It's been one month since Hurricane Maria tore through Puerto Rico, and a large swath of the United States territory remains without power, running water, and cell phone service.
The exodus would have a devastating impact on the island's already stagnant and flailing economy.
It suggests that by 2019, up to 470,335 residents could have left for the USA mainland, mostly to the states of Florida and NY.
Four weeks after Hurricane Maria crashed into Puerto Rico as a Category 4 storm, the island is still struggling to recover.
"Our projections indicate that Florida is the state most likely to be affected by the exodus".
Puerto Rico's Gov. Ricardo Rosselló said he's interested in incorporating more solar, batteries and microgrids into the territory's rebuilt grid.
Puig, who won Olympic gold in Rio last summer, said on Inside-out Tennis: 'It was unbelievable to see the support from other players and to see how much they really cared about what was going on.
He went as far as directly criticizing the Mayor of San Juan Carmen Yulin Cruz for asking for federal aid while she worked tirelessly to return the island to normalcy with the limited available resources.
"It is a laughable assertion given the crisis in Puerto Rico", Cuomo continued, before dinging Ryan for his jokes about Trump's conduct.
'I know that they will welcome her back with open arms as well and we're just going to try and do what we can to help the island'. "It was in many ways worse than anything people have ever seen", the president said, adding, "It was worse than Katrina".
He said others researchers had found Maria could lower Puerto Rican incomes by up to 20% over the next 15 years, a cost of $180 billion to the island's economy.