9              .6          2.3
   Asian                                                                1.9               .2              1.0               1.2         1.0            .4               .6               .9              .6          2.1
   Pacific Islander                                                       –                –               .4                .1           –            .1               .3                –               –           .2
Other race                                                              9.5              1.8              5.2                .7         4.6          12.8             12.4              2.5              .2            –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                100.0            100.0            100.0             100.0       100.0         100.0            100.0            100.0           100.0        100.0
Hispanic origin (of any race)                                          14.3              2.9              8.8               2.7         5.9          20.2             20.1              4.2             1.6          2.0
   Mexican                                                             11.0              2.8              6.1               1.6         3.7          18.6             18.4              3.6             1.1           .4
   Puerto Rican                                                           –                –              1.5                .1           –             –               .2                –              .1            –
   Cuban                                                                  –                –                –                 –           –             –                –                –               –            –
   Other Hispanic                                                       3.2               .2              1.2               1.0         2.2           1.7              1.5               .5              .4          1.6
Not of Hispanic origin                                                 85.7             97.1             91.2              97.3        94.1          79.8             79.9             95.8            98.4         98.0

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
         All persons                                                  100.0            100.0            100.0             100.0       100.0         100.0            100.0            100.0           100.0        100.0
White                                                                  87.8             96.7             90.2              96.7        92.9          85.0             86.0             93.7            97.9         97.4
  Not of Hispanic origin                                               83.2             95.6             87.1              94.9        92.6          77.6             78.4             92.4            96.4         96.2


14       IDAHO                                                                                                                                                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]                                                    Emmett city       Fort Hall CDP    Garden City city       Gooding city   Grangeville city   Hailey city   Hayden city   Heyburn city     Idaho Falls city

RACE
             All persons                                               4 601               2 735              6 369                2 820           3 226         3 687          3 744          2 700              43 929
White                                                                  4 329                 907              6 006                2 788           3 200         3 522          3 633          2 298              41 898
Black                                                                      –                   –                 42                    –               –             –             26              –                 233
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                         35               1 791                 93                   10              20            13             55             44                 226
   American Indian                                                        35               1 791                 93                   10              20            13             55             44                 226
   Eskimo                                                                  –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                   –
   Aleut                                                                   –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                   –
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                  6                  26                 86                    9               –           115             11              –                 765
   Asian                                                                   6                  21                 86                    9               –           115             11              –                 633
      Chinese                                                              –                   –                  –                    9               –             –              –              –                 130
      Filipino                                                             6                   –                 36                    –               –            21             11              –                 147
      Japanese                                                             –                  21                  –                    –               –            48              –              –                 206
      Asian Indian                                                         –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                  17
      Korean                                                               –                   –                  –                    –               –            10              –              –                 110
      Vietnamese                                                           –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                   –
      Cambodian                                                            –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                   –
      Hmong                                                                –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                   –
      Laotian                                                              –                   –                 20                    –               –             –              –              –                   –
      Thai                                                                 –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                   –
      Other Asian                                                          –                   –                 30                    –               –            36              –              –                  23
   Pacific Islander                                                        –                   5                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                 132
      Hawaiian                                                             –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                  25
      Samoan                                                               –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                   –
      Guamanian                                                            –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                  85
      Other Pacific Islander                                               –                   5                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                  22
Other race                                                               231                  11                142                   13               6            37             19            358                 807

HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                 4 601               2 735              6 369                2 820           3 226         3 687          3 744          2 700              43 929
Hispanic origin (of any race)                                            433                 117                245                  121              36            61             55            669               1 798
   Mexican                                                               323                  98                157                   46              11            51             37            593               1 522
   Puerto Rican                                                           12                   –                 10                    –               –             –              –              –                  19
   Cuban                                                                   –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                  11
   Other Hispanic                                                         98                  19                 78                   75              25            10             18             76                 246
     Dominican (Dominican Republic)                                        –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                   –
     Central American                                                     23                   –                  –                    –               –             5              –             13                  82
        Costa Rican                                                        –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                   –
        Guatemalan                                                         –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                   –
        Honduran                                                           –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –             13                   –
        Nicaraguan                                                         –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                  49
        Panamanian                                                         –                   –                  –                    –               –             5              –              –                  33
        Salvadoran                                                        23                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                   –
        Other Central American                                             –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                   –
     South American                                                        –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                  17
        Argentinean                                                        –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                   –
        Chilean                                                            –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                   –
        Colombian                                                          –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                   –
        Ecuadorian                                                         –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                   –
        Peruvian                                                           –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                  13
        Venezuelan                                                         –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                   4
        Other South American                                               –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                   –
     All other Hispanic                                                   75                  19                 78                   75              25             5             18             63                 147
Not of Hispanic origin                                                 4 168               2 618              6 124                2 699           3 190         3 626          3 689          2 031              42 131

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                 4 601               2 735              6 369                2 820           3 226         3 687          3 744          2 700              43 929
White                                                                  4 329                 907              6 006                2 788           3 200         3 522          3 633          2 298              41 898
   Hispanic origin                                                       202                  35                 80                  108              30            24             31            311                 947
   Not of Hispanic origin                                              4 127                 872              5 926                2 680           3 170         3 498          3 602          1 987              40 951
Black                                                                      –                   –                 42                    –               –             –             26              –                 233
   Hispanic origin                                                         –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              5              –                  11
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                  –                   –                 42                    –               –             –             21              –                 222
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                         35               1 791                 93                   10              20            13             55             44                 226
   Hispanic origin                                                         –                  71                 23                    –               –             –              –              –                  17
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                 35               1 720                 70                   10              20            13             55             44                 209
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                  6                  26                 86                    9               –           115             11              –                 765
   Hispanic origin                                                         –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                  22
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                  6                  26                 86                    9               –           115             11              –                 743
Other race                                                               231                  11                142                   13               6            37             19            358                 807
   Hispanic origin                                                       231                  11                142                   13               6            37             19            358                 801
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                  –                   –                  –                    –               –             –              –              –                   6

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
            All persons                                                 100.0              100.0               100.0               100.0            100.0         100.0          100.0          100.0               100.0
White                                                                    94.1               33.2                94.3                98.9             99.2          95.5           97.0           85.1                95.4
Black                                                                       –                  –                  .7                   –                –             –             .7              –                  .5
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                          .8               65.5                 1.5                  .4               .6            .4            1.5            1.6                  .5
   American Indian                                                         .8               65.5                 1.5                  .4               .6            .4            1.5            1.6                  .5
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                  .1                1.0                 1.4                  .3                –           3.1             .3              –                 1.7
   Asian                                                                   .1                 .8                 1.4                  .3                –           3.1             .3              –                 1.4
   Pacific Islander                                                         –                 .2                   –                   –                –             –              –              –                  .3
Other race                                                                5.0                 .4                 2.2                  .5               .2           1.0             .5           13.3                 1.8

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                  100.0              100.0               100.0               100.0            100.0         100.0          100.0          100.0               100.0
Hispanic origin (of any race)                                             9.4                4.3                 3.8                 4.3              1.1           1.7            1.5           24.8                 4.1
   Mexican                                                                7.0                3.6                 2.5                 1.6               .3           1.4            1.0           22.0                 3.5
   Puerto Rican                                                            .3                  –                  .2                   –                –             –              –              –                   –
   Cuban                                                                    –                  –                   –                   –                –             –              –              –                   –
   Other Hispanic                                                         2.1                 .7                 1.2                 2.7               .8            .3             .5            2.8                  .6
Not of Hispanic origin                                                   90.6               95.7                96.2                95.7             98.9          98.3           98.5           75.2                95.9

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
         All persons                                                    100.0              100.0               100.0               100.0            100.0         100.0          100.0          100.0               100.0
White                                                                    94.1               33.2                94.3                98.9             99.2          95.5           97.0           85.1                95.4
  Not of Hispanic origin                                                 89.7               31.9                93.0                95.0             98.3          94.9           96.2           73.6                93.2


SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS                                                                                                                                                                      IDAHO 15
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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
                                                                                                                                                                                            Mountain Home     Mountain Home
 More Persons]                                                     Jerome city        Kellogg city      Ketchum city       Lewiston city    Meridian city   Montpelier city   Moscow city              city         AFB CDP

RACE
             All persons                                               6 529               2 591              2 523                28 082         9 596             2 486        18 519             7 913            5 936
White                                                                  6 150               2 462              2 482                27 340         9 363             2 427        17 547             7 311            5 052
Black                                                                      –                  14                  –                    53            55                 –           183               268              506
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                         81                  69                 12                   355            76                10           137                53               59
   American Indian                                                        72                  69                 12                   306            76                10           132                49               59
   Eskimo                                                                  9                   –                  –                    49             –                 –             5                 4                –
   Aleut                                                                   –                   –                  –                     –             –                 –             –                 –                –
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                  –                  20                 20                   186           102                 –           531               120              210
   Asian                                                                   –                  20                 20                   186            93                 –           511               120              205
      Chinese                                                              –                  13                  –                    35            11                 –           225                23                –
      Filipino                                                             –                   –                  –                    64             –                 –            28                23               89
      Japanese                                                             –                   –                 20                    81            42                 –            67                 7               27
      Asian Indian                                                         –                   2                  –                     –             –                 –            63                 –                –
      Korean                                                               –                   –                  –                     6             –                 –            56                26               39
      Vietnamese                                                           –                   5                  –                     –             –                 –            15                 –               11
      Cambodian                                                            –                   –                  –                     –             –                 –             –                 –                –
      Hmong                                                                –                   –                  –                     –             –                 –             –                 –                –
      Laotian                                                              –                   –                  –                     –             –                 –             –                 –                –
      Thai                                                                 –                   –                  –                     –             6                 –             –                32               20
      Other Asian                                                          –                   –                  –                     –            34                 –            57                 9               19
   Pacific Islander                                                        –                   –                  –                     –             9                 –            20                 –                5
      Hawaiian                                                             –                   –                  –                     –             9                 –            20                 –                5
      Samoan                                                               –                   –                  –                     –             –                 –             –                 –                –
      Guamanian                                                            –                   –                  –                     –             –                 –             –                 –                –
      Other Pacific Islander                                               –                   –                  –                     –             –                 –             –                 –                –
Other race                                                               298                  26                  9                   148             –                49           121               161              109

HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                 6 529               2 591              2 523                28 082         9 596             2 486        18 519             7 913            5 936
Hispanic origin (of any race)                                            482                  74                 64                   333           241               103           336               361              255
   Mexican                                                               424                  56                 30                   165           177               103           151               230              173
   Puerto Rican                                                            –                   2                  7                    16             –                 –            12                51               23
   Cuban                                                                   –                   –                  –                     –             –                 –             –                 –               21
   Other Hispanic                                                         58                  16                 27                   152            64                 –           173                80               38
     Dominican (Dominican Republic)                                        –                   –                  –                     –             –                 –             –                 4                –
     Central American                                                      –                   –                  –                     7             –                 –            31                17                6
        Costa Rican                                                        –                   –                  –                     –             –                 –            11                 –                –
        Guatemalan                                                         –                   –                  –                     –             –                 –             –                17                –
        Honduran                                                           –                   –                  –                     7             –                 –            13                 –                –
        Nicaraguan                                                         –                   –                  –                     –             –                 –             –                 –                –
        Panamanian                                                         –                   –                  –                     –             –                 –             –                 –                6
        Salvadoran                                                         –                   –                  –                     –             –                 –             7                 –                –
        Other Central American                                             –                   –                  –                     –             –                 –             –                 –                –
     South American                                                        –                   –                  9                    73            20                 –            37                 –                5
        Argentinean                                                        –                   –                  9                     –             –                 –             8                 –                5
        Chilean                                                            –                   –                  –                    26             –                 –             –                 –                –
        Colombian                                                          –                   –                  –                    28            20                 –             8                 –                –
        Ecuadorian                                                         –                   –                  –                     –             –                 –             –                 –                –
        Peruvian                                                           –                   –                  –                     –             –                 –            12                 –                –
        Venezuelan                                                         –                   –                  –                    11             –                 –             –                 –                –
        Other South American                                               –                   –                  –                     8             –                 –             9                 –                –
     All other Hispanic                                                   58                  16                 18                    72            44                 –           105                59               27
Not of Hispanic origin                                                 6 047               2 517              2 459                27 749         9 355             2 383        18 183             7 552            5 681

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                 6 529               2 591              2 523                28 082         9 596             2 486        18 519             7 913            5 936
White                                                                  6 150               2 462              2 482                27 340         9 363             2 427        17 547             7 311            5 052
   Hispanic origin                                                       147                  36                 55                   198           182                44           190               200              155
   Not of Hispanic origin                                              6 003               2 426              2 427                27 142         9 181             2 383        17 357             7 111            4 897
Black                                                                      –                  14                  –                    53            55                 –           183               268              506
   Hispanic origin                                                         –                   –                  –                     –             –                 –             7                 –                –
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                  –                  14                  –                    53            55                 –           176               268              506
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                         81                  69                 12                   355            76                10           137                53               59
   Hispanic origin                                                        37                   7                  –                     –            59                10            18                 7                –
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                 44                  62                 12                   355            17                 –           119                46               59
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                  –                  20                 20                   186           102                 –           531               120              210
   Hispanic origin                                                         –                   5                  –                     7             –                 –             –                 –                –
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                  –                  15                 20                   179           102                 –           531               120              210
Other race                                                               298                  26                  9                   148             –                49           121               161              109
   Hispanic origin                                                       298                  26                  9                   128             –                49           121               154              100
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                  –                   –                  –                    20             –                 –             –                 7                9

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
            All persons                                                 100.0              100.0               100.0                100.0         100.0             100.0          100.0             100.0           100.0
White                                                                    94.2               95.0                98.4                 97.4          97.6              97.6           94.8              92.4            85.1
Black                                                                       –                 .5                   –                   .2            .6                 –            1.0               3.4             8.5
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                         1.2                2.7                  .5                  1.3            .8                .4             .7                .7             1.0
   American Indian                                                        1.1                2.7                  .5                  1.1            .8                .4             .7                .6             1.0
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                   –                 .8                  .8                   .7           1.1                 –            2.9               1.5             3.5
   Asian                                                                    –                 .8                  .8                   .7           1.0                 –            2.8               1.5             3.5
   Pacific Islander                                                         –                  –                   –                    –            .1                 –             .1                 –              .1
Other race                                                                4.6                1.0                  .4                   .5             –               2.0             .7               2.0             1.8

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                  100.0              100.0               100.0                100.0         100.0             100.0          100.0             100.0           100.0
Hispanic origin (of any race)                                             7.4                2.9                 2.5                  1.2           2.5               4.1            1.8               4.6             4.3
   Mexican                                                                6.5                2.2                 1.2                   .6           1.8               4.1             .8               2.9             2.9
   Puerto Rican                                                             –                 .1                  .3                   .1             –                 –             .1                .6              .4
   Cuban                                                                    –                  –                   –                    –             –                 –              –                 –              .4
   Other Hispanic                                                          .9                 .6                 1.1                   .5            .7                 –             .9               1.0              .6
Not of Hispanic origin                                                   92.6               97.1                97.5                 98.8          97.5              95.9           98.2              95.4            95.7

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
         All persons                                                    100.0              100.0               100.0                100.0         100.0             100.0          100.0             100.0           100.0
White                                                                    94.2               95.0                98.4                 97.4          97.6              97.6           94.8              92.4            85.1
  Not of Hispanic origin                                                 91.9               93.6                96.2                 96.7          95.7              95.9           93.7              89.9            82.5


16       IDAHO                                                                                                                                                   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]                                                       Nampa city           Orofino city         Payette city        Pocatello city   Post Falls city   Preston city   Rexburg city       Rigby city

RACE
             All persons                                                28 365                 2 868                5 592               46 058             7 349           3 708         14 302            2 681
White                                                                   25 335                 2 776                5 108               43 336             7 208           3 655         13 719            2 524
Black                                                                      110                     –                   10                  332                16               –             48                –
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                          235                    75                   81                  595                85               9             90               31
   American Indian                                                         235                    75                   81                  595                85               9             85               31
   Eskimo                                                                    –                     –                    –                    –                 –               –              5                –
   Aleut                                                                     –                     –                    –                    –                 –               –              –                –
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                  385                     7                   39                  701                35              11            250                5
   Asian                                                                   318                     7                   34                  636                35              11            175                5
      Chinese                                                               53                     2                    –                  121                 –               –             29                –
      Filipino                                                              23                     3                    –                   32                 –               –             20                –
      Japanese                                                              98                     –                   18                  278                 6               6             46                5
      Asian Indian                                                           –                     –                    –                   58                12               –              –                –
      Korean                                                                33                     2                    –                   44                17               –             58                –
      Vietnamese                                                            84                     –                    –                   54                 –               –              –                –
      Cambodian                                                              –                     –                    –                    –                 –               –              3                –
      Hmong                                                                  –                     –                    –                    –                 –               –              –                –
      Laotian                                                                –                     –                   16                   28                 –               –              3                –
      Thai                                                                  17                     –                    –                    –                 –               –              8                –
      Other Asian                                                           10                     –                    –                   21                 –               5              8                –
   Pacific Islander                                                         67                     –                    5                   65                 –               –             75                –
      Hawaiian                                                              23                     –                    5                   23                 –               –             32                –
      Samoan                                                                 –                     –                    –                   36                 –               –             13                –
      Guamanian                                                              –                     –                    –                    6                 –               –              4                –
      Other Pacific Islander                                                44                     –                    –                    –                 –               –             26                –
Other race                                                               2 300                    10                  354                1 094                 5              33            195              121

HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                  28 365                 2 868                5 592               46 058             7 349           3 708         14 302            2 681
Hispanic origin (of any race)                                            3 663                    63                  542                2 080                39             136            373              173
   Mexican                                                               3 124                    35                  469                1 674                23             123            239              173
   Puerto Rican                                                             39                     –                   10                   32                 5               –              –                –
   Cuban                                                                     6                     –                    –                    7                 –               –             17                –
   Other Hispanic                                                          494                    28                   63                  367                11              13            117                –
     Dominican (Dominican Republic)                                          –                     –                    –                    –                 –               –              –                –
     Central American                                                       10                     –                    –                    6                 –               –             22                –
        Costa Rican                                                          6                     –                    –                    –                 –               –              –                –
        Guatemalan                                                           4                     –                    –                    –                 –               –              –                –
        Honduran                                                             –                     –                    –                    –                 –               –             13                –
        Nicaraguan                                                           –                     –                    –                    6                 –               –              –                –
        Panamanian                                                           –                     –                    –                    –                 –               –              –                –
        Salvadoran                                                           –                     –                    –                    –                 –               –              9                –
        Other Central American                                               –                     –                    –                    –                 –               –              –                –
     South American                                                         35                     –                    –                   58                 –               –             20                –
        Argentinean                                                         30                     –                    –                    –                 –               –             14                –
        Chilean                                                              –                     –                    –                    –                 –               –              –                –
        Colombian                                                            5                     –                    –                   27                 –               –              –                –
        Ecuadorian                                                           –                     –                    –                    –                 –               –              –                –
        Peruvian                                                             –                     –                    –                   20                 –               –              6                –
        Venezuelan                                                           –                     –                    –                    –                 –               –              –                –
        Other South American                                                 –                     –                    –                   11                 –               –              –                –
     All other Hispanic                                                    449                    28                   63                  303                11              13             75                –
Not of Hispanic origin                                                  24 702                 2 805                5 050               43 978             7 310           3 572         13 929            2 508

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                  28 365                 2 868                5 592               46 058             7 349           3 708         14 302            2 681
White                                                                   25 335                 2 776                5 108               43 336             7 208           3 655         13 719            2 524
   Hispanic origin                                                       1 254                    47                  170                  915                34             103            162               42
   Not of Hispanic origin                                               24 081                 2 729                4 938               42 421             7 174           3 552         13 557            2 482
Black                                                                      110                     –                   10                  332                16               –             48                –
   Hispanic origin                                                          35                     –                   10                    7                 –               –              2                –
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                   75                     –                    –                  325                16               –             46                –
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                          235                    75                   81                  595                85               9             90               31
   Hispanic origin                                                          57                     6                    8                   84                 –               –              –               10
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                  178                    69                   73                  511                85               9             90               21
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                  385                     7                   39                  701                35              11            250                5
   Hispanic origin                                                          42                     –                    –                    –                 –               –             14                –
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                  343                     7                   39                  701                35              11            236                5
Other race                                                               2 300                    10                  354                1 094                 5              33            195              121
   Hispanic origin                                                       2 275                    10                  354                1 074                 5              33            195              121
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                   25                     –                    –                   20                 –               –              –                –

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
            All persons                                                   100.0                100.0                 100.0                100.0             100.0          100.0           100.0           100.0
White                                                                      89.3                 96.8                  91.3                 94.1              98.1           98.6            95.9            94.1
Black                                                                        .4                    –                    .2                   .7                .2              –              .3               –
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                            .8                  2.6                   1.4                  1.3               1.2             .2              .6             1.2
   American Indian                                                           .8                  2.6                   1.4                  1.3               1.2             .2              .6             1.2
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                   1.4                   .2                    .7                  1.5                .5             .3             1.7              .2
   Asian                                                                    1.1                   .2                    .6                  1.4                .5             .3             1.2              .2
   Pacific Islander                                                          .2                    –                    .1                   .1                 –              –              .5               –
Other race                                                                  8.1                   .3                   6.3                  2.4                .1             .9             1.4             4.5

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                    100.0                100.0                 100.0                100.0             100.0          100.0           100.0           100.0
Hispanic origin (of any race)                                              12.9                  2.2                   9.7                  4.5                .5            3.7             2.6             6.5
   Mexican                                                                 11.0                  1.2                   8.4                  3.6                .3            3.3             1.7             6.5
   Puerto Rican                                                              .1                    –                    .2                   .1                .1              –               –               –
   Cuban                                                                      –                    –                     –                    –                 –              –              .1               –
   Other Hispanic                                                           1.7                  1.0                   1.1                   .8                .1             .4              .8               –
Not of Hispanic origin                                                     87.1                 97.8                  90.3                 95.5              99.5           96.3            97.4            93.5

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
         All persons                                                      100.0                100.0                 100.0                100.0             100.0          100.0           100.0           100.0
White                                                                      89.3                 96.8                  91.3                 94.1              98.1           98.6            95.9            94.1
  Not of Hispanic origin                                                   84.9                 95.2                  88.3                 92.1              97.6           95.8            94.8            92.6


SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS                                                                                                                                                                 IDAHO 17
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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]                                                       Rupert city      St. Anthony city          Salmon city        Sandpoint city   Shelley city   Soda Springs city   Twin Falls city   Weiser city

RACE
             All persons                                                 5 455                 3 014                2 941                 5 230         3 536                3 111           27 591          4 571
White                                                                    4 269                 2 857                2 924                 5 092         3 225                3 050           26 140          3 883
Black                                                                       28                     –                    –                     2            17                    –               73              –
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                           63                    78                   17                    82            28                    8              208              –
   American Indian                                                          63                    78                    6                    72            28                    8              208              –
   Eskimo                                                                    –                     –                    –                    10             –                    –                –              –
   Aleut                                                                     –                     –                   11                     –             –                    –                –              –
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                   46                     –                    –                    15             6                   40              404             89
   Asian                                                                    46                     –                    –                    15             6                    7              404             89
      Chinese                                                                –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –                –             10
      Filipino                                                               5                     –                    –                    13             –                    –               17              –
      Japanese                                                              41                     –                    –                     –             6                    –               78             59
      Asian Indian                                                           –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –               64              –
      Korean                                                                 –                     –                    –                     –             –                    7                4              –
      Vietnamese                                                             –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –                –              –
      Cambodian                                                              –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –               51              –
      Hmong                                                                  –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –                –              –
      Laotian                                                                –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –              124              –
      Thai                                                                   –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –               36              –
      Other Asian                                                            –                     –                    –                     2             –                    –               30             20
   Pacific Islander                                                          –                     –                    –                     –             –                   33                –              –
      Hawaiian                                                               –                     –                    –                     –             –                   33                –              –
      Samoan                                                                 –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –                –              –
      Guamanian                                                              –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –                –              –
      Other Pacific Islander                                                 –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –                –              –
Other race                                                               1 049                    79                    –                    39           260                   13              766            599

HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                   5 455                 3 014                2 941                 5 230         3 536                3 111           27 591          4 571
Hispanic origin (of any race)                                            1 424                   140                   48                   152           344                   55            1 889            763
   Mexican                                                               1 330                   125                   38                    85           322                   50            1 508            687
   Puerto Rican                                                              –                     –                   10                     –             –                    –               22              –
   Cuban                                                                     –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –                –              –
   Other Hispanic                                                           94                    15                    –                    67            22                    5              359             76
     Dominican (Dominican Republic)                                          –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –                –              –
     Central American                                                       32                     –                    –                     –             –                    –                –              8
        Costa Rican                                                         32                     –                    –                     –             –                    –                –              8
        Guatemalan                                                           –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –                –              –
        Honduran                                                             –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –                –              –
        Nicaraguan                                                           –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –                –              –
        Panamanian                                                           –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –                –              –
        Salvadoran                                                           –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –                –              –
        Other Central American                                               –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –                –              –
     South American                                                          –                     –                    –                     3             –                    –               29              –
        Argentinean                                                          –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –                –              –
        Chilean                                                              –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –                7              –
        Colombian                                                            –                     –                    –                     3             –                    –                –              –
        Ecuadorian                                                           –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –                –              –
        Peruvian                                                             –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –               22              –
        Venezuelan                                                           –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –                –              –
        Other South American                                                 –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –                –              –
     All other Hispanic                                                     62                    15                    –                    64            22                    5              330             68
Not of Hispanic origin                                                   4 031                 2 874                2 893                 5 078         3 192                3 056           25 702          3 808

