Blog Entry List

A look at income and age among people moving to our state and those moving out. Using IRS migration data, we dive into patterns among state-to-state movers.

North Carolina's population growth in the last few decades has become largely driven by migration into the state. Reliable state-to-state migration data can be challenging to find. Using IRS migration data we can see some patterns in where people are moving to and from.

The next 20 years will see the older adult population grow. Urban and suburban counties will likely see more growth than others.

Dramatic shifts are underway in North Carolina's population. What will this mean for our state and how are we preparing for these changes?

Trends of note in North Carolina's population estimates

Log Into North Carolina (LINC) looks at North Carolina’s traffic safety data for Traffic Safety Awareness Month. Learn more about state traffic trends and increase awareness of safety.

The State Data Center is a valuable resource for anyone looking for data in North Carolina. Learn more about the SDC with these five images.

The 2020 Census Demographic Profile and Demographic and Housing Characteristic datasets provide rich detail into North Carolina's communities.

The Hispanic population is younger than other population segments. What does that mean for the state's demographics decades from now?

The Hispanic population in North Carolina hasn’t just grown in the last three decades. Where the Hispanic population lives is also evolving.

Since the 1990s, the Hispanic population has been the fastest growing population demographic in North Carolina. New demographic data explores characteristics of this population segment.

The Government Research Partnership Learning Forum, hosted by the NC Office of Strategic Partnerships, provided a unique, real-time opportunity to connect and learn about existing work and potential future collaborations. Here's why that matters.

OSBM now provides age-specific population estimates and projections for Hispanic/Non-Hispanic populations in North Carolina and North Carolina counties.

The US Census Bureau recently released new definitions of urban areas. What does this change mean for North Carolina?

The State Demographer's latest population projections show North Carolina will reach 14.0 million people by 2050 – adding 3.5 million people from July 1, 2021 to July 1, 2050, a 32.7% increase.