It’s always important to assess and re-assess where population is dense based on the most recent Census estimates via the American Community Survey (ACS). The ACS is not the most perfect survey tool, but it is the best data that we have access to on a regular basis. A notable concern with the 2020 Census is the expanding undercount of Black, Latino, and Native American peoples.
Population density really shows the disparities in the revitalizing city where there is a Greater Downtown bubble, a ring of low density around Greater Downtown, and most Detroiters living in the Southwest, Northwest and Far East sides.
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