A few weeks ago Gene Balk reported in the Seattle Times that King County Population Growth Hit is Decade Low. That said, King County still ranked 6th in the nation for overall growth at 28,934 total population growth which is still pretty good. The most interesting part of King County’s growth was that NONE of it was from people moving to King County from other counties across the nation. King County actually LOST a net of 4,868 residents to other US Counties. Which US counties though, we’re not exactly sure, but that leaves King County’s growth stemming only from births outpacing deaths (+12,367), and International Migration (+21,491).
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