Retirement migration and the aging of Baby Boomers will dramatically raise the number of older Floridians

Floridian opinions on food stamp expenditure preferences are in line with recent national surveys, yet conclusions drawn by researchers may be incorrect.

Networks of co-cited authors or publications can be used to describe the evolution of the academic debate in specific disciplines or topics

Percent growth vs. number of people, time period of interest, and size category can all give different answers.

About 8-9% of Florida households had an alternative fuel car, 5% had solar panels, and 87% had internet service.

Oil production has dwindled, but new “clean energy” technologies may increase Florida energy production and create jobs

Interdisciplinarity has been a consistent priority in academic research over the last several years. BEBR and the UF CTSI explored ways of designing a network intervention that promotes interdisciplinary research.

Poll results vary depending on whether “Common Core” is mentioned in the question wording.

Four different ways to measure population density for counties in Florida

Florida’s economy has been a frontrunner among states as the recovery chugs along