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Blue States Lose Population While Red States See Massive Boom

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In 2023, population losses were observed in the blue states of Illinois, California, and New York, while population gains were seen in the red states of Texas, Florida, and North Carolina.

The political landscape in North Carolina is controlled by the GOP despite a Democratic governor.

Population boomed in Texas (73,453 new residents), Florida (365,205), and North Carolina (139,526). (Trending: Judge Announces Historic Ruling In Jeffrey Epstein Case)

Comparing 2022 to 2023 populations, significant losses were recorded in blue states, while population boomed in red states.

Of the eight states that lost population, only two were red: West Virginia and Louisiana.

Here’s the full list of state were population decreased:

• West Virginia: -3,964
• Hawaii: -4,261
• Oregon: -6,021
• Pennsylvania: -10,408
• Louisiana: -14,274
• Illinois: -32,826
• California: -75,423
• New York: -101,984

Additionally, neighboring states slightly redder than Illinois gained residents.

The left is attributing the migration from blue states to climate change, suggesting that more socialism would attract people to blue cities and states.

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