List of U.S. states and territories by net migration

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This is a list of U.S. states and the District of Columbia by annual net migration. The first table lists U.S. states and the District of Columbia by annual net domestic migration, while the second table lists U.S. states and the District of Columbia by annual net international migration. There is a separate table for the U.S. territories. The term net domestic migration describes the total number of people moving to a state from state minus people moving to another state from that state. The term net international migration describes the total number of people moving to a state from another country minus people moving to another country from that state.

Net domestic migration[edit]

U.S. states by net domestic migration (From July 1, 2018 to July 1, 2019)
National
rank
State Total net domestic migration
(2018—2019)[1]
Net domestic migration rate
per 1,000 inhabitants
1  Florida 133,910 6.23
2  Texas 125,660 4.33
3  Arizona 91,017 12.50
4  North Carolina 67,338 6.42
5  South Carolina 53,034 10.30
6  Georgia 49,680 4.68
7  Nevada 43,207 14.03
8  Washington 37,476 4.92
9  Tennessee 36,009 5.27
10  Colorado 31,335 5.44
11  Idaho 27,360 15.31
12  Oregon 25,821 6.12
13  Utah 15,588 4.86
14  Alabama 9,387 1.91
15  Delaware 6,961 7.15
16  Maine 6,613 4.92
17  Montana 6,024 5.64
18  New Hampshire 4,469 3.29
19  Indiana 3,997 0.59
20  Oklahoma 3,822 0.97
21  Arkansas 2,515 0.83
22  South Dakota 964 1.09
23  Minnesota 65 0.01
24  Vermont −682 −1.09
25  Missouri −710 −0.12
26  Wyoming −1,012 −1.75
27  North Dakota −1,267 −1.66
28  Wisconsin −1,438 −0.25
29  Kentucky −1,541 −0.34
30  New Mexico −2,136 −1.02
 District of Columbia −2,203 −3.12
31  Rhode Island −3,215 −3.03
32  Nebraska −4,220 −2.18
33  Iowa −5,011 −1.59
34  West Virginia −7,073 −3.95
35  Virginia −9,136 −1.07
36  Alaska −9,482 −12.96
37  Mississippi −10,740 −3.61
38  Kansas −12,357 −4.24
39  Ohio −12,916 −1.10
40  Hawaii −13,817 −9.76
41  Pennsylvania −19,588 −1.53
42  Connecticut −22,059 −6.19
43  Maryland −23,665 −3.91
44  Michigan −23,670 −2.37
45  Louisiana −26,045 −5.60
46  Massachusetts −30,274 −4.36
47  New Jersey −48,946 −5.51
48  Illinois −104,986 −8.28
49  New York −180,649 −9.29
50  California −203,414 −5.15

Net international migration[edit]

U.S. states by net international migration (From July 1, 2018 to July 1, 2019)
National
rank
State Total net international migration
(2018—2019)[2]
Net international migration rate
per 1,000 inhabitants
 United States 595,348 1.80
1  Florida 88,678 4.13
2  California 74,028 1.87
3  Texas 65,044 2.24
4  New York 45,753 2.35
5  Massachusetts 28,426 4.09
6  Washington 24,103 3.17
7  New Jersey 21,284 2.40
8  Pennsylvania 19,532 1.53
9  Illinois 19,209 1.52
10  Georgia 15,053 1.42
11  Maryland 15,011 2.48
12  Virginia 14,869 1.74
13  Indiana 14,379 2.14
14  North Carolina 14,184 1.35
15  Michigan 13,146 1.32
16  Connecticut 12,323 3.46
17  Colorado 10,523 1.83
18  Ohio 9,553 0.82
19  Tennessee 9,293 1.36
20  Minnesota 9,113 1.62
21  Arizona 7,782 1.07
 Puerto Rico 7,733 2.42
22  South Carolina 5,724 1.11
23  Utah 5,579 1.74
24  Missouri 5,503 0.90
25  Hawaii 5,014 3.54
26  Oklahoma 4,484 1.13
27  Kansas 4,104 1.41
28  Rhode Island 3,645 3.44
29  Wisconsin 3,341 0.57
30  Nebraska 3,295 1.70
31  Oregon 3,295 0.78
32  Louisiana 3,040 0.65
33  Alabama 2,772 0.57
34  Iowa 2,663 0.84
 District of Columbia 2,604 3.69
35  New Hampshire 1,947 1.43
36  New Mexico 1,546 0.74
37  Mississippi 1,429 0.48
38  North Dakota 951 1.25
39  Maine 852 0.63
40  Kentucky 765 0.17
41  Alaska 659 0.90
42  Wyoming 538 0.93
43  South Dakota 418 0.47
44  Vermont 383 0.61
45  Montana 322 0.30
46  Arkansas 268 0.09
47  Idaho 167 0.09
48  Delaware 73 0.07
49  West Virginia −349 −0.19
50  Nevada −970 −0.31

U.S. territories[edit]

U.S. territories by net migration
Territory Net migration rate
per 1,000 inhabitants
(2020)
[3][4][5][6][7]
 American Samoa –26.1
 Guam –11.0
 Northern Mariana Islands –15.4
 Puerto Rico –14.1
 U.S. Virgin Islands –7.5

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Net International Migration (change 2018—2019)". www.census.gov.
  2. ^ "Net International Migration (change 2018—2019)". www.census.gov.
  3. ^ https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/aq.html CIA World Factbook. American Samoa. Retrieved September 5, 2019.
  4. ^ https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/gq.html CIA World Factbook. Guam. Retrieved September 5, 2019.
  5. ^ https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/cq.html CIA World Factbook. Northern Mariana Islands. Retrieved September 5, 2019.
  6. ^ https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/rq.html CIA World Factbook. Puerto Rico. Retrieved September 5, 2019.
  7. ^ https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/vq.html CIA World Factbook. U.S. Virgin Islands. Retrieved September 5, 2019.