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August 8, 2022

Counties with the most born-and-bred residents in Alabama

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Counties with the most born-and-bred residents in Alabama

The COVID-19 pandemic, rising inflation and a higher cost of living in major cities have combined with opportunities for remote work over the past two years. This combination has fueled a major migration across the country. In the first year of the pandemic, migration out of densely populated, expensive cities like New York and San Francisco was especially notable. Many moved to Sunbelt cities where the weather is warmer and the cost of living significantly lower.

But not everyone who moved in recent years went very far. Analysis of movement out of crowded cities shows that many of those leaving city centers moved into nearby suburbs in the same state, rather than making cross country moves.

Other trends suggest that many people are sticking close to home, remaining in or moving back to the state, or even the town they were born in. Even before the pandemic, the number of younger adults living with their parents was on the rise, mostly due to financial difficulties. This economic hardship was made worse by the pandemic, and resulted in many moving back in with their parents. By the end of 2020, more than half of Americans under the age of 29 were living at home, exceeding the share of young adults living with their parents during the Great Depression.

Apart from the pandemic, many people choose not to leave the state they were raised in, for reasons ranging from wanting to be close to family to not having the resources to leave, to sticking with a lower cost of living.

In order to determine where people stay put, Stacker compiled a list of counties with the most born-and-bred residents in Alabama using data from the U.S. Census Bureau. Counties are ranked by the highest percentage of residents that were born in the state according to 2020 5-year estimates.

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#50. Autauga County

– Population: 55,639
– Born in Alabama: 37,355 (67.1% of population)
– Born in a different state: 16,148 (29.0% of population)
— Midwest (7.5%), Northeast (3.7%), South (13.8%), West (4.0%)
– Born in another country: 1,303 (2.34% of population)
— Africa (0.24%) , Asia (0.77%), Europe (0.54%), Latin America (0.77%), North America (0.00%), Oceania (0.02%)

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#49. Sumter County

– Population: 12,595
– Born in Alabama: 8,640 (68.6% of population)
– Born in a different state: 3,623 (28.8% of population)
— Midwest (3.1%), Northeast (1.0%), South (23.4%), West (1.4%)
– Born in another country: 243 (1.93% of population)
— Africa (0.00%) , Asia (0.99%), Europe (0.04%), Latin America (0.90%), North America (0.00%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#48. Henry County

– Population: 17,123
– Born in Alabama: 11,762 (68.7% of population)
– Born in a different state: 5,070 (29.6% of population)
— Midwest (3.3%), Northeast (4.0%), South (20.0%), West (2.4%)
– Born in another country: 155 (0.91% of population)
— Africa (0.04%) , Asia (0.24%), Europe (0.21%), Latin America (0.34%), North America (0.07%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#47. Marshall County

– Population: 96,137
– Born in Alabama: 66,193 (68.9% of population)
– Born in a different state: 22,292 (23.2% of population)
— Midwest (4.9%), Northeast (2.1%), South (13.5%), West (2.7%)
– Born in another country: 6,800 (7.07% of population)
— Africa (0.10%) , Asia (0.55%), Europe (0.63%), Latin America (5.75%), North America (0.01%), Oceania (0.03%)

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#46. Marion County

– Population: 29,818
– Born in Alabama: 20,533 (68.9% of population)
– Born in a different state: 8,720 (29.2% of population)
— Midwest (8.1%), Northeast (1.7%), South (17.6%), West (1.9%)
– Born in another country: 409 (1.37% of population)
— Africa (0.00%) , Asia (0.06%), Europe (0.35%), Latin America (0.90%), North America (0.07%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#45. Barbour County

– Population: 25,026
– Born in Alabama: 17,245 (68.9% of population)
– Born in a different state: 7,049 (28.2% of population)
— Midwest (4.5%), Northeast (2.5%), South (19.8%), West (1.5%)
– Born in another country: 639 (2.55% of population)
— Africa (0.00%) , Asia (0.45%), Europe (0.14%), Latin America (1.86%), North America (0.11%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#44. Morgan County

