Population change has two sources: natural increase (births and deaths) and migration, domestic and international. Because the rate of natural increase is about the same throughout the nation, and international migration is small, domestic migration plays a large role in determining population growth across areas. How does the Fourth District’s domestic migration compare with the rest of the nation?
Suggested citation: “Domestic Migration,” Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Economic Trends, no. 06-05, pp. 14-15, 05.15.2006.