Most of the western United States, except the Pacific states, saw population growth during the mid-2000s. What is the best explanation for the lack of growth in the Pacific states?

A.

The Pacific states are a less attractive region to live in.

B.

The Pacific states have a higher cost of living than the states further inland.

C.

Many people disagree with the politics and beliefs of people living in these states.

D.

More people were moving to New England and the Northeast.

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  1. Nayelie
    B. The pacific states have a higher cost of living ... This is correct because during the 2000's there was an inflation, so how why would people move to a more expensive place?
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