Arizona in-migration slows by 34% in 2007

March 2008
Inside Tucson Business;3/10/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 40, p3
The article reports that according to U.S. Census Bureau figures, there was 34% drop in the migration of people in Arizona in 2007. The figures reported by Arizona State University's Blue Chip Economic Forecast, showed Arizona at the second position in the amount of people moving in to the state. Arizona's in-migration decline was attributed to people having difficulty selling homes in other states before they can move here.


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