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  • 1990 Census of Population and.Housing.'

    Report No. 2-80D:

    QUEZON

    ,;. ..,' r ~. ;~. '.. .Population by City, Municipality,and Barangay orruc.J-

    Republic of the PhilippinesNational Statistics Office

    Manila

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    Citation:

    National Statistics Office. 1990 Census of Population and Housing,Report No.2-80D (Quezon), Population by City, Municipalityand Barangay. Manila, December 1990.ISSN 0117-1453

    ISBN 971-562-079-5

  • 1990 Census of Population and Ho

    Report No. 2-800: Population by City, Municipality,and Barangay

    QUEZON

    ~), .Republic of the PhilippinesNational Statistics Office

    ManilaDecember 1990

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    , ; ! ..• t' •• j Republic of the Philippines

    Office of the President

    HER EXCELLENCY

    PRESIDENT CORAZON C. AQUINO

    National Statistical Coordination Board

    Honorable Cayetano W. PaderangaChairman

    NATIONAL STATISTICS OFFICE

    Tomas P. AfricaAdministrator

    Nella R. MarquezDeputy Administrator

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  • FOR E W OR 0

    Batas Pam bans a BIg. 72 requires that a census of population be conducted every tenyears. On this basis, the 1990 Census of Population and Housing was undertaken by theNational Statistics Office. Pursuant to the same legislative act, the President of the Philippines,through Proclamation No. 688 dated February 12, 1991 declared the results of thecensus as presented in this report official for all purposes.

    The resulL~of the census are strategically used by many sectors. The size of populationdetermines the number of represent

  • • the other members of the National Statistical Coordination Board for lending outtheir logistics during the field enumeration phases;

    • the members of the Provincial and City/Municipal Census Boards, chaired by thegovemors and mayors, respectively, for assisting in the field operations;

    • the bamngay captains for soliciting the cooperation of their constituents and forcertifying that a census has been conducted in their area;

    • the print and broadcast media for the generous and wholehearted communicationsupport;

    • the church leaders who endorsed the project to their laity from the pulpit;

    • and most of all, the over 10 million individuals for serving as respondents in thecensus interviews, for their unwavering support on the decennial census taking.

    1ii1i t. "'" '-""'"OM P AFRIcAAdm nis torDecember 1990Manila

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  • MAL A C A ~ A N GMan i I a

    ..BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE PHiLIPPiNES

    . PROCLAMA TION NO. 688

    DECLARING AS OFFiCIAL THE'1980 POPULATION COUNT OF THE PHiLIPPINES BYPROVINCE, ':)ITY, MUNICIPALITY AND BARANGAY AS OBTAINED FROMTHE 1990 CENSUS OF POPULATION CONDUCTED BY THE NATIONALSTA TIST!CS OFFICE

    WHEREAS, Batas Pambansa Big. 72 approved on June 11, 1980 mandatedthe taking of an i tegrated census of population every ten (10) years beginning in theyear 1980;

    \,rVHEREAS. Dursuant thereto. a census of poplliation and Il0using wasconducted by the National Statistics. Office (NSO) in May 1990' under' the overallsupervision of the National Statistical Coordination Board (N5CB), the highest policy-.making body on st!itistical matter~;

    V.fHEREAS, under Section 8 of Batas Pambar-,saBig. 72 the final popUlation countas determined from the processed census returns'slla!! be considered ofiida! f.:>raHpurposes upon proc'amation by the President;

    . .. Vv'HEREAS, the population count for most areas has been established and

    finaiized. except for those witn circumstances unde,- which enumeration cannot beefficientiy carried out; ,

    ,NOV'.!, THEREFORE, I, CORAZQt.J G. AQUINO, President of the Philippines, byvirtue of the po.wers vested in me by law, do hereby prociaim the ,'ssults of the 1990Census of Popula~km; placing the ~oul! popu!at:on of ~he Plli1,ppinesas of May 1,1990 at60,684,887 as offi.:ial for all purp.;Jsesinc.ludingHle population of each province, city',municipality and bt

  • EXPLANATORY TEXT

    Introduction

    In May 1990, the National Statistics Office conducted the 1990 Census of Population.and Housing (CPH). This nationwide undertaking is the 9th population census and 3rdhousing census conducted in this century.

    Like the 1980 census, the 1990 CPH is designed to take an inventory of the totalpopulation and housing units in the Philippines and to collect information about theircharacteristics. The census of population. is the source of information on the size anddistribution of the population as well as information about the demographic, social, economicand cultural characteristics. The census of housing, on the other hand, provides informationon the supply of housing units, their structural characteristics and facilities which have bearingon the maintenance of privacy, health and the development of normal family livingconditions.These information are vital for making rational plans and programs for development.

    For purposes of this report, only the 1990 Census of Population results will bepresented. This is pursuant to the provision of Batas Pambansa Bilang 72 wherein a final countof the population at the barangay level must be submitted to the President of the Philippines,for proclamation, before the end of the census year.

    Authority for Conducting the 1990 Census

    Under Commonwealth Act No. 591, the Bureau of the Census and Statistics (nowNational Statistics Office) is authorized "to prepare for and undertake all censuses ofpopulation, agriculture, industry and commerce."

    Batas Pambansa BIg. 72, which was passed on June 11, 1980, further accorded theNational Statistics Office the authority to conduct population censuses every ten yearsbeginning 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 Economicand Development Authority.

    More recently, Executive Order No. 121, otherwise known as the Reorganization Actof the Philippine Statistical System, which was passed on January 30, 1987, declared that theNSO shall be the major statistical agency responsible for generating general purpose statisticsand for undertaking such censuses and surveys as may be designated by the National StatisticalCoordination Board (NSCB).

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  • It may be mentioned that Presidential Proclamation No. 497 declares 1990as a NationalCensus Year and calls upon all heads of departments of the government and itsinstrumentalities to give their .support and cooperation in the census undertaking.

    Census Boards

    Aside from the authority to conduct censuses every ten years, Batas Pambansa BIg.72created the National Census Coordinating Board (NCCB) to supervise, coordinate and issuesuch rules and regulations, as may be necessary, for the successful conduct of the census.Provincial, City and Municipal Census Boards were also created to a~sist at the subnationallevel in the conduct of the population census.

    Executive Order No. 121 has created the National Statistical Coordination Board(NSCB) to oversee all statistical activities in the Philippine Statistical Systems and thereforehas taken over the functions of the NCCB. However, the NSO remains to be the implementingagency of the Census.

    A systematized involvement of government agencies and instrumentalities was madepossible largely through the concerted efforts of the members of the National StatisticalCOordination Board (NSCB) and the Provincial, City and Municipal Census Boards.

    The NSCB is composed of the Director General of the National Economic andDevelopment Authotity as chairman, the undersecretary of the Department of Budget as vice-chairman, a representative from the remaining departments with the rank of undersecretary,Deputy Governor of the Central Bank, Administrator of NSO, Executive Director of theStatistical Research and Training Center, Secretary Geneml of the NSCB, and a representativefrom the private sector, as members. For purposes of the 1990 Census of Population andHousing, the Administrator of NSO is the Executive Director of NSCB.

    At the local government level, Provincial and City/Municipal Census Boards werecreated. The Provincial Governor was the chairman of the Provincial Census Board with theDivision Superintendent as vice chairman, the District Highway Engineer, the ProvincialCommander of the Philippine Constabulary, the Local Government Operations Officer, theProvincial Agricultural Officer, the Provincial Assessor, as members, with the Provincial CensusOfficer of the NSO as the Executive Officer.

