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Census Block 001402-3-024 in Marion County, Florida

Population77 (2010), see rank
House Units23, see rank
RaceWhites:57.1%, Hispanics:11.7%, Blacks:5.2%, Asians:23.4%, Others:14.3%
Total Area:0.23 sq mi
Water Area:0.00 sq mi (0.00%)
Area:Ocala, FL
County:Marion County
Census Tract:001402
Census Block Group:001402-3

Census Block 001402-3-024 Map, Border, and Nearby Locations

Population by Races

White:44 (57.14%, see rank)
Black:4 (5.19%, see rank)
Hispanic:9 (11.69%, see rank)
Asian:18 (23.38%, see rank)
Native (American Indian, Alaska Native, Hawaiian Native, etc.):0 (0.00%, see rank)
One Race, Other:5 (6.49%, see rank)
Two or More Races:6 (7.79%, see rank)

Population by Gender

Male: 38 (49.35%, see rank)
Females: 39 (50.65%, see rank)

Population by Age

Median Age: 32.8, see rank
Median Age, Male: 35.3, see rank
Median Age, Female: 25.5, see rank
 Census Block 001402-3-024% of the Total Population
Under 5 years33.90%, see rank
5 to 9 years79.09%, see rank
10 to 14 years810.39%, see rank
15 to 19 years1215.58%, see rank
20 to 24 years33.90%, see rank
25 to 34 years911.69%, see rank
35 to 44 years1418.18%, see rank
45 to 54 years1316.88%, see rank
55 to 64 years56.49%, see rank
65 to 74 years22.60%, see rank
75 to 84 11.30%, see rank
85 years and over00.00%, see rank

Household and Family

 Census Block 001402-3-024%
Total Households22100%
Average Household Size3.50, see rank-
1 Person Households29.09%, see rank
2 or More Person Households2090.91%, see rank
Family Households (Families)2090.91%, see rank
Average Family Size3.60, see rank-
Married-Couple Family1359.09%, see rank
Nonfamily Households29.09%, see rank

Housing Occupancy

 Census Block 001402-3-024%
Total Housing Units23100%
Occupied Housing Units2295.65%, see rank
Owner Occupied2086.96%, see rank
Owner Occupied with Mortgage1773.91%
Owner Occupied without Mortgage313.04%
Renter Occupied28.70%, see rank
Vacant Housing Units14.35%, see rank
For Rent00.00%, see rank
For Sale Only00.00%, see rank
Rented or Sold, Not Occupied00.00%, see rank
For Seasonal, Recreational, or Occasional Use14.35%, see rank
For Migrant Workers00.00%, see rank
Other Vacant00.00%, see rank

*Based on 2010 data.

*A census block is the smallest geographic area defined by the United States Census Bureau to take census. In total, there are more than 10 million census blocks in the United Status with an average of around 30 residents in each. A census block normally only covers a street block or a small community. It is ideal for studying data relating to the smallest geographic area.

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