Econometer: Will California continue to see a population decrease?

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The San Diego Union-Tribune

California’s population shrank by 508,903 people during the first two years of the pandemic, second behind only New York. A half-million people leaving California, which has a population of more than 39 million, isn’t exactly a large-scale exodus — but it does have some policymakers concerned about the state’s future. Texas and Florida saw their populations increase during the same time period. Experts say the reasons for Californians leaving are high housing costs, congestion, crime and pollution. Some demographic experts have suggested much of the migration was the result of Californians “se…

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