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THE 1990 UNITED STATES CENSUS
These are the REGIONS commonly referred to in the US Census:
NORTHEAST (NE) 9 states (ME, NH, VT, MA, RI, CT, NY, PA, NJ) Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey
SOUTH (S) 16 states (DE, MD, WV, VA, NC, SC, GA, FL, AL, MS, TN, KY, AR, LA, TX, OK) Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma
MIDWEST (MW) 12 states (MI, OH, IN, IL, WI, MN, IA, MO, ND, SD, NE, KS) Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas,
WEST (W) 13 states (WA, OR, CA, NV, ID, UT, AZ, MT, WY, CO, NM, HI, AK) Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Hawaii, Alaska
November 7, 1991 release date: 1990 POPULATION FOR ALL PERSONS United States
Regions and Divisions States -Estimate of 12/29/94 261,653,497 United States 248,709,873
 Northeast Region 50,809,229  New England Div. 13,206,943  Middle Atlantic Div. 37,602,286
 Midwest Region 59,668,632  East North Central 42,008,942  West North Central 17,659,690
 South Region 85,445,930  South Atlantic Div. 43,566,853  East South Central 15,176,284  West South Central 26,702,793
 West Region 52,786,082  Mountain Division 13,658,776  Pacific Division 39,127,306
Maine 1,227,928 New Hampshire 1,109,252 Vermont 562,758 Massachusetts 6,016,425 Rhode Island 1,003,464 Connecticut 3,287,116 New York 17,990,455 New Jersey 7,730,188
Pennsylvania 11,881,643 Ohio 10,847,115 Indiana 5,544,159 Illinois 11,430,602 Michigan 9,295,297 Wisconsin 4,891,769 Minnesota 4,375,099 Iowa 2,776,755 Missouri 5,117,073
North Dakota 638,800 South Dakota 696,004 Nebraska 1,578,385 Kansas 2,477,574 Delaware 666,168 Maryland 4,781,468 District of Columbia 606,900 Virginia 6,187,358 West Virginia 1,793,477
North Carolina 6,628,637 South Carolina 3,486,703 Georgia 6,478,216 Florida 12,937,926 Kentucky 3,685,296 Tennessee 4,877,185 Alabama 4,040,587 Mississippi 2,573,216 Arkansas 2,350,725
Louisiana 4,219,973 Oklahoma 3,145,585 Texas 16,986,510 Montana 799,065 Idaho 1,006,749 Wyoming 453,588 Colorado 3,294,394 New Mexico 1,515,069 Arizona 3 665 228
Utah 1,722,850 Nevada 1,201,833 Washington 4,866,692 Oregon 2,842,321 California 29,760,021 Alaska 550,043 Hawaii 1,108,229
THE 1990 UNITED STATES CENSUS
1990 Census of Population and Housing Page 1 *** Alabama    Total population…………………………………….. 4,040,587 SEX  Male…………………………………………….. 1,936,162  Female…………………………………………… 2,104,425 AGE  Under 5 years…………………………………….. 283,295  5 to 17 years…………………………………….. 775,493  18 to 20 years……………………………………. 205,557  21 to 24 years……………………………………. 237,778  25 to 44 years……………………………………. 1,232,067  45 to 54 years……………………………………. 419,421  55 to 59 years……………………………………. 183,677  60 to 64 years……………………………………. 180,310  65 to 74 years……………………………………. 301,218  75 to 84 years……………………………………. 173,264  85 years and over…………………………………. 48,507  Median age……………………………………….. 33.0 Under 18 years………………………………………. 1,058,788  Percent of total population………………………… 26.2 65 years and over……………………………………. 522,989  Percent of total population………………………… 12.9 HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE Total households…………………………………….. 1,506,790  Family households (families)……………………….. 1,103,835  Married-couple families…………………………. 858,327  Percent of total households…………………… 57.0  Other family, male householder…………………… 44,288  Other family, female householder…………………. 201,220  Nonfamily households………………………………. 402,955  Percent of total households…………………… 26.7  Householder living alone………………………… 358,078  Householder 65 years and over…………………. 154,191  Persons living in households……………………….. 3,948,185  Persons per household……………………………… 2.62 GROUP QUARTERS  Persons living in group quarters……………………. 92,402  Institutionalized persons……………………….. 51,583  Other persons in group quarters………………….. 40,819 RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN  White……………………………………………. 2,975,797  Black……………………………………………. 1,020,705  Percent of total population……………………… 25.3  American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut…………………… 16,506  Percent of total population……………………… 0.4  Asian or Pacific Islander………………………….. 21,797  Percent of total population……………………… 0.5  Other race……………………………………….. 5,782  Hispanic origin (of any race)………………………. 24,629  Percent of total population……………………… 0.6
1990 Census of Population and Housing Page 2  *** Alabama Total housing units………………………………….. 1,670,379 OCCUPANCY AND TENURE  Occupied housing units…………………………….. 1,506,790
