Where Everyone Was Moving Into and Out of in 2013

Househappy —  January 7, 2014 — Leave a comment

Last week, national moving company Atlas Van Lines published their annual review of Household Moving Migration Patterns in the United States and Canada. By tallying up all the moves (both inbound and outbound) they performed in each state and compiling the data into a handy infographic, they have provided us with a snapshot of where people were moving from and to in 2013.

Interestingly, only nine states/provinces saw a higher percentage (over 55%) of inbound traffic than outbound, making them the locations most likely to have increased in population in the last year:

  • Oregon
  • Idaho
  • Montana
  • North Dakota
  • Texas
  • Tennessee
  • North Carolina
  • New Hampshire
  • Newfoundland

(The list above appears in no particular order). 

In less surprising news, California retained the title of State With the Highest Total Number of Moves––a distinction they have held for the past ten years.

Check it out:

2013-migration-patterns-940

This infographic originally appeared on AEIdeas and Business Insider

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