Domestic Migration Trends for States
Annual and Average Annual Domestic Migration Figures, 2000-2009

  Annual Net Domestic Migration Avg Annual Net Domestic Migration Total Net Domestic Migration
State 2007-2008 2008-2009 Trend: This Year
- Previous Year
2000-2005 2005-2009 2000-2005 2005-2009
Alabama 16,927 11,044 -5,883 1,730 19,637 8,650 78,549
Alaska -3,689 979 4,668 251 -2,154 1,254 -8,614
Arizona 55,468 15,111 -40,357 82,556 71,003 412,781 284,012
Arkansas 7,037 5,298 -1,739 6,292 10,926 31,461 43,702
California -142,901 -98,798 44,103 -134,031 -204,987 -670,156 -819,949
Colorado 38,488 35,591 -2,897 11,524 36,279 57,620 145,115
Connecticut -9,257 -7,824 1,433 -8,308 -13,209 -41,542 -52,834
Delaware 4,504 2,580 -1,924 5,345 4,674 26,727 18,697
District of Columbia -1,639 4,454 6,093 -7,177 -983 -35,883 -3,931
Florida -18,568 -31,179 -12,611 209,161 27,102 1,045,805 108,408
Georgia 54,636 26,604 -28,032 49,758 75,395 248,789 301,580
Hawaii -3,385 -5,298 -1,913 -636 -6,460 -3,182 -25,840
Idaho 11,021 1,555 -9,466 11,321 13,418 56,606 53,673
Illinois -53,045 -48,249 4,796 -76,927 -57,495 -384,635 -229,981
Indiana -1,144 -6,805 -5,661 -4,719 532 -23,594 2,127
Iowa -1,155 -2,135 -980 -8,895 -1,279 -44,475 -5,114
Kansas -905 -1,242 -337 -11,217 -2,920 -56,083 -11,679
Kentucky 9,282 6,268 -3,014 8,205 10,172 41,023 40,688
Louisiana 14,162 14,647 485 -17,579 -55,869 -87,893 -223,475
Maine 411 -2,937 -3,348 6,083 -289 30,415 -1,155
Maryland -29,456 -11,163 18,293 1,082 -25,297 5,412 -101,187
Massachusetts -9,724 3,614 13,338 -39,918 -18,783 -199,592 -75,130
Michigan -103,637 -87,339 16,298 -37,853 -87,052 -189,263 -348,208
Minnesota -5,406 -8,813 -3,407 -5,457 -4,838 -27,285 -19,350
Mississippi -1,576 -5,529 -3,953 -2,667 -5,681 -13,336 -22,725
Missouri -2,920 -124 2,796 4,735 4,401 23,675 17,603
Montana 6,143 2,410 -3,733 3,464 5,633 17,320 22,533
Nebraska -3,107 -956 2,151 -4,939 -3,645 -24,696 -14,579
Nevada 15,622 -3,801 -19,423 50,971 26,665 254,853 106,659
New Hampshire -846 -2,602 -1,756 6,506 15 32,528 60
New Jersey -51,234 -31,690 19,544 -44,776 -56,882 -223,879 -227,528
New Mexico -2,139 3,366 5,505 2,279 3,747 11,394 14,989
New York -131,048 -98,178 32,870 -198,264 -164,581 -991,321 -658,323
North Carolina 104,228 59,108 -45,120 51,387 101,739 256,935 406,957
North Dakota -786 1,375 2,161 -2,945 -836 -14,726 -3,345
Ohio -46,491 -36,278 10,213 -38,318 -42,362 -191,592 -169,446
Oklahoma 6,529 18,345 11,816 -2,885 14,178 -14,427 56,711
Oregon 23,483 16,173 -7,310 14,746 25,911 73,731 103,644
Pennsylvania -6,422 1,346 7,768 -7,303 850 -36,517 3,398
Rhode Island -7,498 -6,172 1,326 -1,967 -8,831 -9,836 -35,323
South Carolina 49,720 31,480 -18,240 23,624 46,982 118,118 187,927
South Dakota 1,392 1,619 227 -132 1,961 -660 7,842
Tennessee 28,467 20,605 -7,862 21,994 37,436 109,968 149,743
Texas 131,171 143,423 12,252 40,190 159,294 200,950 637,176
Utah 15,849 8,623 -7,226 -2,414 16,366 -12,072 65,462
Vermont -1,236 -975 261 436 -921 2,178 -3,683
Virginia 2,739 18,238 15,499 27,403 6,979 137,016 27,914
Washington 40,243 38,201 -2,042 15,763 40,055 78,816 160,221
West Virginia 2,922 4,510 1,588 827 3,398 4,136 13,591
Wisconsin -6,532 -5,672 860 1,605 -5,002 8,025 -20,006
Wyoming 5,302 7,192 1,890 92 5,606 459 22,424

