In all fairness, Gallup only interviewed around 600 US citizens across the 50 states -- so, obviously, not a huge sample size. Also, if you followed the last presidential election then you know they're also not terribly skilled at their craft. They did, however, determine a number of the factors that compelled people to want to ditch Peoria, including business, family/social life, weather, and "improved lifestyle aspirations".
So, where exactly do people want to live?
In Montana, Hawaii, and Maine apparently, where satisfied residents are the least likely to pack up the Subie and hit the road; all three states were tied at 23 percent. Folks in Oregon, New Hampshire, and Texas were also, for the most part, happy to stay put. And, let's be honest, the rest of America is happy for them to do so as well.