Tag Archives: population projections

NC in Focus: Veteran Population, 2015

The U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey contains detailed data about our nation’s veterans, their demographic characteristics, their social lives, and their economic well-being. This is the data we have used in previous snapshots of North Carolina’s veterans (here and … Continue reading

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2020 Reapportionment Will Shift Political Power South and West

Every decade, following the decennial Census, the 435 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives are allocated to the 50 states on the basis of their population. After the 2000 Census, 12 House seats shifted between 18 states. Ten states … Continue reading

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North Carolina County Population, 1920 to 2030

Between 1920 and 2010, North Carolina’s population increased from 2.6 million residents to more than 9.5 million residents. With nearly 80,700 residents in 1920, Mecklenburg was the state’s most populous county then as it is today. But in 1920, Mecklenburg only … Continue reading

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Demographic Data Resources

At Carolina Demography, we regularly field questions from individuals and organizations about demographic data availability, usage, and interpretation. Curious about what’s out there? Here’s our guide to key data resources for North Carolina. Decennial Census The Census is conducted every … Continue reading

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NC in Focus: Asian Population

In 1978, Congress established the first week of May as Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week to coincide with two important historical milestones: the arrival of the first Japanese immigrants to the United States on May 7, 1843, and the contributions of … Continue reading

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