SELECTED POPULATION PROFILE IN THE UNITED STATES American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates

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1 S0201 SELECTED POPULATION PROFILE IN THE UNITED STATES 2013 American Community Survey 1-Year Estimates Supporting documentation on code lists, subject definitions, data accuracy, and statistical testing can be found on the American Community Survey website in the Data and Documentation section. Sample size and data quality measures (including coverage rates, allocation rates, and response rates) can be found on the American Community Survey website in the Methodology section. Although the American Community Survey (ACS) produces population, demographic and housing unit estimates, it is the Census Bureau's Population Estimates Program that produces and disseminates the official estimates of the population for the nation, states, counties, cities and towns and estimates of housing units for states and counties. Subject TOTAL NUMBER OF RACES REPORTED Total population Two or Two or more Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Total population 1,404,054 ***** 330,017 +/-11, ,139 One race 76.5% +/-0.8 (X) (X) (X) Two races 15.2% +/ % +/ % Three races 7.5% +/ % +/ % Four or 0.9% +/ % +/ % SEX AND AGE Total population 1,404,054 ***** 330,017 +/-11, ,139 Male 50.6% +/ % +/ % Female 49.4% +/ % +/ % Under 5 years 6.5% +/ % +/ % 5 to 17 years 15.4% +/ % +/ % 18 to 24 years 9.8% +/ % +/ % 25 to 34 years 14.5% +/ % +/ % 35 to 44 years 12.6% +/ % +/ % 45 to 54 years 12.8% +/ % +/ % 55 to 64 years 12.7% +/ % +/ % 65 to 74 years 8.6% +/ % +/ % 75 years and over 7.1% +/ % +/ % Median age (years) / / years and over 78.1% +/ % +/ % 21 years and over 74.6% +/ % +/ % 62 years and over 19.0% +/ % +/ % 65 years and over 15.7% +/ % +/ % Under 18 years 307,226 +/ ,459 +/-6, ,780 Male 51.7% +/ % +/ % Female 48.3% +/ % +/ % 1 of 17 10/03/2014

2 Total population Two or Two or more Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error Estimate 18 years and over 1,096,828 +/ ,558 +/-8, ,359 Male 50.3% +/ % +/ % Female 49.7% +/ % +/ % 18 to 34 years 341,092 +/-1,140 88,956 +/-4,511 85,872 Male 54.2% +/ % +/ % Female 45.8% +/ % +/ % 35 to 64 years 535,628 +/-1,379 92,290 +/-5,092 87,904 Male 50.3% +/ % +/ % Female 49.7% +/ % +/ % 65 years and over 220,108 +/ ,312 +/-2,071 20,583 Male 44.5% +/ % +/ % Female 55.5% +/ % +/ % RELATIONSHIP Population in households 1,360,772 ***** 319,705 +/-11, ,000 Householder or spouse 50.3% +/ % +/ % Child 29.0% +/ % +/ % Other relatives 13.5% +/ % +/ % Nonrelatives 7.2% +/ % +/ % Unmarried partner 2.0% +/ % +/ % HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE Households 450,120 +/-4,406 68,768 +/-3,702 66,697 Family households 69.1% +/ % +/ % With own children under 18 years 26.7% +/ % +/ % Married-couple family 52.3% +/ % +/ % With own children under 18 years 20.2% +/ % +/ % Female householder, no husband present, family 11.8% +/ % +/ % With own children under 18 years 4.6% +/ % +/ % Nonfamily households 30.9% +/ % +/ % Male householder 15.8% +/ % +/ % Living alone 11.9% +/ % +/ % Not living alone 3.8% +/ % +/ % Female householder 15.1% +/ % +/ % Living alone 12.2% +/ % +/ % Not living alone 2.9% +/ % +/ % Average household size / / Average family size / / MARITAL STATUS Population 15 years and over 1,145,298 +/ ,926 +/-8, ,090 Now married, except separated 50.1% +/ % +/ % Widowed 5.9% +/ % +/ % Divorced 9.4% +/ % +/ % Separated 1.4% +/ % +/ % Never married 33.3% +/ % +/ % Male 15 years and over 576,976 +/-1, ,011 +/-5, ,074 Now married, except separated 50.5% +/ % +/ % Widowed 2.5% +/ % +/ % 2 of 17 10/03/2014

