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02-09-2013, 11:08 AM
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Originally Posted by barneyg View Post

By the way, I just want to point out that the study doesn't provide any evidence that "the Northeast [is] losing population" as the OP's thread title suggests. The data from United Van Lines is about domestic net migration. The NYC area has long been an immigration hot spot -- NY and NJ have long had high immigration numbers (still top 5 in the US according to this) that offset their negative net migration numbers. Michigan and maybe Rhode Island are the only states that are actually losing population according to census numbes.
Yea but that growth is only in certain cities/town that only the rich from around the globe can afford to move into.

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