Wait, Why Are We Here Again?: California Ranks 2nd in Nation for Outbound Moves

Wait, Why Are We Here Again?: California Ranks 2nd in Nation for Outbound Moves


The Democrat stronghold of California ranks second in the nation for outbound moves, according to a new Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago report.

California lost 352,000 residents between April 2020 and January 2022, according to the state’s Department of Finance statistics. The departure of hundreds of thousands of California residents comes after the state lost a congressional seat for the first time in history due to its below-average population increase from 2010 to 2020.

The Democrat-run cities of San Francisco and Los Angeles rank first and second in the nation for outbound moves. California residents are fleeing the state in droves due to its extremely high cost of living, housing prices, crime rates, and homelessness rates.

The data shows that Los Angeles residents left the city

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