In This Installment of Access the Experts
David Drozd, Research Coordinator at the Center for Public Affairs Research at UNO, answers the question: “How did places like Nebraska become so demographically segregated, in which small towns are predominately white and urban areas are more ethnically diverse?”
An expert in data compilation, the U.S. Census and population change with experience working with the U.S Census Bureau, Drozd is widely quoted in the media when Census and other data are released.
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