One Year After Hurricane Katrina, Many Citizens of New Orleans Remain Scattered

Current estimates suggest that the population of New Orleans is somewhere between 200,000 and 250,000—still substantially down from 480,000 before Katrina. A New York Times graphic—part of a series of article assessing the situation as the one-year anniversary of the storm approaches—highlights the fact that besides locations elsewhere in Louisiana, most Katrina refugees remain in Houston, Dallas, and Atlanta.