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TUESDAY, AUG 20, 2019
Maine Retains Vacationland Title But Rest of U.S. Is Catching Up
Americans may not be taking enough vacation time, but that hasn’t stopped us from building more vacation homes. The number of vacation homes added since 2010 inc... more
THURSDAY, AUG 08, 2019
Analysis Shows Almost Even Split Between Naturalized and Non-Citizen Immigrants
In the wake of a debate over the possible addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 Census, the words “immigrant” and “non-citizen” are being used interchangeably... more
FRIDAY, AUG 02, 2019
Texas Cities Come Closest to Bygone Era of Cleaver Family Economics
Single-earner households may have gone the way of car fins, rotary-dial telephone, and the Hula Hoop, but that doesn’t mean that supporting a family on one middle-clas... more
WEDNESDAY, JUL 17, 2019
Case Study: Powering Market Research in Real Estate Using Social Explorer
“Social Explorer delivers critical, and the most recent, renter-household demographics necessary for smart apartment community design. Social Explorer’s ea... more
WEDNESDAY, JUL 17, 2019
Andrew Beveridge’s Report Reveals How NYC’s Housing Policy Perpetuates Segregation
In light of the issue of racial segregation becoming a political flashpoint in New York City, the recent release of Social Explorer CEO Andrew Beveridge’s report... more
MONDAY, JUL 15, 2019
California Boasts Four of Top 10 Metros for Women Seeking Gender Pay Equity
California, which already boasts the nation’s strongest gender pay equity law, now has four of the 10 most equal metros, according to a Social Explorer analysis ... more
WEDNESDAY, JUL 03, 2019
Social Explorer debuts new features
In the past three months, Social Explorer has added new features designed to allow users to do more with our platform. We hope this leads to new insights and stor... more
THURSDAY, JUN 27, 2019
High Court Leaves Door Open (Barely) for 2020 Citizenship Question
Non-Citizen Growth Highest in GOP Strongholds A Supreme Court ruling today (June 27) that delays a decision on the inclusion of a citizenship question on the 2... more
FRIDAY, JUN 21, 2019
FiveThirtyEight Highlights Social Explorer in Census Case Analysis
The Supreme Court ruling on whether or not to add a new citizenship question to the Census will affect the 2020 survey, representation, and much more. In "Ho... more
MONDAY, MAY 20, 2019
2020 Citizenship Question Likely to Have Lasting, Deep Effects
The U.S. Supreme Court is currently considering Department of Commerce v. New York, a case challenging the Trump administration’s proposed inclusion of a citizen... more
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