DNAInfo.com: “Far Northwest Side's Population Is Rising As Hispanic Chicagoans Move West” (June 7, 2017)
While Chicago’s overall population is declining, between 2000 and 2014, the Northwest Side has grown 21 percent, and the Hispanic population here has grown 70 percent. “Another change is the growing number of renters on the Far Northwest Side,” James Rudyk said in the article. He continued, "This is a stopping point on the outward migration. Low-income individuals don't have the economic mobility that others do. The middle-income people are moving out to the suburbs."