 


Domestic Migration Trends for States
Annual and Average Annual Domestic Migration Figures, 2000-2009
Part 2: Rankings

  Annual Net Domestic Migration Avg Annual Net Domestic Migration Total Net Domestic Migration
State 2007-2008 2008-2009 Trend: This Year
- Previous Year
2000-2005 2005-2009 2000-2005 2005-2009
Alabama 10 13 41 22 12 22 12
Alaska 37 28 15 27 34 27 34
Arizona 3 11 50 2 4 2 4
Arkansas 16 17 29 16 16 16 16
California 51 51 1 50 51 50 51
Colorado 7 4 34 12 8 12 8
Connecticut 42 42 21 41 42 41 42
Delaware 20 22 32 18 21 18 21
District of Columbia 32 19 12 39 32 39 32
Florida 44 45 46 1 9 1 9
Georgia 4 6 49 5 3 5 3
Hawaii 36 37 31 30 40 30 40
Idaho 14 25 45 13 15 13 15
Illinois 48 48 14 49 48 49 48
Indiana 28 41 40 36 27 36 27
Iowa 29 33 28 42 33 42 33
Kansas 27 32 27 43 35 43 35
Kentucky 15 16 35 14 17 14 17
Louisiana 13 12 24 44 46 44 46
Maine 24 35 36 17 29 17 29
Maryland 45 44 4 24 44 24 44
Massachusetts 43 20 7 47 43 47 43
Michigan 49 49 5 45 49 45 49
Minnesota 38 43 37 38 37 38 37
Mississippi 31 38 39 33 39 33 39
Missouri 34 29 16 19 22 19 22
Montana 18 23 38 20 19 20 19
Nebraska 35 30 18 37 36 37 36
Nevada 12 36 48 4 10 4 10
New Hampshire 26 34 30 15 28 15 28
New Jersey 47 46 3 48 47 48 47
New Mexico 33 21 13 21 23 21 23
New York 50 50 2 51 50 51 50
North Carolina 2 2 51 3 2 3 2
North Dakota 25 26 17 35 30 35 30
Ohio 46 47 10 46 45 46 45
Oklahoma 17 8 9 34 14 34 14
Oregon 9 10 43 11 11 11 11
Pennsylvania 39 27 11 40 26 40 26
Rhode Island 41 40 22 31 41 31 41
South Carolina 5 5 47 8 5 8 5
South Dakota 23 24 26 29 25 29 25
Tennessee 8 7 44 9 7 9 7
Texas 1 1 8 6 1 6 1
Utah 11 14 42 32 13 32 13
Vermont 30 31 25 26 31 26 31
Virginia 22 9 6 7 18 7 18
Washington 6 3 33 10 6 10 6
West Virginia 21 18 20 25 24 25 24
Wisconsin 40 39 23 23 38 23 38
Wyoming 19 15 19 28 20 28 20
 
Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Federal State Coop for Population Estimates.  State and county level estimates
  with components of change, 2000 to 2009.  Released circa March, 2010
Prepared by the University of Missouri Extension, Office of Social & Economic Data Analysis (OSEDA)
  under a contract with the Missouri Census Data Center
Report generated on 18OCT2010 by setup in popests/Tools/dmig_report_states