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Florida 2000 Census Information

Profile of General Population and Housing Characteristics: 2000



2000 Census data for Florida

2000 SEX AND AGE POPULATION FOR Florida    
Total 2000 Census Population for Florida 15,982,378 100.0%
Male Population 7,797,715 48.8%
Female Population 8,184,663 51.2%
Under 5 years 945,823 5.9%
5 to 9 years 1,031,718 6.5%
10 to 14 years 1,057,024 6.6%
15 to 19 years 1,014,067 6.3%
20 to 24 years 928,310 5.8%
25 to 34 years 2,084,100 13.0%
35 to 44 years 2,485,247 15.5%
45 to 54 years 2,069,479 12.9%
55 to 59 years 821,517 5.1%
60 to 64 years 737,496 4.6%
65 to 74 years 1,452,176 9.1%
75 to 84 years 1,024,134 6.4%
85 years and over 331,287 2.1%
     
25 to 29 years 995,358 6.2%
30 to 34 years 1,088,742 6.8%
35 to 39 years 1,261,040 7.9%
40 to 44 years 1,224,207 7.7%
45 to 49 years 1,085,400 6.8%
50 to 54 years 984,079 6.2%
55 to 59 years 821,517 5.1%
60 to 64 years 737,496 4.6%
65 to 69 years 727,495 4.6%
70 to 74 years 724,681 4.5%
75 to 79 years 616,693 3.9%
80 to 84 years 407,441 2.5%
     
Median age (years) for Florida 38.7 ( X )
     
18 years and over 12,336,038 77.2%
Male Population for Florida 5,926,729 37.1%
Female Population for Florida 6,409,309 40.1%
21 years and over 11,736,378 73.4%
62 years and over 3,245,806 20.3%
65 years and over 2,807,597 17.6%
Male 1,216,647 7.6%
Female 1,590,950 10.0%
     
Male population 7,797,715 48.8%
Under 5 years 484,767 3.0%
5 to 9 years 529,036 3.3%
10 to 14 years 541,727 3.4%
15 to 19 years 521,474 3.3%
25 to 29 years 504,211 3.2%
30 to 34 years 549,078 3.4%
35 to 39 years 631,110 3.9%
40 to 44 years 606,579 3.8%
45 to 49 years 530,063 3.3%
50 to 54 years 475,141 3.0%
55 to 59 years 388,142 2.4%
60 to 64 years 344,562 2.2%
65 to 69 years 339,444 2.1%
70 to 74 years 329,113 2.1%
75 to 79 years 268,127 1.7%
80 to 84 years 167,803 1.0%
     
Median age (years) 37.3 ( X )
     
16 years and over 6,136,241 38.4%
18 years and over 5,926,729 37.1%
21 years and over 5,619,398 35.2%
62 years and over 1,421,250 8.9%
65 years and over 1,104,487 6.9%
     
Female population 8,184,663 51.2%
Under 5 years 461,056 2.9%
5 to 9 years 502,682 3.1%
10 to 14 years 515,297 3.2%
15 to 19 years 492,593 3.1%
25 to 29 years 491,147 3.1%
30 to 34 years 539,664 3.4%
35 to 39 years 629,930 3.9%
40 to 44 years 617,628 3.9%
45 to 49 years 555,337 3.5%
50 to 54 years 508,938 3.2%
55 to 59 years 433,375 2.7%
60 to 64 years 392,934 2.5%
65 to 69 years 388,051 2.4%
70 to 74 years 395,568 2.5%
75 to 79 years 348,566 2.2%
80 to 84 years 239,638 1.5%
     
Median age (years) 40.1 ( X )
     
16 years and over 6,605,580 41.3%
18 years and over 6,409,309 40.1%
21 years and over 6,116,980 38.3%
62 years and over 1,824,556 11.4%
65 years and over 1,371,823 8.6%
     
POPULATION BY RACE FOR Florida    
One race 15,606,063 97.6%
White 12,465,029 78.0%
Black or African American 2,335,505 14.6%
American Indian and Alaska Native 53,541 0.3%
Asian 266,256 1.7%
Asian Indian 70,740 0.4%
Chinese 46,368 0.3%
Filipino 54,310 0.3%
Japanese 10,897 0.1%
Korean 19,139 0.1%
Vietnamese 33,190 0.2%
Other Asian [1] 31,612 0.2%
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 8,625 0.1%
Native Hawaiian 2,131 0.0%
Guamanian or Chamorro 2,319 0.0%
Samoan 1,232 0.0%
Other Pacific Islander [2] 2,943 0.0%
Some other race 477,107 3.0%
Two or more races 376,315 2.4%
     
