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Hartford ranks 10th in percentage daytime population increase

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Daytime Population Change Census 2000

For city proper ranked by percentage increase in daytime population due to commuting for those cities over 100,000 with a minimum 10% daytime population increase.

Daytime Population Increase; Percentage Increase; City

105,637 73.8 Irvine city, CA

131,180 72.2 Salt Lake City city, UT

410,794 71.8 Washington city, DC

131,501 70.7 Orlando city, FL

64,448 63.0 Santa Clara city, CA

259,957 62.4 Atlanta city, GA

115,806 62.2 Paradise CDP, NV

68,219 58.7 Columbia city, SC

59,174 58.4 Cambridge city, MA

65,860 54.2 Hartford city, CT

80,131 52.6 Fort Lauderdale city, FL

80,341 51.6 Chattanooga city, TN

144,051 47.5 Tampa city, FL

80,035 46.0 Knoxville city, TN

138,191 41.3 Pittsburgh city, PA

242,092 41.1 Boston city, MA

43,850 40.0 Bellevue city, WA

59,078 39.0 Springfield city, MO

59,768 37.7 Tempe city, AZ

135,066 37.3 Miami city, FL

36,376 36.3 Burbank city, CA

65,895 36.0 Little Rock city, AR

87,309 36.0 Birmingham city, AL

77,466 35.2 Rochester city, NY

122,234 35.1 St. Louis city, MO

68,079 34.4 Richmond city, VA

34,512 34.3 Livonia city, MI

80,342 31.4 Louisville city, KY

102,720 31.0 Cincinnati city, OH

160,043 28.4 Seattle city, WA

155,486 28.0 Denver city, CO

93,305 25.1 Honolulu CDP, HI

69,193 25.1 Raleigh city, NC

95,476 25.0 Minneapolis city, MN

100,933 24.8 Sacramento city, CA

114,840 24.0 Cleveland city, OH

101,966 23.1 Kansas City city, MO

121,743 23.0 Portland city, OR

59,675 21.8 Newark city, NJ

168,747 21.7 San Francisco city, CA

114,655 21.2 Charlotte city, NC

403,313 20.6 Houston city, TX

76,558 19.6 Omaha city, NE

106,202 19.5 Nashville-Davidson (balance), TN

127,328 19.4 Austin city, TX

227,555 19.1 Dallas city, TX

74,836 19.0 Tulsa city, OK

94,645 18.7 Oklahoma City city, OK

47,605 16.3 Buffalo city, NY

102,743 15.8 Memphis city, TN

121,962 15.6 Indianapolis city (balance), IN

41,497 14.5 St. Paul city, MN

92,625 14.2 Baltimore city, MD

74,826 14.0 Fort Worth city, TX

59,804 12.3 New Orleans city, LA

30,335 11.6 Lexington-Fayette, KY

141,927 11.6 San Diego city, CA

82,520 11.6 Columbus city, OH

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Imagine if just 10% of those commuters moved downtown. I'm not sure that these statistics demonstrate a demand for housing in Hartford, but with traffic and gas prices where they are, these commuters should be the target market of new downtown residential developments.

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