    The City/Municipal Board is composed of the City/Municipal Mayor as chairman, theDistrict Supervisor, the City/Municipai Agricultural Officer, City/Municipal GovernmentOfficer, the Municipal Treasurer/City Assessor as members, with the City/Municipal CensusOfficer as Executive Officer.

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  • IPlace Where Enumerated

    The gathering of population and housing datawas,performed by census enumeratorsthrough house.ta-house visits and interview of the head of each household on population itemsand housing accommodation. Special areas were enumerated by requesting the respondentsto fill up a questionnaire following a set of printed instructipns. Special areas includeinstitutions such as hospitals, sanitaria, penitentiary, military camps, convents, seminaries, etc.,and exclusive villages/subdivisions.

    An persons were enumerated in their usual place of residence, which is the geographicplace where the enumerated person usually resides.

    Content and Coverage of this Publication

    In this publication, the population counts by province, city/municipality and barangayare given.

    Each report is published either by province, sub-province or highly urbanized city. Inaddition, reports for NCR are printed hy city and municipality. To facilitate access to thesereports, an alphanumeric code is provided for each report. This system will be used in theother reports on the 1990 CPH to be published for each provincial subdivision.

    Report No.2 (National Summary) contains four tables, two of which give the rank andannual intercensal growth rates between 1980 and 1990. The total population also includes thehomeless population and Filipino nationals working in Philippine embassies, consulates andmissions abroad.

    Definition of Terms and Concepts

    Barangay

    A barangay is the smallest political unit in the country and generally its enumeration isassigned to one enumerator. For enumeration purposes, a large barangay is usually split intoparts and each part is called an enumeration area.

    For purposes of the 1990 Census of Population and Housing, the official list of baran-gays of the Department ofl-Ocal Government, as of January 1, 1990'witli periodic updates, wasused as the basis.

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  • Enumeration Area

    An enumeration area (EA) is a delineated area assigned to one enumerator, usuallyconsisting of about 350 households. A barangay or part of a barangay may have beendesignated as an enumeration area.

    Usual Place of Residence

    This term refers to the geographic place (street, barangay, municipality or province)where the enumerated person usually resides. As a rule, it is the place where he sleeps mostof the time; hence, it may be the same as or different from the place where he was found atthe time of the census. •

    Household

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

    1. sleep in the same housing unit; and2. have a common arrangement for the preparation and consumption of food.

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

    Household helpers, boarders, and non-relatives are considered as members of thehousehold provided they sleep in the same housing unit and have common arrangement forthe preparation and consumption .of food and do not usually go home to their family at leastonce a week.

    A person who shares a housing unit with a household but separately cooks .hismeals orconsumes his food elsewhere is not considered a member of the household he shares thehousing unit with. That person is listed as a separate household.

    Estimated Population

    A barangay is' provided with an estimated population if a certain portion was notenumerated during the nationwide. operations due to critical peace and order conditions.

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  • Residents Temporarily Evacuated

    These are barangays where all or most residents temporarily evacuated at the time ofthe census. The movement of residents from the area may be due to worsening peace andorder conditions or natural calamity.

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    Disputed Barangay

    Disputed barangays refer to those areas which are being claimed by two or morebarangays, municipalities, cities or provinces.

    For purposes of this report, the population of a disputed barangay is included in the.count of the barangay, municipality, city or province where it was enumerated.

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  • Total Population, Household Population and Number of Householdsby City, Municipality and Rarangay: As of May 1, 1990

    City, Municipality andBarangay

    TotalPopulation

    HouseholdPopula1ion

    Number ofHouseholds

    QUEZON 1,372,381 1,369,645 265,743

    AGDANGAN 8,207 8,207 1,774Binagbag' 666 666 161Dayap 136 136 33Ibabang Kinagunan 702 702 144Ilayang Kinagunan 239 239 52Kanlurang Calulan 924 924 186Kanlurang Maligaya 133 133. 29Poblacionl 1,359 1,359 293Poblacion 2 1,755 1,755 387Salvacion 687 687 141Silangang Calulan 689 689 153Silangang Maligaya 382 382 83Sildora , 535 535 112

    ALARAT 11,785 11,782 2,504Angeles 712 712 145Bacong 357 357 66Balungay 489 489 105Barangay 1 (Pob.)' 811 811 167Barangay 2 (Pob.) 942 942 191Barangay 3 (Pob.) 1,495 1,495 326Barangay 4 (Pob,) 1,222 1,222 265Barangay 5 (Pob.) 804 SOl 192Buenavista 471 471 107Caglate 789 789 172Camagong 480 480 104Gordon 394 394 91Pambilan Norle 411 411 84Pambilan Sur 369 369 76Villa Esperanza 363 363 SOVilla Jesus Este 407 407 86Villa Jesus Oeste 221 221 47Villa Norte 630 630 115Villa Victoria 418 418 85

    AT1MONAN 46,651 46,643 9,832Augeles 1,185 1,185 237Balubad, 1,373 1,373 279Baluguhin' 270 270 58Barangay Zone 1 3,842 3,842 789Barangay Zone 2 3,243 3,235 723Barangay Zone 3 1,770 1,770 375Barangay Zone 4 3,154 3,154 696Buhangin' 870 870 185Caridad Ibab,; 2,757 2,757 545

  • 2Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households

    by City, Municipality and Barangay: As of May I,1990(Continued)

    City, Municipality and Total Household Number ofBarangay Population Population Households

    Caridad lIaya 944 944 198Habingan 203 203 36Inaclagan 3% 3% 81Inalig 1,024 1,024 205Kilait 488 488 114Kulawit 214 214 44Lakip 451 451 93Lubi 384 384 80Lumutan 690 690 147Magsaysay 536 536 108Malinao Ibaba 1,339 1,339 2nMalinao l1aya- 2,320 2,320 487Malusak 1,246 1,246 252Manggalayan Bundok 372 372 91Manggalayan Labak 621 621 141Matan-ag 241 241 68Montes Balaon 408 408 90Montes Kallagan- 265 265 66Ponon 1,215 1,215 257Rizal 1,242 1,242 245San Andres Bundok 546 546 120San Andres Labak 518 518 114San Isidro 1,482 1,482 319San Jose Balatok 75 75 18San Rafael. 1,332 1,332 269Santa Catalina 1,617 1,617 335Sapaan 976 976 216Sokol 347 347 75Tagbakin 3,880 3,880 775Talaba 800 800 168Tinandog 940 940 207Villa Ibaba 561 561 124Villa lIaya 514 514 125

    BUENAVlSTA 20,060 20,038 3,713Bagong Silang' 850 840 157Batabat Norte 420 420 87Batabat Sur 465 465 101Buenavista 323 323 61Bukal 1,231 1,231 221Bulo 487 487 97Cabong 578 578 115Cadlit 978 978 185Catulin 395 395 nCawa 543 543 101De La Paz 822 822 161Del Rosario 497 497 %Hagonghong / 1,168 1,168 197Ibabang Wasay ~ 481 4n 87

  • Total Population, Household Population and Number of Householdshy City, Municipality and Barangay: As of May I, 1990

    (Continued)

    Cityl Municipality andBilrangay

    I1ayang DupayI1ayang Iyam-I1ayang Talim 'Isabang -Market View -Mayao Castillo'Mayao CrossingMayaa Kanluran orMayao ParadaMayao SilanganRansohan-SalinasTalao-talao

