For state-to-state migration, Florida has now become the most popular destination in the United States for the past two years, with California coming in last both times.
Under the direction of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, a net of 454,227 individuals relocated to Florida during the past two years, whereas a net of -749,529 Californians left the Democratic bastion on the west coast under the leadership of California Governor Gavin Newsom.
Under Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, Americans who valued their freedom and wanted to flee blue states that had curtailed it during the COVID-19 outbreak found sanctuary in Florida.
Florida is witnessing a decrease in crime, while California is seeing an increase in crime.
These two states are heading in different directions.
With the state’s economy growing by just 1.2% in the first quarter of 2023, California has also been at the center of recent concerns that the United States may be entering a recession.
On November 30, DeSantis and Newsom are scheduled to engage in a 90-minute discussion in Georgia as part of a Fox News special that will be hosted by Sean Hannity.
After Newsom persistently challenged DeSantis to a discussion, the event was organized.