Seattle Met’s first-ever poll of Seattleites reveals the good (we’re really happy at work) and the not so good (we spend a lot on housing). And while all those transplants who keep washing up on our shores and adding to our civic voice deserve credit for changing the definition of Seattleite, there’s something else at work: an evolving awareness, a new perspective, an awakening to who we can be.

In This Feature:

Who We Are: The Poll

Seattle Met’s first-ever poll of Seattleites reveals the good (we’re really happy at work) and the not so good (we spend a lot on housing).

02/23/2017 By Matthew Halverson

Midwestworld: Why Seattle Feels Like Home for Natives of the Heartland

More than 21 percent of Seattle residents emigrated from the Midwest.

02/23/2017 By Matthew Halverson

Are We More Racist Than We Think?

When progressive values blind us to the truth, it's time to wake up.

02/23/2017 By Matthew Halverson

How Is the Seattle Freeze Still a Thing?

We’re quickly becoming a town of transplants. So why do they feel so unwelcome?

02/23/2017 By Matthew Halverson

Books Are Dead. Long Live Books!

Three-quarters of Seattle readers prefer paper books to ebooks. We didn’t kill print after all.

02/23/2017 By Allison Williams

It's Time Seattle's Car-Loving Transplants Get with the Program

Two wheels forward, four wheels back: Nearly two-thirds of Seattleites under age 35 drive alone to work.

02/23/2017 By Josh Feit