Kansas had the highest rate of in-migration in the country for states with at least 5,000 families moving, according to a survey released today by U-Haul International.
In 2011, Kansas had a growth rate of 6.72 percentage points, the difference between the number of U-Haul trucks moving a family in and moving a family out, according to the annual U-Haul National Migration Trend Report.
Among larger states, Florida had the highest percentage of growth, with 4.11 percent more families moving into the state than out.
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