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Apparently the Minnesotans want THIS more than the other guys

WHAT DO WE REALLY WANT

Here in Minnesota, we want a lot of things. We want to be able to play outside. We want different seasons. We want snow. We want to go fishing and camping. We enjoy our craft beers and our fall festivals. We like to go to concerts all summer for a whole weekend at a time. But there is something that makes us a little different from our friends and neighbors in the Twin Cities. The desire to be rich.

MONEY, MONEY, MONEY

PlayUSA recently conducted research online to see which Americans are most keen on becoming a millionaire. The research doesn’t mean that people know HOW to become a millionaire, but it has researched which places googling “how to become a millionaire” more than others … and we ended up in the top 10. a whole came in around 29th out of the list, Minneapolis as a city was number 5 on the list of people who want to become millionaires.

Cities that have people determined to become millionaires were:

  1. Miami, Florida
  2. Atlanta, Georgia
  3. Tampa, Florida
  4. Las Vegas, Nevada
  5. Minneapolis, Minnesota
  6. Baltimore, Maryland
  7. Raleigh, North Carolina
  8. Memphis, Tennessee
  9. Denver, Colorado
  10. Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Apparently, if you live in Tulsa, Oklahoma, you really don’t care about being rich; or maybe rich means something totally different from Okies.

WHAT WE REALLY ARE GOOGLE

Overall, during the pandemic, “how to become a millionaire” was Googled 22% more than in the past. Apparently, all this time at home made us all think about how to make money, as many were afraid of losing their jobs and not knowing what our future was going to look like.

Do you want to be a millionaire? I think I should say I would be okay with that.

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