I have downloaded the data and was reviewing the output multipliers for a specific set of zip codes within the county (that generally encompass the city of Milwaukee) as compared to the output multipliers for the entire county. Why would multipliers for a sector of the overall county (i.e., the city) be higher than multipliers for the entire county? I would think that dollars would be re-spent within the county more readily than they would within a smaller portion of the county (regardless of the defined boundaries). Can you shed some light on this for me?
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