Overall household size in Regina is larger than the city average, a trend that has been consistent since 1980. In 1990 in Regina, household size peaked at three people
Between 1980 and 2000, the number of family households decreased. At the same time, the number of households where non-related individuals lived together continued to increase. For the same period, single-person households under age 65 increased and single-person households over age 65 decreased.
Overall the percentage of householders living alone in Regina was higher in 2000 than it was in1980 and 1990. Historically, the neighborhood has had a lower percentage of householders living alone than citywide.
Between 1980 and 2000 Regina had lower levels of seniors living alone than Minneapolis had. While the citywide averages remained stable during this time, the percentages of seniors living alone in the neighborhood rose consistently, even though the total numbers have dropped.
In both Minneapolis and Regina, the percentage of families with children under 18 rose between 1980 and 1990. In 2000, however, this proportion increased slightly in Minneapolis, while dropping to the 1980 level in Regina. That put the proportion of families with children under 18 lower in Regina than in the city.
Last updated Sep. 27, 2011