Thursday, January 12th, 2012
Black Only Population, Change in Location Quotient, 2000-2010
My latest post is online over at New Geography. It’s called “The Shifting Landscape of Diversity in Metro America.” In it I use location quotients to track which metros have boosted their concentration in various ethnic groups, and also for children. It’s kind of an experimental analysis but I hope you enjoy it.
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