State of success   28/11/2012

The result would be interesting if this survey was applied to Australian states.

Every year, 24/7 Wall St. conducts an extensive survey of all fifty states in America. Based on a review of data on financial health, standard of living and government services by state we determine how well each state is managed. For the first time, North Dakota is the best run. California is the worst run for the second year in a row.

Tasmania would probably take the ”worst state” mantle here. But which would be best? WA, Queensland?

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2 Comments for 'State of success'

  1.  
    Frank Gehrhardt
    30/11/2012 | 4:36 pm
     

    WA or Queensland are only riding the gravy train because a far left wing socialist regime has interests in the minerals in their ground. When that interests dries up the useless masses of both those states will be on the welfare scrap heap as they have no real manufacturing talent as manufacturing in this nation has been destroyed by both Howards liberals & the ALP.

    Its weird how certain conservatives hate the far left yet the only reason the Howard era was prosperous was due to fat cats like Gine Rinehart and millions of other Australians having a high standard of living solely because of a socialist regime in Asia(China) and its needs for our minerals.

    When that disappears so will the standard of living for millions of Australians and neither Liberal or a ALP government will prevent that.. We truly will become the white trash of Asia.

  2.  
    David Crawford
    2/12/2012 | 6:02 am
     

    Mr. Gehrhardt,

    So a country needs mineral wealth and mining to remain prosperous is what your saying? Yeah, just like all of those mines one sees operating in Singapore, right?

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