MCDC Demographic Profile 3, 2000 Census
Usage Notes

3-mile radius of 501 S 5th St, Columbia, MO (within Missouri)

Post-Census Population Estimate and Projection Figures [1]
Population for Jan. 1, 2007 estimated to be 65,533 persons.
Population for Jan. 1, 2012 projected to be 70,034 persons.

Subject Number Percent SF3 Table
1. Population Basics
Universe: Total Population
Total Persons (Sample Est) 58,616 P1
Unweighted Sample Count of Persons 7,572 P2
Total Persons (100% Count) 58,592 P3
Pct Persons Sampled 12.9 P4
Urban Population 58,272 99.4 P5
In Urbanized Areas 58,272 99.4
In Urban Clusters 0 0.0
Rural Population 344 0.6
Persons on Farms 0 0.0
Persons Per Sq Mile 2226.8
2. Age
Universe: Total Population
Under 5 2,760 4.7 P8
Age 5 to 9 2,547 4.3
10 to 14 2,469 4.2
15 to 17 1,478 2.5
18 to 19 6,105 10.4
20 to 24 13,417 22.9
25 to 34 8,906 15.2
35 to 44 6,619 11.3
45 to 54 5,826 9.9
55 to 59 1,805 3.1
60 to 64 1,442 2.5
65 to 74 2,383 4.1
75 to 84 2,017 3.4
Over 85 842 1.4
Under 18 9,254 15.8
Over 18 49,362 84.2
18 to 64 44,120 75.3
Over 21 39,349 67.1
Over 62 6,028 10.3
Over 65 5,242 8.9
3. Race and Hispanic
Universe: Total Population
White alone 47,436 80.9 P6
Black alone 6,848 11.7
Amer Indian Alaska Native alone 293 0.5
Asian alone 2,624 4.5
Hawaiian and Other Pac Islander alone 14 0.0
Other race alone 321 0.5
Two or More Races 1,080 1.8
Hispanic 1,292 2.2 P7
White Alone Not Hispanic 46,594 79.5
Minority Pop 12,022 20.5
4. Relationship of Persons in Households
Universe: Persons in Households
Persons in Households 50,388 86.0 P9
Householder 23,870 47.4
Spouse 7,956 15.8
Child of Householder 10,119 20.1
Other Relative 1,536 3.0
NonRelative 917 1.8
5. Households by Type
Universe: Households
Total Households 23,870 P10
Families 10,798 45.2
Married Couples 7,743 32.4
Married Couples w Own Children < 18 3,263 13.7
Single Parent Families 1,867 7.8
Single Mothers 1,562 6.5
Other Families 1,188 5.0
Non-Family HHs 13,072 54.8
Persons Living Alone 9,058 37.9
6. Marital Status
Universe: Persons Over 15
Over 15 Yrs of Age 50,840 86.7 P18
Never Married 25,378 49.9
Now Married Not Separated 18,078 35.6
Separated 679 1.3
Widowed 2,154 4.2
Divorced 4,551 9.0
7. Language Spoken at Home
Universe: Persons Over 5
Over 5 Yrs of Age 55,856 95.3 P19
Speak English Only 50,435 90.3
Speak Eng less than very well 1,996 3.6
Do Not Speak English 96 0.2
8. Foreign Born Persons
Universe: Foreign Born Persons
Foreign Born, exc native 4,112 7.0 P21
Naturalized US Citizen 910 1.6
Not a Citizen 3,202 5.5
Foreign Born Entered US in 1990 or Later 2,771 4.7 P22
Born in Europe 0 PCT19
Born in Asia 0
Born in Latin America 0
Born in Mexico 0
Born somewhere else 0
9. Residence in 1995
Universe: Persons Over 5
Lived in Same House 5 Yrs Ago 17,698 31.7 P24
Lived in Same County 5 Yrs Ago 30,972 55.4
Lived in Same State 5 Yrs Ago 46,086 82.5
10. Place of Work
Universe: Workers over 16
Workers 16 and Over 30,820 P26
Work in County of Residence 28,444 92.3
Workers Living in a Place 30,820 100.0 P27
Work in Place of Residence 26,828 87.0
