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Republic of the Philippines

National Statistics Office


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REPORT NO. 1-J E
2010 CENSUS G
OF POPULATION I
AND HOUSING
POPULATION BY
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CITY/MUNICIPALITY
BARANGAY N
CENTRAL VISAYAS
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CITATION:

National Statistics Office, 2010 Census of Population and Housing


Report No. 1- J REGION VII – CENTRAL VISAYAS
Population by Province, City/Municipality, and Barangay
April 2012

ISSN 0117-1453
2010 Census of Population and Housing

Report No. 1 – J
Population by Province, City/Municipality, and Barangay

REGION VII
CENTRAL VISAYAS
REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

HIS EXCELLENCY
PRESIDENT BENIGNO S. AQUINO III

NATIONAL STATISTICAL COORDINATION BOARD

Honorable Cayetano W. Paderanga Jr.


Chairperson

NATIONAL STATISTICS OFFICE

Carmelita N. Ericta
Administrator

Paula Monina G. Collado


Deputy Administrator

Socorro D. Abejo
Director III, Household Statistics Department

ISSN 0117-1453
FOREWORD

The 2010 Census of Population and Housing (2010 CPH) Report No. 1 is one of
several publications designed to disseminate the results of the 2010 CPH. This report
presents the population by province, city or municipality and barangay based on the
2010 CPH. This information will be useful for the formulation of the social and economic
development policies, plans and programs of the Government. These are also important
for purposes of the calculation of Internal Revenue Allocation, determination of number
of congressional districts, and creation or conversion of various administrative
geographic units.

The 2010 CPH is the 13th census of population and the 6th census of housing that
was conducted in the country since the first census undertaken in 1903. It was designed
to take an inventory of the total population and housing units in the country and collect
information about their characteristics as of the reference period May 1, 2010.

The 2010 CPH data were gathered through house-to-house visit and interview of
a responsible member of every household visited. The data processing of the results of
the 2010 CPH utilized a combination of Optical Mark Reader (OMR) technology and
data encoding. The 2010 CPH results on population counts underwent careful
evaluation for reasonableness and consistency with expected demographic patterns
and trends in accordance with evaluation procedures of international standards.
Unusual changes and deviations of 2010 CPH population counts and related indicators
from expected patterns and trends were field-verified.

The successful completion of the 2010 CPH would not have been possible
without the unwavering support and services rendered by the local and national officials,
government and private agencies, media, and non-government organizations. We
acknowledge with gratitude the census coordinating boards at the national, regional,
provincial, city, and municipal levels in ensuring agency logistic support and assistance,
the dedication of teachers from the Department of Education, the hired census
personnel, and our very own NSO personnel who acted as census enumerators and
supervisors, and the cooperation of the general populace. The NSO extends its deep
appreciation of their support to this important undertaking.

CARMELITA N. ERICTA
Administrator

Manila, Philippines
April 2012
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Contents

Foreword v
Proclamation vii

Explanatory Note xi
Introduction xi
Content and Coverage of this Report xi
Authority to Conduct the 2010 CPH xi
Coordination for the 2010 CPH xii
Definition of Terms and Concepts xiii
Method of Enumeration xviii
Sampling Scheme xx

Map of Region VII – Central Visayas xxi


Highlights of the Philippine Population xxiii
Highlights of Region VII – Central Visayas Population xxvi

Summary Table:
A. Population and Annual Growth Rates for the Philippines and Its Regions, Provinces,
and Highly Urbanized Cities Based on 1990, 2000, and 2010 Censuses xxix
B. Population and Annual Growth Rates by Province, City, and Municipality
Region VII – Central Visayas xxxii
C. Total Population, Household Population, Number of Households, and Average
Household Size by Region, Province, and Highly Urbanized City:
Philippines, 2010 xxxv
Total Population, Household Population, and Number of Households by Barangay:
Bohol 1
Cebu (excluding Cebu City, Lapu-Lapu City and Mandaue City) 32
Cebu City 63
Lapu-Lapu City 66
Mandaue City 67
Negros Oriental 68
Siquijor 84

Appendices

A Commonwealth Act No. 591 – An Act Creating a Bureau of the Census and
Statistics to Consolidate Statistical Activities of the Government Therein 91

B Batas Pambansa Blg 72 – An Act Providing for the Taking of an Integrated


Census Every Ten Years Beginning in the Year Nineteen Hundred and Eighty
and for Other Purposes 94

C Executive Order No. 121 – Reorganizing and Strengthening the Philippine


Statistical System (PSS) and for Other Purposes 97

D Trainings and Fieldwork for the Conduct of 2010 CPH 106

E Evaluation of Population Counts from the 2010 CPH 109

F List of Report No. 1 – Population by Province, City, Municipality, and


Barangay 111
EXPLANATORY NOTE

Introduction

The National Statistics Office conducted the 2010 Census of Population and
Housing or 2010 CPH in May 2010. This is the 13th census of population and the 6th
census of housing undertaken in the country.

Like the previous censuses conducted by the office, the 2010 CPH is designed to
take an inventory of the total population and housing units in the Philippines and to
collect information about their characteristics.

Content and Coverage of this Report

In this report, the population counts by province, city/municipality and barangay


are presented. These population counts were declared official for all purposes by His
Excellency President Benigno S. Aquino III under Proclamation No. 362 dated March
30, 2012.

Authority to Conduct the 2010 CPH

Commonwealth Act (CA) No. 591, approved on August 19, 1940, authorized the
then Bureau of the Census and Statistics (now the National Statistics Office or NSO) to
collect by enumeration, sampling or other methods, statistics and other information
concerning the population and to conduct, for statistical purposes, investigations and
studies of social and economic conditions in the country, among others (Section 2 of CA
No. 591).

Batas Pambansa Blg. 72, approved on June 11, 1980, further accorded the NSO
the authority to conduct population censuses every ten years beginning in 1980, without
prejudice to the undertaking of special censuses on agriculture, industry, commerce,
housing, and other sectors as may be approved by the National Economic and
Development Authority (NEDA).

Executive Order (EO) No. 121, otherwise known as the Reorganization Act of the
Philippine Statistical System, which was issued on January 30, 1987, declared that the
NSO shall be the major statistical agency responsible for generating general purpose
statistics and for undertaking such censuses and surveys as may be designated by the
National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB) (Section 9 of EO No. 121).

Presidential Proclamation No. 2028 “Declaring May 2010 as National Census


Month” enjoined all departments and other government agencies, including
government-owned and controlled corporations, as well as LGUs, to implement and
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execute the operational plans, directives, and orders of the National Statistical
Coordination Board (NSCB), through the NSO, relative to this Proclamation.

Coordination for the 2010 CPH

Batas Pambansa Blg. 72 provides that the National Census Coordinating Board
(NCCB) at the national level, and local boards at the regional, provincial, city, and
municipal levels shall be created to ensure the successful conduct of the census. For
the 2010 CPH, the NSCB was designated as the NCCB pursuant to NSCB’s mandated
function specified in Executive Order No. 121 to establish appropriate mechanisms for
statistical coordination at the different geographic levels.

The Director General of NEDA was the Chairperson of the NCCB, and the
Secretaries from other Departments were the Members. The NSO Administrator, who
served as the Executive Officer of the NCCB, was mandated to formulate and execute
plans for the 2010 CPH.

In the field, the NSO Regional Director (RD) was the Executive Officer of the
Regional Census Coordinating Board (RCCB). He/she was responsible for the
coordination, monitoring, and supervision of the census operations in all provinces
within the region. The RCCB was chaired by the Regional Director of the NEDA. The
Regional Director of the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) served as
the Vice Chairperson. The members were the heads of the following: Regional
Development Council, National Statistics Coordination Board, Department of Agrarian
Reform, Department of Agriculture, Department of Education (DepEd), Department of
Environment and Natural Resources, Department of Finance, Department of Foreign
Affairs, Department of Justice, Department of Labor and Employment, Department of
National Defense, Department of Public Works and Highways, Department of Social
Welfare and Development, Department of Trade and Industry, Department of
Transportation and Communications, Department of Tourism, Department of Science
and Technology, Department of Health, Commission on Population, National
Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP), and Office of Muslim Affairs. Completing
the membership of the RCCB was a representative from the private sector.

At the local government level, Provincial Census Coordinating Boards (PCCB)


and City/Municipality Census Coordinating Boards (C/MCCB) were created. The
Provincial Governor was the Chairperson of the PCCB and the Division Superintendent
of Schools, the Vice Chairperson. The District Highway Engineer, Provincial
Commander (PNP), Provincial Planning and Development Officer, Provincial Assessor,
Provincial Agriculturist, Provincial Population Officer, Provincial Environment and
Natural Resources Officer, Provincial Social Welfare and Development Officer,
Provincial Information Officer, NCIP Development Management Officer V, and three
representatives from the private sector served as members. The Provincial Statistics
Officer was the Executive Officer. He/she was also responsible for the field census
operations in the province.

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The C/MCCB was chaired by the City/Municipal Mayor and co-chaired by the
City Superintendent/District Supervisor of Schools by the DepEd. The members were
composed of the following: The Station Commanders, City/Municipal Planning and
Development Officer, City/Municipal Population Officer, City/Municipal Civil Registrar,
City Assessor (for CCCB), Municipal Agriculture Officer (for MCCB), and a
representative from the private sector. The District Statistics Officer served as Executive
Officer.

Definition of Terms and Concepts

The operational definitions and concepts adopted in the 2010 CPH have also
been used in past censuses of population and housing. The use of the same
operational definitions of terms and concepts in our population and housing censuses
ensures comparability of census results. The 2010 CPH enumerators were instructed
to adhere strictly to these operational definitions.

Barangay

A barangay is the smallest political unit in the country. Generally, one enumerator
is assigned to enumerate one barangay. For enumeration purposes, a large barangay is
usually divided into parts, and each part is called an enumeration area (EA).

The official list of barangays of the DILG in the Philippine Standard Geographic
Code as of March 2010 was used for the 2010 CPH.

Enumeration Area

An enumeration area (EA) is a delineated geographic area usually consisting of


about 350 to 500 households. It could be an entire barangay or part of a barangay. It is
assigned to one enumerator.

Usual Place of Residence

All persons were enumerated in their usual place of residence which refers to the
geographic place (street, barangay, city/municipality or province) where the person
usually resides. As a rule, a person’s usual place of residence is the place where that
person sleeps most of the time. Hence, it may be the same as or different from the
place where he/she was found at the time of the census.

Household

A household is a social unit consisting of a person living alone or a group of


person who sleep in the same housing unit and have a common arrangement in the
preparation and consumption of food.

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In most cases, a household consists of persons who are related by kinship ties,
like parents and their children. In some instances, several generations of familial ties
are represented in one household while, still in others, even more distant relatives are
members of the household.

Household helpers, boarders, and nonrelatives are considered as members of


the household provided they sleep in the same housing unit and have common
arrangement for the preparation and consumption of food and do not usually go home
to their family at least once a week.

A person who shares a housing unit with a household but separately cooks
his/her meals or consumes his/her food elsewhere is not considered a member of the
household he/she shares the housing unit with. This person is listed as a separate
household.

Household Membership

In determining household membership, the basic criterion is the usual place of


residence or the place where the person usually resides. This may be the same or
different from the place where he/she is found at the time of the census. As a rule, it is
the place where he/she usually sleeps.

Household Population

Household population refers to all persons who are members of the household.

Institutional Living Quarter

An institutional living quarter (ILQ) is a structurally separate and independent


place of abode intended for habitation by large groups of individuals (10 or more). Such
quarter usually has certain common facilities such as kitchen and dining rooms, toilet
and bath, and lounging areas, which are shared by the occupants.

Institutional Population

An institutional population comprises of persons who are found living in ILQs.


They may have their own families or households elsewhere but at the time of census,
they are committed or confined in institutions, or they live in ILQs and are usually
subject to a common authority or management, or are bound by either a common public
objective or a common personal interest.

Whom to Enumerate

As in past population and housing censuses, enumerators of 2010 CPH were


provided with guidelines on whom to list as members of a household and institutional
population. This will ensure uniformity in determining household membership,

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institutional population, and in identifying persons to be included in the enumeration or


excluded from it. Furthermore, this will ensure that there is no omission or duplication in
the enumeration of persons and households during census-taking. The following are
the guidelines in determining household membership and institutional population:

Persons enumerated as members of the household

1. Those who are present at the time of visit and whose usual place of residence
is the housing unit where the household lives.

2. Family members who are overseas workers and who have been away at the
time of the census for not more than five years from the date of departure and
are expected to be back within five years from the date of last departure.

An overseas worker is a household member who is currently out of the


country due to overseas employment. He/she may or may not have a specific
work contract or may be presently at home on vacation but has an existing
overseas employment to return to. Undocumented overseas workers, or TNT
for Tago Nang Tago, are considered as overseas workers for as long as they
are still considered members of the household and had been away for less
than five years. However, immigrants are excluded from the census.

3. Those whose usual place of residence is the place where the household lives
but are temporarily away at the time of the census for any of the following
reasons:

a. on vacation, business/pleasure trip, or training somewhere in the


Philippines and are expected to be back within six months from the date of
departure. An example is a person on training with the Armed Forces of
the Philippines for not more than six months;
b. on vacation, business/pleasure trip, or studying/training abroad and are
expected to be back within a year from the date of departure;
c. working or attending school in some other place but usually comes home
at least once a week;
d. confined in hospitals for a period of not more than six months as of May 1,
2010, except when they are confined as patients in mental hospitals,
leprosaria or leper colonies, or drug rehabilitation centers, regardless of
the duration of confinement;
e. detained in national/provincial/city/municipal jails or in military camps for a
period of not more than six months as of May 1, 2010, except when their
sentence or detention is expected to exceed six months;
f. on board coastal, interisland, or fishing vessels within Philippine territories;
and
g. on board in oceangoing vessels but are expected to be back within five
years from the date of departure.

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4. Boarders/lodgers of the household or employees of household-operated


businesses who do not usually return/go to their respective homes weekly.

5. Citizens of foreign countries who have resided or are expected to reside in


the Philippines for at least a year from their arrival, except members of
diplomatic missions and non-Filipino members of international organizations.

6. Filipino balikbayans with usual place of residence in a foreign country but


have resided or are expected to reside in the Philippines for at least a year
from their arrival.

7. Persons temporarily staying with the household who have no usual place of
residence or who are not certain to be enumerated elsewhere.

Persons enumerated as members of the institutional population

1. Permanent lodgers in boarding houses;

2. Dormitory residents who do not usually go home to their respective


households at least once a week;

3. Hotel residents who have stayed in the hotel for more than six months at the
time of the census;

4. Boarders in residential houses provided that their number is 10 or more.


Otherwise, they will be considered as members of regular households;

5. Patients in hospitals who are confined for more than six months;

6. Patients confined in mental hospitals, leprosaria or leper colonies, and drug


rehabilitation centers, regardless of the length of confinement;

7. Wards in orphanages;

8. Inmates of penal colonies or prison cells;

9. Seminarians, nuns in convents, and monks; and

10. Workers in mining and similar camps.

The following persons are not considered as members of the institutional


population and should be included in the households to which they belong:

1. Military officials/enlisted men or draftees (and members of their households)


who have housing units within military installations or camps;

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2. Managers (and members of their households) of refugee camps, dormitories,


hotels, hospitals, and others, who occupy and regularly use as their place of
abode a living quarter in the institution that they manage; and

3. Priests, who together with their relatives and/or household help, occupy and
regularly use as their place of abode a living quarter in the church or
seminary.

Persons Included in the Census Enumeration

Included in the enumeration were those who were alive as of the census
reference date, that is, 12:01 a.m. of May 1, 2010. Specifically they are the
following:

1. Filipino nationals permanently residing in the Philippines;

2. Filipino nationals who, as of May 1, 2010, were temporarily at Philippine sea,


or were temporarily on vacation, business/pleasure trip or studying/training
abroad and were expected to be back within a year from the date of
departure;

3. Filipino overseas workers, including those on board in oceangoing vessels,


who were away as of May 1, 2010 but were expected to be back within five
years;

4. Philippine government officials, both military and civilian, including Philippine


diplomatic personnel and their families, assigned abroad; and

5. Civilian citizens of foreign countries who have their usual residence in the
Philippines, or foreign visitors who had stayed or are expected to stay for at
least a year from the date of their arrival in this country.

Persons Excluded in the Census Enumeration

Excluded from the enumeration are the following persons, although they
happened to be within the territorial jurisdiction of the Philippines at the time of
the census enumeration:

1. Foreign ambassadors, ministers, consuls, or other diplomatic representatives,


and members of their families (except Filipino and non-Filipino employees
who have been residents of the Philippines prior to said employment);

2. Citizens of foreign countries living within the premises of an embassy,


legation, chancellery, or consulate;

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3. Citizens of foreign countries who are chiefs or officials of international


organizations, such as United Nations (UN), International Labor Organization
(ILO), Asian Development Bank (ADB), Food and Agriculture Organization
(FAO), or the United States Agency for International Development (USAID),
as they may be subject to reassignment to other countries after their tour of
duty in the Philippines, and members of their families;

4. Citizens of foreign countries, together with non-Filipino members of their


families, who are students, or who are employed or have business in the
Philippines, but who have stayed or are expected to stay in the country for
less than a year from arrival;

5. Citizens of foreign countries and Filipinos with usual place of residence in a


foreign country, who are visiting the Philippines and who have stayed or are
expected to stay in the country for less than a year from arrival (for instance,
a balikbayan who will return to his/her usual place of residence abroad after a
short vacation or visit in the Philippines);

6. Citizens of foreign countries in refugee camps/vessels; and

7. Residents of the Philippines on vacation, pleasure or business trip, study or


training abroad who have been away or expected to be away from the
Philippines for more than one year from departure.

Method of Enumeration

The gathering of population and housing data was performed by census


enumerators through house-to-house visits and interview of a responsible member of
each household. Self-Administered Questionnaires (SAQ) were provided to households
living in special areas such as exclusive subdivisions/villages, condominiums, and
others, and institutions where personal interview was not possible. A complete listing of
buildings which contain living quarters, including vacant ones, as well as housing units
and institutional living quarters was also done.

A combination of complete enumeration and sampling of households was done


to obtain population count and data on basic characteristics of the household population
and housing units. For institutional population, a complete enumeration was done.

The non-sample households were interviewed using the Common Household


Questionnaire (CPH Form 2) while the sample households were interviewed using the
Sample Household Questionnaire (CPH Form 3). Institutional population in institutional
living quarters was enumerated using the Institutional Population Questionnaire (CPH
Form 4). These questionnaires were used to gather information on the demographic
and socio-economic characteristics of the population, as well as the characteristics of
households and housing units.

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CPH Form 2 contains questions on the following items:

Population Housing
 relationship to household head  the type of building/house
 sex  construction materials of the roof
 date of birth and outer walls
 age  state of repair of the building/house
 birth registration  year building/house was built
 marital status  floor area of the housing unit
 religion  tenure status of the lot
 ethnicity
 citizenship
 disability
 functional difficulty
 highest grade/year completed
 residence 5 years ago
 overseas worker

CPH Form 3 contains all the questions found in CPH Form 2, and also questions
on the following items:

Population Housing Household


 literacy  fuel for lighting and cooking  land ownership
 school attendance  source of water supply for  language/dialect
 place of school drinking and/or cooking and generally spoken at
 usual occupation for laundry, and for bathing home
 kind of business or  tenure status of the housing  residence five years
industry unit from now
 class of worker  acquisition of the housing unit  presence of household
 place of work  source of financing of the conveniences/availability
 fertility housing unit of information and
 monthly rental of the housing communications
unit technology devices
 usual manner of garbage  access to internet
disposal
 kind of toilet facility

CPH Form 4 contains questions on the following population items:

 residence status  religious affiliation


 sex  citizenship
 age  ethnicity
 date of birth  disability
 birth registration  functional difficulty
 marital status  highest grade/year completed

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Information about households of Filipinos working in Philippine embassies in


foreign countries, as well as those of homeless population were also gathered and
included in the total population of the country.

Sampling Scheme

As mentioned earlier, the 2010 CPH was carried out by using a combination of
complete enumeration and sampling. The sampling rate or the proportion of households
selected as sample households was either 100 percent or 20 percent, depending on the
size of the city/municipality, as follows:

Estimated Number of Households


Sampling Rate
in the City/Municipality
1 – 500 100 percent
501 and above 20 percent

The sampling rate for the city/municipality is applied to all EAs in the
city/municipality. Each city/municipality was treated as a domain to obtain efficient and
accurate estimates of population and housing at the city/municipality level.

For a city/municipality with 100 percent sampling rate, all households in all the
EAs within this city/municipality were selected as sample households. For municipalities
with a 20 percent sampling rate, systematic cluster sampling was adopted to minimize
the enumerator’s selection bias. In this sampling scheme, an EA was divided into
clusters composed of five households each. Clusters were formed by grouping five
households that had been assigned consecutive numbers as they were listed in CPH
Form 1. A sample selection of one in every five clusters of households was carried out
with the first cluster selected at random. Random start was pre-determined for each EA.

The following municipalities in some provinces of CAR, Region I, Region II, and
Region IV-B had been identified as having a population size of 500 persons or less,
hence assigned a 100 percent sampling rate:

CAR Region I Region II Region IV-B


Abra Ilocos Norte Batanes Palawan
 Bucloc  Adams  Ivana  Kalayaan
 Daguioman  Carasi  Mahatao
 Dumalneg  Sabtang
Ilocos Sur  Uyugan
 Sigay

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Cebu

Cebu City
Lapu-Lapu City
Negros Mandaue City
Oriental

Bohol

Siquijor

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HIGHLIGHTS OF THE PHILIPPINE POPULATION

 The total population of the Philippines as of May 1, 2010 was 92,337,852, based on
the 2010 Census of Population and Housing.

 The 2010 population is higher by 15.83 million compared to the 2000 population of
76.51 million. In 1990, the total population was 60.70 million.

Table 1. Population Count based on 1990, 2000, and 2010 Censuses: Philippines
Total Population
Census Year Census Reference Date
(in millions)
2010 May 1, 2010 92.34
2000 May 1, 2000 76.51
1990 May 1, 1990 60.70

 The Philippine population increased, on average, at the annual rate of 1.90 percent
during the period 2000 to 2010. By comparison, the rate at which the country’s
population was growing in the period 1990 to 2000 was higher at 2.34 percent.

Table 2. Annual Population Growth Rate


Based on 1990, 2000, and 2010 Censuses: Philippines
Reference Period Population Growth Rate
2000-2010 1.90
1990-2000 2.34

 Among the 17 administrative regions, Region IVA had the largest population with
12.61 million, followed by NCR with 11.86 million and Region III with 10.14 million.
The population of these three regions together comprised about 37.47 percent of the
Philippine population.

 Five of the 17 administrative regions had an average annual population growth rate
(PGR) which is higher than the national average for the period 2000 to 2010. These
are Region IVA (3.07 percent), Region XII (2.46 percent), Region III (2.14 percent),
Region X (2.06 percent), and Region XI (1.97 percent). Twelve regions had lower
PGR than the national average.

 Among the provinces, Cavite had the largest population with 3.09 million. Bulacan
had the second largest with 2.92 million and Pangasinan had the third largest with
2.78 million.

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 In addition to Cavite, Bulacan, and Pangasinan, six other provinces surpassed the
two million mark: Laguna had 2.67 million; Cebu (excluding its three highly
urbanized cities Cebu City, Lapu-Lapu City, and Mandaue City) had 2.62 million;
Rizal had 2.48 million; Negros Occidental (excluding Bacolod City) had 2.40 million;
Batangas had 2.38 million; and Pampanga (excluding Angeles City) had 2.01 million.

 The provinces with a population of less than 100,000 persons were Batanes
(16,604), Camiguin (83,807), and Siquijor (91,066).

 Of the 33 highly urbanized cities (HUC), four surpassed the one million mark. Three
of such HUCs are in NCR: Quezon City (2.76 million), City of Manila (1.65 million),
and Caloocan City (1.49 million). Outside NCR, only Davao City has a population of
more than one million (1.45 million).

 The household population of the Philippines in 2010 was 92,097,978 persons, higher
by 15.78 million from the household population of 76.31 million in 2000 and 31.54
million from the household population of 60.56 million in 1990.

Table 3. Household Population, Number of Households, and


Average Household Size based on 1990, 2000, and 2010 Censuses: Philippines
Household Population Number of Households Average
Census Year
(in millions) (in millions) Household Size
2010 92.10 20.17 4.6
2000 76.31 15.28 5.0
1990 60.56 11.41 5.3

 Meanwhile, the total number of households in the country in 2010 was recorded at
20.17 million, higher by 4.90 million compared with the 15.28 million posted in 2000.
In 1990, the total number of household was 11.41 million.

 The country’s average household size in 2010 was 4.6 persons, lower than the
average household size of 5.0 persons in 2000. In 1990, the average household size
was 5.3 persons.

 Among the 17 regions, ARMM had the highest average household size of 6.0
persons followed by Region V with 4.9 persons and Caraga with 4.8 persons. The
average household size in Region VIII, Region IX, and Region X was 4.7 persons;
Region VI, Region VII, and CAR was 4.6 persons; Region I, Region III, Region IVB,
and Region XII was 4.5 persons; and Region II, Region IVA, and Region XI was 4.4
persons. The National Capital Region had the lowest average household size of 4.3
persons.

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Table 4. Household Population, Number of Households, and


Average Household Size by Region: Philippines, 2010
Household Number of Average
Region Population Households Household
(in thousands) (in thousands) Size
National Capital Region 11,797 2,760 4.3
Cordillera Autonomous Region 1,612 352 4.6
Region I – Ilocos Region 4,743 1,051 4.5
Region II – Cagayan Valley 3,226 727 4.4
Region III – Central Luzon 10,118 2,239 4.5
Region IVA – CALABARZON 12,583 2,834 4.4
Region IVB – MIMAROPA 2,732 602 4.5
Region V – Bicol Region 5,412 1,112 4.9
Region VI – Western Visayas 7,090 1,527 4.6
Region VII – Central Visayas 6,785 1,488 4.6
Region VIII – Eastern Visayas 4,090 866 4.7
Region IX – Zamboanga Peninsula 3,398 726 4.7
Region X – Northern Mindanao 4,285 918 4.7
Region XI – Davao Region 4,453 1,012 4.4
Region XII – SOCCSKSARGEN 4,103 916 4.5
Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao 3,249 539 6.0
Caraga 2,425 504 4.8

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Highlights 2010 Census of Population and Housing

HIGHLIGHTS OF REGION VII – CENTRAL VISAYAS POPULATION

 The total population of Central Visayas as of May 1, 2010 was 6,800,180 based on
the 2010 Census of Population and Housing.

 The 2010 population of Central Visayas is higher by 1.09 million compared to the
2000 population of 5.71 million. In 1990, the total population of this region was 4.59
million.

Table 1. Population Count Based on 1990, 2000, and 2010 Censuses: Central Visayas
Total Population
Census Year Census Reference Date
(in millions)
2010 May 1, 2010 6.80
2000 May 1, 2000 5.71
1990 May 1, 1990 4.59

 The population of Central Visayas grew at an average annual population growth rate
(PGR) of 1.77 percent during the period 2000 to 2010. By comparison, the rate at
which the region’s population was growing in the period 1990 to 2000 was higher at
2.19 percent.

Table 2. Annual Population Growth Rate


Based on 1990, 2000, and 2010 Censuses: Central Visayas
Census Year Population Growth Rate
2000-2010 1.77
1990-2000 2.19

 If the average annual PGR continues at 1.77 percent, the population of Central
Visayas will double in 40 years.

 Among the four provinces in Central Visayas, Cebu (excluding Cebu City, Lapu-
Lapu City, and Mandaue City) had the largest population with 2.62 million, followed
by Negros Oriental with 1.29 million, and Bohol with 1.26 million. Siquijor,
meanwhile, had the least population of 91 thousand.

