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Migration/Geographic Mobility refers to the movement of people within the United States from one location to another at various geographic levels. Movers are classified by type of move and characteristics of movers. People who moved from abroad are also included.


Latest Releases

Geographical Mobility: 2012 to 2013 (CPS) 

County-to-County Migration Flows (ACS) 

State-to-State Migration Flows (ACS) 

Geographical Mobility: 2005 to 2010, 5-year (CPS) 

How do the ACS five-year migration data compare to the 2000 Census migration data? 


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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Migration/Geographic Mobility |  Last Revised: 2014-06-05T09:30:12.59-04:00