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Availability: Summary Tape File 4C contains "A" and "B" records and are available on DV-ROM.
Product ID: V1-D90-SF4C-06-US1
Subject content: Contains 100-percent and sample data from the 1990 Census of Population and Housing. The "A" record has 123 population and housing tables. These tables give data for all persons and include five population tables and one housing table showing 37 race categories and five population tables and one housing table showing 26 Hispanic origin categories. The "B" record presents more detailed information in 178 population and 85 housing tables. Each table gives data for all persons and is repeated for 37 race and 26 Hispanic origin categories.
Population subjects include number of persons; age and sex; race; Hispanic origin; urban; rural; and farm residence; residence in 1985; marital status; children ever born; ancestry; citizenship; ability to speak English; language spoken at home; educational attainment; school enrollment; and more.
Housing subjects include number of housing units; persons per room and unit; rooms and bedrooms in unit; occupancy status, urban and rural housing; acreage of property; tenure; kitchen and plumbing facilities; source of water; sewage disposal; heating fuel; telephone and vehicle availability and more.
Geography: United States, regions, divisions, States, metropolitan areas, urbanized areas, counties, county subdivisions of 10,000 or more population in 12 states, county subdivisions under 10,000 population in metropolitan areas in six States, places of 10,000 or more population, and American Indian and Alaska Native areas.
File format & Software: Flat ASCII, no software; Files are compressed and can be unzipped using standard unzipping software such as that found at www.pkware.com (etc.).
Census contact: Customer Services Center, 301-763-INFO (4636) (orders); Demographic Call Center (content), 301-763-2422, or toll-free at 1-866-758-1060