Central Valley counties see surprising ebb and flow of residents

WASHINGTON, D.C.
August 11, 2017 10:57am
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•  New Census Bureau report shows how widespread movement is

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The U.S. population is on the move, and not just down the block, according to a new report from the Census Bureau.

It has updated its “Census Flows Mapper” to include data from the 2011-2015 American Community Survey. Census Flows Mapper is a web mapping application that allows users to view and save county-to-county migration flows in the United States. Users can sort and customize maps by dataset, type of migration flow, colors and range of movers.

See link below to access the mapper.

Each dataset features different characteristics using five-year American Community Survey data. The updated tables cover migration flows between counties by selected characteristics including sex, age, race and Hispanic origin. Additional characteristics such as household income, educational attainment and employment statistics are available in previous datasets.

Here’s a look at some of the ebbing and flowing among Central Valley counties:

• San Joaquin County

Population (1 yr and over): 698,554

Movers from a different state: 6,712

Movers to a different state: 7,527

Movers from a different county, same state: 26,526

Movers to a different county, same state: 20,196

Movers from abroad: 3,121

• Sacramento County

Population (1 yr and over): 1,447,003

Movers from a different state: 17,620

Movers to a different state: 20,833

Movers from a different county, same state: 50,380

Movers to a different county, same state: 45,705

Movers from abroad: 8,293

• Stanislaus County

Population (1 yr and over): 519,889

Movers from a different state: 4,045

Movers to a different state: 4,407

Movers from a different county, same state: 16,316

Movers to a different county, same state: 15,036

Movers from abroad: 1,746

• Yolo County

Population (1 yr and over): 205,137

Movers from a different state: 2,955

Movers to a different state: 3,004

Movers from a different county, same state: 17,108

Movers to a different county, same state: 11,503

Movers from abroad: 3,370

• Butte County

Population (1 yr and over): 220,267

Movers from a different state: 2,566

Movers to a different state: 3,299

Movers from a different county, same state: 10,102

Movers to a different county, same state: 9,059

Movers from abroad: 786

• Sutter County

Population (1 yr and over): 93,989

Movers from a different state: 642

Movers to a different state: 1,192

Movers from a different county, same state: 4,354

Movers to a different county, same state: 6,284

Movers from abroad: 660

• Colusa County

Population (1 yr and over): 21,139

Movers from a different state: 187

Movers to a different state: 108

Movers from a different county, same state: 432

Movers to a different county, same state: 1,194

Movers from abroad: 109

• Merced County

Population (1 yr and over): 259,873

Movers from a different state: 1,689

Movers to a different state: 2,716

Movers from a different county, same state: 11,310

Movers to a different county, same state: 9,077

Movers from abroad: 1,196

• Madera County

Population (1 yr and over): 150,756

Movers from a different state: 958

Movers to a different state: 1,545

Movers from a different county, same state: 6,941

Movers to a different county, same state: 7,127

Movers from abroad: 455

• Fresno County

Population (1 yr and over): 943,481

Movers from a different state: 6,085

Movers to a different state: 9,181

Movers from a different county, same state: 25,472

Movers to a different county, same state: 22,330

Movers from abroad: 4,165

• Tulare County

Population (1 yr and over): 447,267

Movers from a different state: 4,923

Movers to a different state: 4,478

Movers from a different county, same state: 9,864

Movers to a different county, same state: 10,563

Movers from abroad: 1,449

• Kings County

Population (1 yr and over): 149,063

Movers from a different state: 3,121

Movers to a different state: 3,268

Movers from a different county, same state: 10,655

Movers to a different county, same state: 8,120

Movers from abroad: 1,040

• Kern County

Population (1 yr and over): 853,918

Movers from a different state: 8,640

Movers to a different state: 12,674

Movers from a different county, same state: 30,411

Movers to a different county, same state: 23,546

Movers from abroad: 3,602

In addition to the updated Census Flows Mapper, county-to-county, county/minor civil division-to-county/ minor civil division, and metro-to-metro migration flows files are available.

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