How many households are there in the US?
2007 estimate: 111,162,259
2008 estimate: 112,362,848
2009 estimate: 113,567,967
2010 estimate: 114,825,428
As of 2006, the US Census Bureau reports a total of 77,402,000 family households. (The remainder are termed "non-family" households). Of this 77.4 million households, 30,201,000 do not have children of their own. 47,201,000 have children of their own. I did not research the number of households with someone else's children (for instance, relatives raising children, foster homes, etc.).
The 2007 US Census says there were about 291M people in the US, with an average of 2.6 persons per household. That makes about 112 Million HOUSHOLDS in the US. Not quite families, maybe... This document: http://www.census.gov/prod/2001pubs/c2kbr01-8.pdf is from the 2000 Census. It says there are a total of 105.5 million households including 71.8 million family households, or 68.1% of total households. It goes on to break the family households into "married-couple", "female householder, no…
According to the US Government 2010 digital transition survey there were 1,261,325 TV households in Puerto Rico. According to the 2010 census there are 1,480,330 total households in Puerto Rico. This means that 85% of Puerto Ricans have at least one TV in their house. 98.5% of US households (50 states combined) have a TV.
About 12mm households. I used a census report which indicated the percentage of unmarried households and the number, and then derived the total. also, if there are a bit over 100mm households in the US and a population of 350mm, then you can assume CA is about the same and use 1/3rd the population as a rough estimate of households in any geography that's big enough to mirror the total US. since the population of…
According to the US Census Bureau in 2005: 6% of those in the labor force with eanrnings who were 25 years of age or older had six figure incomes. 17% of households had six figure incomes in 2005. The difference in figures is largely the result of dual-earner households. Roughly three quarters, 75%, of US households with six figure incomes had two or more income earners.
Not nearly enough. Actually, some studies show that as many as 40 percent of the people that die in the US have no life insurance at all, and over 50 million people in the US are under insured or don't own their insurance. Three in four middle-market households (households with incomes between $35,000 and $124,999) have some life insurance, but 3 in 10 admit they do not have enough coverage.