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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)
|People in families (total) (2)||People in married-couple families (11)||People in families with a male householder, no wife present||People in families with a female householder, no husband present|
|All income levels||Below 130% of poverty (5)||Percentage below 130% of poverty (6)||All income levels||Below 130% of poverty (5)||Percentage below 130% of poverty (6)||All income levels||Below 130% of poverty (5)||Percentage below 130% of poverty (6)||All income levels||Below 130% of poverty (5)||Percentage below 130% of poverty (6)|
White alone, not Hispanic
Related children under 18 years (14)
People in families with a householder who did
not work (16)
|People in families with a working householder (16)||33,932||3,668||10.8||27,155||1,697||6.2||1,891||326||17.2||4,886||1,646||33.7|
With a working householder and no other
With a working householder and at least
one other worker
|Householder plus one other worker||19,612||961||4.9||18,555||789||4.2||260||8||3.2||797||165||20.6|
|Householder plus two or more other workers||4,473||145||3.2||4,132||108||2.6||94||10||10.4||248||27||10.9|
People in families with a householder who
worked full-time year-round (FTYR) (16)
|Householder FTYR and no other workers||7,278||1,173||16.1||3,822||500||13.1||1,154||150||13.0||2,302||523||22.7|
Householder FTYR and at least one other
Householder FTYR plus at least one other
FTYR worker, no part-time or part-year
Householder FTYR plus at least one
part-time or part-year, no FTYR
Householder FTYR with both FTYR and a
part-time or part-year worker
Both husband and wife worked (11), (16)
|Wife worked, husband did not work||983||280||28.4||983||280||28.4||(N/A)||(N/A)||(X)||(N/A)||(N/A)||(X)|
|Husband worked, wife did not work||8,629||1,389||16.1||8,629||1,389||16.1||(N/A)||(N/A)||(X)||(N/A)||(N/A)||(X)|
Both husband and wife FTYR (11), (16)
|Wife FTYR, husband not FTYR||2,219||220||9.9||2,219||220||9.9||(N/A)||(N/A)||(X)||(N/A)||(N/A)||(X)|
|Husband FTYR, wife not FTYR||16,273||1,254||7.7||16,273||1,254||7.7||(N/A)||(N/A)||(X)||(N/A)||(N/A)||(X)|