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State Dollars Rank United States 38,611 (X) Mississippi 28,845 50 West Virginia 29,537 49 Arkansas 30,060 48 South Carolina 31,013 47 Kentucky 31,111 46 Utah 31,189 45 Idaho 31,197 44 New Mexico 31,474 43 Alabama 32,404 42 Montana 32,458 41 Arizona 33,029 40
That's the whole problem: if you feed a family nothing but bread and potatoes -- you have a very small food budget. But, down the road all that healthy food you didn't invest in comes back to bite you when suddenly the family isn't strong. The states didn't invest in Education, they didn't invest in their people, they didn't invest in their infrastructure... and now? There's no one and nothing left to invest back into the state.
I think you need to reconsider what it means for a state to be Blue or Red. How did you come up with what states are Red? West Virginia has a Democrat as a governor, and 4 of our 5 congressional representatives are Democrats. Arkansas has a Dem. governor, and 5 of 6 congressional seats are filled by Dems. New Mexico has a Dem. governor, and all 5 congressional seats are filled by Dems. Montana has a Dem governor, and 2 of 3 congressional spots are filled by Dems. Arizona has a Republican governor, but it's congressional seats are split, 5 for each party - so this one could arguably be called Red, but it is really purple. By this logic, you missed on 4 of your 10 choices. Also, you didn't define what "poor" is. Those numbers only reflect personal income, which is not always a direct reflection of the finances of the government of a state, and doesn't take into account lifestyle and cost of living. For example, oklahoma has one of the lowest per capita incomes in the country, but it is also cheaper to live here than many places. oklahoma (the state itself) also has a very high credit rating due to shrewd decisions made by the government before the economy went under. EDIT: I think a better common trait among poor states is population density. These states, for the most part, have small, spread out populations (does anybody even live in Montana?).
Look at them by county then you will get a real feel for how it works. Most of the blue counties are inner city slums(this would also explain why blue states are bankrupt). This difference in percentage of the vote is true for most states(red or blue). In fact, there are usually only a few percentage points of the votes difference between a red state and a blue one. You also need to consider the cost of living in these areas. Unions haven't driven the costs too high and people can afford to live off of lower wages. Think before you make a blanket statement and show your ignorance.
Many of the ten poorest states interior the rustic are Republican. Mississippi is the poorest... accompanied via Arkansas, Tennessee, West Virginia, Louisiana, Montana, South Carolina, Kentucky, Alabama and North Carolina.
Many of the ten poorest states in the rustic are Republican. Mississippi is the poorest... accompanied via Arkansas, Tennessee, West Virginia, Louisiana, Montana, South Carolina, Kentucky, Alabama and North Carolina.
I guess they finally figured out how welfare works.... Ok Seriously, You are looking at State dolloars, to begin with you can run the same numbers per capita. This is silly cause its also pretty close to the ten least populated states. Alaska being an obvious exception with tons of oil revenue. California and New York are each billions in debt. How do you factor that in the calculation? Do they have negative state dollars?
That is based on per capita income. Did you mean they have the poorest people? Even that statement might not be true. If I make $100k in oklahoma and my mortgage is $110k how would that make me better off than living in oklahoma making $50k with a $15k mortgage? Beyond that, money is not the only way people can be rich.
Those are also the states with the lowest cost of living, so your assumption that lower income = poor is false. I'd have to go with what states are the closest to bankruptcy for that standard, which, of course, would be the bluest of the blue - California, New York, and Illinois.
Seems all kind of relative to the illegal mess the liberals have allowed and still allow to happen. Don't worry.. once the 2012 elections filter out the rest of the weirdo leftest influence, will be back on track with the Real America.
Nope. Democrats robbed those states and then didn't give them a fair share back, about a year and a half ago.