– Population: 119,352
– Born in Alabama: 83,912 (70.3% of population)
– Born in a different state: 28,896 (24.2% of population)
— Midwest (6.6%), Northeast (1.8%), South (13.1%), West (2.6%)
– Born in another country: 5,349 (4.48% of population)
— Africa (0.05%) , Asia (0.46%), Europe (0.29%), Latin America (3.62%), North America (0.03%), Oceania (0.04%)

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#43. Elmore County

– Population: 81,526
– Born in Alabama: 57,878 (71.0% of population)
– Born in a different state: 21,248 (26.1% of population)
— Midwest (5.4%), Northeast (3.1%), South (15.4%), West (2.2%)
– Born in another country: 1,659 (2.03% of population)
— Africa (0.03%) , Asia (0.67%), Europe (0.30%), Latin America (1.01%), North America (0.03%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#42. Lauderdale County

– Population: 92,870
– Born in Alabama: 66,171 (71.3% of population)
– Born in a different state: 24,352 (26.2% of population)
— Midwest (5.6%), Northeast (1.9%), South (16.8%), West (2.0%)
– Born in another country: 1,973 (2.12% of population)
— Africa (0.04%) , Asia (0.77%), Europe (0.27%), Latin America (0.99%), North America (0.04%), Oceania (0.02%)

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#41. Franklin County

– Population: 31,587
– Born in Alabama: 22,725 (71.9% of population)
– Born in a different state: 5,831 (18.5% of population)
— Midwest (4.8%), Northeast (2.0%), South (9.9%), West (1.7%)
– Born in another country: 2,887 (9.14% of population)
— Africa (0.00%) , Asia (0.84%), Europe (0.10%), Latin America (8.20%), North America (0.00%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#40. Montgomery County

– Population: 226,451
– Born in Alabama: 162,920 (71.9% of population)
– Born in a different state: 50,369 (22.2% of population)
— Midwest (4.4%), Northeast (2.7%), South (12.6%), West (2.6%)
– Born in another country: 10,694 (4.72% of population)
— Africa (0.50%) , Asia (2.33%), Europe (0.36%), Latin America (1.39%), North America (0.13%), Oceania (0.03%)

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#39. Chambers County

– Population: 33,427
– Born in Alabama: 24,085 (72.1% of population)
– Born in a different state: 8,578 (25.7% of population)
— Midwest (2.4%), Northeast (1.1%), South (20.3%), West (1.9%)
– Born in another country: 621 (1.86% of population)
— Africa (0.00%) , Asia (0.91%), Europe (0.12%), Latin America (0.82%), North America (0.00%), Oceania (0.01%)

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#38. Calhoun County

– Population: 114,324
– Born in Alabama: 82,698 (72.3% of population)
– Born in a different state: 27,403 (24.0% of population)
— Midwest (5.0%), Northeast (2.4%), South (13.8%), West (2.7%)
– Born in another country: 2,845 (2.49% of population)
— Africa (0.08%) , Asia (0.64%), Europe (0.49%), Latin America (1.23%), North America (0.03%), Oceania (0.01%)

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#37. Pickens County

– Population: 20,049
– Born in Alabama: 14,622 (72.9% of population)
– Born in a different state: 4,557 (22.7% of population)
— Midwest (3.5%), Northeast (0.8%), South (16.9%), West (1.6%)
– Born in another country: 745 (3.72% of population)
— Africa (0.00%) , Asia (0.00%), Europe (0.10%), Latin America (3.61%), North America (0.00%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#36. Mobile County

– Population: 413,977
– Born in Alabama: 303,127 (73.2% of population)
– Born in a different state: 94,934 (22.9% of population)
— Midwest (3.5%), Northeast (2.5%), South (14.9%), West (2.1%)
– Born in another country: 12,924 (3.12% of population)
— Africa (0.17%) , Asia (1.60%), Europe (0.35%), Latin America (0.92%), North America (0.05%), Oceania (0.03%)

