Allied on Monday released its 43rd annual Magnet States Report, which placed Texas in the No. 1 spot for the sixth consecutive year.
Allied calculated the ranking by counting moves to a state and subtracting moves away from it. Texas’ net relocation gain was 1,640, while Colorado’s was 404.
Allied performed 2,190 moves to Colorado, and 1,786 from the state.
Florida, South Carolina and Arizona were the other three states with the highest net relocation gains.
The states with the highest move-outs were Michigan, Illinois, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York.