Where people in Cincinnati are moving to most

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

Stacker compiled a list of where people in Cincinnati, OH-KY-IN 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 Cincinnati between 2015 and 2019. Ties were broken by gross migration.

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#50. Canton-Massillon, OH Metro Area

- Migration to Canton in 2015-2019: 258
- Migration from Canton to Cincinnati: 276 (#6 most common destination from Canton)
- Net migration: 18 to Cincinnati
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#49. Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News, VA-NC Metro Area

- Migration to Virginia Beach in 2015-2019: 265
- Migration from Virginia Beach to Cincinnati: 320 (#57 most common destination from Virginia Beach)
- Net migration: 55 to Cincinnati
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#48. Greenville-Anderson, SC Metro Area

- Migration to Greenville in 2015-2019: 272
- Migration from Greenville to Cincinnati: 122 (#46 most common destination from Greenville)
- Net migration: 150 to Greenville
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#47. Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE-MD Metro Area

- Migration to Philadelphia in 2015-2019: 276
- Migration from Philadelphia to Cincinnati: 413 (#82 most common destination from Philadelphia)
- Net migration: 137 to Cincinnati
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#46. Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach, FL Metro Area

- Migration to Deltona in 2015-2019: 279
- Migration from Deltona to Cincinnati: 18 (#126 most common destination from Deltona)
- Net migration: 261 to Deltona

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#45. Ann Arbor, MI Metro Area

- Migration to Ann Arbor in 2015-2019: 279
- Migration from Ann Arbor to Cincinnati: 136 (#28 most common destination from Ann Arbor)
- Net migration: 143 to Ann Arbor
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#44. Jacksonville, FL Metro Area

- Migration to Jacksonville in 2015-2019: 298
- Migration from Jacksonville to Cincinnati: 214 (#57 most common destination from Jacksonville)
- Net migration: 84 to Jacksonville
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#43. Kansas City, MO-KS Metro Area

- Migration to Kansas City in 2015-2019: 299
- Migration from Kansas City to Cincinnati: 384 (#36 most common destination from Kansas City)
- Net migration: 85 to Cincinnati
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#42. Lima, OH Metro Area

- Migration to Lima in 2015-2019: 300
- Migration from Lima to Cincinnati: 328 (#2 most common destination from Lima)
- Net migration: 28 to Cincinnati
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#41. Huntington-Ashland, WV-KY-OH Metro Area

- Migration to Huntington in 2015-2019: 302
- Migration from Huntington to Cincinnati: 575 (#4 most common destination from Huntington)
- Net migration: 273 to Cincinnati

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#40. Baltimore-Columbia-Towson, MD Metro Area

- Migration to Baltimore in 2015-2019: 306
- Migration from Baltimore to Cincinnati: 310 (#64 most common destination from Baltimore)
- Net migration: 4 to Cincinnati
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#39. Tucson, AZ Metro Area

- Migration to Tucson in 2015-2019: 308
- Migration from Tucson to Cincinnati: 179 (#45 most common destination from Tucson)
- Net migration: 129 to Tucson
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#38. Savannah, GA Metro Area

- Migration to Savannah in 2015-2019: 308
- Migration from Savannah to Cincinnati: 236 (#26 most common destination from Savannah)
- Net migration: 72 to Savannah
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#37. Bakersfield, CA Metro Area

- Migration to Bakersfield in 2015-2019: 319
- Migration from Bakersfield to Cincinnati: 15 (#116 most common destination from Bakersfield)
- Net migration: 304 to Bakersfield
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#36. Bowling Green, KY Metro Area

- Migration to Bowling Green in 2015-2019: 320
- Migration from Bowling Green to Cincinnati: 160 (#6 most common destination from Bowling Green)
- Net migration: 160 to Bowling Green

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#35. Springfield, OH Metro Area

- Migration to Springfield in 2015-2019: 324
- Migration from Springfield to Cincinnati: 496 (#3 most common destination from Springfield)
- Net migration: 172 to Cincinnati
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#34. Naples-Marco Island, FL Metro Area