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#35. Tuscaloosa County

– Population: 208,854
– Born in Alabama: 153,424 (73.5% of population)
– Born in a different state: 46,501 (22.3% of population)
— Midwest (4.8%), Northeast (2.3%), South (13.1%), West (2.0%)
– Born in another country: 7,361 (3.52% of population)
— Africa (0.17%) , Asia (1.39%), Europe (0.32%), Latin America (1.56%), North America (0.08%), Oceania (0.01%)

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#34. Washington County

– Population: 16,336
– Born in Alabama: 12,193 (74.6% of population)
– Born in a different state: 3,865 (23.7% of population)
— Midwest (2.0%), Northeast (1.2%), South (18.0%), West (2.5%)
– Born in another country: 217 (1.33% of population)
— Africa (0.00%) , Asia (0.18%), Europe (0.04%), Latin America (1.11%), North America (0.00%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#33. Jefferson County

– Population: 658,615
– Born in Alabama: 496,076 (75.3% of population)
– Born in a different state: 132,664 (20.1% of population)
— Midwest (4.3%), Northeast (2.5%), South (11.5%), West (1.9%)
– Born in another country: 25,341 (3.85% of population)
— Africa (0.28%) , Asia (1.33%), Europe (0.33%), Latin America (1.81%), North America (0.06%), Oceania (0.04%)

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#32. Cullman County

– Population: 83,345
– Born in Alabama: 63,421 (76.1% of population)
– Born in a different state: 17,355 (20.8% of population)
— Midwest (6.1%), Northeast (1.6%), South (10.6%), West (2.5%)
– Born in another country: 2,112 (2.53% of population)
— Africa (0.04%) , Asia (0.38%), Europe (0.23%), Latin America (1.85%), North America (0.01%), Oceania (0.02%)

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#31. Winston County

– Population: 23,712
– Born in Alabama: 18,045 (76.1% of population)
– Born in a different state: 5,239 (22.1% of population)
— Midwest (5.4%), Northeast (1.5%), South (13.7%), West (1.6%)
– Born in another country: 319 (1.35% of population)
— Africa (0.00%) , Asia (0.19%), Europe (0.09%), Latin America (1.07%), North America (0.00%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#30. Macon County

– Population: 18,437
– Born in Alabama: 14,053 (76.2% of population)
– Born in a different state: 4,123 (22.4% of population)
— Midwest (5.1%), Northeast (3.7%), South (11.4%), West (2.1%)
– Born in another country: 102 (0.55% of population)
— Africa (0.12%) , Asia (0.06%), Europe (0.04%), Latin America (0.31%), North America (0.02%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#29. St. Clair County

– Population: 88,929
– Born in Alabama: 67,875 (76.3% of population)
– Born in a different state: 19,159 (21.5% of population)
— Midwest (4.3%), Northeast (2.3%), South (12.7%), West (2.3%)
– Born in another country: 1,488 (1.67% of population)
— Africa (0.04%) , Asia (0.47%), Europe (0.18%), Latin America (0.97%), North America (0.02%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#28. Escambia County

– Population: 36,775
– Born in Alabama: 28,509 (77.5% of population)
– Born in a different state: 7,721 (21.0% of population)
— Midwest (2.9%), Northeast (1.3%), South (15.2%), West (1.6%)
– Born in another country: 308 (0.84% of population)
— Africa (0.02%) , Asia (0.24%), Europe (0.20%), Latin America (0.36%), North America (0.01%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#27. Chilton County

– Population: 44,147
– Born in Alabama: 34,259 (77.6% of population)
– Born in a different state: 7,609 (17.2% of population)
— Midwest (3.5%), Northeast (2.7%), South (9.1%), West (1.8%)
– Born in another country: 1,940 (4.39% of population)
— Africa (0.00%) , Asia (0.32%), Europe (0.49%), Latin America (3.58%), North America (0.00%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#26. Etowah County

– Population: 102,721
– Born in Alabama: 79,780 (77.7% of population)
– Born in a different state: 19,379 (18.9% of population)
— Midwest (4.5%), Northeast (1.7%), South (10.9%), West (1.8%)
– Born in another country: 2,808 (2.73% of population)
— Africa (0.30%) , Asia (0.73%), Europe (0.13%), Latin America (1.44%), North America (0.13%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#25. Colbert County

