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N.D. Ranks Well Nationally in Child Well-being   ( 2009-11-03 )
 
North Dakota’s Population Becoming More Diverse   ( 2009-10-06 )
The growth in North Dakota’s racial minority and Hispanic populations is helping to mitigate some of the population losses in rural areas.
North Dakota’s Age Distribution Changes   ( 2009-09-01 )
From 2000 to 2008, only one North Dakota county (Cass) experienced a growth in the number of children ages 0 to 17.
North Dakotans Report Better Health than Nation   ( 2009-08-04 )
The data indicate that residents live longer and self-report a healthier quality of life than those living in other parts of the U.S.
Little Change in N.D. Tax Filers Receiving the Federal Earned Income Tax Credit   ( 2009-07-02 )
The relative stability in North Dakota’s EITC recipients reflects the strong economy the state has been enjoying.
North Dakota’s Composite ACT Score Continues to Rank Above Average   ( 2009-06-04 )
Analysis of North Dakota ACT scores reveals a disparity in college readiness by gender, race and county.
North Dakota’s Population Grows Due to More Births and Net In-migration   ( 2009-05-07 )
This increase is the result of 3,665 more births than deaths between 2007 and 2008.
North Dakota Shows Continued Growth in Average Compensation Per Job   ( 2009-03-05 )
Buying power grew at a pace one and a half times that of inflation, on average.
North Dakota’s Poverty Rate Sees Little Change in 2007   ( 2009-02-05 )
Certain populations in North Dakota continue to struggle with higher than average poverty rates.
Federal Expenditure Dollars to N.D. Increased in 2007   ( 2009-01-08 )
A sizeable proportion of North Dakota’s increase in 2007 was due to increases in procurement contracts with the U.S. Department of Defense and crop insurance payments.
N. D. Housing Units Continue to Rise Despite Little Change in Population   ( 2008-12-04 )
In 1950, North Dakota’s average household size was 3.7 people, compared with 2.3 people in 2007.
North Dakota’s Population Becoming More Racially, Ethnically Diverse   ( 2008-11-06 )
The growth in North Dakota’s racial minority and Hispanic populations is helping stabilize population losses.
N.D. Has Increase in Voting-age Residents   ( 2008-10-02 )
Approximately 80 percent of North Dakota’s elderly (65 and older) voted in 2004, compared with 52 percent of those 18 to 24.
N.D. Ranks Well in Child Well-being, But Concerns Exist   ( 2008-09-04 )
While 14 percent of North Dakota children live in families with incomes below the official poverty level, many more children are in need of financial assistance.
Number of N.D. Business Establishments and Employees Continues to Grow   ( 2008-08-07 )
The total annual business payroll in North Dakota was $8.4 billion in 2006.
North Dakota Tax Filers Receiving the Earned Income Tax Credit Rose in 2005   ( 2008-07-03 )
In 2005 (latest figures available), 13 percent of all North Dakota tax filers claimed the Earned Income Tax Credit.
North Dakota ACT Scores Rise, But Few Students Ready for College   ( 2008-06-05 )
An analysis of North Dakota ACT scores reveals a disparity in college readiness by gender, race and county.
North Dakota’s Population Grows Due to More Births and Less Out-migration   ( 2008-05-08 )
As of July 1, 2007, the state’s population totaled 639,715, up from 637,460 in July 1, 2006.
North Dakota’s Population Reflects Modest Growth in 2007   ( 2008-04-03 )
The county level population estimates show some very positive news for North Dakota.
North Dakota’s Poverty Rate Increases Slightly in 2005   ( 2008-03-06 )
Certain populations in North Dakota are harder hit by poverty than others.

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