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Census Reveals Significant Exodus From Metro Areas During 1st Year of Pandemic

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Census Reveals Significant Exodus From Metro Areas During 1st Year of Pandemic

Census Reveals Significant Exodus From Metro Areas During 1st Year of Pandemic

Census Reveals , Significant Exodus From Metro Areas , During 1st Year of Pandemic.

Census data reveals that hundreds of thousands of residents of the largest U.S. metro areas... ... have opted to create new lives in smaller cities throughout the country.

The migration occurred from 2020 to 2021.

According to AP, New York experienced the most significant amount of departures, .

With close to 328,000 people leaving the city.

Nearly 176,000 people left Los Angeles.

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More than 116,000 people moved out of San Francisco.

Over 90,000 residents left Chicago.

Tens of thousands of people vacated Miami, Boston and Washington, D.C., as well.

Cities such as Phoenix and Dallas saw the greatest influx of residents, with 97,000 and 78,000, respectively.

Cities such as Phoenix and Dallas saw the greatest influx of residents, with 97,000 and 78,000, respectively.

Micro areas — defined as having a population of less than 50,000 people — also experienced an influx.

Demographers cite low immigration due to the pandemic as a cause, and speculate that the shifts may be temporary.

There is clearly a dispersion, but I think it’s a blip, Demographer William Frey, via AP .

We’re at one of the lowest levels of immigration in a long, long time, and that affects big metros like New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.

That is going to come back.

With the natural decrease, we will go back to normal, Demographer William Frey, via AP


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