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Old 11-23-2011, 07:55 PM
 
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I have been around the Raleigh-Durham area and thought it was very nice indeed. Very clean; not too big, not too small. And from what I hear, the culture shock would not be too much. But the question is.....would it be better than living in the Hartford, CT area, which is even more progressive and more populated?
Actually you're underestimating the Raleigh-Durham area. It's quite a bit larger than the Hartford metro area (1.7 million versus 1.2 million) and when it comes to Durham-Chapel Hill-Carrboro especially, more progressive than Hartford despite being in North Carolina versus Connecticut.
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