Where people in College Station are moving to most

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July 18, 2022
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Where people in College Station are moving to most

Stacker compiled a list of where people in College Station-Bryan, TX 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 College Station between 2015 and 2019. Ties were broken by gross migration.

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#50. Ithaca, NY Metro Area

- Migration to Ithaca in 2015-2019: 50
- Migration from Ithaca to College Station: 0
- Net migration: 50 to Ithaca
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#49. Jackson, MS Metro Area

- Migration to Jackson in 2015-2019: 51
- Migration from Jackson to College Station: 56 (#58 most common destination from Jackson)
- Net migration: 5 to College Station
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#48. Lafayette-West Lafayette, IN Metro Area

- Migration to Lafayette in 2015-2019: 51
- Migration from Lafayette to College Station: 0
- Net migration: 51 to Lafayette
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#47. Madison, WI Metro Area

- Migration to Madison in 2015-2019: 51
- Migration from Madison to College Station: 22 (#132 most common destination from Madison)
- Net migration: 29 to Madison
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#46. Lakeland-Winter Haven, FL Metro Area

- Migration to Lakeland in 2015-2019: 53
- Migration from Lakeland to College Station: 0
- Net migration: 53 to Lakeland

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#45. Midland, TX Metro Area

- Migration to Midland in 2015-2019: 60
- Migration from Midland to College Station: 68 (#25 most common destination from Midland)
- Net migration: 8 to College Station
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#44. Ogden-Clearfield, UT Metro Area

- Migration to Ogden in 2015-2019: 62
- Migration from Ogden to College Station: 40 (#83 most common destination from Ogden)
- Net migration: 22 to Ogden
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#43. Lake Havasu City-Kingman, AZ Metro Area

- Migration to Lake Havasu City in 2015-2019: 62
- Migration from Lake Havasu City to College Station: 0
- Net migration: 62 to Lake Havasu City
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#42. Baltimore-Columbia-Towson, MD Metro Area

- Migration to Baltimore in 2015-2019: 64
- Migration from Baltimore to College Station: 0
- Net migration: 64 to Baltimore
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#41. Davenport-Moline-Rock Island, IA-IL Metro Area

- Migration to Davenport in 2015-2019: 66
- Migration from Davenport to College Station: 0
- Net migration: 66 to Davenport

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#40. Gainesville, FL Metro Area

- Migration to Gainesville in 2015-2019: 66
- Migration from Gainesville to College Station: 11 (#120 most common destination from Gainesville)
- Net migration: 55 to Gainesville
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#39. Albany, GA Metro Area

- Migration to Albany in 2015-2019: 68
- Migration from Albany to College Station: 0
- Net migration: 68 to Albany
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#38. Jacksonville, FL Metro Area

- Migration to Jacksonville in 2015-2019: 68
- Migration from Jacksonville to College Station: 0
- Net migration: 68 to Jacksonville
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#37. Boston-Cambridge-Newton, MA-NH Metro Area

- Migration to Boston in 2015-2019: 74
- Migration from Boston to College Station: 10 (#261 most common destination from Boston)
- Net migration: 64 to Boston
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#36. Wilmington, NC Metro Area

- Migration to Wilmington in 2015-2019: 77
- Migration from Wilmington to College Station: 0
- Net migration: 77 to Wilmington

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#35. Waco, TX Metro Area

- Migration to Waco in 2015-2019: 90
- Migration from Waco to College Station: 310 (#7 most common destination from Waco)
- Net migration: 220 to College Station
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#34. Tulsa, OK Metro Area

- Migration to Tulsa in 2015-2019: 91
- Migration from Tulsa to College Station: 41 (#87 most common destination from Tulsa)
- Net migration: 50 to Tulsa
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#33. Knoxville, TN Metro Area

- Migration to Knoxville in 2015-2019: 95
- Migration from Knoxville to College Station: 0
- Net migration: 95 to Knoxville
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#32. Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Alpharetta, GA Metro Area

- Migration to Atlanta in 2015-2019: 97
- Migration from Atlanta to College Station: 84 (#194 most common destination from Atlanta)
- Net migration: 13 to Atlanta
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#31. San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA Metro Area

- Migration to San Jose in 2015-2019: 106
- Migration from San Jose to College Station: 32 (#146 most common destination from San Jose)
- Net migration: 74 to San Jose

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#30. Eugene-Springfield, OR Metro Area

- Migration to Eugene in 2015-2019: 108
- Migration from Eugene to College Station: 0
- Net migration: 108 to Eugene
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#29. San Francisco-Oakland-Berkeley, CA Metro Area

- Migration to San Francisco in 2015-2019: 109
- Migration from San Francisco to College Station: 121 (#120 most common destination from San Francisco)
- Net migration: 12 to College Station
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#28. New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA Metro Area

- Migration to New York in 2015-2019: 109
- Migration from New York to College Station: 220 (#175 most common destination from New York)
- Net migration: 111 to College Station
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#27. Champaign-Urbana, IL Metro Area

- Migration to Champaign in 2015-2019: 112
- Migration from Champaign to College Station: 41 (#56 most common destination from Champaign)
- Net migration: 71 to Champaign
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#26. Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News, VA-NC Metro Area

- Migration to Virginia Beach in 2015-2019: 114
- Migration from Virginia Beach to College Station: 99 (#126 most common destination from Virginia Beach)
- Net migration: 15 to Virginia Beach

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#25. Phoenix-Mesa-Chandler, AZ Metro Area

