Monday, May 21, 2001

Numbers on family, non-family households




        Tristate muncipalities that saw the biggest changes in the numbers of traditional nuclear families (married couples with children of school age), according to the 2000 Census.

        GAINERS
        Liberty Twp., Butler County - 2,605
        West Chester Twp. — 2,022
        Mason — 1,829
        Clear Creek Twp. — 1,260
        Miami Twp., Clermont County — 1,234
        Springboro — 992
        Union Twp., Clermont County — 970
        Lebanon — 850
        Independence — 615
        Hamilton Twp., Warren County — 571
        LOSERS
        Cincinnati — 4,444
        Hamilton — 707
        Norwood — 555
        Newport — 346
        Delhi Twp. — 215
        Harrison Twp. — 171
        Dayton — 166
        Fort Wright — 158
        Colerain Twp. — 149
        Forest Park — 123

        The Tristate communities with the 10 highest and lowest percentages of non-family households:

        HIGHEST
        Oxford — 64.8%
        Oxford Twp. — 59.7%
        Cincinnati — 51.0%
        Owensville — 47.9%
        Milford — 47.9%
        College Corner — 47.3%
        Cheviot — 45.8%
        Mount Healthy — 45.0%
        Covington — 44.5%
        Norwood — 44.4%
        LOWEST
        Union — 7.8%
        Liberty Twp. — 10.4%
        Evendale — 13.2%
        Butlerville — 13.8%
        Clear Creek Twp. — 14.5%
        Morgant Twp. — 14.9%
        Terrace Park — 15.0%
        Indian Hill — 15.2%
        Harlan Twp. — 15.5%
        Springboro — 15.5%

        The Tristate municipalities with the highest and lowest percentages of people living alone:

        HIGHEST
        Owensville — 44
        Milford — 43.1
        Cincinnati — 42.8
        Mount Healthy — 40.5
        Park Hills — 40.3
        Arlington Heights — 38.1
        Lockland — 36.9
        Edgewood — 36.5
        Sharonville — 36.5
        Norwood — 36.3
        LOWEST
        Union — 5.9
        Liberty Twp., Butler County — 8.2
        Edgewood — 11.1
        Evendale — 11.3
        Fairfield Twp. — 12.1
        Washington Twp., Warren County — 12.2
        Butlerville — 13.8
        Indian Hill — 14.4
        Terrace Park — 14.6
        Reily Twp., Butler County — 14.6

       



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