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Old 06-01-2012, 07:02 PM
 
Location: The canyon (with my pistols and knife)
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Total migration
+71,406 - Miami
+62,312 - Dallas/Fort Worth
+46,389 - Washington DC
+45,685 - Houston
+36,803 - Austin
+34,014 - Tampa/St. Petersburg
+29,826 - Seattle
+29,789 - Atlanta
+24,769 - Denver
+24,196 - Riverside/San Bernardino

+23,876 - San Francisco/Oakland
+23,356 - San Antonio
+21,451 - Phoenix
+20,161 - Orlando
+18,359 - Charlotte
+16,490 - Raleigh
+16,194 - Portland
+13,867 - Boston
+12,338 - Nashville
+11,716 - New Orleans

+10,974 - Oklahoma City
+10,407 - San Diego
+9,029 - Sacramento
+8,368 - Minneapolis/St. Paul
+8,368 - San Jose
+5,548 - Columbus
+5,166 - Pittsburgh
+4,893 - Indianapolis
+4,846 - Jacksonville
+4,176 - Los Angeles

+4,005 - Salt Lake City
+3,663 - Baltimore
+3,597 - Louisville
+3,511 - Richmond
+1,654 - Las Vegas
+189 - Kansas City
-1,092 - Memphis
-1,207 - Birmingham
-1,373 - Buffalo
-1,683 - Hartford

-1,720 - Philadelphia
-2,085 - Rochester
-3,066 - Milwaukee
-3,767 - Providence
-4,704 - Virginia Beach/Norfolk
-4,997 - Cincinnati
-7,589 - St. Louis
-10,625 - Cleveland
-15,653 - New York
-16,702 - Detroit

-29,486 - Chicago

Domestic migration
+39,021 - Dallas/Fort Worth
+36,191 - Miami
+30,669 - Austin
+27,157 - Tampa/St. Petersburg
+21,580 - Houston
+21,517 - Washington DC
+19,565 - Denver
+19,515 - San Antonio
+17,598 - Seattle
+15,131 - Riverside/San Bernardino

+13,778 - Charlotte
+13,262 - Raleigh
+12,419 - Atlanta
+11,388 - Portland
+10,394 - Orlando
+10,153 - New Orleans
+9,323 - Nashville
+8,746 - Oklahoma City
+5,880 - San Francisco/Oakland
+5,585 - Phoenix

+3,740 - Pittsburgh
+2,911 - Jacksonville
+2,856 - Sacramento
+2,219 - Columbus
+1,940 - Indianapolis
+1,886 - Louisville
+1,546 - Richmond
+915 - Salt Lake City
+816 - San Diego
+536 - Minneapolis/St. Paul

-1,341 - Baltimore
-1,627 - Boston
-2,452 - Birmingham
-2,558 - Buffalo
-2,704 - San Jose
-2,820 - Kansas City
-2,933 - Memphis
-3,320 - Rochester
-4,749 - Hartford
-4,862 - Milwaukee

-6,254 - Providence
-6,353 - Las Vegas
-7,086 - Virginia Beach/Norfolk
-7,149 - Cincinnati
-10,260 - St. Louis
-12,521 - Cleveland
-13,133 - Philadelphia
-24,170 - Detroit
-50,549 - Los Angeles
-53,908 - Chicago

-98,975 - New York

Foreign immigration
+83,322 - New York
+54,725 - Los Angeles
+35,215 - Miami
+24,872 - Washington DC
+24,422 - Chicago
+24,105 - Houston
+23,291 - Dallas/Fort Worth
+17,996 - San Francisco/Oakland
+17,370 - Atlanta
+15,866 - Phoenix

+15,494 - Boston
+12,228 - Seattle
+11,413 - Philadelphia
+11,072 - San Jose
+9,767 - Orlando
+9,591 - San Diego
+9,065 - Riverside/San Bernardino
+8,007 - Las Vegas
+7,832 - Minneapolis/St. Paul
+7,468 - Detroit

+6,857 - Tampa/St. Petersburg
+6,173 - Sacramento
+6,134 - Austin
+5,204 - Denver
+5,004 - Baltimore
+4,806 - Portland
+4,581 - Charlotte
+3,841 - San Antonio
+3,329 - Columbus
+3,228 - Raleigh

+3,090 - Salt Lake City
+3,066 - Hartford
+3,015 - Nashville
+3,009 - Kansas City
+2,953 - Indianapolis
+2,671 - St. Louis
+2,487 - Providence
+2,382 - Virginia Beach/Norfolk
+2,228 - Oklahoma City
+2,152 - Cincinnati

+1,965 - Richmond
+1,935 - Jacksonville
+1,896 - Cleveland
+1,841 - Memphis
+1,796 - Milwaukee
+1,711 - Louisville
+1,563 - New Orleans
+1,426 - Pittsburgh
+1,245 - Birmingham
+1,235 - Rochester

+1,185 - Buffalo

Natural population change
+112,336 - New York
+96,150 - Los Angeles
+64,363 - Houston
+63,504 - Dallas/Fort Worth
+61,843 - Chicago
+48,235 - Washington DC
+42,908 - Atlanta
+35,826 - Riverside/San Bernardino
+32,847 - Phoenix
+24,703 - San Diego

+24,296 - Minneapolis/St. Paul
+23,939 - San Francisco/Oakland
+22,769 - Philadelphia
+22,280 - Seattle
+20,440 - Miami
+19,997 - Denver
+18,143 - Boston
+18,085 - Austin
+17,846 - San Antonio
+15,376 - San Jose

+14,395 - Las Vegas
+13,674 - Salt Lake City
+13,511 - Portland
+13,038 - Charlotte
+12,827 - Indianapolis
+12,705 - Kansas City
+12,659 - Sacramento
+12,390 - Columbus
+11,734 - Detroit
+11,557 - Orlando

