Census tract 0008.00 Kamloops 2001

Census tract 0008.00 Kamloops 2001 - GEOG 119.01 Assignment...

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GEOG 119.01: Assignment no. 3 (Chapter 10, Kuby and Al. 2004) Reading the Urban Landscape: Census Data and Field Observation Selected variable, Kamloops census tract 0008.00 , 2001 census Census Total tract Variables Kamloops 0008.00 Demographic variables Population 0-9 years old 11.4 6.3 Population 65 years old and over 12.4 10.9 Never married (single), population 30.8 49.5 Widowed population 5.6 3.6 Non-mover population over the last 5 years 54.2 37.9 Mover population over the last 5 years 45.8 62.1 Commuting variables Mode of commute: car, truck, van 82.1 73.8 Mode of commute: public transit 3.0 3.8 Family and household variables Couples with children at home 42.1 39.6 Lone parent families 17.2 9.4 Children under 6 at home 20.6 24.1 Children 18 years and over at home 24.4 39.8 Average number of children at home per census family 1.0 0.8 1 person households 24.3 32.2 4 or more persons households 23.2 12.6 Dwelling variables Average number of rooms per dwelling 6.8 6.1 Owned dwelling (%) 72.7 52.2 Rented dwelling (%) 27.3 47.8 Average gross rent ($) 680 639 Average value of dwelling ($) 151,146 165,354 Dwellings in need of minor repairs (%) 25.3 26.5 Dwellings in need of Major repairs (%) 6.1 9.1 Period of construction of dwelling, before 1970 (%) 31.0 38.7 Period of construction of dwelling, 1991 - 2001 (%)
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  • Household income in the United States, Semi-detached, immigrant population, ethnic origin, Variables Occupation variables, population Non-mover population

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