    MACALELONAmontay'AnosBuyao'Calantas'Candangal-Castillo (Pob.)"Damayan (Pob.)Lahi~gLuktob,Mabini IbabaMabini I1aya /Malabahay'Mambog _Masipag (Pob.) /Olongtao IbabaOlongtao I1aya /Padre Herrera/Pag-asa (Pob.)"Pajarillo -Pinagbayanan-Rizal (Pob.) _Rodriquez (Pob.)San Isidro-San JoseSan Nicolas -San Vicente -TaguinTubigan IbabaTubigan I1aya -Vista-hermosa

    TotalPopulation

    5567,284992

    5,3766,9472,0093,6293,7402,4513,6681,1021,1461,734

    19,887640601253543431

    1,2111,024571933240295730557953

    1,147614591536661

    1,003663391635342902995842415275893

    HouseholdPopulation

    5567,284

    9925,2496,9472,0093,6293,7402,4513,6681,1021,1461,734

    19,794640601253543431

    1,2111,024571933240295730557953

    1,055614591536661

    1,003663390635342902995842415275893

    Number ofHouseholds

    U61,428212

    1,0471,389402692689449713187237324

    3,780133103499774

    2302041041804855

    13210717720610611410711919314083

    12064

    1731981598454

    167

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  • 16Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households

    by City, Municipality and Barangay: As of May I,1990(Continned)

    CitYt Municipality and Total Household Number ofBarangay I)opulation Popnlation Households

    MAVBAN 43,740 43,710 8,760Abo-abo. 202 202 37Alitap 452 452 92Baao""'" 242 242 53Bagong Bayan (Pob.) 3,750 3,750 772Balaybalay - 971 971 179Bato. 243 243 52Cagbalele f/ 2,188 2,188 441Cagbalete 11- 471 471 104Cagsiay I 1,396 1,396 266Cagsiay II" 1,901 1,901 407Cagsiay J1I- 2,165 2,165 380Conccpcion~ 595 595 135Daungan (Pob.)- 4,052 4,046 838Liwayway- 1,297 1,297 243Lual (Pob.) 1,546 1,538 307Lual (Rural)- 2,484 2,484 474Lucutan - 170 170 29Luya-Iuya- 324 324 67Mabato (Pob:) 1,676 1,676 363Macasin - 242 242 55Polo" 1,923 1,923 380Remedios f 492 492 103Remedios II' 332 332 71Ri7.aliana (Pob.)- 1,170 1,168 239Rosario. 798 798 156Sadsaran (Pob.) 3,503 3,503 710San Gabriel 258 258 48San Isidro 273 273 59San Jose 612 612 108San Lorenzo 3,081 3,067 595San Miguel 565 565 124San Rafael 333 333 65San Roque 59 59 ISSan Vicente- 228 228 50Santa Lucia- 602 602 113Santo Angel' 349 349 69Santo Nino" 477 477 101Sanlol- 180 180 37Soledad ~ 2,025 2,025 400Tapuean 113 113 23

    MVLANAY 38,606 38,596 7,008Ajos 1,359 1,359 226Amuguis' 527 527 101Anonang- 975 975 166Bagong Silang" 212 212 43Bagupaye 1,921 1,921 350Barangay 1 (Pob.)/ 1,305 1,297 237

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    Total Population, Household Population and Number or Householdsby City, Municipality and Barangay: As or May I, 1990

    (Continued)

    City, Municipality and Total Household Number orBarangay Population Population Households

    Barangay 2 (Pob.) 2,091 2,091 403Barangay 3 (Pob.) 1,000 1,000 190Barangay 4 (Pob.) 835 833 156Bolo 947 947 170Buenavista 1,202 1,202 217Burgos 1,360 1,360 245Butanyog 928 928 166Canuyop 1,736 1,736 324F. Manadiego 1,400 1,400 240Ibabang Cambuga' 2,837 2,837 540Ibabang Yuni- 1,462 1,462 270lIayang Cambuga (Mabini) 1,710 1,710 295lIayang Yuni- 2,547 2,547 459Lalangan- 878 878 160Magsaysay- 704 704 133Malataja- 1,123 1,123 200Pakiing- 3,024 3,024 552Patabog- 2,482 2,482 457Sagongon' 319 319 47San Isidro- 958 958 154San Pedro - 762 762 157Sanla Rosa' - 2,002 2,002 350

    PADRE BURGOS 15,219 15,219 3,113Basiao (Pob.) 462 462 91Burgos (Pob.) 783 783 153Cabuyao Norte / 479 479 102Cabuyao Sur' 651 651 143Campo (Pob.)' 798 798 149Danlagan 853 853 169Duhat 456 456 99Hinguiwiri 1,116 1,116 219Kinagunan Ibaba 1,130 1,130 239Kinagunan lIaya 255 255 61Lipala 459 459 93Marao 1,237 1,237 253Marquez 327 327 61Punta (Pob.) 301 301 65Rizal 571 571 104San Isidro . 860 860 182San Vicente - 680 680 151Sipa- 1,505 1,505 285Tulay Buhangin 519 519 112Villa Paz 188 188 45Walay 979 979 210Yawe 610 610 127

  • 18Total Population, Household Population and Number or Households

    by City, Municipality and Barangay: As or May I, 1990(Continued)

    City, Municipality and Total Household Number orBarangay Population Population Households

    PAGBlLAO 41,635 41,612' 8,598A1upaye 1,038 1,038 216Anato 294 294 52Antipolo- 117 117 22Bantigue- 1,242 1,242 292Baran gay 1 Castillo (PobT 1,896 1,894 400Barangay 2 Daungan (Pob.) 1,926 1,926 406Barangay 3 Del Carmen (Pob.)- 1,281 1,281 265Barangay 4 Parang (Pob.)- 2,459 2,459 483Barangay 5 Santa Catalina (Pob:) 1,549 1,546 348Barangay 6 Tambak (Pob) 2,025 2,025 452Bigo- 764 764 163Binahaan

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    3,037 3,037 579Bukal 2,633 2,633 542Ibabang Bagumbungan 166 166 33Ibabang Palsabangon 2,534 2,534 504Ibabang Polo ~ 3,602 3,602 706Ikirin- 1,479 1,479 305Ilayang Bagumbungan' 406 406 91Ilayang Palsabangon - 490 490 107Ilayang Polo- 1,259 1,259 263Kanluran Malicboy- 949 949 196Mapagong- 2,902 2,902 606Mayhay- 513 513 107Pinagbayanatl 1,830 1,830 381Silangan Malicboy- 3,437 3,429 721Talipan - 1,728 1,718 341Tukalan . 79 79 17

    PANUKULAN 9,815 9,81I I,77ABalungay- 569 569 104Bato (6)- 305 305 62Bonbon- 1,344 1,344 245Calasumanga - 1,208 1,208 206Kinalagti- 544 544 93Libo. 716 712 126Lipata. 679 679 119Matangcap- 774 774 143Milawid. 586 586 118Pagitan 698 698 127Pandan- 503 503 86Poblacion (San Juan) _ 1,889 1,889 345

    PATNANUNGAN 9,447 9,447 1,754Amaga_ 470 470 89Busdak 1,461 1,461 291Kilogan 1,608 1,608 290Luod 956 956 169~Patnanungan Norte 1,545 1,545 292

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  • Total Population, Household Population and Number of Householdsby City, Municipality and Barangay: As of May 1,1990

    (Continued)

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    City, Municipality andBarangay

    Patnanungan Sur (Pob.)

