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America By The Numbers

Preview | Episode 3: Our Private Idaho

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While the population of whites in the US has fallen over the last two decades, the town of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho remains a predominately white town, with 95% of its residents identifying as white in 2012. What are the challenges faced by those living in this homogenous community? Find out in this episode of AMERICA BY THE NUMBERS, premiering Oct 18 on PBS (check local listings).

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America By The Numbers

The New Mad Men

See how a successful ad agency is addressing multicultural millennials.

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The New Mad Men

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America By The Numbers

Surviving Year One

By the numbers, some babies have the lowest chance of making it to their first birthdays

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Surviving Year One

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America By The Numbers

Politics of the New South

By the numbers, new Americans take political agency

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Politics of the New South

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America By The Numbers

Native American Boomtown

By the numbers, the largest oil play in the lower 48 states

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Native American Boomtown

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America By The Numbers

America On Track to Graduate

Graduation rates have reached an all-time high, but some states are lagging behind.

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America On Track to Graduate

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America By The Numbers

Graduation Rates: State by State

Graduation rates are increasing - which states are leading and which states are lagging?

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Graduation Rates: State by State

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America By The Numbers

High School Diploma: Game Changer

High school graduates make more money, are less likely to be unemployed, and live longer.

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High School Diploma: Game Changer

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America By The Numbers

Model Minority Myth

A startling number of Southeast Asian Americans aren’t graduating from high school.

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Model Minority Myth

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America By The Numbers

Extended Preview | The New Deciders

See how new voters across the nation are exerting their power in surprising ways in 2016.

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Extended Preview | The New Deciders

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America By The Numbers

Preview | The New Deciders

See how new voters across the nation are exerting their power in surprising ways in 2016.

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Preview | The New Deciders

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America By The Numbers

Preview | Episode 8: The New Mad Men

By the numbers, the new target consumers for advertising

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Preview | Episode 8: The New Mad Men

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America By The Numbers

Preview | Episode 7: Surviving Year One

By the numbers, some babies have the lowest chance of making it to their first birthdays

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Preview | Episode 7: Surviving Year One

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