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Where Did Americans Move in 2016?

Where Did Americans Move in 2016? | Keeping Current Matters

Some Highlights:

  • For the 5th year in a row, the Northeast saw a concentration of “High Outbound” activity.
  • For the first time ever, South Dakota held the top spot for “High Inbound” states.
  • Much of America’s outbound activity can be attributed to Boomers relocating to warmer climates after retiring.

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      • Scott Smith
        Scott Smith says:

        So explain to me Kentucky and West Virginia? LOL. While there are plenty of reasons to be unhappy with some of the N.E. politics look at the carolinas and florida.N.E retirement states.Great job jumping to conclusions though 🙂

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      • K
        K says:

        5 thru 10 of the moving out of are all red states with very conservative legislatures. Kansas is a great example. They reduced taxes so much that infrastructure is failing and teachers are leaving for other states due to budget woes. It’s not as simple as liberal vs conservative

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  1. Malty
    Malty says:

    The Atlantic has an article called: Wait – Utah is the fastest-growing state. It has Utah #1 and Nevada #2 (percent of the population). Texas is #1 per total number of moves.

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  2. Liz
    Liz says:

    Yeah, not surprised to see Kentucky on the moving out list. It’s beyond hard to get a job here. Everyone hires their relatives and friends here. We are looking to move out west.

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