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Where people are moving to from Florida

Where people are moving to from Florida

Each year, an average of about 35.5 million Americans decide to pack up and switch their homes. While most residents do not drastically change their addresses, opting to stay in the same county they lived in the year prior, there are still roughly 6 million people who decide to cross state lines for their next place of residence. According to statistics from Forbes, the top states that are seeing more people moving in than out include Idaho, Oregon, and Nevada.

To get a sense of which states are receiving the most migrants from Florida, Stacker analyzed 2006 and 2016 state-to-state migration flow statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau. The data is taken from the American Community Survey conducted for both years and shows estimated migration flows all over the United States. While some states show a drastic 11-year change in migrants from Florida, others have consistently received roughly the same amount of people.

Whether it’s to find a better house or apartment, transfer closer to a new job, or to start a family, Americans have several reasons to change their surrounding environments.

Read on to find out where people from Florida are moving.

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Wyoming

Migrations to Wyoming in 2016: 187
Migrations to Wyoming in 2006: 690 (#48 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 72.9%

North Dakota

Migrations to North Dakota in 2016: 230
Migrations to North Dakota in 2006: 516 (#49 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 55.4%

Delaware

Migrations to Delaware in 2016: 708
Migrations to Delaware in 2006: 1,613 (#43 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 56.1%

Montana

Migrations to Montana in 2016: 714
Migrations to Montana in 2006: 1,846 (#42 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 61.3%

South Dakota

Migrations to South Dakota in 2016: 758
Migrations to South Dakota in 2006: 243 (#50 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: up 211.9%

Vermont

Migrations to Vermont in 2016: 876
Migrations to Vermont in 2006: 2,282 (#40 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 61.6%

Alaska

Migrations to Alaska in 2016: 1,100
Migrations to Alaska in 2006: 940 (#46 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: up 17%

Arkansas

Migrations to Arkansas in 2016: 1,351
Migrations to Arkansas in 2006: 3,666 (#33 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 63.1%

Idaho

Migrations to Idaho in 2016: 1,356
Migrations to Idaho in 2006: 1,428 (#44 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 5%

Iowa

Migrations to Iowa in 2016: 1,749
Migrations to Iowa in 2006: 2,483 (#37 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 29.6%

West Virginia

Migrations to West Virginia in 2016: 1,992
Migrations to West Virginia in 2006: 3,448 (#35 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 42.2%

Hawaii

Migrations to Hawaii in 2016: 2,113
Migrations to Hawaii in 2006: 2,456 (#38 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 14%

New Hampshire

Migrations to New Hampshire in 2016: 2,128
Migrations to New Hampshire in 2006: 4,294 (#28 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 50.4%

Nebraska

Migrations to Nebraska in 2016: 2,364
Migrations to Nebraska in 2006: 2,184 (#41 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: up 8.2%

New Mexico

Migrations to New Mexico in 2016: 2,411
Migrations to New Mexico in 2006: 3,731 (#32 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 35.4%

Utah

Migrations to Utah in 2016: 2,707
Migrations to Utah in 2006: 2,811 (#36 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 3.7%

Washington, D.C.

Migrations to Washington, D.C. in 2016: 2,717
Migrations to Washington, D.C. in 2006: 892 (#47 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: up 204.6%

Rhode Island

Migrations to Rhode Island in 2016: 2,778
Migrations to Rhode Island in 2006: 1,240 (#45 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: up 124%

Kansas

Migrations to Kansas in 2016: 2,944
Migrations to Kansas in 2006: 2,290 (#39 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: up 28.6%

Maine

Migrations to Maine in 2016: 2,967
Migrations to Maine in 2006: 4,621 (#27 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 35.8%

Minnesota

Migrations to Minnesota in 2016: 2,999
Migrations to Minnesota in 2006: 3,979 (#30 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 24.6%

Oklahoma

Migrations to Oklahoma in 2016: 3,155
Migrations to Oklahoma in 2006: 3,664 (#34 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 13.9%

