Study: San Francisco Loses More Residents In 2020 Than Any Other Major US City

A new study shows the liberal stronghold of San Francisco lost more residents between 2019 and 2020 than any other major US city.

In a report from the commercial realty firm CBRE Group, analysis shows that San Francisco los about 18 residents per 1,000 people in 2020, compared to losing just 9 residents out of every 1,000 the year prior.

The majority of those fleeing SF moved to other areas of California, however the number of people who moved to Texas increased by 32.1% between 2019 and 2020, and those who moved to Florida rose by 46.2%.

Tech companies moving to a work-from-home setting during the pandemic allowed employees to flee the city to less expensive and safe areas, causing the mass exodus.  As many as 89,000 households have left San Francisco between March and November of 2020.

It’s not just COVID that is chasing people away. The homeless population in the Bay Area city is exploding, with one report showing a 285% increase of homeless tents and structures in the Tenderloin District of San Francisco just from January to May of 2020.

The quality of life continues to decline in most large Democrat controlled cities. In 2020, SF burglaries went up by more than 46%, and motor vehicle thefts increased by 22%.

With a combination of bad policy by lawmakers and Marxist District Attorneys like SF’s Chesa Boudin, don’t expect people to begin moving to San Francisco anytime soon.

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Author: Ray Dietrich

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