All the top ten least popular states to move to in 2022 were unsurprisingly Democrat-run with New Jersey as the worst, followed by California and Illinois.
The list comes from the relocation tech company moveBuddha which collected data across the country concerning the moving industry. As reported by CNBC, Democrat big cities are such failures that no one wants to live in them.
“MoveBuddha compared the inflow to the outflow of people state to state to see which places are gaining new residents and which are losing their current population,” CNBC noted.
What was the least popular state? Democrat-infested New Jersey, a state with the third highest personal income tax in the country. The state also has the highest property taxes in the country.
Here is the worst of the worst:
- New Jersey
- New York
- Rhode Island
“Residents of California and Illinois are wrestling with unaffordable housing and high property taxes, which may contribute to their positions at No. 2 and No. 3 on the list,” CNBC added.
What is the common denominator?
It’s something old and something blue.Commentary