Oregon

Migrations to Oregon in 2016: 3,172
Migrations to Oregon in 2006: 3,916 (#31 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 19%

Louisiana

Migrations to Louisiana in 2016: 3,597
Migrations to Louisiana in 2006: 4,853 (#25 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 25.9%

Mississippi

Migrations to Mississippi in 2016: 4,046
Migrations to Mississippi in 2006: 4,217 (#29 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 4.1%

Connecticut

Migrations to Connecticut in 2016: 4,629
Migrations to Connecticut in 2006: 6,999 (#23 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 33.9%

Nevada

Migrations to Nevada in 2016: 4,997
Migrations to Nevada in 2006: 4,759 (#26 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: up 5%

Wisconsin

Migrations to Wisconsin in 2016: 5,242
Migrations to Wisconsin in 2006: 6,447 (#24 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 18.7%

Missouri

Migrations to Missouri in 2016: 5,881
Migrations to Missouri in 2006: 8,422 (#19 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 30.2%

Washington

Migrations to Washington in 2016: 9,093
Migrations to Washington in 2006: 7,442 (#22 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: up 22.2%

Kentucky

Migrations to Kentucky in 2016: 9,255
Migrations to Kentucky in 2006: 10,918 (#14 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 15.2%

Arizona

Migrations to Arizona in 2016: 9,306
Migrations to Arizona in 2006: 7,667 (#21 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: up 21.4%

New Jersey

Migrations to New Jersey in 2016: 10,399
Migrations to New Jersey in 2006: 9,728 (#17 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: up 6.9%

Maryland

Migrations to Maryland in 2016: 10,887
Migrations to Maryland in 2006: 7,965 (#20 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: up 36.7%

Indiana

Migrations to Indiana in 2016: 10,994
Migrations to Indiana in 2006: 10,469 (#15 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: up 5%

Massachusetts

Migrations to Massachusetts in 2016: 11,295
Migrations to Massachusetts in 2006: 9,685 (#18 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: up 16.6%

Pennsylvania

Migrations to Pennsylvania in 2016: 12,938
Migrations to Pennsylvania in 2006: 18,837 (#9 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 31.3%

Illinois

Migrations to Illinois in 2016: 13,021
Migrations to Illinois in 2006: 17,271 (#12 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 24.6%

South Carolina

Migrations to South Carolina in 2016: 13,371
Migrations to South Carolina in 2006: 17,342 (#11 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 22.9%

Colorado

Migrations to Colorado in 2016: 13,546
Migrations to Colorado in 2006: 10,327 (#16 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: up 31.2%

Michigan

Migrations to Michigan in 2016: 14,302
Migrations to Michigan in 2006: 13,738 (#13 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: up 4.1%

Tennessee

Migrations to Tennessee in 2016: 14,926
Migrations to Tennessee in 2006: 28,514 (#5 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 47.7%

Ohio

Migrations to Ohio in 2016: 15,087
Migrations to Ohio in 2006: 22,706 (#7 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 33.6%

Alabama

Migrations to Alabama in 2016: 16,631
Migrations to Alabama in 2006: 19,258 (#8 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 13.6%

Virginia

Migrations to Virginia in 2016: 19,439
Migrations to Virginia in 2006: 18,446 (#10 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: up 5.4%

New York

Migrations to New York in 2016: 23,515
Migrations to New York in 2006: 30,809 (#4 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 23.7%

California

Migrations to California in 2016: 25,354
Migrations to California in 2006: 27,196 (#6 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 6.8%

Texas

Migrations to Texas in 2016: 31,145
Migrations to Texas in 2006: 39,872 (#3 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 21.9%

North Carolina

Migrations to North Carolina in 2016: 32,234
Migrations to North Carolina in 2006: 41,059 (#2 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 21.5%

Georgia

Migrations to Georgia in 2016: 44,846
Migrations to Georgia in 2006: 75,182 (#1 among all states)
Change in migrations 2006–2016: down 40.4%

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