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Where People From Texas Are Moving to the Most

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5. Georgia
> People from Texas who moved to Georgia in 2019: 22,452 (5.0% of all outbound Texans)
> 1-year net population change: +97,948 (+0.9% — 10th largest)
> Total population: 10,617,423 (7th largest)

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4. Florida
> People from Texas who moved to Florida in 2019: 26,174 (5.8% of all outbound Texans)
> 1-year net population change: +178,412 (+0.8% — 12th largest)
> Total population: 21,477,737 (2nd largest)

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3. Oklahoma
> People from Texas who moved to Oklahoma in 2019: 26,383 (5.8% of all outbound Texans)
> 1-year net population change: +13,892 (+0.4% — 19th largest)
> Total population: 3,956,971 (24th smallest)

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2. Colorado
> People from Texas who moved to Colorado in 2019: 32,295 (7.1% of all outbound Texans)
> 1-year net population change: +63,172 (1.1% — 7th largest)
> Total population: 5,758,736 (20th largest)

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1. California
> People from Texas who moved to California in 2019: 37,063 (8.2% of all outbound Texans)
> 1-year net population change: -44,822 (-0.1% — 12th smallest)
> Total population: 39,512,223 (the largest)

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