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