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Where People From Texas Are Moving to the Most

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10. Tennessee
> People from Texas who moved to Tennessee in 2019: 15,068 (3.3% of all outbound Texans)
> 1-year net population change: +59,164 (+0.9% — 11th largest)
> Total population: 6,829,174 (15th largest)

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9. New Mexico
> People from Texas who moved to New Mexico in 2019: 15,762 (3.5% of all outbound Texans)
> 1-year net population change: +1,401 (+0.1% — 20th smallest)
> Total population: 2,096,829 (16th smallest)

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8. Arizona
> People from Texas who moved to Arizona in 2019: 17,482 (3.9% of all outbound Texans)
> 1-year net population change: +107,071 (1.5% — 3rd largest)
> Total population: 7,278,717 (13th largest)

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7. Washington
> People from Texas who moved to Washington in 2019: 18,528 (4.1% of all outbound Texans)
> 1-year net population change: +79,302 (1.1% — 8th largest)
> Total population: 7,614,893 (12th largest)

6. Louisiana
> People from Texas who moved to Louisiana in 2019: 19,675 (4.3% of all outbound Texans)
> 1-year net population change: -11,184 (-0.2% — 9th smallest)
> Total population: 4,648,794 (24th largest)

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