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|Census 2000 Gateway | Glossary|
Rankings and Comparisons
The Census 2000 PHC-T series of tables covers a wide variety of topics, such as race, Hispanic or Latino origin, group quarters, ancestry -- potentially any data obtained from Census 2000. These tables summarize data available through the Census Bureau’s American FactFinder database, or present the results of other tabulations of Census 2000 data. A specific tables(s) also may be released as an associated product of a Census 2000 Brief or a Census 2000 Special Report, providing more detail or cross-classification than provided in the published report. The number of tables in this series will grow as additional data from Census 2000 become available.
NOTE: Some tables are too wide to be printed in portrait mode and should instead be printed in landscape mode.
|PHC-T-1||Population by Race and Hispanic or Latino Origin for the United States: 1990 and 2000|
|PHC-T-2||Ranking Tables for States: Population in 2000 and Population Change from 1990 to 2000|
|PHC-T-3||Ranking Tables for Metropolitan Areas: Population in 2000 and Population Change from 1990 to 2000|
|PHC-T-4||Ranking Tables for Counties: Population in 2000 and Population Change from 1990 to 2000|
|PHC-T-5||Ranking Tables for Incorporated Places of 100,000 or More: Population in 2000 and Population Change from 1990 to 2000|
|PHC-T-6||Population by Race and Hispanic or Latino Origin for the United States, Regions, Divisions, States, Puerto Rico, and Places of 100,000 or More Population: 2000|
|PHC-T-7||Group Quarters Population by Race and Hispanic Origin: 2000|
|PHC-T-8||Race and Hispanic or Latino Origin by Age and Sex for the United States: 2000|
|PHC-T-9||Population by Age, Sex, Race, and Hispanic or Latino Origin for the United States: 2000|
|PHC-T-10||Hispanic or Latino Origin for the United States, Regions, Divisions, States, and for Puerto Rico: 2000|
|PHC-T-11||Male-Female Ratio by Race Alone or in Combination and Hispanic or Latino Origin in the United States: 2000|
|PHC-T-12||Population in Selected Group Quarters for the United States, States, Counties with 100 or More People in Emergency and Transitional Shelters, and Census Tracts with 100 or More People in Emergency and Transitional Shelters, and for Puerto Rico: 2000|
|PHC-T-13||Population and Ranking Tables of the Older Population for the United States, States, Puerto Rico, Places of 100,000 or More Population, and Counties|
|PHC-T-14||Ranking Tables for Counties by Race Alone, Race Alone or in Combination, and Two or More Races Populations: 2000|
|PHC-T-15||General Demographic Characteristics by Race for the United States: 2000|
|PHC-T-16||Ranking Tables for Places of 100,000 or More Population by Race Alone, Race Alone or in Combination, and Two or More Races|
|PHC-T-17||Multigenerational Households for the United States, States, and for Puerto Rico: 2000|
|PHC-T-18||American Indian and Alaska Native Tribes for the United States, Regions, Divisions, and States|
|PHC-T-19||Hispanic Origin and Race of Coupled Households|
|PHC-T-20||Summary Tables on Language Use and English Ability: 2000|
|PHC-T-21R||Adopted Children and Stepchildren: 2000|
|PHC-T-22||Migration for the Population 5 Years and Over for the United States, Regions, States, Counties, New England Minor Civil Divisions, Metropolitan Areas, and Puerto Rico: 2000|
|PHC-T-23||Migration by Sex and Age for the Population 5 Years and Over for the United States, Regions, States, and Puerto Rico: 2000|
|PHC-T-24||Migration by Nativity for the Population 5 Years and Over for the United States and States: 2000|
|PHC-T-25||Migration by Race and Hispanic Origin for the Population 5 Years and Over for the United States, Regions, States, and Puerto Rico: 2000|
|PHC-T-26||Population in Group Quarters by Type, Sex and Age, for the United States: 1990 and 2000|
|PHC-T-27||Marital Status for the Population 15 Years and Over for the United States, Regions, States, Puerto Rico and Metropolitan Areas: 2000|
|PHC-T-28||Employment Status of the Population in Households for the United States, States, Counties, Places, and for Puerto Rico: 2000|
|PHC-T-29||Ranking Tables for Population of Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Micropolitan Statistical Areas, Combined Statistical Areas, New England City and Town Areas, and Combined New England City and Town Areas: 1990 and 2000 (Areas defined by the Office of Management and Budget as of June 6, 2003.)|
|PHC-T-30||Characteristics of Children Under 18 Years, by Age, for the United States, Regions, States, and Puerto Rico: 2000|
|PHC-T-31||Voting-Age Population and Voting-Age Citizens|
|PHC-T-32||Disability Status of the Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population by Sex and Selected Characteristics for the United States and Puerto Rico: 2000|
|PHC-T-33||Earnings Distribution of U.S.Year-Round Full-Time Workers by Occupation: 1999|
|PHC-T-34||Migration for the Young, Single, and College Educated for the United States, Regions, States, and Metropolitan Areas: 2000|
|PHC-T-35||Working at Home: 2000|
|PHC-T-36||Percent Urban for Super-PUMAs and PUMAs: 2000|
|PHC-T-37||Ability to Speak English by Language Spoken at Home|
|PHC-T-38||State of Residence in 2000 by State of Birth: 2000|
|PHC-T-39||Education and School Enrollment: 2000|
|PHC-T-40||Estimated Daytime Population and Employment-Residence Ratios: 2000|
|PHC-T-41||A Half-Century of Learning: Historical Statistics on Educational Attainment in the United States, 1940 to 2000|
|PHC-T-42||America Speaks: A Demographic Profile of Foreign-Language Speakers for the United States: 2000|
|PHC-T-43||First, Second, and Total Responses to the Ancestry Question by Detailed Ancestry Code: 2000|