Table 3. Population Count by Province and Highly Urbanized City


Based on 1990, 2000, and 2010 Censuses: Central Visayas
Total Population (in thousands)
Province/Highly Urbanized City
1990 2000 2010
Bohol 948 1,139 1,255
Cebu (excluding cities of Cebu, Lapu-Lapu, and Mandaue) 1,710 2,161 2,619
Cebu City 610 719 866
Lapu-Lapu City 146 217 350

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Table 3. Population Count by Province and Highly Urbanized City


Based on 1990, 2000, and 2010 Censuses: Central Visayas – concluded
Total Population (in thousands)
Province/Highly Urbanized City
1990 2000 2010
Mandaue City 180 260 331
Negros Oriental 925 1,130 1,287
Siquijor 74 82 91

 In terms of PGR, Lapu-Lapu City, a highly urbanized city in the region, was the
fastest growing area with an average annual PGR of 4.91 percent for the period
2000 to 2010 while Bohol was the slowest with 0.97 percent.

Table 4. Annual Population Growth Rate by Province and Highly Urbanized City
Based on 1990, 2000, and 2010 Censuses: Central Visayas
Population Growth Rate
Province/Highly Urbanized City
1990-2000 2000-2010
Bohol 1.85 0.97
Cebu (excluding cities of Cebu, Lapu-Lapu, and Mandaue) 2.37 1.94
Cebu City 1.65 1.88
Lapu-Lapu City 4.03 4.91
Mandaue City 3.72 2.46
Negros Oriental 2.02 1.31
Siquijor 0.99 1.10

 The household population of Central Visayas in 2010 was 6,784,538 persons, higher
by 1.09 million from the household population of 5.69 million in 2000 and 2.20 million
from the household population of 4.58 million in 1990.

Table 5. Household Population, Number of Households, and


Average Household Size Based on 1990, 2000, and 2010 Censuses: Central Visayas
Household Population Number of Households Average
Census Year
(in thousands) (in thousands) Household Size
2010 6,785 1,488 4.6
2000 5,690 1,134 5.0
1990 4,583 874 5.2

 Meanwhile, the total number of households in Central Visayas in 2010 was recorded
at 1.49 million, higher by 354 thousand compared with the 1.13 million posted in
2000. In 1990, the total number of households was 874 thousand.

 The region’s average household size in 2010 was 4.6 persons, lower than the
average household size of 5.0 persons in 2000 and 5.2 persons in 1990.

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Highlights 2010 Census of Population and Housing

 Among the four provinces in Central Visayas, Cebu (excluding cities of Cebu, Lapu-
Lapu, and Mandaue) had the largest number of households with 566 thousand,
followed by Negros Oriental with 285 thousand and Bohol with 261 thousand.
Siquijor had the least number of households at 21 thousand.

Table 6. Household Population, Number of Households, and


Average Household Size by Province and Highly Urbanized City: Central Visayas, 2010
Household Number of Average
Province/Highly
Population Households Household
Urbanized City
(in thousands) (in thousands) Size
Bohol 1,253 261 4.8
Cebu (excluding cities of Cebu, 2,614 566 4.6
Lapu-Lapu, and Mandaue)
Cebu City 861 195 4.4
Lapu-Lapu City 350 81 4.3
Mandaue City 331 78 4.2
Negros Oriental 1,284 285 4.5
Siquijor 91 21 4.3

 Bohol had the highest average household size of 4.8 persons, followed by Cebu
(excluding cities of Cebu, Lapu-Lapu, and Mandaue) with 4.6 persons. Mandaue
City, another highly urbanized city in the region, had the lowest average household
size of 4.2 persons.

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2010 Census of Population and Housing Summary Table

A. Population and Annual Growth Rates for The Philippines and Its Regions, Provinces, and Highly Urbanized Cities
Based on 1990, 2000, and 2010 Censuses

Total Population Population Growth Rate


Region/Province/Highly Urbanized City 1990- 2000- 1990-
1-May-90 1-May-00 1-May-10
2000 2010 2010

a b c
Philippines 60,703,810 76,506,928 92,337,852 2.34 1.90 2.12

National Capital Region 7,948,392 9,932,560 11,855,975 2.25 1.78 2.02


Caloocan City 763,415 1,177,604 1,489,040 4.43 2.37 3.39
City of Las Piñas 297,102 472,780 552,573 4.75 1.57 3.15
City of Makati 453,170 471,379 529,039 0.39 1.16 0.78
City of Malabon 280,027 338,855 353,337 1.92 0.42 1.17
City of Mandaluyong 248,143 278,474 328,699 1.16 1.67 1.41
City of Manila 1,601,234 1,581,082 1,652,171 -0.13 0.44 0.16
City of Marikina 310,227 391,170 424,150 2.34 0.81 1.58
City of Muntinlupa 278,411 379,310 459,941 3.14 1.95 2.54
City of Navotas 187,479 230,403 249,131 2.08 0.78 1.43
City of Parañaque 308,236 449,811 588,126 3.85 2.72 3.28
Pasay City 368,366 354,908 392,869 -0.37 1.02 0.32
City of Pasig 397,679 505,058 669,773 2.42 2.86 2.64
Pateros 51,409 57,407 64,147 1.11 1.12 1.11
Quezon City 1,669,776 2,173,831 2,761,720 2.67 2.42 2.55
City of San Juan 126,854 117,680 121,430 -0.75 0.31 -0.22
Taguig City 266,637 467,375 644,473 5.77 3.26 4.51
City of Valenzuela 340,227 485,433 575,356 3.62 1.71 2.66

Cordillera Administrative Region 1,146,191 1,365,412 1,616,867 1.76 1.70 1.73


Abra 184,743 209,491 234,733 1.26 1.14 1.20
Apayao 74,720 97,129 112,636 2.66 1.49 2.07
Benguet (excluding Baguio City) 302,715 330,129 403,944 0.87 2.04 1.45
Baguio City 183,142 252,386 318,676 3.26 2.36 2.81
Ifugao 147,281 161,623 191,078 0.93 1.69 1.31
Kalinga 137,055 174,023 201,613 2.41 1.48 1.95
Mountain Province 116,535 140,631 154,187 1.90 0.92 1.41

Region I – Ilocos Region 3,550,642 4,200,478 4,748,372 1.69 1.23 1.46


Ilocos Norte 461,661 514,241 568,017 1.08 1.00 1.04
Ilocos Sur 519,966 594,206 658,587 1.34 1.03 1.19
La Union 548,742 657,945 741,906 1.83 1.21 1.52
Pangasinan 2,020,273 2,434,086 2,779,862 1.88 1.34 1.61

Region II – Cagayan Valley 2,340,545 2,813,159 3,229,163 1.85 1.39 1.62


Batanes 15,026 16,467 16,604 0.92 0.08 0.50
Cagayan 829,867 993,580 1,124,773 1.82 1.25 1.53
Isabela 1,080,341 1,287,575 1,489,645 1.77 1.47 1.62
Nueva Vizcaya 301,179 366,962 421,355 1.99 1.39 1.69
Quirino 114,132 148,575 176,786 2.67 1.75 2.21

Region III – Central Luzon 6,338,590 8,204,742 10,137,737 2.61 2.14 2.37
Aurora 139,573 173,797 201,233 2.22 1.48 1.84
Bataan 425,803 557,659 687,482 2.73 2.11 2.42
Bulacan 1,505,219 2,234,088 2,924,433 4.02 2.73 3.37
Nueva Ecija 1,312,680 1,659,883 1,955,373 2.37 1.65 2.01
Pampanga (excluding Angeles City) 1,295,929 1,618,759 2,014,019 2.25 2.21 2.23
Angeles City 236,686 263,971 326,336 1.10 2.14 1.62
Tarlac 859,708 1,068,783 1,273,240 2.20 1.76 1.98
Zambales (excluding Olongapo City) 369,665 433,542 534,443 1.61 2.11 1.86
Olongapo City 193,327 194,260 221,178 0.05 1.31 0.67

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Summary Table 2010 Census of Population and Housing

A. Population and Annual Growth Rates for The Philippines and Its Regions, Provinces, and Highly Urbanized Cities
Based on 1990, 2000, and 2010 Censuses -- continued

Total Population Population Growth Rate


Region/Province/Highly Urbanized City 1990- 2000- 1990-
1-May-90 1-May-00 1-May-10
2000 2010 2010

Region IV-A – CALABARZON 6,349,452 9,320,629 12,609,803 3.91 3.07 3.49


Batangas 1,476,783 1,905,348 2,377,395 2.58 2.24 2.41
Cavite 1,152,534 2,063,161 3,090,691 5.99 4.12 5.05
Laguna 1,370,232 1,965,872 2,669,847 3.67 3.11 3.39
Quezon (excluding Lucena City) 1,221,831 1,482,955 1,740,638 1.95 1.61 1.78
Lucena City 150,624 196,075 246,392 2.67 2.31 2.49
Rizal 977,448 1,707,218 2,484,840 5.73 3.82 4.77

Region IV-B – MIMAROPA 1,774,074 2,299,229 2,744,671 2.62 1.79 2.20


Marinduque 185,524 217,392 227,828 1.60 0.47 1.03
Occidental Mindoro 282,593 380,250 452,971 3.01 1.76 2.39
Oriental Mindoro 550,049 681,818 785,602 2.17 1.43 1.80
Palawan (excluding Puerto Princesa City) 436,140 593,500 771,667 3.13 2.66 2.89
Puerto Princesa City 92,147 161,912 222,673 5.79 3.24 4.51
Romblon 227,621 264,357 283,930 1.51 0.72 1.11

Region V – Bicol Region 3,910,001 4,686,669 5,420,411 1.83 1.46 1.65


Albay 903,785 1,090,907 1,233,432 1.90 1.23 1.57
Camarines Norte 390,982 470,654 542,915 1.87 1.44 1.65
Camarines Sur 1,305,919 1,551,549 1,822,371 1.74 1.62 1.68
Catanduanes 187,000 215,356 246,300 1.42 1.35 1.39
Masbate 599,355 707,668 834,650 1.67 1.66 1.67
Sorsogon 522,960 650,535 740,743 2.21 1.31 1.75

Region VI – Western Visayas 5,393,333 6,211,038 7,102,438 1.42 1.35 1.38


Aklan 380,497 451,314 535,725 1.72 1.73 1.72
Antique 406,361 472,822 546,031 1.53 1.45 1.49
Capiz 584,091 654,156 719,685 1.14 0.96 1.05
Guimaras 117,990 141,450 162,943 1.83 1.42 1.63
Iloilo (excluding Iloilo City) 1,337,981 1,559,182 1,805,576 1.54 1.48 1.51
Iloilo City 309,505 366,391 424,619 1.70 1.49 1.59
Negros Occidental (excluding Bacolod City) 1,892,728 2,136,647 2,396,039 1.22 1.15 1.19
Bacolod City 364,180 429,076 511,820 1.65 1.78 1.71

Region VII – Central Visayas 4,594,124 5,706,953 6,800,180 2.19 1.77 1.98
Bohol 948,403 1,139,130 1,255,128 1.85 0.97 1.41
Cebu (excluding Cebu City, Lapu-Lapu City and Mandaue City) 1,709,621 2,160,569 2,619,362 2.37 1.94 2.15
Cebu City 610,417 718,821 866,171 1.65 1.88 1.76
Lapu-lapu City 146,194 217,019 350,467 4.03 4.91 4.47
Mandaue City 180,285 259,728 331,320 3.72 2.46 3.09
Negros Oriental 925,272 1,130,088 1,286,666 2.02 1.31 1.66
Siquijor 73,932 81,598 91,066 0.99 1.10 1.05

Region VIII – Eastern Visayas 3,054,490 3,610,355 4,101,322 1.68 1.28 1.48
Biliran 118,012 140,274 161,760 1.74 1.43 1.59
Eastern Samar 329,335 375,822 428,877 1.33 1.33 1.33
Leyte (excluding Tacloban City) 1,230,925 1,413,697 1,567,984 1.39 1.04 1.22
Tacloban City 1 136,891 178,639 221,174 2.70 2.16 2.43
Northern Samar 383,654 500,639 589,013 2.69 1.64 2.17
Samar (Western Samar) 533,733 641,124 733,377 1.85 1.35 1.60
Southern Leyte 321,940 360,160 399,137 1.13 1.03 1.08

Region IX – Zamboanga Peninsula 2,281,064 2,831,412 3,407,353 2.18 1.87 2.03


City of Isabela 59,078 73,032 97,857 2.14 2.97 2.55
Zamboanga del Norte 676,862 823,130 957,997 1.97 1.53 1.75
Zamboanga del Sur (excluding Zamboanga City) 695,741 836,217 959,685 1.85 1.39 1.62
Zamboanga City 442,345 601,794 807,129 3.12 2.98 3.05
Zamboanga Sibugay 407,038 497,239 584,685 2.02 1.63 1.83

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2010 Census of Population and Housing Summary Table

A. Population and Annual Growth Rates for The Philippines and Its Regions, Provinces, and Highly Urbanized Cities
Based on 1990, 2000, and 2010 Censuses -- concluded

Total Population Population Growth Rate


Region/Province/Highly Urbanized City 1990- 2000- 1990-
1-May-90 1-May-00 1-May-10
2000 2010 2010

Region X – Northern Mindanao 2,811,646 3,505,708 4,297,323 2.23 2.06 2.14


Bukidnon 843,891 1,060,415 1,299,192 2.31 2.05 2.18
Camiguin 64,247 74,232 83,807 1.45 1.22 1.34
Lanao del Norte (excluding Iligan City) 387,524 473,062 607,917 2.01 2.54 2.28
Iligan City 226,568 285,061 322,821 2.32 1.25 1.78
Misamis Occidental 424,365 486,723 567,642 1.38 1.55 1.46
Misamis Oriental (excluding Cagayan de Oro City) 525,453 664,338 813,856 2.37 2.05 2.21
Cagayan de Oro City 339,598 461,877 602,088 3.12 2.69 2.90

Region XI – Davao Region 2,933,743 3,676,163 4,468,563 2.28 1.97 2.12


Compostela Valley 466,286 580,244 687,195 2.21 1.71 1.96
Davao del Norte 590,015 743,811 945,764 2.34 2.43 2.39
Davao del Sur (excluding Davao City) 632,798 758,801 868,690 1.83 1.36 1.60
Davao City 849,947 1,147,116 1,449,296 3.04 2.36 2.70
Davao Oriental 394,697 446,191 517,618 1.23 1.50 1.36

Region XII – SOCCSKSARGEN 2,399,953 3,222,169 4,109,571 2.99 2.46 2.72


Cotabato City 127,065 163,849 271,786 2.57 5.19 3.87
Cotabato (North Cotabato) 763,995 958,643 1,226,508 2.29 2.49 2.39
Sarangani 283,141 410,622 498,904 3.78 1.97 2.87
South Cotabato (excluding General Santos City) 539,458 690,728 827,200 2.50 1.82 2.16
General Santos City (Dadiangas) 250,389 411,822 538,086 5.10 2.71 3.90
Sultan Kudarat 435,905 586,505 747,087 3.01 2.45 2.73

Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao 2,108,061 2,803,045 3,256,140 2.89 1.51 2.20
Basilan (excluding City of Isabela) 179,230 259,796 293,322 3.78 1.22 2.49
Lanao del Sur 599,982 800,162 933,260 2.92 1.55 2.23
Maguindanao (excluding Cotabato City) 630,674 801,102 944,718 2.42 1.66 2.04
Sulu 469,971 619,668 718,290 2.80 1.49 2.14
Tawi-Tawi 228,204 322,317 366,550 3.51 1.29 2.40

CARAGA 1,764,297 2,095,367 2,429,224 1.73 1.49 1.61


Agusan del Norte (excluding Butuan City) 237,629 285,570 332,487 1.85 1.53 1.69
Butuan City 227,829 267,279 309,709 1.61 1.48 1.55
Agusan del Sur 420,763 559,294 656,418 2.88 1.61 2.25
Dinagat Islands 98,865 106,951 126,803 0.79 1.72 1.25
Surigao del Norte 327,113 374,465 442,588 1.36 1.68 1.52
Surigao del Sur 452,098 501,808 561,219 1.05 1.12 1.09

Sources:
National Statistics Office, 1990 Census of Population and Housing
National Statistics Office, 2000 Census of Population and Housing
National Statistics Office, 2010 Census of Population and Housing

Notes:
a
Population counts for the regions do not add up to the national total. Includes 2,876 homeless population and 2,336 Filipinos in
Philippine Embassies, Consulates and Mission Abroad.
b
Population counts for the regions do not add up to the national total. Includes 18,989 persons residing in the areas disputed by the
City of Pasig (NCR) and the province of Rizal (Region IVA); and 2,851 Filipinos in Philippine Embassies, Consulates and Mission Abroad.
c
Population counts for the regions do not add up to the national total. Includes 2,739 Filipinos in Philippine Embassies, Consulates
and Mission Abroad.
1
Converted into a a highly urbanized city under Presidential Proclamation No. 1637; ratified on December 18, 2008.

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Summary Table 2010 Census of Population and Housing

B. Population and Annual Growth Rates by Province, City, and Municipality


Region VII - Central Visayas: 1990, 2000, and 2010

Total Population Population Growth Rate


Region/Province/City/Municipality 1990- 2000- 1990-
1-May-90 1-May-00 1-May-10
2000 2010 2010

Philippines 60,703,810 a 76,506,928 b 92,337,852 c 2.34 1.90 2.12

Region VII – Central Visayas 4,594,124 5,706,953 6,800,180 2.19 1.77 1.98

Bohol 948,403 1,139,130 1,255,128 1.85 0.97 1.41


Alburquerque 6,881 8,715 9,921 2.39 1.30 1.85
Alicia 18,653 21,605 22,285 1.48 0.31 0.89
Anda 13,497 17,863 16,909 2.84 -0.55 1.13
Antequera 12,348 13,758 14,481 1.09 0.51 0.80
Baclayon 11,986 14,996 18,630 2.26 2.19 2.23
Balilihan 14,850 16,837 17,147 1.26 0.18 0.72
Batuan 11,438 11,835 12,431 0.34 0.49 0.42
Bilar 14,926 16,628 17,098 1.08 0.28 0.68
Buenavista 21,665 25,960 27,031 1.82 0.40 1.11
Calape 24,608 27,921 30,146 1.27 0.77 1.02
Candijay 26,102 30,389 29,043 1.53 -0.45 0.53
Carmen 34,573 40,713 43,579 1.65 0.68 1.16
Catigbian 17,362 21,461 22,686 2.14 0.56 1.35
Clarin 16,021 18,040 20,296 1.19 1.18 1.19
Corella 6,150 6,048 7,699 -0.17 2.44 1.13
Cortes 10,527 12,702 15,294 1.89 1.87 1.88
Dagohoy 13,121 16,845 18,868 2.53 1.14 1.83
Danao 12,671 17,265 17,952 3.14 0.39 1.76
Dauis 23,601 26,415 39,448 1.13 4.09 2.60
Dimiao 11,697 14,151 15,166 1.92 0.69 1.31
Duero 14,242 16,485 17,580 1.47 0.64 1.06
Garcia Hernandez 18,956 21,428 23,038 1.23 0.73 0.98
Guindulman 26,225 31,028 31,789 1.69 0.24 0.97
Inabanga 37,400 40,714 43,291 0.85 0.62 0.73
Jagna 26,163 30,643 32,566 1.59 0.61 1.10
Getafe 21,135 26,826 27,788 2.41 0.35 1.38
Lila 8,556 10,322 11,985 1.89 1.50 1.70
Loay 12,677 14,433 16,261 1.30 1.20 1.25
Loboc 13,716 15,734 16,312 1.38 0.36 0.87
Loon 34,400 45,215 42,800 2.77 -0.55 1.10
Mabini 21,854 27,250 28,174 2.23 0.33 1.28
Maribojoc 15,214 16,786 20,491 0.99 2.01 1.50
Panglao 17,004 21,337 28,603 2.29 2.97 2.63
Pilar 19,930 25,095 26,887 2.33 0.69 1.51
Pres. Carlos P. Garcia (Pitogo) 21,173 20,744 23,287 -0.20 1.16 0.48
Sagbayan (Borja) 15,364 18,346 20,091 1.79 0.91 1.35
San Isidro 7,840 9,106 9,125 1.51 0.02 0.76
San Miguel 16,775 20,828 23,574 2.19 1.25 1.71
Sevilla 9,165 10,281 10,443 1.15 0.16 0.65
Sierra Bullones 21,101 25,499 24,698 1.91 -0.32 0.79
Sikatuna 5,525 6,602 6,380 1.80 -0.34 0.72
Tagbilaran City (Capital) 56,363 77,700 96,792 3.26 2.22 2.74
Talibon 41,873 54,147 61,373 2.60 1.26 1.93
Trinidad 19,945 25,683 28,828 2.56 1.16 1.86
Tubigon 34,302 40,385 44,902 1.64 1.07 1.35
Ubay 48,902 59,827 68,578 2.04 1.37 1.70
Valencia 20,879 24,363 27,586 1.55 1.25 1.40
Bien Unido 19,047 22,176 25,796 1.53 1.52 1.53

Cebu (excluding Cebu City, 1,709,621 2,160,569 2,619,362 2.37 1.94 2.15
Lapu-Lapu City and Mandaue City)
Alcantara 9,559 11,532 13,556 1.89 1.63 1.76
Alcoy 10,485 13,497 14,757 2.56 0.90 1.72

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B. Population and Annual Growth Rates by Province, City, and Municipality


Region VII - Central Visayas: 1990, 2000, and 2010 -- continued

Total Population Population Growth Rate


Region/Province/City/Municipality 1990- 2000- 1990-
1-May-90 1-May-00 1-May-10
2000 2010 2010

Alegria 18,253 20,677 22,072 1.25 0.65 0.95


Aloguinsan 19,214 24,180 27,650 2.32 1.35 1.84
Argao 52,157 61,010 69,503 1.58 1.31 1.44
Asturias 30,404 38,961 44,732 2.51 1.39 1.95
Badian 26,545 30,400 37,699 1.36 2.17 1.77
Balamban 45,909 59,922 71,237 2.70 1.74 2.22
Bantayan 60,000 68,125 74,785 1.28 0.94 1.11
Barili 47,789 57,764 65,524 1.91 1.27 1.59
City of Bogo 51,083 63,869 69,911 2.26 0.91 1.58
Boljoon 11,646 13,380 15,027 1.40 1.17 1.28
Borbon 23,239 28,571 31,598 2.09 1.01 1.55
City of Carcar 70,841 89,199 107,323 2.33 1.87 2.10
Carmen 29,265 37,351 44,648 2.47 1.80 2.13
Catmon 19,773 25,083 28,320 2.41 1.22 1.81
Compostela 22,006 31,446 42,574 3.63 3.07 3.35
Consolacion 41,270 62,298 106,649 4.20 5.52 4.86
Cordoba 22,331 34,032 50,353 4.30 3.99 4.15
Daanbantayan 58,771 69,336 74,897 1.67 0.77 1.22
Dalaguete 45,545 57,331 63,239 2.33 0.99 1.65
Danao City 73,358 98,781 119,252 3.02 1.90 2.46
Dumanjug 31,932 39,666 46,754 2.19 1.66 1.92
Ginatilan 11,160 14,073 15,327 2.34 0.86 1.60
Liloan 42,587 64,970 100,500 4.31 4.46 4.38
Madridejos 25,746 29,020 34,905 1.20 1.86 1.53
Malabuyoc 14,628 17,015 18,426 1.52 0.80 1.16
Medellin 34,184 43,113 50,047 2.35 1.50 1.92
Minglanilla 50,875 77,268 113,178 4.26 3.89 4.08
Moalboal 20,041 23,402 27,676 1.56 1.69 1.63
City of Naga 60,425 80,189 101,571 2.87 2.39 2.63
Oslob 19,782 22,472 26,116 1.28 1.51 1.40
Pilar 11,499 11,226 11,564 -0.24 0.30 0.03
Pinamungahan 40,026 51,715 57,997 2.59 1.15 1.87
Poro 19,150 21,397 23,498 1.11 0.94 1.03
Ronda 15,264 16,808 18,582 0.97 1.01 0.99
Samboan 15,005 16,659 18,613 1.05 1.11 1.08
San Fernando 35,051 48,235 60,970 3.24 2.37 2.80
San Francisco 36,521 41,327 47,357 1.24 1.37 1.31
San Remigio 36,124 44,028 51,394 2.00 1.56 1.78
Santa Fe 20,838 22,956 27,270 0.97 1.74 1.35
Santander 11,831 13,842 16,105 1.58 1.52 1.55
Sibonga 33,083 38,281 43,641 1.47 1.32 1.39
Sogod 23,426 27,432 30,626 1.59 1.11 1.35
Tabogon 24,945 27,827 33,024 1.10 1.73 1.41
Tabuelan 15,515 19,373 22,292 2.24 1.41 1.83
City of Talisay 97,955 148,110 200,772 4.22 3.09 3.65
Toledo City 119,970 141,174 157,078 1.64 1.07 1.36
Tuburan 43,078 51,845 58,914 1.87 1.29 1.58
Tudela 9,537 10,401 9,859 0.87 -0.53 0.17

Cebu City (Capital) 610,417 718,821 866,171 1.65 1.88 1.76

Lapu-Lapu City (Opon) 146,194 217,019 350,467 4.03 4.91 4.47

Mandaue City 180,285 259,728 331,320 3.72 2.46 3.09

Negros Oriental 925,272 1,130,088 1,286,666 2.02 1.31 1.66


Amlan (Ayuquitan) 16,145 19,227 22,206 1.76 1.45 1.61
Ayungon 33,317 40,744 46,146 2.03 1.25 1.64

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B. Population and Annual Growth Rates by Province, City, and Municipality


Region VII - Central Visayas: 1990, 2000, and 2010 -- concluded

Total Population Population Growth Rate


Region/Province/City/Municipality 1990- 2000- 1990-
1-May-90 1-May-00 1-May-10
2000 2010 2010

Bacong 16,384 23,219 32,286 3.55 3.35 3.45


Bais City 59,591 68,115 74,722 1.34 0.93 1.14
Basay 17,736 21,366 24,913 1.88 1.55 1.71
City of Bayawan (Tulong) 78,280 101,391 114,074 2.62 1.18 1.90
Bindoy (Payabon) 29,347 34,773 39,416 1.71 1.26 1.48
Canlaon City 37,165 46,548 50,627 2.27 0.84 1.56
Dauin 17,513 21,077 25,239 1.87 1.82 1.84
Dumaguete City (Capital) 80,262 102,265 120,883 2.45 1.69 2.07
City of Guihulngan 74,493 84,607 93,675 1.28 1.02 1.15
Jimalalud 22,089 26,756 29,044 1.93 0.82 1.38
La Libertad 29,958 35,122 38,904 1.60 1.03 1.31
Mabinay 58,935 67,001 74,187 1.29 1.02 1.16
Manjuyod 31,989 37,863 41,107 1.70 0.82 1.26
Pamplona 27,971 32,790 34,906 1.60 0.63 1.11
San Jose 12,821 15,665 19,098 2.02 2.00 2.01
Santa Catalina 53,560 67,197 73,306 2.29 0.87 1.58
Siaton 48,982 64,258 73,285 2.75 1.32 2.03
Sibulan 27,172 37,523 51,519 3.28 3.22 3.25
City of Tanjay 62,656 70,169 79,098 1.14 1.20 1.17
Tayasan 25,749 30,795 34,609 1.80 1.17 1.49
Valencia (Luzurriaga) 18,102 24,365 31,477 3.01 2.59 2.80
Vallehermoso 27,945 33,914 36,943 1.95 0.86 1.40
Zamboanguita 17,110 23,338 24,996 3.15 0.69 1.91

Siquijor 73,932 81,598 91,066 0.99 1.10 1.05


Enrique Villanueva 4,733 5,364 5,972 1.26 1.08 1.17
Larena 11,010 12,281 12,931 1.10 0.52 0.81
Lazi 16,672 18,314 20,024 0.94 0.90 0.92
Maria 11,140 12,275 13,383 0.97 0.87 0.92
San Juan 11,517 12,198 13,525 0.58 1.04 0.81
Siquijor (Capital) 18,860 21,166 25,231 1.16 1.77 1.46

Sources:
National Statistics Office, 1990 Census of Population and Housing
National Statistics Office, 2000 Census of Population and Housing
National Statistics Office, 2010 Census of Population and Housing

Notes:
a
Population counts for the regions do not add up to the national total. Includes 2,876 homeless population and 2,336 Filipinos in
Philippine Embassies, Consulates and Mission Abroad.
b
Population counts for the regions do not add up to the national total. Includes 18,989 persons residing in the areas disputed by the
City of Pasig (NCR) and the province of Rizal (Region IVA); and 2,851 Filipinos in Philippine Embassies, Consulates and Mission Abroad.
c
Population counts for the regions do not add up to the national total. Includes 2,739 Filipinos in Philippine Embassies, Consulates
and Mission Abroad.

