California Dreamin’ No More: “Diversity is Our Strength” Part III
My-oh-my, the former state of California is really racking up the honors lately. Let’s recap: First, the great, diversity-enhanced, multicultural county of “Los Angelenos” earns notoriety for hosting a third-world outbreak of hepatitis A caused by its homeless population defecating in the streets; second, the counties of Fresno, Kings, Tulare and Kern become infamous as particularly nasty hotspots of the great White suicide epidemic plaguing the working-class of this formerly great nation; and now, to top it all off, the former paradise of California gets ranked as the absolute worst state in the union in terms of the quality of life it offers its citizens. This means that when it comes to quality of life, the Golden State now comes in a whopping 50th place out of 50 total states in America, worse than even the shithole state of New Jersey and the frozen tundra of Alaska. Which is why we should obviously bring in more immigrants and amnesty the ones already here!
California has worst ‘quality of life’ in US, study says
Gregg Re, Christopher Carbone | Fox News
Awards season is in full swing in California, and the Golden State just took home a booby prize of its own.
California ranks dead last among U.S. states in quality of life, according to a study by U.S. News, ranking behind New Jersey (49th) and Indiana (48th).
The ignominious honor reflects California’s low marks in the sub-categories of environmental quality and social engagement. The latter category measures voting participation and community bonds.
Californians scored poorly in part because they’re simply insufferable, U.S. News suggested.
“In addition to a healthy environment, a person’s quality of life is largely a result of their interactions with those around them,” the magazine wrote in a blurb accompanying the results.
One way to measure quality life is whether residents can even afford to have a roof over their heads, and by that standard, California is failing.
A 2017 Harvard University report said that one-third of renters in the Los Angeles area are “severely rent burdened,” meaning they spend at least half their income on housing. The median rent for a one-bedroom apartment in Los Angeles County has increased 67%, according to Zillow’s Rent Index, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Homelessness has surged a stunning 75 percent in the last six years, the Los Angeles Times reports, and there are now at least 55,000 homeless people in the county. . .
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Source: Fox News