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Standard Data Dictionary

Please note that there is a new format and new demographic data for the Prince William County data dictionary.

County (FIPS):​Prince William (153)​The Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) code that uniquely identifies counties in the U.S.
​Region (FIPS):​South Region (3)​Regions are groupings of states based on geographic location in the U.S.
Region Division (FIPS):South Atlantic (5)Region divisions are groupings of states based on geographic location within each region.
​Combined Statistical Area (CSA) (FIPS):​​Washington-Baltimore-Arlington, DC-MD-VA-WV-PA (548)​CSAs are groupings of two or more MSAs that have a high level of economic and social connectivity (measured by commuting to work).
Metropolitan or Micropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) (FIPS):​Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV Metropolitan Statistical Area (47900)​Metropolitan and micropolitan statistical areas (referred to collectively as Core Based Statistical Areas (CBSAs) in the U.S. CBSAs are groupings of one or more U.S. counties that contain a core urban area accompanied with adjacent counties that have a high level of economic and social connectivity (measured by commuting to work), as delineated by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). A metro area houses an urban core population of 50,000 or more people. A micro area houses an urban core population of between 10,000 and 50,000 people. See reference maps or delineation files.
​Metropolitan Division (FIPS):​Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV Metro Division (47894)​Metropolitan Divisions are groupings of counties (or equivalent) within a Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) that have an urban core with and a population of at least 2.5 million people. Not all MSAs have Metropolitan Divisions. Entities within Metropolitan Division have strong economic and social connections (measured through commuting)
​Council of Governments (COG):​Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (MWCOG)​Councils of Governments (COGs) are regional planning groups across the U.S., each of which consists of elected public officials and planning authorities from a metropolitan area. The Metropolitan Washington COG includes the District of Columbia, 4 counties and 5 independent cities in Virginia, and 4 counties and 8 cities in Maryland. Visit the MWCOG website.
State (FIPS):​Virginia (51)​The Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) code that uniquely identifies states in the U.S.
Census tabulation blocks:​6,116​Census tabulation blocks are the smallest level of analysis that the U.S. Census offers. In highly populated areas, census blocks are often the size of a 1x1 city block (bound by streets). Data availability: Decennial censuses.
Census block groups:​230​Census block groups are the 2nd smallest level of analysis that the U.S. Census offers. Data availability: Decennial censuses and yearly American Community Surveys.
Census tracts:​83​Census tracts are the 3rd smallest level of analysis that the U.S. Census offers. Data availability: Decennial censuses and yearly American Community Surveys.
Places:​25Includes both Incorporated Places (many cities are incorporated places) as well as Census Designated Places (CDPs). CDPs are densely settled communities that are identifiable by name but are not legally incorporated.​
Zip code tabulation areas:​17​Zip Code Tabulation Areas (ZCTAs) are geographic representations of the United States Postal Service (USPS) Zip Codes.
Count subdivisions (magisterial/election districts):​7​County Subdivisions are the primary boundaries within counties. They could be census subareas, county divisions, or minor civil division (MCDs). Virginia counties have MCDs, which could be townships, magisterial districts, election districts, towns, and barrios. PWC county subdivision MCDs are considered election districts (used interchangeably with magisterial districts).
House districts:​8​In the Virginia General Assembly, the Virginia House of Delegates Districts in Prince William County: 2nd, 13th, 31st, 40th, 50th, 51st, 52nd, 87th. Map
Senate districts:​5​In the Virginia General Assembly, the Virginia Senate Districts in Prince William County: 13th, 28th, 29th, 36th, 39th. Map
Congressional districts:​3​Virginia Congressional Districts in Prince William County: 1st, 10th, 11th. There are 11 Congressional Districts in Virginia. In the U.S. House of Representatives, Virginia has 2 senators and 11 representatives. Map


