Selected General Characteristics of 1995 to 2000 Migrants & Non-Movers
Leake MS
In Migration Out Migration Net Non Movers
Number
Percent
Number
Percent
Migration
Number
Percent
Total 2,672   2,304   368 16,780  
Gender:              
Male 1,447 54.2% 1,104 47.9% 343 8,130 48.5%
Female 1,225 45.8% 1,200 52.1% 25 8,650 51.5%
Race:              
White alone 1,599 59.8% 1,297 56.3% 302 9,471 56.4%
Black or African American alone 881 33.0% 741 32.2% 140 6,395 38.1%
American Indian and Alaska Native alone 69 2.6% 159 6.9% -90 577 3.4%
Asian alone 7 0.3% 0 0.0% 7 35 0.2%
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 12 0.1%
Some other race alone 62 2.3% 78 3.4% -16 91 0.5%
Two or more races 54 2.0% 29 1.3% 25 199 1.2%
Hispanic or Latino and race:              
Hispanic or Latino (any race) 110 4.1% 104 4.5% 6 229 1.4%
White alone, not Hispanic or Latino 1,581 59.2% 1,271 55.2% 310 9,392 56.0%
Other race, not Hispanic or Latino 981 36.7% 929 40.3% 52 7,159 42.7%
Age Groups:              
5 to 9 years 254 9.5% 279 12.1% -25 1,439 8.6%
10 to 14 years 155 5.8% 175 7.6% -20 1,362 8.1%
15 to 19 years 210 7.9% 178 7.7% 32 1,355 8.1%
20 to 24 years 372 13.9% 356 15.5% 16 1,145 6.8%
25 to 29 years 321 12.0% 264 11.5% 57 1,021 6.1%
30 to 34 years 270 10.1% 193 8.4% 77 1,049 6.3%
35 to 39 years 161 6.0% 169 7.3% -8 1,270 7.6%
40 to 44 years 193 7.2% 111 4.8% 82 1,297 7.7%
45 to 49 years 129 4.8% 138 6.0% -9 1,346 8.0%
50 to 54 years 171 6.4% 76 3.3% 95 1,055 6.3%
Selected General Characteristics of 1995 to 2000 Migrants & Non-Movers
Leake MS
In Migration Out Migration Net Non Movers
Number
Percent
Number
Percent
Migration
Number
Percent
Age Groups (continued):              
55 to 59 years 120 4.5% 114 4.9% 6 908 5.4%
60 to 64 years 84 3.1% 53 2.3% 31 724 4.3%
65 to 69 years 86 3.2% 35 1.5% 51 767 4.6%
70 to 74 years 34 1.3% 37 1.6% -3 876 5.2%
75 to 79 years 51 1.9% 39 1.7% 12 446 2.7%
80 to 84 years 21 0.8% 8 0.3% 13 329 2.0%
85 years and over 40 1.5% 79 3.4% -39 391 2.3%
Educational Attainment (Population age 25 years and over):
Less than 9th grade 147 8.7% 152 11.6% -5 1,498 13.0%
9th - 12th grade, no diploma 325 19.3% 285 21.7% 40 2,749 23.9%
High school graduate or equivalency 500 29.7% 293 22.3% 207 3,690 32.1%
Some college, no degree 349 20.8% 301 22.9% 48 1,799 15.7%
Associate degree 95 5.7% 82 6.2% 13 482 4.2%
Bachelor's degree 172 10.2% 108 8.2% 64 858 7.5%
Graduate or professional degree 93 5.5% 95 7.2% -2 403 3.5%
Household Types (HH population age 5 years and over):
Married-couple family HH with children under 18 970 43.3% 750 37.3% 220 6,330 38.4%
Married-couple family HH without children under 18 470 21.0% 270 13.4% 200 4,110 25.0%
Other family households with children under 18 450 20.1% 480 23.9% -30 3,020 18.3%
Other family households without children under 18 40 1.8% 90 4.5% -50 1,090 6.6%
Non-family households 310 13.8% 420 20.9% -110 1,920 11.7%
Household Income in 1999 (HH population age 5 years and over):
Under $25,000 790 35.3% 930 46.3% -140 6,700 40.7%
$25,000 to $49,999 780 34.8% 680 33.8% 100 5,660 34.4%
$50,000 to $74,999 380 17.0% 270 13.4% 110 2,370 14.4%
$75,000 to $99,999 170 7.6% 90 4.5% 80 860 5.2%
$100,000 to $199,999 50 2.2% 60 3.0% -10 720 4.4%
$200,000 or more 70 3.1% 0 0.0% 70 150 0.9%
Selected General Characteristics of 1995 to 2000 Migrants & Non-Movers
Leake MS
In Migration Out Migration Net Non Movers
Number
Percent
Number
Percent
Migration
Number
Percent
Income of Persons in 1999 (Population age 16 and over):
No income 562 25.3% 222 12.4% 340 2,076 15.2%
less than $4,999 260 11.7% 212 11.9% 48 1,521 11.1%
$5,000 - $9,999 318 14.3% 272 15.2% 46 2,459 18.0%
$10,000 - $14,999 205 9.2% 328 18.3% -123 1,811 13.2%
$15,000 - $19,999 155 7.0% 200 11.2% -45 1,587 11.6%
$20,000 - $24,999 139 6.3% 151 8.4% -12 1,016 7.4%
$25,000 - $34,999 297 13.4% 168 9.4% 129 1,559 11.4%
$35,000 - $49,999 170 7.7% 137 7.7% 33 921 6.7%
$50,000 - $74,999 45 2.0% 80 4.5% -35 479 3.5%
$75,000 - $99,999 33 1.5% 8 0.4% 25 106 0.8%
$100,000 and over 38 1.7% 11 0.6% 27 147 1.1%
Labor Force Status (Population age 16 and over):              
Employed 1,042 46.9% 950 53.1% 92 6,708 49.0%
Unemployed 84 3.8% 148 8.3% -64 508 3.7%
Armed forces 2 0.1% 30 1.7% -28 9 0.1%
Not in labor force 1,094 49.2% 661 36.9% 433 6,457 47.2%
