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The Comparative Guide to American Suburbs 2019/2020, 10th Edition

  • David Garoogian
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  • ISBN-10: 1642650935
  • ISBN-13: 9781642650938
  • DDC: 317
  • 1000 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2019 | Published/Released December 2019
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2019

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Overview

This completely updated reference focuses on the individual and the suburban communities within each of the 75 largest U.S. metropolitan areas. You'll find profiles of over 2,700 Suburban Communities with a 10,000 + population. While there are a variety of sources that present statistics for metropolitan areas or for major cities, few have attempted to give comparative data on individual suburbs.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Table of Contents.
Introduction.
User Guide.
Metropolitan Area Profiles.
1: Akron, Ohio.
2: Albany, New York.
3: Albuquerque, New Mexico.
4: Allentown, Pennsylvania.
5: Atlanta, Georgia.
6: Austin, Texas.
7: Bakersfield, California.
8: Baltimore, Maryland.
9: Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
10: Birmingham, Alabama.
11: Boston, Massachusetts.
12: Bridgeport, Connecticut.
13: Buffalo, New York.
14: Cape Coral, Florida.
15: Charleston, South Carolina.
16: Charlotte, North Carolina.
17: Chicago, Illinois.
18: Cincinnati, Ohio.
19: Cleveland, Ohio.
20: Colorado Springs, Colorado.
21: Columbia, South Carolina.
22: Columbus, Ohio.
23: Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas.
24: Dayton, Ohio.
25: Denver, Colorado.
26: Detroit, Michigan.
27: El Paso, Texas.
28: Fresno, California.
29: Grand Rapids, Michigan.
30: Greensboro, North Carolina.
31: Greenville, South Carolina.
32: Hartford, Connecticut.
33: Honolulu, Hawaii.
34: Houston, Texas.
35: Indianapolis, Indiana.
36: Jacksonville, Florida.
37: Kansas City, Missouri.
38: Knoxville, Tennessee.
39: Las Vegas, Nevada.
40: Little Rock, Arkansas.
41: Los Angeles, California.
42: Louisville, Kentucky.
43: McAllen, Texas.
44: Memphis, Tennessee.
45: Miami-Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
46: Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
47: Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Minnesota.
48: Nashville, Tennessee.
49: New Haven, Connecticut.
50: New Orleans, Louisiana.
51: New York, New York.
52: North Port, Florida.
53: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
54: Omaha, Nebraska.
55: Orlando, Florida.
56: Oxnard, California.
57: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
58: Phoenix, Arizona.
59: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
60: Portland, Oregon.
61: Providence, Rhode Island.
62: Raleigh, North Carolina.
63: Richmond, Virginia.
64: Riverside, California.
65: Rochester, New York.
66: Sacramento, California.
67: Saint Louis, Missouri.
68: Salt Lake City, Utah.
69: San Antonio, Texas.
70: San Diego, California.
71: San Francisco-Oakland, California.
72: San Jose, California.
73: Seattle-Tacoma, Washington.
74: Stockton, California.
75: Tampa-Saint Petersburg, Florida.
76: Tucson, Arizona.
77: Tulsa, Oklahoma.
78: Virginia Beach-Norfolk, Virginia.
79: Washington, District of Columbia.
80: Worcester, Massachusetts.
National Rankings.
81: Land Area.
82: Water Area.
83: Elevation.
84: Population.
85: Population Growth Since 2010.
86: Population Density.
87: Race: White.
88: Race: Black.
89: Race: Asian.
90: Race: American Indian/Alaska Native.
91: Race: Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander.
92: Race: Two or More Races.
93: Hispanic Origin.
94: Average Household Size.
95: Age: Median.
96: Age: Under 18 Years Old.
97: Age: 65 Years Old and Over.
98: Male/Female Ratio.
99: Marriage Status: Never Married.
100: Marriage Status: Now Married.
101: Marriage Status: Widowed.
102: Marriage Status: Divorced.
103: Marriage Status: Separated.
104: Foreign Born.
105: Speak English-only at Home.
106: Individuals with Disabilities.
107: Veterans.
108: Ancestry: German.
109: Ancestry: Irish.
110: Ancestry: English.
111: Ancestry: American.
112: Ancestry: Italian.
113: Ancestry: Polish.
114: Ancestry: French.
115: Ancestry: Scottish.
116: Ancestry: Dutch.
117: Unemployment Rate.
118: Single-Family Building Permits.
119: Multi-Family Building Permits.
120: Homeowner Vacancy Rate.
121: Rental Vacancy Rate.
122: Occupation: Management, Business, and Financial.
123: Occupation: Computer, Engineering, and Science.
124: Occupation: Education, Legal, Community Service, Arts, and Media.
125: Occupation: Healthcare Practitioners.
126: Occupation: Service.
127: Occupation: Sales and Office.
128: Occupation: Natural Resources, Construction and Maintenance.
129: Occupation: Production, Transportation and Material Moving.
130: Mean Travel Time to Work.
131: Means of Transportation to Work: Automobile.
132: Means of Transportation to Work: Public Transportation.
133: Means of Transportation to Work: Walk.
134: Means of Transportation to Work: Work from Home.
135: Per Capita Income.
136: Median Household Income.
137: Average Household Income.
138: Households with Income of $100,000+.
139: Poverty Rate.
140: Total City Taxes.
141: City Property Taxes.
142: High School Graduates.
143: Bachelors Degree.
144: Graduate or Professional Degree.
145: Home Ownership Rate.
146: Median Home Value.
147: Homeowner Costs with Mortgage.
148: Homeowner Costs w/o Mortgage.
149: Median Gross Rent.
150: Median Year Structure Built.
151: Total Crime Rate.
152: Violent Crime Rate.
153: Property Crime Rate.
Metro Area Rankings.
154: Population.
155: Population Growth Since 2010.
156: Race: White.
157: Race: Black.
158: Race: Asian.
159: Race: American Indian/Alaska Native.
160: Race: Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander.
161: Race: Two or More Races.
162: Hispanic Origin.
163: Average Household Size.
164: Median Age.
165: Male/Female Ratio.
166: Foreign Born.
167: Speak English-only at Home.
168: Individuals with Disabilities.
169: Veterans.
170: Per Capita Income.
171: Median Household Income.
172: Average Household Income.
173: Households with Income of $100,000+.
174: Poverty Rate.
175: High School Graduates.
176: Bachelors Degree.
177: Graduate or Professional Degree.
178: Home Ownership Rate.
179: Median Home Value.
180: Median Gross Rent.
181: Religion: Catholicism.
182: Religion: Baptist.
183: Religion: Non-denominational Protestant.
184: Religion: Methodist/Pietist.
185: Religion: Lutheran.
186: Religion: Pentecostal.
187: Religion: Latter-day Saints.
188: Religion: Presbyterian-Reformed.
189: Religion: Muslim Estimate.
190: Religion: Judaism.