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Town of Cape Vincent Census

Town of Cape Vincent Census

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Table DP-1. Profile of General Demographic Characteristics: 2000
Geographic area: Cape Vincent town, Jefferson County, New York
[For information on confidentiality protection, nonsampling error, and definitions, see text]
Subject Number Percent
Total population.......................... 3,345 100.0SEX AND AGE
Male........................................ 2,289 68.4Female...................................... 1,056 31.6Under 5 years ............................... 85 2.55 to 9 years ................................. 105 3.110 to 14 years ............................... 163 4.915 to 19 years ............................... 148 4.420 to 24 years ............................... 232 6.925 to 34 years ............................... 700 20.935 to 44 years ............................... 748 22.445 to 54 years ............................... 458 13.755 to 59 years ............................... 156 4.760 to 64 years ............................... 135 4.065 to 74 years ............................... 248 7.475 to 84 years ............................... 117 3.585 years and over............................ 50 1.5Median age (years)........................... 37.5 (X)18 years and over............................ 2,902 86.8Male...................................... 2,077 62.1Female.................................... 825 24.721 years and over............................ 2,821 84.362 years and over............................ 494 14.865 years and over............................ 415 12.4Male...................................... 199 5.9Female.................................... 216 6.5
RACE
One race.................................... 3,330 99.6White ..................................... 2,363 70.6Black or African American ................... 732 21.9American Indian and Alaska Native........... 13 0.4Asian ..................................... 12 0.4Asian Indian ............................. 1 -Chinese................................. 3 0.1Filipino.................................. 5 0.1Japanese................................ - -Korean.................................. - -Vietnamese.............................. 1 -Other Asian
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............................ 2 0.1Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander.... - -Native Hawaiian.......................... - -Guamanian or Chamorro.................. - -Samoan................................. - -Other Pacific Islander
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................... - -Some other race ........................... 210 6.3Two or more races ........................... 15 0.4
Race alone or in combination with one or more other races: 
White ....................................... 2,376 71.0Black or African American ..................... 736 22.0American Indian and Alaska Native............. 20 0.6Asian ....................................... 17 0.5Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander...... 1 -Some other race ............................. 211 6.3Subject Number Percent
HISPANIC OR LATINO AND RACETotal population.......................... 3,345 100.0
Hispanic or Latino (of any race)................ 444 13.3Mexican................................... 8 0.2Puerto Rican............................... 271 8.1Cuban .................................... 20 0.6Other Hispanic or Latino .................... 145 4.3Not Hispanic or Latino ........................ 2,901 86.7White alone................................ 2,170 64.9
RELATIONSHIPTotal population.......................... 3,345 100.0
In households................................ 2,044 61.1Householder............................... 867 25.9Spouse ................................... 491 14.7Child...................................... 554 16.6Own child under 18 years ................ 414 12.4Other relatives ............................. 59 1.8Under 18 years ......................... 21 0.6Nonrelatives ............................... 73 2.2Unmarried partner....................... 46 1.4In group quarters............................. 1,301 38.9Institutionalized population................... 1,291 38.6Noninstitutionalized population ............... 10 0.3
HOUSEHOLD BY TYPETotal households......................... 867 100.0
Family households (families)................... 602 69.4With own children under 18 years .......... 223 25.7Married-couple family ....................... 491 56.6With own children under 18 years .......... 161 18.6Female householder, no husband present..... 70 8.1With own children under 18 years .......... 39 4.5Nonfamily households ........................ 265 30.6Householder living alone .................... 234 27.0Householder 65 years and over............ 117 13.5Households with individuals under 18 years ..... 237 27.3Households with individuals 65 years and over .. 294 33.9Average household size....................... 2.36 (X)Average family size........................... 2.83 (X)
HOUSING OCCUPANCYTotal housing units....................... 2,783 100.0
Occupied housing units ....................... 867 31.2Vacant housing units.......................... 1,916 68.8For seasonal, recreational, oroccasional use............................ 1,830 65.8Homeowner vacancy rate (percent)............. 3.3 (X)Rental vacancy rate (percent).................. 14.9 (X)
HOUSING TENUREOccupied housing units .................. 867 100.0
Owner-occupied housing units ................. 701 80.9Renter-occupied housing units ................. 166 19.1Average household size of owner-occupied units. 2.39 (X)Average household size of renter-occupied units. 2.21 (X)- Represents zero or rounds to zero. (X) Not applicable.
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Other Asian alone, or two or more Asian categories.
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Other Pacific Islander alone, or two or more Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander categories.
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In combination with one or more of the other races listed. The six numbers may add to more than the total population and the six percentagesmay add to more than 100 percent because individuals may report more than one race.Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000.
