It's no secret that Sioux Falls' population is booming. In fact, it's one of the fastest-growing cities in the country and doesn't appear to be slowing down anytime soon.

That being said, residents of neighboring states are packing up and moving to town in droves these days.

Stacker crunched the numbers and found that from 2015-2019 these metro areas lost large numbers of people to Sioux Falls. And while most are in the Midwest, there are a few outliers from thousands of miles away, bringing new citizens to South Dakota's biggest city.

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New Sioux Falls Residents are Moving from these 5 Cities

Before we get to the top 5, here's an honorable mention that's a bit surprising:

20) New York City: Sioux Falls gained 83 new residents in the latest census, according to Stacker.

Gallery Credit: Andy Gott

While most of these are not very surprising, what is surprising is the sheer number of new residents Sioux Falls is pulling in from these nearby cities. Perhaps the most baffling of all would be the Oxnard/Thousand Oaks area in California, which brought in a staggering 516 new people, according to the latest census information.

Story Source: StackerWorld Population Review

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Have you ever notice how much outsiders (and some insiders) get wrong about South Dakota? They believe and repeat some of these ridiculous South Dakota stereotypes.

SO, to do our part in educating folks, here's a list of some of the most ridiculous myths outsiders always believe South Dakota.

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