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Of Nebraska’s 93 counties, 31 are estimated to have increased in population from the 2010 Census to July 1, 2013. This compares to 24 that increased during the full 2000s decade and 40 that did so in the 1990s, a time of relatively high inmigration for the state. More counties are currently having births exceed deaths (59 so far this decade versus 49 in the 2000s) and more are having net inmigration as well (24 currently versus 14 in the 2000s).



The Center for Public Affairs Research is a research and community outreach unit of the UNO College of Public Affairs and Community Service. Survey research support is a key component of CPAR's mission.

CPAR is also the lead agency for the Nebraska State Data Center Program. This program is a cooperative program between the U.S. Census Bureau and individual states. This relationship has resulted in CPAR taking an active role in analyzing and disseminating information from the 1990, 2000 and 2010 Censuses.

Below are highlights of our latest publications, including reports, presentations, maps, and media appearances. For the complete list of our publications visit our Publication Lists page.

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 Press Release about New Nebraska Metro Poll

♦ CPAR is pleased to announce the date for our 25th Annual Data Users Conference is TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 2014!! Mark your calendars. We are planning some special things for our "silver anniversary" conference.

We'll build upon past successes including expanded computer trainings and continue our lunch discussion forums. Results from parts of the new Metro Poll with comparison to the Rural Poll will be released. Poverty data and the new supplemental poverty measure will be a focus area.

So make plans to attend, either in Omaha or via webcast. We are expecting another exciting event full of information you can USE!


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This site last updated 4/1/2014 by Melanie Kiper