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Census 2000

Total Population
Population in Urban Areas
Population in Rural Areas: Not Farms
Rural Population on Farms
Race
White
Black or African American
Native American & Alaskan
Asian
Hawaiian and Pacific Islander
Some other race
Two or more races
Hispanic or Latino
White, not Hispanic
Total Population
Age, 0-4
Age, 5-17
Age, 18-24
Age, 25-34
Age, 35-44
Age, 45-54
Age, 55-64
Age, 65+
Population in Households
Population in family HH
Family HH, Householder
Family HH, Spouse
Family HH, Child
Family HH, Grandchild
Family HH, Sibling
Family HH, Parent
Family HH, Other relative
Family HH, Non relative
Population in non-family HH
Non-family, Living alone
Non-family, Not living alone
Population in Group Quarters
Institutionalized
Other persons in group quarters
Total Households by Type
Family Households
Family HH, Married w/ children 0-17
Family HH, Married, no children under 18
Family HH, Male, no wife, w/ children
Family HH, Male, no wife or children
Family HH, Female, no husband, w/ child.
Family HH, Female, no husband or child
Non family Households
Single Person HH
Marital Status, Population 15+
Never married
Married
Widowed
Divorced / Separated
Grandparents living w/ grandchildren
Responsible for grandchildren
Not responsible for grandchildren
Home Language: Population 5+
Speak only English
Speak Spanish
Speak other Indo-European language
Speak Asian and Pacific languages
Speak other languages
Non-Eng, Speak Eng "very well or "well"
Non-Eng, Speak Eng "not well" or "not at all"
Citizenship Status
Native Citizen
Foreign born, naturalized citizen
Foreign born, not a citizen
Residence 5 Years Prior to Census: Pop 5+
Residence in same house
Residence in same county
Residence in same state
Residence in different state
Residence in Puerto Rice
Residence elsewhere
Place of Birth, Foreign Born
Europe
Asia
Africa
Oceania
Latin America
Northern America
Born at Sea
Transportation to Work: Population 16+
Drove alone
Carpooled
Public Transportation
Bicycled, Walked
Worked at home
Travel Time to Work: Population 16+
Travel time to work: less than 30 minutes
Travel time to work: 30 to 59
Travel time to work: 60+ minutes
School Enrollment, Population 3+
Nursery, preschool, & kindergarten
Grades 1-12, Public School
Grades 1-12, Private School
College, graduate, & professional
Not enrolled in school
Educational Attainment, Population 25+
No schooling to 8th grade
9th to 12th grade, no diploma
High school graduate
Some college
Associate degree
Bachelor degree
Graduate or professional
Sex by Educational Attainment, Pop 25+
Males less than 9th grade
Males 9th to 12th grade, no diploma
Males high school graduate
Males some college
Males associate degree
Males bachelor degree
Males graduate or professional
Females less than 9th grade
Females 9th to 12th grade, no diploma
Females high school graduate
Females some college
Females associate degree
Females bachelor degree
Females graduate or professional
Veteran Population by Sex and Age (18+)
Male veterans: 18 to 64
Female veterans: 18 to 64
Males veteran: 65 and over
Females veteran: 65 and over
Employment Status by Sex: Pop 16+
Males in armed forces
Male civilians: Employed
Male civilians: Unemployed
Males not in labor force
Females in armed forces
Female civilians: Employed
Females civilians: Unemployed
Females not in labor force
Disability by Sex by Employment
Males w/disability & employed: 16-64
Males w/disability, not employed: 16-64
Males w/disability: 65 and over
Females w/disability & employed: 16-64
Females w/disability, not employed: 16-64
Females w/disability: 65 and over
Families by Parents' Employment
Both parents in labor force
1 parent in labor force
No parent in labor force
Occupation, Employed population 16+
Management and Business Administration
Professional Specialty occupations
Art, Entertainment, Sports, Media
Technical and Support occupations
Protective & community services
Food preparation
Grounds cleaning/maintenance/laborers
Personal care/service
Sales and related occupations
Office and admin support
Farming, fishing & forestry
Construction/extraction & repairs
Production occupations
Material moving workers & transportation
Employment by Industry: Population 16+
Farming, forestry, fishing, hunting, mining
Construction
Manufacturing
Wholesale trade
Retail trade
Transport, warehousing, utilities, wastes
Information Services
Financial, insurance, real estate, rental
Management of companies
Educational services
Health care and social assistance
Arts, accommodations, entertainment, rec.
Professional and other services
