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ACS DEMOGRAPHIC AND HOUSING ESTIMATES
2011–2015 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates

Adona city, Arkansas

Subject Estimate Margin of Error Percent Percent Margin of Error
SEX AND AGE
    Total population 132 +/-56 132 (X)
        Male 55 +/-28 41.7% +/-12.4
        Female 77 +/-37 58.3% +/-12.4
 
        Under 5 years 5 +/-7 3.8% +/-4.3
        5 to 9 years 13 +/-17 9.8% +/-10.7
        10 to 14 years 4 +/-7 3.0% +/-5.2
        15 to 19 years 12 +/-10 9.1% +/-7.2
        20 to 24 years 6 +/-8 4.5% +/-5.5
        25 to 34 years 14 +/-18 10.6% +/-11.6
        35 to 44 years 25 +/-18 18.9% +/-10.9
        45 to 54 years 20 +/-14 15.2% +/-10.1
        55 to 59 years 7 +/-7 5.3% +/-5.5
        60 to 64 years 11 +/-8 8.3% +/-6.5
        65 to 74 years 11 +/-8 8.3% +/-7.1
        75 to 84 years 3 +/-4 2.3% +/-2.9
        85 years and over 1 +/-3 0.8% +/-2.2
 
        Median age (years) 42.8 +/-12.5 (X) (X)
 
        18 years and over 110 +/-41 83.3% +/-12.9
        21 years and over 98 +/-36 74.2% +/-12.0
        62 years and over 21 +/-11 15.9% +/-9.7
        65 years and over 15 +/-9 11.4% +/-8.7
 
            18 years and over 110 +/-41 110 (X)
        Male 47 +/-21 42.7% +/-11.1
        Female 63 +/-26 57.3% +/-11.1
 
            65 years and over 15 +/-9 15 (X)
        Male 4 +/-4 26.7% +/-24.3
        Female 11 +/-8 73.3% +/-24.3
 
RACE
            Total population 132 +/-56 132 (X)
        One race 132 +/-56 100.0% +/-20.2
        Two or more races 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
 
        One race 132 +/-56 100.0% +/-20.2
            White 132 +/-56 100.0% +/-20.2
            Black or African American 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
            American Indian and Alaska Native 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
                Cherokee tribal grouping 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
                Chippewa tribal grouping 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
                Navajo tribal grouping 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
                Sioux tribal grouping 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
            Asian 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
                Asian Indian 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
                Chinese 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
                Filipino 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
                Japanese 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
                Korean 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
                Vietnamese 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
                Other Asian 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
            Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
                Native Hawaiian 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
                Guamanian or Chamorro 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
                Samoan 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
                Other Pacific Islander 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
            Some other race 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
            Two or more races 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
            White and Black or African American 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
            White and American Indian and Alaska Native 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
            White and Asian 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
            Black or African American and American Indian and Alaska Native 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
 
Race alone or in combination with one or more other races
            Total population 132 +/-56 132 (X)
        White 132 +/-56 100.0% +/-20.2
        Black or African American 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
        American Indian and Alaska Native 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
        Asian 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
        Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
        Some other race 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
 
HISPANIC OR LATINO AND RACE
            Total population 132 +/-56 132 (X)
        Hispanic or Latino (of any race) 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
            Mexican 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
            Puerto Rican 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
            Cuban 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
            Other Hispanic or Latino 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
        Not Hispanic or Latino 132 +/-56 100.0% +/-20.2
            White alone 132 +/-56 100.0% +/-20.2
            Black or African American alone 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
            American Indian and Alaska Native alone 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
            Asian alone 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
            Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
            Some other race alone 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
            Two or more races 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
                Two races including Some other race 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
                Two races excluding Some other race, and Three or more races 0 +/-11 0.0% +/-20.2
 
        Total housing units 78 +/-23 (X) (X)
 
 
CITIZEN, VOTING AGE POPULATION
    Citizen, 18 and over population 110 +/-41 110 (X)
        Male 47 +/-21 42.7% +/-11.1
        Female 63 +/-26 57.3% +/-11.1
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey: 2011-2015.
Processed by Demographic Research, Institute for Economic Advancement, College of Business Administration, UALR
Last Modified: December 8th, 2016

Explanation of Symbols:

  1. An '**' entry in the margin of error column indicates that either no sample observations or too few sample observations were available to compute a standard error and thus the margin of error. A statistical test is not appropriate.
  2. An '-' entry in the estimate column indicates that either no sample observations or too few sample observations were available to compute an estimate, or a ratio of medians cannot be calculated because one or both of the median estimates falls in the lowest interval or upper interval of an open-ended distribution.
  3. An '-' following a median estimate means the median falls in the lowest interval of an open-ended distribution.
  4. An '+' following a median estimate means the median falls in the upper interval of an open-ended distribution.
  5. An '***' entry in the margin of error column indicates that the median falls in the lowest interval or upper interval of an open-ended distribution. A statistical test is not appropriate.
  6. An '*****' entry in the margin of error column indicates that the estimate is controlled. A statistical test for sampling variability is not appropriate.
  7. An 'N' entry in the estimate and margin of error columns indicates that data for this geographic area cannot be displayed because the number of sample cases is too small.
  8. An '(X)' means that the estimate is not applicable or not available.

  9. Note: Some areas have no reported population because there were not enough ACS questionnaires completed and returned to make a population estimate.

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