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COMMUNITY TYPE

Industrial Metropolis

Characteristics
  • Densely populated urban centers
  • More diverse and younger than the national average
  • Median income is $10,000 higher than the national county average
  • Likely to vote Democratic

Community Type Demographics

Ethnicity

Presidential Election Results

2004
  • 63%
  • Kerry in 2004
  • Kerry
  • 36%
  • Bush in 2004
  • Bush
2008
  • 68%
  • Obama in 2008
  • Obama
  • 31%
  • McCain in 2008
  • McCain

Representative Communities

LOCAL PARTNER:
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Community Type Comparison

Median Household Income

  • $51,234
  • Industrial Metropolis
  • Industrial Metropolis
  • $36,934
  • College Graduates
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