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C. Total Population, Household Population, Number of Households, and Average Household Size
by Region, Province, and Highly Urbanized City: Philippines, 2010

Household Number of Average


Region/Province/Highly Urbanized City Total Population
Population Households Household Size

a
Philippines 92,337,852 92,097,978 20,171,899 4.6

National Capital Region 11,855,975 11,796,873 2,759,829 4.3


Caloocan City 1,489,040 1,487,245 345,444 4.3
City of Las Piñas 552,573 551,886 127,723 4.3
City of Makati 529,039 526,952 126,457 4.2
City of Malabon 353,337 352,890 82,546 4.3
City of Mandaluyong 328,699 323,372 79,935 4.0
City of Manila 1,652,171 1,642,743 386,835 4.2
City of Marikina 424,150 424,150 91,414 4.6
City of Muntinlupa 459,941 438,843 103,949 4.2
City of Navotas 249,131 248,831 59,296 4.2
City of Parañaque 588,126 586,322 137,405 4.3
Pasay City 392,869 391,456 97,966 4.0
City of Pasig 669,773 668,569 154,970 4.3
Pateros 64,147 64,020 14,629 4.4
Quezon City 2,761,720 2,751,579 634,346 4.3
City of San Juan 121,430 120,898 28,890 4.2
Taguig City 644,473 642,277 150,190 4.3
City of Valenzuela 575,356 574,840 137,834 4.2

Cordillera Administrative Region 1,616,867 1,611,669 352,403 4.6


Abra 234,733 234,000 49,144 4.8
Apayao 112,636 112,523 23,337 4.8
Benguet (excluding Baguio City) 403,944 403,129 90,440 4.5
Baguio City 318,676 315,800 78,313 4.0
Ifugao 191,078 190,948 39,479 4.8
Kalinga 201,613 201,206 38,642 5.2
Mountain Province 154,187 154,063 33,048 4.7

Region I – Ilocos Region 4,748,372 4,743,067 1,050,605 4.5


Ilocos Norte 568,017 567,006 128,558 4.4
Ilocos Sur 658,587 657,902 145,674 4.5
La Union 741,906 740,710 163,820 4.5
Pangasinan 2,779,862 2,777,449 612,553 4.5

Region II – Cagayan Valley 3,229,163 3,225,761 727,327 4.4


Batanes 16,604 16,530 4,270 3.9
Cagayan 1,124,773 1,123,570 250,465 4.5
Isabela 1,489,645 1,488,518 336,823 4.4
Nueva Vizcaya 421,355 420,676 95,999 4.4
Quirino 176,786 176,467 39,770 4.4

Region III – Central Luzon 10,137,737 10,118,478 2,239,011 4.5


Aurora 201,233 200,799 44,740 4.5
Bataan 687,482 685,167 150,090 4.6
Bulacan 2,924,433 2,919,370 659,158 4.4
Nueva Ecija 1,955,373 1,953,716 439,460 4.4
Pampanga (excluding Angeles City) 2,014,019 2,010,219 416,271 4.8
Angeles City 326,336 324,510 74,510 4.4
Tarlac 1,273,240 1,271,743 280,382 4.5
Zambales (excluding Olongapo City) 534,443 532,836 122,158 4.4
Olongapo City 221,178 220,118 52,242 4.2

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C. Total Population, Household Population, Number of Households, and Average Household Size
by Region, Province, and Highly Urbanized City: Philippines, 2010 -- continued

Household Number of Average


Region/Province/Highly Urbanized City Total Population
Population Households Household Size

Region IV-A – CALABARZON 12,609,803 12,583,009 2,833,595 4.4


Batangas 2,377,395 2,374,327 511,530 4.6
Cavite 3,090,691 3,078,727 703,841 4.4
Laguna 2,669,847 2,665,732 623,707 4.3
Quezon (excluding Lucena City) 1,740,638 1,738,015 384,455 4.5
Lucena City 246,392 245,242 54,488 4.5
Rizal 2,484,840 2,480,966 555,574 4.5

Region IV-B – MIMAROPA 2,744,671 2,731,928 602,131 4.5


Marinduque 227,828 227,582 51,648 4.4
Occidental Mindoro 452,971 450,779 98,872 4.6
Oriental Mindoro 785,602 784,375 172,956 4.5
Palawan (excluding Puerto Princesa City) 771,667 768,800 165,272 4.7
Puerto Princesa City 222,673 216,910 50,669 4.3
Romblon 283,930 283,482 62,714 4.5

Region V – Bicol Region 5,420,411 5,411,521 1,111,753 4.9


Albay 1,233,432 1,231,607 255,672 4.8
Camarines Norte 542,915 542,315 116,728 4.6
Camarines Sur 1,822,371 1,818,699 364,472 5.0
Catanduanes 246,300 245,574 49,368 5.0
Masbate 834,650 833,638 171,644 4.9
Sorsogon 740,743 739,688 153,869 4.8

Region VI – Western Visayas 7,102,438 7,089,739 1,526,587 4.6


Aklan 535,725 533,573 116,123 4.6
Antique 546,031 545,204 115,818 4.7
Capiz 719,685 718,961 159,061 4.5
Guimaras 162,943 162,734 35,462 4.6
Iloilo (excluding Iloilo City) 1,805,576 1,803,710 378,856 4.8
Iloilo City 424,619 421,976 90,681 4.7
Negros Occidental (excluding Bacolod City) 2,396,039 2,393,087 513,995 4.7
Bacolod City 511,820 510,494 116,591 4.4

Region VII – Central Visayas 6,800,180 6,784,538 1,487,710 4.6


Bohol 1,255,128 1,252,793 261,408 4.8
Cebu (excluding Cebu City, Lapu-Lapu City and Mandaue City) 2,619,362 2,613,842 565,583 4.6
Cebu City 866,171 860,942 195,461 4.4
Lapu-lapu City 350,467 350,422 80,913 4.3
Mandaue City 331,320 331,213 78,394 4.2
Negros Oriental 1,286,666 1,284,351 284,740 4.5
Siquijor 91,066 90,975 21,211 4.3

Region VIII – Eastern Visayas 4,101,322 4,089,734 865,657 4.7


Biliran 161,760 161,250 34,224 4.7
Eastern Samar 428,877 427,974 90,041 4.8
Leyte (excluding Tacloban City) 1,567,984 1,563,364 346,346 4.5
Tacloban City 1 221,174 219,314 45,478 4.8
Northern Samar 589,013 587,586 113,980 5.2
Samar (Western Samar) 733,377 731,669 145,916 5.0
Southern Leyte 399,137 398,577 89,672 4.4

Region IX – Zamboanga Peninsula 3,407,353 3,397,838 726,272 4.7


City of Isabela 97,857 97,690 20,294 4.8
Zamboanga del Norte 957,997 955,668 205,338 4.7
Zamboanga del Sur (excluding Zamboanga City) 959,685 957,499 203,402 4.7
Zamboanga City 807,129 803,282 175,050 4.6
Zamboanga Sibugay 584,685 583,699 122,188 4.8

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C. Total Population, Household Population, Number of Households, and Average Household Size
by Region, Province, and Highly Urbanized City: Philippines, 2010 -- concluded

Household Number of Average


Region/Province/Highly Urbanized City Total Population
Population Households Household Size

Region X – Northern Mindanao 4,297,323 4,284,594 917,840 4.7


Bukidnon 1,299,192 1,294,877 272,884 4.7
Camiguin 83,807 83,676 18,183 4.6
Lanao del Norte (excluding Iligan City) 607,917 607,116 122,868 4.9
Iligan City 322,821 321,156 67,965 4.7
Misamis Occidental 567,642 566,340 125,244 4.5
Misamis Oriental (excluding Cagayan de Oro City) 813,856 812,626 173,231 4.7
Cagayan de Oro City 602,088 598,803 137,465 4.4

Region XI – Davao Region 4,468,563 4,452,549 1,011,943 4.4


Compostela Valley 687,195 686,704 151,821 4.5
Davao del Norte 945,764 937,785 211,099 4.4
Davao del Sur (excluding Davao City) 868,690 867,695 200,987 4.3
Davao City 1,449,296 1,443,890 334,473 4.3
Davao Oriental 517,618 516,475 113,563 4.5

Region XII – SOCCSKSARGEN 4,109,571 4,103,105 916,038 4.5


Cotabato City 271,786 271,609 55,171 4.9
Cotabato (North Cotabato) 1,226,508 1,224,279 271,784 4.5
Sarangani 498,904 498,459 108,622 4.6
South Cotabato (excluding General Santos City) 827,200 825,816 186,184 4.4
General Santos City (Dadiangas) 538,086 536,566 125,368 4.3
Sultan Kudarat 747,087 746,376 168,909 4.4

Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao 3,256,140 3,248,787 538,941 6.0


Basilan (excluding City of Isabela) 293,322 293,204 51,552 5.7
Lanao del Sur 933,260 928,384 143,786 6.5
Maguindanao (excluding Cotabato City) 944,718 943,486 157,715 6.0
Sulu 718,290 718,277 122,001 5.9
Tawi-Tawi 366,550 365,436 63,887 5.7

CARAGA 2,429,224 2,424,788 504,257 4.8


Agusan del Norte (excluding Butuan City) 332,487 332,189 68,051 4.9
Butuan City 309,709 308,600 65,642 4.7
Agusan del Sur 656,418 655,331 133,985 4.9
Dinagat Islands 126,803 126,699 27,460 4.6
Surigao del Norte 442,588 441,829 94,150 4.7
Surigao del Sur 561,219 560,140 114,969 4.9

Source:
National Statistics Office, 2010 Census of Population and Housing

Notes:
a
Total population counts for the regions do not add up to the national total. Includes 2,739 Filipinos in Philippine Embassies, Consulates
and Mission Abroad.
1
Converted into a a highly urbanized city under Presidential Proclamation No. 1637; ratified on December 18, 2008.

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2010 Census of Population and Housing Bohol

Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

BOHOL 1,255,128 1,252,793 261,408

ALBURQUERQUE 9,921 9,896 2,127


Bahi 787 787 180
Basacdacu 759 759 171
Cantiguib 555 555 120
Dangay 798 798 172
East Poblacion 1,829 1,819 391
Ponong 1,121 1,121 224
San Agustin 526 526 122
Santa Filomena 911 911 193
Tagbuane 888 888 183
Toril 706 706 156
West Poblacion 1,041 1,026 215

ALICIA 22,285 22,285 4,737


Cabatang 675 675 143
Cagongcagong 423 423 92
Cambaol 1,087 1,087 233
Cayacay 1,713 1,713 391
Del Monte 806 806 169
Katipunan 2,230 2,230 464
La Hacienda 3,710 3,710 739
Mahayag 687 687 141
Napo 1,255 1,255 269
Pagahat 586 586 118
Poblacion (Calingganay) 4,064 4,064 904
Progreso 1,019 1,019 230
Putlongcam 1,578 1,578 348
Sudlon (Omhor) 648 648 119
Untaga 1,804 1,804 377

ANDA 16,909 16,866 3,532


Almaria 392 392 74
Bacong 2,289 2,289 495
Badiang 1,277 1,277 273
Buenasuerte 398 398 69
Candabong 2,297 2,282 465
Casica 406 406 88

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Bohol 2010 Census of Population and Housing

Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Katipunan 503 503 112


Linawan 987 987 200
Lundag 1,029 1,029 187
Poblacion 1,295 1,295 277
Santa Cruz 1,123 1,123 241
Suba 1,125 1,125 258
Talisay 1,048 1,034 224
Tanod 487 487 94
Tawid 825 825 174
Virgen 1,428 1,414 301

ANTEQUERA 14,481 14,477 3,295


Angilan 1,012 1,012 211
Bantolinao 1,226 1,226 274
Bicahan 783 783 167
Bitaugan 591 591 130
Bungahan 744 744 181
Canlaas 736 736 182
Cansibuan 512 512 141
Can-omay 721 721 151
Celing 671 671 140
Danao 453 453 104
Danicop 576 576 140
Mag-aso 434 434 101
Poblacion 1,332 1,328 271
Quinapon-an 278 278 67
Santo Rosario 475 475 98
Tabuan 584 584 135
Tagubaas 386 386 91
Tupas 935 935 212
Ubojan 529 529 135
Viga 614 614 139
Villa Aurora (Canoc-oc) 889 889 225

BACLAYON 18,630 18,594 3,866


Cambanac 395 395 90
Dasitam 700 700 152
Buenaventura 426 426 87
Guiwanon 1,249 1,249 265

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Landican 708 708 163


Laya 1,001 965 201
Libertad 1,219 1,219 251
Montana 1,613 1,613 315
Pamilacan 1,422 1,422 280
Payahan 821 821 153
Poblacion 1,905 1,905 395
San Isidro 775 775 165
San Roque 1,424 1,424 306
San Vicente 1,130 1,130 235
Santa Cruz 1,442 1,442 290
Taguihon 1,689 1,689 345
Tanday 711 711 173

BALILIHAN 17,147 17,095 3,885


Baucan Norte 688 688 160
Baucan Sur 852 820 165
Boctol 1,094 1,094 242
Boyog Norte 212 212 55
Boyog Proper 199 199 46
Boyog Sur 329 329 80
Cabad 570 570 127
Candasig 591 591 133
Cantalid 387 387 84
Cantomimbo 537 537 127
Cogon 835 832 196
Datag Norte 540 540 126
Datag Sur 414 404 108
Del Carmen Este (Pob.) 672 672 149
Del Carmen Norte (Pob.) 720 719 160
Del Carmen Weste (Pob.) 865 865 188
Del Carmen Sur (Pob.) 600 600 138
Del Rosario 260 260 59
Dorol 751 751 180
Haguilanan Grande 836 836 172
Hanopol Este 337 335 77
Hanopol Norte 349 349 75
Hanopol Weste 272 272 60
Magsija 477 477 107

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Bohol 2010 Census of Population and Housing

Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Maslog 428 428 91


Sagasa 512 512 125
Sal-ing 697 693 161
San Isidro 458 458 107
San Roque 519 519 122
Santo Niño 494 494 124
Tagustusan 652 652 141

BATUAN 12,431 12,426 2,664


Aloja 437 437 113
Cabacnitan 596 596 122
Cambacay 585 585 145
Cantigdas 735 735 152
Garcia 546 546 109
Janlud 703 703 168
Poblacion Norte 1,889 1,889 367
Poblacion Sur 1,353 1,352 267
Poblacion Vieja (Longsudaan) 894 892 195
Quezon 603 603 128
Quirino 447 447 98
Rizal 1,277 1,277 269
Rosariohan 939 937 222
Behind The Clouds (San Jose) 256 256 54
Santa Cruz 1,171 1,171 255

BILAR 17,098 17,082 3,578


Bonifacio 262 262 55
Bugang Norte 650 650 122
Bugang Sur 940 940 176
Cabacnitan (Magsaysay) 745 745 153
Cambigsi 689 689 138
Campagao 1,284 1,284 267
Cansumbol 1,235 1,235 242
Dagohoy 836 836 189
Owac 975 975 219
Poblacion 1,500 1,500 302
Quezon 668 668 156
Riverside 886 870 179
Rizal 456 456 109

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2010 Census of Population and Housing Bohol

Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Roxas 1,011 1,011 222


Subayon 1,200 1,200 254
Villa Aurora 731 731 153
Villa Suerte 269 269 50
Yanaya 1,123 1,123 251
Zamora 1,638 1,638 341

BUENAVISTA 27,031 27,008 5,327


Anonang 405 405 76
Asinan 800 800 179
Bago 575 574 125
Baluarte 437 437 77
Bantuan 659 659 123
Bato 664 664 147
Bonotbonot 801 801 166
Bugaong 489 489 102
Cambuhat 1,045 1,045 240
Cambus-oc 716 716 152
Cangawa 1,091 1,090 225
Cantomugcad 296 296 66
Cantores 570 570 120
Cantuba 923 923 174
Catigbian 624 624 119
Cawag 668 668 133
Cruz 897 893 182
Dait 1,044 1,044 212
Eastern Cabul-an 1,924 1,924 314
Hunan 882 880 177
Lapacan Norte 398 398 87
Lapacan Sur 479 479 102
Lubang 1,052 1,041 189
Lusong (Plateau) 626 626 129
Magkaya 828 828 162
Merryland 241 241 56
Nueva Granada 549 549 94
Nueva Montana 550 548 97
Overland 944 944 180
Panghagban 1,134 1,134 218
Poblacion 859 857 179

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Bohol 2010 Census of Population and Housing

Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Puting Bato 556 556 112


Rufo Hill 866 866 167
Sweetland 714 714 138
Western Cabul-an 1,725 1,725 308

CALAPE 30,146 30,146 6,665


Abucayan Norte 1,326 1,326 299
Abucayan Sur 786 786 181
Banlasan 755 755 168
Bentig 1,797 1,797 383
Binogawan 466 466 99
Bonbon 1,222 1,222 246
Cabayugan 880 880 228
Cabudburan 548 548 152
Calunasan 798 798 178
Camias 505 505 108
Canguha 283 283 67
Catmonan 1,221 1,221 260
Desamparados (Pob.) 880 880 170
Kahayag 512 512 119
Kinabag-an 511 511 120
Labuon 562 562 123
Lawis 617 617 144
Liboron 1,434 1,434 311
Lo-oc 506 506 108
Lomboy 490 490 111
Lucob 1,330 1,330 325
Madangog 622 622 128
Magtongtong 404 404 127
Mandaug 1,451 1,451 299
Mantatao 967 967 194
Sampoangon 373 373 92
San Isidro 2,412 2,412 473
Santa Cruz (Pob.) 2,401 2,401 504
Sojoton 664 664 157
Talisay 415 415 100
Tinibgan 733 733 185
Tultugan 830 830 182
Ulbujan 1,445 1,445 324

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

CANDIJAY 29,043 29,043 6,193


Abihilan 1,209 1,209 226
Anoling 1,114 1,114 244
Boyo-an 1,612 1,612 345
Cadapdapan 1,381 1,381 280
Cambane 435 435 101
Can-olin 2,215 2,215 489
Canawa 1,415 1,415 264
Cogtong 2,492 2,492 543
La Union 1,365 1,365 309
Luan 886 886 174
Lungsoda-an 1,461 1,461 314
Mahangin 906 906 186
Pagahat 443 443 93
Panadtaran 1,002 1,002 217
Panas 1,477 1,477 303
Poblacion 3,344 3,344 750
San Isidro 1,042 1,042 227
Tambongan 1,587 1,587 363
Tawid 1,089 1,089 229
Tugas 1,640 1,640 336
Tubod (Tres Rosas) 928 928 200

CARMEN 43,579 43,464 9,094


Alegria 1,199 1,199 245
Bicao 2,295 2,295 478
Buenavista 2,546 2,546 506
Buenos Aires 1,337 1,337 268
Calatrava 1,801 1,801 396
El Progreso 820 820 163
El Salvador 543 543 117
Guadalupe 1,991 1,991 385
Katipunan 2,712 2,684 546
La Libertad 840 840 167
La Paz 1,430 1,430 296
La Salvacion 1,061 1,061 223
La Victoria 1,100 1,100 249
Matin-ao 800 800 186
Montehermoso 952 952 196

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Montesuerte 2,467 2,467 549


Montesunting 870 870 180
Montevideo 1,274 1,274 266
Nueva Fuerza 2,281 2,281 475
Nueva Vida Este 918 918 198
Nueva Vida Sur 915 915 192
Nueva Vida Norte 981 981 212
Poblacion Norte 2,937 2,909 585
Poblacion Sur 2,961 2,902 590
Tambo-an 1,175 1,175 251
Vallehermoso 1,709 1,709 393
Villaflor 863 863 175
Villafuerte 1,012 1,012 216
Villarcayo 1,789 1,789 391

CATIGBIAN 22,686 22,675 4,791


Alegria 1,247 1,247 282
Ambuan 1,197 1,197 262
Baang 1,381 1,381 292
Bagtic 1,069 1,069 220
Bongbong 579 579 140
Cambailan 916 916 170
Candumayao 1,545 1,545 312
Kang-iras 709 709 165
Causwagan Norte 1,812 1,812 346
Hagbuaya 875 875 185
Haguilanan 1,133 1,133 243
Libertad Sur 364 364 67
Liboron 930 930 187
Mahayag Norte 577 577 113
Mahayag Sur 277 277 55
Maitum 1,035 1,035 237
Mantasida 913 913 188
Poblacion 1,810 1,810 361
Rizal 694 694 158
Sinakayanan 733 733 180
Triple Union 1,148 1,148 257
Poblacion Weste 1,742 1,731 371

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

CLARIN 20,296 20,277 4,420


Bacani 1,208 1,208 271
Bogtongbod 1,377 1,377 301
Bonbon 1,487 1,487 306
Bontud 456 456 97
Buacao 797 797 166
Buangan 796 796 174
Cabog 764 764 166
Caboy 571 571 116
Caluwasan 222 222 52
Candajec 932 932 196
Cantoyoc 343 343 82
Comaang 471 471 108
Danahao 856 856 192
Katipunan 340 340 78
Lajog 1,381 1,381 304
Mataub 700 700 142
Nahawan 2,208 2,194 479
Poblacion Centro 1,234 1,234 264
Poblacion Norte 838 833 192
Poblacion Sur 1,159 1,159 266
Tangaran 850 850 176
Tontunan 559 559 126
Tubod 402 402 88
Villaflor 345 345 78

CORELLA 7,699 7,699 1,715


Anislag 1,233 1,233 272
Canangca-an 888 888 204
Canapnapan 784 784 172
Cancatac 921 921 188
Pandol 640 640 169
Poblacion 1,181 1,181 248
Sambog 1,327 1,327 289
Tanday 725 725 173

CORTES 15,294 15,253 3,266


De la Paz 2,546 2,546 550
Fatima 962 962 233

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Loreto 1,388 1,388 306


Lourdes 1,668 1,631 300
Malayo Norte 1,291 1,291 278
Malayo Sur 596 596 150
Monserrat 391 391 89
New Lourdes 699 699 140
Patrocinio 685 685 156
Poblacion 1,273 1,269 256
Rosario 668 668 162
Salvador 1,105 1,105 231
San Roque 1,022 1,022 210
Upper de la Paz 1,000 1,000 205

DAGOHOY 18,868 18,859 3,807


Babag 1,338 1,338 252
Can-oling 772 772 192
Candelaria 1,006 1,006 206
Estaca 538 538 115
Cagawasan 1,044 1,044 202
Cagawitan 612 612 122
Caluasan 1,816 1,816 373
La Esperanza 1,085 1,085 215
Mahayag 1,016 1,016 189
Malitbog 1,509 1,509 305
Poblacion 2,646 2,637 539
San Miguel 2,819 2,819 550
San Vicente 1,374 1,374 263
Santa Cruz 850 850 174
Villa Aurora 443 443 110

DANAO 17,952 17,943 3,374


Cabatuan 1,353 1,353 232
Cantubod 1,047 1,047 202
Carbon 513 513 99
Concepcion 1,623 1,623 297
Dagohoy 685 685 122
Hibale 856 856 184
Magtangtang 1,422 1,417 276
Nahud 855 855 160

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Poblacion 3,296 3,292 624


Remedios 1,220 1,220 236
San Carlos 1,236 1,236 231
San Miguel 499 499 105
Santa Fe 526 526 96
Santo Niño 748 748 128
Tabok 1,060 1,060 174
Taming 863 863 176
Villa Anunciado 150 150 32

DAUIS 39,448 39,272 8,221


Biking 3,334 3,334 745
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Bingag 3,887 3,878 810
San Isidro (Canlongon) 1,238 1,238 275
Catarman 4,373 4,373 865
Dao 1,331 1,194 256
Mayacabac 3,469 3,469 708
Poblacion 2,672 2,672 561
Songculan 3,870 3,862 776
Tabalong b 4,410 4,404 947
Tinago 2,169 2,169 488
Totolan 5,479 5,472 1,123
Mariveles 3,216 3,207 667

DIMIAO 15,166 15,117 3,197


Abihid 333 333 82
Alemania 208 208 45
Baguhan 324 324 70
Bakilid 165 165 36
Balbalan 273 273 57
Banban 521 521 103
Bauhugan 308 308 67
Bilisan 161 161 33
Cabagakian 649 649 142
Cabanbanan 416 416 86
Cadap-agan 445 445 94
Cambacol 248 248 60
Cambayaon 372 372 80
Canhayupon 669 669 140

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Canlambong 526 526 99


Casingan 207 207 49
Catugasan 313 313 62
Datag 221 221 42
Guindaguitan 455 455 114
Guingoyuran 538 538 105
Ile 269 269 52
Lapsaon 455 455 91
Limokon Ilaod 641 641 140
Limokon Ilaya 724 724 153
Luyo 960 960 185
Malijao 319 319 59
Oac 805 805 160
Pagsa 309 309 64
Pangihawan 242 240 42
Sawang 491 491 116
Puangyuta 297 297 70
Tangohay 635 635 158
Taongon Cabatuan 594 547 129
Tawid Bitaog 271 271 57
Taongon Can-andam 802 802 155

DUERO 17,580 17,580 3,749


Alejawan 801 801 182
Angilan 540 540 112
Anibongan 540 540 111
Bangwalog 1,340 1,340 270
Cansuhay 735 735 184
Danao 688 688 138
Duay 390 390 86
Guinsularan 1,736 1,736 366
Itum 1,139 1,139 254
Langkis 1,002 1,002 212
Lobogon 1,329 1,329 269
Madua Norte 475 475 107
Madua Sur 699 699 153
Mambool 556 556 114
Mawi 518 518 112
Payao 598 598 135

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

San Antonio (Pob.) 1,211 1,211 262


San Isidro 809 809 185
San Pedro 1,334 1,334 277
Imelda 615 615 120
Taytay 525 525 100

GARCIA HERNANDEZ 23,038 23,038 4,571


Abijilan 1,479 1,479 282
Antipolo 627 627 119
Basiao 514 514 106
Cagwang 340 340 52
Calma 752 752 149
Cambuyo 614 614 107
Canayaon East 931 931 186
Canayaon West 945 945 198
Candanas 771 771 177
Candulao 422 422 77
Catmon 220 220 46
Cayam 1,194 1,194 215
Cupa 212 212 52
Datag 1,184 1,184 219
Estaca 194 194 38
Libertad 421 421 84
Lungsodaan East 1,098 1,098 211
Lungsodaan West 997 997 184
Malinao 1,046 1,046 168
Manaba 1,679 1,679 344
Pasong 918 918 207
Poblacion East 1,328 1,328 274
Poblacion West 961 961 193
Sacaon 614 614 132
Sampong 241 241 48
Tabuan 1,277 1,277 273
Togbongon 367 367 71
Ulbujan East 673 673 137
Ulbujan West 745 745 157
Victoria 274 274 65

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

GUINDULMAN 31,789 31,789 6,866


Basdio 1,883 1,883 404
Bato 1,263 1,263 266
Bayong 1,352 1,352 260
Biabas 1,491 1,491 279
Bulawan 918 918 181
Cabantian 1,388 1,388 328
Canhaway 3,150 3,150 733
Cansiwang 786 786 165
Casbu 929 929 213
Catungawan Sur 1,764 1,764 443
Catungawan Norte 1,069 1,069 230
Guinacot 1,767 1,767 418
Guio-ang 2,627 2,627 556
Lombog 2,050 2,050 405
Mayuga 2,535 2,535 519
Sawang (Pob.) 1,869 1,869 395
Tabajan (Pob.) 2,437 2,437 528
Tabunok 747 747 165
Trinidad 1,764 1,764 378

INABANGA 43,291 43,272 8,968


Anonang 721 721 131
Bahan 464 464 92
Badiang 1,083 1,083 225
Baguhan 541 541 117
Banahao 652 652 159
Baogo 1,252 1,252 261
Bugang 696 696 166
Cagawasan 1,290 1,290 242
Cagayan 390 390 77
Cambitoon 919 919 196
Canlinte 276 276 58
Cawayan 1,147 1,143 240
Cogon 865 865 175
Cuaming 2,826 2,826 553
Dagnawan 637 637 128
Dagohoy 1,310 1,310 263
Dait Sur 622 622 144

