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1 Social and Economic Indicators by Race and Asian Ethnic Groups and Korean Population Density Map - Top 5 Metropolitan Areas, 2000 Social and Economic Indicators by Race and Asian Ethnic Groups and Korean Population Density Map - Top 5 Metropolitan Areas, 2000 Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center Winter Conference 2003 September 12-14, San Francisco, CA Presented by Dr. Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe

2 Korean Population by Top 5 Metropolitan Areas, 2000 Sections By MSA/CMSA* Alone Alone and in Combination % Mixed Heritage 1. Los Angeles-Riverside-Orange County, CA CMSA 257,975272,4985.3% 2. New York-N. New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-CT-PA CMSA 170,509179,3444.9% 3. Washington-Baltimore, DC-MD-VA-WV CMSA 74,45480,5927.6% 4. San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, CA CMSA 57,38665, % 5. Chicago-Gary-Kenosha, IL-IN-WI CMSA46,87149,9726.2% *CMSA – Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Area

3 Section 1. Los Angeles-Riverside-Orange County, CA CMSA (Also includes San Bernardino and Ventura County)

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5 1.1 Population by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnic group, 2000 Los Angeles-Riverside-Orange County, CA CMSA Total Population16,373,645 White alone9,028,873 Black or African American alone1,245,039 American Indian and Alaskan Native alone142,083 Asian alone1,701,740 Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone46,674 Some other race alone3,439,094 Two or more races770,142 Hispanic or Latino6,598,488 Non-Hispanic White6,387,094 Asian Indian alone104,482 Chinese alone414,582 Filipino alone371,421 Japanese alone155,959 Korean alone257,975 Vietnamese alone233,573 SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

6 1.2 Educational Attainment by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Bachelor’s Degree or above, People 25 Years and above] Los Angeles-Riverside-Orange County, CA CMSA Total Population24.4% White alone27.7% Black or African American alone17.8% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone11.3% Asian alone42.6% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone 12.3% Some other race alone5.1% Two or more races19.7% Hispanic or Latino6.9% Non-Hispanic White33.3% Asian Indian alone62.0% Chinese alone46.2% Filipino alone49.4% Japanese alone42.3% Korean alone44.5% Vietnamese alone20.9% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

7 1.3 Employment by Sector by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Employed Civilian Population 16 Years and above] Los Angeles-Riverside-Orange County, CA CMSAPrivate Sector Government Sector Small Business Sector* Total Population78.1%13.2%8.8% White alone76.6%13.4%10.0% Black or African American alone69.4%25.7%4.9% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone77.1%15.1%7.7% Asian alone79.1%11.6%9.3% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone 81.5%13.1%5.4% Some other race alone85.0%8.9%6.1% Two or more races79.7%12.1%8.2% Hispanic or Latino83.8%9.9%6.3% Non-Hispanic White74.8%14.2%11.0% Asian Indian alone80.6%10.3%9.1% Chinese alone79.9%11.7%8.4% Filipino alone81.6%14.2%4.2% Japanese alone75.2%14.7%10.2% Korean alone71.5%7.5%21.0% Vietnamese alone82.3%10.1%7.6% *Small Business Sector consists of those self-employed in non-incorporated companies or using unpaid family labor. SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

8 1.4 Median Household Income($) by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Households] Los Angeles-Riverside-Orange County, CA CMSA Total Population45,903 White alone51,018 Black or African American alone33,526 American Indian and Alaskan Native alone39,823 Asian alone50,896 Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone45,709 Some other race alone35,072 Two or more races38,885 Hispanic or Latino36,154 Non-Hispanic White55,082 Asian Indian alone64,226 Chinese alone50,565 Filipino alone60,847 Japanese alone54,379 Korean alone37,957 Vietnamese alone47,078 SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

9 1.5 Per Capita Income($) by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Total Population] Los Angeles-Riverside-Orange County, CA CMSA Total Population21,170 White alone26,745 Black or African American alone17,101 American Indian and Alaskan Native alone15,146 Asian alone20,735 Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone14,345 Some other race alone10,239 Two or more races14,362 Hispanic or Latino11,284 Non-Hispanic White32,573 Asian Indian alone26,576 Chinese alone22,197 Filipino alone20,600 Japanese alone31,640 Korean alone18,431 Vietnamese alone14,976 SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

10 1.6 Unemployment Rate by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Labor Force Population 16 Years and older] Los Angeles-Riverside-Orange County, CA CMSA Total Population7.4% White alone6.1% Black or African American alone13.1% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone10.3% Asian alone5.6% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone12.1% Some other race alone9.6% Two or more races9.2% Hispanic or Latino9.3% Non-Hispanic White5.3% Asian Indian alone5.2% Chinese alone4.9% Filipino alone5.7% Japanese alone3.5% Korean alone6.2% Vietnamese alone6.4% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

11 1.7 Poverty Rate by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Population for which poverty was determined] Los Angeles-Riverside-Orange County, CA CMSA Total Population15.6% White alone11.4% Black or African American alone23.3% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone21.5% Asian alone13.1% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone19.3% Some other race alone24.3% Two or more races18.0% Hispanic or Latino22.6% Non-Hispanic White7.6% Asian Indian alone9.3% Chinese alone14.2% Filipino alone7.2% Japanese alone9.1% Korean alone15.1% Vietnamese alone17.6% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

