Looking at in and out migration data compiled by the US Census Bureau between 2010-2018, twelve cities in the Lone Star State are attracting millions of people. Take a look:

  1. Austin-Round Rock – +310,931 or +18% of 2010 population of 1,716,289
  2. Midland – +22,239 of +16% of 2010 population of 141,671
  3. San Antonio-New Braunfels – +239,501 or +11% of 2010 population of 2,142,508
  4. Dallas-Ft. Worth-Arlington – +641,751 or +10% of 2010 population of 6,426,214
  5. Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land – +584,110 or +10% of 2010 population of 5,920,416
  6. Sherman-Denison – +11,842 or +10% or 2010 population of 120,877
  7. College Station-Bryan – +19,042 or +8% of 2010 population of 228,660
  8. Odessa – +11,351 or +8% of 2010 population of 137,130
  9. Tyler – +11,910 or +6% of 2010 population of 137,130
  10. Lubbock – +13,495 or +5% of 2010 population of 290,805
  11. Waco – +7,585 or +3% of 2010 population of 252,772
  12. San Angelo – +3,305 or +3% of 2010 population of 111,823

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Again, looking at in and out migration data compiled by the US Census Bureau between 2010-2018, here are the places people are leaving the most in search of greener pastures:

  1. Watertown-Ft. Drum NY – -14,329 or -12.3% of 116,229 people in 2010
  2. Vineland-Bridgeton NJ – -10,118 or -6.4% of 156,898 people in 2010
  3. Elmira NY – -4,950 or -5.6% of 88.830 people in 2010
  4. Johnston PA – -7,980 or -5.6% of 143,679 in 2010
  5. Atlantic City-Hammonton NJ – -12,869 or -4.7% of 274,549 people in 2010
  6. Binghamton NY – -11,484 or =4.6% of 251,725 in 2010
  7. Erie PA – -11,067 or -3.9% of 280,566 in 2010
  8. Norwich-New London CT – -9,732 or -3.6% of 274,055 people in 2010
  9. Syracuse NY – -23,156 or -3.5% of 662,577 people in 2010
  10. Utica-Rome NY – -8,098 or -2.7% people in 2010

Thanks to MSN’s Business Insider for source data.

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