Miscellaneous

Although I don’t think it will really surprise many people, recent data indicates that the states of New York and Illinois are losing the most population in the country, followed by California, New Jersey and Connecticut. At the other end of the spectrum, Florida is enjoying the greatest influx of new residents followed by Texas…

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Miscellaneous

Population shifts continue to see the older northeast states losing population to the south and the sun belt according to the latest estimates from the US Census Bureau.  New York dropped again from its 2015 estimate as Texas and Florida showed significant population growth – Florida grew by more than twice the national average, while…

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Miscellaneous

Last week, the US Census Bureau issued its annual report on population estimates and trends from July, 2014 to July 2015.  According to the report, the US population increased by 0.79 percent to 321.4 million people (that’s a lot of coffee!). North Dakota (+2.3%) was the fastest-growing state for the fourth consecutive year, while the…

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