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Most Americans believe that rural areas epitomize traditional values of family, religion, and self-sufficiency and that they are more attractive, friendlier, and safer, particularly for children.  These perceptions, interestingly enough, are also held by the majority of suburbanites and an only slightly larger proportion of rural residents.  However exaggerated this image might be, it suggests that there is a large, mostly untapped population that would consider a move to a smaller community in the Plains
Rise of the Great Plains

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US Census Bureau