America's No. 1 Migration Magnet: Big D Stands For 'Destination'
Dallas-Fort Worth tops 'Forbes' magazine's list of cities where the biggest number of Americans are moving. And that's not the only good news for Texas: Austin lands at No. 3, Houston at No. 5 and San Antonio at No. 8.
For all the talk of how the Great Recession has driven people -- particularly the young -- toward dense urban centers, the data actually reveals that Americans continue to move largely to the same generally sprawling Sun Belt regions as before, while New York, L.A. and Chicago are on the losing side of the equation.