Money line . . .
"The percentage of Americans saying they want to live in cities dropped 55 percent in just two years, down to barely 13 percent. Rather than the much ballyhooed “back to the city” movement, we are entering what Zillow describes as “a great reshuffling” to suburbs, smaller cities, and less expensive states."
Read more and remember that "Three Light" is now mostly a rumor among jealous hipsters:
How progressive policies have failed the working class and minorities The prospect of untrammeled progressive power, particularly with a malleable Joe Biden in the White House, may seem depressing for conservatives or even old-style liberals, who are concerned by the Left's increasingly censorious and authoritarian bent.