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The Midwest posted population growth in both its nonmetro and metro areas from 1990 to 2000, but nonmetro areas with larger cities and closer to metro centers were more likely to gain residents than were completely rural counties. Nonmetro counties closer to urban areas were also less likely to lose youth and more likely to gain residents of working age. The Midwest saw a dramatic increase in Hispanic residents from 1990 to 2000, with numbers at least doubling in many nonmetro counties.

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