 Owner occupied…………………………………. 1,061,897  Percent owner occupied……………………….. 70.5  Renter occupied………………………………… 444,893  Vacant housing units………………………………. 163,589  For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use……… 35,609  Homeowner vacancy rate (percent)…………………….. 1.8  Rental vacancy rate (percent)……………………….. 9.4  Persons per owner-occupied unit…………………….. 2.70  Persons per renter-occupied unit……………………. 2.44  Units with over 1 person per room…………………… 52,927 UNITS IN STRUCTURE  1-unit, detached………………………………….. 1,133,927  1-unit, attached………………………………….. 31,943  2 to 4 units……………………………………… 96,104  5 to 9 units……………………………………… 66,413  10 or more units………………………………….. 102,462  Mobile home, trailer, other………………………… 239,530 VALUE  Specified owner-occupied units……………………… 753,827  Less than $50,000………………………………. 343,854  $50,000 to $99,000……………………………… 310,737  $100,000 to $149,000……………………………. 62,459  $150,000 to $199,999……………………………. 20,129  $200,000 to $299,999……………………………. 11,264  $300,000 or more……………………………….. 5,384  Median (dollars)……………………………….. 53,700 CONTRACT RENT  Specified renter-occupied units paying cash rent……… 386,1  Less than $250…………………………………. 214,363  $250 to $499…………………………………… 155,027  $500 to $749…………………………………… 14,380  $750 to $999…………………………………… 1,594  $1,000 or more…………………………………. 815  Median (dollars)……………………………….. 229 RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF HOUSEHOLDER  Occupied housing units…………………………….. 1,506,790  White…………………………………………. 1,159,263  Black…………………………………………. 334,513  Percent of occupied units…………………….. 22.2  American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut………………… 5,288  Percent of occupied units…………………….. 0.4  Asian or Pacific Islander……………………….. 6,077  Percent of occupied units…………………….. 0.4  Other race…………………………………….. 1,649  Hispanic origin (of any race)……………………. 7,373  Percent of occupied units…………………….. 0.5
1990 Census of Population and Housing Page 1  ** Alaska * Total population………………………………………. 550,043 SEX  Male…………………………………………….. 289,867  Female…………………………………………… 260,176 AGE  Under 5 years…………………………………….. 54,897  5 to 17 years…………………………………….. 117,447  18 to 20 years……………………………………. 22,934  21 to 24 years……………………………………. 32,913  25 to 44 years……………………………………. 216,062  45 to 54 years……………………………………. 53,929  55 to 59 years……………………………………. 16,595  60 to 64 years……………………………………. 12,897  65 to 74 years……………………………………. 15,548  75 to 84 years……………………………………. 5,570  85 years and over…………………………………. 1,251  Median age……………………………………….. 29.4 Under 18 years………………………………………. 172,344  Percent of total o ulation………………………… 31.3
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65 years and over……………………………………. 22,369  Percent of total population………………………… 4.1 HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE Total households…………………………………….. 188,915  Family households (families)……………………….. 132,837  Married-couple families…………………………. 106,079  Percent of total households…………………… 56.2  Other family, male householder…………………… 8,529  Other family, female householder…………………. 18,229  Nonfamily households………………………………. 56,078  Percent of total households…………………… 29.7  Householder living alone………………………… 41,826  Householder 65 years and over…………………. 5,737  Persons living in households……………………….. 529,342  Persons per household……………………………… 2.80 GROUP QUARTERS  Persons living in group quarters……………………. 20,701  Institutionalized persons……………………….. 4,574  Other persons in group quarters………………….. 16,127 RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN  White……………………………………………. 415,492  Black……………………………………………. 22,451  Percent of total population……………………… 4.1  American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut…………………… 85,698  Percent of total population……………………… 15.6  Asian or Pacific Islander………………………….. 19,728  Percent of total population……………………… 3.6  Other race……………………………………….. 6,674  Hispanic origin (of any race)………………………. 17,803  Percent of total population……………………… 3.2
