Unmarried-Partner Households by Sex of Partners and Race and Hispanic Origin of Householder, 2000
Percent of all coupled households
The following table shows the total percent of unmarried couples, same-sex partners, and opposite-sex partners living in the United States according to race.
|Black or African American alone||16.9||1.4||15.5|
|American Indian and Alaska Native alone||17.4||1.3||16.0|
|Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander alone||12.3||1.4||10.8|
|Some other race alone||13.6||1.2||12.4|
|Two or more races||13.7||1.6||12.1|
|Hispanic or Latino||12.2||1.3||10.9|
|White alone, not Hispanic or Latino||8.1||0.9||7.2|
NOTE: Percent same-sex partners and percent opposite-sex partners may not add to total percent unmarried-partner households because of rounding.
Source: U.S. Census Burea, Census 2000.
|Singles in the United States||Marital Status||Ten Places of 100,000 or More Population with Highest Percentage of Same-Sex Partners, 2000|