[Population] growth tends to be stronger where taxes are lower. Seven of the nine states that do not levy an income tax grew faster than the national average [over the past 10 years]. The other two, South Dakota and New Hampshire, had the fastest growth in their regions, the Midwest and New England. Altogether, 35 percent of the nation\’s total population growth occurred in these nine non-taxing states, which accounted for just 19 percent of total population at the beginning of the decade.
Seems that they do actually.
Wonder how long it will be before someone accuses those who move within the EU of being tax dodgers?
(It\’s already happened to me but it was rather a fail: taxes can be higher here than in the UK).