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View Poll Results: Which group of cities offers the better urban living experience?
Old School (Cleveland, Cincinnati, St Louis, Pittsburgh) 39 44.83%
New School (Denver, Portland, Minneapolis, Seattle) 48 55.17%
Voters: 87. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 08-16-2013, 10:52 PM
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Originally Posted by speagles84 View Post
I was just pointing out a lot of these cities annexed other areas. In my opinion, I don't think Minneapolis is quite "old school" and its definitely not "new school".
I don't think cities like Portland or seattle had any border towns with significant population to annex in 1890. And Pittsburgh has some real population problems, barely staying above 300,000 these days is sad for a city that had well over 600,000 at its peak. Really it is quite pathetic actually.
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