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                   5 455                 3 014                2 941                 5 230         3 536                3 111           27   591        4 571
White                                                                    4 269                 2 857                2 924                 5 092         3 225                3 050           26   140        3 883
   Hispanic origin                                                         339                    61                   48                    88            79                   42            1   083          172
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                3 930                 2 796                2 876                 5 004         3 146                3 008           25   057        3 711
Black                                                                       28                     –                    –                     2            17                    –                 73            –
   Hispanic origin                                                          28                     –                    –                     –             –                    –                 33            –
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                    –                     –                    –                     2            17                    –                 40            –
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                           63                    78                   17                    82            28                    8                208            –
   Hispanic origin                                                           8                     –                    –                    25             9                    –                 19            –
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                   55                    78                   17                    57            19                    8                189            –
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                   46                     –                    –                    15             6                   40                404           89
   Hispanic origin                                                           –                     –                    –                     –             –                    –                  –            –
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                   46                     –                    –                    15             6                   40                404           89
Other race                                                               1 049                    79                    –                    39           260                   13                766          599
   Hispanic origin                                                       1 049                    79                    –                    39           256                   13                754          591
   Not of Hispanic origin                                                    –                     –                    –                     –             4                    –                 12            8

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY RACE
            All persons                                                   100.0                 100.0                100.0                100.0          100.0                100.0            100.0         100.0
White                                                                      78.3                  94.8                 99.4                 97.4           91.2                 98.0             94.7          84.9
Black                                                                        .5                     –                    –                    –             .5                    –               .3             –
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut                                           1.2                   2.6                   .6                  1.6             .8                   .3               .8             –
   American Indian                                                          1.2                   2.6                   .2                  1.4             .8                   .3               .8             –
Asian or Pacific Islander                                                    .8                     –                    –                   .3             .2                  1.3              1.5           1.9
   Asian                                                                     .8                     –                    –                   .3             .2                   .2              1.5           1.9
   Pacific Islander                                                           –                     –                    –                    –              –                  1.1                –             –
Other race                                                                 19.2                   2.6                    –                   .7            7.4                   .4              2.8          13.1

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY HISPANIC ORIGIN
           All persons                                                    100.0                 100.0                100.0                100.0          100.0                100.0            100.0         100.0
Hispanic origin (of any race)                                              26.1                   4.6                  1.6                  2.9            9.7                  1.8              6.8          16.7
   Mexican                                                                 24.4                   4.1                  1.3                  1.6            9.1                  1.6              5.5          15.0
   Puerto Rican                                                               –                     –                   .3                    –              –                    –               .1             –
   Cuban                                                                      –                     –                    –                    –              –                    –                –             –
   Other Hispanic                                                           1.7                    .5                    –                  1.3             .6                   .2              1.3           1.7
Not of Hispanic origin                                                     73.9                  95.4                 98.4                 97.1           90.3                 98.2             93.2          83.3

PERCENT WHITE, NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN
         All persons                                                      100.0                 100.0                100.0                100.0          100.0                100.0            100.0         100.0
White                                                                      78.3                  94.8                 99.4                 97.4           91.2                 98.0             94.7          84.9
  Not of Hispanic origin                                                   72.0                  92.8                 97.8                 95.7           89.0                 96.7             90.8          81.2


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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
[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]

                                                                                          Persons 5 years and        Persons 25 years                                                Median income in 1989                     Income in 1989
State                                                 All persons                                 over                   and over                                                           (dollars)                        below poverty level
Urban and Rural and Size
  of Place
Inside and Outside
  Metropolitan Area                                                                                                                                                      Employed
                                                                                                                                                                      persons 16
County                                                                                                   Percent                                                        years and                                              Percent
                                                                                 Native                     who                                Persons                 over Per-                                               of per-
Place and [In Selected                                                             per-                 speak a                   Percent     16 years     Civilian        cent in                                           sons for
  States] County                                                                sons
                                                                                Percent
                                                                                            Percent
                                                                                           living in
                                                                                                       language
                                                                                                           other
                                                                                                                      Percent
                                                                                                                         high
                                                                                                                                     with
                                                                                                                                   bache-       over
                                                                                                                                                    and       labor
                                                                                                                                                          force
                                                                                                                                                                       managerial
                                                                                                                                                                      and profes-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Per
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   capita
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                whom
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              poverty
  Subdivision [2,500 or                                             Percent     born in   different         than       school        lor’s   Percent in    Percent     sional spe-                             income in     status is    Percent
                                                                    foreign    State of   house in        English   graduate      degree          labor     unem-     cialty occu-                                  1989        deter-   of fami-
  More Persons]                                          Total         born   residence       1985      at home     or higher   or higher         force     ployed         pations   Households     Families     (dollars)      mined         lies

          The State                                950 802             1.5        52.2        48.7           3.7        80.9        18.0          65.3         5.9           24.2      25 567       29 988      11 723           12.2         8.9
URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF
 PLACE
Urban                                              545   331           1.6        50.5        54.4          3.8         82.5        20.7         66.6         5.5           27.0       25   555     30   939    12   115        12.6         8.9
  Inside urbanized area                            266   960           1.3        52.9        54.2          3.4         86.8        25.1         70.8         4.4           30.7       29   559     35   154    13   702         9.8         7.2
      Central place                                206   807           1.3        52.3        55.5          3.6         87.0        26.5         70.0         4.4           31.8       28   578     34   726    14   156        10.4         7.4
      Urban fringe                                  60   153           1.3        55.1        49.5          2.8         86.1        19.8         73.8         4.2           26.7       33   363     36   269    12   139         7.7         6.4
  Outside urbanized area                           278   371           1.8        48.1        54.6          4.2         78.2        16.4         62.6         6.7           22.9       22   178     27   165    10   592        15.4        10.5
      Place of 10,000 or more                      149   956           2.0        46.3        58.0          4.4         79.0        17.9         61.4         5.9           24.1       21   944     27   848    10   758        17.0        10.2
      Place of 2,500 to 9,999                      128   415           1.6        50.2        50.6          4.0         77.4        14.8         64.3         7.6           21.5       22   412     26   551    10   398        13.5        10.9
Rural                                              405   471           1.4        54.5        41.1          3.5         78.9        14.5         63.5         6.4           20.2       25   581     28   683    11   197        11.7         8.9
  Place of 1,000 to 2,499                           44   538           1.3        48.5        47.7          3.4         73.9        11.2         60.2         7.4           19.0       20   509     25   108     9   780        14.7        11.0
  Place of less than 1,000                          44   983           1.4        57.6        40.3          3.2         74.8        11.1         60.0         8.9           18.9       21   224     25   088     9   686        14.6        10.8
  Other rural                                      315   950           1.5        54.9        40.3          3.6         80.2        15.5         64.5         6.0           20.5       27   069     29   905    11   612        10.9         8.3
  Rural farm                                        43   364            .9        65.1        23.3          3.4         82.0        16.0         65.5         2.7           16.0       29   963     31   510    13   685         8.7         6.8
INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN
  AREA
Inside metropolitan area                           199   254           1.4        48.7        55.5          3.4         87.4        25.1         71.3         3.9           29.9       30   382     36   074    14   419         8.6         6.0
   In central city                                 121   573           1.5        47.3        58.2          3.6         88.8        28.0         71.4         3.8           31.5       29   313     35   975    15   377         9.2         6.1
   Not in central city                              77   681           1.3        50.9        51.2          3.1         85.2        20.2         71.3         4.1           27.2       32   559     36   206    12   919         7.6         5.9
      Urban                                         53   459           1.4        50.4        53.5          2.8         86.5        21.4         73.9         3.8           27.9       33   078     36   787    13   072         7.7         5.8
         Inside urbanized area                      40   855           1.4        50.0        52.1          2.9         86.9        21.7         74.5         4.1           28.6       35   327     38   611    13   313         7.1         5.2
         Outside urbanized area                     12   604           1.4        51.5        58.2          2.3         85.3        20.4         72.0         3.0           25.3       27   458     31   803    12   289         9.5         7.5
      Rural                                         24   222           1.1        52.2        46.2          3.7         82.5        17.7         65.7         4.8           25.7       31   550     34   489    12   582         7.6         6.1
Outside metropolitan area                          751   548           1.5        53.1        46.9          3.8         79.1        16.1         63.7         6.5           22.4       24   353     28   439    11   009        13.2         9.6
      Urban                                        370   299           1.6        51.5        53.2          4.1         79.6        18.0         63.9         6.4           25.0       23   341     28   555    10   905        14.5        10.3
         Inside urbanized area                     104   532           1.1        60.6        50.1          3.4         84.2        22.8         68.6         5.1           30.4       27   703     32   693    11   905        11.6         9.2
         Outside urbanized area                    265   767           1.8        47.9        54.4          4.3         77.9        16.2         62.2         6.9           22.8       21   947     26   958    10   512        15.7        10.7
            Place of 10,000 or more                149   956           2.0        46.3        58.0          4.4         79.0        17.9         61.4         5.9           24.1       21   944     27   848    10   758        17.0        10.2
            Place of 2,500 to 9,999                115   811           1.7        50.1        49.8          4.2         76.6        14.2         63.4         8.2           21.0       21   951     26   053    10   193        14.0        11.3
      Rural                                        381   249           1.4        54.7        40.8          3.5         78.7        14.3         63.4         6.5           19.8       25   299     28   338    11   109        12.0         9.1
COUNTY
Ada County                                         199   254           1.4        48.7        55.5          3.4         87.4        25.1         71.3         3.9           29.9       30   382     36   074    14   419         8.6         6.0
Adams County                                         3   188            .5        58.3        42.9          2.4         75.4        10.8         61.2        13.4           19.0       22   500     25   848    13   891        10.8         7.6
Bannock County                                      61   916            .9        63.6        48.0          3.2         83.7        20.4         66.8         5.6           26.4       26   583     32   103    11   250        12.4         9.3
Bear Lake County                                     5   990            .7        66.8        26.3          2.4         80.5        11.6         58.3        11.0           19.8       21   792     27   305     9   064        13.8        13.5
Benewah County                                       7   276            .8        41.3        48.0          2.0         74.3         9.0         60.1        12.2           16.1       21   871     25   610    10   341        14.5        10.8
Bingham County                                      32   398           1.2        72.0        38.0          4.1         80.7        14.5         65.7         5.1           20.9       26   340     29   200    10   154        11.4         9.2
Blaine County                                       13   233           2.6        39.1        61.2          5.5         91.9        33.4         78.8         3.5           28.9       31   309     38   239    20   239         7.1         4.2
Boise County                                         3   470           1.8        50.2        51.4          3.5         80.0        14.4         61.0         9.6           24.6       26   190     30   564    11   787        13.2         9.7
Bonner County                                       26   095           1.8        32.2        45.3          2.5         78.3        15.3         57.9         9.2           21.2       21   519     24   353    10   623        15.5        12.1
Bonneville County                                   69   073           1.3        61.2        46.0          3.5         84.9        23.5         69.8         4.6           32.3       30   638     34   656    12   230         9.5         8.2
Boundary County                                      7   916           1.7        38.6        47.1          2.0         75.5        13.2         58.0        10.9           17.2       21   724     25   331     9   268        12.4         9.9
Butte County                                         2   851            .8        67.3        37.9          2.2         80.9        13.5         61.1         2.7           16.5       26   417     30   471    10   336        13.2        10.5
Canyon County                                       80   483           1.9        50.6        49.0          5.6         73.7        12.6         63.3         5.3           19.3       23   296     26   916    10   329        13.0         9.3
Caribou County                                       6   834           1.2        62.4        32.1          2.3         84.8        11.7         61.6         7.1           19.8       30   011     33   635    10   666         6.7         5.6
Cassia County                                       17   563           1.8        65.0        38.3          5.8         76.4        15.0         63.8         6.9           19.7       24   346     28   487    10   281        11.6         9.6
Clearwater County                                    8   237            .8        50.0        43.0          2.4         73.8        11.7         56.6        17.6           21.1       24   011     26   993    11   396        11.7         8.4
Custer County                                        4   049            .9        55.2        48.5          5.7         82.0        15.5         64.8         4.9           22.7       24   393     29   913    11   701        14.7        11.7
Elmore County                                       18   918           2.7        30.6        64.4          5.4         85.0        16.5         70.9         6.2           23.6       23   903     25   666    10   321        11.5         8.4
Franklin County                                      9   084            .5        49.5        27.6          3.4         82.6        14.4         61.6         7.8           16.1       25   474     28   827     8   594        10.4         7.0
Fremont County                                      10   343           1.8        73.6        35.9          3.1         78.5        11.6         63.4         6.5           19.1       24   241     27   721     8   945        13.1        10.1
Gem County                                          11   359           2.1        57.4        43.2          4.7         70.6         8.7         57.4         7.1           15.8       21   584     25   098    10   645        16.4        13.5
Gooding County                                      10   938           1.8        57.5        37.9          4.9         74.6        13.6         60.9         4.0           17.3       19   899     23   318     9   879        16.4        11.7
Idaho County                                        13   411            .9        56.3        41.6          1.9         75.4        12.7         57.7        11.5           20.9       22   196     25   385    10   658        13.6        10.0
Jefferson County                                    15   594           1.0        76.9        36.0          3.5         79.8        12.2         64.5         3.4           21.2       24   808     27   949     9   289        13.2        10.5
Jerome County                                       14   342           1.1        60.1        44.1          4.6         74.3        11.5         65.6         5.0           16.6       21   549     24   933     9   948        15.5        12.0
Kootenai County                                     68   371           1.7        33.1        53.0          2.8         81.2        16.1         63.5         8.1           23.2       25   742     30   129    12   411        11.8         8.3
Latah County                                        29   470           2.2        44.6        60.4          3.5         86.3        34.8         62.4         6.5           31.6       23   091     30   831    11   075        17.7        10.3
Lemhi County                                         6   773           1.1        49.4        44.5          1.9         74.3        11.9         57.1         7.8           18.7       19   697     23   015    10   666        20.4        17.5
Lewis County                                         3   312            .5        61.1        37.2          2.0         79.0        13.4         54.5         7.1           20.8       21   098     25   143     9   936        15.5        12.1
Lincoln County                                       3   267            .9        62.4        41.5          4.2         79.9        11.9         68.9         4.8           15.3       21   824     25   230     9   342        13.6         9.4
Madison County                                      22   722           2.1        58.2        56.0          3.1         89.0        19.6         54.8         6.8           22.6       23   222     27   061     7   449        27.6        12.2
Minidoka County                                     16   582           2.1        65.7        38.0          7.3         74.0         9.7         66.0         6.8           15.3       24   595     27   132    10   660         9.5         7.7
Nez Perce County                                    31   678           1.0        51.2        46.8          2.0         80.0        15.7         62.9         6.5           22.0       25   528     31   199    12   840        10.9         7.8
Oneida County                                        3   438            .3        53.4        41.1          2.0         79.1        13.0         61.2         5.9           17.4       22   880     28   378     8   847        14.1         9.3
Owyhee County                                        6   897           2.2        54.5        42.8          5.6         66.8         9.7         62.0         5.6           15.9       19   061     21   841    10   763        20.5        13.9
Payette County                                      15   121           1.0        31.6        46.6          2.4         69.0        10.3         61.1         6.9           16.9       20   393     24   015     9   558        16.7        12.4
Power County                                         6   130           2.2        71.3        41.9          4.3         77.4        12.0         66.8         7.4           13.6       25   866     28   352    10   680        10.5         8.5
Shoshone County                                     13   573           1.5        48.3        43.8          2.5         70.3         9.0         55.8        11.5           18.5       21   147     25   911    10   487        15.8        11.8
Teton County                                         3   366           5.0        57.7        42.1          9.7         81.2        17.7         69.1         3.6           16.9       22   782     25   187     9   028        17.7        12.9
Twin Falls County                                   51   205           1.7        57.6        48.1          4.7         76.5        13.5         64.7         4.0           19.0       23   680     28   392    11   312        13.0         9.3
Valley County                                        6   008           1.5        45.5        55.2          2.7         84.0        19.3         62.4        10.9           26.3       24   197     27   946    12   447        12.8        10.8
Washington County                                    7   672           1.1        46.2        44.3          3.6         74.3        10.8         53.9         7.7           22.4       17   742     21   322     8   998        19.4        15.2

PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
American Falls city                                  3   305           3.3        68.7        47.6          6.3         75.2        12.5         66.2         9.7           14.7       25   174     28   658    10   770        11.4         8.9
Ammon city                                           4   839            .8        61.6        44.6          2.3         83.0        19.1         66.9         5.9           25.0       32   282     33   351     9   594        10.0        12.0
Blackfoot city                                       8   699            .9        64.3        46.3          2.7         81.1        14.6         63.8         6.9           21.4       24   055     26   486     9   447        12.4        10.5
Boise City city                                    121   573           1.5        47.3        58.2          3.6         88.8        28.0         71.4         3.8           31.5       29   313     35   975    15   377         9.2         6.1
Buhl city                                            3   268           1.2        57.5        40.9          3.2         59.4         7.5         58.6         3.4           13.2       16   415     20   517     8   592        19.6        17.5
Burley city                                          7   407           2.5        60.4        47.2          8.9         72.9        18.4         63.8         8.8           25.5       21   524     27   464     9   875        13.7        11.2
Caldwell city                                       15   828           2.5        49.6        53.5          7.8         70.8        13.5         64.1         6.4           20.8       20   616     25   444     9   910        14.4        10.0
Chubbuck city                                        7   381            .3        67.7        43.3          2.2         86.0        15.4         70.3         3.9           22.5       30   560     33   049     9   810         7.9         7.8
Coeur d’Alene city                                  24   047           1.8        33.6        59.9          3.4         80.4        17.1         61.7         6.1           24.6       22   338     27   979    12   179        13.7         9.5
Eagle city                                           3   241            .2        39.5        46.5          2.2         90.7        35.9         69.3         1.0           38.5       35   735     46   083    15   928         8.2         6.7


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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.
[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]

                                                                                          Persons 5 years and        Persons 25 years                                                Median income in 1989                     Income in 1989
State                                                 All persons                                 over                   and over                                                           (dollars)                        below poverty level
Urban and Rural and Size
  of Place
Inside and Outside
  Metropolitan Area                                                                                                                                                      Employed
                                                                                                                                                                      persons 16
County                                                                                                   Percent                                                        years and                                              Percent
                                                                                 Native                     who                                Persons                 over Per-                                               of per-
Place and [In Selected                                                             per-                 speak a                   Percent     16 years     Civilian        cent in                                           sons for
  States] County                                                                sons
                                                                                Percent
                                                                                            Percent
                                                                                           living in
                                                                                                       language
                                                                                                           other
                                                                                                                      Percent
                                                                                                                         high
                                                                                                                                     with
                                                                                                                                   bache-       over
                                                                                                                                                    and       labor
                                                                                                                                                          force
                                                                                                                                                                       managerial
                                                                                                                                                                      and profes-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Per
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   capita
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                whom
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              poverty
  Subdivision [2,500 or                                             Percent     born in   different         than       school        lor’s   Percent in    Percent     sional spe-                             income in     status is    Percent
                                                                    foreign    State of   house in        English   graduate      degree          labor     unem-     cialty occu-                                  1989        deter-   of fami-
  More Persons]                                          Total         born   residence       1985      at home     or higher   or higher         force     ployed         pations   Households     Families     (dollars)      mined         lies

PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
 Con.
Emmett city                                          4   329           2.6        59.3        51.1          6.2         68.3         8.0         52.5         6.9           17.7       17   436     23   352     8   832        19.9        14.8
Garden City city                                     6   006            .8        52.7        70.0          2.4         75.5        10.7         72.9         6.6           20.7       20   237     25   072    11   781        17.4        14.6
Gooding city                                         2   788            .9        56.4        34.3          4.3         70.4        14.0         57.1         7.6           20.1       16   949     22   548     9   179        19.9        15.6
Grangeville city                                     3   200            .4        55.5        46.7          2.4         75.9        14.7         61.9        11.9           19.3       22   347     27   083    12   309        11.2         8.3
Hailey city                                          3   522           1.5        44.4        65.4          3.2         91.5        26.9         77.8         3.1           26.6       28   199     35   121    13   307         9.9         6.5
Hayden city                                          3   633           1.9        34.4        52.7          3.5         84.8        12.1         67.7         7.9           18.4       25   579     28   425    11   691        13.0         9.4
Heyburn city                                         2   298           1.5        69.2        39.6         12.8         65.2         7.5         70.7         9.3           14.2       27   162     29   704     9   623        10.1         9.6
Idaho Falls city                                    41   898           1.2        57.3        50.3          3.8         84.8        25.9         69.1         4.7           36.4       30   070     35   314    13   219        10.1         8.5
Jerome city                                          6   150           1.1        58.4        47.7          4.2         67.7        10.8         62.5         7.7           16.6       17   840     21   311     8   443        20.8        17.3
Kellogg city                                         2   462           2.7        47.0        49.5          2.5         70.1        10.6         50.0        15.3           22.9       16   969     23   417     9   564        22.2        18.6

Ketchum city                                         2   482           5.6        20.7        71.9          9.2         96.0        41.8         85.3         5.6           29.1       29   306     39   500    23   266         4.1         2.0
Lewiston city                                       27   340           1.0        50.5        48.0          1.9         80.8        16.2         64.2         6.2           22.3       25   757     31   885    12   976        11.0         7.8
Meridian city                                        9   363           1.8        55.7        62.3          2.4         83.3        14.8         72.9         3.7           20.6       25   893     29   296    11   029         9.9         7.8
Montpelier city                                      2   427           1.2        67.9        27.7          3.9         73.7        13.4         55.6        14.6           23.9       20   126     25   759     9   454        17.1        17.1
Moscow city                                         17   547           3.0        38.9        71.4          4.6         91.9        47.1         60.4         6.1           37.1       20   442     31   042    10   434        22.1        11.2
Mountain Home city                                   7   311           2.3        31.0        61.9          5.7         85.6        20.6         68.7         7.0           26.0       27   431     30   331    11   848        11.8         8.5
Mountain Home AFB CDP                                5   052           2.2        13.6        86.2          4.0         97.1        16.0         83.1         6.5           22.9       20   000     19   906     7   323         7.5         6.8
Nampa city                                          25   335           2.0        47.9        57.4          5.3         72.2        11.1         60.6         5.5           19.5       19   671     23   365     9   104        16.5        11.9
Orofino city                                         2   776           1.1        47.5        49.0          1.7         76.8        13.6         59.6        12.1           21.7       24   474     28   271    12   468        10.5         8.0
Payette city                                         5   108           1.6        28.3        49.5          3.1         68.8         9.3         57.5         6.9           16.8       20   037     23   359     9   170        15.8        11.4

Pocatello city                                      43   336           1.0        61.4        52.6          3.4         83.7        22.7         66.7         5.9           28.2       25   197     31   347    11   637        14.3        10.0
Post Falls city                                      7   208           1.2        34.7        57.6          2.3         78.1        10.3         69.1         9.8           16.0       24   212     27   606    10   082        11.0         9.0
Preston city                                         3   655            .2        50.9        36.4          5.1         77.9        13.4         58.4         9.4           15.3       25   197     30   205     9   536         7.4         4.7
Rexburg city                                        13   719           3.1        46.8        71.6          4.2         89.7        20.8         48.4         8.7           24.8       19   367     23   981     6   688        41.0        16.2
Rigby city                                           2   524            .4        75.0        37.3          3.6         80.6        13.3         57.2         5.4           29.1       24   138     28   810    10   703        10.1        10.1
Rupert city                                          4   269           1.5        60.4        39.7          5.1         68.8         9.2         60.6         9.6           18.2       19   815     25   417     9   106        13.7        12.5
St. Anthony city                                     2   857           2.1        70.9        41.5          2.8         77.8        12.9         65.4         7.6           26.3       22   433     27   986     8   936        14.1        10.9
Salmon city                                          2   924           1.1        49.5        50.9          1.6         73.0        11.8         56.3        10.8           17.7       16   298     20   559     9   075        26.0        21.9
Sandpoint city                                       5   092           2.1        39.1        55.3          1.6         77.1        17.5         60.4         8.5           23.5       18   936     22   359    10   650        18.6        14.8
Shelley city                                         3   225           1.6        73.2        36.6          2.7         80.5        16.5         64.7         4.8           25.3       26   141     28   101     8   772        11.5        10.6
Soda Springs city                                    3   050           2.2        56.7        37.9          2.7         83.3        11.8         64.4        10.8           24.0       32   866     36   051    11   817         5.7         3.6
Twin Falls city                                     26   140           1.6        54.6        53.7          5.1         77.8        14.0         65.0         4.1           22.3       23   366     29   893    11   603        14.0         9.6
Weiser city                                          3   883           1.1        45.0        50.1          3.5         69.2         8.1         47.2        11.1           24.1       15   519     20   071     7   953        23.2        17.6




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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
[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]

                                                                                          Persons 5 years and        Persons 25 years                                                Median income in 1989                     Income in 1989
State                                                 All persons                                 over                   and over                                                           (dollars)                        below poverty level
Urban and Rural and Size
  of Place
Inside and Outside
  Metropolitan Area                                                                                                                                                      Employed
                                                                                                                                                                      persons 16
County                                                                                                   Percent                                                        years and                                              Percent
                                                                                 Native                     who                                Persons                 over Per-                                               of per-
Place and [In Selected                                                             per-                 speak a                   Percent     16 years     Civilian        cent in                                           sons for
  States] County                                                                sons
                                                                                Percent
                                                                                            Percent
                                                                                           living in
                                                                                                       language
                                                                                                           other
                                                                                                                      Percent
                                                                                                                         high
                                                                                                                                     with
                                                                                                                                   bache-       over
                                                                                                                                                    and       labor
                                                                                                                                                          force
                                                                                                                                                                       managerial
                                                                                                                                                                      and profes-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Per
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   capita
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                whom
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              poverty
  Subdivision [2,500 or                                             Percent     born in   different         than       school        lor’s   Percent in    Percent     sional spe-                             income in     status is    Percent
                                                                    foreign    State of   house in        English   graduate      degree          labor     unem-     cialty occu-                                  1989        deter-   of fami-
  More Persons]                                        Total           born   residence       1985      at home     or higher   or higher         force     ployed         pations   Households     Families     (dollars)      mined         lies

