Based on flight passenger data analysis, an estimated 30,000 to 50,000 Puerto Ricans moved to Florida in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
A growing amount of local-level crime information is shared online by law enforcement agencies: the open-source R programming language can be used to scrape these data from the web and study crime patterns across US cities.
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In addition to being one of America’s most important allies in foreign policy and partners in the global fight against terrorism, the European Union is the largest trading partner of the US, with EU-US trade accounting for more than a quarter of global tr
Due to geographic proximity and sizable Puerto Rican communities already present in the state, Florida has become a primary destination for in-migrants from Puerto Rico in recent years.

BEBR In The News

Jul 27 - Increased consumer confidence in Florida
Jul 26 - Consumer confidence grows in Florida
Jul 20 - Housing Demand in Leon County on par with 2045 Comprehensive Plan goals
Jul 12 - PulteGroup will also add more than 85 new single-family homes in Phase Two of the master-planned development’s Forest Park neighborhood.
Jun 18 - As prices surge, consumers feel the pinch in their budgets, spending money
Jun 16 - An unemployment 'loophole' is stifling hiring? Some Panama City-area restaurants say yes
Jun 14 - Unemployment Issues; Florida's Bridgegate; 5 Year Anniversary of Pulse Nightclub Attack
Jun 10 - Wages In Florida Continue To Lag. Here Are Some Reasons Why
Jun 7 - Disney's magic changed Florida
Jun 7 - Opinion: Demographics were expected to push Florida left. Instead, they nudged it to the right
May 25 - Flagler Unemployment Flat at 5.3% But Floridians Become a Bit More Optimistic
May 14 - Lots of jobs, few hires: Labor shortage puts Tampa Bay restaurants in a pinch
May 11 - Tampa Bay cops take steps to reach Hispanics, starting with social media
May 11 - Population forecast ranks Sumter as No. 1
May 10 - Restaurants regaining appetite for expansion
May 7 - Inverness officials brace for potential fight with state water regulators
May 7 - South Florida population growth slowed in 2020 due to COVID
May 6 - Behind Palm Coast’s $5.7 million Push for a Regional Racket Center, a Big Bet on Players and Partnerships
May 6 - Disney World at 50: What would Orlando be like if The Mouse went somewhere else?
May 5 - April consumer sentiment continues to rise despite mixed signals from labor market