    PEREZMaabot-Mainit Norte ",.-Mainit Sur"Pambuhan -Pinagtubigan Este-Pinagtubigan Weste -Pob. Barangay 1 (Pagkakaisa)Pob. Barangay 2 (Mapagmahal) /Pob. Barangay 3 (Bagong Pag-asa) ~Pob. Barangay 4 (Bagong Silang) ----Rizal .-Sangirin •Villamanzano NorteVillamanzano Sur

    PITOGOAmontay'BigaBilucao -Cabulihan -Castillo (Pob.) -Cawayanin /CometaDalampasigan (Pob.)Dulong Bayan (Pob.)Gangahin'Ibabang BurgosIbabang Pacatin •Ibabang Pin.Ibabang Soliyao (4)'lIayang Burgos (4)Ilayang PaeatinlIayang PinalIayang SoliyaoMaaliw (Pob.)'Manggahan (Pob.)Masaya (Pob.)Mayubok (Pob.)Nag-cruzOsmena (4) _Pag-asa (Pob.)Pam iiihan (Pob.)'Payte (4)PinagbayananPoctol --:-Quezon

    TotalPopulation

    3,407

    8,609255829

    1,066693606592

    1,122450511

    1,211233468389184

    17,086810496596942508458204759

    1,44363246239819317943

    29720817361598656628040475

    581437130471779108

    HouseholdPopulation

    3,407

    8,605255829

    1,066693606592

    1,122450507

    1,211233468389184

    17,083810496596942508458204759

    1,44363246239819317943

    29720817361298656628040475

    581437130471779108

    Number ofHouseholds

    623

    1,705501682021341101182269710723148907945

    3,402159951121821069442143277129837838328

    594432114185118658814

    11592289715424

  • 20Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households

    by City, Municipality and Barangay: As of May I, 1990(Continued)

    City, Municipality and Total Household Number ofBarangay Population Population Households

    Quinagasan- 343 343 68RizalinO'- 341 341 71Saguinsinan - 242 242 50Sampaloe- 593 593 127San Roque - 119 119 26Sisirin - 411 411 84Sumag Esle- 383 383 75Sumag Norle "(4) 109 109 28Sumag Wesle ~ 312 312 66

    PLARIDEL 7,473 7,471 1,515Central (Pob) - 798 798 151Concepcion ' 1,242 1,242 261Dubat 612 612 117lIaya. 493 493 112lIosong - 828 828 180M. L. Tumagay- 694 694 149Paang Bundok (Pob.) - 1,047 1,045 198Pampaaralan (Pob) ~ 534 534 .108Tanauan 1,225 1,225 239

    POLILLO 23,183 23,167 4,396Anawan- 665 665 133Alulayan 836 836 161Balesin- 732 731 121Banadero- 849 849 149Binibitinan - 713 713 133Bislian~ 1,459 1,459 270Bucao 666 666 127Canicanian - 810 810 151Kalubakis- 602 602 118Languyin - 1,587 1,587 293Ubjo 791 791 157Pamaldan 624 624 135Pilion' 713 713 128Pinaglubayan .- 475 475 96Pob!acion - 5,179 5,173 1,005Sabang _ 1,330 1,330 254Salipsip - 500 500 101Sibu!an - 2,808 2,799 539Taluong - 1,342 1,342 238Tamu!aya _ 502 502 87

    QUEZON 11,345 11,325 2,301Apad • 235 235 55Argosino 315 315 63Barangay 1 (Pob.). 502 502 100Barangay 2 (Pob.) / 178 178 39Barangay 3 (Pob.) 365 365 84

  • I •• 21Total Population, Household Population and Number or Households

    by CIty, Munlclpallty and Barangay: As or May 1,1990(Continued)

    City, Munlclpallty and Total Housebold Number orBarangay Population Population Households

    Barangay 4 (Pob.) 594 594 114Barangay 5 (Pob.) 1,147 1,127 216Barangay 6 (Pob.) , 1,243 1,243 224Cagbalogo ' 557 557 106Caridad 513 513 105Cometa- 426 426 103Del Pilar- 389 389 75Guinhawa - 712 712 158Gumubat 296 296 54Magsino' 479 479 102Mascarina 721 721 154Montana- 263 263 60Sabang' 402 402 76Silangan' 418 418 91Tagkawa - 369 369 80Villa Belen - 387 387 76Villa Francia - 197 197 41Villa Gomez - 422 422 81Villa Mercedes - 215 215 44

    REAL 20,475 20,453 3,860Capalong - 1,147 1,147 220Cawayan - 1,019 1,019 183Kiloloran - 1,195 1,195 222L1avac (3) / 1,998 1,998 394Lubayat 699 699 136Malapad' 723 723 142Maragondon - 745 745 136Maunlad' 507 507 114Pandan - 1,133 1,133 214Poblacion 1 (Barangay 1) 3,929 3,929 745Poblacion 61 (Barangay 2) 2,065 2,065 371Tanauan 745 745 118Tignoan - 2,275 2,253 426Ungos 2,295 2,295 439

    SAMPALOC 11,132 11,042 2,324Alupar 449 449 94Apasan 23 23 6Banot 542 542 115Bataan - 251 251 51Bayongon' 774 774 156Bilucao 354 354 75Caldong 441 441 88Ibabang Owain 9 9 4lIayang Owain - 1,081 1,081 226Mamala 12 12 2San Buena / 183 183 39San Isidro (Pob.) ..- 2,639 2,638 544

    - .

  • 22Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households

    by City, Municipality and Barangay: As or May I, 1990(Continued)

    City, Municipality andBarangay

    San Roque (Pob.)Taquico

    SAN ANDRESAlibihabanCamflora .Mangero'Pansoy -PoblacionTalaTalisay

    SAN ANTONIOArawanBagong NiingBalat AlisBrionesBulihan'BuliranCallejon-Corazon'Del ValleLoobMagsaysayMatipunso -Niing.PoblacionPuloPurySampagaSampaguitaSan JoseSintorisan

    SAN FRANCISCO (AURORA)'Butangyad'CasayCawayan rCawayan II?Don Juan VerccIosHuyon-huyonIbabang Tayuman-liayang TayumanInabuan.Nasalaan'.PagsangahanPoblacionPugon -Silongin -

    TotalPopulation

    4,32351

    23,7161,0015,1513,3324,1453,1882,8494,050

    20,786886770597

    1,4121,1801,0071,4774787%934797

    1,176889

    1,7231,4561,262818880

    1,1941,054

    41,1422,482('.-'551,069l,On3,1783,8421,2652,2062,2552,6515,0854,2152,2492,279

    lIouseholdPopulation

    4,23451

    23,7121,0015,1513,3324,1453,1842,8494,050

    20,784886770597

    1,4121,1801,0071,477478796934797

    1,176889

    1,7211,4561,262818880

    1,1941,054

    41,1242,4826,5551,8691,0n3,1783,8421,2652,2062,2552,6515,0764,2062,2492,279

    Number orlIouseholds

    91410

    4,387184994608755578528740

    3,85217714610924723218626290162165147233187308268234147146220186

    7,936459

    1.2-'0389199606692229431432494%9890430466

  • 23Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households

    by City, Municipality and Bardngay: As of May 1, 1990(Continued)