- Migration to Naples in 2015-2019: 326
- Migration from Naples to Cincinnati: 174 (#20 most common destination from Naples)
- Net migration: 152 to Naples
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#33. Boston-Cambridge-Newton, MA-NH Metro Area

- Migration to Boston in 2015-2019: 327
- Migration from Boston to Cincinnati: 516 (#49 most common destination from Boston)
- Net migration: 189 to Cincinnati
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#32. Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, TX Metro Area

- Migration to Houston in 2015-2019: 339
- Migration from Houston to Cincinnati: 400 (#72 most common destination from Houston)
- Net migration: 61 to Cincinnati
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#31. Raleigh-Cary, NC Metro Area

- Migration to Raleigh in 2015-2019: 351
- Migration from Raleigh to Cincinnati: 112 (#72 most common destination from Raleigh)
- Net migration: 239 to Raleigh

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#30. San Diego-Chula Vista-Carlsbad, CA Metro Area

- Migration to San Diego in 2015-2019: 378
- Migration from San Diego to Cincinnati: 261 (#89 most common destination from San Diego)
- Net migration: 117 to San Diego
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#29. North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton, FL Metro Area

- Migration to North Port in 2015-2019: 380
- Migration from North Port to Cincinnati: 180 (#32 most common destination from North Port)
- Net migration: 200 to North Port
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#28. Austin-Round Rock-Georgetown, TX Metro Area

- Migration to Austin in 2015-2019: 418
- Migration from Austin to Cincinnati: 255 (#58 most common destination from Austin)
- Net migration: 163 to Austin
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#27. Pittsburgh, PA Metro Area

- Migration to Pittsburgh in 2015-2019: 424
- Migration from Pittsburgh to Cincinnati: 337 (#43 most common destination from Pittsburgh)
- Net migration: 87 to Pittsburgh
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#26. San Francisco-Oakland-Berkeley, CA Metro Area

- Migration to San Francisco in 2015-2019: 436
- Migration from San Francisco to Cincinnati: 478 (#55 most common destination from San Francisco)
- Net migration: 42 to Cincinnati

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#25. Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia, NC-SC Metro Area

- Migration to Charlotte in 2015-2019: 459
- Migration from Charlotte to Cincinnati: 390 (#46 most common destination from Charlotte)
- Net migration: 69 to Charlotte
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#24. Detroit-Warren-Dearborn, MI Metro Area

- Migration to Detroit in 2015-2019: 474
- Migration from Detroit to Cincinnati: 636 (#32 most common destination from Detroit)
- Net migration: 162 to Cincinnati
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#23. St. Louis, MO-IL Metro Area

- Migration to St. Louis in 2015-2019: 501
- Migration from St. Louis to Cincinnati: 516 (#30 most common destination from St. Louis)
- Net migration: 15 to Cincinnati
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#22. Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA Metro Area

- Migration to Los Angeles in 2015-2019: 518
- Migration from Los Angeles to Cincinnati: 792 (#64 most common destination from Los Angeles)
- Net migration: 274 to Cincinnati
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#21. Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, FL Metro Area

- Migration to Orlando in 2015-2019: 541
- Migration from Orlando to Cincinnati: 227 (#75 most common destination from Orlando)
- Net migration: 314 to Orlando

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#20. Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO Metro Area

- Migration to Denver in 2015-2019: 544
- Migration from Denver to Cincinnati: 372 (#59 most common destination from Denver)
- Net migration: 172 to Denver
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#19. Phoenix-Mesa-Chandler, AZ Metro Area

- Migration to Phoenix in 2015-2019: 585
- Migration from Phoenix to Cincinnati: 199 (#105 most common destination from Phoenix)
- Net migration: 386 to Phoenix
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#18. Nashville-Davidson--Murfreesboro--Franklin, TN Metro Area

- Migration to Nashville in 2015-2019: 604
- Migration from Nashville to Cincinnati: 569 (#20 most common destination from Nashville)
- Net migration: 35 to Nashville
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#17. Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WA Metro Area