- Migration to Phoenix in 2015-2019: 114
- Migration from Phoenix to College Station: 308 (#76 most common destination from Phoenix)
- Net migration: 194 to College Station
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#24. Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV Metro Area

- Migration to Washington in 2015-2019: 124
- Migration from Washington to College Station: 233 (#144 most common destination from Washington)
- Net migration: 109 to College Station
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#23. Spokane-Spokane Valley, WA Metro Area

- Migration to Spokane in 2015-2019: 127
- Migration from Spokane to College Station: 0
- Net migration: 127 to Spokane
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#22. Portland-Vancouver-Hillsboro, OR-WA Metro Area

- Migration to Portland in 2015-2019: 130
- Migration from Portland to College Station: 0
- Net migration: 130 to Portland
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#21. Beaumont-Port Arthur, TX Metro Area

- Migration to Beaumont in 2015-2019: 133
- Migration from Beaumont to College Station: 270 (#9 most common destination from Beaumont)
- Net migration: 137 to College Station

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#20. Pensacola-Ferry Pass-Brent, FL Metro Area

- Migration to Pensacola in 2015-2019: 139
- Migration from Pensacola to College Station: 178 (#42 most common destination from Pensacola)
- Net migration: 39 to College Station
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#19. Tyler, TX Metro Area

- Migration to Tyler in 2015-2019: 140
- Migration from Tyler to College Station: 62 (#20 most common destination from Tyler)
- Net migration: 78 to Tyler
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#18. Kalamazoo-Portage, MI Metro Area

- Migration to Kalamazoo in 2015-2019: 150
- Migration from Kalamazoo to College Station: 0
- Net migration: 150 to Kalamazoo
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#17. San Angelo, TX Metro Area

- Migration to San Angelo in 2015-2019: 153
- Migration from San Angelo to College Station: 13 (#56 most common destination from San Angelo)
- Net migration: 140 to San Angelo
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#16. Cincinnati, OH-KY-IN Metro Area

- Migration to Cincinnati in 2015-2019: 161
- Migration from Cincinnati to College Station: 0
- Net migration: 161 to Cincinnati

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#15. Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metro Area

- Migration to Chicago in 2015-2019: 161
- Migration from Chicago to College Station: 72 (#244 most common destination from Chicago)
- Net migration: 89 to Chicago
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#14. Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA Metro Area

- Migration to Los Angeles in 2015-2019: 162
- Migration from Los Angeles to College Station: 290 (#117 most common destination from Los Angeles)
- Net migration: 128 to College Station
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#13. Durham-Chapel Hill, NC Metro Area

- Migration to Durham in 2015-2019: 180
- Migration from Durham to College Station: 60 (#78 most common destination from Durham)
- Net migration: 120 to Durham
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#12. Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO Metro Area

- Migration to Denver in 2015-2019: 214
- Migration from Denver to College Station: 126 (#123 most common destination from Denver)
- Net migration: 88 to Denver
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#11. Corpus Christi, TX Metro Area

- Migration to Corpus Christi in 2015-2019: 246
- Migration from Corpus Christi to College Station: 187 (#19 most common destination from Corpus Christi)
- Net migration: 59 to Corpus Christi

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#10. Abilene, TX Metro Area

- Migration to Abilene in 2015-2019: 260
- Migration from Abilene to College Station: 87 (#19 most common destination from Abilene)
- Net migration: 173 to Abilene
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#9. Tuscaloosa, AL Metro Area

- Migration to Tuscaloosa in 2015-2019: 268
- Migration from Tuscaloosa to College Station: 24 (#57 most common destination from Tuscaloosa)
- Net migration: 244 to Tuscaloosa
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#8. Longview, TX Metro Area

- Migration to Longview in 2015-2019: 274
- Migration from Longview to College Station: 228 (#11 most common destination from Longview)
- Net migration: 46 to Longview
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#7. Lubbock, TX Metro Area

- Migration to Lubbock in 2015-2019: 313
- Migration from Lubbock to College Station: 90 (#32 most common destination from Lubbock)
- Net migration: 223 to Lubbock
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#6. Killeen-Temple, TX Metro Area

- Migration to Killeen in 2015-2019: 343
- Migration from Killeen to College Station: 733 (#9 most common destination from Killeen)
- Net migration: 390 to College Station
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#5. Brownsville-Harlingen, TX Metro Area

- Migration to Brownsville in 2015-2019: 386
- Migration from Brownsville to College Station: 229 (#8 most common destination from Brownsville)
- Net migration: 157 to Brownsville
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#4. San Antonio-New Braunfels, TX Metro Area

- Migration to San Antonio in 2015-2019: 1,340
- Migration from San Antonio to College Station: 2,076 (#4 most common destination from San Antonio)
- Net migration: 736 to College Station
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#3. Austin-Round Rock-Georgetown, TX Metro Area

- Migration to Austin in 2015-2019: 1,646
- Migration from Austin to College Station: 2,332 (#5 most common destination from Austin)
- Net migration: 686 to College Station
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#2. Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX Metro Area

- Migration to Dallas in 2015-2019: 2,819
- Migration from Dallas to College Station: 4,344 (#7 most common destination from Dallas)
- Net migration: 1,525 to College Station
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#1. Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, TX Metro Area

- Migration to Houston in 2015-2019: 4,633
- Migration from Houston to College Station: 6,153 (#4 most common destination from Houston)
- Net migration: 1,520 to College Station

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