Texas population is now where California’s was 30 years ago. But you go on hoping that as the population grows in Texas and the other places you mention you won’t get higher prices for land or increased regulation about where and what can be built.
Over population is going to lead to problems everywhere. California is just among the first states in America to begin feeling the effects.
lol - I’m not misleading anyone. Only those reading ■■■■ into my post that isn’t there would feel misled. Guess that’s you lib.
and double lol - Your list includes Guam, Puerto Rico, the Islands…
Sort it by state and it’s 11 on the list, where is Texas lib?
But don’t fret about it too much, because I assure you as the population continues to rise California will begin to use every square inch of that land just like all of the other states and guess what lib? Prices will continue to rise and regulations will continue to increase and get more and more stringent.
An interesting thing is the economic demographic of those moving from California to Texas. It’s not the more successful people. Those people are staying in California because they can afford the higher housing costs due to the high demand. You can knock California, but it has a stronger economy than Texas. Land prices are cheaper in Texas because there’s more land and there’s less demand.
If it were a toxic business environment, why is the economy there stronger?
It’s true California has been exporting its low-low middle class folks for some time now. The cost of living in California is sky high. Where I live you wont find a home under 800k and even that wont get you much.
I also believe we have been running on a budget surplus of like 9 billion.