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Migration in Minnesota.

Hart, John Fraser and Mark B. Lindberg.

Population change in Minnesota between 2000 and 2010 resulted from a reshuffling of people who lived here in 2000 or children who were born over those 10 years, because the state had a modest net gain by in-migration of only approximately 56,000 people (a mere 1% of its population) during the decade. Hennepin and Ramsey Counties actually lost nearly 100,000 net out-migrants to other counties, mainly those in the perimetropolitan-suburban ring and in the lakeshore resort and retirement areas of north-central Minnesota. The prairie counties west and south of Interstate 94 continued to lose out-migrants, as they have for half a century.

CURA Reporter
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Minneapolis: Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota.
42 (3): 17-22
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