DEMOGRAPHY

The People

Gingoog is inhabited by people of different racial aggrupations. The original inhabitants, called Higaonons, were a branch of the Manobo tribe, spread throughout Misamis Oriental, Agusan del Norte and Sur, Bukidnon, and some parts of Iligan. As of the year 2000, their number is 15,356 distributed in the 14 hinterland barangays in Gingoog. Higaonons, also known as Banwaons in Agusan has inter-marriages with several Manobo tribes from the neighboring provinces of Davao, resulting in some marked differences in appearance even among their territorial grouping. Generally, the Higaonons have fewer numbers than the Dumagats or lowlanders. Most of them were now concentrated in the areas of Kalipay, Eureka, Sio-an and in the neighboring municipalities of Nasipit, Esperanza and Carmen in the Agusan provinces.

A great majority of the population are Visayan speaking people from Cebu, Negros, Dumaguete, Bohol, and nearby Camiguin. Cebuanos composed the great majority while the remaining racial and language grouping is divided among Tagalogs, Ilocanos, Bicolanos from Luzon and Muslim Maranaos from the Lanao provinces which makes Gingoog truly a melting pot of people, religion and races.

On the religious arena, majority are members of the Roman Catholic Church while the rest are members of different religious group like the United Church of Christ in the Philippines, Iglesia ni Kristo, Seventh Day Adventists, small evangelical churches (Pentecostals, Baptists, etc.) and followers of Islam.

 

1.  Historical Growth of Population

Gingoog City’s statistical records on population show that at the time of the first post war census taken in 1948, Gingoog’s population is only 30,699. Twelve years after, when Gingoog became a chartered city in 1960, the population increased to 52,677 and by 1980, the population has grown to 79,397, doubling in just over three decades.  In 1990, the population is 82,852, at the turn of the century it is recorded at 102,379 and seven years after, at 112,247. The 2010 census result for the city is 117,908 which is the biggest proportion (14.48%) of the total population of the 24 municipalities and one city comprising the Province of Misamis Oriental and 2.74% of the total population of Northern Mindanao.

It is noted that in 1975 the increase is only 1,055 or 1.6% from the 1970 population of 65,522 and five years after in 1980, the increase is 19% at 79,397. During the martial law years, the city’s peace and order situation is volatile especially in the hinterland barangays, and most probably the census enumerators had not reached these barangays, hence, the low population count. There is also a remarkable increase in 2000 at 16.96% from 1995’s 87,530 population that could be ascribed to a number of in-migration considering that the city’s economic development is starting to step up. By 2007, the increase is at 9.6% while it is only at 5% by 2010 with a growth rate of 1.38% and 1.68%, respectively.

Historical Growth of Population, 1903-2010

Census Year

Actual Census Count

Annual Average Growth Rate (%)

Increase/Decrease

1903

2,876

-

-

1918

5,391

4.28

2,515

1939

16,746

5.54

11,355

1948

30,699

6.96

13,953

1960

52,677

4.60

21,978

1970

65,522

2.21

12,845

1975

66,577

0.32

1,055

1980

79,397

3.72

12,820

1990

82,852

0.32

3,455

1995

87,530

1.17

4,678

2000

102,379

3.41

14,849

2007

112,247

1.38

9,868

2010

117,908

1.68

5,661

Source: National Statistics Office, Region X

Urban – Urbanizing – Rural Population

The City used to have 71 barangays only. By virtue of SP Res. No. 270 & SP Code Ordinance Series of 1986, eight more barangays were created with three barangays divided into two, namely: Barangays 18, 22 & 24.  Of the total 79 barangays 29 are in the Urban Center and 50 are in the Rural Area. In the rural area, 11 are identified as Urbanizing barangays most of which are in the coastal part of the city that makes the rural barangays become 39 only.   In the August 1, 2007 synchronized national census of population according to census figures, 38,998 or 33.92 Gingoognons lived in the rural barangays while the other 35,072 (29.75) percent lived in the urbanizing barangays and 42, 838 or 36.33 percent lived in the urban barangays.

2.   Population by Barangay

Gingoog as a whole is relatively under populated in the last 20 years.  Furthermore, Gingoog’s population is distributed unevenly among its 79 barangays.  About 35% of the people live in urban areas.  Barangay 18-A in the Urban Center is by far the largest in population with 6,283 which is about 13% of the total urban population closely followed by barangay 19 – 4,263 and Barangay 24 with 3,212.

