Most Hated States in the Country

If you think you have it rough, just think, someone else is living in California.

A viral chart floated around Twitter on Tuesday, naming the state each state hates the most.

To be clear, California hates itself. However, jealousy outweighs hate. Thus, California residents are resentful of the great state of Texas.

Why isn’t there more hate toward New York? Who likes that place? High taxes, incompetent politicians, and a lot of woke losers. Also, that’s where Keith Olbermann lives.

I’m all good with the hate toward the state of Ohio. I was there a few years ago. Didn’t like the people. Their attitudes mirror those of Floridians, but they don’t have the looks to get a pass. Think about that.

Oh, by the way: ignore the “Doesn’t Hate Anyone” group. It’s 2021. Everyone has hate in their hearts. And those who say they don’t hate anyone — trust me, they hate you. They hate me. And they probably hate their neighbors.

Which state do you hate the most? After California, I mean.

Written by Bobby Burack

Bobby Burack covers media, politics, and sports at OutKick.

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  1. In Georgia, we don’t hate Florida. We still go and pay homage to Harry Potter and Donald Duck. We just distrust their sinkholes and jean shorts.

  2. California is the worst. Born and bred here. Like most conservative Californians we tend to appreciate states like Texas and Idaho a lot. Tennessee and Florida not far behind. We have the best weather, which I get to enjoy with the homeless strewn across sidewalks, highways and blocking entrances to stores.

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