More than a third of San Franciscans can’t see themselves staying in the city much longer, according to none other than the city of San Francisco itself.

The survey, conducted by San Francisco’s Office of the Controller, found that 35% of respondents were either “very likely” or “somewhat likely” to move out of San Francisco in the next three years. Residents under the age of 35 were the most likely to want to leave and — no surprise here — renters were about twice as likely as homeowners to be thinking of bailing.

Meanwhile, 22% of San Franciscans said they were “not too likely” to leave and 42% were “not likely at all.”

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