People moved to Colorado most from these 5 states in 2018

Article subtitle: 
About 203,000 residents left the state.
Article publisher: 
9 News
Article date: 
November 7, 2019
Article category: 
Colorado News
Medium
Article Body: 
Colorado gained about 239,153 residents in 2018, but about 203,000 people left the state during that same time frame, according to the most recent data available from the U.S. Census Bureau on state-to-state migration within the United States.
 
That resulted in a net gain of about 36,000 people from the previous year.
 
... The biggest gain from within the U.S. came from California...
 
Another interesting note, about 3,400 people left the beaches of Hawaii to come to the mountains of Colorado.
 
More than 38,000 moved to the U.S. from abroad, according to the data....
 
Related
 
State-to-State Migration Flows, U.S. Census Bureau