Fathers in the U.S. tend to be better educated than men without children, and relatively few men have children over age 40.
The previous growth big cities had experienced in the first half of the decade was fueled by millennials who delayed home-buying in the suburbs after the recession and stuck it out in large cities.
There appeared to be a clear divide between the court’s justices in arguments in a case that could affect how many seats states have in the House of Representatives and their share of federal dollars over the next 10 years.
New annual estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau show that Baltimore is continuing to shed inhabitants.
The D.C. region’s population keeps growing, though not as fast as it was earlier this decade. And the reasons behind the sustained growth might be surprising.
About 22 percent of District residents don’t have online access in their homes or on their phones. Federal aid such as Medicaid, food stamps, housing and child care vouchers and school grants are based on the census count.
There are now more women in the medical fields, politics, and in the nation’s boardrooms, according to new statistics released by the U.S. Census Bureau.
A federal judge in New York had previously blocked the administration from adding the question to the population count that occurs every 10 years, and the U.S. Supreme Court last month agreed to review that decision.
Commuters in Charles County, Maryland, and Fauquier County, Virginia, have the most expensive commutes in the country, according to Bloomberg analysis of census data.
The Supreme Court will decide whether the 2020 census can include a question about citizenship that could affect the allocation of seats in the House of Representatives and the distribution of billions of dollars in federal money.
The ruling came in a case in which a dozen states or big cities and immigrants’ rights groups argued that adding the question might frighten immigrant households away from participating in the census.
Maryland’s biggest city is hardly alone in dealing with issues of urban decay. Nationwide, places like Detroit and Newark have struggled with similar problems.
More than a dozen states and big cities, among others, have sued over Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross’ decision to add a citizenship question to the census for the first time since 1950.
President Donald Trump announced his intention Wednesday to nominate Steven Dillingham of Virginia to be the next director of the U.S. Census Bureau.
The Trump administration’s decision to ask people about their citizenship in the 2020 census set off worries among Democrats that immigrants will dodge the survey altogether, diluting political representation for states that tend to vote Democratic and robbing many communities of federal dollars.
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