Over the past two decades, a net 3.4 million people have moved out of California for other states. But contrary to conservative lore, there has been no millionaires’ march to Texas or other states with no income tax. In fact, since 2005 California has experienced a net in-migration of households earning more than $200,000, according to the U.S. Census’s American Community Survey.
Yes, and it is most noticeable in upper class playgrounds like San Francisco.
California is rapidly becoming a Blue State wet dream, in which a small and extremely wealthy upper class is tended by to by a huge, base-wage servant class. Think of it as Aspen, but 500 by 300 miles in area.