Here Are the Top States We Moved Into and Out of Last Year
An annual study looked at how many Americans moved into . . . and out of . . . all 50 states. It’s a way to see how we re-shuffled ourselves, and which states are ATTRACTING and REPELLING citizens.
Vermont saw the highest percentage of INBOUND migration for the second straight year. The rest of the Top 10 are: Oregon . . . Rhode Island . . . South Carolina . . . Delaware . . . North Carolina . . . Washington, D.C., which counted as a state . . . South Dakota . . . New Mexico . . . and Alabama.
The most popular state to move OUT of was . . . New Jersey for the fifth year in a row. Illinois was second, followed by New York . . . Michigan . . . Wyoming . . . Pennsylvania . . . Massachusetts . . . Nebraska . . . Louisiana . . . and California.
Several “balanced” states saw about the same number of residents moving inbound as outbound. Missouri and Nevada are among them.
The top cities people were moving to include: Wilmington, North Carolina . . . Bellingham, Washington . . . Santa Fe, New Mexico . . . Myrtle Beach, South Carolina . . . Punta Gorda, Florida . . . and Flagstaff, Arizona.