William H. Frey is a Ph.D. demographer and sociologist specializing in U.S. demographics.

This site provides links to publications, demographic issues, media stories, data tools and resources for teachers developed by projects with which Dr. Frey is associated.


Media Mentions


William H. Frey. The power of the educated white female vote in election 2016, The Brookings Institution, October 18, 2016 .
Alison Burke. How minority voters could swing the 2016 presidential election, The Brookings Institution, October 5, 2016 .
The Brookings Institution . The role of minority voters in the 2016 election, The Brookings Institution, September 14, 2016 .
William H. Frey. How America's Diversity Explosion is Changing the Political Landscape, The Council of State Governments Book of the States, September 1, 2016 .
William H. Frey. Educated white women could trigger a decisive Trump defeat, Brookings Institution, August 16, 2016 .
William H. Frey. Mid-decade, big city growth continues, The Brookings Institution, May 23, 2016 .
William H. Frey. Migration to Sun Belt metro areas continues to surge, Brookings Institution, March 31, 2016 .
William H. Frey. Sun Belt Migration Reviving, New Census Data Show, Brookings Institution, January 4, 2016 .
William H. Frey. New Census data: Selective city slowdowns and the city-suburb growth gap, Brookings Institution, May 21, 2015 .
William H. Frey. Migration to the suburbs and Sun Belt picks up, Brookings Institution, April 8, 2015 .

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