1990 Census of Population and Housing Page 2  Alaska *** Total housing units………………………………….. 232,608 OCCUPANCY AND TENURE  Occupied housing units…………………………….. 188,915  Owner occupied…………………………………. 105,989  Percent owner occupied……………………….. 56.1  Renter occupied………………………………… 82,926  Vacant housing units………………………………. 43,693  For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use……… 16,991  Homeowner vacancy rate (percent)…………………….. 4.5  Rental vacancy rate (percent)……………………….. 8.5  Persons per owner-occupied unit…………………….. 2.97  Persons per renter-occupied unit……………………. 2.58  Units with over 1 person per room…………………… 16,201 UNITS IN STRUCTURE  1-unit, detached………………………………….. 124,185  1-unit, attached………………………………….. 15,963  2 to 4 units……………………………………… 30,358  5 to 9 units……………………………………… 16,171  10 or more units………………………………….. 21,229  Mobile home, trailer, other………………………… 24,702 VALUE  Specified owner-occupied units……………………… 77,527  Less than $50,000………………………………. 10,989  $50,000 to $99,000……………………………… 31,862  $100,000 to $149,000……………………………. 23,012  $150,000 to $199,999……………………………. 7,528  $200,000 to $299,999……………………………. 3,210  $300,000 or more……………………………….. 926  Median (dollars)……………………………….. 94,400 CONTRACT RENT  Specified renter-occupied units paying cash rent……… 70,579  Less than $250…………………………………. 5,785  $250 to $499…………………………………… 29,167  $500 to $749…………………………………… 23,750  $750 to $999…………………………………… 8,455
 $1,000 or more…………………………………. 3,422  Median (dollars)……………………………….. 503 RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF HOUSEHOLDER  Occupied housing units…………………………….. 188,915  White…………………………………………. 153,215  Black…………………………………………. 6,927  Percent of occupied units…………………….. 3.7  American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut………………… 22,305  Percent of occupied units…………………….. 11.8  Asian or Pacific Islander……………………….. 4,674  Percent of occupied units…………………….. 2.5  Other race…………………………………….. 1,794  Hispanic origin (of any race)……………………. 4,671  Percent of occupied units…………………….. 2.5 1990 Census of Population and Housing Page 1 *** Arizona    Total population…………………………………….. 3,665,228 SEX  Male…………………………………………….. 1,810,691  Female…………………………………………… 1,854,537 AGE  Under 5 years…………………………………….. 292,859  5 to 17 years…………………………………….. 688,260  18 to 20 years……………………………………. 172,063  21 to 24 years……………………………………. 220,617  25 to 44 years……………………………………. 1,163,607  45 to 54 years……………………………………. 349,516  55 to 59 years……………………………………. 146,658  60 to 64 years……………………………………. 152,874  65 to 74 years……………………………………. 290,044  75 to 84 years……………………………………. 151,013  85 years and over…………………………………. 37,717  Median age……………………………………….. 32.2 Under 18 years………………………………………. 981,119  Percent of total population………………………… 26.8 65 years and over……………………………………. 478,774  Percent of total population………………………… 13.1 HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE Total households…………………………………….. 1,368,843  Family households (families)……………………….. 940,106  Married-couple families…………………………. 747,806  Percent of total households…………………… 54.6  Other family, male householder…………………… 49,980  Other family, female householder…………………. 142,320  Nonfamily households………………………………. 428,737  Percent of total households…………………… 31.3  Householder living alone………………………… 337,681  Householder 65 years and over…………………. 119,287  Persons living in households……………………….. 3,584,545  Persons per household……………………………… 2.62 GROUP QUARTERS  Persons living in group quarters……………………. 80,683  Institutionalized persons……………………….. 41,508  Other persons in group quarters………………….. 39,175 RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN  White……………………………………………. 2,963,186  Black……………………………………………. 110,524  Percent of total population……………………… 3.0  American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut…………………… 203,527  Percent of total population……………………… 5.6  Asian or Pacific Islander………………………….. 55,206  Percent of total population……………………… 1.5  Other race……………………………………….. 332,785  Hispanic origin (of any race)………………………. 688,338  Percent of total population……………………… 18.8
1990 Census of Population and Housing Page 2  *** Arizona Total housing units………………………………….. 1,659,430 OCCUPANCY AND TENURE  Occupied housing units…………………………….. 1,368,843  Owner occupied…………………………………. 878,561  Percent owner occupied……………………….. 64.2  Renter occupied………………………………… 490,282  Vacant housing units………………………………. 290,587  For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use……… 96,104  Homeowner vacancy rate (percent)…………………….. 3.7  Rental vacancy rate (percent)……………………….. 15.3  Persons per owner-occupied unit…………………….. 2.71  Persons per renter-occupied unit……………………. 2.46  Units with over 1 person per room…………………… 101,636 UNITS IN STRUCTURE  1-unit, detached………………………………….. 867,884  1-unit, attached………………………………….. 109,989  2 to 4 units……………………………………… 88,371  5 to 9 units……………………………………… 61,111  10 or more units………………………………….. 257,208  Mobile home, trailer, other………………………… 274,867 VALUE  Specified owner-occupied units……………………… 668,718  Less than $50,000………………………………. 