11. Commuting
Universe: Workers over 16
Drive Alone to Work 22,071 71.6 P30
Carpool 3,571 11.6
Public Transportation or Taxi to Work 428 1.4
Cycle or Walk to Work 3,760 12.2
Work at Home 854 2.8
Mean Travel Time to Work 14.0 P32 P33
12. School Enrollment
Universe: Persons Over 3
Over 3 Yrs of Age 57,003 97.2 P36
Enrolled in grades K-12 6,582 11.5
Enrolled in Private Schools K-12 384 5.8
Enrolled in College 19,503 34.2
13. Educational Attainment
Universe: Persons Over 25
Over 25 Yrs of Age 29,840 50.9 P37
Less Than 9th Grade 975 3.3
9th thru 12th grade, No Diploma 1,899 6.4
High School Grad or GED 5,101 17.1
Did Not Attend College 7,975 26.7
Some College, no degree 6,600 22.1
Bachelors 7,565 25.4
Masters 4,133 13.9
Prof School Degree or PhD 3,567 12.0
Graduate or Professional Degree 7,700 25.8
14. Veteran and Armed Forces Status
Universe: Persons Over 18
Over 18 Yrs of Age 49,362 84.2 P39
Currently in Armed Forces 11 0.0
Civilian Population > 18 49,351 100.0
Veteran 3,861 7.8
15. Disability
Universe: Civilian Non-Institutionalized Persons
Civilian Non-Inst Pop Over 5 55,389 P42
Persons With 1 or more disabilities 8,161 14.7
Civilian Non-Inst. Pop Over 65 4,878
Persons Over 65 With a Disability 2,650 54.3
Civilian Non-Inst. Pop 16-64 45,066
Persons 16-64 with a Work Disability 3,333 7.4 P41
16. Employment Status
Universe: Persons over 16
Over 16 Yrs of Age 50,411 86.0 P43
Civilian Labor Force 34,244 67.9
Unemployed Persons 2,789 8.1
Civ. Labor Force, Female 17,164 50.1
Unemployed Females 1,366 8.0
Over 16 Not in Labor Force 16,156 32.0
Married Couples who Both Work 5,201 67.2 P48
Married Couples, One Worker 1,485 19.2
17. Work Force by Industry
Universe: Employed Civilian Labor Force
Employed Persons in CLF 31,455 91.9 P49
Employed in Manufacturing 1,390 4.4
Employed in Retail Trade 3,358 10.7
Employed in Education 7,571 24.1
Employed In Health Care & Social Assistance 5,063 16.1
Employed in Other Industries 14,073 44.7
Unemployed Persons in CLF 2,789 8.1
18. Work Force by Occupation
Universe: Employed Persons in CLF
Management, professional & related occupations 14,295 45.4 P50
Service occupations 5,409 17.2
Sales and Office occupations 8,269 26.3
Farming, Fishing & Forestry occupations 174 0.6
Construction, extractions & maintenance occupations 1,182 3.8
Production, Transportation + material moving occupations 2,126 6.8
19. Household Income in 1999
Universe: Households
Total Households 23,870 P52
Less than $10,000 4,374 18.3
$10,000 to $14,999 2,242 9.4
$15,000 to $24,999 3,983 16.7
$25,000 to $34,999 3,234 13.5
$35,000 to $49,999 3,189 13.4
$50,000 to $74,999 3,373 14.1
$75,000 to $99,999 1,665 7.0
$100,000 to $149,999 1,175 4.9
$150,000 to $199,999 289 1.2
$200,000 or more 346 1.4
Median HH Income 32,768 P53
Average Household Income 42,062 P54
HHs W Income < $200,000 23,524 98.6
Avg HH Income of HHs < $200k 37,884
Avg HH Income of HHs $200k or more 326,159
20. Income Percentages by Source
Universe: Households
Aggregate Income in 1999 $1,004,027,700
Pct Wage or Salary Income 73.5 P68
