According to a recent poll, many people are considering moving away from California.
A recent survey of over 1,350 persons gathered by a coalition of California nonprofit organizations found that the state’s liberal policies were a major factor in the decision to leave the state.
The report shows Californians’ divergent opinions on their state’s future reflect the state’s sharp political lines. Among Republicans, 83 percent believed it was on the wrong path, while roughly twenty percent of Democrats concurred. But economic concerns top the list for Californians.
According to the poll, costs associated with housing, healthcare, and basic needs have 81% of residents overwhelmingly dissatisfied.
Only 28% of families with incomes between $50,000 and $100,000 are confident in their ability to save enough for retirement. From a survey conducted in 2020, 54% of respondents said they were capable of doing both. It shows a significant drop.
Reports show that U.S. Census statistics analysis revealed a 21% drop in San Francisco inhabitants aged 25–29 between 2020 and 2022.
Most people aren’t surprised by the mass migration out of California, but thanks to Governor Gavin Newsom, nearly 1 million people have left for freer states.
A report stated that the number of persons departing California during the period from April 2020 and July 2022 was more than the number of people arriving in the state at the time by roughly 700,000. The California Globe has covered the mass migration of companies and citizens from California to more economically sound states for years.
The top five states for outward migration in 2021 were all blue states led by Democrats, including California, while the top five states for inward migration were all red states run by Republicans.
Allied Van Lines Company reported in 2020 that only 40% of people moved to California, while over 60% of people left the state.
California is bleeding so many of its citizens and business.