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The study finds no mass exodus from California in 2020. Here’s a look-by-county look

According to research by a nonpartisan think-tank, the common notion that there was a mass exodus from California last year is a misconception, with most of the moves during 2020 occurring within the state, the California Policy Lab said Thursday. The group said in a statement the biggest change statewide is that fewer people have moved to California, and lab researchers used a data set of quarterly credit bureau information called the University of California Consumer Credit Panel to analyze where people from each county in California moved next. . The coronavirus pandemic struck a year ago. “While it is clear that a mass exodus from California did not happen in 2020, the pandemic has changed some historical patterns, for example, fewer people have moved into the state to replace those who have left,” says writer Natalie Holmes. “At the county level, San Francisco is experiencing a unique and exciting mass migration, which has caused a 50% or 100% increase in Bay Area immigration to some counties in the Sierra,” Holmes said. The end of last March and the end of 2020 increased by 649%, compared to the same period in 2019. About two-thirds remained within the San Francisco Bay Area economic zone, which includes 11 counties, and 80% remained in California. Below:

There’s a misconception that there was a mass exodus from California last year, according to research by a nonpartisan think tank.

Most of the movements during the year 2020 occurred within the country. The California Policy Lab said Thursday.

The group said in a statement that the departure from the state was in line with historical patterns, but the biggest change statewide is that fewer people have moved to California.

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The lab researchers used a data set from quarterly credit bureau information called the UCSC Consumer Credit Panel to analyze where people from each California county moved after the coronavirus pandemic spread a year ago.

“While it is clear that a mass exodus from California did not occur in 2020, the epidemic has changed some historical patterns, for example, fewer people have moved into the state to replace those who have left,” said writer Natalie Holmes.

“At the county level, San Francisco is experiencing a unique and exciting mass migration, which has caused a 50% or 100% increase in immigration to the Bay Area for some counties in the Sierra,” Holmes said.

Net exits from San Francisco between the end of last March and the end of 2020 increased by 649%, compared to the same period in 2019. About two-thirds remained within the San Francisco Bay Economic Area consisting of 11 counties, and 80% remained in the San Francisco Bay Economic Area. California.

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