Worst & best states to live in, according to residents

In June-December 2013, Gallup conducted a poll of residents of America’s 50 states, asking them to rank if their state is the “worst possible to live in.
A whopping 25% or 1 out of 4 residents of Illinois rated the state as worst. Illinois, of course, is where the POS began his political career of destroying America.
Top 3 worst states are:

  1. Illinois (14.5% Black)
  2. Connecticut (10.1% Black)
  3. Rhode Island (5.7% Black)

Note that the top 3 worst states are all blue (Democrat) states in the 2012 presidential election who voted for the POS.
Top 3 best states are:

  1. Montana (0.4% Black)
  2. Alaska (3.3% Black)
  3. Utah (0.9% Black)

Note that the top 3 best states are all red (Republican) states in the 2012 presidential election who voted for Mitt Romney.
Acting on a hunch, I added the red state vs. blue state classification, as well as the percentage of Blacks.
Here are the full lists of worst and best states:
Worst StatesBest statesH/t Zero Hedge
~Eowyn

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0 responses to “Worst & best states to live in, according to residents

  1. The really sad part is they will still be blue in the next election. Don’t want to give up those free perks.

     
  2. yeah, TEXAS!!! 🙂

     
  3. I am not a racist, but…
    let the numbers speak for themselves.

     
  4. That was a great post. Shocking that Oregon came in 11th as being a good place to live.

     
  5. California’s grade is way too high. California is a Gigantic Left Wing Freak Show!

     
  6. I live in NorCal. Our currently drought-stricken state would come out better in the ratings if our goobermint wasn’t so bloody corrupt.
    It’s been that way for a long time, and it’s not just a Democrat vs Republican issue. However no developed, Western goobermint entity — with the possible exception of Greece — can top Chicago in the corruption department.
    My WAG (wild-assed guess) about Kalifornia is that we have a lot of immigrants who, coming from corrupt countries, have a higher tolerance for corruption than multi-generational, armed-to-the-teeth, in-your-face Americans.

     
  7. I live in Illinois and I totally agree with this assessment.

     

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