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Households on the Move

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Tweet Written by: ¬†David Ihrke During the previous year, 13.7 percent of householders living with their own children moved. What may seem surprising is that this rate is higher than for those without kids at home. We also see differences … Continue reading

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What is the Supplemental Poverty Measure and How Does it Differ from the Official Measure?

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Tweet Note: This is an updated version of a blog that ran last year. It provides important information on the differences between the official and supplemental poverty measures. Written by: Trudi Renwick Since the publication of the first official U.S. … Continue reading

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74,134 Census Tracts and More Geographic Area Tallies Information

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Tweet Written by: Tom Morton Have you ever wondered how many counties, incorporated places, census tracts or census blocks there are in a particular state or in the nation as a whole?¬† Or, have you wondered how the number of … Continue reading

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American Community Survey Statistics Give Communities Detailed Look at Income, Poverty, Health Insurance and Many other Statistics

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Tweet Written by: James B. Treat The American Community Survey statistics released today provide information for geographies with populations of 65,000 or more on many different topics, including income, poverty and health insurance. While national level statistics on these topics … Continue reading

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Medicare and Medicaid, Age and Income

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Tweet Written by: Jennifer Cheeseman Day Today, the Census Bureau released new statistics on the percentages of people receiving health insurance coverage. The report shows that 15.7 percent of people were covered by Medicare and 16.4 percent by Medicaid last … Continue reading

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