Survey: 46% of Bay Area Voters Will 'Likely Leave in the Next Few Years'

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In a recent survey by The Bay Area Council, 46 percent of voters said they are likely to move out of the Bay Area in the next few years. The reasons given for wanting to leave: the housing crisis, traffic and homelessness. Forum discusses the poll's findings and we want to hear from you: are you considering leaving the Bay Area? Why or why not? And if you were to leave, where would you go?

Guests:
Jim Wunderman,
president and CEO, Bay Area Council

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