Which state would you most like to see booted from the union? See what others said

Which state would you most like to see booted from the union? See what others said

They don’t love New York.

A new Fox News poll indicates that 25% of voters who were asked which state they’d kick out of the union, said they would choose New York. As bad as that may seem, it pales in comparison to the great liberal stronghold that is California. Over half – 53% – would like to see the Golden State handed its walking papers.

Fox presented the question in the wake of the Scotland vote to secede. Only 9% of voters wanted to see their state secede from the union, but 17% wouldn’t mind kicking somebody else out.

Via Fox News:

The poll also gave people another option: What if you could boot other states out of the union?

Nearly twice as many — 17 percent — liked that idea.

Which state would be the first voted out? California. Of the voters willing to ditch a state or two, 53 percent pick the Golden State.

Next out the door is New York (25 percent), followed by Texas (20 percent) and Florida (11 percent). Respondents were allowed to name multiple states they wanted out of the union.

Using this Wikimedia breakdown of red and blue states, 8 out of the top 9 states targeted for expulsion from the union are considered blue, or Democrat.  (Note: Florida is considered purple here, but has a slight leaning score of +.320 Dem, and of course the state did vote for Obama in 2012)

Which has to come as a shock … to nobody.

Cross-posted at the Mental Recession

Rusty Weiss

Rusty Weiss

Rusty Weiss is editor of the Mental Recession, one of the top conservative blogs of 2012. His writings have appeared at the Daily Caller, American Thinker, FoxNews.com, Big Government, the Times Union, and the Troy Record.


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