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And you right-wingers ain't gonna like them.
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“I tried several different models,” he reports, “incorporating different sets of explanatory variables (tax, climate, occupational composition of the labor force, unemployment, [and] population density . . .).
“Without exception, in all the estimations, a statistically significant positive relationship . . . was observed between the presence” of a Right to Work law “and net migration. . . .
“Consider a state with a population of five million in 2000. Other things equal, the model with the best predictive power that we used suggests that about 150,000 more people would move into the state between 2000 and 2008” because of its Right to Work status.”
Overall, Dr. Vedder’s findings “reinforce the view that people vote with their feet to move to freer labor market environments.”