Its a trend. I see it in Tulsa, I see it in OKC, I see it in muskogee. If it looks like a ghetto, smells like a ghetto and sounds like a ghetto...... well?
And I see a "trend" involving LTE and Nazarenes in the KC metro. But my example assertion is just as logically flawed as is your claim.
Regardless, Scott already covered this. Those "ghettos" have higher population density than do the upper/middle class suburbs. POPs covered. Simple as that.
Do I really need to pull the Required Notifications (i.e. buildout filings) from the FCC ULS in order for several of you to understand the rationale for these protection site locations?