A study by U.S. News and World Report lists California as the state with the worst “quality of life” in the nation. This is interesting in light of the claim by immigration advocates that immigration always brings economic and cultural enrichment. If that were true, California–with the highest number and percentage of immigrants–one would think the state would be near the top. Actually, by general consensus, it did have an excellent quality of life–before mass immigration.
Two of the categories in the study were the environment, which is stressed by immigration-fueled population growth, and social engagement which suffers from excessive diversity stemming from immigration.
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