WHERE WOULD YOU LIVE?

- The Hawk & Tom Show

January 6, 2020
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If you had to move to a different state, where would you go?  And don't say Idaho.   We're pretty sure they're about to close their borders because they're tired of all of us coming for their scenery and potatoes.

United Van Lines just released the results of its 43rd annual study into which states the most people are moving into . . . and out of.



- The state that had the highest percentage of people moving IN last year was Idaho.  67.4% of the moves involving Idaho were inbound.

The rest of the top 10 states that had the highest percentage of inbound moves are:  Oregon . . . Arizona . . . South Carolina . . . Washington . . . Washington D.C. . . . Florida . . . South Dakota . . . North Carolina . . . and New Mexico.


- The state that saw the highest percentage of people leaving was New Jersey, with 68.5% of its moves last year involving people going outbound.

The rest of the top 10 states that had the highest percentage of outbound moves are:  Illinois . . . New York . . . Connecticut . . . Kansas . . . Ohio . . . California . . . Michigan . . . North Dakota . . . and Iowa. 



Here's an interactive map with the numbers for every state.




(PR Newswire)