caption More than half of Bay Area residents believe young people can find the best opportunities locally. source Justin Sullivan/Getty Images A new survey reveals that most Californians would advise young people to move away for better opportunities. One notable exception: More than half of Bay Area residents believe young people can find the best opportunities locally. It’s a surprising perspective, considering the Bay Area is plagued by expensive housing and a tangential “poop problem.” Despite the ridiculously high cost of a living – and a tangential “poop problem” plaguing its streets – the Bay Area’s residents still think it’s a good place for young people to settle down. That’s according to a new survey from the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI), first reported by SF Gate. Among all Californians, 64% would encourage young people in their communities to flee the area for better opportunities. Of the seven regions surveyed, the Bay Area is the only one where a greater share of respondents think young people should stay in the area (54%) instead of leaving (45%). PRRI’s definition of the Bay Area includes Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, and Sonoma counties. Taken as… Read full this story
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