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National moving network and resource HireAHelper analyzed a current population survey from the U.S. Census Bureau and found which states and cities attracted the most retirees throughout, as well as which states they left from.
State-wise, Virginia welcomed the highest number of new retirees in 2020 at 15.1%. The second most popular state was Florida at 13.5% followed by Wyoming at 10.3%, Pennsylvania at 7% and Idaho at 4.9%.
Further broken down, new retirees were largely attracted to cities in Florida and Virginia. Forty percent of retirees who moved picked a city in these two states out of the 15 HireAHelper identified.Related: Facebook announces changes to combat election meddling
Orlando welcomed the most retirees out of the list with 7.2% of retirees moving to the Theme Park Capital of the World. The next three cities that were most popular among retirees were in Virginia, including Charlottesville (4.8%), Waynesboro (4.8%) and Roanoke (3.2%).