Which US states are friendly or unfriendly?

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Re: Which US states are friendly or unfriendly?

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Worldtraveler has a different take on why people are moving to Texas and Florida.


"That's not the main reason people are moving there. People have been leaving cold states for warmer states for decades. FL and TX have no state income tax so have been getting migrants for years. I was planning on FL years ago when I left NJ, unfortunately I got side tracked."
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Re: Which US states are friendly or unfriendly?

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Natural_Born_Cynic wrote:
December 14th, 2020, 11:11 am
I been driving interstate for various customer pick ups.
I think its more of a city vs rural dichotomy in the east coast.

New Jersey:
Northern New Jersey and its urban areas: unfriendly, cold, cliquish, depressing hellhole.
Southern New Jersey and rural areas: more laidback, humble, and sincere than the north.

New York:
New York City Area- Same as Northern New Jersey
Upstate New York rural areas- More laidback and more friendly than New York City

Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Harrisburg: decrepit, icy, crime ridden, ghetto hellhole
Rural Pennsylvania: More friendly and laidback.

Washington DC: Sterile, expensive, anti-social, depressing, soul sucking, hellhole.
Rural Virginia: Same as other rural areas

You get the idea.

I agree, I think it's more of a rural vs. city thing as well.
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