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Old 10-22-2009, 10:28 PM
 
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O.K. folks,

I have compiled a comprehensive demographic listing of suburbs of some major American metropolitan areas. They show the white demographic of the kindergarted through 5th grade age range in these suburbs. Every variable available was taken into account. These may help give you an idea where these suburbs are heading in the next 20 years or so. That is only if future immigration is curtailed. If it is not, you can cut 20% off those numbers in 20 years for overall town demographic of all ages. The biggest travesty inevitable though is the 100+ million people that will be added to this country in a short period. Sick of the traffic jams, racial balkanization and loss of open land now, just wait.......

New York Metro
Population: 22,953,086
Percentage W: 55%




1. New Hartford, CT* 99%
2. Goshen, CT* 99%
3. Oakdale, NY 98%
4. Thomaston, CT 98%
5. Barkhamsted, CT 98%
6. Harwinton, CT 98%
7. Sea Girt, NJ* 98%
8. Monmouth Beach, NJ* 98%
9. Cold Spring Harbor, NY* 97%
10. Killingworth, CT* 97%
11. Walnutport, PA 97%
12. Califon, NJ* 97%
13. Rumson, NJ* 97%
14. Massapequa Park, NY 96%
15. Northport, NY* 96%
16. Kings Park, NY* 96%
17. Durham, CT 96%
18. Prospect, CT 96%
19. Haddam, CT* 96%
20. Bridgewater, CT* 96%
21. Plymouth, CT 96%
22. Middlefield, CT 96%
23. Shrewsbury, NJ* 96%
24. Branchville, NJ 96%
25. Great Meadows, NJ 96%
26. Harmony, NJ 96%
27. Johnsonburg, NJ 96%
28. Sayville, NY 95%
29. Wantagh, NY* 95%
30. Shelter Island, NY* 95%
31. Woodbury, CT* 95%
32. New Fairfield, CT* 95%
33. Norfolk, CT* 95%
34. North Branford, CT 95%
35. Middlebury, CT* 95%
36. Roxbury, CT* 95%
37. Nazareth, PA 95%
38. Bangor, PA 95%

39. West Milford, NJ* 95%
40. Little Silver, NJ* 95%
41. Fair Haven, NJ* 95%
42. Andover, NJ 95%
43. Oceanport, NJ* 95%
44. Glen Gardner, NJ* 95%
45. Garden City, NY* 94%
46. Massapequa, NY 94%
47. Armonk, NY* 94%
48. East Islip, NY 94%
49. Wading River, NY* 94%
50. Darien, CT* 94%
51. New Canaan, CT* 94%
52. Chester, CT* 94%
53. Sharon, CT* 94%
54. East Hampton, CT 94%
55. North Canaan, CT 94%
56. Bethlehem, CT* 94%
57. Northford, CT 94%
58. Oxford, CT* 94%
59. Pen Argyl, PA 94%
60. Hellertown, PA 94%
61. Wind Gap, PA 94%
62. Bath, PA 94%
63. Spring Lake, NJ* 94%
64. Frenchtown, NJ* 94%
65. Belvidere, NJ 94%
66. Pequannock, NJ* 94%
67. Manahawkin, NJ 94%
68. Milford, NJ 94%
69. Bay Head, NJ* 94%
70. Oxford, NJ 94%
71. Lavallette, NJ 94%
72. Bayport, NY 93%
73. Katonah, NY* 93%
74. Mattituck, NY 93%
75. Bayville, NY 93%
76. St. James, NY* 93%


