This data is starting to get a bit old, but (thanks to a link from Aaron Renn’s great article on race and demographics in Indianapolis), I was clicking around this morning using the NY Times’ interactive census and demographic map.
Here is a map of change in population for Minnesota as a a whole, and the East Metro specifically. You can zoom in to individual census tracts. Yellow is a decline and blue is an increase.
[The East Metro.]
Basically many suburbs were still growing, and apart from downtowns, most cities were still shrinking.
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