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People in the Midwest are more likely to be married, marry younger, and stay married longer compared to the rest of the US.
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Hawaii's life expectancy was 80.7 years, followed by Washington at 79.2 years and Minnesota at 79.1 years.
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California had the most people leave the state for Texas in 2020. Accounting for population size, New Mexico had the highest percentage of its population move to Texas.
The most common destinations for California migrants were Texas, Arizona, and Nevada.
Cities where houses are sold quickly and few homes are on the market have competitive housing markets.
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Native Hawaiian, Samoan, and Chamorro are the three most common Pacific Islander ethnic groups in the US.