- Migration to Seattle in 2015-2019: 618
- Migration from Seattle to Cincinnati: 289 (#85 most common destination from Seattle)
- Net migration: 329 to Seattle
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#16. New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA Metro Area

- Migration to New York in 2015-2019: 635
- Migration from New York to Cincinnati: 1,968 (#55 most common destination from New York)
- Net migration: 1,333 to Cincinnati

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#15. Akron, OH Metro Area

- Migration to Akron in 2015-2019: 645
- Migration from Akron to Cincinnati: 1,237 (#5 most common destination from Akron)
- Net migration: 592 to Cincinnati
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#14. Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach, FL Metro Area

- Migration to Miami in 2015-2019: 656
- Migration from Miami to Cincinnati: 733 (#44 most common destination from Miami)
- Net migration: 77 to Cincinnati
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#13. Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI Metro Area

- Migration to Minneapolis in 2015-2019: 669
- Migration from Minneapolis to Cincinnati: 321 (#54 most common destination from Minneapolis)
- Net migration: 348 to Minneapolis
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#12. Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV Metro Area

- Migration to Washington in 2015-2019: 896
- Migration from Washington to Cincinnati: 1,168 (#46 most common destination from Washington)
- Net migration: 272 to Cincinnati
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#11. Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL Metro Area

- Migration to Tampa in 2015-2019: 940
- Migration from Tampa to Cincinnati: 789 (#27 most common destination from Tampa)
- Net migration: 151 to Tampa

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#10. Toledo, OH Metro Area

- Migration to Toledo in 2015-2019: 1,219
- Migration from Toledo to Cincinnati: 1,169 (#4 most common destination from Toledo)
- Net migration: 50 to Toledo
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#9. Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Alpharetta, GA Metro Area

- Migration to Atlanta in 2015-2019: 1,229
- Migration from Atlanta to Cincinnati: 537 (#79 most common destination from Atlanta)
- Net migration: 692 to Atlanta
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#8. Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX Metro Area

- Migration to Dallas in 2015-2019: 1,229
- Migration from Dallas to Cincinnati: 800 (#51 most common destination from Dallas)
- Net migration: 429 to Dallas
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#7. Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson, IN Metro Area

- Migration to Indianapolis in 2015-2019: 1,334
- Migration from Indianapolis to Cincinnati: 1,897 (#6 most common destination from Indianapolis)
- Net migration: 563 to Cincinnati
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#6. Cleveland-Elyria, OH Metro Area

- Migration to Cleveland in 2015-2019: 1,764
- Migration from Cleveland to Cincinnati: 2,959 (#4 most common destination from Cleveland)
- Net migration: 1,195 to Cincinnati

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#5. Lexington-Fayette, KY Metro Area

- Migration to Lexington in 2015-2019: 2,040
- Migration from Lexington to Cincinnati: 1,811 (#2 most common destination from Lexington)
- Net migration: 229 to Lexington
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#4. Louisville/Jefferson County, KY-IN Metro Area

- Migration to Louisville/Jefferson County in 2015-2019: 2,182
- Migration from Louisville/Jefferson County to Cincinnati: 2,225 (#3 most common destination from Louisville/Jefferson County)
- Net migration: 43 to Cincinnati
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#3. Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area

- Migration to Chicago in 2015-2019: 2,263
- Migration from Chicago to Cincinnati: 2,226 (#33 most common destination from Chicago)
- Net migration: 37 to Chicago
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#2. Dayton-Kettering, OH Metro Area

- Migration to Dayton in 2015-2019: 5,798
- Migration from Dayton to Cincinnati: 6,793 (#1 most common destination from Dayton)
- Net migration: 995 to Cincinnati
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#1. Columbus, OH Metro Area

- Migration to Columbus in 2015-2019: 5,831
- Migration from Columbus to Cincinnati: 6,286 (#1 most common destination from Columbus)
- Net migration: 455 to Cincinnati

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