– Population: 54,957
– Born in Alabama: 42,866 (78.0% of population)
– Born in a different state: 10,935 (19.9% of population)
— Midwest (5.3%), Northeast (1.5%), South (10.7%), West (2.4%)
– Born in another country: 857 (1.56% of population)
— Africa (0.01%) , Asia (0.42%), Europe (0.15%), Latin America (0.95%), North America (0.02%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#24. Pike County

– Population: 33,274
– Born in Alabama: 26,158 (78.6% of population)
– Born in a different state: 5,684 (17.1% of population)
— Midwest (2.7%), Northeast (2.4%), South (10.5%), West (1.5%)
– Born in another country: 1,394 (4.19% of population)
— Africa (0.03%) , Asia (2.70%), Europe (0.69%), Latin America (0.71%), North America (0.05%), Oceania (0.02%)

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#23. Coosa County

– Population: 10,696
– Born in Alabama: 8,437 (78.9% of population)
– Born in a different state: 2,138 (20.0% of population)
— Midwest (4.7%), Northeast (0.7%), South (12.8%), West (1.8%)
– Born in another country: 57 (0.53% of population)
— Africa (0.00%) , Asia (0.00%), Europe (0.03%), Latin America (0.50%), North America (0.00%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#22. Blount County

– Population: 57,755
– Born in Alabama: 45,936 (79.5% of population)
– Born in a different state: 9,064 (15.7% of population)
— Midwest (3.0%), Northeast (1.3%), South (9.8%), West (1.5%)
– Born in another country: 2,514 (4.35% of population)
— Africa (0.02%) , Asia (0.26%), Europe (0.24%), Latin America (3.71%), North America (0.02%), Oceania (0.10%)

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#21. Covington County

– Population: 37,096
– Born in Alabama: 29,659 (80.0% of population)
– Born in a different state: 6,950 (18.7% of population)
— Midwest (2.2%), Northeast (2.1%), South (12.6%), West (1.8%)
– Born in another country: 280 (0.75% of population)
— Africa (0.00%) , Asia (0.16%), Europe (0.26%), Latin America (0.33%), North America (0.00%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#20. Talladega County

– Population: 80,244
– Born in Alabama: 64,847 (80.8% of population)
– Born in a different state: 13,287 (16.6% of population)
— Midwest (3.4%), Northeast (1.5%), South (10.1%), West (1.5%)
– Born in another country: 1,610 (2.01% of population)
— Africa (0.05%) , Asia (0.46%), Europe (0.28%), Latin America (0.98%), North America (0.11%), Oceania (0.12%)

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#19. Clay County

– Population: 13,285
– Born in Alabama: 10,757 (81.0% of population)
– Born in a different state: 2,335 (17.6% of population)
— Midwest (2.0%), Northeast (1.7%), South (11.7%), West (2.1%)
– Born in another country: 184 (1.39% of population)
— Africa (0.00%) , Asia (0.25%), Europe (0.07%), Latin America (1.07%), North America (0.00%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#18. Walker County

– Population: 63,802
– Born in Alabama: 51,837 (81.2% of population)
– Born in a different state: 10,814 (16.9% of population)
— Midwest (5.2%), Northeast (1.1%), South (8.6%), West (2.1%)
– Born in another country: 861 (1.35% of population)
— Africa (0.00%) , Asia (0.27%), Europe (0.07%), Latin America (0.98%), North America (0.03%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#17. Fayette County

– Population: 16,406
– Born in Alabama: 13,345 (81.3% of population)
– Born in a different state: 2,873 (17.5% of population)
— Midwest (4.0%), Northeast (0.8%), South (11.4%), West (1.3%)
– Born in another country: 164 (1.00% of population)
— Africa (0.00%) , Asia (0.67%), Europe (0.05%), Latin America (0.18%), North America (0.10%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#16. Tallapoosa County

– Population: 40,450
– Born in Alabama: 32,953 (81.5% of population)
– Born in a different state: 6,665 (16.5% of population)
— Midwest (3.8%), Northeast (1.6%), South (9.3%), West (1.8%)
– Born in another country: 657 (1.62% of population)
— Africa (0.00%) , Asia (0.27%), Europe (0.22%), Latin America (1.10%), North America (0.03%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#15. Lawrence County