In the urbanizing areas, Barangay Lunao, a coastal barangay in the western side of the city registered the largest figures of 7,201 which is equivalent to 8.51% of the total urbanizing population and 5.57% of the city’s population.  Most of Gingoog’s largest barangays in the urbanizing area also registered a large population: San Luis, 4,168, Odiongan 3,168, and Anakan with 3,428, and Agay-ayan with 3,399. While Barangay Kalipay with 3,126 is the largest in population in the rural area. (Table VII).

Table VII

Population by Barangay

Urban

Barangay

Population

Urbanizing Barangay

Population

Rural Barangay

Population

1 255 Agay-ayan 3,441 Alagatan 425
2 322 Anakan 3,498 Bagubad 621
3 95 Daan-Lungsod 1,570 Bakidbakid 443
4 223 Lunao 6,254 Bal-ason 2,774
5 221 Odiongan 3,825 Bantaawan 485
6 324 Pangasihan 1,734 Binakalan 640
7 251 Punong 980 Capitulangan 337
8 348 San Juan 3,094 Dinawehan 628
9 376 San Luis 4,168 Eureka 2,245
10 77 Santiago 2,742 Hindangon 1,083
11 272 Talisay 2,842 Kalagonoy 636
12 237 Kalipay 3,238
13 718 Kamanikan 1,374
14 352 Kianlagan 631
15 99 Kibuging 418
16 1,033 Kipuntos 483
17 2,307 Lawaan 850
18 2,072 Lawit 607
18-A 6,283 Libertad 975
19 4,263 Libon 578
20 2,880 Lunotan 1,295
21 341 Malibud 967
22 500 Malinao 3,157
22-A 1,718 Maribucao 577
23 3,034 Mimbalagon 597
24 3,149 Mimbunga 1,518
24A 3,287 Mimbuntong 650
25 3,543 Minsapinit 1,378
26 4,258 Murallon 1,206
Pigsaluhan 1,156
Ricoro 500
Samay 690
San Jose 705
San Miguel 781
Sangalan 1,516
Tagpako 1,743
Talon 1,072
Tinabalan 678
Tinulongan 341
42,838         34,148 39,998

