It’s a New York state of decline.
The state has lost more than 191,000 residents to other states since last year, for a net loss of 1,894 people, newly released census data show.
It’s the first time the state’s population has dropped since 2006, the Empire Center for Public Policy reports.
The dip means New York has fallen even further behind Florida, the third-largest state, in population.
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