The small town of Lauderhill, west of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is the safest place in the top 10 for property crimes. Just a few weeks ago, we reported on two surveys released in connection with the number of violent crime incidents in Broward County, Florida, near Fort Lauderville. In 2012, Lauder Hill had the second highest crime rate in South Florida, behind Miami-Dade, with 12th overall and 13th overall in Florida in terms of property crimes per 100,000 residents.
The next highest in terms of population density was Fort Lauderdale, with a population of 1.5 million people per 100,000. The largest is in Broward County, Florida, with 1,826,500 residents, and is the largest in the state of Florida with an average of 2.8 crimes per 1 million residents per year. It is also the second highest in South Florida in terms of property crime, behind Miami-Dade, but larger than any other county in Florida.
Lauderhill is 23.7% higher in the percentage of people who are single for any reason (51%), compared to the US average of 50%. It is also 27.5% higher in the number of single people per 100,000 inhabitants, compared to the average for the total population divided by singles who have never married, divorced or widowed in the area. Lauderhill is also about 2.8 times larger in population density, with 1,826,500 inhabitants per million inhabitants, compared to the percentage of the population born in this country, and 3.6 times larger than the national average.
The percentage of the population born in this country in the Lauderdale Lakes area is 1.2 times higher than the national average, while it is 3.5 times higher for children born outside the country and 2.3 times lower for the total population. Compared to Florida, Lauderhill is about twice as large and provides more information about non-citizens of all ages, as the comparison of the median age of citizens and immigrants shows. Unmarried mothers in poverty (based on the definition of median household income) and those who gave birth within the last 12 months are also broken down by age group. The average age of unmarried mothers is 18.4 years, the highest of any area in Florida and the highest in Broward County, Florida.
Lauderhill has a teen birth rate of 2%, above the national average of 1.5% and lower than Broward County's 2.7%.
The most important results in this chart are: Lauderhill, Florida, has a percentage of single women between 18 and 24 and ranks first in the state with a rate of 1.5%, less than Broward County with 2.7%. Lauder Hill, Florida, has 30% of the total population and ranks third among Florida counties in terms of total single parent households, above the national average of 29.6% and higher than Miami-Dade County (28.4%) and Broward (27.3%). Lauder Hillers in Florida have a share of single men between 18 and 29 years of age and total 28% (out of 5 in total), which is below the national average (30.1%) and lower in percentage terms than Florida's overall population.
Lauderhill, Fla., has the highest proportion of women who have never been married and ranks second in the state with a rate of 1.5%, less than Broward County with 2.7%. Lauder Hillers in Florida has a share of single men between 18 and 29 years and a total of 28% (out of 5), which is below the national average (30.1%) and higher than Miami-Dade County (28.3%). Lauderhill Florida, which has a percentage of unmarried women aged 25 to 34, ranks third among Florida counties in terms of total single parent numbers, higher in percentage terms than Florida's total population (29.6%) and lower in percentage terms for the District as a whole (27.4% of the total population, lower than Fort Lauderdale - Palm Beach County and Miami, Florida) than the national average of 32.2% and the number of men who have never married (26.8% throughout Florida).
Figure 10 shows the percentage of non-Hispanic whites in Lauderhill, Florida, which includes both Hispanics and whites. The only major city is Roosevelt Gardens (CDP 51), and it is not specified whether or not the population of Lauder Hill is racially diverse in terms of race, ethnicity, religion, age, gender, or sexual orientation. Figure 11 compares the ratio of the number of men to the number of women and shows the number of single parents per 1,000 men and women. Demographic breakdown for age groups, broken down by age group in the LauderHill metro area, is presented in demographic breakdown.
When the white unmarried birth rate is sorted, Lauderhill, Fla., has the second-highest number of single parents per 1,000 women in the metro area. It has one of the highest single parent birth rates of any metropolitan area in Florida, with 16.2, and the third highest rate of unplanned births of any metro area in South Florida.