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California native Greg Gutfeld reacted to his home state being ranked "dead last" in a recent survey studying the quality of life in each of America's 50 states.

"Being number one really means you're number two," he said.

Gutfeld said the survey looked at personal opportunity, infrastructure and crime.

"It's impossible to live there unless you're super rich or homeless," he said.

Gutfeld used the example of an apparent U-Haul surcharge on outbound travel with the truck rental company.

To go from San Francisco to Dallas costs $3,206, but the return trip only costs $1,128.

He said that disparity was a product of the mass exodus of people from the Bay Area.

Gutfeld added that in Los Angeles County, there are 55,000 homeless people, making the area look like a "post-apocalyptic wasteland" in some places.

San Francisco, he said, spent millions of dollars in 2017 just on cleaning human feces off its streets.

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