America’s Finest City is often called one of the most desirable places to live in the nation, but many residents think about moving away.
More than half of registered voters in San Diego and Orange counties have considered leaving California because of high housing costs, said a poll from U.C. Berkeley’s governmental studies school.
The poll interviewed 1,200 voters across the state and combined Orange and San Diego counties in one category. It released the data earlier this week.
It said 55 percent of voters in the San Diego and Orange region consider housing affordability extremely serious; 30 percent somewhat serious; 10 percent not serious; and 1 percent had no opinion.
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