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DEMOGRAPHIC REPORT 3 Subject North Carolina Fayetteville city, North Carolina Estimate Margin of Error Percent Percent Margin of Error Estimat e Margin of Error Percent Percent Margin of Error family With own children under 18 years 293,665 +/-3,478 7.9% +/-0.1 9,211 +/-588 12.0% +/-0.7 Nonfamily households 1,242,677 +/-5,734 33.4% +/-0.2 26,893 +/-985 35.0% +/-1.1 Householder living alone 1,033,896 +/-6,263 27.8% +/-0.2 22,638 +/-953 29.5% +/-1.1 65 years and over 353,720 +/-4,744 9.5% +/-0.1 5,699 +/-396 7.4% +/-0.5 Households with one or more people under 18 years 1,213,257 +/-8,698 32.7% +/-0.2 27,336 +/-739 35.6% +/-0.9 Households with one or more people 65 years and over 913,760 +/-4,174 24.6% +/-0.1 14,541 +/-453 18.9% +/-0.6 Average household size 2.53 +/-0.01 (X) (X) 2.48 +/-0.03 (X) (X) Average family size 3.09 +/-0.01 (X) (X) 3.09 +/-0.04 (X) (X) RELATIONSHIP Population in households 9,395,519 ***** 9,395,519 (X) 190,350 +/-853 190,350 (X) Householder 3,715,565 +/-9,398 39.5% +/-0.1 76,766 +/-885 40.3% +/-0.4 Spouse 1,802,804 +/-11,581 19.2% +/-0.1 31,880 +/-802 16.7% +/-0.4 Child 2,780,792 +/-9,899 29.6% +/-0.1 59,748 +/-1,077 31.4% +/-0.5 Other relatives 596,437 +/-9,362 6.3% +/-0.1 12,361 +/-849 6.5% +/-0.4 Nonrelatives 499,921 +/-9,457 5.3% +/-0.1 9,595 +/-794 5.0% +/-0.4 Unmarried partner 194,501 +/-3,271 2.1% +/-0.1 3,357 +/-398 1.8% +/-0.2