2000 Census

Aklan: Population Growth Rate up to 2.05 Percent in 2000 (Results from the 2000 Census of Population and Housing, NSO)

The total population of Aklan, as of May 2000, was 451,314 persons, an increase of 40,775 persons from what was recorded in the 1995 Census of Population. This figure translated to an annual population growth rate of 2.05 percent, from 1.43 percent during the 1990 to 1995 period.

Agusan del Sur: Still the Most Populous Province in Caraga Region (Results from the 2000 Census of Population and Housing, NSO)

Agusan del Sur registered a total population of 559,294 persons in Census 2000, an increase of 44,558 persons from 1995 Census of Population. This figure translated to an annual growth rate of 1.79 percent, a sudden decrease of 2.06 percentage points from that of the 1990 to 1995 period. The number of households also rose to 103,637, compared to 95,188 households from the 1995 figure. The average household size was 5.39 persons, the same as that of 1995 but higher than the national average of five persons.

Abra: Housing Unit Occupancy Rate Nears 100%

The province of Abra registered a total population of 209,491 persons in the year 2000, an increase of 13,527 persons from the 1995 results. This figure translated to an average annual growth rate of 1.44 percent, a slight increase from the 1990 to 1995 period of 1.11 percent. The number of households also rose to 40,709, higher by 3,945 households compared to the 1995 figure. This gave an average household size of 5.1 persons, a slight decrease from 1995 (5.3) and slight increase from the national average (five persons).

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