Many people were vocalized wanting to move out of the country when Donald Trump was elected -- and while data has yet to materialize about people leaving the land of the free, a new report suggests the 2016 election has had an impact on people entering the U.S.
Data compiled by Movehub, which analyzed more than 350,000 moving enquiries from April 2016 to April 2017, has found that for the first time in nearly four years, the number of people moving from other countries into the U.S. has decreased significantly.
Over the past year, those wishing to emigrate to America has dropped a whopping 10 percent. The country to see the biggest drop was England -- moves from England to the U.S. fell an astounding 40 percent from March 2016 to March 2017.
Ben Tyrell, head of Movehub, notes:
"The U.S. has always been a firm favorite for people within Europe and Britain in particular, thanks to our similar cultures and shared language, but we are seeing a drop in move requests even from the UK this year, which is surprising."
While the statistics could be coincidental, further research suggests otherwise. When asked about their attitudes emigrating to the U.S., 25 percent of foreigners surveyed listed President Trump as a reason to avoid pursuing the American Dream.
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