Democrat policies are killing the top Democrat states.
According to the United States Census Bureau, California lost 367,299 residents in 2021.
That is 1% of its population!
New York lost the second-highest amount losing 352,185 residents.
California lost one percent of its population over the last year as residents fled for other states, the United States Census Bureau revealed this week.
While California’s population stands at more than 39.5 million, a record high, the state lost more than 367,000 residents over the last year. The state’s population decline is among the largest in the nation.
“In 2021, 20 states and the District of Columbia lost residents via net domestic migration. Largest domestic migration losses were in California (-367,299), New York (-352,185), and Illinois (-122,460),” Census Bureau experts wrote.
In comparison, Florida gained 220,890 residents and Texas gained 170,307.
Here is the breakdown by state: