Thats not really the west metro that is all red thats mostly the middle around Minneapolis St. Paul and Bloomington where the densest population is. The main red ones are Cross town 394 towards Minneapolis Hwy. 100 around Minneapolis 35E in St. Paul and 35W in Minneapolis also 494 in heavy business oriented subrbs such as Eden Prairie, Minnetonka and Bloomington. So really there is nothing surprising about this as you see more densely populated cities have more red such as Minneapolis, St. Louis Park, Brooklyn Center, Richfield, Roseville, St. Paul, Bloomington, South/West St. Paul, Plymouth, Brooklyn Park, Edina,Hopkins, and part of Maple Grove are all in red, so i really dont know the significants of this thread?
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