Quad-City Times: In the Quad Cities, popular belief says that Illinoisians are crossing the border en masse and resettling in the Hawkeye State. But new data from the U.S. Census Bureau points to a surprising truth: Roughly the same proportion of Illinoisians and Iowans moved out of their respective states last year. The data shows that most Illinoisians aren’t moving to Iowa. Instead, they’re bailing for different Midwestern states. The data show definitively that Illinois is the top destination for Iowans who leave the Hawkeye State. But Iowa isn’t even in the top five destinations for Illinoisians who leave the Land of Lincoln.