Race alone or in combination with one or more other races [3]    
White 12,734,292 79.7%
Black or African American 2,471,730 15.5%
American Indian and Alaska Native 117,880 0.7%
Asian 333,013 2.1%
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 23,998 0.2%
Some other race 697,074 4.4%
     
HISPANIC OR LATINO AND RACE    
Total population 15,982,378 100.0%
Hispanic or Latino (of any race) 2,682,715 16.8%
Mexican 363,925 2.3%
Puerto Rican 482,027 3.0%
Cuban 833,120 5.2%
Other Hispanic or Latino 1,003,643 6.3%
Not Hispanic or Latino 13,299,663 83.2%
White alone 10,458,509 65.4%
     
RELATIONSHIP    
Total population 15,982,378 100.0%
In households 15,593,433 97.6%
Householder 6,337,929 39.7%
Spouse 3,192,266 20.0%
Child 4,171,924 26.1%
Own child under 18 years 3,200,461 20.0%
Other relatives 954,061 6.0%
Under 18 years 345,104 2.2%
Nonrelatives 937,253 5.9%
Unmarried partner 369,622 2.3%
In group quarters 388,945 2.4%
Institutionalized population 248,350 1.6%
Noninstitutionalized population 140,595 0.9%
     
HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE    
Total households 6,337,929 100.0%
Family households (families) 4,210,760 66.4%
With own children under 18 years 1,779,586 28.1%
Married-couple family 3,192,266 50.4%
With own children under 18 years 1,215,197 19.2%
Female householder, no husband present 759,000 12.0%
With own children under 18 years 437,680 6.9%
Nonfamily households 2,127,169 33.6%
Householder living alone 1,687,303 26.6%
Householder 65 years and over 710,025 11.2%
Households with individuals under 18 years 1,986,554 31.3%
Households with individuals 65 years and over 1,943,478 30.7%
Average household size 2.46 ( X )
Average family size 2.98 ( X )
     
HOUSING OCCUPANCY    
Total housing units 7,302,947 100.0%
Occupied housing units 6,337,929 86.8%
Vacant housing units 965,018 13.2%
For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use 482,944 6.6%
Homeowner vacancy rate (percent) 2.2 ( X )
Rental vacancy rate (percent) 9.3 ( X )
     
HOUSING TENURE    
Occupied housing units 6,337,929 100.0%
Owner-occupied housing units 4,441,799 70.1%
Renter-occupied housing units 1,896,130 29.9%
Average household size of owner-occupied unit 2.49 ( X )
Average household size of renter-occupied unit 2.39 ( X )

X Not applicable.

[1] Other Asian alone, or two or more Asian categories.

[2] Other Pacific Islander alone, or two or more Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander categories.

[3] One of the four most commonly reported multiple-race combinations nationwide in Census 2000.

[4] In combination with one or more of the other races listed. The six numbers may add to more than the total population, and the six percentages may add to more than 100 percent because individuals may report more than one race.

[5] This category is composed of people whose origins are from the Dominican Republic, Spain, and Spanish-speaking Central or South American countries. It also includes general origin responses such as "Latino" or "Hispanic."

[6] "Spouse" represents spouse of the householder. It does not reflect all spouses in a household. Responses of "same-sex spouse" were edited during processing to "unmarried partner."

[7] "Family households" consist of a householder and one or more other people related to the householder by birth, marriage, or adoption. They do not include same-sex married couples even if the marriage was performed in a state issuing marriage certificates for same-sex couples. Same-sex couple households are included in the family households category if there is at least one additional person related to the householder by birth or adoption. Same-sex couple households with no relatives of the householder present are tabulated in nonfamily households. "Nonfamily households" consist of people living alone and households which do not have any members related to the householder.

[8] The homeowner vacancy rate is the proportion of the homeowner inventory that is vacant "for sale." It is computed by dividing the total number of vacant units "for sale only" by the sum of owner-occupied units, vacant units that are "for sale only," and vacant units that have been sold but not yet occupied; and then multiplying by 100.

[9] The rental vacancy rate is the proportion of the rental inventory that is vacant "for rent." It is computed by dividing the total number of vacant units "for rent" by the sum of the renter-occupied units, vacant units that are "for rent," and vacant units that have been rented but not yet occupied; and then multiplying by 100.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census.

 


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