Census Bureau estimates show Fairfax County has been losing population since 2018. What does that mean for the state?
Virginia migration trends
Lynchburg metro grows, Roanoke metro shrinks
Another look at the latest census estimates, which show some potentially important new population trends.
Which locality has the biggest problem with people moving out?
And which locality in our part of Virginia is doing the best job of attracting new residents? Answers herein.
How many people would each locality have to attract to gain population?
The latest census report has good news for some places but not others. Also, Roanoke has dropped back under 100,000.
Census Bureau suggests we may be seeing a Zoom migration, after all
New census estimates show many localities across rural Virginia have seen more people move in than move out during the pandemic.
Is there really going be a Zoom-era migration to rural areas?
A study by the Pew Research Center casts doubt on the notion, but still holds out some hope.
The numbers we ought to be paying attention to
1. Virginia has the nation’s biggest disparity between affluent localities and poor ones. 2. The localities that benefit most from remote workers.