17 Sep 2015 States Attracting Most Newcomers in 2013 are Texas, Florida, Colorado; New York, Illinois, New Jersey Lose Most
Recently released data from the Internal Revenue Service shows that state-to-state net migration (total in-migrants minus out-migrants) is the highest for Texas, which gained 70,500 households in 2013 from within the US. Texas gained 42,000 more returns than Florida in second place.
“Households” is a proxy for the IRS-reported number of tax returns.
Florida attracted 28,000 net new households, followed by Colorado (16,000), North Carolina (16,000) and South Carolina (13,000).
Households relocating out of state were highest in New York (-51,000 net returns), Illinois (-31,000), and New Jersey (-19,000).
This map shows total net migration into individual US states from 2012-2013 based on IRS tax return data. Migration can be measured in terms of total returns, total exemptions, and total gross income. Net Migration is measured as the difference between in-migration into the state and out-migration from the state.
Select a metric to see net migration flows for that state. Float your cursor over a state to see the actual value. Click here to see a map showing State-to-State Migration Flows. If you don’t see a map below, Click here to see it in Tableau Public.
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