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817,669 Californians left in 2022. Which state did they move to?

California lost 817,669 residents to other states in 2022.

No state had a larger outflow of its population to other parts of the nation, according to Census Bureau data. New York was No. 2 with 545,598 exits, followed by Texas (494,077), Florida (489,905) and Illinois (344,027).

So where did ex-Californians move to in 2022? And how did that flow change over the year?

Location. Location. Location.

Texas was the No. 1 spot for ex-Californians with 102,442 relocations. Then came Arizona (74,157), Florida (50,701), Washington (49,968) and Nevada (48,836).

The least popular states included Delaware, which snared only 660 Californians, followed by Vermont (855), West Virginia (879), Rhode Island (919) and South Dakota (957).

Consider these moves as a share of a state’s population. Or, thinking about the flow another way: What are the odds someone would meet a new California transplant in another state?

Nevada has the highest concentration of former Californians in the Exiting Class of 2022, at 155 per 10,000 residents. Then comes Idaho (140), Arizona (102), Oregon (87) and Hawaii (74).

https://www.mercurynews.com/2023/11/11/817669-californians-left-in-2022-what-state-did-they-move-to/ 817,669 Californians left in 2022. Which state did they move to?

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