New York led the nation over the last decade in the exodus of people, a hit of $45.6 billion in personal income from New York’s economy, the national Tax Foundation found.
The report is similar to ones down by the Empire Center for New York State Policy, which has reported that New York is getting older and smaller.
California the second-largest income loser, down $29.4 billion, followed by Illinois, down $20.4 billion, according to the Tax Foundation, a business-backed conservative group.
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