Survey Seyz Kansas Rural Conservative Population Quickly Fading

This bit of news offers a truism . . .

The course of human history and the rise of Western civilization shows us that cities ALWAYS win over rural neighbors.

Population centers dominate politics, culture and economics . . . This is why smarter Republicans are refocusing their message to urban communities rather than relying on a quickly disappearing rural voter advantage that seems to be losing relevance every day.

Here's the data to back up our position and the same story is repeating in red states across the nation:

KU said the KSA includes several maps and tables which describe the population landscape. A map that shows the population of Kansas by region indicates how East Central Kansas - which includes Johnson Co. - has grown 0.26% over the past year, while all other regions lost population.

The map also shows that nearly 2 in 3 Kansans live in the eastern third of the state.

The University noted that a map that shows the population density in Kansas by county adds more detail - Johnson and Wyandotte counties are home to more than 1,000 people per square mile, while Greeley and Wallace counties in Western Kansas are home to fewer than 2 people per square mile.

“The 2020 Census showed dramatic changes in the Kansas population. The KSA reports Census data at the local level to show how Kansas population has shifted and changed over time,” Ginther said.

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Kansas Statistical Abstract releases latest data about Sunflower State

LAWRENCE, Kan. (WIBW) - The latest data including population distribution, voter registration and party affiliation, among other topics like agriculture and education in Kansas are available through the newest edition of the Kansas Statistical Abstract. The University of Kansas says the newest edition of the Kansas Statistical Abstract is available as of Friday, Sept.