California loses more people to other states than it gains

Census Bureau says that 562,343 Californians moved to other states during 2011, while 468,428 residents of other states moved to California. Most popular destinations were Texas (58,992), Arizona (49,635), Nevada (40,114), and Washington (38,421). Folks coming to California were from Texas (37,387), Washington (36,481), Nevada (36,159), and Arizona (35,650). California still saw a population increase last year because more than 250,000 people relocated from other countries. (Capitol Alert)

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