Report Shows 500,000 People Fled Woke California In Two Years

Rising house costs, overcrowding, and the increased crime rate, which were a result of woke policies, have forced over 500,000 people out of California post-pandemic.

According to The Los Angeles Times, the number of people who left California to settle in other cities surpassed those who moved into the state by over 700,000 between April 2020 and July 2022.

Although the state is renowned for the vast landmass that makes it the envy of other states, there’s been more than enough reasons for settlers to leave for other locations.

The pandemic that accelerated the popularity of remote Jobs has also contributed to the hundreds of thousands that have left the city. The work-from-home culture enables people to earn a living from the comforts of their homes.

According to census data, other states, such as New York, are also experiencing massive resident exodus. Data showed that New York, which is also another woke state, recorded the highest number of residents exodus.

Between mid-2021 and last July, over 211,000 people left California for other locations in the country. Being the largest county in the state, Los Angeles accounts for over half of the total number of residents who fled California during that period.

The quest for relocation has favored some states in the U.S. While people continue to move out of their locations in search of opportunities and low cost of living, some states have been on the receiving end of the departure.

According to CBS News, U.S. states that have experienced the highest influx post-pandemic have common similarities. The most prominent are booming job markets and affordable housing. In the past year, Florida, Texas, North Carolina, and South Carolina are the states with the highest number of new settlers.