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DP-2. Profile of Selected Social Characteristics: 2000
Geographic Area: Rich County
[Data based on a sample. For information on confidentiality protection, sampling error, nonsampling error, and definitions, see text]

Subject Number Percent Subject Number Percent

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT       NATIVITY AND PLACE OF BIRTH    
     Population 3 years and over            Total poplulation 1,961 100.0
      enrolled in school 640 100.0   Native 1,923 98.1
Nursery school, preschool 45 7.0       Born in United States 1,918 97.8
Kindergarten 39 6.1           State of residence 1,271 64.8
Elementary school (grades 1-8) 316 49.4           Different state 647 33.0
High school (grades 9-12) 189 29.5       Born outside United States 5 0.3
College or graduate school 51 8.0   Foreign born 38 1.9
                Entered 1990 to March 2000 23 1.2
EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT           Naturalized citizen 10 0.5
  Population 25 years and over 1,144 100.0       Not a citizen 28 1.4
Less than 9th grade 21 1.8        
9th to 12th grade, no diploma 76 6.6   REGION OF BIRTH OF FOREIGN BORN    
High school graduate (includes equivalency) 389 34.0     Total (excluding born at sea) 38 100.0
Some college, no degree 353 30.9   Europe 8 21.1
Associate degree 53 4.6   Asia 2 5.3
Bachelor's degree 195 17.0   Africa 12 31.6
Graduate or professional degree 57 5.0   Oceania 0 0.0
        Latin America 16 42.1
Percent high school graduate or higher 91.5 (X)   Northern America 0 0.0
Percent bachelor's degree or higher 22.0 (X)        
        LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME    
MARITAL STATUS                 Population 5 years and over 1,816 100.0
          Population 15 years and over 1,428 100.0   English only 1,756 96.7
Never married 278 19.5   Language other than English 60 3.3
Now married, except separated 995 69.7           Speak English less than '"very well"' 21 1.2
Separated 10 0.7   Spanish 48 2.6
Widowed 68 4.8           Speak English less than '"very well"' 16 0.9
 Female 63 4.4   Other Indo-European languages 10 0.6
Divorced 77 5.4           Speak English less than '"very well"' 3 0.2
 Female 29 2.0   Asian and Pacific Island languages 2 0.1
                Speak English less than '"very well"' 2 0.1
GRANDPARENTS AS CAREGIVERS            
          Grandparent living in household       ANCESTRY (single and multiple)    
           with one or more own grandchildren                 Total population 1,961 100.0
           under 18 years 14 100.0     Total ancestries reported 2,090 106.6
Grandparent responsible for grandchildren 2 14.3   Arab 0 0.0
        Czech¹ 2 0.1
VETERAN STATUS       Danish 108 5.5
          Civilian population 18 years and over 1,279 100.0   Dutch 43 2.2
Civilian veterans 140 10.9   English 808 41.2
        French (except Basque)¹ 33 1.7
DISABILITY STATUS OF THE CIVILIAN       French Canadian¹ 28 1.4
 NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION       German 192 9.8
     Population 5 to 20 years 618 100.0   Greek 0 0.0
With a disability 35 5.7   Hungarian 0 0.0
     Population 21 to 64 years 908 100.0   Irish¹ 70 3.6
With a disability 122 13.4   Italian 22 1.1
 Percent employed 62.3 (X)   Lithuanian 0 0.0
No disability 786 86.6   Norwegian 39 2.0
 Percent employed 75.6 (X)   Polish 10 0.5
     Population 65 years and over 272 100.0   Portuguese 0 0.0
With a disability 91 33.5   Russian 9 0.5
        Scotch-Irish 28 1.4
        Scottish 132 6.7
RESIDENCE IN 1995       Slovak 0 0.0
  Population 5 years and over 1,816 100.0   Subsaharan African 12 0.6
Same house in 1995 1,175 64.7   Swedish 62 3.2
Different house in the U.S. in 1995 612 33.7   Swiss 57 2.9
 Same county 238 13.1   Ukrainian 0 0.0
 Different county 374 20.6   United States or American 206 10.5
  Same state 225 12.4   Welsh 42 2.1
  Different state 149 8.2   West Indian (excluding Hispanic groups) 0 0.0
Elsewhere in 1995 29 1.6   Other ancestries 187 9.5
 
Date: July 7, 2006
 
-Represent zero or rounds to zero.    (X) Not applicable.
¹ The data represent a combination of two ancestries shown separately in Summary File 3. Czech includes Czechoslovakian. French includes Alsatian. French Canadian includes Acadian/Cajun. Irish includes Celtic.
Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Census 2000.

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