U.S. Census Bureau

Extended Measures of Well-being: Living Conditions in the United States, 1998 (PPL-170)

Detailed Tables and Documentation for Report P70-87

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Table 1 A. Consumer Durables by Social Characteristics: Households with Clothes Washer, Clothes Dryer, Dish Washer, and Refrigerator, 1998
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Table 1 B. Consumer Durables by Economic Characteristics: Households with Clothes Washer, Clothes Dryer, Dish Washer, and Refrigerator, 1998
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Table 2 A. Consumer Durables by Social Characteristics: Households with Food Freezer, Television, Stove, and Microwave, 1998
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Table 2 B. Consumer Durables by Economic Characteristics: Households with Food Freezer, Television, Stove, and Microwave, 1998
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Table 3 A. Consumer Durables by Social Characteristics: Households with Videocassette Recorder, Air Conditioner, Computer, and Cellular Phone, 1998
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Table 3 B. Consumer Durables by Economic Characteristics: Households with Videocassette Recorder, Air Conditioner, Computer, and Cellular Phone, 1998
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Table 4 A. Consumer Durables by Social Characteristics: Households with Air Conditioner, Telephone, Electronic Appliances, and Basic Appliances, 1998
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Table 4 B. Consumer Durables by Economic Characteristics: Households with Air Conditioner, Telephone, Electronic Appliances, and Basic Appliances, 1998
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Table 5 A. Housing Conditions by Social Characteristics: Households with No Roof or Ceiling Leaks, No Problem with Pests, No Broken Windows, and No Exposed Wires, 1998
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Table 5 B. Housing Conditions by Economic Characteristics: Households with No Roof or Ceiling Leaks, No Problem with Pests, No Broken Windows, and No Exposed Wires, 1998
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Table 6 A. Housing Conditions by Social Characteristics: Households with No Cracks in Walls, No Plumbing Problems, No Holes in Floor, and Overall Satisfactory Repair, 1998
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Table 6 B. Housing Conditions by Economic Characteristics: Households with No Cracks in Walls, No Plumbing Problems, No Holes in Floor, and Overall Satisfactory Repair, 1998
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Table 7 A. Housing Conditions by Social Characteristics: Households with Satisfactory Coolness in Summer, Satisfactory Warmth in Winter, Satisfactory Furniture, and Satisfactory Privacy, 1998
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Table 7 B. Housing Conditions by Economic Characteristics: Households with Satisfactory Coolness in Summer, Satisfactory Warmth in Winter, Satisfactory Furniture, and Satisfactory Privacy, 1998
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Table 8 A. Housing Conditions by Social Characteristics: Households with More Than One Room per Person, Satisfactory Space, Overall Satisfactory housing, and Housing Not so Bad Would Move, 1998
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Table 8 B. Housing Conditions by Economic Characteristics: Households with More Than One Room per Person, Satisfactory Space, Overall Satisfactory housing, and Housing Not so Bad Would Move, 1998
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Table 9 A. Fear of Crime by Social Characteristics: Households with No Staying at Home for Safety, No Carrying Something for Protection, No Going With Others for Safety, and Nowhere Within 1 Mile Afraid to Walk, 1998
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Table 9 B. Fear of Crime by Economic Characteristics: Households with No Staying at Home for Safety, No Carrying Something for Protection, No Going With Others for Safety, and Nowhere Within 1 Mile Afraid to Walk, 1998
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Table 10 A. Fear of Crime by Social Characteristics: Households with a Dog in the Household, Dog in Household for Safety, and Alarm or Safety Lights, 1998
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Table 10 B. Fear of Crime by Economic Characteristics: Households with a Dog in the Household, Dog in Household for Safety, and Alarm or Safety Lights, 1998
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Table 11 A. Fear of Crime by Social Characteristics: Households with Home Considered Safe, Neighborhood Considered Safe, and Crime Not so Bad Would Move, 1998
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Table 11 B. Fear of Crime by Economic Characteristics: Households with Home Considered Safe, Neighborhood Considered Safe, and Crime Not so Bad Would Move, 1998
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Table 12 A. Neighborhood Conditions by Social Characteristics: Households with No Trash or Litter in Area, No Street Repair Problems, No Abandoned Buildings, and No Traffic Noise Problems, 1998
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Table 12 B. Neighborhood Conditions by Economic Characteristics: Households with No Trash or Litter in Area, No Street Repair Problems, No Abandoned Buildings, and No Traffic Noise Problems, 1998
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Table 13 A. Neighborhood Conditions by Social Characteristics: Households with Good Relations with Neighbors, No Smoke or Odors, No Problem Industry or Business, and No Overall Neighborhood Problems, 1998