U.S. Census Bureau
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Table DP-2. Profile of Selected Social Characteristics: 2000
Geographic area: Cape Vincent town, Jefferson County, New York
[Data based on a sample. For information on confidentiality protection, sampling error, nonsampling error, and definitions, see text]
Subject Number Percent
SCHOOL ENROLLMENTPopulation 3 years and overenrolled in school.................... 461 100.0
Nursery school, preschool..................... 18 3.9Kindergarten................................. 26 5.6Elementary school (grades 1-8) ................ 237 51.4High school (grades 9-12)..................... 119 25.8College or graduate school .................... 61 13.2
EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENTPopulation 25 years and over.......... 2,578 100.0
Less than 9th grade .......................... 310 12.09th to 12th grade, no diploma.................. 930 36.1High school graduate (includes equivalency)..... 630 24.4Some college, no degree...................... 289 11.2Associate degree............................. 151 5.9Bachelors degree ............................ 163 6.3Graduate or professional degree ............... 105 4.1Percent high school graduate or higher ......... 51.9 (X)Percent bachelors degree or higher ............ 10.4 (X)
MARITAL STATUSPopulation 15 years and over.......... 2,961 100.0
Never married ............................... 1,264 42.7Now married, except separated ................ 1,184 40.0Separated ................................... 91 3.1Widowed .................................... 155 5.2Female.................................... 117 4.0Divorced .................................... 267 9.0Female.................................... 84 2.8
GRANDPARENTS AS CAREGIVERSGrandparent living in household withone or more own grandchildren under18 years............................. 20 100.0
Grandparent responsible for grandchildren ...... 9 45.0
VETERAN STATUSCivilian population 18 years and over .. 2,872 100.0
Civilian veterans ............................. 350 12.2
DISABILITY STATUS OF THE CIVILIANNONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATIONPopulation 5 to 20 years............... 424 100.0
With a disability .............................. 32 7.5
Population 21 to 64 years.............. 1,112 100.0
With a disability .............................. 192 17.3Percent employed .......................... 48.4 (X)No disability ................................. 920 82.7Percent employed .......................... 74.5 (X)
Population 65 years and over.......... 398 100.0
With a disability .............................. 134 33.7
RESIDENCE IN 1995Population 5 years and over ........... 3,243 100.0
Same house in 1995.......................... 2,225 68.6Different house in the U.S. in 1995 ............. 1,009 31.1Same county .............................. 350 10.8Different county ............................ 659 20.3Same state .............................. 313 9.7Different state............................ 346 10.7Elsewhere in 1995............................ 9 0.3Subject Number Percent
NATIVITY AND PLACE OF BIRTHTotal population.......................... 3,327 100.0
Native....................................... 3,042 91.4Born in United States ....................... 2,908 87.4State of residence........................ 2,454 73.8Different state............................ 454 13.6Born outside United States .................. 134 4.0Foreign born................................. 285 8.6Entered 1990 to March 2000 .............. 76 2.3Naturalized citizen.......................... 63 1.9Not a citizen ............................... 222 6.7
REGION OF BIRTH OF FOREIGN BORNTotal (excluding born at sea).............. 285 100.0
Europe...................................... 39 13.7Asia ........................................ 7 2.5Africa ....................................... - -Oceania..................................... - -Latin America ................................ 215 75.4Northern America............................. 24 8.4
LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOMEPopulation 5 years and over.............. 3,243 100.0
English only ................................. 2,986 92.1Language other than English .................. 257 7.9Speak English less than
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very well
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........ 200 6.2Spanish ................................... 207 6.4Speak English less than
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very well
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........ 184 5.7Other Indo-European languages ............. 44 1.4Speak English less than
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very well
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........ 16 0.5Asian and Pacific Island languages........... - -Speak English less than
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very well
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........ - -
ANCESTRY (single or multiple)Total population.......................... 3,327 100.0
Total ancestries reported................... 2,308 69.
Arab ........................................ - -Czech
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...................................... 7 0.2Danish ...................................... 6 0.2Dutch ....................................... 41 1.2English...................................... 310 9.3French (except Basque)
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...................... 320 9.6French Canadian
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............................ 124 3.7German ..................................... 390 11.7Greek....................................... 4 0.1Hungarian ................................... 12 0.4Irish
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........................................ 433 13.0Italian....................................... 115 3.5Lithuanian ................................... - -Norwegian................................... 28 0.8Polish....................................... 56 1.7Portuguese .................................. - -Russian ..................................... 3 0.1Scotch-Irish.................................. 32 1.0Scottish ..................................... 72 2.2Slovak ...................................... 4 0.1Subsaharan African........................... - -Swedish..................................... 6 0.2Swiss ....................................... 11 0.3Ukrainian.................................... - -United States or American..................... 160 4.8Welsh....................................... 16 0.5West Indian (excluding Hispanic groups) ........ - -Other ancestries ............................. 158 4.7-Represents zero or rounds to zero. (X) Not applicable.
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The data represent a combination of two ancestries shown separately in Summary File 3. Czech includes Czechoslovakian. French includes Alsa-tian. French Canadian includes Acadian/Cajun. Irish includes Celtic.Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Census 2000.
