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View Poll Results: Southern Tiger!Southern(Southeast) metro's with most visible presence
Miami 10 17.86%
Atlanta 29 51.79%
Nashville 2 3.57%
Orlando 3 5.36%
Charlotte 5 8.93%
Jacksonville 1 1.79%
New Orleans 1 1.79%
Memphis 0 0%
Raleigh Durham 5 8.93%
Voters: 56. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 06-15-2015, 07:22 AM
 
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You for got Birmingham who seems to have a growing Asian presence.after the World Games in 2021 no telling how many International transplants will flock there with all the Growth in Birmingham an around it.
Asian population percentages:
Birmingham 1.0%
Jefferson County, Alabama 1.4%
Birmingham, Alabama MSA - 1.2%
National Average - 4.75%

In other words, just stop.

And no, I don't think hosting the World Games in 2021 is going to make tens of thousands of Asians flock to the city
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Old 06-15-2015, 08:58 PM
 
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Why is Miami only 1% Asian
Back when I was living in S.FL the only Asians that I would see regularly, were the ones working in the Chinese Restaurants.
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