3 Total population Two or Two or more Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Divorced 8.2% +/ % +/ % Separated 1.3% +/ % +/ % Never married 37.5% +/ % +/ % Female 15 years and over 568,322 +/-1, ,915 +/-4, ,016 Now married, except separated 49.7% +/ % +/ % Widowed 9.3% +/ % +/ % Divorced 10.5% +/ % +/ % Separated 1.6% +/ % +/ % Never married 28.9% +/ % +/ % SCHOOL ENROLLMENT Population 3 years and over enrolled in school 338,688 +/-6, ,563 +/-7, ,764 Nursery school, preschool 5.8% +/ % +/ % Kindergarten 5.7% +/ % +/ % Elementary school (grades 1-8) 38.3% +/ % +/ % High school (grades 9-12) 19.6% +/ % +/ % College or graduate school 30.6% +/ % +/ % Male 3 years and over enrolled in school 170,968 +/-4,214 62,871 +/-4,370 60,534 Percent enrolled in kindergarten to grade % +/ % +/ % Percent enrolled in college or graduate school 28.6% +/ % +/ % Female 3 years and over enrolled in school 167,720 +/-4,249 62,692 +/-3,829 61,230 Percent enrolled in kindergarten to grade % +/ % +/ % Percent enrolled in college or graduate school 32.7% +/ % +/ % EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT Population 25 years and over 959,903 +/-1, ,594 +/-6, ,658 Less than high school diploma 9.0% +/ % +/ % High school graduate (includes equivalency) 27.4% +/ % +/ % Some college or associate's degree 32.4% +/ % +/ % Bachelor's degree 20.8% +/ % +/ % Graduate or professional degree 10.4% +/ % +/ % High school graduate or higher 91.0% +/ % +/ % Male, high school graduate or higher 91.5% +/ % +/ % Female, high school graduate or higher 90.5% +/ % +/ % Bachelor's degree or higher 31.2% +/ % +/ % Male, bachelor's degree or higher 30.3% +/ % +/ % Female, bachelor's degree or higher 32.1% +/ % +/ % FERTILITY Women 15 to 50 years 318,851 +/-1,719 82,758 +/-4,060 79,985 Women 15 to 50 years who had a birth in the past 12 18,332 +/-2,019 4,997 +/-1,302 4,805 months Unmarried women 15 to 50 years who had a birth in 5,944 +/-1,273 2,399 +/-991 2,399 the past 12 months As a percent of all women with a birth in the past 12 months 32.4% +/ % +/ % RESPONSIBILITY FOR GRANDCHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS Population 30 years and over 853,017 +/-1, ,033 +/-6, ,473 Living with grandchild(ren) 6.6% +/ % +/ % Responsible for grandchild(ren) 20.7% +/ % +/ % VETERAN STATUS Civilian population 18 years and over 1,051,250 +/-3, ,199 +/-8, ,349 3 of 17 10/03/2014

4 Total population Two or Two or more Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Civilian veteran 10.3% +/ % +/ % DISABILITY STATUS Total civilian noninstitutionalized population 1,345,168 +/-3, ,767 +/-11, ,752 With a disability 11.2% +/ % +/ % Civilian noninstitutionalized population under 18 years 306,848 +/ ,390 +/-6, ,711 With a disability 3.1% +/ % +/ % Civilian noninstitutionalized population 18 to 64 years 822,542 +/-3, ,331 +/-7, ,724 With a disability 7.9% +/ % +/ % Civilian noninstitutionalized population 65 years and 215,778 +/ ,046 +/-2,049 20,317 older With a disability 35.6% +/ % +/ % RESIDENCE 1 YEAR AGO Population 1 year and over 1,387,361 +/-1, ,241 +/-11, ,747 Same house 84.9% +/ % +/ % Different house in the U.S. 14.0% +/ % +/ % Same county 9.3% +/ % +/ % Different county 4.7% +/ % +/ % Same state 0.5% +/ % +/ % Different state 4.2% +/ % +/ % Abroad 1.1% +/ % +/ % PLACE OF BIRTH, CITIZENSHIP STATUS AND YEAR OF ENTRY Native 1,157,590 +/-10, ,785 +/-11, ,913 Male 52.1% +/ % +/ % Female 47.9% +/ % +/ % Foreign born 246,464 +/-10,113 8,232 +/-1,895 7,226 Male 43.6% +/ % +/ % Female 56.4% +/ % +/ % Foreign born; naturalized U.S. citizen 139,732 +/-6,178 4,012 +/-1,020 3,312 Male 42.3% +/ % +/ % Female 57.7% +/ % +/ % Foreign born; not a U.S. citizen 106,732 +/-7,673 4,220 +/-1,455 3,914 Male 45.3% +/ % +/ % Female 54.7% +/ % +/ % Population born outside the United States 246,464 +/-10,113 8,232 +/-1,895 7,226 Entered 2010 or later 9.4% +/ % +/ % Entered 2000 to % +/ % +/ % Entered before % +/ % +/ % WORLD REGION OF BIRTH OF FOREIGN BORN Foreign-born population excluding population born at 246,464 +/-10,113 8,232 +/-1,895 7,226 sea Europe 4.5% +/ % +/-4.2 N Asia 79.2% +/ % +/-12.2 N Africa 0.8% +/ % +/-5.3 N Oceania 9.3% +/ % +/-12.3 N 4 of 17 10/03/2014

