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Old 12-02-2010, 10:24 PM
 
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Default For CSA's with two or three major cities in them, what does each city lead in?

Which of the two or three major cities in different CSA's which is a Combined Statistical Area Metro Area's lead in:

Economy?
Better Public transportation?
Cultural Options?
Entertainment options?
Sports or stadiums?
Bigger MSA metro area?
Dining options?
Beauty?
Cleaner City?
etc.

Examples of a CSA's or Combined Statistical Area Metro Area

New York and Newark
D.C. and Baltimore
San Francisco and Oakland and San Jose
Dallas and Fort Worth
Minneapolis and St. Paul
Boston and Providence
Raleigh and Durham
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Old 12-03-2010, 09:14 AM
 
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the NY CSA is a tough one. there are more than just those 2 major cities in the area. You can also include Jersey City, Stamford, New Haven, Yonkers, White Plains, and possibly even Trenton and Hartford.
-that being said, I'm too intimidated to tackle that.

Minneapolis - modern easternmost "western" city - most of the business.
St. Paul - classic, westernmost "eastern" city - the state capitol.
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Old 12-03-2010, 03:31 PM
 
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NY-Newark

Economy
Better Public transportation
Cultural Options?
Entertainment options?
Sports or stadiums?
Bigger MSA metro area?
Dining options?
Beauty?
Cleaner City?
etc.

NY in every category except 'other' (which would be regional shipping and heavy industry)
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