List of U.S. states by net domestic migration

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This is a list of U.S. states and the District of Columbia by annual net domestic migration. The term net international migration describes the total number of people moving to a state from state minus people moving to another state from that state.

List[edit]

U.S. states by net domestic migration (From July,1 2017 to July,1 2018)
National
rank
State Total net domestic migration
(2017/18)[1]
Net domestic migration rate
per 1,000 inhabitants[2]
1  Florida 132,602 6.22
2  Arizona 83,240 11.61
3  Texas 82,569 2.88
4  North Carolina 66,991 6.45
5  South Carolina 50,775 9.99
6  Nevada 47,596 15.69
7  Washington 46,549 6.18
8  Colorado 43,293 7.60
9  Georgia 41,914 3.98
10  Tennessee 39,952 5.90
11  Oregon 26,819 6.40
12  Idaho 24,095 13.74
13  Utah 16,052 5.08
14  Delaware 6,858 7.09
15  Minnesota 6,769 1.21
16  Montana 5,987 5.63
17  Alabama 5,718 1.17
18  Maine 4,469 3.34
19  New Hampshire 3,928 2.90
20  Indiana 3,555 0.53
21  Arkansas 2,475 0.82
22  Kentucky 798 0.18
23  South Dakota 638 0.72
24  Vermont −62 −0.01
 District of Columbia −936 −1.33
25  Wisconsin −1,011 −0.17
26   North Dakota −2,379 −3.13
27  Rhode Island −2,639 −2.50
28  Missouri −2,790 −0.46
29  Iowa −2,886 −0.91
30  Nebraska −3,314 −1.71
31  Wyoming −3,686 −6.38
32  Oklahoma −4,474 −1.13
33  New Mexico −5,851 −2.79
34  West Virginia −7,029 −3.89
35  Virginia −9,831 −1.15
36  Alaska −10,752 −14.58
37  Mississippi −10,818 −3.62
38  Ohio −12,146 −1.04
39  Hawaii −12,430 −8.55
40  Kansas −12,564 −4.32
41  Michigan −16,766 −1.68
42  Pennsylvania −20,463 −1.60
43  Connecticut −21,509 −6.02
44  Maryland −24,518 −4.06
45  Massachusetts −25,755 −3.73
46  Louisiana −27,914 −5.99
47  New Jersey −50,591 −5.68
48  Illinois −114,154 −8.96
49  California −156,068 −3.95
50  New York −180,306 −9.23

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Net International Migration (chg. 2017/2018)". www.statsamerica.org. Retrieved 2019-06-10.
  2. ^ "Population Estimate for 2018". www.statsamerica.org. Retrieved 2019-06-10.