12 1.8 Senior Poverty Rate by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Population 65 Years and older for which poverty was determined] Los Angeles-Riverside-Orange County, CA CMSA Total Population9.0% White alone7.1% Black or African American alone15.8% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone15.0% Asian alone11.7% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone12.1% Some other race alone18.0% Two or more races15.4% Hispanic or Latino14.5% Non-Hispanic White6.3% Asian Indian alone6.5% Chinese alone14.2% Filipino alone8.8% Japanese alone5.8% Korean alone18.8% Vietnamese alone12.2% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

13 1.9 Nativity by Age and Potential Voters by Hispanic category and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Total Population] Los Angeles-Riverside-Orange County, CA CMSA Hispanic/LatinoAsianAsian IndianChinese Under 18 years:2,445,468381,72125,64286,232 % Native:86.0%78.2%77.1%79.2% % Foreign born:14.0%21.8%22.9%20.8% 18 years and older:4,155,6651,311,81978,096324,014 % Native:34.4%17.0%11.2%13.8% % Foreign born:65.6%83.0%88.8%86.2% Foreign born:2,727,4761,089,46569,366279,203 % Naturalized:28.6%58.1%51.7%61.6% % Not a citizen:71.4%41.9%48.3%38.4% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003 FilipinoJapaneseKoreanVietnamese Under 18 years:82,99519,14858,66860,693 % Native:79.3%82.8%74.0%75.5% % Foreign born:20.7%17.2%26.0%24.5% 18 years and older:288,448137,344199,755173,457 % Native:15.2%61.4%8.4%5.1% % Foreign born:84.8%38.6%91.6%94.9% Foreign born:244,50253,055183,038164,541 % Naturalized64.1%29.2%49.6%68.0% % Not a citizen35.9%70.8%50.4%32.0%

14 English Speaking Ability for Foreign Born Population by Race, 2000 – [Foreign Born Population 5 Years and older] Los Angeles-Riverside-Orange County, CA CMSA Total PopulationWhite aloneBlack aloneAIAN* alone Foreign Born:5,012,7351,782,77965,04427,369 Speaks only English:494,101269,33826,0622,566 % Speaks only English:9.9%15.1%40.1%9.4% Speaks other than English:4,518,6341,513,44138,98224,803 % Speaks other than English:90.1%84.9%59.9%90.6% Asian aloneNHOPI* alone Some other race alone Two or more races Foreign Born:1,166,193 11,357 1,689,064270,929 Speaks only English:78,195 1,265 93,83222,843 % Speaks only English:6.7% 11.1% 5.6%8.4% Speaks other than English:1,087,998 10,092 1,595,232248,086 % Speaks other than English:93.3% 88.9% 94.4%91.6% *AIAN = American Indian and Alaskan Native NHOPI = Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

15 English Speaking Ability for Foreign Born Population by Hispanic category and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Foreign Born Population 5 Years and older] Los Angeles-Riverside-Orange County, CA CMSA Hispanic/LatinoAsian Indian aloneChinese aloneFilipino alone Foreign Born: 3,026,54574,694295,582260,633 Speaks only English: 172,4628,86914,12324,846 % Speaks only English: 5.7%11.9%4.8%9.5% Speaks other than English: 2,854,08365,825281,459235,787 % Speaks other than English: 94.3%88.1%95.2%90.5% % Speaks Asian and Pacific Island (or Spanish) language and English well: 51.0%92.8%65.0%93.2% % Speaks Asian and Pacific Island (or Spanish) language and English not well: 49.0%7.2%35.0%6.8% Japanese aloneKorean aloneVietnamese alone Foreign Born: 55,728197,152178,516 Speaks only English: 5,42812,0906,224 % Speaks only English: 9.7%6.1%3.5% Speaks other than English: 50,300185,062172,292 % Speaks other than English: 90.3%93.9%96.5% % Speaks Asian and Pacific Island (or Spanish) language and English well: 69.3%58.8%61.2% % Speaks Asian and Pacific Island (or Spanish) language and English not well: 30.7%41.2%38.8% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

16 1.11 Percent of Population in Linguistically Isolated Households by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Population 5 Years and older] Los Angeles-Riverside-Orange County, CA CMSA Total Population13.7% White alone8.8% Black or African American alone1.1% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone11.4% Asian alone26.3% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone 6.0% Some other race alone25.1% Two or more races15.0% Hispanic or Latino25.1% Non-Hispanic White2.1% Asian Indian alone8.7% Chinese alone33.6% Filipino alone8.7% Japanese alone17.6% Korean alone38.9% Vietnamese alone42.1% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

17 Section 2. New York-N. New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-CT-PA CMSA

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19 2.1 Population by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnic group, 2000 New York-N. New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-CT-PA CMSA Total Population21,199,865 White alone13,589,268 Black or African American alone3,638,570 American Indian and Alaskan Native alone70,515 Asian alone1,435,889 Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone10,479 Some other race alone1,733,584 Two or more races721,560 Hispanic or Latino3,852,138 Non-Hispanic White11,953,732 Asian Indian alone400,194 Chinese alone504,615 Filipino alone157,099 Japanese alone49,707 Korean alone170,509 Vietnamese alone26,998 SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

20 2.2 Educational Attainment by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Bachelor’s Degree or above, People 25 Years and above] New York-N. New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-CT-PA CMSA Total Population30.5% White alone34.6% Black or African American alone16.5% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone15.5% Asian alone47.9% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone 20.3% Some other race alone9.1% Two or more races20.3% Hispanic or Latino11.7% Non-Hispanic White36.9% Asian Indian alone54.8% Chinese alone37.5% Filipino alone66.5% Japanese alone61.6% Korean alone48.4% Vietnamese alone27.4% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

