According to the data, 42,279 Texans moved to California last year - that's the most out of any state.
However, it's still less than half the number of Californians who settled in Texas during the same time, showing that Texas is still a top destination for those relocating from California, as well as Florida and New York.
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Meanwhile, California had the lowest rate of in-movers nationally. Despite a large number of people moving to the Golden State, California also had a large base of movers overall, accounting for the state’s low in-migration rate, according to the Census Bureau.
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