Tag Archives: North Carolina

5 things you need to know about the 2013 county population estimates

In the three years following the 2010 Census, North Carolina’s population grew by nearly 313,000 residents. With today’s release of the 2013 county population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau, we can now examine where in the state this growth … Continue reading

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Peak construction: When did NC housing stock grow the most?

Due to decade-to-decade changes in municipal boundaries and Census tabulation boundaries, examining housing change over time at the sub-county level can be very difficult. To overcome these challenges, Carolina Demography used 2010 Census and 2006-2011 American Community Survey data to … Continue reading

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How many Orange County workers can (and do) take the bus to work?

In 2012, 80% of U.S. commuters drove alone to work. In the push to reduce traffic congestion and vehicle emissions, as well as improve quality of life and health outcomes—both physical and fiscal—for commuters, many are encouraging car alternatives. The … Continue reading

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Homelessness in North Carolina

Click here to see the most recent 2014 data on homelessness in North Carolina. The article I read yesterday motivated me to look into data on homelessness in North Carolina. The interactive map below shows data from the North Carolina … Continue reading

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