This month (September 15-October 15) is Hispanic Heritage Month. We have a commemorative compendium of the latest data on this core growth component of our region's population. Installment 1 of 3 is current population trends!
Population growth is declining recently, but what's happening to household size? Well, a little bit of everything, depending on where you look
In 2020, COVID-19 rivaled heart disease – long our state's #1 killer – in terms of life lost and percent of deaths by cause (map shown). Not even the worst years of the flu come anywhere close.
A new tool created by the U.S. Department of Energy and National Renewable Energy Laboratory helps identify neighborhoods where residents are most likely to be energy burdened.
What can the 2020 Census teach us about our counties and region? This dive into the data looks at change since 1970, current demographics and offers data downloads for the curious and data-driven.
The U.S. Census just released its 2020 results. Here's a look at some initial insights of our population and demographic change. Spoiler alert: We are continuing the trend toward more diversity.
Another recent CDC moratorium has provided a housing "stay" for millions of renters facing back rent hurdles. We take a closer look at the issues and highlight some data and policy resources to explore the landscape further.
We close our population decline series with a review of factors and an overview of recent Census Bureau estimates, along with the first-issued results of the 2020 Census, which appear to indicate that we are headed for at least a few years of slowing growth.