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'Mass Exodus' Could Impact Midterms

The country is dealing with a great migration...

The Census Bureau says more Americans are moving south, which is a contrast from when millions left southern states a century ago, to move to northern cities.

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Senior data scientist Kiel Williams said yesterday, “As people are moving, we’re seeing the effect that has on the Electoral College, how that’s changing coalitions in America, and what a winning map looks like for a Senate majority, or for a presidential candidate.”

Census data shows that urban populations in San Francisco, New York, Boston and Washington, D.C., have all dropped.

The Census also shows that people are not just moving to Texas and Florida, but are also going to the southwest states, such as Arizona, which is considered a swing state.

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