77. Croton Falls, NY* 93%
78. Callicoon, NY 93%
79. Bohemia, NY 93%
80. Lewisboro, NY* 93%
81. Roscoe, NY 93%
82. Westport, CT* 93%
83. Ridgefield, CT* 93%
84. Madison, CT* 93%
85. Terryville, CT 93%
86. Westbrook, CT 93%
87. Washington, CT* 93%
88. East Haddam, CT 93%
89. Warren, CT 93%
90. Northampton, PA 93%
91. Kresgeville, PA 93%
92. Mendham, NJ* 93%
93. Hopewell, NJ* 93%
94. Colts Neck, NJ* 93%
95. Harding, NJ* 93%
96. Pittstown, NJ* 93%
97. Greendell, NJ* 93%
98. Montague, NJ 93%
99. Smithtown, NY* 92%
100. Port Jefferson, NY* 92%
101. Larchmont, NY* 92%
102. Seaford, NY 92%
103. East Northport, NY* 92%
104. Somers, NY* 92%
105. Miller Place, NY 92%
106. Woodstock, NY* 92%
107. Rocky Point, NY 92%
108. Watertown, CT 92%
109. Newtown, CT* 92%
110. Essex, CT* 92%
111. Weston, CT* 92%
112. Easton, CT* 92%
113. Salisbury, CT* 92%
114. Canaan, CT* 92%
115. Burlington, CT 92%
116. Sparta, NJ* 92%
117. Wyckoff, NJ* 92%
118. Blairstown, NJ 92%
119. Sussex, NJ 92%
120. Sergeantsville, NJ* 92%
121. Bloomsbury, NJ 92%
122. Lafayette, NJ* 92%
123. Lacey, NJ 92%
124. Knowlton, NJ 92%
125. Sandyston, NJ 92%
126. Bronxville, NY* 91%
127. Saugerties, NY 91%
128. Millerton, NY 91%
129. Grahamsville, NY 91%
130. Clinton, CT 91%
131. Redding, CT* 91%
132. Litchfield, CT 91%
133. Cornwall, CT* 91%
134. Clinton, NJ* 91%
135. Middletown, NJ* 91%
136. Cranford, NJ* 91%
137. Butler, NJ* 91%
138. Mountainside, NJ* 91%
139. White House Station, NJ* 91%
140. Allentown, NJ 91%
141. Stanhope, NJ 91%
142. Sea Bright, NJ* 91%
143. Ogdensburg, NJ 91%
144. Mountain Lakes, NJ* 91%
145. Seaside Park, NJ 91%
146. Stillwater, NJ 91%
147. Merrick, NY* 90%
148. Commack, NY* 90%
149. Pearl River, NY* 90%
150. Briarcliff Manor, NY* 90%
151. Rhinebeck, NY 90%
152. Southold, NY 90%
153. Tivoli, NY 90%
154. Thornwood, NY* 90%
155. East Quogue, NY 90%
156. Purchase, NY* 90%
157. Cottekill, NY 90%
158. Pleasant Valley, NY 90%
159. Wilton, CT* 90%
160. Portland, CT 90%
161. Southbury, CT* 90%
162. Old Saybrook CT* 90%
163. Monroe, CT* 90%
164. Oakville, CT 90%
165. Brookfield, CT* 90%
166. Caldwell, NJ* 90%
167. Clark, NJ* 90%
168. Chester, NJ* 90%
169. Oakland, NJ* 90%
170. Manasquan, NJ* 90%
171. Woodcliff Lake, NJ* 90%
172. Long Valley, NJ* 90%
173. Ringoes, NJ* 90%
174. Hope, NJ 90%
175. New Egypt, NJ 90%
176. Stockton, NJ 90%
177. Avon, NJ 90%
178. Chappaqua, NY* 89%
179. Cold Spring, NY* 89%
180. Sea Cliff, NY* 89%
181. Pound Ridge, NY* 89%
182. Millbrook, NY 89%
183. Deep River, CT* 89%
184. Cedar Grove, NJ* 89%
185. Morris Plains, NJ* 89%
186. Franklin Lakes, NJ* 89%
187. Tuckerton, NJ 89%
188. Oldwick, NJ* 89%
189. Hampton, NJ* 89%
190. Millstone, NJ* 89%
191. Bellmore, NY 88%
