Data Dictionary: Census 2000
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Survey: Census 2000
Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau
Table: PCT16. Group Quarters Population By Group Quarters Type [52]
Universe: Population in group quarters
Table Details
PCT16. Group Quarters Population By Group Quarters Type
Universe: Population in group quarters
Variable Label
PCT016001
PCT016002
PCT016003
PCT016004
PCT016005
PCT016006
PCT016007
PCT016008
PCT016009
PCT016010
PCT016011
PCT016012
PCT016013
PCT016014
PCT016015
PCT016016
PCT016017
PCT016018
PCT016019
PCT016020
PCT016021
PCT016022
PCT016023
PCT016024
PCT016025
PCT016026
PCT016027
PCT016028
PCT016029
PCT016030
PCT016031
PCT016032
PCT016033
PCT016034
PCT016035
PCT016036
PCT016037
PCT016038
PCT016039
PCT016040
PCT016041
PCT016042
PCT016043
PCT016044
PCT016045
PCT016046
PCT016047
PCT016048
PCT016049
PCT016050
PCT016051
PCT016052
Relevant Documentation:
Excerpt from: Social Explorer, U.S. Census Bureau; 2000 Census of Population and Housing, Summary File 1: Technical Documentation, 2001.
 
Group Quarters
A facility where people live that is not a typical household-type living arrangement. The Census Bureau classifies all individuals not living in households as living in group quarters. There are two types of group quarters institutional (for example, correctional facilities, nursing homes, and mental hospitals) and noninstitutional (for example, college dormitories, military bases and ships, hotels, motels, rooming houses, group homes, missions, shelters, and flophouses).