21 2.3 Employment by Sector by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Employed Civilian Population 16 Years and above] New York-N. New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-CT-PA CMSAPrivate Sector Government Sector Small Business Sector* Total Population79.0%15.1%5.9% White alone78.7%14.6%6.6% Black or African American alone73.9%22.9%3.2% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone80.5%13.7%5.8% Asian alone85.5%8.8%5.7% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone 86.0%9.7%4.3% Some other race alone84.8%10.7%4.5% Two or more races82.0%12.3%5.6% Hispanic or Latino83.6%11.7%4.6% Non-Hispanic White78.2%14.9%6.8% Asian Indian alone85.1%10.2%4.7% Chinese alone87.0%8.4%4.6% Filipino alone85.2%11.5%3.3% Japanese alone87.2%5.4%7.4% Korean alone81.8%5.5%12.7% Vietnamese alone86.6%7.8%5.6% *Small Business Sector consists of those self-employed in non-incorporated companies or using unpaid family labor. SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

22 2.4 Median Household Income($) by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Households] New York-N. New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-CT-PA CMSA Total Population50,795 White alone58,371 Black or African American alone34,496 American Indian and Alaskan Native alone33,872 Asian alone54,548 Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone34,846 Some other race alone31,113 Two or more races36,185 Hispanic or Latino33,163 Non-Hispanic White61,044 Asian Indian alone63,565 Chinese alone46,645 Filipino alone77,547 Japanese alone54,583 Korean alone43,861 Vietnamese alone50,587 SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

23 2.5 Per Capita Income($) by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Total Population] New York-N. New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-CT-PA CMSA Total Population26,604 White alone32,288 Black or African American alone16,384 American Indian and Alaskan Native alone14,224 Asian alone23,371 Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone16,072 Some other race alone11,540 Two or more races15,363 Hispanic or Latino13,520 Non-Hispanic White34,510 Asian Indian alone25,589 Chinese alone21,156 Filipino alone27,759 Japanese alone38,905 Korean alone20,840 Vietnamese alone18,649 SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

24 2.6 Unemployment Rate by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Labor Force Population 16 Years and older] New York-N. New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-CT-PA CMSA Total Population6.7% White alone4.6% Black or African American alone12.6% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone13.4% Asian alone5.5% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone13.3% Some other race alone12.3% Two or more races9.6% Hispanic or Latino11.2% Non-Hispanic White4.1% Asian Indian alone5.4% Chinese alone5.7% Filipino alone4.3% Japanese alone4.6% Korean alone5.1% Vietnamese alone7.1% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

25 2.7 Poverty Rate by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Population for which poverty was determined] New York-N. New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-CT-PA CMSA Total Population12.9% White alone8.0% Black or African American alone22.4% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone25.3% Asian alone13.7% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone23.0% Some other race alone27.5% Two or more races20.7% Hispanic or Latino24.8% Non-Hispanic White6.2% Asian Indian alone10.7% Chinese alone17.8% Filipino alone4.1% Japanese alone15.1% Korean alone13.4% Vietnamese alone17.8% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

26 2.8 Senior Poverty Rate by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Population 65 Years and older for which poverty was determined] New York-N. New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-CT-PA CMSA Total Population10.9% White alone8.2% Black or African American alone21.0% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone23.6% Asian alone18.8% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone22.7% Some other race alone30.2% Two or more races23.3% Hispanic or Latino25.3% Non-Hispanic White7.4% Asian Indian alone11.6% Chinese alone24.0% Filipino alone7.4% Japanese alone7.3% Korean alone21.7% Vietnamese alone17.6% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

27 2.9 Nativity by Age and Potential Voters by Hispanic category and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Total Population] New York-N. New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-CT-PA CMSA Hispanic/LatinoAsianAsian IndianChinese Under 18 years:1,172,810339,039102,905109,131 % Native:85.6%70.0%69.6%76.0% % Foreign born:14.4%30.0%30.4%24.0% 18 years and older:2,679,0421,098,544295,520395,662 % Native:44.5%9.8%7.3%11.9% % Foreign born:55.5%90.2%92.7%88.1% Foreign born:1,487,259990,668274,079348,707 % Naturalized35.2%46.5%43.3%52.1% % Not a citizen64.8%53.5%56.7%47.9% FilipinoJapaneseKoreanVietnamese Under 18 years:36,1478,14340,3696,575 % Native:74.3%47.7%62.1%70.0% % Foreign born:25.7%52.3%37.9%30.0% 18 years and older:127,57141,649131,05420,111 % Native:10.9%14.9%7.6%5.8% % Foreign born:89.1%85.1%92.4%94.2% Foreign born:113,68635,445121,12518,948 % Naturalized56.0%11.2%41.3%60.1% % Not a citizen44.0%88.8%58.7%39.9% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

28 English Speaking Ability for Foreign Born Population by Race, 2000 – [Foreign Born Population 5 Years and older] New York-N. New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-CT-PA CMSA Total PopulationWhite aloneBlack aloneAIAN* alone Foreign Born:5,135,0992,039,061848,03020,479 Speaks only English:1,142,726360,669516,0974,832 % Speaks only English:22.3%17.7%60.9%23.6% Speaks other than English:3,992,3731,678,392331,93315,647 % Speaks other than English:77.7%82.3%39.1%76.4% Asian aloneNHOPI* alone Some other race alone Two or more races Foreign Born:1,080,308 3, ,390346,630 Speaks only English:109,475 1,130 65,47985,044 % Speaks only English:10.1% 35.3% 8.2%24.5% Speaks other than English:970,833 2, ,911261,586 % Speaks other than English:89.9% 64.7% 91.8%75.5% *AIAN = American Indian and Alaskan Native NHOPI = Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

