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What do New York, San Francisco and Chicago all have in common? They’re all willing victims of socialism.
The far-left political ideologies that have consumed these cities are now driving them deep into financial ruin — and citizens are fleeing in greater numbers every year. Whether it’s a lack of job opportunity, exorbitantly expensive housing costs, or high taxes, there’s no shortage of bones to pick with socialist policies. While liberals may herald socialism as the progressive dream, its ideologies don’t hold up very well in the real world.
Evidence - Mass - Migration - States - Cities
There is no stronger evidence of that than the mass migration from the most liberal states and cities in the union. New York, San Francisco, and Chicago are among the hardest hit — and it’s easy to see why. Citizens say high taxes, exorbitant costs of living and poor job prospects are driving them to look for new places to live.
The authoritarian, socialist left-wing has been ravaging American states and cities for years, and now, Democrat politicians are reaping what they sow: Citizens around the country are engaging in a mass exodus from liberal cities.
Report - Shows - State - Illinois - Population
As a recent report shows, the state of Illinois has now been suffering population decline for five years in a row.
Mary Miller, a 44-year-old Illinois native, told Chicago Tribune exactly what drove her to move across the country. “It’s taxes. It’s corruption. It’s politics,” she said. Census data shows she wasn’t alone: Over 45,000 Illinois residents fled the state between 2017 and 2018.
Estimates - City - Chicago - People - Day
Estimates suggest the city of Chicago is losing 156 people every day. As a whole, Illinois suffered one of the greatest population losses in the country during 2018 — second only to New York.
According to reports, New York lost a net total of 48,510 residents between July 2017 and July 2018. Out-migration, or the moving from one...
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"Tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive." C.S. Lewis