Family and Living Arrangements, Alachua County

       
COUNTYSTATE
IndicatorMeasureYear(s)Quartile 
(Most to Least Favorable)
1234
CountPercent/ RateCountPercent/ Rate
Family and Living Arrangements2
Percent2016-20 4
11,041
30.4
1,040,208
24.4
Percent2016-20 2
16,950
58.4
1,690,179
59.5
Percent2016-20 2
20,528
54.1
2,413,547
55.5
Percent2016-20
2,023
1.4
146,197
1.1
Language and Education, Aged 65 and Older2
Percent2016-20 1
3,449
9.1
605,581
13.9
Percent2016-20 4
9,054
23.8
1,312,317
30.2
Percent2016-20
6,935
18.3
850,521
19.6
Percent2016-20
3,486
9.2
315,700
7.3
Percent2016-20
6,628
17.5
709,766
16.3
Percent2016-20
8,416
22.2
554,027
12.7
Percent2020
90.7
79.1
Percent2020
3.9
14.3
Percent2020
5.4
6.6
Count2016-20 3
1,937
5.1
553,613
12.7
Poverty, Aged 55-64 Years2
Percent2016-20 2
3,543
12.3
331,586
11.8
Percent2016-20 2
5,424
18.8
538,543
19.1
Percent2016-20 2
10,043
27.1
1,271,594
29.7
Poverty, Aged 65 and Older2
Percent2016-20 2
3,196
8.6
449,955
10.5
Percent2016-20 2
6,893
18.6
857,369
20.0
Percent2016-20 2
10,043
27.1
1,271,594
29.7
Percent2016-20
19.3
27.2
Percent2016-20
57.2
59.5
Food Availability
Count2016-20
3,622
449,624
Percent2019 4
92.0
84.5
Percent2019 4
81.1
49.9
Percent2019 4
12.0
0.4
Transportation4
Percent2020
42,338
101.4
4,242,989
98.7
Percent2020
30,889
100.8
3,010,355
89.9
Percent2020
6,940
78.7
772,119
66.2
Veterans2
Percent2020
5,901
16.9
620,245
15.8
Percent2020
1,221
26.7
145,662
25.0
Percent2020
5,722
36.5
587,678
32.6
Percent2020
1,179
70.3
141,303
60.2
Percent2020
179
0.9
32,571
1.5
Percent2020
43
1.5
4,348
1.2
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Data Note(s)


FLHealthCharts.gov is provided by the Florida Department of Health, Division of Public Health Statistics and Performance Management.

Data Notes:

  • Data are based on county of residence.

  • Quartiles are calculated when data is available for at least 51 counties.

  • If cells are blank, data are not available.

  • Data are suppressed when there are 1 to 4 hospitalizations or emergency department visits in a year.

  • Percent licensed drivers by age group is the proportion of people by age group with a Florida driver’s license divided by the estimated population for that age group. In some cases, the result is greater than 100%.

  • The leading causes of death presented in this report are the most frequently occurring causes of death among Florida residents aged 65 years and older.

Data Sources:

  • 1 Florida Legislature, Office of Economic and Demographic Research, midyear (July 1) population estimates

  • 2 United States Bureau of the Census, American Community Survey, 5-year estimates

  • 3 U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)

  • 4 Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles

  • 5 Florida Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Florida Department of Health

  • 6 Florida Department of Health, Division of Medical Quality Assurance

  • 7 Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)

  • 8 Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA)

  • 9 Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Silver Alert Monthly Reports

  • 10 Florida Department of Elder Affairs, Profile of Older Floridians

  • 11 Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics