• New York had 69,289 migrants to Florida
• California had 65,546 migrants to TexasAgain from the latest American Community Survey.
If we can't vote them out, we'll migrate them out.
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No matter how the pain is spread, there will be consumer pain. Likewise because of govt spending policies that resemble the proverbial cricket in summer we can expect massive deficits and even larger tax increases. I hope everyone likes their neighbors because nobody is moving for a very long time. The new immobility class has moved in to stay.Other things I said weren't perfect but this was spot on. Back to the present. Nobody cares about 11 years ago as LLiz has noted on so many occasions. Memory fades. What does this mean for now? IMO • Among those who moved, 42.2 percent said they moved for a housing-related reason, such as wanting a new or better home/apartment. In comparison, 27.4 percent said they moved for a family-related reason, 20.2 percent said they moved for an employment-related reason, and 10.2 percent said they moved for some other reason. I imagine the 42.2% moving for housing reasons are experiencing rising rents or other income/outflow issues.