5 Total population Two or Two or more Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Latin America 4.1% +/ % +/-2.8 N Northern America 2.1% +/ % +/-1.4 N LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH Population 5 years and over 1,313,348 +/ ,916 +/-10, ,740 English only 74.9% +/ % +/ % Language other than English 25.1% +/ % +/ % Speak English less than "very well" 13.1% +/ % +/ % EMPLOYMENT STATUS Population 16 years and over 1,128,541 +/-1, ,548 +/-8, ,096 In labor force 64.8% +/ % +/ % Civilian labor force 60.7% +/ % +/ % Employed 57.0% +/ % +/ % Unemployed 3.7% +/ % +/ % Percent of civilian labor force 6.1% +/ % +/ % Armed Forces 4.0% +/ % +/ % Not in labor force 35.2% +/ % +/ % Females 16 years and over 560,005 +/-1, ,700 +/-4, ,998 In labor force 59.1% +/ % +/ % Civilian labor force 58.2% +/ % +/ % Employed 54.8% +/ % +/ % Unemployed 3.4% +/ % +/ % Percent of civilian labor force 5.8% +/ % +/ % COMMUTING TO WORK Workers 16 years and over 672,446 +/-6, ,687 +/-6, ,007 Car, truck, or van - drove alone 67.6% +/ % +/ % Car, truck, or van - carpooled 13.5% +/ % +/ % Public transportation (excluding taxicab) 6.1% +/ % +/ % Walked 4.2% +/ % +/ % Other means 4.2% +/ % +/ % Worked at home 4.4% +/ % +/ % Mean travel time to work (minutes) / / OCCUPATION Civilian employed population 16 years and over 643,571 +/-7, ,937 +/-6, ,309 Management, business, science, and arts 34.2% +/ % +/ % Service 22.4% +/ % +/ % Sales and office 25.1% +/ % +/ % Natural resources, construction, and maintenance 9.3% +/ % +/ % Production, transportation, and material moving 8.9% +/ % +/ % Male civilian employed population 16 years and over 336,565 +/-6,138 63,551 +/-4,245 60,575 Management, business, science, and arts 31.7% +/ % +/ % Service 22.4% +/ % +/ % Sales and office 15.5% +/ % +/ % Natural resources, construction, and maintenance 17.1% +/ % +/ % Production, transportation, and material moving 13.3% +/ % +/ % 5 of 17 10/03/2014

6 Total population Two or Two or more Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Female civilian employed population 16 years and 307,006 +/-5,332 66,386 +/-4,342 64,734 over Management, business, science, and arts 37.1% +/ % +/ % Service 22.4% +/ % +/ % Sales and office 35.6% +/ % +/ % Natural resources, construction, and maintenance 0.7% +/ % +/ % Production, transportation, and material moving 4.2% +/ % +/ % INDUSTRY Civilian employed population 16 years and over 643,571 +/-7, ,937 +/-6, ,309 Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining 1.4% +/ % +/ % Construction 7.0% +/ % +/ % Manufacturing 2.9% +/ % +/ % Wholesale trade 2.3% +/ % +/ % Retail trade 11.6% +/ % +/ % Transportation and warehousing, and utilities 6.2% +/ % +/ % Information 1.8% +/ % +/ % Finance and insurance, and real estate and rental 6.8% +/ % +/ % and leasing Professional, scientific, and management, and 9.4% +/ % +/ % administrative and waste management services Educational services, and health care and social 21.5% +/ % +/ % assistance Arts, entertainment, and recreation, and 16.0% +/ % +/ % accommodation and food services Other services (except public administration) 4.1% +/ % +/ % Public administration 8.9% +/ % +/ % CLASS OF WORKER Civilian employed population 16 years and over 643,571 +/-7, ,937 +/-6, ,309 Private wage and salary workers 71.8% +/ % +/ % Government workers 21.0% +/ % +/ % Self-employed workers in own not incorporated 7.0% +/ % +/ % business Unpaid family workers 0.1% +/ % +/ % INCOME IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS (IN 2013 INFLATION-ADJUSTED DOLLARS) Households 450,120 +/-4,406 68,768 +/-3,702 66,697 Median household income (dollars) 68,020 +/-1,523 65,832 +/-4,634 66,282 With earnings 80.9% +/ % +/ % Mean earnings (dollars) 82,773 +/-1,801 78,692 +/-4,023 78,582 With Social Security income 33.2% +/ % +/ % Mean Social Security income (dollars) 18,086 +/ ,284 +/-1,127 17,263 With Supplemental Security Income 4.3% +/ % +/ % Mean Supplemental Security Income (dollars) 8,339 +/-444 8,383 +/-986 8,418 With cash public assistance income 4.0% +/ % +/ % Mean cash public assistance income (dollars) 3,904 +/-386 3,866 +/-710 3,845 With retirement income 22.4% +/ % +/ % Mean retirement income (dollars) 27,748 +/-1,369 25,297 +/-4,870 25,294 With Food Stamp/SNAP benefits 11.3% +/ % +/ % Families 311,203 +/-4,720 50,424 +/-3,087 48,735 Median family income (dollars) 80,316 +/-1,782 75,156 +/-4,452 75,350 Married-couple family 75.6% +/ % +/ % Median income (dollars) 89,396 +/-2,296 86,189 +/-7,345 86,800 Male householder, no spouse present, family 7.4% +/ % +/ % Median income (dollars) 60,859 +/-6,538 64,271 +/-19,352 66,228 6 of 17 10/03/2014

