Exodus out of Michigan is occuring, according to survey
January 08, 2006
Michigan had the second highest percentage of people moving out of its borders last years, according to a survey by United Van Lines.
Looking at all the interstate moves done by the company in Michigan, 63.9 percent were moving out. Number one on the list was North Dakota with 67.8 percent going out of the state.
A friend shared this statistic which he quoted from a story in the Lansing-based MIRS Capitol Capsule.
Wherever you go in mid-Michigan, whether it's the local coffee shop, church or grocery shopping at Meijers, there's a cloud hanging over hope that there's a future in the Great Lakes State.
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