Pct Soc Security Income 4.6 P71
Pct SSI Income 0.4 P72
Pct Public Assistance Income 0.1 P73
Pct Retirement Income 5.7 P74
21. Other Income Measures
Universe: Families or Persons
Median Family Income 51,988 P77
Average Family Income 60,778 P78
Per Capita Income 17,901 P82
Males 16+ with Earnings in 1999 19,860
Avg Earnings of Males with Earnings $24,412 P84 P86
Females 16+ with Earnings in 1999 20,110 P84
Avg Earnings of Females with Earnings $16,665 P84 P86
22. Poverty
Universe: Persons for whom poverty status is determined
Persons for whom poverty status determined 50,562 86.3 P87
Poor Persons 12,202 24.1
Persons below 50% of poverty level 6,420 12.7 P88
Persons below 185% of poverty level 20,176 39.9
Persons Between 100 & 200% of poverty level 9,264 18.3
Mean Poverty Ratio 2.113
Poor Persons in Families 4,039 12.9 P89
Families Below Poverty 1,306 12.1 P92
Non Family Households Below Poverty 4,407 33.7
23. Miscellaneous Population
Universe: Total Population
Female 30,589 52.2 P8
Group Quarters Population 8,228 14.0 P9
Institutionalized Population 456 0.8
Grandparents Caring for Own Grandchildren 0 PCT8
24. Housing Unit Basics
Universe: Total Housing Units
Total Housing Units 25,467 H1
Unweighted Sample HU Count 3,346 H2
Total Housing Units (100% Count) 25,403 H3
Est Occupied Housing Units (100% Count) 23,814
Est Vacant Housing Units (100% Count) 1,550
Pct of Occupied HUs in Sample 13.1
Pct of Vacant HUs in Sample 14.0
Urban Housing Units 25,353 99.6 H5
Rural Housing Units 114 0.4
Occupied Housing Units 23,896 93.8 H6
Owner occupied units 9,784 40.9 H7
Renter occupied units 14,112 59.1
Vacant Housing Units 1,571 6.2
25. Selected Housing Characteristics
Universe: Occupied housing units
With 1.5+ persons per room 236 1.0 H20
Lacking complete plumbing facilities 93 0.4 H22
Lacking telephone service 434 1.8 H43
No vehicles available 2,525 10.6 H44
Average Household Size 2.11 H18
Moved in last 5 Yrs 16,449 68.8 H38
Median Year Moved In 1997 H39
26. Units in Structure
Universe: Housing Units
Single Family Units 12,155 47.7 H30
2 to 4 Units 4,704 18.5
5 to 19 Units 5,404 21.2
In Buildings with 20+ Units 2,248 8.8
Mobile Homes 950 3.7
Boat, RV, Van, etc. 6 0.0
27. Age of Structure
Universe: Housing Units
Units < 5 Yrs Old 2,167 8.5 H34
Units > 50 Yrs Old 3,770 14.8
Units Built Before 1940 2,305 9.1
Average Age of Units 30.7
28. Gross Rents
Universe: Specified Renter Occupied Units
Units Paying Cash Rent 13,699 97.2 H62
Cash Rent < $300 1,275 9.3
Rent $300 to $599 8,213 60.0
Rent $600 to $999 3,560 26.0
Rent $1000 or more 651 4.8
Median Gross Rent $518 H63
Average Gross Rent $539 H64
No Cash Rent 393 2.8
29. Housing Values
Universe: Specified Owner Occupied Housing Units
House Value < $50,000 532 6.4 H74
Value $50,000 to $99,999 3,159 37.9
Value $100,000 to $149,999 2,383 28.6
Value $150,000 to $199,999 1,237 14.8
Value $200,000 to $299,999 697 8.4
Value $300,000 to $499,999 232 2.8
Value $500,000 to $999,999 81 1.0
Value $1 million or more 19 0.2
Median House Value $119,394 H76
Average House Value $134,092 H78 H14