7 Total population Two or Two or more Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Female householder, no husband present, family 17.0% +/ % +/ % Median income (dollars) 50,333 +/-4,162 42,652 +/-17,368 42,369 Individuals 1,404,054 ***** 330,017 +/-11, ,139 Per capita income (dollars) 29,577 +/ ,590 +/-1,054 19,632 With earnings for full-time, year-round workers: Male 288,128 +/-5,605 46,253 +/-3,395 43,654 Female 200,438 +/-5,142 39,956 +/-3,452 39,057 Mean earnings (dollars) for full-time, year-round workers: Male 59,713 +/-1,499 55,758 +/-2,598 55,691 Female 47,313 +/-1,200 41,875 +/-1,708 42,077 Median earnings (dollars) full-time, year-round workers: Male 48,440 +/-2,358 46,756 +/-4,382 46,649 Female 40,370 +/ ,989 +/-1,715 37,067 HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE Civilian noninstitutionalized population 1,345,168 +/-3, ,767 +/-11, ,752 With private health insurance 75.6% +/ % +/ % With public coverage 31.5% +/ % +/ % No health insurance coverage 6.7% +/ % +/ % POVERTY RATES FOR FAMILIES AND PEOPLE FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED All families 7.1% +/ % +/ % With related children under 18 years 10.3% +/ % +/ % With related children under 5 years only 9.3% +/ % +/ % Married-couple family 3.9% +/ % +/ % With related children under 18 years 4.4% +/ % +/ % With related children under 5 years only 2.6% +/ % +/ % Female householder, no husband present, family 18.3% +/ % +/ % With related children under 18 years 28.1% +/ % +/ % With related children under 5 years only 38.1% +/ % +/ % All people 10.8% +/ % +/ % Under 18 years 13.3% +/ % +/ % Related children under 18 years 12.7% +/ % +/ % Related children under 5 years 12.7% +/ % +/ % Related children 5 to 17 years 12.7% +/ % +/ % 18 years and over 10.1% +/ % +/ % 18 to 64 years 10.9% +/ % +/ % 65 years and over 7.2% +/ % +/ % People in families 7.5% +/ % +/ % Unrelated individuals 15 years and over 26.3% +/ % +/ % HOUSING TENURE Occupied housing units 450,120 +/-4,406 68,768 +/-3,702 66,697 Owner-occupied housing units 56.2% +/ % +/ % Renter-occupied housing units 43.8% +/ % +/ % Average household size of owner-occupied unit / / Average household size of renter-occupied unit / / UNITS IN STRUCTURE Occupied housing units 450,120 +/-4,406 68,768 +/-3,702 66,697 1-unit, detached or attached 65.7% +/ % +/ % 2 to 4 units 6.0% +/ % +/ % 5 or more units 28.1% +/ % +/ % Mobile home, boat, RV, van, etc. 0.1% +/ % +/ % YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT Occupied housing units 450,120 +/-4,406 68,768 +/-3,702 66,697 Built 2010 or later 2.1% +/ % +/ % 7 of 17 10/03/2014

8 Total population Two or Two or more Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Built 2000 to % +/ % +/ % Built 1980 to % +/ % +/ % Built 1960 to % +/ % +/ % Built 1940 to % +/ % +/ % Built 1939 or earlier 3.1% +/ % +/ % VEHICLES AVAILABLE Occupied housing units 450,120 +/-4,406 68,768 +/-3,702 66,697 None 9.0% +/ % +/ % 1 or more 91.0% +/ % +/ % HOUSE HEATING FUEL Occupied housing units 450,120 +/-4,406 68,768 +/-3,702 66,697 Gas 3.3% +/ % +/ % Electricity 27.9% +/ % +/ % All other fuels 3.1% +/ % +/ % No fuel used 65.7% +/ % +/ % SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS Occupied housing units 450,120 +/-4,406 68,768 +/-3,702 66,697 No telephone service available 2.3% +/ % +/ % 1.01 or more occupants per room 8.8% +/ % +/ % SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS Housing units with a mortgage (excluding units where 170,664 +/-4,285 28,028 +/-2,321 27,075 SMOC cannot be computed) Less than 30 percent 56.3% +/ % +/ % 30 percent or more 43.7% +/ % +/ % OWNER CHARACTERISTICS Owner-occupied housing units 252,999 +/-3,913 36,237 +/-2,781 35,259 Median value (dollars) 500,000 +/-10, ,600 +/-20, ,900 Median selected monthly owner costs with a 2,220 +/-46 2,131 +/-106 2,139 mortgage (dollars) Median selected monthly owner costs without a 484 +/ / mortgage (dollars) GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS Occupied units paying rent (excluding units where 180,074 +/-5,264 30,515 +/-2,387 29,422 GRAPI cannot be computed) Less than 30 percent 44.4% +/ % +/ % 30 percent or more 55.6% +/ % +/ % GROSS RENT Occupied units paying rent 183,426 +/-5,172 30,760 +/-2,408 29,667 Median gross rent (dollars) 1,414 +/-32 1,328 +/-68 1,327 COMPUTERS AND INTERNET USE Total households 450,120 +/-4,406 68,768 +/-3,702 66,697 With a computer 86.4% +/ % +/ % With a broadband Internet subscription 78.6% +/ % +/ % 8 of 17 10/03/2014

