In total, 220,890 new residents moved to Florida between July 1, 2020, and July 1, 2021 from elsewhere in the U.S.
That equates to over 600 new Florida residents moving from other states during the past year alone, on average.
Texas ranked second for domestic migration with 170,307 new residents, while Arizona was third with 93,026.
For international migration, Florida was also the number one state with 38,590 new residents. Texas again ranked second, with New York third.
Texas did however rank highest for overall population growth during the year, due to higher natural growth (more births than deaths). Florida was the second fastest growing state when including natural population growth.
Three states saw giant losses due to domestic migration.
The biggest losers due to domestic migration were California (-367,299), New York (-352,185) and Illinois (-122,460).
Florida remains the third most populated state in the nation with 21,781,128 residents as of July 1, 2021. New York ranks fourth with 19,835,913 residents.