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35 Percent of San Francisco Residents Now Say They’re Likely to Leave

35 Percent of San Francisco Residents Now Say They’re Likely to Leave

According to the City of San Francisco’s latest City Survey, the percentage of San Francisco residents who say they are either “somewhat” or “very” likely to move out of the city in the next three years is up to 35 percent. That’s up from 27 percent two years ago,... Read More »

Nearly a Third of S.F. Residents Are Likely to Move out of the City

Nearly a Third of S.F. Residents Are Likely to Move out of the City

According to the latest survey conducted by the City of San Francisco, nearly a third (31%) of San Francisco residents say that they’re likely to move out of the city within the next three years, a stat which is likely to make some headlines. But unlike numerous other recent... Read More »

City Survey Says: San Franciscans Are Feeling Less Safe

City Survey Says: San Franciscans Are Feeling Less Safe

According to the City’s biennial survey of over 2,000 residents, which was just released, while the perceived performance of San Francisco’s local government has maintained a  “B-” rating overall, the percentage of respondents providing a mark of “A” or “B” has slipped from 59% in 2015 to 57% in... Read More »