U.S. Census: An estimated 284,541 people moved to Georgia in 2019

The U.S. Census Bureau just released new statistics that highlight geographic mobility in the United States in 2019. According to the new data, the top 10 states that Americans moved to were Florida, 601,611; Texas, 559,661; California, 480,204; North Carolina, 315,215; Georgia, 284,541; Pennsylvania, 267,465; Virginia, 264,855; New York, 254,806; Arizona, 253,295; and Colorado, 240,600. The migration to Georgia is boosting the Peach State’s economy, as metro Atlanta’s booming housing market shows,…

The U.S. Census Bureau just released new statistics that highlight geographic mobility in the United States in 2019. According to the new data, the top 10 states that Americans moved to were Florida, 601,611; Texas, 559,661; California, 480,204; North Carolina, 315,215; Georgia, 284,541; Pennsylvania, 267,465; Virginia, 264,855; New York, 254,806; Arizona, 253,295; and Colorado, 240,600. The migration to Georgia is boosting the Peach State’s economy, as metro Atlanta’s booming housing market shows,…

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