Poll: Over 7 Percent Of San Francisco And Seattle Residents Want To Move

Homelessness and crime run rampant in Democrat-run cities

  • More than 7 percent of residents in San Francisco and Seattle want to move to a different city, the American Housing Survey found.
  • Of those surveyed in San Francisco, 7.6 percent said they want to move away, while 7.2 percent of Seattle residents want to move to a new city.
  • The results come as both cities are grappling with rampant crime and homelessness.
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