Florida and California beat Hawaii as the top states where Americans want to live, according to a Harris Poll released today.
Online pollsters asked 2,232 adults where, excluding their current state, they would most like to live, and Florida came out on top for the first time since 2001.
Texas dropped out of the top five from 2013, the last time the survey was conducted, putting Colorado in fourth place and New York at No. 5.
While California ranked No. 2 among most desirable states in which to live, it also was the No. 1 state where some survey respondents would least like to live, followed by New York, Alaska, Mississippi and Texas, at No. 5.
Hawaii was the No. 1 state in which most respondents wanted to live in 2011, and came in second in 2006, 2010, and 2013.
Among U.S. cities people would most like to live in, or near to, Honolulu ranked at No. 7, while Maui, described as a city for the purposes of this survey, is in 13th place.
The survey was conducted between Nov. 11 and 16, and results are posted online.