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California's Population Is Moving Out, Census Report Shows (Video)

California's Population Is Moving Out, Census Report Shows (Video)

More people are moving out of the state than into the state, a new Census report shows

By Olga Spilewsky and Conan Nolan
Tuesday, Dec 11, 2012
Updated 4:00 PM PST

About 100,000 more people moved away from California in 2011 than relocated to the Golden State, according to the latest report from the U.S. Census Bureau.

The trend can be explained, in part, in monetary terms. Even in an economic boom, the cost of living in California has increased, prompting people to move out, and, in recent years, unemployment in the state has skyrocketed.

So, where are these former Californians going?

Read more: http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/Californias-Populati...




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After reading many of those comments...

it's refreshing to know that most of the country wants Texas to remain Texas and warns of the liberal infestation that happened in other states. From what I can tell, recently Texas has become even more red. Virtually everyone I know packs heat (even little old ladies) and if California transplants try to change things, they're going to have to deal with their PO'd neighbors. It ain't gonna' be pretty.