          The State                                  3 653             6.9        27.2        70.8           9.0        82.8        15.8          66.0       10.3            19.9      21 900       28 203        8 785          22.8       13.1

URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF
 PLACE
Urban                                                3 215             6.9        27.5        70.4          9.0        86.5         16.3         67.8         9.8           20.1       21   769     27   891     9   030        22.7        13.0
  Inside urbanized area                              1 704             4.4        37.0        64.6          6.0        87.4         16.8         71.1         7.6           21.0       21   996     28   750    10   737        14.6         8.1
      Central place                                  1 322             5.7        41.1        63.3          6.3        85.9         17.0         67.5         9.6           21.8       21   184     26   094    10   855        13.1         5.8
      Urban fringe                                     382               –        23.6        69.8          5.2        92.9         16.2         87.8           –           18.3       27   344     35   156    10   328        19.8        13.8
  Outside urbanized area                             1 511             9.8        16.1        77.1         12.3        85.0         15.4         63.6        14.5           18.2       21   328     27   386     7   105        32.6        18.9
      Place of 10,000 or more                          565            19.6        26.9        91.7         20.4        71.0         25.4         37.0        20.3           16.7       13   672     19   375     4   440        50.1        45.9
      Place of 2,500 to 9,999                          946             3.9        10.8        67.8          7.2        90.5         11.5         80.6        11.3           18.9       30   592     30   987     8   696        21.5        10.7
Rural                                                  438             6.4        25.4        73.4          9.3        55.2         12.4         51.6        15.4           17.3       23   571     30   833     6   992        23.4        13.6
  Place of 1,000 to 2,499                               51               –        15.7        76.7            –        75.0         14.3         52.9        27.8           46.2       14   375     40   250     8   773         5.9           –
  Place of less than 1,000                              53               –        22.6        81.8          4.5        56.3            –         44.4        50.0              –       11   250     13   125     2   944        47.9        33.3
  Other rural                                          334             8.4        27.5        71.7         11.3        51.6         13.4         52.0        10.6           14.0       30   521     31   250     7   362        22.4        15.3
  Rural farm                                            17               –        47.1        17.6            –       100.0            –            –           –              –       11   250     11   250     2   134           –           –

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN
  AREA
Inside metropolitan area                             1 161             5.3        37.8        68.7          4.6        85.0         15.9         78.4         6.2           13.7       22   165     22   414    10   277        16.0         7.2
   In central city                                     757             6.3        44.3        68.0          4.8        88.8         19.2         80.8         8.6           15.4       25   156     21   429    11   311        13.0         5.9
   Not in central city                                 404             3.5        25.9        69.9          4.3        78.5         10.3         73.2           –            9.6       21   833     33   000     8   340        22.0         9.2
      Urban                                            344               –        26.5        66.4          2.4        94.5         13.4         88.8           –           10.0       22   000     32   500     8   598        19.9         9.8
         Inside urbanized area                         289               –        23.9        66.8          2.8        93.5          9.4         92.0           –           11.9       21   719     31   964     8   695        23.8        11.7
         Outside urbanized area                         55               –        40.0        64.3            –       100.0         36.0         73.5           –              –       32   917     32   917     8   091           –           –
      Rural                                             60            23.3        21.7        86.7         13.3        26.0            –         12.0           –              –        5   000     33   750     6   860        43.8           –
Outside metropolitan area                            2 492             7.6        22.2        71.7         11.0        81.8         15.8         60.2        13.5           25.0       21   576     30   450     8   090        26.1        15.8
      Urban                                          2 114             8.3        21.6        71.9         11.4        84.3         15.7         60.2        13.0           26.3       21   053     30   724     8   283        27.0        16.0
         Inside urbanized area                         658             4.1        34.9        59.9          8.7        84.2         17.3         54.7         9.7           34.7       21   354     39   583    10   973        12.4         8.4
         Outside urbanized area                      1 456            10.2        15.1        77.5         12.7        84.4         14.6         63.2        15.5           19.6       20   913     27   045     7   067        34.0        19.9
            Place of 10,000 or more                    565            19.6        26.9        91.7         20.4        71.0         25.4         37.0        20.3           16.7       13   672     19   375     4   440        50.1        45.9
            Place of 2,500 to 9,999                    891             4.2         8.9        67.9          7.5        90.0         10.0         81.0        12.6           21.3       30   395     30   789     8   733        23.1        11.4
      Rural                                            378             3.7        25.8        70.9          8.6        64.9         16.6         60.4        16.1           18.3       24   286     24   583     7   012        21.6        14.6

COUNTY
Ada County                                           1 161             5.3        37.8        68.7          4.6         85.0        15.9         78.4         6.2           13.7       22 165       22 414      10 277          16.0          7.2




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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
[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]

                                                                                          Persons 5 years and        Persons 25 years                                                Median income in 1989                     Income in 1989
State                                                 All persons                                 over                   and over                                                           (dollars)                        below poverty level
Urban and Rural and Size
  of Place
Inside and Outside
  Metropolitan Area                                                                                                                                                      Employed
                                                                                                                                                                      persons 16
County                                                                                                   Percent                                                        years and                                              Percent
                                                                                 Native                     who                                Persons                 over Per-                                               of per-
Place and [In Selected                                                             per-                 speak a                   Percent     16 years     Civilian        cent in                                           sons for
  States] County                                                                sons
                                                                                Percent
                                                                                            Percent
                                                                                           living in
                                                                                                       language
                                                                                                           other
                                                                                                                      Percent
                                                                                                                         high
                                                                                                                                     with
                                                                                                                                   bache-       over
                                                                                                                                                    and       labor
                                                                                                                                                          force
                                                                                                                                                                       managerial
                                                                                                                                                                      and profes-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Per
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   capita
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                whom
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              poverty
  Subdivision [2,500 or                                             Percent     born in   different         than       school        lor’s   Percent in    Percent     sional spe-                             income in     status is    Percent
                                                                    foreign    State of   house in        English   graduate      degree          labor     unem-     cialty occu-                                  1989        deter-   of fami-
  More Persons]                                          Total         born   residence       1985      at home     or higher   or higher         force     ployed         pations   Households     Families     (dollars)      mined         lies

          The State                                 14 677               .9       53.2        60.0         20.0         68.1          7.2         63.7       17.8            15.2      17 470       18 697        6 843          34.3       32.0

URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF
 PLACE
Urban                                                7 220              .5        52.2        70.7         16.7         69.8         7.7         65.9        18.2           14.2       16   148     17   519      7   130       37.6        36.4
  Inside urbanized area                              2 402              .2        44.6        75.5         12.4         78.2        10.7         74.3        14.1           10.5       18   008     20   505      7   110       29.5        27.7
      Central place                                  1 752              .3        45.0        74.6         12.0         78.3        11.8         75.9        14.1           10.6       19   375     21   656      7   812       27.4        28.9
      Urban fringe                                     650               –        43.5        77.8         13.4         78.0         7.6         69.5        14.1           10.1       15   500     17   639      5   217       35.1        24.2
  Outside urbanized area                             4 818              .6        56.0        68.2         18.9         65.6         6.2         61.7        20.7           16.6       15   435     16   033      7   139       41.7        40.1
      Place of 10,000 or more                        1 384              .5        41.2        77.8         14.3         72.2        11.0         63.2        15.3           16.3       18   136     18   514      9   237       31.3        36.7
      Place of 2,500 to 9,999                        3 434              .7        62.0        64.2         20.8         62.7         4.1         61.1        23.3           16.7       14   255     14   743      6   294       45.7        41.4
Rural                                                7 457             1.3        54.2        49.6         23.2         66.4         6.8         61.6        17.4           16.1       18   621     19   750      6   566       31.2        27.7
  Place of 1,000 to 2,499                              517             1.2        44.2        69.7          8.9         60.7         8.9         71.4        18.6            6.3       17   279     18   194      7   863       21.7        16.3
  Place of less than 1,000                           1 561              .1        49.5        57.4         21.8         72.9         7.7         63.4        21.4           23.4       16   354     17   022      6   055       38.8        35.8
  Other rural                                        5 379             1.6        56.5        45.5         25.0         65.4         6.3         60.1        16.1           15.3       19   347     20   480      6   590       29.8        26.6
  Rural farm                                           449             2.0        56.1        22.8         20.9         64.6         9.5         53.4        12.7           17.9       26   875     27   500      7   712       21.6        28.4

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN
  AREA
Inside metropolitan area                             1 597              .8        33.8        77.3         11.4         84.6        12.5         72.5        12.6           14.4       19   963     20   603      8   117       24.1        19.2
   In central city                                     931              .6        34.3        77.6         10.0         84.9        18.1         80.1        13.4           12.7       20   000     20   781      8   556       22.2        25.6
   Not in central city                                 666              .9        33.2        76.9         13.3         84.1         4.2         61.7        11.1           17.6       19   937     20   208      7   503       27.3         9.9
      Urban                                            428               –        32.0        87.5         16.4         88.3         3.3         79.4         8.8           13.5       19   063     19   688      6   675       28.3        14.3
         Inside urbanized area                         342               –        28.7        85.9         12.8         92.2         3.9         77.2        11.4           10.9       18   906     19   531      6   579       33.7        12.3
         Outside urbanized area                         86               –        45.3        93.0         29.1         67.6           –         87.9           –           21.6       20   114     20   114      7   057        7.0        18.2
      Rural                                            238             2.5        35.3        59.2          8.2         78.1         5.5         37.6        17.7           30.8       23   068     23   068      8   993       24.0           –
Outside metropolitan area                           13 080              .9        55.6        57.7         21.1         65.9         6.5         62.5        18.7           15.3       17   167     18   380      6   688       35.5        33.4
      Urban                                          5 861              .5        56.5        68.2         17.9         65.8         6.2         62.4        20.2           14.7       15   664     16   626      6   936       40.8        39.5
         Inside urbanized area                       1 129               –        57.9        70.4         14.4         66.8         5.7         67.7        15.9            7.7       16   532     19   625      6   078       34.2        33.5
         Outside urbanized area                      4 732              .7        56.2        67.7         18.7         65.6         6.3         61.3        21.2           16.4       15   424     16   014      7   141       42.3        40.8
            Place of 10,000 or more                  1 384              .5        41.2        77.8         14.3         72.2        11.0         63.2        15.3           16.3       18   136     18   514      9   237       31.3        36.7
            Place of 2,500 to 9,999                  3 348              .7        62.4        63.4         20.6         62.6         4.2         60.4        24.1           16.5       14   243     14   730      6   275       46.7        42.3
      Rural                                          7 219             1.2        54.8        49.3         23.7         66.0         6.8         62.6        17.4           15.7       18   488     19   683      6   486       31.3        28.4

COUNTY
Ada County                                           1   597            .8        33.8        77.3         11.4         84.6        12.5         72.5        12.6           14.4       19   963     20   603      8   117       24.1        19.2
Bannock County                                       1   588             –        76.5        51.6         28.8         62.5         3.3         60.3        26.1           13.2       17   135     17   188      5   019       43.0        42.0
Bingham County                                       2   637            .6        78.8        54.3         26.6         62.0         2.8         55.8        22.8           13.0       12   813     13   304      4   956       49.2        47.6
Nez Perce County                                     1   653            .2        66.6        51.2         33.6         76.7        10.9         64.4        25.8           23.3       17   944     18   643      6   643       30.7        32.9

PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
Fort Hall CDP                                        1 791              .4        84.8        57.1         26.5         65.8          3.7        55.4        27.6           22.1       13 924       14 965        4 522         53.2        46.1




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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
[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]

                                                                                          Persons 5 years and        Persons 25 years                                                Median income in 1989                     Income in 1989
State                                                 All persons                                 over                   and over                                                           (dollars)                        below poverty level
Urban and Rural and Size
  of Place
Inside and Outside
  Metropolitan Area                                                                                                                                                      Employed
                                                                                                                                                                      persons 16
County                                                                                                   Percent                                                        years and                                              Percent
                                                                                 Native                     who                                Persons                 over Per-                                               of per-
Place and [In Selected                                                             per-                 speak a                   Percent     16 years     Civilian        cent in                                           sons for
  States] County                                                                sons
                                                                                Percent
                                                                                            Percent
                                                                                           living in
                                                                                                       language
                                                                                                           other
                                                                                                                      Percent
                                                                                                                         high
                                                                                                                                     with
                                                                                                                                   bache-       over
                                                                                                                                                    and       labor
                                                                                                                                                          force
                                                                                                                                                                       managerial
                                                                                                                                                                      and profes-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Per
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   capita
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                whom
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              poverty
  Subdivision [2,500 or                                             Percent     born in   different         than       school        lor’s   Percent in    Percent     sional spe-                             income in     status is    Percent
                                                                    foreign    State of   house in        English   graduate      degree          labor     unem-     cialty occu-                                  1989        deter-   of fami-
  More Persons]                                        Total           born   residence       1985      at home     or higher   or higher         force     ployed         pations   Households     Families     (dollars)      mined         lies

           The State                                 9 096            44.0        42.4        57.7         48.7         80.3        27.6          63.3         4.6           26.0      26 326       28 039        9 809          18.8       14.3

URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF
 PLACE
Urban                                                7 080            48.7        41.2        62.8         53.2         80.6        31.7         63.1         5.1           26.5       25   610     26   969     9   120        20.2        15.8
  Inside urbanized area                              3 723            49.7        43.7        62.7         53.1         82.2        30.4         65.9         3.9           30.4       27   939     31   620    10   750        14.5        13.7
      Central place                                  3 064            49.3        42.9        67.4         51.0         83.9        31.2         65.3         4.6           31.6       25   848     27   708    11   084        14.9        14.7
      Urban fringe                                     659            51.4        47.8        39.9         63.4         72.5        25.6         70.0           –           24.2       38   594     40   542     9   199        12.6         8.9
  Outside urbanized area                             3 357            47.7        38.5        62.8         53.4         78.8        33.3         59.9         6.5           21.4       23   769     25   118     7   312        26.6        18.2
      Place of 10,000 or more                        2 066            57.1        40.2        72.1         62.8         81.9        42.4         58.6         6.6           26.5       21   776     23   071     6   861        35.9        22.7
      Place of 2,500 to 9,999                        1 291            32.8        36.6        48.0         38.4         74.2        19.9         62.4         6.4           12.0       25   588     27   243     8   033        12.2         9.1
Rural                                                2 016            27.3        45.3        40.2         33.2         79.3        14.9         64.1         2.8           24.3       28   750     30   375    12   227        14.1         9.8
  Place of 1,000 to 2,499                              262            32.1        39.9        38.8         36.4         88.2        24.9         66.1         4.8           26.1       28   889     29   821     9   544        16.1        13.0
  Place of less than 1,000                             172            27.3        40.0        39.8         19.9         69.2        19.2         52.5         6.5           22.4       28   125     38   000     8   448        14.0           –
  Other rural                                        1 582            26.5        46.7        40.4         34.1         78.8        12.7         65.0         2.1           24.1       28   750     29   839    13   083        13.8         9.8
  Rural farm                                           312            16.0        46.6        28.3         52.0         94.0         4.8         63.3         5.6            7.9       29   562     40   357    28   671         6.4         4.7

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN
  AREA
Inside metropolitan area                             2 386            52.8        39.2        63.5         57.7         78.5        31.0         71.6         4.0           26.9       29   213     34   583    10   324        13.6         8.6
   In central city                                   1 598            56.6        34.0        72.6         58.8         81.5        32.7         70.4         5.6           28.8       25   268     27   000    10   556        14.3         8.5
   Not in central city                                 788            45.3        47.6        44.4         55.4         71.7        27.2         74.7           –           22.3       38   750     40   542     9   853        12.4         8.6
      Urban                                            711            47.4        51.9        44.8         59.4         72.8        29.8         77.6           –           23.2       39   211     40   833    10   382        12.9         9.0
         Inside urbanized area                         533            50.5        53.0        46.5         68.6         68.7        30.2         75.2           –           27.1       40   000     40   917    10   292        11.3         5.5
         Outside urbanized area                        178            38.2        49.1        39.9         32.9         85.1        28.7         85.9           –           11.4       38   636     39   773    10   652        18.0        20.6
      Rural                                             77            26.0        19.3        41.6         23.4         60.6           –         39.4           –              –       26   250     26   250     4   968         7.0           –
Outside metropolitan area                            6 710            40.8        43.2        55.7         45.6         80.9        26.6         60.6         4.8           25.6       25   559     26   905     9   626        20.6        16.1
      Urban                                          4 771            46.3        41.5        62.0         50.6         81.4        31.7         59.0         5.6           26.1       24   107     25   538     8   451        23.3        18.9
         Inside urbanized area                       1 592            42.5        48.4        58.2         43.0         86.4        28.4         59.1         3.2           33.4       26   563     29   205    11   100        15.8        20.6
         Outside urbanized area                      3 179            48.3        37.8        64.0         54.5         78.5        33.6         58.9         6.9           22.0       23   326     24   583     7   125        27.1        18.0
            Place of 10,000 or more                  2 066            57.1        40.2        72.1         62.8         81.9        42.4         58.6         6.6           26.5       21   776     23   071     6   861        35.9        22.7
            Place of 2,500 to 9,999                  1 113            31.9        34.8        49.2         39.3         72.7        18.6         59.6         7.6           12.1       25   221     26   507     7   614        11.2         7.0
      Rural                                          1 939            27.3        46.3        40.1         33.6         79.8        15.3         64.7         2.8           24.7       28   940     30   667    12   516        14.4        10.0

COUNTY
Ada County                                           2 386            52.8        39.2        63.5         57.7         78.5        31.0         71.6         4.0           26.9       29 213       34 583      10 324          13.6          8.6

PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
Boise City city                                      1 598            56.6        34.0        72.6         58.8         81.5        32.7         70.4         5.6           28.8       25 268       27 000      10 556          14.3          8.5




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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
[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]

                                                                                          Persons 5 years and        Persons 25 years                                                Median income in 1989                     Income in 1989
State                                                 All persons                                 over                   and over                                                           (dollars)                        below poverty level
Urban and Rural and Size
  of Place
Inside and Outside
  Metropolitan Area                                                                                                                                                      Employed
                                                                                                                                                                      persons 16
County                                                                                                   Percent                                                        years and                                              Percent
                                                                                 Native                     who                                Persons                 over Per-                                               of per-
Place and [In Selected                                                             per-                 speak a                   Percent     16 years     Civilian        cent in                                           sons for
  States] County                                                                sons
                                                                                Percent
                                                                                            Percent
                                                                                           living in
                                                                                                       language
                                                                                                           other
                                                                                                                      Percent
                                                                                                                         high
                                                                                                                                     with
                                                                                                                                   bache-       over
                                                                                                                                                    and       labor
                                                                                                                                                          force
                                                                                                                                                                       managerial
                                                                                                                                                                      and profes-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Per
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   capita
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                whom
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              poverty
  Subdivision [2,500 or                                             Percent     born in   different         than       school        lor’s   Percent in    Percent     sional spe-                             income in     status is    Percent
                                                                    foreign    State of   house in        English   graduate      degree          labor     unem-     cialty occu-                                  1989        deter-   of fami-
  More Persons]                                          Total         born   residence       1985      at home     or higher   or higher         force     ployed         pations   Households     Families     (dollars)      mined         lies

           The State                                51 679            27.3        51.4        65.0         63.4         43.4          6.6         75.0       10.0             9.7      19 398       20 353        6 303          30.2       26.0

URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF
 PLACE
Urban                                               30   204          19.3        51.1        66.9         58.6         51.1         8.1         75.7        10.9           12.4       19   971     20   933      6   795       28.7        25.2
  Inside urbanized area                              9   127          14.2        54.1        65.5         41.0         67.2        13.6         76.6         6.9           18.5       25   099     28   630      9   052       21.6        18.4
      Central place                                  7   263          12.8        55.2        64.7         39.7         66.5        15.2         76.2         7.3           18.8       22   455     27   409      9   041       23.9        20.8
      Urban fringe                                   1   864          19.4        49.6        68.5         45.8         70.1         7.4         78.2         5.1           17.5       31   349     31   389      9   093       12.6         9.7
  Outside urbanized area                            21   077          21.5        49.6        67.5         66.1         43.3         5.5         75.3        12.8            9.2       18   516     19   269      5   818       31.8        28.2
      Place of 10,000 or more                       10   700          20.4        48.9        69.1         66.4         45.6         6.8         74.8        10.2           10.7       18   472     19   809      5   754       31.6        25.7
      Place of 2,500 to 9,999                       10   377          22.6        50.4        65.9         65.8         40.9         4.3         75.7        15.7            7.4       18   545     18   905      5   883       32.0        30.8
Rural                                               21   475          38.5        51.9        62.3         70.1         33.2         4.5         74.0         8.7            6.2       18   700     19   611      5   612       32.3        27.3
  Place of 1,000 to 2,499                            3   443          30.4        48.2        63.8         73.8         34.8         3.6         72.2         9.7            6.2       17   606     18   048      5   238       32.0        28.4
  Place of less than 1,000                           2   199          37.2        54.8        54.7         65.7         29.1         2.7         73.8        11.4            5.9       17   217     17   234      5   095       36.0        30.5
  Other rural                                       15   833          40.4        52.4        63.1         69.9         33.4         4.9         74.4         8.1            6.2       19   076     20   240      5   765       31.8        26.6
  Rural farm                                         1   383          26.8        53.7        48.9         53.7         38.2         8.3         80.4         3.7            8.8       23   681     23   542      8   195       35.1        24.4

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN
  AREA
Inside metropolitan area                             5   216          12.6        48.1        66.9         37.7         78.4        16.8         74.3         4.2           22.1       28   137     30   996    11    288       13.6         7.9
   In central city                                   3   385          13.0        49.3        66.1         38.8         77.2        18.7         79.3         4.9           22.3       27   500     33   036    11    866       15.3         8.2
   Not in central city                               1   831          11.9        45.9        68.1         35.8         80.6        13.6         65.0         2.8           21.6       30   793     30   361    10    219       10.1         7.3
      Urban                                          1   198           9.3        44.4        68.2         31.5         85.6        14.7         75.0         2.8           23.6       31   524     30   427    11    818        5.9         4.3
         Inside urbanized area                           889          11.2        40.6        69.2         36.2         86.2        10.5         71.6         1.4           23.3       32   409     31   860    11    587        3.6           –
         Outside urbanized area                          309           3.9        54.5        65.0         16.5         83.7        28.1         87.5         7.1           24.6       24   896     23   021    12    483       12.3        13.4
      Rural                                              633          16.7        49.1        68.0         43.6         73.5        12.0         49.2         2.6           16.7       25   625     30   114     7    193       20.9        16.8
Outside metropolitan area                           46   463          28.9        51.8        64.8         66.4         38.7         5.2         75.1        10.7            8.1       18   518     19   478     5    744       32.0        28.2
      Urban                                         25   621          20.6        51.7        67.0         62.6         45.0         6.1         75.2        12.3           10.0       18   444     19   451     5    890       31.6        28.6
         Inside urbanized area                       4   853          15.5        60.2        64.3         43.6         54.9        10.0         75.5         9.7           14.2       19   299     22   674     6    624       29.2        28.9
         Outside urbanized area                     20   768          21.7        49.5        67.6         66.8         42.6         5.2         75.1        12.9            8.9       18   251     19   042     5    718       32.1        28.6
            Place of 10,000 or more                 10   700          20.4        48.9        69.1         66.4         45.6         6.8         74.8        10.2           10.7       18   472     19   809     5    754       31.6        25.7
            Place of 2,500 to 9,999                 10   068          23.2        50.3        66.0         67.3         39.5         3.5         75.4        16.0            6.8       18   105     18   524     5    680       32.6        31.5
      Rural                                         20   842          39.2        52.0        62.2         71.0         31.5         4.1         74.9         8.8            5.9       18   596     19   509     5    564       32.6        27.6

COUNTY
Ada County                                           5   216          12.6        48.1        66.9         37.7         78.4        16.8         74.3         4.2           22.1       28   137     30   996    11    288       13.6         7.9
Bannock County                                       2   588           5.9        63.0        55.7         32.4         57.2         9.8         68.8         9.5           17.6       25   282     27   014     6    758       27.1        22.6
Bingham County                                       3   394          32.4        63.7        61.3         72.7         31.8         1.2         78.1         9.2            4.0       18   816     19   364     4    784       39.3        38.7
Bonneville County                                    2   988          28.3        54.6        72.9         56.4         49.8        10.2         81.7         8.5           11.8       17   656     20   652     6    330       32.7        33.8
Canyon County                                       11   955          24.9        53.6        68.8         74.8         34.9         3.2         76.2        10.4            7.4       18   911     19   685     5    498       32.8        27.9
Cassia County                                        2   578          27.7        56.1        68.3         78.7         30.1         3.9         75.1        17.5            9.9       17   582     19   429     5    100       34.7        35.4
Elmore County                                        1   506          44.0        20.5        77.7         68.7         42.9         6.8         78.4         6.0            8.6       18   397     18   125     6    385       36.1        26.9
Minidoka County                                      3   619          29.1        58.7        52.2         74.7         22.2         1.0         74.8        15.4            4.0       18   812     18   842     6    119       31.2        28.2
Owyhee County                                        1   516          47.6        45.2        61.5         84.1         22.4         2.4         78.8         6.7            3.1       16   189     16   815     5    169       40.9        34.3
Payette County                                       1   223          27.1        28.9        64.7         58.4         37.0         2.9         69.6        16.1           13.5       22   135     22   750     5    607       33.0        23.6
Twin Falls County                                    3   094          24.0        50.5        55.7         68.0         43.2         8.0         76.9         8.8            8.1       17   219     18   750     5    287       31.3        23.2

PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
Boise City city                                      3   385          13.0        49.3        66.1         38.8         77.2        18.7         79.3         4.9           22.3       27   500     33   036    11    866       15.3         8.2
Burley city                                          1   764          19.9        52.7        70.8         81.5         34.7         5.3         77.6        20.5            9.9       18   372     19   214     5    111       36.3        33.2
Caldwell city                                        3   703          23.4        51.1        68.6         79.3         35.8         2.7         81.3         9.4            6.5       19   519     20   114     5    848       28.6        25.1
Idaho Falls city                                     1   798          20.5        52.3        72.7         52.2         54.1        14.7         80.1        11.1           12.7       13   940     16   607     6    295       37.0        40.7
Nampa city                                           3   663          19.8        57.0        75.0         63.7         40.8         3.7         72.5        11.6           10.0       18   188     19   167     5    276       35.2        30.3
Pocatello city                                       2   080           5.9        66.1        55.9         31.2         56.4         9.0         66.9         8.8           17.1       23   203     25   500     6    816       26.6        24.1
Rupert city                                          1   424          19.8        57.1        50.6         66.5         25.1          .8         73.4        19.9            5.4       18   382     18   266     7    903       33.2        34.6
Twin Falls city                                      1   889          15.3        43.8        50.5         70.7         47.2         8.0         76.0         9.9           11.2       16   635     17   478     5    043       32.9        24.8




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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
[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]

                                                                                          Persons 5 years and        Persons 25 years                                                Median income in 1989                     Income in 1989
State                                                 All persons                                 over                   and over                                                           (dollars)                        below poverty level
Urban and Rural and Size
  of Place
Inside and Outside
  Metropolitan Area                                                                                                                                                      Employed
                                                                                                                                                                      persons 16
County                                                                                                   Percent                                                        years and                                              Percent
                                                                                 Native                     who                                Persons                 over Per-                                               of per-
Place and [In Selected                                                             per-                 speak a                   Percent     16 years     Civilian        cent in                                           sons for
  States] County                                                                sons
                                                                                Percent
                                                                                            Percent
                                                                                           living in
                                                                                                       language
                                                                                                           other
                                                                                                                      Percent
                                                                                                                         high
                                                                                                                                     with
                                                                                                                                   bache-       over
                                                                                                                                                    and       labor
                                                                                                                                                          force
                                                                                                                                                                       managerial
                                                                                                                                                                      and profes-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Per
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   capita
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                whom
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              poverty
  Subdivision [2,500 or                                             Percent     born in   different         than       school        lor’s   Percent in    Percent     sional spe-                             income in     status is    Percent
                                                                    foreign    State of   house in        English   graduate      degree          labor     unem-     cialty occu-                                  1989        deter-   of fami-
  More Persons]                                          Total         born   residence       1985      at home     or higher   or higher         force     ployed         pations   Households     Families     (dollars)      mined         lies

          The State                                929 109             1.1        52.2        48.4           2.8        81.3        18.1          65.2         5.8           24.4      25 647       30 101      11 833           11.9         8.8
URBAN AND RURAL AND SIZE OF
 PLACE
Urban                                              531   652           1.3        50.4        54.1          2.9         82.9        20.9         66.4         5.4           27.2       25   656     31   083    12   239        12.3         8.7
  Inside urbanized area                            261   886           1.1        52.8        54.0          2.9         87.0        25.2         70.8         4.4           30.8       29   637     35   227    13   778         9.7         7.2
      Central place                                202   647           1.1        52.2        55.4          3.1         87.2        26.6         70.0         4.4           31.9       28   664     34   812    14   249        10.3         7.4
      Urban fringe                                  59   239           1.1        55.1        49.3          2.4         86.1        19.9         73.8         4.2           26.8       33   367     36   326    12   166         7.7         6.6
  Outside urbanized area                           269   766           1.4        48.1        54.2          2.8         78.8        16.6         62.3         6.5           23.2       22   266     27   353    10   745        14.9        10.3
      Place of 10,000 or more                      145   304           1.5        46.3        57.6          2.9         79.5        18.1         61.0         5.7           24.4       22   073     28   115    10   931        16.5         9.8
      Place of 2,500 to 9,999                      124   462           1.2        50.2        50.1          2.7         78.0        14.9         64.0         7.5           21.7       22   459     26   697    10   527        13.2        10.7
Rural                                              397   457           1.0        54.6        40.8          2.7         79.3        14.6         63.4         6.4           20.3       25   636     28   778    11   290        11.5         8.8
  Place of 1,000 to 2,499                           43   555           1.0        48.6        47.6          2.6         74.1        11.2         60.2         7.4           19.2       20   496     25   161     9   871        14.5        10.8
  Place of less than 1,000                          44   100            .9        57.6        40.1          2.4         75.2        11.2         59.8         8.8           19.1       21   254     25   150     9   775        14.3        10.8
  Other rural                                      309   802           1.0        55.0        39.9          2.8         80.6        15.6         64.4         5.9           20.6       27   136     29   983    11   705        10.6         8.2
  Rural farm                                        42   730            .7        65.1        23.1          2.9         82.2        16.1         65.3         2.7           16.0       29   911     31   508    13   708         8.4         6.8
INSIDE AND OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN
  AREA
Inside metropolitan area                           195   742           1.2        48.6        55.4          3.0         87.5        25.1         71.3         4.0           30.0       30   416     36   095    14   458         8.6         6.1
   In central city                                 119   275           1.3        47.1        58.1          3.1         88.9        28.1         71.3         3.9           31.7       29   349     35   953    15   433         9.2         6.3
   Not in central city                              76   467           1.2        50.9        51.0          2.8         85.2        20.3         71.3         4.1           27.3       32   608     36   283    12   935         7.7         5.8
      Urban                                         52   672           1.4        50.4        53.4          2.6         86.5        21.5         73.9         3.8           27.9       33   102     36   849    13   067         7.8         5.9
         Inside urbanized area                      40   292           1.4        50.0        51.9          2.7         86.9        21.9         74.5         4.1           28.7       35   365     38   664    13   326         7.2         5.3
         Outside urbanized area                     12   380           1.4        51.6        58.2          2.3         85.2        20.2         71.7         2.9           25.2       27   413     31   947    12   221         9.6         7.8
      Rural                                         23   795            .9        52.1        45.7          3.2         82.5        17.7         65.9         4.9           25.8       31   627     34   593    12   645         7.5         5.8
Outside metropolitan area                          733   367           1.1        53.2        46.5          2.7         79.6        16.2         63.5         6.4           22.6       24   450     28   593    11   132        12.8         9.5
      Urban                                        359   705           1.2        51.5        52.8          2.8         80.1        18.2         63.7         6.2           25.3       23   467     28   774    11   058        14.1        10.0
         Inside urbanized area                     102   319            .9        60.6        49.9          2.8         84.6        22.9         68.6         5.2           30.5       27   852     32   861    12   025        11.3         9.1
         Outside urbanized area                    257   386           1.4        47.9        54.0          2.8         78.5        16.4         61.9         6.7           23.1       22   047     27   151    10   674        15.2        10.4
            Place of 10,000 or more                145   304           1.5        46.3        57.6          2.9         79.5        18.1         61.0         5.7           24.4       22   073     28   115    10   931        16.5         9.8
            Place of 2,500 to 9,999                112   082           1.2        50.0        49.3          2.7         77.2        14.3         63.2         8.0           21.3       22   018     26   204    10   340        13.6        11.1
      Rural                                        373   662           1.0        54.7        40.5          2.7         79.1        14.4         63.2         6.5           20.0       25   353     28   439    11   204        11.7         9.0
COUNTY
Ada County                                         195   742           1.2        48.6        55.4          3.0         87.5        25.1         71.3         4.0           30.0       30   416     36   095    14   458         8.6         6.1
Adams County                                         3   160            .5        58.5        42.7          2.1         75.3        10.7         61.0        13.5           19.2       22   632     25   938    13   979        10.5         7.5
Bannock County                                      60   792            .8        63.6        47.8          2.8         84.0        20.5         66.9         5.7           26.4       26   553     32   162    11   343        12.4         9.9
Bear Lake County                                     5   931            .3        66.8        25.8          1.7         80.5        11.7         58.2        11.1           19.9       21   888     27   539     9   126        13.5        13.2
Benewah County                                       7   194            .8        41.6        48.0          1.8         74.3         9.0         59.9        12.2           16.2       21   961     25   754    10   413        14.4        10.2
Bingham County                                      31   361            .6        72.2        37.3          2.9         81.7        14.8         65.5         5.0           21.3       26   516     29   583    10   323        10.8         9.4
Blaine County                                       13   009           2.4        38.9        61.2          4.9         92.1        33.6         78.7         3.6           29.0       31   482     38   281    20   331         7.3         4.5
Boise County                                         3   406           1.4        50.3        51.6          3.2         80.2        14.5         60.9         9.4           24.8       26   310     30   619    11   870        12.9         9.4
Bonner County                                       25   806           1.8        32.2        45.2          2.4         78.4        15.3         57.7         9.2           21.3       21   519     24   315    10   661        15.5        12.0
Bonneville County                                   67   548            .9        61.3        45.6          2.7         85.3        23.7         69.7         4.5           32.4       30   874     34   954    12   372         8.8         7.7
Boundary County                                      7   783           1.5        38.6        46.7          1.7         75.7        13.2         57.8        10.8           17.1       21   672     25   285     9   324        12.6        10.6
Butte County                                         2   798            .4        67.7        37.0          1.8         80.8        13.5         61.0         2.7           16.7       26   396     30   453    10   469        13.8        11.0
Canyon County                                       76   470            .9        50.6        47.9          2.6         74.8        12.8         62.8         5.0           19.8       23   529     27   154    10   599        12.1         8.5
Caribou County                                       6   780           1.2        62.3        32.1          2.2         84.7        11.8         61.7         7.1           19.8       29   989     33   606    10   714         6.5         5.0
Cassia County                                       16   670            .6        65.2        37.0          3.3         77.6        15.2         63.5         6.6           19.7       24   640     28   688    10   514        10.7         8.8
Clearwater County                                    8   123            .7        50.0        42.9          2.3         73.8        11.6         56.4        17.5           21.0       24   028     27   019    11   481        11.9         8.5
Custer County                                        4   000           1.0        55.5        48.2          5.2         82.6        15.7         64.7         4.8           23.0       24   554     29   767    11   736        14.8        11.9
Elmore County                                       18   277           1.8        30.8        63.8          3.5         86.1        16.8         70.6         6.0           24.2       24   109     26   061    10   431        10.5         7.3
Franklin County                                      8   941            .3        49.6        27.2          2.8         82.9        14.5         61.3         7.8           16.2       25   516     28   946     8   669        10.5         6.9
Fremont County                                      10   133            .8        73.6        35.6          1.7         79.1        11.7         63.4         6.5           19.4       24   375     27   895     9   047        13.0        10.9
Gem County                                          11   000            .9        57.1        42.1          3.2         71.3         8.8         57.4         6.8           16.2       21   490     25   006    10   728        15.3        13.5
Gooding County                                      10   632            .9        57.3        37.8          3.5         75.2        13.8         60.7         4.2           17.5       19   874     23   378     9   640        16.5        11.9
Idaho County                                        13   300            .8        56.4        41.5          1.8         75.4        12.8         57.7        11.3           21.0       22   251     25   421    10   715        13.5        10.0
Jefferson County                                    15   326            .5        76.9        35.8          2.9         80.1        12.3         64.4         3.4           21.4       24   873     28   122     9   398        12.9        10.9
Jerome County                                       14   092            .9        60.2        43.8          4.0         74.6        11.5         65.5         5.0           16.9       21   675     25   054    10   023        14.8        11.2
Kootenai County                                     67   608           1.6        33.2        52.8          2.7         81.2        16.1         63.5         8.0           23.2       25   760     30   166    12   474        11.7         8.4
Latah County                                        29   232           2.1        44.6        60.2          3.2         86.2        34.6         62.4         6.4           31.6       23   157     30   834    11   088        17.8        10.4
Lemhi County                                         6   697           1.1        49.8        44.0          1.8         74.6        12.0         56.9         7.6           18.9       19   770     23   007    10   713        19.9        16.4
Lewis County                                         3   267            .2        61.1        36.8          1.5         79.2        13.5         54.5         7.0           21.0       21   182     25   345    10   015        15.1        11.8
Lincoln County                                       3   108            .3        62.0        42.2          2.3         80.6        11.9         68.8         4.9           14.9       21   840     25   250     9   297        13.6         9.4
Madison County                                      22   483           2.1        58.4        56.0          3.0         89.0        19.6         54.8         6.9           22.8       23   298     27   157     7   484        27.6        11.4
Minidoka County                                     15   451            .5        65.8        37.3          3.0         76.4        10.1         65.2         5.4           15.9       25   021     27   647    11   072         8.6         6.7
Nez Perce County                                    31   446            .9        51.3        46.6          1.8         80.0        15.6         62.9         6.4           21.9       25   532     31   253    12   890        11.1         8.2
Oneida County                                        3   428            .2        53.5        41.1          1.9         79.1        13.1         61.1         5.9           17.5       22   772     28   271     8   824        14.0         8.8
Owyhee County                                        6   516            .6        54.3        42.2          2.4         68.1        10.0         61.1         5.7           16.6       18   977     21   801    11   004        20.0        14.2
Payette County                                      14   790            .7        31.6        46.2          2.0         69.0        10.3         60.9         6.6           16.5       20   260     23   947     9   619        16.5        12.5
Power County                                         5   932           1.0        71.4        41.0          1.7         78.5        12.1         66.3         7.4           13.9       25   833     28   401    10   895        10.4         9.0
Shoshone County                                     13   345           1.5        48.2        43.8          2.2         70.5         9.0         55.8        11.5           18.5       21   123     25   970    10   564        15.6        12.0
Teton County                                         3   152            .8        58.1        39.2          5.1         82.7        18.4         68.3         2.8           18.1       23   188     26   000     9   379        14.9        12.3
Twin Falls County                                   49   604           1.1        57.8        47.8          3.1         77.0        13.6         64.4         3.9           19.2       23   788     28   581    11   507        12.3         9.3
Valley County                                        5   915           1.5        45.7        55.5          2.6         83.9        19.2         62.4        11.0           26.6       24   266     28   109    12   528        12.5         9.9
Washington County                                    7   461           1.0        46.0        43.7          2.4         74.6        11.0         54.0         7.6           22.8       17   758     21   401     9   113        18.9        13.5

PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
American Falls city                                  3   131           1.6        69.0        46.6          2.0         76.9        12.9         65.5         9.9           15.1       25   065     28   793    11   124        10.7         8.5
Ammon city                                           4   784            .7        61.5        44.4          2.2         83.4        19.3         66.5         6.0           25.4       32   421     33   472     9   615         9.8        12.2
Blackfoot city                                       8   404            .5        64.7        45.6          1.7         81.5        15.0         63.8         7.0           22.0       24   367     26   689     9   627        11.9        11.9
Boise City city                                    119   275           1.3        47.1        58.1          3.1         88.9        28.1         71.3         3.9           31.7       29   349     35   953    15   433         9.2         6.3
Buhl city                                            3   256           1.2        57.3        40.8          3.3         59.4         7.5         58.5         3.4           13.3       16   415     20   517     8   617        20.0        18.4
Burley city                                          6   762            .7        60.6        44.8          4.1         74.7        18.6         63.1         8.1           26.0       21   523     27   762    10   272        12.2         9.5
Caldwell city                                       14   420            .8        49.7        51.7          1.9         72.6        14.2         62.8         5.7           22.1       20   936     26   128    10   399        12.0         8.0
Chubbuck city                                        7   282            .1        67.8        43.0          2.0         85.9        15.3         70.2         3.9           22.5       30   491     33   036     9   900         7.9         8.2
Coeur d’Alene city                                  23   690           1.7        33.8        59.6          3.3         80.3        17.2         61.6         5.9           24.6       22   301     27   994    12   248        13.4         9.3
Eagle city                                           3   199             –        39.8        47.0          2.2         90.6        35.6         69.1         1.0           38.0       35   221     44   948    15   599         8.2         6.9


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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.
[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]

                                                                                          Persons 5 years and        Persons 25 years                                                Median income in 1989                     Income in 1989
State                                                 All persons                                 over                   and over                                                           (dollars)                        below poverty level
Urban and Rural and Size
  of Place
Inside and Outside
  Metropolitan Area                                                                                                                                                      Employed
                                                                                                                                                                      persons 16
County                                                                                                   Percent                                                        years and                                              Percent
                                                                                 Native                     who                                Persons                 over Per-                                               of per-
Place and [In Selected                                                             per-                 speak a                   Percent     16 years     Civilian        cent in                                           sons for
  States] County                                                                sons
                                                                                Percent
                                                                                            Percent
                                                                                           living in
                                                                                                       language
                                                                                                           other
                                                                                                                      Percent
                                                                                                                         high
                                                                                                                                     with
                                                                                                                                   bache-       over
                                                                                                                                                    and       labor
                                                                                                                                                          force
                                                                                                                                                                       managerial
                                                                                                                                                                      and profes-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Per
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   capita
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                whom
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              poverty
  Subdivision [2,500 or                                             Percent     born in   different         than       school        lor’s   Percent in    Percent     sional spe-                             income in     status is    Percent
                                                                    foreign    State of   house in        English   graduate      degree          labor     unem-     cialty occu-                                  1989        deter-   of fami-
  More Persons]                                          Total         born   residence       1985      at home     or higher   or higher         force     ployed         pations   Households     Families     (dollars)      mined         lies

PLACE AND COUNTY SUBDIVISION
 Con.
Emmett city                                          4   127            .8        58.7        49.9          3.9         68.9         7.9         52.2         7.1           18.3       17   365     23   221     8   932        18.6        14.3
Garden City city                                     5   926            .8        52.7        69.6          2.3         75.5        10.8         73.0         6.4           20.9       20   170     24   788    11   865        17.7        14.4
Gooding city                                         2   680            .2        55.6        34.2          2.7         71.2        14.2         56.1         8.1           20.0       16   688     21   680     8   941        20.8        16.4
Grangeville city                                     3   170            .4        55.6        46.8          2.4         75.8        14.7         61.7        11.5           19.4       22   347     27   083    12   410        11.4         8.3
Hailey city                                          3   498           1.4        44.5        65.3          2.9         91.8        27.1         77.9         3.1           26.8       28   309     35   121    13   316        10.5         7.2
Hayden city                                          3   602           1.7        34.2        52.5          3.3         85.0        12.1         68.0         7.9           18.4       25   579     28   425    11   788        13.1         9.6
Heyburn city                                         1   987             –        71.2        37.8          3.4         71.3         8.4         70.1         8.7           14.7       27   852     30   880    10   359         8.4         6.9
Idaho Falls city                                    40   951           1.1        57.4        50.0          3.1         85.2        26.0         69.1         4.6           36.6       30   389     35   618    13   389         9.4         7.6
Jerome city                                          6   003            .8        58.4        47.2          3.2         68.0        10.9         62.3         7.8           16.9       18   054     21   487     8   535        19.8        16.0
Kellogg city                                         2   426           2.7        46.6        49.7          2.5         70.3        10.6         50.0        15.4           22.7       17   031     23   417     9   652        22.3        18.8

Ketchum city                                         2   427           5.7        19.6        71.5          7.9         96.2        42.5         85.2         5.8           29.6       29   809     39   500    23   510         4.2         2.0
Lewiston city                                       27   142            .9        50.6        47.8          1.7         80.8        16.1         64.1         6.1           22.2       25   760     31   951    13   020        11.1         8.1
Meridian city                                        9   181           1.8        55.8        62.1          2.3         83.3        14.7         72.7         3.5           20.6       25   869     29   602    11   045        10.1         8.1
Montpelier city                                      2   383            .3        68.0        26.4          2.1         73.8        13.5         55.4        14.9           24.4       20   295     26   295     9   574        16.3        16.3
Moscow city                                         17   357           2.8        38.9        71.3          4.2         91.8        46.9         60.4         6.0           37.2       20   525     30   990    10   430        22.3        11.3
Mountain Home city                                   7   111           2.3        31.1        61.3          4.7         86.0        20.9         68.4         6.4           26.2       27   682     30   653    11   970        10.9         7.4
Mountain Home AFB CDP                                4   897           1.8        14.0        86.4          2.8         97.7        16.2         82.9         6.9           23.6       19   940     19   940     7   231         7.5         5.7
Nampa city                                          24   081           1.2        47.7        56.3          2.7         73.2        11.3         60.0         5.3           19.9       19   881     23   678     9   344        15.5        11.3
Orofino city                                         2   729            .9        47.0        48.4          1.7         77.0        13.7         59.6        11.9           21.9       24   523     28   351    12   611        10.8         8.2
Payette city                                         4   938            .9        27.8        48.0          2.1         68.9         9.1         57.4         6.5           15.6       19   824     23   207     9   276        14.9        11.7

Pocatello city                                      42   421            .9        61.2        52.6          3.0         84.0        22.9         66.8         5.9           28.3       25   172     31   424    11   748        14.4        10.4
Post Falls city                                      7   174           1.2        34.8        57.5          2.3         78.2        10.2         69.1         9.7           16.0       24   205     27   527    10   091        10.9         9.4
Preston city                                         3   552             –        51.4        36.1          3.8         78.2        13.6         57.7         9.7           15.3       25   250     30   466     9   692         7.3         4.1
Rexburg city                                        13   557           3.1        46.9        71.5          4.0         89.7        20.9         48.3         8.8           24.9       19   420     24   225     6   716        41.1        15.6
Rigby city                                           2   482            .1        74.7        37.4          3.1         80.6        13.3         57.1         5.4           29.3       24   267     29   167    10   874         9.4         9.9
Rupert city                                          3   930           1.1        59.9        40.9          1.6         70.3         9.6         59.6         6.4           18.4       19   890     26   099     9   522        12.9         9.9
St. Anthony city                                     2   796            .6        70.9        40.6          1.2         78.4        13.0         65.3         7.5           27.0       23   068     28   611     9   015        14.4        13.5
Salmon city                                          2   876           1.1        49.9        50.4          1.4         73.2        11.9         56.2        10.9           18.0       16   659     20   822     9   143        25.3        20.0
Sandpoint city                                       5   004           2.1        39.2        55.4          1.6         77.4        17.7         59.9         8.7           23.9       19   097     22   379    10   706        18.5        14.6
Shelley city                                         3   146            .4        73.0        35.2          1.1         81.4        16.7         64.6         4.5           25.8       26   250     28   324     8   901        10.0         7.3
Soda Springs city                                    3   008           2.2        56.4        37.8          2.3         83.2        11.9         64.7        10.8           24.1       32   866     36   051    11   921         5.7         3.0
Twin Falls city                                     25   057           1.0        55.0        53.7          3.0         78.4        14.1         64.6         3.9           22.6       23   558     30   206    11   884        12.8         9.5
Weiser city                                          3   711            .8        44.4        49.4          1.4         69.8         8.3         46.9        10.8           25.0       15   434     20   193     8   087        22.7        13.9




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

                                                                                                                                                                                            Persons 25 years and
                                                                                             Persons 5 years and over                                                                               over

                                                                                                              Percent who speak a lan-                      Persons 16
                                                                                                              guage other than English     Persons en-            to 19
                                                                                                                      at home
American Indian Area                                                                                                                       rolled in el-   years Per-
                                                                                                                                             ementary          cent not     Persons 18                                      Persons
                                                                Native per-                        Percent                                      or high      enrolled in          to 24                                   under 18     Children ever
                                                                sons Per-         Percent    living in dif-                 And do not        school        school and     years Per-          Percent        Percent   years Per-          born per
                                                               cent born in living in dif-   ferent State                   speak Eng-       Percent in        not high        cent en-    high school    with bache-    cent living          1,000
                                                                   State of ferent house        or abroad                    lish " very        private          school        rolled in   graduate or   lor’s degree     with two       women 35
                                                 All persons      residence      in 1985          in 1985           Total         well"          school       graduate          college         higher      or higher       parents     to 44 years

AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION AND
 TRUST LAND
       All areas                                     6 005            71.3           45.9             9.2           31.1          10.6             1.4            22.5              6.8          64.1            4.2          52.6           2 953

Coeur d’Alene Reservation and Trust Lands,
 ID                                                     756           37.3           54.0            12.1           10.9            4.5               –           15.9              8.6          65.2            5.2          50.0           2 979
   Coeur d’Alene Reservation                            756           37.3           54.0            12.1           10.9            4.5               –           15.9              8.6          65.2            5.2          50.0           2 979

Duck Valley Reservation, ID--NV (pt.)                   183           24.0           33.9            28.5           46.1          14.5                –           25.0            33.3           73.8            2.4          26.2           3 786

Fort Hall Reservation and Trust Lands, ID            3 085            84.8           43.4             4.6           33.8          11.0             1.5            23.7              2.8          58.8            2.4          55.6           2 972
   Fort Hall Reservation                             3 085            84.8           43.4             4.6           33.8          11.0             1.5            23.7              2.8          58.8            2.4          55.6           2 972

Kootenai Reservation, ID                                96            79.1           26.6             6.3           57.0           8.9            12.5            25.0            33.3           73.2              –          69.2           3 333
Nez Perce Reservation, ID                            1 885            67.0           48.5            13.7           32.1          12.0             1.4            24.0            10.7           70.6            7.1          50.5           2 811




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

                                                                                                  Own children under 6
                                                 Persons 16 years and over Percent in labor       years in families and                             Employed persons 16 years and over                      Workers 16 years and over
                                                                    force                              subfamilies


                                                                                                                                        Percent at work 35 or more hours
                                                                                Female               Living       Living
American Indian Area                                                                              with two     with one                         in reference week              Percent
                                                                                                 parents       parent        Civilian                                         govern-
                                                                                                    Percent      Percent        labor                                             ment                                 Percent
                                                                                     With own    with both          with    force                                             workers     Percent in                     using         Mean
                                                                                      children   parents in    parent in     Percent                                            (local,    manufac-                     public   travel time
                                                                                      under 6         labor        labor      unem-                                          State, or     turing in-   Percent in   transpor-      to work
                                                    Total        Male        Total       years        force        force      ployed        Total        Male      Female     Federal)      dustries     carpools       tation     (minutes)

AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION AND
 TRUST LAND
       All areas                                    56.5         60.6        52.3         60.7        53.8         67.5        24.8         76.2         76.7        75.7        44.4          15.5          19.3          .2          18.9

Coeur d’Alene Reservation and Trust Lands,
 ID                                                 50.0         52.1        47.6         48.2        25.5         54.8        17.7         75.0         77.0        73.0        47.5          13.0          16.9         1.5          18.1
   Coeur d’Alene Reservation                        50.0         52.1        47.6         48.2        25.5         54.8        17.7         75.0         77.0        73.0        47.5          13.0          16.9         1.5          18.1

Duck Valley Reservation, ID--NV (pt.)               64.8         66.1        63.5         75.0        33.3       100.0         18.6         91.2         96.3        86.7        42.1           7.0          15.8           –          17.1

Fort Hall Reservation and Trust Lands, ID           55.7         60.7        50.5         58.9        57.3         60.8        26.5         76.1         75.8        76.5        41.8          12.1          22.9           –          21.0
   Fort Hall Reservation                            55.7         60.7        50.5         58.9        57.3         60.8        26.5         76.1         75.8        76.5        41.8          12.1          22.9           –          21.0

Kootenai Reservation, ID                            73.5         66.7        81.8         83.3        94.1         33.3         8.3         57.6         66.7        50.0        78.8           3.0             –           –           5.8
Nez Perce Reservation, ID                           59.0         63.4        54.9         67.2        53.6         78.3        26.1         76.3         76.5        76.2        45.4          23.0          16.3          .2          17.1




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

                                                                                                                                                                    Median income in
                                                                                                                             Median income in                     1989 of year-round
                                                            Percent of employed persons 16 years and over                                                                                      Income in 1989 below poverty level
                                                                                                                              1989 (dollars)                     full-time workers (dol-
                                                                                                                                                                           lars)


                                                                                                                                                                                           Percent of persons for whom
American Indian Area                                                                                                                                                                       poverty status is determined
                                               Manageri- Technical,
                                                  al and sales, and                                  Precision
                                                 profes-   adminis-                    Farming,       produc-      Opera-
                                                   sional    trative                   forestry,         tion, tors, fab-                          Per capita                                           Related
                                                specialty   support         Service   and fish-    craft, and    ricators,                         income in                                           children
                                                 occupa-    occupa-        occupa-    ing occu-    repair oc- and labor-      House-                    1989                                          under 18    65 years   Percent of
                                                    tions      tions          tions      pations    cupations          ers     holds    Families     (dollars)        Male       Female    All ages       years   and over     families

AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATION AND
 TRUST LAND
       All areas                                    18.4         25.1        16.1          8.0           6.5         25.8    16 556     17 451        5 254       20 208        15 117        41.0        47.3       38.0           37.0

Coeur d’Alene Reservation and Trust Lands,
 ID                                                 18.5         31.0        19.0          8.0           8.5         15.0    17 670     17 417        5 766       23 194        15 833        40.0        48.6       20.4           31.9
   Coeur d’Alene Reservation                        18.5         31.0        19.0          8.0           8.5         15.0    17 670     17 417        5 766       23 194        15 833        40.0        48.6       20.4           31.9

Duck Valley Reservation, ID--NV (pt.)                 3.5        17.5        35.1         21.1          14.0          8.8    20 750     20 500        5 397       18 333        16 528        35.5        40.5       50.0           31.0

Fort Hall Reservation and Trust Lands, ID           16.5         21.8        15.1          7.0           7.4         32.2    14 333     15 458        4 610       18 750        14 757        48.6        56.1       62.6           43.8
   Fort Hall Reservation                            16.5         21.8        15.1          7.0           7.4         32.2    14 333     15 458        4 610       18 750        14 757        48.6        56.1       62.6           43.8

Kootenai Reservation, ID                            24.2         48.5           –         18.2             –          9.1    16 875     17 500        4 992       16 250        13 750        36.5        38.5          –           36.4
Nez Perce Reservation, ID                           22.4         27.1        15.5          7.5           4.2         23.3    17 924     18 516        6 102       21 094        15 078        29.7        33.1       18.9           29.9




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Table 17.           Ancestry: 1990
[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

                                                                                                                           Urban                                                            Rural

State                                                                                                      Inside urbanized area                  Outside urbanized area

Urban and Rural and Size of Place                                                                                                                   Place of       Place of                  Place of
                                                                                                                                                  10,000 or       2,500 to                  1,000 to      Place of less
                                                                 The State              Total           Total   Central place      Urban fringe        more          9,999          Total      2,499       than 1,000     Rural farm

             All persons                                       1 006    749      578    376      278    439        215    725         62    714    159   825      140   112   428   373      47     795       48    005     44   869
Ancestry specified                                               903    439      518    940      251    230        194    690         56    540    141   368      126   342   384   499      43     099       43    032     41   170
    Single ancestry                                              518    189      284    876      131    288        101    978         29    310     78   255       75   333   233   313      27     572       26    586     25   476
    Multiple ancestry                                            385    250      234    064      119    942         92    712         27    230     63   113       51   009   151   186      15     527       16    446     15   694
Ancestry unclassified or not reported                            103    310       59    436       27    209         21    035          6    174     18   457       13   770    43   874       4     696        4    973      3   699
             Total ancestries reported                         2 013    498    1 156    752      556    878        431    450        125    428    319   650      280   224   856   746      95     590       96    010     89   738
Acadian                                                                 374             285             100                65                35          138             47          89               2              18            2
Albanian                                                                 21              17              10                10                 –            7              –           4               –               4            –
Arab                                                                    740             505             260               144               116          180             65         235              31              22           16
    Egyptian                                                             40              31               6                 6                 –           25              –           9               9               –            –
    Iraqi                                                                26              13              13                13                 –            –              –          13               –               –            –
    Jordanian                                                             7               –               –                 –                 –            –              –           7               4               3            –
    Lebanese                                                            285             155              38                38                 –           73             44         130              11               7           16
    Palestinian                                                          23              11              11                 –                11            –              –          12               2               –            –
    Syrian                                                              145             106              76                29                47           30              –          39               2               2            –
    Arab/ Arabic                                                        183             175             108                50                58           46             21           8               –               6            –
    Other Arab                                                           31              14               8                 8                 –            6              –          17               3               4            –
Armenian                                                                147              98              44                44                 –            7             47          49               8               –           13
Assyrian                                                                 59              52              46                46                 –            –              6           7               –               7            –
Australian                                                              375             245             123                51                72           76             46         130              14              16           23
Austrian                                                            2   767         1   709             955               656               299          460            294     1   058             111             129          128
Basque                                                              5   587         3   408         2   190           1   875               315          684            534     2   179             242              82          402
Belgian                                                                 910             580             325               248                77           97            158         330              29              33           86
Brazilian                                                               129              70              24                24                 –           21             25          59              11               4            –
British                                                             5   121         3   783         2   384           1   832               552          888            511     1   338             164             142          124
Bulgarian                                                                80              37              29                23                 6            6              2          43               –               8            –
Canadian                                                            2   326         1   357             464               300               164          574            319         969             124              82          110
Celtic                                                                  122              59              32                23                 9           21              6          63               1               9            7
Croatian                                                                981             649             418               327                91          134             97         332               2              15            9
Czech                                                              5    257         3   169         1   602           1   229               373          964            603     2   088             201             126          360
Czechoslovakian                                                    1    260             790             452               393                59          199            139         470              27              53           33
Danish                                                            40    297       21    904       12    422           9   336           3   086      4   056        5   426    18   393       1     275         2   175      2   631
Dutch                                                             35    881       19    879        8    985           6   779           2   206      5   691        5   203    16   002       1     884         1   677      1   816
Eastern European                                                         24               6               –                 –                 –            6              –          18               –               –            –
English                                                          290    526      161    820       84    490         65    112          19   378     36   248       41   082   128   706      11     532       14    618     16   081
Estonian                                                                 71              48              16                16                 –           32              –          23               –               –            –
European                                                           3    757        2    429         1   330           1   049               281          551            548     1   328              48              75          144
Finnish                                                            3    937        2    046             764               502               262          680            602     1   891             212             264          205
French (except Basque)                                            45    801       26    706       13    242         10    393           2   849      7   671        5   793    19   095       2     231         2   075      1   968
French Canadian                                                    7    529        4    834        2    209          1    833               376      1   667            958     2   695             298             260          163
German                                                           278    851      163    184       78    181         60    050          18   131     49   154       35   849   115   667      12     744       11    883     12   600
Greek                                                              2    525        1    706        1    164          1    038               126          270            272         819              71              27           33
Guyanese                                                                  –               –               –                 –                 –            –              –           –               –               –            –
Hungarian                                                           2   455         1   685             928               675               253          482            275         770             129             111           42
Icelander                                                               408             181             125                74                51           25             31         227              19               6           16
Iranian                                                                 366             332             181               119                62          101             50          34               3               7            –
Irish                                                            141    907       88    795       42    949         33    505           9   444     25   325       20   521    53   112       6     894         5   834      4   208
Israeli                                                                  45              30               –                 –                 –           23              7          15              15               –            –
Italian                                                           23    863       15    464         8   546           6   957           1   589      3   770        3   148     8   399       1     062             847          560
Latvian                                                                  47              42              20                20                 –            –             22           5               –               5            –
Lithuanian                                                              831             486             237               192                45          134            115         345              22              20           18
Luxemburger                                                             207             123              44                44                 –           40             39          84               2              11           34
Macedonian                                                               74              64              51                 6                45           13              –          10              10               –            –
Maltese                                                                  28              23              17                17                 –            6              –           5               –               –            –
Northern European                                                       785             489             201               201                 –          194             94         296              19              17           29
Norwegian                                                         32    956       19    711         8   671           6   761           1   910      6   771        4   269    13   245       1     534         1   513      1   323
Pennsylvania German                                                     930             545             205               150                55          153            187         385              57              35           44
Polish                                                            11    540         7   393         4   110           3   301               809      1   908        1   375     4   147             441             357          255
Portuguese                                                         2    717         1   446             553               421               132          415            478     1   271             129             116          179
Romanian                                                                470             319             149               115                34          125             45         151              37              15            –
Russian                                                            4    152        2    565        1    291           1   107               184          784            490     1   587             168             163          126
Scandinavian                                                      10    349        6    393        3    233           2   425               808      2   110        1   050     3   956             382             340          524
Scotch-Irish                                                      26    230       16    702        8    029           6   384           1   645      5   309        3   364     9   528       1     300         1   152      1   244
Scottish                                                          39    890       22    915       11    870           9   493           2   377      6   062        4   983    16   975       1     611         1   980      1   824
Serbian                                                                 161             140              56                44                12           31             53          21               –               4            –
Slavic                                                                  207             135              68                62                 6           52             15          72               2              17            –
Slovak                                                              2   582         1   777             980               837               143          496            301         805              33              57           48
Slovene                                                                 112              97              52                52                 –           39              6          15               5               –            –
Subsaharan African                                                      244             185             113               108                 5           56             16          59               4               5            –
    Cape Verdean                                                          –               –               –                 –                 –            –              –           –               –               –            –
    Ethiopian                                                             5               5               –                 –                 –            –              5           –               –               –            –
    Ghanian                                                               –               –               –                 –                 –            –              –           –               –               –            –
    Nigerian                                                             96              88              59                54                 5           29              –           8               –               2            –
    African                                                              80              56              37                37                 –           13              6          24               4               3            –
    Other Subsaharan African                                             63              36              17                17                 –           14              5          27               –               –            –
Swedish                                                           52    892       30    136       15    863         12    272           3   591      7   978        6   295    22   756       2     031         2   672      2   472
Swiss                                                             12    680        6    926        3    776          2    745           1   031      1   441        1   709     5   754             443             636          868
Turkish                                                                 103              76              29                29                 –           21             26          27               2               3            –
Ukrainian                                                               906             670             330               298                32          250             90         236              41              17           17
United States or American                                         43    268       22    400       10    901           8   277           2   624      6   173        5   326    20   868       3     025         2   489      2   188
Welsh                                                             20    746       12    245        7    275           5   715           1   560      2   306        2   664     8   501       1     343         1   074          981
West Indian (excluding Hispanic origin groups)                          393             262             118                90                28           68             76         131              12              17            –
    Bahamian                                                              8               8               –                 –                 –            –              8           –               –               –            –
    Barbadian                                                             –               –               –                 –                 –            –              –           –               –               –            –
    Belizean                                                              3               –               –                 –                 –            –              –           3               –               –            –
    British West Indian                                                   –               –               –                 –                 –            –              –           –               –               –            –
    Dutch West Indian                                                   176              71              25                17                 8           13             33         105               8              15            –
    Haitian                                                              32              32              27                27                 –            5              –           –               –               –            –
    Jamaican                                                             78              61              33                25                 8           22              6          17               –               –            –
    Trinidadian/ Tobagonian                                              43              43              15                15                 –           28              –           –               –               –            –
    West Indian                                                          53              47              18                 6                12            –             29           6               4               2            –
    Other West Indian                                                     –               –               –                 –                 –            –              –           –               –               –            –
Yugoslavian                                                        1    137             655             332               221               111          146            177         482              66              66           23
Other ancestries                                                 117    553       70    222       27    608         21    287           6   321     21   192       21   422    47   331       6     523         6   088      2   887




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Table 18.           Nativity, Citizenship, Year of Entry, Area of Birth, and Language Spoken at Home: 1990
[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

                                                                                                                          Urban                                                             Rural

State                                                                                                      Inside urbanized area                  Outside urbanized area

Urban and Rural and Size of Place                                                                                                                   Place of       Place of                  Place of
                                                                                                                                                  10,000 or       2,500 to                  1,000 to      Place of less
                                                                 The State              Total           Total   Central place      Urban fringe        more          9,999          Total      2,499       than 1,000     Rural farm

NATIVITY AND CITIZENSHIP
           All persons                                         1 006    749      578    376      278  439          215  725            62 714      159 825        140 112     428 373        47 795           48 005        44 869
Native                                                           977    844      562    148      272  224          210  882            61 342      154 106        135 818     415 696        46 231           46 760        44 139
Foreign born                                                      28    905       16    228        6  215            4  843             1 372        5 719          4 294      12 677         1 564            1 245           730
      Naturalized citizen                                         11    856        7    348        3  408            2  652               756        2 069          1 871       4 508           639              499           386
      Not a citizen                                               17    049        8    880        2  807            2  191               616        3 650          2 423       8 169           925              746           344
   Entered 1980 to 1990                                           13    027        7    066        2  389            1  808               581        3 035          1 642       5 961           683              571           279
      Naturalized citizen                                          1    995        1    197           523               347               176          381            293         798           170              102            43
   Entered 1965 to 1979                                            7    582        4    198         1 584             1 133               451        1 240          1 374       3 384           394              326           215
      Naturalized citizen                                          3    422        2    197         1 005               700               305          550            642       1 225           147              134           126

YEAR OF ENTRY
          Foreign-born persons                                    28    905       16    228         6 215             4 843             1 372        5 719          4 294      12 677         1 564             1 245           730
1987 to 1990                                                       5    979        3    418           942               728               214        1 775            701       2 561           273               262           106
1985 or 1986                                                       2    579        1    339           464               372                92          495            380       1 240           163               167            31
1982 to 1984                                                       2    440        1    280           529               421               108          418            333       1 160           125                86            96
1980 or 1981                                                       2    029        1    029           454               287               167          347            228       1 000           122                56            46
1975 to 1979                                                       3    434        1    828           643               469               174          621            564       1 606           161               172            67
1970 to 1974                                                       2    404        1    271           493               364               129          270            508       1 133           142               110            68
1965 to 1969                                                       1    744        1    099           448               300               148          349            302         645            91                44            80
1960 to 1964                                                       1    692        1    006           475               391                84          251            280         686            72                58            63
1950 to 1959                                                       3    298        2    019           967               826               141          580            472       1 279           183               107            76
Before 1950                                                        3    306        1    939           800               685               115          613            526       1 367           232               183            97

AREA OF BIRTH BY YEAR OF ENTRY
           Foreign-born persons                                   28 905          16 228            6 215             4 843             1 372        5 719          4 294      12 677         1 564             1 245           730
Europe                                                             6 176           3 737            1 866             1 524               342          972            899       2 439           265               217           223
      Entered 1980 to 1990                                         1 079             778              344               280                64          310            124         301            31                19            13
Soviet Union                                                         278             222              114               114                 –           71             37          56             9                 7             –
      Entered 1980 to 1990                                           127             127               87                87                 –           40              –           –             –                 –             –
Asia                                                               4 403           3 789            2 062             1 599               463        1 249            478         614            90                46            57
      Entered 1980 to 1990                                         2 523           2 298            1 171               889               282          905            222         225            35                 4             6
North America                                                     16 184           7 316            1 764             1 238               526        2 899          2 653       8 868         1 135               936           422
      Entered 1980 to 1990                                         8 366           3 294              603               368               235        1 463          1 228       5 072           601               526           243
   Canada                                                          3 349           2 082              736               565               171          898            448       1 267           142               141            95
      Entered 1980 to 1990                                           617             476               64                55                 9          381             31         141            13                15            22
South America                                                        521             371              134               123                11          185             52         150            15                 8            14
      Entered 1980 to 1990                                           283             192               56                56                 –          117             19          91             7                 5            11
Africa                                                               235             202               84                84                 –          106             12          33             4                 5             5
      Entered 1980 to 1990                                           141             125               44                44                 –           76              5          16             –                 5             3
Oceania                                                              334             227               77                77                 –           92             58         107            15                 9             –
      Entered 1980 to 1990                                           126             106               38                38                 –           53             15          20             4                 4             –
Area not reported                                                    774             364              114                84                30          145            105         410            31                17             9
      Entered 1980 to 1990                                           382             146               46                46                 –           71             29         236             5                 8             3

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME
           Persons 5 years and over                              926    703      531  315        255 501           198 464             57 037      147 832        127 982     395 388        43 925           44 227        42 192
Speak only English                                               867    708      497  468        243 168           188 639             54 529      136 321        117 979     370 240        40 567           41 668        40 117
Spanish                                                           37    081       20  303          5 481             4 248              1 233        7 592          7 230      16 778         2 554            1 695         1 126
French                                                             2    839        1  832            906               762                144          590            336       1 007            99              138           107
Italian                                                                 640           372            168               160                  8          112             92         268            29               35            27
Portuguese                                                              658           288            197               181                 16           31             60         370            39                8            85
German                                                              5   148         2 960          1 381             1 110                271          849            730       2 188           287              218           222
Yiddish                                                                   –             –              –                 –                  –            –              –           –             –                –             –
Other West Germanic                                                     594           306            166               137                 29           72             68         288            16                2            49
Scandinavian                                                            872           460            227               182                 45          144             89         412            55               43            45
Polish                                                                  366           319            199               155                 44           77             43          47             8                6             –
Russian                                                                 150            91             33                18                 15           51              7          59             4                7             5
South Slavic                                                             91            78             42                42                  –           24             12          13             –                4             3
Other Slavic                                                            474           279            177               171                  6           74             28         195            22               10             7
Greek                                                                   262           210            173               166                  7           16             21          52             –                –             5
Indic                                                                   207           199             89                81                  8           95             15           8             –                –             –
Other Indo-European languages                                           441           373            178               127                 51          134             61          68             9                8             7
Chinese                                                             1   029           905            495               402                 93          356             54         124            11                3            23
Japanese                                                            1   287           789            386               342                 44          269            134         498            57               39           183
Mon-Khmer                                                                50            50              8                 –                  8           42              –           –             –                –             –
Korean                                                                  550           422            241               169                 72           87             94         128            30               22            10
Tagalog                                                                 441           289             89                55                 34           77            123         152            23                6             6
Vietnamese                                                              528           467            315               231                 84          110             42          61             2                2             2
Arabic                                                                  221           186            128                93                 35           51              7          35             4                –             –
Hungarian                                                               152           110             89                31                 58           14              7          42            15                5             2
Native North American languages                                     2   327           902            235               169                 66          134            533       1 425            23              264            65
Other languages                                                     2   587         1 657            930               793                137          510            217         930            71               44            96

LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME BY ABILITY TO
 SPEAK ENGLISH
            Persons 5 years and over                             926    703      531    315      255    501        198  464            57 037      147 832        127 982     395 388        43     925       44 227        42 192
Speak English only                                               867    708      497    468      243    168        188  639            54 529      136 321        117 979     370 240        40     567       41 668        40 117
Spanish                                                           37    081       20    303        5    481          4  248             1 233        7 592          7 230      16 778         2     554        1 695         1 126
   Speak English " very well"                                     21    671       12    694        3    711          2  995               716        4 708          4 275       8 977         1     373          933           677
   Speak English " well"                                           6    707        3    816             926             723               203        1 361          1 529       2 891               460          295           204
   Speak English " not well"                                       5    917        2    856             768             491               277        1 052          1 036       3 061               471          352           183
   Speak English " not at all"                                     2    786             937              76              39                37          471            390       1 849               250          115            62
Other Indo-European languages                                     12    742         7   767         3   936           3 292               644        2 269          1 562       4 975               568          479           562
   Speak English " very well"                                      9    425         5   607         2   810           2 398               412        1 622          1 175       3 818               380          354           430
   Speak English " well"                                           1    814         1   217             594             531                63          360            263         597               121           61            54
   Speak English " not well"                                       1    417             912             523             354               169          271            118         505                64           64            63
   Speak English " not at all"                                           86              31               9               9                 –           16              6          55                 3            –            15
Asian and Pacific Island languages                                  5   059         3   822         2   016           1 612               404        1 262            544       1 237               126           91           226
   Speak English " very well"                                       2   772         1   984         1   035             811               224          599            350         788                88           65           125
   Speak English " well"                                            1   415         1   145             582             451               131          448            115         270                24           22            60
   Speak English " not well"                                            825             653             375             332                43          211             67         172                 7            4            41
   Speak English " not at all"                                           47              40              24              18                 6            4             12           7                 7            –             –
All other languages                                                 4   113         1   955             900             673               227          388            667       2 158               110          294           161
   Speak English " very well"                                       2   831         1   304             594             483               111          308            402       1 527                90          185           116
   Speak English " well"                                                887             483             204             135                69           68            211         404                11           63            31
   Speak English " not well"                                            342             152              86              39                47           12             54         190                 9           45            14
   Speak English " not at all"                                           53              16              16              16                 –            –              –          37                 –            1             –


SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS                                                                                                                                                                                 IDAHO 31
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Table 19.           Place of Birth of Foreign-Born Persons: 1990
[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

                                                                                                                        Urban                                                         Rural

State                                                                                                    Inside urbanized area                  Outside urbanized area

Urban and Rural and Size of Place                                                                                                                 Place of       Place of              Place of
                                                                                                                                                10,000 or       2,500 to              1,000 to    Place of less
                                                                 The State           Total           Total    Central place      Urban fringe        more          9,999      Total      2,499     than 1,000     Rural farm

