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DEMOGRAPHIC FEATURES

TOTAL POPULATION FOR YEAR 2010

The result of the 2015 census of population conducted by NSO shows that the municipality of Angadanan has a total population of 43,061 registering an increase of 2,918 from 2010 population with an average annual growth rate of 1.04%. The total population for year 2015 represents 3.00% of the total population of the province of Isabela, which is 1,593,566 of the same year.

URBAN AND RURAL POPULATION

The total population of 43,061 has 9,676 households, 4,369 or 10.00% of the total populations with household of 981 are residing in the urban areas while 38,692 or 90.00% of the total population with a household of 8,695 are settling in the rural areas.

POPULATION DENSITY BY BARANGAY

The municipality has a gross population density of 211 persons/sq.km., the urban density is 2,060 persons/sq. kilometer. Centro II is the most populated area in the urban area with a population density of 4,570 persons/sq.km. in the rural barangay the most densely populated is Barangay Aniog with a population density of 750 persons/sq.km.

SEX DISTRIBUTION AND COMPOSITION

In the year 2015, the male population is 21,961 comprising 51.00% of the total population while female population is 21,100 or 49.00% of the total population. It registers a sex ratio of 103 males for every 100 females. Males outnumber females in age group bracket from under 1 to 55-59 years old while females outnumber males in age group bracket from 45 to 60-64 years old and over

AGE COMPOSITION AND DISTRIBUTION

The child and youth group belonging to the age group 0-14 years old has a total of 14,085 or 32.71% of the total population. The productive population or the working group belonging to the age bracket of 15-64 years old has a total of 26,526 or 61.60% of the total population and the elderly from age group 65 years old and above has a total of 2,442 or 5.67% of the total population.

PROJECTED DISTRIBUTION OF POPULATION IN URBAN AND RURAL AREAS, 2017-2022

BARANGAY20152016201720182019202020212022
Allangigan 667 694 721 750 780 812 844 878
Aniog 1,050 1092 1136 1181 1228 1277 1329 1382
Baniket 466 485 504 524 545 567 590 613
Bannawag 505 525 546 568 591 614 639 665
Bantug 463 482 501 521 542 563 586 609
Barangcuag 786 817 850 884 920 956 995 1034
Baui 374 389 405 421 438 455 473 492
Bonifacio 439 457 475 494 514 534 555 578
Buenavista 1,026 10671110 1154 1200 1248 1298 1350
Bunnay 631 656 682 710 738 768 798 830
Calabayan Minanga 1,802 1874 1949 2027 2108 2192 2280 2371
Calaccab 1,246 1296 1348 1402 1458 1516 1577 1640
Calaocan 863 898 933 971 1010 1050 1092 1136
Campanario 286 297 309 322 335 348 362 376
Canangan 706 734 764 794 826 859 893 929
Centro I 1,437 1494 1554 1616 1681 1748 1818 1891
Centro II 1,828 1901 1977 2056 2139 2224 2313 2406
Centro III 1,104 1148 1194 1242 1292 1343 1397 1453
Consular 578 601 625 650 676 703 731 761
Cumu 964 1003 1043 1084 1128 1173 1220 1269
Dalakip 785 816 849 883 918 955 993 1033
Dalenat 1,513 1574 1636 1702 1770 1841 1914 1991
Dipaluda 571 594 618 642 668 695 722 751
Duroc 598 622 647 673 700 728 757 787
Esperanza 288 300 312 324 337 350 364 379
Fugaru 927 964 1003 1043 1084 1128 1173 1220
Ingud Norte 753 783 814 847 881 916 953 991
Ingud Sur 455 473 492 512 532 554 576 599
Kalusutan 244 254 264 274 285 297 309 321
La Suerte 2,062 2144 2230 2319 2412 2509 2609 2713
Liwliwa 319 332 332 359 373 388 404 420
Lomboy 485 504 525 546 567 590 614 638
Loria 1,231 1280 1331 1385 1440 1498 1558 1620
Lourdes 752 782 813 846 880 915 952 990
Mabuhay 575 598 622 647 673 700 728 757
Macalauat705 733 763 793 825 858 892 928
Macaniao610 634 660 686 714 742 772 803
Malannao235 244 254 264 275 286 297 309
Malasin292 304 316 328 342 355 369 384
Mangandingay356 370 385 400 416 433 450 468
Minanga Proper769 800 832 865 900 936 973 1012
Pappat542 564 586 610 634 659 686 713
Pissay464 483 502 522 543 565 587 611
Ramona 710 738 768 799 831 864 898 934
Rancho Bassit479 498 518 539 560 583 606 630
Rang Ayan1,0211062 1104 1148 1194 1242 1292 1344
Salay 661 687 715 744 773 804 836 870
San Ambrocio450 468 487 506 526 547 569 592
San Guillermo214 223 231 241 250 260 271 282
San Isidro531 552 574 597 621 646 672 699
San Marcelo501 521 542 564 586 610 634 659
San Roque509 529 551 573 595 619 644 670
San Vicente538 560 582 605 629 655 681 708
Santo Nino 684 711 740 769 800 832 865 900
Saranay240 250 260 270 281 292 304 316
Sinabbaran 361 375 390 406 422 439 457 475
Victory 396 412 428 445 463 482 501 521
Viga 1,775 1846 1920 1997 2076 2160 2246 2336
Villa Domingo 1,239 1289 1340 1394 1449 1507 1568 1630
TOTAL4306144783 46575 48438 50375 52390 54486 56665

