The Albuquerque Journal wanted to know why so many folks from Albuquerque have transplanted themselves to Denver lately.
New Mexicans are moving here despite what the story describes as "long traffic jams on major roads that put Albuquerque’s commuter woes to shame and a median home cost that’s double Albuquerque’s."
The economy has a lot to do with it:
"Unemployment in New Mexico has ranked as one of the highest in the nation, registering 6.4 percent in June. Colorado, meanwhile, has been shattering its own state records, with a 2.3 percent rate in June. Colorado and North Dakota have the lowest in the nation."
But there's more, as one of the interviewed transplants, Andrew Webb, notes:
“There is a sense of vibrance and positivity,” Webb said. “It’s very exciting here right now.”
Read the entire report here