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Fleeing Florida?

All but three states (Michigan, Maine and Rhode Island) grew in population between the summers of 2008 and 2009, but some states that traditionally have an influx of people from other states instead saw more of their own residents moving out.

Source: William H. Frey analysis, U.S. Census Bureau | The Washington Post

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Fewer moving to South and West
Article | After decades of rapid growth in which housing developments sprouted in swamps, farmland and deserts, the number of Americans moving to several states in the South and the West has slowed sharply because of the recession and housing bust, according to Census Bureau figures released Wednesday.

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