Marital Status

Estimated Count of Divorcees by Census Tract (2012)

Estimated Count of Divorcees by Census Tract (2012)*

People who are divorced may be raising children alone or may be experiencing loss of home or income, and may be in need of community support.

*Counts for 2012 are estimated, based on 2007-2011 rates, modified for population change in each census tract.


Estimated Count of Married Individuals by Census Tract (2012)

Estimated Count of Married Individuals by Census Tract (2012)*

Marriage confers some domestic and economic security on most couples, and has been associated with increased longevity. Note that the neighborhoods where UF students live report relatively few marriages.

*Counts are based on 2007-2011 rate, adjusted for 2012 population changes in each census tract.


Estimated Count of Seperated* Individuals by Census Tract (2012)**

Estimated Count of Separated* Individuals by Census Tract (2012)**

Separated people may be raising children alone, may be in danger of stalking or domestic violence, or may be in financially difficult situations.

*People who report themselves separated were once married, but are now living separately from their spouse.

**Counts of people who describe their marital status as “separated” are based on reported rates from 2007-2011 and adjusted for population changes in each census tract in 2012.


Estimated Count of Widowers by Census Tract (2012)

Estimated Count of Widowers by Census Tract (2012)*

People who are widowed are considered more vulnerable and potentially in more need of community support, particularly when they are elderly.

*Estimated counts are based on 2007-2011 rate, adjusted for population change in each census tract.