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What new census data reveals about a changing Arizona

Researcher Jason Jurjevich explains what the census reveals about changing demographics and growth in the state.

 
     

The federal government released a trove of data from the 2020 Census this month, providing new insight into the growth of Arizona's cities and the population decline in some of the state's rural communities.

University of Arizona researcher Jason Jurjevich explains what the census reveals about changing demographics and growth in the state.

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