TOTAL

116,984

Source: National Statistics Office, Region X

TOTAL NUMBER OF POPULATION, HOUSEHOLDS AND HOUSEHOLD SIZE FROM 2010 TO 2020

Barangay

YEAR 2010

YEAR 2011

YEAR 2012

YEAR 2013

YEAR 2014

YEAR 2015

YEAR 2020

No. of Population

No. of House holds

House    Hold      Size

No. of Population

No. of House holds

House    Hold      Size

No. of Population

No. of House holds

House    Hold      Size

No. of Population

No. of House holds

House    Hold      Size

No. of Population

No. of House holds

House    Hold      Size

No. of Population

No. of House holds

House    Hold      Size

No. of Population

No. of House holds

House    Hold      Size

Barangay 1

255

51

5

290

58

5

283

73

5

269

72

5

273

55

5

277

55

5

301

60

5

Barangay 2

322

64

5

333

67

5

328

73

5

328

74

5

344

69

5

350

70

5

380

76

5

Barangay 3

95

24

4

138

35

4

138

30

4

136

30

4

102

26

4

103

26

4

112

28

4

Barangay 4

223

45

5

311

62

5

337

55

5

334

47

5

238

48

5

242

48

5

263

53

5

Barangay 5

221

44

5

380

76

5

393

65

5

395

65

5

236

47

5

240

48

5

261

52

5

Barangay 6

324

65

5

355

71

5

361

58

5

366

56

5

346

69

5

352

70

5

383

77

5

Barangay 7

251

50

5

343

69

5

345

112

5

344

112

5

268

54

5

273

55

5

297

59

5

Barangay 8

348

70

5

359

72

5

370

69

5

391

79

5

372

74

5

378

76

5

411

82

5

Barangay 9

376

75

5

395

79

5

398

94

5

366

97

5

402

80

5

409

82

5

444

89

5

Barangay 10

77

13

6

177

30

6

186

40

6

200

47

6

82

14

6

84

14

6

91

15

6

Barangay 11

272

68

4

358

90

4

365

75

4

384

43

4

291

73

4

296

74

4

321

80

4

Barangay 12

237

59

4

366

92

4

374

72

4

394

55

4

253

63

4

258

65

4

280

70

4

Barangay 13

718

144

5

778

156

5

726

150

5

721

150

5

767

153

5

780

156

5

848

170

5

Barangay 14

352

70

5

441

88

5

425

84

5

360

65

5

376

75

5

383

77

5

416

83

5

Barangay 15

99

20

5

131

26

5

140

28

5

124

28

5

106

21

5

108

22

5

117

23

5

Barangay 16

1,033

207

5

1,068

214

5

1,101

301

5

1,111

216

5

1,104

221

5

1,123

225

5

1,220

244

5

Barangay 17

2,307

461

5

2,532

506

5

2,554

541

5

2,581

408

5

2,466

493

5

2,507

501

5

2,725

545

5

Barangay 18

2,072

345

6

1,370

228

6

1,387

294

6

1,338

216

6

2,215

369

6

2,252

375

6

2,448

408

6

Barangay 18-A

6,283

1,257

5

5,061

1,012

5

5,220

1,073

5

5,321

1,073

5

6,716

1343

5

6,829

1366

5

7,422

1,484

5

Barangay 19

4,263

853

5

5,967

1,193

5

6,205

1,523

5

6,273

1,500

5

4,557

911

5

4,633

927

5

5,036

1,007

5

Barangay 20

2,880

576

5

2,670

534

5

2,796

305

5

2,826

571

5

3,078

616

5

3,130

626

5

3,402

680

5

Barangay 21

341

38

9

315

35

9

291

52

9

241

46

9

364

40

9

371

41

9

403

45

9

Barangay 22

500

100

5

1,115

223

5

1,112

162

5

1,109

162

5

534

107

5

543

109

5

591

118

5

Barangay 22-A

1,718

430

4

1,693

423

4

1,702

310

4

1,707

310

4

1,836

459

4

1,867

467

4

2,029

507

4

Barangay 23

3,034

607

5

3,015

603

5

3,087

617

5

3,323

720

5

3,243

649

5

3,298

660

5

3,584

717

5

Barangay 24

3,149

630

5

3,722

744

5

3,888

773

5

4,141

651

5

3,366

673

5

3,423

685

5

3,720

744

5

Barangay 24-A

3,287

657

5

4,088

818

5

4,082

881

5

4,091

784

5

3,514

703

5

3,573

715

5

3,883

777

5

Barangay 25

3,543

709

5

4,209

842

5

4,266

961

5

4,432

769

5

3,787

757

5

3,851

770

5

4,185

837

5

Barangay 26

4,258

710

6

4,060

677

6

