Georgia Net Domestic Migration By County in 2019
Updated on May 29, 2021.

According to the US Census Bureau estimates, in 2019, the net domestic migration for Georgia was 49,680, and the top three counties that had the highest net domestic migration were:

  1. Forsyth County: 5,743
  2. Fulton County: 5,556
  3. Henry County: 3,894

On the other hand, the top 3 counties that had the lowest net domestic migration were:

  1. DeKalb County: -5,190
  2. Cobb County: -2,114
  3. Dougherty County: -1,601

Net Domestic migration for a given county refers to the the difference between number of people moving to the county from other parts of the United States (excluding Puerto Rico) and number of people moving out of the county to other parts of the United States (excluding Puerto Rico).

See also: Georgia Net Domestic Migration Rate By County in 2019.

Georgia Net Domestic Migration By County in 2019
See also Net Migration By State for other years:
Georgia Net Domestic Migration By County in 2019
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State Net Domestic Migration
Appling -154
Atkinson -156
Bacon -14
Baker -55
Baldwin 42
Banks 191
Barrow 1,949
Bartow 1,050
Ben Hill -100
Berrien 120
Bibb -193
Bleckley 28
Brantley 118
Brooks 17
Bryan 1,289
Bulloch 1,935
Burke -96
Butts 727
Calhoun -171
Camden 645
Candler -30
Carroll 1,494
Catoosa 204
Charlton 383
Chatham -994
Chattahoochee 53
Chattooga 13
Cherokee 3,561
Clarke 205
Clay -34
Clayton 408
Clinch -18
Cobb -2,114
Coffee 37
Colquitt 29
Columbia 1,833
Cook 97
Coweta 1,811
Crawford 106
Crisp -224
Dade -73
Dawson 937
Decatur -194
DeKalb -5,190
Dodge -166
Dooly -287
Dougherty -1,601
Douglas 615
Early -86
Echols -14
Effingham 1,719
Elbert 163
Emanuel 22
Evans -47
Fannin 337
Fayette 1,116
Floyd 391
Forsyth 5,743
Franklin 301
Fulton 5,556
Gilmer 586
Glascock 0
Glynn 318
Gordon 217
Grady -178
Greene 616
Gwinnett -59
Habersham -134
Hall 1,830
Hancock 155
Haralson 235
Harris 707
Hart 199
Heard 57
Henry 3,894
Houston 1,528
Irwin 31
Jackson 2,311
Jasper 180
Jeff Davis 18
Jefferson -19
Jenkins -88
Johnson -54
Jones 133
Lamar 113
Lanier 70
Laurens 155
Lee 161
Liberty -101
Lincoln 14
Long 310
Lowndes 336
Lumpkin 738
McDuffie -220
McIntosh 86
Macon -182
Madison 212
Marion -8
Meriwether 102
Miller 49
Mitchell -289
Monroe 187
Montgomery -14
Morgan 399
Murray 76
Muscogee 544
Newton 1,822
Oconee 693
Oglethorpe 166
Paulding 3,820
Peach 119
Pickens 625
Pierce 47
Pike 299
Polk 181
Pulaski 79
Putnam 357
Quitman 46
Rabun 347
Randolph -25
Richmond -76
Rockdale 136
Schley 7
Screven -17
Seminole -157
Spalding 595
Stephens -42
Stewart 45
Sumter -340
Talbot -67
Taliaferro -62
Tattnall -242
Taylor -2
Telfair -146
Terrell -38
Thomas 87
Tift -30
Toombs -118
Towns 253
Treutlen 85
Troup -377
Turner 59
Twiggs 2
Union 747
Upson 238
Walker 391
Walton 1,162
Ware 133
Warren 13
Washington -28
Wayne 108
Webster 0
Wheeler -44
White 830
Whitfield -130
Wilcox -184
Wilkes -39
Wilkinson -65
Worth -38

Trend of Net Domestic Migration for Counties in Georgia

Use the links below to find the trend of the net domestic migration for each county in Georgia.