29 English Speaking Ability for Foreign Born Population by Hispanic category and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Foreign Born Population 5 Years and older] New York-N. New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-CT-PA CMSA Hispanic/LatinoAsian Indian aloneChinese aloneFilipino alone Foreign Born: 1,639,251301,366371,766122,535 Speaks only English: 90,72656,96718,84012,255 % Speaks only English: 5.5%18.9%5.1%10.0% Speaks other than English: 1,548,525244,399352,926110,280 % Speaks other than English: 94.5%81.1%94.9%90.0% % Speaks Asian and Pacific Island (or Spanish) language and English well: 53.9%94.1%56.4%96.1% % Speaks Asian and Pacific Island (or Spanish) language and English not well: 46.1%5.9%43.6%3.9% Japanese aloneKorean aloneVietnamese alone Foreign Born: 38,568134,53020,667 Speaks only English: 3,06511,7641,459 % Speaks only English: 7.9%8.7%7.1% Speaks other than English: 35,503122,76619,208 % Speaks other than English: 92.1%91.3%92.9% % Speaks Asian and Pacific Island (or Spanish) language and English well: 76.4%60.6%63.0% % Speaks Asian and Pacific Island (or Spanish) language and English not well: 23.6%39.4%37.0% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

30 2.11 Percent of Population in Linguistically Isolated Households by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Population 5 Years and older] New York-N. New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-CT-PA CMSA Total Population9.0% White alone6.0% Black or African American alone3.0% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone16.7% Asian alone26.7% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone 11.6% Some other race alone26.5% Two or more races17.7% Hispanic or Latino26.4% Non-Hispanic White3.3% Asian Indian alone11.5% Chinese alone39.0% Filipino alone7.7% Japanese alone37.2% Korean alone39.7% Vietnamese alone39.2% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

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33 3.1 Population by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnic group, 2000 Washington-Baltimore, DC-MD-VA-WV CMSA Total Population7,608,070 White alone4,795,361 Black or African American alone1,992,266 American Indian and Alaskan Native alone22,621 Asian alone399,773 Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone4,152 Some other race alone209,205 Two or more races184,692 Hispanic or Latino484,902 Non-Hispanic White4,572,610 Asian Indian alone88,211 Chinese alone77,513 Filipino alone47,642 Japanese alone12,852 Korean alone74,454 Vietnamese alone47,423 SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

34 3.2 Educational Attainment by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Bachelor’s Degree or above, People 25 Years and above] Washington-Baltimore, DC-MD-VA-WV CMSA Total Population37.1% White alone42.5% Black or African American alone21.2% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone25.4% Asian alone53.7% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone34.9% Some other race alone14.5% Two or more races34.3% Hispanic or Latino21.8% Non-Hispanic White43.0% Asian Indian alone71.5% Chinese alone62.8% Filipino alone53.9% Japanese alone62.6% Korean alone43.6% Vietnamese alone27.2% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

35 3.3 Employment by Sector by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Employed Civilian Population 16 Years and above] Washington-Baltimore, DC-MD-VA-WV CMSAPrivate Sector Government Sector Small Business Sector* Total Population72.1%22.5%5.4% White alone72.8%21.2%6.0% Black or African American alone66.6%30.0%3.4% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone71.6%24.0%4.4% Asian alone77.8%15.9%6.3% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone71.7%24.4%3.9% Some other race alone85.8%9.0%5.3% Two or more races76.6%17.7%5.7% Hispanic or Latino82.3%12.1%5.6% Non-Hispanic White72.5%21.5%6.0% Asian Indian alone81.8%14.3%3.8% Chinese alone74.3%21.3%4.4% Filipino alone80.1%14.9%4.9% Japanese alone67.5%27.2%5.3% Korean alone72.1%13.8%14.2% Vietnamese alone81.5%13.3%5.3% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003 *Small Business Sector consists of those self-employed in non-incorporated companies or using unpaid family labor.

36 3.4 Median Household Income($) by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Households] Washington-Baltimore, DC-MD-VA-WV CMSA Total Population57,291 White alone64,916 Black or African American alone40,971 American Indian and Alaskan Native alone54,095 Asian alone60,846 Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone55,577 Some other race alone46,836 Two or more races47,985 Hispanic or Latino48,931 Non-Hispanic White65,357 Asian Indian alone72,108 Chinese alone62,486 Filipino alone65,585 Japanese alone55,957 Korean alone50,027 Vietnamese alone60,072 SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

37 3.5 Per Capita Income($) by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Total Population] Washington-Baltimore, DC-MD-VA-WV CMSA Total Population28,175 White alone33,179 Black or African American alone19,463 American Indian and Alaskan Native alone24,052 Asian alone24,553 Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone22,391 Some other race alone14,206 Two or more races17,229 Hispanic or Latino16,673 Non-Hispanic White33,831 Asian Indian alone30,022 Chinese alone27,654 Filipino alone24,466 Japanese alone33,795 Korean alone20,447 Vietnamese alone20,321 SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

38 3.6 Unemployment Rate by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Labor Force Population 16 Years and older] Washington-Baltimore, DC-MD-VA-WV CMSA Total Population4.4% White alone2.9% Black or African American alone8.7% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone6.0% Asian alone3.5% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone3.8% Some other race alone6.3% Two or more races5.8% Hispanic or Latino5.8% Non-Hispanic White2.8% Asian Indian alone3.3% Chinese alone2.9% Filipino alone3.2% Japanese alone2.1% Korean alone3.8% Vietnamese alone3.1% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

