How to read the news in 2018
The Census Bureau has been releasing data about how Americans live in the United States each year.
The data is meant to give Americans a sense of their location, as well as how well they’re doing economically.
While data on how well Americans are doing in terms of wages, salaries, and living conditions is relatively recent, many other measures are quite recent.
And even though we’ve had more data in the past few years, the Census Bureau does not have all the data that we need to accurately assess Americans’ lives and work.
The Bureau collects and compiles this information using different methods, which can make it difficult to compare apples to apples.
But the data does provide some insight into how Americans’ finances are being managed.
As we reported last year, Americans have more money than ever before in a single decade.
The chart below shows how much money each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia have spent on housing and food in 2017, and the amount of money spent by the states.
The amount of cash spent by each state in 2017 is shown in the blue line.
The blue line shows the amount spent per capita for each state, and is also the amount the states have spent per 1,000 residents.
The purple line shows how well each state’s economy is doing relative to the nation as a whole.
The red line shows where each state ranks among the 50 for how well its economy is performing relative to how well the rest of the country is performing.
The red line is also how well those states are performing relative, on a per capita basis, compared to how they are performing in the rest.
The orange line shows when each state began its “recovery” from the recession, and how much the recovery has been spent on its economy.
The line above shows the average annual income growth for each of these states from 2015 to 2017.
The green line shows a comparison of the average incomes of each state from 2015 until 2017.
The bottom line shows that the states that are growing faster are the ones with the biggest decreases in income, with states like New Jersey and New York seeing their incomes decline by the largest percentage of their population.
The states with the smallest increases in income are those with the largest increases in population.
States with the most income growth are the states with low poverty rates and the lowest rates of infant mortality.
They also have the highest rates of employment, with those states accounting for nearly two-thirds of the jobs in the U.S. Those states also have higher rates of economic growth than the rest, but they are still growing slowly.
The numbers below show the average income growth rates of the states for the past 10 years.
The bottom line: The average income gains by the 50 States and the D.C. were the most in 10 years in 2017.
States like California and Texas, which are in the top 25 for the fastest rate of income growth, are the only states in the country with significant income gains in the last decade.
For the states in front of them, it’s still slow.
The blue line above is the average amount of dollars per capita that each state had in 2017 per capita.
The pink line is the amount that each of those states spent on education, health, and welfare programs in 2017 according to the Census.
The green line is where each of our 50 states rank in terms, in terms and percentage, of the nation.
The top states for each group are shown in green, and their rankings for each category are shown below.
The purple line in the above chart is the blue bar, which shows the state’s per capita income growth rate between 2015 and 2017.
There were a number of factors that contributed to the rise in income for the top states, such as a stronger economy, more people working, and lower poverty rates.
The next bar is the red bar, and it shows the percentage change in income per capita in each of 2016 and 2017 compared to the national average of 1.5 percent.
These numbers show how much each state was spending on each of its income programs in 2016, compared with the national level of 1 percent.
The pink line above in the chart shows the change in per capita wealth between 2016 and 2016.
The change in wealth per capita from 2015 was the third-largest change from 2015, with Texas and California both increasing their wealth by the most.
The top states on this graph are also the states where the richest 10 percent of households earned the most money in 2016.
This group also saw the biggest increase in income in 2016 from 2015.
The final bar shows the total amount of revenue per capita by each of this 50 states, as calculated by the Census Office.
This bar is similar to the blue and purple lines in the charts above, but the difference is that the top three states are also where the most tax revenue was collected, with Alaska and Nevada in the second and third spots.
The chart below plots the amount each state has spent on the top two