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General Population and Housing Characteristics: 1990 -- Cleveland-Akron-Lorain, OH


 

Background

Consider These Questions

 

Community Profile reports are available from the census on every community in the United States. The reports offer detailed information (in the form of statistics) on the area in question. These profiles are used to help determine need and deservedness of communities for government or private funding. These sample forms provide data on the Cleveland-Akron-Lorain, Ohio, communities.



 


Subject


Number

 

 

                    Total population

2,759,823

 

 

SEX

 

    Male

1,316,157

    Female

1,443,666

 

 

AGE

 

    Under 5 years

196,021

    5 to 17 years

489,198

    18 to 20 years

121,100

    21 to 24 years

153,007

    25 to 44 years

873,350

    45 to 54 years

284,801

    55 to 59 years

125,616

    60 to 64 years

133,506

    65 to 74 years

229,481

    75 to 84 years

118,406

    85 years and over

35,337

 

 

    Under 18 years

685,219

 

 

    65 years and over

383,224

 

 

HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE

 

                    Total households

1,057,653

    Family households (families)

733,646

          Married-couple families

562,527

          Other family, male householder

33,933

          Other family, female householder

137,186

    Nonfamily households

324,007

          Householder living alone

279,899

                Householder 65 years and over

112,541

 

 

    Persons living in households

2,708,761

    Persons per household

2.56

 

 

GROUP QUARTERS

 

    Persons living in group quarters

51,062

          Institutionalized persons

26,704

          Other persons in group quarters

24,358

 

 

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN

 

    White

2,261,217

    Black

441,940

    American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut

5,133

    Asian or Pacific Islander

28,187

    Other race

23,346

 

 

    Hispanic origin (of any race)

52,997

 

 

                    Total housing units

1,122,697

 

 

OCCUPANCY AND TENURE

 

    Occupied housing units

1,057,653

          Owner occupied

707,180

          Renter occupied

350,473

    Vacant housing units

65,044

          For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use

3,268

 

 

    Homeowner vacancy rate

1.1

    Rental vacancy rate

8.0

 

 

    Persons per owner-occupied unit

2.76

    Persons per renter-occupied unit

2.17

 

 

    Units with over 1 person per room

16,302

 

 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE

 

    1-unit detached

712,641

    1-unit attached

51,863

    2 to 4 units

127,827

    5 to 9 units

46,065

    10 or more units

154,083

    Mobile home, trailer, or other

30,218

 

 

VALUE

 

                    Specified owner-occupied housing units

601,868

    Less than $50,000

139,187

    $50,000 to $99,999

319,206

    $100,000 to $149,999

90,027

    $150,000 to $199,999

29,364

    $200,000 to $299,999

16,309

    $300,000 or more

7,775

 

 

    Median (dollars)

71,100

 

 

CONTRACT RENT

 

                    Specified renter-occupied housing units paying cash rent

332,800

    Less than $250

98,649

    $250 to $499

194,585

    $500 to $749

32,946

    $750 to $999

4,317

    $1,000 or more

2,303

 

 

    Median (dollars)

324

 

 

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN OF HOUSEHOLDER

 

                    Occupied housing units

1,057,653

    White

878,910

    Black

161,734

    American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut

1,928

    Asian or Pacific Islander

8,303

    Other race

6,778

 

 

    Hispanic origin (of any race)

16,050

(X) Not applicable
Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1990 Census of Population and Housing, Summary Tape File 1 (100% Data)
           Matrices P1, P3, P5, P6, P8, P11, P15, P16, P23, H1, H2, H3, H5, H8, H10, H18A, H21, H23, H23B, H32, H32B, H41.

NOTE TO ALL DATA USERS: All survey and census results contain measurement error and may contain sampling error.
Information about these potential errors is provided or referenced with the data or the source of the data. The Census Bureau
recommends that data users incorporate this information into their analyses as these errors could impact inferences.
Researchers analyzing data to create their own estimates are responsible for the validity of those estimates and should not
cite the Census Bureau as the source of the estimates but only as the source of the core data.

We have modified some data to protect individuals' privacy, but in a way that preserves the usefulness of the data.

NOTE TO ALL DATA USERS: All survey and census results contain measurement error and may contain sampling error. Information about these potential errors is provided or referenced with the data or the source of the data. The Census Bureau recommends that data users incorporate this information into their analyses as these errors could impact inferences. Researchers analyzing data to create their own estimates are responsible for the validity of those estimates and should not cite the Census Bureau as the source of the estimates but only as the source of the core data.

We have modified some data to protect individuals' privacy, but in a way that preserves the usefulness of the data.

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