Of the 188.0 million persons 1 year old and over living in the United States in March 1965, 37.9 million, or 20.1 percent, had been living at a different address in the United States in March 1964. An additional 0.5 percent has been living abroad in March 1964. The proportion of the population that moved within the country, according to the 18 annual surveys conducted since 1948, ranged from 18.6 to 21.0 percent, a relatively small variation. Between March 1964 and March 1965 about 13.0 percent of the population moved within counties, 6.8 percent moved between States.
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Mobility of the Population of the U.S.: March 1963 to March 1964
This report analyzes migration in the U.S. between 1963 and 1964 using the Current Population Survey and provides detailed tables.
Voter Participation in the National Election November 1964
An estimated 69 percent of the civilian noninstitutional population of voting age said they voted in the November 1964 national election.
Reasons for Moving: March 1962 to March 1963
This report examines the reasons people moved using the 1963 Current Population Survey and provides detailed tables of the estimates.