39 3.7 Poverty Rate by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Population for which poverty was determined] Washington-Baltimore, DC-MD-VA-WV CMSA Total Population8.3% White alone4.8% Black or African American alone15.9% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone12.2% Asian alone8.5% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone7.3% Some other race alone13.4% Two or more races11.0% Hispanic or Latino12.5% Non-Hispanic White4.4% Asian Indian alone7.7% Chinese alone8.3% Filipino alone4.9% Japanese alone9.0% Korean alone11.1% Vietnamese alone7.5% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

40 3.8 Senior Poverty Rate by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Population 65 Years and older for which poverty was determined] Washington-Baltimore, DC-MD-VA-WV CMSA Total Population8.5% White alone5.6% Black or African American alone17.4% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone16.6% Asian alone15.0% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone6.4% Some other race alone17.5% Two or more races11.5% Hispanic or Latino13.6% Non-Hispanic White5.5% Asian Indian alone7.6% Chinese alone16.6% Filipino alone6.8% Japanese alone2.8% Korean alone30.6% Vietnamese alone16.2% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

41 3.9 Nativity by Age and Potential Voters by Hispanic category and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Total Population] Washington-Baltimore, DC-MD-VA-WV CMSA Hispanic/LatinoAsianAsian IndianChinese Under 18 years:145,96991,09020,06216,635 % Native:78.8%69.0%72.1%73.1% % Foreign born:21.2%31.0%27.9%26.9% 18 years and older:337,580302,86766,43459,961 % Native:24.9%11.4%9.8%13.8% % Foreign born:75.1%88.6%90.2%86.2% Foreign born:253,636268,26659,90851,700 % Naturalized26.9%52.8%44.3%54.5% % Not a citizen73.1%47.2%55.7%45.5% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003 FilipinoJapaneseKoreanVietnamese Under 18 years:9,7371,61118,25310,706 % Native:72.7%47.0%61.3%70.9% % Foreign born:27.3%53.0%38.7%29.1% 18 years and older:39,02611,35255,79935,035 % Native:15.9%30.0%7.5%4.3% % Foreign born:84.1%70.0%92.5%95.7% Foreign born:32,8047,94851,63533,513 % Naturalized57.5%26.5%56.0%67.1% % Not a citizen42.5%73.5%44.0%32.9%

42 English Speaking Ability for Foreign Born Population by Race, 2000 – [Foreign Born Population 5 Years and older] Washington-Baltimore, DC-MD-VA-WV CMSA Total PopulationWhite aloneBlack aloneAIAN* alone Foreign Born:967,869329,758144,5012,394 Speaks only English:183,54877,71260, % Speaks only English:19.0%23.6%41.6%20.4% Speaks other than English:784,321252,04684,3811,906 % Speaks other than English:81.0%76.4%58.4%79.6% Asian aloneNHOPI* alone Some other race alone Two or more races Foreign Born:292, ,63665,194 Speaks only English:28, ,4909,620 % Speaks only English:9.9%23.0%4.9%14.8% Speaks other than English:263, ,14655,574 % Speaks other than English:90.1%77.0%95.1%85.2% *AIAN = American Indian and Alaskan Native NHOPI = Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

43 English Speaking Ability for Foreign Born Population by Hispanic category and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Foreign Born Population 5 Years and older] Washington-Baltimore, DC-MD-VA-WV CMSA Hispanic/LatinoAsian Indian aloneChinese aloneFilipino alone Foreign Born: 280,79464,54755,25835,273 Speaks only English: 13,8318,4843,6204,641 % Speaks only English: 4.9%13.1%6.6%13.2% Speaks other than English: 266,96356,06351,63830,632 % Speaks other than English: 95.1%86.9%93.4%86.8% % Speaks Asian and Pacific Island (or Spanish) language and English well: 57.3%95.1%75.5%95.5% % Speaks Asian and Pacific Island (or Spanish) language and English not well: 42.7%4.9%24.5%4.5% Japanese aloneKorean aloneVietnamese alone Foreign Born: 8,51757,85336,346 Speaks only English: 1,1356,5701,769 % Speaks only English: 13.3%11.4%4.9% Speaks other than English: 7,38251,28334,577 % Speaks other than English: 86.7%88.6%95.1% % Speaks Asian and Pacific Island (or Spanish) language and English well: 79.7%65.0%69.0% % Speaks Asian and Pacific Island (or Spanish) language and English not well: 20.3%35.0%31.0% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

44 3.11 Percent of Population in Linguistically Isolated Households by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Population 5 Years and older] Washington-Baltimore, DC-MD-VA-WV CMSA Total Population3.7% White alone1.9% Black or African American alone1.0% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone5.3% Asian alone21.1% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone5.7% Some other race alone33.0% Two or more races10.2% Hispanic or Latino29.6% Non-Hispanic White0.7% Asian Indian alone7.7% Chinese alone28.1% Filipino alone7.2% Japanese alone21.2% Korean alone32.0% Vietnamese alone36.6% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

45 Section 4. San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, CA CMSA

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47 4.1 Population by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnic group, 2000 San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, CA CMSA Total Population7,039,362 White alone4,133,618 Black or African American alone513,561 American Indian and Alaskan Native alone45,990 Asian alone1,298,638 Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone36,699 Some other race alone665,395 Two or more races345,461 Hispanic or Latino1,383,661 Non-Hispanic White3,559,668 Asian Indian alone144,231 Chinese alone470,705 Filipino alone323,605 Japanese alone76,402 Korean alone57,386 Vietnamese alone146,613 SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

