On October 28, 2019, the D.C. Policy Center’s article, Made in D.C.: Which areas have the highest share of D.C.-born residents, was cited by the Washington Post:
To be fair, recent census data shows that the majority of current D.C. residents are, indeed, transplants. Only about 28 percent of adults living in D.C. today were born here. And a map created by the D.C. Policy Center shows the stark contrast of where D.C. natives live, showing barely 2 percent of the population in Foggy Bottom as D.C.-born, while east of the Anacostia River, about 80 percent of the residents were born here.
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