4,097

891

6

4,198

858

6

4,551

759

6

4,628

771

6

5,030

838

6

Agay-ayan

3,399

680

5

3,161

632

5

3,224

776

5

3,184

701

5

3,633

727

5

3,694

739

5

4,015

803

5

Alagatan

425

85

5

480

96

5

500

90

5

535

104

5

454

91

5

462

92

5

502

100

5

Anakan

3,428

686

5

3,652

730

5

3,711

743

5

3,772

104

5

3,664

733

5

3,726

745

5

4,049

810

5

Bagubad

621

124.2

5

843

169

5

850

159

5

731

158

5

664

133

5

675

135

5

734

147

5

Bakid-bakid

443

110.75

4

788

197

4

773

189

4

727

145

4

474

119

4

481

120

4

523

131

4

Bal-ason

2,774

555

5

3,156

631

5

1,064

676

5

3,158

598

5

2,965

593

5

3,015

603

5

3,277

655

5

Banta-awan

485

97

5

1,050

210

5

3,203

152

5

1,389

132

5

518

104

5

527

105

5

573

115

5

Binakalan

640

160

4

713

178

4

747

149

4

766

145

4

684

171

4

696

174

4

756

189

4

Capitulangan

337

67.4

5

496

99

5

448

109

5

448

84

5

360

72

5

366

73

5

398

80

5

Daan Lungsod

1,659

277

6

1,946

324

6

1,956

326

6

2,018

378

6

1,773

296

6

1,803

301

6

1,960

327

6

Dinawehan

628

125.6

5

772

154

5

770

177

5

757

151

5

671

134

5

683

137

5

742

148

5

Eureka

2,245

449

5

2,641

528

5

2,642

428

5

2,693

539

5

2,400

480

5

2,440

488

5

2,652

530

5

Hindangon

1,083

217

5

1,255

251

5

1,268

275

5

1,317

263

5

1,158

232

5

1,177

235

5

1,279

256

5

Kalagonoy

636

106

6

734

122

6

747

121

6

759

127

6

680

113

6

691

115

6

751

125

6

Kalipay

3,238

648

5

3,831

766

5

3,922

650

5

3,871

774

5

3,461

692

5

3,519

704

5

3,825

765

5

Kamanikan

1,374

275

5

1,657

331

5

1,647

300

5

1,596

290

5

1,469

294

5

1,493

299

5

1,623

325

5

Kianlagan

631

105.167

6

683

114

6

666

160

6

705

150

6

674

112

6

686

114

6

745

124

6

Kibuging

418

104.5

4

593

148

4

601

118

4

603

112

4

447

112

4

454

114

4

494

124

4

Kipuntos

483

96.6

5

443

89

5

474

107

5

480

107

5

516

103

5

525

105

5

571

114

5

Lawaan

850

170

5

1,141

228

5

1,131

208

5

1,139

200

5

909

182

5

924

185

5

1,004

201

5

Lawit

607

121.4

5

660

132

5

641

140

5

633

144

5

649

130

5

660

132

5

717

143

5

Libertad

975

195

5

1,519

304

5

1,538

317

5

7,578

315

5

1,042

208

5

1,060

212

5

1,152

230

5

Libon

578

115.6

5

712

142

5

694

134

5

1,607

134

5

618

124

5

628

126

5

683

137

5

Lunao

7,201

1,440

5

7,314

1,463

5

7,483

2,112

5

1,518

2,109

5

7,697

1,539

5

7,827

1,565

5

8,506

1,701

5

Lunotan

1,295

259

5

1,512

302

5

1,546

339

5

709

297

5

1,384

277

5

1,407

281

5

1,530

306

5

Malibud

967

193.4

5

1,335

267

5

1,350

238

5

1,260

238

5

1,034

207

5

1,051

210

5

1,142

228

5

Malinao

3,157

526

6

4,047

675

6

4,130

784

6

4,325

764

6

3,375

563

6

3,431

572

6

3,729

622

6

Maribucao

577

144.25

4

685

171

4

575

141

4

598

132

4

617

154

4

627

157

4

682

171

4

Mimbalagon

597

119.4

5

617

123

5

623

142

5

635

140

5

638

128

5

649

130

5

705

141

5

Mimbunga

1,518

304

5

1,579

316

5

1,597

322

5

1,616

322

5

1,623

325

5

1,650

330

5

1,792

358

5

Mimbuntong

650

130

5

699

140

5

703

160

5

641

161

5

695

139

5

706

141

5

768

154

5

Minsapinit

1,378

276

5

1,182

236

5

1,154

249

5

1,182

234

5

1,473

295

5

1,498

300

5

1,628

326

5

Murallon

1,206

201

6

1,086

181

6

1,123

256

6

1,150

236

6

1,289

215

6

1,311

219

6

1,424

237

6

Odiongan

3,825

638

6