5-mile radius of 501 S 5th St, Columbia, MO (within Missouri)

Post-Census Population Estimate and Projection Figures [1]
Population for Jan. 1, 2007 estimated to be 105,574 persons.
Population for Jan. 1, 2012 projected to be 111,915 persons.

Subject Number Percent SF3 Table
1. Population Basics
Universe: Total Population
Total Persons (Sample Est) 97,227 P1
Unweighted Sample Count of Persons 12,279 P2
Total Persons (100% Count) 97,088 P3
Pct Persons Sampled 12.6 P4
Urban Population 94,165 96.9 P5
In Urbanized Areas 94,165 96.9
In Urban Clusters 0 0.0
Rural Population 3,062 3.1
Persons on Farms 21 0.0
Persons Per Sq Mile 1352.9
2. Age
Universe: Total Population
Under 5 5,776 5.9 P8
Age 5 to 9 5,591 5.8
10 to 14 5,750 5.9
15 to 17 2,914 3.0
18 to 19 7,141 7.3
20 to 24 16,866 17.3
25 to 34 15,596 16.0
35 to 44 13,364 13.7
45 to 54 10,601 10.9
55 to 59 3,199 3.3
60 to 64 2,488 2.6
65 to 74 3,762 3.9
75 to 84 2,957 3.0
Over 85 1,222 1.3
Under 18 20,031 20.6
Over 18 77,196 79.4
18 to 64 69,255 71.2
Over 21 65,615 67.5
Over 62 9,317 9.6
Over 65 7,941 8.2
3. Race and Hispanic
Universe: Total Population
White alone 79,960 82.2 P6
Black alone 10,467 10.8
Amer Indian Alaska Native alone 522 0.5
Asian alone 3,729 3.8
Hawaiian and Other Pac Islander alone 34 0.0
Other race alone 649 0.7
Two or More Races 1,866 1.9
Hispanic 2,101 2.2 P7
White Alone Not Hispanic 78,667 80.9
Minority Pop 18,560 19.1
4. Relationship of Persons in Households
Universe: Persons in Households
Persons in Households 88,509 91.0 P9
Householder 38,661 43.7
Spouse 15,889 18.0
Child of Householder 21,757 24.6
Other Relative 2,523 2.9
NonRelative 1,638 1.9
5. Households by Type
Universe: Households
Total Households 38,661 P10
Families 20,794 53.8
Married Couples 15,550 40.2
Married Couples w Own Children < 18 7,456 19.3
Single Parent Families 3,343 8.6
Single Mothers 2,698 7.0
Other Families 1,901 4.9
Non-Family HHs 17,867 46.2
Persons Living Alone 12,358 32.0
6. Marital Status
Universe: Persons Over 15
Over 15 Yrs of Age 80,110 82.4 P18
Never Married 33,670 42.0
Now Married Not Separated 34,499 43.1
Separated 1,085 1.4
Widowed 3,281 4.1
Divorced 7,575 9.5
7. Language Spoken at Home
Universe: Persons Over 5
Over 5 Yrs of Age 91,451 94.1 P19
Speak English Only 83,518 91.3
Speak Eng less than very well 2,786 3.0
Do Not Speak English 172 0.2
8. Foreign Born Persons
Universe: Foreign Born Persons
Foreign Born, exc native 5,768 5.9 P21
Naturalized US Citizen 1,616 1.7
Not a Citizen 4,152 4.3
Foreign Born Entered US in 1990 or Later 3,615 3.7 P22
Born in Europe 0 PCT19
Born in Asia 0
Born in Latin America 0
Born in Mexico 0
Born somewhere else 0
9. Residence in 1995
Universe: Persons Over 5
Lived in Same House 5 Yrs Ago 30,329 33.2 P24
Lived in Same County 5 Yrs Ago 55,811 61.0
Lived in Same State 5 Yrs Ago 76,312 83.4
10. Place of Work
Universe: Workers over 16
Workers 16 and Over 51,749 P26
Work in County of Residence 47,293 91.4
Workers Living in a Place 44,666 86.3 P27
Work in Place of Residence 38,415 86.0
11. Commuting
Universe: Workers over 16
Drive Alone to Work 39,383 76.1 P30
Carpool 6,163 11.9
Public Transportation or Taxi to Work 496 1.0
Cycle or Walk to Work 3,947 7.6
Work at Home 1,511 2.9
Mean Travel Time to Work 15.8 P32 P33
12. School Enrollment
Universe: Persons Over 3
Over 3 Yrs of Age 93,800 96.5 P36
