As a relative newcomer to Idaho, I’m impressed by how much of the place I still haven’t seen.

In all of the data from large moving companies, Idaho is pegged anywhere from first-to-fifth among the most popular places for migration.

In a recent documentary about the state, a narrator and lifelong resident explained there are many places where perhaps no man has ever stepped.  It’s the variety and the low taxes creating a magnet for a near stampede coming to Idaho.

Some of my co-workers are citing studies done by various moving companies about where Americans are leaving and where they’re going.  A writer at Daily Signal has teed-up the latest numbers and crunched them with cost-of-living expenses and tax burdens.  In all of the data from large moving companies, Idaho is pegged anywhere from first-to-fifth among the most popular places for migration.  It’s a good thing I suppose but long time locals do express some concern many of the newcomers could start demanding the regulations and high-tax programs they’ve left behind.  Proof some folks don’t have any idea why their taxes were so incredibly high in New Jersey in the first place.