Americans move way more than basically everyone else on the planet.
Gallup just published the below map which shows the per cent of a country’s population that swapped cities, internally, within the past five years. In the U.S., 24% did:
Gallup says the more advanced the country, the higher likelihood they’ve moved as they search for better educational opportunities. Other countries with a lot of internal migration include New Zealand (26%), Finland (23%), and Norway (22%) — though this does not apply universally.
Younger people are also more likely to move, the survey showed.
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