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In this research report, we probe location data from an 8 county area in Southeast Florida gathered over the whole of 2020. The counties we examine are: Palm Beach, Miami-Dade, Broward, St. Lucie, Martin, Indian River, Monroe and Okeechobee
Harris County and the city of Houston lost 10,000 residents and $750 million in 2020 with about 30% of those 10,000 moving to surrounding counties. Many of those counties are now flush with new consumers. Check out the white paper to read the whole story.
Population flow in 2020 was negative, as was total net income to the tune of -$12 billion. About 46,000 people left the area in 2020. Some jumped to more southern areas of the state, or the western US. Others shifted among the 10 regional counties.
Some 70,000 people have left the NYC area since COVID began.
The first in a series of periodic reports, we begin by examining the relationship between human mobility data and economic recovery in cities across America, starting with Chicago, Seattle, and Miami.
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