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Annual Social and Economic (ASEC) Supplement
For information on confidentiality protection, sampling error, nonsampling error, and definitions, see www.census.gov/apsd/techdoc/cps/cpsmar09.pdf [PDF].
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, 2009 Annual Social and Economic Supplement.
(Numbers in thousands)
|Families (total) (10)||Married-couple families (11)||Families with a male householder, no wife present||Families with a female householder, no husband present|
|All income levels||Below 200% of poverty (5)||Percentage below 200% of poverty (6)||All income levels||Below 200% of poverty (5)||Percentage below 200% of poverty (6)||All income levels||Below 200% of poverty (5)||Percentage below 200% of poverty (6)||All income levels||Below 200% of poverty (5)||Percentage below 200% of poverty (6)|
Hispanic (of any race)
Families, total (10)
(Counts of families are obtained
by counting the householder from each family.)
Families with no workers (16)
|Families with at least one worker (16)||8,931||4,154||46.5||6,054||2,535||41.9||927||381||41.1||1,950||1,239||63.5|
|Only one working family member||3,682||2,527||68.6||1,995||1,359||68.1||422||224||53.0||1,265||945||74.7|
|Two or more working family members||5,249||1,627||31.0||4,059||1,176||29.0||505||157||31.1||686||294||42.9|
Families with no members working full-time
year-round (FTYR) (16)
|No part-time or part-year workers||689||640||92.9||208||167||80.2||56||54||(B)||425||418||98.5|
|At least one part-time or part-year worker||1,714||1,358||79.2||880||651||73.9||211||150||70.9||623||558||89.6|
|One part-time or part-year worker||1,086||936||86.2||458||379||82.8||130||95||73.3||498||461||92.6|
|Two or more part-time or part-year workers||628||423||67.3||423||272||64.3||81||54||67.0||125||97||77.6|
Families with at least one member who
worked FTYR (16)
|One full-time year-round worker||4,530||2,308||50.9||3,029||1,519||50.1||444||178||40.0||1,058||612||57.8|
One FTYR and no part-time or part-year
One FTYR and at least one part-time
or part-year worker
|Two or more full-time year-round workers||2,687||488||18.2||2,145||366||17.0||272||54||19.7||270||69||25.4|
Two or more FTYR and no part-time or
Two or more FTYR and at least one
part-time or part-year worker
Families with part-time or part-year workers (16)
|One part-time or part-year worker||3,156||1,591||50.4||2,065||873||42.3||297||150||50.6||794||568||71.5|
|Two or more part-time or part-year workers||1,126||606||53.9||803||410||51.1||132||65||49.4||191||131||68.6|