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California’s Plunging Birth Rates

By Hans Johnson

7 days ago ... A rate of 2.1 children per woman is necessary to maintain a population at its current level (immigration and migration aside).

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Immigrants in California

By Cesar Alesi Perez, Marisol Cuellar Mejia, Hans Johnson

7 days ago ... In 2021, more than half (55%) of California's immigrants were naturalized US citizens. Data from the Center for Migration Studies shows that 78% ...

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California’s Population

By Hans Johnson, Eric McGhee, Marisol Cuellar Mejia

The number of residents moving to other states reached its highest level ever during the pandemic, and international migration fell to its lowest level in ...

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California’s Native American Community

By Eric McGhee

Nov 15, 2022 ... Several states west of the Mississippi have native communities substantially larger than 5% of their populations. Migration, intermarriage, and ...

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Who Is the California Voter?

By Stephanie Barton

Nov 8, 2022 ... Furthermore, people are leaving California, migrating to other states or moving from one region to another. These and other population ...

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Poverty in California

By Caroline Danielson, Patricia Malagon, Sarah Bohn

Oct 26, 2022 ... Poverty rates fell during the pandemic—especially for children—but a considerable share of Californians still live near or under the poverty ...


Making Sense of California’s Economy

By Sarah Bohn, Marisol Cuellar Mejia, Julien Lafortune, Vicki Hsieh

In the face of long-term demographic factors like the aging population, a slowdown in immigration, and increased migration out of California, overall labor ...

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The Politics of Leaving California

By Eric McGhee, Hans Johnson

Oct 17, 2022 ... Even so, broader political differences about the role of government in society could still be a factor in some migration decisions.