Kaid Benfield looks at recent trends in the housing sector and asks whether America's infatuation with the McMansion is over.
Feb 10, 2012 Switchboard
...so more than a third went with "Other" in the last Census. Mireya Navarro reports on the rift between ethnic and racial identity experienced by some Latinos and the challenges the Bureau faces in designing a better questionnaire.
Jan 14, 2012 The New York Times
A team of Brookings Institution researchers present five key findings about Americans and how the country grew in 2011 according to 2010 Census data.
Jan 3, 2012 Brookings Institution
Recent census data analysis shows that the number of carpoolers has been declining over the last thirty years. But further study of carpooling's history, as well as social, demographic and economic trends, shows that there is more to carpooling numbers than a downward slope, writes Cynthia Armour. Exclusive
Sep 26, 2011 By
From growing minority populations to growth in the South and West, The United States has undergone major shifts in the last 20 years, according to this analysis from <em>USA Today</em>.
Aug 11, 2011 USA Today
A new study shows how even as minorities move up the social ladder, they tend to live in poorer neighborhoods, reports Joanna Lin for California Watch.
Aug 2, 2011 California Watch
Think your living arrangement is unique? You aren't alone. The New York Times parses the vicissitudes and permutations of the twenty-first century American households.
Jun 20, 2011 The New York Times
Decreasing fertility rates of non-Hispanic whites and black women, plus the tendency of families with children to cluster, have caused declines in the '18 and under' population share in 95% of U.S. counties.
Jun 5, 2011 USA Today - Census
Race and ethnic groups have seen major shifts from the 1990s to today, according to this report from the Brookings Institution.
May 16, 2011 Brookings Institution
Family makeup is changing in New York City, where unmarried partners are on the rise and households with children are on the decline.
May 15, 2011 The New York Times