48 4.2 Educational Attainment by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Bachelor’s Degree or above, People 25 Years and above] San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, CA CMSA Total Population37.3% White alone41.0% Black or African American alone19.2% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone16.9% Asian alone45.1% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone 13.8% Some other race alone9.4% Two or more races27.5% Hispanic or Latino12.4% Non-Hispanic White44.1% Asian Indian alone72.9% Chinese alone45.5% Filipino alone40.6% Japanese alone50.6% Korean alone52.2% Vietnamese alone22.3% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

49 4.3 Employment by Sector by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Employed Civilian Population 16 Years and above] San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, CA CMSAPrivate Sector Government Sector Small Business Sector* Total Population78.8%12.7%8.5% White alone76.8%12.9%10.3% Black or African American alone72.8%22.6%4.6% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone80.3%13.5%6.2% Asian alone83.5%10.8%5.8% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone 82.8%10.9%6.4% Some other race alone86.2%8.7%5.2% Two or more races81.5%11.3%7.2% Hispanic or Latino84.4%9.9%5.7% Non-Hispanic White76.1%13.1%10.8% Asian Indian alone90.1%5.5%4.4% Chinese alone83.3%10.4%6.2% Filipino alone82.1%14.9%3.0% Japanese alone76.6%13.7%9.7% Korean alone77.1%8.4%14.5% Vietnamese alone86.7%6.7%6.6% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003 *Small Business Sector consists of those self-employed in non-incorporated companies or using unpaid family labor.

50 4.4 Median Household Income($) by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Households] San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, CA CMSA Total Population62,024 White alone65,645 Black or African American alone40,187 American Indian and Alaskan Native alone48,747 Asian alone68,889 Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone58,128 Some other race alone49,892 Two or more races52,578 Hispanic or Latino50,660 Non-Hispanic White67,257 Asian Indian alone84,493 Chinese alone66,266 Filipino alone72,815 Japanese alone65,292 Korean alone53,115 Vietnamese alone60,039 SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

51 4.5 Per Capita Income($) by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Total Population] San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, CA CMSA Total Population30,769 White alone37,431 Black or African American alone20,359 American Indian and Alaskan Native alone20,120 Asian alone26,601 Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone17,349 Some other race alone13,978 Two or more races18,112 Hispanic or Latino15,442 Non-Hispanic White40,641 Asian Indian alone35,370 Chinese alone28,743 Filipino alone22,369 Japanese alone38,451 Korean alone25,608 Vietnamese alone18,907 SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

52 4.6 Unemployment Rate by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Labor Force Population 16 Years and older] San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, CA CMSA Total Population4.5% White alone3.7% Black or African American alone10.0% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone7.2% Asian alone3.9% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone7.5% Some other race alone7.1% Two or more races6.1% Hispanic or Latino6.9% Non-Hispanic White3.3% Asian Indian alone3.3% Chinese alone3.3% Filipino alone4.4% Japanese alone2.7% Korean alone4.0% Vietnamese alone4.9% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

53 4.7 Poverty Rate by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Population for which poverty was determined] San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, CA CMSA Total Population8.7% White alone6.5% Black or African American alone18.6% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone13.3% Asian alone8.6% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone10.8% Some other race alone14.4% Two or more races10.3% Hispanic or Latino13.5% Non-Hispanic White5.4% Asian Indian alone6.6% Chinese alone8.7% Filipino alone4.6% Japanese alone7.4% Korean alone12.5% Vietnamese alone14.8% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

54 4.8 Senior Poverty Rate by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Population 65 Years and older for which poverty was determined] San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, CA CMSA Total Population6.9% White alone5.4% Black or African American alone14.3% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone13.9% Asian alone9.8% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone11.0% Some other race alone11.2% Two or more races10.1% Hispanic or Latino10.2% Non-Hispanic White5.1% Asian Indian alone6.6% Chinese alone11.9% Filipino alone7.7% Japanese alone5.6% Korean alone14.6% Vietnamese alone9.0% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

55 4.9 Nativity by Age and Potential Voters by Hispanic category and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Total Population] San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, CA CMSA Hispanic/LatinoAsianAsian IndianChinese Under 18 years:459,805290,71033,38996,709 % Native:84.0%79.3%72.3%83.0% % Foreign born:16.0%20.7%27.7%17.0% 18 years and older:924,7011,005,852107,900376,437 % Native:41.0%18.7%7.2%19.4% % Foreign born:59.0%81.3%92.8%80.6% Foreign born:545,856817,873100,100303,413 % Naturalized28.5%58.4%31.6%63.9% % Not a citizen71.5%41.6%68.4%36.1% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003 FilipinoJapaneseKoreanVietnamese Under 18 years:74,8768,98711,90338,143 % Native:80.3%73.7%70.5%75.1% % Foreign born:19.7%26.3%29.5%24.9% 18 years and older:250,88366,32644,199106,091 % Native:18.9%60.9%12.4%4.4% % Foreign born:81.1%39.1%87.6%95.6% Foreign born:203,53525,94138,718101,406 % Naturalized67.0%25.8%53.1%63.9% % Not a citizen33.0%74.2%46.9%36.1%

56 English Speaking Ability for Foreign Born Population by Race, 2000 – [Foreign Born Population 5 Years and older] San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, CA CMSA Total PopulationWhite aloneBlack aloneAIAN* alone Foreign Born:1,879,594543,66824,6266,456 Speaks only English:232,802133,7757, % Speaks only English:12.4%24.6%29.1%9.0% Speaks other than English:1,646,792409,89317,4545,876 % Speaks other than English:87.6%75.4%70.9%91.0% Asian aloneNHOPI* alone Some other race alone Two or more races Foreign Born:869,76910,800334,92589,350 Speaks only English:63,9791,01515,88410,397 % Speaks only English:7.4%9.4%4.7%11.6% Speaks other than English:805,7909,785319,04178,953 % Speaks other than English:92.6%90.6%95.3%88.4% *AIAN = American Indian and Alaskan Native NHOPI = Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