    City, Municipality and Total Household Number of

    Barangay "opulation Population Households

    SAN NARCISO 33,025 33,009 6,369

    Abuyon- 3,495 3,495 675

    Andres BonifaciO' 345 345 66

    Bani"" 738 738 138

    Bayanihan (Pob.) 1,353 1,353 271

    Binay 1,%1 1,%1 359

    Buenavista 1,263 1,263 239

    Busok-busokan 1,357 1,357 243Calwit~ 1,064 1,064 203

    Guinhalinan 1,294 1,294 226Lakdayan 1,179 1,179 222

    Maguiting 1,368 1,368 260

    Maligaya (Pob.) 1,375 1,375 290

    Manlampong 923 923 174Pagdamayan (Pob.) ~ 1,031 1,018 209Pagkakaisa (Pob.) ./ 1,214 1,201 245

    Punta 1,593 1,593 299

    Rizal 597 597 113

    San Isidro 1,256 1,256 237

    San Juan 1,841 1,841 351

    San Vicente 1,409 1,409 256

    Vigo Central 2,071 2,071 416

    Villa Aurin (Pinagsama) 1,111 1,111 221Villa Reyes/ 1,209 1,209 262

    White Cliff 1,978 1,978 394

    SARIAYA 91,081 90,911 17,615

    Antipolo 1,266 1,266 249

    Barangay 1 (Pob.) 1,230 1,230 242

    Barangay 2 (Pob.) 1,926 1,922 384

    Barangay 3 (Pob.) 1,394 1,394 252

    Barangay 4 (Pob.-) 2,720 2,720 544

    Barangay 5 (Pob.) 1,673 1,673 323

    Barangay 6 (Pob.)' 1,176 1,176 241

    Bignay' 2,853 2,853 539Bignay 2~ 2,225 2,225 406Bolubal/ 2,490 2,490 491

    Bueal 2,031 2,031 418Canda- 2,002 2,002 388Cast an as:- 3,819 3,819 769Concepcion Banahaw 2,319 2,319 430Concepcion No. 1/ 2,757 2,757 553Concepcion Paiasan-- 4,(143 4,(143 770Concepcion Pinagbakura~ 1,950 1,950 376Gibang,j 1,455 1,455 311Guisguis (San Roque) 1,704 1,704 363Guisguis (Talon)- 2,186 2,171 408

    Janagdong 1/ 1,938 1,938 391

    Janagdong 2 1,748 1,748 344

  • 24 Total Population, Household Population and Number of Householdsby City, MunIcipality and Barangay: As of May I, 1990

    (Continued)

    City, Municipality and Total Household Number ofBarangay Population Population Households

    Limbonc 729 729 159Lulucan 1- 2,713 2,7fE 5fELulucan Bata r 1,516 1,516 291Lutucan Malabag , 2,538 2,538 474Mamala 1"- 1,445 1,432 312Mamala II' 2,6fE 2,605 487Mangalang-kiling - 1,695 1,695 333Manggalang 1-- 4,130 4,130 766Manggalang Tulo-tulo 2,084 2,068 398Manggalang-bantilan - 1,906 1,896 346Montecillo 2,183 2,183 391Morong/ 1,443 1,443 278Pili- 1,747 1,747 355Sampaloc 1 1,472 1,472 308Sampaloc 2./ 3,835 3,807 723Sampaloc Bogon

    .765 765 159

    Sampaloc Santo Cristo 4,405 4,360 813Talaan Aplaya ,.- 2,245 2,232 4fY}Talaan-pantoc 1,318 1,318 250Tumbaga 1- 2,217 2,199 435Tumbaga 2 - 1,181 1,181 227

    TAGKAWAYAN 40,221 40,172 7,589Aldavoc 1,494 1,494 282Aliji.- 1,077 1,077 200Bagong Silang- 597 597 111Bamban 1,203 1,203 227Bosigon', 180 180 36Bukal'- , 523 523 104Cabugwang ~ 540 540 90

    ICagascas -. 207 207 44Candalapd,p 512 512 93Casispa1arr 276 276 54Colong-colong ~ 430 430 76Del Rosario 4fY} 4fY} 75Kabibihan - 464 464 88Katimo _ 1,255 1,255 254Kinatakutan 2,263 2,263 425Landing, 819 819 156Laurel 821 821 148Magsaysay. 2,133 2,133 413Maguibway 287 287 54Mahinta 357 357 70Malbog 318 318 , 62Manato Central 232 232 44Manato Station-- 1,119 1,119 206

    IMangayao 435 435 79Mansilay . 648 648 134Mapulot • 2,m 2,m 505

  • I ,--~Total Population, Household Population and Number or Households

    by City, Municipality and Barangay: As or May I, 1990(Continued)

    City, Municipality and Total lIousehold Number orBarangay Population Population Households

    Munting Parang- 84S 84S 159

    Paya~a- 579 579 IIIPoblacion 3,898 3,883 759Rizal ~ 1,927 1,927 354-Saba,ng 818 818 148San Diego ~ 2537 2537 54San Francisco - 562 562 IIISan I~idro 721 721 127San R'oque-- 311 311 54San Vicente - 610 610 129Santa [ecitia -- 3,236 3,202 640Santa Monica - 581 581 108Santotirio 1-- 391 391 79SanlO Nino II - 331 331 62Sant~Tomas 794 794 142Signi an' 490 490 83

    Tabarnn' 1,467 1,467 252Tont n 6 6253 6253 120Victoria l 366 366 67

    TAYABAS 54,355 53,985 11,163Alitao 339 339 70Alsam Ibaba 298 298 59Alsam lIaya 251 251 55Alnpay 2532 2532 64Angeles Zone I- 2,123 2,123 433Angeles Zone n- 1,002 1,002 206Angeles Zone III ~ 2531 2531 60Angeles Zone IV. 1,484 1,484 324Angustias Zone I 668 668 152Angustias Zone II - 437 437 88Angustias Zone III 989 989 210Angustias Zone IV 1,586 1,586 312Anos 802 802 169Ayaas 144 144 253

    I Baguio 1,105 1,105 222Banilad 1253 1253 26Bukal !baba 263 260 63Bukalllaya 318 318 75Calantas 394 394 7JCamaysa 1,143 1,070 223Dapdap 1,165 1,165 235Domoit Kanluran 177 177 40Domoil Silangan- 112 112 22Gibanga 662 662 ISSIbas 435 435 100lIasan Ibaba 440 440 94lIasan lIaya 1,390 1,383 2533Ipilan 831 831 166

  • 26Total Populallon, Housebold Population and Number of Housebolds

    by City, Municipality and Barangay: As of May 1, 1990(Continued)

    City, Municipality and Total Housebold Number ofBarangay Population Population Households

    Isabang - 1,453 1,453 316Kalumpang 1,643 1,643 339Kaligan Kanluran/ 255 255 54Katigan Silangan / 373 373 78Lakawan 600 600 131Lalo 1,884 1,884 361Lawigue/ 1,471 1,471 301Lila" 1,987 1,987 410Malaon- 650 650 128Masin- 835 835 174Male- 359 359 80Maleuna~ 2,804 2,804 572Mayowe- 322 322 57Nangka Ibaba- 273 273 56Nangka Ilaya 596 363 84Opias- 2,076 2,076 399Palale lbaba - 2,671 2,660 554Palale Ilaya - 605 605 146Palale Kanluran - 1,041 1,036 222Palale Silangan ~ 1,738 1,738 362Pandakaki - 660 660 147Pook- 90 90 17Potol - 666 666 140San Diego Zone I - 746 746 142San Diego Zone II - 639 639 140San Diego Zone Jll - 419 419 80San Diego Zone IV - 468 • 468 106San Isidro Zooe I - 552 552 104San Isidro Zone II - 483 483 100San Isidro Zone JlJ - 1,331 1,331 248San Isidro Zone IV - 608 608 122San Roque Zone I - 392 386 87San Roque Zone II - 989 989 215Talolong - 129 129 26Tamlong - 149 149 27Tongko 610 610 125Valencia - 405 405 79Wakas - 2,134 2,102 429TJAONG 60,662 60,659 11,418Anaslacia (Tagbak) - 1,907 1,907 385Aquino , 315 315 57Ayusan I " 1,525 1,525 297Ayusan II - 865 865 155Barangay 1 (Pob.)

