These markets are not historically Latino population centers, but showed the fastest growth in Latino population over a 20-year period. BR> 1) RALEIGH-DURHAM, N.C. 72,580 6% 1,180% 2) ATLANTA 268,851 7% 995% 3) GREENSBORO-WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. 62,210 5% 962% 4) CHARLOTTE, N.C. 77,09 25% 932% 5) ORLANDO, FLA. 271,627 17% 859% 6) LAS VEGAS 322,038 21% 753% 7) NASHVILLE, TENN. 40,139 3% 630% 8) FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA. 271,652 17% 578% 9) SARASOTA, FLA. 38,682 ...
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