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Web Wednesday

Collection of posts compiling data and information from the around the web, published on Wednesdays

Web Wednesday: Voting Trends Nationally: “Then and “Now”

By |April 24th, 2019|Categories: Other Demographics, Race and Diversity, Web Wednesday|

Participation trends in the last two general election cycles are positive.  More of us are registering, and more importantly, more of us are voting, though still at different rates depending on who we are [...]

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Web Wednesday: Opportunities for Connecting the Disconnected (Youth)

By |April 10th, 2019|Categories: Age and Generations, Economic Development, Economy, Web Wednesday|

The unemployment story is getting better recently -- for all age groups. That's to say, the unemployment rates are lower across the board. But they aren't better equally for everyone. Rates are highest for [...]

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Five Things to Know About Census 2020

By |April 3rd, 2019|Categories: Population, Web Wednesday|Tags: |

As of Monday, we're just one year out from Census 2020, and even if you're not a demographer or data wonk, we promise it's kind of a big deal. Here's why: It's critical for political representation. [...]

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Web Wednesday: The Vitality Index

By |March 20th, 2019|Categories: Economic Development, Economy, Web Wednesday|

Everybody loves to rank stuff. The NCAA just seeded teams 1-68 for March Madness, for instance (and, incidentally, may your bracket hopes live long and prosper). But oftentimes rankings neither are useful for comparing [...]

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Web Wednesday: ARC’s New Podcast “What’s Next ATL”

By |November 14th, 2018|Categories: Housing, Web Wednesday|

The Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) has a podcast. The podcast is called What’s Next ATL, like the recently launched website of the same name. What’s Next ATL is hosted and produced by Kate Sweeney, [...]

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