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Friday, April 18, 2014

Census demographic profile for CNMI

Gov. Benigno R. Fitial and Lt. Gov. Eloy S. Inos, in conjunction with U.S. Census Bureau and through the Department of Commerce, are pleased to report on the 2010 CNMI Demographic Profile Summary File, Census of Population and Housing.

Population subjects include: Age, Children ever born (fertility), Citizenship status, Class of worker, Disability status, Earnings in 2009, Educational attainment, Employment status and subsistence activity, Ethnic origin or race, Family type, Foreign-born status, Grandparents as caregivers, Group quarters population, Health insurance coverage status, Housing type and relationship, Income in 2009, Industry, Journey to work (commuting), Language spoken at home and frequency of language usage, Marital status, Nativity, Occupation, Parents’ place of birth, Place of birth, Place of work, Poverty status in 2009, Reason for moving, Remittances sent abroad in 2009, Residence in 2009 (migration), School enrollment, Service-connected disability status and ratings, Sex, Travel time to work, Veterans status, Vocational training, Work experience, and Year of entry.

Housing subjects include: Air conditioning, Battery-operated radio, Computer ownership, Gross rent, Internet services, Kitchen facilities, Mortgage status, Number of bedrooms, Occupancy status, Occupancy per room, Plumbing facilities, Selected monthly owner costs, Sewage disposal, Source of water, Telephone service available, Tenure, Type of building materials, Units in structure, Vacancy status, Value of home, Vehicles available, Year householder moved into unit, and Year structure built.

These summary data are part of a series of information extracted from the concluded US Census 2010. This release is significant compare to previous releases which are on general population, housing count or selected characteristics at general geographic levels. This release has many more levels of geographies that reflect down to the village level. It has a vast array of 121 demographic, social, and economic tabulated tables.

This benefits the CNMI in many ways since not only NMI but all data users can now see important tabulations of poverty statistics present in the Commonwealth, as well as distribution of sex and age of the population, the breakdown of ethnicities, average sized households, median incomes of households and individuals, school enrollment and attainment and a host of other interesting characteristics as stated above. (Office of the Governor)

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