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2) Take specific note: Blacks, in general, make up roughly ONE PERCENT of the population. Pete/Clearwater you get, generally, the fewer blacks you will encounter.Being a "professional" the less likely it will be that you'll live in either of the black sections.Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!Some forums can only be seen by registered members.
They are either married or dating or don't date black women it seems.It isn't a crime thing either, simply put the housing in the black sections is old and worn.Being from a big northeastern city, you'll laugh at what they call "crime" down here.The numbers simply don't support your contention, specifically given that the majority of "professionals" live outside Tampa proper, and that signficantly less than 50% of the overall greater Tampa population is college educated, and of that I would surmise that far less than 10% is black.
The greater Tampa poulation equals roughly 4 million.
It is not my only reason for moving, but it is a concern. Back in the day when I was single, I dated men who were black, white, Hispanic and Asian (I'm white).