Report: More Than 600K People Leaving New York And California For Lower-Taxed States

Report: More Than 600K People Leaving New York And California For Lower-Taxed States


A new report released on Monday revealed more than 600,000 people have left New York and California during the pandemic for lower-taxed states as the two Democrat-led states continue to extend strong COVID-19 restrictions.

CNBC shared the information during its “Squawk Box” program on Monday that noted the correlation between population and tax rates.

“More than 600,000 people leaving New York and California for lower-taxed [Republican] states,” CNBC reports. pic.twitter.com/drtbUJnALo

— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) January 10, 2022

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“More than 600,000 people leaving New York and California for lower-taxed states during the pandemic,” CNBC wealth editor Robert Frank reported.

“That’s according to Census data. California lost 300,000 residents between April of 2020 and July of 2021. New York lost a net 365,000 people, about two percent of its total population,” he

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