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Half of people living in Illinois and Connecticut want to get the hell out


Half of people living in Illinois and Connecticut want to get the hell out Vox

Half of people living in Illinois and Connecticut want to get the hell out Vox

Half of people living in Illinois and Connecticut want to get the hell out Vox

Because Polar Vortex?

Source: http://www.vox.com/2014/4/30/5668588/ill...

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Yes, because Polar Vortex and cost of living.

California has cost of living issues but at least we have nice climate (except for the drought).

I note that few people want to leave Oregon and Texas. Those states inspire loyalty.

Speaking of polar, Oregon and Texas seem rather opposite.  :)

Oregon has no sales tax and Texas has no income tax.

Does this show loyalty or true happiness, or given the "grass is always greener" phenomenon, just the % or residents who have never traveled outside of their own state?  

Some of each. 

Sad truth is that both Illinois and Connecticut have extreme weather and high cost of living.

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