Indiana ranked twelfth nationwide in migration development final yr, in keeping with U-Haul’s evaluation of its shifting truck leases.
That is down a number of locations from ninth final yr however nonetheless a marked enchancment from the Hoosier state’s twenty sixth rating in 2019, in keeping with U-Haul’s annual information analyzing migration patterns.
Yearly, U-Haul analyzes its 2 million one-way interstate truck leases to have a look at what number of vans enter a state versus what number of go away.
About 5% extra individuals got here to Indiana in one-way U-Haul vans in 2020, whereas one-way departures have been up 4% as in comparison with 2019. New arrivals accounted for 50.5% of one-way U-Haul visitors in Indiana final yr, sufficient of a internet acquire to rank the Hoosier state twelfth nationwide in internet in-migration.
Neighboring Illinois ranked forty ninth, forward of solely California.
U-Haul discovered that Indiana’s main cities for development have been Fort Wayne, South Bend, Noblesville and Greenwood, whereas Jeffersonville, Carmel, Mishawaka, Indianapolis, Kokomo, Muncie, Elkhart and Evansville additionally posted notable features.
Tennessee ranked No. 1 nationally in migration development in 2020, adopted by Texas, which ranked first from 2016 to 2018. Florida, which led the nation in development in 2019, ranked third final yr. Ohio and Arizona rounded out the highest 5, whereas Colorado, Missouri, Nevada, North Carolina and Georgia stuffed out the highest 10 in a mirrored image of ongoing migration to the Southeast and Southwest.