Op-Eds

2020
William H. Frey. Now, more than half of Americans are millennials or younger, Op-Ed, Brookings Institution, July 30, 2020
William H. Frey and Others. A nation at a demographic crossroad: Rising diversity, youthful activism, and the 2020 election, Interview, Brookings Institution, July 23, 2020
William H Frey and Uri Berliner. COVID-19 pandemic pushes many in NYC to suburbs, Interview, NPR: Weekend Edition, July 4, 2020
William H. Frey. A roaring Sun Belt surge has inverted the demographics and politics of COVID-19, Op-Ed, Brookings Institution, July 2, 2020
William H. Frey. The nation is diversifying even faster than predicted, according to new census data, Op-Ed, Brookings Institution, July 1, 2020
William H. Frey and Briony Sowden. COVID-19 Spreads into Republican strongholds, Interview, BBC World News, June 17, 2020
William H. Frey and Fred Dews. Tracking COVID-19’s spread into less urban, whiter, and more Trump-friendly places, Interview, Brookings Institution, June 12, 2020
William H. Frey. The nation’s racial justice protests are a pivotal moment for millennials and Gen Z, Op-Ed, Brookings Institution, June 9, 2020
William H. Frey. Mapping COVID-19’s spread from blue to red America, Op-Ed, Brookings Institution, June 3, 2020
William H. Frey. William Frey says Gen Z will put more attention on racial injustice, Op-Ed, Quartz, June 1, 2020
William H. Frey. American cities saw uneven growth last decade, new census data show, Op-Ed, Brookings Institution, May 26, 2020
William H. Frey. COVID-19 continues spreading into counties with strong Trump support, Op-Ed, Brookings Institution, May 17, 2020
Catherine E. Shoichet and Athena Jones. Coronavirus is making some people rethink where they want to live, Interview, CNN, May 2, 2020
William H. Frey. Demography as Destiny, Op-Ed, Milken Institute Review, April 30, 2020
William H. Frey. COVID-19 is expanding further into Trump country, Op-Ed, Brookings Institution, April 29, 2020
William H. Frey. COVID-19’s recent spread shifts to suburban, whiter, and more Republican-leaning areas, Op-Ed, Brookings Institution, April 22, 2020
William H. Frey, Mark Muro, Tracy Hadden Loh, Martha Ross, Jenny Schuetz, Annelies Goger, Nicole Bateman, Joseph Parilla, Sifan Liu, and Adie Tomer. How COVID-19 will change the nation’s long-term economic trends, according to Brookings Metro scholars, Op-Ed, Brookings Institution, April 14, 2020
William H. Frey. Who lives in the places where coronavirus is hitting the hardest?, Op-Ed, Brookings Institution, April 10, 2020
William H. Frey. Even before coronavirus, census shows U.S. cities’ growth was stagnating, Op-Ed, Brookings Institution, April 6, 2020
William H. Frey. Census Day is here. How is our nation changing?, Op-Ed, Brookings Institution, March 31, 2020
William H. Frey. Even as metropolitan areas diversify, white Americans still live in mostly white neighborhoods, Op-Ed, Brookings Institution, March 23, 2020
William H. Frey. Super Tuesday’s demographic diversity will finally test Democratic candidates’ viability, Op-Ed, Brookings Institution, February 28, 2020
William H. Frey. Reducing immigration will not stop America’s rising diversity, Census projections show, Op-Ed, Brookings Institution, February 19, 2020
William H. Frey. Just how demographically skewed are the early Democratic primary states?, Op-Ed, Brookings Institution, January 30, 2020
William H. Frey. The 2020s can end America’s generational divide in politics, Op-Ed, Brookings Institution, January 28, 2020