Study: Residents leaving San Francisco in droves; many head to Texas, Florida

Study: Residents leaving San Francisco in droves; many head to Texas, Florida
The streets of San Francisco (Image: Daily Caller video screen grab)

[Ed. – The majority, to the relief of Texas and Florida, just move across I-80 to Sacramento.  The study naturally declines to notice the elephant in the room; i.e., the increasingly awful quality of life in a city covered with feces.  It attributes the moves to factors like the pandemic and a population aging out of nightlife-oriented youth, and into family-oriented suburban culture.]

San Francisco residents are abandoning the city in droves, with a large number leaving to Texas and Florida, according to a report released Thursday by the commercial realty firm CBRE Group.

The city lost the most residents out of every major city between 2019 and 2020, with 70 percent moving to nearby Sacramento, according to data that was gathered from the United States Postal Service records through a Freedom of Information Act request.

Moves to Texas increased by 32.1 percent and to Florida by 46.2 percent.

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