Whether it's a new release of government data or news stories that need historic metrics for context, find articles that dive deep into the issues here. The Census Bureau, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Congressional Budget Office, and more: USAFacts is here to provide bias-free context and visuals to help Americans understand the numbers behind the news. USAFacts is always digging into data on employment in America, why people immigrate to the US, how much Congress is spending, and more, so check back often for new reports.
The percentage of people working from home tripled between 2019 and 2021, while housing got more expensive relative to income.
COVID-19 accounted for half of the decrease in life expectancy.
Maine and Florida have the highest elderly shares of their populations, driven by larger baby boom generations and migration of older people.
Utah and Texas have the highest young shares of their populations, driven by high birth rates and low death rates.
Five states, including California and Texas, contribute about 41% of US GDP.
Explore how your part of the country has changed demographically by visualizing decades of population data.
Even during the pandemic, immigration has contributed to US population growth.
What nonpartisan data says about the state of women in the United States, from labor force participation to seats in Congress.
The Census Bureau’s formula for measuring diversity shows that every state is more varied racially and ethnically than decades past.
USAFacts provides its own data-driven State of the Union in Numbers so Americans can decide for themselves how the country is doing.
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