Public administration
Services
Class of Worker, Population 16+
Wage & salary workers, private
Self-employed workers
Non-profit wage and salary workers
Local government workers
State government workers
Federal government workers
Unpaid family workers
Household Income
Less than $10,000
$10,000 to $14,999
$15,000 to $19,999
$20,000 to $24,999
$25,000 to $29,999
$30,000 to $34,999
$35,000 to $39,999
$40,000 to $44,999
$45,000 to $49,999
$50,000 to $59,999
$60,000 to $74,999
$75,000 to $99,999
$100,000 to $124,999
$125,000 to $149,999
$150,000 or more
Median HH Income
Aggregate HH Income
Median HH Income (White)
Median HH Income (Black)
Median HH Income (Native American)
Median HH Income (Asian)
Median HH Income (Pacific Islander)
Median HH Income (Other)
Median HH Income (2+ Races)
Median HH Income (Hispanic)
Median HH Income (Non-Hispanic White)
HHs with wage or salary income
HHs with self-employment income
HHs with interest, dividends, rent income
HHs with social & supplement. security inc
HHs with public assistance income
HHs with retirement income
HHs with other types of income
Family Income
Less than $10,000
$10,000 to $14,999
$15,000 to $19,999
$20,000 to $24,999
$25,000 to $29,999
$30,000 to $34,999
$35,000 to $39,999
$40,000 to $44,999
$45,000 to $49,999
$50,000 to $59,999
$60,000 to $74,999
$75,000 to $99,999
$100,000 to $124,999
$125,000 to $149,999
$150,000 or more
Median Family Income
Median Nonfamily Income
Per Capita Income in 1999
Median earnings males
Median earnings females
Poverty Status by Age
Income below poverty level: Under 5
Income below poverty level: 5 to 11
Income below poverty level: 12 to 17
Income below poverty level: 18 to 64
Income below poverty level: 65 to 74
Income below poverty level: 75 & over
Income at or above poverty level: Under 5
Income at or above poverty level: 5 to 11
Income at or above poverty level: 12 to 17
Income at or above poverty level: 18 to 64
Income at or above poverty level: 65 to 74
Income at/above poverty level: 75 & over
Income Below Poverty by Race
Income below poverty: White alone
Income below poverty: Black alone
Income below poverty: Native Am. Alone
Income below poverty: Asian alone
Income below poverty: Pacific Isl. alone
Income below poverty: Other race alone
Income below poverty: 2 or more races
Income below poverty: Hispanic
Occupancy of Housing Units: Total HU
Occupied Housing: Owner Occupied
Occupied Housing: Renter Occupied
Vacant Housing Units
Household Size: Total Occup. Housing
1 person Households
2 person Households
3 person Households
4 person Households
5+ person Households
Units in Structure
Units in Structure: 1, detached
Units in Structure: 1, attached
Units in Structure: 2-4
Units in Structure: 5-19
Units in Structure: 20 or more
Mobile Home, Boat, RV, Van,
Other Year Structure Built: Total Housing
Year Structure Built: 1999 - March 2000
Year Structure Built: 1995-1998
Year Structure Built: 1990-1994
Year Structure Built: 1980-1989
Year Structure Built: 1970-1979
Year Structure Built: 1960-1969
Year Structure Built: 1950-1959
Year Structure Built: 1940-1949
Year Structure Built: 1939 or earlier
Median Year Built
Total Bedrooms
Total Bedrooms: no Bedroom
Total Bedrooms: 1
Total Bedrooms: 2
Total Bedrooms: 3
Total Bedrooms: 4+
Vehicles Available
No vehicle available
1 vehicle available
2 vehicles available
3+ vehicles available
Gross Rent: Renter Occupied Housing
Less than $200
$200 to $299
$300 to $499
$500 to $749
$750 to $999
$1000 or more
No Cash Rent
Median Gross Rent
Median Gross Rent as % of HH Income
Inclusion of Utilities in Rent
Utilities: Included in Rent
Utilities: Pay extra for 1 or more
Value of Specified Owner Occ Housing
Under $30,000
$30,000-$59,999
$60,000-$99,999
$100,000-$199,999
$200,000-$299,999
$300,000-499,999
$500,000 and over
Median Value, Owner Occupied Housing
Average Value, Owner Occupied Housing
Median Value of Mobile Homes
Mortgage, Specified Owner Housing
Housing Units with Mortgage
Housing Units without Mortgage
Mortgage & Costs, Specified Owner
With Mortgage: under $500
With Mortgage: $500-$799
With Mortgage: $800-$1,249
With Mortgage: $1,250-$1,999
With Mortgage: $2,000 or more
Without Mortgage: under $249
Without Mortgage: $250-$399
Without Mortgage: $400 or more
Median Monthly cost as % of HH Inc
Median cost as % of HH Inc w/ Mort.
Median cost as % of HH Inc w/o Mort.
House Heating Fuel: Total Occup. Housing
Utility Gas
Bottle, Tank or LP gas
Electricity
Fuel oil, Kerosene
Coal or Coke
Wood
Solar Energy
Other Fuel
No Fuel Used
Lacking Complete Plumbing Facilities
Lacking Complete Kitchen Facilities
No Telephone Service

