What would be the fastest-growing areas in the US today if Mexico would've kept Texas and Alta California?

Futurist

Ad Honoris
May 2014
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SoCal
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Does Washington state not become part of the US in this?
I would prefer that it didn't, but I would encourage you to respond to both scenarios.

The Caribbean coast and the south would be the prime real estate for this as they are the warmest. If you look at your growth map the fastest growth areas were in the sunbelt. The south would see a new wave of migration.
I would say Florida, the Caribbean coast, Louisiana and Georgia.
What exactly do you mean by Caribbean coast? Do you consider the Gulf of Mexico coast to be a part of the Caribbean coast?
 
Apr 2017
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U.S.A.
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I would prefer that it didn't, but I would encourage you to respond to both scenarios.



What exactly do you mean by Caribbean coast? Do you consider the Gulf of Mexico coast to be a part of the Caribbean coast?
If it does, its importance as the only pacific coast region would encourage much settlement. If not then the Mississippi river region would be more important.

Yes, that's what I meant.
 
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