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Census Charts Index > Households & Families for Kentucky Kentucky Census Data: Households & Families.
represent percentages of the highest population of any county in the state. The population shown for Kentucky in the 1790-1820 censuses is based on the present state boundary, not the territory claimed by Kentucky from Tennessee along its southern boundary. There are 9 metropolitan statistical areas, 17 micropolitan statistical areas, and 6 combined statistical areas. Total Households counts households, not people. Please note that if you set your browser to display very large text sizes, the table cell sizes will change,
For small percentages the bar does not appear. The same method is used for the colored bars shown in the Area and Density table cells. The Density per square mile of land area
For small percentages the bar does not appear. For example, the colored bar for an average family size of 2.5 fills half of the table cell. See the Gazetteer Files for a list of geographic entities. Interested in Kentucky?
By Subject. header are proportional to the value when converted to percentages.
They are all census county divisions (CCDs), which are delineated for statistical purposes, have no legal function, and are not governmental units.Â CCDs were first established in the 1960 census. The "Family households Total" and "Nonfamily households Total" percentages add up to approximately 100%.
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Abbreviations used in location names: Co.=County, C.A.=Census Area, Pa.=Parish, Mu.=Municipio.
values are derived by dividing the population (or housing unit) count by the land ares. Upon resolution of a boundary dispute with Tennessee in 1820, Kentucky assumed generally the same boundary as the present state.
Infoplease is a reference and learning site, combining the contents of an encyclopedia, a dictionary, an atlas and several almanacs loaded with facts. Kentucky has 3 elementary school districts, 3 secondary school districts, and 174 unified school districts.Â Two of the unified school districts are run by the Department of Defense.