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Old 06-02-2017, 01:30 PM
 
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Well, you're quite wrong. Again. I have done the research, and you can to, if you want, as opposed to just making up numbers Here's a site where you can find out the population within a radius of any given point:

CAPS10C - Missouri Census Data Center

Within 50 miles of the center of the Triad (a reasonable proxy for a 1 hour drive), the population is barely over 2 million. You have to go to 100 miles in order to reach 7 million, which as you said, is way more than an hour

Whitsett to Charlotte is 103 miles, by the way. No way you're doing that in 70 minutes.
It's actually 101 miles to downtown Charlotte from where I live since you want to be technical lol and i can do that in a hour 10mins no traffic easy. from me I can get to any where in the raliegh area in under a hour so that's Around 2.3million people right there, more then your number you made up. then I can get to most of the Charlotte metro except the south side ballayntyne area in under 1hr 15mins so that's another let's say 2million people since the whole Charlotte metro is around 2.7million so add that up from my house I have access to over 6million people counting the 1.6 in the triad with in a hour 15mins and that's not counting going up to Danville and va so..... I appreciate the page but your wrong sorry.
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Old 06-02-2017, 01:35 PM
 
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Oh and that site is using 2010 numbers lol come on man/women you can't be serious did you even look at that? 6million people is actually on the lower side but ok I'll
Admit I was wrong about the 7million but you could add charlottes metro and triad and Greenvilles metro and you still won't pass 6million people ���� so...... Next time pull up atleast 2016 census data smh
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Old 06-02-2017, 01:37 PM
 
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It's actually 101 miles to downtown Charlotte from where I live since you want to be technical lol and i can do that in a hour 10mins no traffic easy. from me I can get to any where in the raliegh area in under a hour so that's Around 2.3million people right there, more then your number you made up. then I can get to most of the Charlotte metro except the south side ballayntyne area in under 1hr 15mins so that's another let's say 2million people since the whole Charlotte metro is around 2.7million so add that up from my house I have access to over 6million people counting the 1.6 in the triad with in a hour 15mins and that's not counting going up to Danville and va so..... I appreciate the page but your wrong sorry.
101 miles in 70 minutes means you average 86.57 miles per hour. Thats the actual math. I hope you don't. You're not averaging 86 miles an hour.

Secondly, you are the one making up numbers. Use the link to the site and and see what you get. Here are the actual numbers:

Population within 50 mile radius of:

Kernersville (center of the Triad): 1,957,283
Charlotte: 2,714,536
Research Triangle Park: 2,266,405

Sorry, you have no idea what you're talking about, and the numbers prove it.
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Old 06-02-2017, 01:52 PM
 
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From my 27377 code 90mile radius on your 2010 site
Total Population 5,405,617
Total Population 2000 4,456,850
Change in Population 2000-2010 948,767 21.3
Males 2,625,857 48.6
Females 2,779,760 51.4
Population Density 291.5
Land Area Sq. Miles

So 7yrs later actually I was wrong it would be around 6.5million people sorry smh that's using the numbers from your site
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Old 06-02-2017, 01:53 PM
 
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101 miles in 70 minutes means you average 86.57 miles per hour. Thats the actual math. I hope you don't. You're not averaging 86 miles an hour.

Secondly, you are the one making up numbers. Use the link to the site and and see what you get. Here are the actual numbers:

Population within 50 mile radius of:

Kernersville (center of the Triad): 1,957,283
Charlotte: 2,714,536
Research Triangle Park: 2,266,405

Sorry, you have no idea what you're talking about, and the numbers prove it.

Please explain
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Old 06-02-2017, 01:54 PM
 
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so yes like I said from the triad where I live I have access to almost 7million people with in a 90mile radius. But you will say that's wrong smh
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Old 06-02-2017, 01:59 PM
 
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90-mile radius of specified point (28206)
Subject Number Percent
1. Total Population Trends, Etc.
Universe: Total Population
Total Population 4,340,799
Total Population 2000 3,688,526
Change in Population 2000-2010 652,273 17.7
Males 2,112,486 48.7
Females 2,228,313 51.3
Population Density 273.0
Land Area Sq. Miles

Once again from your site lol just proving you wrong with your sites old numbers that is from the center of Charlotte. Like I said I have access to almost 1 million more people then somebody who lives in the center of Charlotte does. I'm done just wanted to show you how little you knew about this topic
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Old 06-02-2017, 02:04 PM
 
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From my 27377 code 90mile radius on your 2010 site
Total Population 5,405,617
Total Population 2000 4,456,850
Change in Population 2000-2010 948,767 21.3
Males 2,625,857 48.6
Females 2,779,760 51.4
Population Density 291.5
Land Area Sq. Miles

So 7yrs later actually I was wrong it would be around 6.5million people sorry smh that's using the numbers from your site
90 miles isn't an hour. Again, your use of 6.5 million is made up. AND, if you use a 90 mile radius, you can literally find dozens, if not hundreds of place that have a greater population, which was your original point (now thoroughly debunked).
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Old 06-02-2017, 02:06 PM
 
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Lol so your wrong and you cover it up with a hour isn't 90 miles? Lol that's all you have to say? A hour isn't 50mile either last time I checked
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Old 06-02-2017, 02:08 PM
 
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90 miles isn't an hour. And the site uses 2010 data, so I have no idea what the "Change in Population 2000-2010" has to do with anythging. AND, if you use a 90 mile radius, you can literally find dozens, if not hundreds of place that have a greater population, which was your original point (now thoroughly debunked).
Please find me hundreds of places I'll wait just like I waited on your other false facts
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