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Datag 559 557 115


Fatima 721 721 149
Hambongan 523 523 107
Ilaud (Pob.) 954 954 200
Ilaya 376 376 85
Ilihan 398 398 85
Lapacan Norte 350 350 80
Lapacan Sur 1,217 1,217 266
Lawis 1,389 1,389 343
Liloan Norte 1,490 1,490 295
Liloan Sur 954 954 196
Lomboy 589 589 125
Lonoy Cainsican 656 656 134
Lonoy Roma 593 593 125
Lutao 1,173 1,173 243
Luyo 732 732 154
Mabuhay 383 383 78
Maria Rosario 424 424 93
Nabuad 1,804 1,804 388
Napo 706 706 160
Ondol 1,122 1,122 198
Poblacion 930 917 199
Riverside 260 260 64
Saa 634 634 127
San Isidro 992 992 194
San Jose 1,566 1,566 356
Santo Niño 799 799 160
Santo Rosario 997 997 198
Sua 554 554 103
Tambook 490 490 91
Tungod 1,089 1,089 191
U-og 1,112 1,112 214
Ubujan 1,064 1,064 225

JAGNA 32,566 32,518 6,929


Alejawan 843 843 191
Balili 1,263 1,263 242
Boctol 1,023 1,023 252
Buyog 386 386 79

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Bunga Ilaya 816 816 183


Bunga Mar 1,385 1,385 295
Cabunga-an 1,179 1,179 222
Calabacita 1,362 1,362 300
Cambugason 993 993 208
Can-ipol 511 511 93
Canjulao 2,752 2,741 585
Cantagay 834 834 181
Cantuyoc 884 884 201
Can-uba 343 343 75
Can-upao 2,037 2,037 397
Faraon 547 547 119
Ipil 319 319 70
Kinagbaan 436 436 97
Laca 316 316 61
Larapan 764 764 171
Lonoy 1,259 1,255 243
Looc 865 862 180
Malbog 1,031 1,031 219
Mayana 1,482 1,482 322
Naatang 580 580 129
Nausok 348 348 85
Odiong 1,023 1,023 223
Pagina 1,405 1,405 282
Pangdan 1,197 1,195 253
Poblacion (Pondol) 1,020 992 242
Tejero 1,412 1,412 301
Tubod Mar 516 516 116
Tubod Monte 1,435 1,435 312

GETAFE 1 27,788 27,778 5,667


Alumar 935 935 185
Banacon 1,304 1,304 271
Buyog 775 775 159
Cabasakan 1,149 1,149 222
Campao Occidental 418 418 78
Campao Oriental 963 963 189
Cangmundo 968 968 187
Carlos P. Garcia 858 858 178

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Corte Baud 704 704 145


Handumon 983 983 207
Jagoliao 1,478 1,478 258
Jandayan Norte 901 901 177
Jandayan Sur 1,360 1,360 289
Mahanay (Mahanay Island) 484 484 82
Nasingin 1,809 1,809 373
Pandanon 1,840 1,840 343
Poblacion 2,371 2,361 566
Saguise 1,358 1,358 304
Salog 1,036 1,036 211
San Jose 1,432 1,432 279
Santo Niño 686 686 128
Taytay 1,334 1,334 282
Tugas 896 896 196
Tulang 1,746 1,746 358

LILA 11,985 11,985 1,995


Banban 918 918 146
Bonkokan Ilaya 691 691 119
Bonkokan Ubos 775 775 140
Calvario 919 919 141
Candulang 378 378 74
Catugasan 431 431 75
Cayupo 214 214 34
Cogon 460 460 78
Jambawan 575 575 96
La Fortuna 677 677 98
Lomanoy 616 616 93
Macalingan 558 558 103
Malinao East 800 800 140
Malinao West 243 243 42
Nagsulay 1,031 1,031 179
Poblacion 1,163 1,163 205
Taug 635 635 99
Tiguis 901 901 133

LOAY 16,261 16,251 3,365


Agape 551 551 110

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Alegria Norte 299 299 63


Alegria Sur 961 961 203
Bonbon 314 314 72
Botoc Occidental 521 521 112
Botoc Oriental 648 643 143
Calvario 715 715 150
Concepcion 732 732 156
Hinawanan 364 364 87
Las Salinas Norte 217 217 46
Las Salinas Sur 749 749 139
Palo 335 335 79
Poblacion Ibabao 1,220 1,220 245
Poblacion Ubos 775 770 155
Sagnap 503 503 104
Tambangan 763 763 175
Tangcasan Norte 699 699 137
Tangcasan Sur 896 896 170
Tayong Occidental 451 451 98
Tayong Oriental 1,011 1,011 191
Tocdog Dacu 701 701 152
Tocdog Ilaya 424 424 95
Villalimpia 1,674 1,674 333
Yanangan 738 738 150

LOBOC 16,312 16,312 3,380


Agape 660 660 127
Alegria 571 571 123
Bagumbayan 684 684 157
Bahian 519 519 98
Bonbon Lower 218 218 42
Bonbon Upper 584 584 109
Buenavista 280 280 66
Bugho 572 572 105
Cabadiangan 276 276 49
Calunasan Norte 631 631 147
Calunasan Sur 406 406 77
Camayaan 1,039 1,039 216
Cambance 346 346 80
Candabong 736 736 138

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Candasag 254 254 48


Canlasid 250 250 50
Gon-ob 285 285 57
Gotozon 771 771 178
Jimilian 1,211 1,211 251
Oy 1,387 1,387 299
Poblacion Sawang 671 671 139
Poblacion Ondol 802 802 165
Quinoguitan 488 488 100
Taytay 259 259 48
Tigbao 867 867 194
Ugpong 332 332 73
Valladolid 478 478 93
Villaflor 735 735 151

LOON 42,800 42,729 9,432


Agsoso 254 254 52
Badbad Occidental 279 279 68
Badbad Oriental 509 509 117
Bagacay Katipunan 189 189 45
Bagacay Kawayan 427 427 102
Bagacay Saong 137 137 31
Bahi 367 367 84
Basac 1,414 1,414 323
Basdacu 962 962 220
Basdio 561 561 134
Biasong 323 323 66
Bongco 328 328 77
Bugho 285 285 68
Cabacongan 1,080 1,080 239
Cabadug 231 231 57
Cabug 185 185 48
Calayugan Norte 737 737 140
Calayugan Sur 538 538 103
Canmaag 404 404 106
Cambaquiz 1,042 1,042 237
Campatud 365 365 86
Candaigan 477 477 116
Canhangdon Occidental 848 848 173

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Canhangdon Oriental 549 549 105


Canigaan 826 826 165
Canmanoc 319 319 82
Cansuagwit 291 291 83
Cansubayon 505 505 132
Catagbacan Handig 994 994 211
Catagbacan Norte 1,186 1,173 244
Catagbacan Sur 973 973 211
Cantam-is Bago 284 284 61
Cantaongon 970 970 231
Cantumocad 852 852 176
Cantam-is Baslay 495 495 92
Cogon Norte (Pob.) 1,907 1,907 408
Cogon Sur 425 425 87
Cuasi 1,115 1,115 238
Genomoan 362 362 94
Lintuan 913 913 196
Looc 1,070 1,070 233
Mocpoc Norte 875 875 184
Mocpoc Sur 646 646 170
Nagtuang 493 493 120
Napo (Pob.) 1,342 1,342 253
Nueva Vida 263 263 55
Panangquilon 496 496 101
Pantudlan 808 808 206
Pig-ot 592 592 126
Moto Norte (Pob.) 1,369 1,318 290
Moto Sur (Pob.) 1,225 1,225 252
Pondol 1,476 1,476 304
Quinobcoban 185 185 46
Sondol 690 690 154
Song-on 683 683 144
Talisay 1,310 1,310 286
Tan-awan 110 110 24
Tangnan 867 860 199
Taytay 292 292 65
Ticugan 373 373 88
Tiwi 112 112 21
Tontonan 607 607 140

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Tubodacu 395 395 97


Tubodio 207 207 47
Tubuan 285 285 77
Ubayon 635 635 133
Ubojan 486 486 109

MABINI 28,174 28,172 5,957


Abaca 2,349 2,349 511
Abad Santos 720 720 126
Aguipo 1,368 1,368 298
Concepcion (Banlas) 1,259 1,259 282
Baybayon 1,508 1,508 290
Bulawan 658 658 139
Cabidian 1,040 1,040 222
Cawayanan 1,552 1,552 317
Del Mar 759 759 152
Lungsoda-an 1,130 1,130 238
Marcelo 1,000 1,000 196
Minol 1,414 1,414 322
Paraiso 819 819 165
Poblacion I 1,425 1,425 321
Poblacion II 1,697 1,697 369
San Isidro 1,633 1,633 326
San Jose 1,427 1,427 322
San Rafael 736 736 151
San Roque (Cabulao) 2,529 2,527 532
Tambo 914 914 186
Tangkigan 1,438 1,438 326
Valaga 799 799 166

MARIBOJOC 20,491 20,477 4,243


San Roque (Aghao) 1,177 1,177 245
Agahay 603 603 143
Aliguay 859 859 189
Anislag 1,004 1,004 197
Bayacabac 1,601 1,601 324
Bood 475 475 105
Busao 587 587 128
Cabawan 1,516 1,516 326

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Candavid 541 541 120


Dipatlong 1,562 1,562 289
Guiwanon 569 569 122
Jandig 897 897 185
Lagtangon 266 266 64
Lincod 1,781 1,773 351
Pagnitoan 630 630 137
Poblacion 2,298 2,294 442
Punsod 644 644 137
Punta Cruz 770 768 152
San Isidro 525 525 113
San Vicente 1,115 1,115 223
Tinibgan 614 614 144
Toril 457 457 107

PANGLAO 28,603 28,561 5,650


Bil-isan 3,050 3,050 588
Bolod 1,690 1,682 344
Danao 3,860 3,837 793
Doljo 3,004 3,004 579
Libaong 1,842 1,835 362
Looc 2,282 2,280 427
Lourdes 1,387 1,386 265
Poblacion 4,831 4,831 975
Tangnan 3,324 3,323 627
Tawala 3,333 3,333 690

PILAR 26,887 26,805 5,439


Aurora 410 410 83
Bagacay 890 890 193
Bagumbayan 1,725 1,643 340
Bayong 1,493 1,493 307
Buenasuerte 1,918 1,918 382
Cagawasan 1,086 1,086 204
Cansungay 769 769 157
Catagda-an 1,546 1,546 328
Del Pilar 890 890 184
Estaca 2,575 2,575 531
Ilaud 929 929 180

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Inaghuban 1,235 1,235 222


La Suerte 752 752 150
Lumbay 1,161 1,161 213
Lundag 735 735 142
Pamacsalan 666 666 154
Poblacion 2,806 2,806 569
Rizal 1,282 1,282 280
San Carlos 744 744 167
San Isidro 2,411 2,411 471
San Vicente 864 864 182

PRES. CARLOS P. GARCIA (PITOGO) 23,287 23,269 4,790


Aguining 2,294 2,294 479
Basiao 911 911 207
Baud 603 603 133
Bayog 309 309 61
Bogo 990 990 202
Bonbonon 1,286 1,286 272
Canmangao 948 948 200
Campamanog 1,560 1,560 299
Gaus 1,365 1,365 237
Kabangkalan 309 309 76
Lapinig 967 967 206
Lipata 685 685 138
Poblacion 2,700 2,700 535
Popoo 977 977 223
Saguise 745 745 156
San Jose (Tawid) 1,109 1,109 229
Santo Rosario 475 475 97
Tilmobo 197 197 51
Tugas 756 738 156
Tugnao 1,309 1,309 265
Villa Milagrosa 1,273 1,273 259
Butan 626 626 117
San Vicente 893 893 192

SAGBAYAN (BORJA) 20,091 20,077 4,469


Calangahan 910 910 206
Canmano 1,006 1,006 212

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by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Canmaya Centro 1,317 1,317 278


Canmaya Diot 1,161 1,161 276
Dagnawan 525 525 115
Kabasacan 490 490 112
Kagawasan 370 370 82
Katipunan 600 600 135
Langtad 570 570 125
Libertad Norte 316 316 74
Libertad Sur 184 181 37
Mantalongon 707 707 172
Poblacion 3,945 3,934 867
Sagbayan Sur 1,011 1,011 233
San Agustin 867 867 197
San Antonio 852 852 176
San Isidro 736 736 162
San Ramon 405 405 118
San Roque 420 420 79
San Vicente Norte 715 715 164
San Vicente Sur 290 290 59
Santa Catalina 721 721 153
Santa Cruz 985 985 205
Ubojan 988 988 232

SAN ISIDRO 9,125 9,119 2,180


Abehilan 621 621 147
Baunos 479 479 116
Cabanugan 892 892 217
Caimbang 668 668 164
Cambansag 683 681 158
Candungao 1,130 1,130 244
Cansague Norte 414 414 106
Cansague Sur 565 565 134
Causwagan Sur 613 613 165
Masonoy 547 547 134
Poblacion 2,225 2,221 528
Baryong Daan 288 288 67

SAN MIGUEL 23,574 23,569 4,813


Bayongan 2,251 2,251 458

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Bugang 1,111 1,111 229


Cabangahan 785 785 145
Kagawasan 1,190 1,190 294
Camanaga 1,705 1,705 327
Cambangay Norte 1,566 1,566 318
Capayas 1,033 1,033 223
Corazon 1,691 1,691 342
Garcia 646 646 130
Hagbuyo 1,214 1,214 238
Caluasan 679 679 124
Mahayag 2,329 2,329 490
Poblacion 2,514 2,509 502
San Isidro 1,541 1,541 316
San Jose 827 827 155
San Vicente 734 734 158
Santo Niño 695 695 148
Tomoc 1,063 1,063 216

SEVILLA 10,443 10,440 2,213


Bayawahan 877 877 180
Cabancalan 705 705 134
Calinga-an 592 592 137
Calinginan Norte 779 779 170
Calinginan Sur 594 594 130
Cambagui 1,033 1,033 238
Ewon 738 738 158
Guinob-an 609 609 139
Lagtangan 712 712 167
Licolico 854 854 181
Lobgob 791 791 179
Magsaysay 1,193 1,190 203
Poblacion 966 966 197

SIERRA BULLONES 24,698 24,688 5,129


Abachanan 1,999 1,999 457
Anibongan 707 707 162
Bugsoc 2,583 2,583 507
Canlangit 1,390 1,390 286
Canta-ub 314 314 63

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Casilay 407 407 75


Danicop 981 981 214
Dusita 598 598 125
Cahayag 489 489 108
La Union 620 620 129
Lataban 512 512 119
Magsaysay 580 580 133
Matin-ao 1,356 1,356 277
Man-od 1,072 1,072 219
Poblacion 2,763 2,753 576
Salvador 1,716 1,716 357
San Agustin 1,192 1,192 214
San Isidro 1,419 1,419 280
San Jose 879 879 178
San Juan 979 979 193
Santa Cruz 940 940 207
Villa Garcia 1,202 1,202 250

SIKATUNA 6,380 6,380 1,396


Abucay Norte 460 460 93
Abucay Sur 582 582 128
Badiang 605 605 139
Bahaybahay 396 396 82
Cambuac Norte 632 632 138
Cambuac Sur 1,173 1,173 258
Canagong 689 689 151
Libjo 466 466 102
Poblacion I 1,009 1,009 225
Poblacion II 368 368 80

TAGBILARAN CITY (Capital) 96,792 95,842 19,968


Bool 5,221 5,217 1,021
Booy 8,800 8,797 1,774
Cabawan 1,531 1,130 233
Cogon 17,114 16,983 3,753
Dao 8,227 8,200 1,673
Dampas 8,440 8,347 1,710
Manga 6,460 6,460 1,275
Mansasa 6,156 6,142 1,217

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Poblacion I 3,072 2,998 642


Poblacion II 5,029 4,956 1,088
Poblacion III 6,051 6,029 1,274
San Isidro 4,821 4,805 1,020
Taloto 6,376 6,317 1,327
Tiptip 4,360 4,359 893
Ubujan 5,134 5,102 1,068

TALIBON 61,373 61,157 12,354


Bagacay 2,911 2,911 611
Balintawak 1,517 1,517 303
Burgos 1,020 1,020 200
Busalian 2,031 2,031 431
Calituban 4,064 4,064 739
Cataban 1,262 1,262 254
Guindacpan 2,202 2,202 392
Magsaysay 1,347 1,347 235
Mahanay 1,659 1,659 321
Nocnocan 1,832 1,832 326
Poblacion 4,112 4,048 843
Rizal 1,472 1,472 269
Sag 996 996 182
San Agustin 3,867 3,867 774
San Carlos 1,441 1,441 328
San Francisco 5,510 5,510 1,148
San Isidro 3,598 3,594 754
San Jose 5,789 5,646 1,181
San Pedro 1,500 1,500 279
San Roque 2,590 2,590 548
Santo Niño 3,804 3,799 809
Sikatuna 1,703 1,703 333
Suba 1,683 1,683 362
Tanghaligue 2,062 2,062 420
Zamora 1,401 1,401 312

TRINIDAD 28,828 28,827 6,083


Banlasan 1,073 1,073 237
Bongbong 1,148 1,148 234
Catoogan 826 826 180

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Guinobatan 2,011 2,011 417


Hinlayagan Ilaud 1,095 1,095 233
Hinlayagan Ilaya 1,825 1,825 376
Kauswagan 2,213 2,213 445
Kinan-oan 1,311 1,311 277
La Union 1,747 1,747 352
La Victoria 1,518 1,518 340
Mabuhay Cabigohan 1,133 1,133 251
Mahagbu 1,048 1,048 219
Manuel M. Roxas 1,017 1,017 214
Poblacion 2,936 2,935 644
San Isidro 629 629 130
San Vicente 1,799 1,799 353
Santo Tomas 1,013 1,013 206
Soom 1,716 1,716 390
Tagum Norte 1,358 1,358 303
Tagum Sur 1,412 1,412 282

TUBIGON 44,902 44,884 9,305


Bagongbanwa 876 876 143
Bunacan 980 980 208
Banlasan 893 893 185
Batasan (Batasan Island) 1,107 1,107 223
Bilangbilangan (Bilangbilangan Island) 567 567 96
Bosongon 1,070 1,070 250
Buenos Aires 945 945 221
Cabulihan 2,327 2,327 501
Cahayag 1,213 1,213 253
Cawayanan 1,455 1,455 327
Centro (Pob.) 2,821 2,809 528
Genonocan 506 506 102
Guiwanon 1,210 1,210 241
Ilihan Norte 1,498 1,498 334
Ilihan Sur 634 634 170
Libertad 1,095 1,091 244
Macaas 2,266 2,266 478
Mocaboc Island 606 606 117
Matabao 1,245 1,245 265
Panadtaran 927 927 210

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Panaytayon 2,069 2,069 423


Pandan 1,324 1,324 301
Pangapasan (Pangapasan Island) 596 596 114
Pinayagan Norte 2,082 2,082 415
Pinayagan Sur 1,956 1,954 422
Pooc Occidental (Pob.) 1,131 1,131 227
Pooc Oriental (Pob.) 2,644 2,644 531
Potohan 1,868 1,868 375
Talenceras 798 798 163
Tan-awan 883 883 191
Tinangnan 2,714 2,714 510
Ubay Island 241 241 53
Ubojan 1,869 1,869 377
Villanueva 486 486 107

UBAY 68,578 68,482 14,532


Achila 1,276 1,276 260
Bay-ang 1,656 1,656 347
Biabas 2,573 2,573 580
Benliw 2,223 2,223 452
Bongbong 807 807 187
Bood 2,717 2,717 540
Buenavista 688 688 150
Cagting 1,597 1,596 380
Camali-an 581 581 126
Camambugan 2,251 2,251 468
Casate 2,512 2,512 523
Katarungan 1,524 1,524 352
Cuya 516 516 109
Fatima 3,235 3,175 640
Gabi 1,378 1,378 290
Governor Boyles 888 888 208
Guintabo-an 686 686 142
Hambabauran 1,106 1,106 226
Humayhumay 1,708 1,708 334
Ilihan 802 802 173
Imelda 1,761 1,761 380
Juagdan 1,121 1,121 254
Calanggaman 1,623 1,623 329

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Los Angeles 436 436 85


Lomangog 2,025 2,025 466
Pag-asa 1,168 1,168 230
Pangpang 1,220 1,220 225
Poblacion 3,633 3,609 808
San Francisco 1,677 1,677 353
San Isidro 707 707 145
San Pascual 3,127 3,127 688
San Vicente 1,074 1,074 255
Sentinila 969 969 197
Sinandigan 1,874 1,874 408
Tapal 1,371 1,371 289
Tapon 2,481 2,470 548
Tintinan 623 623 106
Tipolo 2,456 2,456 500
Tubog 885 885 193
Tuboran 1,372 1,372 244
Union 2,332 2,332 498
Villa Teresita 1,407 1,407 314
Bulilis 1,711 1,711 366
California 801 801 164

VALENCIA 27,586 27,533 5,206


Adlawan 588 588 97
Anas 1,826 1,826 337
Anonang 972 972 166
Anoyon 581 581 116
Balingasao 496 496 114
Botong 694 694 136
Buyog 436 436 79
Canduao Occidental 767 767 160
Canduao Oriental 785 785 126
Canlusong 1,020 1,020 190
Canmanico 2,132 2,082 377
Cansibao 925 925 178
Catug-a 439 439 81
Cutcutan 905 905 180
Danao 594 594 98
Genoveva 536 536 108

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Ginopolan (Ginopolan Proper) 827 827 142


La Victoria 1,044 1,044 170
Lantang 942 942 196
Limocon 424 424 82
Loctob 678 678 137
Magsaysay 533 533 105
Marawis 587 584 115
Maubo 472 472 80
Nailo 461 461 93
Omjon 1,184 1,184 222
Pangi-an 387 387 83
Poblacion Occidental 1,496 1,496 306
Poblacion Oriental 928 928 178
Simang 466 466 104
Taug 492 492 81
Tausion 618 618 132
Taytay 639 639 128
Ticum 779 779 145
Banderahan (Upper Ginopolan) 933 933 164

BIEN UNIDO 25,796 25,782 5,005


Bilangbilangan Dako 1,920 1,920 367
Bilangbilangan Diot 845 845 165
Hingotanan East 2,283 2,283 421
Hingotanan West 1,665 1,665 287
Liberty 843 843 164
Malingin 1,997 1,997 326
Mandawa 2,328 2,328 457
Maomawan 1,475 1,475 302
Nueva Esperanza 2,205 2,205 488
Nueva Estrella 1,576 1,576 294
Pinamgo 2,177 2,177 443
Poblacion (Bien Unido) 3,082 3,068 633
Puerto San Pedro 1,137 1,137 205
Sagasa 1,308 1,308 259
Tuboran 955 955 194

a
Includes population count in part of the barangay being disputed by Barangay Tabalong.
b
With boundary dispute with barangay Bingag.
1
Renamed municipality from Jetape under Republic Act No. 9777, dated November 17, 2009.

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2010 Census of Population and Housing Cebu

Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

CEBU * 2,619,362 2,613,842 565,583

ALCANTARA 13,556 13,556 2,864


Cabadiangan 913 913 204
Cabil-isan 708 708 141
Candabong 2,142 2,142 430
Lawaan 1,438 1,438 331
Manga 1,693 1,693 344
Palanas 2,314 2,314 454
Poblacion 2,438 2,438 519
Polo 1,337 1,337 299
Salagmaya 573 573 142

ALCOY 14,757 14,757 3,082


Atabay 1,535 1,535 373
Daan-Lungsod 1,569 1,569 375
Guiwang 1,490 1,490 316
Nug-as 2,923 2,923 527
Pasol 1,740 1,740 359
Poblacion 2,991 2,991 598
Pugalo 2,043 2,043 424
San Agustin 466 466 110

ALEGRIA 22,072 22,063 4,828


Compostela 1,557 1,557 369
Guadalupe 2,598 2,598 651
Legaspi 1,652 1,650 333
Lepanto 2,143 2,143 449
Madridejos 4,459 4,455 947
Montpeller 1,315 1,315 318
Poblacion 2,255 2,252 488
Santa Filomena 3,139 3,139 634
Valencia 2,954 2,954 639

ALOGUINSAN 27,650 27,626 5,931


a
Angilan 1,926 1,926 402
Bojo 1,603 1,603 328
b
Bonbon 6,611 6,611 1,364
Esperanza 1,759 1,759 373

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Kandingan 848 848 184


Kantabogon 1,526 1,526 311
Kawasan 1,975 1,975 449
Olango 1,026 1,026 255
Poblacion 2,747 2,723 580
Punay 1,531 1,531 313
Rosario 1,864 1,864 391
Saksak 1,139 1,139 236
Tampa-an 1,513 1,513 342
Toyokon 680 680 158
Zaragosa 902 902 245

ARGAO 69,503 69,374 15,130


Alambijud 1,514 1,514 337
Anajao 907 907 189
Apo 664 664 150
Balaas 985 985 191
Balisong 1,944 1,944 412
Binlod 3,343 3,249 691
Bogo 3,505 3,505 736
Butong 924 924 199
Bug-ot 837 837 174
Bulasa 3,523 3,523 711
Calagasan 875 875 206
Canbantug 843 843 175
Canbanua 2,179 2,179 493
Cansuje 2,206 2,206 530
Capio-an 1,192 1,192 269
Casay 788 788 171
Catang 651 651 141
Colawin 943 943 228
Conalum 615 615 135
Guiwanon 1,726 1,726 355
Gutlang 770 770 165
Jampang 2,217 2,217 499
Jomgao 1,102 1,102 249
Lamacan 2,256 2,256 476
Langtad 2,887 2,887 612
Langub 804 804 168

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Lapay 677 677 145


Lengigon 989 989 222
Linut-od 1,024 1,024 226
Mabasa 1,281 1,281 304
Mandilikit 645 645 143
Mompeller 753 753 174
Panadtaran 524 524 140
Poblacion 5,570 5,570 1,203
Sua 755 755 160
Sumaguan 883 883 197
Tabayag 999 999 238
Talaga 3,485 3,485 732
Talaytay 1,438 1,406 335
Talo-ot 3,683 3,683 741
Tiguib 1,202 1,202 272
Tulang 869 869 201
Tulic 2,494 2,491 561
Ubaub 968 968 230
Usmad 1,064 1,064 244

ASTURIAS 44,732 44,719 9,604


Agbanga 786 786 166
Agtugop 908 908 188
Bago 1,880 1,880 398
Bairan 714 714 155
Banban 884 884 178
Baye 460 460 101
Bog-o 267 267 79
Kaluangan 592 592 130
Lanao 782 782 191
Langub 3,163 3,163 655
Looc Norte 2,710 2,710 547
Lunas 2,127 2,127 447
Magcalape 364 364 93
Manguiao 1,627 1,627 353
New Bago 1,510 1,510 338
Owak 3,872 3,872 790
Poblacion 5,238 5,225 1,065
Saksak 359 359 86

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

San Isidro 2,743 2,743 593


San Roque 2,308 2,308 513
Santa Lucia 3,494 3,494 809
Santa Rita 1,027 1,027 208
Tag-amakan 763 763 181
Tagbubonga 458 458 108
Tubigagmanok 4,325 4,325 890
Tubod 725 725 173
Ubogon 646 646 169

BADIAN 37,699 37,684 7,762


Alawijao 1,075 1,075 251
Balhaan 491 491 113
Banhigan 2,529 2,529 532
Basak 1,843 1,843 485
Basiao 993 993 199
Bato 927 927 211
Bugas 2,592 2,592 497
Calangcang 562 562 119
Candiis 1,019 1,019 240
Dagatan 1,198 1,198 229
Dobdob 1,104 1,104 194
Ginablan 584 584 111
Lambug 1,405 1,405 299
Malabago 909 909 208
Malhiao 2,886 2,886 570
Manduyong 1,710 1,710 297
Matutinao 1,130 1,115 215
Patong 823 823 155
Poblacion 4,002 4,002 814
Sanlagan 910 910 165
Santicon 524 524 105
Sohoton 1,069 1,069 201
Sulsugan 467 467 100
Talayong 878 878 173
Taytay 2,046 2,046 435
Tigbao 799 799 186
Tiguib 483 483 97
Tubod 1,065 1,065 234

