This month's snapshot covers ARC's regional forecasts, including race and age trends. By 2050, we currently predict the population to increase by 2.9 million people and the fastest-growing age group will be among those 75 and older.
This Monday Mapday considers the percent of residents who have moved in the past year and whether they hopped across the same county, came to the 10-county area from a different Georgia county or moved from outside the state or country.
We know that counties in the metro are growing in population, so where are people coming from? This post looks at domestic migration over the past decade.
This Monday Mapday continues our look at where unmarried Atlantans live, this time focusing on unmarried men.
This Monday Mapday continues our look at where unmarried Atlantans live, this time focusing on unmarried women.
This Monday Mapday takes a look at what Metro Atlanta counties and Census tracts have high rates of unmarried residents.
This month's regional snapshot presents ARC's annual major jurisdiction population estimates. Overall, the 10-county region’s population increased by 1.6 percent and now stands at 4,628,400 — more than that of 24 states. A slowing in job growth has contributed to moderation of the region’s population growth, though that growth remains strong.
A look at population growth, changes in population density and housing building permits throughout the region.
A series of interactive maps explores where metro Atlantans age 65 and older live, where they are more likely to be living in poverty and what areas of the metro see higher rates of older adults with a disability.
An overview of poverty rates among Metro Atlanta's residents age 65 and older and how it compares to Georgia and the nation.