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Flickr / Coconut Wireless
Flickr / Coconut Wireless

All this week, we’ve been taking a closer look at the people who live here in Hawaii…as part of a series we call “Neighbors, An Island Story.” Today, some census figures on population density—and who’s coming and who’s leaving. HPR’s Bill Dorman has the numbers.

Flickr / photologue_np
Flickr / photologue_np

Education and income are two characteristics tracked closely the Census Bureau. In Hawaii, both are above the national average. As part of our continuing series
“Neighbors, An Island Story,” 
HPR’s Bill Dorman compares the figures.

Flickr / The U.S. Army
Flickr / The U.S. Army

This week, HPR news is airing a series we’re calling “Neighbors: An Island Story.”
Members of the military have been neighbors in the islands since long before Hawaii was a state. And today, they continue their presence around the islands. HPR’s Bill Dorman has some details.

Flickr / st3v3l33
Flickr / st3v3l33

All this week, HPR news is taking a closer look at who lives here in Hawaii. It’s part of a series we’re calling “Neighbors: An Island Story.” Hawaii is by far the most ethnically diverse state in the nation.—and if you had any questions about specifics, the U-S Census Bureau has some answers. HPR’s Bill Dorman has details.

Flickr / Oliver Beattie
Flickr / Oliver Beattie

All week, HPR News is taking a closer look at who lives here in Hawaii. It’s part of a series we’re calling “Neighbors, An Island Story.” Part of that story can be found in various census numbers that we’ll be sharing during the week. Today, HPR’s Bill Dorman has some figures about Hawaii’s population compared with national averages. 

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