Only 2 of 26 California metros didn’t make priciest places to live list

”Survey says” looks at various rankings and scorecards judging geographic locations while noting these grades are best seen as a mix of artful interpretation and data.

Buzz: Finding a cost of living “bargain” in California is becoming an even more elusive search, and only two of 26 metro areas in the state were not among the nation’s 100 priciest places to live.

Source: My trusty spreadsheet reviewed an annual cost-of-living index by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis that tracks a broad sample of expenses for 382 metropolitan areas — including 26 in California. Comparative cost surges came from averages of the three most recent years — 2018

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