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Old 10-23-2008, 08:49 PM
 
Location: Zurich, Switzerland/ Piedmont, CA
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Well homebuliders in Las Vegas wont be able to start building homes normally till late 2010 or mid 2011 becuase of the economic mess there, if you add it all up there is no way reno or anyother city will see large growth, no 4 million for nevada maybe like 3,600,000 probably as far as will go.
I see your point.
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Old 10-24-2008, 06:41 PM
 
Location: Washington D.C. By way of Texas
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Ever heard of the Central Valley and the Inland Empire? I would like to see a lot more moving out but we keep growing 400,000-600,000 a year no matter what. Texans want to grow and grow. No Californian in their right mind wants that. I would ask that the state of Texas offer as many incentives to Californians as possible to begin a mass exodus out of the state. TYI
Why does the state of Texas have to be mentioned everytime you make a post? And when did someone tell you that Texans want to grow and grow?
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Old 08-02-2014, 11:47 PM
 
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My thing is this in regards to Florida and the 13 million plus differential from the 2000 US Census to the 2030 Census. That seems a lil over the top if not very far fetched. If that's the case, then From the 2000 US census to the 2030 Census, the {{Louisiana}} population from reach from over 4 million to approximately 14-17 million!

That also maybe far fetched, but the truth of the matter is that cities like New Orleans and Baton Rouge will merge into a Super Region and Twin Cities like Saint Paul and Minneapolis and Dallas/Fort Worth which resulted in increasing of economic development, not to mention the commuter rail, Trinity Railway Express {{TRE}}} is a key component of the economic success!

The New Orleans CSA {{Combined Statistical Area}} is currently at it's all time high at 1.4 million plus {{1,467,880}} And Baton Rouge CSA as at it's all time high at 809,821 and this is according to July 2009 so it should be a whole lot more!

When you add the N.O. CSA and the B.R. CSA you'll get over 2,277,701 people in the New Orleans Baton Rouge CSA

Lafayette, La and Lake Charles Louisiana is becoming a Super Region and Lafayette's CSA is at 616,113 while Lake Charles CSA is at 241,943 which puts them at 858,056.

New Orleans beat out California at the number 1 spot in the film industry and Cali was the Film champions hands down until then and Los Angeles/Hollywood is still on New Orleans' a$$ LOL

Hell there's even a NCIS: New Orleans that's getting great promotion! There wouldn't be a NCIS: New Orleans if the producers felt that there was no future in New Orleans as if tha N.O. is past tense! Schwarzenegger just shot Terminator: Genesis AKA Terminator 5 in New Orleans!

I would even much be surprised if Louisiana had reached to between 9 thru at least 14 million by the time 2030 hits, not to mention hitting the 17th million mark!
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Old 08-03-2014, 02:00 AM
 
Location: Allendale MI
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So the oil boom state of North Dakota will lose populations. Ok then
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Old 08-03-2014, 07:28 AM
 
Location: Atlanta
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My thing is this in regards to Florida and the 13 million plus differential from the 2000 US Census to the 2030 Census. That seems a lil over the top if not very far fetched. If that's the case, then From the 2000 US census to the 2030 Census, the {{Louisiana}} population from reach from over 4 million to approximately 14-17 million!

That also maybe far fetched, but the truth of the matter is that cities like New Orleans and Baton Rouge will merge into a Super Region and Twin Cities like Saint Paul and Minneapolis and Dallas/Fort Worth which resulted in increasing of economic development, not to mention the commuter rail, Trinity Railway Express {{TRE}}} is a key component of the economic success!

The New Orleans CSA {{Combined Statistical Area}} is currently at it's all time high at 1.4 million plus {{1,467,880}} And Baton Rouge CSA as at it's all time high at 809,821 and this is according to July 2009 so it should be a whole lot more!

When you add the N.O. CSA and the B.R. CSA you'll get over 2,277,701 people in the New Orleans Baton Rouge CSA

Lafayette, La and Lake Charles Louisiana is becoming a Super Region and Lafayette's CSA is at 616,113 while Lake Charles CSA is at 241,943 which puts them at 858,056.

New Orleans beat out California at the number 1 spot in the film industry and Cali was the Film champions hands down until then and Los Angeles/Hollywood is still on New Orleans' a$$ LOL

Hell there's even a NCIS: New Orleans that's getting great promotion! There wouldn't be a NCIS: New Orleans if the producers felt that there was no future in New Orleans as if tha N.O. is past tense! Schwarzenegger just shot Terminator: Genesis AKA Terminator 5 in New Orleans!

I would even much be surprised if Louisiana had reached to between 9 thru at least 14 million by the time 2030 hits, not to mention hitting the 17th million mark!
You have to be kidding. Their is NO way Louisiana will have 14-17 million,,,lol.
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Old 08-03-2014, 07:52 AM
 
Location: Austin
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My thing is this in regards to Florida and the 13 million plus differential from the 2000 US Census to the 2030 Census. That seems a lil over the top if not very far fetched. If that's the case, then From the 2000 US census to the 2030 Census, the {{Louisiana}} population from reach from over 4 million to approximately 14-17 million!

That also maybe far fetched, but the truth of the matter is that cities like New Orleans and Baton Rouge will merge into a Super Region and Twin Cities like Saint Paul and Minneapolis and Dallas/Fort Worth which resulted in increasing of economic development, not to mention the commuter rail, Trinity Railway Express {{TRE}}} is a key component of the economic success!

The New Orleans CSA {{Combined Statistical Area}} is currently at it's all time high at 1.4 million plus {{1,467,880}} And Baton Rouge CSA as at it's all time high at 809,821 and this is according to July 2009 so it should be a whole lot more!

When you add the N.O. CSA and the B.R. CSA you'll get over 2,277,701 people in the New Orleans Baton Rouge CSA

Lafayette, La and Lake Charles Louisiana is becoming a Super Region and Lafayette's CSA is at 616,113 while Lake Charles CSA is at 241,943 which puts them at 858,056.

New Orleans beat out California at the number 1 spot in the film industry and Cali was the Film champions hands down until then and Los Angeles/Hollywood is still on New Orleans' a$$ LOL

Hell there's even a NCIS: New Orleans that's getting great promotion! There wouldn't be a NCIS: New Orleans if the producers felt that there was no future in New Orleans as if tha N.O. is past tense! Schwarzenegger just shot Terminator: Genesis AKA Terminator 5 in New Orleans!

I would even much be surprised if Louisiana had reached to between 9 thru at least 14 million by the time 2030 hits, not to mention hitting the 17th million mark!
Louisiana population is 4.7 million. For the state to hit 17 million people it would have to nearly quadruple it's current population which I highly doubt it will. This is not to say Louisiana won't grow but if anything I could see it hitting the 5 million mark by then.
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Old 08-03-2014, 08:57 AM
 
Location: The canyon (with my pistols and knife)
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So the oil boom state of North Dakota will lose populations. Ok then
Many of those projections are absurd. There's no way that Pennsylvania is only adding 65,000 people in 20 years, especially since it's added 400,000 people in each of the last two decades despite being a "slow-growth" state.
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Old 08-03-2014, 09:41 AM
 
Location: Peoria, AZ
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DC is also not going to lose 150,000 people.

Arizona will not grow as fast as those projections either.
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Old 08-03-2014, 10:12 AM
 
Location: Auburn, New York
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10 Million in Jersey! Where are you gonna put them all?
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Old 08-03-2014, 10:19 AM
 
Location: Washington D.C. By way of Texas
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DC is also not going to lose 150,000 people.

Arizona will not grow as fast as those projections either.
DC could be over 700,000 by the time 2030 gets here.
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