Census and the Cities

GUESTS: William Frey Research Scientist, University of Michigan Population Studies Center Donald Plusquellic Mayor, Akron, Ohio Vincent Cianci Mayor, Providence, Rhode Island Bart Peterson Mayor, Indianapolis, Indiana The 2000 census shows that some cities have experienced unexpected gains in population since 1990. Indianapolis, Omaha and Jersey City have gained residents. Washington, New Orleans. Philadelphia and others have LOST residents, but at a slower rate than a decade ago. Join guest host Frank Stasio for a look at what the census says about urban America.

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