Map: Here’s Where Native Washingtonians Live (And Don’t Live) In D.C. | DCist

December 13, 2018
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On December 13, 2018, DCist covered Fellow Mike Maciag’s analysis of where D.C.-born residents live, and how the share of D.C.-born residents has changed over time:

Here’s something most everybody living in D.C. already knows: This city looks very different today than it did in the relatively recent past. In the last 10 to 20 years, large numbers of newcomers have dramatically changed the landscape of the District, transforming neighborhoods and pushing native Washingtonians into the surrounding suburbs or out of the area altogether.

But how much has the number of native-born D.C. residents really changed? Where do native Washingtonians live, and where do residents from elsewhere? How have the shares of newcomers-to-natives changed from neighborhood to neighborhood?

Read more: Map: Here’s Where Native Washingtonians Live (And Don’t Live) In D.C. | DCist

Related: Made in D.C.: Which areas have the highest share of D.C.-born residents | D.C. Policy Center

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