            Foreign-born persons                                  28 905          16 228            6 215           4 843             1 372        5 719          4 294     12 677      1 564           1 245           730
Europe                                                             6 176           3 737            1 866           1 524               342          972            899      2 439        265             217           223
   Austria                                                           163             109               32              26                 6           34             43         54          3               2             –
   Belgium                                                            40              28               17               7                10           11              –         12          –               4             –
   Czechoslovakia                                                    152             114               63              53                10           26             25         38          3               –             3
   Denmark                                                           102              39               33              33                 –            6              –         63          2               2             8
   Estonia                                                            11               8                8               8                 –            –              –          3          –               –             –
   Finland                                                            48              35               15              15                 –           11              9         13          –               –             2
   France                                                            159             104               48              48                 –           39             17         55          3               6             8
   Germany                                                         1 579             907              441             375                66          266            200        672         74              63            53
   Greece                                                             46              38               26              26                 –            6              6          8          –               –             –
   Hungary                                                           114              88               67              22                45            –             21         26          5               5             2
   Ireland                                                           191             160               70              33                37           52             38         31          –              10             5
   Italy                                                             153              82               35              35                 –           39              8         71         18              10             3
   Latvia                                                              5               5                –               –                 –            –              5          –          –               –             –
   Lithuania                                                          33              27                7               7                 –           20              –          6          –               –             –
   Netherlands                                                       395             239              135             127                 8           40             64        156         11               4            17
   Norway                                                            198              90               36              36                 –           46              8        108         13               7            24
   Poland                                                            240             214              131              96                35           64             19         26          4               4             –
   Portugal                                                          180              21                –               –                 –           15              6        159          2               –            44
   Romania                                                            84              53                8               8                 –           43              2         31          9               3             –
   Spain                                                             640             326              214             181                33           53             59        314         39              18            33
   Sweden                                                            208             100               56              48                 8           17             27        108         16               6             –
   Switzerland                                                       118              65               43              36                 7            4             18         53          5              15             –
   United Kingdom                                                  1 222             812              339             262                77          158            315        410         50              56            21
   Yugoslavia                                                         55              49               18              18                 –           22              9          6          4               2             –
Soviet Union                                                         278             222              114             114                 –           71             37         56          9               7             –
Asia                                                               4 403           3 789            2 062           1 599               463        1 249            478        614         90              46            57
   Afghanistan                                                         6               6                –               –                 –            6              –          –          –               –             –
   Burma                                                               4               4                –               –                 –            4              –          –          –               –             –
   Cambodia                                                           42              39                3               3                 –           36              –          3          3               –             –
   China                                                             652             598              334             267                67          245             19         54          9               4             –
   Hong Kong                                                          49              47               38              26                12            9              –          2          –               –             –
   India                                                             137             126               69              61                 8           55              2         11          –               –             2
   Indonesia                                                         116              88               47              36                11           23             18         28          –               –             –
   Iran                                                              265             248              119              57                62           79             50         17          3               3             –
   Iraq                                                               18              18               13              13                 –            5              –          –          –               –             –
   Israel                                                             16              16                6               –                 6           10              –          –          –               –             –
   Japan                                                             673             526              274             242                32          188             64        147         20              13            47
   Jordan                                                             16              14               14               –                14            –              –          2          2               –             –
   Korea                                                             505             447              297             236                61           81             69         58         10              17             –
   Laos                                                              407             347              187             142                45          148             12         60          –               –             –
   Lebanon                                                             –               –                –               –                 –            –              –          –          –               –             –
   Malaysia                                                           35              30               19              19                 –            9              2          5          1               –             –
   Pakistan                                                           41              41                8               8                 –           33              –          –          –               –             –
   Philippines                                                       600             462              199             146                53          106            157        138         32               5             8
   Saudi Arabia                                                       15              15                6               6                 –            –              9          –          –               –             –
   Syria                                                              14              14                –               –                 –           14              –          –          –               –             –
   Taiwan                                                            110              89               58              52                 6           31              –         21          8               2             –
   Thailand                                                          142             103               33              33                 –           47             23         39          2               2             –
   Turkey                                                             13               6                –               –                 –            –              6          7          –               –             –
   Vietnam                                                           440             426              290             211                79           91             45         14          –               –             –
North America                                                     16 184           7 316            1 764           1 238               526        2 899          2 653      8 868      1 135             936           422
   Canada                                                          3 349           2 082              736             565               171          898            448      1 267        142             141            95
   Mexico                                                         12 343           4 853              937             607               330        1 857          2 059      7 490        983             770           324
   Caribbean                                                         198             174               51              43                 8           93             30         24          –               –             3
      Bahamas                                                          5               5                –               –                 –            5              –          –          –               –             –
      Barbados                                                        16              16                –               –                 –           16              –          –          –               –             –
      Cuba                                                            62              49               24              16                 8           19              6         13          –               –             –
      Dominican Republic                                               7               4                –               –                 –            –              4          3          –               –             –
      Grenada                                                          –               –                –               –                 –            –              –          –          –               –             –
      Haiti                                                           10              10                –               –                 –            5              5          –          –               –             –
      Jamaica                                                         43              35               20              20                 –           15              –          8          –               –             3
      Trinidad and Tobago                                             46              46                7               7                 –           24             15          –          –               –             –
   Central America                                                   288             201               34              17                17           51            116         87         10              25             –
      Belize                                                           –               –                –               –                 –            –              –          –          –               –             –
      Costa Rica                                                      17              17                –               –                 –           11              6          –          –               –             –
      El Salvador                                                     31               –                –               –                 –            –              –         31          4               2             –
      Guatemala                                                       61              31                –               –                 –           14             17         30          2              15             –
      Honduras                                                        54              42                –               –                 –           20             22         12          4               –             –
      Nicaragua                                                       66              66                6               6                 –            –             60          –          –               –             –
      Panama                                                          59              45               28              11                17            6             11         14          –               8             –
South America                                                        521             371              134             123                11          185             52        150         15               8            14
   Argentina                                                          84              68               24              22                 2           30             14         16          2               –             –
   Bolivia                                                            17              17                9               –                 9            8              –          –          –               –             –
   Brazil                                                             71              48               24              24                 –            7             17         23          5               3             1
   Chile                                                              78              46                –               –                 –           46              –         32          4               2            11
   Colombia                                                           55              52               27              27                 –           25              –          3          –               1             2
   Ecuador                                                            10               9                –               –                 –            –              9          1          –               –             –
   Guyana                                                             19              19               14              14                 –            5              –          –          –               –             –
   Peru                                                              154              85               32              32                 –           53              –         69          2               –             –
   Uruguay                                                             9               9                –               –                 –            4              5          –          –               –             –
   Venezuela                                                          13              11                4               4                 –            –              7          2          –               –             –
Africa                                                               235             202               84              84                 –          106             12         33          4               5             5
   Cape Verde                                                          –               –                –               –                 –            –              –          –          –               –             –
   Egypt                                                              33              31                6               6                 –           25              –          2          2               –             –
   Ethiopia                                                           10              10               10              10                 –            –              –          –          –               –             –
   Ghana                                                              11              11                7               7                 –            4              –          –          –               –             –
   Morocco                                                            20              20               14              14                 –            6              –          –          –               –             –
   Nigeria                                                            46              46               17              17                 –           29              –          –          –               –             –
   South Africa                                                       37              21                6               6                 –           10              5         16          2               2             3
Oceania                                                              334             227               77              77                 –           92             58        107         15               9             –
   Australia                                                         139              62               23              23                 –            5             34         77         10               9             –
   New Zealand                                                       102              84               43              43                 –           23             18         18          –               –             –
Area not reported                                                    774             364              114              84                30          145            105        410         31              17             9




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Table 20.           Age, Sex, Ability to Speak English, and Disability: 1990
[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

                                                                                                                          Urban                                                             Rural

State                                                                                                     Inside urbanized area                  Outside urbanized area

Urban and Rural and Size of Place                                                                                                                  Place of       Place of                   Place of
                                                                                                                                                 10,000 or       2,500 to                   1,000 to    Place of less
                                                                 The State             Total           Total   Central place      Urban fringe        more          9,999           Total      2,499     than 1,000     Rural farm

AGE AND SEX
          All persons                                          1 006    749      578    376      278    439       215    725          62 714      159    825     140    112   428    373     47 795         48  005       44 869
Under 3 years                                                     46    801       27    517       13    521        10    341           3 180        6    986       7    010    19    284      2 294          2  265        1 519
3 and 4 years                                                     33    245       19    544        9    417         6    920           2 497        5    007       5    120    13    701      1 576          1  513        1 158
5 to 9 years                                                      90    278       49    834       24    365        17    337           7 028       12    395      13    074    40    444      4 307          4  316        3 717
10 to 14 years                                                    89    987       46    970       23    433        16    751           6 682       11    088      12    449    43    017      4 191          4  585        4 455
15 to 17 years                                                    47    526       24    105       11    757         8    551           3 206        5    828       6    520    23    421      2 368          2  597        2 633
18 and 19 years                                                   32    685       22    231        8    603         6    793           1 810       10    060       3    568    10    454      1 218          1  154          969
20 to 24 years                                                    64    935       46    182       20    675        17    376           3 299       17    035       8    472    18    753      2 355          2  334        1 488
25 to 29 years                                                    71    943       46    181       23    137        18    550           4 587       12    451      10    593    25    762      3 181          3  044        1 817
30 to 34 years                                                    82    144       49    597       25    599        19    704           5 895       11    747      12    251    32    547      3 597          3  574        2 386
35 to 39 years                                                    79    904       45    620       24    236        18    557           5 679       11    131      10    253    34    284      3 385          3  576        3 079
40 to 44 years                                                    69    434       38    922       20    880        16    003           4 877        9    264       8    778    30    512      3 202          2  941        3 067
45 to 49 years                                                    54    797       28    359       14    553        10    759           3 794        7    275       6    531    26    438      2 458          2  527        2 921
50 to 54 years                                                    44    113       22    783       10    879         8    282           2 597        5    983       5    921    21    330      2 245          2  208        2 886
55 to 59 years                                                    39    181       20    729        9    813         7    857           1 956        5    746       5    170    18    452      1 777          2  057        2 901
60 to 64 years                                                    38    638       19    758        9    088         7    456           1 632        5    364       5    306    18    880      2 146          2  153        2 950
65 to 74 years                                                    70    486       38    662       16    595        14    046           2 549       11    689      10    378    31    824      3 978          3  983        4 646
75 years and over                                                 50    652       31    382       11    888        10    442           1 446       10    776       8    718    19    270      3 517          3  178        2 277
          Female                                                 505    201      295    674      141    269       110    109          31 160       82    734      71    671   209    527     24 469         24  154       21 351
Under 3 years                                                     22    784       13    448        6    636         5    105           1 531        3    371       3    441     9    336      1 102          1  088          710
3 and 4 years                                                     16    100        9    501        4    406         3    279           1 127        2    536       2    559     6    599        734             748          571
5 to 9 years                                                      44    096       24    364       11    972         8    629           3 343        6    054       6    338    19    732      2 193           2 218        1 824
10 to 14 years                                                    43    451       22    791       11    343         7    934           3 409        5    319       6    129    20    660      2 019           2 230        2 074
15 to 17 years                                                    22    777       11    491        5    631         4    022           1 609        2    783       3    077    11    286      1 171           1 273        1 190
18 and 19 years                                                   16    616       12    030        4    361         3    610             751        5    884       1    785     4    586        559             501          368
20 to 24 years                                                    31    387       22    605       10    223         8    557           1 666        8    244       4    138     8    782      1 156           1 091          611
25 to 29 years                                                    35    803       23    212       11    828         9    327           2 501        6    000       5    384    12    591      1 636           1 521          911
30 to 34 years                                                    40    991       24    672       12    877         9    897           2 980        5    777       6    018    16    319      1 828           1 776        1 189
35 to 39 years                                                    39    595       22    859       12    259         9    336           2 923        5    576       5    024    16    736      1 664           1 712        1 524
40 to 44 years                                                    34    236       19    448       10    278         7    832           2 446        4    686       4    484    14    788      1 580           1 485        1 430
45 to 49 years                                                    27    053       14    171        7    218         5    431           1 787        3    692       3    261    12    882      1 241           1 245        1 503
50 to 54 years                                                    22    028       11    717        5    511         4    249           1 262        3    148       3    058    10    311      1 212           1 081        1 414
55 to 59 years                                                    20    067       10    738        5    019         4    019           1 000        3    055       2    664     9    329        962           1 027        1 421
60 to 64 years                                                    19    820       10    628        4    802         4    064             738        2    928       2    898     9    192      1 116           1 125        1 407
65 to 74 years                                                    37    865       21    821        9    196         7    909           1 287        6    757       5    868    16    044      2 128           2 181        2 146
75 years and over                                                 30    532       20    178        7    709         6    909             800        6    924       5    545    10    354      2 168           1 852        1 058
Median age for all persons                                             31.6            30.7            30.8             31.3            29.0            29.6           31.3         33.0       33.3            33.1         38.7
  Male                                                                 30.8            29.6            30.0             30.3            28.6            28.4           30.2         32.5       32.1            32.2         38.4
  Female                                                               32.4            31.7            31.6             32.3            29.3            31.0           32.5         33.4       34.6            34.0         39.0
ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
          Persons 5 years and over                               926   703       531   315       255  501         198  464            57 037      147 832        127 982      395 388        43 925         44 227        42 192
Speak a language other than English                               58   995        33   847        12  333           9  825             2 508       11 511         10 003       25 148         3 358          2 559         2 075
     5 to 17 years                                                13   241         7   482         2  335           1  676               659        2 559          2 588        5 759           817            563           302
     18 to 64 years                                               40   540        23   393         8  698           6  971             1 727        8 194          6 501       17 147         2 174          1 775         1 503
     65 to 74 years                                                2   918         1   581            799              734                65          351            431        1 337           220            127           173
     75 years and over                                             2   296         1   391            501              444                57          407            483          905           147             94            97
  Do not speak English " very well"                               22   296        12   258          4 183            3 138             1 045        4 274          3 801       10 038         1 427          1 022           727
     5 to 17 years                                                 4   633         2   729            859              593               266          929            941        1 904           298            216           115
     18 to 64 years                                               15   869         8   476          2 915            2 180               735        3 092          2 469        7 393           959            744           529
     65 to 74 years                                                    980             572            254              228                26          133            185          408            95             42            45
     75 years and over                                                 814             481            155              137                18          120            206          333            75             20            38
ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH IN HOUSEHOLD
Linguistically isolated households                                 4   299         2   382           787              636                151          895            700        1   917         330            223           112
             Persons 5 years and over in households              905   383       514   917       250 944          194 382             56 562      139 016        124 957      390   466      43 533         43 988        42 192
In linguistically isolated households                             10   816         5   588         1 665            1 146                519        2 169          1 754        5   228         914            541           250
   5 to 17 years                                                   2   866         1   555           436              272                164          544            575        1   311         267            148            23
   18 to 64 years                                                  7   043         3   506         1 039              689                350        1 491            976        3   537         542            359           194
   65 to 74 years                                                      506             304           122              117                  5           73            109            202          53             25            21
   75 years and over                                                   401             223            68               68                  –           61             94            178          52              9            12
DISABILITY STATUS OF CIVILIAN
 NONINSTITUTIONALIZED PERSONS
          Males 16 to 64 years                                   298   158       170 983          85 205           66 331             18 874       48 423         37 355      127 175        13 310         13 826        13 606
  With a mobility or self-care limitation                          7   682         4 372           1 994            1 571                423        1 389            989        3 310           536            388           281
       With a mobility limitation                                  4   323         2 454           1 021              762                259          852            581        1 869           265            248           118
          In labor force                                           1   084           648             292              233                 59          226            130          436            81             46            54
       With a self-care limitation                                 5   369         2 989           1 414            1 138                276          921            654        2 380           392            276           217
With a work disability                                            29   683        15 941           7 373            5 672              1 701        4 562          4 006       13 742         1 677          1 714         1 149
          In labor force                                          16   555         9 137           4 648            3 596              1 052        2 436          2 053        7 418           863            826           792
       Prevented from working                                     11   051         5 574           2 103            1 568                535        1 833          1 638        5 477           732            777           272
No work disability                                               268   475       155 042          77 832           60 659             17 173       43 861         33 349      113 433        11 633         12 112        12 457
          In labor force                                         238   821       137 831          70 733           54 929             15 804       36 703         30 395      100 990        10 424         10 756        11 203
          Females 16 to 64 years                                 300   863       178 471          87 655           68 707             18 948       50 603         40 213      122 392        13 651         13 348        12 573
  With a mobility or self-care limitation                          8   304         4 918           2 179            1 717                462        1 558          1 181        3 386           597            354           374
       With a mobility limitation                                  5   001         2 944           1 241              957                284        1 031            672        2 057           286            227           206
          In labor force                                           1   115           722             327              270                 57          254            141          393            61             55            55
       With a self-care limitation                                 5   272         3 142           1 391            1 098                293          963            788        2 130           429            219           209
With a work disability                                            24   485        14 139           6 146            4 983              1 163        4 316          3 677       10 346         1 380          1 329           935
          In labor force                                           9   772         6 054           2 938            2 415                523        1 685          1 431        3 718           465            472           307
       Prevented from working                                     11   288         6 228           2 410            1 933                477        2 024          1 794        5 060           745            673           448
No work disability                                               276   378       164 332          81 509           63 724             17 785       46 287         36 536      112 046        12 271         12 019        11 638
          In labor force                                         192   500       119 214          60 903           47 913             12 990       32 047         26 264       73 286         8 543          7 848         7 261
          Males 65 to 74 years                                    32   278        16 537           7 217            6 021              1 196        4 888          4 432       15 741         1 822          1 802         2 500
With a mobility or self-care limitation                            2   384         1 359             555              448                107          472            332        1 025           170            110            85
  With a mobility limitation                                       1   763           974             387              315                 72          369            218          789           134             93            52
  With a self-care limitation                                      1   520           907             362              288                 74          299            246          613           113             59            69
          Females 65 to 74 years                                  37   283        21 307           9 003            7 732              1 271        6 541          5 763       15 976         2 109          2 181         2 146
With a mobility or self-care limitation                            3   720         2 291             859              783                 76          847            585        1 429           221            164           172
  With a mobility limitation                                       2   834         1 685             617              565                 52          621            447        1 149           196            137           121
  With a self-care limitation                                      2   026         1 256             486              442                 44          443            327          770            96             76           103
          Males 75 years and over                                 18   854        10 125           3 804            3 280                524        3 424          2 897        8 729         1 270          1 310         1 219
With a mobility or self-care limitation                            3   627         2 063             788              633                155          725            550        1 564           219            218           162
  With a mobility limitation                                       3   018         1 647             628              496                132          537            482        1 371           196            201           136
  With a self-care limitation                                      1   946         1 143             352              287                 65          497            294          803           127            123            57
          Females 75 years and over                               26   863        17 059           6 616            5 908                708        5 628          4 815        9 804         1 967          1 832         1 058
With a mobility or self-care limitation                            7   346         4 851           1 943            1 737                206        1 637          1 271        2 495           515            452           274
  With a mobility limitation                                       6   541         4 237           1 717            1 525                192        1 350          1 170        2 304           483            425           259
  With a self-care limitation                                      3   562         2 337             912              834                 78          883            542        1 225           241            215           109


SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS                                                                                                                                                                               IDAHO 33
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Table 21.          Fertility and Household and Family Composition: 1990
[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

                                                                                                                           Urban                                                              Rural

State                                                                                                      Inside urbanized area                   Outside urbanized area

Urban and Rural and Size of Place                                                                                                                    Place of       Place of                   Place of
                                                                                                                                                   10,000 or       2,500 to                   1,000 to      Place of less
                                                                 The State              Total           Total   Central place      Urban fringe         more          9,999           Total      2,499       than 1,000     Rural farm

FERTILITY
           Women 15 to 24 years                                   70 780          46 126          20 215            16 189              4 026        16 911          9 000       24 654         2 886             2 865        2 169
        Children ever born                                        23 580          14 990           6 067             4 703              1 364         4 491          4 432        8 590         1 281             1 273          389
           Per 1,000 women                                           333             325             300               291                339           266            492          348           444               444          179
Women ever married                                                19 892          13 218           5 764             4 606              1 158         4 034          3 420        6 674           979               855          360
        Children ever born                                        19 824          12 415           4 986             3 750              1 236         3 676          3 753        7 409         1 134             1 072          291
           Per 1,000 women                                           997             939             865               814              1 067           911          1 097        1 110         1 158             1 254          808
           Women 25 to 34 years                                   76 794          47 884          24 705            19 224              5 481        11 777         11 402       28 910         3 464             3 297        2 100
        Children ever born                                       137 347          78 443          37 765            27 406             10 359        18 990         21 688       58 904         6 982             6 862        4 757
           Per 1,000 women                                         1 789           1 638           1 529             1 426              1 890         1 612          1 902        2 037         2 016             2 081        2 265
Women ever married                                                67 720          41 179          20 957            15 878              5 079         9 997         10 225       26 541         3 136             2 980        1 950
        Children ever born                                       134 659          76 748          37 100            26 835             10 265        18 414         21 234       57 911         6 802             6 673        4 729
           Per 1,000 women                                         1 988           1 864           1 770             1 690              2 021         1 842          2 077        2 182         2 169             2 239        2 425
           Women 35 to 44 years                                   73 831          42 307          22 537            17 168              5 369        10 262          9 508       31 524         3 244             3 197        2 954
        Children ever born                                       178 057          94 806          49 393            35 706             13 687        22 483         22 930       83 251         8 229             8 726        8 549
           Per 1,000 women                                         2 412           2 241           2 192             2 080              2 549         2 191          2 412        2 641         2 537             2 729        2 894
  No children                                                      9 349           6 033           3 463             2 889                574         1 476          1 094        3 316           302               309          236
  1 child                                                          9 729           6 357           3 437             2 814                623         1 543          1 377        3 372           351               312          258
  2 children                                                      24 201          14 155           7 603             5 655              1 948         3 613          2 939       10 046         1 179               956          939
  3 children                                                      15 693           8 681           4 486             3 449              1 037         2 115          2 080        7 012           754               792          617
  4 children                                                       7 629           3 876           1 883             1 349                534           825          1 168        3 753           332               365          393
  5 or more children                                               7 230           3 205           1 665             1 012                653           690            850        4 025           326               463          511
Women ever married                                                70 878          40 251          21 439            16 173              5 266         9 682          9 130       30 627         3 132             3 082        2 886
        Children ever born                                       177 355          94 416          49 163            35 489             13 674        22 393         22 860       82 939         8 173             8 683        8 527
           Per 1,000 women                                         2 502           2 346           2 293             2 194              2 597         2 313          2 504        2 708         2 610             2 817        2 955

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND RELATIONSHIP
           All persons                                         1 006    749      578     376     278     439       215    725          62    714    159    825     140    112   428    373     47    795        48    005     44 869
In households                                                    985    233      561     878     273     829       211    590          62    239    150    972     137    077   423    355     47    403        47    766     44 869
   Family householder                                            265    597      149     308      72     968        56    587          16    381     39    187      37    153   116    289     12    952        12    822     13 207
      Male                                                       227    142      122     641      60     008        45    957          14    051     31    919      30    714   104    501     10    901        11    199     12 641
      Female                                                      38    455       26     667      12     960        10    630           2    330      7    268       6    439    11    788      2    051         1    623        566
   Nonfamily householder                                          95    835       65     644      31     084        27    660           3    424     20    067      14    493    30    191      5    175         5    012      2 069
      Male                                                        44    613       29     103      14     719        12    938           1    781      8    450       5    934    15    510      2    092         2    221      1 249
      Female                                                      51    222       36     541      16     365        14    722           1    643     11    617       8    559    14    681      3    083         2    791        820
   Spouse                                                        226    886      123     431      60     885        46    476          14    409     31    928      30    618   103    455     10    664        11    035     12 468
   Child                                                         340    189      186     234      92     728        67    631          25    097     45    957      47    549   153    955     16    076        16    603     15 660
   Other relatives                                                22    945       13     108       6     026         4    622           1    404      3    559       3    523     9    837      1    242         1    032        926
   Nonrelatives                                                   33    781       24     153      10     138         8    614           1    524     10    274       3    741     9    628      1    294         1    262        539
In group quarters                                                 21    516       16     498       4     610         4    135                475      8    853       3    035     5    018           392              239          –
Persons per household                                                  2.73             2.61            2.63             2.51               3.14          2.55           2.65         2.89          2.62             2.68       2.94
Persons per family                                                     3.22             3.16            3.19             3.10               3.50          3.08           3.20         3.30          3.16             3.24       3.20

FAMILY TYPE BY PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN
            Families                                             265 597         149 308          72 968            56 587             16 381        39 187         37 153      116 289        12 952           12 822        13 207
With own children under 18 years                                 138 323          79 525          39 164            29 179              9 985        19 766         20 595       58 798         6 631            6 588         5 263
   With own children under 6 years                                65 131          38 959          19 168            14 342              4 826         9 638         10 153       26 172         3 074            3 053         2 115
            Married-couple families                              227 865         123 676          60 898            46 613             14 285        32 084         30 694      104 189        10 848           11 031        12 504
With own children under 18 years                                 113 964          62 630          31 411            22 812              8 599        15 127         16 092       51 334         5 215            5 393         5 053
   With own children under 6 years                                55 894          32 269          16 319            11 939              4 380         7 729          8 221       23 625         2 561            2 540         2 073
            Female householder, no husband present                27 854          19 873           9 402             7 851              1 551         5 529          4 942        7 981         1 612            1 233           298
With own children under 18 years                                  18 597          13 459           6 277             5 185              1 092         3 616          3 566        5 138         1 161              848            73
   With own children under 6 years                                 7 017           5 279           2 254             1 907                347         1 516          1 509        1 738           422              344            14
            Subfamilies                                            5 251           3 051           1 381             1 082                299           787            883        2 200           286              223           217
With own children under 18 years                                   4 429           2 565           1 107               858                249           674            784        1 864           221              204           204
            Married-couple subfamilies                             1 398             779             392               321                 71           191            196          619           112               38            47
With own children under 18 years                                     576             293             118                97                 21            78             97          283            47               19            34
            Mother-child subfamilies                               3 038           1 811             810               670                140           493            508        1 227           141              150           139
            Persons under 18 years                               307 837         167 970          82 493            59 900             22 593        41 304         44 173      139 867        14 736           15 276        13 482
Percent living with two parents                                     81.4            77.9            80.3              78.4               85.1          75.0           76.1         85.6          76.8             80.5          93.4

UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS
          Total                                                   10 230            6 791           3 417             2 895                 522       1 855          1 519        3 439               515            501           128
Male and female                                                   10 052            6 674           3 328             2 830                 498       1 836          1 510        3 378               506            495           127
Both male                                                             79               69              51                45                   6           9              9           10                 –              2             1
Both female                                                           99               48              38                20                  18          10              –           51                 9              4             –

SELECTED LIVING ARRANGEMENTS
           Households                                            361 432         214 952         104 052            84 247             19 805        59 254         51 646      146 480        18 127           17 834        15 276
With one or more subfamilies                                       5 035           2 908           1 356             1 063                293           728            824        2 127           280              206           201
With related members 15 years and over other than
 spouse, children, parents, or parents-in-law of
 householder                                                        9 698           5 645           2 764             2 142                 622       1 554          1 327        4 053               481            413           390
With roomer, boarder, or foster child 15 years and over             3 091           1 852             822               596                 226         680            350        1 239               111            130            92

LABOR FORCE STATUS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
           Married-couple families                               227   865       123    676       60    898         46 613             14 285        32 084         30 694      104   189      10 848           11 031        12 504
Husband employed or in Armed Forces                              172   887        95    290       49    101         36 948             12 153        23 328         22 861       77   597       7 540            7 555        10 150
  Wife employed or in Armed Forces                               112   177        64    794       33    967         25 651              8 316        15 900         14 927       47   383       4 745            4 610         5 727
  Wife unemployed                                                  4   942         2    636        1    035            819                216           669            932        2   306         294              250            98
  Wife not in labor force                                         55   768        27    860       14    099         10 478              3 621         6 759          7 002       27   908       2 501            2 695         4 325
Husband unemployed                                                 6   743         3    133        1    237            914                323           813          1 083        3   610         448              623           146
  Wife employed or in Armed Forces                                 3   831         1    884             852            620                232           532            500        1   947         234              330            62
  Wife unemployed                                                      729              356              90             84                  6            72            194            373          64               48            18
  Wife not in labor force                                          2   183              893             295            210                 85           209            389        1   290         150              245            66
Husband not in labor force                                        48   235        25    253       10    560          8 751              1 809         7 943          6 750       22   982       2 860            2 853         2 208
  Wife employed or in Armed Forces                                 9   181         4    735        1    984          1 562                422         1 503          1 248        4   446         588              548           387
  Wife unemployed                                                      544              345             123             95                 28           121            101            199          40               26             7
  Wife not in labor force                                         38   510        20    173         8   453          7 094              1 359         6 319          5 401       18   337       2 232            2 279         1 814
           Female householder, no husband present                 27   854        19    873         9   402          7 851              1 551         5 529          4 942        7   981       1 612            1 233           298
Employed or in Armed Forces                                       18   461        13    630         6   838          5 634              1 204         3 691          3 101        4   831       1 029              744           136
Unemployed                                                         1   418              962             274            232                 42           283            405            456          76               78             6
Not in labor force                                                 7   975          5   281         2   290          1 985                305         1 555          1 436        2   694         507              411           156


34      IDAHO                                                                                                                                                            SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS
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Table 22.           School Enrollment and Educational Attainment: 1990
[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

                                                                                                                          Urban                                                             Rural

State                                                                                                     Inside urbanized area                  Outside urbanized area

Urban and Rural and Size of Place                                                                                                                  Place of       Place of                   Place of
                                                                                                                                                 10,000 or       2,500 to                   1,000 to    Place of less
                                                                 The State             Total           Total   Central place      Urban fringe        more          9,999           Total      2,499     than 1,000     Rural farm

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL
            Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school          295    638      173   049        83   197         62   943           20 254       52   178       37   674    122   589      12 342         13 027        12 609
Preprimary school                                                 18    745       11   119         5   472          4   092            1 380        2   722        2   925      7   626         814            852           679
   Public school                                                  13    317        7   349         3   312          2   445              867        1   747        2   290      5   968         667            717           545
Elementary or high school                                        210    095      110   539        54   589         39   135           15 454       26   775       29   175     99   556      10 162         10 761        10 169
   Public school                                                 201    347      105   782        52   067         37   171           14 896       25   434       28   281     95   565       9 907         10 624         9 782
College                                                           66    798       51   391        23   136         19   716            3 420       22   681        5   574     15   407       1 366          1 414         1 761
   Public college                                                 53    740       40   828        21   343         18   228            3 115       14   585        4   900     12   912       1 139          1 233         1 486
            Persons 3 years and over enrolled in school          295    638      173   049        83   197         62   943           20 254       52   178       37   674    122   589      12 342         13 027        12 609
3 and 4 years                                                      6    183        4   038         2   145          1   713              432            933            960      2   145         204            246           199
5 to 14 years                                                    168    044       89   810        44   400         31   679           12 721       21   754       23   656     78   234       7 973          8 391         7 745
15 to 17 years                                                    44    152       22   191        10   891          7   899            2 992        5   389        5   911     21   961       2 216          2 433         2 501
18 and 19 years                                                   21    293       15   256         5   395          4   298            1 097        8   114        1   747      6   037         640            619           627
20 to 24 years                                                    20    635       17   634         7   251          6   491              760        9   199        1   184      3   001         232            313           304
25 to 34 years                                                    16    926       12   909         7   104          5   967            1 137        3   721        2   084      4   017         389            402           307
35 years and over                                                 18    405       11   211         6   011          4   896            1 115        3   068        2   132      7   194         688            623           926
Percent enrolled in school:
   3 and 4 years                                                    18.6            20.7            22.8             24.8               17.3         18.6           18.8         15.7          12.9            16.3         17.2
   5 to 14 years                                                    93.2            92.8            92.9             92.9               92.8         92.6           92.7         93.7          93.8            94.3         94.8
   15 to 17 years                                                   92.9            92.1            92.6             92.4               93.3         92.5           90.7         93.8          93.6            93.7         95.0
   18 and 19 years                                                  65.1            68.6            62.7             63.3               60.6         80.7           49.0         57.7          52.5            53.6         64.7
   20 to 24 years                                                   31.8            38.2            35.1             37.4               23.0         54.0           14.0         16.0           9.9            13.4         20.4
   25 to 34 years                                                   11.0            13.5            14.6             15.6               10.8         15.4            9.1          6.9           5.7             6.1          7.3
   35 years and over                                                 4.1             4.6             5.1              5.2                4.5          4.6            3.5          3.6           3.0             2.8          3.7
            Persons 18 to 24 years                                97 620          68 413          29 278           24 169              5 109       27 095         12 040       29 207         3 573           3 488        2 457
Percent enrolled in college                                         33.3            40.6            34.8             37.3               22.9         59.1           13.3         16.2          10.8            12.0         22.9
   Male                                                             32.5            40.2            35.2             37.7               24.0         59.1           12.3         16.0           8.5            10.8         25.0
   Female                                                           34.2            41.0            34.4             37.0               21.6         59.0           14.4         16.3          13.3            13.6         19.8

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND LABOR FORCE STATUS
            Persons 16 to 19 years                                63    592       38  141         16  505          12 614              3 891       13 870          7 766       25 451         2 689           2 797        2 722
Enrolled in school                                                49    472       29  583         12  555           9 571              2 984       11 586          5 442       19 889         1 987           2 131        2 274
      Employed                                                    20    275       12  576          5  849           4 410              1 439        4 545          2 182        7 699           794             702          989
      Unemployed                                                   3    912        2  476          1  069             789                280          687            720        1 436           147             145          110
      Not in labor force                                          25    214       14  483          5  612           4 347              1 265        6 354          2 517       10 731         1 046           1 281        1 173
Not enrolled in school                                            14    120        8  558          3  950           3 043                907        2 284          2 324        5 562           702             666          448
   High school graduate                                            7    493        4  640          2  193           1 647                546        1 327          1 120        2 853           345             341          226
      Employed                                                     5    360        3  409          1  654           1 238                416        1 058            697        1 951           253             207          162
      Unemployed                                                        570           318              88              67                 21           88            142          252            27              42           18
      Not in labor force                                            1   215           610             250             177                 73          172            188          605            65              88           46
   Not high school graduate                                         6   627         3 918           1 757           1 396                361          957          1 204        2 709           357             325          222
      Employed                                                      3   326         2 029             974             789                185          481            574        1 297           153             137          123
      Unemployed                                                    1   146           709             313             261                 52          192            204          437            68              78           36
      Not in labor force                                            2   151         1 176             466             346                120          284            426          975           136             110           63

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
           Persons 18 to 24 years                                 97 620          68 413          29   278         24   169            5 109       27   095       12 040       29 207         3 573          3 488         2 457
High school graduate (includes equivalency)                       29 084          18 639           8   347          6   374            1 973        5   529        4 763       10 445         1 376          1 246           825
Some college or associate degree                                  42 370          33 995          13   657         12   056            1 601       16   967        3 371        8 375           839            981           892
Bachelor’s degree or higher                                        3 531           2 903           1   636          1   495              141        1   025          242          628            82             80            47
           Persons 25 years and over                             601 292         341 993         166   668        131   656           35 012       91   426       83 899      259 299        29 486         29 241        28 930
Less than 5th grade                                                7 540           3 793               948              741              207        1   673        1 172        3 747           629            323           276
5th to 8th grade                                                  36 679          18 511           5   419          4   260            1 159        6   365        6 727       18 168         2 910          2 587         1 773
9th to 12th grade, no diploma                                     77 568          40 864          16   274         12   598            3 676       12   217       12 373       36 704         4 693          4 784         3 387
High school graduate (includes equivalency)                      182 892          95 899          43   405         33   290           10 115       25   742       26 752       86 993        10 520         10 603         9 822
Some college, no degree                                          145 291          86 497          45   770         35   744           10 026       21   759       18 968       58 794         5 779          5 969         7 182
Associate degree, occupational program                            28 597          16 594           8   232          6   448            1 784        4   607        3 755       12 003         1 089          1 266         1 176
Associate degree, academic program                                16 590          10 246           5   173          3   974            1 199        2   826        2 247        6 344           652            536           763
Bachelor’s degree                                                 74 443          48 051          28   772         23   834            4 938       10   677        8 602       26 392         2 335          2 397         3 488
Master’s degree                                                   19 914          13 329           8   004          6   704            1 300        3   090        2 235        6 585           603            509           634
Professional school degree                                         7 632           5 224           3   014          2   611              403        1   355          855        2 408           185            194           286
Doctorate degree                                                   4 146           2 985           1   657          1   452              205        1   115          213        1 161            91             73           143
           Females 25 years and over                             307 990         179 444          86   697         68   973           17 724       48   543       44 204      128 546        15 535         15 005        14 003
Less than 5th grade                                                2 767           1 665               333              287               46            788          544        1 102           250             99            99
5th to 8th grade                                                  16 190           9 319           2   794          2   224              570        3   178        3 347        6 871         1 337          1 112           563
9th to 12th grade, no diploma                                     42 079          23 345           9   236          7   390            1 846        7   184        6 925       18 734         2 650          2 537         1 586
High school graduate (includes equivalency)                      101 327          55 592          25   890         20   011            5 879       14   563       15 139       45 735         5 893          5 737         4 958
Some college, no degree                                           76 324          46 101          24   601         19   242            5 359       11   579        9 921       30 223         3 041          3 150         3 629
Associate degree, occupational program                            14 480           8 610           4   239          3   375              864        2   443        1 928        5 870           501            605           630
Associate degree, academic program                                10 055           6 100           3   043          2   360              683        1   738        1 319        3 955           427            336           470
Bachelor’s degree                                                 34 335          21 752          12   671         10   679            1 992        5   103        3 978       12 583         1 150          1 167         1 714
Master’s degree                                                    7 713           5 197           2   949          2   582              367        1   408          840        2 516           211            182           255
Professional school degree                                         1 921           1 164               593              481              112            348          223          757            69             70            85
Doctorate degree                                                     799             599               348              342                6            211           40          200             6             10            14
           Persons 25 years and over                             601 292         341 993         166   668        131   656           35 012       91   426       83 899      259 299        29 486         29 241        28 930
Percent:
   Less than 5th grade                                               1.3             1.1              .6               .6                 .6          1.8            1.4          1.4           2.1             1.1          1.0
   High school graduate or higher                                   79.7            81.5            86.4             86.6               85.6         77.8           75.8         77.4          72.1            73.7         81.2
        Male                                                        79.3            82.3            87.1             87.7               85.1         78.8           76.2         75.6          71.4            72.3         78.6
        Female                                                      80.2            80.9            85.7             85.6               86.1         77.0           75.5         79.2          72.7            75.0         83.9
   Some college or higher                                           49.3            53.5            60.4             61.3               56.7         49.7           44.0         43.8          36.4            37.4         47.3
   Bachelor’s degree or higher                                      17.7            20.3            24.9             26.3               19.6         17.8           14.2         14.1          10.9            10.9         15.7
        Male                                                        20.9            25.1            31.1             32.7               25.3         21.4           17.2         15.7          12.7            12.3         16.6
        Female                                                      14.5            16.0            19.1             20.4               14.0         14.6           11.5         12.5           9.2             9.5         14.8
           Males 25 to 34 years                                   77 293          47 894          24 031           19 030              5 001       12 421         11 442       29 399         3 314           3 321        2 103
Percent:
   High school graduate or higher                                   83.2            86.4            89.8             90.6               86.8         83.8           81.9         77.9          80.1            78.2         82.5
   Bachelor’s degree or higher                                      17.3            21.1            25.5             27.3               18.7         18.9           14.3         11.0          10.4            10.1         11.9
           Females 25 to 34 years                                 76 794          47 884          24 705           19 224              5 481       11 777         11 402       28 910         3 464           3 297        2 100
Percent:
   High school graduate or higher                                       86.0           87.4            90.4             90.8             89.1           85.8           82.3         83.8        81.3           82.2          88.2
   Bachelor’s degree or higher                                          14.6           16.4            18.8             20.9             11.2           15.0           12.5         11.7        10.2            9.9          15.2




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Table 23.           Geographic Mobility, Commuting, and Veteran Status: 1990
[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

                                                                                                                          Urban                                                              Rural

State                                                                                                     Inside urbanized area                   Outside urbanized area

Urban and Rural and Size of Place                                                                                                                   Place of       Place of                   Place of
                                                                                                                                                  10,000 or       2,500 to                   1,000 to      Place of less
                                                                 The State             Total           Total   Central place      Urban fringe         more          9,999           Total      2,499       than 1,000      Rural farm

PLACE OF BIRTH AND NATIVITY
           All persons                                         1 006 749         578 376         278  439         215  725            62 714       159 825        140 112      428 373        47     795       48    005      44 869
Native                                                           977 844         562 148         272  224         210  882            61 342       154 106        135 818      415 696        46     231       46    760      44 139
   Born in State of residence                                    508 992         282 657         143  267         109  782            33 485        71 386         68 004      226 335        22     390       26    732      28 554
   Born in a different State                                     460 853         274 086         126  649          99  322            27 327        81 340         66 097      186 767        23     552       19    843      15 341
      Northeast                                                   25 260          16 517           8  889           7  327             1 562         3 898          3 730        8 743               801             897         409
      Midwest                                                    112 793          68 322          31  828          25  467             6 361        20 818         15 676       44 471         6     097        4    365       3 717
      South                                                       55 475          34 893          15  662          12  252             3 410         9 684          9 547       20 582         2     776        2    002       1 503
      West                                                       267 325         154 354          70  270          54  276            15 994        46 940         37 144      112 971        13     878       12    579       9 712
   Born abroad                                                     7 999           5 405           2  308           1  778               530         1 380          1 717        2 594               289             185         244
      Puerto Rico                                                    283             258               56               38                18            39            163           25                 2               2           –
      U.S. outlying area                                             262             182               99               69                30            54             29           80                 7               3           –
        U.S. Virgin Islands                                            8               –                –                –                 –             –              –            8                 –               –           –
        American Samoa                                                22              20               12               12                 –             –              8            2                 –               2           –
        Guam                                                         183             125               73               57                16            34             18           58                 7               1           –
        Northern Marianas                                             40              30               14                –                14            13              3           10                 –               –           –
      Born abroad of American parents                              7 454           4 965            2 153            1 671               482         1 287          1 525        2 489               280             180         244
Foreign born                                                      28 905          16 228            6 215            4 843             1 372         5 719          4 294       12 677         1     564         1   245         730
RESIDENCE IN 1985
            Persons 5 years and over                             926 703         531  315        255  501         198  464            57 037       147   832      127   982    395 388        43 925           44  227        42 192
Same house                                                       468 215         238  639        115  706          87  269            28 437        60   997       61   936    229 576        22 458           25  999        32 133
Different house in the United States                             447 271         285  241        137  212         109  101            28 111        84   018       64   011    162 030        21 036           17  834         9 928
   Same county                                                   224 475         143  834         74  041          59  110            14 931        38   428       31   365     80 641        10 814            8  245         6 066
   Different county                                              222 796         141  407         63  171          49  991            13 180        45   590       32   646     81 389        10 222            9  589         3 862
      Same State                                                  85 254          52  201         22  824          18  105             4 719        18   023       11   354     33 053         3 882            3  880         1 999
      Different State                                            137 542          89  206         40  347          31  886             8 461        27   567       21   292     48 336         6 340            5  709         1 863
         Northeast                                                 4 502           3  263          1  881           1  612               269             688            694      1 239           118               183             5
         Midwest                                                  13 992           9  860          4  957           3  956             1 001         2   595        2   308      4 132           512               383            92
         South                                                    16 923          11  781          5  441           4  520               921         3   158        3   182      5 142           641               488           244
         West                                                    102 125          64  302         28  068          21  798             6 270        21   126       15   108     37 823         5 069             4 655         1 522
Puerto Rico                                                           29               22               –                –                 –              22              –          7             –                 7             –
U.S. outlying area                                                   109              105              28               24                 4              30             47          4             –                 –             –
Elsewhere                                                         11 079            7 308           2 555            2 070               485         2   765        1   988      3 771           431               387           131
PLACE OF WORK
          Workers 16 years and over                              440 809               …               …                …                  …             …              …            …               …               …             …
Worked in area of residence                                      423 247               …               …                …                  …             …              …            …               …               …             …
Worked outside area of residence                                  17 562               …               …                …                  …             …              …            …               …               …             …
MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION AND CARPOOLING
            Workers 16 years and over                            440 809         263 391         135  490         106  171            29 319        69 507         58 394      177 418        19 016           18  449        20 829
Car, truck, or van                                               382 839         232 034         119  865          92  953            26 912        60 340         51 829      150 805        16 485           15  536        14 397
   Drove alone                                                   329 881         202 390         106  485          82  411            24 074        51 723         44 182      127 491        13 818           12  615        12 375
   Carpooled                                                      52 958          29 644          13  380          10  542             2 838         8 617          7 647       23 314         2 667            2  921         2 022
      2-person carpool                                            41 473          23 949          11  174           8  734             2 440         7 089          5 686       17 524         2 002            2  112         1 518
      3-person carpool                                             6 937           3 379           1  276           1  026               250           880          1 223        3 558           345               491           340
      4-person carpool                                             2 572           1 284              620              542                78           311            353        1 288           166               198           116
      5- or 6-person carpool                                       1 265             591              177              158                19           172            242          674            83                86            30
      7-or-more-person carpool                                       711             441              133               82                51           165            143          270            71                34            18
   Persons per car, truck, or van                                   1.08            1.07             1.06             1.06              1.06          1.08           1.09         1.09          1.10              1.12          1.08
Public transportation                                              8 572           6 336            5 475            4 748               727           276            585        2 236           190               211           118
   Bus or trolley bus                                              8 361           6 161            5 333            4 621               712           250            578        2 200           190               205           118
   Streetcar or trolley car                                           38              21               21               21                 –             –              –           17             –                 –             –
   Subway or elevated                                                 20              16               16               16                 –             –              –            4             –                 2             –
   Railroad                                                           28              24               24               24                 –             –              –            4             –                 4             –
   Ferryboat                                                          25              17               10               10                 –             7              –            8             –                 –             –
   Taxicab                                                           100              97               71               56                15            19              7            3             –                 –             –
Motorcycle                                                         1 822           1 091              469              379                90           422            200          731            77                48           126
Bicycle                                                            3 509           2 995            1 586            1 406               180           856            553          514           114               121            14
Walked                                                            20 091          11 279            3 493            3 212               281         5 077          2 709        8 812         1 285             1 595         1 474
Other means                                                        3 273           1 590              558              437               121           434            598        1 683           205               183           265
Worked at home                                                    20 703           8 066            4 044            3 036             1 008         2 102          1 920       12 637           660               755         4 435
TRAVEL TIME TO WORK AND DEPARTURE TIME
          Workers who did not work at home                       420 106         255 325         131 446          103 135             28 311        67 405         56 474      164 781        18 356           17 694         16 394
Minutes to work:
  Less than 10 minutes                                           119    494       73    783       26    948        23    211           3    737     23    616      23    219    45    711      7    468          6    789      5    942
  10 to 14 minutes                                                89    674       61    627       35    208        29    339           5    869     17    876       8    543    28    047      2    865          2    182      2    552
  15 to 19 minutes                                                74    925       47    884       29    974        22    699           7    275     10    245       7    665    27    041      2    481          1    994      2    268
  20 to 29 minutes                                                63    983       37    646       22    124        14    810           7    314      7    243       8    279    26    337      2    130          2    421      2    353
  30 to 44 minutes                                                40    329       18    474        8    240         5    701           2    539      5    232       5    002    21    855      1    925          2    381      1    886
  45 or more minutes                                              31    701       15    911        8    952         7    375           1    577      3    193       3    766    15    790      1    487          1    927      1    393
Mean travel time to work (minutes)                                     17.3            16.2            17.5             17.1               18.8          14.5           15.5         18.9          16.0              18.4          16.9
  Workers traveling 45 or more minutes                                 64.5            67.2            69.8             69.7               70.3          64.8           62.9         61.7          61.3              62.0          60.7
Departure time:
  6:00 to 6:59 a.m.                                               69   187        38   902        19   514         14   838            4   676       9   798        9   590     30   285       3     196         3   146       2   790
  7:00 to 7:59 a.m.                                              149   271        91   764        51   271         40   008           11   263      21   191       19   302     57   507       5     745         5   555       6   238
  8:00 to 8:59 a.m.                                               70   039        43   151        21   874         17   523            4   351      11   907        9   370     26   888       3     052         3   019       3   079
  All other times                                                131   609        81   508        38   787         30   766            8   021      24   509       18   212     50   101       6     363         5   974       4   287
VETERAN STATUS
           Male civilian veterans                                111 867          62 627          31 003           24 098              6 905        16 458         15 166       49 240         5 497             5 473         5 346
Percent of civilian males 16 years and over                         31.6            31.3            31.9             31.6               33.1          28.6           33.3         32.0          33.3              32.2          30.9
           Female civilian veterans                                4 742           2 916           1 490            1 166                324           689            737        1 826           227               166           100
Percent of civilian females 16 years and over                        1.3             1.3             1.4              1.4                1.5           1.1            1.4          1.2           1.3               1.0            .6

PERIOD OF SERVICE
           Civilian veterans 16 years and over                   116   609        65   543        32  493          25  264             7 229        17 147         15 903       51   066       5 724             5 639         5 446
May 1975 or later service only                                    13   582         9   384         4  728           3  772               956         2 197          2 459        4   198         547               510           167
   September 1980 or later service only                            7   458         5   272         2  635           2  146               489         1 232          1 405        2   186         312               305            66
     Served 2 or more years                                        6   276         4   459         2  214           1  855               359         1 038          1 207        1   817         254               239            46
Vietnam era, no Korean conflict                                   34   240        19   631        10  405           7  632             2 773         4 936          4 290       14   609       1 649             1 457         1 097
Vietnam era and Korean conflict                                    2   754         1   658            784              609               175           452            422        1   096         108               102            70
February 1955 to July 1964 only                                   12   884         6   401          3 256            2 333               923         1 506          1 639        6   483         587               672           769
Korean conflict, no World War II                                  14   722         7   637          3 797            3 067               730         2 010          1 830        7   085         652               856         1 040
Korean conflict and World War II                                   2   757         1   674            711              569               142           549            414        1   083         150               132            57
World War II, no Korean conflict                                  34   578        18   503          8 580            7 118             1 462         5 271          4 652       16   075       1 952             1 845         2 191
World War I                                                            325             229             86               66                20            92             51             96          25                23            14
Other service                                                          767             426            146               98                48           134            146            341          54                42            41


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Table 24.           Labor Force Characteristics: 1990
[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

                                                                                                                         Urban                                                             Rural

State                                                                                                     Inside urbanized area                  Outside urbanized area

Urban and Rural and Size of Place                                                                                                                  Place of       Place of                  Place of
                                                                                                                                                 10,000 or       2,500 to                  1,000 to      Place of less
                                                                 The State             Total           Total   Central place      Urban fringe        more          9,999          Total      2,499       than 1,000     Rural farm

