Net Migration, 1950-1960 to 2000-2009

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Net Migration, 1950-1960 to 2000-2009
A r e a Net Migration
1950 to 1960 1960 to 1970 1970 to 1980 1980 to 1990 1990 to 1999 2000 to 2009
Number Rate Per 1,000 Number Rate Per 1,000 Number Rate Per 1,000 Number Rate Per 1,000 Number Rate Per 1,000 Number Rate Per 1,000
North Dakota-105,087-169.6-95,341-150.8-17,501-28.3-71,952-110.2-29,817-46.7-15,217-23.7
Region I-1,083-37.0-8,319-238.372524.2-6,788-206.6-3,191-104.92418.7
Region II-8,605-96.4-13,113-134.4-14,437-143.9-15,698-162.2-7,640-84.2-7,957-90.3
Region III-16,405-274.7-11,231-207.4-5,552-111.8-7,177-148.3-3,520-77.7-4,722-109.4
Region IV-7,324-91.1-6,447-74.4-7,034-74.9-8,987-92.6-13,658-139.1-6,383-70.3
Region V-15,684-140.4-9,965-85.95,84949.5-388-2.96,48745.56,85342.3
Region VI-20,292-214.0-19,312-213.6-6,311-79.9-11,208-148.7-3,984-60.1-5,006-81.5
Region VII-24,632-229.1-16,927-158.910,01696.1-12,884-103.3-727-5.93,23724.8
Region VIII-11,062-235.6-10,027-216.9-757-17.8-8,822-195.6-3,584-87.0-1,480-38.6
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Population Estimates Branch
Notes: The numbers in this table represent net movement (inmovers minus outmovers). Therefore, between 1990 and 1999, 29,817 more people left North Dakota than moved in. N/A indicates that no data are available.