U.S. Census Bureau

The U.S. Census Bureau says Delaware County is the fastest growing county in Ohio.

The U.S. Census Bureau says Columbus' population continues to grow.

The U.S. Census Bureau has released figures on the number of Ohioans living in poverty.

Ohio Senate Approves Redistricting Plan

Dec 12, 2014
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A bipartisan redistrict agreement is awaiting Ohio House approval after the Senate passed the measure early this morning. 

Census Bureau: More Ohioans Insured Under ACA

Sep 18, 2014

The U.S. Census Bureau says the number of Ohioans without health insurance fell by 47 thousand during the past year.

Columbus Fastest Growing Ohio City

May 22, 2014

New U.S. Census Bureau estimates show Columbus has been the fastest growing large city in Ohio over the past three years.

The U.S. Census Bureau says two central Ohio counties led the state in births last year.

Census: Ohio Agricultural Goods Rose In Value

Feb 21, 2014

Newly released U.S. Census Bureau data shows the market value of Ohio agricultural products rose between 2007 and 2012.

A non-profit group established by a managed health care company says Ohio is one of the unhealthiest states in the nation.

Slight Increase In Ohio Poverty

Sep 19, 2013

New U.S. Census Bureau figures show 16.3 percent of Ohioans, or 1.8 million people, were in poverty last year, up one tenth from 2011.

Ohio's Population Steady

Jun 14, 2013

New U.S. Census Bureau figures show Ohio’s population continues to hold steady.

Ohio Cities Losing Population

May 24, 2013

New U.S. Census Bureau figures show most large and medium-sized cities in Ohio lost population over the past two years, while many cities elsewhere saw gains.

Franklin County is now the fastest-growing county in Ohio.

Ohio Work Commutes Beat National Average

Mar 5, 2013

A new report from the U.S. Census Bureau shows the typical commute to work of those living in Ohio's three largest counties is less than national average of 25 and a half minutes.

The U.S. Census Bureau says median household incomes in Columbus and Franklin County fell by more than four percent between 2010 and 2011, a rate higher than in the rest of the state and the nation.