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Micropolitan areas are communities too urban to be called rural and too rural to be called urban. For the second year in a row, Site Selection magazine ranked North Carolina second in the nation for the economic success of its micropolitans. Only four percent of the country's counties even make the list. North Carolina placed sixteen counties on the list. The magazine ranks Statesville-Mooresville the nation's top micropolitan for the second straight year.