Johnson County Stays Losing Money Amid Worsening Inflation & Rising Taxes

A conservative blog crunches these Golden Ghetto numbers and predicts economic doom for voters who have ALSO been moving away from the GOP message and lackluster candidates . . . Check-it . . .

"Between 2017 and 2021 Johnson County suffered a net loss of $227.5 million in AGI, having had net losses in four of the last five years.  It is also noteworthy that net migration into Johnson County from other parts of Kansas has dramatically slowed over the last five years and it was barely positive in 2022."

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IRS migration data: taxpayers flee high-tax jurisdictions like Johnson County - The Sentinel

The Wall Street Journal recently that Internal Revenue Service (IRS) from 2021, the most recent year available, shows an accelerating trend of residents fleeing deep blue states. As an example, the cited Illinois, where a net of 105,000 residents exited the state along with roughly $10.9 billion in adjusted gross income.