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Zaragosa 1,676 1,676 327

BALAMBAN 71,237 70,879 16,108


Abucayan 4,591 4,591 1,049
Aliwanay 3,186 3,174 694
Arpili 4,877 4,872 1,046
Bayong 1,037 1,037 223
Biasong 2,155 2,155 475
Buanoy 8,368 8,062 2,228
Cabagdalan 698 698 159
Cabasiangan 1,078 1,078 245
Cambuhawe 2,916 2,916 582
Cansomoroy 1,415 1,415 308
Cantibas 1,084 1,084 245
Cantuod 2,641 2,641 815
Duangan 1,256 1,256 260
Gaas 2,812 2,812 546
Ginatilan 1,485 1,485 303
Hingatmonan 973 973 211
Lamesa 1,656 1,656 409
Liki 1,212 1,212 272
Luca 761 761 205
Matun-og 693 693 165
Nangka 4,420 4,420 965
Pondol 7,897 7,897 1,721
Prenza 2,285 2,285 458
Singsing 1,462 1,462 352
Sunog 1,998 1,998 441
Vito 1,849 1,849 405
Baliwagan (Pob.) 4,734 4,720 974
Santa Cruz-Santo Niño (Pob.) 1,698 1,677 352

BANTAYAN 74,785 74,762 15,637


Atop-atop 2,718 2,718 580
Baigad 1,415 1,415 310
Baod 3,209 3,209 596
Binaobao (Pob.) 2,919 2,919 628
Botigues 2,704 2,704 611
Kabac 4,164 4,164 835

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Cebu 2010 Census of Population and Housing

Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Doong 2,318 2,318 467


Hilotongan 2,060 2,060 475
Guiwanon 2,546 2,546 530
Kabangbang 2,343 2,343 493
Kampingganon 1,007 1,007 227
Kangkaibe 2,635 2,635 536
Lipayran 3,067 3,067 623
Luyongbaybay 1,456 1,456 308
Mojon 1,704 1,704 485
Obo-ob 1,893 1,893 453
Patao 5,475 5,475 1,159
Putian 1,865 1,858 353
Sillon 4,064 4,064 791
Sungko 3,296 3,296 649
Suba (Pob.) 3,960 3,944 832
Sulangan 4,596 4,596 899
Tamiao 1,979 1,979 415
Bantigue (Pob.) 4,703 4,703 1,013
Ticad (Pob.) 6,689 6,689 1,369

BARILI 65,524 65,453 13,565


Azucena 1,647 1,647 354
Bagakay 824 824 172
Balao 1,776 1,776 376
Bolocboloc 1,932 1,932 373
Budbud 1,513 1,513 309
Bugtong Kawayan 719 719 167
Cabcaban 1,543 1,543 311
Campangga 1,481 1,481 321
Dakit 1,672 1,672 337
Giloctog 1,502 1,502 337
Guibuangan 2,212 2,159 414
Giwanon 1,608 1,608 340
Gunting 2,566 2,566 524
Hilasgasan 863 863 177
Japitan 3,527 3,527 675
Cagay 1,568 1,568 336
Kalubihan 1,197 1,197 233
Kangdampas 955 955 202

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Candugay 1,443 1,443 314


Luhod 917 917 173
Lupo 614 614 123
Luyo 1,071 1,071 194
Maghanoy 1,077 1,077 211
Maigang 1,688 1,688 387
Malolos 1,617 1,617 382
Mantalongon 2,566 2,554 532
Mantayupan 2,092 2,092 385
Mayana 1,075 1,075 211
Minolos 2,311 2,311 516
Nabunturan 684 684 134
Nasipit 1,030 1,030 214
Pancil 890 890 210
Pangpang 853 853 195
Paril 1,137 1,137 247
Patupat 1,663 1,663 354
Poblacion 4,808 4,802 984
San Rafael 1,157 1,157 264
Santa Ana 2,045 2,045 375
Sayaw 1,090 1,090 204
Tal-ot 1,639 1,639 336
Tubod 1,889 1,889 392
Vito 1,063 1,063 270

CITY OF BOGO 69,911 69,761 16,256


Cogon (Pob.) 2,852 2,852 648
Anonang Norte 1,390 1,390 318
Anonang Sur 1,346 1,346 321
Banban 2,136 2,136 596
Binabag 1,904 1,904 464
Bungtod (Pob.) 1,925 1,925 414
Carbon (Pob.) 392 376 104
Cayang 3,360 3,360 813
Dakit 4,688 4,688 1,055
Don Pedro Rodriguez 3,395 3,395 759
Gairan 8,721 8,602 1,917
Guadalupe 3,165 3,165 767
La Paz 3,084 3,084 675

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

La Purisima Concepcion (Pob.) 958 958 236


Libertad 3,694 3,694 838
Lourdes (Pob.) 495 495 127
Malingin 2,784 2,784 658
Marangog 1,697 1,697 415
Nailon 4,896 4,896 1,077
Odlot 2,328 2,328 572
Pandan (Pandan Heights) 1,425 1,425 335
Polambato 3,052 3,052 699
Sambag (Pob.) 1,850 1,850 407
San Vicente (Pob.) 675 670 164
Santo Niño 674 664 141
Santo Rosario (Pob.) 914 914 268
Siocon 1,285 1,285 304
Taytayan 3,930 3,930 912
Sudlonon 896 896 252

BOLJOON 15,027 15,012 3,226


Baclayan 438 438 110
El Pardo 2,953 2,953 628
Granada 1,046 1,035 207
Lower Becerril 1,153 1,151 244
Poblacion 3,709 3,709 748
San Antonio 1,125 1,125 249
Upper Becerril 1,291 1,291 291
Arbor 1,035 1,033 221
Lunop 874 874 212
Nangka 590 590 138
South Granada 813 813 178

BORBON 31,598 31,585 7,020


Bagacay 645 645 164
Bili 546 546 120
Bingay 1,084 1,084 247
Bongdo 1,253 1,253 301
Bongdo Gua 865 865 178
Bongoyan 1,457 1,457 355
Cadaruhan 3,639 3,633 760
Cajel 1,162 1,162 284

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Campusong 2,147 2,147 427


Clavera 1,245 1,245 277
Don Gregorio Antigua (Taytayan) 3,086 3,086 674
Laaw 1,484 1,484 308
Lugo 3,067 3,066 664
Managase 1,388 1,388 318
Poblacion 4,258 4,252 970
Sagay 1,025 1,025 249
San Jose 664 664 143
Tabunan 1,698 1,698 373
Tagnucan 885 885 208

CITY OF CARCAR 107,323 107,154 21,860


Bolinawan 10,852 10,852 2,179
Buenavista 2,294 2,294 503
Calidngan 2,953 2,952 656
Can-asujan 7,845 7,845 1,675
Guadalupe 10,633 10,633 2,157
Liburon 6,749 6,737 1,397
Napo 6,344 6,344 1,302
Ocana 8,507 8,507 1,674
Perrelos 12,901 12,888 2,648
Valencia 4,885 4,885 1,059
Valladolid 10,606 10,559 2,096
Poblacion I 8,996 8,901 1,788
Poblacion II 2,432 2,432 481
Poblacion III 5,763 5,762 1,146
Tuyom 5,563 5,563 1,099

CARMEN 44,648 44,524 9,498


Baring 3,974 3,974 829
Cantipay 1,608 1,608 324
Cantumog 1,555 1,554 325
Cantukong 1,171 1,171 254
Caurasan 1,031 1,030 209
Corte 2,411 2,363 494
Dawis Norte 3,581 3,581 747
Dawis Sur 1,928 1,928 404
Cogon East 3,182 3,177 626

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Hagnaya 1,756 1,756 346


Ipil 1,930 1,930 391
Lanipga 695 695 135
Liboron 550 550 114
Lower Natimao-an 1,219 1,219 257
Luyang 3,980 3,973 1,102
Poblacion 4,516 4,486 924
Puente 2,175 2,175 471
Sac-on 740 740 148
Triumfo 1,570 1,538 320
Upper Natimao-an 2,428 2,428 559
Cogon West 2,648 2,648 519

CATMON 28,320 28,306 6,416


Agsuwao 1,004 1,004 224
Amancion 210 210 44
Anapog 327 327 77
Bactas 878 878 208
Bongyas 317 317 69
Basak 1,163 1,163 287
Binongkalan 1,417 1,417 337
Cabungaan 1,265 1,265 299
Cambangkaya 768 768 171
Can-ibuang 419 419 98
Catmondaan 2,792 2,792 637
Duyan 549 549 124
Ginabucan 874 874 186
Macaas 3,093 3,093 675
Panalipan 3,161 3,161 711
Tabili 719 719 181
Tinabyonan 831 831 188
San Jose Pob. (Catadman) 2,832 2,818 595
Corazon (Pob.) 2,836 2,836 686
Flores (Pob.) 2,865 2,865 619

COMPOSTELA 42,574 42,471 9,421


Bagalnga 1,922 1,922 432
Basak 1,695 1,695 367
Buluang 1,259 1,259 268

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Cabadiangan 2,111 2,111 453


Cambayog 1,165 1,165 232
Canamucan 4,058 4,058 903
Cogon 5,517 5,517 1,313
Dapdap 1,151 1,151 244
Estaca 5,177 5,167 1,206
Lupa 812 812 184
Magay 2,539 2,539 583
Mulao 1,538 1,538 345
Panangban 1,125 1,125 229
Poblacion 9,536 9,443 2,032
Tag-ube 1,203 1,203 258
Tamiao 1,225 1,225 252
Tubigan 541 541 120

CONSOLACION 106,649 106,569 23,819


Cabangahan 2,015 2,015 486
Cansaga 4,450 4,450 989
Casili 12,745 12,742 2,743
Danglag 2,796 2,796 617
Garing 2,253 2,253 547
Jugan 7,970 7,966 1,761
Lamac 7,217 7,217 1,651
Lanipga 748 748 181
Nangka 11,021 11,021 2,425
Panas 1,146 1,146 257
Panoypoy 1,108 1,108 243
Pitogo 3,857 3,857 926
Poblacion Occidental 4,864 4,841 1,132
Poblacion Oriental 3,163 3,163 789
Polog 1,608 1,608 362
Pulpogan 11,617 11,617 2,433
Sacsac 1,542 1,514 334
Tayud 15,683 15,682 3,622
Tilhaong 1,183 1,183 302
Tolotolo 2,555 2,534 549
Tugbongan 7,108 7,108 1,470

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

CORDOBA 50,353 50,337 10,578


Alegria 2,874 2,874 596
Bangbang 4,325 4,325 872
Buagsong 3,350 3,350 688
Catarman 3,741 3,725 754
Cogon 2,585 2,585 516
Dapitan 2,993 2,993 669
Day-as 3,617 3,617 788
Gabi 3,478 3,478 744
Gilutongan 1,442 1,442 273
Ibabao 6,949 6,949 1,535
Pilipog 3,642 3,642 805
Poblacion 8,603 8,603 1,783
San Miguel 2,754 2,754 555

DAANBANTAYAN 74,897 74,800 16,323


Aguho 4,836 4,836 967
Bagay 4,015 4,012 982
Bakhawan 2,267 2,267 489
Bateria 3,252 3,252 740
Bitoon 4,350 4,350 904
Calape 2,518 2,518 611
Carnaza 2,360 2,360 497
Dalingding 2,069 2,069 481
Lanao 2,968 2,968 621
Logon 4,496 4,496 889
Malbago 3,311 3,311 759
Malingin 1,512 1,512 340
Maya 7,815 7,815 1,565
Pajo 2,970 2,970 656
Paypay 2,741 2,741 636
Poblacion 7,144 7,050 1,459
Talisay 3,802 3,802 898
Tapilon 7,281 7,281 1,553
Tinubdan 2,050 2,050 524
Tominjao 3,140 3,140 752

DALAGUETE 63,239 63,165 12,732


Ablayan 1,146 1,146 205

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Babayongan 458 458 102


Balud 3,044 3,034 607
Banhigan 1,240 1,240 280
Bulak 893 893 184
Caliongan 2,298 2,298 457
Caleriohan 1,861 1,861 358
Casay 4,103 4,103 833
Catolohan 1,587 1,587 305
Cawayan 2,599 2,598 541
Consolacion 1,561 1,561 330
Coro 1,019 1,011 240
Dugyan 1,094 1,094 214
Dumalan 1,664 1,664 336
Jolomaynon 1,458 1,458 292
Lanao 1,094 1,094 256
Langkas 1,191 1,191 222
Lumbang 791 791 175
Malones 1,145 1,145 268
Maloray 918 918 183
Mananggal 1,025 1,025 213
Manlapay 2,095 2,087 355
Mantalongon 5,238 5,226 988
Nalhub 1,797 1,797 331
Obo 1,651 1,651 289
Obong 3,277 3,277 645
Panas 727 727 157
Poblacion 5,893 5,865 1,235
Sacsac 1,509 1,509 350
Tapun 3,577 3,570 674
Tuba 1,227 1,227 296
Salug 1,003 1,003 209
Tabon 3,056 3,056 602

DANAO CITY 119,252 118,872 26,019


Baliang 1,728 1,728 380
Bayabas 609 609 128
Binaliw 2,341 2,341 504
Cabungahan 2,201 2,201 462
Cagat-Lamac 1,023 1,023 217

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Cebu 2010 Census of Population and Housing

Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Cahumayan 3,506 3,506 758


Cambanay 2,818 2,818 615
Cambubho 594 594 118
Cogon-Cruz 3,034 3,034 638
Danasan 1,266 1,266 262
Dungga 1,017 1,011 227
Dunggoan 5,313 5,313 1,151
Guinacot 4,089 4,089 872
Guinsay 7,887 7,863 1,685
Ibo 964 964 214
Langosig 750 750 159
Lawaan 1,352 1,352 319
Licos 1,581 1,581 310
Looc 9,200 9,151 2,048
Magtagobtob 382 382 74
Malapoc 974 974 222
Manlayag 1,578 1,578 376
Mantija 1,233 1,233 292
Masaba 2,743 2,743 597
Maslog 9,892 9,866 2,109
Nangka 446 446 110
Oguis 600 600 137
Pili 677 677 127
Poblacion 8,710 8,479 1,819
Quisol 1,255 1,255 272
Sabang 9,945 9,929 2,192
Sacsac 514 514 110
Sandayong Norte 1,454 1,454 309
Sandayong Sur 2,808 2,808 593
Santa Rosa 1,151 1,151 256
Santican 1,014 1,014 209
Sibacan 519 519 113
Suba 6,785 6,764 1,469
Taboc 4,880 4,880 1,044
Taytay 3,618 3,611 721
Togonon 1,394 1,394 299
Tuburan Sur 5,407 5,407 1,502

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2010 Census of Population and Housing Cebu

Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

DUMANJUG 46,754 46,751 9,800


Balaygtiki 1,834 1,834 374
Bitoon 2,260 2,257 528
Bulak 1,419 1,419 294
Bullogan 886 886 195
Doldol 1,451 1,451 297
Kabalaasnan 350 350 82
Kabatbatan 320 320 64
Calaboon 1,867 1,867 359
Kambanog 450 450 98
Camboang 1,123 1,123 252
Candabong 936 936 169
Kang-actol 1,027 1,027 255
Kanghalo 500 500 104
Kanghumaod 1,579 1,579 324
Kanguha 770 770 167
Kantangkas 710 710 175
Kanyuko 1,074 1,074 216
Cogon 2,768 2,768 573
Kolabtingon 630 630 134
Cotcoton 457 457 114
Lamak 554 554 122
Lawaan 2,173 2,173 466
Liong 1,746 1,746 349
Manlapay 1,675 1,675 345
Masa 528 528 118
Matalao 307 307 80
Paculob 1,582 1,582 332
Panlaan 1,857 1,857 378
Pawa 972 972 245
Ilaya (Pob.) 1,103 1,103 236
Poblacion Looc 1,174 1,174 249
Poblacion Sima 503 503 123
Tangil 2,673 2,673 488
Tapon 3,327 3,327 635
Tubod-Bitoon 1,905 1,905 378
Tubod-Dugoan 1,455 1,455 304
Poblacion Central 809 809 178

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

GINATILAN 15,327 15,327 3,096


Anao 534 534 92
Cagsing 1,162 1,162 248
Calabawan 538 538 101
Cambagte 577 577 104
Campisong 459 459 79
Canorong 819 819 161
Guiwanon 968 968 212
Looc 1,050 1,050 211
Malatbo 815 815 152
Mangaco 1,218 1,218 250
Palanas 1,970 1,970 413
Poblacion 3,045 3,045 622
Salamanca 640 640 135
San Roque 1,532 1,532 316

LILOAN 100,500 100,411 22,847


Cabadiangan 1,790 1,790 397
Calero 4,513 4,513 969
Catarman 14,839 14,801 3,274
Cotcot 5,185 5,185 1,157
Jubay 8,819 8,789 1,907
Lataban 1,863 1,863 417
Mulao 952 952 228
Poblacion 13,371 13,361 3,077
San Roque 1,331 1,331 316
San Vicente 8,665 8,665 1,982
Santa Cruz 1,899 1,899 392
Tabla 1,189 1,189 317
Tayud 13,616 13,605 3,175
Yati 22,468 22,468 5,239

MADRIDEJOS 34,905 34,860 6,347


Bunakan 1,870 1,870 343
Kangwayan 1,071 1,052 192
Kaongkod 3,088 3,088 547
Kodia 2,071 2,071 363
Maalat 2,042 2,042 355
Malbago 2,583 2,583 469

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Mancilang 4,662 4,662 816


Pili 2,153 2,153 400
Poblacion 3,768 3,758 727
San Agustin 2,201 2,185 431
Tabagak 1,874 1,874 361
Talangnan 3,645 3,645 633
Tarong 2,212 2,212 408
Tugas 1,665 1,665 302

MALABUYOC 18,426 18,423 3,584


Armeña (Cansilongan) 921 918 175
Tolosa (Calatagan) 1,374 1,374 272
Cerdeña (Ansan) 1,769 1,769 333
Labrador (Bulod) 796 796 145
Looc 1,189 1,189 237
Lombo 1,294 1,294 284
Mahanlud 616 616 102
Mindanao (Pajo) 474 474 102
Montañeza (Inamlang) 3,059 3,059 598
Salmeron (Bulak) 711 711 145
Santo Niño 2,509 2,509 467
Sorsogon (Balimaya) 967 967 179
Barangay I (Pob.) 1,578 1,578 304
Barangay II (Pob.) 1,169 1,169 241

MEDELLIN 50,047 50,013 10,393


Antipolo 4,440 4,440 933
Curva 2,049 2,049 407
Daanlungsod 3,328 3,328 640
Dalingding Sur 821 821 205
Dayhagon 1,678 1,678 370
Gibitngil 1,880 1,880 366
Canhabagat 2,145 2,145 410
Caputatan Norte 2,520 2,520 527
Caputatan Sur 1,962 1,962 413
Kawit 6,279 6,279 1,290
Lamintak Norte 2,116 2,116 456
Luy-a 1,700 1,700 367
Panugnawan 2,233 2,233 479

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Poblacion 4,617 4,585 940


Tindog 3,420 3,418 731
Don Virgilio Gonzales 1,287 1,287 281
Lamintak Sur 2,400 2,400 549
Maharuhay 1,809 1,809 348
Mahawak 3,363 3,363 681

MINGLANILLA 113,178 110,670 24,830


Cadulawan 3,986 3,947 1,033
Calajo-an 10,181 10,165 2,180
Camp 7 2,279 2,279 471
Camp 8 1,946 1,946 390
Cuanos 2,499 2,499 440
Guindaruhan 2,707 2,707 588
Linao 11,432 11,427 2,687
Manduang 1,968 1,968 406
Pakigne 11,463 11,438 2,605
Poblacion Ward I 1,987 1,987 511
Poblacion Ward II 2,950 2,937 655
Poblacion Ward III 2,765 2,765 577
Poblacion Ward IV 3,650 3,637 794
Tubod 4,666 4,652 942
Tulay 9,775 9,676 2,035
Tunghaan 13,389 13,373 2,753
Tungkop 7,589 5,321 1,620
Vito 7,157 7,157 1,460
Tungkil 10,789 10,789 2,683

MOALBOAL 27,676 27,657 6,183


Agbalanga 916 916 207
Bala 697 697 190
Balabagon 1,572 1,572 346
Basdiot 5,291 5,274 1,153
Batadbatad 1,248 1,248 300
Bugho 1,430 1,430 338
Buguil 710 710 164
Busay 1,167 1,167 290
Lanao 1,352 1,352 311
Poblacion East 2,223 2,223 487

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Poblacion West 2,742 2,740 596


Saavedra 2,618 2,618 563
Tomonoy 1,874 1,874 400
Tuble 1,591 1,591 345
Tunga 2,245 2,245 493

CITY OF NAGA 101,571 101,458 22,384


Alfaco 2,921 2,921 587
Bairan 1,772 1,772 334
Balirong 3,918 3,918 807
Cabungahan 1,176 1,176 222
Cantao-an 5,133 5,133 1,116
Central Poblacion 933 933 206
Cogon 3,583 3,583 739
Colon 4,227 4,223 927
East Poblacion 544 467 109
Inoburan 5,104 5,104 1,097
Inayagan 7,832 7,832 1,778
Jaguimit 2,071 2,071 414
Lanas 2,374 2,374 514
Langtad 6,900 6,900 1,488
Lutac 3,879 3,879 814
Mainit 2,695 2,695 570
Mayana 1,295 1,295 231
Naalad 2,700 2,700 577
North Poblacion 2,866 2,851 687
Pangdan 4,643 4,643 968
Patag 1,167 1,167 238
South Poblacion 4,459 4,459 1,025
Tagjaguimit 2,302 2,302 482
Tangke 4,652 4,652 1,107
Tinaan 4,129 4,129 1,227
Tuyan 10,705 10,693 2,552
Uling 4,470 4,465 912
West Poblacion 3,121 3,121 656

OSLOB 26,116 26,080 5,413


Alo 1,389 1,389 311
Bangcogon 952 952 216

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Bonbon 1,226 1,226 252


Calumpang 941 941 185
Canangca-an 603 603 106
Cañang 1,010 1,010 191
Can-ukban 525 525 97
Cansalo-ay 487 487 94
Daanlungsod 1,556 1,556 316
Gawi 1,509 1,509 298
Hagdan 670 670 135
Lagunde 2,829 2,829 519
Looc 1,048 1,048 216
Luka 1,106 1,106 252
Mainit 1,312 1,312 340
Manlum 456 456 95
Nueva Caceres 991 988 193
Poblacion 4,037 4,024 831
Pungtod 1,421 1,413 289
Tan-awan 1,169 1,169 262
Tumalog 879 867 215

PILAR 11,564 11,564 3,042


Biasong 360 360 98
Cawit 1,892 1,892 490
Dapdap 781 781 204
Esperanza 851 851 220
Lanao 990 990 284
Lower Poblacion 578 578 186
Moabog 1,007 1,007 260
Montserrat 1,303 1,303 320
San Isidro 570 570 173
San Juan 799 799 194
Upper Poblacion 770 770 192
Villahermosa 1,047 1,047 262
Imelda 616 616 159

PINAMUNGAHAN 57,997 57,978 12,109


Anislag 1,434 1,434 282
Anopog 3,116 3,116 607
Binabag 2,032 2,032 407

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Buhingtubig 1,691 1,691 338


Busay 1,128 1,128 242
Butong 1,848 1,848 352
Cabiangon 891 891 196
Camugao 2,007 2,007 386
Duangan 1,264 1,264 257
Guimbawian 1,698 1,698 346
Lamac 4,470 4,467 1,083
Lut-od 2,213 2,213 422
Mangoto 2,172 2,172 468
Opao 511 511 115
Pandacan 5,291 5,291 1,066
Poblacion 5,925 5,912 1,270
Punod 1,870 1,870 363
Rizal 2,341 2,341 500
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Sacsac 1,415 1,415 316
Sambagon 1,074 1,074 218
Sibago 1,830 1,830 408
Tajao 5,648 5,645 1,177
Tangub 1,000 1,000 221
Tanibag 1,686 1,686 348
Tupas 817 817 179
Tutay d 2,625 2,625 542

PORO 23,498 23,494 5,467


Adela 1,339 1,339 386
Altavista 1,142 1,142 277
Cagcagan 3,238 3,238 733
Cansabusab 525 525 112
Daan Paz 888 888 201
Eastern Poblacion 886 883 243
Esperanza 3,131 3,130 720
Libertad 1,276 1,276 307
Mabini 1,254 1,254 292
Mercedes 2,294 2,294 506
Pagsa 672 672 164
Paz 1,206 1,206 269
Rizal 817 817 184
San Jose 1,136 1,136 263

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Santa Rita 860 860 198


Teguis 1,323 1,323 289
Western Poblacion 1,511 1,511 323

RONDA 18,582 18,582 4,249


Butong 1,610 1,610 360
Can-abuhon 780 780 185
Canduling 1,329 1,329 281
Cansalonoy 709 709 209
Cansayahon 1,799 1,799 413
Ilaya 1,455 1,455 285
Langin 1,251 1,251 281
Libo-o 931 931 240
Malalay 974 974 265
Palanas 1,504 1,504 359
Poblacion 1,990 1,990 416
Santa Cruz 2,768 2,768 626
Tupas 711 711 153
Vive 771 771 176

SAMBOAN 18,613 18,613 4,456


Basak 1,027 1,027 222
Bonbon 540 540 145
Bulangsuran 1,099 1,099 254
Calatagan 1,126 1,126 247
Cambigong 670 670 171
Canorong 926 926 220
Colase 968 968 224
Dalahikan 1,185 1,185 303
Jumangpas 1,400 1,400 279
Camburoy 870 870 175
Poblacion 3,901 3,901 972
San Sebastian 2,167 2,167 486
Suba 952 952 309
Tangbo 1,080 1,080 304
Monteverde 702 702 145

SAN FERNANDO 60,970 60,940 12,350


Balud 3,525 3,525 689

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Balungag 1,855 1,855 398


Basak 1,009 1,009 189
Bugho 1,367 1,367 302
Cabatbatan 1,875 1,875 392
Greenhills 2,700 2,700 555
Lantawan 1,789 1,789 387
Liburon 1,009 1,009 200
Magsico 2,188 2,185 443
Poblacion North 4,205 4,205 834
Panadtaran 4,971 4,971 998
Pitalo 7,311 7,307 1,426
San Isidro 3,691 3,691 770
Sangat 5,597 5,578 1,130
Poblacion South 7,352 7,352 1,438
Tabionan 1,873 1,873 429
Tananas 1,345 1,345 258
Tinubdan 1,994 1,994 412
Tonggo 1,936 1,936 392
Tubod 1,460 1,460 312
Ilaya 1,918 1,914 396

SAN FRANCISCO 47,357 47,343 10,247


Montealegre 1,288 1,288 292
Cabunga-an 1,764 1,764 354
Campo 2,517 2,517 571
Consuelo 4,827 4,827 1,072
Esperanza 5,629 5,629 1,117
Himensulan 2,169 2,169 487
Northern Poblacion 3,779 3,772 850
San Isidro 3,668 3,668 838
Santa Cruz 4,717 4,717 978
Santiago 2,132 2,125 497
Sonog 3,366 3,366 627
Southern Poblacion 3,453 3,453 783
Unidos 1,035 1,035 239
Union 4,721 4,721 1,050
Western Poblacion 2,292 2,292 492

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

SAN REMIGIO 51,394 51,370 11,369


Anapog 1,816 1,816 415
Argawanon 3,996 3,996 842
Bagtic 934 934 199
Bancasan 1,423 1,423 299
Batad 1,377 1,377 281
Busogon 1,445 1,445 334
Calambua 1,350 1,350 283
Canagahan 1,377 1,377 341
Dapdap 1,415 1,415 327
Gawaygaway 1,426 1,426 311
Hagnaya 3,527 3,527 760
Kayam 1,307 1,307 297
Kinawahan 896 896 221
Lambusan 2,158 2,158 469
Lawis 1,079 1,079 255
Libaong 1,132 1,132 236
Looc 2,021 2,021 442
Luyang 2,152 2,152 465
Mano 3,179 3,179 724
Poblacion 4,309 4,285 990
Punta 2,659 2,659 582
Sab-a 1,169 1,169 264
San Miguel 1,568 1,568 300
Tacup 2,269 2,269 485
Tambongon 2,727 2,727 601
To-ong 1,163 1,163 277
Victoria 1,520 1,520 369

