3 edition of New Jersey 1980 census counts of population by race and Spanish origin. found in the catalog.
New Jersey 1980 census counts of population by race and Spanish origin.
by State of New Jersey, Dept. of Labor and Industry, Division of Planning and Research, Office of Demographic and Economic Analysis in Trenton, N.J
Written in English
|Contributions||New Jersey. Office of Demographic and Economic Analysis.|
|LC Classifications||HA521.5 1980a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||81622095|
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Bridgeton is a city located in Cumberland County New a population of 23,, it is the 38th largest city in New Jersey and the th largest city in the United States. Bridgeton is currently declining at a rate of % annually and its population has decreased by % since the most recent census, which recorded a population of 25, in In New Jersey, the minority population rose to 26 percent from 21 percent. In Connecticut, minority people now make up 16 percent of the population, as against 12 percent in Author: Felicity Barringer.
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Population by Race and Hispanic origin New Jersey, Counties and Selected Municipalitiesand For the first time in history, Americans were allowed to identify themselves as members of more than one race on their Census form.
In addition, “Asian. New Jersey census counts of population by race and Spanish origin. Trenton, N.J.: State of New Jersey, Dept. of Labor and Industry, Division of Planning and Research, Office of Demographic and Economic Analysis, .
Census of Population and Housing, [United States]: County Population by Age, Sex,Race, and Spanish Origin U.S. Dept. of Commerce Bureau of the Census ICPSR This document was previously available in paper format only.
It was converted to Portable Document Format (PDF), with no manual editing, on the date below as part. This data collection contains summary statistics from the Census recorded for all counties and all independent cities in the United States. The file includes counts of persons by single years of age (up to 75+ years) by sex, race, and Hispanic origin.
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U.S. Census Bureau Marketing Services Office U.S. Department of Commerce Economic and Statistics Administration U.S. Census Bureau Census of Population and Housing County Population by Age, Sex, Race, and Spanish Origin (Preliminary OMB-Consistent Modified Race).
Technical Documentation D1-DCTYPTECHP. Introduction The race and Hispanic origin data from the census generally correspond to the two-question approach specified by OMB. However, in the census, a large number of persons, over million, reported in a residual "Other (not specified)" race category.
Population of New Jersey, by race and ethnicity Published by Erin Duffin, Housing units, July 1,(V) 3, Owner-occupied housing unit rate, %: Median value of owner-occupied housing units, The population growth rate is much lower than the national average rate of %.
The New Jersey population density is 1, people per square mile, which is much higher than the national average density of people per square mile. The most prevalent race in New Jersey is white, which represent % of the total population. The Population Projections Program produces projections of the United States resident population by age, sex, race, and Hispanic origin.
ACS County-County Migration Flows These files contain the complete county-to-county migration flows by age, sex, race, or Hispanic origin. This count, the first in census history to enumerate the multiracial U.S. population, has received significant attention from academics, news organizations, and advocacy groups and has been used to support a variety of claims about the increasing diversity of U.S.
society, the declining significance of race, and the blurring of lines between. Definitions: Population of children under 18 by race: White alone, Black or African American alone, American Indian and Alaska Native alone, Asian alone, Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone, some other race, or two or more races; Hispanic or Latino origin of any race; and White alone, not Hispanic or Latino.
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Scroll down for information about Reading the chart. Source: U.S. Census Bureau Census. New Jersey’s Census Population Counts The state’s total population reached 8, as of April 1,which allowed New Jersey to maintain its number nine ranking in population among the nation’s fifty states.
The increase ofresidents in New Jersey since the census represented a faster rate of growth (%) than in the. Compare population statistics about the State of New Jersey by race, age, gender, Latino/Hispanic origin etc. CensusViewer delivers detailed demographics and population statistics from the Census, Census, American Community Survey (ACS), registered voter files, commercial data sources and more.
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"The law required that every household be visited, that completed census schedules be posted in two of the most public. For years prior tothe Census Bureau has only provided county-level population estimates for White, Black, and “Other” races.
However, the Census Bureau also developed state-level population estimates for more race/ethnic groups (White, Black, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian/Pacific Islander by Hispanic origin). The United States Census Bureau estimates that the population of New Jersey was 8, on July 1,a % increase since the United States Census.
Residents of New Jersey are most commonly referred to as "New Jerseyans" or, less commonly, as "New Jerseyites". As of the census, there were 8, people living in the t city: Newark. NJSDC CENSUS PUBLICATION NEW JERSEY POPULATION TRENDS TO State of New Jersey James E.
McGreevey, Governor The Census counts presented in this book are based on the PL (redistricting) data released on March 8, include population totals by race, Hispanic or Latino origin, and voting age. ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS OF THE BUREAU OF THE CENSUS History: A permanent Census Office was established in the Department of the Interior by an act of March 6, (32 Stat.
51), effective July 1, Transferred to the newly established Department of Commerce and Labor by act of Febru (32 Stat. ).Summary Tape File 1 (STF1) contains percent population and housing counts. Population items include age, race, sex, marital status, Hispanic origin, household type, and household relationship.
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