Demographic data from American Community Survey (ACS) 5-Year Estimates

2014-2018 ACS2009-2013 ACS5-Year Change% Change
 EstimateMargin of ErrorPercentMargin of ErrorEstimateMargin of ErrorPercentMargin of Error
Total population*456,749*****(X)(X)416,668*****(X)(X)40,0819.62%
SEX          
Male227,951+/-10049.90%+/-0.1207,298+/-11449.80%+/-0.120,6539.96%
Female228,798+/-10050.10%+/-0.1209,370+/-11450.20%+/-0.119,4289.28%
AGE          
Under 5 years34,605+/-687.60%+/-0.133,897+/-718.10%+/-0.17082.09%
5 to 9 years35,559+/-9327.80%+/-0.234,953+/-8168.40%+/-0.26061.73%
10 to 14 years35,129+/-9377.70%+/-0.231,569+/-8167.60%+/-0.23,56011.28%
15 to 19 years31,627+/-996.90%+/-0.129,253+/-1337.00%+/-0.12,3748.12%
20 to 24 years28,685+/-986.30%+/-0.126,012+/-1526.20%+/-0.12,67310.28%
25 to 34 years63,251+/-13813.80%+/-0.161,546+/-13814.80%+/-0.11,7052.77%
35 to 44 years70,108+/-13415.30%+/-0.166,185+/-11315.90%+/-0.13,9235.93%
45 to 54 years66,795+/-8714.60%+/-0.162,642+/-6915.00%+/-0.14,1536.63%
55 to 59 years27,794+/-8016.10%+/-0.221,774+/-7775.20%+/-0.26,02027.65%
60 to 64 years21,393+/-8134.70%+/-0.218,829+/-7944.50%+/-0.22,56413.62%
65 to 74 years27,428+/-1056.00%+/-0.119,739+/-474.70%+/-0.17,68938.95%
75 to 84 years10,918+/-3432.40%+/-0.17,475+/-2901.80%+/-0.13,44346.06%
85 years and over3,457+/-3240.80%+/-0.12,794+/-2890.70%+/-0.166323.73%
Median age (years)35+/-0.1(X)(X)33.5+/-0.2(X)(X)14.18%
Under 18 years125,952+/-5527.60%+/-0.1(X)(X)(X)(X)(X)(X)
16 years and over344,952+/-47175.50%+/-0.1(X)(X)(X)(X)(X)(X)
18 years and over330,797+/-5572.40%+/-0.1297,422*****71.40%*****33,37511.22%
21 years and over313,540+/-52768.60%+/-0.1281,176+/-66867.50%+/-0.232,36411.51%
62 years and over53,948+/-59511.80%+/-0.140,729+/-6569.80%+/-0.213,21932.46%
65 years and over41,803+/-1199.20%+/-0.130,008+/-507.20%+/-0.111,79539.31%
HISPANIC OR LATINO AND RACE          
Hispanic or Latino (of any race)105,050*****23.00%*****86,314*****20.70%*****18,73621.71%
Mexican17,595+/-1,9613.90%+/-0.416,437+/-1,8043.90%+/-0.41,1587.05%
Puerto Rican8,312+/-1,1021.80%+/-0.26,846+/-1,1581.60%+/-0.31,46621.41%
Cuban1,337+/-5510.30%+/-0.11,108+/-4890.30%+/-0.122920.67%
Other Hispanic or Latino77,806+/-2,27117.00%+/-0.561,923+/-2,04714.90%+/-0.515,88325.65%
Not Hispanic or Latino351,699*****77.00%*****330,354*****79.30%*****21,3456.46%
White alone199,529+/-33043.70%+/-0.1199,094+/-38747.80%+/-0.14350.22%
Black or African American alone91,650+/-1,16520.10%+/-0.381,305+/-95619.50%+/-0.210,34512.72%
American Indian and Alaska Native alone1,145+/-2770.30%+/-0.11,014+/-2740.20%+/-0.113112.92%
Asian alone36,721+/-8848.00%+/-0.231,613+/-6997.60%+/-0.25,10816.16%
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone552+/-1410.10%+/-0.1339+/-1200.10%+/-0.121362.83%
Some other race alone1,423+/-3830.30%+/-0.11,681+/-4340.40%+/-0.1-258-15.35%
Two or more races20,679+/-1,5600+/-0.315,308+/-1,2753.70%+/-0.35,37135.09%
HOUSEHOLDS          
Total households*140,473+/-767(X)(X)132,442+/-803(X)(X)8,0316.06%
Family households (families)108,590+/-1,02577.30%+/-0.6103,008+/-97877.80%+/-0.75,5825.42%

With own children of the householder under 18 years

57,069+/-1,07940.60%+/-0.856,870+/-99842.90%+/-0.71990.35%
Married-couple family85,394+/-1,21160.80%+/-0.879,859+/-1,27360.30%+/-0.95,5356.93%

With own children of the householder under 18 years

44,757+/-1,07231.90%+/-0.743,732+/-97733.00%+/-0.71,0252.34%
Male householder, no wife present, family7,157+/-5975.10%+/-0.47,031+/-6555.30%+/-0.51261.79%

