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Today, Young Women in the United States Are More Likely to Die Than at Any Point Since the 1960s. Why?
The first in a series of three blogs on our new "Losing More Ground" report, published November 30.
Mark Mather from our U.S. Programs team looks back at key population trends since he joined PRB in 1998.
5 takeaways from population data in Arizona and New Mexico
The Best Years of Their Lives? Young Adults Reported More Anxiety Than Older Adults During Pandemic, Despite Lower Health Risks
The anxiety age gap between young and older adults grew during the COVID-19 pandemic, PRB analysis finds
“If we lose public trust in our data sources, it doesn’t matter the data that we collect,” Jordan said.
On this World Population Day, we’re examining the state of the care economy in the United States—and looking abroad for ways to strengthen it.
Attendees explored respondent privacy, data quality, and uses of data from the American Community Survey at the meeting, organized by PRB and the U.S. Census Bureau.
“The employers who think more creatively about policies are the ones who are going to come out ahead in the next couple of decades,” Elliott said.
After delays due to the pandemic, the U.S. Census Bureau has finally released a new batch of data from the 2020 Census. While the Demographic and Housing Characteristics data isn’t a current snapshot, it still gives us the most comprehensive and granular information available for the U.S. population.