4,085

681

6

4,149

1,053

6

4,253

475

6

4,089

682

6

4,157

693

6

4,518

753

6

Pangasihan

1,734

347

5

2,196

439

5

2,219

465

5

2,317

454

5

1,853

371

5

1,885

377

5

2,048

410

5

Pigsaluhan

1,156

231

5

1,378

276

5

1,105

243

5

1,128

241

5

1,236

247

5

1,256

251

5

1,365

273

5

Punong

980

196

5

1,202

240

5

1,177

201

5

1,007

192

5

1,048

210

5

1,065

213

5

1,158

232

5

Ricorro

500

100

5

648

130

5

670

138

5

649

138

5

534

107

5

543

109

5

591

118

5

Samay

690

138

5

830

166

5

844

137

5

808

172

5

738

148

5

750

150

5

815

163

5

San Jose

705

141

5

1,211

242

5

799

173

5

1,508

170

5

754

151

5

766

153

5

833

167

5

San Juan

3,094

619

5

4,095

819

5

1,483

808

5

1,262

847

5

3,307

661

5

3,363

673

5

3,655

731

5

San Luis

4,168

834

5

5,112

1,022

5

1,238

1,093

5

4,410

954

5

4,455

891

5

4,530

906

5

4,924

985

5

San Miguel

781

156.2

5

825

165

5

4,326

164

5

5,409

1,082

5

835

167

5

849

170

5

923

185

5

Sangalan

1,516

253

6

1,514

252

6

5,281

310

6

905

291

6

1,620

270

6

1,648

275

6

1,791

299

6

Santiago

2,742

548

5

2,804

561

5

2,858

657

5

3,019

606

5

2,931

586

5

2,980

596

5

3,239

648

5

Tagpako

1,743

349

5

1,852

370

5

1,967

340

5

2,048

384

5

1,863

373

5

1,894

379

5

2,058

412

5

Talisay

2,842

568

5

2,705

541

5

2,742

502

5

2,409

503

5

3,038

608

5

3,089

618

5

3,357

671

5

Talon

1,072

214

5

1,281

256

5

479

287

5

1,162

285

5

1,146

229

5

1,165

233

5

1,266

253

5

Tinabalan

678

135.6

5

659

132

5

1,276

138

5

659

115

5

725

145

5

737

147

5

801

160

5

Tinulongan

341

68.2

5

159

32

5

673

111

5

460

96

5

364

73

5

371

74

5

403

81

5

TOTAL

117,908

23,137

401

131,547

25,891

401

133,725

27,809

401

135,316

26,779

401

137,589

27,039

401

139,901

27,549

401

142,251

28,011

401

GRAND TOTAL

Sources: CSWD Gingoog and National Statistics Office (NSO), R10

 

NOTE:

No. of POPULATION
*2010-2013 Population are actual based on CSWD survey
*2014 onwards are only projected population (computed using the formula for projection)
NO. OF HOUSEHOLDS

 

*2010, 2012 and 2013 are actual
*2011, 2014 and onwards are projected only

 

3.  Population by Age Group and Sex

Gingoog City has a young population, with about half the people under 20 years of age during the census taken in mid 2000.  In 2007 census 49 percent of the total figures are within 15 years old and below bracket.  The remaining 38.50 percent are within the 20-49 years old group and 12.50 percent are within the 50 years old and over bracket. As to sex distribution, the males are greater than females with male population slightly greater in almost all ages. (Table VIII)).

Table VIII

City Population by Age Group & by Sex 

Summary of Consolidated

Age Sex Distribution 2013

(Population Outcomes) 

AGE BRACKET

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

0-2

4,438

4,334

8,772

3-4

3,801

3,465

7,266

5-6

3,826

3,781

7,607

7-12

8,596

8,065

16,661

13-14

4,020

3,740

7,760

15-17

4,917

4,608

9,525

18-24

7,966

7,901

15,867

25-30

6,055

5,587

11,642

31-34

4,048

3,704

7,752

35-39

4,116

3,896

8,012

40-44

3,404

3,362

6,766

45-49

3,214

3,093

6,307

50-54

2,911

2,875

5,786

55-59

2,375

2,315

4,690

60-64

1,806

1,836

3,642

65-69

1,240

1,301

2,541

70-74

1,023

1,002

2,025

75-79

609

795

1,404

80-84

398

428

826

85-UP

206

260

466

TOTAL

68,969

66,348

135,317

Source: Barangay Population Workers’ Report (BPW)

 

