AbstractThe newly released census data for the current decade to date (2010–2017), as well as the break in trend evident by the last year of data for this period, adds uncertainty to the next stage of the region’s development. The most immediate concern is whether the suburban population “uptick” between 2016 and 2017 is just a blip--a "dead cat bounce"--on what had increasingly been viewed as the “new” fundamental demographic: urban-focused population recentralization. Or is it a “trendlet” portending a different regional future about to unfold?
SubjectsEconomic, Demographic, Region, Suburban, Urban, Census, Data
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