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Old Posted Nov 2, 2019, 2:13 PM
ThePhun1 ThePhun1 is offline
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Originally Posted by yuriandrade View Post
As we are talking so much about Texas lately, I have a question. I noticed Tarrant and Dallas counties has exactly the same size. Between 2000-2010, population in Tarrant has grown much faster than Dallas. Impressive 25.1% vs anemic 6.7%.

What's the explanation? Just the fact of more land available for exurban growth in Tarrant or there were also other factors explaining this gap?
Dallas (city and county) has been growing slightly for awhile now. The outlying areas are the ones that have grown the most recently.

Thank God I don't have to remember so many DFW suburb names as I used to, it gets old after awhile.
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