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U.S. Census numbers show Utah's growth still fast--but not by Utah standard

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah is growing fast by any standard except Utah’s.

Averaging out the last 5 years, Utah has grown faster than all but four states and the District of Columbia, according to U.S. 174 more words

News

The Demographic Times They Are A-Changin’

I’ve heard it said that by mid-century whites will be a minority in the United States. But strictly speaking this isn’t true.

The Center for American Progress… 844 more words

With the recession over, Americans are once again flocking to sun and suburbs

From the second half of the 20th century through the early 2000s, American migration followed a distinctive pattern: people moved from urban centers to the suburbs, and from the northern US to Sun Belt states like California, Texas and Florida. 292 more words

This Week In History: February 23-March 1

February 23, 1848: The French Revolution of 1848 begins.

February 24, 1809: London’s Drury Lane Theatre burns to the ground, leaving owner Richard Brinsley Sheridan destitute. 51 more words

Regency

U.S. Census: 17% black teens (15 to 17) live with both parents

Washington Examiner: A comprehensive survey of U.S. Census data finds that the nuclear American family, where both biological parents are at home, is in meltdown, with blacks teens being hit especially hard with less than 2-in-10 15-17-year-olds living with mom and dad. 47 more words

Culture

Design favorites – 12/25

This week, we featured the recently-released results of the American Community Survey from the U.S. Census Bureau in the Longboat Observer. The survey revealed demographic details of the Longboat Key community. 51 more words

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