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that were most severely hit by floodwaters, such as the Lower 9th, saw the sharpest decline in population. Many of the homes in the poorer neighborhoods have been rebuilt and painted bright colors by volunteers, but others were either torn down or left in disrepair. Most New Orleans residents who evacuated the city in August 2005 thought they would be returning to their homes within a few days.
As a result, people who were once neighbors are separated by thousands of miles. The impact is even mor.
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They had to find new jobs, buy new houses and create new lives elsewhere. According to a January 2009 study by the University of Michigan Population Studies Center, return rates to New Orleans reached their highest four months after Katrina and then declined. The study also found that black people and residents without a college degree were less likely to return, and if they did they usually returned more slowly than white New Orleans residents or those with a college degree. Adidas Superstar Mens Fashion
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Unfortunately, many homes were damaged so significantly that the more than one million displaced Gulf Coast residents could not return easily. Their hopes to return were dashed if they did not have the money or resources necessary to make such drastic repairs or, in many cases, to completely rebuild their homes. Even if people tried to return soon after the hurricane, they often did not have jobs since the infrastructure of the city was completely upset. Instead, they eventually started new lives in the cities where they had fled. After a while, some of them gave up the dream of ever going back to New Orleans.