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Resource ID: #17971
Subject: Census
Source: Daily Record (Parsippany
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Date: 9-Mar

Description

The Daily Record produced a series of stories resulting from the release of the state-by-state break down of 2000 census data. The 2000 data showed the population of Morris County, NJ, increased 11.6 percent , faster then the state's rate of 8.9 percent. The results also show an increase in minority populations in the county, with Hispanics making up the majority (58 percent) in Dover and Victory Gardens (51 percent); also the county's Asian population reached 6.2 percent, compared with the statewide population of 5.7 percent. The Daily Record's team examines the reasons behind the county's population rise and how it may mirror a statewide population shift from the east to the south and west.

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