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15 States Americans Don't Want To Live In Anymore

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11. The Nitty-Gritty About Connecticut
Connecticut is one of those northeastern states that those of us growing up in the West could never quite find on the map — because it's tiny. It's the third smallest of all the states, at a mere 5,543 square miles.

Despite its size, Connecticut is home to more than 3.5 million people. And its population density is the fourth highest of the 50 states, at 736.6 people per square mile.

However, it's also the sixth most expensive state to live in. Connecticut ranks seventh for out-of-state moves.