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New York Exodus

Zam-Zam

Senator
Not unlike California:

New York Faces Exodus as Residents Plan to Leave State

New York City could face a mass exodus of residents in the near future, as a recent survey shows that only 30 percent of New Yorkers think the quality of life in the city is good and only 50 percent plan on staying in the city in the next four years.

In its first post-pandemic resident survey, published on Tuesday, the nonpartisan, nonprofit think tank Citizen Budget Commission (CBC) found that unhappiness has grown among residents of the Big Apple between 2017 and 2023. The survey includes responses from over 6,600 New Yorkers, only half of whom said they plan to stay in the city until after 2028.

But why do residents want to leave? The reasons that emerged from the survey show that New Yorkers feel more unsafe in the city in 2023 than they did six years before, they're unsatisfied with many public services, public education, the cleanliness of their neighborhoods and the traffic.



Complete text: New York Faces Exodus as Residents Plan to Leave State (msn.com)

And for New York, there is a cost:


New York loses $19.5 billion in population exodus, IRS confirms

New York loses $19.5 billion in population exodus, IRS confirms | New York | thecentersquare.com



You lose tax revenue, so you cut services. That negatively impacts quality of life, so more people leave, which causes you to lose more tax revenue. Rinse and repeat.

Another leftist paradise.
 

sensible don

Governor
Supporting Member
Would you want to live in a concrete jungle like NYC, you seem very, very sad people want to live in the suburbs, amiright?
 
Not unlike California:

New York Faces Exodus as Residents Plan to Leave State

New York City could face a mass exodus of residents in the near future, as a recent survey shows that only 30 percent of New Yorkers think the quality of life in the city is good and only 50 percent plan on staying in the city in the next four years.

In its first post-pandemic resident survey, published on Tuesday, the nonpartisan, nonprofit think tank Citizen Budget Commission (CBC) found that unhappiness has grown among residents of the Big Apple between 2017 and 2023. The survey includes responses from over 6,600 New Yorkers, only half of whom said they plan to stay in the city until after 2028.

But why do residents want to leave? The reasons that emerged from the survey show that New Yorkers feel more unsafe in the city in 2023 than they did six years before, they're unsatisfied with many public services, public education, the cleanliness of their neighborhoods and the traffic.



Complete text: New York Faces Exodus as Residents Plan to Leave State (msn.com)

And for New York, there is a cost:


New York loses $19.5 billion in population exodus, IRS confirms

New York loses $19.5 billion in population exodus, IRS confirms | New York | thecentersquare.com



You lose tax revenue, so you cut services. That negatively impacts quality of life, so more people leave, which causes you to lose more tax revenue. Rinse and repeat.

Another leftist paradise.
That 19.5 billion in tax losses is a shocker. that alone is worth reading your entire post.

if 50% do leave in 4 years, where do they say they'll go? Fort Lee New Jersey?
 

Zam-Zam

Senator
That 19.5 billion in tax losses is a shocker. that alone is worth reading your entire post.

if 50% do leave in 4 years, where do they say they'll go? Fort Lee New Jersey?
Ask and ye shall receive:


No surprise, people are moving to Florida and Texas

Texas, Florida and the Carolinas came out on top


No surprise, people are moving to Florida and Texas - RealTrends


Also:

More than half a million people left New York in 2022. Here's where they resettled.

About 545,500 residents left New York last year, heading for Florida, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania. Few moved to states like Wyoming, Montana, Iowa and Mississippi.


Half a million New Yorkers left state in 2022. Where they went and why. (usatoday.com)
 
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Zam-Zam

Senator
Follow-up: Why people are deserting New York:

These statistics make sense to anyone living in these places. The costly living expenses, crumbling infrastructure and high tax rates are a big problem for residents. If you live in NYC, you are forced to pay exorbitant taxes. The schools, bridges, tunnels, trains, airports and hospitals are falling apart. Casually walk the streets of NYC and you’ll notice that they are crowded and dirty. It's likely that you’ll see or be confronted by homeless people who clearly display symptoms of serious yet untreated mental or physical issues. The politicians running the city feel that it's more humane to let them to live on the streets, as opposed to being treated in appropriate facilities. The crime rate has risen. To top off the misery, it's cold and snowy in the winter and oppressively hot and humid in the summer.


New Yorkers Are Leaving The City In Droves: Here's Why They're Moving And Where They're Going (forbes.com)
 
Not unlike California:

New York Faces Exodus as Residents Plan to Leave State

New York City could face a mass exodus of residents in the near future, as a recent survey shows that only 30 percent of New Yorkers think the quality of life in the city is good and only 50 percent plan on staying in the city in the next four years.

In its first post-pandemic resident survey, published on Tuesday, the nonpartisan, nonprofit think tank Citizen Budget Commission (CBC) found that unhappiness has grown among residents of the Big Apple between 2017 and 2023. The survey includes responses from over 6,600 New Yorkers, only half of whom said they plan to stay in the city until after 2028.

But why do residents want to leave? The reasons that emerged from the survey show that New Yorkers feel more unsafe in the city in 2023 than they did six years before, they're unsatisfied with many public services, public education, the cleanliness of their neighborhoods and the traffic.



