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New Census Data Show People Go Where the Money Is

Lee465 Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 10:25 AM
Unfortunately Dave M, liberal Democrats don't seem to be able to read a straight forward article like Michael Barone's or the census data and get any useful information from it.
What parts of America have been growing during these years of sluggish economic growth?

Answers come from comparing the Census Bureau's just-released estimates of metropolitan area populations in July 2012 with the results of the Census conducted in 2010.

The focus here is on the 51 metro areas with populations of more than 1 million where 55 percent of Americans live, most of them of course not in central cities but in suburbs and exurbs.

Two growth champs stick out -- Austin and Raleigh. A half-century ago, neither of them amounted to much.

The counties now in metro Austin had 300,000...