Top 10 States Americans Are Moving Out Of 0

People move for different reasons. Some get new jobs, some retire, and some just want to be closer to family. Atlas Van Lines, a national moving company, looked at 77,705 interstate moves in 2015 and found these 10 states had more people moving out than in. Atlas stated that most are in the upper-Midwest and have been on an outbound trend for a while.

 

10. Ohio

Total people moving in: 1859

Total people moving out: 2713

Net Flow: -854

Percent of Moves Outbound: 58.3%

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9. Minnesota

Total people moving in: 1175

Total people moving out: 1591

Net Flow: -416

Percent of Moves Outbound: 57.5%

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8. Pennsylvania

Total people moving in: 2256

Total people moving out: 3196

Net Flow: -940

Percent of Moves Outbound: 58.6%

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7. Wisconsin

Total people moving in: 1240

Total people moving out: 1810

Net Flow: -570

Percent of Moves Outbound: 59.3%

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6. Indiana

Total people moving in: 1240

Total people moving out: 1810

Net Flow: -570

Percent of Moves Outbound: 59.3%

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5. Wyoming

Total people moving in: 170

Total people moving out: 250

Net Flow: -80

Percent of Moves Outbound: 60.0%

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4. South Dakota

Total people moving in: 152

Total people moving out: 229

Net Flow: -77

Percent of Moves Outbound: 60.0%

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3. Illinois

Total people moving in: 2193

Total people moving out: 3535

Net Flow: -1342

Percent of Moves Outbound: 61.7%

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2. New York

Total people moving in: 2543

Total people moving out: 4107

Net Flow: -1564

Percent of Moves Outbound: 61.8%

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1. Hawaii

Total people moving in: 65

Total people moving out: 106

Net Flow: -41

Percent of Moves Outbound: 62.0%

 

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I’m pleasantly surprised that Michigan didn’t make the list again.

 

 

 

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