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Most Wyoming counties saw population declines in 2016

U.S. Census Bureau estimates show that most of Wyoming's counties saw more residents move out than move in between July 2015 and July 2016. State economists attribute the decrease to … Click to Continue »

Massachusetts leading Northeast in population growth

Massachusetts is leading the Northeast in population growth, with some of the biggest increases in Middlesex and Suffolk counties. State Secretary William Galvin said Friday that Census Bureau estimates show … Click to Continue »

Open thread: Do you plan on leaving San Francisco?

New data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that some people are calling it quits While newbies to San Francisco now find themselves in the same position of those who were displaced—i.e., living paycheck to paycheck, inability to buyShow More Summary

Census: More people leaving New York state

The population of New York state continues to shrink as people move out. New estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau show nearly 73,000 New Yorkers moved out of state between … Click to Continue »

New Durable Goods Orders Expanded for the Second Straight Month, Continuing to Show Progress

The Census Bureau said that new durable goods orders expanded for the second straight month, up 1.7 percent in February after rising by 2.3 percent in January. New orders increased...

No One Likes Chicago

We blame Rahm : Among the 19 largest metro areas in the United States, the Chicago region was the only one that did not grow in population between 2015 and 2016, according to new figures released by the U.S. Census Bureau.In fact, the...Show More Summary

$100 Million in Artifacts Shipped from Egypt & Turkey to US in 2016

About $50 million worth of artifacts and antiques were shipped from both Egypt and Turkey to the United States in 2016 — the highest annual value from each of those countries in at least 20 years, according to U.S. Census Bureau documents. Show More Summary

Renters Now Rule Over Half of U.S. Cities

``Fifty-two of the 100 largest U.S. cities were majority-renter in 2015, according to U.S. Census Bureau data compiled for Bloomberg by real estate brokerage Redfin. Twenty-one of those cities have shifted to renter-domination since 2009. Show More Summary

Here are the fastest growing and shrinking counties in America

Florida and Utah are growing quickly, while shale country lost people last year. The US Census Bureau releases annual estimates of the populations of each of America's 3,142 counties and county equivalents. Using those estimates, weShow More Summary

Report: Dallas County among fastest-growing US counties

The U.S. Census Bureau says Dallas County was the fifth-fastest-growing county in the latest population estimate. The bureau says in a report released Wednesday night that from July 1, 2015, … Click to Continue »

Report: Puerto Rico municipalities see deep population loss

The U.S. Census Bureau says nearly 80 percent of Puerto Rico's municipalities saw their population drop by more than 5 percent in recent years amid a deep economic crisis. Officials … Click to Continue »

Census estimates show western Michigan population rising

Newly released Census Bureau estimates show communities in parts of western Michigan with relatively strong population growth versus other parts of the state. The figures released Thursday show Kent County, … Click to Continue »

Census Bureau estimates show Chicago-area's population slips

Newly released Census Bureau estimates show the Chicago-area's population has declined two years in a row. The Chicago Tribune and Crain's Chicago Business report estimates released Thursday show the Chicago … Click to Continue »

New Home Sales increase to 592,000 Annual Rate in February

The Census Bureau reports New Home Sales in February were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of 592 thousand. The previous three months combined were revised down slightly."Sales of new single-family houses in February 2017 were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 592,000, according to estimates released jointly today by the U.S. Show More Summary

Census figures show Indiana with stagnant population growth

Newly released Census Bureau estimates show Indiana continuing its slowest period of population growth in three decades. The population figures released Thursday show that Indiana added about 20,000 people last … Click to Continue »

Census Bureau: Maricopa County sees largest population gain

The Census Bureau says Arizona's Maricopa County has replaced Texas' Harris County as the county with the nation's highest annual population growth. Maricopa County includes Phoenix and most of its … Click to Continue »

Rural Nebraska population loss may be slowing, figures show

New U.S. Census Bureau figures show the loss of population in rural Nebraska may be slowing. The Lincoln Journal Star reports (http://bit.ly/2nUVUKP ) that, according to the bureau's 2016 updates … Click to Continue »

Columbus area, not Cleveland, has most residents in new data

New U.S. Census Bureau estimates indicate that Ohio's most populous county is no longer the one that includes Cleveland but the one that includes Columbus. The estimates have Cuyahoga (ky-uh-HOH'-guh) … Click to Continue »

Female faces of student loan debt

Student loan debt may not be exclusive to gender, but women have a tougher time paying it off than men. Women earn just under 80 cents on the dollar compared with men, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, and they’re paying more outShow More Summary

US 1-Unit Housing Starts Increase 6.47% In Febuary, Back To 1993 Levels (Despite 25% Increase In Population Since 1993)

According to the US Census Bureau, housing starts rose 2.96% in February. However, 1-unit (detached) housing starts rose 6.47%, finally getting back to 1993 levels. The post US 1-Unit Housing Starts Increase 6.47% In Febuary, Back To 1993 Levels (Despite 25% Increase In Population Since 1993) was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

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