TOTAL NUMBER OF POPULATION BY BARANGAY, MALE & FEMALE

FROM 2011 TO 2013

2011

2012

2013

Barangay MALE FEMALE TOTAL BOTH SEXES Female Male TOTAL BOTH SEXES Female Male TOTAL BOTH SEXES
Brgy.1 160 130 290 126 157 283 127 142 269
Brgy.2 150 183 333 178 150 328 179 149 328
Brgy.3 67 71 138 70 68 138 66 70 136
Brgy.4 146 165 311 178 159 337 177 157 334
Brgy.5 181 199 380 210 183 393 211 184 395
Brgy.6 177 178 355 182 179 361 187 179 366
Brgy.7 149 194 343 196 149 345 196 148 344
Brgy.8 184 175 359 181 189 370 194 197 391
Brgy.9 203 192 395 192 206 398 182 184 366
Brgy.10 90 87 177 92 94 186 97 103 200
Brgy.11 173 185 358 189 176 365 199 185 384
Brgy.12 157 209 366 212 162 374 218 176 394
Brgy.13 360 418 778 392 334 726 392 329 721
Brgy.14 215 226 441 219 206 425 185 175 360
Brgy.15 56 75 131 78 62 140 70 54 124
Brgy.16 513 555 1,068 572 529 1,101 574 537 1,111
Brgy.17 1,241 1,291 2,532 1,305 1,249 2,554 1,321 1,260 2,581
Brgy.18 709 661 1,370 671 716 1,387 649 689 1,338
Brgy.18-A 2,544 2,517 5,061 2,596 2,624 5,220 2,631 2,690 5,321
Brgy.19 3,000 2,967 5,967 3,082 3,123 6,205 3,118 3,155 6,273
Brgy.20 1,333 1,337 2,670 1,444 1,352 2,796 1,459 1,367 2,826
Brgy.21 140 175 315 161 130 291 124 117 241
Brgy.22 515 600 1,115 597 515 1,112 597 512 1,109
Brgy.22-A 824 869 1,693 872 830 1,702 874 833 1,707
Brgy.23 1,472 1,543 3,015 1,574 1,513 3,087 1,755 1,568 3,323
Brgy.24 1,834 1,888 3,722 2,010 1,878 3,888 2,035 2,106 4,141
Brgy.24-A 2,009 2,079 4,088 2,061 2,021 4,082 2,075 2,016 4,091
Brgy.25 2,182 2,027 4,209 2,049 2,217 4,266 2,120 2,312 4,432
Brgy.26 1,979 2,081 4,060 2,036 2,061 4,097 2,093 2,105 4,198
Agay-ayan 1,690 1,471 3,161 1,508 1,716 3,224 1,546 1,638 3,184
Alagatan 260 220 480 236 264 500 257 278 535
Anakan 1,862 1,790 3,652 1,817 1,894 3,711 1,846 1,926 3,772
Bagubad 432 411 843 419 431 850 359 372 731
Bakid-Bakid 406 382 788 374 399 773 348 379 727
Banta-awan 535 515 1,050 525 539 1,064 670 719 1,389
Bal-ason 1,630 1,526 3,156 1,544 1,659 3,203 1,523 1,635 3,158
Binakalan 417 296 713 318 429 747 355 411 766
Capitulangan 257 239 496 232 216 448 217 231 448
Daan Lungsod 1,011 935 1,946 942 1,014 1,956 962 1,056 2,018
Dinawehan 399 373 772 362 408 770 363 394 757
Eureka 1,343 1,298 2,641 1,295 1,347 2,642 1,331 1,362 2,693
Hindangon 674 581 1,255 591 677 1,268 623 694 1,317
Kalagonoy 399 335 734 340 407 747 346 413 759
Kalipay 1,952 1,879 3,831 1,921 2,001 3,922 1,889 1,982 3,871
Kamanikan 922 735 1,657 726 921 1,647 702 894 1,596
Kianlagan 343 340 683 323 343 666 348 357 705
Kibuging 325 268 593 270 331 601 272 331 603
Kipuntos 232 211 443 228 246 474 229 251 480
Lawaan 610 531 1,141 532 599 1,131 533 606 1,139
Lawit 371 289 660 288 353 641 292 341 633
Lunao 3,702 3,612 7,314 3,688 3,795 7,483 3,738 3,840 7,578
Lunotan 800 712 1,512 719 827 1,546 744 863 1,607
Libertad 779 740 1,519 749 789 1,538 730 788 1,518
Libon 386 326 712 313 381 694 313 396 709
Malibud 704 631 1,335 636 714 1,350 617 643 1,260
Malinao 2,089 1,958 4,047 2,005 2,125 4,130 2,155 2,170 4,325
Maribucao 352 333 685 278 297 575 289 309 598
Mimbalagon 328 289 617 298 325 623 288 347 635
Mimbunga 820 759 1,579 771 826 1,597 751 865 1,616
Mimbuntong 349 350 699 350 353 703 304 337 641
Minsapinit 593 589 1,182 569 585 1,154 584 598 1,182
Murallon 576 510 1,086 533 590 1,123 540 610 1,150
Odiongan 2,090 1,995 4,085 2,026 2,123 4,149 2,072 2,181 4,253
Pangasihan 1,146 1,050 2,196 1,085 1,134 2,219 1,047 1,270 2,317
Pigsalohan 746 632 1,378 534 571 1,105 548 580 1,128
Punong 618 584 1,202 573 604 1,177 478 529 1,007
Ricoro 343 305 648 315 355 670 306 343 649
Samay 425 405 830 411 433 844 391 417 808
Sangalan 798 716 1,514 701 782 1,483 710 798 1,508
San Jose 624 587 1,211 600 638 1,238 606 656 1,262
San Juan 2,066 2,029 4,095 2,144 2,182 4,326 2,191 2,219 4,410
San Luis 2,609 2,503 5,112 2,591 2,690 5,281 2,662 2,747 5,409
San Miguel 426 399 825 391 408 799 433 472 905
Santiago 1,380 1,424 2,804 1,454 1,404 2,858 1,487 1,532 3,019
Tagpako 955 897 1,852 958 1,009 1,967 997 1,051 2,048
Talisay 1,355 1,350 2,705 1,365 1,377 2,742 1,160 1,249 2,409
Tinabalan 332 327 659 335 338 673 332 327 659
Tinulongan 244 215 459 226 253 479 209 251 460
Talon 654 627 1,281 624 652 1,276 550 612 1,162
TOTAL 67,122 64,756 131,878 65,632 67,986 133,744 66,348 68,969 135,317
Source: City Social Dev’t. Welfare, Gingoog City

