Moving to sort-of whitopia?
I’m considering moving to a township in New Jersey that’s
more than 90% white 85.6% non-Hispanic white [sorry for the edit], 48% of the population has at least a Bachelor’s degree (so it’s not too badly prole), there’s a quaint historic downtown (but unfortunately also a lot of strip malls and a Walmart Supercenter, which sounds even more prole than just a regular Walmart), and housing prices are extremely cheap. I can buy a decent condo or townhouse for less than $200K. What’s the catch? It’s an hour and forty minute bus ride to the Port Authority in Manhattan, and costs something like $43 round trip. Once you go far enough from New York City such that commuting starts to seem impractical for all but the most hardy commuters, prices suddenly become affordable.
It doesn’t qualify under that guy’s definition of “whitopia” because the population hasn’t been growing during the last ten years. Although I think as housing continues to become even more insanely unaffordable in New York City, towns that far away with good demographics and a downtown area with quaint historic Victorians where you don’t have to worry about getting mugged could see some benefit.