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November 2007
Marketing Management;Nov2007, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p6
The article discusses an Internet survey by research firm Harris Interactive that reveals which U.S. states adults would most like to live in. California, Florida, and Hawaii were the most preferred states in the survey. The state preferences varied among age groups, with Texas, New York, and North Carolina among the most preferred states. Men and women displayed different state preferences as well. The poll also revealed the U.S. cities adults would prefer to live in, with New York City, San Diego, California, and Seattle, Washington at the top of the list.


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