9 TOTAL NUMBER OF RACES REPORTED Two or more Three or Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error Total population +/-11, ,008 +/-9,103 One race (X) (X) (X) Two races +/-2.3 (X) (X) Three races +/ % +/-2.5 Four or +/ % +/-2.5 SEX AND AGE Total population +/-11, ,008 +/-9,103 Male +/ % +/-1.9 Female +/ % +/-1.9 Under 5 years +/ % +/ to 17 years +/ % +/ to 24 years +/ % +/ to 34 years +/ % +/ to 44 years +/ % +/ to 54 years +/ % +/ to 64 years +/ % +/ to 74 years +/ % +/ years and over +/ % +/-0.4 Median age (years) +/ / years and over +/ % +/ years and over +/ % +/ years and over +/ % +/ years and over +/ % +/-0.8 Under 18 years +/-6,535 54,032 +/-5,548 Male +/ % +/-2.6 Female +/ % +/ years and over +/-8,289 62,976 +/-5,255 Male +/ % +/-3.0 Female +/ % +/ to 34 years +/-4,468 31,102 +/-3,165 Male +/ % +/-4.3 Female +/ % +/ to 64 years +/-4,863 26,640 +/-2,951 Male +/ % +/-4.3 Female +/ % +/ years and over +/-1,997 5,234 +/-997 Male +/ % +/-7.4 Female +/ % +/-7.4 RELATIONSHIP Population in households +/-11, ,457 +/-9,040 Householder or spouse +/ % +/-1.7 Child +/ % +/-2.8 Other relatives +/ % +/-2.4 Nonrelatives +/ % +/-1.1 Unmarried partner +/ % +/ of 17 10/03/2014

10 Two or more Three or Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE Households +/-3,749 19,646 +/-2,053 Family households +/ % +/-5.0 With own children under 18 years +/ % +/-5.4 Married-couple family +/ % +/-6.1 With own children under 18 years +/ % +/-5.0 Female householder, no husband present, family +/ % +/-5.6 With own children under 18 years +/ % +/-4.2 Nonfamily households +/ % +/-5.0 Male householder +/ % +/-2.9 Living alone +/ % +/-2.6 Not living alone +/ % +/-1.1 Female householder +/ % +/-3.4 Living alone +/ % +/-2.9 Not living alone +/ % +/-1.8 Average household size +/ /-0.25 Average family size +/ /-0.25 MARITAL STATUS Population 15 years and over +/-8,757 71,176 +/-5,746 Now married, except separated +/ % +/-2.7 Widowed +/ % +/-1.0 Divorced +/ % +/-1.7 Separated +/ % +/-1.2 Never married +/ % +/-3.3 Male 15 years and over +/-5,166 32,942 +/-3,167 Now married, except separated +/ % +/-4.1 Widowed +/ % +/-1.0 Divorced +/ % +/-2.5 Separated +/ % +/-0.8 Never married +/ % +/-4.8 Female 15 years and over +/-4,967 38,234 +/-3,689 Now married, except separated +/ % +/-3.5 Widowed +/ % +/-1.7 Divorced +/ % +/-2.0 Separated +/ % +/-2.0 Never married +/ % +/-3.8 SCHOOL ENROLLMENT Population 3 years and over enrolled in school +/-6,892 51,331 +/-5,506 Nursery school, preschool +/ % +/-2.1 Kindergarten +/ % +/-1.5 Elementary school (grades 1-8) +/ % +/-3.6 High school (grades 9-12) +/ % +/-2.9 College or graduate school +/ % +/-2.9 Male 3 years and over enrolled in school +/-4,301 24,952 +/-3,088 Percent enrolled in kindergarten to grade 12 +/ % +/-4.4 Percent enrolled in college or graduate school +/ % +/-3.7 Female 3 years and over enrolled in school +/-3,762 26,379 +/-3,208 Percent enrolled in kindergarten to grade 12 +/ % +/ of 17 10/03/2014

11 Two or more Three or Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error Percent enrolled in college or graduate school +/ % +/-3.9 EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT Population 25 years and over +/-6,963 47,610 +/-4,176 Less than high school diploma +/ % +/-2.0 High school graduate (includes equivalency) +/ % +/-3.8 Some college or associate's degree +/ % +/-3.8 Bachelor's degree +/ % +/-2.2 Graduate or professional degree +/ % +/-1.7 High school graduate or higher +/ % +/-2.0 Male, high school graduate or higher +/ % +/-3.3 Female, high school graduate or higher +/ % +/-2.3 Bachelor's degree or higher +/ % +/-2.9 Male, bachelor's degree or higher +/ % +/-3.8 Female, bachelor's degree or higher +/ % +/-3.6 FERTILITY Women 15 to 50 years +/-4,188 29,981 +/-3,334 Women 15 to 50 years who had a birth in the past 12 +/-1,251 1,667 +/-547 months Unmarried women 15 to 50 years who had a birth in +/ /-417 the past 12 months As a percent of all women with a birth in the past 12 months +/ % +/-19.5 RESPONSIBILITY FOR GRANDCHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS Population 30 years and over +/-5,963 38,886 +/-3,661 Living with grandchild(ren) +/ % +/-2.1 Responsible for grandchild(ren) +/ % +/-10.2 VETERAN STATUS Civilian population 18 years and over +/-8,356 62,533 +/-5,218 Civilian veteran +/ % +/-1.1 DISABILITY STATUS Total civilian noninstitutionalized population +/-11, ,657 +/-9,024 With a disability +/ % +/-1.2 Civilian noninstitutionalized population under 18 years +/-6,529 54,010 +/-5,547 With a disability +/ % +/-1.5 Civilian noninstitutionalized population 18 to 64 years +/-7,643 56,440 +/-5,038 With a disability +/ % +/-1.8 Civilian noninstitutionalized population 65 years and +/-1,976 5,207 +/-1,011 older With a disability +/ % +/-11.2 RESIDENCE 1 YEAR AGO Population 1 year and over +/-11, ,865 +/-9,039 Same house +/ % +/-3.7 Different house in the U.S. +/ % +/-3.6 Same county +/ % +/-3.6 Different county +/ % +/-0.6 Same state +/ % +/ of 17 10/03/2014

