A Decade of U.S. Population Growth & Decline We have had a lot of posts about population data – especially the importance of knowing where people are moving to/from. Today’s graphic from the Visual Capitalist illustrates a decade of population movement across U.S. counties, painting a detailed picture of U.S. population growth between 2010 and
U.S. Population Growth Lowest on Record in 2021 The NAHB’s Eye on Housing recently took a close look at recent Census data to reveal that, in 2021, the U.S. experienced the lowest level of growth on record. According to the data, U.S. population increased by 393,000 to an estimated 332 million from the previous year.
Changes in State Population Over One Year Recently reported moving data keeps showing an exodus from high-tax states to those with better climes. Today’s graphic from the U.S. Census Bureau shows changes in population for all 50 U.S. states (and Puerto Rico) and it seems to be pretty consistent with the recent data. Stay safe
Hartville Missouri is the “Center of Population” for America Where is America’s “Center of Population?” Well, according to data from the 2020 Census, the current center of the population is near Hartville, Missouri. The town of about 600 people, in Central Missouri will have the honor for the next 10 years at which time a
2020 Census Population and Housing State Data The U.S. Census Bureau says 2020’s census marked the 24th count of the U.S. population. Indeed….that data is now starting to trickle for all to analyze and today’s interactive infographic is a great place to start. Be sure to click on the graphic below in order to drill