Fastest growing cities in the South

According to the latest census data, population growth in the last decade was concentrated in sleepy Southern cities like Austin, Charlotte and Orlando. Of the 11 metropolitan areas with the biggest jump, eight were located in the South, making it the fastest-growing region in the country. Here's why.

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