Where Are People Moving? U.S. Migration Trends

  • Where Are People Moving? U.S. Migration Trends

    Where Are People Moving? U.S. Migration Trends

    Overview The data table presents a comprehensive overview of domestic net migration across the United States, ranking each state according to the net number of people moving in and out. California experienced the most significant outmigration, ranking at the bottom with a net loss of 343,230 residents, indicating a substantial population shift. Conversely, Florida emerged…

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  • Highest Taxed Countries

    Highest Taxed Countries

    Overview The United Arab Emirates has the lowest tax burden at 1.00%. As of June 2023, there is a 9% corporate and 0% personal income tax rate. While the highest taxed country is Denmark, with a 46% tax burden, a 22.00% corporate tax rate, and a 56.00% income tax rate. It’s interesting to note the…

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  • Police Funding vs. Crime

    Police Funding vs. Crime

    Overview The data table presents a ranking of the 50 states and the District of Columbia based on their per capita spend on policing and corrections, along with the total number of crimes in each state. District of Columbia ranks first with the highest per capita spend of $1,337, while Kentucky ranks last with a…

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  • United States Home Sales Price by Region

    United States Home Sales Price by Region

    Overview In the first quarter of 2023, the U.S. housing market has experienced some fluctuations in median sales prices across different regions. A comparison with the previous quarter (Q4 2022) and the same quarter last year (Q1 2022) reveals some key trends in the market. The Midwest region saw a median sales price of $372,300…

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  • $100,000 Worth in Top U.S. Cities

    $100,000 Worth in Top U.S. Cities

    Overview This dataset provides a comprehensive overview of U.S. cities ranked by take-home pay. Memphis, TN, leads the list with the highest take-home pay of $86,444, followed by El Paso, TX, at $84,966, and Oklahoma City, OK, at $84,498. Conversely, New York, NY, holds the lowest position with a take-home pay of $35,791. The data…

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  • Economic Condition By State

    Economic Condition By State

    The data table displays the relationship between economic condition rankings and political affiliation across U.S. states, highlighting that Republican-leaning states dominate the top 10, with Utah ranking #1. In contrast, Democrat-leaning states are more prevalent in the bottom 10, with New York ranking #50. These rankings suggest a correlation between political affiliation and the economic…

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  • Education Spending By State

    Education Spending By State

    Overview The data table presents the significant disparities in K-12 and postsecondary education expenditures across the United States, revealing that K-12 spending is the least in Utah at $7,951 and the most in New York at $24,881 per capita. On the other hand, postsecondary spending extends from a minimum of $17,946 in California to a…

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  • Average Rent by State

    Average Rent by State

    Overview The data table showcases the stark differences in average rent prices and apartment sizes across the United States, highlighting that states with higher rent prices, such as Massachusetts, California, and Hawaii, tend to have smaller apartment sizes, while states with lower rent prices, like Oklahoma, North Dakota, and Arkansas, offer larger living spaces. These…

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  • Homeless Population by State

    Homeless Population by State

    The data table illustrates the varying levels of homelessness across states, highlighting the total number of homeless individuals, their rates per 100,000 people, homeless households, veterans, and young adults in each state. This enables a comprehensive understanding of homelessness demographics and regional differences. Homelessness: Understanding The Data The issue of homelessness remains a pressing concern…

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  • Largest Economies in the World

    Largest Economies in the World

    Summary This list of GDP by country reveals the United States as the frontrunner with a staggering $23,315,080,560,000, while China comes in second at $17,734,062,645,371 and Japan holds the third position with $4,940,877,780,755. On the other end of the spectrum, small nations like Palau and Nauru have significantly lower GDPs at $217,800,000 and $133,218,897, respectively.…

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