Now a political force, research shows GenZ voters crave information on candidates, issues
A generation shaped by mass shootings is looking for answers from policymakers.
Who says you have to get more conservative as you get older? | Ray E. Landis
Older voters will still play a key role in 2024, but experts suggest they're more likely to vote for Democrats.
Report: Philly’s city government workforce starting to look like the people it serves
The report by the City Controller's office hailed 'significant' progress at diversifying the ranks of city employees.
More U.S. counties lack a clear racial majority (And people are getting along pretty well)
In 152 counties, no racial group makes up more than half the population.
Why young voters are more likely to skip midterm elections than presidential races | Analysis
People ages 18 to 29 represent 16 percent of the total U.S. population. But they will be a smaller proportion of voters in November.
Young immigrants are turning to social media to engage on politics and elections | Opinion
And they're doing it even if they're ineligible to vote.
Census data hides the racial diversity of U.S. Hispanics to the country’s detriment | Opinion
While many of us Latine embrace our European heritage, we also embrace our Indigenous and African heritage.
How Coraopolis is becoming a community hub for Pittsburgh’s growing Latino population
The low cost-of-living, coupled with access to construction jobs, have proven a draw for the community's Latino residents.
Report: A third of states lost population in 2021 | Tuesday Morning Coffee
Pa. didn't lose, but was one of the five slowest-growing states, costing it a congressional seat, new data show.
What the 87% spike in America’s native population says about whiteness and demographics | Analysis
As more and more people reject whiteness in favor of indigeneity, they do so at the expense of tribal sovereignty.
The Philly ‘burbs grew over the last decade. That’s a problem for the GOP | Mark O’Keefe
New Census data must be a source consternation for Republican strategists who will have to overcome the state's changing landscape.
Asian Americans, Hispanics are the fastest growing part of the U.S. population | The Numbers Racket
Between 2000 and 2019, the Asian population in the United States grew 81 percent, making it the fastest-growing racial or ethnic group during the same timeframe, increasing from 10.5 million people in 2000 to a record-setting 18.9 million in 2019.