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Our analysis of January data from the U.S. Census Bureau finds 11.6% of American adults experienced a loss of employment income in January despite a record-low overall unemployment rate. Learn which states and major U.S. cities are home to the hardest-hit workers.
Our analysis of December data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows just how dire the infant formula shortage continues to be in each state and in some of America's biggest cities.
Our analysis of U.S. Census Bureau housing data reveals rental vacancy rates have hit near-record lows. How does the rental housing availability in your city and state compare?
Analysis of August U.S. Census Bureau data shows more than a quarter of Americans reduced or skipped basic expenses such as food or medicine to pay an energy bill in the past year. Our report highlights the residents of states who are struggling the most.
24% of small businesses in the U.S. expect to need a new supply chain option within the next six months, according to our analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data. Find out which states and cities are facing the highest need.
Our analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data shows nearly 2 out of every 3 people who identify as LGBTQ experienced some degree of depression in January. Learn about the states where LGBTQ residents are suffering at a higher rate, and where they are reporting no depression at all.
Our analysis of December 2022 data from the U.S. Census Bureau highlights the high rates of stress recent inflation is causing around the country. Find out which states and cities are home to residents facing the highest rates of financial stress.
Our analysis of employment data from the Census Bureau reveals the top cities that attracted new workers in Q2 2020, when COVID-19 lockdowns first hit the U.S. economy. Find out if your city makes the list as one of the most resilient cities in 2020.
Children ages 12 to 17 are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccination in the U.S., but vaccine hesitancy among adults means many children likely won't receive a vaccination. In this report, we highlight the states with the highest rates of adults who won't get their kids vaccinated against COVID-19, and we explore some of the reasons for their vaccine skepticism.
Using national tax return data from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), we identified the ZIP code in every U.S. state where taxpayers claimed the most charitable contributions on their tax returns. Find out what city is home to the most generous taxpayers in your state.
U.S. Census Bureau data released Aug. 11, 2021 reveals hundreds of thousands of seniors in parts of the country may not be able to pay their rent next month. Our report explores which state's seniors are struggling the most and how the nationwide eviction moratorium may affect these vulnerable older adults.
Our survey of over 1,000 married men and women in America finds that over 1 in 5 married people have a secret bank account or savings that they've hidden from their spouse, and a quarter of husbands are lying about their personal debt. Learn more about the financial lies people are telling their spouses and expert advice on how to prevent and deal with financial infidelity.
We analyzed fatal car crash data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and identified the rates of deadly holiday driving in each state. Find out how dangerous your state is for holiday driving and explore the deadliest states for holiday driving each winter.
New U.S. Census Bureau data reveals how many Americans with children in the home are unable to provide adequate food for the household, by state. Learn more about rising child food insecurity in America and find out how many families in your state are struggling.
New analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data reveals 20% of Black renters and over 15% of Hispanic renters are struggling to keep up with rent payments. Find out how minority renters in your state are being affected.
Our analysis of May 2022 U.S. Census Bureau data reveals a troubling trend: millions of young adults report regular or constant anxiety but aren’t getting the mental health therapy they say they need. Find out what states are facing the highest levels of unmet mental health treatment.
Nearly 1 out of 3 small businesses in America reported difficulties hiring new employees in April 2022. Our analysis of U.S. Census Bureau employment data reveals the states and cities where small businesses are struggling the most.
Using federal data from the U.S. Census Bureau, we found 3.8 million Hispanic Americans aren't getting the mental health care services they need. Our report explores the issue, including expert public health analysis and local Spanish-language resources to help serve Latino Americans.
Our analysis of CDC data tracking rates of chlamydia, gonorrhea and HIV over a 10-year period reveals high increases of reported cases in adults ages 55 and over. Find out which states have the highest rates of increases in senior STDs, and explore helpful resources for sexually active senior adults.