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【World Property Journal】California Population Exit May Contribute 51,000 New Democratic Votes for Arizona Swing State

【World Property Journal】California Population Exit May Contribute 51,000 New Democratic Votes for Arizona Swing State

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According to a new report by Redfin, people moving out of California to Arizona and Nevada -- including newly remote workers seeking more affordable homes -- could play a part in those swing states voting Democrat in this year's presidential election. Yet wealthy retirees moving from the Northeast to North Carolina and Florida could factor into potential Republican victories in those states.

Arizona, where President Trump won by a margin of roughly 91,000 votes in 2016, has gained 51,000 more registered Democrats than Republicans over the last four years. Arizona has also added 49,000 voters registered with a party other than Democrat or Republican--referred to as "other" throughout the rest of this report--since the 2016 presidential election. That could benefit Democrats because Independent voters--who make up a significant portion of "other" voters--may be more likely to lean left this year: Joe Biden is leading by a 31-point margin among Independents in Arizona, according to a recent poll, and he's also leading among Independents in other states.
 

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