    ,-1,153 1,153 219

    Barangay 2 (Pob.) 1,171 1,171 211Barangay 3 (Pob.) - 1,230 1,228 241Barangay 4 (Pob.) ~ 880 880 158Bebia

    /' 1,120 1,120 235

  • Total Population, Household Population and Number of Householdsby City, Municipality and Barangay: As of May I, 1990

    (Continued)

    City, Municipality andBarangay

    Bukai ~Bula ~BulakinCabatang ~CabafDel RosariO'Lagalag~Lalig'Lumingo,nLusacanPaiisa-Palagaran-Quipot/ /'San AgustinSan Francisco"""""San Isidro ~San JoseSan JuanSan Pedro ~Tagbakin ~Talisay"'--Tamisian

    UNISANAlmacenBalagtasBaIanacan'Bonifacio'Bulo Ibaba'Bulo lIaya 'Bl\rgosCaigdal~F. qe Jesus PoblacionGeneral LunaKab!Jlihan Ibaba'Kabulihan lIaya-Kalilayan Ibaba 'Kalilayan lIaya -Mabini -Mairok Ibaba -M~rok lIaya -MalvarMaputat -Muliguin -Pagaguasan -Panaon'Ibaba -Panaon lIayaPlaridel-Poctol

    TotalPopulation

    2,0991,2642,6353,0872,4641,4022,8975,2072,3877,5783,0111,0462,1101,2771,0281,2871,4491,5641,2522,0992,590763

    19,851744469470404405715275681

    1,878169318485

    1,094817245140171498600983211692

    1,246247

    1,230

    HouseholdPopulation

    2,0991,2642,6353,0872,4641,4022,8975,2072,3877,5773,0111,0462,1101,2771,0281,2871,4491,5641,2522,0992,590763

    19,761744469470404405715275681

    1,878169318485

    1,088817245140171498600983211690

    1,177247

    1,230

    Number ofHousebolds

    378231475580448262531927438

    1,485578206381244215224283300243388490153

    4,0491559394828514460131409376895205180472631961182084214622961

    254

    27

  • 28 Total Population, Household Population and Numher of Householdsby City, Municipality and Barangay: As ef May 1, 1990

    (Continued)

    City, Municipality and Total Household Number ofBarangay Population Population Households

    Punta'- 450 450 84R. Lapu-Iapu Poblacion- 608 608 129R. Magsaysay Poblacion- 645 640 136Raja Soliman Poblacion 692 684 146Riza1 Ibaba 153 153 35Rizaillaya 256 256 49San Roque- 207 207 50Socorro_ 272 272 56Tagumpay 241 241 41Tubas - 475 475 96Tubigan 665 665 131

    (1) Estimated population(2) Residents temporarily evacuated(3) Disputed barangay - claimed by Municipality Real, Quezon and

    Municipality Siniloan, Laguna(4) Some of the former residents migrated to other barangays due

    to peace and order situation(5) Residents of Gen. Luna from Bonifacio SI. down to Nova Boulevard

    were enumerated under Barangay San Diego(6) Some of the former residents migrated to other places due to the

    transfer of logging companies to other municipalities

  • 3Total Population, Household Population and Number or Households

    hy City, Municipality and Barangay: As or May 1, 1990(Continued)

    City, Municipality and Total Household Number or

    Barangay Population Population Households

    lIayang Wasay 481 481 78

    Lilukin 628 628 106

    Mabini 'lJJ7 'lJJ7 39

    Mabutag 514 514 83

    Magallanes 284 284 61

    Maligaya (Esperanza) 416 416 73

    Manlana. 437 437 84

    Masaya 292 292 50

    Poblacion . 1,375 1,367 266

    Rizal. 230 230 39

    Sabang Pinamasagan 209 209 37

    Sabang Pir;s 684 684 132

    San Diego' 500 500 80

    San Isidro Ibaba - 491 491 98San Isidro lIBya 363 363 72

    San Pablo- 349 349 68

    San Pedro (Villa Rodrigo) - 335 335 71

    San Vicente 841 841 145

    Siain 267 267 46

    Villa Aurora 587 587 97

    Villa Bataba! 494 494 88Villa Magsaysay- 556 556 108

    Villa Veronica 282 282 49

    BURDEOS 17,983 17,960 3,357Aluyon 2,443 2,440 435

    ,

    Arnot 610 610 109Anibawan 1,591 1,591 288

    Bonifacio 584 584 III

    Cabugao 954 954 186Cabungalunan 900 900 168

    Calulcol 1,245 1,245 259

    Caniwan 570 570 107Carlagan 1,4% 1,4% 261

    Mabini 870 870 159

    IPalasan 938 938 186Poblacion 3,080 3,060 614Rizal 1,433 1,433 239San Rarael 1,269 1,269 235

    ~ "CALAUAG 64,856 64,736 12,150Agoho 92 92 20Anahawan 283 283 54Anas. 562 562 103

    Apad Lutao, 722 722 133

    Apad Quezon 383 383 70Apad Taisan 170 170 36

    Alulayan 923 923 163

    Baclaran 1,069 1,069 201

  • Total Population, lIousehold Population and Number of Householdsh)' Cily, Municipality and Barnngay: As of May I, 1990

    (Continued)

    ,

    City, Municipality andBarangay

    Bagong Silang'Balibago'Bangkuruhan 'BantolinaoBarangay I (Pob.) /Barangay II (Pob.yBarangay III (Pob.)'Barangay IV (Pob.)-Barangay V (Pob.)BigaanBinutasBiyan,BukalBuli'DapdapDominlogDon Tomas'Dona Aurora ~GuinosayanGuitolIpil'Kabuluan-KagtalabaKalibo (Santa Cruz)Kapaluhan /Katangtang -Kigtan (4) -Kinalin Ibaba -Kinalin lIaya-Kinamaligan'KumaludkudKunalumKuyadyad -LagayLainglaingan-LungibMabiniMadlangdunganMaglipad (Rosario)Maligaya'Mambaling'Manhulugin -Marilag (Punaya)MaulawinMulayPandananPansol-Patag IbabaPalag lIaya -

