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State-to-State Population Migration

Use the tool below to view where residents in your state are moving to or migrating from. Click a state on the map for totals, or select a state in the menu to see a further breakdown of migration flows.

Figures were compiled using the U.S. Census Bureau's estimates of state-to-state migration flows. Please note that some estimates of movers, particularly for smaller states, have high margins of error.

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