Small-Town and Rural America See Growth

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    Just where the elitists don’t want.


    As midterm elections near, smaller, redder places show more economic growth


    This article comes with all sorts of charts and graphics. But, the bottom line is that the part of America between the Left and East Coasts are growing and becoming more inviting. Thanks to the president’s economic policies.


    These patterns are notable for what they say about the contours of national economic activity but also because they reflect what’s happening on the ground, in particular urban and rural areas. And in this regard, the dynamics of the current economic surge—strong goods production and relatively weaker services provision—slightly disfavor larger, bluer, tech- and service-oriented metros, and relatively favor smaller, more rural, and redder communities by comparison to their recent problems. This conclusion aligns with the findings of smart analysts like Jed Kolko of Indeed. And it suggests that growth patterns are now playing out fairly positively for many if not all smaller communities and rural areas.

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    Operation costs are generally cheaper in more rural areas.
     
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    Which means what? Ozone levels are generally higher in rural areas, which means nothing.
     

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