• redfish.bluefish

    I left a blue state (IL) for a red state (FL), simply for the weather. Neither political party has figured out how to stop the cold and snow yet. But living in FL hasn't changed my political views at all. I just wish people would stop seeing red and blue and aim for purple. I consider myself a liberal/Democrat, but there are many Republican principles I can support. But as long as the GOP continues a message of EXclusion (no you can't be gay, no you can't get married if you are, no you can't choose what to do with your body…..etc.) then I'll stay Dem. When the GOP can leave social issues off the table, and govern WITHOUT RELIGIOUS INFLUENCE, I'll start listening. Until then? Not a chance.

  • Mike

    Recently moved from CA to TX myself. I can confirm that it is no coincidence that the states people are leaving are mostly liberal and the states people are moving to are mostly conservative.

  • anon

    Often I hoped all the freeloading crybaby consetvatives would move to states they allready have to weaken their political impact. Good news. Go on to irrelevance.

  • Whiskey

    Ok, seriously, there are eleven states not ten! Was that some kind of test?

  • Conan Dougherty

    Nice how you made blue states red and red states blue…that way it looks better for the dems and not the gops. F politics hipster is the way the go and debt is the highest earning commodity

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  • dude

    I live in Texas. GO AWAY!

  • Jesperson

    What is the web page making it east to understand blog sites and also podcasts? I can’t have an mp3 player, really does in which make a difference?

  • Sarcasm

    Another theory is the 3000 Navy Aviation Technicians they let go because they overmanned their rates instead of retraining them to undermanned fields. We just moved from VA to Colorado.

  • Green Mountain Bot

    I think their data is inaccurate. For instance, Minnesota is in fact a growing state – it grew 7.8% between 2000 and 2010, and is estimated to have continued growing at a similar or faster rate since then. That is simply not possible if people are moving out.

    So, fun chart and all, but I trust it about as far as I can throw it.

  • Tim

    I love it in Minnesota. I'd rather some people moved out. I live 5 minutes from work, shopping, the countryside, and walking distance to lakes and bars… Clean air and water, trees and grass. You can even stand to go outside in the summer. What's not to love? Let's keep it a secret though.

  • Josh Martin

    Odd.. All these Union-flooded, Wellfare states losing population to more Conservative, "right to work" states with less government intervention.

    • Tim

      Well, Minnesota's unemployment rate just jumped up to 5.8% (national avg is 8.3%), so you must be "right". Also, one of the lowest states for people lacking healthcare insurance and we tend to live much longer than all the southern states. It's just all wrong here I guess.

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