Enrolled in grades K-12 14,448 15.4
Enrolled in Private Schools K-12 1,059 7.3
Enrolled in College 23,046 24.6
13. Educational Attainment
Universe: Persons Over 25
Over 25 Yrs of Age 53,189 54.7 P37
Less Than 9th Grade 1,503 2.8
9th thru 12th grade, No Diploma 3,525 6.6
High School Grad or GED 9,952 18.7
Did Not Attend College 14,980 28.2
Some College, no degree 12,518 23.5
Bachelors 13,734 25.8
Masters 6,518 12.3
Prof School Degree or PhD 5,439 10.2
Graduate or Professional Degree 11,957 22.5
14. Veteran and Armed Forces Status
Universe: Persons Over 18
Over 18 Yrs of Age 77,196 79.4 P39
Currently in Armed Forces 69 0.1
Civilian Population > 18 77,127 99.9
Veteran 6,930 9.0
15. Disability
Universe: Civilian Non-Institutionalized Persons
Civilian Non-Inst Pop Over 5 90,457 P42
Persons With 1 or more disabilities 13,004 14.4
Civilian Non-Inst. Pop Over 65 7,356
Persons Over 65 With a Disability 3,898 53.0
Civilian Non-Inst. Pop 16-64 70,743
Persons 16-64 with a Work Disability 5,547 7.8 P41
16. Employment Status
Universe: Persons over 16
Over 16 Yrs of Age 79,084 81.3 P43
Civilian Labor Force 56,135 71.0
Unemployed Persons 3,597 6.4
Civ. Labor Force, Female 27,857 49.6
Unemployed Females 1,697 6.1
Over 16 Not in Labor Force 22,880 28.9
Married Couples who Both Work 11,166 71.8 P48
Married Couples, One Worker 2,724 17.5
17. Work Force by Industry
Universe: Employed Civilian Labor Force
Employed Persons in CLF 52,538 93.6 P49
Employed in Manufacturing 3,037 5.8
Employed in Retail Trade 5,750 10.9
Employed in Education 11,011 21.0
Employed In Health Care & Social Assistance 9,438 18.0
Employed in Other Industries 23,302 44.4
Unemployed Persons in CLF 3,597 6.4
18. Work Force by Occupation
Universe: Employed Persons in CLF
Management, professional & related occupations 23,298 44.3 P50
Service occupations 8,252 15.7
Sales and Office occupations 14,190 27.0
Farming, Fishing & Forestry occupations 265 0.5
Construction, extractions & maintenance occupations 2,453 4.7
Production, Transportation + material moving occupations 4,080 7.8
19. Household Income in 1999
Universe: Households
Total Households 38,661 P52
Less than $10,000 5,369 13.9
$10,000 to $14,999 3,007 7.8
$15,000 to $24,999 5,944 15.4
$25,000 to $34,999 5,113 13.2
$35,000 to $49,999 5,691 14.7
$50,000 to $74,999 6,416 16.6
$75,000 to $99,999 3,508 9.1
$100,000 to $149,999 2,425 6.3
$150,000 to $199,999 570 1.5
$200,000 or more 618 1.6
Median HH Income 38,686 P53
Average Household Income 47,934 P54
HHs W Income < $200,000 38,043 98.4
Avg HH Income of HHs < $200k 43,195
Avg HH Income of HHs $200k or more 339,636
20. Income Percentages by Source
Universe: Households
Aggregate Income in 1999 $1,853,180,400
Pct Wage or Salary Income 76.2 P68
Pct Soc Security Income 3.8 P71
Pct SSI Income 0.4 P72
Pct Public Assistance Income 0.1 P73
Pct Retirement Income 4.7 P74
21. Other Income Measures
Universe: Families or Persons
Median Family Income 55,122 P77
Average Family Income 64,142 P78
Per Capita Income 19,604 P82
Males 16+ with Earnings in 1999 31,806
Avg Earnings of Males with Earnings $29,868 P84 P86
Females 16+ with Earnings in 1999 31,954 P84
Avg Earnings of Females with Earnings $18,945 P84 P86
22. Poverty
Universe: Persons for whom poverty status is determined
Persons for whom poverty status determined 88,546 91.1 P87
Poor Persons 16,076 18.2
