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Title: More Homo Saps FLEE N.Y. Shitty than any other place on Earth
Post by: azozeo on September 01, 2019, 10:52:43 AM

By Tyler Durden

Did someone say higher taxes and higher real estate prices were a good thing, because that doesn’t seem to be the case in New York City. In fact, people are fleeing the New York City area in droves, according to Bloomberg. New York City leads all US metro areas as the largest net loser with an estimated 277 people moving out of the area every single day. This is more than twice the 132 people who left the metropolis one year ago. Los Angeles and Chicago have also seen a triple digit net loss of 201 and 161 residents leaving in 2019, respectively.

These numbers were sourced from 2018 census data on migration flows to (and from) the largest 100 US metropolitan areas. These migration figures do not take into account the natural net change in population, i.e., accounting for births and deaths.

On the other side of the coin, cities like Dallas, Phoenix, Tampa, Orlando, Atlanta, Las Vegas and Austin all saw substantial inflows as a result of both domestic and international migration. Houston and Miami also saw enough inflows to rank them eighth and ninth, while Seattle rounded out the top 10 and was the only cold weather destination on the list.

https://www.activistpost.com/2019/08/more-people-flee-new-york-each-day-than-any-other-us-city.html (https://www.activistpost.com/2019/08/more-people-flee-new-york-each-day-than-any-other-us-city.html)
Title: Re: More Homo Saps FLEE N.Y. Shitty than any other place on Earth
Post by: Surly1 on September 01, 2019, 06:52:36 PM

By Tyler Durden

Did someone say higher taxes and higher real estate prices were a good thing, because that doesn’t seem to be the case in New York City. In fact, people are fleeing the New York City area in droves, according to Bloomberg. New York City leads all US metro areas as the largest net loser with an estimated 277 people moving out of the area every single day. This is more than twice the 132 people who left the metropolis one year ago. Los Angeles and Chicago have also seen a triple digit net loss of 201 and 161 residents leaving in 2019, respectively.

These numbers were sourced from 2018 census data on migration flows to (and from) the largest 100 US metropolitan areas. These migration figures do not take into account the natural net change in population, i.e., accounting for births and deaths.

On the other side of the coin, cities like Dallas, Phoenix, Tampa, Orlando, Atlanta, Las Vegas and Austin all saw substantial inflows as a result of both domestic and international migration. Houston and Miami also saw enough inflows to rank them eighth and ninth, while Seattle rounded out the top 10 and was the only cold weather destination on the list.

https://www.activistpost.com/2019/08/more-people-flee-new-york-each-day-than-any-other-us-city.html (https://www.activistpost.com/2019/08/more-people-flee-new-york-each-day-than-any-other-us-city.html)

Gee, why would a Trump admin Census Bureau want to ratfuck NYC in the year ahead of a census, which will then be used to determine the size of the New York congressional delegation and the distribution of billions of dollars in federal aid? And note that "Dallas, Phoenix, Tampa, Orlando, Atlanta, Las Vegas and Austin" are all located in red states.

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But city officials disputed the Census Bureau’s findings, calling them “tenuous” at best. They said New York’s population may not have fallen, and suggested that the census numbers may be skewed, in part, because of a change in the survey’s methodology.

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/18/nyregion/new-york-city-population.html (https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/18/nyregion/new-york-city-population.html)