For example, my area is also thought of as a Democratic bubble. The government in the area believes in investing in things like roads and sidewalks and schools through taxes. We have a variety of things you can do either car-free or with public transportation. The local government cares about things like the environment and clean water.
A county over, a town of a decent size has a downtown full of crumbling sidewalks, almost no public transportation, unwalkable and almost undriveable roads (especially in bad weather), and schools that don't rank well. It's not diverse. But they have a low tax rate.
It makes more sense to live where people who believe in the same things I do are.
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