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    Default Metro, Micro & County 2019 Population Estimates Out

    Numbers broke down and released later this morning.




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    Almost all of New York State losing ppl. Would be interesting to see a migration map associated with this data.

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    Dang, Illinois.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OkiePoke View Post
    Dang, Illinois.
    The whole Midwest

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    I dont see much that I wouldn't have thought was obvious. People moving to Texas, Florida, CA and the Pacific Northwest. People leaving the rural for cities.

    I guess I thought Kansas would be worse?

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    All population data here: https://www.census.gov/data/tables/t...cal-areas.html

    Oklahoma City metro from 2018 to 2019: 1,393,605 to 1,408,950.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OkiePoke View Post
    Dang, Illinois.
    You can only tax the pants off of The People for so long before they run out of pants and are forced to move to a different jurisdiction with an adequate supply of pants!

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    OKC is doing quite well! I am excited to see even greater growth in 2020 and the next decade. Many positives

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    Quote Originally Posted by dcsooner View Post
    OKC is doing quite well! I am excited to see even greater growth in 2020 and the next decade. Many positives
    Yeah, but when city estimates are released in May you'll, probably find most of Oklahoma elsewhere is hurting as usual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunty View Post
    Yeah, but when city estimates are released in May you'll, probably find most of Oklahoma elsewhere is hurting as usual.
    Probably right, My hometown Lawton is losing population along with other smaller cities/town in SW Oklahoma. Few Jobs I suspect is the primary cause

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    Oklahoma college towns will take a big hit from the 2020 census, such as Norman and especially Stillwater. I doubt most college students saw any point in coming back from spring break to towns and colleges shutdown, unless they had to move out. I think all bets are off for Stillwater to make at least 50,000 and become Oklahoma's next metro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunty View Post
    Oklahoma college towns will take a big hit from the 2020 census, such as Norman and especially Stillwater. I doubt most college students saw any point in coming back from spring break to towns and colleges shutdown, unless they had to move out. I think all bets are off for Stillwater to make at least 50,000 and become Oklahoma's next metro.
    Yep. We moved one daughter out of OU last Monday and my wife is in Colorado moving the other one out today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunty View Post
    Oklahoma college towns will take a big hit from the 2020 census, such as Norman and especially Stillwater. I doubt most college students saw any point in coming back from spring break to towns and colleges shutdown, unless they had to move out. I think all bets are off for Stillwater to make at least 50,000 and become Oklahoma's next metro.
    they should be good if people follow the guidence

    from https://2020census.gov/en/who-to-count.html

    Students who are living at home should be counted at their home address.
    College students who live away from home should be counted at the on- or off- campus residence where they live and sleep most of the time, even if they are at home on April 1, 2020. If they live in housing designed for college students (such as dorms, or apartments with “by-the-bed” leases), they will be counted as part of the Group Quarters Operation. If they live off campus in housing that is not designed for college students (such as a private house or apartment), they should count themselves at that address.

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    I wonder if the current pandemic will hurt or help the census fill out? More people at home to fill it out with extra time but also no workers canvasing to ask people to fill it out. I am interested to see the numbers next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FighttheGoodFight View Post
    I wonder if the current pandemic will hurt or help the census fill out? More people at home to fill it out with extra time but also no workers canvasing to ask people to fill it out. I am interested to see the numbers next year.
    Did we have the digital option in 2010? I remember having to do it on a hard copy. Filling it out on the website is so fast and easy this time. Wonder if that will be a factor as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunty View Post
    Yeah, but when city estimates are released in May you'll, probably find most of Oklahoma elsewhere is hurting as usual.
    And you do not have to drive very far to find them. I feel like the results will be skewed this time. We are living through a world wide historical event. Bound to muck things up a bit.

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