Californians are moving out of the state at a faster rate, with Texas, Washington, and Florida being the top destinations. That's according to a study from the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, which suggests that the coronavirus pandemic has accelerated the long-term migration out of the Golden State. Researchers examined moving patterns across the US over the last two years. The findings confirmed that residents moved out of California at a rate of just over 59% in 2020-21, compared to just over 56% in 2018-19.
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