POLL: Voters Reveal Which States They Want Kicked Out of The Union


Jan. 6, 2006: The U.S. Capitol Building is seen from a U.S. military helicopter in Washington. (Reuters)
Jan. 6, 2006: The U.S. Capitol Building is seen from a U.S. military helicopter in Washington. (Reuters)
Jan. 6, 2006: The U.S. Capitol Building is seen from a U.S. military helicopter in Washington. (Reuters)

There’s lots of talk about it. Last month, Scotland voted against it. In 2013, some residents in California, Colorado and Maryland signed petitions to do it. And Texas has toyed with the idea off and on for years. What is “it”?

Secession!

But it’s a lot more talk than anything else, according to a Fox News national poll that asked voters if they would support their state splitting off from the United States. Just nine percent said they would.

 

 

The poll also gave people another option: What if you could boot other states out of the union?

Nearly twice as many — 17 percent — liked that idea.





Which state would be the first voted out? California. Of the voters willing to ditch a state or two, 53 percent pick the Golden State.

Next out the door is New York (25 percent), followed by Texas (20 percent) and Florida (11 percent). Respondents were allowed to name multiple states they wanted out of the union.

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