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1960 Census: Population and Characteristics for Puerto Rico
Comparable statistics for 1950 and earlier censuses are shown in some of the 17 tables.


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1960 Census: Pop for Guam, Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Canal Zone
There were 53.0 million households in the U.S. in 1960, 11 million more than in 1950. Children under 18 years of age were 34.2% of the household members.


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1960 Census: Household Relationship of the U.S., by States
There were 53.0 million households in the U.S. in 1960, 11 million more than in 1950. Children under 18 years of age were 34.2% of the household members.


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1960 Census: Marital Status of the U.S., by States
A record 67.4% of persons 14 years and older were married in 1960 compared to 66.6% in 1950 and 59.6% in 1940.


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1960 Census: Age of the Population of the U.S. by States
For the first time in the recorded history of the U.S., the median age declined during an intercensal period, from 30.2 years in 1950 to 29.5 years in 1960.


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1960 Census: Race of the Population of the U.S. by States
The white population of the United States increased by 17.5 percent between 1950 and 1960, as compared with 26.7 percent for the nonwhite population.


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1960 Census: Population of Towns and Civil Divisions in N.E.
In the six New England States, the towns and other minor civil divisions are of greater governmental significance than in most of the other States.


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1960 Census: Population of Cities of 25,000 or More
In 1960, 676 cities had 25,000 inhabitants or more, up from 481 in 1950. These cities had a combined population of 76.0 million, or 42% of the total.


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1960 Census: Population of Cities of 10,000 or More
The population of four cities--Long Beach, Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York--are by assembly districts. Cities not divided into wards are excluded.


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1960 Census: Rank of Cities of 100,000 or More
In 1960, 130 cities had 100,000 inhabitants or more, up from 106 in 1950. The proportion of people living in cities this size declined from 29.3% to 28.3%.


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1960 Census: Population of Urbanized Areas: 1960 and 1950
Individual urbanized areas have proved to be useful statistical areas. Table 22 shows the population and land area of urbanized areas.


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1960 Census: Urban and Rural Population of the U.S.
The population not classified as urban - persons living in places of 2,500 or more, the densely settled urban fringe, etc. - constitutes the rural population.


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1960 Census: Population of the U.S. and Outlying Areas
Outlying areas include Puerto Rico and outlying areas of U.S. sovereignty or jurisdiction, together with members of the Armed Forces and other Americans abroad.


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1960 Census of Population, Our Growing Population


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1960 Census – Population of Standard MSAs: 1960 and 1950
Stats on the 212 SMSA’s in the 50 States and the District of Columbia, and three in Puerto Rico. This report supersedes Preliminary Report PC(P3)-4).


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1960 Census of Population, General Population Characteristics.


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1960 Census of Housing, Housing Characteristics—States
This report presents selected housing characteristics for each standrad metropolitan statistical area (SMSA) and each place of 10,000 inhabitants or more.


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1960 Census: Population, Vol. I. Characteristics of the Population
Each part has 308 tables on number of inhabitants, general population characteristics, general social and economic characteristics and detailed characteristics.


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1960 Census: Series PHC(1). Census Tracts
This report presents statistics by census tracts on population and housing characteristics enumerated in the 1960 Censuses of Population and Housing.

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