Population density is a new indicator we have, and tells how many people are packed into an area. And to no one’s surprise, the Big Apple tops the lists.
The Census Bureau defines cost burdened renters as households for whom gross rent is 30% or more of household income.
As the nation debates the need for healthcare reform, a question worth asking is: where are the most uninsured populations?
The U.S. Census collects information on the location of companies, their number of employees and primary industry, and presents this data in its CBP series.
Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts is known as a playground of the affluent, but its year round residents need to pay a pretty penny.