The latest census data hit the streets last week, and as our friends at the Union-Tribune noted, the Census Bureau claims that during the year ending July 2006 far more people moved out of San Diego than moved in.
The census folks indicate that domestic migration, which measures movement between the states, weighed in at a loss of 42,034 former San Diegans. More foreigners moved into San Diego than left, however, raising the overall migration figure to a loss of 22,724 people. Enough babies were born on top of that to raise the overall population by a positive 4,845 San Diegans.
read more at voiceofsandiego.org
March 29, 2007 @ 10:38 PM
Subprime data . . . what
Subprime data . . . what does it mean?
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In search of a crystal ball . . . .