U.S. population is shifting in ways that don’t bode well for Pennsylvania.

The 2020 census showed the Keystone State — still the nation’s fifth-most populous with roughly 13 million residents — has grown at a rate far slower than the national average. Now, new data from the moving company U-Haul ranks the state 48th in growth in 2021, measured by comparing the number of one-way U-Haul trucks entering a state to those leaving it.

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