Cherokee ( Kansas )

County of Cherokee information are available about the following places, ordered by kind:

Airport Bridge Building Cemetery Church Civil Dam Lake Locale Park Plain Populated Place Reservoir School Spring Stream Summit Tower

Please find listed in what follows eighty-one statistical data about the County of Cherokee compared with those of the Kansas state and those of the whole USA. Values are grouped by categories:

County of Cherokee (Kansas) Population data

Resident total population estimate (July 1) 2006 = 21,451

Resident population (April 1) 2000 (complete count) = 22,605

Resident total population estimate, net change - April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2006 = -1,152 abitanti

Resident total population estimate, percent change - April 1, 2000 to July 1, 2006 = -5.1%

County of Cherokee (Kansas) Geography data

Land area, 2000 (square miles) = 587.12

Persons per square mile, 2000 = 38.50

County of Cherokee (Kansas) Population data by age

Resident population under 5 years of age (July 1) 2006 = 1,274

Resident population under 5 years of age, percent (July 1) 2006

Cherokee 5.9%

Kansas 7.0%

USA 6.8%

Resident population under 18 years of age (July 1) 2006 = 5,217

Resident population under 18 years of age, percent (July 1) 2006

Cherokee 24.3%

Kansas 25.2%

USA 24.6%

Resident Population 65 years and over (July 1) 2006 = 3,235

Resident population 65 years and over, percent (July 1) 2006

Cherokee 15.1%

Kansas 12.9%

USA 12.4%

County of Cherokee (Kansas) Population data by sex

Resident population total females, percent (July 1) 2006 = 51.0%

Resident population total females, percent (July 1) 2006

Cherokee 51.0%

Kansas 50.4%

USA 50.7%

Resident population total males, percent (July 1) 2006 = 49%

Resident population total males, percent (July 1) 2006

Cherokee 49%

Kansas 49.6%

USA 49.3%

County of Cherokee (Kansas) Miscellanea

Civilian noninstitutionalized population, 5 years and over, with a disability 2000 (sample) = 4,752

Mean travel time to work (minutes), workers age 16+, 2000 = 20 minutes.

County of Cherokee (Kansas) Population data by races

Resident population White alone (July 1) 2006 = 19,690

Resident population White alone, percent (July 1) 2006

Cherokee 91.8%

Kansas 89.1%

USA 80.1%

Resident population Black alone (July 1) 2006 = 157

Resident population Black alone, percent (July 1) 2006

Cherokee 0.7%

Kansas 6.0%

USA 12.8%

Resident population American Indian and Alaska Native alone (July 1) 2006 = 813

Resident population American Indian and Alaska Native alone, percent (July 1) 2006

Cherokee 3.8%

Kansas 1.0%

USA 1.0%

Resident population Asian alone (July 1) 2006 = 103

Resident population Asian alone, percent (July 1) 2006

Cherokee 0.5%

Kansas 2.2%

USA 4.4%

Resident population Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone (July 1) 2006 = 15

Resident population Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone, percent (July 1) 2006

Cherokee 0.1%

Kansas 0.1%

USA 0.2%

Resident population Two or more races (July 1) 2006 = 673

Resident population Two or more races, percent (July 1) 2006

Cherokee 3.1%

Kansas 1.7%

USA 1.6%

Resident population Hispanic or Latino Origin (July 1) 2006 = 260

Resident population Hispanic or Latino Origin, percent (July 1) 2006

Cherokee 1.2%

Kansas 8.6%

USA 14.8%

Resident population Not Hispanic, White alone (July 1) 2006 = 19,450

Resident population Not Hispanic, White alone, percent (July 1) 2006 = 90.7%

Resident population Not Hispanic, White alone, percent (July 1) 2006

Cherokee 90.7%

Kansas 81.1%

USA 66.4%

County of Cherokee (Kansas) More population data

Births 2004 = 226

Deaths 2004 = 262

Infant deaths under one year 2004 = 2

Population 5 years and over by residence in 1995 - percent in same house 2000 (sample) = 58.4%

Population 5 years and over by residence in 1995 - percent in same house 2000 (sample)

Cherokee 58.4%

Kansas 52.4%

USA 54.1%

Percent foreign born population 2000 (sample) = 0.8%

Percent foreign born population 2000 (sample)

Cherokee 0.8%

Kansas 5.0%

USA 11.1%

Population 5 years and over, percent speaking language other than English at home 2000 (sample) = 2.2%

Population 5 years and over, percent speaking language other than English at home 2000 (sample)

Cherokee 2.2%

Kansas 8.7%

USA 17.9%

County of Cherokee (Kansas) Incomes data (NAICS - North American Industry Classification System)

