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1 © 2003 H.S. Dent Foundation Movers to Different Region: Young vs. Old Source: US Census Bureau 8x

2 © 2003 H.S. Dent Foundation Movers to a Different Region by Age Source: US Census Bureau

3 © 2003 H.S. Dent Foundation The Migration Wave 25- to 27-Year Lag for Peak Movers

4 © 2003 H.S. Dent Foundation Average Immigrants per Year by Age Source: US Census Bureau

5 © 2003 H.S. Dent Foundation Immigration to the United States Source: U.S. Department of Homeland Security

6 © 2003 H.S. Dent Foundation Migration Flows

7 © 2003 H.S. Dent Foundation Top 10 Outbound States Source: United Van Lines State 5-year Average North Dakota 66.4% Michigan63.3% New Jersey 60.9% Indiana60.0% New York 59.5% Illinois58.5% Pennsylvania56.3% Ohio55.2% Wisconsin54.6% Massachusetts54.5%

8 © 2003 H.S. Dent Foundation Top 10 Inbound States State 5-year Average North Carolina 62.0% Nevada 61.7% Oregon 61.0% South Carolina 59.8% Idaho 59.3% Alabama 58.3% Arizona 58.3% Tennessee 55.3% Delaware 55.2% New Mexico 54.6% Source: United Van Lines

9 © 2002 H.S. Dent Foundation Migration into South Atlantic States % of Interstate Migration that is Inbound Source: United Van Lines

10 © 2002 H.S. Dent Foundation Migration into Inland Southeast States % of Interstate Migration that is Inbound Source: United Van Lines

11 © 2002 H.S. Dent Foundation Migration into Southwestern States % of Interstate Migration that is Inbound Source: United Van Lines

12 © 2002 H.S. Dent Foundation Migration into Western States % of Interstate Migration that is Inbound Source: United Van Lines

13 © 2002 H.S. Dent Foundation Migration out of Upper Midwest States % of Interstate Migration that is Outbound Source: United Van Lines

14 © 2002 H.S. Dent Foundation Migration out of Midwest States % of Interstate Migration that is Outbound Source: United Van Lines

15 © 2002 H.S. Dent Foundation Migration out of Northeastern States % of Interstate Migration that is Outbound Source: United Van Lines

16 © 2003 H.S. Dent Foundation Migration by Size of Metro Area 1995 to 2000 Source: US Census Bureau Total Metro <250k250-1,000k1-2mm2-5mm>5mm Net Domestic Migration -510k142k 218k 218k714k527k-2,111k % Change -2.5%8.0%5.3%21.7%14.8%-27.4% Immigration6,876k318k881k898k1,438k3,342k

17 © 2003 H.S. Dent Foundation Migration by Size of Metro Area 2000 to 2003 Source: US Census Bureau Total Metro <250k250-1,000k mm mm >5mm Net Domestic Migration -0.1%0.3%4.8%2.1%1.2%-5.2% Net International Migration 5.2%4.0%6.3%3.8%5.5%8.8% Total Net Migration 5.1%4.3%11.1%5.9%6.6%3.6%

18 © 2003 H.S. Dent Foundation Cities in the Sweet Spot 1 Million – 2 Million Source: Population Division, U.S. Census Bureau

19 © 2003 H.S. Dent Foundation Cities Approaching the Sweet Spot 750,000 – 1 Million Source: Population Division, U.S. Census Bureau Metropolitan statistical areasJuly 1, 2004 Raleigh-Cary, NC914,680 Tucson, AZ907,059 Honolulu, HI899,593 Tulsa, OK881,815 Fresno, CA866,772 Lake County-Kenosha County, IL-WI851,330 New Haven-Milford, CT845,694 Dayton, OH845,646 Albany-Schenectady-Troy, NY845,269 Omaha-Council Bluffs, NE-IA803,801 Albuquerque, NM781,447 Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA-NJ779,816 Worcester, MA779,488 Grand Rapids-Wyoming, MI767,539

20 © 2003 H.S. Dent Foundation U.S. Metro Areas With Highest Growth April 1, 2000-July 1, 2006 Source: US Census Bureau Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta, Ga. 890,211 Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, Texas 842,449 Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown, Texas 824,547 Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, Ariz. 787,306 Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, Calif. 771,314 Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana, Calif. 584,510 New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island, N.Y.-N.J.-Pa. 495,154 Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, D.C.-Va.-Md.-W.Va. 494,220 Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Miami Beach, Fla. 455,869 Chicago-Naperville-Joliet, Ill.-Ind.-Wis. 407,133

21 © 2003 H.S. Dent Foundation Source: US Census Bureau Fastest-Growing U.S. Metro Areas April 1, July 1, 2006 St. George, Utah 39.80% Greeley, Colo % Cape Coral-Fort Myers, Fla % Bend, Ore % Las Vegas-Paradise, Nev % Provo-Orem, Utah 25.90% Naples-Marco Island, Fla % Raleigh-Cary, N.C % Gainesville, Ga % Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, Ariz %

22 © 2003 H.S. Dent Foundation By the Texas Transportation Institute's reckoning, the cities having the worst traffic problems are: 1. Los Angeles, Long Beach, Santa Ana, Calif. 2. San Francisco, Oakland, Calif. 3. Washington, D.C. 4. Atlanta 5. Houston 6. Dallas, Fort Worth, Arlington, Tex. 7. Chicago 8. Detroit 9. Riverside, San Bernardino, Calif. 10. Orlando, Fla. 11. San Jose, Calif. 12. San Diego

23 © 2003 H.S. Dent Foundation Migration into Southeastern States 1995 to 2004 Source: US Census Bureau Domestic Net Migration Immigration From Abroad Total Florida 1,766,342 1,766, , ,388 2,591,730 2,591,730 Georgia 726, , , , , ,469 North Carolina 650, , , , , ,730 Texas 997, , , ,539 1,928,173 1,928,173 South Carolina 217, ,445 34,954 34, , ,399 Tennessee 296, ,101 56,045 56, , ,146 Virginia 242, , , , , ,680 Arkansas 85,836 85,836 22,908 22, , ,744 Kentucky 85,998 85,998 27,937 27, , ,935 Alabama 47,333 47,333 26,299 26,299 73,632 73,632 Mississippi 19,450 19,450 9,729 9,729 29,179 29,179 Louisiana (145,247) (145,247) 26,061 26,061 (119,186) (119,186)

24 © 2003 H.S. Dent Foundation Migration into Southwestern States 1995 to 2004 Source: US Census Bureau Domestic Net Migration Immigration From Abroad Total Nevada 512, ,330 90,824 90, , ,154 Arizona 794, , , , , ,758 California(286,775)2,330,1742,043,339 Utah 31,521 31,521 59,093 59,093 90,614 90,614 New Mexico 12,784 12,784 42,911 42,911 55,695 55,695

25 © 2003 H.S. Dent Foundation Migration into Northwestern & Rockies States 1995 to 2004 Source: US Census Bureau Domestic Net Migration Immigration From Abroad Total Colorado 347, , , , , ,508 Idaho 103, ,694 22,372 22, , ,066 Oregon 225, ,298 96,219 96, , ,517 Washington 298, , , , , ,638 Montana 24,099 24,099 2,623 2,623 26,722 26,722 Wyoming (8,523) (8,523) 2,223 2,223 (6,300) (6,300)


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