Complete text: New York Faces Exodus as Residents Plan to Leave State (msn.com)

And for New York, there is a cost:


New York loses $19.5 billion in population exodus, IRS confirms

New York loses $19.5 billion in population exodus, IRS confirms | New York | thecentersquare.com



You lose tax revenue, so you cut services. That negatively impacts quality of life, so more people leave, which causes you to lose more tax revenue. Rinse and repeat.

Another leftist paradise.
Makes one wonder. Just what did the left think would happen once they placed homeless and illegals over it's tax paying citizens.
 

Dawg

President
Supporting Member
Makes one wonder. Just what did the left think would happen once they placed homeless and illegals over it's tax paying citizens.
Especially Homeless Veterans
Mass are housing illegals in old Veterans home that Vets paid to stay in but illegals stay for FREE

Hoe many mail-in ballots will be in other than English
 

Jack4freedom

Governor
Not unlike California:

New York Faces Exodus as Residents Plan to Leave State

New York City could face a mass exodus of residents in the near future, as a recent survey shows that only 30 percent of New Yorkers think the quality of life in the city is good and only 50 percent plan on staying in the city in the next four years.

In its first post-pandemic resident survey, published on Tuesday, the nonpartisan, nonprofit think tank Citizen Budget Commission (CBC) found that unhappiness has grown among residents of the Big Apple between 2017 and 2023. The survey includes responses from over 6,600 New Yorkers, only half of whom said they plan to stay in the city until after 2028.

But why do residents want to leave? The reasons that emerged from the survey show that New Yorkers feel more unsafe in the city in 2023 than they did six years before, they're unsatisfied with many public services, public education, the cleanliness of their neighborhoods and the traffic.



Complete text: New York Faces Exodus as Residents Plan to Leave State (msn.com)

And for New York, there is a cost:


New York loses $19.5 billion in population exodus, IRS confirms

New York loses $19.5 billion in population exodus, IRS confirms | New York | thecentersquare.com



You lose tax revenue, so you cut services. That negatively impacts quality of life, so more people leave, which causes you to lose more tax revenue. Rinse and repeat.

Another leftist paradise.
Yes, New York and California are in BIG TROUBLE! I hope you and all your fellow alarmists stay the hell out of those two horrible places. Especially California. The sky is falling! How truthy you truly are Zam!

Judging from the past, I’d say that once all the whiney, Trumpy ass holes clear out they will be replaced by hard working imigrants from around the world, population will be restored and business will pick up, surpass productivity and set new records. New York is and has been for decades, the greatest city in the world and world financial Capitol. Los Angeles is probably the second greatest city in the world but when combined with Orange, Ventura, Riverside and San Bernardino Counties it is the greatest place to live in the US. Funny how people whose favorite political party can no longer compete in places like California and New York are always trashing those places instead of finding policies or candidates who can compete.
 

Halo

Council Member
Not unlike California:

New York Faces Exodus as Residents Plan to Leave State

New York City could face a mass exodus of residents in the near future, as a recent survey shows that only 30 percent of New Yorkers think the quality of life in the city is good and only 50 percent plan on staying in the city in the next four years.

In its first post-pandemic resident survey, published on Tuesday, the nonpartisan, nonprofit think tank Citizen Budget Commission (CBC) found that unhappiness has grown among residents of the Big Apple between 2017 and 2023. The survey includes responses from over 6,600 New Yorkers, only half of whom said they plan to stay in the city until after 2028.

But why do residents want to leave? The reasons that emerged from the survey show that New Yorkers feel more unsafe in the city in 2023 than they did six years before, they're unsatisfied with many public services, public education, the cleanliness of their neighborhoods and the traffic.



Complete text: New York Faces Exodus as Residents Plan to Leave State (msn.com)

And for New York, there is a cost:


New York loses $19.5 billion in population exodus, IRS confirms

New York loses $19.5 billion in population exodus, IRS confirms | New York | thecentersquare.com



You lose tax revenue, so you cut services. That negatively impacts quality of life, so more people leave, which causes you to lose more tax revenue. Rinse and repeat.

Another leftist paradise.
Empty building :: illegal aliens. Problem solved think the Democrats.


There is nothing the Demon...rats touch that doesn't turn into human excrement. They've got the reverse-Midas touch ha ha
 

Colorforms

Senator
Yes, New York and California are in BIG TROUBLE! I hope you and all your fellow alarmists stay the hell out of those two horrible places. Especially California. The sky is falling! How truthy you truly are Zam!

Judging from the past, I’d say that once all the whiney, Trumpy ass holes clear out they will be replaced by hard working imigrants from around the world, population will be restored and business will pick up, surpass productivity and set new records. New York is and has been for decades, the greatest city in the world and world financial Capitol. Los Angeles is probably the second greatest city in the world but when combined with Orange, Ventura, Riverside and San Bernardino Counties it is the greatest place to live in the US. Funny how people whose favorite political party can no longer compete in places like California and New York are always trashing those places instead of finding policies or candidates who can compete.
That would be great. Then all of those "hard working immigrants" can be the ones to support all of the Biden illegals who are using our schooling, healthcare, and welfare systems. The rest of us can look after legal American citizens.
 
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