Each year, roughly 40 million Americans, or about 14% of the U.S. population, move at least once.
Michigan births by unmarried women trended down slightly in 2016, both in raw numbers and in percentage of total births, according to state numbers.
he Asian and Hispanic populations grew faster in Michigan than nationwide last year, while the number of white and black residents was essentially flat, census estimates show.
It’s no secret that Americans are living longer. But behind that fact of longer lives is a bigger trend involving the nation's seniors, one that will reshape American culture. And in Michigan, it’s happening faster than almost anywhere, according to veteran demographer Kurt Metzger, retired foun
The 2018 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's (RWJF) County Health R
An estimated 61% of public-school students in Michigan's Class of 2017 enrolled in a post-secondary schools within six months of graduating high school, according to data collected by the state.
That's the lowest percentage since the state began to closely track the data in 2010.
Healthy Michigan, Michigan's Medicaid expansion program under the Affordable Care Act, may be instituting work requirements under a bill passed in April by the Michigan Senate.
"Exploring Michigan's Urban/Rural Divide" is the latest repor