Persons of Spanish origin in the United States: Advance report

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U.S. Department of Commerce, Social and Economic Statistics Administration, Bureau of the Census, 1976
 

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Page 3 - Money Income and Poverty Status of Families and Persons in the United States: 1975 and 1974 Revisions (Advance Report) (Series P-60, no.
Page 3 - Rounding. The numbers in this report are in thousands. The figures may differ slightly from table to table since individual numbers were rounded to the nearest thousand without being adjusted to group totals. Similarly, individual percentages were rounded and parts may not always add to 100 percent. Ethnic origin. "Ethnic origin...
Page 3 - Spanish origin are persons who reported themselves as Mexican American, Chicano, Mexican, Mexicano, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central or South American, or other Spanish origin.
Page 3 - What is your origin or descent? 01 German 10 Mexican-American 02 Italian 11 Chicano 03 Irish 12 Mexican 04 French 13 Mexicano 05 Polish 14 Puerto Rican 06 Russian 15 Cuban 07 English 16 Central or South American 08 Scottish 17 Other Spanish 09 Welsh 20 Negro 21 Black OR 30 Another group not listed FORM CPS-597 М-Э-74) US DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC STATISTICS ADMIN.
Page 1 - The standard error is primarily a measure of sampling variability, that is, of the variations that occur by chance because a sample rather than the whole of the population is surveyed.
Page 10 - OF PERSONS OF SPANISH ORIGIN 14 YEARS OLD AND OVER BY TYPE OF SPANISH ORIGIN AND SEX, FOR THE UNITED STATES: MARCH 1976 - Represents zero or rounds to zero.
Page 1 - Spanish origin, that is, persons of Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central or South American, and other Spanish origin.
Page 4 - Total and Spanish origin population, by age and type of Spanish origin (for the United States, March...
Page 1 - This report provides a statistical description of the social , economic, and demographic characteristics of persons of Spanish origin in the United States. The information presented is compiled from data collected in the March 1976 Current Population Survey (CPS).

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