Monday, April 29, 2019

Population loss in rural Nebraska: Sioux County

Source:  Wikipedia (Sioux County, Harrison)

Harrison is the county seat of Sioux County.

Not exactly Trump's America.   The Bloviator received 83.7% of the 2016 presidential vote here compared with Mitt Romney's 84.4%.  The county is 92.1% white, 5.3% Hispanic/Latino.

Related reading:
Census: Nebraska's big counties keep growing, while rural counties decline.  (Sioux City Journal, 4/18/2019)
Nebraska's three largest counties, Douglas, Lancaster and Sarpy, all hit record population levels as of July 1 of last year and now account for more than 55% of the 1.93 million state residents, also an all-time high.

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