There are 180,799 nationals and 8,000 foreigners who chose to relocate to Yucatan….
MERIDA — In less than two years, the migratory “explosion” in Yucatán went from sheltering mainly nationals from five states of the Republic, to having a presence of inhabitants from all entities.
Based on the Yearbook of Migration and Remittances published by the National Population Council (Conapo), as of 2015 in Yucatan, there are 180,799 people born in other states and more than 8,000 foreigners residing here.
Of the total population of those people coming from other entities, in order of relevance are: 18.8% from Mexico City, 16.2% from Campeche, 13% from Quintana Roo, 12.3% from Tabasco and 9.8% from Veracruz.
In contrast, 173,956 Yucatecans live in another state of the Republic, including Mexico City, with 37,202 people, Tabasco, with 27,120, 23,978 in Campeche, 20,752 in Veracruz and in Quintana Roo there are 20,418 Yucatecans.
Although the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi) does not reveal reasons why the Yucatecans left their native state, it is estimated that the reasons are educational and work-related.
It also indicated that up to 2015, 7,919 foreigners were in the State, and more than a third of them, that is to say 2,844, come from the United States, while the remaining 5,075, come from other countries.
In two years, there has been a variable dynamic with ups and downs in the migrant population, but it is increasingly diversified. According to Inegi, the age range of most nationals and foreigners residing in Yucatan is between 20 and 29 years of age, mainly.
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