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^---- There already IS a mass exodus from the county!
The gasoline price has two effects, though. One school of thought is that with the end of cheap gasoline, people will move back from the suburbs to the city. Another school of thought says that the whole economy will suffer, including cities. Apparently, we are experience a combination of the two. Suburban sprawl continues, but at a slower pace. There is renewed interest in city living. But oh, how are the first ring suburbs going to come out?