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MONDAY, SEP 27, 2021
Where in the U.S. is the Gender Pay Gap Most Pronounced?

The typical male working full-time in the U.S. earned $1.25 for every $1 earned by a woman, according to a Social Explorer analysis of 2015-19 American Community Surve... more

MONDAY, SEP 27, 2021
Child Poverty, 2019

One of every 5 U.S. children lives in poverty, according to the 2015-19 American Community Survey. A Social Explorer analysis of Census data finds a majority of childr... more

THURSDAY, SEP 23, 2021
White Median Household Income, 2019

Seven of the 10 counties with the highest median incomes for white households in 2019 were located in and around the nation’s capital, according to a Social Expl... more

WEDNESDAY, SEP 22, 2021
Grandparents Solely Responsible for Grandchildren, 2010-18

The number of grandparents who are the primary caretakers for their grandchildren fell significantly over the decade, accompanying a drop in the percentage of grandpar... more

MONDAY, SEP 20, 2021
Change of U.S. White Population, 2010-19

The U.S. white population climbed over the last decade by more than 530,000 – significant, but not enough to continue shrinking relative to other racial groups, ... more

MONDAY, SEP 13, 2021
Seasonal Homes Across the United States

Are the Great Smoky Mountains waning as a top tourist destination? Probably not; their namesake public lands have been the most heavily visited U.S. national park for ... more

THURSDAY, SEP 02, 2021
Married Households with Children

Utah has traditionally had the highest percentage of married couples with children in the United States, and that didn’t change in 2019. A growing number of nucl... more

MONDAY, AUG 30, 2021
Where in the U.S. is There No Internet Internet Access?

The resurgence of the COVID-19 variant after a brief summer respite means school plans for many communities are uncertain. Millions of children may wind up spending an... more

MONDAY, AUG 30, 2021
Urgent Care Facilities and Emergency Medical Service Stations in the U.S.

The severity of climate change became even more obvious in July when skies over many East Coast cities and towns darkened – because of out-of-control forest fire... more

FRIDAY, AUG 27, 2021
U.S. Foreign Born Population, 1960-2010

One of the more contentious U.S. political issues of the last generation has been immigration. How much is too much? Even as the U.S. population becomes more diverse o... more

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