192. Mahopac, NY 88%
193. Greenlawn, NY* 88%
194. Setauket, NY* 88%
195. Red Hook, NY 88%
196. Pine Island, NY 88%
197. Quogue, NY* 88%
198. Fairfield, CT* 88%
199. Guilford, CT* 88%
200. Cheshire, CT* 88%
201. Kent, CT* 88%
202. Milford, PA 88%
203. Westfield, NJ* 88%
204. Newton, NJ 88%
205. Chatham, NJ* 88%
206. Atlantic Highlands, NJ* 88%
207. Hillsdale, NJ* 88%
208. Asbury/Franklin, NJ 88%
209. Ringwood, NJ* 88%
210. Milltown, NJ* 88%
211. Ship Bottom, NJ 88%
212. Vernon, NJ 88%
213. Allamuchy, NJ* 88%
214. Croton on Hudson, NY* 87%
215. Oceanside, NY* 87%
216. Glen Head, NY* 87%
217. Marlboro, NY 87%
218. Lake Grove, NY 87%
219. Milton, NY 87%
220. Pine Bush, NY 87%
221. Pine Plains, NY 87%
222. Seymour, CT 87%
223. Brodheadsville, PA 87%
224. Shohola, PA 87%
225. Midland Park, NJ* 87%
226. Saddle River, NJ* 87%
227. River Vale, NJ* 87%
228. Yorktown, NY* 86%
229. Oyster Bay, NY* 86%
230. Locust Valley, NY* 86%
231. Pawling, NY* 86%
232. Hyde Park, NY 86%
233. Eldred, NY 86%
234. Hopewell Junction, NY 86%
235. Orient, NY 86%
236. New Milford, CT 86%
237. Shelton, CT 86%
238. North Haven, CT 86%
239. Matamoras, PA 86%
240. Point Pleasant, NJ 86%
241. Ramsey, NJ* 86%
242. Glen Rock, NJ* 86%
243. Farmingdale, NJ 86%
244. Allendale, NJ* 86%
245. Branchburg, NJ* 86%
246. Riverdale, NJ* 86%
247. Ho Ho Kus, NJ* 86%
248. Franklin, NJ 86%
249. Garwood, NJ 86%
250. Rockville Centre, NY* 85%
251. Lynbrook, NY 85%
252. Rye, NY* 85%
253. East Rockaway, NY* 85%
254. Carmel, NY 85%
255. Plainview/Old Bethpage, NY* 85%
256. Ronkonkoma, NY 85%
257. Centereach, NY 85%
258. Dover Plains, NY 85%
259. Milford, CT 85%
260. East Haven, CT 85%
261. Trumbull, CT* 85%
262. Winsted, CT 85%
263. Wayne, NJ* 85%
264. Englishtown, NJ* 85%
265. Jackson, NJ 85%
266. Oradell, NJ* 85%
267. Verona, NJ* 85%
268. Emerson, NJ* 85%
269. Bloomingdale, NJ 85%
270. Upper Montclair, NJ* 85%
271. Jefferson, NJ 85%
272. Pennington, NJ* 85%
273. Hamburg, NJ 85%
274. Glen Ridge, NJ* 85%
275. Allenhurst, NJ* 85%
276. Pleasantville, NY* 84%
277. Accord, NY 84%
278. Branford, CT* 84%
279. Mountain Home, PA 84%
280. Denville, NJ* 84%
281. Bernardsville, NJ* 84%
282. East Hanover, NJ* 84%
283. Keyport, NJ 84%
284. Hackettstown, NJ 84%
285. Berkeley Heights, NJ* 84%
286. Washington, NJ 84%
287. Lambertville, NJ* 84%
288. Highlands, NJ 84%
289. Barnegat, NJ 84%
290. High Bridge, NJ 84%
291. Long Hill, NJ* 84%
292. Montvale, NJ* 84%
293. Bethpage, NY 83%
294. Highland, NY 83%
295. Westhampton Beach, NY* 83%
296. Warwick, NY 83%
297. Stony Point, NY 83%
298. Hewlett, NY* 83%
299. Stony Brook, NY* 83%
300. Carle Place, NY* 83%
301. Farmingville, NY 83%
302. Sloatsburg, NY 83%
303. Orange, CT* 83%
