2015 Population Of Barangay Doña Josefa, Quezon City

Reference Number: 

2020-SR-048 (POII)

Release Date: 

Tuesday, September 29, 2020
 
The Census of Population, which is a complete enumeration of households in the country, is designed primarily to take an inventory of the population of all barangays in the Philippines as mandated by RA No. 10625 and Executive Order No. 352. It also collects information about some characteristics of the population such as age, sex, marital status, and highest grade completed.
 
This special release presents data on the population of Barangay Doña Josefa, Quezon City. Figures are based from the tabulated data of the 2015 Census of Population.
 

Total Population of Barangay Doña Josefa Reaches 2,909

 

The total population of Barangay Doña Josefa, Quezon City reached 2,909 as of August 1, 2015. This accounts for 0.1 percent of the city’s total population. The household population of Barangay Doña Josefa constituted a sum of 2,878 while the remaining 31 people belonged to the institutional population or those residing in institutional living quarters such as hotels, hospitals, orphanages, homes for the aged, jails, and military camps.
 
Of the household population, 1,329 or 46.2 percent were male while 1,549 or 53.8 percent were female. These figures resulted to a sex ratio of 86 males per 100 females.
 
Persons Aged 20 to 24 Years Comprise the Largest Age Group
 
The age-sex distribution of the population showed that persons aged 20 to 24 years comprised the largest age group, making up 11.7 percent of the household population. This was followed by those in the age groups 30 to 34 years (9.0 percent) and 15 to 19 years (8.5 percent).
 
Females outnumbered males in the age groups 0 to 54 years and in the older age groups, 55 years old and over. Refer to Table 2 for details.
 
Median Age is 33 Years
 
In 2015, the median age of the household population of Barangay Doña Josefa was 33. This means that half of the household population was younger than 33 years.This was higher than the median age of Quezon City which was 26 years.
 
Four in Five of the Household Population are of Voting Age
 
A total of 2,343 or 81.4 percent of the barangay’s household populace belonged to the voting population or those aged 18 years and over. There were more female voters (1,300 or 55.5 percent) than male voters (1,043 or 44.5 percent). Refer to Table 3 for details.
 
Senior Citizens Constitute 13.0 Percent of the Household Population
 
People who were regarded as senior citizens were those aged 60 years and over. In 2015, senior citizens made up 13.0 percent of the barangay’s household population. Among the senior citizens, females (56.0 percent) outnumbered males (44.0 percent). Refer to Table 2 for details.
 
Overall Dependency Ratio Totals 31 Dependents
 
The overall dependency ratio of Barangay Doña Josefa was 31, which indicates that for every 100 working-age population, there were about 31 dependents (19 young dependents and 12 old dependents). This was lower than the overall dependency ratio of Quezon City which was 44 dependents. Refer to Table 4 for details.
 
 
Eight Elderly for Every Nine Children Below 15 Years
 
The ageing index or the proportion of persons aged 60 years and over per 100 persons under the age of 15 years in Barangay Doña Josefa registered 88.4 percent. This translates to eight persons aged 60 years and over for every nine children under 15 years old.
 

Married Persons Tally 44.2 Percent

Of the total household population 10 years old and over, 44.2 percent was married while 44.0 percent has never been married. The rest of the population was categorized as follows: widowed (4.8 percent), common-law/live-in (4.5 percent), divorced/separated (2.5 percent), and unknown (0.1 percent). Among those who were married, a higher proportion in females (51.7 percent) than in males (48.3 percent) was recorded. Likewise, the proportion of females was higher than males among those who were widowed (79.7 percent), divorced/separated (78.1 percent), never been married (54.0 percent), and unknown (100.0 percent). The proportion of males and females with marital status common-law/live-in was the equal (50.0 percent). Refer to Table 5 for details.

 
Females Outnumber Males Among Baccalaureate Degree Holders 
 
Of the total household population 5 years old and over, 40.0 percent were baccalaureate degree holders, 25.1 percent had attended or completed high school education, 15.7 percent were college undergraduates, and 11.6 percent had attended or completed elementary school education. Among those baccalaureate degree holders, there were more females (56.4 percent) than males (43.6 percent). Refer to Table 6 for details.
 
