Nevada 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 Nevada was 43,207, and the top three counties that had the highest net domestic migration were:

  1. Clark County: 31,643
  2. Washoe County: 6,281
  3. Nye County: 1,747

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

  1. Elko County: -120
  2. Humboldt County: -55
  3. Lander County: -53

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: Nevada Net Domestic Migration Rate By County in 2019.

Nevada Net Domestic Migration By County in 2019
See also Net Migration By State for other years:
Nevada Net Domestic Migration By County in 2019
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State Net Domestic Migration
Churchill 341
Clark 31,643
Douglas 691
Elko -120
Esmeralda 46
Eureka 29
Humboldt -55
Lander -53
Lincoln -47
Lyon 1,691
Mineral 5
Nye 1,747
Pershing 29
Storey 155
Washoe 6,281
White Pine 29
Carson City 795

Trend of Net Domestic Migration for Counties in Nevada

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