High taxes, brutal cops, swarms of homeless taking over communities, and a hepatitis pandemic sweeping the sate…who needs this!
California continues to see more folks moving elsewhere in the nation rather than relocating here, a sign the state looks relatively unappealing to others.
Last year, California had 142,932 more residents exit to live in other states than arrive, according to an analysis of a new report from the U.S. Census Bureau.
This “domestic net outmigration” was the second-largest outflow in the nation behind New York and just ahead of Illinois and New Jersey. And it was up 11 percent (13,699 net departures) vs. 2015.