    TotalPopulation

    405241587391884

    1,002732644

    1,397325587

    1,001624558

    1,016362

    1,644903309352456

    1,5841,070210602426131470137585301391423826354330335684296386588227495

    1,7005544164376%481

    HouseholdPopulalion

    405241587391884

    1,002727644

    1,397325587

    1,001624558

    1,016362

    1,644903309352456

    1,5841,0702106024261314701375853013914238263543303356842%386588227495

    1,7005544164376%481

    Number ofHouseholds

    83459276

    187193141130290

    6410917410095

    1%84

    305174587387

    30417942

    11078289524

    112607374

    154646066

    1234978

    11237

    100302100798413192

  • --INFANTA 35,564 35,298 6,690Abiawin ~ 851 851 167Agos-agos- 448 448 84Alitas' 692 692 131Amolongin 440 440 86Anibong 650 650 123Antikin 572 572 112Bacong 487 487 94Balobo 366 366 71Bantilan 1,604 1,604 288Banngao 1,586 1,586 274Batican- 420 420 77Binonoan- 1,061 1,061 193Binulasan 1,273 1,273 235Baboin 847 847 165Comoo- 1,464 1,444 278Dinahican 2,504 2,504 513Gumian 2,208 2,120 375IIog 1,319 1,319 2231ngas 789 789 155Katambungan 684 684 132Kawayanin'. 335 335 67Langgas 702 702 132Libjo 1,271 1,271 256Lnal. 674 674 116Magsaysay- 1,879 1,879 362Maypnlot- 470 470 84Misua 1,145 1,145 222Pilaway 1,000 880 153Pinaglapatan- 625 625 119Poblacion 1 (Barangay 1)_ 913 913 187Poblacion 2 (Barangay 2) 1,323 1,293 266Poblac;on 3 (Barangay 3) 2,188 2,188 420Pulo 464 464 84Silangan- 628 628 118Tonguhin- 1,430 1,422 279Tudluran - 252 252 49

    JOI\IALJG 4,542 4,542 795Bukal 1,552 1,552 252Casuguran 1,039 1,039 182Ganga, 526 526 92Talisoy (Pob.) 1,425 1,425 269

    LOPEZ 66,010 65,964 12,407Bacungan 343 343 68Bagacay 395 395 77Banabahin lbaba 349 349 71Banabahin IIaya 282 282 56

    HouseholdPopulation

    TotalPopulation

    \ . ; ~.'.~?Io' 1,.,., 11

    Total Population, Household Population and Number or Households t') DV \jUU",fl/ \by City, Mnnicipality and 8ardng-dY: As or May I, 1990 . ~ ')

    (Continued) - I « ~ ,. iI '"l'a~ ..•lj

    Number or ).!}oJls~h?lrSp./

    City, Municipality andBarangay

  • 12Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households

    by City, Municipality and Barangay: As of May I, 1990(Continued)

    City, Municipality andBarangay

    BayabasBibilo-Bigajo-Binahian ABinahian B-Binahian C-BocbocBuenavislaBurgos (Pob.j-BuyacaninCagacagCalanlipayan-Cauda IbabaCanda HayaCawayanCawayaninCogorin Ibaba-Cogorin Haya-ConcepcionDanlaganDc La PazDel PilarDel RosarioEsperanza IbabaEsperanza HayaGomez (PobYGuihay-GuinuanganGuiles'Hayupag-Hondagu;CHayang Hog P;-Hayang Hog B -Inalusan-JongoLalaguna'-LourdesMabanbanMabiniMagallanes -Magsaysay (Pob.)MaguilayanMahayod-hayod-Malay /Mandoog-Manguisan-Malinik-Monte Claro-Pamampangin .-

    TotalPopulation

    3111,141472293406339

    1,025276

    2,395178570

    1,102815%3485600319465337

    1,607194712476204246

    3,311950153414423

    3,820206248632862

    1,636265294345983

    2,897365178581225919744154400

    HouseholdPopulation

    3111,111472293406339

    1,025276

    2,395178570

    1,102815%3485600319465337

    1,607194712476204246

    3,311949153414423

    3,820206248632862

    1,636265294345983

    2,897365178581225919744154400

    Number ofHouseholds

    6222484568059

    18057462401141931551671031096691.5533035130933949

    61317335728174541491341462955059611815407033108341731362486

  • 13Total Population, lIousebold Popnlation and Number or lIousebolds

    by City, Municipality and Barangay: As or May I, 1990(Continued)

    City, Municipality and Total lIousebold Number orBarangay Population Population lIousebolds

    Pansol 1,440 1,440 224Penafrancia- 335 335 62Pisipir 529 529 90Riza. 289 289 55Rizal (Pob.)- 3,078 3,078 557Roma- 114 114 25Rosario - 713 713 135Samal- 208 208 46San Andres- 578 578 . 103San Antonio 177 177 32San Francisco A- 338 338 66San Francisco B- 1,559 1,559 292San Isidro- 261 261 45San Jose 186 186 36San Miguel (Dao) 1,048 1,048 182San Pedro 208 208 39San Rarael 425 425 71San Roque 527 527 97Santa Catalina- 574 574 108Santa Elena 468 468 80Santa Jacobe 259 259 50Santa Lucia- 225 225 45Santa Maria- 465 465 94Santa Rosa- 374 374 75Santo Nino Ibaba 552 552 110Santo Nino I1aya- 860 860 181Silang- 457 457 82Sugod- 792 792 153Sumalang- 335 335 65Talolong (Pob:) 4,216 4,201 833Tanag Ibaba - 472 472 92Tanag I1aya- 196 196 42Tocalin- 299 299 55Vegal10r 265 265 52Vergania- 487 487 95Veronica-- 983 983 174Villa Aurora - 549 549 98Villa Espina - 565 565 104Villa Hermosa ~ 1,063 1,063 187Villagcda - 913 913 170Villamonte ~ 180 180 33Villanacaob ~ 143 143 28

    LUCBAN 30,130 30,114 6,177Abang- 318 318 66Aliliw - 180 180 37Alulinao ,- 475 475 90Ayuti 1,727 1,727 335Barangay 1 (Pob.) 1,992 1,992 403

  • 7Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households

    by City, Municipality and Barangay: As of May 1, 1990(Continued)

    City. Municipality and , I Total Household Number ofBarangay Population Population HouseholdsSan Roque (Doyon) 2,441 2,441 440San Vicente Kanluran- 1,311 1,311 236San Vicente Silangan - 709 709 126Santa Maria (Dao)- 779 779 145Tagabas Ibaba- 1,283 1,283 242Tagabas lIaya- 479 479 87Tagbacan Ibaba- 1,436 1,436 253Tagbacan lIaya - 1,425 1,425 247Tagbacan Silangan- 915 915 159Tuhian - 2,177 2,177 373

    DOLORES 18,146 18,001 3,401Antonino (Ayusan)- 667 667 117Bagong Anyo (Pob_)- 712 712 143Bayanihan (Pob_) 267 267 58BuIakin 3,078 3,054 557Bungoy ~ 2,303 2,303 445Cabatang 381 381 70Dagatan 1,8% 1,896 356Kinabuhayan - 793 769 152MaIigaya (Pob.)- 489 489 90Mangahan 1,045 1,045 200Pinagdanlayan _ 2,037 2,037 390 .Puto! 711 711 135San Mateo- 973 973 177Santa Lucia - 2,092 1,995 377Silanganan (Pob.) 702 702 134

    GENERAL LUNA 17,997 17,979 3,478Bacong Ibaba 1,266 1,266 232Bacong lIay" 1,305 1,305 222Barangay 1 (Pob_) 298 298 62Barangay 2 (Pob.) 352 352 65Barangay 3 (Pob.) 386 386 80Barangay 4 (Pob.) 294 290 49Barangay 5 (Pob.) 231 231 47Barangay 6 (Pob.) 351 351 71Barangay 7 (Pob.) 604 590 115Barangay 8 (Pob.) 877 877 179Barangay 9 (Pob.) 230 230 46Lavides' 456 456 95Magsaysay 380 380 69Malaya 885 885 176Nieva 1,050 1,050 206Reclo- 458 458 80San Ignacio Ibaba 645 645 139San Ignacio lIaya- 324 324 64San Isidro Ibaba- 844 844 161San Isidro lIaya - 2,151 2,151 423

  • 8Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households

    by City, Municipality and Baranga)': As of May 1, 1990(Continued)

