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2010 Census Shows Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders Surpassed One Million

Written by: Lindsay Hixson and Nicholas A. Jones According to the 2010 Census, 1.2 million people, or 0.4 percent of all people in the United States, identified as Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander (NHPI), either alone or in combination … Continue reading

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Memorial Day: A Look at Veterans in America Today

Written By: Melissa Chiu As we honor those soldiers who have given their lives to their country this Memorial Day, we can also take the opportunity to better understand America’s veterans. The American Community Survey provides a profile of our … Continue reading

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China and India: Neighboring Countries but Poles Apart in Their Older Populations’ Health

Written by: Wan He China and India sit next to each other on the Asian continent, sharing a thousand-mile long border. The Silk Road connected these two countries more than 2,000 years ago, allowing exchanges not only in trade but … Continue reading

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Introducing the Boom State of North Dakota

Written by: Alexa Kennedy Jones-Puthoff Every year, except in the year after a decennial census is conducted, the Census Bureau releases population estimates for the nation’s more than 3,000 counties and equivalents, along with Puerto Rico’s municipios. Yesterday, we published … Continue reading

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Since the Census, New Patterns of Metro and Micro Growth

Written by: Marc Perry Except for the year after the decennial census, the Census Bureau annually publishes population estimates for all metropolitan and micropolitan statistical areas. Today, we released the first such estimates since the 2010 Census and they provide … Continue reading

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