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COVID-19: How the pandemic forced 1 in 20 Americans to move

Financial pressure from the pandemic has resulted in millions of Americans moving where they live. Image: REUTERS/Robert Galbraith/Files

D'Vera Cohn

Senior Writer and Editor, Pew Research Center

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As the pandemic has gone on, financial stress has increased. Image: Pew Research Center
COVID-19 has caused one-in-ten young Americans to move. Image: Pew Research Center
Financial pressures have worsened throughout the pandemic. Image: Pew Research Center
Those who moved in with family did so in the summer. Image: Pew Research Center
Most people viewed their move positively. Image: Pew Research Center

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