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U.s. Census

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under U.s. Census, from most recent to least.

DC Lost an Estimated 20,000 Residents in 2021

DC Lost an Estimated 20,000 Residents in 2021

Nena Perry-Brown | Jan 3rd

Per the Census, DC saw the largest annual population decrease nationwide.... read»

Navy Yard to Ward 8, Kingman Park to Ward 6: Final Map of New Ward Boundaries Released

Navy Yard to Ward 8, Kingman Park to Ward 6: Final Map of New Ward Boundaries Released

Nena Perry-Brown | Nov 18th

The DC Council Sub-Committee on Redistricting released the final map on Thursday.... read»

DC Added Second-Most Housing Units Per Square Mile in the Past Decade

DC Added Second-Most Housing Units Per Square Mile in the Past Decade

Nena Perry-Brown | Aug 18th

The counties with more housing construction per square mile were all in the New York metro area.... read»

The Section of DC That Saw the Largest Population Boom Over the Last Decade

The Section of DC That Saw the Largest Population Boom Over the Last Decade

Nena Perry-Brown | Aug 12th

Hint: It also happens to be the largest ward and, unsurprisingly, contains some of the neighborhoods that have experienced the most construction in re... read»

Not Quite 690,000 Residents: DC's Latest Population Estimate

Not Quite 690,000 Residents: DC's Latest Population Estimate

Nena Perry-Brown | Apr 26th

The number is far lower than last year's estimated population of 712,816.... read»

DC Added an Estimated 7,000 Residents in 2020

DC Added an Estimated 7,000 Residents in 2020

Nena Perry-Brown | Jan 4th

Per Census projections, there were nearly 713,000 DC residents last year.... read»

Are Millennials Leaving DC?

Are Millennials Leaving DC?

Nena Perry-Brown | Sep 26th

New population data shows that while older millennials are DC's largest demographic group, younger millennials are growing more scarce.... read»

How Where You Live in DC Affects Your Upward Mobility

How Where You Live in DC Affects Your Upward Mobility

Nena Perry-Brown | Oct 4th

A recently released study of Census Bureau data maps where upward mobility is most likely to be enjoyed by a child born into various circumstances.... read»

Whether Moving Out or In, DC Residents Are Staying Close

Whether Moving Out or In, DC Residents Are Staying Close

Shilpi Paul | Nov 16th

Regardless of if they are moving out or coming in, District residents are staying close to the city, according to reports released by Trulia and The W... read»

More Single Moms Now Renting, Census Data Reveals

More Single Moms Now Renting, Census Data Reveals

Shilpi Paul | Nov 3rd

Apartment developers may want to consider switching out swinging rooftop lounges for swing sets. Single moms are now the fastest growing group of rent... read»

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