Bidenomics is hurting every American, but the pain is far from equal.
According to the 14th annual Financial State of the States Report published by the Chicago-based nonprofit Truth and Accounting, the fiscal health of all 50 states is not doing great.
New Jersey beat out the other states for worst fiscal health and greatest taxpayer burden. Not far behind was Connecticut. After Connecticut were Illinois, Massachusetts, Hawaii, and Kentucky — which have Democrat governors.
Delaware, Louisiana, California, and Vermont followed Kentucky.
Each state listed is run by Democrats.
Pat Gray isn’t convinced, yet. “I’m sure you’ll find, I mean, really healthy Democrat states as well.”
The report found that 22 states reported surpluses: Alaska, North Dakota, Wyoming, Utah, Tennessee, Nebraska, Idaho, and Oregon.
Only one of the top ten states is run by a Democrat.
“I’m concerned that Texas isn’t in the top ten,” Keith Malinak says, disappointed.
In fiscal 2022, 28 states didn’t have enough revenue to pay all their bills. Texas was one of them, among several other Republican-run states.
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