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Moved from Talk: Inland Empire page[edit]

I don't know whether to include an edit discussing regional issues, but I wanted to mentioned them anyway. A negative reputation the Inland Empire has in L.A./OC and San Diego areas is the Inland Empire is a "dumping ground" for minorities, criminals and poor people (which is racist and classist, as well snobbish and bigoted). Cities about 100 miles from Civic Center L.A. is where paroled felons from the state prison system are relocated, esp. Barstow, Yucca Valley and Cabazon (reincorporated?), and also California City in Kern County. The farthest places Twentynine Palms, Needles, Blythe and Ridgecrest in Kern County rank low in city living standards in CA. Recent state crime statistics shown San Bernardino is CA's most dangerous city, then Victorville ranks 9th on the list and crime rates for Moreno Valley and Palm Springs are among the state's highest. http://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2016/05/18/study-san-bernardino-is-californias-most-dangerous-city/

In the last decade, Desert Hot Springs (also known for large numbers of released state felons/convicts live there) is ranked the WORST place to live in California on 5 issues: 1. Crime incidence rates (higher ratio per city population than even Compton, Los Angeles and also New York City), 2. Poverty/Low-income percentages (including food stamps, welfare, disability, section 8 housing and medicare recipients), 3. High unemployment and underemployment issues, 4. Less high school grads with lower college degree holders in city population, and 5. Drug trafficking and production (Google search the number of news articles about DHS' thriving medical marijuana industry). Desert Hot Springs in the top 5/6 worst cities in CA competing with San Bernardino, Oakland, Stockton, Yuba City and El Centro next to the Mexican border. Adinneli (talk) 16:44, 17 May 2016 (UTC)

There are places where residents have more money, others less money. in Ventura county, the rich tend to live in the LA county line-Simi Valley and Thousand oaks. the poor are in farm towns Santa Paula and Fillmore and most of them are Hispanic, the richer areas are more white. Oxnard is more like the farm towns than Ventura a beach city, more people with money there. 173.198.10.142 (talk) 17:13, 24 June 2016 (UTC)

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