In 1990, the United States achieved the distinction of being the first country
to have more suburbanites than city and rural dwellers combined.
- How people in urban, suburban and rural … – Pew Social Trends
Most urban and rural Americans say people in other types of … – Among rural and urban dwellers, those with more … Similarly, majorities of suburbanites say they … are more likely than Democrats and those who lean …
- City vs. Country: Who Is Healthier? – WSJ
Jul 12, 2011 – For many urban dwellers, the country conjures up images of clean air, fresh food and … Rural residents are now more likely than other Americans to be obese, … Suburbanites also have the fewest low-birth-weight babies, …
- Rural and Urban America Have More in Common Than You … – CityLab
May 22, 2018 – Rural and Urban America Have More in Common Than You Think … Suburbanites, on the other hand, feel they enjoy a positive image in society. … About 70 percent of urban dwellers say this is important, compared to only …
- Overall, Americans in the Suburbs Are Still the Happiest – CityLab
Aug 25, 2014 – Within urban areas, whites were far more likely than minorities to say … Rural residents were the most likely to perceive their communities as having declined. … to 17 percent of urban dwellers and 14 percent of suburbanites.
- Urban, Rural, or in Between, Many Americans Share the Same …
May 30, 2018 – By contrast, only 35 percent of suburbanites say addiction is a major … Two-thirds of urban dwellers (62 percent) and more than half of rural …