For the fifth year in a row, Connecticut is one of the top states where residents are calling it quits.

WFSB has reported that United Van Lines recently released its 43rd National Movers Study and Connecticut ranked 4th in terms of the states in which people were packing up and moving out.

For the second year in a row, New Jersey was the top state where people are moving out. The top outbound states for 2019 were:

  1. New Jersey
  2. Illinois
  3. New York
  4. Connecticut
  5. Kansas

If you're looking for a couple more reasons to move out of Connecticut, check out this video:

According to the United Van Line's study, the following five states have the  highest number of inbound moves:

  1. Idaho
  2. Oregon
  3. Arizona
  4. South Carolina
  5. Washington

Florida (Florida you say!) checked in at #7. The Baby Boomer generation had the highest percentage of moves in 2019 mostly due to retirement. "Way to go, Boomer!"

According to Business Insider, Millennials seem to be avoiding the Northeast and favoring up-and-coming cities like Raleigh, North Carolina and Louisville, Kentucky.

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