    City, Municipality and Total Household Number ofBarangay Population Population Jlouseholds

    San Jose>- 1,398 1,398 268San Nicolas 814 814 160San Vicente 643 643 133Santa Maria 1baba- 333 333 63Santa Maria lIaya- 213 213 46Sumilang- 710 710 127Villarica - 499 499 100

    GENERAL NAKAR 18,323 18,310 3,384Anoling. 1,279 1,272 245Banglos 714 714 125Batangan 701 701 119Catablingan 1,297 1,297 234Kanaway 1,508 1,508 277Lumutan 500 500 112Magsikap 1,343 1,343 240Mahabang Lalim 799 799 127Maigang' 393 393 69Maligaya. 1,312 1,312 246Minahan Sur- 696 696 127Minahan Norte 277 277 50Pagsangahan 1,574 1,568 313Pam pion a' 807 807 155Pisa 582 582 98Poblacion 761 761 150Sablang- 856 856 154San Marcelino 773 773 138Umiray 2,151 2,151 405

    GUINAYANGAN 32,829 32,824 6,400A.Mabini/ 600 600 113Aloneros 1,329 1,329 271Arbismen . 775 775 144Bagong Silang 383 383 71Balinarin 338 338 65Bukal Maligaya- 178 178 36Cahibihan 284 ~S.J 57Cahong Norte- 7.\3 7.,'; 143Cabong S'ur 270 270 50Calimpac 3,649 3,(,~1) 714Capuluan Central 1,141 1,141 225Capuluan Tulon~ 85G 856 164Dallcalan Cairnawan- 909 9119 169Dancalan Central - 551 551 102Danlagan Batis~ 247 247 55Danlagan Cabayao - 121 121 23Danlagan Central - 404 404 75Danlagan Reserva 324 324 58Dd Rosario - 140 140 28

  • Total Population, Household Population and Number of Households9

    by City, Municipality and 8ar,mgay: As of May t, 1990(Continued)

    City, Municipality and Total lIousehold Number ofBarangay Population Population lIouseholds

    Dungawan Central' 448 448 84Dungawan Paalyunan 620 620 127Dungawan Pantay 311 311 65Ermita 337 337 64Gapas 623 623 130Himbubulo Este 302 302 58Himbubulo Weste

    , 421 421 89Hinabaan 333 333 63Ligpit-bantayan 1,046 1,046 193Lubigan 463 463 88Magallanes 211 211 39Magsaysay 246 246 49Manggagawa 1,532 1,532 309Manggalang 315 315 60Manlayo 1,859 1,859 344Poblaeion 2,471 2,466 491Salakan 828 828 154San Antonio 270 270 48San Isidro 683 683 136San Jose 157 157 37San Lorenzo - . 277 277 49San Luis I 334 334 77San Luis Il- 509 509 114San Miguel 167 167 30San Pedro 1 411 411 79San Pedro II 168 168 34San Roque 381 381 72Santa Cruz 613 613 127Santa Maria 414 414 76Santa Teresita 338 338 69Sintones . 497 497 103Sisi- 965 965 174Tikay 207 207 46Triumpo 327 327 62Villa Hiwasayan 513 513 97

    GUMACA 48,195 48,079 9,526Adia Bitaog-' 195 195 45Anonangin- 446 446 100Bagong Buhay (Pob;) 1,046 1,046 208Bamban' 1,069 1,069 195Bantad < 646 646 153Batong-dalig 132 132 38Biga- 748 748 160Binambang 444 444 84Buensuceso - 4,095 4,095 808Bungahan - 262 262 55Butaguin - 210 210 51Calumangin - 1,355 1,33~ 258

  • Total Population, Household Population and Number of lIouseholdshy City, Municipality and Barangay: As of May I, 1990

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    City, Municipality andBarangay

    CamohaguinCasasahan IbabCasasahan I1aya -CawayanGayagayaan'Gitnang Barrio-Hagakhakin -HardinanInaclagan_Inagbuhan I1aya_LabnigLaguna-Mabini (Pob.)-Mabunga-Malabtog (4rManlayaan-Marcelo H. Del PilarMataas Na Bundok-Maunlad (Pob.)_PagsabanganPanikihanPenafrancia (Pob.)Pipisik (Pob.) (5)-ProgresoRizal (Pob.)RosarioSan Agustin-San DiegoSan Diego (Pob.)San Isidro Kanluran -San Isidro Silangan-San Juan De Jesus-San VicenteSaslre-Tabing Dagat (Pob,)TumayanVilla Arcaya-Villa BOla-Villa FuerteVilla M. Principe-Villa Mendoza.Villa NavaVilla PaduaVilla Perez-Villa TanadaVilla Victoria -

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    TotalPopulation

    2,807465161193384528948106

    1,01684

    417173

    1,622375207228170241728501

    1,465901829

    2,2891,1683,793

    59438

    1,288194127103

    2,275397

    2,43284

    1,1231,61661638063

    2,2491,295572164273

    HouseholdPopulation

    2,807465161193384528948106

    1,01684

    417173

    1,622375207228170241728501

    1,465901829

    2,2891,1683,793

    59438

    1,275194127103

    2,274397

    2,43284

    1,1231,61661630163

    2,2491,295572164273

    Number oflIouseholds

    5619642418499

    17517

    206188628

    3107842543549

    16197

    2771751764182377441691

    259432821

    43167

    47217

    2143191176713

    4382411233157

  • Total Population, Household Population and Number or Households 5hy City, Municipality and Barangay: As or May I, 1990

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    City, Municipality and Total Household Number orBarangay Population Population lIouseholds

    Patihan: 252 252 48Pinagbayanan 1,383 1,383 284Pinagkamaligan - 1,411 1,411 266Pinagsakahan' 708 708 138PinagtalJeran - 1,695 1,695 335Plaridel 1,313 1,313 249Rizallbaba - 462 462 85Rizal I1aya 324 232 49Sabang No: 1" 1,745 1,745 319'SabangNo. 2 2,166 2,166 422SaIvaciOlf 260 260 47San Quintin- 402 402 75San Roque Ibaba 378 378 70San Roque I1aya 393 393 75Santa Cecilia 299 299 52Santa Maria- 5,083 5,083 933Santa MiJagrosa- 709 709 131Santa Rosa- 505 505 86Santo Angel (Pangahoy) 1,192 1,192 220Santo Domingo 837 837 144Sinag 386 386 70Sumilang 1,154 1,154 213Sumulong 7(fJ 747 138Tabansak 636 636 123Tabugon- 1,234 1,224 235Talingting 773 773 148Tamis- 651 651 126Tikiwan- 64 64 11Tiniguiban - 1,009 1,0m 198Villa Magsino' 470 470 81Villa San IsidrO 837 837 146Vinas - 846 846 141Yaganak 7(fJ 7(fJ 146

    CANDELARIA 69,969 69,920 13,230Buenavista East 1,549 1,549 279Buenavista West 1,694 1,694 310BukaI Norte 1,388 1,388 261BukaI Sur 3,568 3,568 690Kinatihan I ' 1,443 1,443 277Kinatihan II' 1,400 1,400 250Malabanban Norte 7,348 7,348 1,406Malabanban Sur 4,304 4,304 850Mangilag Norte 1,186 1,186 206Mangilag Sur 3,143 3,143 (fJ5Masalukot I' 2,768 2,748 518MasaIukot II 1,776 1,776 333MasalukotlIl' 1,081 1,081 222Masalukot IV 479 479 89

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