Gallup recently asked people across the country how badly they wanted to move out of their current state, and apparently, a lot of people believe the grass is greener across their border. A whopping 33% of all Americans said they would leave their state if they could. Illinois residents were the most discontent with their state—exactly half wanted to move away. The people of Montana, Hawaii and Maine were the least likely to leave the states, with only 23% showing a desire to move. So, how does your state match up? The darker the green in the color-coded map below, the more people want to get out. Unsurprisingly, according to this map showcasing each state’s favorite band, there is a strong correlation between living in a state that likes Linkin Park and wanting to relocate your entire life …

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