Households

Some articles on households:

Valparaiso, Indiana - Demographics
90.7% of the population lived in households ... There were 12,610 households with 56.4% of them being family households ... of the census of 2000, there were 27,428 people, 10,867 households, and 6,368 families residing in the city ...
Inheritance and Race
... characteristics between black and white households ... the size of inheritances." Based on samples of households in 1976 and 1989, researchers found that white households are at least twice as likely to receive an inheritance (than black households) ... White households are almost three times as likely to expect to receive an inheritance in the future ...
3 (The X-Files) - Broadcast and Reception
... meaning that roughly 9.4 percent of all television-equipped households, and 16 percent of households watching television, were tuned in to the episode ... It was viewed by 9 million households ...
Roosevelt Island - Demographics
55% of the total households were family households, and 45% were non-family households. 36% of the households were one-person households, and 9% were two or more non-family households. 3% were male-based households with related and unrelated children, and 16% were female-based households with related and unrelated children ...
Van Buren, Arkansas - Demographics
... As of the census of 2000, there were 18,986 people, 6,947 households, and 5,182 families residing in the city ... There are 6,947 households, of which 40.4% have children under the age of 18 living with them, 56.2% were married couples living together, 14.7% had a female householder ... Of 6,947 households, 362 are unmarried partner households 304 heterosexual, 12 same-sex male, and 46 same-sex female households ...

Famous quotes containing the word households:

    Establishing limits, structure, rules, and expectations takes self-confidence on the part of parents. Parents need to recognize that they are the legitimate authority figures in their households and feel secure in that role.
    Karen Levine (20th century)