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Ella Layn


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New census data shows people of color driving growth in Chapel Hill

Chapel Hill's population grew by almost 5,000 over the past decade, the result of a boom in racial and ethnic diversity. Since 2010, North Carolina has gained more than 900,000 residents, a 9.5 percent increase that puts the state's total population at 10.4 million.  A majority of the state's new residents are people of color, according to census data released Thursday.  These numbers will be the basis for how political representation is allotted statewide for the next 10 years.

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