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East Texas migration patternsEast Texas migration patternshttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=92372012-10-23T07:06:00Z2012-10-23T00:00:00Z

EAST TEXAS - The U.S. Census Bureau released mobility and migration patterns for all states (including Texas) in its 2011 American Community Survey. The most recent numbers by On Numbers were released Oct. 15, 2012.

Below are the results of East Texas areas. For more results for all parts of Texas, see NewsTalk Texas migration.

2011 Mobility and Migration across East Texas
Metro or Micro Population Same house
as a year
ago
Moved from
elsewhere in
Texas
Moved from
different
state
Moved
from
abroad
Nacogdoches 64,517 76.83% 20.04% 2.94% 0.20%
Tyler 211,219 78.55% 18.36% 2.95% 0.14%
Longview 213,971 82.58% 15.22% 1.88% 0.32%
Lufkin 86,841 83.89% 14.84% 1.06% 0.22%
Athens 77,945 84.53% 12.43% 2.74% 0.31%
Texarkana 134,210 85.56% 10.94% 3.10% 0.40%
Marshall 65,176 87.00% 10.80% 2.05% 0.16%


Source: The Business Journal

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