With own children of the householder under 18 years

3,561+/-4292.50%+/-0.34,035+/-4673.00%+/-0.4-474-11.75%
Female householder, no husband present, family16,039+/-75111.40%+/-0.516,118+/-89712.20%+/-0.7-79-0.49%

With own children of the householder under 18 years

8,751+/-6506.20%+/-0.59,103+/-6966.90%+/-0.5-352-3.87%
Nonfamily households31,883+/-90322.70%+/-0.629,434+/-91622.20%+/-0.72,4498.32%
Householder living alone25,954+/-87918.50%+/-0.623,233+/-84517.50%+/-0.62,72111.71%

65 years and over

7,590+/-4155.40%+/-0.35,359+/-4324.00%+/-0.32,23141.63%
Households with one or more people under 18 years62,914+/-1,04344.80%+/-0.762,031+/-97546.80%+/-0.78831.42%
Households with one or more people 65 years and over28,402+/-46720.20%+/-0.321,179+/-49016.00%+/-0.37,22334.10%
Average household size3.22+/-0.02(X)(X)3.11+/-0.02(X)(X)03.54%
Average family size3.67+/-0.03(X)(X)3.51+/-0.03(X)(X)04.56%
FERTILITY          
Number of women 15 to 50 years old who had a birth in the past 12 months6,620+/-549(X)(X)7,439+/-609(X)(X)-819-11.01%
Unmarried women (widowed, divorced, and never married)1,340+/-29420.20%+/-4.01,896+/-40025.50%+/-4.6-556-29.32%
Births Per 1,000 unmarried women24+/-5(X)(X)39+/-8(X)(X)-15-38.46%
Births Per 1,000 women 15 to 50 years old57+/-5(X)(X)67+/-5(X)(X)-10-14.93%
Births Per 1,000 women 15 to 19 years old7+/-4(X)(X)10+/-6(X)(X)-3-30.00%
Births Per 1,000 women 20 to 34 years old90+/-9(X)(X)122+/-12(X)(X)-32-26.23%
Births Per 1,000 women 35 to 50 years old43+/-6(X)(X)37+/-6(X)(X)616.22%
EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT          
Population 25 years and over291,144+/-95(X)(X)260,984+/-141(X)(X)30,16011.56%
Less than 9th grade17,481+/-1,1916.00%+/-0.413,072+/-9745.00%+/-0.44,40933.73%
9th to 12th grade, no diploma15,944+/-1,1035.50%+/-0.415,436+/-1,1625.90%+/-0.45083.29%
High school graduate (includes equivalency)60,278+/-1,65020.70%+/-0.655,306+/-1,64521.20%+/-0.64,9728.99%
Some college, no degree57,662+/-1,48519.80%+/-0.558,671+/-1,65522.50%+/-0.6-1,009-1.72%
Associate's degree22,953+/-1,0377.90%+/-0.419,020+/-1,1187.30%+/-0.43,93320.68%
Bachelor's degree69,487+/-1,35823.90%+/-0.559,532+/-1,64122.80%+/-0.69,95516.72%
Graduate or professional degree47,339+/-1,33616.30%+/-0.539,947+/-1,29515.30%+/-0.57,39218.50%
High school graduate or higher257,719+/-1,41088.50%+/-0.5(X)(X)89.10%+/-0.6(X)(X)
Bachelor's degree or higher116,826+/-1,68640.10%+/-0.6(X)(X)38.10%+/-0.7(X)(X)
VETERAN STATUS          
Civilian population 18 years and over325,214+/-689(X)(X)290,294+/-789(X)(X)34,92012.03%
Civilian veterans41,479+/-1,22212.80%+/-0.440,034+/-1,16813.80%+/-0.41,4453.61%
DISABILITY STATUS OF THE CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION          
Total Civilian Noninstitutionalized Population448,890+/-752(X)(X)407,658+/-834(X)(X)41,23210.11%
With a disability34,144+/-1,3097.60%+/-0.327,867+/-1,1786.80%+/-0.36,27722.52%
PLACE OF BIRTH          
Native347,542+/-2,38076.10%+/-0.5327,477+/-2,17778.60%+/-0.520,0656.13%
Born in United States334,276+/-2,42773.20%+/-0.5316,429+/-2,17375.90%+/-0.517,8475.64%

