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The Ins and Outs of Population Growth

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Everyone is moving to Tassie.

Well, that’s the talk on the street.

But is it true?

Interstate migration – like most things – consists of ins and outs.

People always depart and others arrive.

When the arrivals exceed the departures, then the net result is positive.

Reverse the trend for a negative outcome.

The table below outlines interstate arrivals, departures and the net result for last year.

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Whilst 11,386 people arrived from interstate to Tasmania, some 11,344 people left. 

So of the 366,000-odd interstate population movements last year, just 42 interstate migrants called Tassie home.

At least it was a better result – depending, of course, on who you ask – than last year, where some 528 folks left Tasmania for the mainland.

Sometimes the talk on the street, is well, just talk.



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