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Record Number of New Yorkers Fled to Florida in 2022

Blue New York lost tens of thousands of residents to Florida in 2022, reaching historic figures, according to data from the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.

Populations Dropped in 3 Chinese Counties in 2020

Census data for three counties in China’s southeast Sichuan Province revealed that the population drop during the first year of the pandemic was as high as 22 percent.

Republican Wants to ‘Include,’ Give ‘Dignity’ to ’15 Million’ Illegal Immigrants: WEF Davos Summit (Video)

"Include them and make them dignified members of our community," GOP Rep. Salazar says.

China Records 1st Population Fall in Decades as Births Drop

China’s population shrank for the first time in decades last year as its birthrate plunged, official figures showed Tuesday, adding to pressure on leaders to keep the economy growing despite an aging workforce and at a time of rising tension with the U.S.

Conservatives Can Address the Election Disparity (And Maybe Even Start Winning)

In the aftermath of an underwhelming performance by Republicans in the 2022 election, demands have echoed across the internet for conservative leaders to develop a ballot-harvesting and voter-mobilization infrastructure comparable to the Left’s.

11 States Will Cut Individual Income Taxes in 2023

Eleven states will reduce their individual income tax rates on Jan. 1.

Blue States California and New York Experience ‘Six-Figure’ Population Decrease

Both California and New York experienced a “six-figure” population decrease since 2020, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau.

Texas and Florida Lead United States Population Growth

New Census Bureau estimates.

Erroneous Statistics Favor Democrats, Manipulation Concerns Follow

Discrepancies in federal statistics have led some to speculate that metrics may not be nonpartisan.

Los Angeles Accused of Fabricating Artificially Low Homelessness Numbers

The Los Angeles Homelessness Services Authority, a joint commission created by the city and county of Los Angeles, released a report this week that was upbeat, claiming that the county had witnessed an increase in its homeless population of "only" 4.1 percent between 2020 and 2022, a significant dip from previous years.

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