Despite a great deal real estate selling season hype, the big picture reveals that the Heartland isn't exactly in demand.
Skeptics might blame the pandemic or Prez Trump census limits but the numbers are worth considering for younger families and workers with careers that could take them other places.
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"Although the results of Monday's first 2020 Census results, called apportionment, are intriguing to the political class, the news for the 37 states not directly affected is in the underlying numbers. Missouri, which lost one seat in the U.S. House of Representatives after the 2010 Census, continues to see its population grow - just not particularly quickly.
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