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National Household Profile

 

 

 

2000 Census -- AASP Report

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Household Types by State

 

A new series of reports is being released by the Census Bureau, beginning on May 17, 2001.  Each report contains a profile of a particular state, showing the types of households in that state as documented by the 2000 Census, with a separate profile for that state for 1990 in order to provide a point of comparison.

Each profile for the year 2000 includes the following information:
  Total households
  Married-couple households
  Married-with-children households
  One-person households
  Households with children under 18

We are examining the profiles for each state (for 2000 and 1990) as they are released by the Census Bureau.  We are then creating our own data tables for each state.  These tables contain the most relevant data from 1990 and 2000, with notations as to the increase or decrease in each type of household.

AASP will be issuing a press release for each state as the data is released by the Census Bureau.  These press releases are being sent to daily newspapers in each state, with our comments and observations about the relevance of the data.  The information is embargoed until the release date authorized by the Census Bureau.

To review the data for a particular state, please click on the link below.  Links will be activated as the data for a specific state becomes available. 

 

Available on May 17, 2001

Arkansas
Delaware
Illinois
Indiana
Kentucky
Missouri
New Hampshire
Ohio
Pennsylvania
Vermont

 

Available on May 18

Connecticut
Hawaii
Iowa
Kansas
Maryland
Nebraska
Nevada
Oklahoma
Utah
Virginia
West Virginia
Available on May 22

Alabama
Alaska
Colorado
Georgia
Idaho
Louisiana
Massachusetts
Montana
North Dakota
New Mexico
New York
Oregon
Tennessee

 

 

Available on May 23

Arizona
California
Florida
Maine
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
New Jersey
North Carolina
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Texas
Washington
Wisconsin
Wyoming

 

 
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