57 English Speaking Ability for Foreign Born Population by Hispanic category and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Foreign Born Population 5 Years and older] San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, CA CMSA Hispanic/LatinoAsian Indian aloneChinese aloneFilipino alone Foreign Born: 609,111107,054317,578216,811 Speaks only English: 32,0229,57817,27520,887 % Speaks only English: 5.3%8.9%5.4%9.6% Speaks other than English: 577,08997,476300,303195,924 % Speaks other than English: 94.7%91.1%94.6%90.4% % Speaks Asian and Pacific Island (or Spanish) language and English well: 54.5%96.9%63.3%92.1% % Speaks Asian and Pacific Island (or Spanish) language and English not well: 45.5%3.1%36.7%7.9% Japanese aloneKorean aloneVietnamese alone Foreign Born: 27,66741,817110,255 Speaks only English: 3,1544,9644,315 % Speaks only English: 11.4%11.9%3.9% Speaks other than English: 24,51336,853105,940 % Speaks other than English: 88.6%88.1%96.1% % Speaks Asian and Pacific Island (or Spanish) language and English well: 76.5%69.0%64.7% % Speaks Asian and Pacific Island (or Spanish) language and English not well: 23.5%31.0%35.3% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

58 4.11 Percent of Population in Linguistically Isolated Households by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Population 5 Years and older] San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, CA CMSA Total Population9.4% White alone4.2% Black or African American alone0.9% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone8.0% Asian alone23.0% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone5.3% Some other race alone23.8% Two or more races8.3% Hispanic or Latino22.2% Non-Hispanic White1.4% Asian Indian alone8.5% Chinese alone32.2% Filipino alone9.2% Japanese alone15.8% Korean alone29.3% Vietnamese alone40.9% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

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61 5.1 Population by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnic group, 2000 Chicago-Gary-Kenosha, IL-IN-WI CMSA Total Population9,157,540 White alone6,121,667 Black or African American alone1,707,618 American Indian and Alaskan Native alone24,364 Asian alone388,821 Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone3,834 Some other race alone708,993 Two or more races202,243 Hispanic or Latino1,498,507 Non-Hispanic White5,435,440 Asian Indian alone116,868 Chinese alone68,879 Filipino alone82,836 Japanese alone17,970 Korean alone46,256 Vietnamese alone16,281 SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

62 5.2 Educational Attainment by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Bachelor’s Degree or above, People 25 Years and above] Chicago-Gary-Kenosha, IL-IN-WI CMSA Total Population28.9% White alone32.4% Black or African American alone15.2% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone13.9% Asian alone57.4% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone22.0% Some other race alone6.7% Two or more races22.7% Hispanic or Latino8.9% Non-Hispanic White34.4% Asian Indian alone65.0% Chinese alone55.9% Filipino alone63.1% Japanese alone50.2% Korean alone51.8% Vietnamese alone23.7% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

63 5.3 Employment by Sector by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Employed Civilian Population 16 Years and above] Chicago-Gary-Kenosha, IL-IN-WI CMSAPrivate Sector Government Sector Small Business Sector* Total Population83.7%11.5%4.7% White alone84.5%10.3%5.2% Black or African American alone75.1%21.6%3.3% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone84.4%11.3%4.3% Asian alone86.2%8.6%5.2% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone 88.0%7.5%4.5% Some other race alone90.9%6.6%2.5% Two or more races86.3%8.9%4.8% Hispanic or Latino90.2%7.3%2.5% Non-Hispanic White84.0%10.5%5.4% Asian Indian alone88.1%8.7%3.3% Chinese alone88.3%7.5%4.2% Filipino alone86.8%10.0%3.2% Japanese alone85.9%9.9%4.2% Korean alone76.9%7.6%15.5% Vietnamese alone91.2%3.6%5.2% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003 *Small Business Sector consists of those self-employed in non-incorporated companies or using unpaid family labor.

64 5.4 Median Household Income($) by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Households] Chicago-Gary-Kenosha, IL-IN-WI CMSA Total Population51,046 White alone56,695 Black or African American alone32,853 American Indian and Alaskan Native alone43,775 Asian alone59,376 Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone42,045 Some other race alone40,561 Two or more races40,908 Hispanic or Latino41,445 Non-Hispanic White58,131 Asian Indian alone65,546 Chinese alone52,683 Filipino alone68,066 Japanese alone56,576 Korean alone45,299 Vietnamese alone45,370 SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

65 5.5 Per Capita Income($) by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Total Population] Chicago-Gary-Kenosha, IL-IN-WI CMSA Total Population24,581 White alone29,043 Black or African American alone15,272 American Indian and Alaskan Native alone16,827 Asian alone24,594 Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone16,403 Some other race alone11,754 Two or more races14,387 Hispanic or Latino12,680 Non-Hispanic White30,973 Asian Indian alone26,076 Chinese alone25,094 Filipino alone25,656 Japanese alone34,774 Korean alone22,354 Vietnamese alone16,878 SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

