Where people in Rome are moving to most

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July 18, 2022
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Where people in Rome are moving to most

Stacker compiled a list of where people in Rome, GA Metro Area are moving to the most using data from the U.S. Census Bureau. Metros are ranked by the estimated number of people who moved to the metro from Rome between 2015 and 2019. Ties were broken by gross migration.

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#29. Bloomsburg-Berwick, PA Metro Area

- Migration to Bloomsburg in 2015-2019: 10
- Migration from Bloomsburg to Rome: 0
- Net migration: 10 to Bloomsburg
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#28. Montgomery, AL Metro Area

- Migration to Montgomery in 2015-2019: 11
- Migration from Montgomery to Rome: 8 (#118 most common destination from Montgomery)
- Net migration: 3 to Montgomery
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#27. Nashville-Davidson--Murfreesboro--Franklin, TN Metro Area

- Migration to Nashville in 2015-2019: 13
- Migration from Nashville to Rome: 11 (#239 most common destination from Nashville)
- Net migration: 2 to Nashville
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#26. Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, FL Metro Area

- Migration to Orlando in 2015-2019: 16
- Migration from Orlando to Rome: 29 (#203 most common destination from Orlando)
- Net migration: 13 to Rome
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#25. Augusta-Richmond County, GA-SC Metro Area

- Migration to Augusta in 2015-2019: 16
- Migration from Augusta to Rome: 56 (#83 most common destination from Augusta)
- Net migration: 40 to Rome

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#24. Columbus, OH Metro Area

- Migration to Columbus in 2015-2019: 17
- Migration from Columbus to Rome: 0
- Net migration: 17 to Columbus
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#23. Savannah, GA Metro Area

- Migration to Savannah in 2015-2019: 17
- Migration from Savannah to Rome: 16 (#127 most common destination from Savannah)
- Net migration: 1 to Savannah
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#22. San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA Metro Area

- Migration to San Jose in 2015-2019: 20
- Migration from San Jose to Rome: 0
- Net migration: 20 to San Jose
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#21. Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI Metro Area

- Migration to Minneapolis in 2015-2019: 21
- Migration from Minneapolis to Rome: 0
- Net migration: 21 to Minneapolis
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#20. Dalton, GA Metro Area

- Migration to Dalton in 2015-2019: 21
- Migration from Dalton to Rome: 36 (#19 most common destination from Dalton)
- Net migration: 15 to Rome

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#19. Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV Metro Area

- Migration to Washington in 2015-2019: 22
- Migration from Washington to Rome: 100 (#209 most common destination from Washington)
- Net migration: 78 to Rome
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#18. Phoenix-Mesa-Chandler, AZ Metro Area

- Migration to Phoenix in 2015-2019: 22
- Migration from Phoenix to Rome: 0
- Net migration: 22 to Phoenix
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#17. Huntsville, AL Metro Area

- Migration to Huntsville in 2015-2019: 22
- Migration from Huntsville to Rome: 9 (#132 most common destination from Huntsville)
- Net migration: 13 to Huntsville
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#16. Huntington-Ashland, WV-KY-OH Metro Area

- Migration to Huntington in 2015-2019: 24
- Migration from Huntington to Rome: 0
- Net migration: 24 to Huntington
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#15. Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia, NC-SC Metro Area

- Migration to Charlotte in 2015-2019: 30
- Migration from Charlotte to Rome: 55 (#159 most common destination from Charlotte)
- Net migration: 25 to Rome

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#14. Akron, OH Metro Area

- Migration to Akron in 2015-2019: 32
- Migration from Akron to Rome: 0
- Net migration: 32 to Akron
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#13. Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL Metro Area

- Migration to Tampa in 2015-2019: 32
- Migration from Tampa to Rome: 18 (#270 most common destination from Tampa)
- Net migration: 14 to Tampa
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#12. Austin-Round Rock-Georgetown, TX Metro Area

- Migration to Austin in 2015-2019: 37
- Migration from Austin to Rome: 0
- Net migration: 37 to Austin
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#11. Oklahoma City, OK Metro Area

- Migration to Oklahoma City in 2015-2019: 51
- Migration from Oklahoma City to Rome: 0
- Net migration: 51 to Oklahoma City
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#10. Athens-Clarke County, GA Metro Area

- Migration to Athens in 2015-2019: 61
- Migration from Athens to Rome: 117 (#18 most common destination from Athens)
- Net migration: 56 to Rome

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#9. Valdosta, GA Metro Area

- Migration to Valdosta in 2015-2019: 67
- Migration from Valdosta to Rome: 53 (#27 most common destination from Valdosta)
- Net migration: 14 to Valdosta
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#8. Birmingham-Hoover, AL Metro Area

- Migration to Birmingham in 2015-2019: 74
- Migration from Birmingham to Rome: 24 (#132 most common destination from Birmingham)
- Net migration: 50 to Birmingham
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#7. Anniston-Oxford, AL Metro Area

- Migration to Anniston in 2015-2019: 79
- Migration from Anniston to Rome: 0
- Net migration: 79 to Anniston
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#6. Gadsden, AL Metro Area

- Migration to Gadsden in 2015-2019: 94
- Migration from Gadsden to Rome: 27 (#21 most common destination from Gadsden)
- Net migration: 67 to Gadsden
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#5. Columbus, GA-AL Metro Area

- Migration to Columbus in 2015-2019: 103
- Migration from Columbus to Rome: 29 (#96 most common destination from Columbus)
- Net migration: 74 to Columbus

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#4. Auburn-Opelika, AL Metro Area

- Migration to Auburn in 2015-2019: 114
- Migration from Auburn to Rome: 0
- Net migration: 114 to Auburn
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#3. Macon-Bibb County, GA Metro Area

- Migration to Macon in 2015-2019: 145
- Migration from Macon to Rome: 11 (#59 most common destination from Macon)
- Net migration: 134 to Macon
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#2. Chattanooga, TN-GA Metro Area

- Migration to Chattanooga in 2015-2019: 158
- Migration from Chattanooga to Rome: 187 (#18 most common destination from Chattanooga)
- Net migration: 29 to Rome
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#1. Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Alpharetta, GA Metro Area

- Migration to Atlanta in 2015-2019: 1,674
- Migration from Atlanta to Rome: 1,528 (#30 most common destination from Atlanta)
- Net migration: 146 to Atlanta

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