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4-of-5 Fastest Growing Cities in Texas

Four of the five fastest-growing cities in the United States are in Texas, according to new data released by the Census Bureau. No. 1 is Conroe, Texas, a Houston suburb experiencing a 7.8% increase from 2015 to 2016, which is 11 times more than the national growth rate. Show More Summary

Chicago was the only major U.S. city to lose population from 2015 to 2016

Chicago was the only city among the nation's 20 largest to lose population in 2016 — and it lost nearly double the number of residents as the year before, according to newly released data from the U.S. Census Bureau. It's the city's third consecutive year of population loss. Chicago's population...

The Census Says New York, Houston, and Los Angeles Are Smaller Than It Thought. Why?

On Thursday, the U.S. Census Bureau reported that the population of New York City had jumped up by 21,000 people between July 2015 and July 2016 to 8,537,673. It’s a new all-time high for America’s largest city—albeit not as high as the all-time high of 8,550,405 we thought we hit on July 2015. New York’s not shrinking. Show More Summary

New Census Bureau estimates show Madison continues to grow

The population continues to rise in Wisconsin's capital city. New estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau show that Madison grew more than any other city in the state from 2015 … Click to Continue »

Casper saw Wyoming's largest population drop during bust

New U.S. Census Bureau figures show that Wyoming cities and towns located in the energy patch saw the greatest declines in population last year, with Casper losing nearly 1,000 residents … Click to Continue »

New Durable Goods Orders Declined in April, Ending Four Straight Months of Gains

The Census Bureau said that growth in new durable goods orders declined 0.7 percent in April, ending four straight months of gains. New orders fell from $232.7 billion in April... The post New Durable Goods Orders Declined in April, Ending Four Straight Months of Gains appeared first on Shopfloor.

Spokane remains second-largest city in state

New estimates from the Census Bureau show that Spokane remains the second-largest city in Washington state, after Seattle. In 2016, Spokane's population was about 215,973, an increase of 1.36 percent … Click to Continue »

The 15 fastest-growing cities in the US

It's said that Texans have only one setting: Go big. The population in the South grew at a faster rate than any other US region between 2015 and 2016, according to new data released from the US Census Bureau. And in a list of the fastest-growing...Show More Summary

Nashville overtakes Memphis as Tennessee's largest city

Newly released figures indicate Nashville has overtaken Memphis as Tennessee's largest city. The Tennessean reports ( ) population estimates released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau put the state capital's … Click to Continue »

Friday: GDP

Friday:• At 8:30 AM ET, Durable Goods Orders for April from the Census Bureau. The consensus is for a 0.9% decrease in durable goods orders.• Also at 8:30 AM ET, Gross Domestic Product, 1st quarter 2017 (Second estimate). The consensus...Show More Summary

Ankeny only large Midwestern city to rank among fast-growing

The Des Moines suburb of Ankeny is the only large Midwestern city to rank among the fastest-growing cities in the nation. New U.S. Census Bureau estimates released Thursday show that … Click to Continue »

The Census Bureau shows the fastest-growing cities in the U.S. are ...

3 days agoNews : USAToday: News

Cities in the South are growing at a faster rate than any other region in the United States, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.        

The Morning News: Seattle Tops Fastest Growing US Cities By Population and Density, About That Assault in Montana

3 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Steven Hsieh The city in sparser times (2011). Jelson25, CC BY-SA 3.0 700,000+: people live in Seattle as of 2016, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Seattle saw a gain of 21,000 from 2015 to 2016, making it the fastest growing of this nation's 50 largest cities. Show More Summary

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3 days agoNews : The Two-Way

Also: Philippines troops fight militants in a besieged southern city; Hawaii sues automakers over potentially defective airbags; and the Census Bureau says fast growing U.S. cities are in the South.

New figures show Detroit's population continues to decline

New figures say Detroit's population continues to decline amid efforts to revitalize the city. The population estimates released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau say Detroit is the nation's 23rd … Click to Continue »

2 southwest Florida cities among nation's fastest-growing

Two southwest Florida cities were among the nation's fastest-growing last year. The U.S. Census Bureau on Thursday said Bonita Springs and Fort Myers respectively had the 8th and 15th fastest … Click to Continue »

New Home Sales decrease to 569,000 Annual Rate in April

The Census Bureau reports New Home Sales in April were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of 569 thousand. The previous three months combined were revised up significantly."Sales of new single-family houses in April 2017 were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 569,000, according to estimates released jointly today by the U.S. Show More Summary

New-home sales plunge by a lot more than expected

New-home sales in the US fell by much more than expected in April. Sales slumped by 11.4% at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 569,000, the Census Bureau said in its monthly report. Economists had forecast that sales of new single-family...Show More Summary

8 Reasons You Should Care a Lot About the 2020 Census 

Do you care about the 2020 census? You should. We all probably should care more about the 2020 census, because John Thompson, the director of the Census Bureau and the man in charge of running the 2020 census, stepped down last week. It’s hard to overstate what huge news this is, and yet the story isn’t getting a ton… Read more...

New tools safeguard Census data about where you live and work

In October 2012, as Hurricane Sandy bore down on the densely populated U.S. East Coast, the state of New Jersey needed information fast. State planners and emergency managers turned to U.S. Census Bureau data about the people livingShow More Summary

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