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Buffalo migration patterns

blog by S.J. Velasquez  • 

Forbes recently posted an interactive map that shows inbound and outbound migration patterns for each county in America.

Jon Bruner, the map’s creator, used IRS data to match starting points and destinations, with outbound lines in red and inbound in blue. For Erie County, the difference from year to year is striking. Let’s just say there’s a heck of a lot more blue on that map now than there was a few years ago.

This map represents movement in 2005:
2005 Erie County migration

And this one shows movement in 2009:
2009 Erie County migration

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