Planning - Profile Of General Demographic Characteristics: 2000

Planning - Profile Of General Demographic Characteristics: 2000

Geographic Area: Tampa City, Florida

SUBJECT 

NUMBER

PERCENT

        Total Population

303,447

100

SEX AND AGE

Male

148,050

48.8

Female

155,397

51.2

Under 5 years

20,528

6.8

5 to 9 years

21,843

7.2

10 to14 years

20,741

6.8

15 to 19 years

20,628

6.8

20 to 24 years

21,404

7.1

25 to 34 years

47,967

15.8

35 to 44 years

50,077

16.5

45 to 54 years

38,470

12.7

55 to 59 years

13,121

4.3

60 to 64 years

10,715

3.5

65 to 74 years

19,559

6.4

75 to 84 years

13,890

4.6

85 years and over

4,504

1.5

Median age (years)

34.7

(X)

18 years and over

228,681

75.4

   Male

109,666

36.1

   Female

119,015

39.2

21 years and over

215,345

71

62 years and over

44,189

14.6

65 years and over

37,953

12.5

   Male

14,989

4.9

   Female

22,964

7.6

RACE

One race

294,598

97.1

   White

194,871

64.2

   Black or African American

79,118

26.1

   American Indian and Alaska Native

1,155

0.4

   Asian

6,527

2.2

      Asian Indian

1,707

0.6

      Chinese

724

0.2

      Filipino

1,025

0.3

      Japanese

231

0.1

      Korean

612

0.2

      Vietnamese

1,512

0.5

      Other Asian1

716

0.2

   Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander

281

0.1

      Native Hawaiian

65

-

      Guamanian or Chamorro

45

-

       Samoan

44

-

     Other Pacific Islander2

127

-

   Some other race

12,646

4.2

Two or more races

8,849

2.9

Race alone or in combination with one or more races:3

White

201,268

66.3

Black or African American

82,470

27.2

American Indian and Alaska Native

2,723

0.9

Asian

8,165

2.7

Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander

640

0.2

Some other race

17,610

5.8

HISPANIC OR LATINO AND RACE

        Total Population

303,447

100

Hispanic or Latino (of any race)

58,522

19.3

   Mexican

6,272

2.1

   Puerto Rican

17,527

5.8

   Cuban

14,674

4.8

   Other Hispanic or Latino

20,049

6.6

   Not Hispanic or Latino

244,925

80.7

   White alone

154,872

51

RELATIONSHIP

        Total Population

303,447

100

In Households

294,529

97.1

    Householder

124,758

41.1

   Spouse

45,356

14.9

    Child

81,796

27

      Own child under 18 years

63,731

21

   Other relatives

20,417

6.7

      Under 18 years

8,858

2.9

   Nonrelatives

22,202

7.3

      Unmarried partner

9,130

3

In Group Quarters

8,918

2.9

   Institutionalized population

3,000

1

   Noninstitutionalized population

5,918

2

HOUSEHOLD BY TYPE

          Total Households

124,758

100

Family households (families)

71,220

57.1

      With own children under 18 years

34,448

27.6

   Married-couple family

45,356

36.4

       With own children under 18 years

19,718

15.8

   Female householder, no husband present

20,084

16.1

      With own children under 18 years

11,913

9.5

Nonfamily households

53,538

42.9

   Householder living alone

42,102

33.7

      Householder 65 years and over

12,722

10.2

Households with individuals under 18 years

39,272

31.5

Households with individuals 65 years and over

28,749

23

Average household size

2.36

(X)

Average family size

3.07

(X)

HOUSING OCCUPANCY

        Total Housing Units

135,776

100

Occupied housing units

124,758

91.9

Vacant housing units

11,018

8.1

   For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use

779

0.6

Homeowner vacancy rate (percent)

2.1

(X)

Rental vacancy rate (percent)

7.8

(X)

HOUSING TENURE

   Occupied Housing Units

124,758

100

Owner-occupied housing units

68,589

55

Renter-occupied housing units

56,169

45

Average household size of owner-occupied units

2.49

(X)

Average household size of renter-occupied units

2.2

(X)

- Represents zero or rounds.  (x) Not applicable.

1 Other Asian alone, or two or more Asian categories.

2Other Pacific Islander alone, or two or more Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander categories.

3 In combination with one or more of the other races listed. The six numbers may add to more than the total population and the six percentages may add to more than 100 percent because individuals may report more than one race.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000.