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This map shows the most commonly spoken language in every US state, excluding English and Spanish

According to Business Insider tabulations of individual-level census data, German, French, and Vietnamese are common in several states.
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Here are the US states that could be hit hardest by the ‘tech cold war’

To get a sense of how a trade war could affect various states' economies, we took a look at Census data on how much trade each state has with China.

The most common ancestry in every US state

Using individual-level Census survey data, we found the most common self-identified ancestry in each US state and DC.

There are fewer immigrants moving to the US. This map shows where they’re headed.

Florida, the Bay Area, the East Coast, and Texas stand out, with counties in the northern Great Plains also seeing growth in immigrant communities.

The 15 states with the largest middle class

The middle class faces some major financial challenges when compared to their wealthier peers.

A lot of Americans are moving South — and many are heading to Florida

According to a recent data release from the US Census Bureau, counties in the South and West tended to have more people move in than move out.

The 15 states with the smallest middle class

Using data from the US Census Bureau, we found how many households fall between 2/3 and 200% of the median household income in each state.

Here are the US counties where more people are dying than being born

Parts of the far Northeast, Appalachia, Florida, and the upper Midwest have seen many more deaths than births.
CEO David Kenny: "The last thing that business needs is for the next 10 years of data to be built on a faulty foundation."

Nielsen’s CEO says asking for citizenship status on the 2020 census will hurt the economy

Nielsen CEO David Kenny spoke out against asking for citizenship status in the US 2020 census.

Here are the fastest growing and shrinking counties in America

Suburban counties around big southern metropolitan areas grew quickly.