I live in Texas. Just about every day in Texas is a day in a world where people think like me. I like my world, a lot better than one in which everyone thinks like you.
Now I expect to be castigated for wanting to exist in a cocoon of Group Think, but I have plenty of opportunities to hear and read what people who think quite differently than me, actually think: I have the Sunday Times delivered, and subscribe to GQ, Esquire, The Atlantic Monthly and Vanity Fair. I go to the movies regularly, and every now and then watch MSNBC. My beloved brother is a flaming socialist, and most of my wife's family are "we need to be cool" liberals. I don't need to live near liberals to hear what they have to say.
I own my own business and work from home and so can live anywhere. I lived in Charlotte NC for 20 years. We loved living there and have talked frequently about moving back --- It's certainly a hell of a lot prettier than Dallas---but it's also a hell of a lot more liberal, and NC is at best a light blue state thanks to all of the damned Yankees that have moved there over the last 30 years.
If we do move back East it will be to SC.
I don't need to be exposed to left wing thinking. I once subscribed to it, I understand it, and I'm not going back.
People who think like me are good neighbors. They'll help me when I truly need help, deeply appreciate my help when given, and never insist that I help them whether or not I think they need help.
This idiotic notion that conservatives are selfish bastards who think only of themselves is just that. It has been evidenced, over and over, that conservatives are more charitable than liberals. They give more of their money to the disadvantaged than liberals, who prefer to give more of conservatives money away than their own.