Simple Literacy Rate is Recorded at 98.6 Percent
 
Barangay Doña Josefa recorded a literacy rate of 98.6 percent which was slightly higher than the total literacy rate of Quezon City that was at 98.3 percent. Literacy rate was higher among females (99.5 percent) than males (97.6 percent). Refer to Table 7 for details.
 
Two in Every Three Persons are Engaged in a Gainful Activity
 
Approximately two in every three persons (68.5 percent) were engaged in gainful activity during the 12 months preceding the census. Among the major occupation groups, clerical support workers comprised the largest group (20.6 percent). Workers engaged in elementary occupations came next (18.7 percent), followed by managers (18.5 percent). Refer to Table 8 for details.
 
Females Outnumber Males Among Baccalaureate Degree Holders 
 
Of the total household population 5 years old and over, 40.0 percent were baccalaureate degree holders, 25.1 percent had attended or completed high school education, 15.7 percent were college undergraduates, and 11.6 percent had attended or completed elementary school education. Among those baccalaureate degree holders, there were more females (56.4 percent) than males (43.6 percent). Refer to Table 6 for details.
 
Simple Literacy Rate is Recorded at 98.6 Percent
 
Barangay Doña Josefa recorded a literacy rate of 98.6 percent which was slightly higher than the total literacy rate of Quezon City that was at 98.3 percent. Literacy rate was higher among females (99.5 percent) than males (97.6 percent). Refer to Table 7 for details.
 
Two in Every Three Persons are Engaged in a Gainful Activity
 
Approximately two in every three persons (68.5 percent) were engaged in gainful activity during the 12 months preceding the census. Among the major occupation groups, clerical support workers comprised the largest group (20.6 percent). Workers engaged in elementary occupations came next (18.7 percent), followed by managers (18.5 percent). Refer to Table 8 for details.
 
TECHNICAL NOTES
 
The 2015 Census of Population (POPCEN 2015) was undertaken by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) in August 2015 as mandated by Republic Act No. 10625, otherwise known as the Philippine Statistics Act of 2013. It was the 14th census of population that was undertaken since the first census in 1903.  POPCEN 2015 was designed to take an inventory of the total population all over the Philippines and collect information about their characteristics. Census day for the POPCEN 2015 was August 1, 2015 (12:01 a.m.). POPCEN 2015 made use of the de jure concept of enumeration wherein households and persons are enumerated in the area where they usually reside as of the census reference date. Enumeration lasted for about 25 days, from 10 August to 6 September 2015. Enumeration was extended until 15 September 2015 for large provinces and some highly urbanized cities. 
 
Total population                                 the sum of the household population and institutional population. It also includes Filipinos in Philippine embassies,
                                                          consulates, and missions abroad 
 
Household population                        comprises of persons who belong to a household, the basic criterion of which is the usual place of residence or the
                                                          place where the person usually resides 
 
Institutional population                      the population enumerated in collective or institutional living quarters such as: dormitories/lodging houses, jails/
                                                          prisons, military camps, convents/seminaries, and mental hospitals 
 
Household                                          a social unit consisting of a person living alone or a group of persons who sleep in the same housing unit and
                                                          have a common arrangement in the preparation and consumption of food 
 
Age                                                    the interval of time between a person’s date of birth and the census reference date (1 August 2015). Expressed in
                                                          completed years (as of last birthday), it is recorded in whole number 
 
Median age                                         the age at which exactly half of the population is younger than this age and the other half is older than it 
 
Overall dependency ratio                   the ratio of persons in the dependent ages (under 15 years old and over 64 years old) to persons in the 
                                                          economically active or working ages (15 to 64 years old) in the population 
                                                         
 
Marital status                                     the personal status of each individual with reference to the marriage laws or customs of the country 
 
 
Simple literacy rate                            the proportion of persons aged 10 years and over who are able to read and write a simple message in any
                                                          language or dialect 
 
Highest grade/year completed           the highest grade or year completed in school, college or university
 
Usual activity/occupation                  the kind of job or business, which a person aged 15 years and over was engaged in most of the time during the
                                                         12 months preceding the census
 
 
 
 
 
 

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