Texas Defies CNBC’s Ranking as Worst State to ‘Live and Work’ in — Census Data Tells a Different Story


CNBC’s Questionable Ranking

In a controversial move, CNBC has labeled Texas as the worst state to “live and work” in its latest annual list.

CNBC cites laws protecting unborn life and “targeting” LGBT people as reasons behind the ranking, raising eyebrows.

A Closer Look at the Data

Despite CNBC’s claims, U.S. Census Bureau data proves that Texas saw a significant net population growth of 230,000 people in 2022.

Acknowledging “enormous economic opportunities” in Texas, CNBC’s ranking seems questionable and out of touch with reality.

Growth Amidst Controversy

Despite the debate, Texas remains a magnet for people, drawing them in with its thriving economy and boundless potential.

The list’s focus on “inclusiveness” and “reproductive rights” raises questions about the validity of the ranking’s methodology.

Residents Speak for Themselves

The influx of new residents proves that Texans prioritize economic prosperity over the narrative presented by CNBC.


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