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U.S. Census In Hawaii

Racial Inequality In Hawaii Is A Lot Worse Than You Think Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Racial Inequality In Hawaii Is A Lot Worse Than You Think

Japanese, Okinawan and white residents are significantly wealthier than Native Hawaiians and more recent immigrants from Polynesia and Micronesia.

By the Numbers: Many People Move to Hawaii and Many Others Leave

By the Numbers: Many People Move to Hawaii and Many Others Leave

Recently released census results highlight big immigration and emigration, study rates, real estate and more.
Census: Hawaii Still Ranks High in Older, Minority Populations

Census: Hawaii Still Ranks High in Older, Minority Populations

The state also has the highest percentage of those of mixed-race and Asian ancestry.
Hawaii No Longer Magnet for Young, Single, Educated

Hawaii No Longer Magnet for Young, Single, Educated

Census working paper shows historic migration patterns.
Census: Honolulu and San Diego Swap Residents Flickr: ackook

Census: Honolulu and San Diego Swap Residents

County-to-county data shows where people come from, move to.
For First Time, Most Hawaii Moms Under 30 Are Unmarried

For First Time, Most Hawaii Moms Under 30 Are Unmarried

Figure has jumped 19 percentage points since 1990, mirroring national trend.

Redistricting Panel Deals One Senator Bad Hand

UPDATED 9/28/11 11:45 a.m. Kaneohe Sen. Tokuda could have three elections in four years.
Hawaii Redistricting Panel Faces ‘Terrible Dilemma’

Hawaii Redistricting Panel Faces ‘Terrible Dilemma’

Military data doesn't match Census data, commission finds.
Six Hawaii Reps Could Face Incumbents Next Year

Six Hawaii Reps Could Face Incumbents Next Year

Proposed political boundaries would pit incumbents against one another.
The Challenges Ahead: Hawaii in 2050

The Challenges Ahead: Hawaii in 2050

Author Joel Kotkin tells lawmakers from Western states the region has lost its way in leading American growth.
State Lawyer Warns Against Counting Military

State Lawyer Warns Against Counting Military

Deputy attorney general says Hawaii Supreme Court would likely throw out redistricting panel's plan.
Hawaii Redistricting Panel Braces for Legal Challenge

Hawaii Redistricting Panel Braces for Legal Challenge

Amid threats, commission to use various population scenarios.

March 2018

Tuesday, March 27

Racial Inequality In Hawaii Is A Lot Worse Than You Think

October 2013

Friday, October 11

By the Numbers: Many People Move to Hawaii and Many Others Leave

May 2012

Friday, May 18

Census: Hawaii Still Ranks High in Older, Minority Populations

April 2012

Friday, April 13

Hawaii No Longer Magnet for Young, Single, Educated

March 2012

Wednesday, March 28

Census: Honolulu and San Diego Swap Residents

February 2012

Wednesday, February 22

For First Time, Most Hawaii Moms Under 30 Are Unmarried

September 2011

Tuesday, September 27

Redistricting Panel Deals One Senator Bad Hand

August 2011

Thursday, August 18

Hawaii Redistricting Panel Faces ‘Terrible Dilemma’

Thursday, August 4

Six Hawaii Reps Could Face Incumbents Next Year

Wednesday, August 3

The Challenges Ahead: Hawaii in 2050

July 2011

Wednesday, July 20

State Lawyer Warns Against Counting Military

Wednesday, July 13

Hawaii Redistricting Panel Braces for Legal Challenge

June 2011

Wednesday, June 29

Hawaii Panel Votes to Include Military, Students

Friday, June 17

Counting Residents Begs the Question: Who’s Local?

Thursday, June 16

Census Bureau Releases New Data for Hawaii

Wednesday, June 15

Oahu Redistricting Panel: Military Should Count

Scholar Criticizes Census Portait of Native Hawaiians

Friday, June 10

Hawaii Redistricting Panel Votes Against Multimember Districts

May 2011

Thursday, May 26

For Filipinos, Politics Is More Than Just Numbers

April 2011

Thursday, April 21

Redistricting Chair Now in Supreme Court’s Hands

Monday, April 18

Politics Divides Hawaii Reapportionment Panel

March 2011

Tuesday, March 8

Even in Far-Flung Hawaii, Hispanic Population Grows

February 2011

Thursday, February 24

First Look at Hawaii’s Official U.S. Census Data

January 2011

Tuesday, January 11

More Hawaii Residents White, Born in U.S. Than 10 Years Ago

Wednesday, January 5

Hawaii Home Values Have Doubled Since 2000

Tuesday, January 4

Census Snapshot: Waipahu’s Idle Teens

Hawaii’s an Early Place, and It’s Getting Earlier

Monday, January 3

Census Snapshot: Ewa Villages Leads Way on Raising Educational Level

December 2010

Friday, December 31

Paia Has Most Teens Who Are Unemployed and Not in School

Thursday, December 30

What Brain Drain?

Wednesday, December 29

Census Snapshot: Waimanalo a Town on the Decline

Local Pride? Most Hawaii Towns Saw Decline in Hawaii-Born Residents

Tuesday, December 28

Census Snapshot: Hauula a Town on the Rise

Monday, December 27

Separated By a River, Princeville and Hanalei Tell Two Stories

Thursday, December 23

Hawaii Outpaced U.S. In Income Growth, Poverty Decline Since 2000

Wednesday, December 15

Aching for Development, Laie Has Hawaii’s Highest Household Size

November 2010

Thursday, November 11

Redrawing District Boundaries One Consequence of Election

September 2010

Wednesday, September 29

Community Survey Describes Life In Hawaii

Saturday, September 18

Census: Changes in Hawaii Income and Poverty Worst in Nation

U.S. Census In Hawaii