Looks Like Everyone Likes These American Cities (20 pics)

Posted in PICTURES       26 Sep 2019       1682      

All of the data comes from the data of the US Census Bureau’s Population Estimates Program, comparing numbers from 2010 to 2018 against each other. If you compare the value of “Net migration,” which measures how many people move to a city minus how many people left, to the current population estimate, you get a percentage that shows how much a city has grown.

 

20. Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

Net migration: 19,111, 13.8% of the population out of 138,494.

19. Crestview-Fort Walton Beach-Destin, Florida

Net migration: 32,718, 13.9% of the population out of 235,865.

18. Raleigh, North Carolina

Net migration: 159,756, 14.1% of the population out of 1,130,490.

17. Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach, Florida

Net migration: 87,461, 14.8% of the population out of 590,289.

16. Port St. Lucie, Florida

Net migration: 62,896, 14.8% of the population out of 424,107.

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15. Midland, Texas

Net migration: 22,239, 15.7% of the population out of 141,671.

14. Lakeland-Winter Haven, Florida

Net migration: 96,548, 16.0% of the population out of 602,095.

13. Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, Florida

Net migration: 344,022, 16.1% of the population out of 2,134,411.

12. Greeley, Colorado

Net migration: 41,180, 16.3% of the population out of 252,825.

11. Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island, Florida

Net migration: 56,188, 17.5% of the population out of 321,520.

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10. Sebastian-Vero Beach, Florida

Net migration: 24,647, 17.9% of the population out of 138,028.

9. St. George, Utah

Net migration: 24,835, 18.0% of the population out of 138,115.

8. Austin-Round Rock, Texas

Net migration: 310,931, 18.1% of the population out of 1,716,289.

7. Daphne-Fairhope-Foley, Alabama

Net migration: 33,655, 18.5% of the population out of 182,265.

6. Bend-Redmond, Oregon

Net migration: 30,773, 19.5% of the population out of 157,733.

5. North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton, Florida

Net migration: 140,889, 20.1% of the population out of 702,281.

4. Cape Coral-Fort Myers, Florida

Net migration: 135,696, 21.9% of the population of 618,754.

3. Punta Gorda, Florida

Net migration: 36,551, 22.8% of the population out of 159,978.

2. Myrtle Beach-Conway-North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina-North Carolina

Net migration: 105,460, 28.0% of the population out of 376,722.

1. The Villages, Florida

Net migration: 43,639, 46.7% of the population out of 93,420.



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