U.S. Census Bureau
Florida has now surpassed New York as the third most populous state in the country according to new numbers released on Tuesday by U.S. Census Bureau.
If it feels like your kids are never going to leave home, you might be onto something. Right now young adults in Florida are earning less, are less likely to marry and are more likely to be living with their parents than in years past.
Newly released data shows how much of Florida’s workers are from out-of-state as well as where they came from before moving to Florida in 2012.
Atlanta Hawks co-owner Bruce Levenson said Sunday he is selling his controlling interest in the team, in part due to an inflammatory email he said he wrote in an attempt “to bridge Atlanta’s racial sports divide.”
As Gov. Rick Scott tours the state this week honoring military veterans, he is marking the contributions of a bloc of voters that could help in his difficult re-election fight.
In 2011, nearly 25,000 residents moved from Miami-Dade County to Broward County, making it the largest county-to-county migration in Florida.
Florida narrowed in on New York’s spot as third most populated state in the nation but did’t quite get there, leaving it in the number four spot.
With hundreds of millions of dollars hanging in the balance, multiple cities across the country are challenging the 2010 Census count as being too low for the current population.
The melting pot that is Miami got burned by the 2010 Census and it could cost the town billions of dollars in federal funding, according to city officials.