College graduates are leaving America’s most expensive metropolitan areas because of the high cost of living, according to an analysis of census data by The New York Times. Lower-income Americans have also been moving out of these areas for some time. Many of those leaving have moved to major metropolitan areas such as Atlanta, Austin, Dallas, and Houston, where it is possible for them to build lives for themselves and add amenities. But with the cost of housing continuing to rise, even professionals with high salaries are choosing to leave. The findings have put pressure on efforts to encourage more home-building in expensive regions, which could help those who choose to remain living in these areas to access middle-class life. The trend represents a significant problem across numerous US metropolitan areas, ran by Democrats. A possible solution is regional home-building which may become one of the most important movements in American politics today, according to The New York Times.
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