Dan Veroff, director of the UW-Madison’s Applied Population Laboratory (APL), was part of a multi-state team that developed new estimates of net migration — the difference between residents moving in and out — for every U.S. county from 2000 to 2010.
The estimates are broken down by age, sex, race and Hispanic origin. Combined with similar estimates from previous decades, the new numbers offer a chance to make decade-by-decade comparisons of migration by age group from 1950 to present. Those 60 years worth of estimates are now available online at APL’s Net Migration website, where users can graph, map and compare migration trends for counties across the nation.
For Veroff’s contact info, visit the APL staff list.