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According to a new study, more people have moved out of Connecticut in 2019 than past years.
The study from United Van Lines says that the total outbound was 63%. The organization looked at people who moved into and out of every state in 2019.
It ranked Connecticut fourth with the highest moving out rate, and those moving out were mostly 55 years old and older.
The organization found that New Jersey, Illinois, and New York also had high moving out rates, while more people moved to Idaho, Oregon, and Arizona.
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