Kansas City is now the 31st largest metro area in the United States, dropping from 30th in 2017. New estimates released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau indicate the Austin, Texas, metro area surpassed Kansas City in 2018. While Kansas City's growth has been steady, it's being eclipsed by cities in the south and west, Mid-America Regional Council economist Jeff Pinkerton said.
Thursday, April 18, 2019
KANSAS CITY POPULATION SHRINKING!!!
There are a great many ways to spin this not so fun fact but the reality is that BOTH KC PROPER AND THE SUBURBS ARE LOSING RESIDENTS as flyover country falls behind the rest of the nation. Checkit: