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Old 09-05-2013, 02:49 PM
 
Location: The beautiful Rogue Valley, Oregon
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I subscribe to the Economic Forecast newsletter (free, see link) from the Oregon Office of Economic Analysis. They've been working on a paper about migration patterns, within Oregon, to Oregon and from Oregon

More on Migration | Oregon Office of Economic Analysis

Certainly I knew that the majority of people who come to Oregon come from California, but it was interesting to see it broken down by MSA.

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Old 09-05-2013, 03:12 PM
 
Location: Just outside of Portland
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That looks about right.
Seems like ninety percent of the transplants I meet seem to be from either SoCal or New York.
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Old 09-05-2013, 03:55 PM
 
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American Migration [Interactive Map] - Forbes

This link has been posted on here before. The data in the link below was last updated for 2011. You click on the county to show inflow(blue) and outflow(red) from other US counties--then hover over each county to show the number of people who moved from and to that county from the original county you selected.

The top two states for domestic migrants to Oregon and actually California and Washington--though there's a lot of people who move from Oregon to Washington or California as well. If the data in the chart posted by the OP is true, it could be indicative of the high number of people who moved before the California real estate market was peaking in prices some years back before it went down in price with the recession. Because the data is net inflow it doesn't show the total number of people who moved from these cities though. A lot of people move from Washington cities, though a lot of people move from Oregon cities to Washington cities likewise....
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Old 09-05-2013, 06:22 PM
 
Location: Dallas, Oregon & Sunsites Arizona
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This is for Portland. Get out of the cities into the rural areas and it changes. And it is mostly city dwellers moving to another big city.
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Old 09-05-2013, 06:27 PM
 
Location: The beautiful Rogue Valley, Oregon
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It becomes less diverse, certainly, but overall doesn't change much, particularly in regard to California.

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Old 09-05-2013, 11:36 PM
 
Location: Dallas, Oregon & Sunsites Arizona
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Still city folks getting out of the heat, crowds, crime, etc.
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Old 09-06-2013, 11:44 AM
 
Location: Just outside of Portland
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Can someone explain why the city/country angle matters?


Looks like the data says it all.....
Lots of people move to Oregon (to urban and rural areas) from southern California.
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Old 09-07-2013, 05:27 PM
 
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Here's the raw data for how many people moved from various states to Oregon as estimated by IRS tax returns and by where people moved from Oregon to for 2009 and 2010.

SOI Tax Stats - Migration Data - Oregon

Total Inflow to Oregon 2009-2010 (IRS total exemptions data)

CALIFORNIA 19,893
WASHINGTON 15,955
ARIZONA 3,717
IDAHO 3,538
TEXAS 2,837
NEVADA 2,596
COLORADO 2,226
UTAH 1,901
FLORIDA 1,741
NEW YORK 1,520

Total Outflow from Oregon 2009-2010 (IRS total exemptions data)
WASHINGTON 19,600
CALIFORNIA 14,185
ARIZONA 3,762
TEXAS 3,918
IDAHO 3,663
COLORADO 2,169
NEVADA 1,959
FLORIDA 1,687
UTAH 1,734
NEW YORK 1,227
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Old 09-07-2013, 05:41 PM
 
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Here's the top twenty counties where people moved to Multnomah County from the same data set(2009 & 2010):

Multnomah County

OR Clackamas County 6,060
OR Washington County 5,817
WA Clark County 2,398
OR Lane County 952
WA King County 901
CA Los Angeles County 711
OR Marion County 673
OR Deschutes County 411
AZ Maricopa County 399
OR Benton County 319
CA San Diego County 312
OR Jackson County 298
OR Columbia County 284
CA San Francisco County 280
IL Cook County 278
OR Yamhill County 271
CA Orange County 264
CA Alameda County 238
WA Pierce County 226
NY Kings County 179


And here's the same data for Washington County and Clackamas County:

Washington County

OR Multnomah County 6,081
OR Clackamas County 2,882
WA Clark County 897
OR Yamhill County 844
OR Marion County 781
CA Los Angeles County 529
OR Lane County 527
AZ Maricopa County 479
WA King County 430

OR Columbia County 408
OR Deschutes County 290
CA San Diego County 277
OR Benton County 266
OR Jackson County 259
CA Santa Clara County 257
CA Orange County 253
NV Clark County 239
HI Honolulu County 159

OR Clatsop County 151
OR Polk County 134



Clackamas County

OR Multnomah County 7,887
OR Washington County 2,972
OR Marion County 1,021
WA Clark County 734
OR Lane County 285
OR Deschutes County 279
OR Yamhill County 249
CA Los Angeles County 226
WA King County 219
AZ Maricopa County 186

OR Benton County 158
CA San Diego County 152
OR Polk County 151
OR Jackson County 136
CA Santa Clara County 129
NV Clark County 122
OR Columbia County 106
CA Orange County 91
OR Linn County 89
OR Lincoln County 79
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Old 09-08-2013, 12:56 AM
 
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Here's the raw data for how many people moved from various states to Oregon as estimated by IRS tax returns and by where people moved from Oregon to for 2009 and 2010.

SOI Tax Stats - Migration Data - Oregon

Total Inflow to Oregon 2009-2010 (IRS total exemptions data)

CALIFORNIA 19,893
WASHINGTON 15,955
ARIZONA 3,717
IDAHO 3,538
TEXAS 2,837
NEVADA 2,596
COLORADO 2,226
UTAH 1,901
FLORIDA 1,741
NEW YORK 1,520
TOTAL 55969

Total Outflow from Oregon 2009-2010 (IRS total exemptions data)
WASHINGTON 19,600
CALIFORNIA 14,185
ARIZONA 3,762
TEXAS 3,918
IDAHO 3,663
COLORADO 2,169
NEVADA 1,959
FLORIDA 1,687
UTAH 1,734
NEW YORK 1,227
TOTAL 53904

NET DIFFERENCE 2065

Not a big difference almost a wash
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