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Old 10-21-2014, 11:36 AM
 
Location: Mexico City, formerly Columbus, Ohio
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Old 10-21-2014, 12:07 PM
 
Location: Mexico City, formerly Columbus, Ohio
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Southern State Trends

-11 of 14 states had their peak domestic migration between 2005-2008. Only Kentucky, Louisiana and Mississippi had their peaks after 2008.
-Only Louisiana and Mississippi had their domestic migration peak since 2010 in this period.
-8 of 14 states have generally declined in total domestic migration since 2005.
-6 states had either their lowest and 2nd lowest domestic migration total in 2013. The other 8 were between their bottom and peak rates.
-Without Texas, the South continued to have its collective domestic migration fall.
-All 14 Southern states have declined from their peaks.

Total Domestic Migration 2005-2013, best to worst.
Texas: +1,107,669
North Carolina: +595,152
Florida: +547,822
Georgia: +423,927
South Carolina: +352,678
Tennessee: +212,113
Virginia: +210,401
Oklahoma: +171,819
Kentucky: +140,550
Alabama: +130,711
Arkansas: +110,096
West Virginia: +20,897
Mississippi: -33,383
Louisiana: -257,728


Percent Change 2005-2013, best to worst.
West Virginia: +233.7%
Virginia: +169.1%
Louisiana: +92.2%
Mississippi: +46.0%
South Carolina: +15.5%
Texas: +10.9%
Tennessee: -38.4%
Kentucky: -39.7%
Florida: -43.9%
North Carolina: -44.1%
Oklahoma: -46.9%
Alabama: -52.5%
Georgia: -90.0%
Arkansas: -120.6%

Percent Change from Peak to 2013, best to worst.
Virginia: -9.2%
Texas: -19.3%
Florida: -43.9%
South Carolina: -47.9%
West Virginia: -60.7%
Oklahoma: -71.6%
North Carolina: -76.5%
Alabama: -81.0%
Kentucky: -83.3%
Georgia: -93.8%
Arkansas: -120.6%
Mississippi: -158.5%
Louisiana: -162.4%

Individual state comments on future trends:
Alabama: Continuing general decline.
Arkansas: Continuing general decline.
Florida: Steady positive, but below historic highs.
Georgia: Steady to general decline well below historic highs.
Kentucky: Steady state.
Louisiana: Ups and downs either side of 0.
Mississippi: Ups and downs either side of 0.
North Carolina: General decline, but perhaps a steadying out well below historic highs.
Oklahoma: Steady state.
South Carolina: Steady positive, but below historic highs.
Tennessee: Steady positive, but below historic highs.
Texas: Steady positive, could recover to historic highs.
Virginia: Steady positive near historic highs.
West Virginia: Steady state.

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Old 10-21-2014, 06:02 PM
 
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
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Why would you say it's for all 50 states if you're only going to post stuff for Southern states?
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Old 10-21-2014, 06:52 PM
 
Location: Mexico City, formerly Columbus, Ohio
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Northern States
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Old 10-21-2014, 08:21 PM
 
Location: Mexico City, formerly Columbus, Ohio
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Northern State Trends
-18 of 24 states have had their domestic migration peak after 2008.
-13 of 24 states have had their domestic migration peak since 2010.
-9 of 24 states have generally declined in domestic migration since 2005.
-3 of 24 states had either their lowest and 2nd lowest domestic migration total in 2013.
-20 of 24 states have declined from their peaks.

Total Domestic Migration 2005-2013, best to worst.
Missouri: +78,317
Pennsylvania: +75,298
Delaware: +69,060
North Dakota: +45,708
Iowa: +38,431
Kansas: +18,442
New Hampshire: +5,003
South Dakota: +3,545
Vermont: +1,913
Maine: -9,707
Nebraska: -9,869
Indiana: -15,326
Rhode Island: -26,470
Wisconsin: -68,829
Maryland: -90,729
Washington DC: -90,819
Minnesota: -113,208
Connecticut: -127,903
Massachusetts: -175,794
Ohio: -220,926
Michigan: -535,372
New Jersey: -597,558
Illinois: -644,998
New York: -1,357,394

Percent Change 2005-2013, best to worst.
North Dakota: +456.4%
Missouri: +236.4%
Maine: +224.5%
South Dakota: +156.7%
Vermont: +139.3%
Rhode Island: +86.8%
Indiana: +78.7%
Nebraska: +62.9%
Massachusetts: +61.4%
Ohio: +61.4%
Michigan: +57.5%
Connecticut: +50.3%
New York: +46.1%
Washington DC: +18.3%
Delaware: -4.3%
Illinois: -44.9%
Kansas: -89.3%
Maryland: -124.2%
Iowa: -133.7%
New Jersey: -196.6%
Wisconsin: -239.3%
New Hampshire: -345.3%
Pennsylvania: -902.5%
Minnesota: -1,147.5%

Percent Change from Peak to 2013, best to worst.

Connecticut: 0%
Maine: 0%
Michigan: 0%
Missouri: 0%
Delaware: -4.3%
North Dakota: -36.2%
New York: -38.1%
Illinois: -53.5%
Vermont: -67.8%
South Dakota: -74.9%
Indiana: -106.9%
New Hampshire: -111.4%
Iowa: -115.0%
Nebraska: -120.1%
Kansas: -120.6%
Rhode Island: -128.3%
Pennsylvania: -189.3%
New Jersey: -196.6%
Maryland: -239.6%
Wisconsin: -329.8%
Massachusetts: -404.8%
Washington DC: -531.2%
Minnesota: -1147.5%
Ohio: -14915.2%

Individual state comments on future trends.
Connecticut: General improvement, eventual positive.
Delaware: Steady positive.
Washington DC: Steady negative.
Illinois: Steady negative.
Indiana: Steady to slow improvement.
Iowa: General decline.
Kansas: General decline.
Maine: Steady state.
Maryland: Steady state to slow decline.
Massachusetts: Steady state to slow decline.
Michigan: General improvement, perhaps eventual positive.
Minnesota: General decline.
Missouri: Steady positive to improvement.
Nebraska: Steady state to slow improvement.
New Hampshire: Steady state.
New Jersey: Steady decline.
New York: General improvement.
North Dakota: Steady positive.
Ohio: General improvement, eventual positive.
Pennsylvania: General decline.
Rhode Island: Slow improvement.
South Dakota: Steady state to slow improvement.
Vermont: Slow improvement.
Wisconsin: Steady state.

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