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America’s Families and Living Arrangements: 2011

Table A2: Family Status And Household Relationship Of People 15 Years And Over, By Marital Status, Age, And Sex: 2011

Table A3. Parents With Coresident Children Under 18, by Living Arrangement, Sex, and Selected Characteristics: 2011

Table AVG1. Average Number Of People Per Household, By Race And Hispanic Origin, Marital Status, Age, And Education Of Householder: 2011

Table AVG2. Average Number Of People Per Family Household, By Race And Hispanic Origin, Marital Status, Age, And Education Of Householder: 2011

Table AVG3. Average Number Of People Per Family Household With Own Children Under 18, By Race And Hispanic Origin, Marital Status, Age, And Education Of Householder: 2011

Table C1. Household Relationship And Family Status Of Children Under 18 Years, By Age And Sex: 2011

Table C2. Household Relationship And Living Arrangements Of Children Under 18 Years, By Age And Sex: 2011

Table C3. Living Arrangements Of Children Under 18 Years And Marital Status Of Parents, By Age, Sex, Race, And Hispanic Origin And Selected Characteristics Of The Child For All Children: 2011

Table C6. Children's Health Insurance Coverage By Presence Of Parents And Sex For Selected Characteristics: 2011

Table C7. Labor Force Status Of Children 15 To 17 Years By Gender, Race, And Hispanic Origin: 2011

Table C8. Poverty Status, Food Stamp Receipt, And Public Assistance For Children Under 18 Years By Selected Characteristics: 2011

Table F2. Family Households, By Type, Age Of Own Children, And Educational Attainment Of Householder: 2011

Table F3. Family Households, By Type, Age Of Own Children, Educational Attainment Of Householders, By Age: 2011

Table FG10. Family Groups: 2011

Table FG2. Married Couple Family Groups, By Family Income, And Labor Force Status Of Both Spouses: 2011

Table FG3. Married Couple Family Groups, By Presence Of Own Children Under 18, And Age, Earnings, Education, And Race And Hispanic Origin Of Both Spouses: 2011

Table FG4. Married Couple Family Groups, By Presence Of Own Children In Specific Age Groups, And Age, Earnings, Education, And Race And Hispanic Origin Of Both Spouses: 2011

Table FG5. One-parent Unmarried Family Groups With Own Children Under 18, By Labor Force Status Of The Reference Person: 2011

Table FG5. Two-parent Unmarried Family Groups With Children Under 18, By Labor Force Status Of The Reference Person: 2011

Table FG6. One-parent Unmarried Family Groups With Own Children Under 18, By Marital Status Of The Reference Person: 2011

Table FG6. Two-parent Unmarried Family Groups With Children Under 18, By Marital Status Of Parents: 2011

Table FG7. Family Groups By Family Type And Sex Of Reference Person: 2011

Table FG8. Married Couple Family Groups With Children Under 15 By Stay-at-home Status Of Both Spouses: 2011

Table H1. Households By Type And Tenure Of Householder For Selected Characteristics: 2011

Table H2. Households, By Type, Age Of Members, Region Of Residence, And Age Of Householder: 2011

Table H3. Households by Race and Hispanic Origin of Household Reference Person and Detailed Type: 2011

Table UC1. Opposite Sex Unmarried Couples By Labor Force Status Of Both Partners: 2011

Table UC3. Opposite Sex Unmarried Couples By Presence Of Biological Children Under 18, And Age, Earnings, Education, And Race And Hispanic Origin Of Both Partners: 2011

Table UC1. Unmarried Partners Of The Opposite Sex, By Presence Of Children: 1960 To Present

Source: Current Population Survey, 2011 Annual Social and Economic Supplement

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