A new study was conducted to determine the most popular places people from each state are moving to, including Oklahoma. The study by Stacker used Census Bureau and other data along with user surveys and questionnaires to determine the 3 most popular destinations that people from each state are moving to.


According to the study and the most recent data from the Census Bureau the 3 most popular states overall that people are moving to are Florida, Texas, and California. There were all kinds of reasons and explanations for people's desire or need to leave their current home state and move somewhere else within the survey.

For many the cost of living, employment opportunities, quality of life, and crime rates were the primary reasons for wanting to make a move. Along with this retirement and wanting to find someplace with better weather conditions and climate were also listed as primary reasons for wanting to move to another state.

Oklahoma is home and I can't imagine living someplace else. Sure we have our fair share of problems, especially when it comes to the weather but despite Mother Nature's moodiness, the Sooner State is a great place to live. At least in my opinion anyway. For me, I think it's more about the people than anything else. Check out the gallery below and scroll through to see what each state's most popular place to move to is. 

LOOK: Here's where people in every state are moving to most

Stacker analyzed the Census Bureau's 2019 American Community Survey data to determine the three most popular destinations for people moving out of each state.

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