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Infographic How Many People Left New York Since The Pandemic

  • COVID-19 took out USD 34B in revenue from the Big Apple
  • Around 3.5 million people moved to NYC from January 1 to December 7, 2020
  • However, around 3.57 people from from NYC area in the same period as well
  • This number is more emigrants than the entire population of any other US city except Los Angeles
  • A paper studied the impact of migration on 3 NYC neighborhoods
    • New York
      • Immigration: 3,500,000
      • Emigration: 3,570,000
      • Net Migration: -70,000
      • Income Inflow: USD 274,000,000,000
      • Income Outflow: USD 298,000,000,000
      • Net Income Loss: USD -34,000,000,000
    • Williamsburg
      • Immigration: 13,000
      • Emigration: 19,000
      • Net Migration: -6,000
      • Income Inflow: USD 1,000,000,000
      • Income Outflow: USD 1,330,000,000
      • Net Income Loss: USD -330,000,000
    • Astoria
      • Immigration: 14,000
      • Emigration: 19,000
      • Net Migration: -5,000
      • Income Inflow: USD 1,000,000,000
      • Income Outflow: USD 1,290,000,000
      • Net Income Loss: USD – 290,000,000
    • Tribeca
      • Immigration:4,500
      • Emigration: 8,000
      • Net Migration: -3,500
      • Income Inflow: USD 00,000,000
      • Income Outflow:USD 1,600,000,000
      • Net Income Loss: USD -1,000,000,000
  • New York is included amongst the top outbound states for relocation this 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
    • Washington, D.C.
    • New York
    • Nevada
    • Oregon
    • Delaware
    • California
    • Minnesota
    • Massachusetts
    • Florida
    • Washington
  • Here are the states that are popular inbound locations for those moving from New York and other populated areas.
    • Vermont
    • North Dakota
    • Connecticut
    • Montana
    • Michigan
    • Arkansas
    • Oregon
    • Massachusetts
    • Ohio
    • Utah