 

Table VIII.2 

2010 City Population by Age Group & by Sex

 

Age Group

Total

Total

Male

% Share

Female

% Share

Total

% Share

0-4 7,294 11.21 6,719 10.74 14,035 10.98
5-9 7,646 11.75 7084 11.33 14,753 11.55
10-14 6,935 10.66 6760 10.81 13,716 10.73
15-19 6,462 9.93 6382 10.20 12,864 10.07
20-24 6,032 9.27 5683 9.09 11,733 9.18
25-29 5,190 7.98 4778 7.64 9,984 7.81
30-34 4,733 7.28 4250 6.80 8,997 7.04
35-39 4,025 6.19 3866 6.18 7,903 6.18
40-44 3,695 5.68 3575 5.72 7,281 5.70
45-49 3,287 5.05 3207 5.13 6,504 5.09
50-54 2,782 4.28 2723 4.35 5,514 4.31
55-59 2,187 3.36 2224 3.56 4,418 3.46
60-64 1,632 2.51 1738 2.78 3,375 2.64
65-69 1,117 1.72 1237 1.98 2,358 1.85
70-74 855 1.31 961 1.54 1,819 1.42
75-79 611 0.94 692 1.11 1,305 1.02
80-85 366 0.56 422 0.67 789 0.62
85-UP 197 0.30 239 0.38 437 0.34
TOTAL 65,046 100.00 62,540 100 127,786 100

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4. Labor Force Population and Employment

Gingoog City’s labor force population or those within the population ages 15 years old and over but not beyond 65 years old whether employed or unemployed in the August 1, 2007 census of population is totaled to 64,262 which is equivalent to 57.25 percent of the total population.

The labor force population data in Gingoog City was derived using the participation rate method wherein both sexes, out of the 28,901 figure counted in the 1995 census, it is computed to reach 37,062 with 34,468 employed population and with male population of 20,713 still registering the large number over the female population.

 Table IX

Labor Force by Employment Status, 1995 – 2007 by Sex

  

Category

1995

2007

  Both

Sexes

 

Male

 

Female

Both

Sexes

 

Male

 

Female

In the Labor Force 28,901 17,303 11,598 37,062 22,189 14,873
Employed 26,878 16,152 10,726 34,468 20,713 13,755
Unemployed 2,023 1,151 872 2,594 1,476 1,118

Source: NSO, Region 10, 2007 data computed through participation rate method

Table X 

Labor Force by Occupational Group

Occupational Group

1995

2007

Professional & Technical Workers 2,325 2,962
Proprietrors, Managers & Administrators 216 277
Clerical Workers 320 410
Sales Workers 336 431
Farmers, Farm Laborers, Fishermen & Loggers 33,093 42,438
Workers in Mines & Quarries 45 58
Transport & Communication Process Workers 959 1,230
Craftsmen & Production Process Workers 1,125 1,443
Manual Workers & Laborers 2,015 2,630
Related Services 834 1,070
Occupation Group not reported 223 286

Source: NSO, Region 10, 2007 data computed through participation rate method

5. Population Density

The city occupies an area of 76,988.000 hectares (769.88 sq. kms.) wherein of the total land area of the city’s poblacion has an aggregate area of 1,174.065 hectares with 38,785 inhabitants. The area classified as Urbanazing has 8,811.986 hectares with 34,478 inhabitants while the Rural area comprises about 67,001.949 hectares with 38,984 inhabitants. With this data and as reflected in the table below (table B-6) the Urban area has the density of 33.03 persons per hectare while the area classified as Urbanizing has 3.91 hectares and 0.58 persons every hectare in the rural area.

 Table XI 

Population Density by Barangay, 2013 

BARANGAY

AREA (has.)

