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Health Insurance Coverage in the United States: 2014

Categories: Headlines,Health Insurance,Population/Census,Statistics

Reports that the percentage of people without health insurance coverage for the entire year of 2014 was 10.4%, down from 13.3% in 2013. Also shows health insurance coverage by types of coverage, by race and Hispanic origin, and by states. From the Census Bureau


Income and Poverty in the United States: 2014

Categories: Headlines,Income/Poverty,Population/Census,Statistics

Reports that real median household income in 2014 and the official poverty rate were not statistically different from the 2013 medians. The official poverty rate was 14.8% or 46.7 million people in poverty. From the Census Bureau


Health Insurance

Categories: Health Insurance,Income/Poverty,Population/Census,Statistics

A series of tables on health insurance status of Americans by selected characteristics including poverty status.  From the Census Bureau


2013 Poverty Table of Contents

Categories: Income/Poverty,Population/Census,Statistics

Includes characteristics of families, work experience, source of income, years of school completed and more.  From the redesigned Current Population Survey.  From the Census Bureau


Income and Poverty in the United States: 2013 Detailed Tables

Categories: Income/Poverty,Population/Census,Statistics

Covers households, families, and persons based on redesigned questions from the Current Population Survey.  From the Census Bureau


Nearly 1 in 5 Movers Relocate to a Different Metro Area

Categories: Immigration/Migration,Population/Census,Statistics

Agency press release which summarizes changes in metro area and county flow patterns of migration.  Offers links to metro-to-metro migration flow tables and county-to-county migration flow tables.  From the Census Bureau


Who Drives to Work? Commuting by Automobile in the United States: 2013

Categories: Headlines,Labor/Employment,Population/Census,Statistics,Transportation,Urban Issues

Focuses on patterns of commuting by private vehicle among U.S. workers in 2013.  Highlights differences in rates of automobile commuting by key population characteristics such as age, race, ethnicity, and the types of residential communities.  From the Census Bureau


World Population Prospects: Key Findings and Advance Tables: 2015 Revision

Categories: Population/Census,Statistics,United Nations

World’s population is projected to reach 8.5 billion by 2030 and 9.7 billion by 2050.  Half of the world’s population growth over the next 35 years is expected to occur in just nine countries with India, Nigeria, and Pakistan as the leaders.  From the Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations


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