Florida was a hotly contested battleground state in the 2012 Presidential election, and the electorate was inundated with polls. Now that the election is behind us, we ask: how accurate were they?
Do the frequent lighting strikes in Florida impact business growth? This analysis questions the popular theory.
How did the economic boom and bust of the past decade affect Florida's population growth? As this article shows, it had a huge impact.
A new ranking by four economists places University of Florida as the number nine public university.
Suppose you are a young college graduate weighing offers from two states: Which retirement plan offers the better deal, defined benefit or defined contribution?
As part of the ongoing fiscal cliff negotiations, some policymakers have proposed a cap to tax deductions for charitable contributions. But how much will this take away from the charities?
If you have a home for sale, how much will you be hurt by a property within a quarter mile for which a mortgage payment is seriously delinquent or which is real-estate owned?
The 2005–2009 American Community Survey county-to-county migration files are the first detailed migration flow tables since Census 2000 and provide an important snapshot of recent population changes impacting Florida counties.
It is common for pollsters to make adjustments to their polling data. Here’s a closer look at one particular adjustment and the effect it has on the poll’s results--
Florida's unemployment rate for September is released October 19th, but how much information will it really give us? Many experts refuted the national unemployment figure for September, arguing against the seasonal adjustment process.