+10,941 - Baltimore
+10,624 - Cincinnati
+10,256 - St. Louis
+10,044 - Virginia Beach/Norfolk
+9,867 - Nashville
+9,608 - Raleigh
+8,904 - Oklahoma City
+8,615 - Memphis
+8,384 - Milwaukee
+6,691 - Jacksonville

+5,630 - New Orleans
+5,519 - Richmond
+5,400 - Louisville
+4,421 - Birmingham
+3,344 - Cleveland
+2,940 - Providence
+2,650 - Rochester
+2,493 - Hartford
+2,318 - Tampa/St. Petersburg
+176 - Buffalo

-3,260 - Pittsburgh

Total population change (2010-2011)
+125,816 - Dallas/Fort Worth
+110,048 - Houston
+100,326 - Los Angeles
+96,683 - New York
+94,624 - Washington DC
+91,846 - Miami
+72,697 - Atlanta
+60,022 - Riverside/San Bernardino
+54,888 - Austin
+54,298 - Phoenix

+52,106 - Seattle
+47,815 - San Francisco/Oakland
+44,766 - Denver
+41,202 - San Antonio
+36,332 - Tampa/St. Petersburg
+35,110 - San Diego
+32,664 - Minneapolis/St. Paul
+32,357 - Chicago
+32,010 - Boston
+31,718 - Orlando

+31,397 - Charlotte
+29,705 - Portland
+26,098 - Raleigh
+23,744 - San Jose
+22,205 - Nashville
+21,688 - Sacramento
+21,049 - Philadelphia
+19,878 - Oklahoma City
+17,938 - Columbus
+17,720 - Indianapolis

+17,679 - Salt Lake City
+17,346 - New Orleans
+16,049 - Las Vegas
+14,604 - Baltimore
+12,894 - Kansas City
+11,537 - Jacksonville
+9,030 - Richmond
+8,997 - Louisville
+7,523 - Memphis
+5,627 - Cincinnati

+5,340 - Virginia Beach/Norfolk
+5,318 - Milwaukee
+3,214 - Birmingham
+2,667 - St. Louis
+1,906 - Pittsburgh
+810 - Hartford
+565 - Rochester
-827 - Providence
-1,197 - Buffalo
-4,968 - Detroit

-7,281 - Cleveland

(Numbers courtesy of the American City Business Journals.)
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Old 06-02-2012, 07:37 AM
 
Location: Willowbend/Houston
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Good thread, to add to this here were the number of international immigrants in 2011:
Total number of international immigrants by MSA (except for BWI and SF/SJ which will be CSA). I will least all that had over 10,000 immigrants during 2011. The total number for the US was 1,062,040:

1) New York: 183,681
2) Los Angeles: 86,161
3) Miami: 71,775
4) San Francisco/San Jose: 50,987
5) Washington/Baltimore: 47,594
6) Chicago: 35,039
7) Houston: 31,136
8) Dallas: 28,090
9) Boston: 25,909
10) Atlanta: 22,035
11) San Diego: 21,556
12) Philadelphia: 18,925
13) Seattle: 17,823
14) Riverside: 14,885
15) Phoenix: 14,013
16) Detroit: 12,198
17) Orlando: 10,204
18) Minneapolis: 10,175
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Old 06-02-2012, 10:57 AM
 
Location: plano
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Really interesting data. From a Tx perspective. the relatively high natural growth rates for tx cities surprised me a little. Also it shows Dallas is more attractive to domestic relocators where Houston is more so to foreign relocators to Tx cities.
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Old 06-02-2012, 12:17 PM
 
Location: Willowbend/Houston
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Really interesting data. From a Tx perspective. the relatively high natural growth rates for tx cities surprised me a little. Also it shows Dallas is more attractive to domestic relocators where Houston is more so to foreign relocators to Tx cities.
The difference is pretty small between the international migration to both is relatively small. Breaking it down between Dallas and Houston, the primary difference is that Houston does a better job of attracting residents from South and Central America (minus Mexico which is pretty similar to both) as well as East Asia and Dallas does a better job of attracting residents from Africa and South Asia.

Overall, the difference is between the two ends up being 1k-3k a year depending on the year.
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Old 06-02-2012, 12:44 PM
 
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Miami and Chicago are pretty big shockers to me.
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Old 06-02-2012, 01:49 PM
 
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
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Interesting to see that not a single metro in the Northeast or Midwest attracts more domestic migrants than Pittsburgh.
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Old 06-02-2012, 02:04 PM
 
Location: Up on the moon laughing down on you
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Miami and Chicago are pretty big shockers to me.
I doubt Miami is gaining that many people, and doubt Chicago is losing that many.

Are these estimates again? I doubt Miami's growth via migration has jumped that much.
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Old 06-02-2012, 03:12 PM
 
Location: now nyc
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The only way I can see people moving to Miami is to retire. Since Miami's economy/job market is severely battered by the recession.
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Old 06-02-2012, 06:22 PM
 
Location: Indianapolis
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nice to see Indianapolis above Kansas City in all catergories.
especially with Domestic Migration. Indianapolis gained people well Kansas City lost people to Domestic Migration. *Go Figure lol*
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Old 06-02-2012, 08:24 PM
 
Location: Cleveland bound with MPLS in the rear-view
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nice to see Indianapolis above Kansas City in all catergories.
especially with Domestic Migration. Indianapolis gained people well Kansas City lost people to Domestic Migration. *Go Figure lol*
Not sure you should be laughing....you're still lagging behind Columbus (an equal by any measure) and Minneapolis-St. Paul if you base it on percentages.

In the end, nobody in the Midwest is a true "winner" here!
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