SANTA FE 27,270 27,222 5,395


Hagdan 3,545 3,545 693
Hilantagaan 3,651 3,651 722
Kinatarkan 1,763 1,763 336
Langub 2,082 2,082 402
Maricaban 2,999 2,999 594
Okoy 3,532 3,532 691
Poblacion 2,345 2,345 463
Balidbid 1,592 1,544 307
Pooc 2,883 2,883 571

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Talisay 2,878 2,878 616

SANTANDER 16,105 16,087 3,739


Bunlan 1,929 1,929 458
Cabutongan 1,090 1,090 263
Candamiang 899 899 240
Liloan 1,950 1,946 478
Lip-tong 1,138 1,138 282
Looc 1,899 1,896 431
Pasil 1,514 1,514 346
Poblacion 2,583 2,572 583
Talisay 2,334 2,334 487
Canlumacad 769 769 171

SIBONGA 43,641 43,578 9,444


Abugon 1,903 1,903 400
Bae 983 983 209
Bagacay 2,074 2,074 421
Bahay 4,476 4,476 909
Banlot 1,612 1,612 351
Basak 927 911 190
Bato 1,297 1,297 308
Cagay 813 813 186
Can-aga 776 776 181
Candaguit 2,216 2,216 484
Cantolaroy 567 567 152
Dugoan 590 590 163
Guimbangco-an 788 788 212
Lamacan 1,563 1,563 341
Libo 987 987 202
Lindogon 1,326 1,311 288
Magcagong 906 906 219
Manatad 1,543 1,543 325
Mangyan 1,952 1,952 425
Papan 673 673 152
Poblacion 5,597 5,586 1,201
Sabang 2,397 2,397 503
Sayao 1,507 1,507 358
Simala 3,991 3,970 773

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Tubod 2,177 2,177 491

SOGOD 30,626 30,626 7,034


Ampongol 789 789 176
Bagakay 681 681 144
Bagatayam 2,110 2,110 453
Bawo 2,338 2,338 515
Cabalawan 2,793 2,793 618
Cabangahan 876 876 209
Calumboyan 2,479 2,479 601
Dakit 1,056 1,056 248
Damolog 2,912 2,912 631
Ibabao 1,535 1,535 459
Liki 1,625 1,625 368
Lubo 807 807 196
Mohon 972 972 221
Nahus-an 976 976 230
Poblacion 3,086 3,086 672
Tabunok 3,147 3,147 718
Takay 989 989 226
Pansoy 1,455 1,455 349

TABOGON 33,024 33,015 7,215


Alang-alang 664 664 134
Caduawan 2,221 2,221 485
Kal-anan 851 851 170
Camoboan 1,490 1,490 342
Canaocanao 1,693 1,693 397
Combado 418 418 89
Daantabogon 1,413 1,413 324
Ilihan 3,280 3,280 682
Labangon 1,752 1,752 386
Libjo 2,338 2,338 493
Loong 1,080 1,080 248
Mabuli 1,538 1,538 342
Managase 1,225 1,225 252
Manlagtang 1,192 1,192 271
Maslog 1,094 1,094 230
Muabog 2,042 2,042 428

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Pio 686 686 151


Poblacion 1,228 1,219 270
Salag 1,084 1,084 241
Sambag 746 746 169
San Isidro 616 616 133
San Vicente 562 562 120
Somosa 1,830 1,830 446
Taba-ao 1,003 1,003 219
Tapul 978 978 193

TABUELAN 22,292 22,249 5,278


Bongon 3,315 3,315 796
Kanlim-ao 980 980 218
Kanluhangon 1,018 1,018 240
Kantubaon 1,672 1,672 362
Dalid 1,262 1,262 285
Mabunao 747 747 180
Maravilla 2,171 2,160 487
Olivo 1,897 1,897 492
Poblacion 4,796 4,764 1,033
Tabunok 2,266 2,266 638
Tigbawan 1,767 1,767 424
Villahermosa 401 401 123

CITY OF TALISAY 200,772 200,669 42,715


Bulacao 11,579 11,579 2,549
Cadulawan 3,812 3,812 770
Cansojong 12,645 12,645 2,778
Dumlog 12,709 12,709 2,750
Jaclupan 7,891 7,891 1,642
Lagtang 10,394 10,394 2,224
Lawaan I 9,503 9,503 2,125
Linao 7,951 7,951 1,727
Maghaway 6,869 6,869 1,469
Manipis 1,994 1,994 411
Mohon 9,582 9,480 1,991
Poblacion 12,107 12,106 2,535
Pooc 8,912 8,912 1,820
San Isidro 12,502 12,502 2,742

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

San Roque 16,950 16,950 3,510


Tabunoc 17,593 17,593 3,837
Tangke 11,891 11,891 2,345
Tapul 1,755 1,755 321
Biasong 5,542 5,542 1,227
Camp IV 2,258 2,258 443
Lawaan II 5,625 5,625 1,187
Lawaan III 10,708 10,708 2,312

TOLEDO CITY 157,078 156,725 32,612


Awihao 3,823 3,823 831
Bagakay 1,690 1,690 312
Bato 7,585 7,585 1,615
Biga 2,076 2,076 414
Bulongan 2,359 2,359 495
Bunga 3,409 3,357 597
Cabitoonan 3,782 3,782 812
Calongcalong 1,327 1,327 275
Cambang-ug 3,537 3,537 735
Camp 8 1,776 1,776 364
Canlumampao 3,523 3,523 724
Cantabaco 6,638 6,638 1,365
Capitan Claudio 3,877 3,877 800
Carmen 3,505 3,495 738
Daanglungsod 2,802 2,802 590
Don Andres Soriano (Lutopan) 15,333 15,296 3,041
Dumlog 4,155 4,155 880
Ibo 3,602 3,602 790
Ilihan 3,344 3,296 699
Landahan 1,810 1,608 354
Loay 1,452 1,452 294
Luray II 4,391 4,391 957
Juan Climaco, Sr. (Magdugo) 5,568 5,567 1,104
Gen. Climaco (Malubog) 5,521 5,521 1,093
Matab-ang 9,124 9,124 1,913
Media Once 6,477 6,477 1,307
Pangamihan 1,653 1,653 337
Poblacion 13,492 13,492 2,911
Poog 5,665 5,662 1,102

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2010 Census of Population and Housing Cebu

Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Putingbato 1,448 1,448 306


Sagay 1,605 1,605 370
Sam-ang 1,649 1,649 361
Sangi 3,835 3,835 813
Santo Niño (Mainggit) 4,320 4,320 903
Subayon 1,153 1,153 287
Talavera 4,972 4,972 1,124
Tungkay 1,471 1,471 315
Tubod 3,329 3,329 684

TUBURAN 58,914 58,851 13,730


Alegria 962 962 216
Amatugan 922 922 225
Antipolo 1,120 1,120 256
Apalan 1,387 1,387 307
Bagasawe 1,564 1,559 350
Bakyawan 890 890 203
Bangkito 273 273 62
Bulwang 808 808 183
Kabangkalan 730 730 149
Kalangahan 1,467 1,467 368
Kamansi 480 480 115
Kan-an 279 279 61
Kanlunsing 365 365 90
Kansi 991 991 215
Caridad 1,576 1,576 355
Carmelo 2,164 2,164 529
Cogon 3,125 3,125 661
Colonia 2,255 2,239 531
Daan Lungsod 2,132 2,132 522
Fortaliza 1,161 1,161 279
Ga-ang 538 538 113
Gimama-a 1,379 1,379 320
Jagbuaya 1,361 1,361 291
Kabkaban 446 446 100
Kagba-o 558 558 146
Kampoot 435 405 119
Kaorasan 333 333 74
Libo 255 255 64

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Lusong 801 801 182


Macupa 343 343 86
Mag-alwa 698 698 166
Mag-antoy 675 675 148
Mag-atubang 1,096 1,096 261
Maghan-ay 644 644 160
Mangga 2,804 2,804 605
Marmol 1,416 1,416 355
Molobolo 538 538 136
Montealegre 1,741 1,741 435
Putat 4,001 3,998 1,018
San Juan 841 841 169
Sandayong 801 801 197
Santo Niño 377 377 99
Siotes 450 450 124
Sumon 1,041 1,041 216
Tominjao 806 806 203
Tomugpa 313 313 70
Barangay I (Pob.) 1,585 1,585 350
Barangay II (Pob.) 1,665 1,665 377
Barangay III (Pob.) 269 269 78
Barangay IV (Pob.) 294 285 56
Barangay V (Pob.) 843 843 185
Barangay VI (Pob.) 1,820 1,820 380
Barangay VII (Pob.) 1,116 1,116 279
Barangay VIII (Pob.) 1,980 1,980 491

TUDELA 9,859 9,857 2,576


Buenavista 485 485 134
Calmante 1,291 1,291 312
Daan Secante 415 415 109
General 1,028 1,028 264
McArthur 977 977 267
Northern Poblacion 264 264 86
Puertobello 2,578 2,578 689
Santander 593 593 148
Secante Bag-o 508 508 124
Southern Poblacion 696 694 176
Villahermosa 1,024 1,024 267

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

* Excludes Cebu City, Lapu-Lapu City, and Mandaue City.


a
Includes population count in part of the barangay being disputed by barangay
Sacsac, municipality of Pinamungahan.
b
Includes population count in part of the barangay being disputed by barangay
Tutay, municipality of Pinamungahan.
c
With boundary dispute with barangay Angilan, municipality of Aloguinsan.
d
With boundary dispute with barangay Bonbon, municipality of Aloguinsan.

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2010 Census of Population and Housing Cebu City

Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

CEBU CITY (Capital) 866,171 860,942 195,461


Adlaon 3,647 3,647 848
Agsungot 1,981 1,981 461
Apas 22,566 22,463 4,925
Babag 4,451 4,435 977
Basak Pardo 17,756 17,753 3,793
Bacayan 14,021 14,021 3,286
Banilad 9,903 9,299 2,003
Basak San Nicolas 34,313 34,298 7,553
Binaliw 2,722 2,722 626
Bonbon 5,014 5,014 1,044
Budla-an (Pob.) 5,100 5,097 1,037
Buhisan 13,032 13,020 2,699
Bulacao 26,820 26,804 5,859
Buot-Taup Pardo 2,203 2,203 446
Busay (Pob.) 11,335 11,335 2,478
Calamba 12,417 12,417 2,773
Cambinocot 2,658 2,658 619
Capitol Site (Pob.) 15,308 15,188 3,801
Carreta 11,211 11,186 2,821
Central (Pob.) 1,568 1,545 370
Cogon Ramos (Pob.) 3,337 3,257 872
Cogon Pardo 7,805 7,805 2,432
Day-as 4,851 4,833 1,096
Duljo (Pob.) 16,387 16,377 3,442
Ermita (Pob.) 8,291 8,274 1,843
Guadalupe 60,400 60,185 13,720
Guba 4,771 4,769 1,198
Hippodromo 9,673 9,648 2,130
Inayawan 28,329 28,329 6,129
Kalubihan (Pob.) 563 552 150
Kalunasan 22,737 21,310 4,535
Kamagayan (Pob.) 2,061 1,979 482
Camputhaw (Pob.) 21,765 21,711 5,373
Kasambagan 8,389 8,334 1,994
Kinasang-an Pardo 14,382 14,376 3,114
Labangon 31,643 31,597 6,772
Lahug (Pob.) 35,157 35,046 8,036
Lorega (Lorega San Miguel) 11,178 11,175 2,607

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Lusaran 2,530 2,530 568


Luz 16,923 16,784 4,127
Mabini 1,649 1,649 371
Mabolo 21,842 21,656 5,503
Malubog 2,441 2,441 507
Mambaling 32,162 32,080 6,798
Pahina Central (Pob.) 5,227 5,161 1,198
Pahina San Nicolas 1,409 1,335 435
Pamutan 1,807 1,807 372
Pardo (Pob.) 12,103 12,090 2,621
Pari-an 1,503 1,415 440
Paril 1,412 1,412 296
Pasil 8,591 8,582 2,005
Pit-os 5,185 5,185 1,248
Pulangbato 5,539 5,539 1,251
Pung-ol-Sibugay 2,357 2,347 509
Punta Princesa 22,270 22,169 4,777
Quiot Pardo 21,659 21,600 4,625
Sambag I (Pob.) 11,865 11,677 3,045
Sambag II (Pob.) 13,526 13,436 3,401
San Antonio (Pob.) 2,010 2,010 652
San Jose 5,704 5,485 1,138
San Nicolas Central 6,240 6,227 1,537
San Roque (Ciudad) 4,870 4,844 1,189
Santa Cruz (Pob.) 2,522 2,501 817
Sawang Calero (Pob.) 7,831 7,764 1,532
Sinsin 2,111 2,111 468
Sirao 3,871 3,871 857
Suba Pob. (Suba San Nicolas) 9,628 9,588 2,269
Sudlon I 2,461 2,461 521
Sapangdaku 6,904 6,847 1,525
T. Padilla 8,113 8,113 1,871
Tabunan 1,951 1,951 440
Tagbao 1,951 1,951 425
Talamban 28,278 27,850 6,484
Taptap 1,741 1,741 418
Tejero (Villa Gonzalo) 15,204 15,191 3,466
Tinago 6,554 6,462 1,555
Tisa 35,600 35,587 7,591

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

To-ong Pardo 3,986 3,986 773


Zapatera 3,317 3,284 728
Sudlon II 3,579 3,579 764

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households
by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

LAPU-LAPU CITY (OPON) 350,467 350,422 80,913


Agus 8,185 8,185 1,736
Babag 17,721 17,721 3,876
Bankal 13,802 13,802 3,115
Baring 3,014 3,014 589
Basak 45,927 45,927 11,312
Buaya 12,123 12,123 2,683
Calawisan 8,433 8,433 1,800
Canjulao 11,471 11,471 2,534
Caw-oy 1,629 1,629 342
Cawhagan 559 559 106
Caubian 2,028 2,028 411
Gun-ob 34,662 34,662 8,802
Ibo 7,055 7,055 1,994
Looc 14,073 14,073 3,044
Mactan 29,262 29,262 6,359
Maribago 12,064 12,064 2,772
Marigondon 17,542 17,524 3,931
Pajac 16,084 16,084 3,723
Pajo 23,107 23,107 5,518
Pangan-an 1,767 1,767 374
Poblacion 8,243 8,243 2,005
Punta Engaño 7,106 7,106 1,434
Pusok 26,568 26,541 6,685
Sabang 5,603 5,603 1,157
Santa Rosa 3,934 3,934 800
Subabasbas 5,457 5,457 1,256
Talima 4,855 4,855 924
Tingo 2,830 2,830 558
Tungasan 1,950 1,950 377
San Vicente 3,413 3,413 696
2010 Census of Population and Housing Mandaue City

Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

MANDAUE CITY 331,320 331,213 78,394


Alang-alang 12,475 12,475 3,084
Bakilid 5,027 5,027 1,280
Banilad 22,297 22,297 5,488
Basak 7,858 7,858 1,940
Cabancalan 12,202 12,202 2,940
Cambaro 8,082 8,082 1,850
Canduman 17,100 17,100 3,872
Casili 3,743 3,743 827
Casuntingan 13,217 13,217 3,381
Centro (Pob.) 3,236 3,236 725
Cubacub 8,255 8,255 1,944
Guizo 8,554 8,543 2,268
Ibabao-Estancia 8,641 8,641 2,195
Jagobiao 12,227 12,227 2,715
Labogon 19,175 19,162 4,270
Looc 14,438 14,438 3,184
Maguikay 17,782 17,782 4,421
Mantuyong 5,869 5,869 1,302
Opao 9,907 9,907 2,152
Pakna-an 22,957 22,957 5,186
Pagsabungan 16,838 16,826 4,102
Subangdaku 20,333 20,262 4,840
Tabok 15,709 15,709 3,799
Tawason 4,891 4,891 1,127
Tingub 5,780 5,780 1,404
Tipolo 17,273 17,273 4,175
Umapad 17,454 17,454 3,923

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2010 Census of Population and Housing Negros Oriental

Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

NEGROS ORIENTAL 1,286,666 1,284,351 284,740

AMLAN (AYUQUITAN) 22,206 22,206 5,027


Bio-os 3,235 3,235 720
Jantianon 2,791 2,791 629
Jugno 3,832 3,832 852
Mag-abo 1,779 1,779 415
Poblacion 1,425 1,425 324
Silab 3,249 3,249 712
Tambojangin 2,257 2,257 496
Tandayag 3,638 3,638 879

AYUNGON 46,146 46,081 9,838


Amdus 1,407 1,404 323
Jandalamanon 1,167 1,167 257
Anibong 2,131 2,126 418
Atabay 1,225 1,225 258
Awa-an 2,474 2,474 567
Ban-ban 2,299 2,299 536
Calagcalag 1,711 1,711 378
Candana-ay 1,958 1,958 374
Carol-an 2,899 2,899 530
Gomentoc 2,065 2,065 471
Inacban 1,588 1,588 328
Iniban 1,273 1,273 303
Kilaban 846 846 167
Lamigan 844 841 170
Maaslum 1,799 1,799 386
Mabato 3,253 3,253 647
Manogtong 1,603 1,603 322
Nabhang 1,463 1,463 286
Tambo 3,188 3,173 738
Tampocon I 1,944 1,944 412
Tampocon II 2,674 2,657 546
Tibyawan 1,867 1,867 385
Tiguib 2,631 2,631 561
Poblacion 1,837 1,815 475

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

BACONG 32,286 32,228 7,246


Balayagmanok 1,149 1,149 256
Banilad 3,931 3,931 857
Buntis 2,593 2,593 596
Buntod 1,680 1,680 433
Calangag 555 555 124
Combado 2,072 2,072 464
Doldol 913 913 216
Isugan 1,341 1,341 284
Liptong 781 781 183
Lutao 1,087 1,036 238
Magsuhot 340 340 77
Malabago 331 331 90
Mampas 175 175 52
North Poblacion 995 995 225
Sacsac 3,323 3,323 715
San Miguel 4,101 4,094 898
South Poblacion 1,576 1,576 343
Sulodpan 1,457 1,457 326
Timbanga 1,035 1,035 241
Timbao 1,079 1,079 237
Tubod 968 968 219
West Poblacion 804 804 172

BAIS CITY 74,722 74,607 16,518


Barangay I (Pob.) 3,868 3,868 824
Barangay II (Pob.) 9,904 9,896 2,135
Basak 1,610 1,610 376
Biñohon 1,506 1,506 339
Cabanlutan 1,996 1,996 581
Calasga-an 2,556 2,556 580
Cambagahan 4,990 4,990 1,099
Cambaguio 1,244 1,244 249
Cambanjao 1,504 1,504 340
Cambuilao 1,633 1,633 346
Canlargo 1,636 1,636 405
Capiñahan 1,682 1,682 372
Consolacion 586 485 108
Dansulan 1,220 1,220 234

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by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Hangyad 206 206 50


La Paz 962 962 201
Lo-oc 2,226 2,226 510
Lonoy 2,855 2,855 600
Mabunao 1,413 1,413 291
Manlipac 2,598 2,598 540
Mansangaban 1,368 1,368 284
Okiot 3,536 3,536 833
Olympia 866 866 185
Panala-an 3,790 3,788 984
Panam-angan 1,244 1,244 269
Rosario 273 273 62
Sab-ahan 6,241 6,241 1,332
San Isidro 340 340 77
Katacgahan (Tacgahan) 1,029 1,029 222
Tagpo 2,488 2,488 530
Talungon 2,083 2,079 419
Tamisu 2,884 2,884 627
Tamogong 418 418 96
Tangculogan 1,100 1,100 233
Valencia 867 867 185

BASAY 24,913 24,883 5,180


Actin 2,391 2,391 468
Bal-os 3,225 3,225 688
Bongalonan 3,742 3,742 792
Cabalayongan 1,110 1,110 242
Cabatuanan 741 741 153
Linantayan 1,250 1,250 249
Maglinao 2,807 2,798 571
Nagbo-alao 4,050 4,050 881
Olandao 1,094 1,094 210
Poblacion 4,503 4,482 926

CITY OF BAYAWAN (TULONG) 114,074 113,916 24,367


Ali-is 3,114 3,114 615
Banaybanay 3,596 3,596 809
Banga 6,078 5,974 1,329
Villasol (Bato) 4,074 4,074 925

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by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Boyco 1,502 1,502 331


Bugay 4,982 4,982 1,056
Cansumalig 2,402 2,402 495
Dawis 5,112 5,112 1,110
Kalamtukan 3,886 3,884 782
Kalumboyan 7,124 7,112 1,530
Malabugas 4,828 4,828 1,000
Mandu-ao 4,575 4,575 926
Maninihon 5,894 5,894 1,254
Minaba 2,170 2,170 462
Nangka 9,940 9,917 2,179
Narra 5,707 5,707 1,182
Pagatban 1,980 1,980 468
Poblacion 2,787 2,787 639
San Jose 1,794 1,794 396
San Miguel 1,652 1,652 319
San Roque 1,872 1,872 365
Suba (Pob.) 2,532 2,532 576
Tabuan 4,770 4,770 944
Tayawan 5,585 5,585 1,100
Tinago (Pob.) 3,240 3,240 779
Ubos (Pob.) 1,662 1,645 356
Villareal 10,047 10,047 2,210
San Isidro 1,169 1,169 230

BINDOY (PAYABON) 39,416 39,416 8,394


Atotes 2,285 2,285 456
Batangan 812 812 174
Bulod 1,910 1,910 395
Cabcaban 3,062 3,062 636
Cabugan 1,514 1,514 359
Camudlas 866 866 177
Canluto 1,412 1,412 324
Danao 1,079 1,079 207
Danawan 1,211 1,211 254
Domolog 1,692 1,692 424
Malaga 1,763 1,763 409
Manseje 1,001 1,001 222
Matobato 2,158 2,158 429

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by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Nagcasunog 582 582 124


Nalundan 7,242 7,242 1,390
Pangalaycayan 1,198 1,198 294
Peñahan 598 598 106
Poblacion (Payabon) 3,113 3,113 726
Salong 778 778 165
Tagaytay 1,662 1,662 351
Tinaogan 2,713 2,713 602
Tubod 765 765 170

CANLAON CITY 50,627 50,459 11,368


Bayog 2,663 2,663 591
Binalbagan 2,109 2,109 480
Bucalan (East Budsalan) 3,187 3,187 681
Linothangan 3,406 3,406 806
Lumapao 2,680 2,680 605
Malaiba 3,956 3,955 956
Masulog 5,200 5,179 1,123
Panubigan 6,109 6,061 1,412
Mabigo (Pob.) 11,356 11,258 2,500
Pula 4,519 4,519 1,035
Budlasan (West Budlasan) 3,768 3,768 793
Ninoy Aquino 1,674 1,674 386

DAUIN 25,239 25,218 5,831


Anahawan 463 463 107
Apo Island 918 918 184
Bagacay 759 759 180
Baslay 621 621 143
Batuhon Dacu 545 545 125
Boloc-boloc 652 652 151
Bulak 1,349 1,349 328
Bunga 811 811 203
Casile 718 718 171
Libjo 595 595 142
Lipayo 2,331 2,331 523
Maayongtubig 3,115 3,115 670
Mag-aso 785 785 212
Magsaysay 1,211 1,211 301

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by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Malongcay Dacu 1,128 1,128 250


Masaplod Norte 1,259 1,249 290
Masaplod Sur 1,461 1,461 332
Panubtuban 887 887 212
Poblacion I 1,351 1,351 320
Poblacion II 1,183 1,172 248
Poblacion III 925 925 224
Tugawe 1,470 1,470 343
Tunga-tunga 702 702 172

DUMAGUETE CITY (Capital) 120,883 119,900 26,834


Bagacay 8,266 8,201 1,841
Bajumpandan 4,500 4,224 932
Balugo 2,980 2,980 659
Banilad 8,286 8,270 1,809
Bantayan 4,920 4,875 1,150
Batinguel 8,148 8,140 1,815
Bunao 2,727 2,727 594
Cadawinonan 4,892 4,892 991
Calindagan 8,056 8,015 1,789
Camanjac 4,142 4,142 912
Candau-ay 6,583 6,568 1,417
Cantil-e 3,229 3,226 715
Daro 6,373 6,319 1,460
Junob 6,054 6,054 1,305
Looc 4,058 4,035 891
Mangnao-Canal 3,707 3,707 829
Motong 2,137 2,137 468
Piapi 6,149 6,112 1,365
Poblacion No. 1 (Barangay 1) 2,170 2,170 473
Poblacion No. 2 (Barangay 2) 1,305 1,301 280
Poblacion No. 3 (Barangay 3) 150 142 26
Poblacion No. 4 (Barangay 4) 218 214 46
Poblacion No. 5 (Barangay 5) 132 132 34
Poblacion No. 6 (Barangay 6) 325 294 82
Poblacion No. 7 (Barangay 7) 202 202 39
Poblacion No. 8 (Barangay 8) 2,363 2,363 572
Pulantubig 3,266 3,222 735
Tabuctubig 1,684 1,656 432

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by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Taclobo 9,691 9,467 2,236


Talay 4,170 4,113 937

CITY OF GUIHULNGAN 93,675 93,513 20,950


Bakid 1,212 1,212 300
Balogo 2,945 2,943 597
Banwaque 1,438 1,438 322
Basak 4,086 4,086 919
Binobohan 1,727 1,727 354
Buenavista 4,390 4,390 1,009
Bulado 3,129 3,129 709
Calamba 3,265 3,265 728
Calupa-an 1,767 1,767 355
Hibaiyo 5,068 5,068 1,190
Hilaitan 4,990 4,983 1,134
Hinakpan 2,214 2,210 478
Humayhumay 1,378 1,378 296
Imelda 1,204 1,204 277
Kagawasan 1,531 1,531 376
Linantuyan 2,233 2,228 460
Luz 1,660 1,659 340
Mabunga 1,856 1,856 401
Mckinley 2,133 2,133 521
Nagsaha 1,470 1,470 344
Magsaysay 1,743 1,743 380
Malusay 3,295 3,295 748
Maniak 2,173 2,173 485
Padre Zamora 2,273 2,273 561
Plagatasanon 801 801 180
Planas 1,619 1,619 366
Poblacion 13,434 13,293 3,091
Sandayao 3,721 3,721 763
Tacpao 1,511 1,511 314
Tinayunan Beach 3,095 3,095 677
Tinayunan Hill 2,477 2,475 587
Trinidad 5,864 5,864 1,214
Villegas 1,973 1,973 474

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by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

JIMALALUD 29,044 29,044 6,190


Aglahug 639 639 139
Agutayon 446 446 95
Apanangon 2,177 2,177 410
Bae 929 929 188
Bala-as 497 497 100
Bangcal 1,017 1,017 216
Banog 862 862 169
Buto 563 563 139
Cabang 438 438 92
Camandayon 754 754 170
Cangharay 1,387 1,387 294
Canlahao 481 481 100
Dayoyo 1,623 1,623 360
Eli 1,488 1,488 301
Lacaon 1,281 1,281 276
Mahanlud 845 845 191
Malabago 402 402 103
Mambaid 740 740 164
Mongpong 801 801 179
Owacan 1,367 1,367 316
Pacuan 1,599 1,599 368
Panglaya-an 1,098 1,098 226
North Poblacion 1,211 1,211 264
South Poblacion 1,606 1,606 366
Polopantao 1,307 1,307 271
Sampiniton 1,442 1,442 292
Talamban 725 725 175
Tamao 1,319 1,319 226

LA LIBERTAD 38,904 38,902 8,953


Aniniaw 1,106 1,106 243
Aya 953 953 207
Bagtic 1,344 1,344 325
Biga-a 1,101 1,101 253
Busilak 1,176 1,176 288
Cangabo 1,245 1,245 296
Cantupa 1,048 1,048 227
Eli 1,273 1,273 334

