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Why are there more New Yorkers in North Carolina than Texas?

Writing at The Upshot, a policy and politics focused website from the New York Times, Gregor Aisch, Robert Gebeloff, and Kevin Quealy, recently released a series of interactive graphics on where residents of each state were born, documenting trends from … Continue reading

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Size of Non-NC Native Population by County

To follow up on Monday’s post, here’s a look at the┬ásize of the┬ápopulation born outside of North Carolina by county. In general, these follow total population patterns: Mecklenburg is the most populous county in the state, followed closely by Wake. … Continue reading

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Non-NC Native Population by County

One hundred years ago, when North Carolina had a population of about 2.5 million people, more than nine out of 10 residents were native Tar Heels. Today’s North Carolina, in contrast, approaches a population of 10 million, with more than … Continue reading

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