12 Two or more Three or Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error Different state +/ % +/-0.3 Abroad +/ % +/-0.3 PLACE OF BIRTH, CITIZENSHIP STATUS AND YEAR OF ENTRY Native +/-11, ,940 +/-8,968 Male +/ % +/-1.9 Female +/ % +/-1.9 Foreign born +/-1,973 1,068 +/-646 Male +/ % +/-20.3 Female +/ % +/-20.3 Foreign born; naturalized U.S. citizen +/ /-166 Male +/ % +/-37.1 Female +/ % +/-37.1 Foreign born; not a U.S. citizen +/-1, /-609 Male +/ % +/-24.7 Female +/ % +/-24.7 Population born outside the United States +/-1,973 1,068 +/-646 Entered 2010 or later +/ % +/-21.5 Entered 2000 to / % +/-23.0 Entered before / % +/-24.4 WORLD REGION OF BIRTH OF FOREIGN BORN Foreign-born population excluding population born at +/-1,973 1,068 +/-646 sea Europe N N N Asia N N N Africa N N N Oceania N N N Latin America N N N Northern America N N N LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH Population 5 years and over +/-11, ,171 +/-7,911 English only +/ % +/-2.5 Language other than English +/ % +/-2.5 Speak English less than "very well" +/ % +/-0.7 EMPLOYMENT STATUS Population 16 years and over +/-8,589 68,602 +/-5,618 In labor force +/ % +/-3.3 Civilian labor force +/ % +/-3.2 Employed +/ % +/-3.3 Unemployed +/ % +/-1.7 Percent of civilian labor force +/ % +/-2.4 Armed Forces +/ % +/-0.4 Not in labor force +/ % +/-3.3 Females 16 years and over +/-4,835 36,953 +/-3,582 In labor force +/ % +/-4.1 Civilian labor force +/ % +/-4.1 Employed +/ % +/ of 17 10/03/2014

13 Two or more Three or Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error Unemployed +/ % +/-2.0 Percent of civilian labor force +/ % +/-3.0 COMMUTING TO WORK Workers 16 years and over +/-6,423 41,593 +/-4,213 Car, truck, or van - drove alone +/ % +/-3.5 Car, truck, or van - carpooled +/ % +/-2.8 Public transportation (excluding taxicab) +/ % +/-1.8 Walked +/ % +/-0.7 Other means +/ % +/-1.2 Worked at home +/ % +/-1.5 Mean travel time to work (minutes) +/ /-1.3 OCCUPATION Civilian employed population 16 years and over +/-6,538 42,013 +/-4,288 Management, business, science, and arts +/ % +/-3.6 Service +/ % +/-3.1 Sales and office +/ % +/-3.6 Natural resources, construction, and maintenance +/ % +/-2.2 Production, transportation, and material moving +/ % +/-2.4 Male civilian employed population 16 years and over +/-3,873 20,162 +/-2,532 Management, business, science, and arts +/ % +/-4.4 Service +/ % +/-5.0 Sales and office +/ % +/-4.9 Natural resources, construction, and maintenance +/ % +/-4.7 Production, transportation, and material moving +/ % +/-4.0 Female civilian employed population 16 years and +/-4,409 21,851 +/-2,837 over Management, business, science, and arts +/ % +/-4.8 Service +/ % +/-4.2 Sales and office +/ % +/-5.7 Natural resources, construction, and maintenance +/ % +/-1.7 Production, transportation, and material moving +/ % +/-2.9 INDUSTRY Civilian employed population 16 years and over +/-6,538 42,013 +/-4,288 Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining +/ % +/-0.3 Construction +/ % +/-2.1 Manufacturing +/ % +/-0.8 Wholesale trade +/ % +/-1.0 Retail trade +/ % +/-2.8 Transportation and warehousing, and utilities +/ % +/-2.4 Information +/ % +/-0.9 Finance and insurance, and real estate and rental +/ % +/-1.9 and leasing Professional, scientific, and management, and +/ % +/-2.8 administrative and waste management services Educational services, and health care and social assistance +/ % +/ of 17 10/03/2014