Business Data

Tables of Industry Groups

11 Forestry, fishing & hunting, & agricultural support services
21 Mining
22 Utilities
23 Construction
31 Manufacturing
42 Wholesale trade
44 Retail trade
48 Transportation & warehousing
51 Information
52 Finance & insurance
53 Real estate & rental $ leasing
54 Professional, scientific & technical services
55 Management of companies & enterprises
56 Administrative, support, waste management & remediation services
61 Educational services
62 Health care & social assistance
71 Arts, entertainment, & recreation
72 Accommodation & food services
81 Other services (except public administration)
99 Unclassified

Business Counts

North American Industry Classification System Code
Data Suppression Flag - Totals
Total Mid-March Employees
Total First Quarter Payroll ($1,000)
Total Annual Payroll ($1,000)
Total Number of Establishments
Data Suppression Flag - Establishments Having 1-4 Employees
Mid-March Employees: 1-4 Employee Size Class
First Quarter Wages: 1-4 Employee Size Class
Annual Wages: 1-4 Employee Size Class
Number of Establishments: 1-4 Employee Size Class
Data Suppression Flag - Establishments Having 5-9 Employees
Mid-March Employees: 5-9 Employee Size Class
First Quarter Wages: 5-9 Employee Size Class
Annual Wages: 5-9 Employee Size Class
Number of Establishments: 5-9 Employee Size Class
Data Suppression Flag - Establishments Having 10-19 Employees
Mid-March Employees: 10-19 Employee Size Class
First Quarter Wages: 10-19 Employee Size Class
Annual Wages: 10-19 Employee Size Class
Number of Establishments: 10-19 Employee Size Class
Data Suppression Flag - Establishments Having 20-49 Employees
Mid-March Employees: 20-49 Employee Size Class
First Quarter Wages: 20-49 Employee Size Class
Annual Wages: 20-49 Employee Size Class
Number of Establishments: 20-49 Employee Size Class
Data Suppression Flag - Establishments Having 50-99 Employees
Mid-March Employees: 50-99 Employee Size Class
First Quarter Wages: 50-99 Employee Size Class
Annual Wages: 50-99 Employee Size Class
Number of Establishments: 50-99 Employee Size Class
Data Suppression Flag - Establishments Having 100-249 Employee
Mid-March Employees: 100-249 Employee Size Class
First Quarter Wages: 100-249 Employee Size Class
Annual Wages: 100-249 Employee Size Class
Number of Establishments: 100-249 Employee Size Class
Data Suppression Flag - Establishments Having 250-499 Employee
Mid-March Employees: 250-499 Employee Size Class
First Quarter Wages: 250-499 Employee Size Class
Annual Wages: 250-499 Employee Size Class
Number of Establishments: 250-499 Employee Size Class
Data Suppression Flag - Establishments Having 500-999 Employee
Mid-March Employees: 500-999 Employee Size Class
First Quarter Wages: 500-999 Employee Size Class
Annual Wages: 500-999 Employee Size Class
Number of Establishments: 500-999 Employee Size Class
Data Suppression Flag - Establishments Having 1000 or More Emp
Mid-March Employees: 1,000 or More Employee Size Class
First Quarter. Wages: 1,000 or More Employee Size Class
Annual Wages: 1,000 or More Employee Size Class
Number of Establishments: 1,000 or More Employee Size Class

