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Marital Status of People 15 Years and Over, by Age, Sex,
Personal Earnings, Race, and Hispanic Origin, 2009
|Table A2.||Family Status and Household Relationship of People 15 Years and Over, by Marital Status, Age, and Sex: 2009
|Table AVG1.||Average Number of People per Household, by Race and
Hispanic Origin, Marital Status, Age, and Education of
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Average Number of People per Family Household, by Race
and Hispanic Origin, Marital Status, Age, and Education
of Householder: 2009
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Average Number of People per Family Household With Own
Children Under 18, by Race and Hispanic Origin, Marital
Status, Age, and Education of Householder: 2009
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Household Relationship and Family Status of Children Under 18 Years, by Age and Sex: 2009
|Table C2.||Household Relationship and Living Arrangements of Children/1 Under 18 Years, by Age and Sex: 2009
Living Arrangements of Children Under 18 Years/1 and Marital Status of Parents, by Age, Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin/2 and Selected Characteristics of the Child for All Children: 2009
Children/1 with Grandparents by Presence of Parents, Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin/2 for Selected Characteristics: 2009
Nativity Status of Children Under 18 Years/1 and Presence of Parents by Race, and Hispanic Origin /2 for Selected Characteristics: 2009
|Table C6.|| Children's/1 Health Insurance Coverage by Presence of Parents and Sex for Selected Characteristics: 2009
Labor Force Status of Children 15 to 17 Years/1 by Gender, Race, and Hispanic Origin/2: 2009
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Poverty Status, Food Stamp Receipt, and Public Assistance for Children Under 18 Years/1 by Selected Characteristics: 2009
Children/1 by Presence and Type of Parent(s), Race, and Hispanic Origin/2: 2009
|Table F1.||Family Households/1, by Type, Age of Own Children, Age of Family Members, and Age, Race and Hispanic Origin/2 of Householder: 2009
Table F2. Family Households/1, by Type, Age of Own Children, and Educational Attainment of Householder: 2009
Family Households/1, by Type, Age of Own Children, Educational Attainment of Householders, by Age: 2009
|Table FG1.||Married Couple Family Groups, by Labor Force Status of Both Spouses, and Race and Hispanic Origin/1 of the Reference Person: 2009
|Table FG2.||Married Couple Family Groups, by Family Income, and Labor Force Status of Both Spouses: 2009
|Table FG3.||Married Couple Family Groups, by Presence of Own Children/1 Under 18, and Age, Earnings, Education, and Race and Hispanic Origin/2 of Both Spouses: 2009
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|Table FG4.|| Married Couple Family Groups, by Presence of Own Children/1 In Specific Age Groups, and Age, Earnings, Education, and Race and Hispanic Origin/2 of Both Spouses: 2009
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|Table FG5. One||
One-Parent Unmarried Family Groups with Own Children/1 Under 18, by Labor Force Status of the Reference Person: 2009
|Table FG5. Two||Two-Parent Unmarried Family Groups with Children/1 Under 18, by Labor Force Status of the Reference Person: 2009
|Table FG6. One||One-Parent Unmarried Family Groups with Own Children Under 18, by Marital Status of the Reference Person: 2009
|Table FG6. Two||Two-Parent Unmarried Family Groups with Children/1 Under 18, by Marital Status of Parents: 2009
Family Groups by Family Type and Sex of Reference Person: 2009
|Table FG8.||Married Couple Family Groups With Children Under 15 by Stay-At-Home Status of Both Spouses: 2009
|Table FG10.|| Family Groups: 2009
Households by Type and Tenure of Householder for Selected Characteristics: 2009
|Table H2.||Households, by Type, Age of Members, Region of Residence, and Age of Householder: 2009
|Table UC1.||Opposite Sex Unmarried Couples by Labor Force Status of Both Partners: 2009
|Table UC3.||Opposite Sex Unmarried Couples by Presence of Biological Children/1 Under 18, and Age, Earnings, Education, and Race and Hispanic Origin/2 of Both Partners: 2009