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Report Number P23-101
by Daphne Spain, John Reid,and Larry Long
Component ID: #ti523929897

This report analyzes the trends in housing successions among Blacks and Whites by examining annual housing successions and identifying the incidence of Black-to-White and White-to-Black housing turnovers in cities and suburbs.

The report notes the post World War II trend towards an increasing percent Black in large cities and general deterioration of the income positions of cities relative to their suburbs, but notes that recent indicators show the potential for halting or even reversing these trends.

Tables present data on the incidence of racial successions in housing units, selected characteristics of households vacating a housing unit and the households that replace them, and the distribution of annual housing successions. A chart depicting the median income of households involved in Black to White housing successions is also included.

Component ID: #ti702095047

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