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  1. Movers to Different Region: Young vs. Old1995-2004 8x Source: US Census Bureau

  2. Movers to a Different Region by Age1995-2004 Source: US Census Bureau

  3. The Migration Wave 25- to 27-Year Lag for Peak Movers

  4. Average Immigrants per Year by Age1945-2000 Source: US Census Bureau

  5. Immigration to the United States1820-2006 Source: U.S. Department of Homeland Security

  6. Migration Flows

  7. Top 10 Outbound States2003-2007 Source: United Van Lines

  8. Top 10 Inbound States2003-2007 Source: United Van Lines

  9. Migration into South Atlantic States% of Interstate Migration that is Inbound Source: United Van Lines

  10. Migration into Inland Southeast States% of Interstate Migration that is Inbound Source: United Van Lines

  11. Migration into Southwestern States% of Interstate Migration that is Inbound Source: United Van Lines

  12. Migration into Western States% of Interstate Migration that is Inbound Source: United Van Lines

  13. Migration out of Upper Midwest States% of Interstate Migration that is Outbound Source: United Van Lines

  14. Migration out of Midwest States% of Interstate Migration that is Outbound Source: United Van Lines

  15. Migration out of Northeastern States% of Interstate Migration that is Outbound Source: United Van Lines

  16. Migration by Size of Metro Area1995 to 2000 Source: US Census Bureau

  17. Migration by Size of Metro Area2000 to 2003 Source: US Census Bureau

  18. Cities in the Sweet Spot1 Million – 2 Million Source: Population Division, U.S. Census Bureau

  19. Cities Approaching the Sweet Spot750,000 – 1 Million Source: Population Division, U.S. Census Bureau

  20. U.S. Metro Areas With Highest GrowthApril 1, 2000-July 1, 2006 Source: US Census Bureau

  21. Fastest-Growing U.S. Metro AreasApril 1, 2000- July 1, 2006 Source: US Census Bureau

  22. By the Texas Transportation Institute's reckoning, the cities having the worst traffic problems are:

  23. Migration into Southeastern States1995 to 2004 Source: US Census Bureau

  24. Migration into Southwestern States1995 to 2004 Source: US Census Bureau

  25. Migration into Northwestern & Rockies States1995 to 2004 Source: US Census Bureau