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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
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
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
Social Explorer's Andrew Beveridge in Supreme Court Amicus Brief on Citizenship Question
Social Explorer's co-founder and president Andrew Beveridge contributed to an amicus brief of historians and social scientists in the legal case surrounding t... more
TUESDAY, APR 02, 2019
Social Explorer's Andrew Beveridge Assists Long Island Election Case
A group of Long Island, NY, residents and community groups are suing to change the way Islip Town Board members are elected. Their lawsuit alleges that the current at-... more
SUNDAY, DEC 02, 2018
Social Explorer Study Referenced in Talking Points Memo Article on Census Question Controversy
The debate over whether or not the U.S. Census Bureau should add a question to the decennial survey about citizenship is making its way through the courts all the... more
THURSDAY, NOV 29, 2018
Social Explorer in The New York Times on Bike-Lane Controversy
A New York Times article on a neighborhood divided over the addition of a new bike path cites Social Explorer in the discussion. The city plans to build... more
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