LABOR FORCE STATUS
             Persons 16 years and over                           729 819         426 316         203 848          161 646             42 202      122 331        100 137     303 503        34 530           34 372        33 140
In labor force                                                   478 286         284 685         144 524          113 332             31 192       75 368         64 793     193 601        21 081           20 768        21 702
               Percent of persons 16 years and over                 65.5            66.8            70.9             70.1               73.9         61.6           64.7        63.8          61.1             60.4          65.5
   Armed Forces                                                    5 513           4 785           1 786            1 511                275          254          2 745         728            32               13            38
   Civilian labor force                                          472 773         279 900         142 738          111 821             30 917       75 114         62 048     192 873        21 049           20 755        21 664
      Employed                                                   443 703         263 641         136 277          106 680             29 597       70 523         56 841     180 062        19 428           18 832        21 065
          At work 35 or more hours                               327 131         194 584         102 912           80 191             22 721       49 150         42 522     132 547        14 085           13 435        15 273
      Unemployed                                                  29 070          16 259           6 461            5 141              1 320        4 591          5 207      12 811         1 621            1 923           599
               Percent of civilian labor force                       6.1             5.8             4.5              4.6                4.3          6.1            8.4         6.6           7.7              9.3           2.8
Not in labor force                                               251 533         141 631          59 324           48 314             11 010       46 963         35 344     109 902        13 449           13 604        11 438
   Institutionalized persons                                      10 007           7 049           2 562            2 156                406        2 570          1 917       2 958           369               60             –
             Females 16 years and over                           370 683         221 582         104 954           83 849             21 105       64 467         52 161     149 101        17 971           17 388        15 777
In labor force                                                   207 858         128 813          65 271           51 543             13 728       34 823         28 719      79 045         9 284            8 665         7 891
               Percent of females 16 years and over                 56.1            58.1            62.2             61.5               65.0         54.0           55.1        53.0          51.7             49.8          50.0
   Armed Forces                                                      525             453             102               90                 12           26            325          72             2                –             –
   Civilian labor force                                          207 333         128 360          65 169           51 453             13 716       34 797         28 394      78 973         9 282            8 665         7 891
      Employed                                                   194 686         120 880          62 341           49 221             13 120       32 729         25 810      73 806         8 599            8 016         7 616
          At work 35 or more hours                               120 541          77 136          41 205           32 578              8 627       19 619         16 312      43 405         5 111            4 519         4 137
      Unemployed                                                  12 647           7 480           2 828            2 232                596        2 068          2 584       5 167           683              649           275
               Percent of civilian labor force                       6.1             5.8             4.3              4.3                4.3          5.9            9.1         6.5           7.4              7.5           3.5
Not in labor force                                               162 825          92 769          39 683           32 306              7 377       29 644         23 442      70 056         8 687            8 723         7 886
   Institutionalized persons                                       5 149           4 292           1 578            1 412                166        1 669          1 045         857           242               27             –
             Males 16 to 19 years                                 32 286          18 608           8 471            6 295              2 176        6 190          3 947      13 678         1 409            1 505         1 559
Employed                                                          15 108           8 832           4 160            3 019              1 141        2 874          1 798       6 276           644              618           785
Unemployed                                                         2 987           1 832             813              623                190          492            527       1 155           146              140            80
Not in labor force                                                13 777           7 598           3 268            2 463                805        2 815          1 515       6 179           619              740           692
             Males 20 to 24 years                                 33 548          23 577          10 452            8 819              1 633        8 791          4 334       9 971         1 199            1 243           877
Employed                                                          23 324          16 086           7 890            6 608              1 282        5 412          2 784       7 238           948              921           745
Unemployed                                                         2 787           1 718             649              532                117          590            479       1 069           122              193            40
Not in labor force                                                 6 002           4 438           1 318            1 155                163        2 766            354       1 564           129              128            92
             Males 25 to 54 years                                202 629         115 383          59 313           45 783             13 530       28 972         27 098      87 246         8 907            9 050         8 185
Employed                                                         176 499         101 021          53 626           41 077             12 549       25 102         22 293      75 478         7 696            7 579         7 667
Unemployed                                                         9 095           4 492           1 868            1 510                358        1 240          1 384       4 603           555              804           168
Not in labor force                                                13 903           7 219           2 960            2 489                471        2 434          1 825       6 684           626              662           314
             Males 55 to 64 years                                 37 932          19 121           9 080            7 230              1 850        5 127          4 914      18 811         1 845            2 058         3 023
Employed                                                          24 397          12 456           6 127            4 948              1 179        3 286          3 043      11 941         1 093            1 218         2 489
Unemployed                                                         1 179             531             248              208                 40          143            140         648            83              109            21
Not in labor force                                                12 349           6 134           2 705            2 074                631        1 698          1 731       6 215           669              731           513
             Males 65 to 69 years                                 18 019           9 199           4 137            3 372                765        2 696          2 366       8 820         1 012              987         1 421
In labor force                                                     5 530           2 605           1 331            1 115                216          688            586       2 925           234              250           988
Not in labor force                                                12 489           6 594           2 806            2 257                549        2 008          1 780       5 895           778              737           433
   Did not work in 1989                                            9 394           5 036           2 169            1 749                420        1 550          1 317       4 358           628              559           113
             Males 70 years and over                              34 722          18 846           7 441            6 298              1 143        6 088          5 317      15 876         2 187            2 141         2 298
In labor force                                                     4 534           1 967             857              728                129          490            620       2 567           246              258           790
Not in labor force                                                30 188          16 879           6 584            5 570              1 014        5 598          4 697      13 309         1 941            1 883         1 508
   Did not work in 1989                                           25 498          15 101           5 838            4 906                932        5 079          4 184      10 397         1 724            1 614           578
             Females 16 to 19 years                               31 306          19 533           8 034            6 319              1 715        7 680          3 819      11 773         1 280            1 292         1 163
Employed                                                          13 853           9 182           4 317            3 418                899        3 210          1 655       4 671           556              428           489
Unemployed                                                         2 641           1 671             657              494                163          475            539         970            96              125            84
Not in labor force                                                14 803           8 671           3 060            2 407                653        3 995          1 616       6 132           628              739           590
             Females 20 to 24 years                               31 387          22 605          10 223            8 557              1 666        8 244          4 138       8 782         1 156            1 091           611
Employed                                                          20 417          15 118           7 616            6 494              1 122        5 172          2 330       5 299           707              572           363
Unemployed                                                         1 908           1 317             477              404                 73          436            404         591            78               94            22
Not in labor force                                                 8 910           6 031           2 117            1 653                464        2 636          1 278       2 879           369              425           226
             Females 25 to 54 years                              199 706         116 079          59 971           46 072             13 899       28 879         27 229      83 627         9 161            8 820         7 971
Employed                                                         138 739          84 160          44 744           34 681             10 063       20 740         18 676      54 579         6 252            5 773         5 299
Unemployed                                                         7 231           3 986           1 498            1 168                330        1 035          1 453       3 245           443              393           134
Not in labor force                                                53 372          27 628          13 640           10 139              3 501        7 078          6 910      25 744         2 466            2 654         2 538
             Females 55 to 64 years                               39 887          21 366           9 821            8 083              1 738        5 983          5 562      18 521         2 078            2 152         2 828
Employed                                                          16 853           9 478           4 420            3 575                845        2 587          2 471       7 375           834              909         1 159
Unemployed                                                           630             356             112               94                 18           77            167         274            42               26            18
Not in labor force                                                22 404          11 532           5 289            4 414                875        3 319          2 924      10 872         1 202            1 217         1 651
             Females 65 to 69 years                               20 390          11 569           4 991            4 239                752        3 376          3 202       8 821         1 088            1 196         1 335
In labor force                                                     3 014           1 791             823              666                157          533            435       1 223           161              194           197
Not in labor force                                                17 376           9 778           4 168            3 573                595        2 843          2 767       7 598           927            1 002         1 138
   Did not work in 1989                                           15 433           8 718           3 698            3 177                521        2 561          2 459       6 715           852              900           948
             Females 70 years and over                            48 007          30 430          11 914           10 579              1 335       10 305          8 211      17 577         3 208            2 837         1 869
In labor force                                                     2 047           1 301             505              459                 46          532            264         746           113              151           126
Not in labor force                                                45 960          29 129          11 409           10 120              1 289        9 773          7 947      16 831         3 095            2 686         1 743
   Did not work in 1989                                           43 128          27 724          10 869            9 618              1 251        9 359          7 496      15 404         2 945            2 494         1 420
PRESENCE OF OWN CHILDREN IN FAMILIES AND
 SUBFAMILIES
           Females 16 years and over                             370   683       221   582       104   954         83   849           21   105     64   467       52   161   149   101      17     971       17   388      15   777
With own children under 6 years                                   65   346        39   109        19   338         14   492            4   846      9   579       10   192    26   237       3     022        2   995       2   232
  In labor force                                                  39   238        24   725        12   209          9   212            2   997      6   128        6   388    14   513       1     817        1   683       1   198
With own children 6 to 17 years only                              70   151        38   852        19   290         14   233            5   057      9   611        9   951    31   299       3     396        3   389       3   068
  In labor force                                                  54   167        30   916        15   473         11   463            4   010      7   569        7   874    23   251       2     676        2   596       2   185
           Own children under 6 years   living with two
            parents                                               80 201          45 318          22 731           16 511              6 220       11 108         11 479      34 883         3 772             3 664        3 036
Both parents in labor force                                       42 652          25 529          12 817            9 318              3 499        6 142          6 570      17 123         1 974             1 822        1 463
  Both at work 35 or more hours                                   18 282          11 806           5 900            4 279              1 621        2 884          3 022       6 476           732               650          600
           Own children under 6 years   living with one
            parent                                                15 059          10 402            4 296            3 535                 761      2 968          3 138       4 657               880            780           194
Parent in labor force                                             10 736           7 390            3 182            2 569                 613      2 054          2 154       3 346               609            540           151
  At work 35 or more hours                                         6 548           4 573            2 098            1 672                 426      1 228          1 247       1 975               364            328            99
           Own children 6 to 17 years   living with two
            parents                                              170 290          85 504          43 478           30 466             13 012       19 873         22 153      84 786         7 543             8 639        9 556
Both parents in labor force                                      110 668          58 194          29 266           20 664              8 602       13 563         15 365      52 474         5 059             5 591        5 969
  Both at work 35 or more hours                                   54 336          30 406          15 182           10 691              4 491        7 394          7 830      23 930         2 260             2 299        2 599
           Own children 6 to 17 years   living with one
            parent                                                32 897          21 752            9 946            7 893             2 053        5 876          5 930      11 145         2 023             1 727            403
Parent in labor force                                             27 417          18 405            8 620            6 709             1 911        4 828          4 957       9 012         1 594             1 367            326
  At work 35 or more hours                                        19 890          13 473            6 541            5 065             1 476        3 555          3 377       6 417         1 104               902            296


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Table 25.           Occupation of Employed Persons: 1990
[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

                                                                                                                          Urban                                                             Rural

State                                                                                                      Inside urbanized area                  Outside urbanized area

Urban and Rural and Size of Place                                                                                                                   Place of       Place of                  Place of
                                                                                                                                                  10,000 or       2,500 to                  1,000 to    Place of less
                                                                 The State              Total           Total   Central place      Urban fringe        more          9,999          Total      2,499     than 1,000     Rural farm

            Employed persons 16 years and over                   443    703      263    641      136    277        106 680             29 597       70 523         56 841     180   062      19 428         18 832        21 065
Managerial and professional specialty occupations                104    782       69    505       41    200         33 396              7 804       16 575         11 730      35   277       3 533          3 501         3 313
   Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations          47    117       31    919       19    738         15 409              4 329        6 920          5 261      15   198       1 484          1 526         1 201
      Officials and administrators, public administration          2    945        1    906        1    131            895                236          292            483       1   039         125            157           119
      Management and related occupations                          12    288        8    831        5    881          4 629              1 252        1 617          1 333       3   457         380            355           330
   Professional specialty occupations                             57    665       37    586       21    462         17 987              3 475        9 655          6 469      20   079       2 049          1 975         2 112
      Engineers and natural scientists                            10    022        7    072        5    239          4 309                930        1 021            812       2   950         271            228           165
         Engineers                                                 5    390        3    970        3    098          2 544                554          436            436       1   420         147             75            72
      Health diagnosing occupations                                2    577        1    625             974            852                122          382            269           952          63             32           120
      Health assessment and treating occupations                   7    569        4    883        2    646          2 179                467        1 429            808       2   686         258            181           256
      Teachers, librarians, and counselors                        24    664       14    896        7    374          6 174              1 200        4 502          3 020       9   768       1 060          1 123         1 225
         Teachers, elementary and secondary schools               16    405        9    108        4    586          3 791                795        2 169          2 353       7   297         833            900           973
Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations         125    721       83    595       46    402         36 337             10 065       21 305         15 888      42   126       4 870          4 038         3 494
   Health technologists and technicians                            4    425        3    116        1    653          1 289                364          736            727       1   309         134            109           104
   Technologists and technicians, except health                   10    983        7    882        4    927          3 929                998        1 851          1 104       3   101         375            297           188
   Sales occupations                                              48    447       31    996       17    161         13 321              3 840        8 534          6 301      16   451       1 912          1 518         1 189
      Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations              12    512        7    930        4    238          3 335                903        1 981          1 711       4   582         638            437           287
      Sales representatives, commodities and finance              12    341        8    611        5    386          4 304              1 082        1 780          1 445       3   730         275            289           310
      Other sales occupations                                     23    594       15    455        7    537          5 682              1 855        4 773          3 145       8   139         999            792           592
         Cashiers                                                  8    521        5    489        2    425          1 761                664        1 749          1 315       3   032         438            385           195
   Administrative support occupations, including clerical         61    866       40    601       22    661         17 798              4 863       10 184          7 756      21   265       2 449          2 114         2 013
      Computer equipment operators                                 1    947        1    415             887            659                228          283            245           532          47             38            50
      Secretaries, stenographers, and typists                     16    577       10    748         6   079          4 852              1 227        2 699          1 970       5   829         588            531           687
      Financial records processing occupations                    10    110        6    070         3   002          2 341                661        1 619          1 449       4   040         481            382           443
      Mail and message distributing occupations                    2    721        1    612             965            732                233          330            317       1   109         144            136            76
Service occupations                                               59    979       38    058       17    891         13 986              3 905       11 406          8 761      21   921       3 032          3 099         1 415
   Private household occupations                                   1    532             861             387            336                 51          311            163           671          73             92            86
   Protective service occupations                                  6    011        3    812         1   920          1 405                515          910            982       2   199         265            256           127
      Police and firefighters                                      2    530        1    707             826            566                260          431            450           823         108             74            18
   Service occupations, except protective and household           52    436       33    385       15    584         12 245              3 339       10 185          7 616      19   051       2 694          2 751         1 202
      Food service occupations                                    23    042       14    861        7    146          5 785              1 361        4 503          3 212       8   181       1 166          1 334           525
      Cleaning and building service occupations                   12    868        7    810        3    377          2 550                827        2 549          1 884       5   058         723            760           266
Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations                        34    491        7    227        2    019          1 537                482        2 272          2 936      27   264       1 440          1 801         9 410
   Farm operators and managers                                    14    562        1    391             329            246                 83          449            613      13   171         262            525         6 920
   Farm workers and related occupations                           17    569        5    131        1    572          1 185                387        1 585          1 974      12   438         979            977         2 422
Precision production, craft, and repair occupations               50    339       28    092       13    434          9 959              3 475        7 535          7 123      22   247       2 586          2 307         1 329
   Mechanics and repairers                                        17    486        9    480        4    438          3 171              1 267        2 517          2 525       8   006         963            900           501
   Construction trades                                            18    425       10    316        5    159          3 973              1 186        2 610          2 547       8   109         789            743           450
   Precision production occupations                               13    375        8    002        3    813          2 801              1 012        2 302          1 887       5   373         643            537           331
Operators, fabricators, and laborers                              68    391       37    164       15    331         11 465              3 866       11 430         10 403      31   227       3 967          4 086         2 104
   Machine operators and tenders, except precision                15    879        8    710        2    868          2 190                678        3 201          2 641       7   169         886            993           466
   Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers              10    784        6    592        3    044          2 086                958        1 833          1 715       4   192         603            495           272
   Transportation occupations                                     16    867        8    608        4    180          3 197                983        2 459          1 969       8   259         958            946           628
      Motor vehicle operators                                     15    786        7    984        3    730          2 808                922        2 365          1 889       7   802         931            883           626
   Material moving equipment operators                             5    683        2    408             758            579                179          744            906       3   275         437            512           255
   Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers            19    178       10    846         4   481          3 413              1 068        3 193          3 172       8   332       1 083          1 140           483
      Construction laborers                                        3    899        1    954             846            701                145          473            635       1   945         211            235           114
      Freight, stock, and material handlers                        6    158        3    519        1    510          1 175                335        1 012            997       2   639         379            349           150
            Employed females 16 years and over                   194    686      120    880       62    341         49 221             13 120       32 729         25 810      73   806       8 599          8 016         7 616
Managerial and professional specialty occupations                 50    008       32    237       18    489         15 087              3 402        7 861          5 887      17   771       1 765          1 729         1 873
   Executive, administrative, and managerial occupations          19    257       13    286        8    196          6 470              1 726        2 867          2 223       5   971         620            641           487
      Officials and administrators, public administration          1    208             755             426            357                 69          148            181           453          48             91            51
      Management and related occupations                           6    118        4    481        3    044          2 444                600          746            691       1   637         200            156           155
   Professional specialty occupations                             30    751       18    951       10    293          8 617              1 676        4 994          3 664      11   800       1 145          1 088         1 386
      Engineers and natural scientists                             1    684        1    155             853            688                165          181            121           529          27             45            21
         Engineers                                                      565             425             302            229                 73           80             43           140           4              4             8
      Health diagnosing occupations                                     386             252             147            124                 23           48             57           134           8              4            21
      Health assessment and treating occupations                   6    361        4    073        2    220          1 848                372        1 166            687       2   288         197            153           223
      Teachers, librarians, and counselors                        16    872        9    926        5    061          4 225                836        2 737          2 128       6   946         745            701           932
         Teachers, elementary and secondary schools               12    095        6    710        3    481          2 882                599        1 578          1 651       5   385         598            551           732
Technical, sales, and administrative support occupations          80    182       52    013       28    024         21 960              6 064       13 597         10 392      28   169       3 306          2 863         2 623
   Health technologists and technicians                            3    592        2    478        1    253            969                284          623            602       1   114         115             98            96
   Technologists and technicians, except health                    3    164        2    135        1    221          1 030                191          630            284       1   029         122            123            72
   Sales occupations                                              22    588       14    562        7    297          5 642              1 655        4 136          3 129       8   026       1 028            850           641
      Supervisors and proprietors, sales occupations               4    007        2    400        1    211            971                240          655            534       1   607         222            162           107
      Sales representatives, commodities and finance               3    453        2    386        1    510          1 202                308          486            390       1   067          80             96            94
      Other sales occupations                                     15    128        9    776        4    576          3 469              1 107        2 995          2 205       5   352         726            592           440
         Cashiers                                                  7    017        4    406        1    893          1 347                546        1 395          1 118       2   611         399            338           179
   Administrative support occupations, including clerical         50    838       32    838       18    253         14 319              3 934        8 208          6 377      18   000       2 041          1 792         1 814
      Computer equipment operators                                 1    306             913             527            392                135          207            179           393          28             31            36
      Secretaries, stenographers, and typists                     16    346       10    605         6   001          4 792              1 209        2 663          1 941       5   741         582            522           667
      Financial records processing occupations                     9    412        5    625         2   783          2 172                611        1 517          1 325       3   787         460            345           427
      Mail and message distributing occupations                    1    204             617             402            276                126           97            118           587          69             98            45
Service occupations                                               38    503       23    435       10    486          8 307              2 179        7 248          5 701      15   068       2 133          2 171         1 054
   Private household occupations                                   1    472             852             382            331                 51          311            159           620          67             85            63
   Protective service occupations                                       916             573             267            201                 66          147            159           343          36             36            49
      Police and firefighters                                           220             173              67             37                 30           48             58            47           6              3             4
   Service occupations, except protective and household           36    115       22    010         9   837          7 775              2 062        6 790          5 383      14   105       2 030          2 050           942
      Food service occupations                                    15    880        9    352         4   127          3 333                794        2 867          2 358       6   528         944          1 084           468
      Cleaning and building service occupations                    5    760        3    401         1   387          1 104                283        1 138            876       2   359         374            376            85
Farming, forestry, and fishing occupations                         5    335        1    395             439            317                122          404            552       3   940         245            266         1 376
   Farm operators and managers                                     1    670             126              33             28                  5           47             46       1   544          18             32           929
   Farm workers and related occupations                            3    496         1   208             398            281                117          321            489       2   288         212            202           447
Precision production, craft, and repair occupations                4    546         2   689         1   331            982                349          756            602       1   857         246            141            91
   Mechanics and repairers                                              568             390             232            191                 41           98             60           178          36             17             2
   Construction trades                                                  649             257              79             62                 17           83             95           392          20             27            21
   Precision production occupations                                3    287         2   033         1   020            729                291          569            444       1   254         185             96            65
Operators, fabricators, and laborers                              16    112         9   111         3   572          2 568              1 004        2 863          2 676       7   001         904            846           599
   Machine operators and tenders, except precision                 5    494         3   220         1   093            824                269        1 167            960       2   274         274            246           178
   Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors, and samplers               3    634         2   313         1   036            700                336          623            654       1   321         176            185            91
   Transportation occupations                                      2    220             927             508            392                116          236            183       1   293         136            100           167
      Motor vehicle operators                                      2    171             898             479            363                116          236            183       1   273         134            100           167
   Material moving equipment operators                                  292             166              83             83                  –           37             46           126          40             22            23
   Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and laborers              4   472         2   485             852            569                283          800            833       1   987         278            293           140
      Construction laborers                                             178             116              41             41                  –           40             35            62           7             10             –
      Freight, stock, and material handlers                         1   638             884             352            233                119          232            300           754         134            103            60




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Table 26.           Industry of Employed Persons: 1990
[Data based on sample and subject to sampling variability, see text. For definitions of terms and meanings of symbols, see text]

                                                                                                                          Urban                                                             Rural

State                                                                                                      Inside urbanized area                  Outside urbanized area

Urban and Rural and Size of Place                                                                                                                   Place of       Place of                  Place of
                                                                                                                                                  10,000 or       2,500 to                  1,000 to      Place of less
                                                                 The State              Total           Total   Central place      Urban fringe        more          9,999          Total      2,499       than 1,000     Rural farm

             Employed persons 16 years and over                  443    703      263    641      136 277           106 680             29 597       70 523         56 841     180   062      19 428           18 832        21 065
Agriculture                                                       35    914        7    285        2 007             1 520                487        2 407          2 871      28   629       1 421            1 771        10 216
Forestry and fisheries                                             3    876        1    612          547               465                 82          430            635       2   264         327              340           104
Mining                                                             3    638        1    111          227               188                 39          263            621       2   527         611              414            90
Construction                                                      28    940       16    405        9 071             7 031              2 040        3 436          3 898      12   535       1 223            1 284           772
Manufacturing                                                     65    294       39    360       18 605            13 862              4 743       11 674          9 081      25   934       3 251            3 167         1 483
   Nondurable goods                                               28    270       17    745        6 908             5 279              1 629        5 923          4 914      10   525       1 241            1 256           781
      Food and kindred products                                   15    389        8    937        2 596             1 942                654        3 136          3 205       6   452         915              700           485
      Textile mill and finished textile products                        806             519          330               180                150           96             93           287          21               50            12
      Printing, publishing, and allied industries                  5    146        3    467        1 585             1 234                351        1 240            642       1   679         191              178            90
      Chemicals and allied products                                3    556        2    389        1 693             1 383                310          138            558       1   167          45              243            87
   Durable goods                                                  37    024       21    615       11 697             8 583              3 114        5 751          4 167      15   409       2 010            1 911           702
      Furniture, lumber, and wood products                        13    838        5    334        1 278               911                367        2 373          1 683       8   504       1 179            1 318           423
      Primary metal industries                                          891             461          121               108                 13          198            142           430          92               35            14
      Fabricated metal industries, including ordnance               2   142         1   434          573               428                145          653            208           708          50               86            37
      Machinery and computer equipment                              7   472         5   520        3 941             2 641              1 300          744            835       1   952         227              136            91
      Electrical equipment and components, except
        computer                                                   6    238        4    942        3 835             2 986                  849          587            520     1 296           149                76             23
      Transportation equipment                                     2    543        1    622          799               605                  194          608            215       921           184                79             50
Transportation, communications, and other public utilities        27    405       16    760        9 541             7 320              2   221      3   637        3   582    10 645         1 272             1 250            699
   Air transportation                                              1    547        1    164          796               666                  130          181            187       383            56                14             17
   Trucking service and warehousing                                8    916        4    984        2 329             1 715                  614      1   345        1   310     3 932           493               464            250
   Other transportation                                            7    031        4    275        2 685             2 132                  553          911            679     2 756           335               377            142
   Communications                                                  4    076        2    976        1 784             1 303                  481          661            531     1 100           118               121             72
   Utilities and sanitary services                                 5    835        3    361        1 947             1 504                  443          539            875     2 474           270               274            218
Wholesale trade                                                   21    292       13    637        7 765             5 697              2   068      2   940        2   932     7 655           767               702            665
Retail trade                                                      76    669       49    571       24 217            18 989              5   228     14   638       10   716    27 098         3 703             3 065        1   811
   General merchandise stores                                      5    910        4    309        2 334             1 854                  480      1   387            588     1 601           291               144            151
   Food, bakery, and dairy stores                                 12    675        7    221        3 187             2 417                  770      1   922        2   112     5 454           905               665            296
   Automotive dealers and gasoline stations                       10    133        6    382        2 865             2 128                  737      1   944        1   573     3 751           529               406            194
   Eating and drinking places                                     22    966       15    491        7 810             6 254              1   556      4   563        3   118     7 475         1 004             1 081            479
Finance, insurance, and real estate                               22    387       15    914        9 960             8 049              1   911      3   130        2   824     6 473           710               572            577
   Banking and credit agencies                                     7    498        5    258        3 475             2 703                  772          896            887     2 240           283               223            226
   Insurance, real estate, and other finance                      14    889       10    656        6 485             5 346              1   139      2   234        1   937     4 233           427               349            351
Services                                                         135    423       86    849       45 268            36 568              8   700     25   297       16   284    48 574         5 246             5 310        4   051
   Business services                                               9    860        6    884        4 402             3 582                  820      1   408        1   074     2 976           256               266            157
   Repair services                                                 7    656        4    478        2 255             1 550                  705      1   178        1   045     3 178           335               341            171
   Private households                                              1    864        1    016          419               350                   69          396            201       848            88               113             96
   Other personal services                                        11    437        6    993        3 137             2 467                  670      2   205        1   651     4 444           591               641            231
   Entertainment and recreation services                           5    558        3    688        1 806             1 390                  416      1   059            823     1 870           179               177            123
   Professional and related services                              99    048       63    790       33 249            27 229              6   020     19   051       11   490    35 258         3 797             3 772        3   273
      Hospitals                                                   14    239        9    669        5 011             4 119                  892      2   642        2   016     4 570           517               394            353
      Health services, except hospitals                           15    359        9    992        5 076             4 098                  978      3   018        1   898     5 367           652               427            335
      Elementary and secondary schools and colleges               38    972       23    533       10 557             8 724              1   833      8   836        4   140    15 439         1 650             1 871        1   742
      Other educational services                                   1    796        1    107          597               532                   65          228            282       689            72                94             90
      Social services, religious and membership
        organizations                                             12    976        8    769        4    525          3  527               998        2   491        1 753       4   207         560               548          375
      Legal, engineering, and other professional services         15    706       10    720        7    483          6  229             1 254        1   836        1 401       4   986         346               438          378
Public administration                                             22    865       15    137        9    069          6  991             2 078        2   671        3 397       7   728         897               957          597
             Employed females 16 years and over                  194    686      120    880       62    341         49  221            13 120       32   729       25 810      73   806       8 599             8 016        7 616
Agriculture                                                        6    458        1    745             605             452               153            494          646       4   713         288               260        1 720
Forestry and fisheries                                             1    191             517             197             173                24            204          116           674         110               125           36
Mining                                                                  416             139              48              42                 6             30           61           277          60                17            2
Construction                                                       3    102        1    801         1   084             911               173            326          391       1   301         104               111          113
Manufacturing                                                     19    816       12    463         6   038           4 442             1 596        3   532        2 893       7   353         907               774          462
   Nondurable goods                                               11    169        6    776         2   658           1 930               728        2   141        1 977       4   393         551               484          353
      Food and kindred products                                    6    189        3    507         1   066             757               309        1   149        1 292       2   682         394               302          210
      Textile mill and finished textile products                        595             381             249             140               109             68           64           214          19                30           12
      Printing, publishing, and allied industries                   2   560         1   678             745             552               193            572          361           882          94               104           59
      Chemicals and allied products                                     531             355             237             202                35             20           98           176          12                17           20
   Durable goods                                                    8   647         5   687         3   380           2 512               868        1   391          916       2   960         356               290          109
      Furniture, lumber, and wood products                          1   842             897             277             207                70            426          194           945         127               139           55
      Primary metal industries                                           79              24