304. Woodbridge, CT* 83%
305. Flemington, NJ* 83%
306. Waldwick, NJ* 83%
307. Park Ridge, NJ* 83%
308. Peapack/Gladstone, NJ* 83%
309. Roseland, NJ* 83%
310. Stewartsville, NJ* 83%
311. Manhasset, NY* 82%
312. Orangetown, NY* 82%
313. Goshen, NY 82%
314. Franklin Square, NY 82%
315. Brewster, NY 82%
316. Port Jervis, NY 82%
317. Greenwood lake, NY 82%
318. Sag Harbor, NY* 82%
319. Livingston Manor, NY 82%
320. Paterson, NY 82%
321. Putnam Valley, NY 82%
322. Ocean Beach, NY 82%
323. Wallingford, CT 82%
324. Bethel, CT 82%
325. Cromwell, CT 82%
326. Hayworth, NJ* 82%
327. Deal, NJ* 82%
328. Far Hills, NJ* 82%
329. Lindenhurst, NY 81%
330. Center Moriches, NY 81%
331. Pelham, NY* 81%
332. Farmingdale, NY 81%
333. Tuxedo Park, NY* 81%
334. Chester, NY 81%
335. Otisville, NY 81%
336. Port Ewen, NY 81%
337. Ridgewood, NJ* 81%
338. Millburn, NJ* 81%
339. Madison, NJ* 81%
340. Toms River, NJ 81%
341. Whippany, NJ* 81%
342. Randolph, NJ* 81%
343. Harrington Park, NJ* 81%
344. Holmdel, NJ* 81%
345. Mount Arlington, NJ* 81%
346. Scarsdale, NY* 80%
347. Hastings on Hudson, NY* 80%
348. New City, NY* 80%
349. Minisink, NY 80%
350. Greenwich, CT* 80%
351. Westwood, NJ* 80%
352. Basking Ridge, NJ* 80%
353. Bridgewater, NJ* 80%
354. Pompton Lakes, NJ 80%
355. Roxbury, NJ* 80%
356. Fanwood, NJ* 80%
357. Union Beach, NJ 80%
358. Spotswood, NJ 80%
359. Roslyn, NY* 79%
360. Eastchester, NY* 79%
361. Cornwall, NY 79%
362. Wurtsboro, NY 79%
363. Fishkill, NY 79%
364. Amagansett, NY* 79%
365. Torrington, CT 79%
366. Phillipsburg, NJ 79%
367. New Providence, NJ* 79%
368. Hopatcong, NJ 79%
369. Syosset, NY* 78%
370. Suffern, NY* 78%
371. Islip, NY 78%
372. Harrison, NY* 78%
373. Long Beach, NY* 78%
374. Port Jefferson Station, NY* 78%
375. Bedford, NY* 78%
376. New Paltz, NY 78%
377. Montgomery, NY 78%
378. Selden, NY 78%
379. Florida, NY 78%
380. Amenia, NY 78%
381. Lincoln Park, NJ* 78%
382. Warren, NJ* 78%
383. Little Falls, NJ* 78%
384. Mahwah, NJ* 78%
385. Cranbury, NJ* 78%
386. Levittown, NY 77%
387. Floral Park, NY* 77%
388. Washingtonville, NY 77%
389. Irvington, NY* 77%
390. Summit, NJ* 77%
391. Robbinsville, NJ* 77%
392. Nutley, NJ 77%
393. Bedminster, NJ* 77%
394. Wanaque, NJ 77%
395. Great Neck, NY* 76%
396. Melville, NY* 76%
397. Wood-ridge, NJ 76%
398. Wallington, NJ 76%
399. Scotch Plains, NJ* 76%
400. Kenilworth, NJ 76%
401. Montville, NJ* 76%
402. Alpine, NJ* 76%
403. Port Washington, NY* 75%
404. Wappingers Falls, NY 75%
405. Ardsley, NY* 75%
406. White Lake, NY 75%
407. Naugatuck, CT 75%
408. Boonton, NJ 75%
409. Hawthorne, NJ 75%
410. South Amboy, NJ 75%
411. Oakhurst, NJ* 75%
412. Dobbs Ferry, NY* 74%
413. Wallkill, NY 74%
414. Hillsborough, NJ* 74%