Personal Income (NAICS) 2005 = Mil.$ 541

Per capita personal income (NAICS) 2005 = $ 25,188

County of Cherokee (Kansas) Housing data

Housing unit estimates as of July 1, 2006 = 10,347

Housing unit estimates - net change, April 1, 2000 (base) to July 1, 2006 = 316

Housing unit estimates - percent change, April 1, 2000 (base) to July 1, 2006 = 3.2%

Housing unit estimates - percent change, April 1, 2000 (base) to July 1, 2006

Cherokee 3.2%

Kansas 6.8%

USA 9.0%

Owner-occupied housing units - percent of total occupied housing units 2000 (complete count) = 76.1%

Owner-occupied housing units - percent of total occupied housing units 2000 (complete count)

Cherokee 76.1%

Kansas 69.2%

USA 66.2%

Median value of specified owner-occupied housing units 2000 (sample) = $ 46,900

Housing units by units in structure - multiple units 2000 (sample) = 4%

Housing units by units in structure - multiple units 2000 (sample)

Cherokee 4%

Kansas 18%

USA 26%

County of Cherokee (Kansas) Households data

Households 2000 (complete count) = 8,875

Persons per household 2000 (complete count) = 2.51

Per capita income in 1999 = $ 14,710

Median household income 2004 = $ 33,151

People of all ages in poverty - percent 2004 = 15.6%

People of all ages in poverty - percent 2004

Cherokee 15.6%

Kansas 11.1%

USA 12.7%

County of Cherokee (Kansas) Educational attainment

Educational attainment - persons 25 years and over - percent high school graduate or higher 2000 = 80.3%

Educational attainment - persons 25 years and over - percent high school graduate or higher 2000

Cherokee 80.3%

Kansas 86.0%

USA 80.4%

Educational attainment - persons 25 years and over - percent bachelor's degree or higher 2000 = 11.3%

Educational attainment - persons 25 years and over - percent bachelor's degree or higher 2000

Cherokee 11.3%

Kansas 25.8%

USA 24.4%

County of Cherokee (Kansas) Labor and Employment

Civilian labor force 2006 = 10,969

Civilian labor force unemployment 2006 = 564

Civilian labor force unemployment rate 2006 = 5.1%

Civilian labor force unemployment rate 2006

Cherokee 5.1%

Kansas 4.5%

USA 4.6%

Employment in all industries (NAICS) 2005 = 12,136

Employment in all industries (NAICS), net change 2000(SIC)- 2005 = 1,652

Employment in government and government enterprises (NAICS) 2005 = 1,485

Earnings in all industries (NAICS, no code) 2005 (thousands dollars) = $ 294,267

Earnings in all industries (NAICS, no code), average earnings per job 2005 (in thousands dollars) = $ 24,247

Private nonfarm establishments 2005 = 354

Private nonfarm employment for pay period including March 12, 2005 = 4,789

Private nonfarm employment for pay period including March 12, 2005, percent change 2000-2005 = -8.0%

Private nonfarm employment for pay period including March 12, 2005, percent change 2000-2005

Cherokee -8.0%

Kansas -1.1%

USA 2.0%

Nonemployer: total (NAICS 00) establishments, 2005 = 1,227

Accommodation and Food Services: total (NAICS 72) - sales of establishments with payroll 2002 (thousands dollars) = $ 8,813

Total number of firms 2002 = 1,521

Total Black-owned firms of 100 or more, percent 2002 = Less than 100 firms: percentage not available

Total American Indian-and Alaska Native-owned firms of 100 or more, percent 2002 = Less than 100 firms: percentage not available

Total Asian-owned firms of 100 or more, percent 2002 = Less than 100 firms: percentage not available

Total Hispanic-owned firms of 100 or more, percent 2002 = Less than 100 firms: percentage not available

Total Native Hawaiian-and Other Pacific Islander-owned firms of 100 or more, percent 2002 = Less than 100 firms: percentage not available

Total women-owned firms of 100 or more, percent 2002 = Less than 100 firms: percentage not available

Manufacturing: total (NAICS 31-33) - value of shipments 2002 (thousands dollars) = $ 340,728

Wholesale trade: total (NAICS 42) - sales of establishments with payroll 2002 = $ 168,563

Retail trade: total (NAICS 44-45) - sales of establishments with payroll 2002 = $ 98,072

Retail trade: total (NAICS 44-45) - sales of establishments with payroll per capita 2002 = $ 4,454

New private housing units authorized by building permits - total 2006 (20,000-place universe) = 7

Valuation of new private housing units authorized by building permits 2006 (20,000-place universe) (thousands dollars) = $ 425

Land in farms (NAICS) 2002(acres)(not adjusted) = 290,552

Federal Government expenditure - total FY 2004 (thousands dollars) = $ 132,318

Federal Government expenditure per capita FY 2004 = $ 6,028

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