IN, IL remain outbound states; KY about even
A new study by an Evansville-based moving company shows Indiana remains an “outbound state.”
The latest migration study from Atlas Van Lines says more people continue to move out of Indiana than move in.
The study says Indiana ranked ninth among "outbound" states, with nearly 58 percent of Indiana moves being out-of-state.
Indiana has maintained its "outbound" status since 2007.
The study also lists Illinois as an outbound state while Kentucky is considered “balanced,” with less than 55-percent of people moving one way or another.
Wyoming was the top-ranked "outbound" state with 63 percent out-of-state moves, followed by Nebraska and Illinois.
Oregon, North Carolina, and Tennessee saw the highest amount of inbound moves.