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Texas migration patterns by populationTexas migration patterns by populationhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=92582012-10-23T08:23:00Z2012-10-22T00:00:00Z

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

Below are the results of the top ten most populous MSAs.

2011 Mobility and Migration across Texas MSAs
Metro Population Same house
as a year
ago
Moved from
elsewhere in
Texas
Moved from
different
state
Moved
from
abroad
Dallas-Fort Worth-
Arlington
6,439,558 83.30% 14.22% 1.88% 0.60%
Houston-Sugar Land-
Baytown
6,003,692 83.43% 14.15% 1.69% 0.74%
San Antonio-
New Braunfels
2,166,015 82.09% 14.96% 2.28% 0.67%
Austin-Round Rock-
San Marcos
1,761,778 78.59% 17.87% 2.85% 0.69%
El Paso 810,595 82.55% 12.14% 3.64% 1.67%
McAllen-Edinburg-
Mission
781,348 86.86% 10.84% 0.88% 1.43%
Corpus Christi 425,254 80.59% 17.10% 1.93% 0.39%
Brownsville-Harlingen 406,943 88.49% 9.60% 0.79% 1.13%
Killeen-Temple-
Fort Hood
405,447 75.20% 13.92% 9.28% 1.61%
Beaumont-Port Arthur 386,824 86.38% 11.57% 1.59% 0.46%


Source: The Business Journal

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