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A Breakdown Of Cities That Wouldn’t Exist Without Air Conditioning

Breakdown Of Cities That Wouldn't Exist Without AC Currently, nearly 87% of households in the United States have air conditioning. BUT In the South, it was In 1955 ONLY 1 IN EVERY 22 1 IN 10 households United States households had air conditioning COOLING DEGREE DAYS PER YEAR: 65° A statistic used to measure how much and how many days the outside temperature in a certain location is above 65 degrees Even then, the number of air conditioning units in the South was indicative of the necessity of cool air not only for comfort, but for survival. Between the following cities had an average of 3000 cooling degree days. That 1971-2013, begs the question, without air conditioning, would they even exist? TMIAMI TAMPA Cooling degree days Cooling degree days 4383 3481 1940 population 2010 population 1940 population 2010 population 250,537 5,564,632 209,693 2,783,237 Í↑ POPULATION ↑TÍÍ INCREASE 2,121% ↑Î POPULATION TTTÛÛÌ ÎNCREASE 1,227% Y ORLANDO LAS VEGAS Cooling degree days Cooling degree days ::3457 3168 1940 population 2010 population 1940 population 2010 population 36,736 238,300 8,422 583,756 ÍT POPULATION ↑TTÛÛÍ ÎNCREASE 549% ÍT POPULATION ↑T↑ÛÍÍ ÎNCREASE 6,831% Air f /Direct-Air-Conditioning O /DirectAC123 DIRECT Toll Free: 24 1-888-336-0203 AIR CONDITIONING directac123.com

A Breakdown Of Cities That Wouldn’t Exist Without Air Conditioning

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An original and insightful infographic providing a breakdown of U.S. cities that wouldn't exist as we know it without the help of air conditioning.

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