Which U.S. States Do We Hate the Most? Which Ones Do We Love? A New Survey Has the Answers
We’ve got the results from a new survey by Public Policy Polling that finally answers a question we’ve all asked . . . which U.S. state do people HATE THE MOST? And the answer is . . . California.
Only five states got more negative votes than positive votes. And they are . . .
#1.) California, 27% favorable, 44% unfavorable
#2.) Illinois, 19% favorable, 29% unfavorable
#3.) New Jersey, 25% favorable, 32% unfavorable
#4.) Mississippi, 22% favorable, 28% unfavorable
#5.) Utah, 24% favorable, 27% unfavorable
On the other end of things, America’s only tropical island paradise is the most liked state. The five most-liked states are . . .
#1.) Hawaii, 54% favorable, 10% unfavorable
#2.) Colorado, 44% favorable, 9% unfavorable
#3.) Tennessee, 48% favorable, 14% unfavorable
#4.) South Dakota, 42% favorable, 8% unfavorable
#5.) Virginia, 45% favorable, 13% unfavorable
Broken down by political affiliation, Democrats like Hawaii, Massachusetts, Oregon, Washington, and Vermont the most . . . and Texas, Alabama, and Mississippi the least.
Republicans like Alaska and Texas the most . . . and California, Illinois, and Massachusetts the least.
You can see every state’s results here.