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Californians are moving out of the Golden State faster than new people are coming in...

Californians are moving out of the Golden State faster than new people are coming in with crime-plagued San Francisco is getting hit especially hard by the exodus.
All 58 counties observed a slump in newcomers, the nonpartisan thinktank California Policy Lab revealed Wednesday.
The number of people moving to the Democratic state dropped 38 percent since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic while the amount leaving California spiked by 12 percent.
The most significant plunge happened in Northern California, where 45 percent fewer out-of-staters moved into the Bay Area in September than in early 2020, the nonpartisan thinktank found.
Declines in San Francisco County hit 53 percent; in San Clara Clara County 52 percent; and in San Mateo Count 48 percent.
‘Domestic entrances are down across the state, but the Bay Area has seen the biggest drop,’ report co-author Evan White said in a release. ‘San Francisco, San Mateo, and Santa Clara counties have all lost population to migration for the first time since at least 2016 because of these new patterns.’
Report authors did not speculate why the San Francisco area was disproportionately represented in the exodus trend. But it’s been widely reported that residents there are increasingly tired of the growing crime rate and sense of lawlessness among some taking advantage of the city’s lax shoplifting laws. 

The amount of Bay Area residents leaving the state jumped 21 percent during the timeframe, compared with a one percent increase in the Northern California region. The chart above shows the entry rate before, during, and after the pandemic

 

Every single county in California has observed a decrease in new entrants this year. The chart above depicts the exit rate among counties before before, during, and after the pandemic

The number of people moving to the Democratic state dropped 38 percent since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic while the amount leaving California spiked 12 percent, according to researchers’ findings

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California has suffered some high-profile exits throughout the past year, including Tesla boss Elon Musk, who confirmed last December he relocated to Texas following a feud with state lawmakers over pandemic-related government shutdowns. 
He moved Tesla’s headquarters to the Lone Star state as well. 
Podcaster Joe Rogan also made the move to Texas last year as Hollywood darlings Tom and Rita Hanks secured Greek citizenship. 
YouTube personality Dave Rubin said he too is making plans to get out of the Gov. Gavin Newsom-led state.
‘I am officially leaving the dystopian nightmare of California for the free state of Florida,’ Rubin tweeted December 13. ‘My successful business and all my employees are coming with me.’ 
 

Elon Musk on Twitter announced he was moving Tesla’s headquarters to Texas; he also relocated to the Lone Star state amid a feud over pandemic-related government restrictions

Podcaster Dave Rubin announced he, too, was leaving the west coast for Florida. On his way out the door he blasted Gov. Gavin Newsom for the state becoming a ‘dystopian nightmare’

Researchers used anonymized credit bureau information to track the amount of people entering and exiting California, and said all 58 counties experienced fewer people moving in since early 2020. 
The amount of Bay Area residents leaving the state jumped 21 percent during the timeframe, compared with a one percent increase in the Northern California region.
Overall, the amount of movers who left  California reached 20.3 percent at the end of September, outpacing the 16.3 percent who made the leap in 2016.
Others also lashed out at Newsom over the report, including state Assemblyman Kevin Kiley, who ran against him in the September recall election.
‘The California Exodus is rapidly accelerating,’ Kiley tweeted. ‘Net departures from our state have doubled since Newsom began the State of Emergency.’
Newsom defended the state during an October 2020 conference call with reporters.
‘We’ve been enjoying economic prosperity the likes of which few states have enjoyed,’ he said, citing record surpluses, reserves, and startups.
‘The balance sheet of the state is extraordinary, our competitiveness is second to none, the international status we enjoy as a brand and our compacity to compete also is best of class. I am very confident in our ability to continue to prosper well into the future.’

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Governor Gavin Newsom said he’s confident in California’s ability to ‘prosper well into the future’

During first-quarter 2020, 60,000 more people left California than moved in. By third-quarter 2021, the number more than doubled with a total of 150,000 departures.
While state exits are up ‘slightly’ compared to pre-pandemic times, they’re not much higher than researchers studying long-term trends expected, said report co-author Natalie Holmes. 
‘There’s been a slow, steady increase in the number of people leaving California for other US states over the past decade,’ Holmes told DailyMail.com. ‘What surprised me more was the drop in new entrances to California from other US states.’  
She said the report did not dive into the reasoning behind the trend.  
‘These are all important questions, which we’d love to dig into in the future,’ Holmes said. ‘There are many, complicated reasons that people choose to live where they do–and whether and when to move. Some of these include work (including whether this can be done remotely), proximity to family and support networks, school quality, access to various amenities, and housing affordability.’

San Francisco is experiencing a rise in smash-and-grab lootings and windows are pictured boarded up

Across San Francisco, there were 3,375 reports of larceny theft, the majority being car break-ins, last month

Across San Francisco, there were 3,375 reports of larceny theft, the majority being car break-ins, as of November 28. San Francisco Police Department’s Central District recorded the most car smash-and-grabs, recording 876 last month. 
Meanwhile, there was a terrifying 15 per cent increase in homicide across the city compared to last year, with 53 cases recorded so far this year alone, compared with 46 the year before.
Assault in the city also increased by more than 9 per cent from 2,075 last year to 2,2271 cases this year, while overall crimes shot up by 10.2 per cent.
Larceny theft also saw a massive 18.3 per cent increase from 24,474 to 28,947, according to crime statistics released by the San Francisco Police Department.
But robbery and rape across San Francisco decreased when compared with the year before, with robbery cases falling by 5 per cent and rape dropping by more than 13 per cent.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, speaking Wednesday, slammed the ‘attitude of lawlessness’ sweeping the nation, citing the mobs of robbers have targeted luxury boutiques in her hometown of San Francisco and stores in other cities.   
‘It’s absolutely outrageous. Obviously, it cannot continue,’ Pelosi said Wednesday. ‘We cannot have that lawlessness become the norm. And these people have – they coordinate with each other. And they plan traffic patterns and the rest, so that they can reach their goal and depart very quickly.’

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