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People fleeing lockdown oppression?

According to a recent report by one of America’s largest moving companies, United Van Lines, South Dakota has seen a large influx of people moving into the state. Of course, South Dakota’s Republican Governor, Kristi Noem, was one of the few state leaders that did not implement an oppressive Covid-1984 style lockdown. People still had their freedom and jobs.

And according to the report, many of the people moving to South Dakota are fleeing states and cities that had restrictive lockdowns.

The Daily Wire explains:

South Dakota GOP Governor Kristi Noem’s rejection of instituting draconian “lockdowns” because of the coronavirus seems to be bearing fruit. In a survey conducted by United Van Lines in January that tracked customers’ 2020 state-to-state migration patterns, South Dakota ranked fourth in the nation, virtually tied for second behind the state of Idaho.“

Black Hills area realtors and builders say there’s an influx of people who are relocating permanently or buying land in the region — and the trend isn’t expected to slow anytime soon. Newcomers from California, Washington, New York, New Jersey, Washington, D.C., Texas, Michigan, Colorado and Virginia along with Minnesota, North Dakota and Wyoming are leading the trend of relocating to South Dakota, local realtors say,” the Rapid City Journal reported.

READ: Kristi Noem’s No-Lockdown Win: People Moving To South Dakota

RELATED: People are fleeing New York in droves, and now the state could lose a House seat — or two

AND it is not just people. READ: Wall Street Banks And Tech Companies Are Fleeing New York And California AND Texas and Florida could become the next business hubs as employers look to flee San Francisco and New York City

RELATED: Californians flee state in numbers so great it is projected to lose House seat and electoral vote for first time

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