The Fourth District's Daytime Population
People usually think of population in terms of residents, that is, the number of people living in an area. That number can change significantly during the day, however, because some people commute to work in an area different from that in which they live. The measure of daytime population captures this by adjusting resident population by the number of in-commuters and out-commuters.
Suggested citation: “The Fourth District's Daytime Population,” Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Economic Trends, no. 06-07, pp. 15, 07.15.2006.