Indiana is often considered by much of the US, especially by those in the East Coast media, to be a small Midwestern state with conservative leanings and of little consequence. Kevin Leininger reports on a study to be released soon that Indiana is really a state with nine distinct regions.
Read his column about Demotroplis, Hoosierland, Greater Suburbiana, Cornland, Southland, Evansylvania, Governland, Academia Archipelago, and Lesser Suburbia. Have you ever thought about these as separate regions within our state? Do they make sense to you economically, politically, or otherwise?
9 distinct Indiana regions found in study via The News-Sentinel