Americans are doing American things, moving from one place to another trying to find a better way of life. In some cases, people are seeking a more affordable lifestyle, others are leaving for a new job and then there are the folks looking for a warmer home.

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Since the COVID-19 pandemic, Connecticut has had a ton of people move in from the NYC metro area but we have our fair share of residents move out.

Top 10 States Connecticut People Are Moving To

According to 24/7 Wall Street "An estimated 88,733 Americans left Connecticut in 2022 for a different part of the country." Where are they headed? These are the Top 10 Places Connecticut People are Moving To according to 24/7

Gallery Credit: Lou Milano

We discuss this regularly on the Ethan, Lou & Large Dave Show: no matter what others may claim, Connecticut holds a unique charm. I believe it's not primarily the climate pushing folks away, but often the expenses. Unless you're incredibly wealthy, life here is comfortable but not lavish. Bless those who are, but for the rest of us, it's survival mode day in, day out. So inevitably, everyone begins to ask: where to next?

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If cost of living is your main concern, Here are the Top 10 Cheapest States in America according to Forbes:

1. Mississippi

2. Kansas

3. Alabama

4. Oklahoma

5. Georgia

6. Tennessee

7. Missouri

8. Iowa

9. West Virginia

10. Indiana

That list does not look all that attractive to me but I can't have it both ways.

19 of Connecticut's Most Wanted Fugitives

First, you should know that not every fugitive is some sort of serial killer or bank robber; some are just people who have been charged with crimes and are actively evading law enforcement.

These are 19 of Connecticut's Wanted Fugitives according to BailCo Bail Bonds, who state the following on their website:

"The persons listed on this page are currently wanted by BailCo Bail Bonds Manchester LLC and the State of Connecticut for failing to appear at a scheduled court date. We would be grateful to receive any information you may have about their status or whereabouts, but please first consider the following:No one listed on this page is necessarily guilty of a crime."

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6 States Most Worried Over AI, Connecticut is in a Panic

Connecticut residents appear to be showing more concern about artificial intelligence advancements each day. Here are the Top 6 States Showing the Most Concern Over A.I. according to new research from Optimo and what terms they are searching. 

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5 Best Grocery Stores in America, How Does Connecticut Rate?

Last year, Food & Wine Magazine released its definitive list of the best grocery stores in America, considering factors like price, product quality, and customer reviews. Today, we'll delve into the top 5 and see where Connecticut stands in the mix.

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In the Shadows of Wealth: Connecticut's 10 Most Impoverished Neighborhoods

The pockets of wealth in Connecticut are off the charts and that is the perception of our state in the rest of the country. Many Americans from other regions make assumptions about life in the Nutmeg State that we know are far from the truth. There are pristine communities where the rich and the powerful play with their toys and then there is everyone else. That division, that difference is extreme but for some it must seem even more desperate. These are the communities they don't tell people about, Connecticut's 10 Most Impoverished Neighborhoods.

Gallery Credit: Lou Milano

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