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According to the town's demographic profile United States Census Bureau, there were 21, 011 households in the town, 53. 6 % of which had children under the age of 18 living with them, 75. 2 % were married couples living together, 7. 8 had a female householder with no husband present, and 13. 9 % were non-families.
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According to this legend, the town's name Kielce commemorates the mysterious tusks ( kieł in Polish ).
According to area legend, Soldier Creek ( which is an outlet of the Kansas River from which the town's name was derived ) was first named in the early 1850s when government surveyors were moving through the territory plotting out the 39th parallel and they found two army soldiers camped along the local creek.
According to the town's 2010 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, the top employers in the city are:
According to the town's property ownership records ( available from the town clerk at town hall, 741 Dalton Road, Dalton, NH ), the town's largest landowner, together with family members, owns in excess of of land.
According to Worcester, about the year 1775, town records started appearing with the town's name spelled as " Hollis " ( after Thomas Hollis ), and both names were used until about 1815, after which, only the name " Hollis " appears "... while Holles, the name of the Duke of Newcastle, has passed into merited oblivion.
According to the 2000 Census, the town's population is well diversified by age with the majority of residents ( 36. 4 %) between the ages of 45 and 64 ( see chart below ).
According to local historians, the town's original name was " Verbeck " as designated by the railroad company.
According to the town's history, Linesville was settled by Amos Line, who was born in Scotch Plains, New Jersey.
According to the Handbook of Texas, in 1844 the community was named after the North Carolina birthplace of a prominent citizen of the time, who had surveyed the community, named its streets, and donated lots for the Fayetteville Academy and the town's multidenominational Union Church.
According to the 1990 census, the town's population was 444, and, the census estimates the population at 388.
According to a 1945 census, the town's population was 3, 710, and the village lands comprised a total land area of 60, 585 dunums of which nearly half was cultivable.
According to some researchers, the town's mineral water is the 3rd best in Europe, primarily due to the natural selenium it contains.
According to the Canada 2001 Census, the town's population was 7, 493, of whom 50. 96 % were male and 49. 03 % were female.
According to legend, the Hairy Tree was planted by Sawney Bean's eldest daughter in the town's Dalrymple Street.
According to his wife, he owned and operated the only two story building in town, Earp Hall, a saloon and meeting hall used for public gatherings and even the town's church services.
According to local legend, the town was on a busy stage coach stop between Dayton and Cincinnati along the Dixie highway, but kept being passed by because most stage coach drivers were illiterate and could not read the sign with the town's name on it.
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According to the Peterson Institute for International Economics and other proponents of demographic structural approach ( cliodynamics ), the basic problem Egypt has is unemployment driven by a demographic youth bulge: with the number of new people entering the job force at about 4 % a year, unemployment in Egypt is almost 10 times as high for college graduates as it is for people who have gone through elementary school, particularly educated urban youth, who are precisely those people that were seen out in the streets during 2011 Egyptian revolution.
According to Klein, in response to an economic crash in the 1980s ( Latin American debt crisis, Black Monday ( 1987 ), Savings and loan crisis Japanese asset price bubble ), corporations began to seriously rethink their approach to marketing, and began to target the youth demographic, as opposed to the baby boomers, who had previously been considered a much more valuable segment.
According to John Iliffe, " Portuguese records of Angola from the 16th century show that a great famine occurred on average every seventy years ; accompanied by epidemic disease, it might kill one-third or one-half of the population, destroying the demographic growth of a generation and forcing colonists back into the river valleys.
According to an article in The New York Times: " What the Tony broadcast does have, say CBS officials, is an all-important demographic: rich and smart.
According to responses provided by Chiloquin residents who participated in the census, the demographic makeup of the city was:
This creates a broad approach on marketing towards that certain demographic, which is why the X Games marketing and economic outlook is so “ out of the box .” According to EXPN ( 2008 ); The Winter X Games inaugural year, 1997, was televised to 198 countries and 38, 000 spectators attended the four day event.
According to Ben Kiernan ; demographic evidence indicates a toll of about 170, 000 deaths caused by all sides from 1975 to 1980, a sum that represents a quarter of the population ( Kiernan concludes that it was proportionately comparable to the murder of — by his count — 1. 8 million people by the Communist Pol Pot regime in Cambodia from 1975 to 1979 ).
According to Samuel P. Huntington, white nationalists argue that the demographic shift in the United States towards non-whites brings a new culture that is intellectually and morally inferior.
According to the Civil Rights Project at Harvard University, the desegregation of U. S. public schools peaked in 1988 ; since then, schools have become more segregated because of changes in demographic residential patterns with continuing growth in suburbs and new communities.
According to their demographic ratio, in a descending order, they could be presented as: Tigrinya ( 55 %), Tigre ( 30 %), Saho ( 4 %), Kunama ( 2 %), Bilen ( 2 %), Afar ( 2 %), Hedareb ( 2 %) and Nara ( 1 %).
According to market research survey in April 2001, over 70 % of Caijing's demographic are professionals that have a final say in the decisions made within their companies ' operations.
According to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development's 2008 Annual Homeless Assessment Report, the most common demographic features of all sheltered homeless people are: male, members of minority groups, older than age 31, and alone.
According to some surveys, a majority of citizens still identify with Christianity, although regular church attendance has fallen dramatically since the middle of the 20th century, and immigration and demographic change have contributed to the growth of other faiths.
According to a theory developed by Pavle Ingorokva in 1950s and some other Georgian scholars, at that time a number of the North Caucasian pagan Abaza tribes migrated from the North Caucasus mountains and blended with the local ethnic elements, significantly changing the region's demographic situation.
According to data from 2006, from Fundação de Economia e Estatística-FEE, life expectancy at birth is of 74. 01 years and the demographic density of the municipality is 145. 4 inhab / km².
According to the local Nielsen ratings for the May 2011 sweeps period, the 10 p. m. newscast was in second place with total viewers and adults 25-54, seeing gains in both demos ; the morning newscast placed in a distant fourth with 25-to 54-year-olds, and also ranked fourth ( separated by only approximately 9, 000 viewers, behind WFAA ) in total viewership, though it lost viewers in both demos for morning news like WFAA and KXAS ( Fox station KDFW, meanwhile, made gains in both total viewers and the adults 25-54 demographic for its morning newscasts ).
According to Nielsen Media Research, the episode received a 5. 9 rating, meaning it was seen by 5. 9 % of the population in said demographic.
According to a demographic study in 2012, 86 % of Relevant's subscribers are between the ages 18 and 39 ( the average subscriber's age is 27 ).
According to the 2006 census, Bryndwr has a more multicultural demographic than the average for the Canterbury region, with slightly higher percentages of Asian, Middle eastern, and Pacific ethnicity, a higher proportion of people born overseas, and of those who speak a second language.