New York city lost over 25,000 people a month between 2020 and 2021 due to dirty politics, strict and questionable COVID mandates and soaring crime. Official counts indicate a total of 305,465 citizens left.
Other Democrat controlled cities experienced similar population losses for that time period:
🔹Los Angeles (-40,537);
🔹Chicago, Illinois (-45,175);
🔹San Jose, California (-27,419);
🔹Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (-24,754);
🔹Dallas, Texas (-14,777);
🔹Houston, Texas (-11,777);
🔹Indianapolis, Indiana (-5,343)
🔹San Diego, California (-3,783);
🔹Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco lost roughly 6.3% of its population in 2021, the highest-percentage loss of any U.S. city.
Illegal immigration appears to be another cause of citizens leaving.
“While only 4% of all cities and towns had a population of 50,000 or more in 2021, collectively they contained 129.3 million people — nearly 39% of the U.S. population,” said Crystal Delbé, a statistician in the Population Division at the Census Bureau. “On the other hand, of the 19,494 incorporated places in the United States, more than 75% had fewer than 5,000 people.”
Fastest Growing by Percentage
Arizona, Texas, Florida and Idaho all had several places among the 15 fastest-growing cities or towns:
🔹Georgetown, Texas, had the largest growth from July 2020 to July 2021, increasing by 10.5%, a rate of growth which would double the population in less than seven years.
🔹 Leander, Texas (10.1%);
🔹Queen Creek Town, Arizona (8.9%);
🔹Buckeye, Arizona (8.6%);
🔹New Braunfels, Texas (8.3%).
🔹Fort Myers, Florida (6.8%),
🔹Casa Grande, Arizona (6.2%);
🔹Maricopa, Arizona (6.1%);
🔹North Port, Florida (5.5%);
🔹Spring Hill, Tennessee (5.4%);
🔹Goodyear, Arizona (5.4%); an
🔹Port St. Lucie, Florida (5.2%).
🔹Rounding out the list were three suburbs of Boise, Idaho: Meridian (5.2%), Caldwell (5.2%) and Nampa (5.0%).
Population Count Growth by People
🔹San Antonio, Texas, topped the list of the largest numeric gainers with an increase of 13,626 people between 2020 and 2021.
🔹Phoenix, Arizona (13,224);
🔹Fort Worth, Texas (12,916);
🔹Port St. Lucie, Florida (10,771);
🔹North Las Vegas, Nevada (9,917);
🔹Cape Coral, Florida (8,220);
🔹Buckeye, Arizona (8,001);
🔹Frisco, Texas (7,933);
🔹New Braunfels, Texas (7,538);
🔹Georgetown, Texas (7,193);
🔹Meridian, Idaho (6,234);
🔹Leander, Texas (6,159);
🔹Fort Meyers, Florida (5,891);
🔹Denton, Texas (5,844);
🔹McKinney, Texas (5,568).
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