Illinois in jaw-dropping numbers because its citizens have the unique distinction of residing in one of the worst governed and most over-taxed states in the country.
Illinois is many things, but no one in their right mind would move there and those unlucky enough to have been born there are moving out as fast as they can find jobs or move their businesses somewhere else. Some move as far away as Florida or Texas, but many others are content to simply haul their assets a few miles to Iowa, Wisconsin or Indiana.
Fleeing Illinois - Washington Times
3-13-18, They are fleeing Illinois in jaw-dropping numbers because its citizens have the unique distinction of residing in one of the worst governed and most over-taxed states in the country. They drive on roads that are falling apart and are forced to bear the costs of an incomprehensible level of state and municipal ...
They don’t flee because of the weather; Florida may have easier winters, but the neighboring Midwestern states to which so many decamp are as uncomfortable in February as Illinois. It’s not for superior cultural or even educational opportunities available to residents of Fort Wayne or Des Moines either; with wonderful museums, a great symphony and world renowned art galleries, Chicago is and always has been an internationally recognized cultural center and Illinois’ universities and colleges are as good as any.
New Jersey Blight:
There are no longer people to exploit; any dwellers (at least legal ones) have moved out of this single block of rowhouses in Camden, NJ. All that is left are the homes themselves, and from these pictures you can see that I first approached the homes, then looked down the Arlington Street (barricaded by a row of tires). More here
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