Current Year Estimates

eSTOTPOP Total estimated Population
eSTOTCNPOP Total Census 2000 Population
eSPOPCHPCT Pop Change (per cent)
eSPOPDENS Population Density
eSPOP0_5 Population age 0-5
eSPOP6_17 Population age 6-17
eSPOP0_4 Population 0-4
eSPOP5_9 Population 5-9
eSPOP10_14 Population 10-14
eSPOP15_29 Population 15-20
eSPOP20_24 Population 20-24
eSPOP25_29 Population 25-29
eSPOP30_34 Population 30-34
eSPOP35_39 Population 35-39
eSPOP40_44 Population 40-44
eSPOP45_49 Population 45-49
eSPOP50_54 Population 50-54
eSPOP55_59 Population 55-59
eSPOP60_64 Population 60-64
eSPOP65_69 Population 65-69
eSPOP70_74 Population 70-74
eSPOP75_79 Population 75-79
eSPOP80_84 Population 80-84
eSPOP85P Population 85 plus
eSMEDAGE Median Age
eSPOPWA Total White Alone population
eSPOPBA Total Black Alone population
eSPOPNA Total Native Americans Alone population
eSPOPAA Total Asian Alone population
eSPOPPA Total Pacific Alone population
eSPOPR2 Total 2 or more races population
eSPOPHS Total Hispanic population
eSPOPWN Total White non-Hispanic population
eSTOTMALES Total Males
eSTOTFEMAL Total Females
eSPOPWAM Total White Males Alone
eSPOPBAM Total Black Males Alone
eSPOPNAM Total Native Americans Males Alone
eSPOPAAM Total Asian Males Alone
eSPOPPAM Total Pacific Males Alone
eSPOPR2M Total 2 or more races Males
eSPOPHSM Total Hispanic Males
eSPOPWNM Total White Alone non-Hispanic Males
eSPOPWAF Total White Females Alone
eSPOPBAF Total Black Females Alone
eSPOPNAF Total Native Americans Females Alone
eSPOPAAF Total Asian Females Alone
eSPOPPAF Total Pacific Females Alone
eSPOPR2F Total 2 or more races Females
eSPOPHSF Total Hispanic Females
eSPOPWNF Total White non-Hispanic Females
eSTOTHH Total estimated Households
eSTOTCNSHH Total Census 2000 Households
eSHHCHGE Household Change
eSAVGHHSZE Average HH Size
eSONEPRSHH One Person Households
eSTOTFAM Total Families
eSTOTHU Total Housing Units
eSHUOWNER Owner
eSHURENTER Renter
eSHUVACANT Vacant Housing Units
eSHUNDR10K Households w/ income under $10,000
eSH10_15 HH w/ income $10,000-$14,999
eSH15_20 HH w/ income $15,000-$19,999
eSH20_25 HH w/ income $20,000-$24,999
eSH25_30 HH w/ income $25,000-$29,999
eSH30_35 HH w/ income $30,000-$34,999
eSH35_40 HH w/ income $35,000-$39,999
eSH40_45 HH w/ income $40,000-$44,999
eSH45_50 HH w/ income $45,000-$49,999
eSH50_60 HH w/ income $50,000-$59,999
eSH60_75 HH w/ income $60,000-$74,999
eSH75_100 HH w/ income $75,000-$99,999
eSH100_125 HH w/ income $100,000-$124,999
eSH125_150 HH w/ income $125,000-$149,999
eSH150_200 HH w/ income $150,000-$199,999
eSH200KP HH w/ income $200,000+
eSHMEDINC Median HH income
eSHAGGINC Aggregate HH Income
eSHAVGINC Average HH Income
eSPERCPINC Per Capita Income

