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@wherewelive Whenever state lines or metro boundaries are close together, outmigration rates will appear higher. It's a statistical artifact
.@ctdata "The vast majority of older people are staying. Biggest problem is how to keep young people & immigrants" @BethBye5 on @wherewelive
@wherewelive Even if net migration of those age >65 is slightly negative, overall population >65 is still rising very rapidly due to aging.
@wherewelive CT population growth is due to high migration from NY & abroad. Out-migration rate is comparable to those of any nearby state.
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