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Economic Impact by Assembly District 2019

Dean Runyan Associates, Inc

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(Date of Publication: May 29, 2020)

Economic significance of the travel industry in California’s 80 Assembly districts in 2019. The report includes visitor spending, earnings, employment and tax revenue per district. It also indicates local and state revenue generated by visitor spending, as well as local and state revenues per district household. The estimates are comparable to the county, regional and state travel impacts.


MAJOR TAKEAWAYS

  • Total impacts for all districts match those in the 2019 statewide travel impacts report: $144.9 billion in travel-related spending supporting 1.2 million jobs and generating $12.2 billion in state and local taxes. 
  • Among the 80 California Assembly districts, travel impacts were highest in the 17th District (Downtown San Francisco) with $13 billion in travel-related spending, $922 million in state and local taxes generated and supporting 61,600 jobs.
  • The 33rd District (Needles-Victorville) had the highest percentage of travel-generated employment at 18.4%.
Key Figures
$144.9B
CA Travel-Related Spending
1.2M
CA Travel-Generated Jobs
$12.2B
CA Travel-Generated Taxes


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