POPULATION

DENSITY

1 1.977

269

136.06

2 1.874

328

175.03

3 2.111

136

64.42

4 1.813

334

184.23

5 1.639

395

241.00

6 1.729

366

211.68

7 1.727

344

199.19

8 2.446

391

159.85

9 1.838

366

199.13

10 1.894

200

105.60

11 1.899

384

202.21

12 1.963

394

200.71

13 2.157

721

334.26

14 2.373

360

151.71

15 1.915

124

64.75

16 4.059

1,111

273.71

17 11.719

2,581

220.24

18 5.261

1,338

254.32

18-A 35.488

5,321

149.94

19 128.527

6,273

48.81

20 124.692

2,826

22.66

21 29.269

241

8.23

22 8.909

1,109

124.48

22-A 13.195

1,707

129.37

23 49.373

3,323

67.30

24 14.622

4,141

283.20

24-A 256.042

4,091

15.98

25 63.434

4,432

69.87

26 400.000

4,198

10.50

Agay-ayan 998.612

3,184

3.19

Alagatan 600.000

535

0.89

Anakan 372.792

3,772

10.12

Bagubad 657.000

731

1.11

Bakid-bakid 1,123.000

727

0.65

Bal-ason 1,300.000

3,158

2.43

Banta-awan 1,200.000

1,389

1.16

Binakalan 347.382

766

2.21

Capitulangan 420.000

448

1.07

Daan Lungsod 156.179

2,018

12.92

Dinawehan 2,133.442

757

0.35

Eureka 16,566.000

2,693

0.16

Hindangon 12,363.000

1,317

0.11

Kalagonoy 729.000

759

1.04

Kalipay 1,440.000

3,871

2.69

Kamanikan 525.000

1,596

3.04

Kipuntos 324.009

480

1.48

Lawaan 318.515

1,139

3.58

Lawit 348.000

633

1.82

Lunao 679.334

7,578

11.16

Lunotan 4,963.000

1,607

0.32

Libertad 617.000

1,518

2.46

Libon 529.000

709

1.34

Malibud 823.293

1,260

1.53

Malinao 2,300.000

4,325

1.88

Maribucao 578.869

598

1.03

Mimbalagon 1,495.818

635

0.42

Mimbunga 835.189

1,616

1.93

Mimbuntong 815.000

641

0.79

Minsapinit 779.067

1,182

1.52

Murallon 630.000

1,150

1.83

Odiongan 798.000

4,253

5.33

Pangasihan 663.479

2,317

3.49

Pigsaluhan 1,800.000

1,128

0.63

Punong 499.881

1,007

2.01

Ricorro 577.000

649

1.12

Samay 778.000

808

1.04

Sangalan 2,823.000

1,508

0.53

San Jose 562.000

1,262

2.25

San Juan 2,811.184

4,410

1.57

San Luis 807.537

5,409

6.70

San Miguel 819.098

905

1.10

Santiago 404.988

3,019

7.45

Tagpako 996.000

2,048

2.06

Talisay 620.000

2,409

3.89

Tinabalan 550.000

659

1.20

Tinulongan 1,123.000

460

0.41

Talon 1,108.047

1,162

1.05

TOTAL

76,909.770

135,317

4,429.06

Source: National Statistics Office, Region x & CPDO, Gingoog City

 

 6. Migration Pattern

As shown in Tables VI and VIII, in the past years since the first census was recorded, the City registered a natural trend of growth and has always been considered a vacation place of Gingoognons  who are no longer residing permanently in Gingoog.  Some Gingoognons migrated to highly urbanized places in the country and in abroad to  study, for  employment, seeing better job opportunities, seeking greener pasture or settling permanently for good.  Such observations was noted and gathered through actual interviews conducted  

 Mother Tongue of Population

 Majority (96%) of the population of Gingoog City are Cebuano speaking while 1.69 percent of which are speaking Bukidnon dialects. The remaining 2.31 percent spoke languages either from local dialects or dialects from Luzon, Visayas & other parts of Mindanao confirming that Gingoog City was an in-migration area in the late 25 to 30 years ago.

7. Religious Affiliation

Comparing the two census years 2000 and 2007 results we can glean that the bulk of Gingoog’s population is Roman Catholic with almost 84% (83.98) share in the total population and the remaining 16.02% are distributed among the other sects to include: United Church of Christ in the Philippines -1.17%, Iglesia ni Cristo -1.51%,, Seventh Day Adventist – 1.65%, and other religious groups- 11.69%, that are now mushrooming in the city. (Table XIII).

Table XIII

Household Population by Religious Affiliation

RELIGION

2000

2007

57,313

54,934

112,247

Male

Female

Both Sexes

Male

Female

Both

Sexes

Roman Catholic 43,920 41,946 85,866 48,134 46,136 94,269
UCCP 606 591 1,197 671 643 1,314
Iglesia ni Kristo 812 732 1,544 866 830 1,695
Seventh Day Adv. 841 848 1,689 947 907 1,854
Others 6,029 5,916 11,945 6,696 6,418 13,114

Total

52,208 50,033 102,241 57,314 54,934 112,246

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source: NSO, Region 10, 2007 data computed through participation rate