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Blog - Category Data Snacks
TUESDAY, JUN 02, 2020
Social Distancing Weighs Heavily in Areas with Large Housing Units

There are few places where social distancing has weighed as heavily upon Americans as the large apartment buildings — containing at least 50 units — that m... more

MONDAY, JUN 01, 2020
There’s a new U.S. capital of Italian-Americans, and it’s not in Manhattan’s Little Italy

There’s a new U.S. capital of Italian-Americans, and it’s not in Manhattan’s Little Italy or the Bronx’s Arthur Avenue. Close, though: Seven of... more

WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 2020
Widowed Population Across the U.S.

There haven't been many silver linings in the coronavirus pandemic department, but amid heart-rending photos of Americans unable to visit elderly, ailing family me... more

WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 2020
Counties with High Percentages of Service Economy Workers also Hardest Hit by the Coronavirus Pandemic

More than 27 million Americans – almost 1 in every five members of the U.S. workforce – are part of the service economy, working in health-care, law enforc... more

TUESDAY, MAY 19, 2020
Gentrification most Pronounced in Unexpected Neighborhoods

By at least one measure, gentrification is most pronounced in neighborhoods on the East and West Coast. It’s probably just not the neighborhoods you’d expe... more

MONDAY, MAY 18, 2020
Average Congregation Size

Los Angeles – the City of Angels – has more than 5.2 million residents who are having to worship at home during the coronavirus pandemic, more than any oth... more

THURSDAY, MAY 14, 2020
Amidst a Pandemic, much of the U.S. Surviving Due to Diverse Warehouse and Transportation Network

Amidst an epic pandemic sweeping the globe, much of the U.S. is surviving because of a diverse warehouse and transportation network that’s primarily located clos... more

WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 2020
America’s Population is Getting Older

The U.S. is getting older. The percentage of households with at least one person 65 years or older climbed 2.6 percent between 2014 and 2018. There are now 28.7 percen... more

TUESDAY, MAY 12, 2020
The Nation’s Black Population Hit Especially Hard by the Coronavirus Pandemic

The nation’s black population has been hit especially hard by the coronavirus pandemic, with majority black counties having infection rates that are three times ... more

FRIDAY, MAY 08, 2020
The Zoomburbs of America

Call them Zoomburbs: The places with the highest percentage of workers most likely to be able to telecommute – those in management, business, and financial occup... more

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