415. Livingston, NJ* 74%
416. Springfield, NJ* 74%
417. Lyndhurst, NJ 74%
418. Rockaway, NJ* 74%
419. Saddle Brook, NJ 74%
420. Marlboro, NJ* 74%
421. Babylon, NY 73%
422. Monroe, NY 73%
423. Nanuet, NY* 73%
424. Tuckahoe, NY* 73%
425. Highland Falls, NY 73%
426. Totowa, NJ 73%
427. Peekskill, NY 72%
428. Dix Hills, NY* 72%
429. Mount Olive, NJ 72%
430. River Edge, NJ* 72%
431. Netcong, NJ 72%
432. Watchung, NJ* 72%
433. Woodmere, NY* 71%
434. Mastic Beach, NY 71%
435. Walden, NY 71%
436. Tannersville, PA 71%
437. Princeton, NJ* 71%
438. Fair Lawn, NJ* 71%
439. Tenafly, NJ* 71%
440. Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 71%
441. Old Tappan, NJ* 71%
442. Norwood, NJ* 71%
443. Woodbury, NY 70%
444. East Meadow, NY 70%
445. Lakehurst, NJ 70%
446. Middlesex, NJ 70%
447. Patchogue, NY 69%
448. Jamesport, NY 69%
449. Easton, PA 69%
450. Freehold, NJ 69%
451. Matawan, NJ 69%
452. Deer Park, NY 68%
453. Congers, NY* 68%
454. Metuchen, NJ* 68%
455. Carlstadt, NJ 68%
456. Jamesburg, NJ* 68%
457. Mamaroneck, NY* 67%
458. Southampton, NY* 67%
459. Lakewood, NJ 67%
460. North Arlington, NJ 67%
461. Cresskill, NJ* 67%
462. Tinton Falls, NJ 67%
463. Northvale, NJ* 67%
464. Mineola, NY 66%
465. Bridgehampton, NY* 66%
466. Stroudsburg, PA 66%
467. Old Bridge, NJ* 66%
468. Keansburg, NJ 66%
469. Rochelle Park, NJ 66%
470. Demarest, NJ* 66%
471. Greenbrook, NJ* 66%
472. Nyack, NY* 65%
473. Shirley, NY 65%
474. Rutherford, NJ* 65%
475. Highland Park, NJ 65%
476. Valhalla, NY* 64%
477. Montauk, NY 64%
478. Hamilton, NJ 64%
479. Montgomery, NJ* 64%
480. Dumont, NJ 64%
481. Belmar, NJ 64%
482. Kingston, NY 63%
483. Huntington Station, NY 63%
484. Cedarhurst, NY* 63%
485. Morristown, NJ* 63%
486. Paramus, NJ 63%
487. Williston Park, NY* 62%
488. Yaphank, NY 62%
489. Mount Kisco, NY* 61%
490. East Hampton, NY* 61%
491. Liberty, NY 61%
492. Manville, NJ 61%
493. Woodland Park, NJ 61%
494. Stratford, CT 60%
495. East Brunswick, NJ* 60%
496. South River, NJ 60%
497. Huntington, NY* 59%
498. Hicksville, NY 59%
499. New Hyde Park, NY 59%
500. East Stroudsburg, PA 59%
501. Maplewood, NJ* 59%
502. Closter, NJ* 59%
503. Raritan, NJ* 59%
504. Maywood, NJ 59%
505. Glen Cove, NY 58%
506. Ellenville, NY 58%
507. Middletown, CT 58%
508. Long Branch, NJ 58%
509. Lawrenceville, NJ* 58%
510. East Rutherford, NJ 58%
511. Elmwood Park, NJ 58%
512. Mine Hill, NJ 58%
513. West Hempstead, NY 57%
514. Bethlehem, PA 57%
515. Danbury, CT 56%
516. New Milford, NJ* 56%
517. Poughkeepsie, NY 55%
518. Hampton Bays, NY 55%
519. Greenport, NY 55%
520. South Orange, NJ* 55%
521. South Plainfield, NJ 55%
522. Mount Pocono, PA 54%
523. Bradley Beach, NJ 54%
524. Dunellen, NJ 53%
525. Sayreville, NJ 53%
