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    Miami is a city of paradoxes. A 2009 study of 73 world cities by Swiss bank UBS ranked Miami, Fla., as the richest city in the United States, and the world’s fifth-richest in terms of purchasing power. Forbes Magazine ranked Miami as the No. 3 most overpriced city in the United States. But paradoxically in 2010, Miami proper was No. 6 on the list of large U.S. cities with citizens below the federal poverty line, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. One-fourth of its population lives in poverty.
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    Catch The Vision

    Send City Missionary Alex Comesañas

    Send City Missionary: Alex Comesañas 

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  • Fast Facts

    Miami Fast Facts 

    Population in Miami
    5.82 million people live in the
    metro Miami area (Dade, Broward
    and West Palm Counties).

    SBC Church-Population Ratio
    There is one Southern Baptist Convention church for every 8,725 metro Miami residents.
    Ethnic Diversity
    (43 percent Hispanic, 33 percent Anglo, 22 percent African American, 3 percent Asian/Pacific Islander)  

    Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, SBC Annual Church Profile, 2010 U.S. Religion Census: Religious Congregation & Membership Study
    Statistics are for the Send North America: Miami focus area. Compiled by the NAMB Center for Missional Research.