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Which New England State Has the Most Debt?

Thursday, August 30, 2012

 

As a region, New England trails the country - the cost debt ratio is high in New England. Despite the legacy of puritan, conservative values New England's debt as a percentage of GDP is consistently high for the six states in the region. One state scored in the top ten in the nation and another New England state scores the last place position in the US.

According to a report issued by Barron's magazine, "Which State look the best? In addition to South Dakota, Iowa, Tennessee and North Carolina are at the top of the list.

 

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