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More Interesting Notes from The Census

In 2000, there were 11 neighborhoods in the City with more  than 8,000 people living in them. Today, there are only seven. The 20 most populous neighborhoods are: The 20 least populous neighborhoods are:

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Census Shows 8% Loss in City Population

The results of the 2010 U.S. Census released Thursday, February 24, show that the population of the City of St. Louis continued to decline over the last decade, now reaching it’s lowest level since the latter part of the 19th Century. Despite early estimates that predicted the city’s population had actually increased to around 347,181, [...]

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Early Census Data is In, Redistricting Starts Soon

The first real population numbers have been released by the U.S. Census Bureau giving us a view of population shifts reflected in the 2010 Census. One major use for decennial census data is for geographically defining state legislative districts and ward boundaries, a “redistricting” process that begins in 2011.

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