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Old 09-06-2016, 11:35 AM
 
Location: North Carolina
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Cary clocked in at 16th...




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Midsize Cities
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1 Austin, TX
(58.18) 1 Overland Park, KS
(68.49) 1 Frisco, TX
(60.47) 2 Denver, CO
(59.98) 2 Plano, TX
(59.73) 2 McKinney, TX
(59.72) 3 Nashville, TN
(57.43) 3 Lincoln, NE
(63.55) 3 Richardson, TX
(59.44) 4 Seattle, WA
(49.18) 4 Boise, ID
(63.73) 4 Murfreesboro, TN
(60.34) 5 Aurora, CO
(59.35) 5 Irvine, CA
(45.68) 5 Allen, TX
(62.76) 6 Fort Worth, TX
(53.98) 6 Irving, TX
(55.92) 6 Thornton, CO
(65.42) 7 Colorado Springs, CO
(60.72) 7 Madison, WI
(60.47) 7 Arvada, CO
(62.40) 8 Portland, OR
(49.43) 8 Grand Prairie, TX
(60.02) 8 Denton, TX
(58.34) 9 Raleigh, NC
(58.65) 9 Durham, NC
(55.58) 9 Greeley, CO
(65.46) 10 Lexington, KY
(62.84) 10 Gilbert, AZ
(57.36) 10 Cary, NC
(56.85) 11 Dallas, TX
(52.78) 11 Salt Lake City, UT
(62.80) 11 Carrollton, TX
(59.84) 12 Houston, TX
(54.19) 12 Fort Wayne, IN
(59.05) 12 Fort Collins, CO
(61.69) 13 Wichita, KS
(55.61) 13 Laredo, TX
(61.20) 13 Westminster, CO
(64.31) 14 Arlington, TX
(56.54) 14 Garland, TX
(59.32) 14 Longmont, CO
(64.11) 15 Omaha, NE
(58.80) 15 Fremont, CA
(44.21) 15 Centennial, CO
(62.98) 16 Charlotte, NC
(53.38) 16 Vancouver, WA
(53.48) 16 Bellevue, WA
(51.15) 17 El Paso, TX
(60.59) 17 Grand Rapids, MI
(60.36) 17 Lakewood, CO
(57.95) 18 San Jose, CA
(44.02) 18 Chandler, AZ
(56.78) 18 Sunnyvale, CA
(45.50) 19 Washington, DC
(40.99) 19 Anchorage, AK
(47.55) 19 Hillsboro, OR
(55.11) 20 Minneapolis, MN
(54.55) 20 Peoria, AZ
(54.90) 20 Broken Arrow, OK
(62.75) 21 Boston, MA
(44.43) 21 Elk Grove, CA
(52.18) 21 Norman, OK
(61.38) 22 San Francisco, CA
(43.27) 22 Salem, OR
(49.04) 22 Boulder, CO
(55.03) 23 Pittsburgh, PA
(59.80) 23 Springfield, MO
(56.08) 23 Roswell, GA
(57.22) 24 Oklahoma City, OK
(57.96) 24 Des Moines, IA
(59.11) 24 Beaverton, OR
(52.67) 25 San Diego, CA
(46.05) 25 Tempe, AZ
(49.58) 25 Santa Clara, CA
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Old 09-06-2016, 11:43 AM
 
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It's crazy how many places in Texas are at the top of the list.
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Old 09-06-2016, 11:48 AM
 
Location: North Carolina
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It's crazy how many places in Texas are at the top of the list.
I noticed that too.
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Old 09-06-2016, 12:07 PM
 
Location: Raleigh, NC
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I noticed that too.
Texas is a pretty big state........
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Old 09-06-2016, 12:31 PM
 
Location: My House
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Some of those listed for Texas are really nice smaller cities.
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Old 09-06-2016, 01:00 PM
 
Location: Apex
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Raleigh #9 and Charlotte #16 among large cities (scroll down for ranking by city size). Durham #9 for midsize cities, Cary #10 for small cities.
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Old 09-06-2016, 01:39 PM
 
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Found this in another thread

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Old 09-06-2016, 01:44 PM
 
Location: Raleigh, NC
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Wow, people sure like HOT weather !!! Both Texas and Florida are nice places to visit but I sure wouldn't want to live in either year round.
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Old 09-06-2016, 01:50 PM
 
Location: Apex
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Wow, people sure like HOT weather !!! Both Texas and Florida are nice places to visit but I sure wouldn't want to live in either year round.
Texas numbers are high because of the sheer size of the state (and of course a few cities which are population-heavy because of same).

Florida numbers are high because of tax advantages, retiree magnet (and of course warm weather and lots of beaches).
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Old 09-06-2016, 04:29 PM
 
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Wow, people sure like HOT weather !!! Both Texas and Florida are nice places to visit but I sure wouldn't want to live in either year round.
Florida is so cheap in many places you can get a nice part time home to live in. Not sure about Texas. I am with you on living there year round, no thanks.
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