State of residence

164,542+/-2,63736.00%+/-0.6144,995+/-2,48234.80%+/-0.619,54713.48%

Different state

169,734+/-3,17037.20%+/-0.7171,434+/-2,69241.10%+/-0.6-1,700-0.99%
Born in Puerto Rico, U.S. Island areas, or born abroad to American parent(s)13,266+/-8592.90%+/-0.211,048+/-8672.70%+/-0.22,21820.08%
Foreign born109,207+/-2,38023.90%+/-0.589,191+/-2,17721.40%+/-0.520,01622.44%
LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME          
Population 5 years and over422,144+/-68(X)(X)382,771+/-71(X)(X)39,37310.29%

English only

283,400+/-2,54167.10%+/-0.6267,303+/-2,37969.80%+/-0.616,0976.02%
Language other than English138,744+/-2,53932.90%+/-0.6115,468+/-2,39030.20%+/-0.623,27620.16%

Speak English less than "very well"

56,121+/-2,01913.30%+/-0.545,533+/-1,89111.90%+/-0.510,58823.25%
Spanish80,211+/-1,55519.00%+/-0.469,066+/-1,36718.00%+/-0.411,14516.14%

Speak English less than "very well"

36,849+/-1,5218.70%+/-0.431,290+/-1,7688.20%+/-0.55,55917.77%
Other Indo-European languages24,847+/-1,6445.90%+/-0.419,181+/-1,5085.00%+/-0.45,66629.54%

Speak English less than "very well"

7,682+/-7351.80%+/-0.24,824+/-5931.30%+/-0.22,85859.25%
Asian and Pacific Islander languages17,116+/-1,2164.10%+/-0.315,608+/-9594.10%+/-0.31,5089.66%

Speak English less than "very well"

6,976+/-5971.70%+/-0.16,693+/-6621.70%+/-0.22834.23%
Other languages16,570+/-1,4843.90%+/-0.411,613+/-1,4573.00%+/-0.44,95742.68%

Speak English less than "very well"

4,614+/-6751.10%+/-0.22,726+/-5070.70%+/-0.11,88869.26%
COMPUTERS AND INTERNET USE          
Total households140,473+/-767(X)(X)(X)(X)(X)(X)(X)(X)
With a computer135,892+/-87896.70%+/-0.3(X)(X)(X)(X)(X)(X)
With a broadband Internet subscription130,765+/-99993.10%+/-0.5(X)(X)(X)(X)(X)(X)
EMPLOYMENT STATUS          
Population 16 years and over344,952+/-471(X)(X)309,780+/-513(X)(X)35,17211.35%
In labor force251,848+/-1,69673.00%+/-0.5233,726+/-1,69075.40%+/-0.618,1227.75%
Civilian labor force246,265+/-1,70271.40%+/-0.5226,598+/-1,76073.10%+/-0.619,6678.68%

