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Population Summary Report
All-for-One Plan -- Pike County
1/22/2002
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NH18+__DOJ_Black %NH18+_DOJ_Black
District Pop. Dev. % Dev. Black % Black White % White Other %Other 18+_Pop 18+_Black % 18+_Black 18+_White % 18+_White 18+_Other % 18+_Other
1 7463 -325 -4.2% 5200 69.7% 2175 29.1% 88 1.2% 5089 3309 65.0% 1724 33.9% 56 1.1% 3304 64.9%
2 7663 -125 -1.6% 5121 66.8% 2457 32.1% 85 1.1% 5451 3456 63.4% 1947 35.7% 48 0.9% 3432 63.0%
3 7782 -6 -0.1% 3552 45.6% 4126 53.0% 104 1.3% 5559 2366 42.6% 3127 56.3% 66 1.2% 2363 42.5%
4 8086 298 3.8% 1726 21.3% 6237 77.1% 123 1.5% 6299 1315 20.9% 4899 77.8% 85 1.3% 1313 20.8%
5 7946 158 2.0% 2908 36.6% 4960 62.4% 78 1.0% 5756 1885 32.7% 3824 66.4% 47 0.8% 1878 32.6%
Total 38940 18507 47.5% 19955 51.2% 478 #DIV/0! 28154 12331 43.8% 15521 55.13% 302 1.07% 12290 43.7%
Deviation 8.00%
Note: the term "NH_DOJ" refers to the Non-Hispanic Department of Justice racial classification. The Department of Justice allocates any multiple-race census response that included white and one of the five other race categories  to the minority race listed in the  response. The DOJ minority population figures include persons who identified themselves  as  (1) a single-race minority, (2) white plus one other race, (3) multiple-race (where more than one  minority race is listed), or (4) Hispanic.This definition is in accordance with Department of Justice policy pursuant to Part II of OMB Bulletin 00-02. (Source:  [Federal Register: January 18, 2001 (Volume 66, Number 12)] [Notices] [Page 5411-5414]  From the Federal Register Online via GPO Access [wais.access.gpo.gov] [DOCID:fr18ja01-171] 
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