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A Moment of Silence for Our 12 Lost Residents

The US Census Bureau just released 2016 population estimates for counties and metropolitan areas in the US. It’s no surprise that the Pioneer Valley has overall remained virtually unchanged, with a total population in Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin Counties of 700,665 people. 409 more words


Immigrants and the census

There’s an unexpected victim in President Trump’s anti-immigration stances: The 2020 Census.

Massachusetts Secretary of State William F. Galvin told The Boston Globe he’s concerned about the effect that anti-immigrant rhetoric will have on participation in the 2020 Census. 176 more words




I’d been running to catch up with the elderly man before he passed through the security gate of his house.  He was wearing a yarmulke, and… 749 more words

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How Many Retired People Live in California? (Part 3)

More fun with the American Community Survey!

So, in my previous blog post I figured out that there were 5,189,558 persons in California of retirement age (65-and-over) in 2015, out of a total statewide population of 39,144,818. 440 more words


Census: Clark County Continues To Grow

LAS VEGAS (KXNT) – If you hate the vehicle and pedestrian traffic in Las Vegas or the numerous construction projects, then brace yourself for even more of it all. 110 more words


Utah's population tops 3 million for first time, Census Bureau reports

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah is growing fast.

The population rose 10.4 percent from 2010 to 2016.

For the first time, the census estimate for Utah has topped 3 million residents, with the annual American Community Survey estimating the total population at 3,051,217. 149 more words


Bay Area Population Growth Slowing Down

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – The Bay Area is still growing, but the rate of growth is slowing. New census data show that in some counties, more people are moving out than moving in. 194 more words