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B13002: WOMEN 15 TO 50 YEARS

WHO HAD AAmerican


2006-2010 BIRTH IN Community
THE PAST 12
MONTHS
Survey BY MARITAL
Selected
Supporting STATUS
Population AND on code
Tables
documentation
AGE - Universe: Women
lists, subject 15 to 50data
definitions,
years accuracy, and statistical testing can
be found on the American Community
Survey website in the Data and
Documentation section.

Sample size and data quality


measures (including coverage rates,
allocation rates, and response rates)
can be found on the American
Community Survey website in the
Methodology section.
Although the American Community
Survey (ACS) produces population,
demographic and housing unit
estimates, for 2010, the 2010 Census
provides the official counts of the
population and housing units for the
nation, states, counties, cities and
towns. For 2006 to 2009, the
Population Estimates Program
provides intercensal estimates of the
population for the nation, states, and
counties.
California Florida
Guatemalan (222) Guatemalan (222)
Estimate Margin of Estimate Margin of
Total: 95,550 Error
+/-2,603 20,125 Error
+/-1,518
Women who had a birth in the past 6,536 +/-604 1,792 +/-344
12Now
months:
married (including separated 3,908 +/-524 843 +/-204
and 15
spouse
to 19absent):
years old 74 +/-82 56 +/-54
20 to 34 years old 2,902 +/-455 662 +/-183
35 to 50 years old 932 +/-238 125 +/-93
Unmarried (never married, 2,628 +/-305 949 +/-277
widowed, andyears
15 to 19 divorced):
old 337 +/-104 78 +/-71
20 to 34 years old 1,868 +/-268 722 +/-250
35 to 50 years old 423 +/-151 149 +/-102
Women who did not have a birth in 89,014 +/-2,540 18,333 +/-1,400
theNow
pastmarried
12 months:
(including separated 42,235 +/-1,576 8,592 +/-811
and 15
spouse
to 19absent):
years old 422 +/-172 34 +/-38
20 to 34 years old 15,683 +/-885 3,972 +/-617
35 to 50 years old 26,130 +/-1,254 4,586 +/-478
Unmarried (never married, 46,779 +/-1,909 9,741 +/-1,020
widowed, andyears
15 to 19 divorced):
old 12,455 +/-911 2,089 +/-384
20 to 34 years old 21,733 +/-1,126 5,719 +/-760
35 to 50 years old 12,591 +/-976 1,933 +/-392
Data are based on a sample and are
subject to sampling variability. The
degree of uncertainty for an estimate
arising from sampling variability is
represented through the use of a
margin of error. The value shown here
is the 90 percent margin of error. The
margin of error can be interpreted
roughly as providing a 90 percent
probability that the interval defined
by the estimate minus the margin of
error and the estimate plus the
Data are based on a sample and are
subject to sampling variability. The
degree of uncertainty for an estimate
arising from sampling variability is
represented through the use of a
margin of error. The value shown here
is the 90 percent margin of error. The
margin of error can be interpreted
roughly as providing a 90 percent
probability that the interval defined
by the estimate minus the margin of
error and the estimate plus the
margin of error (the lower and upper
confidence bounds) contains the true
value. In addition to sampling
(for a discussion
variability, of nonsampling
the ACS estimates are
variability, see Accuracyerror
subject to nonsampling of the Data).
The effect of nonsampling error is not
represented in these tables.

While the 2006-2010 American


Community Survey (ACS) data
generally reflect the December 2009
Office of Management and Budget
(OMB) definitions of metropolitan and
micropolitan statistical areas; in
certain instances the names, codes,
and boundaries of the principal cities
shown in ACS tables may differ from
the OMB definitions due to
differences in the effective dates of
the geographic entities.

Estimates of urban and rural


population, housing units, and
characteristics reflect boundaries of
urban areas defined based on Census
2000 data. Boundaries for urban
areas have not been updated since
Census 2000. As a result, data for
urban and rural areas from the ACS
do not necessarily reflect the results
of ongoing urbanization.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2006-


2010 American Community Survey

Explanation of Symbols:

1. An '**' entry in the margin of


error column indicates that either no
sample observations or too few
sample observations were available
to compute a standard error and thus
the margin of error. A statistical test
is not appropriate.
2. An '-' entry in the estimate
column indicates that either no
sample observations or too few
sample observations were available
to compute an estimate, or a ratio of
Explanation of Symbols:

1. An '**' entry in the margin of


error column indicates that either no
sample observations or too few
sample observations were available
to compute a standard error and thus
the margin of error. A statistical test
is not appropriate.
2. An '-' entry in the estimate
column indicates that either no
sample observations or too few
sample observations were available
to compute an estimate, or a ratio of
medians cannot be calculated
because one or both of the median
estimates falls in the lowest interval
or upper interval of an open-ended
distribution.
3. An '-' following a median
estimate means the median falls in
the lowest interval of an open-ended
distribution.
4. An '+' following a median
estimate means the median falls in
the upper interval of an open-ended
distribution.
5. An '***' entry in the margin of
error column indicates that the
median falls in the lowest interval or
upper interval of an open-ended
distribution. A statistical test is not
appropriate.
6. An '*****' entry in the margin of
data
error for this geographic
column area
indicates that cannot
the
be displayed
estimate because the
is controlled. number of
A statistical
sample cases is too
test for sampling small. is not
variability
8. An '(X)' means that the
appropriate.
estimate
7. An 'N'is not applicable
entry or not and
in the estimate
available.
margin of error columns indicates
that
New Jersey New York Texas
Guatemalan (222) Guatemalan (222) Guatemalan (222)
Estimate Margin of Estimate Margin of Estimate Margin of
10,601 Error
+/-1,088 16,662 Error
+/-1,093 14,777 Error
+/-1,351
731 +/-221 1,177 +/-261 1,216 +/-284
340 +/-157 789 +/-219 694 +/-217
0 +/-123 9 +/-37 32 +/-41
265 +/-159 558 +/-176 577 +/-197
75 +/-69 222 +/-124 85 +/-57
391 +/-140 388 +/-138 522 +/-193
36 +/-42 60 +/-60 0 +/-127
333 +/-126 297 +/-120 402 +/-168
22 +/-37 31 +/-39 120 +/-97
9,870 +/-1,038 15,485 +/-1,042 13,561 +/-1,275
4,529 +/-571 7,528 +/-630 7,962 +/-875
19 +/-25 27 +/-42 131 +/-94
1,914 +/-375 2,876 +/-377 3,273 +/-531
2,596 +/-390 4,625 +/-488 4,558 +/-594
5,341 +/-697 7,957 +/-765 5,599 +/-725
1,179 +/-295 1,753 +/-365 1,255 +/-306
2,715 +/-476 4,243 +/-526 2,674 +/-482
1,447 +/-337 1,961 +/-375 1,670 +/-370