526. Circleville, NY 52%
527. Hamden, CT 52%
528. Eatontown, NJ 52%
529. Cliffside Park, NJ 52%
530. Moonachie, NJ 52%
531. Tarrytown, NY* 51%
532. Riverhead, NY 51%
533. Bay Shore, NY 51%
534. Fallsburg, NY 51%
535. Bayonne, NJ 51%
536. Secaucus, NJ* 50%
537. Roselle Park, NJ 49%
538. Garfield, NJ 49%
539. Wharton, NJ 49%
540. Bellport, NY 48%
541. Somerville, NJ 48%
542. Parsippany, NJ* 48%
543. Brookhaven, NY 47%
544. West Haven, CT 47%
545. Princeton Junction, NJ* 47%
546. Weehawken, NJ 47%
547. Woodbridge, NJ 46%
548. Kearny, NJ 46%
549. Teaneck, NJ* 46%
550. Stamford, CT* 45%
551. Norwalk, CT* 45%
552. Montclair, NJ* 45%
553. Hightstown, NJ 45%
554. Ossining, NY 44%
555. Beacon, NY 44%
556. Haledon, NJ 44%
557. Meriden, CT 43%
558. Bloomfield, NJ 43%
559. Clifton, NJ 43%
560. Ewing, NJ 43%
561. Ridgefield, NJ 42%
562. Lodi, NJ 41%
563. South Brunswick, NJ* 40%
564. Edgewater, NJ* 40%
565. Harrison, NJ 40%
566. White Plains, NY* 39%
567. Monticello, NY 39%
568. Hoboken, NJ* 39%
569. South Hackensack, NJ 39%
570. Newburgh, NY 38%
571. Port Chester, NY 38%
572. Baldwin, NY 38%
573. Little Ferry, NJ 38%
574. Haverstraw, NY 37%
575. Malverne, NY 37%
576. Red Bank, NJ 37%
577. Ridgefield Park, NJ 35%
578. Bogota, NJ 35%
579. New Rochelle, NY* 34%
580. Waterbury, CT 34%
581. West Orange, NJ* 34%
582. Middletown, NY 33%
583. Amityville, NY 33%
584. Englewood, NJ* 33%
585. Leonia, NJ 33%
586. Elmsford, NY 32%
587. Edison, NJ* 32%
588. Somerset-Franklin, NJ* 32%
589. Belleville, NJ 32%
590. Yonkers, NY 31%
591. Fort Lee, NJ* 31%
592. Plainsboro, NJ* 31%
593. Bound Brook, NJ 31%
594. Fairview, NJ 31%
595. Piscataway, NJ 30%
596. North Brunswick, NJ 30%
597. Linden, NJ 30%
598. Union, NJ 29%
599. Valley Stream, NY 28%
600. Rahway, NJ 26%
601. Bergenfield, NJ 26%
602. North Plainfield, NJ 26%
603. Copiague, NY 25%
604. Spring Valley, NY 24%
605. Passaic, NJ 24%
606. Palisades Park, NJ 24%
607. Asbury Park, NJ 23%
608. Westbury, NY 22%
609. Inwood, NY 20%
610. Prospect Park, NJ 20%
611. Hartsdale, NY 19%
612. Carteret, NJ 19%
613. New Haven, CT 16%
614. Mount Vernon, NY 15%
615. Elizabeth, NJ 15%
616. Jersey City, NJ 14%
617. Hackensack, NJ 14%
618. North Bergen, NJ 14%
619. Freeport, NY 12%
620. Dover, NJ 11%
621. Elmont, NY 10%
622. Bridgeport, CT 10%
623. Hillside, NJ 10%
624. Wyandanch, NY 9%
625. Paterson, NJ 9%
626. Brentwood, NY 8%
627. Newark, NJ 8%
628. New Brunswick, NJ 6%
629. Perth Amboy, NJ 6%
630. Union City, NJ 6%
631. Plainfield, NJ 6%
632. Roselle, NJ 6%
633. Guttenberg, NJ 5%
634. Trenton, NJ 3%
635. Hempstead, NY 2%
636. Uniondale, NY 1%
637. Roosevelt, NY <1%
638. East Orange, NJ <1%
639. Orange, NJ <1%
640. Irvington, NJ <1%



