Housing Costs Have Majority of Californians Considering a Move

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Fifty six percent of California voters surveyed in a UC Berkeley poll say they have considered moving to escape rising housing costs. A quarter of respondents said that they would most likely leave the state if they were to relocate. In this segment, Forum talks about California's affordability crisis and what it means for the future of the state. And we want to hear from you: have you considered leaving California because of housing costs? Why or why not? And if you have already left, how is life outside the Golden State?

Guests:
Mark DiCamillo, director, Berkeley Institute for Governmental Studies (IGS) Poll
Jim Wunderman, president and CEO, Bay Area Council

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