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Between the Numbers
There’s more diversity these days at Ingersoll and Whitman houses in Fort Greene, census figures show. Other changes abound, as well.
Fewer residents of Williamsburg responded to the census than just about any other neighborhood in the city, which may be one symptom of a split community.
The 2010 Census found this corner of Queens has one of the highest vacancy rates in the city. Residents contend the neighborhood is growing.
A growing number of Latinos are identifying themselves as Indians.
Residents say their neighborhood is growing. But the 2010 Census shows that Astoria lost about 14,000 people over the last decade, meaning political and social implications for the area.