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U.S. Census Bureau’s latest population estimates offers the first glimpse at post-pandemic trends. Will these trends continue in North Carolina?

North Carolina's population is becoming older. One challenge for older adults is ageism. Understand what it is and why it's important to overcome this bias.

Suburban, exurban, and recreation/retirement counties show strong population gains from other North Carolina counties

Seven counties and 14 municipalities received corrections to their official 2020 Census count after the Census Bureau's review.

In North Carolina, 8.7 million people age 5 and older speak only English at home (88% of the 5 and older population). But other languages can be found spoken in North Carolina as well.

Most of North Carolina’s immigrant population arrived over a decade ago from all parts of the world, work in a variety of industries, and live in urban and rural areas of the state.

North Carolina is projected to reach 11.7 million people by 2030. It's not just the population total that will change.

The US Census Bureau's latest population estimates show North Carolina continues to grow by leaps and bounds.

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.

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.