14 Two or more Three or Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error Arts, entertainment, and recreation, and +/ % +/-2.7 accommodation and food services Other services (except public administration) +/ % +/-1.3 Public administration +/ % +/-2.2 CLASS OF WORKER Civilian employed population 16 years and over +/-6,538 42,013 +/-4,288 Private wage and salary workers +/ % +/-3.3 Government workers +/ % +/-3.2 Self-employed workers in own not incorporated +/ % +/-2.0 business Unpaid family workers +/ % +/-0.1 INCOME IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS (IN 2013 INFLATION-ADJUSTED DOLLARS) Households +/-3,749 19,646 +/-2,053 Median household income (dollars) +/-4,581 73,600 +/-8,539 With earnings +/ % +/-3.8 Mean earnings (dollars) +/-3,974 82,759 +/-7,719 With Social Security income +/ % +/-4.2 Mean Social Security income (dollars) +/-1,089 18,588 +/-2,631 With Supplemental Security Income +/ % +/-2.9 Mean Supplemental Security Income (dollars) +/-1,020 7,918 +/-1,758 With cash public assistance income +/ % +/-3.7 Mean cash public assistance income (dollars) +/-748 3,069 +/-1,264 With retirement income +/ % +/-4.5 Mean retirement income (dollars) +/-5,081 23,700 +/-5,297 With Food Stamp/SNAP benefits +/ % +/-5.4 Families +/-3,088 15,628 +/-2,014 Median family income (dollars) +/-4,457 82,667 +/-12,945 Married-couple family +/ % +/-6.7 Median income (dollars) +/-8, ,121 +/-8,328 Male householder, no spouse present, family +/ % +/-3.8 Median income (dollars) +/-20,056 77,140 +/-7,103 Female householder, no husband present, family +/ % +/-6.6 Median income (dollars) +/-16,848 54,138 +/-19,907 Individuals +/-11, ,008 +/-9,103 Per capita income (dollars) +/-1,033 16,398 +/-1,427 With earnings for full-time, year-round workers: Male +/-3,042 13,846 +/-1,887 Female +/-3,455 13,023 +/-2,030 Mean earnings (dollars) for full-time, year-round workers: Male +/-2,651 57,359 +/-5,407 Female +/-1,758 40,609 +/-2,721 Median earnings (dollars) full-time, year-round workers: Male +/-4,023 47,131 +/-4,549 Female +/-1,733 36,893 +/-3,366 HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE Civilian noninstitutionalized population +/-11, ,657 +/-9,024 With private health insurance +/ % +/-3.1 With public coverage +/ % +/-3.3 No health insurance coverage +/ % +/-1.4 POVERTY RATES FOR FAMILIES AND PEOPLE FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED All families +/ % +/-3.8 With related children under 18 years +/ % +/-5.2 With related children under 5 years only +/ % +/ of 17 10/03/2014

15 Two or more Three or Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error Married-couple family +/ % +/-2.9 With related children under 18 years +/ % +/-4.5 With related children under 5 years only +/-5.1 N N Female householder, no husband present, family +/ % +/-8.8 With related children under 18 years +/ % +/-12.0 With related children under 5 years only +/ % +/-45.3 All people +/ % +/-3.4 Under 18 years +/ % +/-4.9 Related children under 18 years +/ % +/-4.9 Related children under 5 years +/ % +/-4.8 Related children 5 to 17 years +/ % +/ years and over +/ % +/ to 64 years +/ % +/ years and over +/ % +/-6.8 People in families +/ % +/-3.4 Unrelated individuals 15 years and over +/ % +/-8.8 HOUSING TENURE Occupied housing units +/-3,749 19,646 +/-2,053 Owner-occupied housing units +/ % +/-6.5 Renter-occupied housing units +/ % +/-6.5 Average household size of owner-occupied unit +/ /-0.33 Average household size of renter-occupied unit +/ /-0.31 UNITS IN STRUCTURE Occupied housing units +/-3,749 19,646 +/-2,053 1-unit, detached or attached +/ % +/ to 4 units +/ % +/ or more units +/ % +/-4.9 Mobile home, boat, RV, van, etc. +/ % +/-0.5 YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT Occupied housing units +/-3,749 19,646 +/-2,053 Built 2010 or later +/ % +/-1.8 Built 2000 to / % +/-3.1 Built 1980 to / % +/-4.9 Built 1960 to / % +/-4.9 Built 1940 to / % +/-2.5 Built 1939 or earlier +/ % +/-1.1 VEHICLES AVAILABLE Occupied housing units +/-3,749 19,646 +/-2,053 None +/ % +/ or more +/ % +/-3.2 HOUSE HEATING FUEL Occupied housing units +/-3,749 19,646 +/-2,053 Gas +/ % +/-2.2 Electricity +/ % +/-4.7 All other fuels +/ % +/-1.1 No fuel used +/ % +/-5.6 SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS Occupied housing units +/-3,749 19,646 +/-2,053 No telephone service available +/ % +/ or more occupants per room +/ % +/-4.2 SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS Housing units with a mortgage (excluding units where +/-2,322 8,425 +/-1,338 SMOC cannot be computed) Less than 30 percent +/ % +/ of 17 10/03/2014