5-Year Projections

pSTOTPOP Total estimated Population
pSTOTCNPOP Total Census 2000 Population
pSPOPCHPCT Pop Change (per cent)
pSPOPDENS Population Density
pSPOP0_5 Pop age 0-5
pSPOP6_17 Pop age 6-17
pSPOP0_4 Population 0-4
pSPOP5_9 Population 5-9
pSPOP10_14 Population 10-14
pSPOP15_29 Population 15-20
pSPOP20_24 Population 20-24
pSPOP25_29 Population 25-29
pSPOP30_34 Population 30-34
pSPOP35_39 Population 35-39
pSPOP40_44 Population 40-44
pSPOP45_49 Population 45-49
pSPOP50_54 Population 50-54
pSPOP55_59 Population 55-59
pSPOP60_64 Population 60-64
pSPOP65_69 Population 65-69
pSPOP70_74 Population 70-74
pSPOP75_79 Population 75-79
pSPOP80_84 Population 80-84
pSPOP85P Population 85 plus
pSMEDAGE Median Age
pSPOPWA Total White Alone population
pSPOPBA Total Black Alone population
pSPOPNA Total Native Americans Alone population
pSPOPAA Total Asian Alone population
pSPOPPA Total Pacific Alone population
pSPOPR2 Total 2 or more races population
pSPOPHS Total Hispanic population
pSPOPWN Total White non-Hispanic population
pSTOTMALES Total Males
pSTOTFEMAL Total Females
pSPOPWAM Total White Males Alone
pSPOPBAM Total Black Males Alone
pSPOPNAM Total Native Americans Males Alone
pSPOPAAM Total Asian Males Alone
pSPOPPAM Total Pacific Males Alone
pSPOPR2M Total 2 or more races Males
pSPOPHSM Total Hispanic Males
pSPOPWNM Total White Alone non-Hispanic Males
pSPOPWAF Total White Females Alone
pSPOPBAF Total Black Females Alone
pSPOPNAF Total Native Americans Females Alone
pSPOPAAF Total Asian Females Alone
pSPOPPAF Total Pacific Females Alone
pSPOPR2F Total 2 or more races Females
pSPOPHSF Total Hispanic Females
pSPOPWNF Total White non-Hispanic Females
pSTOTHH Total estimated Households
pSTOTCNSHH Total Census 2000 Households
pSHHCHGE Household Change
pSAVGHHSZE Average HH Size
pSONEPRSHH One Person Households
pSTOTFAM Total Families
pSTOTHU Total Housing Units
pSHUOWNER Owner
pSHURENTER Renter
pSHUVACANT Vacant Housing Units
pSHUNDR10K HH w/ income under $10,000
pSH10_15 HH w/ income $10,000-$14,999
pSH15_20 HH w/ income $15,000-$19,999
pSH20_25 HH w/ income $20,000-$24,999
pSH25_30 HH w/ income $25,000-$29,999
pSH30_35 HH w/ income $30,000-$34,999
pSH35_40 HH w/ income $35,000-$39,999
pSH40_45 HH w/ income $40,000-$44,999
pSH45_50 HH w/ income $45,000-$49,999
pSH50_60 HH w/ income $50,000-$59,999
pSH60_75 HH w/ income $60,000-$74,999
pSH75_100 HH w/ income $75,000-$99,999
pSH100_125 HH w/ income $100,000-$124,999
pSH125_150 HH w/ income $125,000-$149,999
pSH150_200 HH w/ income $150,000-$199,999
pSH200KP HH w/ income $200,000+
pSHMEDINC Median HH income
pSHAGGINC Aggregate HH Income
pSHAVGINC Average HH Income
pSPERCPINC Per Capita Income