U.S. Census Bureau
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Table DP-3. Profile of Selected Economic Characteristics: 2000
Geographic area: Cape Vincent town, Jefferson County, New York
[Data based on a sample. For information on confidentiality protection, sampling error, nonsampling error, and definitions, see text]
Subject Number Percent
EMPLOYMENT STATUSPopulation 16 years and over............ 2,927 100.0
In labor force ................................ 914 31.2Civilian labor force.......................... 908 31.0Employed ............................... 843 28.8Unemployed ............................. 65 2.2Percent of civilian labor force ............ 7.2 (X)Armed Forces.............................. 6 0.2Not in labor force............................. 2,013 68.8
Females 16 years and over .............. 825 100.0
In labor force ................................ 417 50.5Civilian labor force.......................... 417 50.5Employed ............................... 390 47.3
Own children under 6 years.............. 101 100.0
All parents in family in labor force .............. 77 76.2
COMMUTING TO WORKWorkers 16 years and over .............. 834 100.0
Car, truck, or van - - drove alone............... 678 81.3Car, truck, or van - - carpooled................. 65 7.8Public transportation (including taxicab) ......... - -Walked...................................... 48 5.8Other means................................. 2 0.2Worked at home ............................. 41 4.9Mean travel time to work (minutes)
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............ 25.1 (X)
Employed civilian population16 years and over..................... 843 100.0OCCUPATION
Management, professional, and relatedoccupations ................................ 291 34.5Service occupations .......................... 165 19.6Sales and office occupations .................. 201 23.8Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations....... 5 0.6Construction, extraction, and maintenanceoccupations ................................ 90 10.7Production, transportation, and material movingoccupations ................................ 91 10.8
INDUSTRY
Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting,and mining ................................. 51 6.0Construction ................................. 96 11.4Manufacturing................................ 39 4.6Wholesale trade.............................. 15 1.8Retail trade.................................. 89 10.6Transportation and warehousing, and utilities .... 35 4.2Information .................................. 28 3.3Finance, insurance, real estate, and rental andleasing..................................... 38 4.5Professional, scientific, management, adminis-trative, and waste management services....... 47 5.6Educational, health and social services ......... 184 21.8Arts, entertainment, recreation, accommodationand food services ........................... 86 10.2Other services (except public administration) .... 29 3.4Public administration.......................... 106 12.6
CLASS OF WORKER
Private wage and salary workers............... 487 57.8Government workers.......................... 237 28.1Self-employed workers in own not incorporatedbusiness ................................... 114 13.5Unpaid family workers ........................ 5 0.6Subject Number Percent
INCOME IN 1999Households............................. 843 100.0
Less than $10,000............................ 85 10.1$10,000 to $14,999........................... 64 7.6$15,000 to $24,999........................... 134 15.9$25,000 to $34,999........................... 118 14.0$35,000 to $49,999........................... 167 19.8$50,000 to $74,999........................... 169 20.0$75,000 to $99,999........................... 40 4.7$100,000 to $149,999......................... 43 5.1$150,000 to $199,999......................... 16 1.9$200,000 or more ............................ 7 0.8Median household income (dollars)............. 37,330 (X)With earnings................................ 604 71.6Mean earnings (dollars)
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.................... 41,763 (X)With Social Security income ................... 322 38.2Mean Social Security income (dollars)
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....... 11,423 (X)With Supplemental Security Income ............ 28 3.3Mean Supplemental Security Income(dollars)
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................................. 5,668 (X)With public assistance income ................. 22 2.6Mean public assistance income (dollars)
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..... 4,236 (X)With retirement income ....................... 234 27.8Mean retirement income (dollars)
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............ 19,220 (X)
Families ................................ 574 100.0
Less than $10,000............................ 27 4.7$10,000 to $14,999........................... 34 5.9$15,000 to $24,999........................... 85 14.8$25,000 to $34,999........................... 75 13.1$35,000 to $49,999........................... 125 21.8$50,000 to $74,999........................... 138 24.0$75,000 to $99,999........................... 35 6.1$100,000 to $149,999......................... 38 6.6$150,000 to $199,999......................... 12 2.1$200,000 or more ............................ 5 0.9Median family income (dollars)................. 43,558 (X)Per capita income (dollars)
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................... 16,375 (X)
Median earnings (dollars): 
Male full-time, year-round workers.............. 42,361 (X)Female full-time, year-round workers ........... 22,308 (X)SubjectNumberbelowpovertylevelPercentbelowpovertylevel
POVERTY STATUS IN 1999Families ................................ 49 8.5
With related children under 18 years............ 42 17.9With related children under 5 years........... 12 17.9
Families with female householder, nohusband present....................... 29 38.7
With related children under 18 years............ 27 55.1With related children under 5 years........... 8 61.5
Individuals.............................. 249 12.3
18 years and over............................ 158 10.065 years and over.......................... 44 11.1Related children under 18 years ............... 89 20.0Related children 5 to 17 years ............... 71 19.7Unrelated individuals 15 years and over......... 91 25.3-Represents zero or rounds to zero. (X) Not applicable.
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If the denominator of a mean value or per capita value is less than 30, then that value is calculated using a rounded aggregate in the numerator.See text.Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Census 2000.
U.S. Census Bureau
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