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Apr 25

Tens of thousands flee socialist New York, New Jersey and Connecticut

Almost half of one percent of New York’s most productive people–about 40,000 individuals–fled the Empire State last year due to the State’s heavy taxes and regulations. High-tax neighbors Connecticut and New Jersey have also seen their residents flee.

Many move to lower-tax states such as Florida, Texas and Nevada. Many are also climate refugees seeking warmer weather.

“[T]hose with incomes between $50,000 . . . and $150,000 or more, made up the highest proportion of move-outs.”

See here.