What is the heartland of America?
Is it a specific state?
- YellowstonedogsLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
No, not any one specific state.
The heartland of America refers to the internal rural states.
"Heartland" is commonly used to describe the region west of the Mississippi River and east of the Rocky Mountains.
These Heartland states contributed significantly to America's development as a global economic power.
Over the past century, however, the role of the Heartland declined, as the United States evolved from a primarily agricultural to an industrial and finally an information-based economy.
With the move toward manufactured goods and high-end services, the focus of economic development shifted from the agricultural interior toward the great metropolitan regions.
- ClaireLv 44 years ago
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i think the heartland is the midwest. the coastal states have so much pollution..its crazy! in the midwest, there is beautiful landscapes because much of the land is used for agricultural purposes. i think nebraska or iowa is the heartland.
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- Anonymous3 years ago
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