A look back at how metro Atlanta's diversity has grown and changed since 1980.
Two maps — one showing college students' movement and another showing high school students' movement over the course of a week in Atlanta — offer an idea of just how much of the city these students' might regularly experience.
How does Georgia stack up when it comes to shares of Native American and Alaska Native peoples? These maps take a look at these shares, by tract and county, across the country and the state.
Some encouraging data on recent trends in formation of, employment at, and revenue produced by women-owned businesses.
An analysis of STEM majors in the 10-county Atlanta metro area, broken down by gender and race.
Wealth and net worth are two critical and under-examined measures of financial well-being and success. This Friday Factday takes a look at both variables in 20 metro-area counties and explores the implications around visible geographic disparities in wealth.
This Monday Mapday takes a look at county and tract-level variation in rates of residents using three forms of social assistance: SNAP, cash assistance and Supplemental Security Income.
The unemployment rate is low. But the big, national numbers don't tell the whole story. This Friday Factday looks at county-level variation by race, as well as labor force participation rates, education and trends over time.
Rental affordability and the challenges of being a renter are gaining ground among advocates, researchers and politicians. This Friday Factday takes an in-depth look at who is most likely to be renting in the metro and where they are most likely to live, as well as their unique views on life in the metro.
Income inequality in Atlanta is among the worst in the country. This Friday Factday Special Feature looks at the issue by industry and educational attainment.