– Population: 32,969
– Born in Alabama: 27,506 (83.4% of population)
– Born in a different state: 5,191 (15.7% of population)
— Midwest (4.6%), Northeast (1.5%), South (8.6%), West (1.1%)
– Born in another country: 264 (0.80% of population)
— Africa (0.00%) , Asia (0.06%), Europe (0.14%), Latin America (0.60%), North America (0.00%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#14. Crenshaw County

– Population: 13,826
– Born in Alabama: 11,564 (83.6% of population)
– Born in a different state: 2,000 (14.5% of population)
— Midwest (2.9%), Northeast (1.2%), South (8.9%), West (1.5%)
– Born in another country: 234 (1.69% of population)
— Africa (0.04%) , Asia (1.21%), Europe (0.14%), Latin America (0.30%), North America (0.00%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#13. Conecuh County

– Population: 12,219
– Born in Alabama: 10,290 (84.2% of population)
– Born in a different state: 1,753 (14.3% of population)
— Midwest (0.7%), Northeast (3.8%), South (8.8%), West (1.0%)
– Born in another country: 127 (1.04% of population)
— Africa (0.00%) , Asia (0.59%), Europe (0.29%), Latin America (0.16%), North America (0.00%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#12. Bibb County

– Population: 22,374
– Born in Alabama: 18,846 (84.2% of population)
– Born in a different state: 3,061 (13.7% of population)
— Midwest (3.2%), Northeast (1.9%), South (7.2%), West (1.3%)
– Born in another country: 354 (1.58% of population)
— Africa (0.00%) , Asia (0.29%), Europe (0.08%), Latin America (1.21%), North America (0.00%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#11. Marengo County

– Population: 19,138
– Born in Alabama: 16,157 (84.4% of population)
– Born in a different state: 2,754 (14.4% of population)
— Midwest (2.7%), Northeast (1.4%), South (9.5%), West (0.8%)
– Born in another country: 209 (1.09% of population)
— Africa (0.00%) , Asia (0.05%), Europe (0.16%), Latin America (0.89%), North America (0.00%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#10. Monroe County

– Population: 21,006
– Born in Alabama: 17,818 (84.8% of population)
– Born in a different state: 3,023 (14.4% of population)
— Midwest (4.3%), Northeast (0.3%), South (8.7%), West (1.0%)
– Born in another country: 158 (0.75% of population)
— Africa (0.00%) , Asia (0.35%), Europe (0.21%), Latin America (0.10%), North America (0.09%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#9. Perry County

– Population: 9,104
– Born in Alabama: 7,737 (85.0% of population)
– Born in a different state: 1,160 (12.7% of population)
— Midwest (3.6%), Northeast (4.0%), South (4.5%), West (0.6%)
– Born in another country: 187 (2.05% of population)
— Africa (0.05%) , Asia (0.09%), Europe (0.00%), Latin America (1.33%), North America (0.00%), Oceania (0.58%)

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#8. Greene County

– Population: 8,221
– Born in Alabama: 7,081 (86.1% of population)
– Born in a different state: 1,059 (12.9% of population)
— Midwest (2.5%), Northeast (2.9%), South (5.9%), West (1.7%)
– Born in another country: 65 (0.79% of population)
— Africa (0.11%) , Asia (0.00%), Europe (0.00%), Latin America (0.68%), North America (0.00%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#7. Butler County

– Population: 19,726
– Born in Alabama: 17,030 (86.3% of population)
– Born in a different state: 2,273 (11.5% of population)
— Midwest (2.0%), Northeast (1.5%), South (6.8%), West (1.2%)
– Born in another country: 368 (1.87% of population)
— Africa (0.00%) , Asia (1.20%), Europe (0.33%), Latin America (0.34%), North America (0.00%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#6. Bullock County

