On March 18, 2022, the D.C. Policy Center’s article, Demographic shifts in the District of Columbia following the COVID-19 pandemic, was cited by the Washington Business Journal:
Overall, the D.C. Policy Center has found that domestic in-migration into the nation’s capital in particular had turned negative in 2019, remaining that way through the pandemic. For every resident who moved into D.C. from the nearby suburbs in recent years, two moved out, and household formation markedly slowed, according to the center.
Read more: D.C.’s Moving Target: Prince George’s County is steadily absorbing movers from D.C. | Washington Business Journal
Related: Demographic shifts in the District of Columbia following the COVID-19 pandemic | D.C. Policy Center