According to new Census data released Thursday, Chicago is losing more residents than any other metropolitan area in America. The South and Southwest regions saw gains in the data, which tracked changes from July 2015 to July 2016. Dallas and Houston reported the biggest increases in metropolitan areas, adding more than 100,000 residents each. The Chicago area lost more than 19,500 residents in a year’s time. Families leaving the city cited the crime rate and city schools as motivations for leaving.