– Population: 10,173
– Born in Alabama: 8,784 (86.3% of population)
– Born in a different state: 1,149 (11.3% of population)
— Midwest (1.0%), Northeast (2.0%), South (4.7%), West (3.6%)
– Born in another country: 153 (1.50% of population)
— Africa (0.05%) , Asia (0.00%), Europe (0.09%), Latin America (1.37%), North America (0.00%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#5. Dallas County

– Population: 38,184
– Born in Alabama: 33,234 (87.0% of population)
– Born in a different state: 4,565 (12.0% of population)
— Midwest (3.9%), Northeast (1.5%), South (5.7%), West (0.9%)
– Born in another country: 347 (0.91% of population)
— Africa (0.12%) , Asia (0.44%), Europe (0.12%), Latin America (0.21%), North America (0.01%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#4. Wilcox County

– Population: 10,552
– Born in Alabama: 9,206 (87.2% of population)
– Born in a different state: 1,243 (11.8% of population)
— Midwest (1.3%), Northeast (3.1%), South (6.8%), West (0.6%)
– Born in another country: 63 (0.60% of population)
— Africa (0.00%) , Asia (0.50%), Europe (0.07%), Latin America (0.03%), North America (0.00%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#3. Clarke County

– Population: 23,866
– Born in Alabama: 20,913 (87.6% of population)
– Born in a different state: 2,860 (12.0% of population)
— Midwest (2.5%), Northeast (1.4%), South (6.8%), West (1.3%)
– Born in another country: 74 (0.31% of population)
— Africa (0.00%) , Asia (0.28%), Europe (0.03%), Latin America (0.00%), North America (0.00%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#2. Hale County

– Population: 14,754
– Born in Alabama: 13,078 (88.6% of population)
– Born in a different state: 1,599 (10.8% of population)
— Midwest (2.7%), Northeast (1.2%), South (6.0%), West (1.0%)
– Born in another country: 38 (0.26% of population)
— Africa (0.07%) , Asia (0.10%), Europe (0.06%), Latin America (0.02%), North America (0.00%), Oceania (0.00%)

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#1. Lowndes County

– Population: 9,936
– Born in Alabama: 9,111 (91.7% of population)
– Born in a different state: 758 (7.6% of population)
— Midwest (1.1%), Northeast (1.2%), South (4.9%), West (0.4%)
– Born in another country: 67 (0.67% of population)
— Africa (0.08%) , Asia (0.00%), Europe (0.04%), Latin America (0.03%), North America (0.52%), Oceania (0.00%)

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Reeling over racist text message sent by cop, Alabama town disbands police force

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Counties with the most born-and-bred residents in Alabama

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Alabama woman admits she was lying about police involvement in teen murders

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Girl was held captive by illegal immigrant in Alabama with dismembered remains of her mother, brother, police say

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Hellish scene: Police allege Alabama murder suspect suffocated one victim, bludgeoned another before cutting them into tiny pieces

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Alabama man pleads guilty to ‘animal crushing’ in death of Mississippi K9 officer. He also pleaded to being felon with firearm.

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Kidnapped girl escapes captor, leads police to gruesome discovery inside Alabama home

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Feds promise help to Alabama communities, others plagued by raw sewage problems

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Alabama man charged, with murder of Florida woman

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Alabama man dies in wreck on rural Alabama highway

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Three people injured on Alabama lake when boat, personal watercraft collide just before 3 a.m.

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Grand jury indicts 70-year-old on murder charges in Alabama church dinner shooting

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Man killed when car leaves road, strikes tree off Alabama highway

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Former Alabama business exec charged with stealing $2.1 million, via PayPal, faked email account

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Man’s execution delayed by IV line issue, Alabama corrections officials say

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Alabama murderer executed Thursday, despite pleas from victim’s family to spare him

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Alabama vets captured in Ukraine sent to Russian prison, family says

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Teens charged after Alabama 71-year-old’s body found in hand-dug grave, police say

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Alabama governor says execution will continue despite plea from victim’s family

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Three injured when boat strikes tree on Alabama river

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Alabama woman killed when truck collides with concrete culvert

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Alabama man killed when his vehicle overturns, state troopers report

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Alabama family marvels after rare 400-pound spotted eagle ray jumps into their boat, gives birth