Young adults' relocations are reshaping political geography
April 25, 2021
By Associated Press
Garima Vyas always wanted to live in a big city. She thought about New York, long the destination for 20-something strivers, but was wary of the cost and complicated subway lines.
So Vyas picked another metropolis that's increasingly become young people's next-best option — Houston.
Now 34, Vyas, a tech worker, has lived in Houston since 2013. "I knew I didn't like New York, so this was the next best thing," Vyas said. "There are a lot of things you want to try when you are younger -- you want to try new things. Houston gives you that, whether it's food, people or da...