Los Angeles Metro
Population: 17,775,984
Percentage W: 35%




1. Wrightwood 86%
2. Silverado 86%
3. Newport Beach* 85%
4. Laguna Beach* 82%
5. Malibu* 81%
6. Pacific Palisades* 80%
7. Topanga 80%
8. Beverly Hills* 79%
9. Westlake Village* 79%
10. Agoura Hills* 79%
11. Rancho Santa Margarita* 77%
12. Lake Hughes 77%
13. Calabasas* 76%
14. Hermosa Beach* 76%
15. Running Springs 76%
16. Ladera Ranch* 74%
17. Laguna Niguel* 73%
18. Manhattan Beach* 72%
19. Lake Arrowhead 72%
20. Idyllwild 71%
21. Brentwood Village* 70%
22. San Clemente* 69%
23. Yorba Linda* 69%
24. Crestline 68%
25. Thousand Oaks* 65%
26. Tarzana* 65%
27. Seal Beach* 65%
28. Mission Viejo* 63%
29. Woodland Hills* 63%
30. Aliso Viejo* 63%
31. Ojai 63%
32. Glendora* 62%
33. Sierra Madre* 62%
34. Huntington Beach* 61%
35. Valencia* 61%
36. Simi Valley* 61%
37. Dana Point* 61%
38. Palos Verdes* 60%
39. Encino* 60%
40. Los Alamitos 58%
41. La Canada Flintridge* 57%
42. Yucaipa 57%
43. Redondo Beach* 56%
44. Santa Monica* 55%
45. La Crescenta/Montrose* 55%
46. Camarillo 54%
47. Laguna Hills* 54%
48. Glendale 53%
49. Temecula 53%
50. Lake Forest 52%
51. Quartz Hill 52%
52. Oak View 52%
53. San Juan Capistrano* 51%
54. Murrieta 49%
55. Moorpark 49%
56. Burbank 48%
57. Claremont* 48%
58. Brea* 48%
59. Palm Desert 47%
60. Rancho Mirage 46%
61. Orange 44%
62. Redlands 44%
63. Apple Valley 42%
64. Ventura 41%
65. Hemet 41%
66. South Pasadena* 41%
67. Tujunga 40%
68. Santa Clarita* 39%
69. San Dimas 39%
70. Chatsworth 39%
71. Irvine* 38%
72. La Verne 38%
73. Costa Mesa 37%
74. Northridge 37%
75. Fountain Valley 37%
76. Placentia 37%
77. Upland 36%
78. Beaumont 36%
79. Lake Elsinore 35%
80. San Marino* 34%
81. Rancho Cucamonga* 32%
82. Corona 32%
83. Granada Hills 31%
84. Chino Hills* 31%
85. Lancaster 28%
86. Torrance 28%
87. Pasadena 27%
88. Palm Springs 27%
89. Fullerton 26%
90. Covina 25%
91. Tustin 24%
92. Riverside 22%
93. Arcadia 22%
94. Lakewood 20%
95. Long Beach 16%
96. Palmdale 16%
97. Downey 15%
98. Garden Grove 12%
99. Moreno Valley 12%
100. La Habra 12%
101. Bellflower 11%
102. Buena Park 11%
103. Anaheim 10%
104. Reseda 9%
105. Oxnard 8%
106. Fontana 6%



