In the past decade, the nation's metropolitan areas underwent extraordinary transformation as the suburbs became home to more poor, immigrants, minorities, senior citizens and house- holds with no children. Among the notable findings of the study:
SOURCE: State of Metropolitan America, Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program | The Washington Post - May 09, 2010
Suburbs taking on more diverse look Article | Ozzie and Harriet, R.I.P. The idealized vision of suburbia as a homogenous landscape of prosperity built around the nuclear family took another hit over the past decade, as suburbs became home to more poor people, immigrants, minorities, senior citizens and households with no children, according ...