AGE DEPENDENCY RATIO

The dependent population of the municipality which comprises the ages below 15 years old and over 65 years old who are considered too young and too old to work has a total of l4,896.

The extent of the total dependent to the production group for support has a total dependency ratio of 59.95%, while the extent of the child and youth group to the productive group for support has a young dependency ratio of 52.34% and the extent of the elderly group to the productive group for support has an old dependency ratio of 7.61%.

MARITAL STATUS

Based from the 2015 data of the NSO, the marital status of the municipality’s household population 10 years old and over in the different age group bracket for both sexes are as follows: a) single-13,232 representing 42.22% b) married- 16,148 representing 51.53%; c) widowed- 1,560 representing 4.98%; d) separated- 195 representing .62%; e) common law/live in-124 representing .39% and e) others- 75 representing .26%.

The age groups that registered the highest number of married male and female is 30-34 years old. The age groups where majority are married are in 25-29 years old to 40-44 years old.

TOTAL LABOR FORCE

Of the total household population 15 years old and over in 2015 which is 26, 737, 50.27% or 13,442 are gainfully employed, of the total employed 8,474 are male while the female constitutes 4,968. Male labor force constitutes 13,765 or 51.00%, while the female labor force accounted for 12,972 or 49.00% representations.

LITERACY RATE

In 2015, 96.70s% literacy rate was registered by the municipality for household population 7 years old and over.

RELIGIOUS AFFILIATION

The most recent survey of the municipality on religious affiliation of the population accounted that 83.85% of the population belongs to the Roman Catholic 3.47% belongs to the Born Again Christians, 3.45% belongs to the Aglipays/Independent, 2.70% belongs to the Iglesia ni Cristo, 1.58% belongs to the Jehovah Witnesses, .49% belongs to the Seventh Day Adventist, .33% belongs to the Mormons and the remaining 4.13% of the population are members of other various religious sects.

CITIZENSHIP

In the absence of available data, it is estimated that more than 99% of the population are Filipinos and the rest are either Chinese or other foreign nationals.

MOTHER TONGUE

Angadanan is populated by a conglomeration of several ethnic origins with different dialects. In 2015, 69.5% total household population speak Ilocano, 19.98% speak Ibanag, 3.86% speak Gaddang and 2.46% speak Itawes. Other predominantly spoken dialects are Tagalog, Yogad and Bisaya. However, majority of the household population can speak Tagalog with fluency.

FERTILITY INDICES

The Crude Birth Rate (CBR) for year 2015 showed that there were an estimated 23 live births per 1,000 of the population in Angadanan, the Total Fertility Rate (TFR) for year indicated that there were 216 live births for every 1,000 female population in child bearing ages 15-49 years old.

MORBIDITY INDICATOR

In the year 2015.The General Medical Consultation Rate (GMCR) showed that there were 358 General Medical Consultations for every 1,000 population, the Hospitalization Rate (HR) reported that there were Five (5) hospitalized for every 1,000 population in the municipality.

MORTALITY INDICATOR

The Proportioned Mortality Rate (PMR) for every 50 years old and above indicated that for every 1,000 death of all causes, 798 belong to the age group 50 years old and over. The crude death rate (CDR) in the municipality has an estimated average ratio of 5 deaths per 1,000 of the population. The Infant mortality rate (IMR) showed that for every 1,000 live births, 2 deaths belong to the infants one year and below.