There is no possibility.Since most movies and shows are filmed outside California anyway, it is possible that Disney might move all or most parts of the actual Disney Studios outside California.
However, the cost to actually move Disneyland would be astronomical, and it would also be impractical. There is a slim possibility that Disney might decide to close the Disneyland Resort and open a resort in another state. However, if that happened, it would basically be a brand new resort built from the ground up that might reuse parts of the Disneyland Resort. I wouldn't expect any rides to be moved outside of flat rides and ride vehicles that could be reused.
With how few attractions Disney has put into parks built in the last 30 years, I would absolute hate for Disneyland to get replaced by a brand new Disney park.
Friends parents and aunt/uncle retired out of the state (AZ) because they're sick of CA. Friend and husband moved to Tennessee and love it. Two other friends moved to Oregon and love it. Sister and brother in law are looking at Colorado and Texas.
My parents will be retiring to AZ (Prescott).
I visited my friends in Tennessee and it was great. The weather is bad yes... but every other aspect of life was much better (though culinary options were lacking). I would consider moving there...
People are moving from CA and will continue to do so as the state continues to unravel itself.
I personally would never want to live there but my friends that have moved there say that is sucks but you get used to it.Is there a single area of Texas that has weather that a person not from Texas could even remotely tolerate in the summer, much less want to go out of their way to experience?
The original comment said was- "Nobody wants to move to Texas or Nevada if you live in California." And I responded with sources showing that is not true. That's it.Disneyland is not moving from California. Whatever "California has failed policies and thats why everyone is leaving" trope is just wishful political thinking and has no place here.
1. New Jersey = 1,823 Covid Deaths Per 1 Million New Jerseyites
2. New York = 1,706 Covid Deaths Per 1 Million New Yorkers
3. Massachusetts = 1,343 Covid Deaths Per 1 Million Massachusettsans
16. Florida = 625 Covid Deaths Per 1 Million Floridians
26. California = 385 Covid Deaths Per 1 Million Californians
Ah, I always love the good ole' no one wants to live in California because it's too expensive argument. Supply and demand people... and it's not just the $1M+ houses that are flying off the market.
California added more than 180,000 people for the 12 months ending July 1. But more left the state, for a net migration loss of 39,500.www.vcstar.com
Looks like California will lose at least one seat in the House after the Census due to Outmigration.
Jessica Patterson, the new chair of the California Republican Party, pointed out that a contributing factor to the state’s declining population growth is people moving out of California because the state is unaffordable.
It's unaffordable, because there is a severe housing shortage in California that needs to be (and actually is finally) being addressed. That's why you're not seeing a huge swing in population in California, which is still, by a considerable margin, the most populous state in the USCA is losing a house seat mostly due to the way apportionment works, not because of a population decline (and in fact, between the 2010 census and 2020 census, CA's population will have increased by about 6%). Apportionment is the reasons why Californian's votes weigh less in Congress.
While much of the inbound migration to Boise comes from elsewhere in Idaho, many newcomers are from high-cost metros on the west coast. Per census data, 17,000 of the roughly 80,000 new Idaho residents in 2016 came from California. According to an analysis by Realtor.com, homebuyers from 82 California ZIP codes made up 4.5 percent of the page views for Boise real estate; many of them were concentrated near the Bay Area.
California is losing people at a fast clip. Between 2007 and 2016, the state lost 1 million residents who picked up and moved elsewhere in the U.S., about 2.5 percent of the state population (the state is still gaining population overall, due to births and immigration). The state lost 38,000 last year alone, part of a migration trend that’s speeding up (the state ranked 49th in total amount of domestic outmigration last year). A LinkedIn analysis of the last four years of profile data found that California professionals aged 55-64 are mostly likely to move to Phoenix, Seattle, Las Vegas, New York City, and Portland, Oregon.
Housing shortage?? Everywhere I drive in town they're building new townhouse complexes on every single available inch of land that isn't a road or new strip mall. I just keep wondering how many people keep actively moving here that they feel the need to keep building. Not to mention all the currently for-sale properties around here...
The saddest part of living in a SoCal suburb is that a house just sold near me for over $500,000 and it was a measely 2-bedroom at just over 1,000 sq ft. For that price, I could go to Texas, Ohio, Kentucky... etc. and get a brand-new construction 3,000+ sq ft home with land... and walk away with money in my pocket.
I see these numbers and can only LOL at anyone saying people aren't leaving......or at the least, aren't coming in. A simple Google search will direct you to real estate blogs with real stories about people selling their homes, cashing out, and moving out.
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