Posts Tagged ‘Frederick County’

The Great Recession has had a profound effect on where population growth is taking place in Maryland.  The accompanying chart groups the annual share of Maryland population growth into three broad geographic categories: inner suburban counties, outer suburban counties and the more rural counties of Western Maryland and the Eastern Shore. (more…)


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One of the most profound impacts on interstate migration for the boom/bust period that began about a decade ago was the migration flow between Maryland and Pennsylvania.  Maryland had net population losses to Pennsylvania for 22 straight years through migration from 1989 to 2010, the latest data available.  That is, more residents of Maryland moved to Pennsylvania than vice versa.  And beginning around 2003, the outflow of Maryland residents to Pennsylvania began to pick up very substantially. (more…)

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