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Old Posted Jan 25, 2020, 8:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Capsicum View Post
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?
Atlanta is largely Mexican, but with Central American pockets
Houston has large Central American populations
New Orleans is historically the south’s non-Mexican Mecca, until Miami usurped it, but it also has a large Mexican population
Metropole Central Texas 2019: 5,824,577 (+21.03% over 2010)
San Antonio: 1,547,253 (+16.56%) + Metro Suburbs: 1,003,707 (+24.13%)
Austin: 978,908 (+23.85%) + Metro Suburbs: 1,248,475 (+34.81%)
Killeen/Temple Metro: 460,303 (+13.57%) + Waco Metro: 273,920 (+8.37%)
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