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Old 10-22-2009, 10:44 PM
 
Location: Chicagoland
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1. What's your source?
2. What do the asterisks mean?
3. Why multiple threads?
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Old 10-22-2009, 10:51 PM
 
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I don't even know where to begin with this post
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Old 10-22-2009, 10:52 PM
 
Location: Boise
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I'm pretty drunk right now, can you explain a little better what the hell you're talking about? But seriously did you have to type all this?
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Old 10-22-2009, 11:06 PM
 
Location: Happy wherever I am - Florida now
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Well, I'm not drunk and I don't know what you're talking about either. Interesting statistics though.
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Old 10-23-2009, 01:26 AM
 
Location: New Jersey
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As a fellow NJ native..................... I have to say; you have embarrassed me. Thanks!
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Old 10-23-2009, 08:19 AM
 
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I never realized the New York City metro area was so racially segregated. There are so many suburbs that have > 95% or < 1%. Cities like Atlanta and Dallas don't look like that.
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Old 10-23-2009, 08:26 AM
 
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I never realized the New York City metro area was so racially segregated. There are so many suburbs that have > 95% or < 1%. Cities like Atlanta and Dallas don't look like that.

The north has always been segregated. Up there, they like to tell you that they are open minded and accepting of all people, but that just isn't the case.

I used to live around Chicago in it's suburbs. No color in Naperville or on the North Shore.

The south is much more integrated than the north. You can clearly see that in the demographics of suburbs down here.

Point of this thread is that the OP is suggesting that suburbs will be going down as white population declines...
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Old 10-23-2009, 08:34 AM
 
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Point of this thread is that the OP is suggesting that suburbs will be going down as white population declines...
First, I fail to see how a person could extrapolate any sort of trend from this limited dataset. This is nothing more than a snapshot in time.

Second, IF that is his point, then basically he is claiming white superiority?
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Old 10-23-2009, 08:42 AM
 
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To actually add something of value to this thread, I see no future for far out suburbs, or exurbs, especially around sun belt cities. The homes in exurbs are poorly built production homes, all of which are practically falling down 5 years after they are built. Like all things in America today, they are built to be diposable. After the first generation of people move out, the next, and usually less well-off, generation moves in. The neighborhoods begin to decline and the cycle starts. In the meanwhile, developers are off to the next small town that they plan to turn into surbuban utopia. Rubber_Factory understands this, as they mentioned Atlanta and Dallas as examples of cities with suburbs. In some Dallas "suburbs" you will find yourself closer to the OK border than downtown Dallas.

Second, the cost of commuting, and time involved doing so, is too great. People are not so desperate to own a home that will move 45-50 miles outside of a city and drive 90 minutes (or more) each way to work. Eventually, you won't be able to give away a production home out on the fringe for this very reason, so the neighborhoods will go down. People with means will move back into cities for lower transportation costs and shorter commute times.

I used to live in an exurb and am speaking from experience. Those places are doomed. When we moved to our respective exurb, gas was about $1.50 per gallon. Within a year, it was $2.25. Eventually, gas was hovering around $4 per gallon. By that time, we had long moved out, but had we continued to live out there we would have been seriously impacted by transportation cost. Additionally, as the price of fuel rose, people stopped moving out that way. So, promised and planned shopping, dining, etc. never came out that way. To this day, there is nothing out there but a few neighborhoods, all of which have substantially declined in value (took big loss on sale) and are not being maintained.

The smart investment is in a viable area close in to the city. Doesn't have to be near the downtown core per se, but a least close to the major employment and shopping hubs within the metro area. More and more people are starting to realize this.

In conclusion, I think far out suburbia is doomed. Close in suburbia might be a different story (like Bethesda, MD, or Wilmette, IL, or Plano, TX), but places like Leesburg, VA, Carpentersville, IL and Pleasanton, CA will be wastelands. Not abandoned, but undesirable.
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