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Politics & Elections

How Many Local Governments Is Too Many?

See which states, metro areas and counties have the most.

By Michael Maciag  |  May 7, 2019
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Urban

After Years of Explosive Growth, Migration to the West and the South Slows

New places are emerging as destinations for people on the move.

By Michael Maciag  |  April 18, 2019
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County Migration Rates

Data showing domestic migration and international migration for U.S. counties.

By Michael Maciag  |  April 18, 2019
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Renter Population Data By City

Numbers of renters living in local jurisdictions and how totals have changed over time.

By Michael Maciag  |  March 27, 2019
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Other

City Building and Construction Permits: Annual Statistics

Numbers of construction permits by city, jurisdictions permitting the most new units.

By Michael Maciag  |  March 15, 2019
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Born and Raised: The Parts of America With the Most Natives

Why do some counties have vastly more native-born residents than others?

By Michael Maciag  |  March 1, 2019
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Neighborhoods Where Black Men Are Missing

Ratios of black men to black women serve as proxy for mass incarceration and other socioeconomic issues.

By Michael Maciag  |  January 29, 2019
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Education

Residential Segregation Data for U.S. Metro Areas

Measures of segregation for different demographic groups, including whites, blacks, Hispanics and Asians.

By Michael Maciag  |  January 24, 2019
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Other

Demographic Changes in Illinois Neighborhoods Map

Black and white population shifts across the state's metro areas.

By Michael Maciag  |  January 24, 2019
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Management & Labor

6 Innovative Ways States and Localities Are Preparing for the 2020 Census

The decennial count is plagued by uncertainties and fears of undercounting immigrants, minorities and low-income people.

By Mike Maciag  |  January 17, 2019
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Urban

Why Are So Many People Moving Out of the Northeast?

Unlike the Midwest, the other region losing people to other parts of the country, the Northeast isn't gaining enough new residents to even come close to making up the difference.

By Michael Maciag  |  December 21, 2018
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