66 5.6 Unemployment Rate by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Labor Force Population 16 Years and older] Chicago-Gary-Kenosha, IL-IN-WI CMSA Total Population6.2% White alone4.1% Black or African American alone15.2% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone10.5% Asian alone4.6% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone8.8% Some other race alone8.7% Two or more races7.6% Hispanic or Latino8.4% Non-Hispanic White3.7% Asian Indian alone5.5% Chinese alone4.4% Filipino alone3.4% Japanese alone3.0% Korean alone4.8% Vietnamese alone4.0% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

67 5.7 Poverty Rate by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Population for which poverty was determined] Chicago-Gary-Kenosha, IL-IN-WI CMSA Total Population10.5% White alone5.7% Black or African American alone24.8% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone17.8% Asian alone8.8% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone15.9% Some other race alone17.5% Two or more races14.4% Hispanic or Latino16.2% Non-Hispanic White4.5% Asian Indian alone6.9% Chinese alone11.8% Filipino alone3.8% Japanese alone7.6% Korean alone12.6% Vietnamese alone14.5% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

68 5.8 Senior Poverty Rate by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Population 65 Years and older for which poverty was determined] Chicago-Gary-Kenosha, IL-IN-WI CMSA Total Population8.5% White alone5.9% Black or African American alone19.6% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone15.2% Asian alone15.6% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone9.6% Some other race alone17.1% Two or more races16.3% Hispanic or Latino14.1% Non-Hispanic White5.7% Asian Indian alone3.0% Chinese alone23.2% Filipino alone6.4% Japanese alone6.5% Korean alone43.0% Vietnamese alone23.1% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

69 5.9 Nativity by Age and Potential Voters by Hispanic category and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Total Population] Chicago-Gary-Kenosha, IL-IN-WI CMSA Hispanic/LatinoAsianAsian IndianChinese Under 18 years:538,55891,71229,36515,505 % Native:84.1%72.8%74.3%72.3% % Foreign born:15.9%27.2%25.7%27.7% 18 years and older:959,274297,69186,13654,157 % Native:37.3%13.8%9.8%14.7% % Foreign born:62.7%86.2%90.2%85.3% Foreign born:601,025256,66777,70046,196 % Naturalized29.2%51.8%43.7%53.2% % Not a citizen70.8%48.2%56.3%46.8% FilipinoJapaneseKoreanVietnamese Under 18 years:17,2542,70010,5214,360 % Native:78.7%55.1%66.1%69.4% % Foreign born:21.3%44.9%33.9%30.6% 18 years and older:65,68215,96636,18411,664 % Native:14.5%44.8%11.4%5.2% % Foreign born:85.5%55.2%88.6%94.8% Foreign born:56,1488,82032,05611,058 % Naturalized63.1%17.0%59.1%59.3% % Not a citizen36.9%83.0%40.9%40.7% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

70 English Speaking Ability for Foreign Born Population by Race, 2000 – [Foreign Born Population 5 Years and older] Chicago-Gary-Kenosha, IL-IN-WI CMSA Total PopulationWhite aloneBlack aloneAIAN* alone Foreign Born:1,448,731725,76435,2434,933 Speaks only English:157,95798,65314, % Speaks only English:10.9%13.6%40.3%11.7% Speaks other than English:1,290,774627,11121,0404,356 % Speaks other than English:89.1%86.4%59.7%88.3% Asian aloneNHOPI* alone Some other race alone Two or more races Foreign Born:278, ,78964,974 Speaks only English:22, ,1465,753 % Speaks only English:8.1%16.0%4.8%8.9% Speaks other than English:255, ,64359,221 % Speaks other than English:91.9%84.0%95.2%91.1% *AIAN = American Indian and Alaskan Native NHOPI = Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

71 English Speaking Ability for Foreign Born Population by Hispanic category and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Foreign Born Population 5 Years and older] Chicago-Gary-Kenosha, IL-IN-WI CMSA Hispanic/LatinoAsian Indian aloneChinese aloneFilipino alone Foreign Born: 675,58484,27349,51559,555 Speaks only English: 33,0376,3812,7106,182 % Speaks only English: 4.9%7.6%5.5%10.4% Speaks other than English: 642,54777,89246,80553,373 % Speaks other than English: 95.1%92.4%94.5%89.6% % Speaks Asian and Pacific Island (or Spanish) language and English well: 51.5%94.3%70.7%95.3% % Speaks Asian and Pacific Island (or Spanish) language and English not well: 48.5%5.7%29.3%4.7% Japanese aloneKorean aloneVietnamese alone Foreign Born: 9,80935,16312,274 Speaks only English: 9223, % Speaks only English: 9.4%11.0%5.8% Speaks other than English: 8,88731,30811,564 % Speaks other than English: 90.6%89.0%94.2% % Speaks Asian and Pacific Island (or Spanish) language and English well: 71.5%65.9%67.1% % Speaks Asian and Pacific Island (or Spanish) language and English not well: 28.5%34.1%32.9% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003

72 5.11 Percent of Population in Linguistically Isolated Households by Race, Hispanic category, and Asian ethnicity, 2000 – [Population 5 Years and older] Chicago-Gary-Kenosha, IL-IN-WI CMSA Total Population6.9% White alone5.3% Black or African American alone0.5% American Indian and Alaskan Native alone10.0% Asian alone19.6% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone 10.7% Some other race alone27.2% Two or more races14.6% Hispanic or Latino27.5% Non-Hispanic White2.5% Asian Indian alone11.5% Chinese alone32.2% Filipino alone7.2% Japanese alone26.6% Korean alone33.6% Vietnamese alone43.5% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 PRODUCED by Eui-Young Yu and Peter Choe, Korean American Coalition – Census Information Center 2003


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