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Table 13 B. Neighborhood Conditions by Economic Characteristics: Households with Good Relations with Neighbors, No Smoke or Odors, No Problem Industry or Business, and No Overall Neighborhood Problems, 1998
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Table 14 A. Community Services by Social Characteristics: Households with Children Under 18 with Children in Public School, Children in Magnet School, Children in Private School, and Children Home Schooled, 1998
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Table 14 B. Community Services by Economic Characteristics: Households with Children Under 18 with Children in Public School, Children in Magnet School, Children in Private School, and Children Home Schooled, 1998
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Table 15 A. Community Services by Social Characteristics: Households with Children Under 18 with No Children in School, Satisfactory Public Schools, Preference for Different School for a Child, and Children Eating Enough, 1998
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Table 15 B. Community Services by Economic Characteristics: Households with Children Under 18 with No Children in School, Satisfactory Public Schools, Preference for Different School for a Child, and Children Eating Enough, 1998
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Table 16 A. Community Services by Social Characteristics: Households with Satisfactory Public Transportation, Satisfactory Fire Protection, Satisfactory Police services, and Satisfactory Health services, 1998
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Table 16 B. Community Services by Economic Characteristics: Households with Satisfactory Public Transportation, Satisfactory Fire Protection, Satisfactory Police services, and Satisfactory Health services, 1998
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Table 17 A. Community Services by Social Characteristics: Households with Satisfactory Neighborhood, Neighborhood Not so Bad Would Move, Satisfactory Public Services, and Services Not so Bad Would Move, 1998
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Table 17 B. Community Services by Economic Characteristics: Households with Satisfactory Neighborhood, Neighborhood Not so Bad Would Move, Satisfactory Public Services, and Services Not so Bad Would Move, 1998
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Table 18 A. Meeting Basic Needs by Social Characteristics: Households with No Unmet Essential Expenses, No Unpaid Rent or Mortgage, No Unpaid Utility Bills, and Not Evicted for Non-payment, 1998
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Table 18 B. Meeting Basic Needs by Economic Characteristics: Households with No Unmet Essential Expenses, No Unpaid Rent or Mortgage, No Unpaid Utility Bills, and Not Evicted for Non-payment, 1998
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Table 19 A. Meeting Basic Needs by Social Characteristics: Households with No Disconnected Utility Service, No Disconnected Phone Service, No Unmet Need for Doctor, and No unmet Need for Dentist, 1998
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Table 19 B. Meeting Basic Needs by Economic Characteristics: Households with No Disconnected Utility Service, No Disconnected Phone Service, No Unmet Need for Doctor, and No unmet Need for Dentist, 1998
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Table 20 A. Meeting Basic Needs by Social Characteristics: Households with Difficulty Meeting Basic Needs Who Received Help, Received Help From Family, Received Help From Friends, and Received Help From Others, 1998
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Table 20 B. Meeting Basic Needs by Economic Characteristics: Households with Difficulty Meeting Basic Needs Who Received Help, Received Help From Family, Received Help From Friends, and Received Help From Others, 1998
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Table 21 A. Help Expected When in Need by Social Characteristics: Households with Expectation of Help If Needed, Expect Help from Friends, Expect Help from Family, and Expect Help from Others, 1998
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Table 21 B. Help Expected When in Need by Economic Characteristics: Households with Expectation of Help If Needed, Expect Help from Friends, Expect Help from Family, and Expect Help from Others, 1998
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Table 22 A. Food Security by Social Characteristics: Households with Enough of Kinds of Food, Enough of Food Wanted, Food Security, and Not Worried Food Run Out, 1998
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Table 22 B. Food Security by Economic Characteristics: Households with Enough of Kinds of Food, Enough of Food Wanted, Food Security, and Not Worried Food Run Out, 1998
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Table 23 A. Food Security by Social Characteristics: Households with Ability to Afford Balanced Meals, No Skipped Meals, Not Eating Less, and Not Skipping Food for Day, 1998
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Table 23 B. Food Security by Economic Characteristics: Households with Ability to Afford Balanced Meals, No Skipped Meals, Not Eating Less, and Not Skipping Food for Day, 1998
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Contact:  Education and Social Stratification Branch
          U.S. Census Bureau
          301-763-2464

Source:   Survey of Income and Program Participation.

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