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Old Posted Jan 25, 2020, 8:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Failte View Post
Not sure what is meant by Cleveland being ''east of the 'Mexican/Puerto Rican' line'' as Cleveland and its area has a larger Puerto Rican population than Mexican. If anything, Cleveland has been historically east of the "Mexican line.''
What does the Mexican-Puerto Rican "line" look like in the Southeast as you get from a more historically Mexican-immigrant influenced state (Texas) to a Puerto Rican- immigrant influenced one (Florida), but with lots of areas with low Hispanic populations in between like Alabama, Tennessee or even Appalachia in general?
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