Consumer Expenditures

Current Year

eTotExpend Total annual household expenditures
eHseHldExp Average annual household expenditures including
eFood Food
eFhome Food at home
eFCerbak Cereals and bakery products
eFCereals Cereals and cereal products
eFBak Bakery products
eFMtPtFsEg Meats poultry fish and eggs
eFBeef Beef
eFPork Pork
eFOthMts Other meats
eFPoultry Poultry
eFFshSeafd Fish and seafood
eFEggs Eggs
eFDairy Dairy products
eFFrMlkCrm Fresh milk and cream
eFOthDairy Other dairy products
eFFrtVegs Fruits and vegetables
eFFrFruits Fresh fruits
eFFrVegs Fresh vegetables
eFPcFruits Processed fruits
eFPrcVegs Processed vegetables
eFOtAtHome Other food at home
eFSugarSwt Sugar and other sweets
eFFatsOils Fats and oils
eFMisc Miscellaneous foods
eFNonalcBv Nonalcoholic beverages
eFByCnsOut Food prepared by consumer unit on out-of-town trips
eFAwayFrHm Food away from home
eFAlcBevrg Alcoholic beverages
eHousing Housing
eHShelter Shelter
eHOwndDwng Owned dwellings
eHMrtgIntC Mortgage interest and charges
eHPropTax Property taxes
eHMtRepIns Maintenance repairs insurance, other expenses
eHRentDwng Rented dwellings
eHOtherLdg Other lodging
eHUtlFlsPS Utilities fuels and public services
eHNatGas Natural gas
eHElectr Electricity
eHFuelOilF Fuel oil and other fuels
eHTelephne Telephone services
eHWtrOthPS Water and other public services
eHHsehdOps Household operations
eHPersSrv Personal services
eHOthHshdE Other household expenses
eHHsekpSpl Housekeeping supplies
eHLndryCln Laundry and cleaning supplies
eHOthHshdP Other household products
eHPstgStry Postage and stationery
eHHshldFrn Household furnishings and equipment
eHHshldTxt Household textiles
eHFurnitre Furniture
eHFloorCvg Floor coverings
eHMajorApl Major appliances
eHSmallApl Small appliances miscellaneous housewares
eHMscHldE Miscellaneous household equipment
eApprlSrv Apparel and services
eAMenBoys Men and boys
eAMen16p Men 16 and over
eABoys2_15 Boys 2 to 15
eAWomenGls Women and girls
eAWomen16p Women 16 and over
eAGls2_15 Girls 2 to 15
eAChdrnUr2 Children under 2
eAFootwear Footwear
eAOthAppPS Other apparel products and services
eTransport Transportation
eTVhclPrch Vehicle purchases (net outlay)
eTCarTrkN Cars and trucks new
eTCarTrkU Cars and trucks used
eTOtherVhl Other vehicles
eTGasOil Gasoline and motor oil
eTOtherExp Other vehicle expenses
eTVhclFncC Vehicle finance charges
eTMntRprs Maintenance and repairs
eTVhclInsr Vehicle insurance
eTVhclRntL Vehicle rental leases licenses other charges
eTPublic Public transportation
eHealthCre Health care
eHInsurnce Health insurance
eHMedServs Medical services
eHDrugs Drugs
eHMedSupls Medical supplies
eEntertain Entertainment
eEFeesAdms Fees and admissions
eETVRadSnd Television radios sound equipment
eEPets Pets toys and playground equipment
eEOthEntrt Other entertainment supplies equipment and services
ePersCare Personal care products and services
eReading Reading
eEducation Education
eTobacco Tobacco products and smoking supplies
eMisc Miscellaneous
eCashCntrb Cash contributions
ePersInsPs Personal insurance and pensions
eLfeOthPsI Life and other personal insurance
ePensSS Pensions and Social Security