Persons below 50% of poverty level 8,377 9.5 P88
Persons below 185% of poverty level 28,923 32.7
Persons Between 100 & 200% of poverty level 14,950 16.9
Mean Poverty Ratio 2.288
Poor Persons in Families 6,406 10.3 P89
Families Below Poverty 1,957 9.4 P92
Non Family Households Below Poverty 5,203 29.1
23. Miscellaneous Population
Universe: Total Population
Female 50,532 52.0 P8
Group Quarters Population 8,718 9.0 P9
Institutionalized Population 925 1.0
Grandparents Caring for Own Grandchildren 0 PCT8
24. Housing Unit Basics
Universe: Total Housing Units
Total Housing Units 41,218 H1
Unweighted Sample HU Count 5,276 H2
Total Housing Units (100% Count) 41,154 H3
Est Occupied Housing Units (100% Count) 38,538
Est Vacant Housing Units (100% Count) 2,532
Pct of Occupied HUs in Sample 12.8
Pct of Vacant HUs in Sample 13.7
Urban Housing Units 39,956 96.9 H5
Rural Housing Units 1,262 3.1
Occupied Housing Units 38,594 93.6 H6
Owner occupied units 19,049 49.4 H7
Renter occupied units 19,545 50.6
Vacant Housing Units 2,624 6.4
25. Selected Housing Characteristics
Universe: Occupied housing units
With 1.5+ persons per room 283 0.7 H20
Lacking complete plumbing facilities 148 0.4 H22
Lacking telephone service 637 1.7 H43
No vehicles available 3,010 7.8 H44
Average Household Size 2.29 H18
Moved in last 5 Yrs 26,396 68.4 H38
Median Year Moved In 1997 H39
26. Units in Structure
Universe: Housing Units
Single Family Units 21,884 53.1 H30
2 to 4 Units 8,017 19.5
5 to 19 Units 6,164 15.0
In Buildings with 20+ Units 2,397 5.8
Mobile Homes 2,750 6.7
Boat, RV, Van, etc. 6 0.0
27. Age of Structure
Universe: Housing Units
Units < 5 Yrs Old 6,482 15.7 H34
Units > 50 Yrs Old 3,974 9.6
Units Built Before 1940 2,421 5.9
Average Age of Units 25.6
28. Gross Rents
Universe: Specified Renter Occupied Units
Units Paying Cash Rent 19,042 97.6 H62
Cash Rent < $300 1,534 8.1
Rent $300 to $599 10,604 55.7
Rent $600 to $999 6,042 31.7
Rent $1000 or more 862 4.5
Median Gross Rent $542 H63
Average Gross Rent $557 H64
No Cash Rent 464 2.4
29. Housing Values
Universe: Specified Owner Occupied Housing Units
House Value < $50,000 613 3.9 H74
Value $50,000 to $99,999 5,473 35.2
Value $100,000 to $149,999 4,855 31.2
Value $150,000 to $199,999 2,398 15.4
Value $200,000 to $299,999 1,543 9.9
Value $300,000 to $499,999 542 3.5
Value $500,000 to $999,999 119 0.8
Value $1 million or more 26 0.2
Median House Value $126,653 H76
Average House Value $139,839 H78 H14


1. Population estimates and projections from Geolytics, Inc

SF32000x Readme File | Complete metadata(pdf)


Report by the Office of Social and Economic Data Analysis , Univ. of Missouri Outreach & Extension
Under a contract with the Missouri Census Data Center
SOURCE: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Summary File 3, 2000 Decennial Census

Generated on 23JUN08 using dp3_2kb.sas (macro), Rev. 5/26/2008 8:38:33 AM
Address questions and comments to riceg@missouri.edu


Summary of True Areas of Circles vs. That of Areas Selected to Estimate Them
(This Report Indicates How Well We Were Able to Approximate the Circular Area)

radius Estimated True Area Ratio of Estimate
to True Area
3 26.51 28.27 0.938
5 72.29 78.54 0.920


Auxiliary Report: Counties Contributing to Circular Areas
Coordinates: (38.9453 , 92.3321 )

County Total Pop
Boone MO 58,616

County Total Pop
Boone MO 38,611
97,227