98,705  $50,000 to $99,000……………………………… 372,653  $100,000 to $149,000……………………………. 118,845  $150,000 to $199,999……………………………. 40,638  $200,000 to $299,999……………………………. 23,902  $300,000 or more……………………………….. 13,975  Median (dollars)……………………………….. 80,100 CONTRACT RENT  Specified renter-occupied units paying cash rent……… 456,937  Less than $250…………………………………. 73,866  $250 to $499…………………………………… 290,538  $500 to $749…………………………………… 76,518  $750 to $999…………………………………… 10,461  $1,000 or more…………………………………. 5,554  Median (dollars)……………………………….. 370 RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF HOUSEHOLDER  Occupied housing units…………………………….. 1,368,843  White…………………………………………. 1,177,349  Black…………………………………………. 37,140  Percent of occupied units…………………….. 2.7  American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut………………… 49,894  Percent of occupied units…………………….. 3.6  Asian or Pacific Islander……………………….. 15,934  Percent of occupied units…………………….. 1.2  Other race…………………………………….. 88,526  Hispanic origin (of any race)……………………. 184,942  Percent of occupied units…………………….. 13.5
1990 Census of Population and Housing Page 1 *** Arkansas    Total population…………………………………….. 2,350,725 SEX  Male…………………………………………….. 1,133,076  Female…………………………………………… 1,217,649 AGE  Under 5 years…………………………………….. 164,667  5 to 17 years…………………………………….. 456,464  18 to 20 years……………………………………. 109,879  21 to 24 years……………………………………. 127,177  25 to 44 years……………………………………. 685,748  45 to 54 years……………………………………. 243,337  55 to 59 years……………………………………. 105,811  60 to 64 years……………………………………. 107,584  65 to 74 ears……………………………………. 195,961
 75 to 84 years……………………………………. 118,881  85 years and over…………………………………. 35,216  Median age……………………………………….. 33.8 Under 18 years………………………………………. 621,131  Percent of total population………………………… 26.4 65 years and over……………………………………. 350,058  Percent of total population………………………… 14.9 HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE Total households…………………………………….. 891,179  Family households (families)……………………….. 651,555  Married-couple families…………………………. 527,358  Percent of total households…………………… 59.2  Other family, male householder…………………… 25,273  Other family, female householder…………………. 98,924  Nonfamily households………………………………. 239,624  Percent of total households…………………… 26.9  Householder living alone………………………… 213,778  Householder 65 years and over…………………. 103,386  Persons living in households……………………….. 2,292,393  Persons per household……………………………… 2.57 GROUP QUARTERS  Persons living in group quarters……………………. 58,332  Institutionalized persons……………………….. 34,223  Other persons in group quarters………………….. 24,109 RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN  White……………………………………………. 1,944,744  Black……………………………………………. 373,912  Percent of total population……………………… 15.9  American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut…………………… 12,773  Percent of total population……………………… 0.5  Asian or Pacific Islander………………………….. 12,530  Percent of total population……………………… 0.5  Other race……………………………………….. 6,766  Hispanic origin (of any race)………………………. 19,876  Percent of total population……………………… 0.8
1990 Census of Population and Housing Page 2 *** Arkansas     Total housing units………………………………….. 1,000,667 OCCUPANCY AND TENURE  Occupied housing units…………………………….. 891,179  Owner occupied…………………………………. 619,938  Percent owner occupied……………………….. 69.6  Renter occupied………………………………… 271,241  Vacant housing units………………………………. 109,488  For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use……… 18,224  Homeowner vacancy rate (percent)…………………….. 2.4  Rental vacancy rate (percent)……………………….. 10.4  Persons per owner-occupied unit…………………….. 2.61  Persons per renter-occupied unit……………………. 2.48  Units with over 1 person per room…………………… 33,197 UNITS IN STRUCTURE  1-unit, detached………………………………….. 708,751 1-unit, attached………………………………….. 18,175    2 to 4 units……………………………………… 60,820  5 to 9 units……………………………………… 27,024  10 or more units………………………………….. 44,454  Mobile home, trailer, other………………………… 141,443 VALUE  Specified owner-occupied units……………………… 427,676  Less than $50,000………………………………. 235,586  $50,000 to $99,000……………………………… 156,865  $100,000 to $149,000……………………………. 23,328  $150,000 to $199,999……………………………. 6,810  $200,000 to $299,999……………………………. 3,519  $300,000 or more……………………………….. 1,568  Median (dollars)……………………………….. 46,300 CONTRACT RENT
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