Red State domination doesn't equal economic prosperity and given the GOP Super Majority in the state house, this one is hard to blame solely on the Guv.
Translation . . . This economic info is a big part of the reason the Sunflower State has trouble keeping younger residents and vice versa.
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A report last week from the Bureau of Economic Analysis shows Kansas ranks near the bottom of states in real (inflation-adjusted) personal income growth for the third quarter of 2020 compared to a year ago. Kansas was 48th in total personal income change, with growth of 2.61%; only North Dakota and Wyoming did worse.