THE METROPOLIST: Commute Alone? You're Not the Only One
There are times when the parameters of our civilization seem to be defined by lists of facts and numbers. How many? How much? How often? Halfway between each official U.S. Census, the federal nose counters do something they call the American Community Survey. This is the first in an occasional Metropolist feature looking at bits and pieces of what the 2005 survey tells us about ourselves.
SOURCES: U.S. Census, American Community Survey | Photo by Tracy A. Woodward; Graphic by Laura Stanton and April Umminger ¿ The Washington Post - September 03, 2006