He’s not alone. Indeed.com Chief Economist Jed Kolko notes that Census Bureau data from July 2016 to July 2017 show that California had a net loss of 138,000 people. Where did they go? Here’s a hint: Texas had a net population gain of 79,000, Arizona 63,000, and Nevada more than 38,000.
Is this source acceptable for a case in point?
I’d really appreciate it if you would keep your religion out of my state.
Nikisha Riley: A couple of years before my diagnosis, I knew I wanted to move out of NYC. There were stressors and situations that were making my life so unbearable.
What is more serious is the number of California-based companies that have left or signaled their intention to leave the state.
According to a November report from the U.S Census Bureau, the Golden State has had 142,932 more residents exit to live in other states than people arriving from other states. This domestic outmigration was the second largest outflow in the U.S. behind New York and New Jersey. It was up 11 percent (13,699 net departures) compared to 2015.
California is replacing them with immigrants. A lot of illegals no doubt.
lol - California has more people in it than the 3 states you listed combined. It is reaching the point of overpopulation so it is not shocking to see that there is an outflow beginning. Especially when you consider what some have pointed out about the likely inflow of undocumented workers as well.
One day Texas will reach the same stage California is beginning to reach now and outflows will begin there as well.
But you go on believing that toxic business environments in “liberal” states is the only reason people and businesses leave an area. And blindly ignore that those “liberal” states continue to have far more people and businesses than almost all of your “conservative” business friendly states combined.