The Census has confirmed what many trend stories and liberals have been saying for a while now—white people are moving back to cities.
Sep 25, 2015 The Washington Post - Wonkblog
It used to be that the nation's rural areas suffered from the highest poverty rates. Today, nearly half of the American poor live in mid-sized counties.
Sep 21, 2015 Pew Research Center
As the nation becomes more racially diverse, so too do the suburbs.
Jul 31, 2015 Brookings: The Avenue
Newly released population data provides entre for a discussion about the nature of cities.
May 22, 2015 FiveThirtyEight
The U.S. Census Bureau's 2014 population estimates shows persistent trends of growth in the Sun Belt along with a few other noteworthy data points.
May 21, 2015 U.S. Census Bureau
The city of London has completed a long and remarkable comeback to the population level set as its standard back in 1939.
Jan 7, 2015 Citymetric
New demographic data released Dec. 11 by the state Department of Finance shows the state grew by 335,000 people to 38.5 million, nearly one percent, despite a declining birth rate. While the most in six years, the growth rate has slowed overall.
Dec 13, 2014 San Francisco Chronicle
More people translates to more emissions, right? Cut back on population growth and you'll reduce emissions and the threat of climate change, along with other environmental woes—it's a no-brainer. Or is it?
Nov 16, 2014 The Washington Post - Wonkblog
A report by new think tank City Observatory about where young college graduates are choosing to live inspired plenty of commentary this week.
Oct 22, 2014 New York Times - The Upshot
Ben Schulman and Xiaoran Li lead an interesting thought experiment about the populations of cities around the country. That is, what would happen to the population of American cities if all their sizes were standardized?
Aug 12, 2014 Belt Magazine