(STACKER)Stacker analyzed the Census Bureau’s 2019 American Community Survey data to determine the three most popular destinations for people moving out of each state. Because this is survey-based data, there is some inherent error and actual numbers may vary.

The Census Bureau found that, between 2018 and 2019, roughly 7.4 million people moved between states. Florida was the largest recipient of new residents at 601,000 people, followed by Texas (559,000) and California (480,000).

The Sun Belt region, home to sunny states like Florida, Texas, North Carolina, and Arizona, saw an influx of people seeking warmer weather, lower taxes, and cheaper living long before the COVID-19 pandemic began. Millions of Americans suddenly getting the ability to work remotely has certainly accelerated the trend, but the Census data shows that this pattern has been years in the making.

Read on to learn where Americans in each state are picking up and moving to most. Warmer-climate states seem to get most of the attention, but there are a few surprising trends on the list, such as migration to colder weather states such as Illinois, and Ohio–whose suburbs are still mostly affordable.

Alabama

#3. To Texas

#2. To Georgia

#1. To Florida

Alaska

#3. To Texas

#2. To Florida

#1. To California

Arizona

#3. To Colorado

#2. To Texas

#1. To California

Arkansas

#3. To Tennessee

#2. To Oklahoma

#1. To Texas

California

#3. To Nevada

#2. To Arizona

#1. To Texas

Colorado

#3. To Arizona

#2. To California

#1. To Texas

Connecticut

#3. To Massachusetts

#2. To Florida

#1. To New York

Delaware

#3. To Florida

#2. To Maryland

#1. To Pennsylvania

Washington, D.C.

#3. To New York

#2. To Virginia

#1. To Maryland

Florida

#3. To North Carolina

#2. To Texas

#1. To Georgia

Georgia

#3. To North Carolina

#2. To Texas

#1. To Florida

Hawaii

#3. To Washington

#2. To Texas

#1. To California

Idaho

#3. To Oregon

#2. To Utah

#1. To Washington

Illinois

#3. To California

#2. To Florida

#1. To Indiana

Indiana

#3. To Ohio

#2. To Illinois

#1. To Florida

Iowa

#3. To Missouri

#2. To Nebraska

#1. To Illinois

Kansas

#3. To Colorado

#2. To Texas

#1. To Missouri

Kentucky

#3. To Tennessee

#2. To Indiana

#1. To Ohio

Louisiana

#3. To Florida

#2. To Mississippi

#1. To Texas

Maine

#3. To New Hampshire

#2. To Florida

#1. To Massachusetts

Maryland

#3. To Washington, D.C.

#2. To Pennsylvania

#1. To Virginia

Massachusetts

#3. To Florida

#2. To New York

#1. To New Hampshire

Michigan

#3. To Texas

#2. To Ohio

#1. To Florida

Minnesota

#3. To California

#2. To North Dakota

#1. To Wisconsin

Mississippi

#3. To Georgia

#2. To Texas

#1. To Tennessee

Missouri

#3. To Florida

#2. To Illinois

#1. To Kansas

Montana

#3. To Oregon

#2. To Idaho

#1. To Washington

Nebraska

#3. To Texas

#2. To Colorado

#1. To Iowa

Nevada

#3. To Arizona

#2. To Texas

#1. To California

New Hampshire

#3. To Florida

#2. To Maine

#1. To Massachusetts

New Jersey

#3. To Florida

#2. To New York

#1. To Pennsylvania

New Mexico

#3. To Colorado

#2. To Arizona

#1. To Texas

New York

#3. To Pennsylvania

#2. To Florida

#1. To New Jersey

North Carolina

#3. To Virginia

#2. To Florida

#1. To South Carolina

North Dakota

#3. Wisconsin

#2. Colorado

#1. Minnesota

Ohio

#3. To Pennsylvania

#2. To Kentucky

#1. To Florida

Oklahoma

#3. To Arkansas

#2. To Florida

#1. To Texas

Oregon

#3. To Idaho

#2. To California

#1. To Washington

Pennsylvania

#3. To New Jersey

#2. To New York

#1. To Florida

Rhode Island

#3. To California

#2. To Connecticut

#1. To Massachusetts

South Carolina

#3. To Florida

#2. To Georgia

#1. To North Carolina

South Dakota

#3. To Iowa

#2. To North Dakota

#1. To Minnesota

Tennessee

#3. To Alabama

#2. To Florida

#1. To Georgia

Texas

#3. To Oklahoma

#2. To Colorado

#1. To California

Utah

#3. To California

#2. To Arizona

#1. To Texas

Vermont

#3. To New Hampshire

#2. To New York

#1. To Florida

Virginia

#3. To California

#2. To Florida

#1. To North Carolina

Washington

#3. To Arizona

#2. To Oregon

#1. To California

West Virginia

#3. To Maryland

#2. To Virginia

#1. To Ohio

Wisconsin

#3. To Florida

#2. To Illinois

#1. To Minnesota

Wyoming

#3. To Utah

#2. To Montana

#1. To Colorado