William H. Frey is a demographer and research scientist at the University of Michigan`s Population Studies Center, who studies how population is shifting within the U. S. Frey has produced a series of authoritative, provocative, and eye-opening essays on how America is changing. Increasingly, he says, it no longer makes sense to divide America along urban-suburban-rural lines. Instead, regions matter more. The red and blue election map we all saw in 2000 gave us a view of an American regional divide. But in fact, Frey says, there are not two Americas, there are three.
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