Jul 19, 2008

Top 10 Fastest Growing US Cities

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Jul 19, 2008

Here is the list of top 10 Fastest growing Cities in United States of America (USA), these datas are collected based on the population growing in that particular cities, but one thing we have to keep our eye in keen is all these 10 cities are very closer to canda not more than 100 miles distance, Los Angeles is having a big count, but it is not fastly growing in its population these are the cities shows rapid growth in its population, If Population is growing faster it directly implicit the economy of that city and condition that exist there that people can survive liberally in their own foot. Most of the Tier I cities loosing their population from their core areas and people do migrate themselves to suburbs because of cheap cost of living. While comparing these datas with China and India the count is too low, but shrinks in some extent towards business.

The Fastest Growing Cities List
Rank Cities State Population on 7/1/2006 Population on 7/1/2005
1 North Las Vegas city Nevada 197,567 176,527
2 McKinney city Texas 107,530 96,805
3 Port St. Lucie city Florida 143,868 130,959
4 Cape Coral city Florida 151,389 139,986
5 Gilbert town Arizona 191,517 177,653
6 Grand Prairie city Texas 153,812 144,352
7 Peoria city Arizona 142,024 134,259
8 Cary town North Carolina 112,414 106,963
9 Denton city Texas 109,561 104,264
10 Lancaster city California 140,804 134,106

Rank Cities State Change Percent Numerical Change
1 North Las Vegas city Nevada 11.9 21,040
2 McKinney city Texas 11.1 10,725
3 Port St. Lucie city Florida 9.9 12,909
4 Cape Coral city Florida 8.1 11,403
5 Gilbert town Arizona 7.8 13,864
6 Grand Prairie city Texas 6.6 9,460
7 Peoria city Arizona 5.8 7,765
8 Cary town North Carolina 5.1 5,451
9 Denton city Texas 5.1 5,297
10 Lancaster city California 5 6,698

But By associated Press Data the List may vary by

1. Palm Coast, Fla.: 7.2 percent
2. St. George, Utah: 5.1 percent
3. Raleigh-Cary, N.C.: 4.7 percent
4. Gainesville, Ga.: 4.5 percent
5. Austin-Round Rock, Texas: 4.3 percent
6. Myrtle Beach-Conway-N.C.-Myrtle Beach, S.C.: 4.2 percent
7. Charlotte-Gastonia-Concord, N.C.-S.C.: 4.2 percent
8. New Orleans-Metairie-Kenner, La.: 4 percent
9. Grand Junction, Colo.: 3.7 percent
10. Clarksville, Tenn.-Ky.: 3.7 percent


Source: The Associated Press, Paul J. Weber (03/27/08)

 
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