I’m hoping to keep this thread a more data-driven thread on the trends we’re seeing around displacement and gentrification. (however you define it)
WakeUp Wake County has a post about the topic with some nice data work. (and map) Their key message includes: (emphasis mine)
Wake County communities certainly need to continue to address gentrification and displacement, and the results of our analysis by no means suggest otherwise. But while we continue to work toward a solution to resident displacement, we need to be mindful of the even more pervasive problem of concentrated poverty.