California's Population Declines For The Second Year In A Row

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According to new research from the University of California at Berkeley’s California Policy Lab, California's population has declined for the second year in a row.

Per the report, nearly 173,000 people left the Golden state, which increased by 12 percent since March 2020 and September 2021.

Los Angeles County and the Bay Area lost the most. In total more than 67,000 people left the Los Angeles area and about 64,000 left the Bay Area. It's being said that this is the first time that both cities have lost significant population in the same year.

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