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FRIDAY, SEP 29, 2023
Social Explorer analysis for The New York Times finds Manhattan income gap exceeds Third World levels

Three boroughs in New York City have the highest income gaps in the country, according to a Social Explorer analysis conducted for The New York Times. The island ...

SATURDAY, JUN 24, 2023
Social Explorer Analysis: Fewer Kids Equals An Older United States

The graying of the United States is simple math. “Fewer kids are being born,” Andrew Beveridge, president and co-founder of Social Explorer, told The New Y...

FRIDAY, JUN 02, 2023
Discovering Electricity Bargains: Western United States Takes the Lead with Abundant Affordable Power Bills

Most of the best deals for electricity are in the western United States, according to a Social Explorer analysis of 2017-21 American Community Survey data. Only 7.5 pe...

FRIDAY, MAY 26, 2023
High Electricity Costs and the Impact on the U.S. Economy: A Social Explorer Analysis

More than 15.5 percent of American households pay $250 or more for their monthly electricity bill, according to a Social Explorer analysis of 2017-21 American Communit...

THURSDAY, MAY 18, 2023
Unveiling the Surprising Findings: Homeownership Trends and Challenges Across America’s Counties

Where are people having the hardest time buying a house? A Social Explorer analysis of homeownership over the last decade offers a surprising answer. Homeownership fel...

SUNDAY, APR 30, 2023
Examining the Aggregate Income Deficit in the U.S.: A Look at the 2021 Numbers and Historical Trends

The aggregate income deficit – the amount it would take to lift every person in the U.S. out of poverty – reached $75.9 billion in 2021, according to the 2...

SUNDAY, APR 23, 2023
Over 5 Million Native Americans Born Overseas, According to Latest American Community Survey: Social Explorer’s Mapping Tools Reveal Top Counties

Almost 5.5 million American natives, roughly 1 of every 50 people in the country, were born overseas, according to the 2017-21 American Community Survey. The figure do...

MONDAY, APR 10, 2023
Multiracial Population in the US on the Rise, Concentrated in Hawaii and Oklahoma Counties

The United States is becoming a more diverse, multiracial nation, with about 10.5 million – slightly more than 3 percent of the population – is composed of...

FRIDAY, MAR 31, 2023
Social Explorer, New York Times Analysis finds more immigrants and suburbanites

An analysis of newly released Census data by Social Explorer and The New York Times finds the numbers of immigrants almost tripled in the nation’s most populated...

TUESDAY, MAR 15, 2022
Social Explorer Supports Voting Rights in Georgia’s 2020 Special Senatorial Election

The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. and other organizations were very concerned about Cobb County, Georgia, eliminating advance voting sites for the 202...

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