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Report Number PC(2)-2E
Component ID: #ti1376501756

Residence in 1960 by Residence in 1955 for State Economic Areas and Economic Subregions

The final reports of the 1960 Population Census are arranged in three volumes and a joint Population-Housing series of census tract reports. Volume II (Series PC(2) reports) are Subject Reports. Each report concentrates on a particular subject. Detailed information and cross-relationships are generally provided on a national and regional level. In a few reports, data for States or standard metropolitan statistical areas are also shown.

This report, designated as PC(2)-2E, presents statistics on the movement of persons 5 years old and over between State economic areas and economic subregions in the period 1955 to 1960. The focus is on the streams of migrants between these areas. All the statistics are based on a 25-percent sample of the population.

Tables 1 and 2 present the mobility status of the population of the State economic areas and economic subregions, respectively. Table 3 presents the residence in 1955 and 1960 of migrants between State economic areas. Similarly, in table 4, migrants between economic subregions are shown by residence in 1960 cross-classified by residence in 1955. Table 5 shows the resultant net gain or loss through migration for each economic subregion.

The PDF to the right contains the Title Page, Preface, Acknowledgments, Final Reports (list), Contents and Introduction.

pdf   Tables 1 through 3   [17.5 MB]
pdf   Table 3 Continued   [17.0 MB]
pdf   Table 3 Continued   [1.4 MB]
pdf   Tables 4 and 5   [4.5 MB]
pdf   Appendix A and B   [1.7 MB]
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A Note on Language

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