More Americans flocking to Sun Belt metro areas

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In terms of raw totals, the Houston metro area registered the top total net migration gains in 2015./ :FlickrCC:Ron Kikuchi

Phoenix gaining 40,000 new residents per year

By Mike Maciag | Governing

More Americans are opting to move south, favoring beaches and warmer climates over snowy winters.

Census data published Thursday suggest most of the nation’s fastest growing metro areas are retirement destinations found in the Sun Belt.


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