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President widely expected to call for more a government investment to create jobs in his State of the Union Address tonight.
A brand new -- figures show -- -- states are actually benefiting from these government investments in the form of lots of government workers can you be surprised which states topped the list McDonald's.
Mac's bottom line -- we were cutting government jobs yeah that's right and then surprisingly.
News that of these poll results the latest poll results coming out of Gallup Gallup.
Query 200000 plus people they found one out of seven Americans there estimates show work for the a government meaning state local or federal.
And look where most of the government workers are in this country they've basically sit through the darker shades of green are where most of the government workers are the top of the list of course is DC.
But look at this followed close behind -- Alaska and Hawaii Hawaii you -- to top the list but now it's number three also in the top ten you're gonna see.
Maryland also Louisiana and Mississippi now -- Alaska has a big oil and gas industry so a lot of our workers there.
The Citadel -- huge Education Department a lot of governments there workers they're so the lighter shades -- -- see typically in the midwest they basically manufacture things and -- things like services.
To sell so.
The midwest -- -- least government workers and you know us is really interesting about this says.
When you look at the trend of the big question tonight is a quote put to it Tracy is how many people work for the governor what's going on here.
The trend is going -- you gonna -- 21 point nine million.
But that's compared to twenty -- twenty and a half million.
In 2000 the year 2000 so even though there's a spike up and see that spike up here in the chart it has been moving down so that's a news that -- -- above what you're saying.
2000 yeah that's right -- with the other big.
Fear is -- the part of the government workers out there in the country.
Automation the unions are going to be fighting many automation -- their jobs so that's a big trend that we're watching coming -- to developing story and those public sector unions are going to be heavily fighting any attempts automate their jobs one in so that's.
-- that's right one in seven Americans work for but a government -- -- loans -- -- state or local before the Fed you know.
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