Occupation (Employed civilian population age 16 and over):
Management, professional & related occupations :
Management business and financial 75 7.2% 100 10.5% -25 794 11.8%
Professional and related 214 20.5% 247 26.0% -33 864 12.9%
Service occupations :
Protective service 28 2.7% 22 2.3% 6 61 0.9%
Other service 151 14.5% 129 13.6% 22 772 11.5%
Sales & office occupations :
Sales and related 118 11.3% 92 9.7% 26 603 9.0%
Office and administrative support 99 9.5% 69 7.3% 30 855 12.7%
Farming fishing and forestry occupations 20 1.9% 14 1.5% 6 170 2.5%
Construction, extractions & maintenance occupations :
Construction and extraction 81 7.8% 62 6.5% 19 530 7.9%
Installation maintenance and repair 32 3.1% 30 3.2% 2 349 5.2%
Selected General Characteristics of 1995 to 2000 Migrants & Non-Movers
Leake MS
In Migration Out Migration Net Non Movers
Number
Percent
Number
Percent
Migration
Number
Percent
Occupation (continued):              
Production, transportation & material moving occupations :
Production 145 13.9% 125 13.2% 20 1,090 16.2%
Transportation and material moving 79 7.6% 60 6.3% 19 620 9.2%
Industry (Employed civilian population age 16 and over):
Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting 42 4.0% 35 3.7% 7 516 7.7%
Mining 17 1.6% 8 0.8% 9 164 2.4%
Construction 71 6.8% 60 6.3% 11 571 8.5%
Manufacturing 239 22.9% 162 17.1% 77 1,583 23.6%
Wholesale trade 39 3.7% 12 1.3% 27 168 2.5%
Retail trade 104 10.0% 99 10.4% 5 759 11.3%
Transportation, warehousing, and utilities 57 5.5% 33 3.5% 24 427 6.4%
Information 11 1.1% 0 0.0% 11 58 0.9%
Finance, insurance, real estate, and rental and leasing 45 4.3% 48 5.1% -3 361 5.4%
Prof., sci., mgmt, admin. & waste mgmt services 76 7.3% 91 9.6% -15 120 1.8%
Educational, health, and social services 229 22.0% 239 25.2% -10 1,184 17.7%
Arts, ent., rec., accommodation, & food services 56 5.4% 67 7.1% -11 345 5.1%
Other services (except public administration) 22 2.1% 43 4.5% -21 207 3.1%
Public administration 34 3.3% 53 5.6% -19 245 3.7%
Marital Status (Population age 15 and over):              
Now married (except separated) 1,251 55.3% 819 44.3% 432 7,670 54.9%
Widowed 120 5.3% 181 9.8% -61 1,425 10.2%
Divorced 233 10.3% 176 9.5% 57 1,365 9.8%
Separated 132 5.8% 45 2.4% 87 331 2.4%
Never married 527 23.3% 629 34.0% -102 3,188 22.8%
Poverty Status in 1999 (Population for whom determined):              
Family income in 1999 below poverty level 473 21.2% 556 28.2% -83 3,749 22.8%
Family income in 1999 at or above poverty level 1,754 78.8% 1,415 71.8% 339 12,673 77.2%
Selected General Characteristics of 1995 to 2000 Migrants & Non-Movers
Leake MS
In Migration Out Migration Net Non Movers
Number
Percent
Number
Percent
Migration
Number
Percent
Nativity by Year of Entry:              
Native 2,568 96.1% 2,220 96.4% 348 16,603 98.9%
Foreign born, naturalized citizen: 5 0.2% 8 0.3% -3 87 0.5%
1995-2000 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 43 0.3%
1990-1994 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 18 0.1%
1980-1989 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 5 0.0%
1970-1979 0 0.0% 8 0.3% -8 0 0.0%
1960-1969 5 0.2% 0 0.0% 5 21 0.1%
1950-1959 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
Before 1950 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
Foreign born, non-U.S. citizen: 99 3.7% 76 3.3% 23 90 0.5%
1995-2000 47 1.8% 63 2.7% -16 27 0.2%
1990-1994 24 0.9% 6 0.3% 18 57 0.3%
1980-1989 20 0.7% 7 0.3% 13 0 0.0%
1970-1979 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 6 0.0%
1960-1969 8 0.3% 0 0.0% 8 0 0.0%
1950-1959 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
Before 1950 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
Tenure and Group Quarters:              
Owner-occupied housing unit 1,220 45.7% 1,140 49.5% 80 13,740 81.9%
Renter-occupied housing unit 1,030 38.5% 880 38.2% 150 2,710 16.2%
Group quarters 440 16.5% 290 12.6% 150 330 2.0%

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000, Migration DVD, issued October 2003.
Notes: Universe is the population 5 years and over unless otherwise stated. Net migration is equal to in-migration minus out-migration. Non-movers did
not change county of residence, but may have changed housing location within the same county.
Prepared by the Policy Research Institute, The University of Kansas, email: pri@ku.edu