By Jeff Collins
The high cost of housing is the county’s biggest problem, and it might prompt as many as one in three residents to move out of the county, new polling shows.
More than one in four Orange County residents (27 percent) said housing affordability is the county’s biggest problem, followed by 24 percent who said the biggest issue is poverty and homelessness, according to a poll released last week by Chapman University.
The housing issue is a big enough threat that about a third of the respondents said they would consider moving away, including 21 percent who say they might move out of [READ MORE HERE]
Source: OC Register