Started Dec 11, 2020 06:00PM UTC   •   Closed Jan 01, 2022 08:01AM UTC

Econja2018 asks:

Will net international migration between the U.S. and abroad for 2021 be higher than the net international migration for 2020?

Net international migration between the U.S. and abroad projected for 2019 was at its lowest level of the decade at 595,000 (Census Bureau). The outcome will be determined using data on the projected net international migration for 2021 as first reported by the U.S. Census Bureau (Census Bureau). Download the Excel file "Population, Population Change, and Estimated Components of Population Change." See the row designated "10" under "SUMLEV" and "United States" under "NAME." The relevant data are titled "INTERNATIONALMIG[year]." For methodological information, see the "Nation, States, Counties, and Puerto Rico Population" Methodology file here: https://www.census.gov/programs-surveys/popest/technical-documentation/methodology.html.

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