The results of the 2010 Census drive the operation of the nation’s democracy, public policy and economy. The decennial enumeration determines House apportionment and legislative redistricting; informs the distribution of billions in federal funds annually, as well as state and local government decisions about highways, schools and health facilities; and affects business decisions about location and goods and services offered.
Brookings Institution/Chris Ingraham
Opinion | State of Metropolitan America
Economic Improvement Nudges U.S. Migration to Normal
March 15, 2013, William H. Frey
Using new Census Bureau population data, William Frey discusses how the improving U.S. economy is driving migration back to its pre-recession trends—Sun Belt growth and Frost Belt departures.
U.S. Metro Areas
Race, Group Identity, and the Evasion of Politics
2000, Peter Skerry
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