Friday, February 19, 2010

U.S. Migration: The Biggest Losers

Where taxpayers moved to in the 50 states, from 2007 to 2008, according to an Associated Press analysis of Internal Revenue Service data.

With 8 of the 13 states showing a large outmigration to Florida, you have to think there's a helluva lot of former Floridians now living in Georgia and North Carolina.

The rest of the states losing households include:
Alaska (849)
Indiana (1,344)
Kansas (473)
Maine (712)
Nebraska (1,667)
New Hampshire (1,147)
North Dakota (90)
Vermont (1,356)

Link to February 6 Star-Tribune article, "Influx of new residents as recession started worsened its effects, AP review of IRS data shows".

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