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Census Report

Census provides the most detailed breakdown of demographic information of all the reports in the Ministry Area or Market Area Profile. The information in this report is especially valuable when a more detailed analysis of a study area is desired. All information in this report is derived from the 1990 Census. The Census report is arranged into six sections. Each section contains multiple variable lines and each variable line includes four columns of numbers. The first column represents the actual figure from the 1990 Census for the variable in question. The second column is the percentage for the study area. The third column represents the U.S. Average for that variable and the fourth column, U.S. Comparative Index, provides a quick comparison of your study area to the national average.

On the Census report, it is possible that a column of percentages may not add up to exactly 100%. This is caused by rounding, which occurs when the figures from many block groups/census tracts are being accumulated for your report. Rest assured that this is normal and does not compromise the figures in any way.