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Population Summary Report
10/20/2001 Draft Plan -- Tarboro, NC
Web site for Tarboro redistricting maps
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Population Adjusted for Keelin Trailer Park -- Block 1029:
District Population Deviation % Deviation Black % Black 18+_Pop 18+_Hispanic  % 18+_Hispanic  NH18+__DOJ_Blk % NH18+__DOJ_Blk 18+_DOJ_Minority % 18+_DOJ_Minority
1 1404 46 3.4% 457 32.5% 1030 261 25.4% 299 29.0% 562 54.6%
2 1309 -49 -3.6% 270 20.6% 975 3 0.3% 185 18.9% 201 20.6%
3 1311 -47 -3.4% 246 18.7% 1087 13 1.2% 184 16.9% 200 18.4%
4 1418 60 4.4% 827 58.3% 1075 9 0.9% 567 52.7% 583 54.2%
5 1348 -10 -0.7% 281 20.8% 1094 21 1.9% 234 21.4% 264 24.1%
6 1316 -42 -3.1% 833 63.3% 1027 24 2.4% 611 59.5% 642 62.5%
7 1341 -17 -1.2% 875 65.2% 940 24 2.6% 582 61.9% 608 64.7%
8 1418 60 4.4% 351 24.7% 1069 79 7.4% 239 22.3% 324 30.3%
Total 10867 8.0% 4137 38.07% 8296 435 5.2% 2899 34.9% 3385 40.8%
Majority-minority  
Assumptions used in determining population: (per City of Tarboro's May 18, 2001 submission to the Department of Justice)
__(1)  Of the 679 people who were living in temporary homes at Keelin trailer park at the time of the 2000 census, approximately 500 listed the trailer park as their place of residence.
__(2)  The total town population has been reduced by about 270 as a result of Keelin trailer park residents relocating to Princeville or other localities outside Tarboro.
__(3)  Of the approximately 500 people who listed Keelin as their residence at the time of the census about 230 remained in Tarboro but in different places within the town.
__(4)  The 230 Keelin residents who remained in Tarboro relocated evenly across the 8 wards, adding about 29 people to each ward.
__(5)The racial make-up of those from Keelin who left Tarboro and those who stayed was the same as the racial make-up of the 500 people who identified Keelin as their residence, i.e., about 6% were white and 94% black
Block 1029 505 477 94.5% 291 3 1.03% 272 93.47% 278 95.53%
Tarboro Portion 234 221 94.5% 135 1 1.03% 126 93.47% 128.575 95.53%
of Block 1029 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] 
http://www.usdoj.gov/crt/voting/sec_5/fedregvoting.htm