This is interesting and almost pointless to report, but I figured its worth a post on a slow news day.
According to the Census Bureau, in 2011 about 25,000 people moved from Miami-Dade County into Broward County. That’s more than any other county-county migration in the state and its the sixth highest number in the U.S. The higher rates of migration all take place in and out of Los Angeles County in the west coast.
Now what makes this 25,000 person figure somewhat useless is the fact that 11,000 Broward residents actually move into Miami-Dade as well. That pretty much cancels out the other and puts Miami-Dade’s total loss of residents at about 13,000.
There you have it folks. Soon enough, Miami-Dade will be a ghost town with nothing but abandoned cookie-cutter homes and rotting condos with empty swimming pools.