Come on down to Florida!
With the state that boasts perpetual 100% humidity in 90˚F weather, seven Division-1 NCAA football teams, three NFL teams, The World Center of Racing, the southernmost point in the continental U.S., the largest Harley-Davidson shop in the world, the oldest city in the U.S., the Everglades, the third largest coral reef system, Kennedy Space Center, and being able to water ski in your ditch during a hurricane, you can't go wrong with choosing Florida.
Not to mention getting Florida-Resident-Discounts at Universal Studios, all the Walt Disney World parks, and the Anheuser Busch parks (Sea World and Busch Gardens).
The population is quite diverse depending on where in Florida you are. Panhandle folks near Tallahassee and Pensacola starts looking like Redneckville. Miami-Dade counties become very Latin-American. Sarasota and Naples tends to have retired wealthy ones looking to avoid state income taxes. And finally, Orlando and Daytona areas are filled with either surfers or businessmen who run tourist trap shops with T-shirt pressing machines.
The only downside to Florida is being dead last in state funding of K-12 public school systems, being home to the shark bite capital of the country, the worst drivers I have ever encountered on the road, and Casey Anthony.