Mass-Migration from Blue to Red States

As you read this article, bear in mind a couple of important caveats. Yes, it’s good that residents of these high-tax, high regulatory-burden deep blue States are wising up and moving out. But they are moving to predominantly red States. Although the majority of those fleeing aren’t leftists, they are more than likely liberal. And as they migrate enmasse to more conservative States, they bring with them their liberal ideas and ideology. So we end up with a migration of liberal voting blocks, which is why previously red States turn purple and eventually blue over time. Maybe red States need to expand their own border security.

from Zero Hedge:

According to the most recent Census Bureau data on state-to-state migration flows, 523,000 people moved to California from other states. But at the same time, more than 661,000 Californians moved to other states.

That is, on net, nearly 138,000 more people left California than moved into it from elsewhere in the US. read more