Kenneth M. Johnson is senior demographer at the Carsey School of Public Policy and professor of sociology at the University of New Hampshire. He is a nationally recognized expert on U.S. demographic trends. His research examines national and regional population redistribution, rural and urban demographic change, the growing racial diversity of the U.S. population, the relationship between demographic and environmental change and the implications of demographic change for public policy.
Project Title: Challenges to American Democracy: The Changing Demographic Structure of Rural America and Its Implications
In the News:
- Where Is "Rural America," and What Does It Look Like? (The Conversation)
- Domestic Migration and Fewer Births Reshaping America (Carsey School of Public Policy)
- Why Outer Suburbs in the East and Midwest Have Stopped Booming (NYTimes)