Employed

234,698+/-1,70768.00%+/-0.5212,154+/-1,75268.50%+/-0.622,54410.63%

Unemployed

11,567+/-8513.40%+/-0.214,444+/-9934.70%+/-0.3-2,877-19.92%
Armed Forces5,583+/-6851.60%+/-0.27,128+/-7892.30%+/-0.3-1,545-21.68%
Not in labor force93,104+/-1,81827.00%+/-0.576,054+/-1,86424.60%+/-0.617,05022.42%
COMMUTING TO WORK          
Workers 16 years and over235,988+/-1,828(X)(X)214,965+/-1,771(X)(X)21,0239.78%
Car, truck, or van -- drove alone179,689+/-2,34576.10%+/-0.7157,399+/-2,05573.20%+/-0.822,29014.16%
Car, truck, or van -- carpooled27,682+/-1,33211.70%+/-0.530,607+/-1,34714.20%+/-0.6-2,925-9.56%
Public transportation (excluding taxicab)11,732+/-8735.00%+/-0.412,149+/-8435.70%+/-0.4-417-3.43%
Walked2,308+/-3581.00%+/-0.24,048+/-6631.90%+/-0.3-1,740-42.98%
Other means4,619+/-6562.00%+/-0.32,376+/-4151.10%+/-0.22,24394.40%
Worked at home9,958+/-6944.20%+/-0.38,386+/-5443.90%+/-0.31,57218.75%
Mean travel time to work (minutes)39.6+/-0.4(X)(X)39.2+/-0.5(X)(X)01.02%
OCCUPATION          
Civilian employed population 16 years and over234,698+/-1,707(X)(X)212,154+/-1,752(X)(X)22,54410.63%
Management, business, science, and arts occupations102,692+/-1,58443.80%+/-0.692,444+/-1,59643.60%+/-0.710,24811.09%
Service occupations40,929+/-1,70317.40%+/-0.736,052+/-1,49717.00%+/-0.74,87713.53%
Sales and office occupations49,598+/-1,46921.10%+/-0.648,945+/-1,42623.10%+/-0.66531.33%
Natural resources, construction, and maintenance occupations21,559+/-1,2299.20%+/-0.520,703+/-1,0899.80%+/-0.58564.13%
Production, transportation, and material moving occupations19,920+/-9818.50%+/-0.414,010+/-9306.60%+/-0.45,91042.18%
INDUSTRY          
Civilian employed population 16 years and over234,698+/-1,707(X)(X)212,154+/-1,752(X)(X)22,54410.63%
Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting, and mining414+/-1410.20%+/-0.1706+/-2100.30%+/-0.1-292-41.36%
Construction20,441+/-1,1828.70%+/-0.519,187+/-1,0609.00%+/-0.51,2546.54%
Manufacturing7,099+/-6103.00%+/-0.37,575+/-6773.60%+/-0.3-476-6.28%
Wholesale trade3,628+/-4661.50%+/-0.22,862+/-4821.30%+/-0.276626.76%
Retail trade25,891+/-1,18011.00%+/-0.522,634+/-1,09710.70%+/-0.53,25714.39%
Transportation and warehousing, and utilities11,622+/-7375.00%+/-0.39,448+/-6864.50%+/-0.32,17423.01%
Information4,446+/-4571.90%+/-0.24,877+/-4852.30%+/-0.2-431-8.84%
Finance and insurance, and real estate and rental and leasing12,694+/-8205.40%+/-0.312,121+/-8405.70%+/-0.45734.73%
Professional, scientific, and management, and administrative and waste management services44,352+/-1,34918.90%+/-0.640,128+/-1,18818.90%+/-0.64,22410.53%
Educational services, and health care and social assistance43,526+/-1,62218.50%+/-0.736,691+/-1,19317.30%+/-0.66,83518.63%
Arts, entertainment, and recreation, and accommodation and food services20,531+/-1,1468.70%+/-0.516,121+/-1,0307.60%+/-0.54,41027.36%
Other services, except public administration11,865+/-7845.10%+/-0.310,653+/-9165.00%+/-0.41,21211.38%
Public administration28,189+/-1,15312.00%+/-0.529,151+/-1,17113.70%+/-0.5-962-3.30%
CLASS OF WORKER          
Civilian employed population 16 years and over234,698+/-1,707(X)(X)212,154+/-1,752(X)(X)22,54410.63%
Private wage and salary workers171,933+/-2,09873.30%+/-0.7150,861+/-1,98271.10%+/-0.721,07213.97%
Government workers52,507+/-1,48522.40%+/-0.652,454+/-1,41124.70%+/-0.6530.10%
Self-employed in own not incorporated business workers10,011+/-8054.30%+/-0.38,614+/-7024.10%+/-0.31,39716.22%
Unpaid family workers247+/-1000.10%+/-0.1225+/-1240.10%+/-0.1229.78%
INCOME & ASSISTANCE          
Median household income (dollars)$103,445+/-1,915(X)(X)$98,071+/-1,668(X)(X)$5,3745.48%
With retirement income29,877+/-89021.30%+/-0.625,766+/-65619.50%+/-0.54,11115.96%
Mean retirement income (dollars)41,577+/-1,527(X)(X)37,433+/-958(X)(X)4,14411.07%
With Supplemental Security Income3,313+/-4112.40%+/-0.32,954+/-3392.20%+/-0.335912.15%
Mean Supplemental Security Income (dollars)10,090+/-605(X)(X)8,782+/-620(X)(X)1,30814.89%
With cash public assistance income2,193+/-3231.60%+/-0.22,371+/-3571.80%+/-0.3-178-7.51%
Mean cash public assistance income (dollars)2,907+/-518(X)(X)3,376+/-624(X)(X)-469-13.89%
With Food Stamp/SNAP benefits in the past 12 months7,391+/-6175.30%+/-0.47,134+/-6535.40%+/-0.52573.60%
HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE          
Civilian noninstitutionalized population448,890+/-752(X)(X)407,658+/-834(X)(X)41,23210.11%
With health insurance coverage397,647+/-2,66988.60%+/-0.6350,843+/-2,46786.10%+/-0.646,80413.34%
With private health insurance352,493+/-3,79278.50%+/-0.8314,714+/-3,37777.20%+/-0.837,77912.00%
With public coverage85,989+/-2,50019.20%+/-0.665,819+/-2,11516.10%+/-0.520,17030.64%
No health insurance coverage51,243+/-2,63211.40%+/-0.656,815+/-2,44913.90%+/-0.6-5,572-9.81%
PERCENTAGE OF FAMILIES AND PEOPLE WHOSE INCOME IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS IS BELOW THE POVERTY LEVEL          
All people(X)(X)6.80%+/-0.5(X)(X)6.30%+/-0.5(X)(X)
Under 18 years(X)(X)9.50%+/-1.0(X)(X)8.90%+/-1.1(X)(X)
18 years and over(X)(X)5.70%+/-0.4(X)(X)5.30%+/-0.4(X)(X)
18 to 64 years(X)(X)5.80%+/-0.5(X)(X)5.50%+/-0.4(X)(X)
65 years and over(X)(X)5.40%+/-0.7(X)(X)3.10%+/-0.6(X)(X)
HOUSING TENURE          
Occupied housing units140,473+/-767(X)(X)132,442+/-803(X)(X)8,0316.06%