16 Two or more Three or Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error 30 percent or more +/ % +/-6.9 OWNER CHARACTERISTICS Owner-occupied housing units +/-2,795 10,597 +/-1,558 Median value (dollars) +/-19, ,800 +/-32,010 Median selected monthly owner costs with a +/-105 2,147 +/-218 mortgage (dollars) Median selected monthly owner costs without a +/ /-125 mortgage (dollars) GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS Occupied units paying rent (excluding units where +/-2,401 8,451 +/-1,629 GRAPI cannot be computed) Less than 30 percent +/ % +/ percent or more +/ % +/-8.9 GROSS RENT Occupied units paying rent +/-2,431 8,621 +/-1,662 Median gross rent (dollars) +/-65 1,371 +/-68 COMPUTERS AND INTERNET USE Total households +/-3,749 19,646 +/-2,053 With a computer +/ % +/-3.4 With a broadband Internet subscription +/ % +/-3.9 Data are based on a sample and are subject to sampling variability. The degree of uncertainty for an estimate arising from sampling variability is represented through the use of a margin of error. The value shown here is the 90 percent margin of error. The margin of error can be interpreted roughly as providing a 90 percent probability that the interval defined by the estimate minus the margin of error and the estimate plus the margin of error (the lower and upper confidence bounds) contains the true value. In addition to sampling variability, the ACS estimates are subject to nonsampling error (for a discussion of nonsampling variability, see Accuracy of the Data). The effect of nonsampling error is not represented in these tables. In data year 2013, there were a series of changes to data collection operations that could have affected some estimates. These changes include the addition of Internet as a mode of data collection, the end of the content portion of Failed Edit Follow-Up interviewing, and the loss of one monthly panel due to the Federal Government shut down in October For more information, see: User Notes See the Glossary for more information on the definition of the following population groups: Arab, Arab/Arabic, European, Subsaharan African, African, American, and All Other Hispanic or Latino. Data for the households, families, occupied housing units, owner-occupied housing units, and renter-occupied housing units lines refer to the specified race, Hispanic or Latino, American Indian or Alaska Native, or ancestry of the householder shown in the table. Data in the "Total population" column are shown regardless of the race, Hispanic or Latino, American Indian or Alaska Native, or ancestry of the person. Due to methodological changes to data collection for data year 2013, comparisons of current-year language estimates to past years' language estimates should be made with caution. For more information, see: The Census Bureau introduced a new set of disability questions in the 2008 ACS questionnaire. Accordingly, comparisons of disability data from 2008 or later with data from prior years are not recommended. For more information on these questions and their evaluation in the 2006 ACS Content Test, see the Evaluation Report Covering Disability. The Census Bureau introduced an improved sequence of labor force questions in the 2008 ACS questionnaire. Accordingly, we recommend using caution when making labor force data comparisons from 2008 or later with data from prior years. For more information on these questions and their evaluation in the 2006 ACS Content Test, see the "Evaluation Report Covering Employment Status" at and the "Evaluation Report Covering Weeks Worked" at Additional information can also be found at Industry codes are 4-digit codes and are based on the North American Industry Classification System The Industry categories adhere to the guidelines issued in Clarification Memorandum No. 2, "NAICS Alternate Aggregation Structure for Use By U.S. Statistical Agencies," issued by the Office of Management and Budget. 16 of 17 10/03/2014

17 Occupation codes are 4-digit codes and are based on Standard Occupational Classification Telephone service data are not available for certain geographic areas due to problems with data collection. See Errata Note #93 for details. The health insurance coverage category names were modified in See ACS Health Insurance Definitions for a list of the insurance type definitions. The category "with a broadband Internet subscription" refers to those who said "Yes" to a DSL, cable, fiberoptic, mobile broadband, satellite, or fixed wireless subscription. While the 2013 American Community Survey (ACS) data generally reflect the February 2013 Office of Management and Budget (OMB) definitions of metropolitan and micropolitan statistical areas; in certain instances the names, codes, and boundaries of the principal cities shown in ACS tables may differ from the OMB definitions due to differences in the effective dates of the geographic entities. Estimates of urban and rural population, housing units, and characteristics reflect boundaries of urban areas defined based on Census 2010 data. As a result, data for urban and rural areas from the ACS do not necessarily reflect the results of ongoing urbanization. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2013 American Community Survey Explanation of Symbols: 1. An '**' entry in the margin of error column indicates that either no sample observations or too few sample observations were available to compute a standard error and thus the margin of error. A statistical test is not appropriate. 2. An '-' entry in the estimate column indicates that either no sample observations or too few sample observations were available to compute an estimate, or a ratio of medians cannot be calculated because one or both of the median estimates falls in the lowest interval or upper interval of an open-ended distribution. 3. An '-' following a median estimate means the median falls in the lowest interval of an open-ended distribution. 4. An '+' following a median estimate means the median falls in the upper interval of an open-ended distribution. 5. An '***' entry in the margin of error column indicates that the median falls in the lowest interval or upper interval of an open-ended distribution. A statistical test is not appropriate. 6. An '*****' entry in the margin of error column indicates that the estimate is controlled. A statistical test for sampling variability is not appropriate. 7. An 'N' entry in the estimate and margin of error columns indicates that data for this geographic area cannot be displayed because the number of sample cases is too small. 8. An '(X)' means that the estimate is not applicable or not available.

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