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Guihob 2,048 2,048 459


Kansumandig 1,242 1,242 268
Mambulod 632 632 140
Mandapaton 1,927 1,927 492
Manghulyawon 1,398 1,398 324
Manluminsag 776 776 184
Mapalasan 557 557 127
Maragondong 930 930 178
Martilo 2,038 2,038 449
Nasungan 1,558 1,558 323
Pacuan 2,478 2,478 617
Pangca 652 652 165
Pisong 1,325 1,323 303
Pitogo 1,216 1,216 269
Poblacion North 2,319 2,319 542
Poblacion South 1,338 1,338 294
San Jose 1,703 1,703 382
Solongon 2,235 2,235 539
Tala-on 806 806 164
Talayong 919 919 212
Elecia (Talostos) 1,561 1,561 349

MABINAY 74,187 74,143 16,340


Abis 2,706 2,706 647
Arebasore 1,548 1,548 349
Bagtic 3,100 3,100 750
Banban 1,073 1,073 255
Barras 2,641 2,641 543
Bato 2,096 2,096 453
Bugnay 853 853 179
Bulibulihan 1,149 1,149 270
Bulwang 2,191 2,187 495
Campanun-an 2,947 2,947 593
Canggohob 1,531 1,531 337
Cansal-ing 1,392 1,392 293
Dagbasan 1,773 1,773 371
Dahile 3,975 3,975 817
Himocdongon 2,260 2,260 520
Hagtu 1,616 1,616 345

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by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Inapoy 2,214 2,207 465


Lamdas 1,537 1,537 322
Lumbangan 4,953 4,953 1,094
Luyang 1,575 1,575 376
Manlingay 800 800 178
Mayaposi 2,444 2,444 578
Napasu-an 941 941 191
New Namangka 370 370 83
Old Namangka 1,033 1,033 230
Pandanon 2,484 2,484 530
Paniabonan 3,373 3,363 759
Pantao 4,014 4,014 921
Poblacion 6,132 6,109 1,351
Samac 3,293 3,293 657
Tadlong 1,912 1,912 404
Tara 4,261 4,261 984

MANJUYOD 41,107 41,079 8,962


Alangilanan 2,082 2,082 468
Bagtic 1,646 1,646 328
Balaas 858 858 192
Bantolinao 2,026 2,026 446
Bolisong 3,061 3,061 606
Butong 1,882 1,882 409
Campuyo 2,917 2,917 705
Candabong 2,265 2,265 479
Concepcion 741 741 166
Dungo-an 1,249 1,249 273
Kauswagan 1,288 1,288 254
Libjo 1,061 1,061 241
Lamogong 1,954 1,954 404
Maaslum 2,012 2,012 432
Mandalupang 2,112 2,112 480
Panciao 2,263 2,263 477
Poblacion 1,100 1,074 251
Sac-sac 791 791 170
Salvacion 1,007 1,007 225
San Isidro 809 809 170
San Jose 1,397 1,397 301

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by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Santa Monica 214 214 47


Suba 913 913 218
Sundo-an 1,612 1,611 383
Tanglad 1,361 1,361 287
Tubod 875 874 195
Tupas 1,611 1,611 355

PAMPLONA 34,906 34,903 7,942


Abante 781 781 165
Balayong 2,219 2,219 503
Banawe 1,515 1,515 342
Datagon 2,390 2,390 542
Fatima 1,456 1,456 320
Inawasan 1,320 1,318 293
Magsusunog 1,317 1,317 295
Malalangsi 3,244 3,244 773
Mamburao 1,929 1,929 425
Mangoto 1,447 1,447 360
Poblacion 5,649 5,648 1,269
San Isidro 2,997 2,997 633
Santa Agueda 3,041 3,041 761
Simborio 1,541 1,541 381
Yupisan 1,615 1,615 361
Calicanan 2,445 2,445 519

SAN JOSE 19,098 19,098 4,095


Basak 888 888 167
Basiao 596 596 130
Cambaloctot 557 557 123
Cancawas 1,527 1,527 336
Janayjanay 933 933 176
Jilocon 1,728 1,728 383
Naiba 671 671 143
Poblacion 1,035 1,035 223
San Roque 816 816 193
Santo Niño 2,195 2,195 443
Señora Ascion (Calo) 1,690 1,690 365
Siapo 2,136 2,136 449
Tampi 1,837 1,837 422

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by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Tapon Norte 2,489 2,489 542

SANTA CATALINA 73,306 73,216 15,894


Alangilan 4,361 4,361 934
Amio 2,118 2,109 510
Buenavista 990 962 219
Kabulacan 2,480 2,480 576
Caigangan 1,386 1,385 299
Caranoche 3,913 3,913 851
Cawitan 5,809 5,809 1,236
Fatima 1,317 1,317 286
Mabuhay 1,847 1,847 421
Manalongon 4,842 4,842 1,065
Mansagomayon 1,011 1,011 252
Milagrosa 3,385 3,385 740
Nagbinlod 3,012 2,992 585
Nagbalaye 4,957 4,957 1,057
Obat 2,599 2,599 563
Poblacion 12,515 12,515 2,724
San Francisco 4,052 4,052 877
San Jose 2,539 2,539 542
San Miguel 1,282 1,282 303
San Pedro 3,319 3,319 744
Santo Rosario 1,315 1,315 296
Talalak 4,257 4,225 814

SIATON 73,285 73,191 16,257


Albiga 1,516 1,516 351
Apoloy 2,337 2,337 475
Bonawon 9,078 9,078 2,004
Bonbonon 1,961 1,961 429
Cabangahan 3,503 3,503 767
Canaway 3,512 3,512 792
Casala-an 3,557 3,557 784
Caticugan 2,447 2,447 583
Datag 1,778 1,778 407
Giliga-on 4,816 4,816 1,064
Inalad 1,869 1,869 442
Malabuhan 3,080 3,080 660

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Maloh 5,314 5,314 1,065


Mantiquil 2,360 2,360 470
Mantuyop 1,842 1,842 452
Napacao 2,436 2,436 537
Poblacion I 1,930 1,920 457
Poblacion II 2,054 2,054 454
Poblacion III 2,589 2,589 603
Poblacion IV 1,810 1,726 414
Salag 2,776 2,776 611
San Jose 935 935 219
Sandulot 3,334 3,334 674
Si-it 2,104 2,104 565
Sumaliring 1,979 1,979 469
Tayak 2,368 2,368 509

SIBULAN 51,519 51,500 11,951


Agan-an 3,010 3,009 667
Ajong 3,113 3,104 708
Balugo 2,115 2,115 495
Bolocboloc 7,539 7,539 1,723
Calabnugan 1,339 1,333 314
Cangmating 3,463 3,463 866
Enrique Villanueva 1,285 1,285 267
Looc 4,066 4,066 928
Magatas 4,820 4,820 1,134
Maningcao 1,950 1,950 447
Maslog 5,300 5,300 1,295
Poblacion 5,145 5,142 1,143
San Antonio 2,641 2,641 627
Tubigon 999 999 221
Tubtubon 4,734 4,734 1,116

CITY OF TANJAY 79,098 78,983 17,888


Azagra 5,034 5,026 1,180
Bahi-an 2,023 2,023 448
Luca 2,672 2,672 673
Manipis 2,200 2,200 492
Novallas 5,334 5,334 1,169
Obogon 3,210 3,210 733

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by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Pal-ew 5,498 5,498 1,108


Poblacion I (Barangay 1) 2,043 2,043 447
Poblacion II (Barangay 2) 1,500 1,469 324
Poblacion III (Barangay 3) 1,953 1,953 431
Poblacion IV (Barangay 4) 2,662 2,653 668
Poblacion V (Barangay 5) 1,261 1,261 266
Poblacion VI (Barangay 6) 3,026 3,026 608
Poblacion VII (Barangay 7) 1,499 1,499 356
Poblacion VIII (Barangay 8) 2,416 2,416 498
Poblacion IX (Barangay 9) 1,872 1,872 453
Polo 3,642 3,642 832
San Isidro 3,410 3,410 884
San Jose 3,729 3,729 948
San Miguel 2,409 2,409 622
Santa Cruz Nuevo 4,167 4,167 971
Santa Cruz Viejo 5,397 5,330 1,171
Santo Niño 7,461 7,461 1,491
Tugas 4,680 4,680 1,115

TAYASAN 34,609 34,593 8,217


Bacong 419 419 111
Bago 2,502 2,502 576
Banga 972 972 229
Cabulotan 919 919 245
Cambaye 1,015 1,015 245
Dalaupon 819 819 172
Guincalaban 2,124 2,110 469
Ilaya-Tayasan 813 813 176
Jilabangan 1,162 1,162 257
Lag-it 1,461 1,461 341
Linao 1,152 1,152 297
Lutay 1,224 1,224 299
Maglihe 639 639 155
Matauta 579 579 140
Magtuhao 508 508 143
Matuog 1,938 1,938 482
Numnum 474 474 124
Palaslan 1,605 1,605 402
Pindahan 1,716 1,716 409

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by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Pinalubngan 1,539 1,539 312


Pinocawan 1,648 1,648 376
Poblacion 2,070 2,070 536
Santa Cruz 692 692 170
Saying 547 547 138
Suquib 728 728 182
Tamao 1,410 1,410 353
Tambulan 2,515 2,515 557
Tanlad 1,419 1,417 321

VALENCIA (LUZURRIAGA) 31,477 31,418 6,856


Apolong 1,496 1,496 335
Balabag East 2,662 2,652 598
Balabag West 1,680 1,680 375
Balayagmanok 1,106 1,106 249
Balili 487 487 115
Balugo 1,649 1,649 347
Bongbong 1,333 1,333 312
Bong-ao 2,226 2,222 483
Calayugan 1,114 1,114 246
Cambucad 529 529 124
Dobdob 1,346 1,346 256
Jawa 1,964 1,919 416
Caidiocan 1,536 1,536 320
Liptong 1,094 1,094 244
Lunga 885 885 212
Malabo 823 823 169
Malaunay 1,950 1,950 395
Mampas 413 413 98
Palinpinon 2,447 2,447 523
North Poblacion 752 752 187
South Poblacion 602 602 135
Puhagan 1,548 1,548 303
Pulangbato 989 989 201
Sagbang 846 846 213

VALLEHERMOSO 36,943 36,888 7,876


Bagawines 5,688 5,688 1,192
Bairan 419 403 98

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by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Don Espiridion Villegas 1,808 1,808 352


Guba 2,096 2,080 449
Cabulihan 1,320 1,320 300
Macapso 1,460 1,460 335
Malangsa 1,787 1,787 402
Molobolo 1,973 1,973 365
Maglahos 1,235 1,235 295
Pinocawan 4,098 4,098 803
Poblacion 4,615 4,592 1,045
Puan 1,627 1,627 337
Tabon 2,854 2,854 598
Tagbino 3,829 3,829 804
Ulay 2,134 2,134 501

ZAMBOANGUITA 24,996 24,966 5,766


Basac 1,894 1,881 446
Calango 1,469 1,469 290
Lotuban 1,728 1,728 407
Malongcay Diot 940 940 224
Maluay 2,954 2,954 695
Mayabon 6,224 6,207 1,439
Nabago 1,001 1,001 254
Nasig-id 1,177 1,177 275
Najandig 1,483 1,483 276
Poblacion 6,126 6,126 1,460

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

SIQUIJOR 91,066 90,975 21,211

ENRIQUE VILLANUEVA 5,972 5,972 1,432


Balolong 149 149 33
Bino-ongan 438 438 103
Bitaug 828 828 189
Bolot 137 137 31
Camogao 313 313 60
Cangmangki 412 412 108
Libo 798 798 186
Lomangcapan 621 621 154
Lotloton 467 467 116
Manan-ao 135 135 35
Olave 191 191 53
Parian 216 216 57
Poblacion 464 464 117
Tulapos 803 803 190

LARENA 12,931 12,903 2,957


Bagacay 631 631 140
Balolang 313 313 83
Basac 1,051 1,051 231
Bintangan 217 217 46
Bontod 532 532 124
Cabulihan 251 251 58
Calunasan 381 381 98
Candigum 353 353 86
Cang-allas 294 294 70
Cang-apa 332 332 72
Cangbagsa 883 883 180
Cangmalalag 376 376 92
Canlambo 758 758 175
Canlasog 274 274 74
Catamboan 392 392 95
Helen (Datag) 1,262 1,262 273
Nonoc 1,027 1,027 240
North Poblacion 1,019 1,019 242
South Poblacion 789 761 159
Ponong 266 266 57

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Sabang a 84 84 23
Sandugan 1,021 1,021 234
Taculing 425 425 105

LAZI 20,024 20,024 4,676


Campalanas 1,873 1,873 407
Cangclaran 533 533 125
Cangomantong 924 924 230
Capalasanan 1,214 1,214 286
Catamboan (Pob.) 1,617 1,617 351
Gabayan 1,934 1,934 487
Kimba 657 657 161
Kinamandagan 922 922 235
Lower Cabangcalan 866 866 192
Nagerong 1,313 1,313 313
Po-o 711 711 170
Simacolong 1,801 1,801 395
Tagmanocan 853 853 185
Talayong 608 608 144
Tigbawan (Pob.) 1,696 1,696 393
Tignao 887 887 234
Upper Cabangcalan 658 658 147
Ytaya 957 957 221

MARIA 13,383 13,373 3,189


Bogo 739 739 191
Bonga 459 459 106
Cabal-asan 357 357 90
Calunasan 641 641 143
Candaping A 448 448 111
Candaping B 591 591 150
Cantaroc A 385 385 92
Cantaroc B 411 411 96
Cantugbas 400 400 91
Lico-an 529 529 129
Lilo-an 1,470 1,470 333
Looc 528 528 118
Logucan 557 557 130
Minalulan 703 703 166

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Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households


by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Nabutay 718 718 188


Olang 592 592 159
Pisong A 292 292 62
Pisong B 293 293 56
Poblacion Norte 1,170 1,160 243
Poblacion Sur 675 675 171
Saguing 946 946 242
Sawang 479 479 122

SAN JUAN 13,525 13,525 3,260


Canasagan 545 545 130
Candura 452 452 109
Cangmunag 1,127 1,127 257
Cansayang 498 498 124
Catulayan 1,524 1,524 373
Lala-o 689 689 169
Maite 834 834 211
Napo 780 780 180
Paliton 769 769 191
Poblacion 768 768 185
Solangon 1,173 1,173 292
Tag-ibo 724 724 182
Tambisan 1,190 1,190 286
Timbaon 1,425 1,425 330
Tubod 1,027 1,027 241

SIQUIJOR (Capital) 25,231 25,178 5,697


Banban 778 778 169
Bolos 252 252 56
Caipilan 1,000 963 221
Caitican 444 444 113
Calalinan 675 675 144
Cang-atuyom 307 307 73
Canal 433 433 85
Candanay Norte 886 886 195
Candanay Sur 885 885 211
Cang-adieng 256 256 67
Cang-agong 879 879 192
Cang-alwang 731 731 172

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by Province, City, Municipality and Barangay: as of May 1, 2010
(total population includes institutional population)

Province, City, Municipality Total Household Number of


and Barangay Population Population Households

Cang-asa 863 863 218


Cang-inte 215 215 43
Cang-isad 142 142 36
Canghunoghunog 247 247 48
Cangmatnog 185 185 37
Cangmohao 177 177 36
Cantabon 497 497 108
Caticugan 842 842 195
Dumanhog 557 557 121
Ibabao 312 312 74
Lambojon 298 298 70
Luyang 704 704 161
Luzong 445 445 97
Olo 754 754 154
Pangi 1,491 1,491 327
Panlautan 224 224 47
Pasihagon 1,003 1,003 264
Pili 353 353 81
Poblacion 1,596 1,580 332
Polangyuta 781 781 159
Ponong 828 828 179
b
Sabang 554 554 136
San Antonio 773 773 179
Songculan 245 245 54
Tacdog 509 509 118
Tacloban 636 636 141
Tambisan 684 684 163
Tebjong 209 209 49
Tinago 971 971 228
Tongo 610 610 144

a
With boundary dispute with barangay Sabang of the municipality of Siquijor.
b
Includes population count in part of the barangay being disputed by barangay
Sabang, municipality of Larena.

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COMMONWEALTH ACT NO. 591

AN ACT CREATING A BUREAU OF THE CENSUS AND STATISTICS


TO CONSOLIDATE STATISTICAL ACTIVITIES OF THE GOVERNMENT THEREIN

Be it enacted by the National Assembly of the Philippines:

SECTION 1. Bureau of the Census and Statistics is created.

SECTION 2. The powers, functions, and duties of the Bureau of the Census and
Statistics shall be as follows:

(a) To collect by enumeration, sampling or other methods, statistics and other


information concerning population, agricultural conditions, the area and production
of crops, the number of livestock, the production of livestock products, exports,
imports, commerce, industrial and commercial enterprises, prices, employment,
wages, stock of commodities, agricultural and other properties, social and
economic institutions, and such other statistics as the President of the Philippines
by executive order may direct;

(b) To compile and classify all such statistical data and information and to publish the
same for the use of the Government and the people;

(c) To prepare for and undertake all censuses of population, agriculture, industry and
commerce;

(d) To conduct, for statistical purposes, investigations and studies of social and
economic problems and conditions;

(e) To compile and classify statistical and other data for other branches and
dependencies of the government, upon the approval of the President of the
Philippines;

(f) To carry out and administer the provisions of Act Numbered Thirty-seven Hundred
and Fifty-three, entitled “An Act to Establish a Civil Register”;

(g) To make and publish, from time to time, estimates of population, agricultural
production, income and number of livestock.

SECTION 3. The collection of data and information prescribed in section two may be
secure by the mailing or delivery of the necessary questionnaire or form
and explanatory matter to the persons best qualified to furnish such
data or information and in which case, the proprietor, official,
government official or employee, partner, director or legal
representative to whom such questionnaire or form is mailed or
delivered, shall be required to accomplish such questionnire, or form
personally or cause the same to be accomplished by his duly authorized
agent or representative. Any person who fails or refuses to accomplish,
mail or deliver such questionnaire or form received by him to the Bureau
of Census and Statistics within thirty days of its receipt by him; or any
person who, in accomplishing any such questionnaire or form knowingly

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gives data or information which shall prove to be materially untrue in


any particular; or any person who signs such questionnaire or form after
it has been accomplished in the knowledge that it is untrue in any
particular shall, upon conviction, be punished by a fine of not more than
six hundred pesos or by imprisonment for not more than six months, or
by both.

SECTION 4. Data furnished the Bureau of the Census and Statistics by an individual,
corporation, partnership, institution or business enterprise shall not be
used as evidence in any court or any public office either as evidence for
or against the individual, corporation, association, partnership,
institutions; or business enterprise from who such data emanate; nor
shall such data or information be divulged to any person except
authorized employees of the Bureau of the Census and Statistics,
acting in the performance of their duties; nor shall such data be
published except in the form of summaries or statistical tables in which
no reference to an individual, corporation, association, partnership,
institution or business enterprise shall appear. Any person violating the
provisions of this section shall, upon conviction, be punished by a fine of
not more than six hundred pesos or by imprisonment for not more than
six months, or both.

SECTION 5. The Bureau of the Census and Statistics shall be under the executive
direction and supervision of the President of the Philippines. Such
personnel as may be necessary for the proper and efficient
performance of the duties prescribed by this Act shall be appointed by
the President of the Philippines, upon recommendation of the Director
of the Bureau of the Census and Statistics, at such rates of salaries as
may be fixed in accordance with Commonwealth Act Number Four
Hundred and Two, entitled “An Act to Provide for Classification of
Civilian Positions and Standardization of Salaries in the Government”.

At anytime after its organization, the President of the Philippines is


authorized to place the Bureau of the Census and Statistics under the
direct supervision and control of any of the executive department.

SECTION 6. The Bureau of the Census and Statistics shall have one chief and one
assistant chief, who shall be known respectively, as the Director and
Assistant Director of the Bureau of the Census and Statistics. The
Director of the Bureau of the Census and Statistics shall receive the
same compensation as that received by the directors of bureaus
mentioned in sub-paragraph (4), sub-section (a) of section five of
Commonwealth Act Number Four Hundred and Two, and the Assistant
Director of the Bureau of the Census and Statistics, the same
compensation as that received by assistant directors of bureaus
mentioned in sub-paragraph (5) of said sub-section (a) of section five of
the same Act. The Director and Assistant Director of the Bureau of the
Census and Statistics, shall be appointed by the President of the
Philippines, with the consent of the Commission on appointments of the
National Assembly.

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SECTION 7. The powers, functions, and duties of the Division of Statistics of the
Department of Agriculture and Commerce, those of the Director of the
National Library under the provision of Act Number Thirty-seven
Hundred Fifty-three, and those of the Statistics Division of the Bureau of
Customs, are transferred to the Bureau of the Census and Statistics.

SECTION 8. The President of the Philippines is authorized to transfer personnel,


equipment, unexpended appropriations, if any, records, documents,
supplies and other property from the Commission of the Census created
by Commonwealth Act Number One Hundred and Seventy to the
Bureau of Census and Statistics, upon or prior to the completion of the
census taken pursuant to the provisions of Commonwealth Act Number
One Hundred and Seventy.

SECTION 9. The President of the Philippines is authorized until June Thirty,


Nineteen Hundred and Forty-one, the provisions of existing laws to the
contrary notwithstanding, to transfer by executive order the functions,
appropriations, equipment, property, records, and personnel of any
bureau, office or part thereof, engaged in the collection, compilation,
and publication of statistics from the different executive departments,
bureaus and offices to the Bureau of Census and Statistics, when in his
judgement, greater economy, efficiency and accuracy in the collection,
compilation, and publication of statistics can be accomplished thereby.

Any action taken by the President pursuant to this authority shall be


reported by him to the National Assembly at the next regular session
thereof and shall be valid and subsisting until the National Assembly
shall provide otherwise.

SECTION 10. This Act shall take effect upon its approval.

Approved, August 19, 1940.

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BATAS PAMBANSA BLG. 72

AN ACT PROVIDING FOR THE TAKING OF AN INTEGRATED CENSUS


EVERY TEN YEARS BEGINNING IN THE YEAR NINETEEN HUNDRED
AND EIGHTY AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

Be it enacted by the Batasang Pambansa in session assembled:

SECTION 1. A national census of population and other related data shall be taken
every decade beginning in 1980, in accordance with plans prepared by
the National Census and Statistics Office, without prejudice to the
undertaking of special censuses on agriculture, industry, commerce,
housing and other sectors as may be approved by the National
Economic and Development Authority.

SECTION 2. There is hereby created the National Census Coordinating Board to be


composed of the Minister of Economic Planning, as Chairman, the
Minister of Human Settlements, the Minister of Budget, the Minister of
the Justice, the Minister of National Defense, the Minister of Labor, the
Minister of Finance, the Minister of Education and Culture, the Minister
of Public Works, the Minister of Transportation and Communications,
the Minister of Public Highways, the Minister of Agriculture, the Minister
of Natural Resources, the Minister of Public Information, and the
Minister of Local Government and Community Development, as
members, with the Executive Director of the National Census and
Statistics Office as Executive Officer of the Board.

The censuses shall be under the supervision and coordination of the


National Census Coordinating Board which shall issue such rules and
regulations as may be necessary for the successful undertaking and
completion of the censuses provided in this Act.

SECTION 3. There shall be established a provincial, city and municipal census board
in each province, city and municipality, as the case may be, which shall
provide such facilities and assistance as may be required by the
National Census Coordinating Board. The boards shall be under the
supervision and control of the National Census Coordinating Board.

SECTION 4. The Provincial Census Board shall be composed of the Provincial


Governor, as Chairman, and the Division Superintendent of Schools, or
in case the of province with more than one school division, the Division
Superintendent designated by the National Census Coordinating Board,
as Vice Chairman, the District Highway Engineer, or in the case of
provinces which have two or more highway engineering districts, the
one that may be designated by the National Census Coordinating
Board, the Provincial Commander of the Philippine Constabulary, the
Provincial Development Officer, the Provincial Assessor, and the
Provincial Agriculturist, as members, with the Provincial Statistics
Officer as the Executive Officer.

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The City Census Board shall be composed of the City Mayor, as


Chairman, and the City Superintendent of Schools, as Vice Chairman,
the City Engineer, the City Development Officer, and the City Assessor,
as members, with the City Census Officer as the Executive Officer.

The Municipal Census Board shall be composed of the Municipal


Mayor, as Chairman, and the District Supervisor, the Municipal
Agriculturist, the Station Commander, the Municipal Treasurer, and the
Municipal Development Officer, as members, with the Municipal Census
Officer/Census Supervisor as the Executive Officer.

SECTION 5. The National Census Coordinating Board and the local census board
may call upon any ministry, bureau, office, agency or instrumentality of
the Government for any assistance in the performance of their duties.

SECTION 6. The first day of May of every regular census year is hereby designated
as the reference date for the census. The collection of data will be by
enumeration and the respondent shall be the head or any responsible
member of the household.

SECTION 7. Public school teachers shall be employed for enumeration work and for
such service shall be paid an honorarium as may be determined by the
National Census Coordinating Board but in no case not less than two
hundred-fifty pesos and shall received service credits equivalent to the
number of days rendered in census work. Other government
employees whose services are engaged for census work shall be
entitled to such allowances as shall be prescribed by the National
Census Coordinating Board payable from census funds. The census
herein taken at the barangay level shall be certified to by the
corresponding barangay captain.

SECTION 8. Before the end of the year 1980 and of every census year thereafter, a
count of the population by province, city, municipality and barangay
shall be published by the National Census and Statistics Office. The
final population count as determined from the processed census returns
shall be considered official for all purposes upon proclamation by the
President (Prime Minister).

SECTION 9. Data gathered pursuant to this Act shall not be used as evidence in any
court or public office or for or against any person, except in a criminal
case for violation of Section 10 of this Act, nor shall such data be
divulged to any person except to authorized employees of the National
Census and Statistics Office, acting in the performance of their duties;
nor shall such data be published except in the form of summaries or
statistical tables in which no reference to an individual shall appear.
Any person violating any provision of this Section shall be punished by
a fine of not more than five hundred pesos or by imprisonment of not
more than six months, or both.

SECTION 10. Any respondent as provided for in Section 6 who unjustifiably refuses to
furnish the information called for in the census questionnaire, or

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knowingly certifies or gives data or information which shall be prove to


be materially untrue in any particular, shall be guilty of an offense under
this Act and shall, upon conviction, be punished by a fine of not more
than five hundred pesos or by imprisonment of not more than three
months, or both.

SECTION 11. The amount necessary for the holding of censuses shall be charged to
the appropriations available for the purpose in the corresponding
Appropriate Act.

SECTION 12. This Act shall take effect upon its approval.

Approved, June 11, 1980.

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EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 121

REORGANIZING AND STRENGTHENING


THE PHILIPPINE STATISTICAL SYSTEM (PSS)
AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES

RECALLING that the reorganization of the government is mandated expressly in Article II,
Section 1 (1), and Article III of the Freedom Constitution;

HAVING IN MIND that, pursuant to Executive Order No. 5 (1986), there is a need to effect the
necessary and proper changes in the organizational and functional structures of the
government, its agencies and instrumentalities, in order to promote efficiency and effectiveness
in the delivery of public services;

BELIEVING that the present Philippine Statistical System is too decentralized, being
characterized by a single general-purpose statistical agency, a number of agencies in the
production of specialized statistics and other instrumentalities involved in statistical activities
either as their primary functions or as part of their administrative or regulatory functions;

REALIZING that the absence of a strong coordinating mechanism has given rise to the
problems of duplication of activities, conflicting statistics, data gaps as well as unnecessary
burden on respondents;

CONSIDERING that the government needs to rationalize the allocation of resources for the
collection of statistics;

TAKING NOTE that the quality of statistical services is affected by the limited number of
qualified statistical workers;

CONVINCED that there is a need to maintain a decentralized system characterized by


independence, objectivity and integrity to make it more responsive to the requirements of
national development;

CONVINCED further that there is also a need for a stronger mechanism to coordinate the
decentralized government statistical service in order to promote the orderly development of a
system capable of providing timely, accurate and useful data for the government and the public,
especially for planning and decision-making;

AFFIRMING that there is a need to ensure the development and maintenance of high-level
statistical manpower in the government;

NOW, THEREFORE, I, CORAZON C. AQUINO, President of the Philippines, by virtue of the


powers vested in me by the sovereign will of the Filipino People and the Freedom Constitution,
do hereby order:

SECTION 1. Title. This Executive Order shall otherwise be known as the Reorganization
Act of the Philippine Statistical System.

