April 14, 2024

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Los Angeles County lost the most people last year.  How did the others?

Los Angeles County lost the most people last year. How did the others?

Several large metropolitan counties across the United States gained population or halted population decline in the year ending last July after losing population in the previous 12-month period amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to population estimates released by the US Census Bureau Thursday.

Population change is driven by immigration, both within the United States as people move within the country, and from international trends as people arrive from abroad. It also depends on whether births outnumber deaths, or vice versa.

Here’s a look at the causes of population change in the 10 largest US counties from July 1, 2021, to July 1, 2022.

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Los Angeles County, California

The country’s most populous province lost more than 90,000 residents last year and now has a population of 9.7 million. Los Angeles County gained nearly 34,000 residents from abroad and 18,000 more from births than deaths. But it was not enough to replace the approximately 143,000 residents who left for another county. The loss from Angelenos moving elsewhere was 20% less than it was a year ago.