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Byline: STAFF REPORT
Flint, Mich., was No. 2, with a 4.6 percent decline; Naples-Marco Island third, with a 4.2 percent drop; and Elkhart-Goshen, Ind., fourth, matching the local market's 3.6 percent drop.
Among larger metro areas -- those with employment levels of more than 750,000 -- Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater had a 1.8 percent drop, only surpassed by Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, Calif., at 2 percent.
The metro areas on the west coast of Florida all continue to feel the hangover from the real estate and construction boom of the …