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CensusCD 1990 Long Form Tables of Variables (by Group)

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Over 3,500 demographic variables are available for every area.

Whether you need to know the total population, median income, housing values, or even the percent of houses with indoor plumbing in a given area, CensusCD 1990 Long Form can provide your answers. It contains all of the demographic variables released on the 1990 Census STF-3 files.

CensusCD 1990 Long Form covers over 375,000 locations (zips, block groups, tracts, counties, etc). The Census Bureau organizes the variables into 300 different Tables. We have further grouped these Tables into 14 Groups of demographics to ease with selections. The 14 Groups are broken out into their categories below, but the general overview is as follows:

  1. General - summaries of demographic characteristics
  2. Header - Geographic Identifiers, details of geographic definitions
  3. Person - population variables by age and gender
  4. Families - characteristics of family units
  5. Household - descriptions of family and non-family living
  6. Race - racial data by age and gender
  7. Language - first and second languages and English proficiency by ages
  8. Occupation - profession, employment, and commuting times
  9. Education - educational enrollment and attainment levels by age and gender
  10. Income - income source and amounts by household, family, per capita also broken out by age and race
  11. Poverty - levels of poverty by household, age and race
  12. Housing - size, value, plumbing and kitchen facilities, heating fuels
  13. Rent Housing - rental amounts and characteristics
  14. Owner Occupied - owner characteristics, mortgage amounts, and housing values

For example, if you wanted to know how many Female-Headed Households there were in an area you would select: Group = Family Table = "Female no husband, children" and/or "Female no husband, no children"

If you wanted to know the break out between public and private school attendance you would select: Group = Education Table = "In elementary or High School, public school" versus "In elementary or High School, private school"

For a complete list of variables from the 1990 Long Form, Click Here.


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