Ron DeSantis was handed one big victory that sent Democrats into a fit of rage
Florida is becoming the blueprint for the rest of the country under Ron DeSantis. The Sunshine State is becoming the…
Florida is becoming the blueprint for the rest of the country under Ron DeSantis.
The Sunshine State is becoming the destination for people and businesses.
And Ron DeSantis was handed one big victory that sent Democrats into a fit of rage.
Florida is experiencing an economic boom under the leadership of Governor Ron DeSantis.
Jobs and businesses started flocking to the Sunshine State during the pandemic after he stood up to the Fauci-backed lockdowns.
The low taxes and reasonable regulations along with family-friendly policies have made Florida a top destination to start a business.
Now a study from WalletHub confirms that Florida’s major cities are the best place to start a business this year.
WalletHub studied the biggest metro areas in the country using 19 metrics to determine which big cities are the best place to launch a new business.
Florida’s cities ranked high on their list with Orlando taking the crown as the best big city to start a business in the country thanks to its low costs, pro-business environment and access to resources.
Jacksonville was number two followed by Miami at three and Tampa at four.
The rest of the top were in the Republican-leaning states of North Carolina, Idaho, Georgia, and Texas.
WalletHub’s study compared cities based on their access to resources, business costs and the business environment.
Washington, D.C. finished dead last in the study and New York City finished 97th out of 100.
Florida is thriving while blue states are still reeling from the damage caused by lockdowns and the Biden economy.
As residents and businesses flee high-tax and heavy regulation blue states, Florida is the big winner.
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) data found that New York and California lost more than $90 billion in income from taxpayers moving to other states during the pandemic.
Florida gained a net 128,000 households in 2021, who brought over $39 billion in income with them to the state, according to the IRS’s data.
That was a big gain from the $28 billion in income that moved into the state during 2020.
Florida’s gain was built on residents escaping from the failed leadership of blue states.
Almost one third of Florida’s gain, or roughly $10 billion, came from the Democrat-dominated states of Illinois, New Jersey, New York, and California.
Job creation is booming in Florida with the state surpassing New York in total jobs for the first time in the history of the Bureau of Labor’s statistics.
Businesses and residents are voting with their feet and moving to Florida under the successful conservative leadership of Ron DeSantis.