SECTION 2. Reorganization. The Philippine Statistical System, hereinafter referred to as


PSS, is hereby reorganized, structurally and functionally, in accordance with
the provisions of this Executive Order.

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SECTION 3. Philippine Statistical System. The PSS shall consist of statistical


organizations at all administrative levels, the personnel therein and the national
statistical program. This includes a policy-making and coordinating body, a
statistical research and training center, a single general-purpose statistical
agency, all ministries, bureaus, offices, agencies and instrumentalities of the
national and local government and all government-owned or controlled
corporations and their subsidiaries that are engaged in statistical activities
either as their primary functions or as part of their administrative or regulatory
functions. The PSS shall remain decentralized with a strong coordination
feature to be achieved through closer linkage between statistical programming
and budgeting.

SECTION 4. National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB). There is hereby created


National Statistical Coordination Board, hereinafter referred to as NSCB, which
shall be the highest policy-making and coordinating body on statistical matters.
The NSCB shall be composed of the following: the National Economic and
Development Authority (NEDA) Director-General or his/her designated
representative as Chairman; the Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Budget and
Management (MBM), as Vice-Chairman; one representative each from the
remaining Ministries with the rank of Deputy Minister; the Deputy Governor of
the Central Bank; the Administrator of the National Statistics Office; the
Secretary General of the NSCB; the Director of the Statistical Research and
Training Center; the Governor or City Mayor nominated by the League of
Governors and City Mayors; and a member from the private sector to be
elected by other members of the Board who shall sit in the Board for a period
of three years, as members.

The decisions of the NSCB on statistical matters shall be final and executory.

SECTION 5. Powers and Functions. The NSCB shall have the following powers and
functions:

1. Promote and maintain an efficient statistical system in the government;

2. Formulate policies on all matters relating to government statistical


operations;

3. Recommend executive and legislative measures to enhance the


development and efficiency of the system, including the internal
structure of statistical agencies;

4. Establish appropriate mechanism for statistical coordination at the


regional, provincial and city levels;

5. Approve the Philippine Statistical Development Program;

6. Allocate statistical responsibilities among government agencies by


designating the statistics to be collected by them, including their
periodicity and content;

7. Review budgetary proposals involving statistical operations and submit


an integrated budget for the PSS to the MBM;

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8. Review and clear, prior to release, all funds for statistical operations;

9. Develop, prescribe, and maintain appropriate framework for the


improvement of statistical coordination;

10. Prescribe uniform standards and classification systems in government


statistics;

The NSCB shall not engage directly in any basic data collection activity.

SECTION 6. NSCB Technical Staff. The NSCB shall have a Technical Staff which shall
perform the following functions:

1. Provide technical and secretarial support to the NSCB;

2. Serve as the statistical clearing house and liaison for international


statistical matters;

3. Perform other functions as may be assigned by the NSCB and as may


be necessary to carry out the purposes of this Executive Order.

SECTION 7. Secretary General. The NSCB Technical Staff shall be headed by a


Secretary General with the rank of Deputy Minister, who shall be appointed
by the President, and is of proven competence and recognized stature in the
statistical profession.

SECTION 8. Inter-Agency Committee on Statistics. The NSCB may create inter-agency


committees (IAC) to assist it in the exercise of its functions.

SECTION 9. The National Statistics Office. The National Census and Statistics Office is
hereby renamed the National Statistics Office (NSO). It shall be the major
statistical agency responsible for generating general purpose statistics and
undertaking such censuses and surveys as may be designated by the NSCB.

The NSO shall be headed by an Administrator with the rank of Deputy Minister, who shall be
appointed by the President, and is of recognized stature and proven competence in the field of
statistics.

SECTION 10. The Statistical Research and Training Center. There is hereby created a
Statistical Research and Training Center, hereinafter referred to as SRTC,
which shall have the following functions:

1. Develop a comprehensive and integrated research and training program


on the theories, concepts and methodologies for the promotion of the
statistical system;

2. Undertake research on statistical concepts, definitions and methods;

3. Promote collaborative research efforts among members of the academic


community, data producers and users;

4. Conduct non-degree training programs to upgrade the quality of


statistical personnel and expand the statistical manpower base in

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support of the needs of the statistical system;

5. Provide financial and other forms of assistance to enhance statistical


research and development.

SECTION 11. SRTC Governing Board. The SRTC shall have a Governing Board that shall
formulate policies for its management and operations. The Secretary General
of the NSCB shall be the Chairman of the SRTC Governing Board, with the
following as members: Administrator of the National Statistics Office; Director
of the Bureau of Agricultural Statistics; Dean of the University of the
Philippines Statistical Center; Executive Director of the Philippine Social
Science Council; a representative of the NEDA and the Director of the SRTC
as ex-officio member.

SECTION 12. SRTC Executive Director. The SRTC shall have an Executive Director who
shall be appointed by the SRTC Governing Board. He shall receive such
salary and remuneration as may be determined by the SRTC Governing
Board.

SECTION 13. SRTC Endowment Fund. There is hereby established an SRTC Endowment
Fund which shall consist of contributions, donations, bequests, grants and
loans from domestic and/or foreign sources, government appropriations and
other incomes accruing from the operations of SRTC, which Fund is to
finance the carrying out of Subsection (a) to (e) of the preceding Section 10.
There is hereby appropriated out of any fund in the National Treasury or other
sources not otherwise appropriated the sum of SEVEN MILLION PESOS
(P7,000,000.00) as the initial contribution of the government to the
Endowment Fund.

SECTION 14. SRTC Initial Operating Fund. There is hereby appropriated and
programmed for immediate release out of any unappropriated balances in the
National Treasury or other sources the amount of THREE MILLION PESOS
(P3,000,000.00) as the initial operating fund of the SRTC.

SECTION 15. Other Statistical Agencies. Unless otherwise provided for in this Executive
Order or modified by the NSCB pursuant to its herein authority, all offices,
agencies and instrumentalities of the government including government-
owned or controlled corporations and their subsidiaries engaged in the
production of specialized statistics or otherwise involved in statistical activities
either as their primary function or as part of their administrative or regulatory
functions, shall continue to discharge such statistical functions in accordance
with the provisions of existing laws, rules and regulations.

SECTION 16. Designated Statistics. The NSCB shall designate statistics that should be
collected, compiled, processed and disseminated by agencies in accordance
with the statistical calendar approved by the NSCB. It shall promulgate and
implement the rules and regulations concerning designated statistics and shall
periodically review the list of designated statistics as may be required
appropriate.

SECTION 17. Access to Data of Government Agencies. Subject to existing laws, rules
and regulations on confidentiality of information, any individual, institution or

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instrumentality shall be given access to unpublished data, provided that the


cost incurred is assumed by the requesting party, in accordance with existing
laws, rules and regulations.

SECTION 18. Timely Release of Statistics. Agencies conducting statistical inquiries shall
be responsible for ensuring the timely release of the results thereof to the
general public, in compliance with the statistical calendar approved by the
NSCB.

SECTION 19. Statistical Standards. All government agencies shall adopt statistical
standards prescribed by the NSCB, including standard concepts and
definitions, techniques, procedures and classification systems.

SECTION 20. Funds Programming. The NSCB shall be responsible for the review and
prioritization of statistical activities in coordination with appropriate
government agencies, given the budgetary ceiling provided by the MBM. The
NSCB will also be responsible for determining how the available financial
resources will be allocated among the prioritized activities. The MBM shall
release the funds in accordance with the priorities set by the NSCB.

SECTION 21. Abolition of Existing Government Bodies. The committee on statistical


development created under Letter of Instructions No. 601, the Statistical
Advisory Board created under Part VI, Chapter II, Article II of the 1972
Integrated Reorganization Plan, and the Statistical Coordination Office of the
National Economic and Development Authority are hereby abolished and their
appropriations, records and properties, if any, and such personnel as may be
necessary shall be transferred to the NSCB.

SECTION 22. Transitory Provisions. In accomplishing the acts of reorganization herein


prescribed, the following transitory provisions shall be complied with, unless
otherwise provided elsewhere in this Executive Order:

(a) The transfer of a government unit shall include the functions,


appropriations, funds, records, equipment, facilities, choses in action,
rights, other assets, and liabilities, if any, of the transferred unit as well
as the personnel thereof, as may be necessary, who shall, in a hold-over
capacity, continue to perform their respective duties and responsibilities
and receive the corresponding salaries and benefits unless in the
meantime they are separated from government service pursuant to
Executive Order No. 17 (1986) or Article III of the Freedom Constitution.
Those personnel of the transferred unit whose positions are not included
in the Philippine Statistical System's new position structure and staffing
pattern approved and prescribed by the NSCB Chairman or who are not
reappointed shall be deemed separated from the service and shall be
entitled to the benefits provided in the second paragraph of Section 23
hereof.

(b) The transfer of functions which results in the abolition of the government
unit that has exercised them shall include the appropriations, funds,
records, equipment, facilities, choses in action, rights, other assets and
personnel as may be necessary to the proper discharge of the
transferred functions. The abolished unit's remaining appropriations and

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funds, if any, shall revert to the General Fund and its remaining assets, if
any, shall be allocated to such appropriate units as the Minister shall
determine or shall otherwise be disposed in accordance with the
Government Auditing Code and other pertinent laws, rules and
regulations. Its personnel shall, in a hold-over capacity, continue to
perform their duties and responsibilities and receive the corresponding
salaries and benefits unless in the meantime they are separated from the
service pursuant to Executive Order No. 17 (1986) or Article III of the
Freedom Constitution. Its personnel, whose positions are not included in
the Philippine Statistical System's new position structure and staffing
pattern approved and prescribed by the NSCB Chairman under Section
23 hereof or who are not reappointed, shall be deemed separated from
the service and shall be entitled to the benefits provided in the second
paragraph of the same Section 23.

(c) The transfer of functions which does not result in the abolition of the
government unit that has exercised them shall include the
appropriations, funds, records, equipment, facilities, choses in action,
rights, other assets and personnel as may be necessary to the proper
discharge of the transferred functions. The liabilities, if any, that may
have been incurred in connection with the discharge of the transferred
functions, shall be treated in accordance with the Government Auditing
Code and other pertinent laws, rules and regulations. Such personnel
shall, in a hold-over capacity, continue to perform their respective duties
and responsibilities and receive the corresponding salaries and benefits
unless in the meantime they are separated from the service pursuant to
Executive Order No. 17 (1986) or Article III of the Freedom Constitution.
Any personnel, whose position, is not included in the Philippine
Statistical System's new position structure and staffing pattern approved
and prescribed by the NSCB Chairman under Section 23 hereof or who
has not been reappointed, shall be deemed separated from the service
and shall be entitled to the benefits provided in the second paragraph of
the same Section 23.

(d) In case of the abolition of a government unit which does not result in the
transfer of its functions to another unit, the appropriations and funds of
the abolished unit shall revert to the General Fund, while the records,
equipment, facilities, choses in action, rights and other assets, thereof
shall be allocated to such appropriate units as the NSCB Chairman shall
determine or shall otherwise be disposed in accordance with the
Government Auditing Code and other pertinent laws, rules and
regulations. The liabilities of the abolished unit shall be treated in
accordance with the Government Auditing Code and other pertinent
laws, rules and regulations, while the personnel thereof, whose positions
are included in the Ministry's new position structure and staffing pattern
approved and prescribed by the NSCB Chairman under Section 23
hereof or who have not been reappointed shall be deemed separated
from the service and shall be entitled to the benefits provided in the
second paragraph of the same Section 23.

(e) In case of merger or consolidation of government units, the new or

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surviving unit shall exercise the functions (subject to the reorganization


herein prescribed and the laws, rules and regulations pertinent to the
exercise of such functions) and shall acquire the appropriations, funds,
records, equipment, facilities, choses in action, rights, other assets,
liabilities, if any, and personnel, as may be necessary, of (1) the units
that compose the merger unit or (2) the absorbed unit, as the case may
be. Such personnel shall, in a hold-over capacity, continue to perform
their respective duties and responsibilities and receive the corresponding
salaries and benefits unless in the meantime they are separated from the
service pursuant to Executive Order No. 17 (1986) or Article III of the
Freedom Constitution. Any such personnel, whose position is not
included in the Philippine Statistical System's new position structure and
staffing pattern approved and prescribed by the NSCB Chairman under
Section 23 hereof or who is not reappointed, shall be deemed separated
from the service and shall be entitled to the benefits provided in the
second paragraph of the same Section 23.

(f) In case of termination of a function which does not result in the abolition
of the government unit which has performed such function, the
appropriations and funds intended to finance the discharge of such
function shall revert to the General Fund, while the records, equipment,
facilities, choses in action, rights, and other assets used in connection
with the discharge of such function shall be allocated to appropriate units
as the NSCB Chairman shall determine or shall otherwise be disposed in
accordance with the Government Auditing Code and other pertinent
laws, rules and regulations. The liabilities, if any, they may have been
incurred in connection with the discharge of such function shall likewise
be treated in accordance with the Government Auditing Code and other
pertinent laws, rules and regulations. The personnel who have
performed such function, whose positions are not included in the
Philippine Statistical System's new position structure and staffing pattern
approved and prescribed by the NSCB Chairman under Section 23
hereof or who have not been appointed, shall be deemed separated from
the service and shall be entitled to the benefits provided in the second
paragraph of the same Section 23.

SECTION 23. New Structure and Pattern. Upon approval of this Executive Order, the
officers (the term "officer" as used in this Executive Order is intended to be
within the meaning of the term "official" as used in the Freedom Constitution)
and employees of the abolished entities mentioned in Section 21 hereof shall,
in a hold-over capacity, continue to perform their respective duties and
responsibilities and receive the corresponding salaries and benefits unless in
the meantime they are separated from government service pursuant to
Executive Order No. 17 (1986) or Article III of the Freedom Constitution.

The new position structure and staffing pattern of the Philippine Statistical
System shall be approved and prescribed by the NSCB Chairman within one
hundred twenty (120) days from the approval of this Executive Order and the
authorized positions created thereunder shall be filled with regular
appointments by him or by the President as they case may be. Those
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reappointed shall be deemed separated from the service. Those separated


from the service shall receive the retirement benefits to which they may be
entitled under the existing laws, rules and regulations. Otherwise, they shall
be paid the equivalent of one-month basic salary for every year of service, or
the equivalent nearest fraction thereof favorable to them on the basis of
highest salary received, but in no case shall such payment exceed the
equivalent of 12-month salary.

No court or administrative body shall issue any writ or preliminary injunction


or restraining order to enjoin the separation/replacement of any officer or
employee effected under this Executive Order.

SECTION 24. Notice of Consent Requirement. If any reorganizational change herein


authorized is of such substance or materiality as to prejudice third persons
with rights recognized by law or contract such that notice to or consent of
creditors are required to be made or obtained pursuant to any agreement
entered into with any of such creditors, such notice or consent requirement
shall be complied with prior to the implementation of such reorganizational
change.

SECTION 25. Periodic Performance Evaluation. The NSCB Chairman is hereby required
to formulate and enforce a periodic system of measuring objectively the
performance of the NSCB, which shall be submitted semi-annually and
annually to the President.

SECTION 26. Prohibition Against Change. No change in the reorganization herein


prescribed shall be valid except upon prior approval of the President for the
purpose of promoting efficiency and effectiveness in the delivery of public
services.

SECTION 27. Funding. Funds needed to carry out the reorganization of any agency or
office as a result of this Executive Order shall be taken from funds available in
said agency or office.

SECTION 28. Implementing Authority of NSCB Chairman. The NSCB Chairman shall
issue such rules, regulations and other issuances as may be necessary to
ensure the effective implementation of the provisions of this Executive Order.

SECTION 29. Separability. Any portion or provision of this Executive Order that may be
declared unconstitutional shall not have the effect of nullifying other portions
or provisions hereof, as long as such remaining portions or provisions can still
subsist and be given effect in their entirety.

SECTION 30. Repealing Clause. All laws, ordinances, rules, regulations, other issuances,
or parts thereof which are inconsistent with this Executive Order, are hereby
repealed or modified accordingly.

SECTION 31. Effectivity. This Executive Order shall take effect immediately upon its
approval.

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APPROVED in the City of Manila, Philippines, this 30th day of January, in the Year of Our Lord,
Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Seven.

(SGD.) CORAZON C. AQUINO

By the President:

(SGD.) JOKER P. ARROYO


Executive Secretary

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TRAININGS AND FIELDWORK FOR THE CONDUCT OF 2010 CPH

The 2010 Census of Population and Housing (2010 CPH) is designed to take an
inventory of the population and housing units in the Philippines and collect information about
their characteristics. All information about the population and living quarters were collected as
of 12:01 AM of May 1, 2010, the census reference date and time.

The National Statistics Office (NSO) is the agency mandated by law to conduct the 2010
CPH. Section 2 of Commonwealth Act No. 591 (CA 591), Section 9 of Executive Order No. 121
and Batas Pambansa Blg. 72 (BP 72) are the legal bases for the conduct of census. CA 591
and BP 72 explicitly provide the basis for the confidentiality of data collected during the census.

The census-taking was from May 17, 2010 to June 14, 2010, except in highly urbanized
cities such as the cities in the NCR, and large provinces in CALABARZON and Central Luzon
where the enumeration period extended beyond 23 days. About 68,146 public school teachers
were employed for the census as enumerators, team supervisors, and census area supervisors.
Their number was augmented by 19,579 hired personnel who were assigned to enumerate in
large and congested areas where enumeration was expected to go beyond 23 days and thus
cannot be handled by teachers who were expected to report for the school opening on June 14.
An enumerator was assigned to enumerate one enumeration area (EA), which has about 350
households. A ratio of one team supervisor to five enumerators was used during the census
operations.

In order to prepare the 84,000 census personnel for enumeration work, four levels of
training were conducted. The first level training for enumeration was participated in by
personnel of NSO central office and officials of NSO regional and selected provincial offices,
who, in turn acted as trainers in succeeding levels. The second level training was for NSO
provincial and regional office officials and staff who served as trainers for the third and fourth
level training. The third level training was participated in by public school teachers who were
assigned as census area supervisors. The enumerators and team supervisors were trained
during the fourth level training. A standard training program covering the concepts, definitions,
procedures, as well as duties and responsibilities of enumerators and supervisors was used.

Census-taking involved going around the whole enumeration area to do the required
census procedures, as follows.

1. Courtesy Call. As a matter of protocol, the census personnel made a courtesy call to
the barangay chairperson. The enumerator informed the official that the census
would be undertaken in his/her barangay and the enumerators would go around the
entire area to ask questions from the residents.

2. Mapping and Canvassing. The enumerator went around the entire EA to familiarize
himself with the place and checked the barangay or EA boundaries and landmarks,
and reflected these on the barangay/EA map.

3. Listing using CPH Form 1 or the Listing Booklet. The enumerator listed buildings
with living quarters, housing units, households and number of household members,
and institutional living quarters, and number of persons staying in institutions.
Structures which are occupied or used as living quarters by households, even though

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these are not intended for human habitation were also listed. During the listing, the
names of the household heads and their addresses, and the names and addresses
of institutions were recorded.

4. Interview and Recording of Answers. For every household or institution listed, the
enumerator administered a questionnaire, that is, CPH Form 2 or Form 3 for a
household and CPH Form 4 for an institution. The barangay chairperson or any
official was also interviewed by the enumerator or his team supervisor using CPH
Form 5 or Barangay Questionnaire.

5. Plotting. The enumerator plotted the building with its assigned serial number on the
EA map. Standard cartographic symbols were used in plotting the buildings of the
households and institutions.

6. Posting of sticker. The enumerator posted a sticker on the door, gate or any
conspicuous part of the housing unit or institutional living quarter, to indicate that the
household or institution has been listed and/or interviewed.

In addition to the count of the household population and institutional population,


information about selected demographic and socio-economic characteristics of the population
were collected using different census questionnaires. These questionnaires were reviewed for
completeness and consistency of entries at various phases of the census operations. During
data collection, the census supervisors scrutinized questionnaires for completeness and
consistency of entries.

Progress monitoring reports were utilized to track the progress of census and field
operations and to evaluate the completeness of census coverage in each EA while enumeration
was still ongoing. The provincial, regional and central offices of NSO monitored the progress
through the Progress Monitoring System (PMS). The PMS generated reports on number of
households, institutions and persons enumerated based on the information sent by area
supervisors through SMS (short messaging system or text messaging).

Review of accomplished questionnaires for completeness and consistency of entries


was also carried out at the census headquarters where the census teams met weekly and at the
provincial offices during manual processing. Machine processing, which includes scanning and
interpretation, key-from-image data entry, completeness and consistency checking, and
consolidation of data, were done at the various census processing centers (CPC) in the country.
Data files were transmitted from the CPCs to the Central Office for the generation of census
counts. Population counts by province, city, municipality and barangay as determined from the
processed census questionnaires are official for all purposes as proclaimed by the President of
the Philippines.

The 2010 CPH adopted innovations to make the census operations efficient.

1. GPS technology for mapping. For this census round, the use of GPS (Global
Positioning System) was used for mapping selected barangays in five regions of
Caraga, Bicol region, Cordillera, Ilocos region except Pangasinan, and in Eastern
Visayas. This activity provided the enumerators with more accurate maps with
exact boundary information. The use of the GPS technology will be continued by
NSO as part of the rolling program for mapping activities.

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2. SMS technology for Progress Monitoring. The NSO made use of the SMS
technology in monitoring the progress of enumeration nationwide. Started in the
2007 census, the enhanced version of the Progress Monitoring System or PMS was
adopted for the current census round. The Philippines is the first country in the Asia
and Pacific to have adopted the SMS technology for progress monitoring.

3. OMR technology for data processing. The use of Optical Mark Reader (OMR)
technology in the Philippine census started in the 2000 CPH. The Philippines is
among the countries to have successfully used this technology. The use of OMR
shortened the data entry phase as only those items with write-in entries were
encoded. Data encoding using the key-from-image was done instead of keying from
the questionnaires.

4. Satellite images for validating census coverage. The Central Office downloaded
satellite images and identified structures (buildings) in specific cities and
municipalities. Counts of households were estimated based on identified structures.
These estimates were used to validate the completeness of census coverage in
these areas.

The NSO implemented strategies to enumerate areas which were hard to reach, remote,
upland, with Indigenous Peoples (IP) communities, under military control or with peace and
order problem, Chinese communities or exclusive villages with low response rate because of
security or other reasons, and areas with boundary disputes. These strategies included the
recruitment of enumerators who are from the area; assignment of IP teachers in IP areas;
seeking the assistance of IP guides; coordination with the AFP and PNP for transport and
escorts; coordination with local officials; and coordination with homeowners associations in
exclusive villages, high-rise condominiums and Filipino-Chinese communities.

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EVALUATION OF POPULATION COUNTS FROM THE 2010 CPH

Progress monitoring reports were utilized to track the progress of census field operations
and to evaluate the completeness of census coverage in each enumeration area while the
enumeration was still ongoing. The provincial, regional, and central offices of NSO monitored
the progress through the Progress Monitoring System (PMS). It used as inputs the
Enumerator’s Accomplishment/PM Reports (CPH Form 10). The evaluation continued after the
enumeration period using counts from processed questionnaires from the twelve Census
Processing Centers 2010 (CPC 2010) across the country.

Evaluation of Counts at the NSO Field Offices

The Regional Office (RO) was responsible for the evaluation of the 2010 CPH counts for
the region while the Provincial Office (PO) was responsible for the province. The computerized
reporting through the PMS facilitated the evaluation at the PO and the RO. The PMS generated
various reports which include the Enumeration Area (EA) Progress Enumeration Report (PMS
Report 3). This report shows the counts of population of males and females and number of
households by EA and the status of enumeration in each EA or barangay based on the
information from CPH Form 10. Another PMS report generated at the PO is the Barangay
Coverage Report (PMS Report 4). This report was used to evaluate the acceptability of the
reported counts for the following indicators, computed up to the barangay level:

a. Household and population counts


b. Demographic indicators
 Annual population growth rate
 Percent change in the number of households
 Average household size
c. Difference between 2010 and 2007 institutional population
d. Number and percent of EAs completed

The field offices investigated areas with demographically implausible growth rates and
questionable values in any of the cited indicators.

Evaluation at the Central Office

Parallel monitoring and evaluation were done at the Central Office particularly at the
Household Statistics Department (HSD). The information used for the evaluation by HSD were:

a. 2010 CPH counts up to the barangay level generated through PMS;


b. 2010 CPH counts up to the barangay level from the Enumeration Area Reference
File (EARF) filled up with population counts by the Provincial Offices after matching
and completeness checking of census questionnaires during the manual processing;
c. 2010 CPH counts up to the barangay level generated by CPCs;
d. average annual population growth rates for the provinces and cities/municipalities for
the periods 1990-1995, 1995-2000, 2000-2007, 1990-2000, 1995-2007, 2000-2010

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and for all geographic levels, that is, including barangay level, for the period 2007-
2010;
e. sex ratio for the provinces and cities/municipalities for the year 2007, and for all
geographic levels for the year 2010;
f. average household size for all geographic levels for the years 2000, 2007, and 2010;
g. percent change of population between census years 2000 and 2007, 2000 and 2010,
and 2007 and 2010 for all geographic levels; and
h. difference in the total population, household population, and number of households
between census years 2000 and 2007, 2000 and 2010, and 2007 and 2010 for all
geographic levels.

Below are other sources of information used as inputs for the extrapolation of population
for 2010. Results of extrapolation were compared with the population counts from 2010 CPH,
using the balancing equation assumption:

a. vital registration data on annual births and deaths and estimates of levels of
registration based on 2000 CPH and POPCEN 2007, for the provinces and
cities/municipalities;
b. number of housing units based on satellite images, for selected provinces and
cities/municipalities; and
c. administrative records on membership of households in the community water or
electric cooperatives, for selected provinces and cities/municipalities.

Acceptable or demographically plausible values for the abovementioned indicators, as


well as the expected direction of their changes over time are specified in the Field Operations
Manual of 2010 CPH (pages 133-134). The demographic indicators for each geographic area
were evaluated using the procedures also contained in the Field Operations Manual.
Explanations were sought if a particular indicator fell outside the acceptable range of values, or
if the observed change in the indicator deviates from the expected demographic trend. The RO
submitted to the CO the explanations of the POs in his/her region for areas with census results
that were considered questionable by the CO based on its independent evaluation.

A more thorough procedure of evaluation was employed for barangays suspected of


having census under-coverage or over-coverage. Careful scrutiny of questionnaires for these
barangays was carried out following the procedures discussed in pages 135-136 of the Field
Operations Manual. In extreme cases wherein the result of the scrutiny of questionnaires
confirmed that under-enumeration or padding or fabrication of population was committed, field
verification became necessary. Teams composed of Statisticians from the CO, the PSOs and
Statisticians of concerned provinces conducted field verification in areas suspected of having
been under-enumerated or over-enumerated.

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List of Report No. 1 – Population by Province, City,


Municipality, and Barangay

NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION 1–A


CORDILLERA ADMINISTRATIVE REGION 1–B
REGION I - ILOCOS REGION 1–C
REGION II - CAGAYAN VALLEY 1–D
REGION III - CENTRAL LUZON 1–E
REGION IV-A - CALABARZON 1–F
REGION IV-B - MIMAROPA 1–G
REGION V - BICOL REGION 1–H
REGION VI - WESTERN VISAYAS 1–I
REGION VII - CENTRAL VISAYAS 1–J
REGION VIII - EASTERN VISAYAS 1–K
REGION IX - ZAMBOANGA PENINSULA 1–L
REGION X - NORTHERN MINDANAO 1–M
REGION XI - DAVAO REGION 1–N
REGION XII - SOCCSKSARGEN 1–O
AUTONOMOUS REGION IN MUSLIM MINDANAO 1–P
CARAGA 1–Q

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Census publications may be obtained from the Databank and


Information Services Division of the National Statistics Office at
Ramon Magsaysay Boulevard, Sta. Mesa, Manila with email address:
info@census.gov.ph or from any NSO Provincial/Regional Office.

NSO Website: www.census.gov.ph