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On the move: Migration figures show old patterns picking up again
On the move: Migration figures show old patterns picking up again

Los Angeles is drawing new residents from big cities in the Northeast and Midwest and losing people to less expensive cities in parts of the Sun Belt. But, as always, most of the people who move are moving around Southern California. That’s according to new estimates out Tuesday from the Census Bureau, which tracks average annual migration between counties around the country. They found, on average, about 70,000 people a year between 2008 and 2012 moved between Los Angeles and Orange counties, about 61,000 moved between Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties and just under 40,000 moved between Los Angeles and Riverside counties. In all three cases, more people migrated out of...

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