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View Poll Results: Chose one
The Northeast/Midwest 12 70.59%
The South and Western USA 4 23.53%
Too close too call 1 5.88%
Voters: 17. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 01-03-2011, 12:15 PM
 
Location: Washington, D.C.
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Default The Northeast/Midwest vs The South/Western USA

To avoid any debates about whats southern and what not, Maryland and Delaware will be in the south this time.

So which is the better group of regions?



In the NE/Midwest you have:
-New York, NY
-Chicago, IL
-Philadelphia, PA
-Boston, MA
-Jersey City, NJ
-Newark, NJ
-Trenton, NY
-Camden, NJ
-Atlantic City, NJ
-Pittsburgh, PA
-Cleveland, OH
-Youngstown, OH
-Columbus, OH
-Dayton, OH
-Cincinnati, OH
-Indianapolis, IN
-Flint, MI
-Detroit, MI
-St. Louis, MO
-Milwaukee, WI
-Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN
-Omaha, NE
-Kansas City, MO
-Des Moines, IA
-Rochester, NY
-Yonkers, NY
-Syracuse, NY
-Buffalo, NY
-Providence, RI
-Hartford, CT
-New Haven, CT
-Burlington, VT
-Manchester, NH
-Harrisburg, PA
-Reading, PA
-Scranton, PA

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In the South/Western US you got:
-Washington, D.C.
-Baltimore, MD
-Atlanta, GA
-Wilmington, DE
-Richmond, VA
-Newport News-Hampton-Virginia Beach, VA
-Charlotte, NC
-Raleigh-Durham, NC
-Columbia, SC
-Myrtle Beach, SC
-Louisville, KY
-Knoxville, KY
-Memphis, TN
-Nashville, TN
-Miami, FL
-Orlando, FL
-Jacksonville, FL
-Tampa, FL
-Savannah, GA
-Augusta, GA
-Columbus, GA
-New Orleans, LA
-Baton Rouge, LA
-Houston, TX
-Dallas-Fort Worth, TX
-Austin, TX
-Birmingham, AL
-Montgomery, AL
-Jackson, MS
-Little Rock, Arkansas
-San Antonio, TX
-Los Angeles, CA
-Oakland, CA
-San Francisco, CA
-San Diego, CA
-Portland, OR
-Seattle, WA
-Las Vegas, NV
-Phoenix, AZ
-Albuquerque, NM
-Oklahoma city, OK
-Denver, CO
-Salt Lake City, UT
-San Jose, CA
-Gulfport, MS

 
Old 01-03-2011, 03:30 PM
 
Location: Southeastern Tennessee
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The Northeast/Midwest.

Quote:
Knoxville, KY
Knoxville, Tennessee.
 
Old 01-03-2011, 03:35 PM
 
Location: Austin, TX/Chicago, IL/Houston, TX/Washington, DC
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My favorite cities in the Northeast & Midwest:
- Chicago
- New York City
- Detroit
- Buffalo
- Pittsburgh

My favorite cities in the West & South:
- Way to many to list....
 
Old 01-03-2011, 08:22 PM
 
Location: West Cobb County, GA (Atlanta metro)
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You're not making any real comparisons. You're simply asking "which is better" and that is FAR too vague, and variations of this have been brought up before. Please see the room sticky for posting guidelines for the room. Thank you.
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