Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Rich States Poor States - Ohio at the bottom

I've added a link to the American Legislative Exchange Council's report of the 2007 Economic Competitiveness Rating. My first post on the report did not include a link, as it wasn't yet posted on their website. It is now and is available here. This is a 114-page, 3.61 MB .pdf, so it may take a bit to download.

Ohio ranked 47th out of 50 states in terms of our overall ranking (1 was the best) and 49th in the Economic Performance Ranking, which was based on the state’s performance (equal-weighted average) in the three important performance variables highly influenced by state policy: personal income per capita (47th), absolute domestic migration (45th), and non-farm payroll employment (48th).

2 comments:

kateb said...

Maggie - it is kind of mean to post some facts so close to the Mayor bringing that wonderful award home.

But you just keep doing that - confusing everyone with the facts. Shame on you :-)

(to quote you - sarcasm off)

Hooda Thunkit said...

Dittos Maggie!

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