Photo by Spaceshoe [Learning to live with the crisis] (CC BY 2.0) The U.S. Census Bureau shows “the generation that has been dismissed as entitled and whiny is struggling with higher levels of poverty than their counterparts did in 1980,”...Show More Summary
According to the latest population estimate issued by the U.S. Census Bureau, Georgia had 10,097,343 residents as of July 1st, 2014, an increase of 102,584 people year over year. The state remains the eighth most populous, with 1,496,820 fewer people than number seven Ohio. Show More Summary
What’s Florida got that New York doesn’t? More people, for starters.
Americans are trading skyscrapers for palm trees, the U.S. Census Bureau said, releasing a report Tuesday that shows Florida surpassed New York to become the third most populous state in the U.S., a development that carries longer-term political implications.
It's official: More people live in Florida than in New York. U.S. Census Bureau figures released Tuesday show Florida has 19.9 million residents to New York's 19.7 million, The Associated Press reports. The Sunshine State probably hit this milestone in the spring, but Census data confirms it. Show More Summary
The US census bureau reports Florida Passes New York to Become the Nation’s Third Most Populous StateI added the dashed red line to show the stagnation in Illinois. The Bureau Reports.... By adding an average of 803 new residents each...Show More Summary
The sunshine state is hot. Florida on Tuesday became the third most-populous state in the U.S. with 19.9 million residents, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. That means, New York, with 19.7 million is now No. 4. The top two are still California (38.8 million) and Texas (27 million) Momentum is clearly on Florida's side. Show More Summary
The United States Census Bureau announced today that the State of New York, which had been the nation's third most populous state, has now slipped to fourth place, behind Florida. In the 12 months ending July 1, 2014, the Sunshine State gained 293,000 new inhabitants, while New York added a meager 51,000. Read more...
Thomas Hawk/Flickr By Letitia Stein TAMPA, Fla.-- Florida has leapfrogged New York to rank as the third most populous U.S. state, the Census Bureau reported on Tuesday, reflecting demographic trends that are reshaping American politics...Show More Summary
Florida has leapfrogged New York to rank as the third most populous U.S. state, the Census Bureau reported on Tuesday, reflecting demographic trends that are reshaping American politics and culture, along with state bragging rights. With 19.9 million residents, Florida surpassed New York by a slim...
Florida has passed New York to become the third most-populous state as it adds about 800 people per day, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The state's population increased by 293,000 in the year... To view the full story, click the title link.
The Census Bureau reports New Home Sales in November were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of 438 thousand. October sales were revised down from 458 thousand to 445 thousand, and September sales were unchanged at 455 thousand."Sales...Show More Summary
After a well-rounded review of its annual American Community Survey, the US Census Bureau determined that seven non-mandatory questions fell into the "Low Benefit" category. Of these seven questions, five involve questions about marriage. Now the Bureau is asking the...
The number of Americans who choose to live alone continues to grow. So finds a recent Current Population Survey by the U.S. Census Bureau. According to The Washington Post, the
Earlier this fall, the Census Bureau reported that child poverty in America is finally declining for the first time in more than a decade. But while the national trend is ticking down, in many parts of the country — particularly the South — poverty rates for kids are still above the national average and higher […]
A headline in today's Examiner runs: "Census: Whites become 'minority' in 2044, Hispanic population twice blacks'." From the Examiner: New population projections released by the U.S. Census Bureau show that whites will become a “minority”...Show More Summary
White Americans will become a minority in the U.S. by 2044, while Hispanics will make up a quarter of the population, according to a new Brookings Institution analysis of latest U.S. Census Bureau population projections. By 2044, when...Show More Summary
The Census Bureau and the U.S. Department and Housing and Urban Development said that housing activity eased somewhat in November.Read the Rest...
From the Census Bureau: Permits, Starts and CompletionsHousing Starts:Privately-owned housing starts in November were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,028,000. This is 1.6 percent below the revised October estimate of 1,045,000...Show More Summary
New population projections released by the U.S. Census Bureau show that whites will become a “minority” by 2044, replaced by a “majority” of minority groups, mostly blacks and Hispanics. The new projections, analyzed in a Brookings Institution report, show the huge rise of Hispanics, projected to make up 25.1 percent of the U.S. population in […]