5-Year Projections

pTotExpend Total annual household expenditures
pHseHldExp Average annual household expenditures including
pFood Food
pFhome Food at home
pFCerbak Cereals and bakery products
pFCereals Cereals and cereal products
pFBak Bakery products
pFMtPtFsEg Meats poultry fish and eggs
pFBeef Beef
pFPork Pork
pFOthMts Other meats
pFPoultry Poultry
pFFshSeafd Fish and seafood
pFEggs Eggs
pFDairy Dairy products
pFFrMlkCrm Fresh milk and cream
pFOthDairy Other dairy products
pFFrtVegs Fruits and vegetables
pFFrFruits Fresh fruits
pFFrVegs Fresh vegetables
pFPcFruits Processed fruits
pFPrcVegs Processed vegetables
pFOtAtHome Other food at home
pFSugarSwt Sugar and other sweets
pFFatsOils Fats and oils
pFMisc Miscellaneous foods
pFNonalcBv Nonalcoholic beverages
pFByCnsOut Food prepared by consumer unit on out-of-town trips
pFAwayFrHm Food away from home
pFAlcBevrg Alcoholic beverages
pHousing Housing
pHShelter Shelter
pHOwndDwng Owned dwellings
pHMrtgIntC Mortgage interest and charges
pHPropTax Property taxes
pHMtRepIns Maintenance repairs insuranceother expenses
pHRentDwng Rented dwellings
pHOtherLdg Other lodging
pHUtlFlsPS Utilities fuels and public services
pHNatGas Natural gas
pHElectr Electricity
pHFuelOilF Fuel oil and other fuels
pHTelephne Telephone services
pHWtrOthPS Water and other public services
pHHsehdOps Household operations
pHPersSrv Personal services
pHOthHshdE Other household expenses
pHHsekpSpl Housekeeping supplies
pHLndryCln Laundry and cleaning supplies
pHOthHshdP Other household products
pHPstgStry Postage and stationery
pHHshldFrn Household furnishings and equipment
pHHshldTxt Household textiles
pHFurnitre Furniture
pHFloorCvg Floor coverings
pHMajorApl Major appliances
pHSmallApl Small appliances miscellaneous housewares
pHMscHldE Miscellaneous household equipment
pApprlSrv Apparel and services
pAMenBoys Men and boys
pAMen16p Men 16 and over
pABoys2_15 Boys 2 to 15
pAWomenGls Women and girls
pAWomen16p Women 16 and over
pAGls2_15 Girls 2 to 15
pAChdrnUr2 Children under 2
pAFootwear Footwear
pAOthAppPS Other apparel products and services
pTransport Transportation
pTVhclPrch Vehicle purchases (net outlay)
pTCarTrkN Cars and trucks new
pTCarTrkU Cars and trucks used
pTOtherVhl Other vehicles
pTGasOil Gasoline and motor oil
pTOtherExp Other vehicle expenses
pTVhclFncC Vehicle finance charges
pTMntRprs Maintenance and repairs
pTVhclInsr Vehicle insurance
pTVhclRntL Vehicle rental leases licenses other charges
pTPublic Public transportation
pHealthCre Health care
pHInsurnce Health insurance
pHMedServs Medical services
pHDrugs Drugs
pHMedSupls Medical supplies
pEntertain Entertainment
pEFeesAdms Fees and admissions
pETVRadSnd Television radios sound equipment
pEPets Pets toys and playground equipment
pEOthEntrt Other entertainment supplies equipment and services
pPersCare Personal care products and services
pReading Reading
pEducation Education
pTobacco Tobacco products and smoking supplies
pMisc Miscellaneous
pCashCntrb Cash contributions
pPersInsPs Personal insurance and pensions
pLfeOthPsI Life and other personal insurance
pPensSS Pensions and Social Security


        

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