Friday, October 28, 2011

Americans frozen by recession, in particular have stopped moving to Florida, Maricopa County, Ariz. and Clark County Nev.-NY Times

In 2010, Americans frozen in place, can't move, lowest level of migration within the country since records kept in 1940's. Among few exceptions, biggest winner is....Washington, DC., rocketing from 44th place to 6th. In the last three years, Florida saw its first net migration loss since the 1940s, according to the analysis. According to I.R.S. data, the state had a net migration gain of 209,000 in 2005 but

Nevada’s strong migration gains flipped to a net loss of 4,000. Arizona scraped by, ending the decade with a 5,000 net gain, down from 90,000 five years earlier. Maricopa County in Arizona, home to Phoenix, and Clark County in Nevada, home to Las Vegas, two areas that had exploded with growth at the start of the decade,

  • began to see more people move out than move in."...
via Hot Air

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