According to numbers released by the Internal Revenue Service, as more and more citizens flee the disastrous, failed blue states, the red states they are fleeing to gain billion in new tax revenue.

Naturally, Illinois and California are hardest hit.

IRS migration data released late last week shows that California lost more residents than any other state, with a net loss of nearly 332,000 people and more than $29 billion in adjusted gross income in 2021. The state with the second largest population loss is New York, which saw a net loss of over 262,000 residents and $24.5 billion in income. Illinois, meanwhile, suffered a net loss of 105,000 people in 2021 and $10.8 billion in income.

Other states saw population losses, albeit not to the same degree as the three most populous states.

Massachusetts, for example, had a net loss of 44,000 people and nearly $4.3 billion in income, while Louisiana lost 28,500 people and $861 million in income. New Jersey, which lost fewer people, had a higher income loss, with 26,000 fewer people and $3.8 billion less in income.

The biggest losers? Mostly blue states, with California, Illinois, New York, Massachusetts, and Louisiana ranking at the top.

The biggest winners? All red states, with Florida, Texas, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee at the top.

No one wants to live in a blue state.

And for good reason.

Cross-Posted with iPatriot