But the 10 fastest growing counties last year accounted for nearly 80 percent of the national total, a testament not so much to the rapid pace of change in these places, but to the lack of significant growth in the rest of the nation.
Here is more from the New York Times, with useful maps as well. And this:
Idaho is booming (the @bendreyfuss effect), big urban-to-rural shift internal to the northeast and California, the arid plains continue to empty out, and I'm not really sure how to characterize the intra-south shift in population. pic.twitter.com/vQ4N1ZlI75
— Matthew Yglesias (@mattyglesias) March 24, 2022