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U.S. Census In Hawaii

For Filipinos, Politics Is More Than Just Numbers

Filipino population growth in Hawaii could eventually translate into more political clout, community leader says.
Redistricting Chair Now in Supreme Court’s Hands

Redistricting Chair Now in Supreme Court’s Hands

UPDATED 4/21/2011 3:35 p.m. Despite missing deadline to name their own chair, commission members still hoping to advise court.
Politics Divides Hawaii Reapportionment Panel

Politics Divides Hawaii Reapportionment Panel

UPDATED 4/19/2011 1:04 p.m. Hawaii Supreme Court to settle impasse.
Even in Far-Flung Hawaii, Hispanic Population Grows

Even in Far-Flung Hawaii, Hispanic Population Grows

Census shows more than 120,000 Latinos now live in the islands.

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

Civil Beat's sneak peak at population counts that will shift future elections.
More Hawaii Residents White, Born in U.S. Than 10 Years Ago

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

State remains nation's most diverse, with highest percentage of Asians and Pacific Islanders.
Hawaii Home Values Have Doubled Since 2000

Hawaii Home Values Have Doubled Since 2000

Maui and Kauai now more expensive than Honolulu, while Big Island has highest rate of home ownership.
Census Snapshot: Waipahu’s Idle Teens

Census Snapshot: Waipahu’s Idle Teens

American Community Survey indicates the Leeward community has the highest rate of idle teens and lowest rate of adults with high school diplomas on Oahu.

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

With carpooling and mass transit use down, island workers are leaving for their jobs earlier to avoid traffic and shorten their commutes.
U.S. Census In Hawaii