These data tables present a large number of indicators based on Census 2000 reflecting the characteristics and circumstances of children ages 0-17 in immigrant families by country or region of origin and in native-born families by race-ethnicity. Estimates are for the U.S. and specific geographic localities including states and the District of Columbia, metropolitan areas, New York City, California counties and the Great Valley, and the Texas-Mexican border region.  Selected results also are presented for specific age groups, and by immigrant generation.  A smaller set of indicators is presented for youth ages 18-22.

 To download Nation-wide data, click US map button next

 To download States data including rural data, click State map button  next

 To download Metropolitan Areas data, click MSAs map button next

 To download New York City data, click NYC map button next

These indicators were developed and calculated by Donald J. Hernandez, Nancy A. Denton, and Suzanne E. Macartney, who bear sole responsibility for the estimates.  The generous support of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the Foundation for Child Development and the William T. Grant Foundation are gratefully acknowledged.















back to top