- Diversity. Alexandria's Racial and Ethnic Groups and Foreign-Born Population. This brief report outlines and compares some key characteristics of the Black or African American, Hispanic, Asian and Non-Hispanic White populations in Alexandria, based on the 2010 Census and the most recent annual and 5-year average American Community Survey data on age, income, educational attainment, household structure and other characteristics (February 19, 2015).
- Alexandria - City of Millennials? This memo prepared by city staff reports on a study released by RealtyTrac that shows Alexandria and Arlington as the U.S. jurisdictions with the greatest percentage growth in Millennials from 2007 to 2013. With more than four 30-year-olds for every 20-year-old in the city, Alexandria definitely deserves its share of the Millennial championship. And beginning in 2022, we'll transition to the Generation Z champs instead, (though the city's baby-boomer demographer isn't likely to be here to take credit for his prediction) (October 10, 2014).
- American Community Survey 2013 Narrative Summary. This brief newsletter prepared by city staff reports highlights from the 2013 annual data, released by the Census Bureau on September 18, 2014. The data shows an increase in the share of Alexandria’s households that are families with children, and a continuing trend to increasing ethnic and racial diversity. The senior share of the population continues to decline, but that trend is expected to reverse soon as more and more baby boomers pass the 65-year mark (October 2, 2014).
- County-to-county commuter flows. These graphs show the percent of commuters into and out of Alexandria from the top 25 county origins and destinations based on the American Community Survey 2006-2010 average, and compare these flows to those from the same jurisdictions in 2000. There were some subtle but no significant changes among the major origins and destinations over this relatively short period (March 9, 2013).