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January 7, 2021

CT slips 9 spots in U-Haul migration ranking

Contributed photo CBRE says Connecticut saw an influx of New York City residents in 2020.

Nationwide moving truck rental provider U-Haul says far more of its vehicles in 2020 left Connecticut than entered.

The Phoenix-based company’s annual migration trends ranking is based on how many trucks leave and enter each state during the year. Those with the highest net gains rank at the top.

This year, Tennesee took first place. Meanwhile, Connecticut fell to 43rd, down nine places from the year before, meaning it had a larger net deficit than in 2019.

U-Haul only provided the relative ranking. The report did not give specific data about the size of the deficit or surplus in each state, but said the report overall was based on more than 2 million customer transactions during the recent year.

The report comes on the heels of another this week, from United Van Lines, which found that more than 63% of its Connecticut transactions in 2020 were moves out of the state.

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