Owner-occupied

102,811+/-1,16573.20%+/-0.895,506+/-1,16572.10%+/-0.87,3057.65%

Renter-occupied

37,662+/-1,12026.80%+/-0.836,936+/-1,15527.90%+/-0.87261.97%
Average household size of owner-occupied unit3.28+/-0.03(X)(X)3.13+/-0.03(X)(X)04.79%
Average household size of renter-occupied unit3.07+/-0.06(X)(X)3.08+/-0.07(X)(X)0-0.32%
YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT          
Occupied housing units140,473+/-767(X)(X)132,442+/-803(X)(X)8,0316.06%
Moved in 2017 or later6,096+/-5704.30%+/-0.4(X)(X)(X)(X)(X)(X)
Moved in 2015 to 201617,598+/-82412.50%+/-0.6(X)(X)(X)(X)(X)(X)
Moved in 2010 to 201443,239+/-1,21830.80%+/-0.825,169+/-1,03119.00%+/-0.8(X)(X)
Moved in 2000 to 200946,827+/-1,08333.30%+/-0.875,795+/-1,26657.20%+/-0.9-28,968-38.22%
Moved in 1990 to 199914,844+/-62710.60%+/-0.417,506+/-77613.20%+/-0.6-2,662-15.21%
Moved in 1989 and earlier11,869+/-5988.40%+/-0.49,001+/-5166.80%+/-0.42,86831.86%
VEHICLES AVAILABLE          
Occupied housing units140,473+/-767(X)(X)132,442+/-803(X)(X)8,0316.06%
No vehicles available3,514+/-3982.50%+/-0.34,041+/-4233.10%+/-0.3-527-13.04%
1 vehicle available35,057+/-1,08925.00%+/-0.831,564+/-88923.80%+/-0.73,49311.07%
2 vehicles available59,213+/-1,26442.20%+/-0.957,825+/-1,06343.70%+/-0.81,3882.40%
3 or more vehicles available42,689+/-1,13530.40%+/-0.839,012+/-94529.50%+/-0.73,6779.43%
OCCUPANTS PER ROOM          
Occupied housing units140,473+/-767(X)(X)132,442+/-803(X)(X)8,0316.06%
1.00 or less135,857+/-97596.70%+/-0.4128,838+/-93397.30%+/-0.47,0195.45%
1.01 to 1.503,982+/-5132.80%+/-0.43,072+/-4882.30%+/-0.491029.62%
1.51 or more634+/-1710.50%+/-0.1532+/-1720.40%+/-0.110219.17%
ROOMS          
Median rooms in households7.1+/-0.1(X)(X)7.1+/-0.2(X)(X)00.00%
HOME VALUE          
Median home value (dollars)$369,300+/-3,028(X)(X)$321,400+/-2,994(X)(X)$47,90014.90%
GROSS RENT          
Median gross rent  (dollars)$1,675+/-21(X)(X)$1,477+/-22(X)(X)$19813.41%

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*For current population, housing unit, and household estimates from the county's GIS Division, visit the Quarterly Estimates page.

Sources: U.S. Census Bureau 2009-2013 and 2014-2018 American Community Survey (ACS) 5-Year Estimates.

Data retrieved from Data.census.gov

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HOW TO CITE THE DICTIONARY:

Prince William County Government (2020). Standard Data Dictionary: Version 2020. Prince William County Department of Information Technology, GIS Division. Retrieved from www.pwcgov.org/demographics

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