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View Poll Results: Top 10 most populated states.. which one would you least prefer to live in.
California 17 10.76%
Texas 21 13.29%
New York 8 5.06%
Florida 26 16.46%
Illinois 8 5.06%
Pennsylvania 5 3.16%
Ohio 12 7.59%
Michigan 38 24.05%
Georgia 13 8.23%
North Carolina (Replaced "New Jersey" after 7 votes were cast for this choice) 10 6.33%
Voters: 158. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 02-02-2009, 06:17 PM
Location: Denver via Austin
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Originally Posted by Rachael84 View Post
I voted for Texas and Georgia.
Again Rachael, how can you know about Texas when you have not been there before? Check out your second post on this page.
List the places in the US that you would not want to go to.
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Old 01-09-2011, 05:47 PM
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I'd say michigan, mostly because I'm from ohio (and everyone knows ohio and michigan are worst enemies, espescialy in sports) michigan has bad cold cloudy weather, (admitingly not much unlike ohio during winter and fall) but ohio is known for the beautiful state, michigan has one well known city in my opinion (Detroit), while Ohio has two Cinncinati and clevland. Ohio claims residence to, thomas edison, the wright brothers, annie oaklie, and johny appleseed, all famous all some of americas (and some of the worlds) great heroes if you don't believe me look it up.
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Old 01-09-2011, 07:05 PM
Location: Near L.A.
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Out of that list, I least prefer Florida. Just...ugh.

I also don't care for Pennsylvania and, generally, Ohio, Michigan and Illinois. I live near Cincinnati now and while it is a good city, the cons for me greatly outweigh the pros. However, I think I could give the UP of Michigan a try just for kicks, or Chicago. They would be interesting changes of pace, but then again I'm not a huge fan (okay, no fan) of long-lasting cold weather.

Georgia's decent, although if I were to move there it would have to be for a job I think I would really like. Oh, and closer to Atlanta, Athens or Savannah.

I think I would like New York for some reason. Buffalo and Rochester don't interest me, but for some reason I tend to be interested in the Adirondacks, Syracuse and Albany areas. If I were to move to NYC metro, I would prefer NYC itself as I have read enough bad things on C-D alone pertaining to Westchester and Long Island.

Same line of thinking with New Jersey as with NY, even though its not on the poll; I would prefer to stay out of the closest-to-urban-area-areas of Monmouth, Bergen and Camden Counties, though, and stick with an area a little more laid back. Northern NJ (been there) west of I-278 as well as the southern coastal areas of NJ (by pictures I've seen) seem to be quite beautiful.

My top three favorites are, starting with first: California, Texas and North Carolina.
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