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St. Louis is Shrinking – Where’s Everyone Going?

The next census is five years away, but already some are wondering if the city’s population could dip below 300,000 people for the first time since the 1870s.

03/23/2015

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New Census Numbers Reveal Wide Disparity In Regional Education Levels

80% of Ladue residents have college degrees, compared to 6.7% in East Alton.

12/06/2012

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St. Louis Sees Growth In Younger Demographic

More young adults moved into city than moved out recently, study says.

12/03/2011

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Same-Sex Household Numbers Up in Missouri

The vast majority of same-sex households were in or near some of Missouri’s largest cities, including St. Louis, Kansas City and Columbia.

07/28/2011

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Missouri and Kansas Population Numbers Holding

More people are moving to Kansas and Missouri than are moving out.

06/06/2011

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Young Professionals Flock to St. Louis City

Number of college-educated residents aged 25-to-34 years old shot up by 87-percent.

04/01/2011

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New Redistricting Plan Would Also Consolidate St. Louis Districts

The new plan by Ron Casey would consolidate the two St. Louis city districts into one — as also suggested by Republican John Diehl.

04/01/2011

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St. Louis County Cities Weigh Census Challenges

Cities within St. Louis County are considering their options for challenging the most recent Census numbers.

03/30/2011

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Plato, Mo., New Center of Nation’s Population

Missouri is truly the nation’s heartland.

03/24/2011

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St. Louis Leaders Concede, Census Likely Accurate

The census showed the city lost about 8 percent of its population over the past 10 years.

03/24/2011

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